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Full text of "Investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy : Hearings before the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy"

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INVESTIGATION OF 
THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY 



HEARINGS 

Before the President's Commission 

on the Assassination 

of President Kennedy 



Pursuant to Executive Order 11130, an Executive order creating a 
Commission to ascertain, evaluate, and report upon the facts relating 
to the assassination of the late President John F. Kennedy and the 
subsequent violent death of the man charged with the assassination 
and S.J. Kes. 137, 88th Congress, a concurrent resolution conferring 
upon the Commission the power to administer oaths and affirmations, 
examine witnesses, receive evidence, and issue subpenas 



EXHIBITS 
ALLEN TO FUQUA 

Volume 
XIX 



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PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION 

ON THE 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 



Chief Justice Earl Wabben, Chairman 

Senator Richard B. Russell Representative Gerald R. Ford 

Senator John Sherman Cooper Mr. Allen W. Dulles 

Representative Hale Boggs Mb. John J. McClot 



J. Lee Rankin, Oeneral Counsel 
Assistant Counsel 

Francis W. H. Adams Albert E. Jenner, Jr. 

Joseph A. Ball Wesley J. Liebeleb 

David W. Belin Norman Redlich 

William T. Coleman, Jr. W. David Slawson 

Melvin Aron Eisenberg Ablen Specter 

Burt W. Griffin Samuel A. Stern 

Leon D. Hubert, Jr. Howard P. Willens* 

Staff Members 

Phillip Barson 
Edvpard a. Conroy 
John Hart Ely 
Alfred Goldberg 
Murray J. Laulicht 
Arthur Marmor 
Richard M. Mosk 
John J. O'Bbien 
Stuabt Pollak 
Alfeedda Scobey 
Chables N. Shaffeb, Jr. 



Biographical information on the Commissioners and the staff can be found in 
the Commission's Report. 



♦Mr. Willens also acted as liaison between the Commission and the Department of 
Justice. 

iii 



Contents 



Allen, J. U. Page 

1 1 

Application blank filled out by Marguerite Oswald for entry of her 
son, John Edward Pic, into the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated 
July 7, 1&45. 

2 2 

Scholastic record sheet from the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy 
showing John E}d\A'ard Pic's scholastic record for the 8th, 9th, 
and 10th grades. 

3 3 

Application blank filled out by Marguerite Oswald for entry of her 
son, Robert Lee Oswald, into the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, 
dated July 7, 1945. 

4 4 

Scholastic record sheet from Chamberlain-Hunt Academy show- 
ing Robert Lee Oswald's scholastic record for the sixth, seventh, 
and eighth grades. 

5 5 

Letter to Mr. Farrell of the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated 
October 29, 1945, signed Mrs. E. A. Ekdahl. 

6 6-7 

Letter from Marguerite Ekdahl to J. S. Vandiver, president of the 
Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, dated March 8, 1946. 

7 8 

Letter to Mr. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain-Hunt 
Academy, dated April 13, 1946, signed Mrs. E. A. Ekdahl. 

8 8 

Envelope addressed to the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, post- 
niarked January 5, 1946. 

9 9-10 

Letter to Mr. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain-Hunt 
Academy, from Marguerite Oswald, dated August 1, 1946. 

10 11 

Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- 
Hunt Academy, to Marguerite Oswald, dated August 5. 1946. 

11 12 

Letter from Marguerite Ekdahl to Mr. Farrell of the Chamber- 
lain-Hunt Academy, dated January 31, 1947. 

12 12 

Envelope addressed to the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, post- 
marked July 5, 1947. 

13 13 

Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- 
Hunt Academy, to Mrs. E. A. Ekdahl, dated July 8, 1947. 

14 14 

Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- 
Hunt Academy, to John Edward Pic, dated August 5, 1947. 

15 15 

Copy of letter from J. S. Vandiver, president of the Chamberlain- 
Hunt Academy, to Marguerite Oswald, dated October 16, 1948. 

Anderson, Eugene E. 

1 16-18 

Letter from Lt. Col. A. G. Folsom, Jr., U.S. Marine Corps, to 
the Commission, dated June 8, 1964. 

V 



Archer, Don Ray Pane 

5091 19 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Don Ray Archer. 
5092 20-21 

Copy of a letter from Don Ray Archer to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated November 27, 1963. 
5093 22-23 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Don Ray Archer, 

dated November 25, 1963. 

Armstrong, Andrew 

5300 A-E 24r-29 

Six photographs of Jack Ruby with two girls. 

5301 A-E 30-34 

Five photographs of Jack Ruby with two girls. 

5302 35 

Photograph of Eddie Rocco. 

5303 A-M • 36-40 

Series of photographs taken at the Carousel Club. 

5304 A-B 41-42 

Two photographs taken in a nightclub. 

5305 A-S 43-61 

Jack Ruby's Aladdin spiral pocket notebook. 

5306 A-B 62 

Copies of telephone messages to Jack Ruby. 

5307-A 63 

Slip of paper bearing name of T. E. Smith. 
5308 64r-73 

Notebook of Larry Orafard. 

5309 A-B 74r-91 

Two notebooks of Jack Ruby. 

5310 A-G 92-103 

Copies of various FBI reports of interviews of Andrew Armstrong. 

Arnett, Charles O. 

5032 104-105 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Charles O. Arnett, 

dated December 5, 1963. 
5033 106-107 

Copy of a letter from Charles O. Arnett to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated November 27, 1963. 
5034 108 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Charles O. Arnett. 
5035 109 

Dictabelt record envelope. 
5036 110 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Charles O. Arnett. 

Aycox, James T. 

1 Ill 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with James T. Aycox, 
December 16, 1963. 

Baker, Virgie 

1 112 

Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building. 

^ Armstrong Exhibits Nos. 5303 A-H are not reproduced because of their questionable 
taste and negligible relevance. 

vi 

r 



Barnes, W. E. Poce 

A 118 

Photograph of the right side of the Tippit squad car at killing 

site. 
B 113 

Photograph of the front of the Tippit squad car at killing site. 
C 114 

Photograph of the front of the Tippit squad car showing position 

at killing site. 
D 114 

Photograph of the side view of the Tippit squad car. 
E 115 

Photograph of the spot where Patrolman Tippit fell. 
• F 115 

Photograph of the left rear of the Tippit squad car at killing site. 

Batcheilor, Charles 

5000 116 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and CJourtsi Building, as 
marked by Assistant Chief Charles Batchelor. 

5001 116 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 
marked by Assistant Chief Charles Batchelor. 

5002 117-148 

Booklet entitled "Dallas Police Personnel Assignments, Novem- 
ber 1963." 

Bates, Pauline Virginia 

1 149-150 

Newspaper clipping entitled "The Oswald Mind," published in the 
Fort Worth Press, November 29, 1963. 

Beaty, Buford L. 

5039 151 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and. Courts Building, as 

marked by Buford L. Beaty. 
5040 152-153 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Buford L. Beaty, 

dated December 4, 1963. 
5041 154-155 

Copy of a letter from Buford L. Beaty to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated November 27, 1963. 

Beers, Ira J. 

5350 156-157 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Ira J. Beers, dated 

December 2, 1963. 
5351 158-160 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Ira J. Beers, dated 

December 4, 1963. 
5352 160 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Ira J. Beers. 

Bellocchio, Frank 

1 161-162 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Frank Bellocchio, 
dated December 6, 1963. 

Bieberdorf , Frederick A. 

5123 . 163-166 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview of Frederick A. Bieberdorf, 

dated December 6, 1963. 
5124 166 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Frederick A. Bieberdorf. 

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Bowron, Diana H. P<ve 

2 167 

Newspaper clipping entitled "British nurse there." 
3 168-169 

Newspaper clipping entitled "British girl for Kennedy." 
4 170 

Newspaper clipping entitled "Thirty minutes Diana will never 

forget." 

Branch, John H. 

1 171-172 

Copy of a statement made by John H. Branch to the FBI, dated 
December 9, 1963. 

Brewer, E. D. 

A 172 

Map of the city of Dallas. 

Bringuier, Carlos 

1 173 

Photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald passing out "Hands Off Cuba" 
leaflets. 

2 174 

Application form for membership to the Fair Play for Cuba Com- 
mittee in New Orleans, La. 

3 175 

Press release, dated August 21, 1963, signed by Dr. Carlos Brin- 
guier and captioned "Secretary of the Fair Play for Cuba Commit- 
tee a Marxist." 

4 176 

"Open Letter to the People of New Orleans" from United Cuban 
Refugees. 

Brock, Alvin R. 

5113 177 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Alvin R. Brock. 
5114 178-179 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Alvin R. Brock, dated 

December 6, 1963. 
5115 180 

Copy of a letter from Alvin R. Brock to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated November 26, 1963. 

Brock, Mary 

A 181 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Mary Brock, dated 
January 22, 1964. 

Brock, Robert 

A 182 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Robert Brock, dated 
January 22, 1964. 

Brown, Earle V. 

A 183 

Hand-drawn sketch of the Triple Underpass area showing the 
position of Earle V. Brown above Elm Street at the time of the 
assassination. 

Brown, Peter M. 

1 184-191 

Copies of various documents relating to Lee Harvey Oswald from, 
the files of the Community Service Society in New York City. 

viii 



Burcham, John W. /*<W« 

1 192-240 

Copy of Texas Employment Commission report, dated Novem- 
ber 26, 1963, concerning records in its possession re Lee Harvey 
Oswald. 

2 241 

Copy of Form B-12 mailed to Lee Harvey Osw^ald by the Texas 
Employment Commission on April 16, 1963. 

3 242 

Copy of a document entitled "Last Payment Notice" mailed to Lee 
Harvey Osvv^ald by the Texas Employment Commission. 

Cabell, Earle 

1 243-246 

Copy of an FBI report of an intervievr with Mayor Earle Cabell, 
dated December 12, 1963. 

Cadigan, James C. 

1 247 

Roll of microfilm obtained from Klein's Sporting Goods, including 

photograph of a mail order for a C2766 rifle in the name of A. 

Hidell and the envelope in which the mail order was sent. 
2 248-249 

Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to John B. Connally, Jr., dated 

January 30, 1961, and letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to R. McC. 

Tompkins, U.S. Marine Corps, dated March 7, 1962, 
3 250-274 

Excerpts from the U.S. Marine Corps and Department of State 

files on Lee Harvey Oswald. 
3-A 275 

Photograph of a mail order for a rifle in the name A. Hidell and 

the envelope in which the mail order was sent. 
4 276 

Photograph of a portion of Cadigan Exhibit No. 2. 
5-8 277-280 

Photographs of letters from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Depart- 
ment of State. 
9 281-282 

Photographs of portions of Cadigan Exhibit No. 2. 
10 283-284 

Photograph of passport application of Lee Harvey Oswald, dated 

June 24, 1963. 
11 285 

Photograph of a U.S. postal money order, in the amount of $21.45, 

dated March 12, 1963, which accompanied the mail order pictured 

in Carigan Exhibit No. 3-A. 
12 285 

Photograph of a mail order for a revolver in the name A. Hidell. 
13 286 

Photograph of an undated portion of an application for post oflice 

box 6225 and a photograph of a portion of an application for post 

office box 2915. 
14 287 

Photograph of change-of-address card relating to Post Office Box 

2915, Dallas, Tex., dated May 12, 1963. 
15 288 

Photograph of the face sides of a Selective Service System notice 

of classification and a certificate of service in the U.S. Marine 

Corps, both in the name of Alek James Hidell. 
16 289 

Photograph of the reverse sides of the cards pictured in Cadigan 

Exhibit No. 15. 

LX 



Oadigan, James C. — Continued P<^e 

17 290 

Sidelight photographs of the face sides of the cards pictured in 

Cadigan Exhibit No. 15. 
18 291 

Sidelight photographs of the reverse sides of the cards pictured 

in Cadigan Exhibit No. 15. 
19 292 

Photograph of a Selective Service System notice of classification 

in the name of Lee Harvey Oswald. 
20 298 

Photographs of the retouched negatives of the face side of a 

Selective Service System notice of classification, the reverse side 

Of a Selective Service System registration certificate, and the face 

and reverse sides of a certificate of service in the U.S. Marine 

Corps. 
21 294 

Photograph of the face and reverse sides of a Selective Service 

System registration certificate and a certificate of service in the 

U.S. Marine Corps, both in the name of Lee Harvey Oswald. 
22 295 

Photograph of two parts of an application for ?ost Oflice Box 

30061, New Orleans, La. 
23 296 

Photograph of a portion of one side of a card entitled "Inter- 
national Certificate of Vaccination * * ♦" 
24 297 

Photograph of a portion of the other side of the card pictured in 

Cadigan Exhibit No. 23. 
25-28 298-301 

Letters written by Lee Harvey Oswald in the Russian language. 
29-30 302-303 

Photographs of Commission Exhibit No. 1. 

Carlin, Bruce Ray 

1-2 304 

Photographs of Patrolman J. D. Tippit. 
3-4 305 

Photographs of Bernard Weissman. 

Carlin, Karen Bennett 

5318 306-307 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Karen Bennett Carlin, 
dated November 27, 1963. 

Carro, John 

1 308-323 

Copy of case report of Probation OflQcer John Carro on Lee Harvey 
Oswald in connection with truancy charges, dated March 12, 1953, 
through March 11, 1954. 

Cason, Frances 

5135 324-325 

Copy of Radio Call Sheet and Daily Report of Radio Calls of the 
Dallas Police Department. 

Cheek, Bertha 

5353 326-328 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Bertha Cheek, dated 

November 29, 1963. 
5354 329-330 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Bertha Cheek, dated 

December 9, 1963. 

X 



Clardy, Barnard S. P<we 

5061 331-333 

Copy of a letter from Barnard S. Clardy to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated November 27, 1963. 
5062 334-335 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Barnard S. Clardy, 

dated November 25, 1963. 
5063 336-338 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Barnard S. Clardy, 

dated December 3, 1963. 
5064 339 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Barnard S. Clardy. 

Cole, Alwyn 

1 340 

Certificate of Service in the U.S. Marine Corps in the name of Lee 
Harvey Oswald. 

2 340 

Photographic print of the retouched negative of a portion of the 
face of a Selective Service System notice of classification (Com- 
mission Exhibit No. 805). 

3 341 

Photographic print of the retouched negative of the face of a Se- 
lective Service System notice of classification (Commission Ex- 
hibit No. 804). 

4 341 

Photographic print of the retouched negative of the face of a 
Selective Service System notice of classification (Commission Ex- 
hibit No. 803). 

5 342 

Photograph taken by reflected light, of the retouched negatives 
(Commission Exhibits Nos. 803, 804, 805, 811, and 812) showing 
the side of the negatives to which the retouching medium was not 
applied. 

6 343 

Photograph, taken by reflected light, of the retouched negatives 
(Commission Exhibits Nos. 803, 804, 805, 811, and 812) showing 
the side of the negatives to which the retouching medium was 
applied. 

7 344 

Photographic print of the retouched negative of the reverse side 
of a Selective Service System registration certificate ( Commission 
Exhibit No. 811). 

8-9 344 

Photographic prints of the retouched negatives of the face and 
reverse sides of a certificate of service in the U.S. Marine Corps 
(Commission Exhibit No. 812). 

Combest, Billy H. 

5099 34^-346 

Copy of a letter from Billy H. Combest to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated November 26, 1963. 
5100 347 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Billy H. Combest. 
5101 348-352 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Billy H. Combest, 

dated December 4, 1963. 

Crafard, Curtis L. 

5200-A. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-D, p. 27.) 
5200-B. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 6300-E, p. 28.) 

xi 



Crafard, Curtis L. — Continued Pc^e 

5200-C. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-A, p. 24.) 
5200-D. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-B, p. 25.) 
5200-B. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-C, p. 26.) 

5201. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5304-A, p. 41.) 

5202. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5308, pp. 64-73.) 

5203. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5309-A, pp. 74-80.) 

5204. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5309-B, pp. 81-91.) 

5205. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-K, p. 38.) 

5206. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-J, p. 37.) 

5207. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5301-D, p. 33.) 

5208. (See Armstrong E)xhibit No. 5303-L, p. 39.) 

5209. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5304-6, p. 42.) 

5210-5220 (•) 

5221. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-1, p. 36.) 

5222. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5302, p. 35.) 

5223. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5307-A, p. 63.) 
5224-A. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5306-B, p. 62.) 
5224-B, (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5306-A, p. 62.) 

55225 A-S. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5305 A-S, pp. 43-61.) 

5226 353-560 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Curtis LaVeme Cra- 

fard dated November 29, 1963. 
5227 361-362 

Handwritten letter addressed to Dear Gail on Jack Ruby Asso- 
ciates letterhead. 
5228-A 363 

Curtis LaVerne Crafard's discharge from the U.S. Army. 
5228-B 364 

Reverse side of Orafard Exhibit No. 5228-A. 
5229 A-B 365-366 

Subpena for Larry Crafard to appear at the trial of Jack Ruby. 
5230 366-371 

Copy of notebook of Larry Crafard. 

Creel, John 

1 372-373 

Interstate unemployment compensation claim record card filed by 
Lee Harvey Oswald on April 29, 1963. 

2 r 374-375 

Interstate unemployment compensation claim filed by Lee Harvey 
Oswald on April 26, 1963. 

3 376 

Interstate request for reconsideration of monetary determination 
filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on April 29, 1963. 

4 377 

Report of Texas Employment Commission, dated May 10, 1963, 
confirming Oswald's earnings in Texas and certifying to his eligi- 
bility for interstate employment compensation against the State 
of Texas. 

5 378-379 

Application filed by Lee Harvey Oswald on July 21, 1963, for reac- 
tivation of his interstate unemployment compensation claim fol- 
lowing his discharge by Reily Coffee Co. 

6 380-382 

Interstate claim booklet of Lee Harvey Oswald. 

7 383 

Personal identification claim card of Lee Harvey Oswald. 

8 384 

Copy of Creel Exhibit No. 3. 

^ Crafard Exhibits Nos. 5210-5220 are not reproduced because of their questionable 
taste and negligible relevance. 

xii 



Crowe, William D. P<M7e 

1 385 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William D. Crowe, 
dated November 24, 1963. 

2 386 

Sworn statement of William D. Crowe before the U.S. Secret Serv- 
ice on November 25, 1963. 

Croy, Kenneth H. 

5051 387-389 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Kenneth H. Croy, 

dated December 5, 1963. 
5052 390 

Copy of a letter from Kenneth H. Croy to Chief Jesse E. Gurry, 

dated November 26, 1963. 
5053 391-392 

Copy of sworn aflBdavit of Kenneth Croy, dated December 1, 1963. 
5054 393 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Kenneth H. Croy. 

Crull, Elgin E. 

1 394-396 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Elgin Crull, dated 
December 12, 1963. 

Cunningham, Helen P. 

1 397-398 

Copy of application form of the Texas Employment Commission, 

as filled out by Lee Harvey Oswald. 
1_A 399^00 

Original of Cunningham Exhibit No. 1. 
2 401 

Copy of individual aptitude profile card of the Texas Employment 

Commission for Lee Harvey Oswald. 
2-A 402 

Original of Cunningham Exhibit No. 2. 
3 403 

Copy of an unemployment compensation claim card listing the 

dates that Lee Harvey Oswald filed interstate claims in New 

Orleansi and Dallas. 
3-A 404 

Original of Cunningham Exhibit No. 3; 
4 405 

Original copy of the counseling record card on Lee Harvey Oswald 

which was prepared by Mrs. Helen P. Cunningham of the Texas 

Employment Commission. 

Curry, Jesse E. 

5313 406-407 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated November 25, 1963. 
5314 40*^09 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Chief Jesse E. Curry, 

dated December 11, 1963. 

Cutchshaw, Wilbur J. 

5042 410-412 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Wilbur J. Cutchshaw, 

dated December 2, 1963. 
5043 413 

Copy of a letter from Wilbur J. Cutchshaw to Chief Jesse E. 

Curry, dated November 24, 1963. 

xiii 



Cutchshaw. Wilbur J. — Contiiiued P<V« 

50i4 414-415 

Cc^y of an FBI r^wrt of an interview with Wilbnr J. Gatchshaw. 

dated November 25. 1963. 
5045 416 

Handwritten statement of Wilbur J. Gutchshaw. dated November 

24. 1963. 
50i6 417 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by WUbur J. Cutchshaw. 

Daniels. Nai)oleon J. 

5324 41S 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Cotirts Btiilding. as 

marked by Napoleon J. Daniels, 
5325 419-420 

Cc^iy of sworn affidavit of Napt^eon J. Daniels, dated November 

29, 1963. 

5326 421-i24 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Napoleon J. Daniels, 
dated December 4. 1963. 

5327 425-427 

Copy ot an FBI report of an interview with Napoleon J. Daniels, 
dared December 19, 1963. 

Davis. Virginia 

1 428 

Diagram of the area of the Tippit shooting, drawn by Virginia L. 

Davis. 
2. 429 

Copy of sworn affidavit of Virginia Davis, dated November 22, 

1963. 
3 430 

Copy of sworn affidavit of Virginia Davis, dated December 1. 

1963. 

Dean. Patrick T. 

5007 431 

Diagram of the basement of the Police and Courts Building, as 

marked by Patrick T. Dean. 
5008 432-437 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Patrick T. Dean, dated 

December 2. 1963. 
5009 438-^39 

Copy of a letter fr-jm Patrick T. Dean to Chief Jesse E. Curry. 

dated November 26. 1963. 

5010 440-^41 

Copy of a letter from Patrick T. Dean to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 
dated February IS. 1964. 

5011 442-444 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Patrick T. Dean, 
dated Dec«nber 10, 1963. 

5012 +45 

Patrick Dean's notes on a telephone caJl made to the E>allas Po- 
lice D^iartment from Ralph Simi>son on March 24. 1964. 

5136 446 

Dallas Police Department record of telejAone call made to the 
Dallas Police Department from Ralph Simpson on March 24, 1964. 

5136-A 447 

Reverse side c^ Dean Exhibit No. 5136. 

5137 448-^50 

Copy of a letter from Patrick T. Dean to Chief Jesse E. Curry, 
dated Deoonber 8, 1963. 

xiv 



Dean. Patrick T. — Continued Poc* 

ol3S 451 

Tape recording of an interview with Patrick T. Dean on Dallas 
radio station KLIF. 

Decker. J. E. 

5321 452 

Copy of an FBI r^K>rt of an interview with Sheriff J. E. Decker, 
dated NovMnb«- 28, 1963. 

5322 453 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Sheriff J. E. Decker, 
dated November 2S. 1963. 

5323 454-^543 
Dallas Coonty Sheriffs Office rec-ord of. the evMits snironnding 

the assassinatiMi. 

De Mohrenschildt, George 

1 044 

One-page sheet ecmsisting of a cUKxing frMn a French newspaijer 
and a telegram from Tardieu to George De Mc^iraiachildt, dated 
July 12, 1962. 

2 M5 

Letter from Cl«nard Jos^h Charles to George De Mohrenschildt, 
dated July 31. 1962. 

3 5i6 

Envelope addressed to Paul Kaigorodsky frwn George De M<Aren- 
schildt. 

4 547-54S 

Letter from Jeanne and George De Mohrenschildt to Paul Raigo- 
rodsky, dated June 30. 

5 5i9-550 

Letter from George De Mohrenschildt to Jean de MeniL dated 
July 27, 1962. 

6 551 

Promotional lirerarure on the letterhead of George D. Mohren- 
schildt re Haitian Holding Co.. dated August 1, 1962. 

7 552 

Telegram from Tardieu to George De Mohrenachildt, dated Au- 
gust 3, 1962. 

8 552 

Envelope addressed to Patil Baigorodsky from George De Moh- 
renschildt, 

9 553 

Letter from Jeanne and George De Mohrenschildt to Paul Baigo- 
rodsky. dated September 12. 1963. 

10 -. 554 

Diagram of a planned development in Haiti which was enclosed 
with De Mohrenschildt Exhibit Xo. 9. 

11 5c4 

Map of Haiti, as marked by George De Mohrenschildt. 

12 555 

Letter frc«n George De Mohrenschildt to Mrs. Janet Lee Auchii:- 
closs. dated February 2. 1964. 

13 556 

Envelope addressed to Mrs. Janet Lee Auchincloss from Gecwge 
De Mohrenschildt. 

14 557-55S 

Letter from George De Mohrenschildt to Mrs. Janet Lee Auchin- 
closs. dated December 12, 1963. 

15 559 

Envelope addressed to Mrs. Hugh D. Auchindoss from George 
De Mohrenschildt. 

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De Mohrenschildt, George — Continued Page 

16 seo 

Copy of a letter from George De Mohrenschildt to Jean de Menil, 
dated August 7. 1962. 

Dhority. C. N. 

A 561 

Copy of sworn affidavit of Cecil J. McWatters. dated November 22, 

1963. 
B 462 

Copy of sworn affidavit of Mrs. Virginia Davis, dated November 22. 

1963. 

DUIard, Tom C. 

A 563 

Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth 

floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken by 

Tom C. Dillard shortly after the assassination. 
B 564 

Photograph of the Texas School Book Depository Building, taken 

by Tom C. Dillard shortly after the assassination. 
C 565 

Photograph of the southeast corner windows of the fifth and sixth 

floors of the Texas School Book Depository Building, of which 

Dillard Exhibit A is an enlargement. 
D 566 

Same as Dillard Exhibit B. 

Dobbs, Farrell 

1 567 

Subscription blank from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Militant, rub- 
ber stamped December 17, 1962. 

2 567 

Renewal subscription blank from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Mili- 
tant, rubber stami)ed May 28, 1963. 

3 568 

Addressograph plate for Lee Harvey Oswald. 

4 568-569 

Change-of-address card from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Militant, 
postmarked June 12, 1963. 

5 569-570 

Change-of-address card from Lee Har^-ey Oswald to the Militant, 
postmarked November 2, 1963. 

6 570-572 

Copy of a letter from Pioneer Publishers to Lee Harvey Oswald, 
dated September 29, 1962 ; a receipt dated August 31. 1962 ; an 
order blank from Lee Harvey Oswald to Pioneer Publishers for 
a copy of "Xhe Teachings of Leon Trotsky'' ; an envelope ix)st- 
marked January 21, 1963, from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Pioneer 
Publishers. 

7 573 

Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Pioneer Publishers, dated 
January 1, and a receipt dated January 11, 1963. 

8 574 

Copy of a letter from Mrs. V. Halstead, Pioneer Publishers, to Lee 
Harvey Oswald, dated April 26, 1963. 

9 575-576 

Letter from Lee Harvey Oswald to the Socialist Workers Party, 
dated August 12, 1962 ; newspaper ad couix)n from Lee Harvey 
Oswald to the Socialist Workers Party : copy of letter from Sherry 
Finer, Socialist Workers Party, to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated 
August 23, 1962. 

xvi 



Dobbs, Farrell — Continued Page 

10 577 

Letter from Lee Haney Oswald to the Socialist Workers Party, 
dated September 1, 1963, with envelope. 

11 578 

Letter from Farrell Dobbs to Lee Harvey Oswald, dated Novem- 
ber 0, 1962. 

12 579 

Letter from Bob Chester to Lee Harvey Oswald dated December 9, 
1962. 

13 ' 580 

Letter from Joseph Task, Socialist Workers Party, to Lee Harvey 
Oswald, dated March 27. 1963. 

Donabedian, George 

1 581-617 

Copy of the U.S. Marine Corps chronological health record of Lee 
Harvej Oswald. 

Dougherty, Jack E. 

A 618 

Copy of a statement made by Jack E. Dougherty to the FBI, dated 

March 18, 1964. 
B 619-620 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Jack E. Dougherty, 

dated December 19, 1963. 
C 621-622 

Copy of a statement made by Jack E. Dougherty to the FBI, dated 

November 23, 1963. 

Dowe, Kenneth L. 

1 623 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Kenneth L. Dowe. 

dated December 16, 1963. 
2 62-t-626 

Copy of an FBI rei>ort of an interview with Kenneth L. Dowe, 

dated June 5, 1964. 

Duncan, William G. 

1 627 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William G. Duncan, 

dated November 29, 1963. 
2 628-«43 

Copy of testimony given at the trial of Jack Ruby by WiUiam G. 

Duncan. 

Eberhardt, August M. 

5025 644 

Sketch drawn by August M. Eberhardt showing the positions of 
Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby at a press conference held on 
November 22. 1963, at the police assembly room of the Police and 
Courts Building. 

5026 64.5-646 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with August M. Eberhardt, 
dated December 21, 1963. 

Edwards, Robert E. 

A . . 647 

Copy of sworn aflBdavit of Robert E. Edwards, dated Novem- 
ber 22, 1963. 

Evans, Sidney 

5122 648 

Series of photographs of Jack Ruby. 

xrii 



744-730 O— 64-vol. XIX 2 



Fehrenbach, George W. Po^e 

1 649 

Sketch drawn by George W. Fehrenbach showing the location of 

Sam Jaflfe's office on Walnut Street in Muncie, Ind. 
2 649 

Photograph of Judge and Mrs. Benjamin J. Kanter. 
3 649 

Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Sugerman. 

4. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5302, p. 35.) 

5. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-B, p. 25.) 

6. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-M, p. 40.) 

7. (See Armstrong Exhibit No. 5300-E, p. 28.) 

Fischer, Ronald B. 

1 650 

Copy of sworn affidavit of Ronald B. Fischer, dated November 22, 
1963. 

Fleming, Harold 

1 651-655 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Harold Fleming, 
dated June 29, 1964. 

Folsom, Allison G. 

1 656-768 

Copy of U.S. Marine Corps record on Lee Harvey Oswald. 

Foster, J. W. 

A 769 

Hand-drawn sketch of the Triple Underpass showing the position 
of J. W. Foster at the time of the assassination. 

B 769 

Photograph of a manhole cover on Elm Street in Dallas indicat- 
ing the point at which it was allegedly struck by a bullet. 

Frazier, Wiliam B. 

5086 770-771 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William B. Frazier, 
dated December 9, 1963. 

5087 772 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with William B. Frazier, 
dated November 25, 1963. 

Fuqua, Harold B. 

5134 773-774 

Copy of an FBI report of an interview with Harold R. Fuqua, 
dated December 10, 1963. 



xviu 




Allen Exhibit No. 1 



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tsr P.-rt rt &iid « «.->rfc aoholuirtidy oX llOC.dO for Jo^ TIda will 
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I suiMly 'o Kant boin of your ba/t to ba baok Mith ua aa aoon aa 
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c^op«r3t.i7n and au^port and bast «iahaa t« yea aad your thraa boya, 

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15 

K-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 3 



- ''■■: ' '■'• •'••■■''■ '■■',- ■ - /jTidcrGon E:aiibit Ho. 1 

.>'>:' .'ix DEPARTMENT or THE NAVY 

,y ' ' ^-^ HEADQUARTERS UNItCD 5-.TATl^ MAKi'.F CGRt"? 



!-'r. J. Lee Rankin 

General Counsel 

President's Co:imission on the 

Assassination of President Kennedy 
200 Maryland Avenue I.E 
VJashington, D. C. 20002 

Dear I-Ir. Rankin: 

This is in reply to your letter of 2 June 1964 relative to 
marksmanship capabilities of Lee Karvey OSWALD, forraer 
Private First Class, 1653230, U. S. I-Iarine Corps. In view 
of the lapse of tine since Kr, Osv;ald was separated froa 
the Marine Corps, it would be impossible to ascertain 
precisely the number of hours in which he participated in 
weapons marksmanship practice or how many rounds of aro-munition 
he fired. In addition, the service records of the Marine 
Corps are designed only to shov; v;hat formalized marksmanship 
practice and marksmanship qualification courses a Marine has 
fired. As you will note from Mjt. Osv;ald's service record 
book, a copy of v;hich I believe the Commission has in its 
custody, the form marked NAVMC llo(6)-PD (Rev. 7-54) shows 
Mr. Oswald's weapons firing record. 

During the time Osv.-ald fired at the V'eapons Training 
Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, he was attached to 
the Second Recmait Training Battalion, T-Iarine Corps Recruit 
Depot, San Diego, California. At the time he completed 
familiarization firing at the range at the L"aval Air Station, 
Atsugi, Japan, he was attached to Marine Air Control Squadron 1,* 
Marine Aircraft Group 11, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. At the 
times he fired the range at the Marine Corps Air Facility, 
Santa Ana, and Marine Corps Air Station, 21 Toro, California, 
he was attached to Marine Air Control Squadron 9i Marine '>.'ing 
Headquarters Group, 3d Marine Aircraft V/ing, jl 

The information provided to the right of the final qualification 
column is not contained in his service records but is based 
upon regulations in effect at the time. In addition, under 
course "A" you will notice the entry of 2121-'2U This final 
qualification score being designated as MM (marksman) is in 
error and should have read SS (sharpshooter). 



Anderson Exhibit No. 1 



16 



RANGE 



V.'pnsTrng 

Bn MCRD 

Vv'pnsTrng 
Bn MCRD 

V/pnsTrng 

Bn MCRD 



DATE 



DG-bmt 

8 Jun 1964 

COURSE WEAPON FINAL AUTHORIZED PERIOD 
QUAL AI'3'10 ALLOW 



21Dec56 ,f"A" M-1 
17Dec56 FAM BAR 
llDec56 FAM Pistol None 100 rds 



212I.M 400 rds 2 wks 
None 75 Rds 



NAS Atsugi 

Jap 2rfey5S FAM 

NAS Atsugi 

Jap 7May5S FAM 

MCAF Santa 

Ana Calif 9Mar59 FAM 



12Guage 

RIOT GUN None 10 rds 

Pistol None 100 rds 

12 Guage 

RIOT GUN None 10 rds 



MCAS El 

Toro Calif 6May59 *"B" J'^1 



I9IMM 200 rds 



For Course "A", as shown above, qualification scores were as 
follows: 

EXPERT -220; SHARPSHOOTER -210; MARKS^iir; -190 

For the Course marked "B", the qualification is: 

EXPERT -225; SHARPSHOOTER -215; MJIRKSMAN -190 

Regarding a comparison of the Marine Corps* requirements 
viith those of the other services, it is believed that the 
requirements of the other services can be best obtained by 
you directly from those services. Enclosed, however, are 
copies of T'arine Corps regulations describing the several 
marksmanship courses. These were effective at the time 
Oswald v;as on active duty in the Marine Corps. 

The Marine Corps considers that any reasonable application 
of the instructions given to Marines should permit them to 
become qualified at least as a marksman. To become qualified 
as a sharpshooter, the Marine Corps is of the opinion that 



Andbbson Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



17 



DG-bmt 

8 Jun 1964 

most Marines with a reasonable amount of adaptability to 
weapons firing can become so qualified. Consequently, a low 
marksman qualification indicates a rather poor "shot" and a 
sharpshooter qualification indicates a fairly good "shot". 
I trust the foregoing will serve the purpose of your inquiry* 

A. G. FOLSOM, JR. 
Lieutenant Colonel U. 3. Marino Corps 
Head, Records Branch, Personnel Department 
By direction of the Commandant of the Marine Corps 

End: 

(1) Copies of M1RC0R Regs 

describing marksmanship courses 




Andbsison Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



18 




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19 



^. No, 5092 ARCHER, D.R. Depositior 

1 - Dallas ;-'25-64 



DL 44-1639 



"Mr. J.E. Curry 



"November 27, 1963 



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"I would like to submit the following report concerning the 
events occurring on November 24, 1963. 

"I was stationed on the north side dopr that exits into the 
basement from in front of the jai]. office and just south of 
the jail door in the basement garage corridor. As Oswald 
was brought past me he was being ledoy Captain Fritz and 
was between two detectives. As they reached the edge of the 
ramp, I saw a man dressed in a suit and wearing a gray hat 
dart in front of Oswald and just behind Captain Fritz. I 
distinctly heard the suspect shout a phrase, the only words 
I could make out were 'son-of-a-bitch. ' 

"Before I could move, I saw soipeone grab his arm and at 
this time I caught a glimpse of a pistol and heard the 
report of the shot. Oswald shouted, 'Oh nol,' and 
collapsed. As I started forward I was cut off by the officers 
that had dived on the subject and was pushed back. I then 
assisted in dragging the prisoner to the jail office where he 
was held on the floor vmtil Detective McMillon could get the 
handcuffs on the prisoner. 

"I asked, 'Who is it?', and the suspect turned his head my 
way and shouted, 'You know me, I'm Jack Ruby I' We then 
picked him up, and along with Captain King, Detective Clardy, 
Detective McMillon, and myself, we took him to the jail 
elevator and went directly to the fifth floor. 

"We then removed his personal property, took off his clothes. 



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20 



DL..44-1639 

"and stayed with him tintil 3:30 p.m. when Homicide officers 
came to the jail and asked us to assist in escorting him to 
the Homicide Bureau, which ve did and then returned to o\xz 
office, the Auto Theft Bureau. 



"Respectfully submitted. 



/s/ D.R. Arcter 
Detective 
• Criminal Investigation 
Division" 



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DON RAY ARCHER, Detective, Auto Theft Bureau, Dallas 
Police Department, Dallas, Texas, residing at 2035 San Francisco, 
Dallas, Texas, advised that he was stationed ca the north side 
door that exists into the basement from in front of the jail s!; -%\ 
office and just south of the jail door in the basement garage 
corridor of the Dallas Police Department. As LEE HARVEY - '.^ ■•'^ 

OSWALD was brought past ARCHER, he was being led by Capt. \ "Jl 
WILL FRITZ, who was approximately 5 feet in front <£ OSWALD. 
OSWALD was being led out by the two detectives. As tey 
reached the edge of the ramp, ARCHER saw a man dressed in a ■'■ 

suit and wearing a gray hat dart in front of OSWALD and just '^v' 
behind FRITZ. ARCHER beard this man shout a phrase, the only ^ 
words be could make out were "son of a bitch". 

Before he could move, ARCHER saw someone grab OSWALD *s 
arm and ARCHER caught a glimpse 'of a pistol and heard a shot. 
OSlfALD shouted "Ob,noJ" and collapsed. ;. / 

ARCHER assisted in dragging the person doing the 
shooting to the jail office where he was held on the floor v 
until Det. LIC MILLON could get the handcuffs on him, ARCHER 
asked "Who is it?" as did several others who were present. 
The suspect turned and beaded towards the crowd and shouted, 
"You know me, I'm JACK RUBY" to those present. 

and 

ARCHER, along with Capt. KING, Det, CLARDY,/Det, MC 
MILLON took him to the jail elevator and went directly to the 
fifth floor where the jail is located. Det, ARCHER, CLARDY 
and MC MILLON put the suspect spread-eagled against the wall 
and searched him thoroughly for a weapon, putting all personal 
items found on his person into the suspect's hat. ARCHER 
stated be did not inventory the property taken from the person 
of the suspect. Dets. CLARDY, MC MILLON and ARCHER and Jailer 
HAAKE remained with RUBY until approximately 3:00 p.m., November 
24, 1963, at which time RUBY was escorted to the Dallas Police 
Department Homicide Bureau, located on the third floor. ARCHER 
pointed out he was left with the prisons r as they were afraid 
be would do himself bodily barm. ARCHER advised he did not know 
nor bad be ever met RUBY prior to November 24, 1963, 

ARCHER stated be has no idea when or who made the 
decision to transfer OSWALD to the Dallas County Jail« Dallas, 

■ — • — '1St'i^itJT%'9J''""'"'"'"AKUrt£:H,L).K. " 'UeposTeron 

— Dallas 3-25-64 ~ 

11/25/63 Dallas, Texas *»*< -^-r-j^v^s, 

)«>» File # - 



■^ 



THOMAS M. O'MALEYj^nd 
by Sp.clol A9.nt KENNETH R. ALBERT^jd p,^^ j,^^^^^^ 11/25/63 

ThU deevaaal oootatna n«lth*r raexenobdatlena nor ooaelualon* e< th, TBI. It U tl xero P*'*)^ "' *^* ^B' ""^ ** lo<"»<> <<> C' 

year agaaer/ it an^ Ita coatanta anP?'"{o b* dUtrUtulad onuid* roar aganoy. Icopyi n 



Abcher Exhibit No. 5093 



22 



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Texas. He stated he did not know when the information to 
transfer OSWALD was released to the press or what time it 
was given to the press. He stated he was at no time advised 
of the plans for transferring OSWALD, nor does he know what 
instructions were given to fellow officers. 

ARCHER feels possibly the reason for security breakdown 
was the presence of such a large number of news media personnel 
allowed to cover the transfer of OSWALD present in the basement 
of the Dallas City Police Department. The 'orilliant illumination 
sent by lights set up for television camera made it impossible 
to see any distance, thus obscuring anyone's vision looking into 
these lights. 



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23 




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Deposition,, £x.No.53X-B 
4-22-64 


ARMSTRONG,A. 
Dallas 


Deposition 

4-14-64 



Abmstbong Exhibit No. 5300-B 



25 




EJC.NO.5300-C SENATOR,Geo. Depositioii. _Ex.No.5300-C aRMSTRONG.A. Deposition, 
Washington,D.C. 4-22-6A Dallas 4-I4-64 



Abmsteong Exhibit No. 530O-C 



26 



j;jc.No.5300-D SENATOR^Geo fP°^i)i°^ £jf .No.5300-D AiMSTRONG,A. Deposition 

Washington,D.C. A-22-64 031^^33 4_U-64 " 



Abmstbonq Exhibit No. 5300-D 



27 



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Washington, D.C. 4-22-6^; Dallas 4-U-6/i 



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Dallas 4-l<'<-64 ' 



Abmstbong Exhibit No. 5300-F 



29 



Jix.No.5301-A SENATOR,Geo. Depositioiu iiX.Nc.5301-A /iRlJlSTRONG,A. Deoo-itinn 
•.Vashington,D.C. 4-22-64 Dallas ^,-lt-U 



Abmsteonq Exhibit No. 5301-A 



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Akmsteong Exhibit No. 5301-B 



t4-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 4 



31 



_Ex.No.5301-C SENATOR, Geo. Deposition. j;x.No.5301-C ARMSTRONG A. Deposition 

Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 "" Dallas ' 4-14-64 



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Washineton,D.C. A-22-64 



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JEx,No.5302 SENATCR,Geo. Depositioiu - 
Washington, D.C. 4~22-6A 



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Washinffton.D.C. 4-22-64 Dallas 4-14-64 



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EX.N0.5303-J SiiNATOR,Geo. Deposition 
Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 ~ 



3.N0.5303-J Aa«STflONG,A. Deposition 
Dallas 4.-I4-64 



Abmsteoxg Exhibit Xo. 5303-J 



37 




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"~ ' "* Washington,D.C. 4-22-64 ~ , Dallas 4-14-64 



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38 



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Washington,D.C. A-22-64 Dallas * 4-14-64 



Armstrong Exhibit No. 5303-M 



40 



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-^ Washin^on.D.C. -4-22-64 ^ AHMSTRONG,A. Depositioiv. 

Dallas, 4-14-64 



Abmstrong Exhibit No. 5304-A 



41 




_£x.No.530A-B SENATOR, Geo. Depositio^i. _ac . No . 5304-B ABMSTRONG.A. Deposition 
Washington,D.C. 4-22-64 Dallas, 4-I4-64 



Armstrong Exhibit No. 5304-B 



42 



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Jx.llo,5305-A - ARIBTROMG,A, Deposition 

Dallas 4-U-64 




■Jx.No,5225a - CfiAFARD,C.L. Deposition. 
Washington, D.C. 4-1CM6 



~' - ' as'iiyj i ^ tjyayr" 



Aem STRONG Exhibit No. 5305-A 



43 



j:x.No,5305-B - ARMSTRONG,A. Deposition — 
Dallas 4-1A-64 




Washington, D.C. ^-10-6^ 



Abmstbong Exhibit No. 5305-B 



EX.NO.5305-C ARMSTRONG, A. Deposition 

Dallas 4-U-64 



EX.N0.5305-C SENATOR,Geo. Deposition - 
Washington, D.C. 4-22-6/; 




fflR^S^ CRAFAHD,C,L. ^eposixion 
Washington, DaC . 4-IU-04 



Armstrong Exhibit No. 5305-C 



45 



;.No.5305-D ARMSTRONG, A. Deposition 

Dallas 4-1^-^4 



.N0.5305-D SENATOR,Geo. Deposition - 
Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 



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Abmstbong EsHiBrr Xo. 5305-D 



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Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 




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Ex. No. 5357 PATTERSON,R.C. Deposition- 
Dallas 4-U-64 



;.No.5225e - CRAFAJRD' C . L« Deposition 
Washington, D.C . 4-10-64 



Aemstboxg ExHiBir Xo. 5305-E 



-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 5 



47 



Jx.No,5305-F ARMSTRONG,A. Deposition^_ 
Dallas 4-14^4 



;.No.5305-F SENATOR,Geo. Deposition 
Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 




-Ex,No.5225f - CRAFARD,C.L. Deposition- 
Washington, D.C. 4-10-64 



Armstbong Exhibit No. 5305-F 



48 



-Ex.No.5305-G ARMSTRONG, A. Deposition- 
Dallas 4-U-6^ 




j:x.No.5225g - CRAFARD,C.L Deposition^ 
Washington,D.C . A-10-64 



Armstrong Exhibit No. 5305-G 



49 



_Ex.No.5305-H ARMSTRONG,A, Deposition_ 
S Dallas 4-14-6/; 




Ex.No.5225h - CRAFARD, C. L. Deposit ion_^ 
Washington,D.C. 4-10-64 



Aemsteong Exhibit No. 5305-H 



50 



_i:x. No. 5305-1 ARMSTRONG,A. Deposition.- 
Dallas 4-U-6A 




JIx. No. 52251 - CRAFARD,C.L. Deposition 

Washington, D.C . 4-10-6^; 



ABMSfTBONG EXHIBIT XO. 5305-1 



51 



Ex,No.5305-J ARMSTRONG, A. Deposition. 
Dallas 4-1^-64 




>No.5225j - CRAFARD,C.L. Deposition^ 
Washington, D.C, 4-IO-64; 



Abmstboxg Exhibit No. 5305-nJ 



52 



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\£x. No. 5225k - CRAFARD C.L. Deposition. 
Wa shington , D . C . 4-10-64 



Abmstbong Exhibit No. 5305-K 



53 



j:x.No.5305-L ARMSTRONG, A. Depositioji_ 
Dallas 4-U-64 



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,No.5305-L SENATOR,Geo. Deposition. 
Washington, D.C. 4-22-6^ 




'-Ex. No. 52251 - CRAFARD,C.L. Depositicn. 
Washington, D.C. 4-10-64 



Abmstbong Exhibit No. 5305-L 



54 



Jix. N0.5305-M ARMSTRONG, A. Deposition 
"" Dallas 4-14-64 




j:x.No.5225in - CRAFARD,C.L, Deposition, 
Washington, D.C. 4-IO-64 



Abmsteong Exhibit No. 5305-M 



55 



.EX.NO.5305-N ARMSTRONG,A. DepositiotL. 
Dallas ^-14-6^ 




-Ex.No.5225n - CRAFARD#C.L. Deposition^ 
Washington,D.C. 4-10-64 

Abmsteong Exhibit No. 5305-N 



56 



Ex. No. 5305-0 ARMSTRONG,A. Deposition^ 
Dallas 4-14-64 



.No. 5305-0 SENATOR, Geo. Deposition 
Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 




j:x.No.5225-o - CRAFARD,C.L. Deposition. 
Wa shington , D . C . 4-l0-o4 



Aemsteong Exhibit Xo. 5305-O 



57 



j:x.No.5305-P ARMSTRONG, A. DepositioiL. 
Dallas 4-U-64 



.N0.5305-P SENATOR,Geo. Deposition- 
Washington, D. C. U'22'ti^ 




•j:x.No.5225p - CRAFARD C.L, Deposition. 
Washing-ton, D.C. A-lO-64 



Aemsteong Exhibit No. 5305-P 



58 




--EX.NO.5305-Q ARMSTRONG,A. Deposition- 
Dallas 4-14-64 



jiLl^.No.5305-Q SENATOR, Geo. Deposition. 
Washington, D.C. 4-^2-64 




-Ex.No.5225q - CRAFARD,C.L. Deposition — 
Washington, D.C. 4-10-64 



Akmsteong Exhibit No. 5305-Q 



59 



-Jbc.No.5305-R ARMSTRONG,A. Deposition^ 
Dallas 4-14-64 




,ueo. Deposition 
Washington, D.C, 4-22-64 




Jx,No.5225r - CRAFARD,C.L. Dsposition^^ 
"" Washington,D.C. 4-IO-64 

Abmstkong Exhibit No. 5305-R 



60 




_Ex.No.5305-S ARMSTRONG^A. Deposition^ 
Dallas 4-U-64 



ii^.No. 5305-S SENATOR, Geo. Deposition^ 

Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 




Jbc.No. 5225b - CRAFARD,C,L. Deposition^. 



Armstrong Exhibit No. 5305-S 



61 



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.lix.No. ?jiuo-A ARMSTRONG,A. Deposition. 
Dallas A-lU-dA 



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Washington, D.C. 4-22-64 ~ 




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Washington, D.C. 4-10-64 



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_]ix.No.5306-B ARMSTRONG, A. Deposition— 
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_Ex.No.5307-A ARMSTRONG, A. Deposition 
Dallas 4-14-6A 



Jix.No.5307-A SENATOR, Geo. Deposition- 
Wash ington,D.C. 4-22-64 




Ex. No. 5223 - CRAFARD, C.L. Deposition_ 
Washington,D.C. 4-IO-64 



Armstrong Exhibit No. 5307-A 



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Fooo!(a.».io.5«j FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION ^ ] 

1 • r>«t. 11/26/63 



ANDREW ARMSTRONG, JR., 3821 Dickson Circle, Apartment J 

C, employed as bartender and who -works as an assistant to JACK > 

LEON RUBY in the management of the Carousel Clab, 1312^ Commerce f 

Street, Dalas, Texas, advised ho has been -sorking there for \i 

about the past year for RUBY. '. 

ARMSTRONG advised he had engaged in conversation with ""• 
RUBY on Friday afternoon, November 22, 1963, at which time <^ ^ 

RUBY appeared to be very much upset over tie assassination >^ . 

of President JOHN F. KiSNNEDY. This contact was made shortly ^ C 
after noon on that date, was from the offices of The Dallas >£ 
Morning News. ARMSTRONG advised he does not know whether or 
not his employer, RUBY, had witnessed the Presidential parade >;^ j 
pass but at the time of the conversation ba Friday, shortly v-^ f 
after noon, RUBY did not make mention that he lad witnessed r ^^ S 
the Presidential motorcade, however, did appear to be emotionally ^ J^ . 
upset over the assassination. ^C ^ 

ARMSTRONG advised that the last contict he had with ^ rr^^J 
RUBY was about 9:00 PM, Saturday, November 23, 1963, at which '^'^^ '^ 
time RUBY did not make any mention as to his plans or intentions ^ ^ 
and seemed much more calm and settled in his conversation as ^ '^ 
compared to that on the previous day. p "^ 

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ARMSTRONG described RUBY as highly e;aotional, and one 
who would not allow jokes on the part of the mxier of ceremonies 
in the club which might be construed as being in an unfavorable 
light concerning certain races, religious faiths and political 
affiliations. 

At the time of talking wo RUBY on Friday, .November 
22, 1963, he had informed the Carousel Club would be closed 
Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights. The club v^as open for 
business on Monday, November 25, 1963, he said upon the in- 
structions of EVA GRANT, sister, of JACK RUBY. 

_ The photograph of LEE HARVEY OSWALD v/as shown to 
"JiillC'il-^ and he failed to identify such as being a patron of 
the Carousel Club and claimed he could not recall ever having 
seen this person at the club or in the company of JACK RUBY. 



11/26/63 Dallas, Texas DL 44-1639 

o» . _ File # 



ROBERT C. LISH & 
by Special A^>»ts GARY S. WTT^ON/cah D^^^ cJictQt.dli/££/H___ 

4/^^/ / 

ThU doeumaot oenlaln* nalthvr rvr'^-oandatlon* nor eonelaalan* oi lh« FBI. It U >*■ -«op»rty of th« FBI and U loaned to 
your o»«ner; M ond lla eeotoaU alJ|^0|«o b« dlatrlbulod ouKlda rour oij.ncy. '?|?? 



Vjx,No.5310-A ARM3TR0NG,A. Deposit ion_ '^ '- 
Dallas 4-14-64 ~ 



Abmsteong Exhibit No. 5310-A 



92 



DL 44-1639 



ARMSTRONG advised that no photographers were 
employed by the Carousel Club. 



the club: 



He stated the following are current employees of 



BILL SIMMONS, engaged as piano player, residing 
2530 West Fifth, Irving, Texas 

JOY DALE, employed as stripper, residing 424^ 
West Tenth Street, Apartment 3, Dallas, Texas; 

JOHN ANDERSON, employed as trumpet..player, residing 
2409 Atkinson, telephone BL 4-9343, Irving, Texas; 

KATHY KAY, employed as stripper, residing 325 North 
Ewing, Dallas, telephone WH 2-3268. 

He advised that the following persons are employed • 
as waitresses, they having worked there only a short time: 

MARGIE NORMAN, 2215 Cunningham, Irving, Vexas; 

BUNNY or BONNIE KELLY, 3500 Armstrong, Dallas, Texas; 

BECKY JONES, 115 North Adams, Dallas, Texas. 



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FD-302 (Her. 3-3-S9) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Dot.___W!Zifl 



ANDBErl ARhSTFONG, JF,, employed as bartender, 
the Carousel Club, 131?| Commercft Street, adviced JACK RUBY 
had alloued one LARBY (LW) to •?leep at the Carousel Club 
and had S'^en that individual froa about the time the State 
Fair of Texas had been in sef^slc-n at Dalla<? during October, 
1963. 

LAPPY hnd been employed at a oonc?selon of some 
kind at the State Fair and after the busines.^ had been un&uc- 
ceGsful had lost his .\ch and was taken in by FUBY. LPFm, 
further identification -unknown. l?ft the xi^s^i*^"'"* ~- ^^^ 
Carousel o-n Svarft^y rncrnlng, Noverab^r 23) i-9^1t end ban not 
been seen around the place 5i*>c:fj. Hi" whereabouts cr iestina- 
tion were urJcncwn- 

A 11 ^t or m.roe£- of the T*r?oas caliing -JACK RUBY 
at the Carousel Club hai been naintained by LARRY In a small 
spiral notebook "ith blue cover, the Tiii»-roo,-> of his recording 
the names being to inform RUBY thes^ ; is had c^Jled. 
The name-?, tf-lephone numbers ard oair '1 be'T'n i-Titten 
-;>: thi? bock by l/i?'.'Y, whose full W!r.e possibly is C. L. CRAWFORD 
or CFAFC'RD, n'-^ is ev5'!=?nced bv e. handvTitten letter left in the 
rcon which ho occupied at the Cs.rou3el. 

The orig'!nal notebook described above was obt'J.ned 
from AW)?Ji'-i f^l'lSTROK- f JP,^ Bartender, Caroused Club. 



Armstrong Exhibit No. 531O-B 



11/27/0? „* Do.Ua^, TKi-an p.|^ „ TL hh.1639 



, ^ , SA ECEEPr C, l.wH/'-r.h II/27/63 

by Special Agent ! — , Date dictated ' 



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This document contains neither recommendations nor concluelona of the FBI. It Is the property of the FBI and Is loaned to 
your agency; It and Its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency. 



Abmstkong Exhibit No. 5310-B 



94 



T>-3oa (R.». j^-5») FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

nntn Doccnbor 13, 1963 
1_ ■ 

ANDRS\r ARMSTRONG was contacted at tho Carousel Club, 
1312|- Connerce Street, Dallas, T^xas^ to ascertain if the 
Carousel Club had ever employed any fecale photographers r.r.d 
to further ascertain the policy of the club concerains tc.:-i;-.3 
of photographs in the club. AR.MSTRONG furnished the following 
inf or:aation : • 



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during the past year and a half. During that period the club ■ ^ 
has never euployed a photogrispht^r. Daring that period, ARI-ISTRONG 
could recall "Jof no instance where a wonan photographer had 
photographed anyone in the club with the exception of one 
photograph who took a picture subsequent to the nurder of v 

LEE HARVEY OSWALD. 

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As a general policy, the club does not allov; patrons 

to bring caneras into the club and tske pictures of patrons or j'T' "^"^ : 
perf orners . On rare occasions, ARI'-ISTRONG takes photographs of 

patrons with their persiisaion who havi gone on the stage to Ji ' "^ 

perforn with one of the strippers or who has gone on tho stage ^ ^_i . 

to accept a prize won at tha tis;* the club rafflos off n • •[ 
chanpagne, dolls, etc. These photographs are in aost instances n • i; 

taken by ARMSTRONG hinself with a polaroid canera and tho ,1 ^^ 

photograph is given to the patron photographed. c^ a^ 

Approxinately threa Wfj^eks prior to the assassination <\ "7 >* 
of President KENNEDY a free la.rice photographer fron the v;cst 
coast whose first nane is AL (LNU), took a series of photographs 
in the club with RUBY'S perraission with the intention of selling 
then to sone national Magazine. At the time those photographs 
were taken, written waivers were obtained fron patrons photographed 
by. AL (LNU) . ARMSTRONG had heard that AL hiad sold this scries 
of photographs taken at tho Carousel Club to Life eiagazine. 

ARMSTRONG raiteratad the Carousel Club during his 
tenure had never employed & photographer, either nale or 
feciale. 



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£jc. No, 5310-0 ARJ4STR0NG,A. Deposition^ 
— ; [ Dallas 4-1A-64 

12/9/63 Dallas, Texas ^^ _., „ Dallas 44-1639 

ALVIN E. ZIMMERMAN & / /^^ 
»y Spttciol Acontr. ■-••.■■>T?PW n, PVr.a.q.-AT. Dot. dictated •^^/^'^/O^ 

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95 

744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 8 



FD.302 (H»v. 3-J-i») 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF iNVESTIGAT.w.-l 



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Dote Doccnbcr 10. 19S3 



A1>JDRS-/ ARI'ISTRONG, Manager, Carousel Club, 1312^- Co:~.orc-- 
Street, Dallas, Texas, v.-a3 lntei?viewcd at which tino he furnished 
the following Information! 

ARMSTRONG has been employed at oho Carousol Club for 
the past year and a half and during that period no entertainers 
by the nancs of BETTY RHODES or LOU CUTLETJ have appeared at 
the Carousel Club. 

ARI-ISTRONG nado a search of his rccoirds and advised he 
could locato no reference to a BETTY RKODi:S or a LOU CUTLET. 

ARI-ISTRONG stated ho could locato no inforcation indicating 
any of the following entortalnoro had evor apiJcarcd at the Carousol 
Club: 

EDGAR HESS, 6802 Thcota Avcnuo, Pania, Ohio, Te-chnical 
Director; 

DON LIBERTO, 65 West 95th Street, Nov; York; 

BETTY KOERBER GLOVER, 3^7 East 20th Street, Apartaont 

KIP KARLISLE, 430 East 72nd Street, #22, New York; 
• MRILYNI.ROSS, 175 West 79th Street, New York; 
BILL PISRSON, 130 V/est 44th Street, New York; 
r-liss CHELE ABLE, I67 East 71st Strecjt, Nev; York; 
JO BISHOP (Stage Director), 213 Naglo Avcnuo, New ^ 



York; 



GORDON MUMFORD, I60 West 73rd Street^ New York. 






12/9/63 



by Spociol Agont a. 



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Dallas, Texas 



ALVIN ZIMMERI^IAN & 
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Dallas 44-1639 



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Doto dictated I2AO/63 



TkU doeum«ol oonlalna neither raeommandatlona nor eonciualon* o< th» FBI. It !• tha property of th* FBI and U i»=r.od '.s 
rour acaney; U aod Ita contanta ara net to b« diatrlbulad outalda your aqt^f^^ 



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£x.No.5310-D ARMSTRONG, A. Depositioiu- 
Dallas 4-U-64 



Abmstkong Exhibit No. 5310-D 



96 



ro^oa (R.». i-»^«) (^ FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIG/'">N 

December lu, 1953 

(1) 

ANDREW ARMSTRONG, bartender, Carousel Club, advised he did not 
know of any girl named GLORIA whom RUBY had been dating. 

ARMSTRONG described a girl who had worked as a hostess for five 
or six nights at the Caz^usel Club and whom RUBY had taken home after closing 
hours on each of the nights she worked as follows: 

Race White 

' Sex Female 

Height 5 '2" 

Weight 115 - 120 pounds 

Hair Brown 

ARMSTRONG stated that this girl, undoubtedly, was the one who 
had been seen with RUBY at the B & B Cafe, inasmuch as RUBY customarily ate 
at that place after closing hours. 

ARMSTRONG recalled that this girl had remained aloof from the other /« 
" employees and only eissigned waitresses to handle incoming groups; further that v 
she had worked for two or three nights and had been miased for a couple of nightsj . 
and returned there for, he believed, three more nights and then quit. / 

ARMSTRONG stated that this girl was no longer in town, to his Q 

knowledge, .inasmuch as be had attempted to locate her after KUBY*s incarceration,,^ 

' on the possibility that she might be able to assist in the operation of the ^ 

: Carousel Club in RUBY's absence. 




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&C.N0.53IO-E ARMSTRONG A. Deposition— 
. yn ^ Dallas • 4-U-64 

on 12/13/63 Dallas, Texas p.|^ ^ DL H»+-1639 

by Sptciol Aff.nts JAMES C. KENNEDY and WILL HAYDEN Dote dictated 12/l'*/63 

GRIFFZKteah/bnm 

ThlM doeuB«ol eeoUiln* h*l'>tr r.ccMatHdallena nor eoaeinaien* of lh« FBI. tl U ti>« prop*rtr o< th« FBI and u leaned to 
TOM a«*Beyt « l«»d )•*•.... ^ . -MvV,, diattUMtajfl Mkbldt fbbir agtaer* 

Aemstbong Exhibit No. 5310-E 



97 



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15L 44-1639 
JED/Jn 

The following Investigation was conducted by SA 
JOHN E, DALLMAN at Dallas, Texas on December 17, 19^3: 

A search of the address book of JACK RUBY reflected 
the notation Larry Latin Band, followed by the numbers 
PR 5737. 

The Dallas County Sheriff's Office advised that 
1963 Texas license PR 5737 was Issued to LEST ON B. PRICE, 
2946 Mark Twain Drive, Dallas. 

LEST ON B. PRICE, 2946 Mark Twain Drive, advised 
that he is in possession of I963 Texas llcenae PR 5737. He 
stated he is a plumber by occupation, had never heard of 
JACK RUBY or LEE HARVEY OSWALD prior to the President's 
assassination and OSWALD'S murder. He stated he had never 
heard of the Larry L^tln Band. 

The following individuals advised that they could 
locate no record identifiable with the Larry Latin Band or 
verifications ' of the name ; 

SAM ISAACSON, Assistant Secretary, Dallas Federation 
of Musicians, Local 147/ 14 I6 East Commerce Street; - 

WILMA HUGHES, American Guild of Variety Artists, 
1500 Jackson Street; 

BIRDIE SUE BELCHER, Merchants Retail Credit 
Association, 2112 Jackson Street; 

PATRICIA SIWIEC, Records Bureau, Dallas Police 
Department; 

ANDREW ARMSTRONG, Manager, Carousel Club. 

Both SAM ISAACSON and WILMA HUGHES advised that 
they are familiar with almost every band that has performed 
In the Dallas area In recent years and that they had never 
heard any reference to the Larry Latin Band. 

Armstrong Exhibit No. 5310-E — Continued 



98 



ro^oi (n.r. »o.5»» FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION V ) 

p^,^ December 21, 1963 
(1) 

ANDREW ARMSTRONG, Manager, Carousel Club, was contacted at the 
Carousel Club, 1312 1/2 Connerce Street, Dallas, Texas, relative to a report 
that two amateur photographers using Polaroid cameras had free access to 
the club and photographed the strippers and patrons of the club. 
Mr. ARMSTRONG furnished the following information: 

ARMSTRONG has been managing. the Carousel Club since. JACK RUBY was 
incarcerated on November 2'+, 1963, and for 1 1/2 years prior to that time 
worked at the Carousel Club as bartender and general handyman. During this 
period ARMSTRONG has never seen any amateur photographers who had free run of 
the Carousel Club, has never seen a Polaroid camera on the premises, with >~ 
the exception of the camera, used by the Carousel Club. The camera owned by ^ 
the clxtb is used to photograph patrons who have won prizes or who have \ 
participated in the show. These photographs are usually taken by AR2<{STR0NG ^^ 
and ar« given to the customers prior to the time they depart the club. ^ 



The Carousel Club naintains no photographs taken of customers 
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ANDREW ARMSTRONG, JR., Assistant Manager, Big D 
Copa Club, formerly knovm as the Carousel Club, 1312-1/2 Commerce 
Street, Dallas, Texas, furnished the following information with 
regard to the time period from about 11:53 AM until about 4:00 PM " 
or 4:30 PM, November 22, 1963: 

He got on the bus near his home at about 11:53 AM and 
traveled the regular bus route to the bus stop at Main and Akard 
Street, Downtown Dallas, at about 12:25 PM. At the time he got 
of I the bus he noticed that the Presidential Motorcade, or a 
large cr>owd of people watching the Motorcade , were at Main and 
Lcunar Streets, a few blocks west of where he got off the bus. >^ 

Upon alighting from the bus, he walked to the Carousel Club, . C^ 
whibh took him approximately four or five minutes. He estimates ? 
he krrived at the Carousel Club at about 12:30 PM. "x 

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\ Upon arrival at the club, he went to a room m the rear v 

of the club and took off his jacket and then went to the men's N 

rooih. While in the men's room, he heard sirens and it sounded to '^ 

himjas though there were many more than just one or two sirens. ^ 

He became curious about this and consequently left the men's room .\ 

and went to another room^ where he keeps his portable I'adio. He ^ 

tuned it to Station KLIF, Dallas, and announc«jments were being ^i 

made over the radio that someone had fired at the Presidential A 

Motorcade. He then immediately ran to a room in the club, where H- ^ 

CURTIS LAVERNE CRAFARD, commonly known as LARRY, was sleeping, .) ^j' 

and awakened him. He told LARRY that someone had just shot at the 1^-^ ^\\L,I 

President. LARRY, being a very hard sleeper, did not awaken oH 

comp^-etely at that time and did not get up. "^ V. i 

I He, ARMSTRONG, then listened to the radio for two or J --^^ ^ 
thre4 more minutes and heard several apparently confused announce- ,,\ 

ments on the radio and heard that the car carrying President j j^ 

KENNEDY was on its way to Parkland Hospital, He then returned to r ^ 
the room where CRAFARD. was sleeping and awakened him, CRAFARD got"^ j 

up cind got dressed. While he was doing this, they both listened ^ 

to '•Radio Station KLIF on ARMSTRONG'S portable radio. w 

I Approximately five to fifteen minutos after LARRY got up, 
JACK |i« RUBY telephoned him, ARMSTRONG, at thu Carousel Club. He 



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believes that RU3Y was calling from the Dallas Morning News 
Building inasmuch as he heard typewriters in the background and 
also knew that it was'RUBY's habit on Friday morning to go to 
the newspaper building for the purpose. of composing his newspaper 
ads for his clubs for the week-end. RUBY talked to him for three 
or four minutes, and he surmised that RUBY was calling to tell him . 
that the President had been shot; however, RUBY apparently heard 
his radio playing in the background and said, "Qh, you have 
already heard?" and he told RUBY that he had. RUBY at that time 
told him, "If anything happens, we are going to close the club." 
RUBY then told him that he would see him after a short while. 
ARMSTRONG recalls that RUBY forgot to ask him if he had fed the 
dogs, which he keeps at the club inasmuch as it was RUBY's regular 
habit almost every time he called ARMSTRONG to ask him if the dogs 
have been fed. 

He, ARMSTRONG, kept the radio tuned to Station KLIF, Ij 

Dallas, for the remainder of that afternoon. At approximately i 

1:30 PM, he heard the official announcement when it was first 

made, that President KENNEDY was dead. ■} 

Prior to the announcement of President KENNEDY'S death, 
he had heard several announcements on the radio station to the 
effect that an officer of the Dallas Police Department had been i 
shot. He does not recall hearing the name of the police officer 
during these announcements and believes, to the best of his 
recollection, that the of f icer had not been identified by name at. 
the time these announcements were made. 

About fifteen or twenty minutes after hearing the first 
official announcement of the death of President KENNEDY, JACK L, 
RUBY arrived at the Carousel Club. He, ARMSTRONG, believes this 
was at approximately 1:45 or 1:50 PM. RUBY appeared to be dis- 
traught and mumbled something about "What a terrible thing." 
ruby's first coherent statement after his arrival at the club was 
that the club was closed and would be closed for the next three 
days. 

ruby immediately went to a telephone which has telephone , 
number RI 7-2362 and started making telephone calls. He had 
completed one or two telephone calls within a matter of less than 
five minutes when they both overheard an announcement on Radio 
Station KLIF to the effect that Officer TXPPIT of the Dallas Police 

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Department had been shot and killed, RUBY mentioned to him, 

ARMSTRONG, at that time that he knew Officer TIPPIT. ARMSTRONG 

said he believes that this may have been the first announcement 

on Station KLIF which identified by name the officer who had been 

shot. (It has been established through records of the Dallas 

Police Department that Officer J. D. TIPPIT waa shot and killed 

at approximately 1:18 PM, November 22, 1963.) I 

JACK L. RUBY remained at the Carousel Club until 
approximately t:00 PM. ARMSTRONG said he could not be accurate 
about that time but this is the best estimate he could give as - 
to when RUBY left the Carousel Club, During the time RUBY was 
there, he gave ARMSTRONG instructions to contact all of the 
Carousel Club employees and tell them that the club would be 
closed Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday night. He, 
ARMSTRONG, started making these telephone calls at about 2:30 PM, 
One of the persons he called was "LITTLE LYNN", who resides in 
Fort Worth, Texas, 

RUBY was on the telephone almost all of the time he was 
in the club and made several long-distance telephone calls, as 
well as numerous local telephone calls, RUBY was crying nearly 
all of this time. He, ARMSTRONG, knows, through hearing names 
mentioned and cities mentioned by RUBY while making these telephone 
calls, that long-distance calls were made that day to Arlington, 
Texas, where RUBY talked to RALPH PAUL, and to Detroit, Michigan; 
Chicago, Illinois, and Los Angeles, California. The only local 
telephone calls that he, ARMSTRONG, can identify were calls made 
to EVA L. GRANT and Dr. COLEMAN JACOBSON. 

