SEOUL, South Korea -- Chronology of intelligence data, cited by South KoreanDefense Minister Lee Ki-aek before the National Assembly Monday, that led Seoul offcials to conclude that North President Kim Il-sung had died: Saturday 10:43 a.m. -- Obtained an intelligence report from Japanese military sources that Kim had been assassinated and some of the northern military people involved in the assassination plot had fled to China;
11 a.m. -- Received similar information from Gen. William J. Livsey, commander of the U.S Forces in South Korea. Sunday 1:35 p.m. -- North Korean loudspeaker broadcasts along the Demilitarized Zone praised Kim's 40 years of dedication and contributions.
7:15 p.m. -- North Korean loudspeaker broadcast expressesd wishes that General Kim Il-sung may become 'river water flowing away and fallen leaves.'
8 p.m. -- North Korean loudspeaker broadcast at a different location said 'great father Kim Il-sung' was shot to death on a train trip.
8:47 p.m. -- Mourning song followed.
8:55 p.m. -- A long eulogy for Kim broadcast over loudspeakers, citing his lifelong dedication to Korea's liberation from Japanese colonial rule.
8:55 p.m. -- Solemn songs and music broadcast over loudspeakers at different places.
Monday 1 a.m. -- A DMZ loudspeaker broadcast announces that 'great leader Kim Il-sung' has died.
2:40 a.m. - A loudspeaker broadcast says, 'The whole people are thankful for upholding (Kim Il-sung's son) Kim Jonv-il as our great leader.'
6 a.m. -- Loudspeakers say Kim has died but the North Korean Communist Workers Party cannot fall apart because of the death.
7 a.m. -- Loudspeaker broadcast says there will be an official announcement on Kim's death.
1 p.m. -- A portrait of Kim in the northern sector of the DMZ was seen decorated with white flowers.