He, ARMSTRONG, has no personal knowledge of any activities, 
travels or whereabouts of JACK L, RUBY between the time RUBY called 
him from the Dallas Morning News Building and the time RUBY arrived 
at the Carousel Club. RUBY did not discuss that time period with 
him, and he has no way of knowing of RUBY's activities at that 
time, RUBY has never mentioned to him any intention of going to 
Parkland Hospital, Dallas, or of having gone there at any time. 

/ARMSTRONG, advised that he recalls that sometime between 
2:00 PM and 3:00 PM he answered the telephone at the Carousel Club 
and a woman asked to speak to Mr. RUBY. He recalls telling this 
woman that Mr. RUBY was at that time talking on another telephone 
and the woman asked him to have Mr. RUBY return her call as soon 
as possible* This woman gave him a telephone number, and he 
belxeves he recalls the name ALICE being mentioned by the woman as ' 
her name* He knows that this woman was not euaong his own 

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acquaintances although he has heard of a woman by the name of 
ALICE NICHOLS who was a former girl friend of JACK Lr RUBY. 

ARMSTRONG said with regard to the foregoing informa- 
tion that due to the passage of time since the events set out 

! above and the general state of confusion at the time these events 
were occurring, he could not be certain to the minute with regard 
to the times of day set out above. He stated, however, that 
after reflection, and after going over these stated times of day, 
he believes they are accurate to within a few minutes, to the 

Ibest of his recollection, 

j ARMSTRONG related that he does not recall any woman 

Ivisiting JACK L. RUBY at the Carousel Club during the afternoon 
j:of November 22, 1963, and he does not recall RUBY having gone to 
'his office or having been in his office at the club during that 
afternoon.. He said that RUBY usually does most of his paper work 
at a table near the front door of the club where the telephone is 
[located. He said thdre is another telephone in the club which is 
a pay station and which has telephone number Riverside 1-0289, 
He said he does not recall JACK L. RUgY using the pay station 
I telephone at any time that day* 

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CHARLES OLIVER ARNETT, 1223 South VJaverly Drive, 
x^as contacted at his residence and was advised of the 
identity of the interviewing agents, the fact that he did not 
have to make a statement and that any statement made bj^ hia 
could be used against him in a court of IcW. He was advised 
that he had a right to consult an attorney prior tc 
any statement. 

ARNETT stated he is a captain in 
police force and has been a reserve police 
past ten years. He stated tb^t on Saturd^; 
23, 1963, jiie wa3 ..j3J:fitrione.dLall-^ha.,door ja£.j 

office at3 -h£__BJ3lT^'^ ^T-'^^*""^*^r.;' ^5^'~^'?,^y.- „ .. . 

unauChOlfrz ed persons from the_.^gy!i^^'^3^^ ^♦-3~;E^^jB^-a;c-ed — ^j-^T" 
ti& Wciy LUid T)y an unidentified patroliaan to call LiexSiehant 
MERRELL, which he did, and was advised by MERJRELL that the 
police department had requested that a fe\< reserve officers 
report to the basement or the Police and Courts Building 
the next morning for assignment. 

Captain ARNETT advised his man and on the follcv7ing 
morning, Sunday, November 24, 1963, hs_ar3riYed ^ the Assem bly 
Room of the Police and Courts Building at about ~9SUU a,£a. " 
and was asked by Lieutenant '..'iuGINS of the police department 
to furnish men to search the basement parking area of the 
Police and Courts Building. He advised he was later requested! 
by Captain LAWRENCE of the police department to furnish five 
or six men on traffic duty at the site of the assassination 
(f the President, Captain ARNETT stated he also furnihed 
three or four men on Commerce Street adjacent to the Police 
and Courts Building to help direct traffic and remove 'spectatprs 
from the immediate area and also f urnished one man at the 
intersection of Pe^r l f^ni Cpmmoi-^p .citrcie^s to dtTecE 
traffic because o f a faulty signal' l ight . ~- " 

Captain ARNETT stated he was in the basement during 
this entire period and that about 11:05 a.m. he took a 
position in a line of men composed of both newsmen and 
police officers which extended from the jail lobby door to the 



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location of the two operating television cameras. He 

stated this line of men were facing into the parking 

area with their backs to the Main Street ramp. He stated there 

V7as a man in civilian clothes on his imnediate right who was ' 

holding a microphone and also a man in civilian clothes 

on his immediate left holding a note pad. and next to this 

individxial was Captain GLEN KING. He stated he recalls there 

was another individual standing to Captain KING's left 

but that he does not know who this individual was or if 

he was in uniform. Captain ARNETT stated that this line of 

men separated to allow a police vehicle to exit on the Main 

Street ramp and that they later had to separate, as a vehicle 

was backed- into their area. 

Captain ARNETT stated that as OSWALD was v;Blking 
past him, accompanied by two plainclothes detectives, a man 
appeared in front of OSWALD with his right hand extended 
and he then heard what sounded like a gunshot, ARNETT stated 
he then saw that the man vho had stepped in front of OSWALD 
was carrying a gun and that he immediatel/ rushed to this 
individual and managed to grab his leg and that assisted 
by other police officers, carried thia individual into the 
jail lobby. ARNETT stated th^ when they reached the jail 
lobby, this individual stated "I am JACK RUBY, you all 
know me." ARNETT stated that was the first that he knew he 
had been holding JACK RIJBY. 

Captain ARNETT stated tte: he did see the shooting 
as noted above. He stated he did not know JACK RUBY prior to 
this and that he had never worked for RUBY and did not know 
anyone who did. He estimated there ware between 15 and 20 
individuals in the basement area of the Police and Courts 
Building other than police officers at the time of the 
shooting. He advised he was not given a briefing of the 
security me^'.sures to be employed in the basement, and that 
it seemed to him thait individual assignments were made as the 
situation developed. ARNETT stated he does not know of any 
unauthorized persons permitted entrance to the basement or 
of anyone being permitted to enter without identification. 
ARNETT was exhibited a photograph of JACK RUBY taken on 
November 24, 1963, and he stated he does not recall seeing 
this individual in .the -basement prior to the shooting and 
that he is sure he has never had occasion to talk to RUBY . . 
at any time in the past. He stated he does not have any 
information concerning any relatlpnshlp between OSWALD and 

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'^*^^^^-i^ AHNETT,Chas.O. DepositToT^ 

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"November 27, 1963 
"Mr. J. E. Curry fiA^^ 
"Chief of Police CA^ << 1 A 'i 

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r^ff.if *aIJ?^®°^?*^ ^J- ^^^^« relating to my activity as 
a Reserve Officer Sunday, November 24? 1963 to ihl L?? 
of my knowledge and recollection! ' ''®®^ 

1. Approximate time I reported to duty. 9:00 A.M. 
2." I reported to Lt. Merrell in Assembly Room. 

^' L??lt?on^ior'^f?° "p^y ^^^^*^ ^^^ ^^« ^° ^eq«est trans- 
portation for five Reserves to the Elm-Houston 'Area 
Request was through Chief Lunday and Lt. WiggLs i 
squad transferred these men. Sgt Dean remlf«5^f A ™ 
af? th/'"'" 'S searching the'fase^In?.^Ts^oner 
iWyr "^^^ Y® ^^ °" *^^l^ i« the assembly ro^a? this 
ti? hioPP''°2!^^l^^y ^° °^^"> ^«<i w^nt with Sgt Dean^ 
the basement. Sgt. Dean and Sgt. Putnam directed ^h^ 
Reserves to other regular officers t-hnT^L7oil ? 

th±rnoS?Mi° ^'^^ position until Reserve J. C. Hunt took 

position until after the shooting! ISsSns wL were at 
shoot:?^^£^^^4°" J"*^^ P^^°^ ^°^"<i ^t the tSe If the 
wes2 wall tS;n^jr?r°.r^*^^ ^ microphone next to the 

and paper! thIS Can? ^n«^^2"''^^^'^ ^'^^"°^ ^^^ ^ P^°<=il 
Pxiflf-^S r«..J v^ P^*^5i°&» ^^®" anotier person to the 
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"After meii had been assigned. Police Supervisors were 
requesting men, if we could spare them, and several were 
taken to other positions outside the basement. Some 
Reserve Supervisors who had no particular assignment 
took these positions that were being vacated. 

"I saw Capt. Fritz entering the basement from the jail 
office, approximately four or five feet behind were the 
detectives with Oswald. Just as they entered the driveway 
.1 saw a man lunge (from beside the TV Camera that was on 
;the east side of the drive where you enter the parking 
area) toward Oswald. I did not see the gun until after 
{the shooting. 



4. Names of other officers in the same area that I can 
recollect are: Capt. King, Sgt. Dean & Putnam, Capt. 
Talbert, Det. Beaty, Harrison, Lt. Wiggins, Officer 
Slack, Chief Batchelor. 

Reserves - Lts. McCoy, Kriss, Suits, Sgt. Croy, J. C. 
Hunt, H. H. Hatley, R« A. Cox, J. R. Hopkins, G. E. 
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5. Did you know Ruby? Not my name • but by sight as a 
night club operator. 

6* When and under what circumstances did you see Ruby? 

"See statement in body of report. 

"Signe d! C. 0. ARNETT 



"C « 0. Amett, Reserve Captain" 

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J"AM2S>YC0V. Akci,, J:-v,.3 T:-.o,.-.as, of 2715 Hibcrnia, 
Dallas, Texas J was advice, of '^!.j i:._..-:ity of the intervic/^ing 
A^ent end of the fact th:.t /.„ oi'.cl not h.r.ve to make any state- 
ncntj that any .statcr.-jv.t 1-.;: i .da could be used agaiiist him in 
a court of lavj and of i.is righu to consult an attorney. 

AYCOX explained that the paper found on the person 
of JA.CK RULY listing his nas-.e along x-iith three others and 
also shewing that they had a draw of $10 on Novenjber 20, 
19S3, X'jas a payment made to the baiid that plays at the Vegas 
Club. AYCOX stated that the follovjxng individuals were Eerabers 
of the "Blazers.*' 

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LEONARD WOODS •■• 

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JA2CS DOTSON . .? 

JAI'ZS AYCOX •' 

AYCOX stated that he played at this club for approxi- 
nately two weeks to a r.ionth and that he tp-rrainated his 
employment on Ncveaber 20, 1963. Ke met RUBY through RUBY's 
sister, EVA. GR^'-NT, the first night that thsy played at the 
club. He stated that he '■..■■ould see RUBY' approximately every 
other .night tharecf. - , /. he stopped in at the Vegas 
(^lub to "see how t/ . - .e going." Ke did not knov; JA-CK 

P£f:<r£ he sedu^u ^o vrork at the club. Ee does not knov? 
:;;:. r.il'vZV OSi.V.lIj cT-.c cf^j:" examining OSWALD'S photo, stated that 
he never sav 05"..'-.'_.D cr.c .;.,.'/ L-c^ether. He knew of no subversive 
organizatic.-iS cs.d :";J_'\' . _ e co or of any conspiracy 
betv7een RUBY ar.d any o^l.-v L.-.,....vidual to kill OSv.ViD, He kncv? 
nothir-s of RUBYs travels, b\^- jtated that he has 
seen r.e:.'.bers of the Dalir.s Police Department in the Vegas 
club while they ir.ade their nightly tour. Ke knev; of no other 
connection betvjeen RUBY er.d the police Department. 

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"7435; cru~s", found in RUBY's automobile during the 
search of his pro;:ertyj '..'as the phone nur.l" .: t.'here 

"Blazers." 

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15. FRONT OF TIPPIT SQUAD CAR SHOWING POSITION AT 
KILLING SITE. 

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19. SPOT WHERE PATROLMAN TIPPIT FELL. (ARROW ] 

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MONTHLY DETAILS 

of the 

DALLAS POLICE DEPARTMENT 



CURRY, J. E, 



CHIEF OF POLICE 



Batchelor, Charles 
King, Glen D« 

Tanner, J. A» 
Stevenson, M. W« 

Lumpkin, George L* 

Lunday, R« H. 

Fisher, N. T* 

Smith, B, B. 

Sawyer, J. H« 
Putnam, H. J. Jr« 
Kockos, H« C* 
Hipskind, V. K. 



Assistant Chief of Police 

Captain of Police 
Administrative Assistant to the 
Chief of Police 

Night Chief of Police 

Deputy Chief of Police 
Criminal Investigation Division 

Deputy Chief of Police 
Service Division 

Deputy Chief of Police 
Traffic Division 

Deputy Chief of Police 
Patrol Division 

Deputy Chief of Police 
Director, Civil Defense and 
Disaster Commission 

Inspector of Police 

Inspector of Police 

Inspector of Police 

Lieutenant of Police 
Departmental Safety Officer 



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NOVEMBER 
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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES 



CHIEF'S OFFICE 

Sorrells, Eunice, Secretary 8 

Ayers, Pearl, Stenographer 5 

Hammett, A. B., Patrolman 

Moore, T, F,, Patrolman 



ASSISTANT CHIEF'S OFFICE 
Proza, Carolyn, Stenographer-Secretary 6 

DEPUTY CHIEFS* OF ICES 

SERVICE DIVISION 

Bock, Frances, Stenographer-Secretary 6 

PATROL DIVISION 
Ranwey, Avaneil, Stenographer-Secretary 6 

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION 
Schreiber^ Ann, Stenographer-Secretary 6 

TRAFFIC DIVISION 
Mull lean, Madge, Stenographer-Secretary 6 

INSPECTORS" OFFICE 
Weimar, Naomi, Stenographer 5 



NOVEMBER 
-2- 19 6 3 



Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



119 



SPECIAL SERVICE BUREAU 



OanDaway, W. P. Captain In Charge 



Dyson, W, F. 
Revill, J. 
Kamlnskl, £• 
Cornwall, F. I. 
Gilmore, J. R* 
Ingarglola, T. 



1. 


Amos, H. A. 




2. 


•Arnold, H. R. 




3. 


Asbill, C, D. 




h. 


•Baggett, E. R. 




5. 


Beasley, J. L. 




6. 


Beaty, B. L. 




7. 


Biggio, W, S. 




8. 


Blankenship, D, L. 




9. 


Boyd, D. N. 




10. 


Brian, V. J. 




11. 


Brumley, M, H. 




12. 


Carroll, B. K. 




13. 


Cavender, C. H* 




1^. 


Clark, R. L. 




15. 


Ccmbest, B* U« 




16. 


•Diaz, R, T, 




17. 


Gage, J. L. 




18. 


Geer, D. E. 




19. 


•Green, D. A. 




20. 


Groves, C. R» 




21. 


Hart, H. M. 




22. 


Hearn, J. T. 




23. 


Helllnghausen, F. 


A. 


Zk. 


•Helm, J. R, 





Lieu 


tenant 


Lieu 


tenant 


Lieutenant 


Lieu 


tenant 


Lieu 


tenant 


Lieu 


tenant 


25. 


•Hilliard, W. G. 


26. 


•liutchinson, J. D. 


27. 


•Jaffe, R. J. 


28. 


•Jez, L. E. 


29. 


•Little, B. R. 


30. 


Livingston, W, P. 


31. 


•Macias, G. D. 


32. 


Maze, C. M. 


33. 


Honaghen, V. D. 


3^* 


Morgan, M, L. 


35. 


Norris, B. B, 


36. 


, Parks, P. M. 


37. 


♦Perry, rV. E. 


38. 


Shaffer, B. E. 


39. 


•Shelton, I. E. 


ko. 


Slovak, J. C. 


kl. 


Stringfellow, L. D, 


kz. 


Tarver, 0. J. 


^3. 


Taylor, E. E. 


H. 


Tippit, G. M. 


45. 


•Trotman, T, 0. 


k6. 


tValker, J. E. 


47. 


Wardlaw, T. T. 


48. 


Westphal, R. W. 



•Patrolmen temporarily assigned. 



Dunagan, Betty 
Lambert, Carol 
Robertson, Mary Jane 
Sosa, ElTira 

NOVEMBER, 1963 



Stenogra])her 5 

Clerk-Ty])ist 3 

Clerk-Typist 3 

Clerk-Typiet 3 



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Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



120 



PATROL DIVISION 

First Platoon 
12:00M - SjOOAM 

Platoon Commander 

Frazler, William B. ••••••.•• •...•.. Captain of Police 

Headoiiarter^ Station 

Tinley, J. W. Lieutenant of Police 

Corkery, Frank J. ) 

Holccmb, David E* 

Johnson, Willaxtl A. ) .••.•..•..•••• Sergeants of Police 

Lipe, Eugene 
Norwood, Park D* 

HoUingsvorth, Elton T Headquarters 

Freeman, Patsy , Police Clerk U 

Short, William 0. • ?farket 

Ford, Roosevelt ••••• Oakland Patrol 

Lister, John P. ••..•••• Oakland Patrol 



1. Adams, John Q* 

2. Baker, Joe B« 

3. Bateman, Billy D. 

A* Bloodworth, Thomas A* 

5. Burgess, Doreine L« 

6. Clark, Artie C. 

7. Clifton, Herbert D. 

8. Cranford, Jackie L. 

9. Crosby, William H. 

10. Curtis, Jerome M, 

11. Dean, William C. 

12. Dennis, Luther L« 

13. Dillard, Bobby M. 
H* Emberlin, Noble D. 

15. Feinglas, John N. 

16. Gage, Earl C. 

17. Hemby, Clyde R. 

18. Hutchins, D. D. 

19. Johnson, Royce C« 

20. Kimbrell, Bob J. 

21. Kirkpatrick, Donald E. 

22. LaMont, Louis R, 

23. Langbein, Jerry T. 
2A. Lay, Walter M, 
25* LoVen, Ollen E* 

26. Love joy. Brooks S. 

27. Martin, Elaar D* 



28. Martin, James H* 

29. McDonald, James H* 

30. McWhorter, Paul T. 

31. Norris, Carl J. 

32. Pace, Iferl S. 

33. Peachey, Jack T. 
34.. Perry, Bartley J, 

35. Perry, Bynum D. 

36. Phillips, Walter J, 

37. Powell, Billy L. 

38. Raley, Glen R. 

39. Sharpe, David L. 
10 » Smith, Charles E. 
^1, Stanton, Orville E. 

12, Starkes, Billy G. 

13. Stringer, Richard D. 
U. Swafford, Bill M, 

15. Tidwell, Harold D- 

16. Tigert, Jerry W. 
1.7. Triple tt. Finis 0. 
/^8. Turner, Dwlght C. 
/^9. Vance, Kenneth R. 

50. Vestal, Arvin M« 

51. Wade, William W. 
52* Watson, Norman 
53. Williams, Elton W. 
54* Williaffls, Thcoas E« 



NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



121 



PATROL DIVISION 

Northeast Area Substation 

First Platoon 
UtOCPA - 8:00AM 



Thonas, Harry D. 

Holcomb, James F* ) 

Snider, Trvanan C« ) 

TalMngton, Dan L. ) 



PATROLMEH 



1. Birdsong, Tonmy W, 

2. Brooks, Roy B. 

3. Cook, Melvin G. 
4.. Dixnegan, James H* 

5. Elrod, Ernest C. 

6. Everett, George F» 

7. Ford, Grady C, 

8. Galloway, Frankie D* 

9. Gaylon, Charles R. 

10. Gayler, !lorris G. 

11. Griffith, Charles T. 

12. Giorack, Billy J. 

13. Hall, William E, 
L^. Hamer, Durward L. 
15* Heard, Kenneth W* 

16. Hilbum, William H, 

17. lassiter, William R. 



Liexitenant of Police 
Sergeants of Police 



18. Lewis, Jack F. 

19. IIcKenzie, Theodore W. 

20. Pierce, Graham H. 

21. Portalatin, Ramon 

22. Reidling, Henry 0. 

23. Reynolds, Homer B. 
2A. Rowe, Robert A. 

25. Singletary, Clyde E. 

26. Smith, Don C. 

27. Tiirner, Lawrence L. 

28. Vannoy, Thomas H. 

29. Wagner, Robert C. 

30. Walton, Truett E. 

31. Waynick, Edward L. 

32. Wheeler, Ken M. 
33* Wood, James D. 
34.. Wright, James L. 
35. Zachry, Kenneth E. 



Northwest Area Substation 
First Platoon 

Amett, George C. ..•••••••.... Lieutenant of Police 

Box, Owen 0. ) 

Duncan, Leonard L. ) •••••••».•. Sergeants of Police 

Hallmark, James G* ) 

Hardy, Eugene M« «•• • •• Love Field 

May, Julian S. •••••••••.• • Love Field 



fmoWBH 



1. Ay res, Thcmas R. 

2. Barker, William E« 

3. Barnett, John W. 

4. Bible, Herbert A, 

5. Bice, Doyle G. 

6. Bowles, Jessie W« 

7. Cambridge, Darrel D« 

8. Crockett, G. L. 

9. Curtis, Louia R. 

10. Epps, Charles W. 

11. Florio, Felix F., 

12. Gainer, Glenn T.' 

13. Gamer, Kenneth J« 
14.. Hancock, Windle C« 
15. Howe, Jiosy !<• 



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16. Jeffus, James G. 

17. Kulwicki, Virgil F. 

18. Logan, Charles R. 

19. Macsas, Clifford J. 

20. Nash, Robert E. 

21. Pace, Norman E. 

22. Patton, Clyde T. 

23. Rictanan, Billy W. 
21, Schifelbein, Richard 

25. Spann, Lucian L. 

26. Stockton, Charles M. 

27. Thompson, Ernest B. 

28. Turner, Royce D. 

29. Warren, Harold W. 

30. Wlllingham, T. H. 

NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



122 



PATROL DIVIf?I( )H 

Southwest Area Substation 
First Platoon 
laiOd-I - 8tOOAH 



Byrd, Donald A. 

Bryant, J. D. ) 

Hunter, Richard T. ) 

Penny, Elton J. ) 



1. Bennett, John A» 
2« Berry, Samuel H# 
3. Breedlove, T. R. 
U» Cannon, Bob E. 
5» Corum, Johnny W» 

6. Crosby, John N, 

7. Curts, Harold F. 

8. Davie, Billy J. 

9. Deen, Edd L. 

10. Fowler, Aaron R. 

11. Fowler, Billy F. 

12. Franklin, Charles W« 

13. Golden, Aurice H. 
lA. Hatley, Bobby 0. 
1^. Hedrick, John G. 

16. Hemdon, Thomas U. 

17. Hilbum, Wmiam T. 

18. Kirkpatrlok, L« B« 
19* Lltherlaod, J* R* 



fA?:t9?^gW 



Lieutenant of Police 
Sergeants of Police 



20. Lusk, James W. 

21. Martin, Fred W. 

22. Martin, Olan W. 

23. McConnell, James 
24 • Mercer, James D. 

25. Tfetcalf, Clinton L. 

26. Moody, William C. 

27. Nichols, Norman D. 

28. Prichard, Bobby L. 

29. Robnett, Walter M. 

30. Sexauer, Fred E. 

31. Shinpaijgh, Oscar F» 

32. Simmons, Jerry D. 

33. Stanley, William W. 

34. Stewart, James D« 

35. Taylor, Loy B. 

36. Tubb, Robert P. 

37. Volcik, Charles E. 

38. Zook, David A. 

NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batcheloe Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



123 



PATROL D IV IS ION 

Second Platoon 

8x00AM - AtOOPM 



Platoon Ccpgaapder 

Talbert, Cecil S* •••••• .•••• •••• Captain of Police 

HeadQwrtera Station 

Pierce, Rio S* ••••••••••••• Lieutenant of Police 

Dean, P. Trevore ) 

Hill, Gerald L. ) 

Jennings, William Q« ) ••• ••••• Sergeants of Police 

Putnam, Jamas A. 
Richardson, Tfax I* 

Daniel, Syivln B* ••• Headquarters 

Bell, Beverly »••• ••••• Police Clerk i^ 

Hood, John F* •••••••••• Market 

Hill, Bmmitt ..••••••.••.•.•.•••••• Oakland Patrol 

Stafford, Donald A* ••••■•••• ••• Oakland Batrd 



BATOOIMSN 



1. Adamclk, John P. 

2* Anderton, Kenneth L« 

3. Bass, Billy L, 

4. Beddlngfleld, Buel Ti 

5. Bennlngfleld, Guy D» 

6. Bentley, Chandler F. 

7. Brock, Alvia R. 

8. Chandler, Lee Roy 

9. Counts, Robert B* 

10. Cox, Troy L, 

11. Doran, Nickey P. 

12. Edlngton, Calvin 

13. Goodson, Clyde F* 
U* Hall, Michael D. 

15. Hendry, Bobby J« 

16. Jones 9 Bob L« 

17. Ludvig, Owen H« 



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18. Lyon, Kenneth E. 

19. O'Dell, Velt 

20. Orsbum, Charles R. 

21. Patterson, Bobby G. 

22. Phillips, Fl yd G. 

23. Poe, Joe M. 
21^, Pollard, Jerry G. 

25. Ross, Raymond J. 

26. Sebastian, E. G. 

27. Shackelford, Robert J«J 

28. Speer, Louis G. 

29. Springer, Gerald K. 

30. Taylor, Lester C, 

31. Temple, Glllis W. 

32. Valentine, Jiiony M. 

33. Vaughn, Rpy E. 
3U» Williams, Frank S. 
35. Vise, Marvin L. 

NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchbxob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



124 



PATROL DIVISION 



Northeast /Lrea Substation 
Second Platoon 
SjOOAM - it:OOPM 



Knox, Earl G. 
Flusche, Donald F.) 
Maxey, Billy J. ) 
Shipley, Roy D. ) 



1* Duncan, Alvln D. 

2. Erwin, Dick K, 

3. Everitt, William A« 
U' Farris, ffex E. 

5. Gilbreath, Charles F 

6. Hall, Mansell L. 

7. Hlbba, Warren E. 

8. Kelley, Gilbert A, 

9. McDonald, Bobby J. 
10. Morris, WHliam F. 
11* Morrow, J. Ross* 



fA7y<?P1SM 



Lieutenant of Police 
Sergeants of Police 



12. Parker, William P. 

13. Phelps, Nathan W. 

14. Ramsey, James K. 

15. Salman, Lawrence R* 

16. Stanglin, Norman L. 

17. Tolbert, Gerald L# 

18. Wallace, James C« 

19. Wat kins, Richard A. 

20. Wilklns, Paul K. 

21. Wlnterbauer, Donald 

22. Woods, Don Q. 



Northwest Area Substation 
Second Platoon 

Woodall, Haral T. •••••• • Lieutenant of Police 

Burkhart, Samuel W.) 

Chllders, Roy C. ) Sergeants of Police 

Hansen, J. N. ) 

Ashcraft, Holly M Love Field 

Dorris, James H. ••••• •••• Love Field 



PATOOmEN 



1. Anderson, Kenneth K* 

2. Barnes, Billy E. 

3. Basham, Charles 0* 
U* Butcher, James F* 

5. Chism, John E. 

6. Farrell, Billy M. 

7. Graham, Clyde R, 

8. Hackney, Walter L* 

9. Hammer, George W* 
10. Hill, Leonard L. 



11. Lewis, Jemes M* 

12. Lvuia, Tom E. 

13. Pate, David L. 
H. Haz, Jerry 

15. Smith, J. T. 

16. Stansell, Eugene N» 

17. Thompson, Jackson T< 

18. Tucker, Donald P. 

19. Wesson, Charles H. 

20. Woodrow, Felix 0. 

NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



125 



PATROL DIVISION 

Southwest Area Substation 

Second Platoon 
8:00AM - AiOOPM 

Fulghum, WlUiam R. • Lieutenant of Police 

Davis, Hugh F. ) 

Owens, Calvin B. ) • Sergeants of Police 

Steele, Donald F. ) 



PA'mOI^EN 



1. Angell, J. L. 

2. Anglln, Billy W. 

3. Boyd, Truman L. 
U* Comer, Charles W. 

5. Fox, Leon L. 

6. Gregory, Thomas R» 

7. Gross, Roy L. 

8. Harrison, Charles W. 

9. Heltzel, Kennedy D. 

10. High, RT:ifus W. 

11. Holt, Carl D. 



-9^ 



12. Horn, Henry H. 

13. McDonald, Maurice N, 

14. Mentzel, William D. 

15. Nelson, Ronald C« 

16. Raley, Carl J. 

17. Ross, Thurman A. 

18. Smith, Walter E. 

19. Tilson, Tcmmy G. 

20. Tipplt, J, D. 

21. Wages, Homer J. 

22. Walker, Roy W. 

NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchelok Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



126 



PATROL DIVISION 

Third Platoon 
iltOOPM - 12:00M 

Ha toon Commander 

Souter, James M. •• • Captain of Police 

Headouartere Station 

Fields, Wayland E, ••• Lieutenant of Police 

Dahman, James F* 
Dugger, Robert E« 

Harrison, David C. ) Sergeants of Police 

Motley, William F. 
Tovmsend, P^ul 

Ballard, Joe B. • Headquarters 

Barnes, Miargle Police Clerk 4 

Edwards, Claude W ..•••••. Market 

Evans, Dan M. Clakland Patrol 

Starks, William M. • Oakland Patrol 



fA?yomsy 



1. Allen, Julian B. 

2. Benefleld, Charles R. 

3. Bliss, Albert G. 

4-. Culpepper, Godfrey R« 

5. Dryk, Ralph T. 

6. Eady, Harvie G. 

7. Elwonger, Charles R« 

8. Evans, Joe W, 

9. Foiilks, Raymond T« 

10. Fuller, Novel L, 

11. Gee, Thomas E. 

12. Gentry, William F. 

13. Hallman, Charles R- 
iZ. Heath, Ronald G. 

15. Harper, Warner A* 

16. Hestand, Billy J, 

17. Hunter, J. J. 

18. Johnston, James R« 

19. Jones, Joe B. 

20. Kelley, TUlaon L. 

21. Kinazxi, Leroy C. 

22. Kirby, Jesse W, 
23* Langham, William E* 
2A» Lisman, Gary L* 

25. Maddox, Tomny D* 

26. MathlBy Maricn R. 



27. McDonald, Joe D. 

28. Mee, Clarence D* 

29. Melton, Bradley R. 

30. Moore, Curtis 

31. Morris, Nell W. 

32. Murdock, Joe W. 

33. Neal, Glen D. 
3A. Olsen, Harry N. 

35. Pelham, Billy F. 

36. Perdue, Donald E. 

37. Randolph, I^dison W. 

38. Remes, Herman 

39. Rice, Harold M. 
Z^O. Robblns, Weld on E. 
/^l. Sales, Joseph R, 
ItZ. Slemmons, James K. 
13, Smith, William D. 
iU.. Sorsby, Sam 0, 

/^5. Stevens, Quillan D. 
46. Stevens, Robert D. 
/^7. Strebeck, Albert H« 
iV8. Stubbs, Wllbum H. 
A9. White, Kenneth R. 

50. Wilkerson, Eugene A. 

51. Williams, Glovis J. 

52. Wilson, Johnnie M. 

53. York, James W, 



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NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



127 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 10 



PATROL DIVISIO N 



Northeast Area Substation 
Third Platoon 
4.tOOHf - 12:00M 



Winters, Robert H» 
Johnson, Edward T* 
Jones, Teddy L« 
Southall, Melvin P. 



1. Anderson, Joe D« 

2. Atkins, Don E, 

3. Barge, Horace C» 
4.. Beard, David J. 

5. Braziel, W. R. 

6. Burns, Lee R. 

7. Busby, Charles R. 

8. Chadwick, James L» 

9. Clark, Jack W. 

10. Cline, Raymond R. 

11. Davis, Harley J. 

12. Franklin, Charles L. 

13. Gay Ion, Tcramy J. 

14. Groblewski, August B« 

15. Hancock, Jim R. 

16. Hooten, David E* 

17. Jones, Paskel A. 

18. Johnson, William E* 

19. Kozlovsky, Edmund R, 

20. Lawson, Merle J« 



FATPPt^MSff 



Lieutenant of Police 



Sergeants of Police 



21. Lynch, Charles L. 

22. McSpedden, Raymond H. 

23. McVay, Harold A, 
TMr. Miller, Louis D. 

25. Owen, Gerald W. 

26. Parker, Jon R. 

27. Poole, Thomas P. 

28. Riggs, William A. 

29. Riley, Robert E. 

30. Robinson, Gerald R. 

31. Scogin, Andrew J. 

32. Sharpe, Mark E. 

33. Slaughter, John T. 
34-. Smith, Wayne E. 

35. Steele, Herbert A. 

36. Stewart, Michael E* 

37. Wade, Thomas 0, 

38. Warren, Joe B. 

39. Waters, Ronald R, 
ISi, Whitten, Aubrey £• 



Northwest Area Substation 
Third Platoon 

Rucker, Loren W. Lieutenant of Police 

Brown, Arlyn J. ) Sergeants of Police 

Reed, George H. } 

Foster, Malcom H • Love Field 

Willis, Frank Love Field 

PATROLMEN 

1. Bailey, Charles R« 16. Hobbs, James S. 

2. Bedwell, Billy P. 17. Hudiburgh, David L. 

3. Bennett, Francis W. 18. Irby, Robert S. 

A. Clark, Billy J. 19. Johnson, Jaclcie W. 

5. Cormier, Robert L* 20. Leonard, William J, 

6. Crofford, John P. 21. Lingis, Harold 

7. Fielding, James R, 22. Long, John E. 

8. Gall, Harvey 0. • 23. Martin, Jackie H. 

9. Gammon, James A* 24- • Pockrus, James A. 

10. Gamer, Teddy R. 25. Richey, Loyd G. 

11. Griffin, Kenneth E. 26. Safford, Melvin T. 

12. Gonzales, Gonzalo 27. Smiddy, Jerry W. 

13. Harrell, Gerald L. 28. Standridge, Claude W. 
H. Harris, Roy E. 29. Thomas, Bobby G. 

15. Hayes, Terry 0. 30. Weir, Luther A. 

31. Withers, Troy W, 



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NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



128 



PATROL DIVISION 



Southwest Area Substation 
Third Platoon 
4.J00HI - 12:00M 



Cain, Teddy D. 

Alsup, WlUlam E. ) 

Jones, Robert B. ) 

Stepan, Charles J* ) 



fhTP.(pW 



1. Babb, Forrest E. 

2. Bolin, Iionnle H. 

3. Brooks, Johnnie D* 
4.* Davis, Luther K. 

5. Dawson, Harold R» 

6. Dixon, Robert 0. 

7. Furr, Marshal N. 
6. Gardner, James H* 
9. Gentry, Jerry M. 

10, Hannah, Tfertln F« 
U. Hazel, Walter R, 

12. Henke, Ferdinand 

13. Heyse, Clayton R. 
14.. Hood, Herman R. 

15. Jarrell, Paul D. 

16. Johnson, William L. 

17. Johnston, Joe E« 

18. Kenney, Loren £• 

19. Mann, James A. 

20. Moseley, Lester M« 



Special Enforcement Detail 
6:30PM - 2 130AM 



Holloway, H. C. 
Robinson, Miller R, 
Varner, Samuel E. 



PATRQIMN 



1. Caler, Wilbum L. 
2» Cargile, Raymond L. 

3. Davidson, Jackie C» 

4. D'Alessandro, Alfred J» 

5. Goodell, Perry R. 

6. Goombi, Wesley C. 

7. Halford, Eddie W. 

8. Howard, Terry D. 
9* Larsen, Leonard R* 

10. Mack, Enmett E. 

11. Mayfield, Kenneth M, 



Lieutenant of Police 
Sergeants of Police 



21. Norman, Don M. 

22. Northcutt, Owen T, 

23. Owens, Floyd V. 

24. Ozment, James E. 

25. Pearce, Bruce A. 

26. Richardson, Welden W. 

27. Smith, Norman R. 

28. Smith, Winnon A. 

29. Smithson, Bennie J. 

30. Strickland, Jack H, 

31. Thompson, Robert E, 

32. Tull, Charles S. 

33. Wilkerson, Herman 0« 

34. V/illiams, Arthur N. 

35. Williams, Bobby D. 

36. Withrow, Marvin L. 

37. Womack, Clifton W. 

38. Woodall, Coy L. 

39. Wright, James S, 
AO. York, William B. 



Lieutenant of Police 
Sergeants of Police 



12. Mackey, Thomas J. 

13. McCoy, Johnnie H. 
U. McNutt, Edwin H. 

15. Mikel, Wesley T. 

16. Milliken, Donald H. 

17. Patterson, William R. 

18. Redwine, Loval B. 

19. Reed, Hugh J. 

20. Schurman, Donald L. 

21. Squier, John D« 

22. Strickland, Escoe R. 

23. Willis, Arthur P. 



Canine Corpe 

Riobereek, Galen B »•• Sergeant of Police 

Norman, Selton E. lOtOOIW - 6:30AM 

Vniiams, John M. 6:30FM - 2:3QAM 



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NOVEMBER 
1963 



Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



129 



TRAFFIC DIVISION 
TRAFFIC CONTROL 



Thompson, R. A. ) 
Southatd, W. F, ) 



Captain of Police 
Lieutenant of Police 



First Platoon 
7:00 a.m« to 3:00 p,m. 



Taylor, R. T, 
Harkness, D. V» 

1. Smith, J. D, 

2. Clark, C. W, 

3. Boggs, J. C, 

4. Byrum, C. B, 

5. Cook, C, T, 

6. Harkins, J, H« 

7. Yetts, T. W, 

8. Wise, M, J« 

9. East, D. D, 

10, Stewart, H, 

11, Venable, R. L, 



Sergeant of Police 
Sergeant of Police 

Commerce & Akard 
Commerce & St, Paul 
Main & Harwood 
Elm & Akard 
Elm & Ervay 
Elm & Harwood 
Pacific & Akard 
Union Bus Station 
Greyhound Bus Station 
Union Teimnal 
Fill In 



THREE-WHEEL MOTORCYCLES 



1. Alvis, J. Y, 

2. Barnhart, C. M, 

3. Beilharz, L, E, 

4. Brasher, W. C, 

5. Caldwell, J, H, 

6. Cale, R. F, 

7. Denny, W. R, 

8. George, R, H, 

9. Greeson, C, A* 
10, Henley, 0, M, 



11, Higgins, R, K. 

12, Jones, E, 

13, Marlow, J, R, 

14, Murphy,- J, E, 

15, Perkins, M, W, 

16, Price, W, 

17, Pumell, G, L, 

18, Watt, C, W. 

19, Wright, C. 



Haw, M, Christine 
Haynes, Joycelin E« 
Campbell, Kathleen M, 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES 

Police Clerk 4 
Police Clerk 4 
Police Cleric 4 



7:00 a,in, to 3:00 p.m. 
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, 
3J00 p,m, to 11:00 p,m. 



- 13 - 
Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



130 



TRAFFIC DIVISION 
TRAFFIC CONTROL 
Second Platoor^ - 10:00 a.m* to 6:00 p,m, 

Howard, E. B, Sergeant of Police 

1. Trantham, M, E» Commerce & Field 

2. Goolsby, C« H« Commerce & Ervay 

3. Henley, H, L, Commerce & Harwood 

4. Dyer, C, Main & Lamar 

5. Hansen, T. M, Main & Akard 

6. Finigan, W, R, Main & Ervay 

7. Boyd, B, J. Main & St. Paul 

8. Allen, F. B, Elm & Lamar 

9. Givens, H, E, Elm & Field 

10. Collins, E. J. Elm & St. Paul 

11. McDonald, W. E, Pacific & Field 

12. Ross, F, H, Pacific & Ervay 

13. Layman, B. T. Pacific & St. Paul 

14. Miller, B. H. Bryan & Ervay 

15. Crisp, E. S, Bryan & St. Paul 

THREE-WHEEL MOTORCYCLES 

1, Beets, B. J. 7. Mackey, J. R, 

2. Cooper, P. N, 8. Melton, M. J. 
3» Griffin, J. T. 9. Mynarcik, E. F. 
U, Hamilton, C. R, 10. Rhoads, M. A. 

5. Hutson, T. A, 11. Robirson, J, C. 

6. Jordan, W. R, 12. Staudfi«l.d, K. S. 

TRAFFIC CONTROL 
Third Platoon - 3:00 p,m, to 31:00 p.m. 

Campbell, W, C, Sergeant of Police 

1. Barnett, W. E, Commerce & Akard 

2. Lomax, J, A, Commerce & St. Paul 

3. Springs, W, A, Main & Harwood 

4. Smith, J. M. Elm & Akard 

5. Dewees, M, A. Elm & Ervay 

6. Altom, M, L, Elm & Harwood 

7. Brown, E, V, Pacific & Akard 

8. Hale, Leo Union Bus Station 

9» Kemper, D, L, Greyhound Bus Station 

10, Fox Union Terminal 

11. Cox, H. L. Fill In 

THREE-WHEEL MOTORCYCLES 

1. Fenley, J. 0, 6, Moore, T. 0, 

2. Fields, C. F, 7. Roach, D. F, 

3. Inmon, H, A» 8, Shankles, C. E, 

4. King, W. K, 9. Williams, R. M, 

5. Knowles, C. A. 10. Wilson, W. E. 



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Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



131 



TRAFFIC DIVIS ION 



ACCIDENT PREVENTION BUREAU 



Lawrence, P. W, 
Curtis, A. L» 

Sergeant J« M* Young 

1, Bamett, J, H, 

2, Flowers, W. C, 

3, Hawkins, Ray 

4* Hollingsworth, J, P» 

5. Nolan, V. R, 

6. Sunimers, H, W. 

7. Wagoner, R, M. 
6, Wilson, R. D, 
9. Loving, J. W, 

10, Spradlin, L, W, 

Sergeant C. F« Williams 

1« Apple, B, L, 

2* Seidmeyer, R. C, 

3. Smith, H. G, 

4* Thomhill, B, T. 

5. Walker, C. T. 

6« Forston, J, T, 

Sergeant 6. F. Rodgers 

1. Garrison, A. E, 

2. Gilbert, E. H. 
3» Kosan, R, J, 
4« Moore, E. E, 

5, Sawyer, E. E, 

6, Shetler, E, K, 
7t Smith, W, A, 
6* Denham, W. H, 
9. White, J. C, 

Sergeant W. R» Russell 

1, Foster, J, W, 

2* Lewis, C» E, 

3. Middleton, L. 

4. Smith, E, L. 
5» Speir, E. W, 

6. Middleton, W, E, 
7« SlnsDons, B« M« 



Captain of Police 




lieutenant of Police 


7:00 a.m. to 3^00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3' 


00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3 


00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3 


00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3 


00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3 


00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3 


00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3 


■00 p.m. 


7:00 a.m. to 3 


00 p.m. 


8:00 a.m. to 4 


00 p.m. 


8:00 a.m, to 4 


•00 p.m. 



10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m* 

10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m, 
10:00 a.m, to 6:00 p.m, 
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m, 
11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. 

3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. 



:00 
1 00 
:00 
;00 
:00 



3:00 p.m. to 11; 
3:00 p.m, to 11: 
3:00 pun. to 11; 
3:00 p.m. to 11; 
3:00 p.m. to 11; 
3:00 p.m. to 11 
3:00 p.m. to 11; 
4:00 p.m, to 12 
4:00 p.m, to 12; 

6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. 



p.m 

p,m 

p.m 

p.m 

p.m 

00 p.m 

00 p.m 

00 Mid 

00 Mid 



6:00 p.m. 

6:00 p.m. 

6:00 p.m. 

6:00 p.m. 

6:00 p.m. 
11:00 p.m, 
11:00 p,m. 



to 2:00 a.m, 
to 2:00 a.m. 
to 2:00 a.m. 
to 2:00 a.m, 
to 2:00 a.m. 
to 7:00 a.m, 
to 7:00 a.m. 



- 15- 

Batcheloe Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



132 



TRAFFIC DIVISION 



SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT MEW 



1, Greenhaw, J. A. 

2, McClaren, W. L, 

3, Hoskins, G, N, 
Ut Crenshaw, E. L« 

5. Tippett, W. W, 

6. Spears J G. R. 
7* Sanders, W. D* 



6:CX) a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 
6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 
7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p«m« 
6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 
3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p,m, 
6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. 



Sergeant W. A. Simpson 



7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 



SCHOOL SAFETY OFFICERS 



1. Baker, M, E, 

2. Bardin, W. R. 

3. Chance, F, T, 

4. Davenport, R. A« 

5. Gass, A* B. 

6. Horn, B. G. 

7. Muggins, W, M, 
6. Jennings, J. E. 
9* Jones, J. B« 

10. Vlhitman, C. E» 



7:30 
7:30 
7:30 
7:30 
7:30 
7:30 
7:30 
7:30 
7:30 
7t30 



a.m. 
a.m. 
a.m. 
a.m. 
a.m. 
a.m. 
a.m. 
a.m. 
&«m« 
a.m* 



to 
to 
to 
to 
to 
to 
to 
to 
to 
to 



4:30 p.m 
4:30 p.m 
4:30 p.m 
4:30 p.m 
4:30 p.m 
4:30 pjn 
4:30 p.m 
4:30 p.m 
4:30 pjn 
4j30 p«m 



- 16- 

Batchbilor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



133 



TRAFFIC DIVISIO N 

Solo Motorcycle and Special Enforcement 
Monthly Detail 



Sergeant R, L. Strlegel in charge 

Sergeant R. Snart in charge 

Sergeant S. Q, Bellah in charge 

Sergeant S. Ellis in charge 



6:00 a*in, to 2t00 p.m, 
7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
4:00 p.m. to 12x00 Mid. 
Relief 



RADAR 
6 am to 2 pn^ ^ 



1, H. M. Collins 

2. P. W. Britton 



3, V, Glasgow 
4* J> W. Brooks 

SOLO'S 



5. J. M. Phillips 



1, B, J, Martin 

2, J, B. Garrick 

3, G. C, McBride 
4* M. L. Baker 



7 am to 3 tm 

5. H. R. Freeman 

6. B. W, Hargis 

7. E, D. Brewer 
8* D. L. Jackson 

RADAR 



9. L. H. Marshall 

10. W. J. May 

11. C. A. Haygood 



1. B. C. Garrison 

2. B. E. Wilson 



2 lan to 10 Tm 

3* G. H* Harmon 
4. N. L. Williams 

SOLO'S 



5« H. R, Barham 



1. J. M. Chaney 

2. W. G. Lumpkin 

3. J. W. Courson 

4. W. R. Featherston 



4 m to 12 Mid. 

5. H. B. McLain 

6. L« £. Gray 

7. J. H, Taylor 

8. J. S. Debenport 



9. E. D. Wafford 

10. B. J. Dale 

11. J. W. Williams 



- 17 - 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



134 



SERVICE DIVISION 

IDENTIFICATION BUREAU 
Doughty) George M. • Captain of Police 



1. 
2. 

5: 



pir yerprint Section 
Knight, Karl P. - Lieutenant of Police 



Craft, James M.* 
Hank ins. Dale* 
Walker, Everett 0. 



Brandt, Paul E. 5- 

Bramhall, James E* 6. 

Braswell, Billy Z. ?. 

Carlson. Edwin E. 

6. Clinard, Ralph P. - General Clerk 5 
9« Johnstone, John Edw, - General Clerk h 

10, May, Donny L. - General Clerk h 

11. VicKery, Jesse G. - General Clerk h 



1. 
2. 



CRIME SCENE SEARCH SECTION 
Day, John Ct - Lieutenant of Police 



Bentley, Paul L« 
Barnes, V/illie E« 
Brown, Bobby G« 
Donihoo, Jack 



5* Hicks, John B* 

6* Lewis, Raymond D, 

7. Livingston, Richard W, 

8. Williams, Harlis R. 



^Patrolmen Temporarily Assigned 



- 18 - 

Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



135 



SERVICE DIVISION 



HEADOIARTERS SECTION 

First Platoon 
IhCX) FM to 7:00 AM 



i 



Gassett, Douglas H, 
Edington, Bobby J* 
Hancock, Harold R. 
Warren, Wi Ison F. 
Henson, Auby 
Huddleston, Robert G. 
Spurgeon, W, B* 
Lewis, James L. 
Bradberry, Jack K. 
Passons, Lewis P» 
McV/ i 1 1 iajDS. James W» 
Mason, Lydia 
Manes, Mary Jo 
Eaton, Lani 
Birdvel 1, Rosemary 
Hewer ton, Dena Sue 
Yahola, LoWena 
Learner, Frank M, 
Hockett, Charles H. 
Todd, Tommy V, 
Tiger t, Iva 
Chesley, Francis E« 
Paul, Fred 
Hill, Garnet R, 
Robinson, Guy L. 
Sanders, Troy G. 
McClenton, Clarence J* 
Dreitlein, John M, 
Barbarick, Joseph L* 
Rollins, James A. 
Peters, Melvin T, 
Clark, James E* 
Roberts, J. R. Jr. 
Grammar, Billy R, 
Rasor, Kent 
Daniel, Charles L» 
Martin, Paul H. 
Kenney, Billy J, 
Ridenour, Lee R, 
Hale, George R, 
Stephenson, Harry A* 
Butler, Thomas L. 
Chapman, Charles 
Evans, Rathe 1 8. 
Theriot, Nolan A, 
McGrath, Duane 0. 
McQuade, Ralph 
McCorole, Weldon W, 



Lieutenant of Police (Platoon Commander 

Lieutenant of Police (Jail) 

Lieutenant of Police (Jail) 

Sergeant of Police (Jail) 

Sergeant of Police (Relief) 

Sergeant of Police (Relief) 

Sergeant of Police (S.W.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (N.E.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (N.W.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (Radio Dispatcher) 

Assistant Radio Dispatcher 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Teletype Operator 

Jailer 

Assistant Jailer 

Assistant Jailer 

Jail Matron 

Jail Guard 

Jai I Guard 

Jail Guard 

Jai 1 Guard 

Jail Guard 

Jail Guard 

Jai 1 Guard 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (l^elief) 

Patrolman O^elief) 

Patrolman (l^elief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolran (l^elief) 

Patrolman (l^elief) 

Patrolman (3.W.D. Substation) 

Patrolman (N.E.D, Substation) 

Patrolm.an (N.W.D. Substation) 

Patrolman (Patrol Wagon) 

Jail Clerk 



Jail 
Jail 
Jail 
Jail 
Jail 



Clerk 
Clerk 
Clerk 
Clerk 
Clerk 



(S.W.D. 
(N.W.D. 



Substation) 
Substation) 



-19- 



N V E 
I 9 



M 8 E R 
6 3 



Batcheloe Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



136 



I 



SERVICE Division 

^^EADGUARTERS SECTION 

Secoqcj Platoon 
7:00 AM to 3:00 PM 



Wiggins, Woodrow 
Shewmake, Will iam 
Wisseman, Reuben 
Turnage, Frank F, 
Everett* Jim F. 
Smith, Chester P. 
Clark, Joseph A* 
Rogers, Melvin 0. 
Henslee, Gerald D. 
Farr, Jim G. 
Trimton, Dorothy 
Kimmey, Beulah 
Schwartz, Doris 
Carpenter, Cynthia 
Cason. Frances 
Gonzales, Helen 
Stacy, John R. 
El lison. Henry L» 
Eaves, Arthur E. 
Clinkscales, Louvinia 
Tope, Augustus 
Toles, Julius 
Davies, Glen D. 
Beaul ieu, Walter J. 
Car 1 . James T, 
Ratcliff, James E» 
Lester, Williajn H. Jr. 
McGlothlin- Carl 
Slack, Willie B. 
Taylor, Del vis 
Jackson, Murray J. 
Hulse, Clifford E. 
McDaniel, Virgil A. 
Haake, Kenneth H, 
Huffstutler, Bobby D, 
Robinson, Basel 
Staton, IValter E» 
Burton, Tommy R« 
Little, Kenneth 
Lynch, Thomas B. 
Lewis, Carroll 



Lieutenant of Police (Platoon Commander) 

Lieutenant of Police (jail) 

Sergeant of Police (Jail) 

Sergeant of Police (Relief) 

Sergeant of Police (Relief) 

Sergeant of Police (S.W.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (N.E.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (N.W.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (Radio Dispatcher) 

Assistant Radio Dispatcher 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Teletype Operator 

Jailer 

Assistant Jailer 

Assistant Jailer 

Jail Matron 

Jail Guard 

Jail Guard 

Jai I Guard 

Jail Guard 

Jail Guard 

Jail Guard 

Jai I Guard 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman {Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (Relief) 

Patrolman (S.W.D, Substation) 

Patrolman (N.E.D, Substation) 

Patrolman (N.W.D. Substation) 

Patrolman (Piatrol V/agon) 



-aD - 



Batcheloe Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



N V E 
1 9 



M B 
6 



E R 
3 



137 



SERVICE DIVISION 

HEADOUARTERS SECTION 

Second Platoon 
7:00 AM to 3:00 FM 



Matthews, Thomas Ki 
Brown, John E. 
Robinson, IVil lie N« 
Dubose, Basil 
Slocum, Jerry 
Newton, Johnny 
White, William M. 
Fresch, Charlie 
Younc. Simon 
McCuTloi^h, Otis 



Jail Clerk 

Jail Clerk 

Jail Clerk 

Jail Clerk (S.W.D. Substation) 

Jail Clerk (N.E.D. Substation) 

Jail Clerk (N.W.D, Substation) 

Jai 1 Cook 

Porter (S.W.D. Substation) 

Porter (N.E.D. Substation) 

Porter (N.W.D, Substation) 



-21 - 

Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002— Continued 



N V E 
1 9 



M B 
6 



E R 
3 



138 



SERVICE DIVISION 



HEADOJARTERS SECTION 

Third Platoon 
3:00 PM to li:CO ™ 



Jailey, Bob L. 
.ord, Thurber T, 
Duncan, Teddy G. 
Jolton, Walter A, 
Johnson, Clyde E. 
/eatch, David W. 
^eifner, 01 in A, 
3owles, James C. 
Hobbs, James E. 
Petty, Maurice 
Black, Dorothy 
Vilson, Ruby 
3ilbrey, Nancy 0. 
Harris, Betty Lou 
longer, Lorita 
31and, Isabella 
Nil liams, Grady H. 
Prather, Roy D, 
King, Billy G. 
Little, Jerrel Ideen 
i^avarino, Ralph P. 
Lee, Clarence J, 
i/alker, Ralph L, 
Oean, J. C. Jr. 
Lunsford, Grady L. 
Jennings, Charles R, 
Holland, William T. 
Holleyman, Carroll 
Nelson, John B, 
Stone, Jack L. 
Mann, Will iam P. 
Ritter, William E, 
McElwee, Edward W, 
Dickerson, Clyde 
Scrivner, Ralph 
Stiff, Billy J. 
Faulkner, Jack Eq 
Reid, Johnny C, 
Wo 1 ford, Kenneth 
Jones, Cecil L. 
Huber, Robert E, 
PoppleMell, James L. 



Lieutenant of Police (Platoon Commander) 

Lieutenant of Police (Jail) 

Sergeant of Police (Jail) 

Sergeant of Police (Relief) 

Sergeant of Police (S.IV.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (N.E.D, Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (N.W.D. Substation) 

Sergeant of Police (Radio Dispatcher) 

Assistant Radio Dispatcher 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk 

Telephone Clerk (6 FM - 2 AM) 

Teletype Operator 

Jailer 

Assistant Jai ler 

Assistant Jailer 

Jai 1 Matron 

Guard 

Guard 

Guard 

Guard 

Guard 

Guard 

Guard 

Guard 
Patrolman (Relief) 
Patrolman (Relief) 
Patrolman (Relief) 
Patrolman (Relief) 
Patrolman (Relief) 
Patrolman (Relief) 
(Relief) 
(Relief) 
(Relief) 
(Relief) 
Patrolman (S.IV.D. Substation) 
Patrolman (N.E.D. Substation) 
Patrolman (N.W.D. Substation) 
Patrolman (Patrol V/agon) 



Jail 
Jail 
Jail 
Jail 
Jail 
Jail 
Jail 
Jail 



Patrolman 
Patrolman 
Patrolman 
Patrolman 



-22" 

Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



N V E 
1 9 



M 8 
6 



E R 
3 



139 



Wisdom, Robert 
Cron, James G. 
Abies, Don Ray 
V/yatt, James G. 
Pitman, Joe E. 
Poole, Charles G. 
Cummings. James P* 
Daniel, Alfonso L* 
Harrison, David 



SERVICE DIVISION 

HEADQUARTERS SECTION 

Third Platoon 
3:00 FM to 11:00" PM 



Ja 
Ja 
Ja 
Ja 
Ja 
Ja 
Ja 



1 Clerk 

1 Clerk 

I Clerk 

1 Clerk 

1 Clerk (S.W.D, Substation) 

1 Clerk (N.E.D. Substation) 

1 Clerk (N.W.D. 



Porter (S.W.D. Substation) 
Porter (N.W.D. 



Substation) 
tat ion) 
Substation) 



Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



140 



SERVICE DIVISION 



WARRANT SECTION 

Skains, James C« - Sergeant of Police 
Puatejousky, Myra - Clerk 3 



9. 
10, 



Bennett, Hugh W. 
Bobo, Raymond L« 
Box, Donnie E* 
Brawner, John F. 
Bryant, V/aymon 
CrevKs, T, 6. 
Davis, Grover N« 
Garinger, Raymond W, 
JohnsoO) Clarence S« 
Kelley, Howard P. 



11 
12 

15 
16 

19 

20 



Marshall, IVilliam N. 
McKenney, Ted J. 
Petty, Charles H. 
Pugh. Thomas E, 
Rati iff, Marshall J. 
Vickers, J. L. 
Webb, Howard J. 
Welsh, Edward W. 
Whitten, Walter C. 
Wilson, WoodroM H. 



COURT BAILIFFS 

Houaewright. Curtis 
Holloway, Elmer L* 
Trice, Leroy 
Cook, Millard S. 



Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



141 



SERVICE DIVISION 



PROPERTY BUREAU 

English, James M. - Captain of* Police 
Andres, Grace Mae - General Clerk h 
Bourn, Robert E. - Patrolrran (Special) 
Jones, Orville R. - Patrolman (Special) 



Property Room Section 



1. 
2. 

i: 

5. 



Hill, Herman W. 
Bui lard, Marvin C» 
Hudgins, David B. 
Reuben, David W. 
Smith, Billy J. 



Property Room Supervisor 
Property Clerk 
Property Clerk 
Property Clerk 
Property Clerk 



Automobile Pound Section 

Sewell, Thomas C. - Sergeant of Police 
Woodworth, William F. - Patrolman 



FIRST PLATOON: 



SECOND PLATOON: 



1. 
2. 

I: 

5. 
6. 



Hawlik, Roger D» - Pound Supv* 
Walderon, Andrew J. - Pound Clk. 
Lack, Wheeler B. - Pound Gd. 
Deal, Foyil E. - Wrecker Dr. 
Montemayor, David R. - Wrecker Dr. 
Pennington, Wenzel R. - Wrecker Dr. 



I. 
2. 



5. 
6. 



Bellows, Earl D, - Pound Supv. 
Bush, Billy R. - Pound Clk. 
Gage, Clifton E. - Pound Gd. 
Cunningham, Clifford W. - Wrecker Dr 
Bottalico, Joseph B. - Wrecker Dr. 
Carroll, J. B. -Wrecker Dr. 
Bennett, Orval - Wrecker Dr. 
Mar low, Gordon W, - Wrecker Dr. 



THIRD PLATOON: 



I. 

2. 

i: 

5. 
6. 



Wesley, Janies A, - Pound Supv. 
Reynolds, Clovis E. - Pound Clk. 
Schriever, August W, - Pound Gd. 
Feemster, Richard L. - Wrecker Dr. 
Forston, Gerald T. - Wrecker Dr. 
Glover, Billy G. - Wrecker Dr. 



RELIEF (ROTATING): 

U Hadaway, Leonard C. - Pound Supv. 
2« Pendergrass, Woodrow - Pound Clk. 



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Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 3 



142 



i 



SERVICE DIVISION 

RECORDS BUREAU 

Slaughter, 0, T, - Captain of Police 
Southerland, M. A. - Serseant of Police 
Craighead, H. L. - Patrolman of Police 
North, G, D. - Patrolman of Police 



Snyder, George 
Smith, Ruhy 
Flowers, Angela 
Kemp, George 
Gardenour, Violet 

Ball, Virginia 
Currie, Dorothy 
Williams, Frances 
Mayo, Sue 
Seigler, Eunice 
Donworth, Danna 
Dunn, Carolyn 
V/ebb, Sharon 
Graves, Mary Sue 



Reeves, J. H. 

Howell, Charlotte 
' Amador, Thomas 
: Knight, Maida 

Phillips, Margaret 

Vfatts, Norma 

I Ellis, Thelma 
Wight, Daisy 
I Scoggins, Bertha 

I Speed, Moselle 
Blalock, Frances 
Allen, Effie 
Donehoo, Sherry 
Lane , Alma 
Arie, Bobby 

Christen, George 
Sumner, Mar J or ie 
Smith, Ann 
Chan, Mae 

Martinez, A. A. 
Short, Linda 



Information Desk 



Police Information Clerks 



Police Complaint Stenographers 



Reoords Bureau 



General Clerks 5 
General Clerks 'f 
Clerks } 

Clerks 6 
) Stenographers k 

-26- 

Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEMBER 
19 6 5 



-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 11 



143 



Babin, Frances 
Carter, Edna 

Johnson, Florence 
Vaughn, Elizabeth 
Glieros, Rita 
Daves, Rebecca 
Hahn, Judy 

Steward, Beatrice 
Cornelius, Joanna 
Gant, Pauline 
Gardnsr, Billy 
Espinoza, Melba 
Carbajal, Rosa 
Means, Patricia 



SERVICE DIVISION 
RECORDS BUREAU 

Typist-Clerks 3 
Typist-Clerks 2 



Clerks 2 



-27- 

Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002— Ck>ntiiiued 



144 



CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION 



;arr, Harold K, 
xaddy, Elmo R. 
Jandera, Chelae V, 
'ucker, Millard K, 



Special Assignment D.A.'a Office 

Special Assignment D.A.'a Office 

Special Assignment D.A.'a Office 

Special Assignment D.A.'a Office 



HOMICIDE AND ROBBERY BUREAU 

Fritz, Captain John W. - In Charge 
Bohart, Lieutenant James A. 
Wells, Lieutenant Ted P. 



Baker, T. L. 
. Beck, Ernest R. 

Blessing, Herbert H, 

Boyce, George R# 

Boyd, Elmer L. 
wBrown, Charles W, 

Dhority, Charles N. 

Graves, L, C, 

Hall, l^rlin G. 



Patrolmen assigned C.I.D, 



10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
lU. 
15. 
16. 

17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 



JUVENILE BURFAU 



Johnson, I'tervin 
Leavelle James R. 
Montgomery, Leslie D, 
Moore, Henry M. 
Potts, Walter E. 
Rose, Guy F. 
Senkel, Billy L, 
Sims, Richard M. 
Stovall, Richard S. 
Turner, Fay M. 
•:?'Zapata, Braulio T. 



i'lartin. Captain Frank M. - In Charge 
Butler, Lieutenant George E. 
Coulon, Lieutenant Elton J. 
Wallace, Lieutenant Cecil C. 



Adair, Alma J. (Policewoman) 
Bridges, Charles 3, 
Brumit, James F, 
Bullock, T. W. 
Bynum, E^arrell E, 
Chapman, Jerry B. 
Christal, Clarence R. 
Cutchshaw, Wilbur J. 
Drake, John B. 
Goolsby, Charles 
"Js-Harrlson, V/illiam J. 
Harvill, Raymond R. 
Hill, Margaret (Policewoman) 
Hill lard, William H. 
Holland, Norma J. ( Policewoman) 
House, William L. 



17. Johnson, Oocrge F« 

l6. Johnson, Oris B. 

19. Jones, Dorothy (Policewoman) 

20. LaFollette, Basil E. 

21. Lowery,Roy L. 

22. ilcLlne, June (Policewoman) 

23. -J^Patterson, L. V, 
2ll. Rayburn, Paul T. 

25. Reeves, Mildred K. 

26. Richardson, Kenneth C. 
27 • Rumsey, John 

28. Shirley, Marlin E. 

29. Storey, Joe 

30. Thomas, Benjamin J. 

31. Thomason, George A. 

32. Tuttle, Purdy J. 



Patrolmen assigned C.I.D, 



-28- NOVEi^IBER, 1963 

Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



145 



crimiinial investigation division 



giRGLARY AlNfP THEFT BUREAU 

Fannin, Captain Walter C, - In Charge 
Leonard, i^leutenant Tyree B. 
McCaghren, Lieutenant Paul G, 
HcKlnney, Lieutenant Robert E. 
i^nday, Lieutenant Erakin L, 
Swain, Lieutenant Richard E, 



1, Baker, Elbert M. 

2, Behrlnger, James W. 

3, Bettea, Harold J, 
i;, Boyd, James H, 

5, Brantley, Daniel G. 

6, Burnley, Charles T, 

7, -j:- Burr is. Homer 

8, Campbell, Vernon C, 

9, Cantrell, Billy L. 

10. Cody, Joe R. 

11. Davis, Jack L, 

12. Dawson, Jesse R. 

13. Dees, Edgar R. 

Ik, Delllnger, Charles R, 

1^. Dillehay, Powell 

16. *Dy3on, J. W, 

17. Eberhardt, August M. 
lo, Edwards, Aaron L, 

19. Candy, Grady D, 

20. Hill, Lloyd 

21. Jennings, Clarence E, 

22. Johnston, Gene R. 

23. Jones, Calvin A. 
2J4.. Jones, James H. 

^Patrolmen assigned C.I.D, 



25. 
26. 
2' 



2^ 

29. 

30. 

31. 

32. 

33. 

3U. 

35. 

36. 

37. 

38. 

39. 

UO. 

Ul. 
U2. 
k3. 

uu. 

U5. 
U6. 

^l' 
kQ. 



Jordan, Early D. 

Leathers, Charles E, 

Maberry, Charles E. 
•5:-McElroy, Don E, 

McGee, Homer L, 

Millhollon, Joe B. 

Newman, B. H. 

Patton, Robert L. 
i'f Peace, Phillip R. 

Pope, fl. W. 

Posey, Wayne B, 

Reneau, Harold E. 

Rose, Frank M. 

Smith, Carr L. 

Standifer, Roy £-. 

Stephens, Ivan R. 
<«■ Sword, Andrew C. 
■JfTaylor, Thomas J. 

Tolleson, Thomas D. 

Trantham, William I. 

Tuck, i'iackeroy 

Tuck, Samuel P. 

Van Cleave, Ira P. 

Waters, Bobble M, 



AUTO THEFT BUREAU 

Nichols, Captain J. C, - In Charge 
Hoffman, Lieutenant Robert E, 
iViay, Lieutenant Robert L. 
Smart, Lieutenant Vernon S, 



1. 
2. 
3. 

h. 
5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 



Archer, Don R. 
Hubert, Frank D, 
Byrom, Jerry D. 
Chambless, William P. 
Clardy, Bernard S, 
Dawson, Harold L, 
Deloney, Charles W, 
Hicks, Edward H. 
Jones, Billy 
Lauderdale, James H, 
I'feMlllon, Thomas D, 
Moore, C. A. 



13. I'^unster, Henry L, 

li;. Rivers, Edwin L, 

15. Robertson, Otto R, 

16. Sansone, Charles J. 

17. Sharp, Lloyd H. 

18. Stidham, Herschel H. 

19. Stroud, Billy L. 

20. Stroud, Pat J. 

21. Stude baker, R, L, 

22. Smith, Roacoe J. 
23 • Tanner, James H. 
2k, Watson, «7ames C. 



146 



-29- NOVEMBER, 19^ 

Batchblor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION 



1. 
2. 
3. 

6. 



9. 



FORGERY BUREAU 

Jones, Captain Orvllle A. - In Charge 
Cunningham, Lieutenant Elmo L, 
Potts, Lieutenant Earl S. 



Abbott, Robert E, 
Benson, Howard 0, 
Buhk, Marvin A, 
Chambers, William E, 
Cole, Clarence W, 
Davis, William A. 
Douglas, Walter E, 
Gee, Billy J. 
Grlnnell, William C. 



10. Hargls, James P. 

11. Heath, Edwin D, Jr. 

12. Mote, Frank 0, 

13. Rodgers, Doyle K. 
lii. Smith, Billy E. 
15« Toney, John B. 

16, Totten, Harvey W. 

17. V/llllamson, George J. 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES 



lolllns, Patsy C. 
)arnell, Ruth E. 
lechtman, Linda R. 
loffman, Janet P. 
•angland, Peggy F, 



Gen. Clk.3 

Typlst-Clk.3 

Steno-14. 

Steno-li 

Typlst-Clk.3 



Moody, Margaret R, 
Ratten, ^^arj P. 
Schell, lone 0. 
Stanley, Martha H, 
Teague, Arthurene 
Vldales, i-larla A. 



Steno-5 

Steno-5 

Typlst-Clk.3 

Steno-l| 

Typlst-Clk.2 

Steno-i| 



-30- NpVElfflER, 1963 

Batchelob Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



147 



TRAINING AM) RESEARCH SECTION 
Personnel Bureau 



We St brook, W, R, 
(In Charge) 

Stringer, H. H, 
McGee, W. M. 
Fields, Joe 
Carver, J. L. 

Bright, Marjorie 
Drake, Nancy 
Worley, Rooa D, 



Police Academy 



Preston, fidvrard 

(In Charge) , 

/If I i .•5 /.' oy, C' J&n' <.' / A (^<?//C/ // 

Reeves, L. S. 

(Ass*t Instructor) 

Watson, P, R. 

(Rangemaster, Pistol Range) 

Goodwin, C. W, 
(Pistol Range) 



Solomon, J. H* 
((k>>ordinator) 



Police Reserve 



Recruit Class No, 78 



Abney, M, H, 
Damron, J, P, 
Davis, J, C, 
Davison, R. D. 
Duncan, £. C., Ill 
Grosvenor, S. Q« 
Ham, Michael 
Hand, C. L. 
Hanes, D. S. 
Hardy, B. B, 
Huckaby, L. L« 



McAiliater, A. L. 



Wafer, T. A, 

Recruit Class No. 79 
(Awaiting School) 

Savell, W. L., Jr* 



Captain of Police 



Sergeant of Police 
Detective 
Detective 
Patrolman 

Personnel Clerk 6 
(^neral Clerk 4 
Stenographer 4 



Inspector of Police 
Captain of Police 
Sergeant of Police 
Patrolman 



Captain of Police 



Jacobsen, D, H, 
Jones, V, B, 
Kirksey, J, L, 
Miller, R. J. 
Morrow, G, L, 
Morton, J. L. 
Page, P. W. 
Rodgers, C. B, 
Shults, A. L., Jr« 
Stark, C, B. 
Tillery, J. R. 



White, R. A, 



- 31 ^ 

Batchelor Exhibit No. 5002 — Continued 



NOVEASER, 
19 6 3 



148 



I 




Fort Worth Press 



\'()I.. W. XO. .Ml FOUT WdHTIl. TKXAS. I-'KIDAY, 



FINAL 

HOME 

EDITION 



Bate.-. 



THE OSWALD MIND 



His Notes on Russia Revealed by Steno 



(Lilllor't Nole: All the world wants to koow what 
I In the twisted tnlntl of l«e Ontald, the tumroal 
ised ul auasslnaiInK fre!>ldenl Kennt'dy. Mere is the 
or> of him Ovwald ir>H to picture lile in Russia 
, he lold It to a puhltc stenoKrapher and «s she to 

PRLSS Reporter Cirvllne Hamilton.) 



EXCLUSIVE 



Uy CAnOlINF HAMHTON. Press Stall Writer 
l.(f Oswald wanted tbe world hi ihmk he'd roiic 
RutiMa "or a ]0b" for the State Depi 

He W\ ib&' imiiression with Miss Pmilme V, Bate 
pulilK- sipnORrapher in the Burk Bnrneit RWh 
Up did tl by evasiver-?ss . 

"When the State Itepi. granted my visa," Lee C 
»al<l told lier. "Ihey stipulated they riMitil not stand b 
hind mc in any way." 

Oswald weni to see Mis,s Bates 
b'H hand b minlla etivclopi' fuH of oole^ comlemninK and 
^.r-'iri't-" ti'^ In Rtnsia. Lee Oswald had totind Soviet Rus- 
~s!u no Ulopit. 



Thai n^me. tike (he Russian names that abounded In 
ihe weil-wniien. Enppinu iiarative, has ftoftc from her mcm- 
on. Mi5i Bates |u.st typed iis he spelled "The names 
didn't sound hke names even, they were so unfiTQilur." she 



remain atone with his m 
anie. took them when he 
I typed copy, all cartiDnK. 



WAS SHORTLY AFTER 11 A.M. when he walked 
er otiice, a p(,\e man, lean atmosl to eDuniness. with 
h^i looked beyond her as ho talked 
' had on a dark. Ii}jhtwei£hi, up up. walsl-length 

a white T-shirt and dark slacks ~ Mi&» Bates never 
im »n anythliy; t-Iw 

saw vour name in the phone book," he said- "Can 



Notes 1 made >it Russi 
Pjuline V Bates ^^^^ Bates aitreed. He lotd her bis name Lee Oswald 

, "f^ljjj, ■ — she tijdn'i teeonjiiif \i then, And fy»ve her a phone num- 

ber where he cDuld be i^ached, tnenlloned he was livlnfc 
^v vi.sfl," Lee Os- ^'"f" *>*« """^^ 
ould not stand be Wlwrc?" she asked. 

"In ArlinKlon Het^hls." he said- 
18, 1962 He had in In his mumia envelope Oswald bad several sheaves of 

papers, stapled ioi;ether in sequence* on different ciiies of 
Russia, The first was Minsk. The aecond Kiev The papers 
were all sizes and all shapes, wnne snips like strips pwlted 
from envelope!*, some lull sheets, some heavy brown wrap- 
ping paper 



THE NOTES WERE HANDWRnTEN in pen and pencil 
and typed I had a portable tvpewrlier." Oswald cjplatned, 
"and my wife used to muMIe the sound when I tjrped at 
night " 

He hoped to itct a Fon Worth engineer to help him 
publish a book frtHii the notes Mlss Batei is not sure today 



He never allowed her i 
Hk hrought them when he 
An<I he made soire be had 



DURING THE niREE OAVS he sal. for tioun al a 
iirne. in her oHlce while she tvoed (rom hts note*, lee Os- 
wald lold her little about himself 

He said he had "jusl ^len back" after two years end 
I) months in Russia where he worked >n n fartoi-v at Minsk- 
He told her he was more than read> to return to the U. S 
when his iwo^vear vna expired but that be had mamed a 
Russian iriri 

The Russians told him to ^o aneid back to Ihr L' S. 
and theVd send h«( wBe later "But I knew Id ne^er see 
her tisain i( I did . » I ita\-ed." Lee Oswald said. 

Eventually, he'd raiaed m> mttch fun . he icald 
ttaev gramed per.niuwn lor b-'in and his wife to leave Rus- 
sia Mtas Bates tNnks be t«M bet ikcy catae acroc* the 




Autinan bonier 



be in danjter'" 

- No." he told her. She Uilnki be said hii wite was an 
orphan whose relatives were killed hi ite war 

"Does she like America?" 

'Yes," he answered. "Sbe t» impraeacd with the tkv- 
srrapers. an. food, clothes, the happjr cxpresaMtn on 
people's faies, hkes TV" 

Then he probably came as ckne to a smUe as he ever 
did 111 hci i-rescnce. The food here was ptailitui and rich 



I did." 



•^ 



LEE OSWALD uill he lud ntcn s 
j(Sm the MND, PaiR 



At the Tragic 
Moment 



■" • J....1 Ko"o»dy, morlall, -Oundcd by m aiianin ir, 0»l 
Idt ifl.., F'.dsj, 'V I'lown, ab.>v». ..t>in)p>n9 mto hii wife I ar"i 
loccndt af'ftr buHrtt K«d ripped 'nto hi\ t^itoat and he«d 
Wo.mded Gov Jokn Col.»«lly can b. .can to »>.. -.gh) c 
M > K.nn.,), At tijkl. M.i Kennedy icrairblei 0<0' <^ 

cf ttvi c4RverlibJe ia u,mmoi> «<d rti a Secrut Surv.c 

* be^Sni hi> leap onto tlie ba«l of Itie 



■'>■! r.- 



Inc. 




P»^^ Bates Exhibit No. 1 



149 




7. K.ih^bi'. 1 

rirsT 



. Worih Press, Friday, November 29, INI 



Freeze ^^^ Youiig Men 
Is Due Killed in Crash 



T le first treew nl ihc winicr 
li pxpected lonifthi when north 
winds arc due to drop the iber 
momeier to arnund 30 degrees 

It'll come wilh the ground 
WMlt-soakcd rrom rains Iha' 
added up 10 .44 inches at . 
Great Southwest Airport and , 
73 inches downtown , 

Tonight's light (reezc wilt ; 
come under (atr nktes and a 
dav when the high is expected : 
10 be in the middle SOs, The 
five-day forecast sees a slow 
watTTiing trend tu bed-tn tomor j 
row, when the high wHl be in ! 
the lo*er 60*. 



Two ytiunjf men, one ol ihem 
due 10 go on active military 
duty today, were killed when 
their car slammed Into a con- 
crete pillar of ihe toll road-E. 
Lancaster-Poly Freeway inler- 
chnnge last night. 

Dead are: 

Emesl Clayton Pharea, 2). of 
Route 1 Box Ifi in Burlewn. 
whose body was at Owens 
Brumiey Funeral Home. 



; II 20 p 



73 61 



. , „ . ^ .. w ». the 18M block ot 

Autocides to Thu Dat»| p^,,^ ^^^^^ officer* wd 

1963 1962 i ihai apparently Mr. Keen. 

driver of the car. failed to 
make a turn and slammed into 

the pillar. 

" i Ambalance driver* and the 

wa5 at Crosier.Pearson Funer- 1 p,„ j^^ ^^^^ ^ugj ^^y.. 

al Home In Cleburne. j^ jO mlnutw to pry out Mr. 

In Mr. Keen's pocket was | ^wn and Ifl minutes to pry 

found an auihorizailon for him ^^ ^^ phares. both of them 

report for active duty today. | pjnned m Ihe demolished car. 



He 



Ihe Air Force Re- 1 



^^-.WT 



P«uKn» Bafei . . . fypcd 0»waW» rtory.— f reii Staff Photo. 



, ! Jailbirds Fly the \ 

■ Coop on Turkey Day 

'. OQUAWKA. Ill (UPI) ~ Two 
{ Jaliblrds, one named Wrenn < 
I and the other Robbins. flew the 
' coQp on Turkey Day. 

Henderson County authori '. 
\ ties reported thai Marshall ! 
, Wrenn, 38. Rock Island. Ui., a \ 
\ convicted burglar, and Ray- j 
I mond Robbtns, 18. La Hurpe. ] 
, III., urxter sentence for armed j 
. roW»ery. broke out of the coun- ; 
* ty lall here. J 



THE MIND OF OSWALD 



<Suins on Page ).> 
tary Russian, applied for a visa after he ^o* out of the 
Marines. He said he could speak Ru.ssian better than his 
wtte couM speak F:nglish But she enjoved U S. TV. 

Mis:i Bale^. who has had o/ftces in the Burk Burnett 
Bldfi (or 10 vean.. typed for Oswaid by ihe hour Hf wa* m 
her office from sborlly after II to 12 05 pm. x£ain from 
I:."* to 2 p m. on June 18, The nexi day he was there from 
9 a. .11 to II IS. her work xhcets show He was back tn the 
afiermion when she worked on his ivptnjj from 3 to 1 25 p m 

On June 20 he came ua soon alter 10 am. "That last 
dav he was worried or scared " Miw Bates said '"He was 
fWBCt%. iin and down. Jookinp over mv shoulder, wondenrt;; at 
■ftuit pomt 1 was in Iv-p^ng the manuscript " She was lypmit 
at»Out Kir% 

He wa-s (here the rest of the momine. part of the after- 
noon When ihe finished Ihe lOth paRe of ivptna — siople 
lire — tw stopped her. 

"TEN DOLlJiRS 15 ALL I've eol." he laid She was 
about a third through his hardiodecipher notes, "ril (imsh 
it for vmi. I.ee. and \mi can fiav me when ymt pi't some 
monev." ^he offered, for Mhi Batt^s waji raucht ttp m the 
bHter realism of the lartual account. 

"No." he aatd. pulled a Jio bill from hi« front pwket. 
banded it to her mikI walked uuf. After that site saw him 
twicf' on downtown tircitis hut he tieither fpoke nor noddfld. 

Iii'hat does Miss Baiks remember about the paces ^ 
typed? 

"It's pimbled." she admitted. "Whm you are xwa'it 
you are copvin« and not reading to remembrr." But — . 

CONDinONS IN Ri;S.MA wero terrible tn his evef. Ses- 
erat famil:^ Itirlru; in of>e rorjm. Everyone working, waftTOft 
as wril as men. rhitdren in ntlfserie* unl'I thcv were old 
cnoutrtt to xo to the siair kIuwI. 

T>M .tmi,r.;i,i; p«>rpriuul prr>surr o* itw Cnmmiintai Paf- 

■ ihc Irar f>f "buK'- ■--'•lei ijonir limentnt: 

"- openly only m pjirk5 He wrote ahwt 

i< > carefullv arranjted "You t>rtt«r turn 

. ■ f.-aH> sick ■' 

'■I A.-\ v.ii-1 hr worked in i f,i< 'nrv at .Minvk (or IJ 

and 14 ho«r» a day on .t cjuiH i Imnm It vmi did more than 

your (juota. you jtot a citatiott - h-it ii didn't Owiw on your 

paycheck No coffee hrfak'' No paul vtit.inon* lusi a ctunen 

few (iet vacation.* (rum each fariory but I'ven ih^n ihev 



■ but ' 






A FEW HAVE HIDDEN RAIHOS and an enthusiastic 
o-.er Voice of America Here he had names, towns . . . b*it 
commented: 

"I'll liave to chance ihc names if my book is published 
or they wtii be m real trouble " 

The food was monotonous. Oswald didn't like it Me 
ate black bread, ooialoes. occasionatlv fish. The liitle meat 
— and It wasn't mu."li ROOd even if you got It — and 
fresh ve«etab(e.H were raiioned Milk was hard to buy He \ 
had volumimHts noifs on the prices of Food, bin Miss Bsie5 i 
can't remember ihem 

Sdtnewlwre she rememljers iomelhinK about his earning 
80 rubles a month in the factory and thai a pair Qi iboes \ 
COM 100 rubles He rx^-;idiiy lunwd rubles Inio U. S. doltan 
when heipinK her with the notes 

HE REPORTED VERBATIM conversations with many 
individuaU — all crtiical of Ru^ata — and bad names and 
Itmes -and places She rernlls none of them. 

Slic recalls a cotnmi'nt that Smtei education is onJy 
the Portv Itne , and that their blsiory btgan wlih Loma 
and Marx. 

In the notes — ao far as Mhe tvpcd — there was tw 
meniion of Ij-r O-JwalJ's reniionation of his U. S. cltiien- 

One coat is all vnu can haw in Russia — •ihI It gets 
raid there. Lee tKwald wrote He had traveled some twfore 
he went lo work in the facinn'. found travel rrslricied. rea- 
sons required . - . and inps cleared throuch a Ptny bou, 

LEE O&KALD sonicwh^rc implit-d 'liai his permivsion 
i^< leave RuMia with his wile came from Khnishchev be- 
cause "he IS Ihe iiTitv ])ervm who ever Kives permisMon to 
te?.ve" But 6twa)d nmr said he had lieen Khrushthn* 
htmbcIC. 

He nesrr said he was a 1' S, secret ai-eni either. Bta 
he save that imr>rps.H)on. 

And the impn>-uiton raivd qoesllons in Miss Bates' mind: 
Why wQuM ■ sarrei ai^eni have a public stenofirairtKr type 
his no<e«? Why was he shon of mo»ry'> Why cfluldn't 
he find R Job'* Whv did ho leu\e the impression he was a 
secret aiteni' Why did he watch his noies so carvhilly? 

She never found oui. 

Rill she ihuuitht .itiout <( nitoin arier Nov 22 And she 



INDEX 

Bowling M 

BridBe 23 

Bnainess Scene 18 

Church News 24-25 

Comics U4S 

Dateline: FW 7 

EitoorUls ^n 

Home Towner ' II 

Jack Gonka 27 

Idlers ta Edhar 2» 

MoUy MayfMd 2S 

Patterns J4 

Star Gazer S4 

spons aw* 

Teen rimes IS 

TV Lag - M 

Want Adi 2U». 

wttRn. FMii n 

Womeo's News IMi 




..o« is the tbne to start 
! rigurlni oui how yos'rc gotag 
! to pay your Chraonas MOi 
I bil Qtrlstmas', ii»tanBy) 
; ... An oMftaMT li a tOem 



sensational wnb bad a kt a( 



FnMi 

friemUy oelg 

•^n ihen's Mw py I bale. 



keeps laslstlBg I 6m*t kaasr 



Tickets Given 
Driver of 
Run-Away Cor 



The High ond Low 

NEW YORK (UPP-The tow 
est temperaturo reported this 
morning by the U. S. Weather 
Bureau, exdudtng Alarita and 
Hawaii, was 6 degrees at Idaho 
FaUas. Idaho The Mghe^ yes^ 
terlay was 81 at lewlsion «id 
Fan ji<yrrt. both in Florida. 



6A>ITHCLAU^15 



coUi-ion and driving wKhoui a . 
driver's Hcenw were fi*\en to a ■ 
40year«ld man invotved in a 
specucular three-car accijeni 
on Ihe South Freeway Wi-l- 

His car hit the rear .' 
pick-up truck and then /noni ■; 
up a tS-de^ree embankment 
and crastted into a fence 

Rufus HarwU, JO. ol 15U 
HarrinftKHi. wa^ driver of the 
(ruck, not the driver of vhe run 
8wj*v Car as reported In \-csici 
day - PRESS. 




SHOPPING DAYS 
TO CHRISTMAS 



SUNDAY IN 
THE PRESS 



Uhni arc the piohlrms facing our nation's new 
Presklenl. Lyndon B. Johnson? Which will be a»> 
signed prrarhv? Are any While Mouse %laff changes 
upcoming? What's uherul for Ihe I'. S.? 

These and oihcr quesilons will he ansHcred In 
the authoriiaiivc uefkl> round-up, Washington Call* 
ing. ehclusivfly in nil: PRl.SS ... on Sunday. 



Bates Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



150 




Beaty Exhibit No. 5039 



151 



! 



FD^OI (Rav. I-S-St) 



' FEDERAL BUREAU OF iNVESTlGA . 



JN 



W 



%* 



Dote 



J.2/',, 



^^ ... 

0\5> BUFORD LEE BEATY , Detective, Narcotics Section, Dallas 

"^ 'V Police Department, residence U04 Freeman, Dallas, was advised of the 

;y^\<\ identity of the interviewing Agents, and that he need not make any 

r\_ ^statement, and that any statement he did make could be used against 

him in a court of law. He was also advised of his right to an 

attorney. He furnished the following information: 

On November 24, 196 3, he started work at approximately 
^'SjOO am, which was his regular Sunday shift. From his arrival at 
the Police Department to approximately 9:30 AM, he was in his assigned 
office doing paper work. He then went down to the basement of the 
Police Department, where Captain TALBE RT requested him to watch an 

basement attempting to secure the release of two of his employee's'. 



About(10:00 AM, Captain 0. A. JONES passed by and requested 
that he wait by^th«-^ail elevator and meet the contingent of detec- 
tives from the third floor who were coming down to aid in the transfer 
of OSWALD and have them remain at the elevator for assignments. At 
approximately 10:10 AM, Captain JONES instructed the detectives to 
form a double line along the walls of the anteway and into the far 
side of the garage. Captain JONES also asked the press not to ask 
questions of OSWALD. 

To his recollection, a Patrolman NELSON and one reserve 
policeman were in the basement on the other side of the double doors 
from the garage checking everyone who entered. After the double line 
was formed, only one TV cameraman was allowed through the double 
doors from the basement interior. 



Around 11:30 AM, OSWALD was brought down in the elevator 
and passed through the line of officers, preceded by Lieut. R. E. 
SWAIN and Captain WILL FRITZ. Detectives J. R. LEAVELLE and L. C. 
GRAVES were on either side of OSWALD and Detective L. D. MONTGOMERY 
immediately behind OSWALD, 

When OSWALD entered the driveway area of the basement, the 
members of the press surged forward and someone yelled for OSWALD to 
make a statement. At this time BEATY leaned slightly forward and 
looked around at the group of pressmen, anticipating having to move 
forward to keep the crowd back. He heard a shot and looked in time 



_£x.No.5040 



BEATY,B.L. 
Dallas 



Deposition^ 
3-26-6^ 



12/3/63 



by Spaciol Agant .a. 



Dallas, Texas 



JOHN E. DALLMAN and 
R. NEIL QUIGLEY - LAC 



FiUiif 



DL U4-1639 



Dot* dictated . 



12/3/63 



ThU doemiicDt eoolalaa aaltbvf neomnwndatloB* aor eooolaslons of th* FBI. Il U lb* proparty a( th* FBI and U loanad lo 
rtm o«*a«T( It and lu oeaUnla «■ act to b« diatflkalad oalalda your agaaey. t\ A li . — t- 






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152 



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to see two police officers {grabbing JACK KUBY, whose hand, bearing 
pistol, was up in the air. He saw Detective GRAVES remove a snub- 
nosed pistol from RUBY's hand as RUBY was forced to the floor. 

He did not see anyone prior to the time of the shooting 
whom he knew to be other than a policeman or a member of the press. 
He estimates over 100 people other than police officers were in the 
basement at the time of the shooting, none of whom he could call by name. 

He has known RUBY for six or seven years, only casually, and 
had no extended conversations with him. Some time, exact date not 
recalled, he wrote a traffic ticket for a violation which RUBY 
committed in his presence. He last saw RUBY about four weeks prior 
to the shooting. He did not speak with OSWALD or RUBY after the 
shooting. 

He does not know of any police officer or ex-police officer 
who has ever worked for RUBY. He has no knowledge of any political 
activity or beliefs of RUBY. He did not know OSWALD prior to the 
assassination and has no knowledge of any connection between OSV/ALD 
and RUBY. 

He understands the garage area v;as searched by a group of 
officers prior to bringing OSWALD down. He personally sa w MELBA 
^|P|'^MQSA, an employee at the Police Department Information Desk, 
fvefused admittance to the basement just prior to the shooting. He 
noticed the reserve policeman inside the basement at the double doors 
challenge Captain JONES, who was in plain clothes at sometime before 
the shooting. 

He did not personally request identification of anyone 
since he understood the entrances to the basement were being guarded 
and identification was required for persons to enter. 

He advised the following is a list of officers that he 
remembers seeing in the basement just before and after the shooting: 

B. H. CONBEST R. L. LOWERY 

J. H. HUTCHINSON CHARLES GOOLSBY 

W. J. HARRISON W. E. CHAMBERS 

WILBUR CUTSHAW Captain FRANK MARTIN 

JAMES WATSON Lieut. W. WIGGINS r ((> tf -^ 

L. D, MILLER R. 0. WAGONER 



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153 



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"November tf', I963 

"Mr. J". E. Curry 
Chief or Police 

"SUBJECT: Shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald 

"Sir: 

"On Sunday, November 24, 1963, aboKt 11:00 A.M., I was in 
the basement of the City Hall, Police Gourds Building. Capatln 
0. A. Jones walked by and told me that som'j detectives fromttie 
third floor would be down shortly and for rae to remain there 
and tell them to wait for him in fron the Jail office 
window. 

'Ve were assigned to the basement hallway of the Jail office 
by Captain O.A. Jortee, evenly divided on each side of the 
hallway. Our instructions were to keep the hallway clear 
all the way to the armored car. 

"R.L. Lowery, B. H. Corabest, Jerry Hutchinson, and myself 
and possibly some more, were assigned to the South side 
of the hallway directly across from the ox-tslde entrance to 
the jail office. On the other side of the hall were Charles 
■JGoolsby, James Watson, W. ,E. Chembers, W. J. Harrison 
end W. J. Cutshaw. I am not sure of the order of their 
stations. 

"About ten minutes passed when Captain Juries came over with i 

Sergeant Putnam and they both told the people Of the 

press to clear the hallway completely and to move out into the 

drive North of the Railway and to the East of the ramp 

drive where the armored car was parked. They then told them 

not to ask Oswald any questions as he was leaving the 

building. . 



"About 11:30 A.M. Lieutenant R. E. Swain oame out ofthe 
door of the Jail office followed by Captain Fritz. The lights 
from the many cameras came on immediately. Following Captain 
Prltz was J.R. Leavelle, Lee Hairvey Oswald and L. C. Graves. 
Follot^ng these was L. D. Montgomery. 










BEATY,B.L. Deposition-'' 

Dallas 3-26-64 



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154 



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"About half way o\i to the hallway the press began to 
reach at Oswald with microphones asking him to make a 
statement . 

"I took one step Into the hall anticipating following Oswald, 
Graves and Leavelle to the armored car. I heard a shot and 
looked over to see many police officers subduing Jack » 

R;,by. I saw L.C. Graves take a snub-nose pistol from Ruby's hand 
as he was forced to the floor, 

"From where i was stationed. Just inside the Jail office 
,.hallway, I could see one police office and a reserve officer. 
''They were stationed at the wlnd6ws of the Jail office and were 
checking everyone that came inad out of this entrance , I 
recall that either one or both had been there since 9:30 A.M., 
this date, and that on one occasion Melba Espii^osa, an employee'- 
at the Information Deskj, was refused admittance to the base- 
ment . 

"Never during the entire operation did I see anyone enter or 
leave the basement without, being properly identified and 
in many instances searched. I neve-r did see Ruby until after 
I hesre the shot. 

"The following is a list of the officers Isanedpar seeing 
close .by! ^ 



"B.H. Ccmbest r, 
J.H. Hutchinson' 
W.J. Harrison 
Wilbxir CutshaW 
James Watson - 
R, L, Lowery 



"Charles Goolsby 
W.E. Chambers 
Captain Frank Martin 
Lieutenant W. Wiggins - 
L. D. Miller 
R, C. Wagoner 

"Respectfully submitted. 






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/b/ B. L. Beaty, Detective 
Special Service Bureau 
Narcotic "Sec^a^fr"- 



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155 



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■ ^ ro-joi («.». s-J-»») C-^FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGaOn S- 

(^)fV^S^_iV, I'/f' \ HHt. December 2, 1963 

Mr. IRA JEFFERSON "Jack" BEERS on interview at his 
,. residence, 10913 Joaquin, Dallas, advised that he has been 
-ivJ^ a cameraman for the Dallas News for about fifteen y^ars and 
i)^^' worked for the Tlroes~Rerald for about three years before that. 
^jr^' He was present In the basement of the Dallas Police and Courts 
■^^ Building on Sunday, November 24, 1963, fet the time JACK RDBy . 
shot LEE HARVEY OSWALD, and he had the opportunity of ob- 
serving this shooting and' of taking a photograph of It. His 
';^ assignment was to obtain photographs of, the transfer of OSWALD . 
from the Dallas Police Jail to the Dallas County Jail. He 
arrived in the basement of the Policy and Courts Building at 
approximately 9:00 a.m. and stationed himself on a railing 
. in the east side of the drive-through ramp which would place 
^ him directly across this ramp from the entrance to the 
^r book-in desk of the Dallas City Jail. , He was still in this 
^^ , position as the officers came out of the dooz* to the book-ln 
office bringing OSWALD with them to transfelr him. He had ' 
been looking, lover the crowd present which he estimated aa 
^..'' consisting of approximately fifteen officers and 30-35 
■/ members of the press. He was aiming his camera and snapping 
> a picture Just as JACK RUBY moved in from his right and 
stuck his gun against OSWALD to kill him. This is the 
photograph that was used as a full front page picture in the 
Dallas News on Monday morning, November 25, 1963. 

He was not required to show identification to get into 
. the basement of the Police and Courts Building; however, he 
was carrying his camera and is personally acquainted with 
practically all police officials in Dallas, having bean 
associated with Dallas newspapers for at least the last 18 
■ years, and he is sure the officers who saw him in the basement 
Tknew who he was and were acquainted withJilm. He also ob- 
/served the officers searching the cars parked in the parking 
larek. He saw uniformed officers set up as guards in the 
.. Sparking area and observed uniformed guards at the Main Street 
entrance to the drive-through ramp and in the vicinity of 
the armored car which was at the Commerce Street exit to the 
drive-through ramp. ' 

Be is acquainted with RUBT both by name and by sight 
since about 18 nonths ago he was assigned aa a cameraman 



_Ex.No.5350 BEERS, Ira J. Depositioii_ 
Dallas 4-14-64 



11/30/63 . Dallas, Texas -.. m DL 44-1639 



NAT A. PINKSTON and 
by Special A^,..i S W, HARLAN BROWN/g« p^,^ dletat.<l 1^/2/63 



Tlila deeaaaal e 



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I U «•« Ha eaalaala «• aat la M 4Ulrlb«la4 aalaMa raar afaavri 

Beeks Exhibit No. 5350 



156 



2_ 

DL 89-A3 

with DALE BAYSE, a reporter for the Dal Lis News, on a story 
BAYSE was doing on a stripper school being run by JACK RUBY. 
This was a story for a magazine, and he and BAYSE spent all 
day at JACK RUBY's Carousel Club for the purpose of ob- 
taining material for this story. That was his only con- 
nection with RUBY, and he does not know whether RUBY would 
remember him or not. 

At the time of the shooting, he could observe only 
the back of JACK RUBY and did not even recognize the person 
as RUBY until he was told by an officer the identity of the 
person shooting OSWALU. He thought at the time that RUBY 
was a detective who had gone berserk. 

Mr. BEERS stated that he is sure JACK RUBY was not 
in the basement of the Police and Courts Building during the 
greater part of the morning and is sure that he was not 
\ there prior to the time a large group of press personnel 
Y\ came out of the building into the drive- through ramp area 
ia few minutes prior to the shooting. He feels sure that had 
jRUBY been there prior to the time of the arrival of the 
I crowd he would have seen and recognized RUBY. 

He did not talk to RUBY any time between November 22 
and 24, 1963. 

He feels that the police officers were taken com- 
pletely by surprise by RUBY's actions and saw nothing 
whatever to indicate to him that there was any conspiracy 
on the part of anyone to permit RUBY to infiltrate the 
crowd and kill OSWALD. 

Mr. BEERS stated he observed the following persons 
present at the time of the shooting representing press media: 

BOB JACKSON, Times Herald ; IKE PAPPAS, WNEW, 
New York City; MIKE SMITH, Associated Press, Los Angeles; 
JIM ENGLISH, WBAP, Fort Worth; and (FNU) JOHNSON, United 
Press IntemaClonal. 

Beers Exhibit No. 5350— Continued 



157 



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Deceniber *», 1963 



IRA JEFFERSON "JACK" BEERS, 10913 Joaquin Drive, Dallas, Texas, 
advised he is a staff photographer for the Dallas Morning News and took 
the photograph of RUBY just prior to the instant when he fired the fatal 
shot into OSWALD'S body, in the basement of the Dallas Police Departnenr 
on the noming of November 2^, 1963. 

BEERS stated that he arrUred in the basement of the Municipal 
Building at approximately 9 a.m. , having been assigned this duty by his 
paper. At the time he arrived there were approximately ten to twelve 
people in the basement and NBC and CBS television cameras were already 
in place. These cameras were located dii?ectly opposite the double doors 
through which OSWALD would be brought for loading into the conveyance foP 
transportation to the Dallas County Jail. 

BEERS was not challenged by anyone on entering and came Into 
the basement down the steps from Comnerce Street. BEEPS does not recall 
that the cameramen or newsmen there at the time had any identification 
badges or other means of identification which were visible. 

Seers located a spot jnst to the left of the NBC camera, sitting 
on the top of two railings. He stated that he had made arrangements with 
the NBC cameraman to tap him on thq leg as OSWALD turned the comer frco 
the corridor to the right toward the loading conveyance , which would 
permit BEERS to get out of the way of the TV camera which would be panning 
and following the route of OSWALD. 

At approximately 20 minutes to 11 BEERS estitiated the crowd had \ 
increased to approximately •»0 or 50 people, consisting of newsmen, photo- 
graphers, and cameramen, and he stated that he noticed just behind where 
the cameras were set up and where he was stationed^, there was a line of 
Tinlformed Dallas Policemen. 

The news reporters were standing in front of BEERS and from 
BEERS' position on the railing above them he had decided to shoot for one 
clear photograph of OSWALD'S face as he came down the corridor, this shot 
to be made over ^he heads of the newsmen present. 

Just prior to the time that OSWALD came out of the elevator a 
police car was backed down the ramp* and BEERS noticed i:hat a number of 
the newspaper reporters were practically pinned againsi: the wall of the 
ramp by this polic* vehicle. He also stated that there were two armored 

4—ii^— ■naaai—— a^miiihiiajififc 

_£x.No.5351 BEERS, Ira J. Deposition — 
Dallas -i-14-64 

12/3/63 . Dallas, Texas _„ -, DL «»«»-1639 



\ 



FU. I . 



by Speciol Afl,,i» JAMES C. KENNEOT and ,. , q^. Aeteted ^^3/63 

V WILL HATDEH GRimN:bn» 

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|PM» atMcrf H «a« Ms ••■•Mto at* aaf M )M dtojf Ikahie cMsU^ f *kr ataMT. 

Beers Exhibit No. 5351 



158 



vehicles, one In the basement, and one near the driveway from the Commerce 
side. 

BEEFS was in position apd was training his 65 millimeter lens, 
2 !/•♦ X 2 1/4 Mamaylaflex (Japanese made) camera, looking into the view 
finder, and focusing on OSWALD as he came through the double doors from 
the elevator- Inasmuch as his view was limited and he was trying for one 
clear shot, BEEKS did not notice anything until he first saw a hat, and 
did not know that he had obtained the photograph which was published 
throughout the nation until he had the shot that he made developed. 

BEEKS stated that he had not at any time observed JACK ?UBT prior 
to the time that he observed the hat through his view finder and "supposed" 
that RUBT tmist have been standing in the second row o? those present , 
ifhich would have been along the vail to the front and right of the TV 
cameras „ 

Just prior to the time that RUfiT stespped forth and fired the 
fatal shot, an individual wearing glasses standing on the same side of the 
basement from which RUBY appeared, extended a microphone in front of OSWAU) 
and for an instant gained OSWALD'S attention, inasmuch as he turned his 
head to the left just prior to returning his gaze to the front, at which 
time BEERS snapped his photograph as RUBY surged forward and fired. 

<i 

BEERS recalled that the shot was a dull, muffled explosion, 
indicating that the gun was very close to OSVALD's body, and BEERS stated 
that imnediately thereafter complete pandemoniun existed, and that he 
rewound his camera and began snapping additional pictures, only to learn 
later that he had rewound past the next negative. 

After the shooting BEERS went back up into the building and 
was forced to show his press photographer credentials to gain entrance to 
the building. T Ji''y^^oL-J f^oi-> ' /'■ "^ ^ i^'^ x/'wc-//'f ^. . -, -}/ 

BEERS did not know RUBY prior to this shooting, nor did he know 1 
OSViALD, other than bfving present on the previous dav, November 23, 1963, when 
OSWALD had been brought downstairs from the jaii to appear before repre- 
sentatives of the Dress and television, at which tine BEERS seated OSWALD had 
what he would consider a "smirk" on his face. BEERS said that while OSWALD was 
being brought down the hall for this appearance, he seemed to be searching 
for a alcrophone in which to make some statement, inasnuch as he looked at 
BEERS' camera and thea turned and looked along the line of newsoen and 
photographers and stated "I want an attorney." 

BEERS has no ld«a bow RUBT gained access to the basement. ^ rC **.^ 
Beers Exhibit No. 5351 — Continued 



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It is noted during prior interview on November 30, 1963, BEERS 
advised that he was not required to show identification to get into the 
basement of the Police and Courts Building; however, he was carrying his 
ceimera and is personally acquainted with practically all police officials 
in Dallas, having been associated with Dallas nowspcpers for at least the 
last 18 years, and he is sure the officers who naw him in the basement knew 
who he was and were acquainted with him. He also observed the officers 
searching the cars parked in the parking area. He saw uniformed officers 
set up as guards in the parking area and observed uniformed guards at the 
Main Street entrance to the drlve>through ramp and in the vicinity of the 
smored e«r which was at the Coonerce Street exit to the drivt-through ran^. 



Beees Exhibit No. 5351 — Continued 




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160 



(l Frank Bellocchio Exhibit 1 

ro-JM (ii«r. %^.\%\ FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVE5TIUA I ion 



Dot* 



December 6, 1963 




FRANK BELLOCCHIO, 9832 San Lea Drive, Dallas, Texas, 
furnished the following information : 

Mr. BELLOCCHIO operates the Jewelry firm, Bellocchio 'a. 
Inc., 1517 Commerce Street, Dallas. 

On the afternoon of November 23, 19o3, the day following .. 
the assassination of President KENNEDY, BELLOCCHIO met a friend, 
TOM APPLE, 2124 Forrest Cakes, Dallas, at Sol's Turf Bar, r^N 
Commerce Street. BELLOCCHIO estimated the time that he and TOM 
APPLE were at Sol's Turf Bar as between 4:00 and 2:00 p.m. 

While sitting at the bar discussing the death of 
President KENNEDY with APPLE, BELLOCCHIO decided to walk 
towards the rear of the bar. 

BELLOCCHIO who has known JACK RUBY casually for 
approximately 7-8 years, saw RUBY standing away from the bar 
and he stopped to talk with RUBY. During their conversation 
BELLOCCHIO took from his pocket a folded full page article 
prepared by BERNARD WEISMAN that had appared in a Dallas 
newspaper on November 22, 1963. 

RUBY upon seeing the article, became very upset and 
loud and he told BELLOCCHIO that he had been to the newspaper 
office and had been advised that there was no such person by 
the name of BERNARD WEISMAN. RUBY also was disturbed by 
the name WEISMAN as RUBY felt that the name may have been 
used to create anti-semitic feelings. RUBY told BELLOCCHIO 
th6t he had learned that the ad placed by the person using the 
name WEISMAN had been partially paid in cash and that a third 
of; the price of the ad still remained unpaid, BELLOCCHIO 
is' specific in this recollection because he thought that It was 
odd that the paper would accept an ad on partial payment. 

RUBY then displayed to BELLOCCHIO a polaroid photograph - 

of an outdoor sign board displaying the sign, "Impeach EARL 

WARREN." BELLOCCHIO stated that RUBY thought the sign board 
Improper and did not like it. 

It is BELLOCCHIO 's recollection that RUBY had two 
copies of the photograph and BELLOCCHIO asked RUBY for a 
copy of the photograph. RUBY refused to give BELLOCCHIO a 

12/5/63 «♦ Dallas, Texas // ^ P,l, j^ Dallas 44-1639 
by Special A9«n» JAMES S. WEIRtBL D,„ j,^,^„j 12/5/63 

ThU doeamant eontalna nalther racommaQdallona nor conclualona of tha FBI. It la Iha propartlr of Iha FBI and la loaoad le 
yoat avaaeri II and Ha eootanla ara net la M dutrtbal*<t mttaida root a««n<?r> 

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photograph. BELLOCCHIO then asked RUBY If RUBY would let him 
Bhow it to a friend of his who was at the bar.. 

RUBY and BELLOCCHIO then walked to the frbnt'{of the 
bar where TOM APPLE was sitting and BELLOCCHIO showed APPLE 
the photograph. BELLOCCHIO again asked RUBY for the photograph 
but RUBY again refused and said that he wanted to make sure that 
the photograph got into the right hands. 

It is BELLOCCHIO 's recollection that RUBY may have 
used the word "scoop" in stating his reasons for not giving 
BELLOCCHIO the photograph. It is BELLOCCHIO 'a opinion that 
RUBY may have had ist mis^d furnishing the photograph to the 
newspaper. • 

According to BELLOCCHIO, during the time that he 
talked to and saw RUBY at the bar, RUBY was not drinking and 
he gave no inference of having been drinking. Shortly there- 
after, RUBY departed the bar alone. BELLOCCHIO has no information 
or knowledge of RUBY'S associates or personal; activities, 
BELLOCCHIO did not know LEE HARVEY QSWALD nor did he have 
any information pertaining to any aBsoclatlon or aoqualntanoe 
between OSWALD and RUBY. . ; ^ 






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FREDERICK A. BEIBERDORF, 8603 Midv/ay Road, medical ) a V 

student. Southwestern Medical School, University of Texas, ^^ j 

at Dallas, Texas, \ias contacted at the Southwestern Medical \* y V^ 

School and immediately advised of the official identities J 

of the interviewing agents, the fact that he did not have ^ ^^a/ 

to make a statement and that any statement he did make could v '^r^^ 
be used against him in a court of la\7. He was further advised /( ■^^ .. 

of his right to consult an attorney prior to interview. He ^ ^ ^ ' 

furnished the following information: v>v i "^ 

BEIBERDORF stated he reported for duty as the First '^,' X "^ 
Aid attendant in the basement of the Police and Courts r^vj^^ "^ 
Building at approximately 9:30 aom, , Novcimber 24, 1963. K "^ 

He stated he relieved a BILL IiALL, former classmate, v/ho T^ ^ 

had been on duty since noon of the previous day. He advised he P- 
reported to the First Aid Office in the basement which is located 
immediately to the east of the Main Streot ramp of the basement 
against the east wall of the buildin;;. He advised he remained 
there until about 9:45 a„mo when a pclico. officer requested 
him to vacate the office and to leave the. basement area. He 
stated he then took up his position in the basement at the 
intersection of the hallway underneath the City Hall. He 
advised that from this position he had an unobstructed view 
of the basement parking area and that he did not notice if 
there v/ere any doors between him and the basement area. 
BEIBER!pORF stated he was at this position when he sav; OSVIALD 
being brought into the basement area accompanied by several 
detectives , and then he thought he heard a gunshot and immediately 
proceeded into the basement area. He stated this took him 
several minutes due to the confusion and by the time he 
reached the general vicinity of the location where OSVJALD 
had been shot, he found that OSWALD and B.UBY had already been 
removed from the scene. He stated he searched the immediate 
area for several minutes before proce3ding into the jail 
lobby adjacent to the parking area wh^re he was asked to 
identify himself by a detective at the door. He stated he 
then immediately saw RUBY lying face up in the jail office 
lobby approximately ten feet inside the jail lobby door. 



C 1^ 8 S' 

»n l?/5/fS3 of Dallas, Tpx^s Pi,, # PL 44-1639 

EDWARD J. MABEY & 
>y Special Ag.nf 9 KENNETH p. HUGHES /csh ^^^^ j.^^^^^^ 12/6/63 

rhl» doeuBcnt contains neither reeommandattena nor concluatona o( tha FBI. It U Iha propaiiy of Iha FBI and U leaitad le 
rour agaocr; »• and Ua oealania aro not la ba dUUlbutad outalda your aqmner. 

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and he then saw OSWALD in the same position approximately 

half way between RUBY and the elevator which had earlier 

taken OSWALD tn the basement. He stated he could not 

detect a pulsej/breathing or heartbeat of OSWALD and that 

OSWALD'S pupils had partially dilated. He stated he was 

und^r the impression OSVIALD had expired. He noted that 

someone had pulled OSWALD'S shirt up to his chest and he could 

see a puncture wound on the left side of OSVJALD's stomach 

just below the rib cage but that no -external bleeding was 

evident. He stated he could feel the bullet in OSWALD by 

pressing with his fingers between OSWALD'S ribs en his right side, 

He stated he may liave missed hearing OSVvALD's heartbeat 

due to the noise in the jail lobby at the time. He stated 

he commenced massaging the sternum o.': OSWALD in an effort 

to start a heartbeat and that while dotg this, several 

attendants from an ambulance unit arrived, placed OSWALD 

on a stretcher and placed him in an am.bulance which they 

had backed into the basem.ent parking area from the Commerce • . 

Street ramp, Ke stated this was appro::imately five 

minutes after hs had heard the gunshot. 

BEIBERDORir' advised he continued his massaging 
during the trip to the hospital and also used the oxygen 
cup resuscitator v/hich he placed over OSWALD'S mouth and 
tliat approximately five blocks from Parkland Hospital 
OSWTALD started thrashing about and resisting his efforts 
of massaging and also attempted to remove the resuscitator 
from over his mouth. He stated that he V7as accompanied on 
this trip by Detective LEAVELLE who had been b-andcuffed 
to 0SV7ALD and two other detectives, names unkno^-m, plus the 
ambulance driver and his assistants He stated the latter two 
V7ere riding in the front seat and the two detectives were 
in a seat immediately behind the front siiat^ and Detective 
LEAVELLE was sitting immediately to his left in the rear of 
the ambulance. 

BEIBERDORF stated he follovred the amublance stretcher 
carrying OSWALD into the Emergency Ward and remained with 
OSVIALD ^vhile hospital attendants inserted a tube into OSWALD'S 
throat to aid his breathing. He stated two minutes after 

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entering the Emergency Room, also knovm as the Trauma Room, 
OS^'ZALD was removed to to the operating room. He stated this 
was the last time he saw OSWALD, 

BEIBERDOIIF advised that vhile he v/as with OSWALD ' 
in the jail lobby basement until he left him in the Emergency 
Room of Parkland Hospital that OSWALD failed to make any 
statements whatsoever, 

BEIBERDORF stated he was not acquainted V7ith JACK 
RUBY but that he had interviewed RUBY in the Dallas Police 
Jail on Sunday, November 24, 1953, at about 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. 

at vrnich time RUBY stated he had no complaints concerning 
any brutality and that the finger bruises on his upper right 
arm and a few bruises on his right vrrist and forearm v/ere 
the result of the scuffle in the basement V7hen he V7as 
apprehended, BEIBERDORF stated he gave RUBY a physical 
examination at this time in orderto insure RUBY had not concealed 
any weapon on his person. 

BEIBERDORF advised that he does not recall any double 
swinging doors separating him from the basement parking area 
prior to -the shooting end that he has since viewed several 
television tapes cf the shooting and he has been able to 
see in these tapes his position at the time of the shooting 
from the position cf the two television cameras operating in 
the basement parking area. He advised he has walked through 
this passage several tixoes previoxis to November 24, 1963, 
but does not ever recall seeing any swinging doors and that 
if there were doors between him and the basement parking 
area at the time of the shooting, they miist have been wide 
open. 

BEIBERDORF advised he has no idea how many people 
other than police officrs were in the basement area prior 
to the shooting and that he did not knov7 any of these 
people. He stated he has no knov7ledge of security measures 
that were in effect in the basement on Novenber 24, 1963, 
other than the fact he V7as asked to remove himaelf from the 
basement and he assxamed only police officers and press 
men V7ere allowed to remain. He stated he does not know of . 
any unauthorized persons permitted entrance to the basement 
or any permitted to enter without showing identification. 

BiEBERDORF EXHIBIT Xo. 5123 — Continued 



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BEIBERDORF stated he did not observe RUBY in the basement 
area prior to the shooting and that when he observed 
RUBY lying on the jail lobby floor, it vas the first time 
he had ever seen RUBY and he does not have any information 
concerning a relatiopship between RUBY and OSWALD. 

He stated he was on duty in the basement Lhis 
date as a First Aid attendant employed by the City Health 
Department and that his duties normally consisted of 
treating injured prisoners of the police department. 
BEIBERDORF stated he is a senior medical student in his 
forth year of study at the Southwestern Medical School 
and that I;ie will graduate In June, 1963, and commence 
his intex'khip. 

BiEBERDORF EXHIBIT No. 5123 — Continued 



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DsLLAs. Novcr.-.oc;- 23 
DIANA HANUI.TON '30WR0N. 
\hc 22-yc^i-o\o EngiiNli inir.sc wl'.o 
wjN wiih Prcsidjiii .'•Icn-.ici.iy whc;i 
lie JicJ. s:iiJ loilay iii;r. she h.id iir> 
iilcii w!io her p;iiicni w;is to bc 
whcn hhc was sent oul of ilie cmcr- 
gcr.cy scciioii ol' ParkianJ Hon- 
jiii.ll. D;i!l:i.s. lo help bri;-.^ liim in 
from his car on a iroiicv. 

"1 rc;iiiNeu i; when i n..» NIis. 
KeiiiieJv, whom I i-c>.ML.iii~.:,i im- 
nwiJiuicly." >hc suiii. •■ S.-.e w;,s 
siliin- in the hiiek of [he e:.r wi;ii 
[h>- PresiJoiit"s licaii in her i;iiv She 
vva;. bentlinf over him ar.J covered 
in blood." 

Mi.^s Wowron — who .irrivcJ in 
D.Tlias from her lior.ie in Riivion. 
Derbyshire, only ;iiree n-.onlli.s ayo — 
W.IS working in Ihe oiinor siirsery 

p.ir! of, ihe emergeney scciion when to .-i^y ouliic'e. buL she e:.mc bnck in ' 
' sl;e he.iro a loudspeaker call f*)r jus. as he tJied. i 



Ni:.-;.e Uovvroii j 

i;h ihe iroiley. and sUje.l j 
bce.ime too crowded. . "J"hc 
hosiiinl M.ilT iried lo persiiaile her I 



nurses io orinj in an inci 
V.'ithin minuics s|-,e \i 
in Tl'.e dran-..i she svii; 
l-.er lite. " Wc h:^c ;o 
Connally ou; of ihc cjr 



"Alter he clieil. she kissed liis hand. 
Ihen look olT Iter wedfiin;; rin:; and 
blipncj i: on to hi.s sveddin? linscr. 
It eruiie jusi up 10 ihe knuckle." 



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pltiincd. "When wc broi 
President he was covered 
from il-.e r.owers which Mr 
was carrying;, and as w-e " 



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.v.th petals 
.. Kennedy 
vorked on 
him they were seailered all over the 
fioor of the room." 

She helped to eui oil the President's . 
clothes and to hand .the doctors the 
equipment for ihe intravenous inicc- 
lions., blood -transfusion and 
tracheotomy which ihey iried. 



to Mass 



Wi-siii.vr.ios. November ;.1.--.VIrs. 
jacqueh.ie Kenncvl.v today ii^ok her.l 
two children. Car.slii-.e and John, lo j 
a speci.il .Mass said in the liasi Room i 
of the White House sshorc the Presi- | 
deni's body was lyin; in repose. ] 

The children — ne\l week Caroline I 
luins SIN and John ihioe— were told 1 



'Mrt. Kennedy came into the last ni:hi of Ihe death of their laihe 



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BRITISH NURSE THERE 

from our own reporter 

Dallas, November 23 

DIANA HAMILTON BOWRON, the 22-year-old English nurse who was with 
President Kennedy when he died said today that she had no idea who her patient 
was to be when she was sent out of the emergency section of Parkland Hospital, 
Dallas, to help bring him in from his car on a trolley. 

"I realised it when I saw Mrs. Kennedy, whom I recognised immediately,'' she 
said, "She was sitting in the back of the car with the President's head in her 
lap. She was bending over him and covered in blood." 

Miss Bowron — who arrived in Dallas from her home in Buxton, Derbyshire, 
only three months ago — was working in the minor surgery part of the emergency 
section when she heard a loudspeaker call for nurses to bring in an incoming 
patient. 

Within minutes she was caught up in the drama she will remember all her life. 
"We had to get Governor Connally out of the car first, because he was in the 
front seat," she explained. "When we brought in the President he was covered 
with petals from the flowers which Mrs. Kennedy was carrying, and as we worked 
on him they were scattered all over the floor of the room." 

She helped to cut off the President's clothes and to hand the doctors the equip- 
ment for the intravenous injections, blood transfusion and tracheotomy which 
they tried. 

"Mrs. Kennedy came into the room with the trolley, and stayed until it became 
too crowded. The hospital .staff tried to i>ersuade her to stay outside, but she 
came back in just as he died. 

"After he died, she kissed his hand, then took off her wetlding ring and slipped 
it on to his wedding finger. It came just up to the knuckle." 

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S'Hsh s:;rl left hzv homo for 2 job :;; ' 

s a:;ro v/ith a buri;iii^ air.bition — to • 

the United Stutcs. •; 

At 12.50 p.m. on Frid.-iy :22-ycnr-o;U ' 
Duma Bowron's wisli was irasic.iMy 

roali.'cd . . . when she hcipsd io carry . 
PrcsiGcr.t John r". Kennedy, ciyin^ 'rorn 
an a.-;s:is.5l:i's bullets, . into Parkland 
Ko>.)ital in Dalla.s. 

For Dl.-.na hn.Q answered a " routine . 

eir.cri^'ency cr.;i," unaware that the i 

p.-.tienti wore the critically v/oundcd Mr j 

I-tenneciy and Governor John Ccnnally. _i 

Yco.ovviay spca:<l:;2 'Jy telephone '1 

'roni the hospital, Diana, who.-.e p.-irents 1 

live in Eobcrtson-road. Euxton. Derby- i 

shire, said: " It was the most terrible and ; 

shccltinj e::perience of rny ii'e." ' 

ni:-.:-.a, v.'\-.o w.-.s irp.lr.cd nt Hope Kosp'tnl, ' 

.'Sr.i.'oro. i.~.:c: "I realised who the man In I 

' the oir v.'.-.s r.s soon as I saw Jackie .' 

Kennedy. Mr Kennedy vsra.s shnnpcd .'onvard i 

In his seat— and so was Mr Connally. '. 

CcVwi'oJ vA':'.': boi:c:^c\: pci:i!c i 

•■V.'e had to brins in y.c Connally flr.st J 
be;'-.--- v.-e could set in- to the President. His 1 
.■•.-e::t was covered v/lth pctaii iron'. .Mrs 
Ki...n^t;y's t)our,uot. 

" : hcl.ocd to cut r.w.vy Mr Kennedy's 
■ clcil-.ins and to adinlnlsier Intravenous 
i.'.jv:ci;on.s. Ten doctors and several nurses 
I ir.cludir.s n-.yscir — j.cilsted in sivin; blood ', 
j ;ra.-..-;:u.sions. Then I handed instruments ; 
I :.- li-.o doctors v.'iao ;;crior;ned a tracheotomy 

o.it/.il.on to assist his breathing. 

I •• Sat there was no hope Tor hlrn. Mrs I 

I K.'nnedy was tlicre nearly all the time, j 

! . -.-: went out for' a short while. But, In ' 

i ...,.,i or what doctors said, she came back ,■ 

I a', ju.s; .IS Mr Kennedy died. , ■ . I 

i ■ V.'hen he had died, Mrs i 

I Kennedy iilsscd his hand. ^ I 

I 1"i-.,'>n she tool: o.T her ■ ■ [ 

' v. :.dd;;-.s rin,-: and slipped it ' , 

c; hi.s v<-eddlns Hnscr. But - ' j- 

the Tin,': only reached the . I 

nr.-;: knuckle. . ,^-, f 

■■ V.'e all wept with Mrs ' . j 

Kciniedy. It was the most I 

novi:-.- thine I ■ have ever ■ • ' | 

'sc.';i." .-iddcu Dl.ina. 

D;ar.a. who spol:c .'or ten 
" .-.•.!;■.>: ics Or. a telephone call 
to r.er i.'ithcr. Mr Maurice .^^ 

r,ov.-ro.i. 51, and Ills wife. iJOWTOn 
l;j;.ir:ce. -iS, expects to 
reiu.-n to this country in 
nine n-.onth.s. 
:'■ •'Dl-nc. !\lv,-ays "r.nted to 
■ Cio to America. And when 
she noticed an advertise- ' ; 

.rr.enl .'or jobs in Dallis in a ■ true ill i 
nursing Journ.al she juni?fl<.~v prx r* r j ^ 



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168 



BRITISH GIRL FOR KENNEDY 
NURSE WAS AT HIS SIDE WHEN HE DIED 

by Siydney Brennan 

A PRETTY young English girl left her home for a job in Texas three months ago 
with a burning ambition — to meet the President of the United States. 

At 12 :50 p.m. on Friday 22-year-old Diana Bowron's wish was tragically 
realised . . . when she heli>ed to carry President .John F. Kennedy, dying from 
an assassin's bullets, into Parkland Hospital in Dallas. 

For Diana had answered a "routine emergency call," unaware that the 
patients were the critically wounded Mr. Kennedy and Governor John Connally. 

Yesterday speaking by telephone from the hospital, Diana, whose parents live 
in Robertson-road, Buxton, Derbyshire, said : "It was the mast terrible and shock- 
ing experience of my life." 

Diana, who was trained at Hoi>e Hospital, Salford, said : "I realised who the 
man in the car was as soon as I saw Jackie Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy was slumiied 
forward in his seat — and so was Mr. Connally. 

COVERED WITH BOUQUET PETALS 

"We had to bring in Mr. Connally first before we could get into the President. 
His jacket was covered with petals from Mrs. Kennedy's bouquet. 

"I helped to cut away Mr. Kennefly's clothing and to administer intravenous 
injections. Ten doctors and several nurses including myself— assisted Ln giving 
blood transfusions. Then I handed instruments to the doctors who performed 
a tracheotomy operation to assist his breathing. 

"But there was no hope for him. Mrs. Kennedy was there nearly all the time. 
She went out for a short while. But, in spite of what the doctors said, she came 
back in just as Mr. Kennedy died. 

"When he had died, Mrs. Kennedy kissed his hand. Then she took off her 
wedding ring and slipi)ed it on his wedding finger. But the ring only reached 
the first knuckle. 

"We all wept with Mrs. Kennedy. It was the most moving thing I have ever 
seen," added Diana. 

Diana, who spoke for ten minutes on a telephone call to her father, Mr. Maurice 
Bowron, .51, and his wife Beatrice, 48, expects to return to this country in nine 
months. 

"Diana always wanted to go to America, and when she noticed an advertise- 
ment for jobs in Dallas in a nursing journal she jumped at the chance," said Mrs. 
Bowron. 



Bowron Exhibit 3 — Continued 



169 



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■"rhoH viu blood ill ovor wnicfi liafl boon ftroush: In, '-i 

THIRTY MINUTES DIANA WILL NEVER FORGET 

DIANA BOWRON, a 22-year-oM British nurse, told yesterday of her efforts to 
save President Kennedy's life. 

She was one of the duty nurses in the emergency section at Parkland Hospital, 
Dallas, when the dying President was rushed there on Friday. 

Nurse Bowron, from Buxton, Derbyshire, who arrived in the United States 
only three months ago, told of the drama there 48 hours earlier. 

"All I noticed at first was the big ofiicial car. Then I spotted Mrs. Kennedy. 

"President Kennedy was lying with his head slumped in her lap. She was 
cradling his head. There was blood pouring from his wounds down her legs." 

The unconscious President was wheeled into the emergency operating room. 

Then began the most dramatic 30 minutes in Nurse Bowron's career. 

"There was blood all over his neck and shoulders," she said. "There was a 
gaping wound in the back of his head. 

"The doctors tried everything," she said. "They performed a tracheotomy to 
help his breathing, they tried massaging his heart manually." 

RING 

"At the beginning Mrs. Kennedy just sat on a chair at the side of the room, 
not saying anything — just staring into space. All she asked for was a glass of 
water. 

"When the room became crowded someone led her outside. 

"She didn't come back luitil the doctors finally decided President Kennedy was 
dead. 

"Then she stood by the table, lifted his hand and kissed it. She took off her 
wedtling ring and slipi)ed it on his finger." 

Yorkshire-born Miss Bowron heli)ed to lift the President's body into the bronze 
casket which had been bi"ought in. 

BowRON Exhibit No. 4 



170 



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John Henry Branch Exhibit 1 



1 

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Mrs. JOHN P. r-TANDELL, 4521 Fairfax Street, D.^llas, 
Texas, on November 2?, 1963> telephonlcally rurni^phcd tho 
following Information to the Dallas Federal Bureau of Investica- / -*1^ 

tlon Office: / .' c 

Her maid, ELEANOR BRANCH, Informed her that BRANCH'S ".^ X^ 

husband who Is the booking agent for colored talent In '^ "^ 

Dallas, commented that on Saturday, November 23, 19^3, JACK • :^ 

RUBY was In a local Negro night club, RUBY was in high spirits ( " 

and was passing out $5.00 bills, > .i 



The following Investigation was conducted by Special 
Agents EDMOND C, HARDIN and ROBERT J, WIIiCISON: . 




Mrs. JOHN P. MANDELL, 4521 Fairfax Street and Mrs. ^ J 

JAMES OLMSTEAD, 4500 Fairfax Street, Dallas, were contacted x^ 
December 7, 1953, to determine the full name of ELEANOR 

BRANCHifl- husband, JOHN HENRY BRANCH, 3722 Greenleaf, Dallas. \i -- 

JOHN HENRY BRAliCH, 3722 Greenleaf, business address <^ ^ 
Branch Agency, 1710 Hall Street, Dallas, on December 9, 19^3, •• J^' 
advised as follows: ^'' 

He is a member of the American Federation of Musicians, 
Manager of the Empire Room Danc^hall and oi-mer of the Branch 
Agency, booking agent for Negro musicians and entertainers in 
Dallas, 

He has known JACK RUBY for approximately the past 
14 years in connection with entertainment business. RUBY has 
contacted him on many occasions over the past years in connection 
with BRANCH obtaining Negro m\islcians and entertainers for 
clubs operated by RUBY. 

He last saw RUBY for about ten minutes about 9:00 
or 10:00 P.M., November 23, 1963, in front of 'the Hall Diner 
located down the street from the Branch Agency. He had not 
seen RUBY for about the previous six or eight weeks as he 
(branch) had been in the hospital. On November 23, 1963, 
RUBY was alone and had his car parked along the street. RUBY 
talked to BRANCH about getting a Negro piano player for the 
Vegas Club, 

He did not believe RUBY mentioned the assassination 
of President JOHN P. KENNEDY or LEE H.'^RVEY OSWALD. RUBY was 
calm and appeared perfectly normal. He said RUBY Is a very 
temperanental person who la apt to get mad^ on the spur of the 
moment • 

Branch Exhibit No. 1 



171 



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John Henry Branch Exhibit 1 



TJL 44-1639 



He said that he did not see or hear of RUBY being 
In the Empire Room Dancehall or any other Negro nlrht club 
passing out $5 bills on November 23> -963 or On any other 
occasion. He did not know of RUBY being In any Negro night 
clubs on the night of November 23, 1963. 

He said he had no Information concerning the 
assassination of President JOHN F. KENNEDY on the shooting 
of LEE HARVEY OSWALD, He had no Information indicating that 
RUBY had any relationship with OSWALD. 



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Branch Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



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Brewer Exhibit A 



172 



Brlhguler Exhibit 1 




Bringuieb Exhibit No. 1 



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:o: '■ r«lr Flay for Cuba Coosalttce 

V. yj Orleans, La. 

/ / I vl£ih to Join tho Coarnit'tee . EncloGed Is uiy Initiation Fe-3 of ^l.CX;; 
and duc8 are $1.00 a month. 

/ / I c.:.nnot p'-irtlcipate aa esi active t:t;uber of the Cocjiiittce, but vich to 
become & subscriber to mallingG. Enclceed find v5'C0 for o:ie yecr. 

/ / I vould like to hiVQ a more active pcci^ In supporting "tho cauao of 1-L\/C 
Laclosed is ay contribution for 



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174 



Kr. Jarloa Li'lr^-uler, Oole>»* 

_._, _1. 'est orate, W;Anta te :. ."ii v')lle ' . 

tary of the Vilr Pxay for 'i-.y ■ tse" nus ^aol^.r-' 

at a lebatQ Lili -t ''rDSr '^il- ;■.•::. t -,..;• ..-.1 

3ti:';lro7 ...1 Hll i "31- ' "■ 

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. In Cut.:^ jfc;^j.l».„i i Tor -t-^.'*, 
.troysl tr.s 3ubatn ecjnonils 

a^lea thj.t the OubaiiS wtio ar^ en,;- 

Kr. O^r-.-jilA In t".ju.t h6 r-:i>r-3.\.t f. 

he a'Moa t^-' •*;' "-'- * '--' "•■. 

Colony. 



-oyie of Ouba Ir. .r 



" .:tro ajjent, as. agent of those ldeoiOj-;lac . which thous. -..is of young 

An.-grlaan3 had b-jeii dylnp; fl^htl;-:^ l.» Korea, I^vo-., Vldt ran and riore r«ceritl| 
In Korea aaothar tlnd, tr7ln5 to pr&serva frjoduE^ anu aeaio oracle In th-s v«»rU 

we, 3utan.j v.'lio v-nt to ru_aln our fraedott In CJutsa, - ^ 

sam® tine protoct your f rredom, -lak you ii:r;erlo^.-.3 for four *.'..!.iit> . 



1) F.el.. ua to deotroy Comr.ux.lsn In CuOa. 

^) Write to j-^ur 3on^rtj-ia'jn ii-l-rlne Tor * full 1' 
Ldo H. 0»wal'l a cjonfea^«»d "Marxlrt'*, 

3) holp those or&.inl z,at Ions >»U';h as "IXCL*." "- 
Bit lor, "^hoaa llTua are dedicated to '- - 
world and '^-■<(^r-^■■■:\J In L»tln America, 

*+; ^o a>Tfcey »<m r* bout the OoianunlBt 

:.M;u-id Kr " .11 " 




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175 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 13 



Brlnguler Exhibit 1+ 

OPEN LETTER TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW ORLEANS" 

The "Fair Play for Cuba Committee" has been distributing propaganda on the streets of 
.^',r;ino Americans to pressure Congress to keep "Hands Off" the Soviet Satellite in Cuba. We 
United Cuban . jfugees of New Orleans, know what a great danger the Communist colony In Cuoc 
is to every man, woman and child in America. We have seen it happen, it happened to us. 

Did you know: 

(1) That Lee H. Oswald, the local secretary of the FPCC — has admitted he is a "Marxist" 

(WDSU Radio "Conversation Carte Blanche", 6:05 P.M., August 21, 1963) 

— has admitted he spent 3 years in Russia (same progrom) 

/J f; ._■/■:■ ly I 

— has;aflr.-.:!I-ccl that he is the same ^^,,r,T\ who, it v.'as reported, had turned In his passport -to 
oorain Soviet citizenship in exchange for his U.S. citizenship. (See Washington Evening Stor, 
October 31, 1959, page 1; Washington Post-Times Herald, Nov. 16, 1959). 

(2) That c\»i:H-;,,c-ss testified that the Cuban U.N. delegation through its representative Raullto Roa, 
furnished $3,500.00 for the first FPCC newspaper ad? (See Hearings, Senate Judiciary Corr.r.-.Ittee 
on FPCC, April 29, May 5, Oct. 10, 1960 and Jan. 10, 1961). 

(3) That a picture shtvwing the National Secretary of the FPCC organization, Alleen Grant, j^.^- 
r.adlng Premier of Communist China, Chou En Lai, was introduced in evidence at the same S^ncic 
hearings? 

(■4) That the original FPCC Honorary National Chairman, Waldo Frank, wcote an article "How : 
Came to Communism: Symposium" (New Masses, Sept. 1932, pp 6 & 7). 



Whor can you do about the danger that FPCC presents to you and your family? 

(1) Write your Congressmen and enclose this leaflet, expressing your concern over the activllles 
of the FPCC pressure group. 

(2) Contact the leaders of local Civic organizations, especially those to which you belong, urging 
them to issue public resolutions against the FPCC and Its local activities, and to reprint this open 
letter or the Resolution, or both in their Club Bulletin. 

(3) Support a positive policy for the liberation cf all Captive Nations. 

We Cubans are united on this matter because It has hcppeiicd to us once. We can see it beginning 
to happen here. Please defend the greatest bastion of Fieodo.n the world has ever known — America, 
Act now. 

Sin cerely. 



*The above organizations represent 
nearly all of the ^ Cuban 



UNITED CUBAN REFUGEES* 

Cuba.i Ri>- olutlonary Council 

Cuban Revolutionary Rescue 

Cuban Educavional Directorate 

/j.lphc 66 

Cruzade 

Cuban Student Directorate 



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176 




Brock (Alvin) Exhibit No. 5113 



177 



rD.jo2 (R.T. ,^.j.) :.EDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIC 'T 



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Dote December 6. 1963 

(1) 

Mr. ALVIS R. BROCK, 207 East Baylor, Ennls, Texas, was advised he 
did not have to make any statement , any statement he made could be used j 

against him in a court of law, he had a right to talk to an attorney, and 
of the identity of SAs ROBERT J. WILKISON and EDMOND C. HARDIN. No threats 
or promises were made to BROCK. 



( 



BROCK advised as follows: 

He is employed as a patrolman by the Dallas, Texas, Police Department i^ '* ^^ 
and assigned to main Police Headquarters. ^ ^i -^ 

About 9 a.m., November 2»i, 1963, he was on routine patrol with -cyrS 



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Patrolman M. L. WISE. They received a radio message to telephone the patrol N '^ ^ 
office. They did so and received instructions to report to the patrol off;* 
, which they did a few minutes later. 

A few minutes after their arrival Lieutenant PIERCE instructed 
BROCK and three other patrolmen to report to Sergeant P. T. DEAN in the basement 
for assignment. This was about 9:25 a.m. 

Upon arrival in the basement they contacted Sergeant DEAN and Sergeant 
PUTNAM who were then together. Sergeant PUTNAM assigned BROCK to guard the 
elevator entrance located at the east .^r-^ of the basement in the garage area. 
Sergeant PUTNAM instructed him not to allow anyone except police officers and 
press representatives into the basement and to check everyone's identification. 

The elevator where he was on duty was an elevator not used very much 
and possibly was a freight elevator. He assumed his position a few minutes 
after arrival in the basement. 

When he first arrived at the elevator there were three city employees 
at the elevator in addition to the elevator operator. A few minutes later 
Sergeant PUTNAM told him that the city employees would have to leave. He and 
Sergeant PUTNAM then made the city employees leave the area. Sergeant PUTNAM 
told the elevator operator to keep the elevator on another floor or not to 
operate it. 

, A little while later Sergeant PUTNAM brought a TV man over to the 
elevator, who used it to go to one of the upper floors and return to the basement 
a short time later. When the TV man was returned in the elevator to the basement. 



„ 12/4/63 „. Ennis, Texas ^, „ DL 41-1639 

: "' . — Filo ff 

by Sp.ciol Ag.nt S ROBERT J. WILKISON and ^ Jl^t„».J 12/6/63 

EDMOND C. HARDIN :bnm ua o aiciar.a 



Thi. documant ceolalaa D«llh«r rceomiundallena nor eonolustons ef th« FBI. It ta th* properly o( Iho FBI and U loaned to 
youf agonor; tl and lla ooalonia ar« sot to b« diaUlbvlad onlsid* your a««^^^BMB|^^^B||H||H^^B^m| 

_Ex.No,5114 BROCK, A.R. Deposition, 

Dallas 3-26-64 

Bbock (Alvin) Exhibit No. 5114 



178 



DL HH-1639 
(2) 

Sergeant PUTNAM told the elevator operator not to answer the elevator buzzer 
any more and to keep the elevator on another floor. \ 

At about IO5U5 a.m. Sergeant DEAN and Sergeant PUTNAM contacted 
several of the officers, including BROCK, in the basement area. Sergeant DEAN 
assigned them traffic assignments along Elm Street during the period when 
OSWALD would be transferred from City Jail to the Coianty Jail. BROCK was 
assigned to the Elm Street - Irving Street intersection and assumed that 
position shortly thereafter. When he left the elevator area there was a 
reserve police officer nearby and he assumed the reserve officer was watching 
that area. 

He worked his traffic assignment at the Elra Street - Irving Street 
intersection vintil about 11:30 a.m. At about that time another traffic 
officer, M. L. WISE, picked him up and they reported to Parkland Hospital 
for assignment. 

He was not in the basement area when OSWALD was shot. 

He does not personally know JACK RUBY but iaelieves he would recognize 
RUBY on sight. He did not see RUBY on the day of tha shooting, or between 
November 22 and November 24, 1963. He never worked for RUBY or in any of 
ruby's night clubs. He does not know any police officers who ever worked 
for RUBY and never heard of any police officer ever working for RUBY. 

He did not know how many police officers and people other than 
officers were in the basement area. While he was in the basement area he 
did not see anyone other than officers or press representatives. He was not 
familiar with the security measures in effect in the basement area, but 
observed that a police officer was at the entrance to the basement ramp. 
He had no occasion to require anyone to identify themselves. No one got off 
the elevator when he was on duty at the elevator other than the one, previously 
mentioned, TV man. 

He never heard of OSWALD before the assassination of President 
JOHN F. KENNEDY. 

He never heard of any relationship between OSWALD and RUBY. 

He does not know of any unauthorized person who .was permitted entrance 
to the bcisement or of anyone permitted to enter without showing identification. 

He does not have any additional pertinent information concerning 
the shooting of OSWALD. 

Brock (Axvin) Exhibit No. 5114 — Continued 



179 



1 

CL 44-1639 



Tfovenber 26, 1963 

ntr. J. K. Carry 

Chief of Police ^ ; 

'Subject: Assignoant of Officer \« ' y 
Alvis R. Brock #1661 ^ ^ "' 
Sunday, Kovenber 24, 1963 \.V 

"Sir: C^^. '' 

''XJn Hoveaber 24, 1963 at about 9 A.¥. I vas advised to J^\ <;^ J^\ 
report to 511. At approxiaately 9:25 A.M. Lt . Pierce X / -^ 
told Be to report to Sgt . Dean In the Baseoent . ^ V; x. 



:^ 



V^ 



Sgt. Putnaa assigned ne to the elevators on the East ^ V- ~ 

side of the Basesent . My instructions were to let no '-^ ^r- 

one but Police Officers and Newsnen into the basecent J^ v^?^^ 

and to check I.D. on everyone. There cere several city \ 

eap loyee 3_stjLndlng_J.n_thl3_area lookTrg". T told these 

people toT^ave and advised tlie' elevator operator to 

keep the elevator on the first floor. The only person 

using the elevator after this ras a T.7. man who went 

to the fifth floor and returned. The elevator operator 

was told not to answer the biizzer to the Basement again. 

I rec::lned at this assignment until atout 10:45 when 

Sgt. Dean and Sgt. Putnam called several of us together 

for traffic assignments . 

1 was assigned to Sim and Eirvay to step traffic and 
reported lju»edlately to this location. I remained there 
until abont 11:30 A.M., when my pcrtncr picked me up 
and we reported to Parkland Hospital lor assignment. 

"Bespectfully subaitted, 

'/a/ 

Alrls F. . Brock - 
Patrolnan, #1661 
Patrol Division" 



.j;x.No.5n5 BRXK,A.R. Depcsitic 

Dallas 3-26-64 



Bbock (Alttv) Exhibit Xo. 5115 



180 



>fery Brock Exhibit A — 



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^c.2._£.w Tgaclcc Scr'vi.cs S~3.~;.ori j.occ."csc ;^. ~r.3 tiow o^cc/c cr 

:.a~3ly 1:3C ?M a v.'hite r:£ile ccccribcd as approxizia-ely 2C years 
;5 age: 5 reetij ID ir.ches ; I. i.gr-'C— colored cozr^p— exi.or. > v?ear-.r.g 
-Z.g.'"." cJ.o~rij.rig J came pasti .ler wa_.<2.r.g a'c a _ asz pace j wear^r.g a 
. I- ^.''.~ — co_orec "acxe'C ariv. w^Tn ni.s ."iancs i-r. r.i.s pccKe~s» 

'o-mr.y I\e3rnolcs Usee Car Lot ^ SCO Jefferson Street, appeared a.~ 
;allev:-"s Texaco Service STawion, r^cir.g inquiry as to wheTher she 
".^d r.c.Ticed The young whiTe rxan cor.e by t:h.e sTaTion. She ini:.- 
:aT;.d she ':^.z.z..^ aT 'jhicn Ti~e They infomed her ThaT Thi-S ind;.v:.cual 
".ad in ail prohahiliTy shoT a Dallas pcl^ice orr^cer. Sne acv:L3ec 
:he infomed Thezi ThaT The individual proceeded ncrTh behind The 
rexaco STaTion and she lasT observed h;.n m The park;.ng 1::t 
LirecTly behind Bailee's Texaco Service STaTion. 

. iw Crj.eans r'D v ——212i' caTed AugusT i; , .iScoj vrm.cn sne i.denT^rz.ec 
13 b^ing The sar:e person she cbservad on Xcverier 22, 1953 » aT 
:alle'.:- ; Texaco Service STaTicn. 

Mrs. 3R0CX advised aT The Tiz:e she saw CS'.t'.-.T.D en 
rcveziber 22, 125 S; she was unavrare of The facT ThaT PresidenT 
'Zy.y. ?ITZGZR.-J_D KZ2v-CE3Y had been assassz-naTed, and she was unaware 
:haT lallas Police Cf ficar J. D. TIPPZT had been shoT. 



oGHN T. KZSLER and 

BbOCK I Maby I ilXH3IT A 



ISl 



_ Robert Brock Exhibit A 
•-O-302 (Hov. 3-3-so) FEDERAL EURZAL' Or iXVESTIGATlOX 

1 ■ ■ n... 1/22/6^ 



{ R03ERT BROCK, 4 310 Utah; Dallas, Texas., advised that 

■■, on NovCiT.ber 22, 196 3 ^ he was employed as a jnechanic at Roger- 
vBallew .Texaco Service Station, 500 Jefferson Street, Dallas, 
T.;::as. rie advised that at approximately 1:30 PM, November 22, 
1953, a young white man passed him, BROCK and- his wife, and 
'proceeded, north past the Texaco Service Station into the 
parking .lot, at v;hich time the individual disappeared. 

Approximately five minutes later, WARREN REYNOLDS and 
another individual, from Johnny Reynolds Used Car Lot came to the 
Texaco Service Station and informed him, BROCK, of the fact that 
a police officer had been shot approximately two blocks away, and 
"chat the individual responsible for the' shooting had been observed 
turning north off Jefferson Street past the Texaco Service Station. 

- BROCK advised he, WARREN REYNOLDS and various police 
officers from, the Dallas Police Departm.ent had searched the 
parking lot directly behind Ballew's Texaco Se-rvice Station in 
e.f.f.orts to locate the person responsible for .the shooting, with 

.negative results. BROCK advised, however, a Dallas ,. Texas , 
police officer, name unknown, had loca"ced a jacket underneath a 
lS5v "Idsmobile which.. was parked in parking space ?/ 17. This 

. jacket apparently had belonged to the person who had shortly 
before shot a T'^llas police officer. 

ROBERT 3RCC ' v;as shown a photograph of LEE HARVEY 
OSWALD, a-c v/hich -cime he advised he could not positively identify 
same as being identical, with the individual who had passed him^ at 
Ballew's Texaco Service Sta,tion. 



P 



;.-. ■ .j-/?-l./S'-'. .r'-- .. . Dallas. Texas Pilo // PL 1Q0-10U61 

JOHN T. KESLER and 
.y S.-:c.c:=I Aror.'; ._ V^R MON MITCHEM - LAC Octo dictotod l/22/6t^ 



Brock ( Robert) Exhibit A 



182 






Earle V. Brown Exiiibit A 



Brown (Eakle) Exhibit A 






183 



Sroi-m Exhibit No. 1 



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.244/-1*- (202) 2SS-S0S7 



December 17, I963 



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BY HAND 



Mrs. Else Slegle, Director 
Community Service Society 
Deoartment of Family Services 
105 East 22 Street 
New York 10, N. Y. 

Marguerite Claverie Oswald #219055 

Dear Mrs . Siegle : 

We hand you the file #219055 in the names of 
Marguerite Claverie Osvjald (James John) . Also enclosed 
is a clipping from the Daily News dated December 3 mentioning 
the Community Service Society. 

This is to report that we conferred in this office 
on Tuesday, December 10, with Special Agent John Hurley of 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Mr. Hurley was given 
an opportunity to examine the file after giving me his 
absolute ass-orance that any Information or material con- 
tained therein would be held confidential. I explained" 
to Mr. Hurley the policy of the Community Service Society 
with respect to confidentiality. In all the circumstances, 
we believe that this treatment of this particular file was 
warranted. However, please be assured that we do consider 
such treatment a precedent for future cases. 



With best regards. 



Sincerely, 



'(siM^ i'^ ^^'Vw 



Bbown (Petex) Exhibit No. 1 



184 






MEMORANDUM 



Oswald - #219055 



COMMUNITY SERVICE SOCIETY 
FROM Else Siegle 






DATE 12/5/63 



It '.ras brought to our attention that this situation (Lao Osvrald) is a young 

rr.an '.."ho '..-c^s accused of killing the President ox" the United States and v;ho v.'as 
killed later himself vras knovrn to C35 in 1953 • ^^i looking at the folder, I 
learned that in reali-oy no meniber of the family t:as aver seen but the riDthcr 
telcphoncds v.-as offered an appoint".ent and did not keep it. Thero also vera 
various collateral contacts in February and later in I-Liy 1953 • ■^-s the newspapers 
had gotten vdnd of tho fact that CSS had soir-.e contact vith the farily, I discussed 
this situation with our legal counsel. I -was advised that no information vhatsoever 
should be given to anybody and that the folder should be sent to our lawyer's 
offiCw and any possible inquiry vdll be answered by hia. 



I 



ihis situation x-ns handled accordingly. 



cc; Legal Counsel folder 
Case record folder >/ 

Bbown (Petteb) ExHffiiT No. 1 — Continued 



185 



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cr-t-^ Sirsctcr cf I?ariLl7 Ssrvices 

ItT" Service Sccie-:' 

s'; 22 Street 

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vrils v.'ill aeldc;: ledge receipt of the Os'.-;ald file 
licii Z shall return to you when the coast Is clear. 

You are c-j-lte correct that yoii should arrange for 
11 ii:c/j:irles at the Society regarding Lee Cs'.."ald or his 
ither to -e chanr-eled to you and that you zzzrj refer all 
ich inquiries directly to z:e. In this -.;ay \:a can both 
^otect, in ny opinion, the cest interests of the Society 
?on. nlslnterpre'caticn and i;n:-;anted publicity. 

It v.-as a pleasure to speal: with you again. 

Sincerely, 



?2-3/t=:c 






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Beowx (Peteb) Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



186 



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.ST 22 STREET. NEV/ YORK ". O. N.Y. • Ai-SONQUIN A>S900 



DEPARTMENT OF FAillLY SERVICES 



i/cce^iber 2, ZS^3 



Cadwalader, '.•■'ickershaa ar.d TaTt 

1^ VsH Street 

Xew York 5f ^ew York 



Dear Vcr. 3ro-.»Ti: 



CSViAlD, Marguerite Claverie 

Jazzes John 
#219055 



.-ere Ls w.'.e record - ;">io- aiscussea v:.tr. you. - a:; 
very grateful for your help in this matter. As I ur-ders^and 
it, I vill let you kr^w as soon as possible if sosebody var.ts 
any inforinatic.-. and r.ot give your na=e and telephone nu=ber 
to the reporter. Is this right? Please let =a know. 

Sincerely yours. 



(Its.) iise Siegle 
Director 



2S/jj 



KOIIERT K. n:LLR£ANY. c«.u_ ./ lu JMr.- • MRS. VILUAM A. U. BURDEN, JiU rw. Omrm., ^ u, ««n * THOMAS McCAACE. r^ 

N:KS. CAKSET :. CaRRETSON. n. rra^^i • U'KEELOCK K. BLNCKASit. ri„ ?reu.«.i . THATCHEH K- SRO^rx. ;r, r™ 

CHARLES oVRLINCHAM, 5«cr.;«r7 • FKaNk i. HEKTZL. C«*cr«t' IKr^Cim 



Bbowx (Peteb) Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



187 



OSWALD Jares or John !'fErguerite Cleverie 



^.t^}055 



179 St. 



D ".-"ly 



1-16-53 



Bronx 



6-7-53 



(dec.) 



P. 



UD 



T..^f^ 



10-19 -39 



S&. 



aaug;D a a a a a 



2 hoyy: 



jXi service 



■/pr.p.rp.fAnn of -^'rotestant Velfere A gencies 



^-^\f^-^ . ■> Nn r^ror-ri 



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bSrli. 



?s. phoned and sovinded rather upset as she went on to ask for an appt. 
"as soon as possible." She mentioned that the problem is with her only boy Lee, 
13 yrs. of at^e. i'lrs. is a 'rfidow and alonji with boy came to i^.Y. froa Texas in 
^hiG past October, z^ver since xhe boy has been in N.Y. he has been refusinji to (jo 
to school, 'ihere has been frequent x,r\iasicy and m recent hearing before tne school 
Attenda:ice Board of JKS 117, •''•rs. was warned thet she would have to. do something 
about the boy or else the school would talte authoratative action, just what kind of 
action, Mrs. would not say. I v,'as able to clarify that suspension was not .specific 
ally threatened. Mrs. said she felt the problem was ^^robably due to the chanj^e 
in environment and the problems that '^ee was having in adapting hLT.self to the new 
surroundings. At present, the boy hasn't been back to school since the hearintj, 
and it is "nearly drivirij' her crazy." To complicate things further, i-lrs. said 
she had to move and this will mean Lee will nave to. be trcJisferred to a new school 
because she is now out of the district which is covered by JHS 117. i-Irs. men- 
tioned that she had learned of us as a result of a phone call to ■ tne Federation of 
Protestant Wol. Agency who in turn had suggested she call us. Mrs. was quite un- 
certain as to the Kind of services we have here and althou^ih I suggested perhaps v;e 
could ^ive some .fuller clarification of tnis in an interview which I would be glad 
to give her, she went to a good deal of questioning as to the type of ser/ices which 
I tried to clear up for her to some extent. 

V/hen it came to the questior^pf giving an appt., there was not one available before 
the 3oth and Mrs. expressed/ approval of this, felt that she would ncea to be seen 
sooner because she was a busy woman, worked and it was difficult for her to k-^ep 
getting timo iff. However, accepted rather reluctantly my explanation as to how 
inte.-views are based on appts. and unfortunately we do have a bit of a waiting list 
in relation to this, v.'ondered what to do immediately about Lee's not going to 
school, wondered if she should discuss this with the principal and I said that she 
certainly might do this if she wished and that i would like to be able to clear with 
the school as to understanding L's problem there a little more clearly, -his was 



CSS FAMILY SERVICE FACE SHGCTi FORM 7 



Bbown (Pe^-eb) Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



20 
So 

§cr. 
• 01 



188 



a 



9.-U 



1-16-53 contd. per;aissible with Mrs. who finally accepted an appt. for Friday, 
Jan. 30th at 2 PH with IWR. 

Eeoj:- end of t.z>j , Mrs.- Weill of Federation of Protestant, '"el. Agencies, S? 7-^SOO, 
phoned, to inquire as oo whether i-lrs. had called for an appt. i'lrs.. *< confir.aed 
thct Mrs. had called hei* to engage Federation in helping out with the problea with 
Lee. Mrs. wanted a worker to cone to the hoae and ta-J-: with the boy, something 
which incidentally I neglected to record above va.^ a request- which Mrs. had nade 
when she called me. At any rate, what Mrs. N gave me was subs tan i^i ally along the 
lines of v.hat >Irs. had discussed in her phone covnersation eaa-lier.with me. It 
was made clear to h&r that the Federation only has a referral service and suggestion 
was made that she try CSS. Mrs. Keill requested that;we..b6 in touch With har-.in 
relation to disposition iriv the case which. I promised would be done. 

Denhamimb 

1-23-53 Called JHS 117, TPv S-6211, to find out boy's new school. Tal^d with 
i'liss Aal'in, assistant principal. And explained that she was not able to give much 
in the way of impressions about the boy because she has only seen him once or twice 
and actually he only cair.e.to school while he was in 117 a total of 15 days, being 
absent ^7£r, during the period 9-30 thru 12-31-52. J-ee arrived in N.Y. in Sept. 
and initially attended the Trinity Lutheran School in the Bronx from 9-S-to-9-2o-52, 
where the record indicates he was present 9 days, -absent 6 days. I-liss Kahn felt 
«- that the boy seemed rather withdrawn, was rather difficult to reach him on the one 
cIm.-;^ instance she spoke with him. i'liss Kahn thought that PS /J^ was the new school, but t. 
suggest I call the attendance office for this information. 

Spoke with Mr, Keating of the Attendance Bureau, - LU 3-2470. 'Ar. Keating 'ei-'-plained 
that he is not currently assigned to case, rather Mr. Brennan is working witn the 
boy. Hovevei', in Mr. lirennan's absence, Mr. t- was able to give me some bacriground 
on the contact of Attendance Bureau with the family. Mr. Keating advised that he 
;:as actually, before case was transferred to i-Ir. Brennan, spoken .once with the mother. 
Mrs. complained at the time she simply couldn't handle Lee, that he. was stubborn 
s^ and refused to go to school and kept expressing vdsh to return to Texas where he 
said he felt more at home. On the other hand, mother later admitted that she does 
nag the boy quite a bit and that she would try easing up on him to see whetner he 
would go to school. L is now attending JHS 44, but apparently has only been in 
school there for about 2 days, since the first of Jan. School dispatched a visiting 
teacher to the home who spoke with the boy, trying to persuade him to come to 
school. Lee is alleged' to have replied that he would think about it and hadn't 
made up his mind, etc. To the hearing, this was held on 1-I3r53 and the District 
Superintendent's recommendation was that the boy be placed on probation ,to J-ir. 

^ Brennan until June. Mr. Keating said that it seemed there was a question of pos- 

sible suspension here and agreed at my suggestion that this might be something that ■ 

^ // -JSGT'shouli be involved in rather than CSS at this point. He, however, pi-omised to 
have rlr. Brennan phone me for further discussion on this. Denhamimb 

1-30-53 Appt. failed. Case closed. • Russell^fs 



miu^^!. m fef m 'xm_jpLU2^ 






JU-Su-.i,: V^ -^ v.J-u.....^L 



',-9", 



3-53 Miss Strickman, Youth House (AL. 4-1350) telephoned for summary which was 



given. Lee is with then on acco".nt of truancy. He seems pretty "schizy",Hallett:RH 

22P0E2 OKIY - CE2J3RAI SERVICES- 
4-29-53 Reque. t for Information from DEC. 

Bbown (Petek) Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



189 






/ 

/ '. :'- DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

/';•■--■■ . ■''■ \ CITY O? KZW YORK 



1118 GRAND CONCOURSE 
Bronx, N. Y. 



'^«., 



To £lo Rcsii-c^ 
_Qor:n'.: nt.tY Scrv.Soc. 



Family Div. 
105 E. 22 St. 



N.Y. , N.Y. 



De^r Sir: 



Re: Lee H. Oswald 

Father's name Epboyt or Jas.John 

Mother's maiden name Clavorle .Marguerite 



Children 



Address 825 E. 179 St. 



The Social Service Exchange reports the above family known to you under date of 1/1 b/ ^ 

- T,T 219055 
your Case No . 

Leo H.,B. 10/19/39 . , ,,,^ , . • ^ _ 

We ire interested in . - - This case is scheduled for hcaang in Court 

5/S 



____, and we should appreciate a summary of your contact with the family and 
this fonily 
any special information you may have regarding (if possible) before 

that date. 

Thanldnjj you for your cooperation, I am 

Very truly yours, ^ 

J.Carro 
Probation Officer. 

(] ^ . ^ , ^ 



Bbown (Peteb) Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



190 



Oswald -2- 219055 

_^ -7-^? Telephone inquiry frca Mr. Carro, Children's Court, LU8-500O ext. 30. Lee, 
13, a serious trurjicy problen, came vith mother from Texas in 8-52. Problem seems 
to have evolved around difficulty of adjustment to new environment, relationship with 
mother. Faxher died when Lee was in infancy. 

Coir.plete study made by Youth House indicated "Personality pattern disturbance with 
schizoid features, passive aggressive tendencies, •io-V~efi^-s;i»^Tje--f^M:'^*feTT7st.'2h-tr, rejection 
by a self- involved, conflicted mother." While Mrs. denies any problem, there was 
consensus in the study that both Lee end Mrs. needed help. It was felt that a 
child guidance clinic or family service agency would be preferable, with a male 
therapist for Lee, as he "can be reached by a male, shown at Youth House." Mother 
works; Lee has isolated himself, preferring to stay home and watch TV. He in intelligent, 
has an I.Q. of IIS. Family is Lutheran and therefore a non-sectarian agency was con- 
sidered first. It is known at this time that Catholic Charities has closed their 
intake for a month; Salvation Army intake situation is similar to^.ours. Mr. Carro has 
spoken with supervisor. Miss Coming, and they were in agreement that/^had been paroled 
until September, it was inadvisable to consider letting the boy wait so long for any 
kind of individual attention. The alternative if therapy cannot be found, is a place- 
ment away from the mother. 

Mr. Carro said that he would be' glad to talk with Salvation Array and at the same time 
pleaded for further consideration. I indicated that I felt in view of the difficulties 
presented, the skill required in treating such a disturbed boy, that there was little 
iilcelihood of our being able to take on the case. Nevertheless I would take it up 
with the intake supervisor while Mr. Carro in the meantime talked with Salvation Arcy. 
It was agreed therefore that I would get in touch with him either the following day or 
early the next week to advise v^ether there was any greater likelihood of our taking 
responsibility for such a case at this time. 

Applies o^on pending. Benjamin:bb 

,5-13-53 Following discussion with Intake Supervisor on 5-13, telephoned Mr. Carro 
and indicated that due to our intake situation and waiting list we could not give 
this situation the proper attention it appeared to require. Mr. Carro was 
appreciative of this, said that he was planning to call Salvation Army, was 
anxious to get the matter attended to, as he is going on vacation at the end 
of this week. • -. 

K^v P_ accepted report of our previous contact in answer to form inquiry which we 
had received. Agreed that we would not need to send written report. Benjamin: cp 

5-31-53 Case closed. 



.uai 



mmi:i - m^^^M- 



Beown (Petee) Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



^P_/ 






191 

r44-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 14 



lofvnbw 26, 1963 



AAalaifltrativa, BoUmU 

Za«ur«£c«, Sureh«a 

UZ CUias of Lm B« Oswald, S. S. So. 433-54-3937 



Sot ooc bolov 1« tha iitMtorj from our claim reeor<i« p«rt«inlx;8 to thiM 
Individual. 

Oq April 12, 1953, Ocwald filed a cUla in our Eallcs Of flea llctlna Jascar- 
C;ll88-Stoval, 522 Erow-dar, Callca, Touis, as hl3 last esployar, Ea cb-vcd 
tl^t ha vaa acpiratci oa A::rll 5, 15C3, Izzzazo "1 vza laid off bj Joha Cravaa, 
licAd of th« phocc^rc^hy end art dcportscnt, dua to Ir.cU of work," Ea chovad 
hia occupotloa to bo phor=~rax)her and hla a^a to 'j^ 23. Ba llstad hla ad- 
dreaa aa 214 V. IZealy, CalLia 9, Xcxaa. 

Oa April 16. ha vaa aallad a dctaralcitioa dlsapprovlcs his initial claia b«- 
caiisa of inou^ilclcat va^o credits. Tha only vn^a cradits vhlch vara chcwa 
wcra froa Lo-.v-r,-?ack Dlv, , vhlch la Lcslis V.'oldlnr;, Inc., 2C0 2.ic; "orth 
Vscok Street, Tjrt Worth, Tense. Oa April 29, lSi3, ho filed a dicz^rec^aat 
froa Kcv Orlc^r-.o, Lcuioiana, chsvitis that ho should also hava W3~a credits 
froa Jac^er-Cillcs-Stoval, '-"..-sa va^es vera foiu:d (they had been reported 
by tho company v::i.iox aa iacorrcct social security cunsbar), aad a ceu detenai" 
natlca approvias his elala v::3 lasued oa !l-y 8, l>$3. This datemlnatioa 
•pprovod hla clala for oaxl.-:^ benefits of $3G9 p^iyabla at tha rata of $33 
par vaaJc. Tharaaftar ba filed olalas «• indicated balovt 



Bata & ?yp« 




Khora 


of. r 'i 




fllct^ 


4-12-63 IC 


Callaa 


/i J^ 4-29-63 CiMgrMBUit) 


Be» Orl( 


5-07-63 M 






5-15-63 CC 






7-22-63 EC 






7-30-63 CO 






8-0:-63 CC 






8-13-63 CO 






8-20-63 CO 






8-27-63 CO 






9-03-63 CC 






9-10-63 CC 






9-17-63 CC 






9-24-63 CC 






10-3-63 CC 




Iftllaa 


lO-LO^ OS 




« 


« A^M. D fi^^' 


/ 




^ v^ AM^^\ 


\/^r 




A^.*., i ^. 







A-Bt. of 


Data Warrant 


P2-r— t 


K-llc4 


Valtlss Ferlod 




$33 


5-21-63 


Ksccess gamlnga » 




$33 


3-07-63 


$33 


8-09-63 


$68 (?d. Ut.W.) 


8-16-63 


$33 


8-26-63 


$33 


9-03-63 


$33 


9-05-63 


$33 


9-13-63 


$33 


9-23-63 


$33 


10-1-63 


$o (?al<l Out) 


10-8-63 








Burcham Exhibit No. i 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 



192 



2 • 



ter record* thaw eh£t on kpsil 12, 1963, ha listed hl« address m 2U V. Boely, 
Callaa, Texas; oa the elaia of Kay 7, 1963, be shsr.'sd his address as 757 TreacJi, 
Boi7 Crles:u, lou l a Un a; m July 22, 1963, he shotred a ehsasa of address to 
Post 0-fica 2cx S0061, Ecv Orleaaa, loulaiana; and oa the cLaia of October 3, 
1963, ha shwad bis address as 2515 Sast 5th Stroat, Zrvlng, Texas. 

There is co Indicatloa that we had aay corrospoadaaea vlth Oswald other t^«^ 
throcfb routlaa elaia aotloos. 

Va have checlcad our nlcrof Ua record* back to 1957 aad f lad ao prior claia 
aetious by this individual. 

V« ar* retiuastiag pbotograpb* of th* BanneTlad wrraata froi tha Sraasvrx 
Bapartaaat* 



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DO NOI WSfn MSOC IMtt KOO. V TOO UNO. fOiD O* TtAI IMS CAU> n WIU COAT »Hf fATMiNI DU£ 0« mu OAIM 

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|| D* ■•• slji tkit data ■■HI ymi giv* It to lb« dalaitoktr ft tk« l*al tlflci. 



gS 1 HAS YOUR ADDRESS CHANGED SlNa THE lAST OAIM YOU 



. ff nrET, B4TEIt YOUR NEW ADDRESS. 



OTY. 






I jl 1 0© YOU WORK OR HAVE ANY EARNMGS DURMO T>0_lAJT SEVEN DAYS BEfORE THE DATE Of THIS OAIM?. 
og » :YES*, GIVE IHt FOUOWWO JNfORMATlON.^ Ij!!.^ I WORKED HOURS VC EARNED $ . 



, TEXAS 



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Oa lk« day yaa r*p«rt M tkt lacal aKict, la ilgi tkjt clala, aatwtr ^aattlaas 1 tkraagk 1 aa tka iraal aad kack. 
|| Da aat ilga tkis dala aatil yaa jlya It la tka ckliitakar at tka la<al affka. (j - J- 9 ' ^' ^--> 
gS t HAS YOUR ADDRESS CHANGED SlNa THE lAST'OAIM YOU " 5T'Si _____ 



njED?. 



. » *YES'. ENTER YOUR NEW ADDRESS. 



OTY. 



.1 X DO YOU WORK OR HAVE ANY EARNINGS DURMO THE LAST SEVEN DAYS BEFORE THE DATC Of THIS OAIM?. 

IVWJBKED HOURS AND EARNED $ _ 



■'^3 IF *YES', GIVE THE FOUOWMO MF0RMAT10N. 



,S. WOtXMO K*. 



"CT 



ulTiatlcuHIt MTt 

nxao 



a Um •! 






MCUL WCU ITT 



C4AMWIT9 IIM« 

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BukOham Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



193 



DimiH6 TMS snrJt ours tyueDiATtxY pneceme mt atrt or mis cum*: 

X WCTE rOU READY. WJ^L', -NG. *N0 ABLE TO WOf»K?_, ^oL^ 

4. OtO YOO REFUSE ANY JOBS' ^. ^ 

5. OlD YOU RECEIVE WAGES IN LIEU OT NOTICE. VACATION fAY 0« 
HOLIDAY PAY? 



No 



KlO 



■ wi nw 



6 HAVE YOU APPLIED FOR OR DID YOU^RECEIVE VETERAN^ EDUCATION 

[ [ t .. 

AND .TRAINltW _0« SUBSIST^HCI AIJ.OWANCE ^0«, EPOCATION >SStST- 

A>ICE UNDER THE WAR ORPftASS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE .ACT7 

7 WERE JtHJ SELF-EWIPLOYEO. FARMING OR ATTENDING SCHOOL? 

1^.010 YOOHECEIVt ANY WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION, OU) (^(ff. 



hJo 



■WTsnB — 



I 



BENEFITS OR RAILROAD RETIREMENT?. 



/Jc 



DO MOT mtrrr in ma spacz— Kwuua 



OUESTKJN NOL. 



A B WEEKLY *MO^.l^fT *_ 



( )t«0 CHA»*5« ' 



MATf ^ OerA.S Off UtOKtSC KMEFITS 4/f ■ 



fynsfueLE Br riNC amo/o/' niFfsorMCtT I ceiTirr all itr * iswr 



TO 5F Tmje Afo cotiNEcr. 



DVRINS TH£ SCYC/f DAYS (UMEDIATELY PfXCEDIW nt: DATE OF THIS CLAIM 
i WERE YOU READY. WILLING, AND ABLE TO WORK'.., '' 




4. 0;D you REFUSE ANY JOBS? ^ ••-/ -^ 

5 DID YOU RECEIVE WAGES IN LIEU OF NOTICE. VACATIQf* gAY, 

HOLiaftY PAY? „ 

« HAVE YOU APPLIED FOR OR DID YOU., RECEIVE VETERAN'S EDUCATION 
ANO TRAlN'NG.Ofl SUBSISTENCE ALLOWANCE .OR. EDUCATION .ASSIST- 
ANCE UNDER THE WAR ORPHANS EDUCATION ASSISTANCE ACT' 



')0 



r WERE ^-OU SELF-EMPLOYED, FARMING OR ATTENDING SCHOOl,? mt^oT 

8 DID YOU.RE'-EIVE ANY WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. OLD /IGE 



BENEFITS OR RAILROAD RETIREMENT?. 



ix> nor wfurr IN mis space— kuarks 



OUESTWN wo. 



A 8 WEEKLY AMOUNT $. 



fiM vABif BY fine AK O/rt) ,upini(y.vtNT I ccnrr ai.l ur m •^wins ro j e rmx AM> cotKtxrr 



( IMO CHANCE <« I 

fttfi,rf u Aor TO cvTAm on iMCrA.'T m'rrin a k . S 






BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



194 



I ■• 3 1 ". 4 I TV - O I 



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m 




V 

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1 i 1 ■■ i 1 1 M I 1 1 llpi I hi liT'l 1 ~l 

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77777 J 

8 8 8^" M 
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I 
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BuKCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



195 



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2 CSS 

DQ 2 a D 3 3 3 

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n 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 



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BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 






1 «JtXAS EuriOVUENT COMMISSION 



1^ 




[3 Movj;J, Ip't no ar'.'': 

1^ Moved, no; fo. i 

; p Addicssse u.:. . 



let H. Osvald 

757 France Street 

Nov Orleans, Louisiana 












■i 8 1603 J 



C^l 



TtXAS eMPLOrMENI COMMISSION 






< 






.>*%o^' 

VAO-'-*'!,-'-^* 



.o'-"'"iA(e^'-''' \[| 



o 



B^CHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Oontinued 



197 



rmm t-ii (MM TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSIO:; — AUSTW 

IZNtlTT CLAIM tlETri^MlNATlOH 

(SUmaENT WAGES) 
■ Th. wag.i listed b«lov wer. reporled lor you by covered employers a* wages received by you during your "Base Period" from 

J..QJ_£2 *" 12~31~ 62' ^'f °" sullidenl, provided you ore eligible and nol disquolilied. to aulhorlie weekly benelll 
payment ol $ 33,00 '*"'""} 1°'^ "Benelll Year", which Is the on&year period ending 04~28— 64 "^^ '°'°' »iaiimum you 

can be poid during the benelil year ll J 369.00 MH^ViasE »JDE rOH APPEAL JUOHTS AND nPUlMATlON Or THIS DETOlMUIATlOll. 



Account Number 



;) 



n 



ClAIMANrS NAME AND ADDRESS 



CLAIM DATE CONTROL DATE 



1^ 



DATE MAILED 



L H OSWALD 

757 FRANCE STREET 

NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA 

□ leu 

[ i other base period employer 

i i combined wage claim 

2791 2 



3' 433-54-3937' 04-29-63' 05-07-63 ' 9019 



5-08-63 



EMPLOYER NO. 


EMPLOYER S NAME 


OTR. . YR 


PAGE 


REPORTED WAGES 


194,107 

194,107 

t005,814 


LOUV-R-PAK DIV 
LOUV-R-PAK DIV 
JAG6ARS AND CHILES 


3-62 
4-62 
4-62 


002 
002 
004 


540.34 

96.16 

727.81 



o 



727 81 1,364.31 



ren«.Vn(l,l| 

' Tb« wage* 11* 



TEXAS p-iPLOYMENT COMMISSION — AUSTIN 

,Q«tnT CLAIM DETERMIHATIOB 
(SUrnOENT WAGE31 
J below were reported lor you by covered employers as wages received by you during your "Base Period" IrOB 

\*''Ct\—(_,P_ •o 12 — "' 1— 6*?' ^*T Ofo sulficient, provided you ore eligible and not disquoUlied, to authorise weekly benefit 

payments sl t 33»(~'0 during your ' Benefit Year", which is the one year period ending C*- iS— ^;4 ■ The total mailmum yoe 



t be paid during the benelit ye 



'Mi 



CLAIMANrS NAME AND ADDRESS 



Account Wjm^t 



CLAIM DATE CONTROL DATE 



DATE MAILED 



L H O.SUA.LD 

7!>7 Fl'.r.'JCE STKEET 

NfW 0'<LrA.'.S LO'JISIA.NA 



3' 433-54-3937' OV-2'>-J,J' C^-07-63 '9019' 5-0S-63 



?791 



EMPLOYEJl NO. 


EMPLOYER S NAME 


QTR. YR 


PAGE 


REPORTED WAGES 


194,107 

194,107 

;00'.>,'Jil4 


LOoV-K-PA*:. DIV 
LOUV-:<-PA.< DIV 
JAr,0/J?S A'iD CHILtS 


3-62 
4-62 


002 

002 
04 


t 

540.3'. 

96.16 

7.!7.!jl 



727 01 



l»364,3l 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



198 




i^) 



TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 

AUSTIN I. TEXAS 

JUjr 10, 19613 



EMFLOYMENT SEIVlCC 

CMPLOTMENT INSUtANCt 

FAIM lAtO* StkVICE 



L. B. Osvald 

757 French 

B«v Oorlaana, LouUUaa 



SSN 



^3>?W3937 



_l 



L.O. 03 



We need to know why you separated from work with Letllo yeldlag Co»^ I&o. 

prior to filing your initial claim 

on 1^22-63 • /da 

This infonnation is needed for our use in computing this employer's 
vmemployment insurance tax rate. 

Please complete this form and send it to us bjr r^txim mall . The 
enclosed addressed envelope does not require any postage and should 
he vised to send us this information. 



Insurance Department 

TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 



Bate Employed 



Date Separated 



Reason lor Separation: Q Quit [^Discharged Q Laid off 

Plecwe give details: (Use reverse side if more space is needed.) 



tfJ^ (^d^) 



fu^uui^^^ft-^ 



7-P?'^^ 



I certify that my foregoing 
answers are true and correct. 



Date Claimant's Signature 

1*6.11 CALL OUR LOCAL OFFICE FOR QUAUFIED EMPLOYEES 



BtJBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



199 





TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 

AUSTIN I TEXAS 

June 28, 1963 



EMriOTMENI soviet 

EMPLOTmENT INSUIAnCE 

FAIU LAIOI SEIVICE 



l»ew Orleans, Louisiana 



SSN 

L.O. 



i.33-5i»-3"37 



We need to knov why you separated from vork with Leslie .elciin? Co.. Inc. 

prior to filing your initial claim l<b 
oii L-29-63 ;~ 



This information is needed for our use in computing this employer's 
unemployment insurance tax rate . 

Please complete this form and send it to us b^^ return sail . The 
enclosed addressed envelope does not require any postage and should 
be used to send ua this information. 



Insurance Department 

TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 



Date Employed 



Date Separated 



Season for Separation: Q Quit Q Discharged Q Laid of f 

Please give details: (Use reverse side if more space is needed.) 



I certify that my foregoing 
answers are true and correct. 



jjatg Claisant's Signature 

46.11 CALL OUR LOCAL OFFICE FOR QUAUFIED EMPLOYEES 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



200 



i leXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 



jTURN 
jTO 
.=( I T E R 



i 



DA.u 



^'m 



,:o u.i;...-.."" 






Q it 

•J ►. 

I*' 




Rr\l 




Texas EnployraenC Conmlslon, Benefit ./age Unit 
TEC Building 
Austin 1, Texas 



EAM>lOYER PROTEST TO CHARGEBACK NOTICE 



05-63 A33-54-3937 L. OSWALD 



NAMf or OAUIANI 



06-24-63 



•I- -I 

la ICHAHiCUCUl 



636.50 



The above enployee eeperated trozn oub enployment 10-8-62 of his 
ovp-n accord. He accepted abetter paying position in Dallas. The 
above shojld not be charged again- t us. 



^. 



_r..i.. ni \/ <'-Mnn "-Ti-i^or 



cu» ft-?s-e3 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



201 




^A^^ 

^ 



TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 

AUSTIN I. T6XAS 

June 28, 1963 



EMFLOTmSNT SEIViCE 

EMflOTMtNT PNSUIANCE 

^AIM lAIOI SEtVICt 



n 



L. H. Oawald 

757 France St. 

Mew Orle«ns, Louisiana 



SSN 
L.O. 



^31-5^-3917 



JJS_ 



We need to know why you separated from work with T-aqTi»p ^■■■a'^M,T.-, r/v inc. 



prior to filing yoxir initial c^ala 



on i.-29-63 



kb 



This Infonnation Is needed for our use in computing this employer's 
unemployment Insurance tax rate . 

Please complete this form and send it to us bv return gall . The 
enclosed addressed envelope does not require any postage and should 
he used to send us this Information. 



Insurance Department 

TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 



Date Employed , 



Date Separated 



Season for Separation: | | Quit [^Discharged [_J liaid off 

Please give details: (Use reverse side if more space is needed.) 



I certify that my foregoing 
answers are true and correct. 



Date 



'♦e.u 



Claisant's Signature 

CALL OUR LOCAL OFFICE FOR QVAUFIED EMPLOYEES 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



202 



TEXAS EMPLOYMEhfT COM/AISSION 

NOTICE OF DECISION TO CHARGE BENEFIT WAGES 



CHAK6CD 


»c 


'n"« 


Z7, 




NAME 


Of QAIMAKT 


inrTiAL 
euiiii D»it 




tutriT K^CCS 


OU l£tO«Ttl) 







it».cr! 


0T» r«. 


r.cc no 


..C, 


CN 




05-63 

r 


4JJ- 


b4- 


3937 


L. 


0$. 


ALD 


4-2y-6i 

-1 


3-62 
♦-62 


002 


54J.3* 
96.16 




636 


50 






IM^OITANT 



UE tfVEeSE SIDE FOB EXftAHATION 



nil «iil 




NOTICE OF DECISION TO CHARGE BENEFIT WAGES 






"o"'," 


'ccou«'Vu''«7. 


NAJUE Of OAUHANI 


cmU'wii 


.cc':«°:".c. 






05-63 


433-54-3937 


L. OSWALD 


4-29-63 


194,107 


06-24-63 


|636.50 



OurOE tENEFlT WAGES- 



H03 ISSUEO TO EWPlOtEri. 



Btjbcham Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



_y^>f^t. 



203 



1^ ■ :■ 

1. N-AX.^. X^^/iT H- (>jS,\Nf}Ll> . 



Claimant: Do not wrlt^t In this box 



P/ 



N&me worked under 
iit different) 



^ n gj/fz 



LOCAL 
X MAIUNO 
ADDRSSS: 



If? Fi<?^M^^ Jt 

• No > (8t. or RuraJ Rout*)'' 






al« Q Fenmle 



(ZolM No.) 

No. of depende 



4. DATE OF BIRTH: 



/O'l-f'Jf 



.VIA 



5. S3A No. 

B^ □ UCFE 



vex □ N«w JB-Xddltlonal 



e. Liable Stat* 



j ^^n - ^ 



7. Actua] date claim taken 



ft. ZSaeUdatlnit 

requested to . 






against a^Mve liable State 

10. ix^BX^nL. QiJ/4ML 



-j4J 



Mjlj^ 




It. Main 

occupatloi 




(Give JOB TXTL£: and. If known, the code number a« shown on your Identification card) 



y V 



12. WORK lyrcORD: Show the Information requested below for all of your employers, Including any periods of 
ivit and military service, during U'.^t past 24 months. 



EMPLOYER NAME 
(Name of Company) 



EMPLOYER ADDRESS 
(Show number, street, city, and State) 



j DATlJj WO.'.^iCD 
I From I Throujh 



T EMPLOYER reg:ardle»i of state 



Address wher 
work perfornycd 



Address whqre . 






tor Separat.- 
Lac'k of work £- 

I Other* □ 



NEXT TO LASJ-EMPIXJYER 




Address where 
work performed 



Address where 
payroll records 
nre kept 






Adddresa where 



work perforrnesJ 
■ yf^so'ii records 



Rea^ion tor Separation 
Lack of work Q 

Other* C 



Reason for Separation 

Lack of work C 

Other* Q 






t. 




Adddresa where 
rk performed 



dddresa where 
roll records 

kept 



Rca3oa for Separation 
L^ck of work Q 



13. Use L.O. stamp or enter IaO. address aud No, 






14. For UM of lUbla SUts 




Point Location 



Report every _ 



1 



rorm IB-t 
R»«. 1-«1 
I>«uUtaoa 19 
n.xibU W«.k 



'*CXAIMS TAKES: Explain on Form IB-U. Fact SlnAlng Report as r»<julre4 by Handbook. 
IXTTLVL INTEBSTATK CLAIM 

BwAsM BuTMy So. i4-IU004.1 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



204 



15. Ar« you eeekin^ or r»c«lYlny benefit* under any other St&te or Federal unemployment insurance law, .'■ 

or Social Security (OASI) law? Q Tea* ffl^o 

16. Have j-ou refused any Job offered you since you became unemployed? Q T««* [2,>'b 

17. Are you farming, or attendlngr «chool, or In business for yourse'f. or employed on a commission basts? .. Q Yes* D-?^ 

\K Did \*ou receive, are you now receiving, or will you receive any payments from any employer. gt)vemment y^ 

^'*'\Vn i ~- <*'' ■■'•sacd service, for any period after your last day of work?.. □ Tes* Q-^o 

If •■yM". fthoff perloX'M^'ered and the amount of pajorent. 

' .- .'•-^ x> -^ 

U) %'«/■&•;: nVay |5f^V- , : From: To; 



lb) Wiic.* A^UcifS', i-iie I 1( t^Trom 

U) P'v' r':i»i.;- oc:;-, '—-n pay S /^ From 

(d) Ptnrtoo? (^C3 .Si'.itae) i f — i: 



) Ot!i»r 'i'fcxp^ii^^lVX *-^ 



10 Show jour giofis>^'f'nlngn for each of the 7 days Immediately before the date of thla claim: 






20. Have you been able to work and available for work In the 7 days immediately before the date of this claim? ^J^ea □ ^*** 

21. I hereby reg^lster for work and claim unemplojTnent Insurance benefits. I am unemployed, able to work, and available for work, 
excppt as Klatcd hereon. I have been Informed that I must report aj directed to the Slate Employment Service oITlce to continue 
my rt'Kisti-atJon for work and my claim for benefits. I underMlajid that the law prescribes penalties for false statements made 
for the purpose of obtatninK beneflta not due or of increasing^ benellts. I hereby certify that the statements made tn conner^jbn 
with this claim are true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. •; ^ yC) ' 



NOTE: Do not slfn heru until Instructed 



to do so by the claims taker. tctaim&nt** tirm 

Claimant: Do not write below this line 



22. Dependents' Allowance Data (Check Item S and Handbook) . 



2S. Federal Service Data: 

a. Payroll office address where records are kept . 



b. Is this address based on form SF-S Q Yes □ No c. Was form SF^S Issued? Q Yes Q No 

d. Did the claimant have covered employment In <a;ent state) after federal service? Q Yes Q No 

24. RE^fARKS: Enter below any additional pertinent Information such as 'a) back^datln; requested: (b) other social security ac- 
count numbers used; (c) badge or clock/number; (d) the employer's plant number; (e> the name of the department: (f) the name 
% bf tae Byui*rtf marltlme>mployment. / f ^ / )' — \ 



to A ^ ^/ ;< A: 

^5. T nf.>5l(y witness tire elgnatut-c of this claimant and certify that he has. 




BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



205 



r<ra IB. 14 
R» .J-6J 

LOUISIANA— 19 



INTERSTATE REQUEST POR RECONSIDERATION 
OF MONETARY DETERMINATION 



B^X«i B«/«u No. i4-R1004.l' 






J. MAILING ^ ^"^ 



t^YJALD 



K<,.V£^_£fl 5^57 



□ UC3C 




iced b«Iow.w«« ofticicd or ii»V)cfectly tutc^ en jsy dMerminstioo: t 



^ X rvqiMSt rccoflaid«»uoo lor tbc (ollowinf rcAioot/ «. y / 

rn Efflplofacot ia nj b«t« pcfiod »• ooced b«Iow.w«« oAitlcd of iiA^efcctly ^Ut^ on Jay dMermifiStioo: 
a, Eaployct 
N>me_ 

Addreai.viii 

work per(ora«d 

Addjre** wfaerc 

t«cord« kept 

I worked froa 
^ Eaploycr 




N> 



Add/eta wbcrt 
«otk performtd . 
Addfraa wherv 
fccocda kept ___ 



No. of 
CBplo7««a 



I arotked boa . 



Qu. W<(ca: 19 lac Q t. 



.. 19 2adQ|. 



.. 19 kdQ». 



19 4il>Q I. 



c. Eater below any otber lafortnatioD wbicb may apply (a) otber oamca under wbicb worked; (b) ocber aocial aecuriry accoooc 
mimbera uaed; (fe) bad»e or clock number; (d) cbe employer'a plaot number; (e) name oj tbe dtparr^ent; (0 occop-- — 






^6,if^ L.^.^ lU. f^3 -sru^-.^j^fl 



(T 



I I VBA and MBA ueoaecl b«ea.l«e . 
I I Otber 



7. Tke aboTo (acta are true to 
beat oi my kavwledfe and be 



t. DoCHBcau ArcKbed (H'Ye* d) No 



.'■■. °^ X^, // (^0< ^^d^ 



% He^uex Gled 



If U peraaa, eaur date (U 

U by Mail, CBCcr poatBuk data 



/ ^'*- / ' —' (C;<raaa('a S4gmttmn) /^^ 



10. Ua« L.O. aiaap ct tout L.O. addraaa awl No. 

DIVISION Of EMPLOYMENT SECURlTt 
630 CAMP STREET 
ituee... NaV ORLEAftS 12, LOUISIANA 

Peiat Locaciaa ,_-^^— ^— ^— — ^-^— ^— 



aad receipt data . 

11. I certify that 1 baijj rerified 
>yfaat 



Bsmmtrntr't Stsmmau^i 



Diattibutioo: OrtgUMl aad one to liable i 

copy to claiaaot; cap^f lot afeat atate local oif^g 




BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



206 






BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



744-7'^n n fi4_,,r>i VTv 1"; 



207 



rem TB-U 
R«r. 1-61 

LOUISIANA— 19 



IMTERSTATE REQUEST rOR RECOMSIDERATION 
OF MONETARY DETERMINATION 



Bwl|«i B.nM No. 44-K100«.r 






A5W/?^Z> 




LOCAL _ 

I. kAILINO / ^"^ 






/N..> ai. «4 RuMl Ron.) /J 

6* 1 r*^u««t r«coa«ld«rftcioo fw ch« foUowiof rcasooai 



JUCPE OUCX 



i. Uoo«ur7 dturaiiMtloa i^u . 



V.j=l^'d3 




I worked horn ^^ chrougb ^'' 

Qtt. W^e.: Witi-Ui. Ql_l£_l 19*i2 JftTQ l-jLlil__. l9-=l.J»dQ| 19 it*. Q y ' 



b. Eaployec 

Name 

Addfesi wbrrc 
work performed . 
Addreaa whcrv 
recofda kepc« 



No. of 
esployeea 



xhfough . 



Qcr. Watea: 19 lie Q I. 



C. Eotcr below aay other ioformatioo which may apply (a) other oamcf uoder which worked; (b) other social aectiriry accosot 
■ ed; (|&} badge or clock cumber; (d) the ecoploycr'a plant outnber; (e) oame of the d^pftr'.^cat; (0 occapatioo. 

(T 



numbers 



I I TBA cad UBA iocooeci bccsiuc . 

1 I Ocb«c __^__— — — — ^— 



7. Tke •bot* f*cu irt tni« to th« , ^ x/ Z' 7~) . ,>. /-^ / 



^ __ Title and D«tt of . 

». DoeiuMnt. Att.cktd G0 Y«« CD No I . .) 

DocyaCDCs/attacb'd. ^ ^ 



9. RoqvMi fiUd 



UocuaCDCsjattacb^ - j. 

If is p«na>, esut date fiUd 7 * ^ 7 -^ gS? 1 



iigmm 



II by Bail, *ac«( podBotk du« 
10. Dot L.O. ttasip or enict L.O. addreia aod No, 



aod receipt daw . 



Itiaeraat 
Poiac Locaciaa 



. ttasiD or enlct L.O. addreaa aod No. 

DIVI'/ON Of EMPLOYMENT SECURlH 

630 CAMP STREET 

NEW ORLEANS 12, LQUlSJAj^i^ . ,^^ 



11. 1 certify that^^ ba»^ Tcrififd 



rCJaiai amattimft Sift"') 



Diacributioct; Orijinal aad ooc to liable in 
copy to claiaaat; copy lor afeot atace local of^ 




BuKCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



208 



:. c- \- 




BtTBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



209 



fey 6, 1963 



Chlloa - Stovall, Inc. 
7522 Brovder Strost 
Hollas, TozaB 



433-54-3937 
Lao R. Ocvald 
757 France St, 
Scv Orleoas, le. 



Loilsitiaa 4-29 63 



Btjbcham Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



210 



KIAT V19 ly I X^ 



LOUKIAi 
Flexible Week 



A> 



CONTINITED INTERSTATE CLAIM / - ^ ■"*** *~* "* ""o" > 

CUimanc Flcuc da not wriu ia Ihit box 



^? 



Vj 



1. NAME. 
tPnot) (Flnt 

2. LOCAL 
MAILING 
ADDRESS: 



Iratl (MltfdU) (L*M) 



/t.r'^t/ ^/^/e^/i/S Lo 



(•L or Rsnl KouU) 

uisiana 



H»ve )fou movnj tincc U>t w««k? Q Yet 

Q Fem»l« 






5. Liable Sutc 



Ju^^rja^-^^ 



6. Week Ending D>(e _ 

7. Week Ending D«te 



y-2^'C:5 



8. Aaual date claim taken: 



I'^^'L 



9. During the wcck(s) claimed in #6 and #7 above, did 70U work or e»m wage» of any kind/ [H Ye« 
If "yei", fumiah the informalioa below for eacli day you worked. 



DATE i 


EMPLO'iXR-NAME AND ADDRESS 


CROSS PAY AMOUNT 


i 1 


j i 




i 






1 



Reaton for tcparation from any employmeot khowo above: Lack of work ^J Oihcr* r~] 



\ 



. For ttie wcek(>) claimed in #6 and jjt7 abort, bow much did you 
recciTc in income in the form of: 

a. Eamingi frtnn aelf-employincnl? 

b. CommissioQ paymenta^ 

c. Wagci in lieu of notice? 

d. Dismiual or teveranoe pay? 

e. Vacation pay? 
f. Holiday pay? 

g. Tipt and gratuitiei? 
h. Board, or room, or both? 
i. Railroad retirement benefiti? 
}. Social Security (OASI)? 
k. Pension from former employer! 

including government and armed ioroo? 
1. Workmen's compensation? 
ra. Veterans education and training or 

subsistence allowanoe? 
n. Educational Asaisunce Allowance 
under the War Orphana Act 1956? 
For any amount entered in #10, ahow ia 



#li KOIAIJKS. 



n. For the week(s) claimed above ia #6 and #7; 

a. Were you fully able to work? 

b. Were you available for work? 

c. Did you refuse any jobs offered you? 

d. Did you attend school? 

e. Did you work on a farm? 

f. Did you work 00 a commisuon basis? [~1 Yea' 

g. Were you self-employed? Q Ye»» 

h. Did you rcceiTe, or are you seeking 
benefits under any other Slate or 
Federal unemptormeai imunno law? ^ Yes* 



12, UiC L. O. (Ump or enter L. O. Addrot and No. 

Ctvi-^ir:; OF FVPIOYVrNT SECH'^irf 
Mirt nRLLA.'i.S 12, L0t)!3!A:JA 



the period 
15. 



□ No- 

□ No' 
(TjNo 

(T]So 
[T^No 

covered by paymou and enploytr nasBC lad addrev U applicable. 
For gae of liable Stat* 



Kfport tvtty , 



,week(s) 



•CLAIMS TAKOL bpUta •■ Form IB4I, Fact Fiadiag Kcpoct 



Btjbcham Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



211 



14. During iht prrlod umml by thli cUJiii, explain what you Iutc done to And wotIl Um employen, Ubor unions and other plaoa 

cKnucted. 



Placn Contacted 



Type of Work Sought 



<?j/y^i 



'-"^ ^-ZA^Tt^n 



r.;^^^/^ 



yb^ 7^A'<rKi 



:^ 



'2- y 



^CX /?^/>?)^^^'>^ 



//^R)^/?/^y^ 



yP /y^/jc^/yg^ 



Jl/I^ 



y^ ^^^'5 Z^*^^- 









vy^y 









^<grv»-^'^^ 






//^07^>. y^^^J. 



/'y^^GX^^y^ 



^i^^X. 







have done nothing, explain why. 



15. RE.MARKS: Ci4T below any additiocul Inhmnatioo on my <A itenu l-ll, piiticularly item 10, which ra(|Uire fuithcT cxpluutloo. 



16. I hereby register for wort and claim unemployment Imunnce benefits. I am unemployed, able to work and anilable for wort, ex- 
tejji as luied hereon, I have been informed that I must report as directed to the State Employment Service office to continue my 
rrgiiiniiion for work and my claim for bendiis. I undenund that the law prescribes penalties for false statements made for the 
purpose of obulning beiiefiis not due or of inaeaiing benefits. I hereby certify that the sutements made in connection with this 
cUim are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



NOTE: Do not rim here until instructnl 
to do ■> by the claims taker. 



y^// Si^.^>^^/ 



(Clalmuit's atxnaturv) 



17. Qalmant— In case of mail djlm, obtain signature of notary, or signatures and addRMCS o( two adult wimeHM not r«lai«d ta you. 



(1) SIgTuture and addras , 

(2) Signature and address . 



18. I hereby witness the slgruture of this dalraanl and certify that be has met 




remena of this SUK. 



BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



212 







INTERSTATE CUIM SUPPLEMENT 



I. !>•■ >..u half .!• finllf 

l.ri..M<-i. ,.f Work wllh: . 

A. Vour I^.t Kmployrr? U'^''" B^" 

l> Wllh nnolhrr »mi.li.yrr? Q •Voi. (^No 

». !>.. y..u .-xiKCt to Bft work y. 

lhr..uKh « Inlon? Q 'Y'" ©^o 

«. ir v.-,-. nrf you 

r.k-.«i. r..l with Ihr I^xral • 

of ,our rnlon hrrf' Q ^f. ©^No 



..2^S-;^.,ory^$c:^^:$^^Lj:^2^ 



IfVe«; Kl»r dm'- you win .tan to work an<l uni.loy 



If Yri.'. gWe U.C11I Tnl. 



of rnlon nnd my. 



1. Num.- ih.- ,~ 



•■ Ihi- .>.■( u|i;iii.,n. In whjrh y.u havt- hnrt eilM-rlenrc. (Liil Ih.- klml of work you uxually 



». Whui kind of work do you plan to look fo 



lowrat rulr of I>ay you will uccfi.t 



l>o you UKUUIIy llvr hr 



i^' 



«. ll.t\»- y.iu *-\<-T l.rcn vm- 
l.loyr.l In lhl» area' 


J2*Ve. 


D No 


:. Ihj you 

u. Work for anyone now? 


□ -Ve. 


^0 


b. K;.rm. Ilv<- ..n a form, 
work on i> farm, or own. 
ri-nl or control any farm 
lan.l or llvi'Kl.K-k? 


D "V" 


B^. 


c. «iM-nil liny time a« Bplf- 
eroplovfil or In hufilnpHS of 

any klnj' 


•Ve. 


C^; 


d. Ati«-nil nchool or plan 

to attend jich'Mil? 


D 'V" 


^0 



•an you ncoept a prmanent / 

full-lime Jot, at once* (S ^" D '^ 



r? » / tfC<L^ c. What wii« your w.iKe on your laxt }i>b? I_ 

f"ro!,'; worki^zi " '■•"-" '" " ^-^^.k -n e^r. 



If Xo'. n When iliJ you Ret he 



b. How long will you ■my'' j^t" 

c. Why did you decide to Come here?_ 



' If S<-»\ KlM- dull- you lii»t work.d h.rr anil eni|'l"> '-r'" n.me. 

If Ven-. explain your «cli\ Ity. what hour» of the da/ihul h^ many* hoi^*^* 
a day you Ri>*-nd at It. (If you pl.tn to attend school, Klve nam« of nchmil 
and expected ntartinK date;. 



If 'No', atate the 



annot accept 



a. Kick or dliuiblllty l.eneflla? n 'Yea p'No 

b. Workmen'a Compenafttlon □ ♦Yea jgOvo 
C. A pen.lon? n"^" 6^^'n 
d. Social Security Q *^'»» O^'" 



a. Are you pregnant? 



If 'Yea'. exi>ected date of birth- 



If 'Yea', give their nKea_ 



0*Ye. n No 
Q'Yea Q Xo 

care f.Jr them If you find work? 
I certify that the foregoing anawfra are true and correct to the bchi of my knowledge. 



- ^ •• ^ ^^ 



^^ 



Na'ma H°r« X y^!^ •y- 1 «/< i ^l i" Z >-O a / . 



^'•''-i:/'*i.rofft^'.«''kji'wl;iIiSiOW{tfl|) 
630 C.V/'P STKEET 

I't'.v CPltL-,;;:, ;2. iol'I.U'h'm 



CLAIMANT — IKJ NOT WltlTK Ji>:l-OW THI8 LJN& 



Rcaaon or IB-t Coda 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



213 



- ■ <"t-AI.MA.VT — lX> NOT WHITE O.N THIS SIDE 

II. KACT M.VDINO RKPORT (fw In lieu of IB- 1 1 whrn »ntrlM on (hr oth.r .Id. ral«, « potential leu*). 



I certify thm thf above la true and correct to the beat of my knowle<lKe. 



Clalmant'a Slfrnnture 



"■ .-.^ml'^L^tlf Jnir^'o^'ir ";^'"'m "TL."^"^ ""'■'"' condition, relating to the cla.m.nf. occupation and wa,e demand. 
KtT.Ta.ement II, ulm 11 If In claimant', reemployment or require clarification. Alao evalu. 



(U 



A.-.-vt.^^.^U/-' X<-*- A^^-^ ^W^r^-^^^fc^^^ 




BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



214 



ZA.£^ z^ 



OSiM/>/^T:> 



(J3 3- S '/-^S^S? 



>J^L^jKA£AJ.j.. 



STMEt 0« «.F.D. 



2:)/) aT/^s y 



A. MX, ig-^Lf n FEAAALt 



Z3 



6. NAME Of 
MY LAST 
EMPLOY 



4^' /2 'C 3 



30. B^ n UCfE n UCX 

21. OFFICE NO. U^ --> / 






DO NOT WRITE IN THIS BOX 



THE LOCATION Of THIS JOS WA^ 



». OATE MY LAST WORK BEGAN . 






a. MY OCCUf ATION WAS 



la THE LAST DAY I WORKED . 



C-d3. 



II. J WAS SEPARATED f ROM MY LAST WOR< BECAUSE ^^ /J. ' ''/(. J^ J^/?.<^/ /jy '^'^/ , )^'-'-^ ^r^'- ^.^ <^^-=- ^. 



12. EXCEPT FOR ANY STATEMENT S€T FORTH IN THE SPACE FOR "EXCEPTIONS" IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THESE STATtM£NTS. I CERTIFY ThATi 

(1) I •m «bl« to work; (2) I •m reidy, willing %t\6 •v«;iabl« for work; (3) I am not i«lf-«mployed; (4) I am not f«rming; (5) I •rv, not •ncnj.r.j 
school; (6) I •m nor receiving any waget in lieu of nolle*. v«c»iIon p»y, Wofkm«n'i Con'^p«n»«rion, Old Ag* B«n«f,fs fSocidI Securit/) or Rji^'cad 
R«tir«m«nt B«nefltij (7) I tm not receiving veteren't educerion end tremjng allowance or educe(<on esi'irmce und«r t^e W«r Orphe"! Education A»- 
ttktence Ad; (8) I Keve r>ot wbrked for tKe Federal GovemmenT u • civilian of performed %r\^ active military wrvice donng tKe lekt eighteen monihu 



EXCEPTIONS TO STATEMENTS (1) THROUGH (8) ABOVE: 



la. I HEREBY FILE NOTICE OF MY UNEMPLOYMENT AND BEQUEST A DETERMINATION OF MY BENEFIT RIGHTS UNDER THE TEXAS UNEMPLOYMENT 
COMPENSATION ACT. 

I certify that the information given on thii form la correct efKl I vr>clerttend the! penelilei ere provided for making fal»e »iate 
cloae material fact* In order to obtain or increaae benefit*. t f ' 



- -HCE8-S SIGiykTU^ J 



!7\La 0^ (yt>h<.y7!>^i 



CLAIM-TAKES'S SICI^TUI 
14. CLAIM-TAKER'S REAHARKSi 



CLAIAAANT'S SIGNATURE 



INITIAL CLAIM FOR BENEFITS 

TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION 



Form B-3 (163) 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



215 



• '•"« ") TEXAS EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION — AUSTIN 

I tCNCriT ClAIM DrrERMINATlON 

! • (iNsurnriRfT waqks) 

j ' Tb« woget listed below (U ony) weie reported for you by covered employer! a> wages received by you during your "Base Period" 

; Irom 1—01 — 62 to 12""31— 6 2 • T**icy ofe not Bufliciont to qualiiy you for unemployment insun 

quarter, you hove received auflicient wages to quality, you may iilo a new clain:. U yoa ate then unemployed. 



It by the next colenda 



ClAIMANI S NAME AND ADDRESS 



L H OSWALD 
217>-«eSH>ie6tV- 
OALi^AS— 8— r-£XAS 



3^42 



CLAIM DATE 



433-5^-39371 04-12-63 



CONTROL DATE 



04-13-63 



-w^ 






<?:; 



DATE MAILED 



4-16-63 



EMPLOYER NO. 


EMPLOYERS NAME 


QTR. - YH 


PAGE 


HEPO.=iTED WAGES 


194.107 


LOUV-R-PAK DIV 


3-62 


002 


540. 34j 


194.107 


LOUV-R-PAK UIV 


4-62 


002 


96.16 
636.50 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



216 



kL 



J I- 



^7 



£1^", INTERSTATE CLAIM SUPPLEMENT ' - "^ ^ ^ "r^.V—" "' ""'""' 

^-~V« COMPLETE BOTH COPIES AND RETURN THEM ON YOUR NEXT VISIT 

^^"* IU«t BACK OF SHECT IF YOU NCCO MOR« SPACl FOB ANY AfiSlVJin >-> ^^ , 7 /T J? —7 

1. Why did you come to this nrgn? (4/ U^a-o ..X^^rr^-^ o-~~~^X ,^^^^i^'-r^ ^- f^y _^^ z ^,^ 

2, When did you get here 7/?^/./;!^, 3. How long do you expert to Ht^y )csprR'> /^<3yi/''7/9^^-<^'.r^ ^.- 

4. What kind of work are y seeking? /yA^/Z' ^^h^y^/^yi::^ At what wage? ? ^.^ S~ yi^^ . 

5. What kind of work do you usually Ho? ^y^y'/cJyW^.-''r-/ry'yYr'yC ' 

6. List any other kinds of work you can do .S/Z^/^yJ^/q ^^/<^/^/< . 

7. Do you expect to return to your last job? □ Yes E-iCo 

If "Yes", when? If not, why not? 

8. Do you have a definite prospect for work with any other employer? _ DYes QJW 

If "Yes", date : Employer's Name 

9. Have you ever been employed in this area? □ Yes C5-?ro 

10. Are you working for anyone at the present time? D Yes HXo^ 

11. Are you self-employed (jr in business of any kind? □ Yes [;>Xo 

12. Are you or any member of your household engaged in, or planning, a farming activity? □ Yes ^..^fo 

13. Is there any reason why you cannot accept a permanent full-time job at once, here or 

elsewhere (such as ph ical, health, home responsibilities, care of children, aged ^X 

persons, or sickness in your family, receipt of a pension or social security) ? □ Yes [T^^o , 

14. Do you expect to obtain work through a union? D Yes \7y 

If "Yes", in what union, local and city, are you in good standing? 



15. Do you attend, or plan to attend school? , _ □ Yes GJ^o 

16. Do you receive or have you applied for a pension or Social Security? r] Yes g-i^ 

If "Yes", from what source 

17. What means of transportation do you have to get to work? / f^^^^ ^ / ^^^ ■^ '^'^Z/^/^lCr 

18. To be answered by women only: 

(a) Are you pregnant? _ _ _ - D Yea □ Xo 

(b) If you have minor children, give their ages: 



I certify that the above answers are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. 
Date:. -7 ^?^/^ ,/^^ .^.^.^A^-"^ 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



217 



J^ 



Local Office Representative: Add comment'i, circle A or C, if C add numbei'uhowing interview interval, 
nnd stiite reasons for code assig^nment; include statement reclaimant's prospects for employment in 
the light of local labor market condition; date and sign. 







rr.lSION OF FMPlOWWT'SECURin 
630 CAMP STREa 
NtW CRLtANS 12. LOUISIANA 






to Tj 



\^^\ 



^i 









^<^?" ^^ 



Ij»-al orrice U»pr 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



218 




( / '" ''.y rl^lm.>nl ; Po n^l nrl(.- In 11,1, h->x 



JCAi, 
ADD RE, 



X..0.) • X^ (St. or Rural aouu) J 



3. fe-l3al8 Q Fe 



Female No. of dependecU- 



4. DATE OF BIKTH: 



11. ViiC^^y^ 



/a '/r 2f 






6. Ll&ble State 



7. Actual date claim taken 



&. Backdating 
requested to 



». Date or la.« claim (any typ 
against above liable State 




-;^- ^^ .< 



10. Local office at: gfV-^r O'J - Of f *— 'lU^'i^ 

620 C/'.'.'.P STYLET 






(Give JOB TITLS: and, U known, the code number as shown on your Identification card) 



12. WORK RECORD. Show the Information requested below for all of your employers. Including any perloda of self-employment, 
government and military service, during the past 21 monlha. 


EMPLOYER NAME 
(N.-ime of Company) 


RMP!.OYF.!l AnnREK.<^ j i>'^"''-d UOl'.i.iOU 

(Show nun.b.ir, slrcct. cUy. and State) | From | Thro-.ui 



JF^ 



VJ'. PlXiXinnvsardless of slate 



Address 

work pcrformod 



Address whcr 
payroll reco 
nre kept 



TCQ ^- 



I Reason for Separation 
Lack of work Q 

Other* D 



NEXT TO LAST EMPLOYER 



Addrcaa where 
work performed 



Address where 
payroll records 
are kept 



Re .son for Separation 
L;ick of work □ 

Other* □ 



NEXT EMPLOYER 



Adddress whera 
work performed 



AdOdress where 
pajToU records 
are kept 



Kea30n for Soparition 
Lack of work G 

Other* Q 



NEXT EMPLOYER 



Adddress where 
work performed 



Adddress wber« 
payroll record* 

kept 









} for Separation 
)f work Q 

: D 



13. Use LkO. stamp or enter IaO. address and No. 

DiVlSiGN OF £.',:PLOy,-,!£yT SECURJTV 
63D CA,\'P STREET "^ 

■NIW C^LEAf.S 12, LOUlSim 



Itinerant 
Point Location 



Report 



-/- 



14. For use of liable SUte 



_week(s> 



•ClADIS TAKEK: Explain on Fo 

INITIAL INTEBSTATE CLAIM 



13-11. Fact Finding Report as reqUiKd by Handbook. 

Budgtt Bur»AU No. «4.R1^>4.1 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



219 



13. An you »«klng or receiving beoeSU under any other Stiite or Federal unemployment Insurance law. 

or Social Security (OASI) law? Q Yes* ^ j lu — 

IS. Have >-ou refused any Job offered you since you became unemployed ? q Yes 

17. Are you farm^, or attending school, or in business for yourself, or employed on a commission basis? .. Q Tes 

1*. Dld^^jStAjftcVK c.^»</a\j now receiving, 

jr.'Yes". sUow. aerlod coftij^ and the amount of payment 



or will you receive any payments from any employer, government 
or armed servlcs, for any period arier your last day of worW?, . Q Yei' 



^a) Y'acA"S\"t«ir;r 

»^) Wages . l;n. Jlcu, of ootlee 




19. Show your gross eamlnps for each of the 7 days ImmedUtely before the date of this claim 
Date 






ilave you been able to work and available for work in the 7 days immediately before the dais of this claim? □ Yes Q No* 

1 hereby register for work and claim unemployment insurance benefits. I anr\ unemployed, able to work, and aval^nble for work, 
except OS stilted hereon. I have been informed that I must report as directed to the State Emplo>-inent Service orTiC! to coctlr.ue 
my registration for work and my claim for benoflls. 1 understand that the liiw^rejcrlhes penaKlci for false statements n)"lle 
lor the purpose of obtaining benefits not due or of Increasing benefits. I herehjv^ertify thnt " 



With this claim art true to ths best of my knowledge and belief. 



NOTE: Do not sign here until instructed 
to do so by the claims taker. 



hereh^^ertify thnt *he statements made in cona«Otyoa 



Claimant: Do not wrlt« below this line 



22. Dependents' Allowance Data (Check item 3 and Handbook) . 



23. Federal Service Data: 

a- Payi^U otTlce address where records are kept . 



b. Is this address based on form SF.3 Q Yes Q No c. Was form SF-8 Issued? Q Tes Q N'o 

d. Did the claimant have covered employment tn (agent state) after federal service? Q Tes □ N'o 

24. REMARKS: Enter below any additional pertinent information such as la) back-dating requested: (b) other social security ac- 
count numbers used; (c) badge or clock ntunber; (d) the employer's plant number; te> the name of the department; (f) the name 
of the ship. If maritime employment. 



:zi^' 



^ 



33^ I hcr«by wltii»«« the Aignalur« of tbU cl&iiOAiit and ceitiTy that b« h&j met t>^PTe^istraUoa requlremdnta of thla Sl&t*. 




^.t:Z=^^^ 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



220 



If f 



LOm5IANA-19 
Flexible Week 






-"'Continued interstate claim 



-^ 7 



fci^nt BoTMs Iffo. M-RlOOi-l 



-;<. 






ADDRE5S: ^^"^ /vfc^ytyt:'' -^ 



A/f^'il 



^At 



^/"/^^S 



(SL or Rur^l Rouu) 

Louisiana 



Have you mo\rd linct Utt week? Q Ye» XIY^" 

Q Femile 



». [g-'^Ule 



aaimAnt: PIcue do not write ia thli box 



g-ti^I □ UCFE Q fCX 



S. Liable Suie . 



e. Week Ending Date _ 
7. Week Ending Date 



'^'i 



8. Actual dale claim ukcn: 



S'^7 '^3 



9. During the wrcV(s) claimed in #€ and #7 above, did you ««rk or earn wagei of any kind/ PI Yes 
If "yes", furnish the information below for each day you worked. 

DATE I EMPLOYER-NAME AND ADDRESS 



■f CROSS PAY AMOUNT 



Rcaion lor »eparalion from any empIo)tnent ihown ibove- Lack of work ^J Oihrr* PJ 



For the werk(t) daimrd in #6 and ^7 above, bow much did you 
receive in income in the form of: 
a. Eamingi from iclf -employment? 
b- Commiuion payments? 

c. Wagci in Uru of notice? 

d. Dismisui or severance pay? 

e. Vacation pa>? 
f. Hohday pav? 

g. Tips and gratuities? 
h. Board, or room, or both? 
>. Railroad retirement benefits? 
^ \. Social Security (OASI)? 
k. Pension from former emplojcn 

Including government and armed forces' 
1. Workroen's compensation? 
m. Veterans education and training or 

■ubsisience allowance? 
n. Educational Assistance Allowance 

under the War Orpham Act 1956? 
For any amount rntercd Ln # 10. show in # 15 REMARKS, the period 



11. For the week(t) claimed above in jt6 uid ^7: 



a. Were you fully able to work? 

b. Were you available lor work? 



B 



Yet 

V 



□ No. 
ITJ Vc. n NO- 
c Djtt >ou refute any jobi offered you? V~\ Yei* \i/\ No 



IZ. Um L. O. uamp or enter L. O. AddrcM and No. 

i.irf«r«,Cr,LLA:;S12, lOliSiANA 

Point Location - — 

Report r»ery 



15. 



d. Did you attend school? 


GVe,. 


[7]<o 


e. Did )-ou work on a (arm? 


□ Ye,. 


f. Did you work on a commiui 


on baui? Q Ve.. 


g. Were you icU emi>lo>«l? 


□ Ye.. 


n^° 


h. Did you receive, or are you 


leeking 




benefit* under any_othfr St 
Federal unemployment in»ur 


le or 
ance law? Q Ye». 


CK- 


covered by payment and employer 


[ume and addresa if 


applicable 


For UK of liable Sate 







X" 






•i_»jkIMS TASXRj EipUiji on Form 13-11, Fact Fuidinj Kcport 



.a£*»3S££, 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



221 






h^^c >>«^ lAA lu^ «k^L Luu cu*^iu>ci^ UUai uatMLu 4.u<i vU«cx ^ui.ci 



PUcn Conucted 



Typ* of Work Sought 



>22^ 



^//J 












i'^_ 






^;>f 



^f''' //..-■■'.» yijT/ »-r^,.V 



^ ^//?! 7^K /^ . y -->^^ x 



<;/(A?- Jl y^-^/ /"//-TZ. -^^7 .-' 



//^y^c'/T/?/:^^ o 



'."(^, 



^-^ ^s-^^y.^.x^? 



'*^ ^^■£S'^"'^^ ■' AJ 



/ 



i '• ■ . .- . 






11 yob Jiavc done jioihlng. explai 


I'wTi. 




■; .• ' "" 



15. RtMARltS; Civt btlow injr «dditlonil Information on any of itemi 111, partiaiUrly Ittra 10, which r«)uire further explanation. 



16. 1 hereby re^sier for work and claim unemploytncnl Insurance bcnefiii. I am unemployed, able to wort and available for work, ei- 
cejjl as Mated hereon. I have been infonucd that I must report as directed to the Sute Employment Service office to continue my 
rexiilration for work and mv claim for benefits. I understand that the law p^e^cTibc5 penalties (or false statements made for the 
purpt'se of obiaininj; benefits not due or of increasing benefits. 1 hereby CGtify that tne statetnents made in connection with this 
claim arr true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



lirn herr until insrructed 
by the claims taker. 



L^ 



7yyyi-'^^^ 



17. CUiasanc*>Xn caav of oemII cUIiq. obuUn tlgnaturt of rtotarr. or alfnaturv* and add: 

(1) Signature and addrcaa _^__________^_____^.^_^^_^ 

(2) Signature and addreaf __^_____^^________^___^^_^_^«__^_ 



I el two adult witi 



I tw>t r«!atcd to you. 



18. I hereby witneaa the aigiuture o( thia rialmint and crrtlfy thai he has met the 




-t 



(CUInu Ukef* B-fiMttur*) 



^Xlhi 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



222 



OONTTSTTTn 



^-Z^r 



ADO rJe^: /"O. SoJ^SOO// 

(No > ' (St. or Rimi HauU) 



Have you moved tiocc last weck> 



□ Ya 



0^0 



J. 0^Mj 



I I Female 



4. SSA Nr, '■f ," - 


" 


::; 


T 




5. Uablf SuiF ./ 


■^ 


/^•^^. 




6. Wrck Ending Date 

7. Wcrk Ending Date 












?' 


" r'J - 


-i^/ 


8. Actual date datm t 


a ken: 


? 


> C^. 


/ 









9. During ihe wccV(s) claimed in jt6 and #7 above, did you work or cam wanes of any kind 
If "yd", fumUh the information below for each day you worked. 



■: n V« 0^0 



EMPLO\XR-NAME AND ADDRESS 



CROSS PAY AMOUNT 



Reaion for ieparalion from any emploj-mtnt ihown above: Lack of work Q Other* Q 



10. For the wcek(s) claimed in #6 and #7 aboTC. bow much did you 
rrcciTc in income in the form of: 

a. Eamingi from teif'employiD«nt> 

b. Commiuion paymenta? 

c. Wagci in lieu of notice? 

d. Diimissal or teverance pay? 

e. Vacation pay? 
f. Holiday pay? 

g. Tip* and gratuities? 

h. Board, or room, or both? 

i. Railroad retirement bcneSti? 

j. Social Security (OASI)? 

k. Bension from former employcra 

Including government and armed forces? 
L Workmen'i compentatioo? 
m. Veterana education and Crainlng at 

lUbtiMence allowance? 
n. Educational Auiitance Allowance 
uodei the War Orphauj Act 1956? 



II. For the week(>) claimed above is #S and #7: 



a. Were you fully able lo work? 
t^ Were you available for worU 
c Did you refuse any jobs oScnd you? 

d. Did you attend school? 

e. Did you work on a farm? 

f. Did you work on a commission basis? 
g. Were you self-employed? 



□ Ye.- 

□ Ve.. 

□ Ye,. 

□ Ye,- 

□ Ye.. 



□ no. 

7' i^o. 






p5 



h. Did you receive, or are you seeking 
benefiu under any other State oe 
Federal unemployment insurance Law? Pj Yes* 



-"■-'5 



For any amount entered in #10, .how in #15 REMARKS, the period covered by payment and employer name and addrea ii appUcable. 
>2. Uk L. O. uamp or enter L. O. Addiea. and No. !»• For ««« »' l»»l>le Sute 

DIVISION Or C;.?LOY.V.£NT SECURITY. 
630 CAr.'.? STREET 

KCV C.r.CAUS. LCli;S!ANA 70130 






Report every . 



. week(.) 



\' 



•CLAIMi TAK£!L- Explain on Form IB-It, Fact Finding Report 



BtJRCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



r4-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 16 



223 



14. During the prriod covrrrd by this clAim, expUin what *ou havt done to find work. LUt ctuployrr*. labor unioni «nd othCT plam 
conuctrd. 



PUm Conurtcd 



Type of Work Sought 







^kz/ii^^^..^^ 



^ 



,^^ 






If you hsTc dofkc DOChing, explain why. 



15. REMARKii. Give below »ny iddiiion*! Information on any of item* 111, particularly Item 10, which require further explanation. 



16. 1 hereby re^ster for work and claim unemployment insurance benefits. I am unemployed, able to work and available for work, ex- 
cept as statc'l hereon. I have been informed that I must report as directed to the State Employment Service office to continue my 
repsiration for work, and my cLiim for benefits- I understand that the law prexribes penaliics for false lUiements made for the 
purpose of obtaining benefits not due or of increaiing benefits. I hereby cerufy that the itatcments made in connei.ti( " 

cUira arc true lo the beat of my knowledge and belief. 



ion w><Ti this 




NOTE: Do not sipn here until Irutruaed 
to do lo by the_£lainis taker. 



17. Claitnant— In caae of mail claim, obtain signature of notary, or signatures and addresses of two adult witnesses not related to ■ 

(1) SIptJiturc and addrcM '. ' ___„^_ 

(2) Signature and address , - .- , 



16. I hereby witnev the ilgnature of this claimant and certify that be ha« met the 




and^^^eportLig requijrmenu of this Sute. 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



224 



LOUISIANA-19 
Flexible Week 



^ V 



% 



CONTI>aJED INTEKSTATE CLAIM -^ / ■^«^ »»*^^'* *•* 4i.Ki{»t.i 

ClaimanC Plcate do ekk write io thla box 



7 



(Prtnt) (nr*i> (Middle) (Lut) 

2. LOCAL 



<No.) 



<SL or KurmJ RouU) 



':^A-t.-c/ /y^^:%~ 



vi„]-7 Louisiana 

(Ot^) IZ«M Ho.) «UU) 



Have you moved tlncc Iu( w«k? P"] Yo 




[g-ijr Q ucFE 



i. Uibic Sute 

6. WMk Ending Da(« 

7. W«k Ending Dite 

8. Aaiul date claim uken: 







9. During the werk(i) daimed in #6 and #7 above, did you work or earn wagci of any kind? PH Ye» \7\^o 
U "yea", fumUh the information below for each day you worked. ^"^ 



DATE 


EVfPLOYER-NAME AND ADDRESS \ CROSS PAY ANfOUNT 




, 








1 















Reaion for Kparaiion from any employment tho^oi above: Lack of worlt j | 



Othr 



n 



10. For the wcek(s) claimed In #6 and ^1 abora, how much did you 
recdve in income in the form ot 



a. Earning! from tcU-empIoyaient? 

b. Commiuion paymenti? 

c. Wagn in lieu of notice? 

d. Diimiual or aevennoe pay? 

e. Vacation pay? 
f. Holiday pay? 

g. Tipi and gratuities? 

h. Board, or room, or both? 

i. Railroad retirement bcnefitj? 

j. Social Security (OASI)? 

k- Peniion from former employer! 

including government and armed totcei? 
L Workmen's compeniation? 
m. Veterans education and training or 

subsistence allowance? 
n. Educational Assitunce Allowance 
under the War Orphaiu Ka. 1956? 



II. For the week(i) claimed aboTt in #6 asd #7: 

a. Were you fully able to work? f^"*^^ Q] -^'o* 

b. Were you available for work? Q''^ D '^°* 
c Did you refuse any jobs offered you? Q Yej* ^\^° 

d. Did you attend school? Q] Yes* [/r^o 

e. Did you work on a farm? lU ^•** JCj^° 
t. Did you work on a commission basis? Q Yes* \~\^o 

g. Were you aelf«mploycd? Q Y«»» p^'o 

h. Did you receive, or are you seeking > 

benefiu under any other State ot y^ 

Federal unemploj-ment insurance law? ^H Yes* P'j ^o 



For any amount entered in #10. show in #15 RZMAAKS. t^e period covered by payment and employer name and address if applitable. 



12. Use L. O. stamp or enter L. O. Addrcu and No. 

c.v.3'oncfEM.icv:,:uusLCWiTV 



IS. For use o( liable Sata 



630 



■.:.T 



Itinerant 
Point Ixcalioa 



KE^ ^ULIAt.S. LCUiS'A^;^ 



70VoO 



•"^-^^i 



Report every . 



. wcck<s) 



•CLAIMS TA&F3L Eiplala oa Furm 13-11, Fict r.adji2 'S.cyxx 



Btjbcham Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



225 



14. During the period covrnd trr thU claJm, explain what ytni have done to find work. List cmployen. labor unions and other placn 
conucted. ^.^ 



WipwCon 



.-PiiowCbn tacted 



Type of Work Sought 



g^^r.f i ^^-..^^^ /yU^-f ^ 



/y^-r :^ 



yi'C y<^JiM/^ro 



<0y.:/\ 



-4 <9S9S ^^J^ ^ ^^v^ 






/y;^.yZ ' &yi>?^^^^ 



S</ ^ '..- -^^ ^, : '"^ c-'g^- ^-^-^"-^^ ^^/- ./f /; <:' A^ 






A <^./rtC <^'-^^J2i. 




cxpUln why. 



IS. REMARKS: Civ« below any additioful information on any of Items 111. particularly Item 10. which require further explanation. 



J6. I hereby rejpater for work, and claim uneroploTmcnt insurance benefit*. I am unemployed, able to work and available for worlt, ex- 
cept ts staled hereon. 1 have been infoiTned that 1 must report as directed to the State EmpIo\Tnent Service office to continue my 
rrKiitratiun for work and my claim for benefits. I undcntaiid that the Uw prescribes pcnalnea for false statementi made for the 
purpose of obuininjf benefits not due or of increasing beiictits. 1 hereby certify that tne statemcntj made In connection with this 
claim are true to the brst of my tnowiedge and belief. 



NOTE: Do ikH sipn here until in*truaed 
to do so by the claims taker. 



Wc^^d::?^ v^^ 



17. Claimant— In caie of malt claim, obtain signature of notary, or signatures and addresses of two adult ^tnessea not related to ; 
(1) Signature and addresa ^ 



(?) Signature and addr 



18, I berebT witness the signature of thlj cUlmajit and certify that he has me< the 



—1/ . j I f — 

n:f,auJ^\ /id tyr-^ing rr^virrmi-p/ vl tix 
1 I W'^ " 



liifc^S. 



A 7'-/ / 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



226 



LOUISIANA-19 
Flexible Week 



l,^ 



CONTINTJED DTTEESTATE CLAEI 



^ 7 

ri i innn b PleaK do not trrite la Ihli bo 



*•*«»< »«r«« "»«. M-uaot.1 



I. NAME; _ 

MAILING 
ADDII.£&S: 



crmti (MMdi«i (Lull 



//•i.^.' cPyiyc/hs 



(St. oc lUrhl RouU) 

Louisiana 




D 



^ V 3 7 

4. ssA No^_/_±:l_=^ ^^ / -^ 7 ^>^~y^^ ■ 



5. liable Suie 



6. W«li EiHling Date _ 

7. Week Ending Date 



.^ - /o> - ^5 



8. AciuaI date claim taken: 



s-'/s-'l ■? 



9. During the wcc1l(>) claimed in #6 and #7 above, did you work or earn wagej of any iundi Y~\ Yej 
1£ "yea", furnish the information below for each day you worked. 

DATE i EMPLOYER-NAME AND ADDRESS 



CROSS PAY AMOUNT 







□ Ye.. 

□ Ye.. 



10. For the wccV(») claimed in ^6 and ^7 abov^ bow much 
receire in income in the form ofc 

a. Earnings from scU-employmcnt? 

b. Commiuion paymenii? 

c. Wagci in Ucu of notice? 

d. Dumisu] or kcverance pay? 

e. Vacation pay? 
f. Holiday pay? 

g. Tipi and grjtuitici? 
h. Board, or ro<tm, or both? 
i. Railroad reliremcnl benefit*? 
J. Social Security (OASI)? 
k. Peniion from former etnployen 

including government .nd araoed £oroei> 
1. Workroen'i compensation? 
m. Veteran* education and training or 

Mibuftence allowance? 
n. Educational Auiitance Allowance 
under the War Orphani Act Wj^ 
For any amount entered In #10. ihow in #15 REMARKS, ihe period covered by payment and employer nam« and addrta If 

12. U*e L. O. »ump or enter Z* O. Addresa and No. 

DIVISION CF LV;10YN^lNT SEClIRin ■ 



. ./ 




t f\ 


i/ 


,/ 


i 


.\ 


^«r^ 


K 


V' 




\ 


\. 


v 



a. Were you fully able to wotkJ 

b. Were you available for work? 
c Did you refuK any job. offered you? 

d. Did you attend ichoot? 

e. Did you work on a farm? 
I. Did you work on a commiuion bauj? ^1 Yo* 

g. Were you .elf<mploycd? Fj Yei* 

h. Did you receive, or are you Kelung 
benefiu under any other Sute or 
Federal unemployment iiuuran£c law? Q] Yei* 



IS. ror UM o< lUble Sou 




applicable 






Point Locatioi 
Report every . 



. «cck(i> 



•CLAIMS TAKTOi Esplala ea 1am IB-II, Fad rtwt i ti ; SLejioct 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



227 



14. Durinf ihf pCTiod otmrtd bj ihij d»lni. «pl«ln what you h«v« done to Bnd work. Lin «mploj«n, Ubor onloni «Bd othtt pUca 
ainuned. 



Plicts Conua«3 



Type o( Work Sought 






-^ 



-LX/^ 



/I 



t /^/^^ i^V/rer 



-y.:^?. 



/>rL^/^/d" /2^ //-'l-^" 



^^2 : -%:^v 



--r^S.-^ 



y^^-^T'-^ 7c.^r^ 



-^^o /^.'-^z^. 



^//^/^ 



j^iJ^ilmML 






^<^c^/7?-^. 



4=-yv2>r<™^ 



If 70U haw ifcme iprr^^Sif;, t»;>;?<.''Awh KTi 

v.. 'i^'i, r 



15. RE.MARICS: CIvt bckw. inj iddiUotiil information 



i^n On ♦"r,.^! i'f^s IJ^. pirticuUrly Iwm 10, which require furth 



further expUnation. 




/^- /, g ^ /:y^^ ;^i. 



16. I hrreby regliler for work and claim unenip!o»-mrtit insurance benefiii. I am unemployed, able to wort and arallable for wort, ea- 
cej.! M stated hereon. I have been informed thai I ciu« report as directed to the Suie Employment Service oHice to continue my 
reKisiraiion lor work and my claim for benc^iis. I underjund that the Uw prescribes penalura for false statements made for the 

ruL^tre^'tr^er^f ^Coi ^T^::,:^'^^lt'^iiip '^''" • """-^ «'"'>' •^"' -^^ ""«-««* -<" "• «-"-«"- ^-^ '^- 

r 



NOTE; Do not sicn here until in«ructed 
to do fo by the claims Uker. 



y^'/ /^ C^<^<^-^}/ 



iClaLoiacit's tlpnatur*) 



17. Oaimant-In caK of maU claim, obtain sipiiture of noury, or signatures and addresses of two adult witnessn not rcUted to yws. 

(1) 51gnature and address 

(2) Signature and address ^__^_______ 

18. I hereby wiinen the signature of this claimant and certify that he has met 




fClALaj lALcrs ■IxQA.tun) 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



228 



LOUISIAXA-19 
Flexible Week 



^Y 



CONTINUEI* 



P.o\ ^c)r'^ 3do6 /■ 



2. LOCM. 
MAILING 
ADUKEiS: 



(61. or RuTttl Hout« 



A/ tcA/ 0/f/<fyf xc/n.oui s iana 

<CU>, . (ZOM Mo.) |SUU> 

Have you^ovcd lince Uu. week? Q] Ya 0'^ 



^7 



-.'ATE CXAIM '^ 

Qaimant: Plusc do not 



Budtal Buruu No. M-RlOOt.l 

:c in ihU box 



Q Female 



9. During the wecl>.fi) claimed in ^G and #7 above, did you work or earn waj;ei of any kindr [~] 
If "y-es", furnish the information below for each day you wortcd. 



4. 

5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 


SSANo.4<7J 
Q^l □ UCFE 
Liable Stale > 


i' 


2f ? 

n fcx 


f^i 


7 


Week Ending Date 










Week Ending Date 


7 


" /-/. 


' 




Actual date claim ukcn 


? 


-/7- 


~/^. > 













V" C^ 



EMPLOVER-NAME AND ADDRESS 



CROSS PAY AMOUNT 



fur icjtarjtioii from any cniplojTncnt thown above: I.lfk of work ^J Other* FH 



10. >or the weet(j) claimed in ^G and #7 above, how much did you 
receive in income in the form of: 

a. Ejniinji from self-croploymentJ 

b. Commission paymenti? 

c. \Vi5Ct in lieu of notice? 

d. Disiiii.'.ul or severance pay? 
c. Vacation pay? 

f. Holiday pay? 

g. 'tips and gratuities? 
h. lioard. or rocjm, or both? 

i. R;iilroad reiircmciil bencfilj? 

j. Social Security (OASI)? 

k. Peiuioii from fanner employers 

intUidmg government and armed iorcei? 
1. Workmen's coiapcnsation? 
m. Veterans education and training or 

subsistence allowance? 
n. Educational Aisiiiance Allowance 
under ilie War Otphaiu Ka 19S0? 
For any amount oiiered in # 10. show in # 15 RENtARlCS, the period covered by payment and employer 

12. Use I_ O. stamp or enicr L. O. Address and No. 15. For use of liable Sute 



* A 


« / 


i / 






























1 


* \ 





UL. 



W. For the wcck,(i) clainicU above in ;^6 aod ^ 

a. Were you fully able to w..rlc? 

b. Were you available for work? 

c. Did you refuse any jobs offcreU y 

d. Did rou attend Khool? 

e. Did you work on a fam»? 

f. Did you work on a dnxw 
g. Were you kelf-einplojevl? 



^e. 

□ Ye,. 

□ Yes. 

□ Y«. 
basis? □ Yes. 

□ Yes. 



h. Did you receive, or arc you »cc«.ing 
bcncnti under any other State or 
Federal unemployment insurance law? P"] Ye»* 



□ N.. 

□ no. 



^ 



I 

Qno 



' and address if applicable. 



DIVISION OF £»,!PLOY?,!£NT SECURin! 
CZO CA.VP STKttT 



Rn^^tt every , 



week(s) 



•CLAIMS TAXERj Jjtplain oo Form lE-Il, Fact Fiiidins Repon 



BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



229 



H. During the period covcrtd by thig cbdni, explain what yoti have done to find work, lift employcn, labor union* and other pUo 
contacted. 



Places Contaaed 



Type of \VorJt Sought 



hcl_li_ 



Qt;^.<2^-<'->-*^ 



c n 



Cc^T^ 







^v^ 



/-^cr^ 



.^\ZtC>^ ^zto^ 



j!py///' ,r^ n^S> /^^ l l^^y/jt^. 



/J^jy^ 



Jii/y ^ Uc^c^. 



II you hive done nothing, explain why 



15. REMARKS: Give below any additional inlormatlon on any of Items 1-11, particularly Item 10, which re<juire further explanation. 



I'j. I hercliv re^(ter for work and claim unemployment iniurance bcneOts. I am unemployed, able to work and avaibble for work. e.x- 
cnu as st.ilctl hereon. I have been informed tliat I mu« report aj directed to the Slate Eraplo\-ment Service office to continue mv 
rcviv.rjii.jii for work, and my claim (or benefits. I understand th.it the law prescribes penalues for false statements made for the 
purpose of obtaining benefits not due or of increasing bcnehts. 1 heicbv certify that tlie sutements made in coiinecuon with t^i! 



true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



NOTE; Do not sign here until instructed 
to do 50 Dv the claims taker. 



->^,/ e^.^/C( 



17. Oaimant-In case of mall claim, obftfTn^Jjnjfere fcf nptary, or signatures and addresses of two adult witneMes not related 



(1) Signature and address . 



(I) Signature and address , - 



O 



I: 



-=4- 



18. I hereby witness the signature of this claimant,, and certify that he has met the regi- 

IB-X, p. 2 N. ' _/ 



and reporting re<]uirrm<rT^3 of this St.i 



BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



230 



r.^c^ 



r7 



LOUlSIANA-19 
Flexible Week 



CONTINXED ESTEKSTATE CLAIM 

CLumaaU Fle2s« do i 



write tn this box 



1. NAME: 

(Pnnti inr»l 

2. LOCAL 



(No.) (St. or Rural Rout*) 

f\} U^iX) GA/(-/;^^ Louisiana 



Hayc )-ou movH «inct laii wMk? f~l Ya 



.■SSANo. <<y ^If 

Qy<!l Q L-CFE □ ucx 

5. Liable State ^ cy^'''^^^-^ /■ 



o ^ 



2Z 



6. Week Ending Dale . 



7. Week Ending Date 



<r/^ c/^ '/ 



8. Actual date claim taken 



■ '9'-/^^ 



^■/ 



9. During the wcck(s) claimed in #6 and #7 above, did you work or 

If "yes", furnish the information below for each day 



earn waRCs of any kind? Q Yei (3^*o 



EMPLOYER-NAME AND ADDRESS 



GRO^S PAY AMOUNT 



Reawn for separation from -..y empIo\^''nt ihown above: Lack of work 1"^ Other* T~\ 



10. For the wcek(s) claimed in ;JtC and #7 above, how much did you 
receive in income in the form of: 

a. Earnings from self-employnieni? 

b. Commission pa)'raent4? 

c. Wi^e* in Ueu of notice? 

d. Dismissal or tcvcrance pay? 

e. Vacation pay? 
i. Holiday pay? 

g, Ttps and gratuities? 
h. Board, or room, or both? 
i. Railroad rciiremcni beneSls? 
j. Social Security (OASI)? 
k. Pension from former employer* 

including government and armed forces? 
I. W'orkmen'i compensation? 
m. Veteranj education and training or 

subsistence allowance? 
n. Educational Assistance Allowance 
under the War Orphans Act 1956? 



11. For the week(s} claimed above in #6 and 

a. Were you fully able to work? 

b. Were )'ou available for work? 

c. Did you refuse any job» offered you? 

d. Did you attend school? 

e. Did you work on a farm? 

f. Did you work on a commiuion baii 
g. Were you self-employed? 



rVve3 

□ Ve.. 

□ Ye,. 

□ Ve.. 
n Ve». 



D 



□ no 

m No 



h. Did you receive, or are you seeking 
benefits untler any other State or 
Fciieral unemployment insurance law? PH Ye»' 



For any amount entered in #10. »how io #15 REMARKS. Ihe period covered by payment and employer name and addreu i( applicable. 
12. Uie L. O. uamp or enter L. O. Addreau and No. 15. For uie of liable Sute 

D.v.i.ON OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ~-^*^ 

630 CAWP STREET 
i'^,^7'."L..„j ;EV; ORGANS. LCUU^lANA -/Oisa 



Report every 



. week(i} 



•CLAIMS TA.»nii Explain on Form IB-11, Fact Finding Report 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



231 



14. During the prriod covrrrd by this <laim. explain what you have done to find work. List employers. labor un 
contacted. 



and other pb 



Place* Cx>ntjaed 



T)pe of Work Sought 



iU^ :^^Wi^4^ <V<<:^ ^Xn /?/ /n 



■i5-/^' 



. yT yC^^^-V^-, 0-6^ ■<-<r^-^- . I jjO^^-tA X/ir^ ! '^^■-f~r>c^^/' TTf j 



■t- 






^ 



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i/j^f ^^v^i^s,:., ■/ .^^..-n:^-^- 



f~UL 




A^A 



II vou Wis(~i, ';;■. 



X 



i<^^ic. 



^<>— yUy/jy 






13. REMARKS: Give below 2ny addliionil Infonnition on my of llcmi 111, panlculaily iicm 10, which require furthCT explanation. 



IG. I hereby register for work and claim unemployment iniurance benefits. 1 am unemployed, able to work and a\-ailable for work, cx- 
tepl »i 'nulcil hereon. 1 ha\c been infoimcd that 1 must report as directed to the State Eniplosment Service ollicc to continue my 
i<.>;iNtrJti'>n lor uc-rk and my claim lor bencfitj. I undersund that the law prescribes penalties (or false statements made for the 
puiiK."e of obtaining benefits not due or o! increasing benefits. 1 hereby certify that the statements nude in connection /Cth this 
(tai::i are true 10 the best of n,y knowledge and belief. 




NOTE; Do not lirn here until injinicied 
to do 10 by the claims taker, 



I". Claimant— In case of mall claim, obtain signature of notary, or signatures and addresses of two adult witnesses not related to you. 

(1) &jg«taiurt and Mddreii __„„...^__^^^_^^________^^_^^___^^_-_____-___-^^___^_____^_^_^_^^^^__^.^______^_^_ 

(2) Signature and addre« . 




BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



232 



LOUISIANA-19 
Flexible Week 



0^ 



7 



CONTINUED INTERSTATE CLAIM ^ 

CUimani: Plraif do not wn[« in thU bo: 



BudK*t Bur««u No. 44-ftlO'M.l 



(Pint) fM <l(ll«> iLajII 



1. NAME: 

2. LOCAL 



(8L or Rilrai R«ut* 



icitr) 



/^(^Cpf /^'/C/ '^/? A ,[<, Louisiana 



Have you moved tincc Uu wcrk? 
5. Q^^iie □ Female 



. ^n rY 3-7:^7 



5. Liable Sta 



UI Q] UCFE P) I'C 



6. W«k Ending Dale _ 

7. Week Endini Dale 



i 



~77 






8. Actual date claim uken 



.^'r7-0? 



9. During the wcckfi) claimed in #6 and #7 above, did you work or cam waRW of any kind? PI Yei 
I( "yes", furnish the information below for each dav vou worked. 



0^ 



DATE EMPLOYER-NAME AND ADDRESS CROSS PAY AMOUNT 


/ 


/ 


/ 


/ 




1 




! 







Reaton for iqiaration from any emplo)inenl ihourn above: Lack of work Q Other* [_J 



10. For the wcekis) claimed in #6 and #7 abore, bow much did you 
receive in income in the form of: 

a. Earning* from ielf-employment? 

b. CommiMion payments? 

c. Wages in lieu of notice? 

d. DisniiMal or severance pay? 

e. Vacation pay? 
f. Holiday pay? 

g. Tip» and gratuities? 
h. Board, or room, or both? 
i. Railroad retirement benefiu? 
j. Social Security (OASI)? 
k. Penwon from former employen 

including government and armed forces? 
i. Workmen's compensation? 
m. Veterans education and training or 

subsistence allowance? 
n. Educational Assistance Allowance 

under the War Orphans Art 1956? 
For any amount entered in #10. show In #15 REMAJRtS. the period 

12. Ute L. O. »ump or enter L. O. Address and No. IS- 

DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 
630 CAMP STREET 

itiwT... f*'^^''' ORi-EAfiS. louis!A;:a 70:21? 

Point Lootjon ^ __„_..„,««— ———^— 




11. For the week(s) claimed above in #6 and #7: 

a. Were you fully able to work? 

b. Were you av-ailat>le for work? 

c. Did you refuse any jobs offered you? 

d. Did you attend school? 

e. Did you work on a (arm? 

f. Did you work on a commiw 

g. Were you $elf<mployed? 

h. Did you receive, or are you seeking 
benelitj under any other State or 
Federal unemployment insurance law? [ | 

covered by paj-mcnt and employer name and addreu if appUcable. 

For use of liable Suie 




V 



•'■"'-^?S£D 



Report every . 



.k(.) 



•CLAIMS TAKER] Eiplaip oo Form IB-11, Fact Fiiuilag Report 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



233 



14. During the period covered by thli claim, explain what yoa hi»c done lo find work, Liit ernployen, labor unions and other placet 
contjcted. 



Places Conucted 



Type of Work Sought 



/\\(^-^ HKf Vt;r// ^ 



r^.yu-Tf^ 



iU^y^ c^'^-^^;^ I 



•'^s /?/^.<^/^c:X^r7^ 



L>' 



>tJ^ Jft/^^'/^^- ' ^ ' 




h/A^e^ r^ wf 



Ci-f^?^ 



j:/2. 



7^ 



f-'Cc^'C^iS^O 



'-^'c^i-Vt-i^-v C- 






->^?^ '^.'^A 



•Ci:-7 51 



.Z±ii:_21^ 



/ Oa ^ 



AZk<lu^ 



^i' iAL L:l Cif-^ >L 



/is^^iJ: /^:(( ic^^trsj <ZfA//^ I ^4i7Z6/fy'/h C 



^j^ ^y;y^-<^ < 



/LC ^yo^. /v 



n tou have done nothing, explain why. 



Vj. RL\fARK.5- Cite below any addiUona] Information on any of Item? Ml, panicuUrly Item 10, which retjuire further explanation. 



1^^773^ 



^-c F''^?v,,.^,„ 



16. I hTcijT rrpitcT for work and daim unemployment insurance benefit*. I am unemployed, able to work ar.'zi'*iJ^^^*^AcJ^^>\^ r. 

"' ' - ' ' • ■-- - "^ -- '-'onuetl that I mu« report i( Oueclcd to the Ssjie Employment Semtc <,;■- e •<'Jk&::^y,• .V^ 

betic&ls. I undetcar^d iImi t.'ie !jw prf^<n^^o pen..;tiei' tor fjTie «u:rf •.--:"r.rj-.'> K-^-\ 



st^itn! hereon. 1 ha%e bren informed 

rrv''>'i-ti"" 'or vurk. an.J m> cliiin (or bencQls. X underiUiid iImi t.'ie law prf^cn!,'r> pen-iltiei tor fjTie «la:rf '.--j'l-.rj.— .'» K-f-iK.i: 

pi.TjKise of obtaimr)g bene'.cs nut due or of inciea-ing beiicdtj. ) hereljv cetlilv that the stateinenlj itaJe in ■cOlM!Pt«iiL/wii!'v<i'w 

\:>- 



to the best of mv kno»led-e and belief. 



to do io 



wen here until in\t 
J br the da inn uU 



ker. 






/.y.3 29 



7:c3 ]£] 



1?. Clairaanl-In case of mail daim, obtain signature of notanr. or signatures and addres^el of two aduU wimciics not related to you. ' 

(I) Signature and address 

i2) .'•iRnature and address „„„_,___ ^__^ ^ ^ 

IS. 1 hereby wiincjs the signature of this claimant and certify that he has met the registration and reporting reoulkinents cf^<hij State. 




BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



234: 



0-f 



'y 



LOUISIAXA-19 
Flexible Week 



coxTiNUED enti:rstate clalm '^■- 

Clairoant: Plra-v do 



7 



2. LOCAL ^ . J 

<N«.) (81. or Rur&I Routt; 

A ^ U/ 6^ A f^/^A yS Louisiana 

/ 

Have you moved lince Uu week? fH Yo [yf No 

'• n '^^'^ [H ''^^^« 

9. During the w<rk(5) cUimrd in #C and #? above, did you work ore 
U "yes", furnish the information below for each da 



Budcst Btir«»a Nol 44-R1Cp04 1 
ite in thu bos 



H. ssA No. / -^ ^ y / > 


'■■ / 


□"Cl r] LXFE n VOC 
S. Liablf Sljtf ^-^ " - ' 


6. \V«k EndiiiR Datr 


7. Week Ending Dale — 


y 


8. Actual date claim takrn: U 


/ 







aco of any k.mi; [1 Y< 
worked. 



EMPLOVER-NAME AND ADDRESS 



CRO.SS PAY AMOUNT 



for K-paration from any cmploMDenc »hown above: La<k of work | j Other* \ | 



10. For the wcel(s) claimed in #6 and #7 above, bow much dij you 
receive in income in the form of; 



a. Earning from self employment? 

b. Commission p.'iymentj? 

c. %Vacc5 in lieu of notice? 

d. Disniivkil or severance pay? 

e. Vacation pay? 
f. Holiday pay? 

g. Tips and gratuities? 
h. Board, or room, or both? 
i. Railroad retirement benefiti? 
j. Social Security (OASt)? 
k. Pension from former employers 

including government and armed forces? 
L Workmen's compensation? 
m. Veterans education and training <ir 

subsistence allowance? 
n. EJucational Assistance Allowance 
under the War Orphans Act 1956? 
For any amount entered in # 10. show in # 15 REMARKS, the period covered by payment and employer name and addrca if 



11. For the week{s) claimed above in .;t^6 

a. Were you fully able to work? ;/ 

b. Were )ou available for work? 

c. Did you refuse any jobs offered you? Fj Ve»' 

d. Did you attend school? j [ Vc»' 

e. Did you work on a farm? | I Ye»' 

f. Did sou work on a commission basis? [^ Vel 
g. Were you self employed? i I Yc»' 




h. Did you receive, or are vou seeking 
beneuti under any other Suie or 
Fetleral unemployment insurance Law? ^J Yes* 






ipplicable. 



L. O. Addreu and No. 



IZ Use L. O. sump or . 

DWISION OF WP10Y» SECURITY 
630 CAV.P STREET 
Itinerant . ;:iW CRLf ANS, LW»S!ASA 70105 



13. For use of liable State 




proce: 



'^''"PSiiLi 



Report every . 



*etk(«) 



HXa^.JS TAKER; Explain on Form IB-U, Faa Finding Report 



BuBCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



235 



«P«MMH 



?^ ^U'lJ^' ^K VCLV^ 



^« taac *nr a> to< ««<. '—m enrSkr^^ kivr imcns »>i .-cicr ;v:ks 



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,* '■''.•>:'% '■'.^.'t'v- >■'. —^ .' 



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beTe::2. ' SB 



liT^c 3i-Li jisi'niiKil Sac 1 : 



sec IT ^?> l3mL*)Bi^E sb£ "hclcJ 



7 .^ ,.<^ ^,. .. /-^ 



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K ! >»jia«i M diMj Ar agi^^K tf ttk ( 



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(rJ 



COMiSLU) ENTEESTATE CLADf 



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fVxiiMe We«ic 



^.£ 



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X XJOCU. 
MABJNC 



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/l^<f^<^ (>A''A<^y^^^J, l^-j- ,5i3rj 



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V«cft Ead:^ Okc 



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B '^CS , IX-Tli ifc 9C IBBML' jgPOB BdbV MC ^""^ tfs 1 



'•<-P»«^CI 



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£k?1jote3.-n<j<£ axs «rin«rw 



iJ :.■« ?4T AX -JZS-: 



e. Vim ii w pay? 

f. BaSdzTfay 

J. Tif» aid g n i rw u n'' 



Social &CKiif lOASI]? 



a. Voe «M 

k. Wear vi 

1 Ekrffm 






Ki*i *r Wk Oc;*aaa Act HSe 
I«r wf miim ooei ••«>*. *■« "^ ; ^ artf A &a-i. ■><: 

IStc U Ol OB? ar OOB U a A«£nB a>< N» 



Z-- z-9 






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T^jr= 3.-_ T«= Ta 



Brsc^^v Ei^isiT No. 1- 



237 



14. During the period covered by thU claim, explain what tou have done to find work. List enployen. labor unions and other places 
contjned. 



PUccs ConucTed 



Type of Work Sought 



.'■'/r-^ '■ cos^cs s/yyy^/>. 



C/<^^A^ 



^^^^y?yy%r. 






/■'c'^ y ^^7:^ -^^ /^^s^c 



^/O^-T^/C" -^ 






.^t f: n- A^/T^.^^-^^ C 7C'l'r> 



/H(:7t 






-nl 



If you have tlcoc D. ihiflp. rvplain why 



15. RE^fARKS: Give below any additional infomiation on any of iiems 111, particularly item 10. which require further explanation. 



16. ! hereby regisirr for work and claim uncnijiloyment Insurance benerits. 1 am unemployed, able to work and available for work, ex- 
cqn as itaiC'l hcicori. I ha\e brtti in(urmc.l that I mu>t rcpoit .«» directed to tlie State EnipIo\ment Srj;^ice ofTicc to continue my 
rr^i^:^rftl<■ll lor »or^ and my cUiin for bcncrns, I untJcistjnd (l.ai the Uvv prtsciibrs penalties for f.y^Cc >:a(eiTients nude f'-r tlic 
pijr-[>»j!^ of <'!/iJiiiiiig bcnrhi\ nol due or of incjc.t^mg bcncl:ti. I licrebv ccitily that t)ic statements /iude! in connection witJi tin 
<Ui!n are true to the Lot of mv knunlcJ-c and belief. 



U^ 



A V, 



17. Clairaanf— In caie of mail claim, obtjin signature of notarv. or sipnaturei and addresses of two adult witnesses not related to you. 

(I) Signature and address _^_«— __ .^ .-~^ . , ■■ 

\'Z) Sigt\ature and address ^ ^ 



BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 1— Continued 



238 



Budc«t BuTMU No. i4-lll0O4.] 



LOUISIANA-19 
Flexible Week 



1. name: ^^^ MMLCY ^SC^W/J 

(Pnr.t> trirst) (Uldilt«) lL.*«t) 

2. LOCAL 

AD D R S§. /°^' /s-or ^dofj. 

<Ne.) <8t. or Run] RouU) 

Xi^y^uJ D/(/i^y 9-y ^ Louisiana 

KCwit IZoiM No.) 

Hive yoiymovcd lince la»t wttk? f"] Yo 

[]]] Ftroalt 



CONXIXUED IKTERSTATE CIjUM 

Qaiminl: Please do not write In thU box /^ 



£Z 



4. SSA No. / ^' 

5. Liable .Stale ^C^ ^ 


□ ucx 


G. Week Endinp Dale 


;^^-^-^(^:s^ 


7. Week Endinj Dale 


8. Actual date claim uken: _ 


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9. During the week(i) claimed m #6 and #7 above, did you work or e.irn wai;ri of any kind; f"] Vej [~]-;ia_ 
If "><»", furnish the information below for each da v you worked. 



EMPLOVER-NAME AND ADDRE.SS 



CRO.SS PAY AMOUNT 




Reason for leparation from any employment shown above: Lack of work j~J Other* Pj 



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10. For the week,!) claimed in #G and #7 above, how much did yo 
receive in income in the form of: 

a. Earninp from »cl (-employment? 

b. a.mmii.siun paymentj? 

c. U'jgej in heu of notice? 

d. Disniiv^al or severance pay? 

e. V.cuion pav? 
f. Ilolirijy pay? 

g. Tips and gratuitie*? 

h. Bo.ird. or room, or both? 

i. Railroad retirement benefiu? 

j. Social Security (OASI)? 

k. Pension from former employers 

including government and armed forces? 
1, Workmen's compensation? 
m. Veterans education and training or 

subsistence allowance? 
n. Educational A.«isiaiice Allowance 
nder the War Orphans Art 1956? 



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U. For ihe wcck(s) cUimcd above in ^6 anU ;; 7: 

a. Were you fully able to worL? S'^" CH ^*^* 

b. \S'ere >-ou available for work? i,^v^^'« PI No* 

c. Did you refuse any joba offered >t>u? [^ Yes* [3^* 
□ Ves. [rj-No 

basis? □ Yes* gf- 



d. Did you attend school? 

e. Did you work on a farm? 

f. Did you work on a comniis 
g. Were you sclf<mployed? 



h. Did you 
t>eneliu 
FedCT.ll 1 



er any other Sule or /' 

nployn:enl insurance law? Q Yes* Q No 



For any amount entered in #10. Jiow in #15 REMARKS, the period covered by payment and employer name and addrcu if applicable. 
12. Use L. O. sump or enter L. O. Address and No. 13- For use of liable State 

OiVlS'.Orl OP EMPLOYMENT SECURtTY. ^ j>^ 

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., Cr.LEANS 12, LOUISIANA 



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KXAIMS TAKXR: Explain oo Form Hi-ll, Fact Fi-nulng Report 



BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 17 



239 



H. Donn; the period covered by thij cUira, expliln what you have done to Rnd work. List employen, labor unions ind oihcr place* 
contacted. 



Places Contacted 



T^pe o( Work Sought 






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15. REMARK.,'s: Give below any additional Information on any of items MI, partioilarly itcro 10, which require further cxplanatio 



15- X hereby register for work and claim unemployment insurance benefits. I am unemployed, able to work and available for work, ex- 
tq'l as 5t.itcil btTcon. I \vi\t been infyrmcd thai I must report :u ilircctcd to the ^tatc Eniplovmeiil Service o'.Iice to continue ni» 
T^V'^tI■''»"'> I'^r ^^<.^k and mv claim fur bciu-rm. I uniJc rst.ind that the law prc^oibcs peiu;::e5 for f^lse statements m.iiic for \\(t 
jniijH..w of obiainiit^ I>ciic!ifi not due or of incTCJ%iii;^' benefits. 1 hereby certify ihjt the statements made in cnnnccticu niih this 
tljiiii are true to the Ix-st of my knowledge and belief. 






17. Ciaimani — In cavr of injj] cUirn, obtain signature of notary, or ligtialiirCT and adUrcss« of two aiJuIt witnr\5« not relateil to you. 

(1) Signature and adjtcu '. 

(2) Signature and addrev _-________^ 

18. I hcrc!)y witiieM the signature of this claimant and certify that he ha» met the rr);i5itanon and mxining requirenirmj of ihi'i State. 



BuRCHAM ExHiBiTl No. 1 — Continued 



VQ-/r--^-¥/- 



240 



1 ■ T. 12 (I 6;i 



1h. v.c.-i .. listpci ho!uv/ (i! cny1 • 

to 
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BuRCHAM Exhibit No. 2 



BuKCHAM Exhibit No. 2 — Continued 



241 



| L|I-|C ^ l- a L D kl'-ij \^^.\'^ t:h |l C|L 



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LAST PAYMENT NOTICE 



Your eni'iii.Ticni lo Ungmpioymenl Inrurance under Ihg progroni fc v.liich ycj ore 
currenily filing cxoires v.iih the enclosed chock. Yom have cxi-.-ius'c-d yo'jr iirx.imuMi 
beociils fcr the benefit \Qcr shown above. 

Burc}ia;r. Kxhibil llo. 3 
I'.'PORTANT: If you ore sli'l unemployed, yoj should ccnilr.uo lo co.n'oct your locci 
Employment Office for job ooportuniiies. 



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BxjBCHAM Exhibit No. 3 



BuECHAM Exhibit No. 3 — Continued 



242 



FD.302 (R.».s.3-5») FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Date DaCu 12, 1963 ^ 

J 

Mayor EARLE CA5ELL was interviewed at his office ,^ j 
in the Municipal Building, Dallas, at which time the >^" . 

identities of the interviewing agents we« made known to --w* 
Mayor CABELL. Mayor CABELL was advised th^t he no doubt ^ ' 
was aware of the investigation being conducted by the ^ ^ 
Federal Bureau of Investigation In connection with the ^ .? 

shooting of LEE HARVEY OSWALD„ Mayor CABELL advised that ^'^x ^ 
he was aware of this investigation. He was aware that \^ 
he did not have to make any statement and volunteered that ^ v 
he was most anxious to furnish any information in his > , i ^ 
possession that Would be of assistance in this investigation."^ . 

He understood that any information he furnished could '^ ^ 
possibly be used against him in court and was aware of his ^ !^ 
rights to an attorney. He then furnished the following j» ' 

information in response to inquiry: o ^ 



\s 



Mayor CABELL advised that from the time of the ^^ - 
assassination to the time of this interview there was only ^^ 
one occasion when he took any form of administrative 
action that might in any way be conceivably related 
to either the OSWALD or the RUBY case„ He explained that 
this occurred either on Saturday or Sunday morning, 
November 23 or 24, 1963, after the assassination, at which " 
time he received an inquiry from a Mro LANCASTER SMITH, g- 
a local attorney representing a Catholic men's group in h 
Dallas, relative to the advisability of proceeding with a 
torchlight procession which that group planned for Sunday, g^ 
November 24, 1963. According tr- Mayor CABELL, this g 
procession was to go by the site of the assassination 



and also was to pass in front of the County Jail. a; 

(0 

Mayor CABELL very definitely recalls on this w 

occasion that he called Chief JESSE E, CURRY concerning ;i 

this inquiry from Mr, SMITH , and he also was concerned ^ 

about this procession but, in effects ^ad no valid reason ^ 

to refuse the permit, Sfeyor CABELL explained that since g. 

the procession was to be in the area where OSWALD was ^ 

incarcerated, that a condition conducive to rowdyism might ^ 
develop, and he felt that it would be inadvisable to approve 

of this planned procession. Be stated for this reason he ^ 



on 12/12/63 at Dallas, Texas p., j. DL 44-1639 

WARREN C. de BRUEYS & 

by Special Afl.nt 8 GEORGE W. E. CARLSON/csh ^^^^ j.^^^^^^ 12/12/63 



Cabeh^l Exhibit No. 1 



243 



DL 44-1639 



told Chief CURRY that it should not be approved, and that he 
would take the full responsibility as the party who was 
responsible for the cancellation of the permit for the 
aforementioned procession., 

Mayor CABELL, of course, also categorically stated 
he at no time had given any orders to Chief CURRY to 
remove OSWALD from the City Jail and transport him to 
the County Jail. 

At this point, he emphasized that his office is 
a policy office and not an administrative office, that 
the City Manager appoints the Chief of Police and that he, 
CABELL, has no direct contact with department heads. He 
pointed out that the only reason he contacted Chief CURRY 
directly in connection with the above parade permit was 
because City Manager ELGIN CRULL was out of town or not 
available. 

According to Mayor CABELL, he was not in the City 
Hall from the time of President KENNEDY'S assassination 
until the council- meeting, which took place on the morning 
of Tuesday, November 26, 1963. He related that he was working^ 
during that period of time from his home. 

As concerns any possible information that he may 
have given the press, he categorically stated he does 
not recall that he had at any time given any information 
to newsmen or persons representing a news media relative to 
OSWALD'S removal from the City Jail to the County Jail. In 
fact, he believes the only infom^tion he gave to the press 
was that which he gave on Sunday morning, November 24, 1963, 
relative to his planned travel to Washington, D. C. 

On the subject matter of the press. Mayor CABELL 
volxinteered that he had learned from the City Manager that 
the press had put a great deal of pressure on Chief CURRY 
relatie to the removal of OSWALD from the City Jail to the 
County Jail. Some of this pressure concerned statements 
from the press to Chief CURRY that the press would have to 
stay up all night in order to be assured that they would not 
miss the removal of OSWALD as stated. Mayor CABELL states 
that according to infom^tion he received from the City Manager, 

Cabell Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



244 



DL 44-1639 



Chief CURRY was alleged to have retorted that if they (the 
press) were back by 10 (am) that "they would be safe." 
Mayor CABELL stated specifically he received this information 
from City Manager CRULL after the shooting of OSWALD. 

Mayor CABELL also volunteered that he had heard 
through the City Manager that Chief CURRY wanted to do 
everything possible to avoid even the impression as well as 
possible allegations that OSWALD'S civil rights were being 
violated by denial of such things as the freedom of the 
press and the like. He mentioned in this regard that even 
the president of the Dallas County Bar was allowed to 
visit OSWALD in the jail. 

As concerns any other conversation that may 
have transpired between Mayor CABELL ard Chief CURRY, it 
was elicited from Mayor CABELL that Mayor CABELL spoke 
to Chief CURRY Sunday morning, November 24, 1963, by 
telephone in connection with the Mayor's planned flfeht 
to Washington, D. C. Mayor CABELL remarked that Chief 
CURRY had called him at his home by telephone and had 
advised him that a call had been received by direct dialing 
from a person who said there was going to be an attempt 
made against CABELL's life. During that telephonic con- 
versation. Chief CURRY told Mayor CABELL he had given the 
aforementioned information to ROBERT Co LISH of the local 
Federal Bureau of Investigation Office, and LISH called 
the Mayor at home, at which time the Mayor said that he 
had received the information from Chief CURRY. Chief CURRY 
recommended that the Mayor take a later flight. Subsequent 
to this call, he received a telephone call from a friend 
of his , whom he did not name , that OSWALD had been shot 
and to turn his television set on, which he did. He then 
received a call from Chief CURRY advising that OSWALD had 
been shot. Mayor CABELL relates that he then told Chief 
CURRY that he was watching television regarding that incident 
at that moment. 

Mayor CABELL also advised that he had heard no 
Information at any time prior to the shooting of OSWALD 
that there was any threat made against OSWALD'S life or 

Cabell Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



245 



DL 44-1639 



OSWALD'S safety from any sources » Mayor CABELL stated that, 
of course, he had read such <<% statement in the papers to 
the effect that Chief CURRY had received word regarding 
a threat to OSWALD "a safety prior to OSWALD'S shooting » 

At the conclusion of this interview with Mayor 
CABELL, he voluntarily stated he had always had a high 
regard for the Directcr and for Agents of the Federal Bureau 
of Investigation and has ftlr^n^y^ enjoyed a good- working 
relationship with them and desired that the facts in this 
case be established^ Mayor CABELL concluded by stating 
that there are people who are crying for "blood" in 
this matter; however, he is not taking any unwarranted 
action against Chief CURKX to satisfy the "wolves." 

CABEa^L Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



246 



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248 



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249 




Cadigan Exhibit No. 3 



250 



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251 



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254 




Cadigan Exhibit No. 3 — Continued 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX H 



255 




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256 





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257 





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258 



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Kr iMa HarT«y Oswald, 
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262 



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263 



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266 



APPLICATION FOK REVIED OF DISCHARGE 0» SVARATiON 
FROM WE AtiMEO FORCES OF THE UHITED SUJES 




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a ritiz<Mi or as otiaens of a forcifrti sUtr; taken an oath or mack an afflrmation or other forma) <i«elarat>on of allcvlanoa to 
a foreijtn aUt*; «vt»r*d or •erred in th* annad aarvku of a for*i»n atjUe; accepted or performed the duties of any oHln. 
po»t. or employment under th* rorcmment of a fortirn atate or political subdivision thereof; v<o«ad in a poiitieal election In 
a foreiin) siftte or participated in an elcctton or plebiacite to determine the aovereifnty over foreign territory; made a 
formal rvnunciation of nationality cither in the United States or before a diplocnaticor conralaroAoerof the United Statea 
in a foreifni iUU ; ever aoactit or claimed the benefits oi the nationality oi any foreign state ; been convicted by a court of 
competent jurisdiction of eomittittinff or of conapirinc to commit any act of traaaon acaio«t> or ^ attenptlafr by force to 
overthrow, or of bearinir nnns a«ainat the United States: or departed frocn or remained ovUide of the jumiUctioffi of the 
United Statea for the purpoaeof evading or avotdinjr traininir and service in the armed armeea of the Unltad Stataa. 

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I solemnly swear that the atatenents made on all the pacea of this appbeatMa arc trve and that the phutaaiaph 
attached is a likeneas of me and of thoae people to be included In my paaaport. 

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rorrlgn and domeaUc; thM I will bear tram CaMh and ■IHcHnw to the ■ 
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269 




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270 




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ncd a passport, ccrtiflcsto, onrd, doca-«nt or 
id. :'ou Tore described as .» rational of a country 
.^t/" „ '^-'''^ °^ "^^ ^^ "yes", cive date 

oT till? cir?;ir.3t-»nc(>s Mnder wr.ich it took 



'in;jrtr t^ 3(a) is "Tea", did you voluntarily seek or clair, s-jch 



hf-rv'fitCE)? 



.(■.ec or I'o) If "V.o", please explain. ^l 



^' ^ <^-V^- 



/ -_ 



u ever infomira any local or national official of a forelcn 
■■. i' :e a national of t'le Vnited States? >t^. .(Ves or ;'o) If "Yes", 

r rers .^r rijoh official and t!ic date^irl t-irrunrtinces under which 




Cadigan Exhibit No. 3 — Continued 



744_730 O— 64— vol. XIX- 






-,v.. ,■ rr I .;<-r: a ner); •;• -f ir;- I'-n Wx --l:-i->l r-.f',y, rvmir.' 



pf h..?idT.r. 






•••■r t~ 'X'-i) Is "Yos", did yo« ;.-il:o such oath or nakc r-i 

f>!-.-il iccXariti--:. '.f •."''■,■ i: - tc 'hi' I'jrolf.r. sUitc 



3 

' ST* 






"ootioi. 



post 
divir 



, ■ , ■ ;--Tfr>rned the duties of any officej 

;:k.!-i- t.i'! (/.vt-rnitaiit «;" a f oreli n state or political sub- 
>i.fy .'"'--" "!• r -) If "Vpo", pli.'ase answer questions in 



.,/ 



:'r)rce3 of tiie 



foroifn state volun- 

■.,■■■ •■'•■(l-iin '-trcimi- 



e?': 



3. n; 



: t against ontry into or snrvi' 
). ir your -»!irK»r Is "Yes", ar.- 



rt'd forces? 
ns (a) to (a) 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 3 — Continued 



272 



^•^ •n>'»»»i« 



APPLICATION FOR REf^Ar V^; T/ilL 



"•J «»-»l(>. 






I rastport ,\a ''"■"•' '.o 

'• _ ■: ■ :^ zz:::-"- o^v.™, ^r" ■ -;"3fi-=-=- 

I .« n.,u™,„«, « . HU«„ „, U„ Un.M Su.^ ^„„ ^, "' "' ^^^ 
tourt of. 



never mon-irUi 

,fnafTi<M( on j 

f« lutunJixwl 1 . 
"17 Diitbauij la / a iwtiTe f Amaneao ritiira 

( u tlieo, • citiian of ?<XX 



My lft»J rwidenre ia 

ntrm 
I npreient the P.T?.?.?.'^.. resident 







* ^ mj^^vpHMioo 00 lb. 



-Je HirViy mimoimmmm, — 



J&ii..^ 




1*61 






i:^-///^/c\ 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 3 — Continued 



273 



6. : 

Servic- 



I havf read f'«d read to nt;) t!ie loreroine nueatlons and ansirers in the 
Innjuac'- ani I understand tr.elr contents. I s-ilcr.nly swear 

V:At tnt I-:?.. •:- -i-t'. ( y^^lar^a'.i-'!;.- ■-■■.■', \ ■■ ■,■ ir, t'.l.; -luyrM irn-'tirc nutjberini: 
f ■■ . . n arc true t-- 



(Ci. rjatxire of Applicant) 



SabaarlbMl aMl nen te barer* ■■ t la 10th (tajr «r Jtlr, 290. 

r5iitj>, Rldiard ". Siqrdar 

*" — *^^ Cwwul of tim 

OUtad SUtM of AMiriM 








Cadigan Exhibit No. 3 — Continued 



274 










Mk 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 3A 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 3A 



275 



jef/>// ZC JM£-UhJf 



.y^tAJ^ fr^ _.A/<Pt 









.^<<K-^,.-<(<^.^ '^^ v.^^ ^-^i*^ 







«yy^-C»i-^ 



.tf< 



.>^^-«. 









J.a^A, .jZm.^ 







ic-:,. 



-«^ ^<.w<^^ 



» <>^ l» » « « , 



«lj J>-^/ 



,r,^ 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 4 



276 









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./ 



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rr 



*^ 



/■ r Tfff 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 5 



277 



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^ 



^/•<// 



/ 



/ 






R 






Cadigan Exhibit No. 6 



278 




t'-6 I 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 7 



279 




Cadigan Exhibit No. 8 



280 



r 









.v^ jic^^^tAA^Jf^ ^^«^.*»a*4^ *y??j;c»U££. ^^^i^ .*^-t**-e «.- — 
fc^./^. ♦^ -;3r:;o >a^ c4^-c^ .,.i^ "^^'^ "^^ ^^' C.i/^t>-..--<^ 






~ 3-T) 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 9 



9.81 



aL0O^.^Z^ -^t**» ^««^..^^S*? ^c,^^.^ui..»^*■'^ 



MdNTva lunulas 10 



Cadiqan Exhibit No. 9 — Continued 



282 



(PLEASE TTPE OR PRINT) 



D^JlMENT OF STATE 

PASSPOWT APPLICATION 

i8»*Qrm C»i»v'»""9 •*"» *Pp''COf»Ofl, f^aod in*OnT.o»,Oft for Poi 



PART ( ■ TO BE COMPLETED »Y ALL APPLIC 



^""~' 



of tha uAr«d Stst«t. do Swoby opply »o fho Doportm^wl ol Stoto tor a po»»po<i 



"As'" 



///9Al^^y ?''Si''0'yc^ 



/"r. ^cx 30<r^/ 



,... /i<r,x' i^/iVeV^c //^ 



A'/ '^ ,/^^'>9 



"T . 



^'c-A. ^■>/e/<^//^^ ^ X >? 



>d^- 



^^■^ / 



E OlSTINaUISHlHG MAIIK5 



(^cy- 7^9/^ 



iiii^^su m'ji^'^ad.k:. 



(Pa»ft»o*t Offieo U«« Onty) 

n 9 2 5 2 c 

issue: 

juN ?^ '63 

h. *• iRLi tSS.LA. 

[E [5 (S S 



/? 






PE*U>MS TO BE mCLUOEO IN. 



^ 



I' 

z 



TKla McHttM to bo coMp/oto^ a 



ffxc'wrfo photofro^fc 'Ihoi 



E'SI (HUSaANO*tl PULL LCOAL NAMC 



tVIPE-SI (HUtSAMO'Sl LAST 




...^....4- 



JUN-ZJ4-63 60CCC14 L.«:..rri 

(Poxpon OHIc. U>« Only) 

JUN-2iii5 6CGG0^ L, .,: .; 



;:s-o».i. 



(OVER rOU MUST (XHPLETE PACE Jl 



9.)0 



1.(0 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 10 



283 



CART I ■ ( mm U mut i ) 



/^c ^/?^/.^s^ A'^-^"^ 



ncirt IIAIMN a»ME 



^ 



A^oi.^^/^-^^ 



«»•» oATt or 



xT^-T 



, I «A» NCVCR MAMWICD 



^^n /'^(°^ 



mm 



/^^ 



ta 1. CITIII. 

t IHOT U •- CITItn 



/>?/^>->x^ /'A'^JJyf/f^/C^ 



/^/jx^Ai&ye^ CSS/ 



,77^y X ^;^. /^^X 



CI WW '• ' 



CI 






IMNATCO aV lOCATHI 



t 



»Mvt6m ii*i>w*At UtMfi^AVio tV ipfcATHV foiv6i>cki 



(3 FCMtntn MusaAMO o« Wirt «as u. 



rOIITM PACTS I 



FKOrOSCO TRAVEL PLANS 



TRAvSLma Kv bficAmiKOTftoiit 



IrJ^o 



«>«T or dk^ahturc 



A/^? ic/ (P/fk'/^A, c. 



lAiW O* »MP 0« AMUMf 



/ X/iro >L / >v^ 



*M»W>ltTAT»OM 



«^' 



FFori 



AP^kOxIMATK OATrbr Ot^AMTUAl 



^un^otc or tm» 



7i:>u/t>'sf 



»IIO^OMD LKN«TN 0» IT A 



J me/vs - / y/f. 



LIST CACH COU 






I TM (VIKT «« BCATM OH 



/ ////f^ /^rX/f^TT y^^AT- 



^f:^ /^yf<^^<^>i^ ^/~ 



^ 6' f^ » p' i ^ 3^/ A ^^^ yu 



I bsTC oot (Mid DO oibc* person id be iacluded m thr passfMn hsi), since scquino^ UaitcJ S<Mrs citizen ship, been asturslixed as 
a dtiam of a forcics sc«tc; taceo ao oatfa oc tnade an affiroaiioa ot other fermal declarauoo of allejtiancc to s foreign >tat<, entered oi 
acrred ia the acaed fotces of a forei^ scaie; accqxcd ot performed tkc ducira oi any office, pot. ot employneni uadct ctr govenuseoi 
of a foceiyo state or potibcal aolKlinaioo dkcreof; voted in a Dotitica] elecdon in s forei^ state oi participated lo an electioo or pJebi- 
sciteto drcctKineche •ovcreigacv over foreign territory. tnaJc « fooaal renunciacioo of oauooalitv either lo thr United State* ot before a 
dipJomaxic ot conaulax officer ol the United Scates in a r->rei(a statr. cvei sought or claimed the benefits of the aaciooaJitr of aey for*i(D 
aeace; besn coovicted by a coon or court aartial of co(B:>etent juriadiction of committing any act of treaaoa against, or anaai^iag by force 
to OTcrthrow, or beating anas aaaiosi, the United States, or conspiring u overthrow, pot down or to destroy by force, the Goveraaieot of 
the United States or departed nooi or remained outside of tbe jiuisi^ctioo of the Uoiced States for ihe fvuipose of evadiog ( 
traiaiAg aod armce 



I the militaiY. 



TaJ forces of the United States, dod I 






Xng aod _ _ . , 

of 12 full caieodat mootfas preceding the date of this a^licatioo (aod no other person to be lacladed in the passport i 
■ c disriog tbe said pcrio^O'* aember of any ornoizacion registered or ra^red ta register as a Coaaoniai organiKat 
*-■ A... ^ . . . — r j^ (JOU.SC 786)» 



•I die Subversive Activitiea Cootrol Act of 1950. as 

(tfoMT »f <A< a*ov«-n«a<i«n«W oelj or coaWiiioa* have b» 
€im4«4 im Ue ^tm^on. tht p«r((oa wkick ap^io tkomld i< tux 
tfaa; hj tk9 ftrtom to v4«« (*« parUam it ifflie^kU Bko»id 4« 

1 si^eauJy wew (or a/firm) tfaac the Btac«Be«»9 made oo all tbe p^es of this appli^ 
ia a Ukaacaa of mm »md e4 tboa* pcrai 



ndei Secti< 



t pmtformtd fc> or apply to lA« app/iraat, ot to omj oik* 
k oal, oni a supplmmtmtAry txploHOtorj ttMtmtmt umde 
ttoektd 9»4 MoWt a pmri of tkit eppUcoliom./ 



> be included in die pmiMpon. 

OATH OF ALLICIANCC 



r and thai the photogrsyHb attached 



Fottbct, I <b aoleAaly nreajr (ot alfini) tfaK 1 will su(:^>ort aad defend the CZonatienctoo of the United Statca agaiaac all 
foreign m4 dbiBcscic: that! will bear tnie faith and allegiance * .... 



fid that I take this obligaiioo freely, 






Sabacribed mi awm W(iii£u<<it Eefer* ocOiiii^ 



(SEAL OF COUKT) 

a** of the 




Cadigan Exhibit Ko. 10 — Continued 



284 






dCNtS 



I I 

■ n S. Postal Money Order 

\m.^\.t T H I R T «LLAR8 



PAY THIS 
AMOUNT 



2,202,130,462 



■- 

PAY TO 



PURCHASER-FILL IN INFORMATION BELOW 



FROM 



IF 

COD. 

ENTtR 

NO 
HERC^ 



Wm fUKCHASt* S NAMt \_ '•^^^ jts^ , . • 



DO NOT 
CASH IF 
LTERED 



PUtCHASEI S~STREET AOO 



P.O , Spy D'f/s" ^ 



^ l,'^sit!^^t«•<:t ^'■**V I 



PURCHASERS CIIY AND STATE /fy ^ 



DO NOT FOLD, STAPLE, SPINDLE 






OR MUTJlATE ^*^^~^^' 




Cadigan Exhibit No. 11 




^ LABOKATORT k 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 12 



285 



For feme OMo* t/w OnJy 
ENTCRCO IN DIRECTOAY 



INITIALS OF CIXIIK 



INITIALS or CAmtlER 



ye^^ 



<i^P-P 5^ 



THE rOLLOWINO MUST MB COMfLBTBD AMD SIONBD BBTORB f O BOX IS ASSIOIfBD 
OCLIVCR MAIL IN ACCXWOANCC WITH IIOTRUpTIOMS CHECKED lEUOW 

□ ALL EXCEPT SPECIAL \^ AU. IMCLUOINC SPECIAL 

DELIVERY IN lOX iLj DELIVERY IN KX 

□ OTHER INSTRUCTKJW / \ 

(Xap/ain) 

SKCIAL OCUVCRY MAIL ONLY (XMircr M ofMOikVrf bWcHp) 

r~l OOJVai TO UXAL RESIDENCE AT Qj DOJVER TO LOCAL BUSINESS ADDRESS AT 



iffo., ttt—t, mnd aonm)~ 



iNo., mtfmt, mnd »onm) 



I 



□ 



/^'Oc^ 



ySignsturm ot mpplic^nt) 



APPLICATION FOR POST OFFICE BOX 



«OVnHMMT miHTIM amCS l* — 474M-T 



iwi ^^ ^J^ M tJiUwMlNiwiltfllrti^ II *^m I 



m 



FOR 

P06T OFFICE 

USCOMLY 



'K^.HU9S» 



I DATE KX OPENED I DATE BOX CLO^|j4l lOX NO 



/■\' 



ATfUCAMT PLBASM MOTE: CMnp^rran o/ thJi applioation ugniB— rout wiUingn—m to comply with mil poalal 
'ttirm to thm niMng and uw ot ro»t OtRom bo*—. 



'AfPUCAlHE0%^i^««^|K)l^ 



^££/y(nSc^^/<^ 



I nus or FUtM on CORKIMTIOH (// bta it natil tot umol oithor) 



t*l 



KMOOf Msacss 



'Js 



HSacSS ADDRESS (Wo., »tnmt, mttd «aiM) 



HOME ADDRESS (Wo., ttroot, mnd i 



rr 



•urTof apwjcant ^4, *» 



SWHATURCOF APfpCANT 



1 



CANT 4^ <, i,~ ^XK^ 

7^ 




^L 



DATE OF APPLICATWH 



--^/ / yy^^ 



Cadiqan Exhibit No. 13 



286 



CHANGE OF ADDRESS ORDEt 



THIS c»oe« WIOVIOM* P 

FIRST-QASS MAIL H 
WA«OING OF AU ^ 
UNLESS VOU on TMi 





INC OP jGfVE- 
^^JlMENTAL 
HEALTf- 



AMD MAQAUNB 



D 



MDIvntlM. 
ONLY 






wmstMK* 

mm. (QIVE DAfC) 



FUND 




mmammmm or qhk ot < 



PAwmmmo 



'Wm 



— Il l r ■ II 1 1 II I! I i i tlmm ■ > 






COm£m OTHEH SlOf 




»«OVM 



NOi AHO STWfT^n NO . 0« K»e^ O MO (<n <|^ e^ 



A O. SOX SI 9/S^-' iy J, 

HOUM NO AND SIWCT.^Pt MO . 0« tOl Ot »^u#40 ffci co»» oP) 



OT» ZONI AND ST ATI 



a/*^ ^ V 



QOMHtn Omft SNX 






ot ogcM, OTcf 







OIK> e»»— !•— 7>»lT-« 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 14 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 20 



287 



SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

NOTICE OF CLASSIFICATION 



/■* 



Approval not required 



(First name' 



I Middle name I 



(I,ai« nsr.if 



as 



Selective Service No. ( *"^| j -^^r \ [^ [7^ 

been classified in Class ff ..^ . ;UntiI ..T 

19- )by n Loc^ Board Q Appca(^Board, 

P President 

. 19 - ii._. 



by vote of to 

(Show vote on appeal board oaae* only 



' Date of mailinc 



(Member or clerk of ,oc.'l hoardi 



frnt .. ° """"' ", "P"" "q""* 'O authorised oftui™ t^ ,u, 

render ., ,o your ^..mmindmg ,.*ie, upon entering (he .rmed (..r.e, 

.h/rT/,'" "<)""'' vou t.. notify y,.ur l.xil bojrd in mr.t.ng III of every 

S. .h;n^"t?ur''\r,t^T:'t:'.r ""-' "' '•" ■" •*>" '«• ""-'^ 

FOR ADVICf. Sffc YOl R OOVFRNMFNT APPEAL AGENT 




Cadiqan Exhibit No. 15 



288 



COUMOFCYES 

COMPLIXION .tjfe^,. 
HEIGHT FT. 






tOLOK OF HAM 



IN. 



WEIGHT 



(LOCAL KMRD STAMP) 

THE LAW REQUIRES YOU TO HAVE THIS CERTIFICATE IN YOUR PERSONAL POSSESSION 
AT ALL TIMES FOR IDENTIFICATION AND TO NOTIFY YOUR LOCAL BOARD OF ANY 
CHANGE OF ADDRESS. gpo . ,^_o-3816«8 



s:»f»|llfif}j};.;.i,^j,;^.j.i.t,rrt^j,;rtj»»*»i»is;;:»l»|j,(t*i;f!t»l«:i;>-!*: 



D-207 

4 — LABORATORY a. 




«>tM4«H#i I ■■■■ I mm9^>»**m 



PERIOD OF ACTIVE DUTY 



FROM 



J 9 



TO 



■■«*>ir*»-' 'T' ^.^ 



SfONAT^RK OF INDIVIDUAL 




// found, drop in mmil , 
to.- CamwtamUmt of UW M 



{Typtd nume and §rtde) 



OGm), Wmkinalim u n n 



(CodaPOK), Wm»k4m0on'uTD!c. 



Oadigan Exhibit No. 16 



289 



iJ/.AtAA^A.vfv.A^A 



CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE 

ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES 




THIS IS TOCERIIFY THAT 
HONORABLY SERVED ON ACTIVE DUTY IN THE 

lanited States Marine Corps 



DP FORM 217 MC 1 JAN 51 



D-?06 



^ „ LABORATORT 






-"'I? 



mm 



Ail 



tmmmm 

SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

NOTICE OF CLASSIFICATION 

AI^SK 

< Firat name' 

Selective Service No. 
been claasified in Class 

\%^. l^by n Local Board 

by vote if _ to 



«Hd 



Approval not requirec 



Miadie name I 



has 



„ - ^Untii 

CH Appeal Board, 
□ President 




i^ tShow vote on appeal board oaae* only > 

19 -. 



(Member or cl*rk of .ocl bonrU) 



TA» Itui tt^mittt jou. laiifrt lo htsij ptmslty [ot ^/oiMiom to cirry 
nil notice, in addition to your Registration Certihcatt on yt^: pcrton 
«t ili times— to exhibit it upon request to authorized otticial^^ lo lur- 
render it to your cotnmaading o*i.et upon enterinc 'he armed (onej. 

Thr li« requires rou to notify yi.u- local board in wntinjt ( It of ertry 
chanKt rn youf addreu. physita! vendition, and occupational. inarinL 
family dependency, and military status, and (2) of any other fact wfakft'* 
mi«ht .hange your clatsihcation / 

FOR ADVICE. SEE YOUR GOVERNMENT APPEAL AGENT' 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 17 



290 



J6f 



PERIOD OF ACTIVE DUTY 



FROM 



\ .. 



i • 



:95l 



TO 



n«Re 



,1^ 

%:;"^ 



; ' > » U* 



SfONA tllW e OF INOIViDUAL 



SIGNATURE 




( Typfd nmme and frtde) 



:>MCR 



// /ou$td, drop in mail 
li: Gfwtmandant of th€ M 



PM$m0€auarant$ed . 
> (Cod* DGK), Wa»kin§ton t5, D. 



IBIu^' 



D-2d6' 

._ LABORATORY 



fi I 



COI.OR OFCYES . COLOR OF HAIR 



W KSQUIflES YOU TO H4 
TtMIS rOR IDENTIFICAT 
OF ADDACSS. 




■« 




'-JiK- 



CERTIFICATE 
TO NOTI 




yOUR PERSONAL POS 
R LOCAL BOARD OF 



<iP0.195»— 0-38168* 




Gadigan Exhibit No. 18 



291 



SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

NOTICE or CLASSIFICATION 



^p^^.'^al not rrquilcd 



Lee 



Harvey 



Selective Service No. LJ^ llil 
been classified in Class IV—A 

19-- : by QD IWP Board 

by vote of , yM 



19 



TAr law 'tquirn you. lubfttt to htaty ptmalty 
this notice, in addition to your Kcf(i«tration f ert. 
at all times to exhibit it upxin reijue»t to 
render it to your (ommandinf; ntfiicr urv>n 

The Uw requires vou to notify your locaF'hoard 
ihanite m your adiircss. physua! (i.iijitior, . and 
family. Jcptndency. and military statu* and (■? • • 
mifjht (tian^t your liassihiation. 

FOR ADVICE. SHE YOUR GOVERNMENT 





on. to carry 
ur person 

to SUf 
fori e*. 



.latc. 

the ar 
n writing: (1 I of every 
occupational, marital, 
I jnv .(her f*vt which 

At"'KAi_Ag6NT^.. 



Selective Service SyKem 



- iD Xc i3 toxiiri 3?yrircr"Ko7 

Selective Service Sy 



ate(k^ 



300 W. Vick^Ty, l.^.. 2227 
Fort Worth 4. Ic:ma 



IxxAL Board Sr^M^> 
OFFK lAL Bl SINFSS 



Lee Hapsre 
31 



Cadigan Exhibit No. 19 



292 






«k 


SELECTIVE SCnwiCE SYSTEM , \, t ■■' .1 ■>■' ;,:•• 




n 


NOTICE or CLAfflinCATIONfl ^J^k 


„i 


1 


f^^^^^ffUPl^jm ^ ■^"^ 


3 


h 






> 


p 


MWt *t>V« 1 s»* V(M R t^lVINNMFNI AFP^AI AijINl 


y 





Cadigan Exhibit No. 20 



293 



TEXA<; LOCAL BOMH) NO 


114 


SK -W' , 


■■.:,, ci sYc; 


V 


RV 






iOR 







TMf LAW RCOomtS TOU TO M«VI TM.i CtBIlflClTl IN rOUR n»SO"<«L POSM'. 
«T AIL TIMS fOt< 10tNTiriC»T(ON «N0 To SOTlf T rOUR LOCAL BOAnO 01 
CMANCI Of ADO«E»S tvg ,m O M'M« 



'^-.'^ Varm N*. S 



\\ 



Si'. 



Vil 



stL'c. n\i btK.ii t. 5T^,, M 
HCCICTMATION CENTiriCATE 

Lee H-irvey 



KTIVI it»VKl ^« 

05WA LD 



SELECTIVE SERVICE NO 



Q 



S HUOIMI »T MCISIMTIOH 



3irl; *est 



t ^th si,' 



LSS 



Kort A^orth 7 T-^rrant ^ex. 



N^ WAS DULY REGISTERED ON THE "* 0*Y 9f ^^P^ * " '^ 




-"■■*"■ 



IflHUftflBi 



CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE 

ANMEO FOMCeS 0*^ THE UNITED STATES 



9 



7MIS IS TO CCXTIFV TNAT 

LB lARISI QMMU 169)290 

MOMO^ABLY SCnveO ON ACTIVC OUT y IN THE 

9 lantei S^tti fUmm Carpi 




^ 



24 Qvtoter 1996 



" I lllilHi^ ii IW 

■•■NAIWnEloF INOIVIOUAl. 7 7 "1 




Cadigan Exhibit No. 21 



294 



f.^f P.-^l Offuf Vff Only 
LNTERED IN DIRECTORY 



I". liALS Of CL 



INITIALS OF CARRIER BOjtJW. , / » 



THE FOLLOWiyO MUST BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BEFOK^^P O BOX IS ASSIGNED 



OlLMR,>»<fiL IN AlC.-iRDANCt WITH INSTRUCTIONS CHECKED BELOW 
rtL/arxCfPT -^PfCIAL f— I ALL INCLUDING SPECIAL 

IJrrtLIVXRY IN BOX l-J DELIVERY IN BOX 



'TKFP INrT«L,CTIONS 







ONLY MAIL ADDRESSED TO BOX IS TO BE PLACED IN IT. 
ALL OTHER MAIL TO BE DELIVERED AS AMWES5TO 



I M ' n.\J^>*>e^lVER TO LOCAL BUSINESS ADCRESf.AT 






je/iiix-fs whote maii 13 ff b^/ai ed inMox ) 



(Wo . •lre»f. and lol^)^^, 

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295 




INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF VACCINATION OR REVACCINATION AGAINST SMALLFOX 
CCiTIFICAT llfTCiNATIONAl OC VACaiUTtON M K RCVACOIUTtON CONTK U NitOU 



TSit it to certify th«t IF F OSWALH 

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dont la tignjiture suit ... 

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after the date of a successful primary vaccination or, in the event of a revrtccination. on the date of that 
revaccination. 

The approved stamp mentioned above must be in a form prescribed by the health administrat ion of the 
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Any amendment of thit certificate or erasure, or failure to complete any part of it. may render it 



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Caklin (Bruce Ray) Exhibit No. 2 



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Carlin (Bruce Ray) Exhibit No. 4 



305 



FD-302 (Rev. 3-3-S9) 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



Dale 11/27/63 



KAREN BEN'^fETT-KARLIK, also known as "Little Lynn", 
3809 Meadowbrook, Fort Worth, Texas ^ was interviewed at the 
Carousel Club, 1312^ Commerce Streets where she is employed 
as an exotic dancer. 

Mrs . KABLIN advised that three mouths ago she 
began dancing as an amateur; that she began thxs employment 
as she is pregnant and her common law husband, BRUCE KARLIN 
is unemployed. 

She stated that she last saw JACK RUBY at the 
Carousel Club on Thursday nighty November 21;, 1963. She 
did not talk to him at all the following day as the club 
was closed, however, she thought that the club would be 
open Saturday night so she wont to work only to find the 
club closed. She called RUBY as she did not have enough 
money for transportation back to her home in Fort Worth. 
She asked RUBY for enough money for transportation, and 
BUBY called the roan at the garage next door to his club 
and told hira to give her $5.00 which he did. She called 
RUBY again oa Sunday ^ JJoverober 24, 1963, at 10 or 10:30 a.m. 
as she needed mosaey to pay her rent. He told her that he 
would send her $25.00 fcr her rant by Western Union. At 
about one or ^wo p.m. on Sunday, November 24, 1963, Mrs. 
KARLIN called Western Union ic Fort Worth and was told that 
the money order was waitling in the 7/estern Union Office. Mrs. 
KARLIN accompanied by her husband, BRUCE, then went to 
Western Union in Fort Worth acd obtained the $25.00 which 
had been forwarded to KAREN BEW'NETT, in care of Western 
Union, Fort Worth, Texas. KAREN used her Texas driver's 
license as identification. 

At the time sht< talke^d with RUBY, Sunday morning, 
she asked him if the club was going to be open Sunday night. 
He became upset regarding this then talked harshly to her 
indicating that h© did not feel she was showing the proper 
respect toward the deceased President. She stated that 
during her telephone conversation he sounded vague and 
preoccupied. Mrs. KARLIN advised that she knows nothing 
of JACK RUBY'S social or private life; that he was 
thoughtful and respectful to her. 

Jx.No. 5318 CARLIN,K.B. 
Fort Worth 




Deposition- 
4-15-64 



11/26/63 ^^ Dallas, Texas 



File # 



DL 89=-43 
DL 44-1639 



Date dictated 11/27/63 



by Special Agent S JOSEPH G. PEGGS & ALVIN J. 
ZIMMERMAN /cv 

This documsnt ceotatna nalther racommcndaUons nor conclualons of the TBI. It la the property of the FBI and la loaned to 
rour aganey; It and Ita contenta are not to be dlatrlbuted outalda your agency. 



Cablin (Kaben B.) No. 5318 



306 



DL 89-43 
DL 44-1639 
JGP:AJZ:ov 

2 



Sh<9 was showa a photograph of LEE HARVEY OSWALD , and 
she 8.dvis©4 that hh was not kacwn to herj that he has never 
been in the Carous^al Club to heT knowledge. Shs advised that 
RUBY kdows many poliCMpeu but that she knows no particular 
ooli(.eman or newsman with whom h@ its friendly, 

Mrs. KARLIN pointed out that it Is very difficult 
ro identify anyone in the club from the stage due to the 
lighting arrangem'Aiats . 

She stated that she kn'^w a "LARRT" and that he 
worked at the Carousel Club for RUBY for a short time as a 
light operator. She described LARRY as white malep approxi= 
mately 23 years oldp sandy hairj, 5 '8" to 5°10"j slender build 
with four upper front teeth missing. She said that LARRY 
attempted to impress her by showing her a badge and telling 
her that he was a policeaaas. 

Cablin (Karen B.) No. 5318 — Continued 



307 



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♦•fall OWB aid e-«Mlf tera fro« Ootobor 1, 19M to Janwiiy 15, 198S; 
r«rtti«r that «m mOLi n\M.C b«> rofuueU tA pa«tlarer In V.u.#44, Bronx, 
•laeo iMUUvnr IBtb. l«ftS» vban u» »i«rv«« Into that •cbool uie'-wict an4 
MMv Mm tm» Biav m*Um.ima ««feool i»iao« that tliaa; furtbor Miat b« 1b 
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!•«« ■» »•• a«B or 40. *t tbe iiaa Mr. ■aiT«aF ««• on xm u.«u»«" ...■,.-. . 

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Cakko Exhibit No. 1 



308 



Supplementary Facts and Explanations 

Case #23979 

CHILD'S NAME OSWALD, Lee Harvey, bom 10/19/39, New Orleans, La. 

ADDRESS 825 East 179tli Street, Apt. 3-C, Bx. 

MOTHER: Marguerite (CLAVERIE) 

FATHER: Lee Harvey. 

NATURE OF PETITION: DELINQUENT CHILD 

Petitioner, James F. Brennan, Attendance Officer, D.O. 24, respectfully alleges that 
on March 11, 19.53 and prior thereto while residing at 82.5 East 179th Street, in that 
the petitioner alleges that the respondent herein has been excessively absent from 
school as follows : 46full days and 8 half days from October 1. 1952 to January 15, 
1953; further that the said child has refused to register in P.S.#44, Bronx, since 
January loth, 1963, when he moved into that school district and that he has not 
attended school since that time ; further that he is beyond the control of his mother 
insofar as school attendance is concerned. 

Court Action : 3/12/53. JUSTICE DELANY PRESIDING. 

ATTENDANCE OFFICER, MOTHER BEFORE THE COURT. 

MRS. OSWALD REPPORTED THAT THE BOY REFUSED TO ATTEND COURT. 
WARRANT WAS ISSUED TO BE EXECUTED ON 3/19/53. 

3/19/53. WARRANT TO BE EXECUTED. 

4/16/53. Court Action; JUSTICE DELANY PRESIDING. ATTENDANCE OF- 
FICER, MR. BRENNAN OF D.0# 24, MRS. OSWALD ON LEAVE BEFORE THE 
COURT. THE HEARING WAS HELD. HIS HONOR MADE A FINDING OF 
SCHOOL TRUANT. LEE WAS REMANDED TO YOUTH HOUSE UNTIL 5/7/53. 
FOR PSYCHIATRIC STUDY. 

PREVIOUS COURT RECORD: None. 

FAMILY HISTORY: Family history was related to the P.O. by Mrs. Oswald who 
was interviewed in our office 4/21/53. 

Mother, Marguerite Oswald nee Claverie, a widow, was bom and raised in New 
Orleans, La. where she obtained 2nd year high school education. Mrs. Oswald is at 
present 45 years of age. She is of the Lutheran faith, in 1945, the family went to 
Fort Worth, Texas to live, and subsequently came to N.Y.C. in August of 1952 where 
the family have resided since. Mrs. Oswald stated that she came to NY at the 
invitation of her oldest son, John, who is in the U.S. Coast Guards, stationed at S.I. 
NY. She and Lee lived with John and his wife in their Manhattan apartment for 
about a month, but moved out when some friction developed. At the present time, 
Mrs. Oswald is employed at Martin' Dept. Store, Bklyn, NY earning $45 per week. 
She works five days a week, being off on Weds and Sundays. The hours are from 
9 :45 A.M. to 6 P.M. Mrs. Oswald states she generally leaves home about 8.15 A. M. and 
returns at 7.15 PM. 

Father, Robert Lee Harvey, died in 1939 of a heart attack.Mr.Harvey was bom 
and raised in New Orleans, where he attained a high school education. He died at 
the age of 45. At the time Mr. Harvey was an insurance agent. 

The Oswalds were married on 7/19/29. Out of this vmion, the first for each party, 
were bom three children. They are as follows : 

John, 21 years of age, presently U.S. Coast Guards, stationed in S.I. John is 

married and has one child. Family reside here in N.Y.C. 
Robert, 19, presently in the U.S. Marine. 
Lee, 13, presently before the court. 

Mrs. Oswald described the relationship with her son, Lee, as being a good one. The 
boy is described as being no problem at home. According to the mother there has 
been no institutionalization in the family and ethical and moral standards in the 
home appear good.All members of the family are in good health. 

HOME AND NEIGHBORHOOD: Family reside in a residential area of the Bronx. 
The neighborhood is one of middle-income family, having adequate housing. De- 
linquency rate in this area is low. There are adequate recreational facilities nearby. 

Caeeo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



309 



CA^>4>C307« 



OMMld, Lu«. 



|i«e ft^Jf- ?■ "■- ^'^^tr fU'* MnipOfwld Mlo^f Iti a studio coaoli 
I la %te HrfiiriRiCto. W ^m« raM,% ijy^Tgr vrBMB-Sw-c- T*ir> fact 

that llra.««^l tir «HBS<Qn3ralid BO •n^«0g^«e««« muU be Ka4e o rial* 
' tlM hom. Ho^eivB':, !!• A.O bM pMvi'ilMljr «Ulto4 t)ia huM uaA UoMril 

; it «• boli^T'tt •l««ii oia luvoxr rurm—ra nuiM* 
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I !«• 1* rMcl«t«iiid at F.8.#*11T, claaa V>10» 
boox l» laat «^a M a»«» ^»— *»>♦ imT«u xrva ""ezaa la 
8«^» tte ¥oy a*:tflQ(lad • fcitoataut »ai-oehlal Snhnol md tlien tranaTari 
to y,8,fllft Bt« A« F^.M7 ^ita^toy kad a af-snoanea of Miner nbaeat 
«c wnoxo uwrft aa4 wo half uojr»,iiTi« Odt* i, xw«»^. t,<- ^mi. la, i»r. , ■^n^^ 
(Ooy-oe transramw at that. *Amm to P^.A4 but ha refuaea to a-.t-^-na. 
iLoe haa not at'cniied acho 1 slac-o tkat tUM* 



Pirr.Tr.Tor:..; A^JlXKriom t Laa is a^XatltfUWi. "a wfta oaytlzed a' tha 

It He ran lajutU* ac ..w^ •s-m.«naa, i^.. In H. ▼, li»;'^9, LeT haa 
■ot Mflda bia CoHMBloa nor Ooof izaation. KiH.Oavald inuicatad tlMt 
ana anu 4<ra ao ot "o to hiitkhcv ^i«r7noa, aa thay have b r. 5n T'.^. 
a aaort tina and ao at known any uhurchaa cr ooii»jr« <iat. : ;nij .ie!i • ,. . 

: Iv r^HS yUTOggCIAL jprTOKi^;: ; Lee v>aa int. . tI wod oy 
•toy Inalcatud thi t ho cL«o net b. loi. ; ♦^o 'uy 
Oi>-nn3ze. sroup or pa:t ' akliii? in nny orjir-ea (ici'vav./. ut, ^oy 

. -«.*., ««i gonoaXly ^ta up'ut 9 A.«!.Uiia watolica V i , .. .o'ldu 
nyc until 3- 4 ?,K. ih tiia af..riiO n. Ma i»*l<;atv.u m. t in, ..l.i 
flow anybody - d haaea o a not -o ut tc ♦'Iny, i,» boy aat^eu 'imI 
ua MViucai j^v.o «u^ iiou arayj n.Jiie i.uo, wi • nu i:. . h- nxXy (.ca.l 
< aowno'nira la *i:oa oa «oob doan n or an.«o U'lt not to ] 
Ha InUioatcU chat he , Coxi>c ^-Ij c^ laetcd tstii a. tut v- la n touLliun 

-h« l>oy atataa he uoed'to hovo a booby of - Idlnr cloy, l •.. ^;n<? 
a^anipa out he uo«" i.oo uu an ..ii»o«>..j, .-le xa u ».v.«,w<i.4. . n, *^,.o^ t.o 
oncic rlaln*> "na boy ata'-os? i ilka to ba uy «y-.eli" rmu -o -...inga oy 
ny:>olf." 



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iioiT.ul bir'h anu bad Mio •di'\tC oiilali Cu il.n-^b' 
• leh oon.^latad of the •a^Bl"., etiftftkon ox, ntoiva niw ■•.' ,. .inj- e^u -L. 
The ooy hod j mastoid' r.rw. o- , n «•■ ou u« . .i I) ».»« n oi'.i o, . :.«i < .- :. 
hi tory r onuri; la. ^.09 bau neror baun ov ) t -c in Miy ;> -Ic .» u !>.' .1 
■Z ncr ha^ he ha>.: nny Hariotia ilina^aa. i.i- i-oy i;;-'> •fji.rd •'. I»o f> ,1 
boy r BOival nantal and nhy^l nl <la*olo 1-^- . 



?nri :r: 's 3 a-? — ^: •**o'' :! ture of t tjt.i.n.- . 

-It Loa , «i[\: la *. " /f /«)»< < » . 
I ooy or B^orane aoljli* anu «*9}-<»M» ^r^ *mu T>lei m.. 
I thou''^. wl'harMm to hJrui lf» Uur!n«: the •.:i- < j»vi(w th- rty 
wan one or nairi'ei'nnco. nn bau re or \o :u a i>ir-i«j< ., 



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\ t o nucU c.f IB:/ rjio. I^e*ul4 be uoin^ ...thoi- t.i.;j-t., -]'i • .na 

uiiM ADoKiag au ;^..ailna8. He fnrthur inuieutod, " I i.^u' ._k,. :jcti.. 
It* a tOw Jiord taijo, I mt jiot rtblo to do tlm work." 

iX^a told th<j P.O. bv did not like t.'4« taaCi.ertt, th« acb. wl.i o-'tha 
|ahlld.-on in ajihool. Urn atatad. • T like ■yacli'.* Whon l-y, in uirad 
. Jaa to bia rala>>i(4iabj.p wita ma n^vner, t;u« uv«y atatad" wal 1 I *Ta 
^ l*rot to livu vitti Uar. I guaaa I lofTa hui-.« 

I flia boy tol4 tlia VO thot ha hod tr>o anob t. „, 

and hoBoa b* I^m to bt «o niaaair. wtOB&aataa -t 
v|,^» ^i«« aJo^. 

fTM BO'obwei^ad tbat the a«v la aonawhat *hm^ />.. ..^m 
iMaatitrf %« U«(f%^ttlo*cupaait/ for •oapb'ohanaioa. 



Careo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



310 



CASE#23979 - 2 - Oswald, Lee. 

HOME AND NEIGHBORHOOD (CONT.) Mrs. Oswald occupies a three room 
xxxxxxxx fiunishecl apartment consiting of one bedroom, parlor and a kitchen. Lee 
sleeps in the bedroom and Mrs. Oswald sleeps in a studio couch in the living room. 
PO was unable to visit the home due to the fact that Mrs. Oswald is employed and no 
arrangements could be made to visit the home. However, the A.O. had previously 
visited the home and described it as being a clean and nicely furnished home. 

SCHOOL RECORD : Lee is registered at P.S.#117, class 7-10. This is the school 
he last attended. Upon his arrival from Texas in Sept. the boy attended a Protestant 
Parochial School and then transferred to P.S.#117, Bx. At P.S.$47 the boy had a 
attendance of being absent 48 whole days and two half days, from Oct. 1, 1952 to 
Jan. 15, 1953. The boy was transferred at that time to P.S.#44 but he refused to 
attend. Lee has not attended school since that time. 

RELIGIOUS AFFILIATIONS : Lee is a Lutheran. He was baptized at the Trinity 
Lutheran Church at New Orleans, La., in Nov. 1939. They has not made his Com- 
munion nor Confirmation. Mrs. Oswald indicated that she and Lee do not go to 
Sunday Service, as they have been in N.Y. a short time and do not known any 
churches or congregations nearby. 

LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES AND SPECIAL INTERESTS : Lee was interviewed 
by the PO 4/23/53. The boy indicated that he does not belong to any ogranized group 
or part taking in any organized activity. The boy states that he generally gets up 
at 9 A.M. and watches TV and reads magazines until 3- 4 P.M. in the afternoon. He 
indicated that he did not know anybody and hence did not go out to play. The boy 
states that he seldom goes out and stays home most of the time. The only occasion 
for his going downstairs is when he goes down on errands but not to play. He 
indicated that he formerly collected stamps. He was a footballfan. The boy states 
he used to have a hobby of molding clay, collecting stamps but he does not do so any- 
more. He is a football fan, likes horse back riding. The boy states, "I like to be 
by myself and do things by myself." 

MENTAL AND PHYSICAL CONDITION : Lee is a boy of average height and weight. 
The boy had a normal birth and had the usual childhood illnesses which consisted 
of the measles, chicken pox, mumps and whooping cough. The boy had a mastoid 
operation when he was 5 years of age. There is no history of enuresis. Lee has 
never been involved in any serious accidents xx nor has he had any serious illnesses. 
The boy impressed the PO of a boy of normal mental and physical development. 

PETITIONER'S STATEMENT : "see Nature of Petition." 

CHILD'S \^RSION AND ATTITUDE : Lee, quiet boy was interWewed by the P.O. 
He is a boy of average height and weight. Lee was pleasant and friendly though 
withdrawn to himself. During the interview the boy's expression was one of indif- 
ference. He had more or less of a blank expression registered little enthusiasm nor 
emotions. When questioned, he generally answers aflSrmatively by saying " I gess 
so.He tried to evade an impression of unconcern as to what had taken place. 

The boy admitted the allegations of the petition. When questioned regarding his 
staying out of school, the boy states, "it take up too much of my time. I could be 
doing other things, playing around and looking at magazines. He further indicated, 
" I don't like school. It's too hard to do, I am not able to do the work." 

Lee told the P.O he did not like the teachers, the school nor the children in school. 
He stated, "I like myself." When PO inquired as to his relationship with his mother, 
the boy stated" we 111 I've got to live with her. I guess I love her." 

The boy told the PO that he had too much difficulty making friends and hence he 
likes to be to himself. He indicated that he had more fun being alone. 

The PO observed that the boy is somewhat shallow and seems to be immature to 
have little capacity for comprehension. 

Oareo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



311 



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SrilM^ftTftM^W triSugVlMi l^ IHPU^^TC Uiloatu4 that h* Old 



n6t '■!•• "nXB-MDrtter 



not Bxa* ivxB ivi«a«r« ^ 



found 
to Ua 



P.O, DOtlMd ttaat*tKla b'«* mmmm to baT* no drlva. HO arbtM jn. ho 
1 m»^M td ^o opntoot i«l«b aerelr iwit Iitibk. in c>vr 4iaci?««&. n with 
t«;in« a««i «o rtsrsrior^l^ taoi. , 

>^,0Mmld «M IntoiTicoa by tho PO 

; •• an int.j-llgont", wo 1- 
backsx^'imU. 

It is Mi-a.OviUM* b^i«f thot tho iNnr'a d&fflcilty areea froa tha fact 
^tfcati'lli Nw yltf'JUi'M^ •toX4 tP^otLt too eUcuv^ou in }:i» ea^iruimcnt. . i>ho 
d«o«ril)«a'k£pia Hwoya balnv'fi *£oaaif*^ Ho wauld tfone.a xy Iny fii.u:i«.' 
juM M wwya jOMMd oia Qo w^uld.plaqf with toaa* At auuwux nv ma^ 
ke^aia of tiM hoyihal » to»i|t. Ij ^'a*— , aho atatoa. tha fui- 1 Iv Jwii a 
ijlhnita wit 'd* TSfdA a dog, Mid tba ooy would ($et' alodt; I'in . 11 - ^in N.'^. 
If fUy 'Oi wu iti r dn ■poignant and there la nutJiioe tor t «i*U>y t;u uu« 
1le««tavaIA. dooorlbed tiM boy aa iiiti«voxika the boy who Laa dirfioult:' 
*{ la "UTTlig vvAWBoanxpa •« no aaoo no- arriir p to iaivioto nay* <kjnorally 

!•• «i|lt«A f«r tiw.ohlldraa«to make oTairtiuraa to hia. r.dga uiug tho 
UMOf^ awauwA ••»«f)u«aaa^ vno Muiuex' atatoti cnuv u« ^.^a blAcyu un 
UTorafto atodoat la aoiwol* He likes aohool and aoua to n ' ono i-eg^iiarly 
n^uw «>-«.^-. .••^5^—— mua boy noTing '.o a dirfercnt con»»mlty auu UelnK 
■'blaeod in tlrr^Jl«t»,gf.dlfrorant nationalitiea nnu o.'X)WMca apruM.out 
eoaditiona, haiino4 ttT^Hot on tJ<o boy, thut he haa rerr<.>M)d iatu a 
itfioll. Mra.OavaM-^adieatod abe reoofoaisoti the wuy.u i,L-^uj.'*^ wuv wo^ 
{xxttxa sbOMK do* She aeatlui«d to tb* PO that t ie ranlly ro.wi'ly 
ed tlia Ur"aw r"»Tt"t£Hjr ofa lioike.and that the byy uiiu \<u u^-t^^uioi-a at 
OMI Be pxay Witbiv iMi^awr Auu^wated timr sh« haa a iioao '.ii hxis. >>' 
Jw t)lan*Jks~ibIl« M T^o«'Q* ahe la in no rinonciol comiti n to ro- 
^»o Toxaa* 'i'bp bay h«aao othax^ faaily ^hpi<e to yOxja h« im "o. 

• |f«««'0a««lA b«^i«Vfb {bo pro:)oat attitudo of iadifroreace tmUlack of 
onoarn ia.aBo:»f AofilBM She attrlbytoa hla tfoarx r to cm.i; or 
aasa a«oioue«B« oawiTxor or growiac up p«la»» The .lotjtar w>int out ti.»- 

... ^* .. _^- tm — ^ — ^ :'and Conooujv-u anu the bc-y 

LXd.aa bo«<iui)9 rf ,ia 



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ilgjibopllbod aoo'uu to ha noro or 
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lie ^.iTfbl'Mt thoK the by ntia little 

to aupei'viuic'i. 
iii'..i ^-ho oUild 
a uio aitvatisa arlao whorv t'liu uelioTo thfi' 
m—^mxfi bho ioaicated thu siie v; old 
', tfeb oeurt any UbTo. 



mcus.4 j amBt ndnan t otiim |iwri<irit.'(oiaTorio)Wio»*«john 

' ^tf «arvl»« Soolaty, roally Diva fllOOM l/ie/5S« 



Carbo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



312 



OSWALD, Lee - 3 - #23979 

CHILD'S VERSION AND ATTITUDE : ( (X)NT. ) 

Lee indicated that he would like to go into the service when he is 18. He told the 
P.O. that he has two brothers in the service, but he does not miss them. The boy 
states that he liked school in Texas but as he got older he fould that he had other 
things he wanted to do. The boy would not enumerate other things he had to do 
except that he had a lot of things. Questioned as to his aim in life in what he wanted 
to do, the boy replied, "I want to let me xxxx go home and be by myself. PO inquired 
of Lee as to whether he would return home, whether he would attend school. The boy 
replied," I have a choice betAveen going to school here between going to school or in 
an institution. 'Does it matter? O.K. I go to school here. Lee stated that while he 
liked Youth House he miss the freedom of doing what he wanted. He indicated tliat 
he did not miss his mother. 

The PO discussed living in N.Y. with Lee. Lee indicated that he found N.Y. all right 
to live in. He indicated that it was immaterial to him as to where he live. 

P.O. noticed that this boy seems to have no drive, no ambition, he seems to be content 
with merely just living. In our discussion with the boy, nothing seem to register 
with him. 

PARENTAL VERSION AND ATTITUDE : Mrs. Oswald was interviewed by the PO 
on this date. Mrs. Oswald impressed the PO xxx as an intelligent, well-meaning 
middle-aged woman, good education and background. 

It is Mrs. Oswald' belief that the boy's difficulty stems from the fact that he had not 
been able to meet the changes in his environment. She describes him as always 
being a "loner". He would generally play alone and if boys joined him he would 
play with them. At school he was captain of the baseball team. In Texas, she 
states, the family had a home with a yard, a dog, and the boy would get along fine. 
Here in N.Y. family occupy an apartment and there is nothing for the boy to do. 
Mrs. Oswald described the boy as introvert, the boy who has difficulty in making 
friendships as he made no effort to initiate any. Generally Lee waited for the chil- 
dren to make overtures to him. Regarding the boy's school attendance, the mother 
stated that he was always an average student in school. He likes school and seem 
to attend regularly. The mother feels that the boy moving to a different community 
and being placed in the midst of different nationalities and crowded apartment eon- 
adverse 
ditions, has had an /effect on the boy, that he has retreated into a shell. Mrs. 
Oswald indicated she recognizes the boy's problem but there's little she can do. She 
mentioned to the PO that the family formerly had their own car, their own home 
and that the boy had two brothers at home to play with. Mother indicated that she 
has a home in Texas, which she plans to sell. At present she is in no financial con- 
dition to return to Texas. The boy hasno other family there to whom he can go. 

Mrs. Oswald believes the present attitude of indifference andlaek of concern is one 
of defiant. She attributes his behavior to that of xxx adolescent behavior or 
growing up pains. The mother point out that when the boy first came here, she lived 
on Grand Concourse and the boy had difficulty in getting along with other children 
because of his manner and custom, that his mode of dress was different and he had a 
different accent. The boy at the time dressed a great deal in "jeans" levies where as 
the other boys in the neighborhood seems to be more or less better dressed. This 
seem to have had some sort of affect upon the boy. 

Mrs. Oswald indicated that while she realized that the boy had little family life at 
home, that she is unable to give him adequate supervision, she would not want the 
boy place. She would prefer to have the child remain home. However, should the 
situation arise where she believe that placement seems absolutely necessary, she in- 
dicated that she would cooperate with any plan that the court may have. 
SOCIAL AGENCY RECORD : Oswald Marguerite (Claverie)&James-John Youth 
House 4/21/53 Margarite&Lee(int. son Lee) Community Service Society, Family 
Div. #219055 1/16/53 

Cabeo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



313 



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• IM •■Wttl4, IS y«ar old tx>' of tbe 
o»urt for the flr«t tiJM*> im boy had 
tioa* of th* yctitioi • AouordingV) the bo7, te 
I ma iM CMla- Mm* ht tisf.aa^y aora lapo -rant 
ltt««ate> Iw M* U4if«t«d that hm aoaii m «. XXkii 
■■!>■»■■ aoi* W» Mfiooik -^^ ^7 >Mks ozprOT««d • 

litKalOBM. 

>rv«A, '!• • fr&«k«l7» IUmoM* bov. wh px-o*. tiys 
itnor. whll* aba aouap a wall uuati'-iyr in 1 l«'qat 




IW I ' l. f ftMJ 



o'a dirriwaty ao na to atja r 

lliliaotf to tlUl ukMKO r^^ MTivIv wwint aCii ZU<- Qbtmrv! 

•«■««•• w. ...» »wm»*.x/0 TIM roaor.. roToals tho fauily 
flm kaid \lialr aaga b ma la ComJL%g "axna . «o<.:.lncl7 

ffaU* #«iily4liC» ttea L^a lii.w wm !«<«. <,.« ^>a ivinir wiM>^ «• « 

«a'-B«i««*« and bOTinn into a arowKiaA avoti, without his ui-wtui rt*, 
._^i iMmUt- #r««pa , ^ho araaa«A and «p*ka dlff ovuut ti'-m tl;u bo- 
a haa k#«a ibmVI.t "^ find aj.a^ t aaaa'-and baa rotruatnd '^n- r^ ahoii 

' Vim to »»» » '^ ' a»'»' tra'«4ifina« of ill a «p«u ti^oiii; .o LJiUt. w<r u uaxn 

bitor ^KWcr •« 
J- ■ •■» «-v*- jJ- ■" 

|-jO,f altf <lMt ftrTa la a <t«asaro«iA ait-uucion Tur tl»j o>i. d iuriot. 
~ '' froa atlMT aosljit aanttiota Tilth eMld'-eu Ida a ru. "bu nat rr 
^^^'^ hi* mtliav* Tka ix^aalkility of rntta-ning to 
;Maoua«at.wi.tki ,tlie r.r.tbur, but aha U- " v\bi4 to 
.fe flmmaMl oaam^iont WUHa ■n*.Om,alu is 
Aaiyjitj riM «tel« t|»t «]it nouu g.* alaar. 'it it^nr it 






AaiuilWiti riM «tel« t|»t «]it nouu g» alaar. 'it lt;nr it 

-9lt^ia^ Htmt «a iST' o«ialin«-«ith a tea7 who fiti/la a .-iv>it. aal of 

««W'lnUi «iai atfa* far adcaotaavt* Aa^t;]iiaff» ««iC acua t,UaX thia 
ijiaaa with ^he Qey iaiu^:njiu« at iioaM l^ut it v/as f' It tlv ^ porlin/ 
'^VMh^Hl iMTttvptlaa titfiert} . thaaa neoda ooa b« uo* w6tld ^a 
ft'iarSa «la4* Bawe-ver» saocar.enclntlnn la bnln.t >i';}J 'a 
I -noBfl** tl^liiBalyt of th« payomarx'ic ^axcuiin it .-a. 






5r^\i/v^ 












'85. "Thia 13 yaar 









5ir efai^ale trufnoy fron 
Wo*flndli]g ol' aaurclaf^aal 
,i "M aaOa. Laa bad to ba 
tf fSttam ttaIMb— la with aahisojo ra«t:ur*a 
aaMaMMf^o ,!«•#•■ t* «• aa«i aa aa 
ixta •latpraao tohm^vI^vbo auf^V.-a tba In-^et of 
aiffttxowu. .^aoxafcAua aad Aaprlvatloa^ l«ok of al'^aotloa 
~ ttfi^ flsAjraiMii^B kr a aelf laTolTaci una ccmiiiMr.Ad 

a ui any other ram "f 
daflalta Inpraaalon tbo- 

^daratuMdiiw; enU yw^^ twttler 

iM'ir M amid b* «wm aT tea a^aa tise mie group 
~~ .anplTa tii«>«<«f aw- at tba racomaaadatloa that ba 

tlaii —1^1 lli ioadltiQs that na a aJc halp and 
ntA a, abllA f«l4a&aa allalo» wliaiv ha abotild 
y' a ■alii aavdblatiHat. wfcn «n»,T* nirttatltnita. to 1 
. far «M laaK or a fatii*» riAir. « At tha 



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«r. If tbla pl«k 4oas m t work out 



Caero Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



314 



OSWALD LEE ^- #23979 

EVA LUATION AND RECOMMENDATION: Lee Oswald, 13 year old boy of the 
.Lutheran faith, is before the court for the first time. The boy had admitted the 
allegations of the petition . According to the boy, he is not attending school as he 
feels that he has many more important things to do. Aside from this, he has 
indicated that he does not like his teachers, his classmates nor the school. The boy 
has expressed a desire to be left alone. 

The boy, the P.O.'s observed, is a friendly, likeable boy, who protrays very little 
emotions. Reaction to the present situation was/one of indifference. The mother, 
while she seems a well meaning intelligent woman is unable to give Lee adequate 
supervision, due to her long working hours. Much of Lee's difficulty seems to stem 
from his inability to adapt himself to the change of environment and the change 
of the economical status of the family. The record reveals the family was of means, 
having had their own home in Corning Texas, seemingly a full family life thus Lee 
had had has two brothers living with them Coming to N.Y.C., and moving into a 
crowded area, without his brothers, amongst varied groups , who dressed and spoke 
different from the boy Lee has been unable to find acceptance and has retreated 
into a shell wherein he prefers to confines of his apartment to that of dealing with 
other children. 

The P.O. feels that this is a dangerous situation for the boy to isolate himself from 
other social contacts with children his age. The matter has been discussed with 
his mother. The possibility of returning to Texas or Louisiana was discussed with 
the mother, but she is unable to do so do to her present financial condition. While 
Mrs. Oswald is opposed to placement, she feels that she would go along with it, 

absolutely 
if it seems/necessary. 

The P.O. feels that we are dealing with a boy who feels a great deal of insecurity 
and the need for acceptance. As it does not seem that this can be done with the boy 
remaining at home but it was felt that perhaps placement in an institution where 
these needs can be met would be beneficial at this time. However, recommendation 
is being held in abeyance pending the receipt of the psychiatric examination. 

ALL OF WHICH IS RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED : 

JOHN CARRO 
PROBATION OFFICER 

JC : cms 
5/1/53-5/1/53 

SUMMARY FOR P.O.'S REPORT PSYCHIATRIC DONE ON 5/1/53. "This 13 year 
old well built boy has superior mental resources and functions only slightly below 
his capacity level in spite of chronic truancy from school which brought him into 
Youth House. No finding of neurological impairment or psychotic mental changes 
could be made. Lee had to be diagnosed as " personality pattern disturbance with 
schizoid features and passive aggressive tendencies." Lee has to be seen as an 
emotionally , quite disturbed youngster who suffers the impact of really exist- 
ing emotional isolation and deprivation, lack of affection absence of family 
life and rejection by a self involved and conflicted mother. Although Lee denies 
that he is in need of any other form of help other " remedial" one, we gained 
the definite impression that Lee can be reached through contact with an under- 
standing and very patient psychotherapist and if he could be dra^Ti at the same 
time into group psychotherapy. We arrive therefore at the recommendation that 
he should be placed on probation under the condition that he seek help and guidance 
through contact with a child guidance clinic, where he should be treated preferably 
by a male psychiatrist who could substitute, to a certain degree at least, for the 
lack of a father figure. At the same time, his mother should be urged to seek 
psychotherapeutic guidance through contact with a family agency. If this plan 
does not work out 

Caebo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



315 



'■WIUS), Las HarT«7 _, " 

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lliada. 1 

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l,6« trl«4 "-- 

a-p.'oaoh la arpllo* to th« cuna o. — ,. — — 

bt «lT "f trrmindcma valaa In thla 4aim uii] faoiv iw>baia i^ nrma 

:>Ba oi'-^tuii-ou Br<u« ■ai.iTmas at lila acuMmlty^ kucb a:, •< • ylueil jy Ma TAL 



' or TMCA or hi a aa*'tll> xti<>o«.« 



a/a llaBaturf Ba toga, i:. .. ?h> C. 



T^TlM Ma Claaar prakldinc. Boy ai^a hi 
rt.JO r»T>ort«* on tte v.— .~. 
"-> iottaar una bo/ a',.awi4 Ic 



••o olbia work at ttialr tacraj>» 



La* aau ai-Jeil to 9/M/S-'. Lat«r'th« PC ^cnna tlM v.^,;j » i »j io 
. ' tga JlanJ^ila raKardlog the roaaSbilli-j or rerarrlac tlH buy ' tl.iv 
KPa.BanJatia 'lnilleata4 that the '•«S haa a la^iR saitlaK liat. . u fc' 
alttiaClon la oao whftoh la acute - ii«A ««.>,u«^-e)- a ^A-vau a*?*! of at c*at 
! aWll. lir..:!eajanln Inuloatad aba would aiaeuua tlda^att-: wJtb »: -i 
>h.; all) oontiet the I' 0. la the ■■•■intlBe tha s;. .jeu-. 
1% oontnot t'i« Sal"«tlJO Arwy tj »at abatli r they co>il>i po:.-. ;Ky .. ^ 
tLa »n-niif>»>it.>.i»»y - faallltlae 1b «h« tX"jatiaan« rsiat tb! j jo; 

?0 lit^r io-.-^rriaac* th- aritJia ■ aid boy oak aarlaad ^ri-. Oswld L.'. 
aonld be cai« to a '•■Hv l^ncr anathot abc Ja tc koan t i.(ii.<! r. > Ij 
K no tin ad. 1 

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it hr. «lloax piifclaad t<] 



^/>/i>t '^<rua reramata aalntisD trnj. 



Ui«r eaaet eciar. 

. *. Cairo, P,<». (ea) 

9A4/53I Krs. Oa<>U talapheoad on tida date, to itete that ahe xaiU :« >. 

' li, court. S^a poiatad out tbtta:'.e f^lt that there 1> lo race^elt 

retieei »n ~., .• .. »>- >-%. ira aede e aamluue ad.laetant. i^ reaun.:: i 


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Cabeo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



316 



OSWALD, Lee Harvey - 5 - #23979 

SUMMARY (CONT.) 

favorably and Lee cannot cooperate in this treatment plan on an out-patient basis, 
removal from the home and placement could be resorted to at a later date, but it is 
our definite impression that treatment on probation slionld be tried out before the 
stricter and therefore possibly more harmful placement approach is applied to the 
case of this boy. The Big Brother Movement could be undoubtedly of tremendous 
value in this case and Lee should be urged to join the organized group activities of 
his community, such as provided by the PAL or YMCA of his neighborhood." 

s/s Renatus Hartogs, M.D. Ph. d. 

Denior Psychiatrist. 

5/7/53.COURT ACTION: Justice Mc Clancy presiding. Boy and his mother before 

the courtPO reported on the case. Justice Mc Clancy 
reviewing the record at some length and reading the Psychiatric report. Justice Mc 
Clancy continued the boy on parole to 9/24/53. His Honor advised the boy that he 
vras to return to school as soon as possible to attend school regularly. Mr. Brennan 
the A.O. is to return the case to court should the boy failed to do so. Justice McClancy 
requested that a referral be made Community Service Society for possible work at 
their therapeutic treatment for this boy. 

Lee was paroled to 9/24/53. Later the PO phoned the C.S.S. and spoke to Mrs. 
Olga Benjamin regarding the ix)ssibility of referring the boy to that agency. Mrs. 
Benjamin indicated that the CSS has a long waiting list. She felt the situation is 
one which is acute and requires a great deal of attention and skill. Mrs. Benjamin 
indicated she would discuss this matter with Mrs. Carver Hall, who will contact 
the P.O. In the meantime she suggested that we contact the Salvation Army to see 
whether they could possibly provide the xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. facilities in 
the treatment that this boy needs. 

PO later interviewed the mother and boy and advised Mrs. Oswald that a referral 
would be made to a Family Agency and that she is to keep these appointments when 
she is notified. Both mother and boy promised to cooperate. 

J.Carro, PO(cms) 

5/7/53: P.O. contacted Mrs. Olga Benjamin, Social Worker of C.S.S., regarding 
possible referral of Lee to their agency. Mrs. Benjamin indicated that they 
have a long waiting list and that the situation requires a great deal of attention and 
skill. She indicated that Mrs. Oswald had been seen by them on 1/53 when the case 
was explored as it was referred to them by the Federation of Protestant Welfare 
agencies. An appointment was made for Mrs. Oswald for 1/30/53, which she did 
not keep. No further contacts have been had with this family. Mrs. Benjamin 
recommended that we contact the Salvation Army which she felt might be in a 
better position to meet this boy's needs at this time. 

J. Carro, P. O. (es) 

6/4/53 : P.O. contacted Mr. Wilcox, Social Worker, Salvation Army, regarding pos- 
sible acceptance of the case. Mr. Wilcox promised to call back. 

J.Carro, P.O. (es) 
9/3/53 : Material referred to Salvation Army. 

J. Carro, P.O. (es) 

9/8/53 : Material returned from Salvation Army rejecting the boy as the Salvation 
Army feels that they cannot offer any useful service to the boy. Salva- 
tion Army indicates that the boy, feas pointed out in the psychiatric report, is severely 
disturbed and would need direct psychiatric treatment in a Child Guidance Institu- 
tion. This is a service they cannot offer. 

J. Carro, P.O. (es) 

9/24/53 : Mrs. Oswald telephoned on this date, to state that she would be unable 
to appear in court. She pointed out thatshe felt that there is no necessity 
for her to return to court as the boy has made a marvelous adjustment. Lee re- 
turned to school on May 7th and had a very good attendance record thereafter. At 
the present time he is in the 9th grade at P.S. 44 and recently had the honor of being 
elected class president. The P.O. spoke to her in terms of having the boy attend 
our Treatment Clinic, as Intake is now 

Cakbo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



317 



Carro Exhibit No. 



epoi mA'Um PJO, tm. ttat tHL* tx^ «bviU taMflt tnm u.» .^i 

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Mil •«! VMM MierWIlRv* Ida l«fk «]«<• •■ •! 
Urn ^CtiM «ritt«-l0fil^tedli4lM» « Urmt^ •tf*t.. 
14 tlMt w* woidfi aBOOiiM tto b«fr (■««■ tt)« toivxrvlAon 
- . •AU»C«r «B #«• IM M •^oat*. 

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'fAt r%»rU4 «n ii» mm. His tomr a>ntliiH»d «b« bog^ on paral* to i 
-^ftr. pi»t-r]r«M rvport. • - ••' — ^ 

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rC rv^Pted on the* •«■•«' #ude» eic»*5r<e»*eliiu««l t! - 
parole tc 11, 19/C3 for iia««!:vii.t ^ i\n und dlra'Jtr I t. 

irefawTBi »t leWcaailr* lu''.xfctt|til HBTta. Tf B^^^abli** . fc^-i 
j.ir»liMbi« k<Mti4W- %iiC bey ,<:4adji«. liicfter g^'^t jerMAj-i' . 
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itir«iMn (ftik«<<aotAriaa*to^^»e^j> 11/19/133. 

\ . • J.C».r"., . 









Caeeo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



318 



Oswald, Lee Harvey - 6 - #23979 

9/24/53: . . . .(continued) 

open and tlie P.O. felt that this boy could benefit from the group therapy 
that they would be able to offer. Mrs. Oswald appeared very resistant to this plan 
and her attitude was such that reflected another unwillingness to enter x into any 
sort of arrangement at this time. She indicated that the boy seems to be doing 
well and would like to have him left alone as she feels that our stepping into the 
picture at this point would have a harmful effect.. P.O. advised Mrs. Oswald that 
we would continue the boy under the supervision of the court for a period longer 
to see how he adjusts. 

J. Carro, P.O. (es) 

COURT ACTION 9/24/53: Justice Fogarty presiding. 

No appearance. 
P.O. reported on the case. His Honor continued the boy on parole to 10/29/53 for 
progrress report. 

J. Carro, P.O. (es) 

10/21/53 : Progress which was requested on 10/16/53 from P.S. 44 received on this 
date. Boy indicates that since the term commenced he has been present in school 
21 3/2 days and absent 1-3/2 days. His conduct is described as unsatisfactory. The 
shcool reports that the child has shown no improvement. Mrs. Oswald does not 
cooperate with the school authorities. She did not answer to a summons to come 
to school about her son's welfare. ( "During the past 2 weeks practically every subject 
teacher has complained to me about the boy's behavior. He has consistently refused 
to salute the flag during early morning exercises. In many rooms he has he done 
no work whatsoever. He spends most of his time sailing paper planes around the 
room. When we spoke to him about his behavior, his attitude was belligerent. I 
offered to help him he brushed out with, "I don't need anybody's helpt.") (Signed) 
H. Rosen, Teacher) 

J. Carro, P.O. 

In view of the above report, PO discHissed the situation with supervisor, who felt 
that placement this time may have to be contemplated. 

J.Carro,PO 

10/29/53 : Mrs. Oswald telephoned on this date, stating that she would not be able 
to appear in court. She had the keys to her job and would have to be there. She 
indicated she would be able to come to court on some other day if notified by P.O. 

J.Carro, PO 
10/29/53: COURT ACTION: Case on School Part Calendar. 

Justice Sicher presiding. 

No appearance. 
PO reported on the case. Judge Sicher continued the boy on parole to 11/19/53 for 
placement plan and directed PO to make a referral to Berkshire Industrial Farm. 
If Bershire farm is not available to take the boy. Judge Sicher gave permission to 
the court to refer the boy to Children's Village. 

Parents to be notified to appear 11/19/53. 

J. Carro, P.O. 

11/19/53 : PO contacted Mr. Rosen of P.S. 44. Mr. Rosen indicated that since Mrs. 
Oswald's visit to the school to discuss the situation with them, Lee has been getting 
along very well in school. The boy is now saluting the flag and he is showing a great 
deal of improvement. Mr. Rosen stated that he is no longer a behavior problem in 
the school. 

J. Carro, PO 
11/19/53: COURT ACTION: Justice Sicher presiding. 

Case on School Part Calendar. 

Mrs. Oswald and her son, Lee, and counsellor Niel- 
son appeared before the court. His Honor ex- 

Cabbo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 
744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 22 



319 



Carro i.xl>ibit ^'^^"^^^'^ 



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1/5/M: MBrf. OflMil* t«I«plinM« PO tlii* i*t«. lir. Duau. ?c. t4k«« 
tf Mr Im w |i%Ma«» of Mr. ^mrf^ «ko «■• on TAetlon. 'c-hm stMCL* 
all* trt«k«# to ap«ttk wltk PO •oncarUg tlw faet tMt alio ti«« to xmv* 
taw «1V* Aft«r • loac AlMUssloa wltk kar unA not r«c«iTicic ueriniU 
r«HMtio^ FO a^TiaaA h«r to ¥« at eovrt %o aaa Mr. Carro I Il/M 
tk JLaa aa« If aaa4a«, ttia aoaa ooul4 ^ paaaeA on. Mra. Cswuld 



Za tko aftaraaoa, Mr. Oraatt of tka Prataataot Bic Brother ■ sailed 
at .tM effl%a racar41i« the awaa aattar. H« iuaiotit«4 tuat, ue w( tOi 
talaykona oa tha aornliH; of 1/11. Mr. Orootz indlaata< that te 
hallavaa the mother 1* aaxloua ua< willlac *aii i^*« I'ounJ hr.ao^t 
aooparatirv. PO ttHMit^ did not find any •hronoljoclcal -^aaet wtiiet 
■Mat haTa haaa aada out for alinio but ia aot wlvli the papers thny 
ratxirhed. * 

T.i'. Dujuij PC for 

J. Carre. PO (rl) L..2, i 



lt/Sl/6S: Matarial aa Laa OaHald'raturaad froa Court Cliaie thia 
date. A letter «aa attaahed iadiaatiM tii*>t the faail/'ti iawver 

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.^ Oraata, Prataa«aat Bi«.Brathar» alao phoned PO tbla date to 
iaiftaira aa ta aMthar ov aat Mra. Oawald had aaataatad Pw «■ to 
har flaaa to aora talaa Orlaaac; aha had ladieatod ahe wlohad 
ta' tlaauaa tha' altaatioa arar with PO. 

J.Carro, PO (rl) D.2/1 

Jaatiea Paliar praaldiag. 
. . . A.O. praaaat oaly. 
PO rapartad an tha aaaa* Mra. Bamaa, A.O. ahewa^ tka eourt a 
iattar fraai Mra. Oa«ald iMlaatli« aha waa laaTJLa« for La. 
J^atlaa Paliar aijairaad tha aaaa to S/ll/Sd far repart ii Od 
aa ta tha wharaahoalla of tha boy aad hla aaUes. 

1.' Carro, PO (rl) B.2/1 
Tr. 2/5 



Cabro Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



320 



Oswald, Lee Harvey - 7 - #23979 

11/19/53 : Court Action Contd : 

plained to Mr. Nielson and Mrs. Oswald, the function of the court. Mr. Nielson 
indicated that Mrs. Oswald desired to have Lee discharged from supervision of the 
court, as she felt that the boy was presently no problem at this time and that she was 
capable of coping the child. 

Judge Sicher talked to the mother and counsellor at some length and advised them 
that Lee was a child who was in need of treatment, as the reports of the examination 
made on the boy seem to bear out ; and hence, would not consider discharging the boy 
at that time. The mother was opposed to referral of the boy to any other agency. 

His Honor eounocllcd talked to the mother at some length and advised her that it 
would be for the best interest of Lee to have her cooperate with any plans that the 
court might have to offer at this time. Judge Sicher instructed PO to refer the boy 
to the court treatment clinic and to make a reference to the Protestant Big Brother. 
Case was paroled to 1/25/54 for a report on that date. 

J. Carro, PO 

1/5/54 : Mrs. Oswald telephoned PO this date. Mr. Dunn, PO, talked to her in the 
absence of Mr. Carro, who was on vaction. She stated she wished to speak with PO 
concering the fact that she had to leave the city. After a long discussion with her 
and not receiving definite information, PO advised her to be at court to see Mr. Carro 
1/11/54 with Lee and if needed, the case could be passed on. Mrs. Oswald agreed to 
do so. 

In the afternoon, Mr. Groetz of the Protestant Big Brothers called at the oflBce re- 
garding the same matter. He indicated that he would telephone on the morning of 
1/11. Mr. Groetz indicated that he believes the mother is anxious and willing and 
has found her most cooperative. PO 4 iacuogcd did not find any chronological sheet 
which must have been made out for clinic but is not with the papers they returned. 

T.P. Dunn, PO for 
J. Carro, PO (rl) D.2/1 

12/21/53: Material on Lee Oswald returned from Court Clinic this date. A letter 
was attached indicating that the family's lawyer to inform us that the family is 
moving to New Jersey. ( Material filed in case record. ) 

1/26/54 : Mrs. Barnes, A.O., phoned this date to indicate she had received a letter 
from Mrs. Oswald indicating she had left and taken Lee with her to live in New 
Orleans, La. 

Mr. Groetz, Protestant Big Brother, also phoned PO this date to inquire as to 
whether or not Mrs. Oswald had contacted PO as to her plans to move to New 
Orleans ; she had indicated she wished to discuss the situation over with PO. 

J. Carro, PO (rl) D.2/1 

1/28/54: COURT ACTION: Justice Poller presiding. 

A.O. present only. 

PO reported on the case, Mrs. Barnes, A.O. showed the court a letter from Mrs. 
Oswald indicating she was leaving for La. Justice Poller adjourned the case to 
3/11/54 for report fey -tbe as to the whereabouts of the boy and his mother. 

J. Carro, PO (rl) D.2/1 
Tr.2/5 

Carro Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



321 



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Cabbo Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



322 



Lee H. Oswald -8- #23979 

3/11/54: COURT ACTION: Justice Delany. 

No appearance. Attendance OflBcer, Mrs. Barnes, 
P.O. before the co'urt. Mrs. Barnes reports that reply from contact with New Orleans, 
La. received indicates that they have no information as to the whereabouts of the 
family. A former assoc. thinks the family may be living in California. Justice 
Delany discharged the case on this date since Lee is nolonger in our jurisdiction. 

J.Carro, P.O. (es) 

Caero Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



323 



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Cason Exhibit No. 5135 — Continued 



325 



Fo-302 (R.v. 3-3-59) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVEST IGAT lON 

^V-^V /V .'/bH 11/29/S3 

tv^ .-aa-. U&jL.W Dato 1 — 1 — 



llrs. BERTHA CHEEK, Manager of the apartnents_^at 3914 S-jiss, 



Dallas, advised as follows: ..\i^ 



1. that she had operated Cheek's Eoa;rding House at 5212 
Gaston, Dallas, from about 19>^^o 19S1, v/hea it was 
razed for the construction of Ixiiiury-type apartneats; 

2. tbat she recalled having rented to tv/o Cuban nales in 
in 1959 or 1960 but could provide no other iaforaatioa 
concerning them; 

3. that EARL^IE ROBERTS, her sister, had rented the rcon 
to LEE HARVEY OS^/ALD at 1026 Esckley, Dallas, Te::as, 
Urs. ROBERTS being enployed as a housekeei^e'r by Lrs. 
A. C. JOHIJSON at this Beckley address; 

4. that lirs. CHEEK has been acquainted v/ith JACII RUBY 
since about 1943 to the present, she formerly having 
operated night clubs in Dallas, this being the basis 
for their acquaintanceship: 

a. In 1948, JACK RUBY, according to Mrs. CHEEK, 
attempted to secure her investment of $12,000 
in a night club venture. 

b. About eight days ago, on or about November 18, 
1963, according to Llrs. CHEEK, RUBY had invited 
her to the Carousel where she spent several hocrs, 
during which time he attempted to secure her 
investment of several thousand dollars in the/ 
Carousel . 

(lirs. CHEEK stated that she had parked her car in the parking 
garage next door to the Carousel during this period.) 

5. llrs. CHEEK could not identify a photograph of LEE H-«.r.VEY 
OSWALD as anyone known to her, altho'agh when first having 
seen him on television, sla felt she might have rented 

to him in the past. 



_Ex,No.5353 CHEEK, Bertha Deposition- 
Dallas <i-14-6-i 



Ti:^ 



DL C9-43 



11/27/63 Dallas, Texas ^ „ DL 44-1S39 

at 



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DAVID H. BARRY and t n /oo /r- 
by Spociol Agents T.mrTR TTT^T.T.y.TTTn ! Dato dictated ll/Sg/Qo 

This document contotos n*llher rvcommendatlona nor concluBions oi the FBI. It U the property o( the FBI and U loaned to 
your ageocy; It and its contenle ore not to be distributed outeide your agency. 

Cheek Exhibit No. 5353 



326 



i 



DL 89-43 
DL 44-1639 
D2B:tjd 



In view of the relationship of liU'S, EERTHA CH3EK, 
3914 Swiss, Dallas, Texas, to EARLINS ROBERTS, a sister who 
■had rented the room at 1<Q|26 JJort-Ka BC'ckloy, : Dalla.s, ■ and in vie's? 
of BERTHA CHEEK'S acquaintanceship with JACK RI-JBY from 1948 
to the present time, as heretofore reported, the following 
background data concerning BERTHA CliEEK was davelopod. 

On Noveciber 27, 1963, SA DAVID II. BARRY reviewed 
files of the Dallas Office and conducted inquiry of Mrs. 
BIRDIE sua BELCHER, Retail Merchants Credit Association, 
and conducted inquiry of SANDY COCHINS, District Clerk's 
Office, Dallas County, Dallas, Texas, which investigation 
produced biographical data as folloars: 



Name 



Race 

Sex 

Nationality 

Age 

Birth Data 

Height 

Weight 

Hair 

Eyes 

Complexion 

Remarks 

Residence 
Prior Addresses 



BERTHA CHEEK, nes' Bogle, 
also known as Ilrs. Bertha 
Bogle Bell (prior to 1943), 
Mrs. K^rvin Lloyd Cheek . 
(1848-58), Esiyt^sj: Cbt?^k, 
(1956-61), LIrs. Harold 
CLa^^'k Sims (1961-62), 
Ear tha Cheek (1862 to 
present) 
White 
. Fema le" 
American 
43 

2/9/20, Troup, Texas 
5' 5" 

125'-130 pounds 
Blonde 
Blue 
Fair 

Attractive, modish 
woiiifin 

3914 Swiss, Dallas, Texas 
Dallas, Texas: 
Holiday Apartments, 5909 
Gaston, (1962-63) 



h57 

CHEarK Exhibit No. 5353 — Continued 



I 



327 



Address in Los Angeles, 
California 

Relatives 



Children 
Marital Status 



I)L S9-43 
DL 44-1639 
DHBrtjd 

Beaoliconiber ApnrtE-Gnts , 
5917 Gaston (1SS2) 
Cheek's Boarding House, 
5212 Gasto;^ (195S-5S) 

440| yalnut. Long Beach, 
California (June, 1953) 
JOSEPH M. EOG-LS, father, 
6858 I>Iartel,Dallas,Taxas 
(formerly Tyler, Texas) 

EARLIKE .ROBERTS ,■ sister , 
1026 North Beckiey, D:^lls.s, 

Texas 
Three 

BERTHA CH2EK, nee Bogle, 
married and divorced 
three times; ' 
1. (FiTO) B3LL,(dste of 
marriage and divorce 
not established) 
• 2» ir^RVIN 'lLGYD CIiSEE, 

married 7/31/48, divorced 
3/10/55, Dallas, Texas 
(background concerning 
.MARVIN LLOYD CHEEK reported 
'hereinafter) • ■ -. - 
' 3. HAROLD CMRK SIIiS, 

married Atlanta , Georgia 
3/29/61 (verified), 
divorced. 7/6/62, Dallas, 
Texas (verified) 
(backg-round concerning SIMS 
• • . .'reported hereinafter) 

Records examined concerning MARVIN LIjOYDCIEEK, as 
above indicated, disclosed CIEEK was born March 1, 1922, at 
Dallas, Texas. He^as employed by HARRY TRAV2RS' dance band for 
approximate period'of 1945-50, which band played at Plantation 
Club, Dallas, amount other spots. He has been employed and currently 



Cheek Exhibit No. 5353 — Continued 



328 



-i 



Foooa (R.». J.S.59) .. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIG/-TION 



nnf« December 9, 1963 



3ERTKA CH£E^, 3914 S%^i£E, Dalli;^, Toxi;^, vao 
interviewed coucernln^ h?j: coci.ac* ut^hich bhs had reported 
previously with JACK RUb^ on or about November 18, 1963, 
at ruby's club, the Carcuuel. 

Mrs. CHEEK outlined the following basis for her 
having been in contact with JACK RUBY: 

Mrs. CHEEK stated that she has been in the real 
estate business in Dallas, Texas, for a number of years; 
that she frequently has bought and sold interests in night 
clubs; that during the past several months she has been 
attempting to locate a good night cltib investment; and 
that in this connection she had visited practically every 
night club in Dallas which she considered might be purchased 
outright or in which an interest might be obtained. 

Clubs which she had visited, she said, included 
among others the Pago, the Star lighter, the Stork Club, 
and the University Club. At the Stork Club, she had 
talked with BILL MARTIN, owner, who she found wanted $25,000 
Just for an interest. She said she could establish her own 
club i^r that amount and had not dealt further. MAKTIN, 
however, who she said was acquainted with RUBY, mentioned 
the Vegas Club and the Carousel as possibilities. Several 
days later, RUBY called her and invited her to the Carousel 
to discuss her investment in a club. Mrs. CHEEK said that 
she did not know that MARTIN had suggested this to RUBY. 
The information concerning her interest in such investment 
could have reached RUBY through any number of sources, she 
said. 

At ruby's invitation, Mrs. CHEEK said she did 
discuss such investment with RUBY at the Caroiisel. RUBY 
proposed her investment di£ $6,000.00 in a club, the identity 



, / DL 89-43 r <} cf 
I^V ^ ^ DL 44-1639 ^ ^ ^^ 



,„ 12/9/63 ,. Dallas, Texas / h V p.,^ ^ 

by Sp.cJol A8.nt DAVID H. BARRY/gm Dot. dictot.d ^^^^^^^ 

Thla docasaal eenlalaa nallhar racommandatlons nor concluaien* e( lh« FBI. I< la lh» preparlr ol Ih* TBI and la loanad le 
Tcmt aqunert U and Ita cealaala at* not le b* dlaUlbulad eatatda roar oqaner. 

Cheek Exhibit No. 5354 



329 



2 

DL 89-43 

DL 44-1639 

or location of which he vould rot disclose, apparently l-Irs. 
CHEEK said to"^reclude her goins around him on the deal." 
Mrs. CHEEK said that she would not consider the investment 
of $6,000.00 without full disclosure and had susses ted to 
RUBY that he get an option on the business so that he might 
discuss the proposal openly. This concluded the discussion 
of such investment by 1-lrs. CHEEK with JACK RUBY. 

Throughout these discussions at the Carousel, 
Mrs. CHEEK stated that RUBY was assisted by one FRANK, 
v7hose last name Mrs. CHEEK did not recall. She described 
FRANK as a man of Jewish extraction about 60 years of age 
with- gray hair. FRANK was present,, she said, apparently 
to provide RUBY with a good recommendation as a night club 
operator as this was the extent^ of his participation in the 
discussion. 

Mrs. CHEEK was unable to provide any additional in- 
formation of pertinence concerning JACK RUBY. 

Cheek Exhibit J^^o. 5354 — Continued 



330 



I ^.No.506l CLARDY,B.S. Deposition 

I 1 Dallas 3-24-64 " 

DL 44-1639 

I "Novembei- 27, 1963 

"Mr. J. E. Curry 
Chief of Police 

"Sir: 

"I would like to submit the followiLng ::eport regarding 
the incident occxirring in the baseiaent on November 24, 
j 1963. 

"On the morning of November 24, 1963 while on duty in 
the. Auto Theft Bureau, Lieutenant ;5mar: advised me not 
to leave the City Hall as I was to be available when the 
prisoner was escorted from the Ci'iy Jiil. About 
1U:00 a.m. Lieutenant Smart advised me and the other 
officers in the bureau to report to th'j jail office. Upon 
arrival I took a position near the southwest comer near 
the driveway. A couple of minutes before the prisoner 
was brought down, I had looked ove:r th-j crowd, and, at 
this time, I did not see Jack Ruby in :he crowd. I have 

! known Jack Ruby for eight to ten yoars, and if I had seen 

'. him I would have recognized him. 

' "As word was heard that the subjec'c waj being brought 
down, I was watching the driveway ^o the basement and to 
the driveway to Commerce Street whcire :he armored truck 

' was. I saw a fast blur of movement out of the corner of ny 
left eye, and, before I could turn, I leard a shot. As I 
turned I partly lost my footing an<i was bxamped by people 
from both sides at the same time. Befo::e I could get 
balanced, the subject. Jack Ruby, was under a pile of 
officers. 

"I helped others try to keep the press back until both C*-^'^ -v^-'' 
the prisoner and Jack Ruby were talcen inside the jail ^^ -, '^ 



84 /-tt^1.~" 



Clajidy Exhibit No. 5061 



331 



2 

DL 44-1639_. . 

"office. I then went to the jail office, anc at that 
time Detective J.C. Watson was at the door keeping other 
people from entering. Detective McMillon, Eetective Archer, 
Detective Blackie Harrison, and Lieuterant Smart, and 
another officer were holding Jack Ruby on the floor, I 
took Detective McMillon' s gun and placed his gun and my gun, 
in the locker. Then Detective McMillon, Detsctive Archer, 
Detective Blackie Harrison, and myself took Jack Ruby 
directly to the fifth floor where we searched him. Then I 
took the handcuffs off and gave them to Detective McMillon 
as they were his cuffs. We then stripped Ja:k Ruby to his 
skin and searched his clothing completely. 

"Lieutenant Baker of homicide had been oont icted and re- 
quested that we stay with the prisoner until the arrival of 
officers from the Homicide Bureau. D<2te :tiv'; Harrison had 
left after helping take the prisoner up De lective 
McMillon, Detective Archer, and myself uere with the prisoner. 
Mr. 'Sorells of the Secret Service came r.o the jail office 
and talked to him briefly and left. Then F.li.I, Agent Hall 
Ccirae up and talked to Jack Ruby for some tine, probably two 
hours or better. ^ 

"A jailer came back and told us that a lawyer was to see 
Jack Ruby and it had been okayed by the Homicide Bureau. 
I am not sure which jailer this was. We took the prisoner to 
the fourth floor. Detective Archer, Detective McMillon, i 
F.B.I. Agent Hall, one of the J ii]ers, ar.d m>self. He 
talked to a lawyer for about: two minutes. Before he was 
returned to the fifth floor, he was checked by a city dj 
doctor who was on duty at this time. We returned to the 1 
fifth floor and F.B.I. Agent Hall continued to question Ruby 
until Homicide Detective E. L. Boyd, Det active M.G. Hall, 
and Detective Montgomery arrived on the fifth floor at 

Clabdy Exhibit No. 5061 — Continued 



332 



1 - 

DU.44rl639 ... 

"about 2:30 p.m. Alpng with the three Homicide 
officers and Agent Hall we escorted the prisoner 
to the Homicide Bxireau. 

"Respectfully submitted, 



/s/ B.S. Clardy 
Detective 
Criminal Investigation Division" 

Clardy Exhibit No. 5061— Continued 



333 



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CIARDY,B.S. Deposition 
Dallas 3-2i;-64 
Detective B» S« CIARDY^ Autu xucsu mucau^ xvxxuc ■/."'■■."■ •.-—.--,-• 
DepartJnent, Dallas, Texas, furnished the following information;' •• 

On the morning of November 2k, 1963, CIARDY vas on ■ . ' . 
duty in the Auto Theft Bureau. Lieutenant SMART, of the Auto 

Theft Bureau, advised him hot to leave City Hall, as he was to ^ _' 

be available when the prisoner, LEE HARVEY OSWALD, was escorted '' " "•"•", 
from the City Jail. ' . ! 

At about 10:00 AM, Lieutenant SM/^J?r advised CLARDY 
and other detectives in the Auto Theft Bureau to report to the 
City Jail Office. It is CIARDY's recollection that, upon arrival . - .. 
at the Jail office. Lieutenant SMART directed him to take up a ». 

position near the southwest corner of the hall leading into the 
driveway. About two minutes before the prisoner was brought down 
from the Jail, CLARDY looked around over the crowd of press men , ij 

and photographers and, at this time, he did not see JACK RUBY or " • • J 
anyone resembling JACK RUBY. CLARDY has known JACK RUBY for the .. ■ ^ 

past eight or ten years and believes he would have recognized hla i, 

had he been among the crowd. . . -j 

As word was relayed that subject OSWALD was being '' ■ ' , .' " ••; 
brought down the elevator to the City Jail Office, CLARDY was . . f 

watching the driveway to the basement and the driveway to Commerce 
Street, where the armored car was located. As he was looking in 
this direction, he saw a fast blur out of the comer of his eye ' • 

and before he could turn around he heard a shot. As he attempted 
to turn around, he partly lost his footing and was thereafter im- ' 

mediately bumped from both sides by people pressing forward to see 
what had happened. When he regained his balance, JACK RUBY was 
pinned under a pile of officers, who had been Immediately adjacent ■ 
to him at the time the shot was fired. CLARDY helped to keep the ..j 

press back until the prisoner, OSWALD, euid JACK RUBY were taken 
into the Jail office. Thereafter, he went into the Jail office ' 

end at that time Detective J. C. WATSON was at the door keeping 
other people from entering. Detectives McMILLION, ARCHER, BLACKEE 
HARRISON, Lieutenant SMART, and other officers were holding JACK 
RUBY on the floor. CLARDY took McMILLION 's gun. and placed McMILLION' 8 
gun and CLARDY 's in a locker. Then McMILLION, . HARRISON, , tod CLARDY 
took RUBY directly to the 5th floor, where they searched his clothing, • /• ,n ;. 
removed the hauidcuffs from him, and stripped searched RUBY and his li^ ,<' 
clothing. CLARDY stayed with JACK RUBY Txntil the arrival of officers ■ .-, ' j ^ ^1 ' 



~p^^ 






on _ll/25/63_„, Dallas, Texas P„. ^ PL ^-1639 ^-7,->^ .' ^.A^ 

by Sp.ciol Ag.nt s PAUL L. SCOTT & GEORGE W. H. CARTfiON Dot. dictated n /g'^M^ / f^ ^- t 

ThU deeumcBt eoatalns nclthar r«eommandattena ner eoaehiaiena e( Iha PBI. II la Iha prepartr ol Iha PBI ■■4 la laaaad I* 
reur a«aneri it and Ua eeataata atixeno]* ^* 4>alrlk«ta4 e«lalda yew aganey. il^^'J.. 

Clabdy Exhibit No. 5062 



334 



DL Uif-l639 
2 

from the Homicide Bureau. 

CLARDY recalled that after they had taken RUB! to 
the 5th floor he asked RUBY vhy he had shot OSWALD and RUBY' said, 
in effect, "Somebody had to do it. You all couldn't do it." 

CLARDY advised that, although h'i has knovn JACK RUBY 
for the past eight or ten years, he has had only occasional contact 
vith him; hovever, he has observed him on numerous occasions in the 
City EeHl, either in the "basement or the first floor. On these oc- 
casions, he vould be talking to various i)olice officers and other 
individuals . 

CLAKDY advised he could furnish no eddltional Infozmatloa. 
Clabdt Exhibit No. 5062— Ckmtinued 



144-730 O 



—64— vol. XIX 23 335 



FD-302 (R.y. 3-3-59) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



SI 



«N • ' Date I>ece!nber 3, 1963 



BARNARD S. CLARDY, Detective, Auto Thsft Bureau, 
Crlninal Investigation Division, Dallas, Texas, Police Departr.ont, 
was interviewed at h±h residence at 936 Fer.icllff Trail, Dallas, 
honie telephone FR 4-5358. Ke was advised a': the outset that he 
did not haveto furnish any stater/ionb, that .iny statement ho did 
furnish could be used against hira in a couri of law, and cf his 
right to an attorney. He furnished the following infomiatlon: 

Since being interviewed on November 25, 1963, by 
FBI Agents at Dallas, he recalled certain additional facts 
concerning the murder of LEE KARVEY OSV/ALD. On the r.ornins 
of November 24, 1963, he reported for his regular shift with 
the Auto Theft Detail at 7:00 a.n. After reporting £iT duty 
ho handled some routine matters at the Auto Theft Bureau 
and at about 10; 00 a.m.. Lieutenant SMART, who is his 
co.~mandlng officer, told him to stand by at the office with ! 

Detectives McMILLON, ARCilER, KAROLD DAV/SOU, J. C. V.'ATSON end ' 

GREESON. A short time later^ Lieutenant Si:\RT directed tl'iat 
he and the other officers t© report to the jail "office. They 
then took the elevator to the basement of the central police 
station and he recalled someone referring to him by his name 
as they left the elevator. Ke could not recall who this individual 
was but it was apparently part of the security force and ,they 
were allowed to enter the lobby in the basement apparently 
after being recc^gnlzed as police officers. Ke recalled- about 
that tine some newsmen entered the lobby from another elevator 
and they were required to show identification tejl^he men on 
duty there. 

Lieutenant StLART then directed them to take up 
positions on each side of the hallivay leading to the garage 
ramps. Ke took a position on the Commerce Street side of- 
the hall directly adjacent to the Commerce Street ramp, which 
meant he v;as almost on the comer of the ramp of the hallway. C>^^ \i^'^ 
He recalled looking out over the crowd of newsmen to see if j ^ j ' - 
he recognized any of them and did not recall seeing JACK RUBY l)/' )/ V'rx'b 
in the crowd. Lieutenant SMRT was located near the armored l^'^iKS^ i 
car which was in the Commerce Street ramp at that time. ^ jV^ ^\ 
In his estimation there were approximately 50 newsmen in the V^ yf^J^"^ 
garage and basement si-ea. at that time and he did not recognize i-J^ &'' ;^ 

Wu4 



any of them. 
He was not familiar with what the security arranp;ements " /!i 



12/3/63 Dallas, Texas ^., . Dallas 44-1639 

nt . _^__ rii© ff ____...i.^ — . 



R. NEIL QUIGLEY & 

. - ... s JOHN E. DALUviANsBL nnt> dirtntod 1 2/3/63 

by Spocicl Agont __ ■, Datj dictated ~~~I~ZZIZIII_ 

Thl. docua>ea, contain, neither r.eomm.ndationa nor conclu.lon. ot' EX.NO. 5063 CLARDY,B.S. DepOSltlOn^ 

your agency; It and Ita content* are not to be dutrlbuled outaide you— DsllSS 3~2A'~o4 

Olabdy Exhibit No. 5063 



336 



i 

i DL 44-1639 

I 2 

vjere as far as transporting the prisoner, OSVfALDj, to the 
I county buildl~3 and his knowledge of the security arrangements 
1 in the basement of the central police headquarters was stridHy 
; limited to what directions Lieutenant SMART had given him and 
i the other officers with him. 



As concerns the actual'-'shooting of OSV/ALD, he could 
think o;.- nothing additional to t'nat previously furnished the 
FBI and" in particular, he could recall hearing no comments 
or shouts of an unusual nature directly prior to the shooting. 
He heard OSV/ALD make no comments after the shooting. He 
personally did not see the actual '-shooting but observed 
RD3Y being taken into custody. R'>5 then assisted Detective 
McMILLON and assisted in taking RUBY to the fifth floor of 
police headquarters. After the handcuffs were taken off 
of RUBY and he was strip searched he asked him how he got 
into tl-^' building. RUBY replied that "RIO" PIERCE was driving 
out the driveway and stopped to talk to someone atwhich time 
he started down the ramp behind PIERCE' s ear. RUBY said that 
about half way down the ramp someone saidj, "Hey youo" and he 
"pulled my hat down a little lower and kept coming. He also 
reca3,led RUBY saying at the time he was subdued in the 
basement of the police department that "I'm JACK RUBY/' and 
he apparently did this so that the officers would know who 
he was. He also recalled RUBY saying at the time of his 
being searched on the fifth floor that, "If I had planned to 
kill OSV/ALD, my timing could not have been more perfect." 
He also heard RUBY mention at this same time that he had 
intended to get off three shots apparently in reference to 
the fact that he only shot OSWALD once. 

He personally did not require ar.yone he did not know 
to identify themselves during his assignment in the basement. 
He did not know of any unauthorized person who v;as permitted 
to enter the basement or anyone who may h&ve entered without 
having to show identification. He had not seen JACK RUBY 
for about 6 months previous to November 24, 1S)63. 

On Saturday, November 23 ^ 19^3 ^ he spent the entire 
day in the Auto Theft Detail office and had no occasion to 
see any of the activities In the police department. On 
iPriday, November 22, 1963, he was off duty. I'o his knowledge, 
he knows of no police officer who actually saw JACK RUBY during 
the weekend of November 24, I963* prior to the shooting of OSWALD, 

Clardy Exhibit No. 5063 — Continued 



337 



DL 44-1639 

1 

He personally has never worked In any capacity for 
RUBY and does not know of anyone presently connected with the 
Police Department or formerly employed b/ the police department 
who has worked for RUBY. He h:is known J^CK RUBY for the last 
8-10 years, having become familiar with lira in the line of 
duty. Ills knowledge of him, however, was very slight and 
he was r^ot even aware that RUBY owned th^ Carousel Club. 
The occasions that he would talk to RUBY and probJ^bly the 
occasion of his first meeting with him was when he was looking 
for individuals during the course of his investigations over 
the years. Ife also recalled that when h3 has been working 
the night shifts he would drinl<: coffee or eat at the B & B 
Restaurant near the police statloiji ij.pA h3 recalled seeing 
RUBY there on a niaraber of occasiohs over the years. This vj^s ■^ 
one of the only all night restaurants in downtown Dallas and 
it would be natural for a night club. operator to go there after 
closing his establishment. He also recalled on the last occasion 
he saw RUBY he approached him on ■che street and mentioned that 
one of tjie officer on the depart:tent h?d issued him a traffic 
ticket. He knows nothing concerning RUBY'S background, personal 
life, or political convictions. 

He had never heard of LEE HARVEY OSWALD prior to the 
Presidency's assassination and has heard of no connection between 
JACK RUBY and OSWALD.' 

Clardy Exhibit No. 5063 — Continued 



338 




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Clakdy Exhibit No. 5064 



339 




M^ 



FROiK 






PERIOD OF ACTIVE DLH 



14 Ocrte^MT 1956 



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IQ*?? 




Cole Exhibit No. 1 




Cole Exhibit No. 2 



340 



SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 

NOTICE OF CLASSIFICATION 



Cr^M KMM) (Mi. 

Selective Service No. | ) [ 
i been classified in Class ^ 



Approval not required 



□ C 



has 



..... (^Unnl 

19 ) by D Local Board D Appeal Board, 



I by vote of to 
(Show voU on app««l bo«H 

.19- 

(XHf of BmfllBC) 



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(M«Bb«r or elork of <oaa board) 



his aotice. la ftddttioo to 700/ Icfiilntioo Ccsttfccate oo 1 
It Qpoo (cqaM 10 MCboriitd oftcu 
Adiag oft£cr i^oo catenae cbc unm 
o nottfy Toar local bo«ni la wrtbiy ( l ) of cvcfy 
pbyskil coodiboo. and occD^fttMoal, atritoJ, 
mjlfuxy itJtus. u»d (2) of aay odwr fact vMch 



iMMT, to cany 

-—^ o yoor pcfwo 

at aJI tuna— to cxhtbrt k Qpoo (cqoeil lo aBlboriitd oftciala— to mr- 
lender it to your coamandiiig often i^on catenae cbc umed form, 

Tbe law requim tou to nottfy j 
diaittc in your adoreu. 
(aiBily, (kticndcDcy, and 1 
Bi^rt cbanfc yoor daniftcaboo. 
KM ADVICE. SEE YOUR GOVEKNMENT A^IAL AGBNT 



Cole Exhibit No. 3 



SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM 
NOTICE OF CLASSIFICATION 



Approval not required 



has 



Selective Service No. | )j 1 1 1 1 | 

beeti classified in Class ... (^Until 

19 -) by n Local Board Q Appeal Board, 



jl 
J by vote of to 

1 (Show rot* oa kpixal boud i 

, 19 



Q Pcesident 



(Mvnbor or elork 01 



(DaM of mailhx) 

Jht law requires you, subject to heavy penalty jar ftatdtion, to carry 
this notice, in addition to your Registration Certificate/^n your person 
at all times — to exhibit it upon request to authorized officials — to sur- 
render it to your commanding officer upon entering the armed forces.. 

The law requires you to notify your local board in writinjg (1) of every 
change in your address, physical condition, and occupational, marital, 
family, dependency, and military status, and (2) of any other fact which 
might change your classilication. 

FOR ADVICE, SEE YOUR GOVERNMENT APPEAL AGENT. 



Cole Exhibit No. 4 



341 




Cole Exhibit No. 5 



342 




Cole Exhibit No. 6 



343 




Cole Exhibit No. 7 




Cole Exhibit No. 8 





PERIOD OF ACTIVE DUTY 




FROM 




TO 




•toNATVnC OF INOIVIOUAL 




SIGNATURE Q»^EBTI^rt»fcOF#JM" ' J^P^ «•"' •»* »"*'' 




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Cole Exhibit No. 9 



344 



Combe St Exhibit :?099 



DL 44-1639^ 

y' "November 26, 1963 

"Mr. J. B. Curry ^ 
Chief of Police 

"Subject: aiootlng of Lee 
Harvey Oswald 

"Sir: 

"On Sunday, November 2k, I963, I was working 
regular hours of 8:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. In the Special 
Sex^lce Bureau, Vl«* Section. 

"At approximately 10:50 A.M., I was In the basement 
of City Hall near the Jail office. I was Engaged in conversation 
with Detective B. L. Beaty and Officer J, D. Hutchinson. 
We were approached by Captain 0. A. Jones. Captain Jones 
told us to remain In the basement nea* the Jail office. He 
further stated that all the other available officers In City 
Hall would be down Into the basement soon. 

"I overheard Sergeant J. A. Putnam reiterate his orders 
to the officer and the reserve officer working the passageway 
leading out of the basement Into the parking basement. He stated 
very emphatically to the officer that no one but police and press 
members with press passes were to be adi^ltted to the parking 
basement. 

"A short time later several officers and detectives 
came down from upstairs. Captain Jones took all officers out 
Into the passageway Just outside the Jail office. He told all 
of us that we were to form a line on each side of the 
passageway In order to make a lane for the prisoner Oswald to be 
escorted. He told some officers to get all the newsmen out of 
the Jail office booking room. He then cleared the passageway 
Immediately outside the Jail office. At this time Sergeant 
J. A. Putnam asked all the newsmen to move to the far side 
of the driveway, this being the side across from the Jail 
office. Captain Jones then told officers to keep the lines that 
we had and for officers to fall In behind and to keep newsmen 
from rushing In. 

"Beside the above listed officers, other officers that I 
pemember to be In the basement were: 

"R.L. Lowery #108l. Chief M. W. Stevenson #l6,T.D. 
McMlllon #1349, W.E. Chambers #108?, Sgt. P.T. Dean #882, 
L.D. Montgomery #1047, J.R, Leave lie #736. L.C. Graves 
#702, C.N. Dhorlty #476, Charles Qoolsby #1141, W.J. ^^ 
Happlson #579, L.D. MlU«r#1236, Cpt. P.M. Martin #397,^^^ 

CoMBEST Exhibit No. 5099 



345 



9u 



DL 44-1639 

"W. J. Cutchshaw #1111, Cpt . C.E. Talbert #463, Lt 
W. L. Wiggins #434, Chief Chas. Batchelor #11, Lt 
G. E. Butler #51, Lt. R. 2. Swain #531, C. W. 
Brown #759, Capt. J.W. Fritz #9. 

"I did not observe anyone that I knew who did not 
belong in the basement. Everyone that I saw were either 
^police or people I thjpiu^t to be newsmen. I did not observe 
Jack Ruby until Just second s before the shooting. 

"Respectfully submitted. 



/s/ B. H. Combe st #1148 

Detective, Vice Section 
Special Service Bureau" 

CoMBEST Exhibit No. 5099 — Continued 



346 




*"\_J> 



CoMBEST Exhibit No. 5100 



347 



( \ ,- . 

FDoJj (R.». i^-S9) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGA i lON 

-•rooo-f m... 1-j--. ,, f"[-t)l.f?Al. IMll'l Aij 01 IMV| S i m .a i tON J./V^ 



SI 



j^ n.t. I>^c. 4, 1963 



0/^ 




BILLY H. COLTBEST, Detoctive, Vlco Section, Special 
Services Bureau, Dallas Pol Ico Oopartwont, was advised at 
the outset of the interview that he did not have to nako a 
statement, that any statement he did nake could be used 
agains.t hiia in a tourt of law and that he hz<d the right 
to consult an attorney prior to making any statemont. He 
furnished the following information: 

He advised he resides at 2803 Linhaven Drive, 
Mesquite, Texas, home telephone BR 9-5304. 

On November 24, 1963, he vas assigned to his 
regular day shift and reported to the Central Police 

Headquarters at 7:00 a.m. He advised he was wearing 

civilian clothes during his entire tour of duty that date. 

After handling some of hfe routine work, he left the Special 

Services Bureau with Detective B. L. BEATY and Officer J. D. 

HUTCHINSON who are also roeznbers of the Vice Section. 

He and Detective HUTCHINSON had coffee at the coffee shop 

of the White Plaza Hotel across the street while Detective 

BEATY renained in the bas^-^jnent of the Police Department 

in the vicinity of the Jail Information Desk. After having 

coffee, he and HUTCHINSON returned to the Police Department, 

entering the basement through tbe Harwood Street entrance 

and there met with Detective BEATY. They waited there 

for some time to see what was going on, and at about 10:50 a.ni. 

were approached by Captain O.A. JONES of the Forgery Detail. 

He asked them if they wo^ild remain in the basement as they would 

be needed to help with the transfer of the prisoner, LEE 

HARVEY OSWALD. He had been aware, through conversation in the 

Police repartment, that OS?/ALD would be transferred to the 

County Jail on the morning of November 24, 1963; however, he had 

received no assignment in this matter from the head of the 

Special Services Bureau. 

Several of the officers joined the group near the 
Jail Information Desk, and Captain JONES then directed thea to 
the passageway leading from the Jail Office into the parking 
basement. They were given orders to form a line on either 



"-- — - - — -■ ■ - c^^r 

on 12/2/63 Dalla?., Texas Pi,. # DL 44-1339 

JOE^I E. DALLllAN & 59^=^i3 

B; Spociol Agon, S "' R. NEIL QUIGLEY/csh ^^^^ ^.^^^^^^ 12/3/63 

bv S?-c'fTl A.-P.-.t _ . A?^ ■ ■ 

Thia docBBMnl coolalaa ii*lth«r racomnwndatlona nor conclusions o( ifll^HlBHHHHBHBiHIHIHBHBiH^^HIHHIHl^k 
ro«f aqancyj U and Ita eoaUata or* aol to b« dUUIbutsd oulald* youi _,_ „ _, „, ^^^„,w- 

.,,,-.-..,.-,...,..,,,,. ,..,,,.^„,. .,Jx.No.5101 CCMBEST,Wm.H. Depositioa- 

V -...:._.•.-.-....... .,, Dallas 3-26-^ 

CoMBEST Exhibit No. 5101 



348 



DL 44-1639 
89-43 

side of the passagovvay so th'^t OSWALD could be escorted 
through that aroa to \7hai:ever VGhiclo had been arranced 
for his transportation to the County Jail. They wore ordered 
to keep the members of the pro; r, bJick and specifically 
Inst-ructed not to allow thcin to fall in behind OiJV/ALD and the 
escorting officers when they passed. 

He recalled that there were some reporters in the 
public area of the Jail Office Booking Room, and someone 
made the decision to clear them out and to clear the passage 
of nonpolice personnel. T);iey were moved to the far side of the 
driveway to the garage area. Ka also overheard Captain JONES 
and Sergeant J. A. PUTZTAU ask the members of the press not to 
ask OSWALD any questions when he w^s to be brought out. He 
also recalled orders being passed to search all vehicles at the 
basement garage and he personally observed Officer DAVID PATE 
locate a police shotgun in one of the police cars and saw 
him unload it and carry it back to the Jail Office, 

It was approximately 15 minutes from the time he 
was ordespd to stand guard at the passagev/ay until the prisoner, 
OSV/ALD, was brought down from the jail. His post was at the 
inside corner of the corridor leading from the jail to the 
ramp leading to Commerce Street. A few moments before OSV/ALD 
was brought out of the elevator he heard someone say "OSWALD'S 
coming" and everybody there got ready. The first one to appear 
was Lieutenant SV/AIN who walked down the passageway to the ramp. 
He overheard Captain FRITZ ask if everything was "okay", 
and Lieutenant SWAIN answered in the affirmative. Captain FRITZ 
then le^ the way with Off icer LEAVE LIEon 03'.7ALD* s right and 
Officer GRAVES on OSV/ALD's left. This gasap had just started 
the turn toward the Coiajnerce Street ramp after leaving the 
passageway from the Jail Information Desk area, the group, 
therefore, being directly in front of him, when he suddenly 
observed JACK RUBY moving forward directly toward OSWALD from the 
garage side, of the pasp.agcway iseith a pistol in what he believed 
was his left hand. He also noted that the newsmen surged 
fonyard at this time, some with microphones thrvist forward, 
from the area of the Main Street ramp. The only person who 
obstructed hfe view at that time in any way was Officer 
LEAVELLE. He^ was conpletely taken by surprise by RUBY's 

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presence and action and because it inppenod go fast, he was 
unable to xuake any roovcment to prevent RUBY frora rushing 
direct^/ up to OSVrALD. RUBY apparently fired the pistol 
as soon as ho thrust tho^voapon Into OSV/ALD's fstoniach. 
Upon recogizing RU3Y and seeing what he va3 sifcout to do, 
ho said to hiro "JACK RUBY, you r5on-of-a-bitch, don't." 
As best £3 he could recall, RUBY had what could be 
dorcribed as a determined look or griaace on his face, and he 
could recall RUBY making no stater:cat in conjunction V7ith his 
action. The next thing he knew. Of f icer LEAVHJ^ who was hand- 
cuffec' to OS"JALD, was bendJrig over OSY/ALD who was lyine: 
on thw floor. He asked LEiJ/EIE ./hat h© could do, and LEAVELLE 
said "Y/e should gethim out of hero the best we can." They then 
took him to the Jail Office Booking Roosi, and he removed the hand- 
cuffs connecting OSWALD and lEAVEILE and also the handcuffs 
which joined OSWALD'S hands. OSV/ALD groaned and was apparently' 
consciovis, and he asked him if he had anything to say. v 
OSWAID looked at him in such a f ajshion that he apparently 
understood his question but nerely shook his head slightly 
as if to say "no." He then lifted up 03^1 AU)h shirt and 
noted a bullet hole on his side and his first impression was 
that the bullet had passed directly through his stomach and 
that he was not badly h\irt. He then, however, felt the 
bullet just beneath the surface of the skin on the other side 
of OSWALD'S stomach and realized that he was probably in 
serious condition. He did not see any blood and assuaoed that 
"ttswound at the point of entry had possibly been seared. 
A few moments later, the ambulance arrived to take OSWALD 
to the hospital, and he then went back to his regular duties. 

As concerns the security precautions in the basenent 
of the. Police Headquarters, he recalled th'Sit Sergeant PUTNAU 
had stopped one of the female civilian employees who works 
behind the Police Information Desk from leaving that area when 
she had atter^pted to go out and sumnon police officers who had 
received telephone calls. He also recalled that PUTITAII told a male 
civilian employee who works behind the Jail Booking Desk- 
to stay behind the counter and not to go into the hall or passage- 
way area. He also recalls that everybody that was not recognized 
as being associated with the police department had to show 
appropriate identification to the officers in the basement. 
In particular, he recalled a reporter, JIM STANDARD, fsm the 
Daily Oklahoman in Oklahoma City who did not have a press 
card. He asiced STANDARD for identification, and STANDARD 

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shov;ed'hira a Blxio Cros3 Hospitalization Group Policy card 
and a gasoline credit card, both reflecting he vas associated 
with the Daily Oklahcr.rmi . He also frisked STMTDATJ) to raako 
sinre he was not arwo'ia and after aS'king Captain TALBEUT if the 
identification was sufficient, STAIIDAHD vxxs allov;od to rcnain 
on the ccene. To his knowledge, no unauthorized individuals 
vere allowed in the baseacvat and even the civilian enployea who 
parks the cars in the basonent was not allo"f7ed to r&main in 
the building. He personally recalled asking several individuals 
who T.'oro incpbcrs of the press for identification, which they 
exhibited to his satisfaction, but he could not recall who they 
were. He oatiruated that there were about 70 press personnel 
in the vicinity during the tiro© the above related incidents 
took place. -The only nonpolic© personnel who were allowed in 
the area of the Jail Information Desk were a couple of photo- 
graphers who took photographs of the ©levator coming down fzom 
the Jail, and they were not allowed to follow the prisoner 
out through the passageway to the rr.rap. Only police 
officers were positioned on the inner wall leading from the 
area of the Jail Information Desk to the Commerce Street 
ramp. 

He first mot JACK RUBY when he was assigned to the 
Special Services Bureau over four years ago. As part of his 
duties as a Vice Officer, he checked the Vegas Club and the 
Carousel Club for possible violations of City ordinances. 
He described these as being routine vice checks, RU3Y 
naturally made hiisself aware of the presence of any police 
officers, especially vice squad officers, who entered his places 
of business becaijse he apparently tooke;rery precaution 
not to violate any laws which would result in the revocation 
of his licenses. He did not develop any friendship with RUBY 
as a result of his work, but merely knew him on the same basis 
as any vice officer would as a result of checking such 
establishments. He also visited one of RUBY's clubs 
on a social basis with his wife on a few occasions but 
only recalled one occasion when RUBY was present and recognized 
him as being a police officer. . 

He never knew of any of the officers working 
for RUBY, either before or after they left the police 
department. He did recall, however, that an individual i)y the 
name of NEV7&1AN (first name unknown), who was formerly the 
District Supervisor for the Texas Liquor Obntrol Board, 

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had worked for RUBY at the Theater Loun.Ee. NEVH-IAN terminated 
his employment with the State about a year and a half 
Ego > and it would have possibly been about that time he 
started workinjj with RUBY. 

Prior to November 24, 1963, ho had cot seen RUBY for 
six to ieight weeks. The last tiroe he saw him vzs during a 
routine check of his clubs in Dallas. Kg did not see RTJ3Y at 
any time during the weekend of the 24th of November other 
than the e:i:act moment when RUBY lunged forward and shot 0ST7ALD. 
He personally made it a point to stay away from the Third 
Floor of the Police Headquarters during the time OSWAID was in 
custody there. Ho did recall that Lieutenant J. R. GILUORE 
had told him some time shortly after OSV^ALD was shot that 
GILi.IORE had recalled possibly seeing RUBY outside of the Police 
Showup Room in the basement of Police Headquarters on Saturday, 
November 23, 1963. 

Ho does not knov/ anything about RUBY's personal 
habits, political convictions or associates. He does know 
that RUBY was conscientious ii the operation of his busines3 
and made it a point to make friends v/hereevcr he could. It was 
his understanding that RUBY was very careful not to bo caught 
in th violation of any lav; that would result in the closing of 
his c^lubs because it was obvious he was "always after the 
money," He never recalled seeing RUBY at the City Hall or 
Police Department at any time other than on November 24> 
1963. He knows of no relationship between RUBY and LEE HARVEY 
OSWALD and never recalled seeing OS'JALD or hearig anything 
concerning him prior to the President's assassination. 

As concerns the identity of police officers that he 
observed in the basement area of the Central Police Headquarters 
on November 24, 1963, he could recall no one in addition 
to the list of officers that he furniaied to Chief of Police 
JESSE £. CURRY in his written statement made to Chief CURRY 
dated November 26, 1963. 

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FD-acr.cR.v. 1-2S-601 FL-iRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

Data November 29. 1963 

:.:r. CUr.TIS la VERIJE CRAFARD, also known as Curtis LaVerne 
Craford , Larry, C.L. and Saoliy, was located at the cabin of 
ROY PAIillS in rural Antrim County, I.Iichigan. He v;as visiting 
his cister, Ih-s. CORABELLE IlIGERSOLL. This individual 
voluntcrvou ^he following information: 

Eo was bnra at Farwell, tlichisan, on H^rch 10, 1941, 
raised in Llichigan'' and California, until his family moved to Dallas, 
Oregon, in 195G. The family were fruit harvest people. In 
• -.optembcr, 1958, he enlisted in the United States Army and served 
until ITovcnber, 1959, when he was sivcn a general .discharge under ^- ^'c ^^^/y 
honorable conditions. Ee married MiLVJl JEAII JiSAirx^EY, 'June -16; -2- ^ 
1962, and she v/as from Dallas, Texas. He first went to Dallas, ,. 
Te::as, in Llarch, 1963, to attempt a reconciliation with his wife', 
but finally they separated in June, 1963, as his wife was a 
lesbian. 

During AujuO'Oa* 19S3, he Et:-rted to work with a carnival 
and followed this work, which accounted for his being at the 
Texas State Fair in Dallas, Texas, on or about October 15, 1963. 

He Joined a carnival show which v/as named "How Hollywood 
Makes Llovies." This was run by a BOB CRAVEN, of Eoliycccd, 
California, and he performed the duties of a roustabout. He lived 
in a tent on the fairgrounCs and stayed with this show and another 
shov/ which was a rcc^ and roll outfit until the fair closed on 
approximately October 30, 1963. 

During the time he was employed with the "Eov/ Hollywood fy^ 
Llakes Movies", he ascertained that JACK RUBY had approximately 
,0150.00 invested and on or about October 21, 1S63, at closing 
time, he v;as introduced to RUBY by a "DEEK" I.IILES, another one 
of the backers. He saw RUBY two or three times during the Texas 
State Fair, as RUBY would check on the progress of the show. 
When the fair closed aboSt the end of October, 1DG3, RUBY hired 
him to tear dov/n the stage and take it to the CaroOsel Club in 
Dallas, Texas. He worked with a man named EOV/ARD (Last Name 
; Unknown), a Negro, who had been employed by RUBY f6r approximately 
IS years. After completing this Job, RUBY asked him to stay at 
the club and work for room and board, Ke had the room in front 
of RUBY'S office. This would be approsimately November 1, 1963. ' 

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Ex. No. 5226 - CRAFARD, C. L Depostion 

Washington, D.C. ^-10-6-; 



On 11/28/63 Bellaire. Michigan File ft T^etroit 44-563 

SA THEODORE'S. KRAI.IER / MOS n . j- . . j 11/29/63 
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His job at- the Carousel Club consisted of being a 
handyman, clean ujs man, part- tine bartender and ;ilflo sinswering 
the telephone. It was his duty to t:;ke dcwn nzaues and addresses 
of people calling the club for RUBY, IcUBi r^in ailmost an ad 
every day in the local paper for waitresses and performers. He 
r^ also had *iii^ financial interest in a Twist Board Compsiny at 

^^J^:- Fort V/orth, Texas. Telephone calls in a number of twenty to 
'-t- '• forty would be received daily and these calls were placed in a. 
stenographers notebook, which he ke^t on RUBY's desk. 

The-jonly^Odd—incident concerniirtg teS,'ephoae calls was 
t,hat_j:b out three or fo ur time s ^_day during the time he was at 
the clubp a call would come in and~the~iaaLa~would~aisIc~if~MrT^UBY 
was there. If RUBY was not there, the man refused to leave his 
name end on every occasion during this period of time, it was 
the sane person who called. He brought this to RUBY's attention 
on numerous occasions and RUBY told him to forget about it; 
however, RUBY was not alarmed. 

CRAFARD would stay at the club and eat his meals at 
the Eat Well Cafe and the drugstore across the street from the 
club. IJoney for these meals was taken from the cash register. 
RUBY also purchased his clothes from the Good Will Store and 
gave him some spending money. ■ ' 

RUBY had att apartment with an S)ndlvidual named GEORGE 
(Last Nsme Uaknown) , who sold Christmas cards and worked part time 
on the door at the cl£'b. He did not know where RUBY's apartment 
was located, but had fhe teSiephone number, WH. 1-1050. 

He would see RUBY every d.y for about one to two hours 
and this usually occurred between 12:00 EM and 3:00 g'M, at the 
Carousel. Other than th^at, ^RUBY would telephonically contact him 
alrlio^t^eveify ' 'hour "f or '-&^y' call's. ' Ee hjts no knowledge where RUBY 
spent his time outside of the club. Usually, RUBY would then 
return to the club at about lO'jOO P;.. each evening and stay until 
closing time, which was 1:3P AM during week days and 2:00 AM 
on the weekends. 

He stated RUBY trusted him and he would handle TnJisnstpre 
^ra:'$300.00 to $400.00 daily; however, ANDY ARMSTRONG or 
ALEXANDER, the Assistant Manager and bartender, would handle the 
money until Midnight and, thereafter, he would close up. 



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Most of the time at about 5:00 PM, RUBY would call 
in from his home and, if needed, he told him he would be 
avail2.ble there until he cajne to the club later. Ee said most 
of the affairs of the club were handled by ARlISTRCNG, who 
performed paper work, etc., and this individual was with RUBY 
for approximately nine years. 

Continuing, he satid that on a fev? occasions during the 
d:.ytine, he would accompany RUBY around the Dallas area. He 
recalls one di^y, time unknown, that RUBY went to various companies 
in regards to the purchase of a s&fe for the club, as RUBY had 
the habit of carryijig all his money in his pocket. On another"" 
,:;ccasion, approximately three weeks ago, he went with RUBY when 
RUBY checked about some sound equipment for the club. This was 
at an electronics conipaiay in about the 2200 or 2300 block of 
Elm Street. They were there lien or fifteen minutes and did 
not purchase anything. Oa. this occasicn he, CR-\FARD, was wearing 
a suit and he feels they were there it ab -ut SsOO PM or 4:00 P)M. 
He said th; 
equipment, 

right and left-ha:id sides in between ^ counter and a stairway 
that went to a storeroom on the seocr-d cloor. He related that ^^ 
most of ruby's time at the club w&s &i cnt talking business and '^ 
he had the habit of always telling the e.-nployees who they could - ^ (W- 
talk to. RUBY was somewhat oiiispoken, had a qiiick—temper and ^ I ' 
when mad would use l oud laflgu age in his relations witli the ^ 
employees. 



ne leexs xney were xnere a.x au -at, ijuu t"A or ^:uu i-na, 
it when they entered the pl.^-ce of business, the electronic 1 
speakers, public address syster.s, etc., were on the i 



On Novenber 17, 1963, he recalls telling RUBY that he 
would desire to cease his employmerit there on the 18th. Ee said 
that RUBY then told him he would put him can a salary and 
persuaded him to stay indefinitely. CRAFARD said he was not 
^too fond of the wsrk and was not busy ensjugh at the club. He also a 
said RUBY had a .38 caliber revolver which he kept in a money z' ) 1- '\\ 
sack locked in the trunk of his car. He said thait when trans- (— ^ 

porting money, RUBY kept his money in the truak with the revolver 
and always kept the revolver with bin when moving money, i'^ / c^^'^/c-^ 
, , ,. . ■' .t / ;r tii'i-/.</ The /fc-'i-f^'-''^ "' ''■■ "'"/'''/ y 

In regards to RUBY's temper, he said that one night, i -^ ^ 
approximately November 14 or 15, 1963, RUBY was having trouble | 
with an M.C. , EARL ?JORMAN at the Carousel and about 1:30 AM 
he, RUBY, sent CRAFARD out to the car to get the gun. That was 
the only time he ever handled RUBY's g:un and on that occasion 
did not take it out of the sack. .He said that the g:un was 
believed to be the property of HOWARP7~T Uo Nem o eii n» lag £e. ^ ^ , 

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On I^C'Vember 20 ^ 1963, he recalls RUB'' co-iirg in at 
approxini.tely 4:00 or 5:00 in the hiter^icoz tsd requesting CRAFARD 
to go v;ork at the Club Vegas. RUBY stayed it the CiJ-cusel until 
approximately 6:30 PI.I. ANDY, the birter.der, wa^s there, ilon;^ with 
CGRGrD, ruby's rcc-rairiate. At the li,t\r:^ tirae, R'337 returned to 
^•, .his hozie s.nd cixie back to the club t.t &b:.ut 8:00 Pil, v/hen he 
.•:* trjiHspo; ted CRAFARD to the li'lub Ve^as. Tnit eve-i.Lg, he called 
three c^-^ four tii-es in re^jirds to the crov^d «.r:d lira, EVA CPJ.'^Ti:, 
ruby's sister, also called in regards to the crowd. At closing 
time, which was 2:00''ALI, RUBY cilled i,~d sa.id he would be la'ie as 
the "law was at the place" and LiTTijE 'LTH^g o~e &f the strippers, 
was sick and he had to take c&re of her. He waited there until 
approximately 3:45 Ali, at which tiae KL3i' laQt hi:a siinid they hjid 
breakfast at the Luc&s B tnd B Restaur tr-t, next dO'sr to the 
club. On this date, RUBY wiS acec:7ip&r.:led by a girl SiJined GLORIA, 
v.'ho did not v/ork &t the club itnu who wms tbout 22, white female, 
5'G", 125 pounds, blond ha,ir. This girl would be k^Sffn to 
IL'.RGIE (Last Name U-kncwn) , wtitress at the C^^rousel. He said 
•that RUBY returned him tc the Ci r' -'••.:. el a.t approximately 
4:30 AM, on November 21, 1963. 






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On November 21, 1963 3 c*:/ied the cliib ro wake him 
up at about 11:00 AJfJj, and then c ^..o ^n later in the afternoon, 
sometine betweer. 12:00 a,~»d 3:00. A^-jDY was at the club it this 
tir.;e and he recalled there waS a winar:, alojig with her husband, 
who desired a job. Thereafter, P.UBY left «,ad later in the after- 
noon called him again to go to the Vegis *.s the bartender. At 
about 7:30 PM, RUBY picked ^im up aad took hia to the Vegas Club, ^ '(X 
and he did not see RUBY again until approximately 2:30 Alio af-Ser ^ 
closing, at which time they again had breakfast at the Lucas B and 
B, returning to the Carousel at absut 3:30 ot 4:00 Ail. 

On November 22, 1963, he said he was awakened by ANDY, (yC^ xj}''''^ 
the bartender, at 11:30 AM;, by way of teiephojLe. Ee then ^-*\* ^ 
dropped back tc sleep and shortly after 2'i^.on, AJ^Y car^e to the (y" pf~ 

Club, personally wcke him up and stated that the President had \C<^' 
been shot. He had not heard froji RI)3Y previously that date ,v>^x^ 
and at about 1:30 Pil, RUBY came i:ito the club ar^d said the club C^^^^^^ ->' 
would be closed that night and the entire weekend. He told 
AITDY to notify the personnel and, thereafter, called the paper 
and pjlaced an ad to that effect. CRAFARD said that he was much 
surprised by this action as the club could not financially stand 
to be closed and it was strictly his opinion that RUBY did this 
as a gesture to make good will on behalf of the ^blic. After 

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thi;.t RUBY snid that he was going to his sister's home and 
asked CRAFARD if he desired to accompany him, which offer was 
refused, 

RUBY left the Carousel at about 3:30 PlI, being descr'ibed 
by CRAFARD as "pretty well shaken up." They knew at that time 
there was an arrest of a suspect, but he cannot recall the nane 
of any person being mentioned; however, the name of TIBBITS, tbe 
policei^an, was mentioned and RUBY said he was acquainted with him. 
Upon, leaving, RUBY was what CRAFARD termed .being emotionally 
■disturbed. He told CRAFARD to call llrs. GRANT'S home before he 
want to dinner and upon his return. This was mot an ordinary 
request and CRAFARD had no knowledge of RUTiY's reason, 

' RUBY then came back to the club or called CRAFARD 
about 7:30 PLI that evening. He did not discuss the assassination , 
he did not mention being at the police department or anything e-^se. 
He just wanted to check in regards to telephone calls. He did not' 
see RUBY again until the next day. 

On Saturday morning, November 23, 1963, at about 
5:30 AM, RUBY called him and told him to meet him downstairs with 
the Polaroid camera and some film. RUBY was very excited and, 
in a matter of minutes, & telephone call was received from the 
fellow at the All Wright Parking Lot, telling him that JACK was 
there and to hurry up. VHien he got to the car, GEORGE, RUBY's 
roommate, was also there and they drove out on the Stemnions 
Freev/ay, where RUBY showed him a sign "Impeach EARL WARREN." 
On the end of this sign it said for further information write 
Post Office Box 1744 or a similar number. 

RUBY instructed him to ta.ke three pictures of the sicjn ■ .. 
and they then drove to a waffle shop near the Carousel for coffee, 
RUBY and GEORGE were talking about the sign and the Post Office 
Box and they had ^very little conversation concerning the 
assassination. RUBY then dropped CRAFARD off at the club at 
6:20 AM and said that he and GEORGE were going down to the 
Post Office to look at that Post Office Box. CRAFARD said that 
he v/us completely puzzled, as EARL WARREN wcs unknown to him. 
This was the last time he saw JACK RUBY. He also recalled that 
while being at the waffle shop on Commerce Street, RUBY vas 
reading about LEE HARVEY OSWALD in the newspaper. He, at this 
tine, did not express any previous knowledge or acquaintance 
with this individual and he (CRAFARD) had never, to the best of 
his knowledge, heard RUB7 or anyone else at the club previously 

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nentio: .v;thls name. He said that It seemed odd to him that RUBY 
v/as more escited about the EARL WARREN sign than about the 
assassination. RUBY, at this time, made no threats or other 
coin.-nents concerning OSWALD. 

* After being dropped off at the club, CRAFARD called 
nUBY at approximately 8:00 AI.i, at RUBY's apartment and told 
RUBY that they needed food for the three dachSltJ^TinSTl that were kept 
at the club. CRAFARD said that RUBY berated him for waking him 
up and he then decided to pack up and leave the club as he did 
not v/ant to take any other verbal abuse. He did not say anything 
to anyone about leaving and Just packed his clothing, left the 
club, at:. about 12:00 Noon that date and started hitchhiking north. 
He proceeded north on 77 to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and on to 
Clare, liichigan, where he arrived on llonday, November 25, 1963» 
at about 9:30 PH, at the home of a cousin, CLIFFORD ROBERTS. 
Kis main reason for coming north was to recontact his sisterr. 
who had hot "written him for some time. He had no other 
explanation for his hasty departure, but said that it is Just 
the way he does things, > 

Returning to RUBY, he said that he can never recall 
this individual making any statements concerning revenge on 
OSV/ALD. He, CRAFARD, saw/RUBY'.^ picture in the newspaper the 
cay after his arrest and sa4^3^hat he never saw OSWALD in the 
Carousel or Vegas Clubs and he definitely knows that he never 
took this name down from a telephone call. He said that he ---^-^^ 
first found out that OSWALD had been killed on November 24, 1963,7 
at about 8:00 PM, and did not know RUBY was responsible for it ^ 
until Llonday, November 25, 1963. 

In regardq to RUBY's contacts, CRAFARD said that most 
of then were recorded in the stenographer^ notebook on the desk 
' and, that the only other^ones would befMICOY/RYAli], V7ho was a 
(bartender in_a gun club located in Daa<las7\/He termed RYAN as 
a^very close friend. He cannot recall^UBY ever saying he 
had any contacts with the underfJorld, v^ci the only illegal 
'activit.jn:;that he could recall RUBY speaking abox^t'-was that each 
night at the Carousel, as a promotional stunt, t^ey- would have 
drawings and give away champagne to the ladies and Wilkinson 
swart edge razor blades to the men, RUBY stressed the fact that 
these razor blades were a blackmarket product and he had no 
knowledge from where they were obtained. 

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Concerainjj 'RUBT's relatioas with the police, CRAFARD 
said that n the average, two men in uniform would visit the 
club nightly at about 11:30 PM and receive free coffee.t 
CPJ^TArJi said that he had no knowledge himself of any Dallas 
•policGLien, but RUBY claimed to know the majority of men on the 
force. Ee said he was advised that off-duty policemen' could 
cone into the club without paying^ the $2.00 cover charge and 
that the ordinary price for beer and set ups was 60 cents and 
the policemen were to be charged 40 cents. He knows of no 
.police contacts on RUBY's behalf, but said RUBY did l^eep a police 

^T^card in the cash register at the Carousel with a name, unknown 

;' to him, on it. 

Another close friend of RUBY's was a BILL WILLIS, 
who is the drum player at the Carousel. 



Ho said at no time did RUBY ever demonstrate -any ^ 
honosoxual tendencies and that he specifically recalls on one C^ f ^ 
r\ occasion an individual, who was a female impersonator, made a 

V ' request for employment at the club and RUBY became infuriated 

and stated that type of act was repulsive. 

In closing, CRAFARD said that he intendo:!*; to stay >.ln 
the Bellaire, Michigan, area until Friday, December 6, 1963, and 
his address will always be known to Miss GALE EATON of Harrison, 
liichigan, and he will advise the Traverse City Resident Agency 
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation iy card of any moves. 

Several colored photographs were taken of CRAFARD and 
the following physical description was obtained from interview 
and observationi' 

Name CURTIS LA VERNE CRAFARD 

Aliases Curtis La Verne Craford, 

Larry, C.L. , Smoky 
Race White 

Sex Male 

Age 22 

Born March 10, 1941, 

Forwell, Michigan 
Height 5 '8" 

T/eight 150 pounds 

Hair Brown 

Eyes Brown 

Ceafakd Exhibit No. 5226 — Continued 



359 



DE 44-563 
8 



Coirplexion 
ScaVK 

Tattoos 

Education 

Occupation 

Social Secority ^Tasiber 

Parents 



Sister 
Sister 
Sister 
Brother 

Military Service 



Medium 

1" fc;cE.r calf of right leg; 

^" ,s<^ar center pf_^WPPjeiL>^lJ>fi. 

None 

11^ grades 

Liibortr and carnival worker*" 

511-56-S651 

HUGH «ir.d ALICE CRAFpRjp, 

1219 Birch Street, 

DitllAS, Oregon 

COiUBELLE INGERSOLL, 

Bellaire, Michigan 

VJORMA NEAL, age 18, 

Dallas, Oregon 

ALICE CRAFORD, 

Dallas, Oregon 

EDV/ARD CRAFORJJ, 

U.S. Army, 

ILos Angeles, California. 

U.S. Army 

RA 1962841, 

September 18, 1958, to 

November 10, 1959; 

general discharge under 

honorable conditions, 

not eligible for re-enlistraent ; 

discharged per AR-63 5-200- STN 

264 

Police Department, 

Findlay, Ohio, 1961, 

taking a minor across a State 

Line, no prosecution; 

Police Department, Dallds, 

Oregon, January, 1963, drunk 

and disorderly, fined $25.00 

&n6 three days. 

Separated 

WILMA JEAN TEANNEY CRAFARD^ 

ROBERT GERALD CRAFARD, 

born March 1, 1963, 

Dallas, Texas 

CRAFARD explained that his surnanio is CRAFARD rather 
tlian CRAFORD as is the rest of the ftiaily, because when he entered 
the Army, his name was misspelied CRAFARD and he has considered 
this his name ever since. 



Arrests 



Marital Status 

Wife 

Son 



Crafabd Exhibit No. 5226 — Continued 



360 



(. . L V ^YW'-t>iJ , . „„ „„„,, W<ONE LA8.477S 



^'lU aixo. _£a.No.5227 - CRAFARD,C.L. Deposition""" 
^ / „ Wa8hlngton,D.C. 4-IO-64' "" 

P^ /oJ, 

/^^ ...^«..^ / ^^^ ZA^r-- >^^"^'''^ 

//«l*/^ ■';^../^ "7^ ^/■^^'^^^^/^^V 

('M^^ J0 ^'9f^ ;^^^:^ ffj^tu^ (§7^^.^, 

Crafard Exhibit No. 5227 



361 



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Cbafabd Exhibit No. 5227— Continued 



362 




Crafabd Exhibit No. 522&-A 



363 







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Ceafakd Exhibit No. 5228-B 



364 



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Cbafabd Exhibit No. 5229-A 



365 



::rj:z.C'-s.\- "Tnr. 



SUBPOENA -Criinin.l Ci»«i- Lottl— F«r« JTl 



THE STATE OF TEXAS 

TO ANY SHERIFF OR ANY CONSTABLE OF IBE STATE OF TEXAS— ORBETINO: 

YOU AKE HEREBY COMMANDED TO SUMMON 

Ourtla L. Ovtford, Ocnrt Wmufj, 



L 



to personally appear before the Honorable Criminal District Court IfeaS of Dallaa County, Tsxaa, 

at the Courthouse in the City of Dallas, in Dallas County, on 4|BW|II5I!I the day 

of , 19 , at o'clock M.. then and there to testify as Witness in 

behalf of the^tole. Defendant, in a Cause pending in said Court wherein the STATE OF TEXAS 

is Plaintiff, and "W**, BHW . Defendant, 

and there remain from day to day and fnrni term toierm until discharged by due course of law. 

HEREIN FAIL NOT but of this writ ntake due return showins how you have executed the same. 

WITNESS My Official Signature, at Dallas, this 1® day of J^MTOh A. D. 19 ^ 




Cbafard Exhibit No. 5229-B 




Crafard Exhibit No. 5230 



366 





Crafard Exhibit No. 5230 — Continued 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX— —25 



367 







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Cbafard Exhibit No. 5230 — Continued 



368 



MARCH MM 

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MARCH 1N4 






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Muaoraste 



MARCH 1M4 


MARCH 1^ 









Cbafaed Exhibit No. 5230 — Continued 



MARCH 1M4 









MARCH 1M4 



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tetnrter >• 



MMnoraate 



ADDRBS8BB 



ADDRKMOS 






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Crafaed Exhibit No. 5230 — Continued 



ADUKE8UBS 




ADUKKSSES 



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CKNEKAl. rmST AID DlltKCTIONS 

WOL'NDS »n ranUr lDlMt«d. but haMr<]i msjr o* 
reduced If |&« tulk>wlri( auMatluu ari obaervad; 

(1) Do Dol u>ucb vlU) hftiida or ouo-«trrtl« mslrrUI. 

(2) I)o uot »wh » Itti Kwp knd water I3j If dlrtr - 
etakOM with rubblac aicohol (4) If fre«ax 

]•«»« or 
or Kill) 1 JKBAO- 
ilM. (5) Apply 3 '-, lodio* or •IrolUr ■'Irriniluc 
•(•ot. let dry. tbeo oovrr » lin itenlr f *uir <lr««ln( 

FRACTURES c»n (eoerally be dl«tlti«uUti«l from 
apraiof by the fullowlQf : (I) Palo uid tendrrnen 
(2) fartlAl or cotaulrte \um of um (3i Deformliy 
may be pronouDoea or vrry tllf ht 14) Bwellinc and 
diacoluratloa — frequently not praent for MvrraJ 
boura (5) Sroiie of iratinf with tnodoD (6) iDmrn- 
pound rractuim. bone may or may not t>ri>trude 
tbroufb akin »ound CAL'TKJN: If fracture ii lua- 
pfcted. handle with fiireme care, u large nervfa 
and blood v.j*t\g run rloee to bone* and may be cut 
by tbarp pdxea Alicay* tpllnt before muvii^. 

BLEEDING obould b« cheeked a« rapidly a< poa- 
Blble IxAjaeo clothloc and keep peraon warm wlib 
external beat. <ilve do atlmulaot until bleedln* can 
be checked. CAUTION: Tourniquet*, when ap- 

filed abould be looMned for abort lDt«rval( every 
S miDutca. 

SNAKK BmSi Cut X about H Inch deep where 
taoga eoterad Hub to that polaon may be waabed 
awaj by blaadloa. Apply tourniquet betireen wound 
aad heart, 4 to B loehai from wound. CAUTION: 
Do ikot five any aUmukurti. 

DOG AND ANIMAL BITES: Waab witb aoap and 
«>t«. aod mall t« doctor. I>o not bandace or bind. 

BURNE AND SCALOSi Cot dotblnc away wltb- 
o«t tmrtBt or puIUoc. Do not try to remove clotb- 
iMordtrtatuektobariMdam. Apply warm bakiof 
teataohithM (t to i b«a«(iif tabteapoona to l quart 
wtrm wM«t7 or Epwa litBi. Never une iodine on 
bunM. Co*«r bail wtth gkuM eompreaa. iModaca 
Ugbtir ud wrap tMIb la bteakata. 

ACID BURNSi WMh llbaraUy iHth water until 
eb«mla«l It rsBovod, tb«n tr«M aa otber burna. 



Ceafaed Exhibit No. 5230 — Continued 



371 



EMPLOYER NAME 
(Name of Company) 



EMPLOYER ADDRESS 
(Show number, street, city, and State) 



DATES WORIvED 




LAST EMPLOYERregordless of state 



^STEH 



Address where 
work performed 



V'^ 6 



/-<-^ y <> 



Address where 
payroll records 
are kept 






Reason for Separation 

Lack of work 

Other* □ 



NEXT TO LAST EMPLOYER 



Address where 






Name worked 

(If dlfTerent) 



unde r S ,^ ,^^^ ,- 



LOCAL 
Z MAILING 
ADDRES3 




(No.) X (St. or Rural Routs) 



ale Q Female 



No. of dependents- 



IC'<'')'^^f 



5. SSA No. 

[g^ □ UCFE 






UCX □ New CB-TtddlUonal 
6. Liable SUte / <r "^ // A \ 



7. Actual date claim taken 



8. Backdating 

requested to . 



- -J 7 



/J 



Explain In 
Itam 24 



9. Date of last claim (any type) ^_/ , ( T "" >>- ; 
against above liable State '■ ^: — •~' ' 



10. Local ofTide 



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(Numbw Aiid-^treet) 



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Other 
occupation 



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(Give JOB TITLE and, If known, the code number as shown on your Identification card) 



12. WORK RECORD: Show the Information requested below for all of your employers. Including any periods of self -employment, 
■> government and military service, during the past 24 months. 



EMPLOYER NAME 
(Name of Company) 



1 i-A, 



LAST EMPLOYER regardless of state 






J- '^H 



Address where 
payroll records 
'' are kept 



EMPLOYER ADDRESS 
(Show number, street, city, and State) 



Address where 
work performed 



A 



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DATES VVORIvED 



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Reason for Separation * 
I,ack of work (3 — ' 

Other' □ 



NEXT TO LASX.43MPLOYER 



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work performed 



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kept 



Reason for Separation 
Lack of work □ 

Other* . D 



Reason for Separation 
Lack of work Q 

Other* □ 



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Adddress where 
work performed 



Iddress where 
rroll records 
^re kept 



Reason for Separation 
Lack of work Q 
Other* g 



REMARKS 



Form IB- 1 
R»y. 1-«1 
Loultlant 19 



CLAIM BECOBO OABD 



Budiet Buruu No. «4.R1004.1 



Ceeel Exhibit No. 1 



372 



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Code asslgmmcnt 






Date claim 
filed 



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Week ending date 



XXi ^ m io E. Z. 



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LDES 417 to c. b. (i-iaim Inactive^ 



Creel Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



373 



Creel Exhibit No. 2 

rormlB-lS - Bod«€t Bbi^o No. 44-KJM4.1 

«:j,.';«°.„ interstate claim sxjpplement 

^j5j^^4 COMPLETE BOTH COPIES AND RETURN THEM ON YOUR NEXT VISIT ^ ^ 

^K^n' (USE BACK OF SHEET IF YOU NEED MORE EPACC FO^ ANY ANSJVGnV^ ^ , 7. Cy J^ "l j 

^1. Why did you come to this area? (^ ^^'^ .^C-^ J"-^ o^ Ji ^;,^,^4-g^ -r<^^ .^r- '^ <^ 
y 2. When did yon get hfrcl/J ^'Z/ z 3. How long do you expec; to atay here? ^<2~/^ ^/f^^ ^-^> ^^ 

4. What kind of work are you seeking? —/^^ 'o/V <^/^/9/y^ i^ At what wage? % — /3S~yy^ .' , 

5. What kind of work do ypu usually do? y^/fcf/p<^yTf^V/^^ r^, — r-j ■ . . 

6. List any other kinds of work you can do S./7//^y>/^ — . r^-ZV^^^/^ ^^rr — '^ —- — ^* ^ 

7. Do you expect to return to your last job? ._ _ -:-^- QTfes g-Jfo^ ? 

- If "Yea", when? If not, why no ;? — ; — . — '■— — '. 

8. Do you have a definite prospect for work with any other employer? _ QYes E-Ktf j 

If "Yes", date : Employer's Name _^ , x 

9. Have you ever been employed in this area? - D Yes \^!^so 

10. Are you working for anyone at the present time ? D Yes Sl^^^^ 

11. Are you self-employed or in business of any kind? _ D Yes D^ftT 

12. Areyouoranymemberof your household engaged in, or planning, a farming activity? D Yes l^pfo 

13. Is there any reason why you cannot accept a permanent full-time job at once, here or 

elsewhere (such as physical, health, home responsibilities, care of children, aged ^^ 

persons, or sickness in your family, receipt of a pension or social security) 7 D Yes (3^0^ 

14. Do you expect to obtain work through a union? D Yes 0/1no 

If "Yes", in what union, local and city, are you in good standing? ■. 



Q^ 



15. Do you attend, or plan to attend school? j. — D Yes _ 

16. Do you receive or have you applied for a pension or Social Security? _ _... Q Yes ^W) 

If "Yes", from what source : 1! — '— — : : — ^ :: '—^ i • 

17. What means of transportation do you have to get to work? f^^^' ^ / /</f/^^'r'£i<//P/i C>r^ 

18. To be answered by women only: 

(a) Are you pregnant? — ~ -■? D Yes D No 

(b) If you have minor children, give their ages : : 



I certify that the above answers are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. 
Date \^ijf^'0^^6,//((^ 




Ceeel Exhibit No. 2 



374 



c^^ 



Local Office Representative : Add comments, circle A or C, if C add number showing interview interval, 
and state reasons for code assignment; include statement reclaimant's prospects for employment in 
the light of local labor market condition; date and sign. 







stamp or write In local ofTlce address. If 
Itinerant point, show address. 



' ^--c-^r a^^ 



liocul office Repreaentatlve 



Creel Exhibit No. 2 — Continued 



375 



Ponn IB-14 
l{*v. 1-61 

LOUISIANA— 19 



INTERSTATE REQUEST FOR RECONSIDERATION 
OF MONETARY DETERMINATION 



Bwlf«l Bw«M Na. 44-R1004.t* 



JLl^-- 



//. OSVOALO 



...mi _^lV J13J 



LOCAL 
2. MAILING 
ADDRESS . 



7^y 3- 



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>'-'t.,iU 



J;. 



(No.) rS(. ot RbmI KpiiI*) 

A ..^ c-.^< - .'^ 



4. Uable »*ie 



Qiji mucFE aucx 



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). Monecuf dccemiiaitlaa data . 



(C«y) fZo«« Ne.i W»f) 

6. I Mqueic recooiidencioa foe the folloviog teaaoaa: 

I — I Employment in my bate period *• aoted below ,.w>c oAitied fyt iocoifeclly itated oa,my determmuloa^^ 

.. Employe. .),.,,_. ^ t^L.^H^^ -M'-v-'^^d^-n^c ^i::^^ /■'-.. J 



Name . 



^i^:--V^- ^ -,- — — J 

Addre.a whe,y y ,7 / <-^ _2. /^ > - -_^^ />-> >J-^ 

work performed i • . JT^ i, f ^ ^ ^ ' 



No. o< 
employeea . 



W) C^V 



Addresa where i 
recorda kept ^ 



I worked from 
Qtt. Wagea 
b. Employer 



0':^O'O 

19iiilat. Q |_IiLi 19iiil«iT5»-i--i± 19-2UrdQ» 19 4th Q | — \ 



Na 



Nature of 
: '^uasaeaa- 



Addreaa whore; 
work performed . 
Addreaa where 
records kept ___ 



Creel Exhibit No. 3 



No. of 
employees . 



I worked from . 



-through. 



Qtr. Wagea: 19 lat. Q t- 



19 2ndQ|- 



.. 19 3fdQI. 



. weeks for I _____ 
_. 19 4th Q I. 



c. Enter below any other iofocmatioo which may apply (a) other names under which worked; (b) other social security acceool 
numbers uaed; (c^ badge or clock number; (d) the employer's plant number; (e) name of the dipattmest; (0 occnpalion. 



.^>!f- I 



TZ 



y rj -^^ -j 7^' 7 



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I I WBA and MBA incorrect because . 

I I Other ^____— 



7, The aboTe facta are true to the 

best of my knowledge and belief Jta 



(C;aia«st'i Sl$matmnl 



8. Documents Attached fPl'Vea | 1 No 



Title aod Dat ; of 



9. Requeat filed 



If in peraon, enter date filed . 



ita/it^chfid , — _ 



If by mail, eater poatmark date _____ 
10. Dae L.O. stamp ot enter L.O. address and No. 

DIVISION OF EMPLOYMENT SECURrPf 
630 CAMP STREET 
itiner«.t NEW ORLEAHS 12, LOUISIANA 

Point Locatioa . 



luid receipt date . 



11. I certify that 1 haT(| Terified ^e 

olslfiaat'a social iecari^ ofobet. /y 



Ji iecority nnlDbet. A 



(CMmt BMmmiittr't Htmmlmrt) 



,f 




Distribncion: Original sad one to liable interatsterunlt; 
copy to etalmaat; copy foe agent state local vlfyfik. 



Creel Exhibit No. 3 



376 



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INTERSTATE CLAIM SUPPLEMENT 

Liable State- 



Binli!<l Bureau No. 44-11- lOOi;! "V 



^^^ .^.A3-^^.-t./3-^ s''^X' sy^;z. 



a. Your Last Employer? 

b. With another employer? 



□ 'Yeg g^'o 



□ 'Yes Q-'No 

»<* 
Q.Yes ta^No 

In which you'p 



If 'Yen' give date you will ntart to work and employer 



nhrr. name of Union and city. , 



a. If 'Ye.s'i^are you 

rcBlsliTed with the Local 
of your-<Jnlon here? 






a. What kind of work ilo you plAiT tq look for 



n to lool 



Creel Exhibit No. 5 

d ofwork you UHunTIy 



A^yyp P~o 



■■ "■•i»b. What Id thetorwrsl-'rate of pay yOti,irlir«<:cep 

— — • 4. a. How t!tt do you live from where "you /-;>^ 
_<„^„ m\et\UMn<i work? ^ . VVr ■"^ i 

' 6. Do you usually live nere? 



7. Do you 

a. Work for anyone now? 

b. Farm, live on a farm, 
work on a farm, or own. 
rent or control any farm 
land or livestock? 

c. Spend any time as self- 
employed or In buslnesa of 
any kind? 




□ 'Yea Q- No 
a 'Tea S-^o 



Tea ;Q*No 
) 



What was yDur wage on youi* last Job? $. 
vlll y ou travel to '^Jjd^^^y ^ -^ -J-j^^ ^ ^ 



^^S' 



If 'No', a. When did you gel here?, 
b. How long will you stay? 



^^ 



c. Why did you decide to come here?\^ 



If 'Yes', give dnte you last worked here nnd 



' If 'Yea', explain your activity, what hours of the day and how many hour* 
a day you spend at It. (If you plan to attend school, give name of achool 
ond expected starting date). ', 



* If 'No', state the reason you cannot accept work now. 



"o. Sick or disability beneflla"? ' □ 'Yes Q-" No 
b. Workmen'a Compensation □ 'Y^es gf No 



c. A pension? 

d. Social Security 



□ •Y'cs □ No 
n'Yes q/no 



a. Are you pregnant? 



□ •Yea □ No 

□ •Yea □ No 



If 'Yes', expected date of birth- 



If 'Yes', give their ages- 



care for them If you find work 
I certify that the foregoing answers are true and correct to the beat of my knowledge. 
Date <><^c4-. :^ ^ 



^" 



^^ yy. OS --J 



630 CA^-'lt' STREET ^;^ 

WtW ORLEANS 12. LOUISIANA 



CLAIMANT— DO NOT WRITE,JWELOW THIS LINEL. 



Re! son or IB-9 Code 



Creel Exhibit No. 5 



378 



>. ,^_;tS>^ CLAIMANT — DO NOT WHITE ON THIS SIDE 

11. FACT FINDING REPORT (U»e In lieu of IB-H when entries on the other side raise a potential Issue). 



..i^ 



I certify that the above is true and correct to the best of my lino\*Wdfre. 



Claimant's Signature 

12. EXAMINER'S STATEMENT (Describe local' labor market conditions relating to the claimant's occupation and wage demand. 
Comment on all entries on the other side of this form which affect claimant's reemployment or require clarification. Also evalu- 
ate statement In Item 11, If any.) 




Ceeel Exhibit No. 5 — Continued 



379 



mic»cnt rmt aooK 



■ACH TIMC vou i«Po«T~— • 

rAILURB TO 00 aO CAN OCLAV — * 

""^Acnoii OM voyn claim 







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.^:^^ 

^5" 



Creel Exhibit No. 6 



380 



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m^^i;sessfs&£:^s&iBjj&:s:Ji i 



iWlirfi 



INFORMATION FOR INTCRSTATC 
CLAIMANTS 

Thte boekUt cMtialiu InforaiaUaa ta^ortant 
to you »M aa Inicrvtat* rialaiut. tl eMt- 
talna a tcrord of irour r«porUac and la ro«r 
idi>ntiricallaD card la ralatUM lo yaar •lalm 
Alwajr* brtnc It with fou wltaa ravorttec. 

Werkara who iMva tk* Siala la which 
iliay prevleoaly workad ara iwrailttad la fU* 
clalma fr.r unamploraMDt laaaraac* la aay 
oihrr Blata. tha Diatrtct of CduiMa. or la 
Canada. 

LoaMaaa. wkara f*« •«• flUas ratir Hakai. 
la artlac aa Ika Afaal MaU far tba Staia 
a«aliut whirk you an tiliac iroar rlalSL. 
Tk* fcuia aaalfiif. arkick raa art fWac ta 
ralUd ika -IJabla" atata 

Intarmatlea jroa aakmlt tkraask r»ar l^oa- 
Islaaa acsa oftio will b* Irananiltltd to lk» 
Mala aralait wkk-k roa ara nUa«: aad fraio 
tkia Intomialloa aad that raatalavd la tkatr 
rcconla. tha mala acalmt wkick r<M ar> 
mint wUI arlarmlaa raar rllslMIItr for kaaa- 

nu. 

ir TOO RA>'B AWT QUB«TIONS CON- 
CERNINO IHrrRD<"T10N» IN THIi OOOK- 

l.^.r. <-i>:,'T vrT Y.uit aiika iit>i<-|; 
TlIB RBPRCSENTATTVS WILL m OLAD 
TU ANSWER TOUR QUESTION*. 

REOI8TRATION FOR WORK 

Yoa muat nttttrr for work wtlk lh» ara* 
etrira wkara yon fit* >ear claim. I— lalaaa 
maat eartlfir to tka Llakia Mala tkat yea ara 
ravUtarad tor work. 



WEEK OF WAITINO 
Uo,' Pia<« raqulr. ikat yaa -^U^ '^ 

I, 1 11^: x-t»r, b«.nia I«k-o»« »•>«"•■ ^W* 
,,..,, a tbat If Iba tlMlm aaalaal "»''<■ ^^ 
U c<«>p.oaat«l l«r Ik* flra. wa* far wfclok 
)..u dalm kaaaflta. 

MONETARY EUlOIBItlTV 

Tb* Uablr l>tata will 4.t*r»ia. ika kjaa- 

ifl--;j?.::«:^''T-k^'-'S2 

cli... dal- af !•» aka^a maat»aa^«^aa. 

^.".o.aaa.. w..» ro.j*:^ ^' ::^vii 

'•: \Li"» to tka Oalila Takar. TWa -ffl 
.„,| •»»* '• V!. oJluTT^o.4. .r. pt«i-rty 

^iii Dfo.* «f awuMaaca to yoa la ««al«ia« 

aair. of tk* paraoa at Ika taiaata' waa » 

yoar rlali>. 

AVAILABILITY FOR WORK 
All mat- T'~ »1"1,! '!iS,'^'?btr** 

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tralalac. f adaaattaa. Aai « i t li|,i,rmlnaUon will aorreally ,fwa "*o* «»• 
maaaa that yoa at* raady ta acoapi^aratton of lb* •ll»"«"»"'""^S5* "»?7,b2 _JA 
warfc at oaea wlikoat unraaaonaU* raiirtc ..n b* •all«fl»d. If you RKITJaB work ywu 
Uaa; ikat tkara ara do nrcaauutacaa. t^ar-.r* orrKBED la tba •r** **•'• ',?2i 7k^ 
aoaal or etkarwlaa. wbicb would »ra««at jaaliin*. a writt*« r«»>ort will k» ™™'"*?",J"J 
(rata iaint*dtatair accoptiac auiiabi* »ark. Labia itata wklch will a*«ann«a* »k »taaT 
Maei UaMa HUiaa r*qulra that a elaUuaai^aot you ara to ba dlaqaalltlad far rafa«aa 
•aka a rwuoaabla anort to find work (atL aeeapt oattakia work. 
kima^ll lo addlttoa tu bla ractairalloa forT 

;:'p^''«'yjir'"pUSi;;r^2!:ia':ra.*-o",k"?:! heportino lARNiNot 

yourMlf in tka *|>aca 
tlaoad Claim yoa rila. 
data raijulrad (or tkIa i 
dalm form to taniro 

aot dlaallowad. All BtaiM roqulr* tbat yoa ikarct4 «i>»- •— . ^.„ 

k* wllllBS to accat* aaiiab:* work la tka ^aaa* aa tfc*y ara mmr4 aad ■•» »' i 'IH IVL 
tocaUty wkcra you ara film* your etaUn al ga lh*y ara paid. PaB»a II ••*]• ". .'".*? 
tka provaillnir rat* of ^y and uadar warklB« kaaklal » r o» t d a a arkadala la aaairt yoa la 
ODadllloR* wbick prarall tbcra. If yoa kava feaa^laff a rarard of yoor (aratacn- 

baaa unabl* lo w«rk or noi avallakla |W _.»_ v.. sum 

work and yoa bacoma aratlabt* (or work. y«a DISQUALIFICATION FOR FRAUD 

amy r»-*>.tabliak your •ligibillty for boaa- ^^ oro»»da l»«al paaahloa tmr 

Mm by rriKirtms ibrM (act. lo tka Claim, i^*" ???'tbt"bfnrti.n.™ In^dal-Klr. 

— ..-. _.. _... ^,^ ttla tafommttaa U fiS^.l^^.r^ho ob,.inrt»-fl«. •• a 




Takar wbo wil 
tka Llakia SUta. 



DISQUALIFICATIONS 



A claimant . 

•f a (ala* atal-n'*"! •»' r*fr*.»aiatl'Mi. kaow- 
Inc It to b* fal**. ««■ kaowlnaly faila la m»- 
«oM a mai*rl»l fart, niay racHra aa ad- 
•ilntolratm l>»«alty by tka Llabl. ktata ar 
I( yoa QUIT yoar Job w If yoo ara DI»- tK*y k* |>rt»a«ailad oadar tka lawo at Lae- 

CHAIiOED BEXTAUHK OK MIOCU.NUUCT or fHaaa. 

If you »rm not worklnz b«:au».' uf a 1.A IHiR 5 

DIHPL'TE. you mar ba <tiaouaUfl«d for k*a*> j APPEAL INFORMATION 

(lu. Di»<ioalincailon» dlffrr. d.i«-ndio» opoa J _„.„ A-».*i»ina!loo laanad by a tllWi 

th. law of tb» Strni. you ar. (.IIb> aaalaat l ■""▼ datarmlnailoo tfw>« ."f.^.fT'.Tl 

and tha circumaiano-a Inrolvad. 

aaa«aa*d a dlaguallficatlon. you w 

flad In writlnc by tb. Uabl* 8ta 

wky yoa wara dlaquallflad. Tha dtavaaUtrli 

Par* 1* 




Creiel Exhibit No. 6 — Continued 



381 



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RKNEWINQ OR REOPKNINO YOUR 

CLAIM 

ranawtas ar» aaatttlaaa wkMk raaatra tkat 

raa tlK a rowval clataa (AMmaaal bu*- 

aiau Oalia. rana IB-I) t. la atkar wmtik 

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L Taa bo (a mm aa tva aMalMaa 



nUNQ FOR MNKPrr* AWAY 

rROM YOUR Riauuui 

ARIA OrFWK 

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CLAIMING BENEFITS APTCR 
BECOMING EMPLOYED 



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aOMa aa< mm Ika laata. Taa mv ka » 
miat la a »«r»MI vlaaa raar «anlna «■> 
■» l>a iiiiiiiilli urta* laaataa*. 

COOPERATION 

Taa kra aaoaaracad to ro«p«ra«a «1tk araa 
rfflu um a U la Buitan i til l a » rnr 




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Cbbel Exhibit No. 7 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 26 



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CREBaCi Exhibit No. 8 




384 



FD.3o.2.(R.».3-3-s») '• FEDERAL BUREAU OF IN VEST IGAI .^N 

1-' 



nnt. November 24, I963 



BILL DE MAR, presently residins at Shady Oaks Hotel, 7 



Cabin 8, located, at 1512 Fort Worth Avenue, Hjl 7-C0o5, advised ^^ 
he is employed as a ventriloquist and for the. past t^.-.'O v;eeks ^ 



v:>v^ 



has worked at the Carousel Club located at 1312 1/2 Coru-nerce 

Street, this being the fourth time he has vjorked at this 

spot. He, bq^ore coming to Dallas, has vjorkcd at the T-Bone, ^.. 

Wichita, Kanaas. He advised. his whereabouts would always ' .-J X 

be known to his mother, Mrs. W, D, CRCV/E, 82A- VJest xdlewilde . \^ ' 

Drive, Evansville, Indiana, HA 3-^7245. / -^ 

A photograph of LEE HAR^TEY 02\'JPJJD, New Orleans ^^ i> 
Police Department No. 112723, taken August. 9, 19^3, v.'as 

exhibited to DE MAR, and DE MAR said he believes this is /. ^^^ 

the man he saw seated among the patrons of the Carousel -9 V 

Club "one' night last Week." DE MAR advised he works seven ) 
nights each week and, therefore, is unable from his recollection . / '^ 

to determine which particular night of the week he observed "^-v.-^ 

OSV/ALD seated in the group around the runway in the club f^ 

and due tcj .the seating arrangement at this club, he, <^ ^ 
HE MAR, would be unable to say whether or not OSWALD had 



a party or group with him at the time he was seen. \^ 



■-1 



DE MAR stated he, in addition to his ventriloquist 
act, puts on a memory demonstration and he bel:3£7es OSVJALD ^ 
was among a number of persons atj the club that was used 
by him in performing this memory demonstration. 

DE MAR advised to the best of his recollection he 
had never seen OSWALD at the club previously and had ho 
information as to any associations that OSVJALD might have • 
at the Carousel Club, Dallas. ' 



Ex. No. 1 .CROWE, V/m.D. aka Deposition 
V/..shington,D.C. 6-2-^4 



^ OS 



r>-,; OL 89-43 
on 1 1 /g4/<>3 ot T>^n?^ct, 'pWflc, Pi,„ # r.L .44-1633 

by Spocial Aflenf S ROBERT C. LISH & CSh Doto dictated 11/24/63 

E40RY E. HORTON 

Thla docum«nt conlalna natthsr racommandatlona nor conclusions of tha FBI. It Is the property oi tr,« FBI ond is loaned to 
your a«ancy; tt and Its eoatants ara doI Io bs dlatrlbutad outslda your aaency. 

Cbowe Exhibit No. 1 



385 



386 






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Ex. No. 2 CROWE.Wm.D. aka Deposition 
BiU DeMar 
Washington, D. C. 6-2-6A 



Crowe Exhibit No. 2 



FD-302 (R»y. 3-3-59) FEDERAL t^K^/.u OF INVESTlLJ,. .ON 



^\ 



(A Date December 5, .1Q6'=^ 



KENNETH HUDSON CROY, residence 2634 West Illinois, 
v;as Intervievred at his place of business, H, E. Croy and Son 
Real Estate, 1720 South Lamar, He was advised he need not 
make any statement, that any statement he did make could be 
used against him in a court of lav;. He was adviced of his 
right to an attorney. He furnished the following informationj 

He is a Sergeant in the Dallas, Texas Police Reserve 
and has been for a good nvimber of years. 

Or. November 23, 19^3, at approximately 11:00 P.M., 
Lieutenant BEN I-IcCOY, Dallas Police Department, telephonically 
advised he i:ould need six or seven reserve policemen to report 
to the third floor of the Police Depi'rtment at 9:00 A.M. on 
November 24, I963. 

He arrived at about 8530 A.M., November 24, I963, at 
the Police Department and went to the Assembly Room to make 
detail. Lieutenant BARNEY IffiRrJiLL gave him the duty of 
assigning men out of the Assembly Room as required by the 
other police officials. He thereafter sent groups of men 
Govrnstairs when called for by the police dispatcher. At one 
point, a Sergeant, name unknown, came In and secured five men 
to help search the building. 

At about 10:00 A.M., he v;ent to the basement parking 
area on his cm volition to aid in the basement security. He ■ 
thereafter located men when more were called for by the various 
police officers present. 

Captain ARNETT, around 11:00 A.M., requested some 
pollcement to form on the Main Street side of the center ramp 
area to aid in keeping members of the press back from the area 
v;here LEE H'^R.VEY OSV/ALD was to be passed through. 

He recalls shortly before the shooting, a fev; minutes 
at most, a blue Dallas police car drove out of the basement 
up the r/Iain Street ramp past his location. He did not see any- 
one coming down the Main Street ramp. He recalls there was 

one regular police man, name unknown, stationed at the Main 

Street ramp entrance. ^ . v . ■ ;..-; .■ ; . • , --Mnn-aii- - ,, ; . „ ., - .. ;; ; , - ; ;;-> ■ ■ ,,, -■ -7-?^ 

j;;c.No.5051 CROY,K.H. Deposition^ 
Dallas 3-26-64 

l?A/6^ Dqlla-^, ^evp<^ File if PL 44-163Q 

JOHN E, DALLMAN & 
by Spocial Annnt .^ R. N^EiL Q.UIGLEY/.1n Dof dictated 12/5/63 

Thlo document conlalna neither recommendations nor conclusions o( the TBI. It is the properly o( the FBI and Is loaned to 
your agency; It and lis contents are not to be distributed outside your aqency. N ft H . — ; a 

Ceoy Exhibit No. 5051 



387 



2 

DL 44-1639 



Just prior to OSWALD'S appearance, an .unl<;nown officer 
in plain clothes came out of the jail office and told the 
press to move back. CROY then turned to his left and requested 
a man with a large movie camera, v;ho was on his immediate left 
and another man on his left rear, who v/as dressed in a dark 
hat and dark maroonish brown sport coat with black thread woven 
into it, to step back, CROY then looked back tov/ard the jail i 
office at the crov/d and then glanced back tD see if the two i 
men on his left had complied with his order. He saw the man 
with the movie camera had stepped back to the ramp railing 
and was standing upon the railing; the other man he did not see. 
He then looked back at the crov:d by the jail office for OSWALD 
v;as being brought down. At approximately 15 or 20 seconds later, 
OSWALD was brought out, the members of the press surged forward 
and one placed a microphone in front of OSWALD'S fact and 
asked him to make a statement. At this instant, CROY got a 
blurred movement to his left and turned and made an off balance 
grab at a man who was moving in a low crouch with his hands ^ 
tucked into his stomach much like a football fullback, GROY's 
hand brushed the tail coat of the man and at this time had the 
impression the man was the same one who moments before, had 
been standing to his left and rear. 



He then heard a shot and started forward to assist 
in bringing the man under control but saw he was already being 
wrestled to the floor by a number of officers. 

He did not hear any statements made by anyone while ,^ 
the man was moving forward and the shooting taking place. He 
did not know the man was. JACK RUBY until after RUBY was 
removed upstairs to the Jail, 

He met JACK RUBY about three years ago when riding 
with a patrolman, name unrecalled, which is required at least 
once .a. -month to retain membership in the police reserve. On 
that occasion, they drove by the club Vegas at approximately 
2:45 A,M, and drove into the Lucas B & B just up the street 
from the Vegas, A man later identified to him as JACK RUBY, 
came hurrying and told CROY and the patrolman to put down 
the menu as he, RUBY, would order for them, RUBY ordered 
steaks and paid for them, 

CROY recalls the Incident since it was rather 
humorous in that RUBY was attempting to keep them away from 
the front of his Vegas Club while it closed at 3:00 A,M, and 
the patrons left, Wher) in reality, he heard two other patrol 
cars were sitting in front of the Vegas Club "loading up", 

Croy Exhibit No. 5051 — Oontinued 



i 



388 



3 

UL 44-1639 



He estimates total number of people present In the 
basement at around 100 and could not state the number of press 
people in the group. He did not see anyone- he believes was, 
other than polioe officers or members of the press. 

He has no irtformation or knowledge of OSWALD or RUHT 
whatsoever other thaji furnished above. 

He recalls the following reserve police officers 
as being in the basement at the time of the shooting: 

Captain C, 0. ARNETT; 
Lieutenant HARRY KRI SS; 
Lieutenant BEN McCOY; 
Lieutenant DON SUITS, 

Ceoy Exhibit No. 5051 — Continued) 



389 



DL 4A-1639/eah 



/ "Hovember 2^, 1963 



"Hk^ J . B . Curry v ^ • \ ' 
"Chief of Police _ ^ 

"Sir: 

"This is a statenent of facts relating to vkj activity as a 
• Reserve Officer Sunday, November 24, 1963, to the best of 
i< ;: my knowledge and recollection. 

vv l«r Approximate time I reported to duty. 8:35 A.M. 

|.2;^^. 1 reported to Lt« Meirell (Assembly Room) 

^v>;3.,' I was assigned to the basement and Jail Office entrance, 
and my assignment was that of a guard. 



ay. 



4« Names of other officers in the same area that I can 
recollect are: 

Res. Capt, C..0, Arnett, Res. Lt. B. C. McCoy, 
Res. Lt. D. S Suits, Res. Lt. H. M. Kriss, 
Res. Officer Gano Worley 



/'v5.i. Did you know Ruby? Yes and no (see next statement) 

%^ 6*.;. When and un^ier what circumstance did you see Ruby? 

.r».;.i;3;. Approximately three yeacs ago. Jack Ruby bought myself 
'i-^: V and two other officers breakfast at I.ucas IV&B Cafe on 
C;' ^V Oak Lawn at 3:00 A.N. I have not seem thl:i man since, 

t r however I have been in his club on several occasions 

'^' ^^^ riding observation. 




"Signed Kenneth Hudson Crov 

Kenneth Hu<f8bn Croy, Reserve Sergeant'.' 



^.No.5052 



CROY,K.H. 
Dallas 



Deposition 
3-26-64 " 






Cboy Exhibit No. 5052 



390 



<,, , ^.No.5053 CROT,K.H. Deposition 

Dallas 3-26-64 "" 
DL 44*1639/eah ,.-^ 






AFFIDAVIT IN ANY FACT 
THE STATE OF TF3CAS 
"COUNTY OF DALLAS 



ks^i^ "BEFORE ME, A . L. CimilS a Notary Public in and for 
*^ ■ ". said County, State of^Iexas, on this day personally appeared 
Kenneth Hudson Croy. Address: 2634 VJest Illinois. Telephone 
Ko.; y^ 7-0621 . 

"Who, after being by me duly sworn, on oath deposes and says: 
' ■ ' I am a Reserve Police Sergeant vith the Dallas Police Reserve. 
^;^ On November 24, 1963 I reported to the Police Assembly Room 
4"<> at approximately 8:33 a.m. to Lieutenant Merrell who was 
->,' making assignments. I then took over making assignments from 
7 ; . him. I wrote the men up on the roster at the time they 
arrived and made assignments to them until approximately 
10:00 a.m. At that time I went to the basement and worked 
from the basement of the City Hall, assigning reserve officers 
V: -. who were late arriving, and also checking on where my men had 
O' :., been assigned. Prior to Oswald's appearance into the base- 
^ V ment of the City Hall I st<-itioned myself at the foot of the 
north end of the ramp in the basement. I was^ there for quite 
some time watching the reporters . Someone had made the 
-'.; remark to vatch the reporters, and to move them back against 
.*j.' the rail. There were several reporters in front of roe. 

Captain Amett was standing to the right of me. I was ap- 
proximately in the middle of the ramp between the wall and 
;t . the rail. Someone in authority gave instructions to move 
':^ the press back against the rail. At that time I turned and 
' V. told two men standing to my left to move back against the 
; / rail. One of these men had a motion picture camera, the 
:'I other was wearing a dark maroon coat with black thread woven 
>V- into it. He v/as wearing a brown hat. (Hy father has a coat 
i.^-. something similar to the one the man was wearing that I 
: >: spoke to) I then turned my attention back to the reporters 
:v which were standing in front of me. I believe this man that 
I' ^° ^ have been Jack Ruby. The man with the motion picture 
,^ camera got up on the rail. The man with the dark maroon 
V ' coat stepped back a little. I turned back around and one or 
-, two officers came out of the Jail office and then Captain 
Frits, end then they brought Oswald out* He was handcuffed 




Oroy Exhibit No. 5053 






391 



DL 44-1639 

"PAGE 2 OF TWO PAGES 

"to one of the officers and there was a roan on each side 
of him holding his arm. There was a reporter standing 
there with a microphone In his hand. The reporters then 
converged on Oswald. The reporter with the microphone 
stuck It up In Oswald's face and asked him, *Do you have 
any comment?* At this time I observed a blur come from 
my left side. I was off balance. I saw a man running 
Into the crowd In a crouch. At that moment I reached 
for this Individual and touched his coat tall attempting 
to stop him. I saw him run right up to Oswald and I heard 
a shot. At the time I heard the shot, there were several, 
officers who swarmed him and wrestled him to the pavement. 
I also tried to grab hold of his gun, but there were too 
many men there for me to be effective. At that nolnt an 
officer did disarm him and took him out. I dldn t get to 
see the man they were wrestling to the floor because too 
many oiEf leers swarmed him. At this point orders were given . 
to seal the basement. I ran approximately half way up the 
north ramp and stopped reporters trying to leave the basement. 
During the Interview with Lieutenant Jack Revlll and 
Lieutenant F. X. Corm^all something was mentioned about 
an automobile leaving the basement via the north ramp to 
the Main Street. I recall an automobile driving out, but 
I can't recall the time nor can I recall how many men were 
in this automobile. I seem to recall this automobile as 
being a light blue squad car. 

"/s/ KENNETH HUDSON CROY 

"SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEH)RE ME THIS 1 DAY OF December 
A. D. 1963 ~ "^ 

"/s 7 A. L. CURTIS 
;; V I'Notary Public, Dallas County, Texas** 

Oroy Exhibit No. 5053 — Continued 



392 



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393 



FD-302 (Rov. 3-3-so) ^ ' FEDERAL BU REAU OF INVEST IGA . iO.\ 



12/12/S3 

Dcto 



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Ci-iy I-Iar.ager ELGIN E» C?JJLL, Municipal Buildir.s, \ V\-^' 



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Dallas , Texas , was advised he did not have to :iialce any ^^, 
statement and any statement ha made could be used against ^^^cx^ 
hi3. lie V7as also advised he could consult an attorney -C ^' ^>^ 
of his c--7n choice. At the cutset of the interview, Kr. »";;>n -■-^i 
CRULL was advised of the identity of the interviewing ' "^ \^ "^ 
Agents . . r- 'nc7 

Kr. Cr.ULL stated he did not Icncw LEE HARVEY "^^i>v - 

OSHALD and that V7hen he was first notified by Deputy i 

Chief M. W. STEVENSON on Noveraber 22, 1953, that OSWALD ^ <h-!c'^ 

V7as in custody and responsible for the assassination of \ "^; ■"*" 

President KEKTul^DY, and was described by STEVENSON as ./ 4 ' 

having been the individual who had defected to Russia " lL_ ;J^ 

several years previously, CRULL could not place OSWALD J 
and could not recall the obvious publicity which lo3ically o 4 

surrounded OSW/iLD at that tine. He stated on Novecaber cj 

23, 1963, he offered any assistance of his office to y 

Deputy Chief STEVENSON and Xi7as informed that the Police r ~" 

Department, v;ith the assistance of ts.,::. FLi and Secret ij ^ 

Service, apparently had the matter well VTrapped up and, ijsf 
thereupon, CRULL departed on Saturday, November 23, 1963, 
for his cSjbin at a nearby laica to spend the v;eek end. 

He stated on Sunday r.c-ning, ICovenbcr 24, 1963, S 

- he heard pvar the radio of OSlvALL's havi'.'.3 been shot by o 
RUBY and thereupon returned to Dallas and again contacted 3 
the Police Department asking if there was any assistance p 
his office could render. Ke stated he did not icno'.i? JACK 

RUBY. • p 

en 

■ Mr. CPv.ULL stated he has been employed by the ^ 
City of Dallas for the past t^vcnty-fcur years; that prior ^ 
to that time was in the newspaper business for ten years, 
and that he selected Chief CtlRTOZ as Ch^ief of Police and ^ 

- h^ad selected the prior Chief of Police, and never inter- — h- 
ferGdwith the operation of the Police Department, leaving ^■ 

lit entirely in the Chief's hands, as he did vjith other ^ 
city departments. 

He stated he was never contacted by news media 
or by the Police Departinent concerning the transfer of 
OSWALD from the jail at the Police Department to the Cov.r.ty 



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Jail, and was not aware of any plans being formulated 

for such transfer. According to Mr. CRULL, he said he 

had been concerned over the available facilities for ' '' 

interviewing OSWALD at the Dallas Police Department, but 

felt that, under existing conditions, the officers handling 

the matter were doing so in a very ccsnpetent manner. 

He stated that after the assassination he was 
in Chief CURRY 's office on Saturday morning, November 23, 
1963, and observed the large number of television and news 
representatives in the area, and recalls he commented on 
this to Chief CURRY and Chief CURRY stated he felt it was 
necessary to cooperate with the news media representatives, 
in order to avoid being accused of using Gestapo tactics 
in connection with the handling of OSWALD. He stated he 
was in agreement with CURRY 's statement. 

Mr . CRULL advised that at no time was he con- 
tacted by any individuals connected with television or 
news media concerning the transfer of OSWALD from the City 
Jail to the County Jail. He said, as a matter of actual 
fact, he was never formally intervievi/ed by any news media 
people at any time concerning the events beginning on 
November 22, 1963, in Dallas. He stated on November 25, 
1963, he issued instructions to his subordinates and to 
Chief CURRY and the Police Department to make no comraent 
concerning these matters and, as far as he knows, these 
instructions have been followed. He stated an article 
appeared in the Oak Cliff Tribune, a weekly publication, 
the first week of December j 1963, which stated, in effect, 
that Chief CURRY was taking the rap for "higher ups" who 
had insisted that OSWALD be transferred to the County Jail 
during daylight hours at the request of the press. He • . 
si:ated RAY ZAUBER is the publisher of the Oak Cliff Tribune 
-and. described him as a "yellow sheet journalist," who 
former_y worked for the Dallas News and the Dallas Tiraes 
Herald and was fired from both of those newspapers. Ke 
stated ZAUBER, when questioned by him in the past about 
the truth of an article written by ZAUBER, stated, "I 
can't sell newspapers by telling the truth." He stated ^ i 
as far as he knows there is no truth to the'" article N 

published by ZAUBER. ^ ^ >^ 

Ckulx, Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



395 



DL. ■ 44-1639 



•;vh=.i--.w:;.H0- stated tlie Dallas Police- DQpartmGnt is 
coftSucting an investigation in an effort to. datermine 
whi^xe;.: tile :se ear ity failed in the . transfer of" OSWALD , and 
that" it. is his .intention that this" report be. made available 
to'-the FBI .and* to the county Attorney for vJhatever action 
ist-.deejTigd .appropriate,^. In- this connection, he said ha was 
most. .anxious -that no one of ficer be blamed for the breach 
of security /unless and until -it was determined that an 
officer willfully and deliberately allowed RU3Y access to 
the basement.. ..Ho said he did "nof feel the'wrath of world 
opinibh'.should be directed at any officer" •^nose post RUBY 
may.-have passed unbelcnown to the officer. He stated ho has 
no icnowiedge of the information indicating thora was any . 
conspiracy between, any off icor or^officera and. JACK RUBY^ 
permittirig.-RUBY-to.igaJLn-cntranco.-to thG:bascraGnt on 
N6vSi6bQr-24, 1963. 

:-lr. CRULL stated ho has issued instructions to 
Chief CURRV to co-oporatQ 100 por cent witl^ the FBI la 
this matter. 

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Chlsf JESSE CURRY stated that the plan for 
removal of LEE HARVEY OSWALD from the Dallas City Jail 
to the Dallas county Jail, was left to the discretion 
of Homicide captain WILL FRITZ, who was in charge of 
investigating the murder of Officer J. H'. TIPPITT of the 
Dallas Police Department by OSV/ALD on November 22, 19^3 
and the murder of President JOIIN P. KEIHIEDZ and the 
shooting of Governor JOHN CONNALLY. He stated that FRITZ 
told him he planned to remove OSV/ALD sometime during the 
following day to the Dallas County Jail. K3 stated 
that he did not specify any time and that was left to the 
discretion of FRITZ. He stated that FRITZ v;asi:^ncharge 
of the plans for removal of OSV/ALD to the Dallas county 
jail. 

Chief CURRY stated at no time did he give the 
press a specific time as to when OSV/ALD would be removed 
.to the Dallas county Jail from the Dallas City Jail. He 
Tl stated on the night of November 23, he was asked by the 
I press when they should be back and he told them 10:00 
i-l^he next morning. He stated that he was tired affid worn 
'out and that the press was tired. He stated that he did 
not at any time give the press a specific time as to 
, v;hen OSV/ALD would be removed at that time because he, 

himself, did not know. He stated that FRITZ v/as in charge 
of the plans of the removal of OSWALD to the Dallas County 
Jail and that the time was strictly up to FRIT2 as to v;hen 
he was to move him. 

Chief CURRY stated that as to whether the prisoner 
was removed in the day time or at night time, was left to 
the discretion of Captain FRITZ and he had no knowledge 
as to whether or not FRITZ had to change his plans at any 
time. 

CURRY stated that l^e at no time advised the news 
media of any particular time that OSVJALD was to be removed 
and had-i";^; information that the nev;s media v;as advised. 
.,. He stated that he had heard and read in the paper that the 
j Dallas Police Department allegedly advised them ahead of 
j time, but that he certainly had no knowledge of any statement 
'|,as to the tine OSWALD would be removed, which was allegedly 
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~1 ._Ex.No.5313 CURRY, J.E. 



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CuBRY Exhibit No. 5313 



Deposition- 
4-15-64 



406 






Chief CURRY related that the Deputy Chief, 
N, T. PISKER had Instructed Captain CECIL TALBERT of 
the Radio patrol Division to make certain that the 
proper security was set up In the basement of the 
Dallas Police Building. 

Curry Exhibit No. 5313— Continued 



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Chief of Police JESSE E. CURRY, Dallas Police Espartnisnt, 
V7as interviewed and immediately advised of the official identity 
of Special Agent LEO L. RCBERTSOlNf. Ke was advised that he did 
not have to make a statement, that any statement he did males 
could be used against hio in a court of law. He vjas advised 
that he had the right to consult an attorney prior to malcing 
any statement., He then furnished the following information: 

On December 9, 1953-, he advised that the policy ^ p , 
_ department had not given a press card or pass to JACK RUBY or any i' ■ .~ 
sticker for his car. He advised that Captain GLEN KING, his r ^ >^, 
Administrative Assistants v.^as the press relations officer and ^ s^ 
that he had checked with him and was satisfied that RUBY b^d I'f ^ 
no kind of press card or otherry/ise which was issued by the '-^ \';'^' 
police department which would have admitted him to the area. ,'-^ 
In addition to tha infoirmation that Chief CL'RRY previously 
I gave on November 25, 1963 he advised on December 10, 1963, 

as follows: .^ 

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He advised cb^t at the time OSV/ALD was shot he was either 
in his office or near the entrance betv/een his office and the 
lobby. He could not recall which. Ee stated he did not know 
Ji^CK RUBY, that none of his officers had ever worked for RUBY, and 
tb^t it was against departmental regulations for any Dallas 
policeman to v/ork for any night clubs or any other type of estab- 
lishments v/here alcoholic beverages were sold. 

He advised he did not know hov; many people V7ere in 
the basement inasmuch as he b^ad not been dov/n there immediately 
prior to the shooting. Chief CURRY stated he had discussed 
security measures with his staff, that he had not given any 
specific assignments to any one individual inasmudi as the depart- 
ment went strictly by chain of command yand he did not feel 
it was necessary to giv6 specific assignments. 

He stated he believed tb^t Assistant Chief OiARLES 
BACHELOR and Deputy Chief STEVENSON b.ad made a couple of 
trips dovm to the basement that morning prior to the 
shooting of OSWALD. He advised that V7hen they got down there, 
Captain TALBERT had already set up security measures, that 



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OURBY EXHIBIT No. 5314 



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the two chiefs conferred with him, thought his plans were 
adequate, and when they returned to the 3rd floor, they 
told hiru they thought everything was all right. 

Chief CUSI\Y reiterated that contrary to what had 
been released by various news media, he did not name a 
specific time when OSWALD V7as going to be moved from the 
Cir.y Jail to the County Jail. Re stated that on the night 
before OSWALD was moved, he, (CURRY), was very tired and 
he was very sure the newsmen were also tired and they tried 
to pin him down to the time OSWALD v/ould be moved. He 
stated that one of the ne^^m^ng xv^hose name he could not 
recall, finally said 'Vellj, what time should We be here?" 
Chief CL'RRY said he told him they should be there by 10:00 a.m., 
but he did not state OSWALD was going to be moved at that time 
and that, as a matter of fact, they had made no attempt to 
move OSVJALD until a few minutes after 11:00 a.m. on November 
24, 1963. 

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WILBUR JAY CUTCHSrLAy, Dstective, Juvenile 

Lureau, Dallas Police Departeient, was contacted at his 

office in the Police 6c Couircs Euildingj Uarwood and 

Main Streets, Dallas s and was advised of the nature of 

the investigation; th^ official identity of the inter= 

viewing Agents, and the fact he did not have to furnish 

any statement, but that any statenent he did furnish could 

be used, in court against him. CTTCHSSAW was also advised of 
his righc to counsel. 

CUTCHSILAlU advised that at about 9; 00 Ai:, on 
Sunday, ^lovember^ 24 ^ 19635 ^'S "^s in his office whan he 
overheard Deputy"* Chief STEVENSON tell Captain I-L-JTvTIK that 
he wanted all personnel in the office between 9; 00 and 
10:00 AM. CUTCHSMW stated that at about 11; 00 All Captain 
0. A. JOZIES told hin and the other detectives standing by 
in the office that it was time to go down to the basesent. 
He stated he proceeded to the baseaant in company with 
Captain FRAI^IC mRTIN, DeteccivasL. D. MILLER^ R. L. LOUSRY 
and Charles Goolsby. CiiTCKSILlU stated thaz when he reached 
the baseaent he was instructed by Captain 0. A, JONES to 
clear the hallway connecting the basement lobby with the 
parking area and to also clear the jail office lobby of 
all news nedia perscnr.el and camera equipinento He said 
he was also instructed at this time to keep all unauthorized 
persons from the basesent and to permit only press and 
police officers to remain. 

CUTCHSHAW stated that approximately five minutes 
before LEE HARVEY OSWALD uas brought do-..Ti to the basement 
he noticed a Channel 5 Television camera being pushed from 
the basement lobby into the basesent parking area by three 
v;hite males who were bent over pushing on the base of the 
camera. He stated that the man on the right, which is 
the right-hand side facing the parking area, was wearing 
a green shirt, the man in the center was wearing a dark 
suit, and the man on the left was wearing a black coat 
which extended to the knees . 

CUTCHSHAW advised that everything at that time 
seemed to calm down for a few minutes and then soaeone said, 
"Here he comes ." He advised he was standing with his back 
to a small area of the wall located between the double 
swinging doors and the door between the hallways and jail 



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COTSHA*,W.J. 
Dallas 



Deposition. 
3-26-64 



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office lobby. CUTCIISIL^J.J stilted that Lieutenant SUAIIT 
or Captain FRITZ came cut into the baser.i3nt hallxjay frcn 
the jail office door follc-jcd by Detectives JAI-SS LAVSLL(PH) 
and GRAVES, uallving on eit':cr side of OSWALD. CUTCHSKAW 
stated that LAVELL and GRAVES are detectives in the 
Homicide Bureau of the Dallas Police Department. Ee 
said LAVELL was uallcivig on the right side of OSUz^jD and 
GRAVES on the left and as they approached the jail office 
door they stooped for a feu seconds and LAVSLL asked, 
"Is it O.K.?"*, to xjhich CUTGHSIIAU replied, "O.K., Come 
on out, JIM." CUTCI-ISI-L^JI stated that the detectives and 
OSWALD then came through the door followed by Detective 
KOtTIGOI'SRY , of the Hcmicide Bureau, v7ho V7as walking 
directly behind OSll^^iLD at a distance of approximately 
one stride. CUTCHSHjYJ stated the detectives and OSUALD 
were forced to walk between a narrow corridor of in- 
dividuals composed of news media personnel and plain-clothes 
detectives about four and one^btalf feet vrlde. CUTCESEAW 
stated that OSUALD and the t\\ro accczipanying detectives 
had just reached the bottom of a small incline extending 
from the parldng area when he noticed a general movement 
of individuals in the vicinity of OSWALD s location, 
followed by a loud report, which sounded like a gunshot. 
CUTCESEAW stated he immediately rushed to this location 
and grabbed the left hand of JACK RUBY, v?hile W. J. 
1-LlRRi.SOM, a patrolman assigned to the Juvenile Bureau, 
took hold of ruby's right hand, and, together with several 
other detectives, half carried and half marched RUBY into 
the jail office lobby.' CUTCESEAW stated he had seen JACK 
RUBY only once previous to this, which was about U70 or 
three years ago at the Carousel Club in Dallas 5 Texas, 
at which time he (CUTCESEi\W) was worldLng in plain-clothes 
as a detective in the Jiiivenile Bureau » 

CUTCErHAW stated that after marching through 
the jail office door he immediately closed this door to 
prevent anyone from following, after which he opened the 
door to admit OSWALD, who was being carried on a stretcher. 
Ec said he was still at this door when a young man, approxi- 
mately 24 or 25 years of age, wearing a dark-colored sport 
coat, came to the door and said he was a doctor stationed 

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there. CUTCI-ISE/.U said he adznitted this nan when he 
noticed a stethoscope in the right-hand poclcet of the 
individual . 

CUTCI-:SI-IAU stated he rcnained at the door 
looking oi:t into the glass partition and saw t^jo nen 
pushing th-i television canara vjhich he had seen being 
pushed in earlier. Ee said these men uere plashing the 
camera up the driveway ramp to the halli-jay leading to ^ 
the basement lobby and that he recognized the man with 
the green shirt and the nan wearing the black coat as 
two of the men who had pushed the camera into the basement, 
CUTCKSI-I.\U said he went back into the basement and stopped 
these individuals and asked them where the third man was , 
CUTGI-ISI-IAU said they told him there was no third man and 
that if a third man helped them push the camera into the 
basement they had not been aware of it. CUTCESRAU noticed 
the cable of the camera was still iTrapped in place and 
learned froni these individuals that they had not been 
able to get the ccmera in position and had, therefore, 
not used it. CUTCI-ISE^UJ stated these men were later 
questioned by Lieutenant SUAIN, of the Bureau 6: Theft 
Bureau, and he later found cut €\e last name of one of 
these men was ALEXAin)EIl. 

CUTCHSI-L^-U stated he has never been employed 
by RUDY and does not Icnow of any Dallas Police Officer 
xjho is or ever has been employed by RULY . He stated 
he would estimate there were approximately fifty persons 
other than police officers in the basement at the time 
of the shooting, but he did not recognize any of the 
nc".7S media personnel present. CUTCHSHAU stated he was 
not briefed on the security measures to be taken on 
November 24, 1963, to transport OSUALD, but had heard 
the basement area was to be cleared of all persons, with 
the exception of press and police officers, that all 
parliied cars in the basement were to be searched, and that 
officers on duty in the basement were required to check 
the identity of all persons present. Ee stated he did not 
see any unauthorized individuals in the basement on November 
24, 1963, and does not Icnow of any such persons being ad- 
mitted to the basement or of anyone being permitted to 
enter without showing proper identification. > ,>- 

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CUTCIiSHAW stated he did not know of any re- 
lationship existing bet^Jeen RUBY and OSWALD and did not 
notice RUBY in the basement before taking hold of his 
left hand and then did not know it was RUBY until someone 
else identified him, 

.-J 2 CuTCHSHAW Exhibit No. 5042— Continued 



DL 44-16^9 *- 

"November 24, I963 

"Mr. J. E. Curry 
Chief of Police 

"Subjec^: Siootlng of Lee Harvey Oswald 

"Sir: 

"At the time that Oswald was being brought down the Jail, 

I was stationed next to the door leading to the Jail 

office. Prior to Oswald coming out, a T. V. Camera was .. , 

pushed out of the basement lobby into the basement. There were 

three men pushing the camera. The marl with the green shirt 

was on the right and the man with the black rain coat was on 

the left. The third person was in the center and had on a 

dark suit. He was be rt over low behind the camera pushing on the 

base. The camera was pushed down the ramp into the^ parking 

area but was not hooked up. After the shooting the' camera was 

being pushed up the ramp by two men. The man in the dark 3ult was 

not one of them. I stopped the two men and asked them where the *. 

other man was that helped them push the camera out. They stated^ 

that nty one was with them. . ,,■< 

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"After the shot, I Jumped on the man and had him by'^'^e left 
arm. I held this position till we reached the Jail office 
door where I had to release my hold so they could get Inside 
the Jail office. After they got inside I stood guard on the 
door. ''■''■''*-'' 

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Juvenile Bureau 

Criminal Investigation Division" 






CuTCHSHAW Exhibit No. 5043 



413 



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WILBUR JAY CUTCHSHAff, 401 Northwest 22nd, 
Grand Prairie, Texas, Detective, Juvenile Bureau, 
\, Dallas Police Department, advised that on November 24', ' 
^^i 1963, he was assigned to the Security Detail regarding 
\ V transfer of LEB HARVEY OSV/ALD from the Dallas City Jail 
. \y to the Dallas County Jail. In this regard, he was 
^/. stationed during the pertinent period to the right of 
the jail office door in the corridor Of the City Hall 
basement. He was at this post when Captain J. W. FRITZ, 
Lieutenant R. E. SWAIN, JR., Detective J. R, LEAVELLE, 
prisoner LEE HARVEY OSWALD, and Detectives L. C. GRAVES 
and L. D. MONTGOilERY came out of the jail office. After - "': 
Vthe above passed him, he moved in to follow behind them, 
^CUTCHSHAW stated he saw a blur from the direction of 
\ithe crowd and heard a gun fired. CUTCHSHAW related that about 

/ three minutes before OSWALD had been brought out of the 
v\ jail office, that a television camera had been rolled through 

the double doors leading into the corridor from the basement 
K lobby. This camera was rolled passed CUTCHSHAW and he 
^' , recalls that three men with their heads down were pushing 
^' » it. The camera was rolled on down the corridor passed 

' Detectives ROY LEE LOWERY and necessarily It passed several 
other officers who were stationed between LOWERY and 
CUTCHSHAW. CUTCHSHAW stated that immediately after the 
shooting, he noticed that this car.er;! was being rolled 
.■ back up the ramp toward the basement lobby area and only 

J two men were pushing the camera. He stated ho questioned 

.", ^ them as to the whereabouts of the ■XT:!^'^.'~^r\ and they stated 
f^ . ; there had been only two men all along. CUTCHSHAW stated 
, ' -ji: that he obtained the identities of these cameramen and turned - 
1 ^ -^ -^~" this information over to the Homicide and Robbery Bureau, 
lii <, ^ He recalled the name of one of the men as JOHN ALEXANDER, 
'J~ -; '-' employed by Channel 5, Fort T/orth, Texas; the other individual's 
*"' /"-; --t v^^ name he cannot recall but stated he also worked for Channel 5, 
'.~; '- CUTCHSHAW stated that the camera men at the time of first 

j^ -^ <^ passing him had to pass several other officers in the basement 
^i , ^ i'^ — " lobby as well as two officers stationed outside the double 
j doors leading to the corridor area. CUTCHSHAW estimated that 

' there were approximately 76 officers on the Security Detail 

who were practically standing, shoulder to shoulder in the 
pertinent area. 



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CUTCHS^W stated that upon "being assigned to the 
Security Detail, he had received his inatructlons from Captain 
0. A. JOtiES, Forgery Bureau. Said I'rJ true t Ions related to 
where he was to^^stand and the fact that the area was to be kept 
open and no one was to be l6t Into the area except officers and 
press representatives. ^ 

CUTCHSHAW advised that he vmderstood that prior to 
receiving his Instructions > that the area had been secured. 

CuTOHSHAW Exhibit No. 5044 — Continued 



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Interview with Mr. N, J, Daniels, 
2229 Sutter 



"On November 29^ 1963, Mr, N. Jo Daniels was Interviewed 
by the undersigned officers as to any information he 
might have concerning the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald 
and if he could give any Information as to how Jack 
Ruby gained entrance to the basement of the City Hall. 

"A lengthy interview was held with Mr. Daniels and an 
*Affldavlt-ln-Fact' taken - copy attached. 

"Mr. No J, Daniels stated at the time of this Interview 
that he had not been contacted by any Federal agency. " 

(5) "Affidavit In Any Fact" dated November 29, 1963, 
signed by N„ J. DANIELS s 

"THE STATE OP TEXAS 

"COUNTY OF DALLAS 

"BEFORE MEj Ann Schrelber, a Notary Public in and for 
said County, State of Texas, on this day personally appeared 
N. J. Daniels, 2229 Sutter, Dallas, Texas, FR 4-6179. 

"Who, after being by me dulv sworn, on oath deposes 
and says: On Sunday, November 24 at approximately IIJOO 
A,M„, I came up to the Main Street ramp to the basement of 
the city hall. I was standing on the Western Union side 
of the ramp and I spoke to Officer Vaughn, he was on duty 
at that location. Officer Vaughn was standing in the 
center of the ramp keeping people from entering the 
basement of the city hall. I had been standing there 
several minutes when a squad car drove up the ramp with 
three officers Inside, they drove on to Main Street 
and turned west on Main. At this time Officer Vaughn stepped 
out into the middle of Main Street and stopped the west 
bound traffic on Main sp this squad car could make its 
turn on Main Street. For a brief moment while Officer 
Vaughn was blocking traffic, the ramp entrance at this 
location was left unguarded. I was standing at the east 




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corner of the ramp and turned to watch Officer Vaughn 
stop the traffic. From the position where I was 
standing it was impossible for anyone to walk behind me and 
gain entrance into the basement. I did not notice anyone 
walk in front of me and go into the basement. At this 
time I was thinking to myself that if I saw anyone go in 
I would so advise Officer Vaughn. After stopping traffic 
for this squad car Officer Vaughn took up his duties in the 
middle of the ramp. Several minutes later I stepped out 
towards the street so that I could have a better view down 
the ramp. As I did so I noticed a white male, approximately 
50 years of age, 5 '10", weighing about 155-l60#, wearing 
a dark (blue or brown) single breasted suit, white shirt, 
and dark colored tie, this man was not wearing a hat, he 
had light colored hair thinning on top, round face, 
kind of small head, fair complexion, he was not wearing 
an overcoat nor was he carrying one but he did have his 
right hand inside of his right suit coat pocket, approaching 
the ramp from the direction of the Western Union. This 
person walked in the ramp and into the basement going 
between Officer Vaughn and the east side of the building. 
Officer Vaughn at this time was standing at the top of 
the ramp in the middle of it facing towards Main. I 
did not see Officer Vaughn challenge this person nor 
did he show any signs of recognizing him, nor even being 
aware that he was passing, but I know that he saw him. 
It struck me odd at the time that Officer Vaughn did 
not say something to this man. Approximately two minutes 
after this man had walked down the ramp I saw quite a 
bit of movement in the basement outside the Jail office 
and then I heard a shot. From the time that I first spoke 
to Officer Vaughn until I heard the shot, which was approxi- 
mately a period of twenty-five minutes, at no time did I 
see anyone leave or enter the basement of the city hall 
from the ramp entrance on Main Street except one squad 
car which contained three officers and this one unknown 
white man who entered. On Monday, November 25, 1963, at 
approximately 9:00 A.M., Officer Vaughn called me on the 
telephone at home and asked me if I had noticed anyone 
going into the basement while Lieutenant Pierce was coming 
out, I told him 'no; I did not. He told me he was 
bothered about the possibility that someone could have 
gone In there while Lieutenant Pierce and the other two 
officers were coming out in the squad car. I told him 
•no, I did not.' But I did not mention the other fellow 
I saw go in because I was sure he had seen him. 

/s/"N. J. Daniels 
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FD-302 (Rev. 3-3-59) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION -5 



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NAPOLSON J. DANIELS, 2229 Sutter Street, Dillas, Texas, v^^: - , 
residence phone FH 4-6179. v^S-S intervlev:ed at, his place of "^' 
business, the N. J. Daniels Real Estate Cotr.pany, 4316 Oakland 
Street, Dallas. He furnished the following information: 



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Prior to November, 1962, he was a Patrolman vJith the V --' f 
Police Department at Dallas, Texas, Since that time he has ) J" 



been engaged in the real estate business. ,/ 



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On Sunday, November 24, 1963j he left his home and .. . 

drove by himself with the intention of seeing the sight of the ^C t 

President's assassination at I-Iouston anr El~j Streets, When he j- ^ ^ 

left the vicinity of dowr.town Dallas he drove v;est or^ Main Q_ '^ 

Street. As he was passing the City lia.li , 'he saw a number of p J 

people standing in the vicinity r.nd since he had heard that the J" "0 "■5 

prisoner, LEE HARVEY OSWALD, was to be moved that day, he decided i ^ ,; 

to get out of the car and watch. He doubled back off of Main 1 i^ 
Street and eventually parked his car on the south side of Main be-j "^ 'i^ 

tween the V/estern Union Office and the City Hall. ?rom there he \^\^-_ 

walked to the Main Street entrance to the police garage. ' '.' 

When he arrived in Ithe I'^ain entrance, or ramp, to the 
police garage, he noted that an officer (FNU) VAUGHN, was on 
duty there. He sav; no other ur.iformed officers in the vicinity 
nor anyone else that he recognized as a police officer. He 
stood on the east side of the ramp directly adjacent to the 
iron railings there and from that position could see down into 
the basement. ^lOaen he first arrived there, there were no 
other spectators in that immediate location, but shortly 
before the shooting of prisoner OSWALD, no longer tha.n 10 
minutes, an individual he recognized as being the former shoe 
shine boy at the police department locker room appeared on 
the west side of Main Street ramp which was directly across 
from him. He does not Vcnow this individual's name, but he 
thinks it may have been ALONZO (LI-TJ) or ALPKONSE (LW) . This 
individual is in his late 20 's and has a light brown complexion. 
Hanging from his neck was a small camera appi'oxlrriately 4 inches 
by 4 inches. H.j believes that the "shine boy" terminated his 
employment at the police department locker room prior to the 
time DANIELS left the police department. He was wearing a gray 
suit which he thought was double breasted and at one time made 
an attempt to take a photograph of the basement from the center 
of the ramp; however, was told to step back by off icerVAUOHN^ 



_Ex.No.5326 DANIELS, N.J. Deposition_ 
Dallas 4-16-64 

„„ 12/4/63 nt Dallas. Texas ^-.s^ a Dallas kii--if,^Q 

R. NEIL QUIGLEiT and 
by Special Aj«ntS JOHN E. DALLMANsBL . ■ Date dictated 12/4/6^ 

This document contalne neither recommendations nor conclusions of the FBI. It Is the property of the FBI and Is loaned to 
vour aa»nnv! It and its contttnts are not to be distributed outside your aaency. 

Daniels Exhibit No. 5326 



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2 

As best he could recall, the "shine boy" remained at that 
location up until the shooting of OSWALD. He does not know the 
identity of the present "shine boy" at the police department but 
believed the "shine boy" that he saw would be remembered by the 
police officers in the Services Division as he was somewhat of 
a magician. 

A number of people came and went during the time he 
was standing there prior to the shooting of OSWALD, but there 
was only one other person on his side in addition to Officer 
VAUGHN and he did not know this individual's identity. He 
recognized no one else in the vicinity other than officer VAUGHN 
and the "shine boy." 

While he was standing there, a black linmarked squad 
car carrying three officers drove up .the Main Street ramp. He 
does not recall this car stopping or anyone in it talking to 
VAUGHN but as the car came up the ramp, VAUGHN walked almost 
to the center of the street and stopped vehicles which were 
travelling west on Main Street. He noticed no vehicles travelling 
east on Main Street at that time. When he realized that VAUGHN 
was occupied with stopping the traffic, he made it a point to 
act as lookout and insure that no one entered the ramp. He 
saw no one enter the ramp during the time VAUGHN was stopping 
traffic. He does not recall that VAUGHN at any time asked him 
to assist him in guarding the entrance. 

About two minutes or less before he heard a shot in 
the basement he observed a man walking west on the south side 
of Main Street. He did not recall exactly when this man came 
into his vision, but it was for a very brief period of time. 
The man was observed to walk up to the ramp entrance and turn 
left and then proceed on down the ramp directly " past - and 
to the right of officer VAUGHN who was facing tovjard Main 
Street. At that time VAUGHN was standing directly in the 
center at the end of the ramp. He could neither recall the 
man nor officer VAUGHN making any comment at this time. The 
man never broke his stride and Just walked on into the 
basement. He recalled that this individual was a white male, 
about 50 years of age, 5 '8-9" tall, 15O-I6O pounds, and was of 
light complexion. He distinctly recalled that this individual's 
right hand was in his right hand suit coat pocket and his first 
impulse was- that the man apparently had something in his hand 
which caused the pocket to bulge, more than it normally would. 

Daniexs Exhibit No. 5326 — Continued 



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His instinct told him at that time that the man was probably 
carrying a gun but in view of the fact that officer VAUGHN 
allowed him to enter he did not give it serious thought. This 
individual had an intent look: on his face and was walking fairly 
fast. He also seemed to recall that he had seen this man at 
the police department during the time he was a police officer 
as his face was vaguely familiar and he also seemed to recall 
that he was partly bald. He was wearing what he thought was a 
dark brown or dark blue suit but in any event he was sure it was 
dark in color. He was also wearing a tie and dress shirt but he 
could not describe the nature of these articles of clothing. 
He could not recall whether or not this individual was wearing 
a hat and the idea that the man was bald may have come from . 
the mental picture he had of the unknown individual he had 
previously seen in the police department. The time that 
elapsed from when the man walked down the ramp until the 
time he heard the shot would have, in his mind, been Just 
enough time for that individual to enter the basement and 
get in position to shoot OSWALD. He therefore, felt sure 
vjhen he heard the shot that the man he saw walk down the 
ramp v/as theman who did the shooting. He immediately looked 
down the ramp and saw police officers struggling with someone 
but all he was able to observe of the individual was his right 
arm which vjas extended and he felt certain that the color of 
the suit on the arm was the same as that worn by the man who 
walked down the ramp. 

Immediately after the shooting the only comments made 
by Officer VAUGHN were to the people in the vicinity when he 
told them to get back. 

DANIELS was exhibited photographs of JACK RUBY, Dallas 
Police Department #36398, taken November 24, 1963. He advised 
that the facial features of the individual in the photograph were 
similar to the man who walked by him and officer VAUGHN as described 
above. He volunteered the statement that the individual he saw 
had a light complexion and he was of the opinion that most people 
of Jewish extraction had dark complexion. He could not point 
out any specific facial characteristic that would link the 
photograph with the individual he observed. 

He advised that he did not see how Officer VAUGHN could 
have missed seeing the individual who walked by him down the 
ramp . 



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(4) 

He also folt that if he sav; the person who v;alkcd by 
him at the ramp dressed in sim;ilar clothing to the individual' 
he observed that he could make an identification of him. 

He did not recall seeing any other vehicles than the 
one police car vjith the three officers that he observed or any 
other individuals in addition to the men described above enter 
or leave the basement during the time he was standing there. 
The only person he could identify as the city doctor is an older 
man who was quite tall and worked in the City Hall v;hile he was 
employed by the police department in 1962. He did not see this 
individual. He does not toow THOMAS CORBET and therefore would 
not recognize him. He felt certain that the man who entered 
the basement was not carrying any typo of press card or badge 
of any typo. He did not recognize anybody in the vicinity that 
ha associated in his mind with TV or camera crev;s. 

He stated he vjas not at the Dallas Police Department 
at any time during the vjeekond of November 24^, 1963. With 
reference to the individual he had seen at the police department 
during the time he was a police officer ho vaguely recalled 
that his first thought when the man walked by him at the Main 
Street Ramp was that ho was possibly a local nex-jsman . He 
therefore seemed to recall that he must have been under the 
impression on the occasions he saw this man at the police 
department that he was a nevjsman, although he had no facts to 
substantiate this at the time. He could not elaborate on this 
impression other than that it is common for newsmen to be around 
the police station, and he often assumed that people who are 
frequently seen at the police department are newsmen. 

He also stated that the photo that was exhibited to 
him bore a likeness in his mind to the individual he had 
previously seen at the police department, as well as the 
individual who walked by him at the Main Street Ramp. 

He does not know JACK RUBY and therefore does not know 
if the man he saw walk down the ramp was JACK RUBY or if the nan 
he had seen at the police department during the time he was a police 
officer was JACK RUBY. 

He knovjs nothing concerning RUBY'S background, personal 
life or political convictions. He never heard or or saw LEE 
HARVEY 0S17ALD and knows nothing concerning him other than what he 
has read in the papers since the President's assassination. 



Daniels Exhibit No. 5326 — Continued 



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rD.»oa (R.ir.i.|.»») ^ FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIOA*! ,JH 

'"' ' n,>. December 19, 1963 

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NAPOLEON J. DANIELS was relntervlewed at the N. J. 
- Daniels Real Estate Company, 43l6 Oakland Street, Dallas, v .>:; 
' Texas. He furnished the following Information: ^ '^ > 

^ He advised that In addition to the Information he ^ -^ 
furnished concerning himself when last Intervlevied by the ^ ^ 

FBI that he was on the Dallas Police Force for seven years -* , , •« 

and attended TexaB'iSei^&iin University for 3? years. ^ , _^ 

Subsequent to being Interviewed by the FBI at Dallas, ^ '' • 
he was requested by the Dallas Police Department to report ,y >; 
to the Central Police Headquarters for the purpose of being 
relntervlewed. He stated the police officers who questioned 
him there attempted to clarify whether or not Officer ROY 
VAUGHJJ was out of place while standing guard at the Main 
. Street ramp on November ^,, 1963. They also advised him 
that the police car that left the Main Street ramp Just 
prior to the shooting of OSWALD, left 57 seconds before the ^ ^ --^^ 
shooting. He stated that apparently they did not feel his 
estimate of approximately, two minutes from the time the car 
left the ramp to the time of the shooting was correct. This 
point was emphasized in the interview by the police officers 
and he felt that they did not believe that he was being 
truthful in, furnishing this estimate. He stated the police 
also asked him if he would be willing to take a polygraph 
examination at the conclusion of the Interview and he 
agreed. He stated he took the examlnatioji but did not 
know the results. 

Regarding the events that took place at the Main 
Street ramp on November 24, 1963, he felt he had furnished 
as much detail as he could possibly recall when previously 
interviewed by the FBI. He stated that when the police car 
arrived at the entrance to the ramp he was standing at the 
edge of the marble pillar on the east side of the ramp. He 
stated this pillar is about six or seven feet long and from 
the edge of the pillar to the isidewalk is about another ten 
feeto As the car 6'arae up the ramp it paused briefly in a 
normal fashion for a car entering a busy street. He did 
not recall Officer VAUGHN speaking to anyone in the car. 
As stated previously, he seemed to recall clearly that 
VAUGHN walked from his position Just Inside the ramp out 
into Main Street. He could not recall which of the three 




_Ex.No.5327 DMIELS,N.J. Depositioii. 
j Dallas 4-16-64 

^ 12/18/63 „t Dallas, Texas Fil« # uaiias 44-lbj^ 

ALTON E. BRAMBLETT & 
by Sp.eigl Ag.nt 8 JOHN E. DALLMAN;BL Dot. dictoUd 12 A 9/63 

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2 

painted stripes on the street VAUGHN walked to but felt that 
it was the center stripe. He was certain that VAUGHN did not 
cross the center stripe but could not recall how close to the 
center stripe he actually did walk. 

He also seemed to recall that when the police car 
left the ramp that he had the thought Irt his mind that It was 
probably going to the county Jail where LEE HARVEY OSWALD 
would be transferred. He did not watch the car as It drove 
west on Main Street and did not know whether or not the car 
turned onto Harwood Street. In. attempting to come to an 
estimate of how much time elapsed between the car leaving 
the entrance and the shooting of OSWALD^ he seemed to recall 
that the car was gone for a long enough period of time for 
It to arrive at Its destination. He realized that It 
takes longer than a minute or two for the car to get to the 
county Jail but this was the thought that flashed through his 
mind at the time. 

After VAUGHN returned from the street, he again" 
positioned himself In the center of the Main Street ramp facing 
out towards Main Street. He could not recall In which cirectlon 
VAUGHN'S eyes were fixed, at the time, but he did recall that 
he was facing directly out towa^xi the street. As soon as 
VAUGHN positioned himself there. he left his position at the 
end of the marble pillar and walked closer to the curb so 
as to get a better view down the ramp and Into the basement. 
After taking the few steps to that position he then faced 
the building and made every effort to see Into the basement. • 
It was while he was standing In that position that the roan, 
who a few moments after that walked by VAUGHN Into the 
basement, appeared Ip his vision. He stated he observed 
this out of the corper of his eye and the man was probably 
about 18 to 20 fee^ away when he first realized that someone 
was walking In his direction. The man walked directly in 
front of him which would have meant that he walked between 
the building and hipself . He stated this is probably why- 
he distinctly recalled that the man ' s right hand was in 
his coat pocket as 1;be right side of this individual would 
be the only side t]^t jhe could observe as he walked by him. 

1 As previqusly stated jao one walked down the ramp during 
the time VAUGHN stepped into t^e street. As soon as the car 
left he felt that they would be bringing OSWALD out momentarily 
and injorder to get a better view, he stepped toward the curb. 

Daniels Exhibit No. 5327 — Continued 



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He stated it only took VAUGHN about I5 or 20 seconds to return 
to his position at the head of the rampo He recalled wondering 
why VAUGHN let the man walk by him and assumed that he must 
have known the individual. 

He stated he could recall nothing additional at this 
time concerning the events at the Main Street ramp. 



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a Notcry Public in cr.c for :oid Coun^/, Stoto of Texos, on this^doy por;or.c!Iy cppcc.-ccL 



Who, oftof being bv rno duly iv/orr., OR oath deposes ana soys: iodcy NoVcri2>3;;:* 22;, -1.9--;3 diC-t. j.;^0 ; 

r^ oistor-ir.-lcu and a^'oeif v.-cro ic/'ius co-..^: in oi:r cportccnt. i-iy ciotor- 
i^ Joii-.:;tto Cavls, t.^ Hvq in the c^eiq hou.sc in differont apart.-.cri'is. '.-.'c 
a Gl:ot ar.c. tlien another chot and ran to sido doer at Patton Strccj. I c; 
tho boy Cutting acroES ciir yard and ho \:cz unloadJjr^j iiis sun. Vfo •.■allccd 
ar— a •.•.•cr^ui v.-as hollcrir^ "ho's dead;, hei^s dead, no's shot",, Tiiis v;onir-. 
Jcanctto to ccJLl tho Polico andcho did. I sav; tho officer ti'^t liad bee:. 
Iiyiii^^'on i'enth ctroct ciTicr Jcanctto had called tho Polico. Jcanctto f^ 
c-'-.'jty shell that the inan had "anloaded ana ^ave it to tho policco After 
Polico had left I found a crrpty shell in'our yard« '^liis is the '^■■:-:ji shel 
-avo to' Detective Dhority» 2ho =an that v.'as iialoadinfj tha gun \:z.^ --.z sc 
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>unty of Dallas) 83} Exhibit 3 

/ of Dallas ) ^ — ' ^ 

Virginia ftith Davis being first duly sworn accordinf^ to law, deposes and saysi 

I hereby wish to make the following statcirif nt of ir^y own free will and accord 
to John J, Gluffre, who has identified himself to me as a Special Agent of the 
United States Secret Servic?. 

On November 22, 1963, at approximately l:3'~'n, I was in the home of my sister- 
in-law Barbara Davis at hOO East 10th Str^ ot. D-.ill - i.s, Toxas. I also live at this 
address, but in another apartment. BartJara and I wore lying on the bed with her 
two children when we heard a loud bang. Immediately following the first report, 
there was another loud bang. We then jumped un and ran to the front door. 

Mien we pot to the door and went out on the porch, I saw a nan who I later 
that day identified at the Dallas Police Department, This man was coming across 
the yr.rd and was almost to the walk which Ir-id.': directly to the porch and is in a 
direct line with the front door. The man had a revolver in his left hand and was 
shaking the shells out of It into his ripht hand. 

Ac the man passed directly in front of us, he looked up for a second or so 
and th"n continued on across iJie yard toward rtitton Street in a normal walk. At 
aboi^t this time, a woman directly across th" intersection from our house yelled 
out "•:•»' s dead, he's dead, he shot him", T.;e man glanced up at the woman and 
;-:'jpt en walking. He walked around the corner of the house that faces Patton 
"treet and out of sight. 

Barbara Davis and I then returned to the house where she called the police. 
After she called the police, we went back o^t on the porch but by then the man we 
had seen with the gun was no longer in sight. 

When the police airived we searchei the area on the side of the house that 
faceG Patton Street, and Barbara found a guji shell that had been fired. After 
tr --^lice left we again searched the ar'^a and I found a gun shell that had been 
flr-d. I later turned this shell over to the Dallas Police Department, 

I have been giren an opportunity to irako aci-^itions and corrections on this 

sv-te-.ent, and it is true to the best of my knovrlorine and belief. 



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Subscribed and swozn to before me this 1st day of December 1963 



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Witnessed S^yecial Agpnt' u,S. S^fcret Service 




;ial AgfentV.S. S^ret Servi< 



Davis Exhibit No. 3 



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Dean Exhibit No. 5007 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 29 



431 



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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTlL /ION 



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Sergeant PATRICK T. 



_Ex.No.5008 DEAN,Sgt.P.T. Deposition 
Dallas 3-2i;-64. 
DEAN, Pa. 



Department, Dallas, Texas, residence address 2822 Nicholson Driv^, 
Dallas, furnished the followins information; 

D2AN vzs in an off-duty status on Friday, November 22, 
1963, arJ Saturday, Nover.ibcr 23, 1033, lie retui-r.ed to duty on 
the 7:00 All to 3:00 PIJ shift on Noverr.ber 24, 1963, and was sta- 
tioned at Centrr.l Headquarters. On the morning of November 24, 
19S3, D3AN had no assignment prior to 9:00 All and spent the ti;:3e 
from 7:00 to 9:00 moving around the police building familiarising 
himself with activities in the police building. 

At 9:00 Ail, DSIAN received instructions from his su:?srior 
officer. Lieutenant R. S. PIERCE of the Patrol Division to co-itact 
a group of men and thoroughly search the garage portion of the 
baser.ent in the Police and Courts Building. At the time he re- 
ceived this assignr.ent no mention v/as made of the exact time that 
prisoner LZE EARVEY OSV/ALD was to be removed from the city jail 
to the custody of the County Sheriff's Office. DEAN tool; Cis 
^roup consisting of Sergeant J. A. PUTITALl, and 13 reserve police 
officers headed by Captain ARNETT of the police reserves. DEAN 
does not recall the identity of these 13 reserve police officers 
since they are not regular police officers and he has little con- 
tact with them. Included in this group also were Officers A. R. 
DRCCK and L. E. JEZ. 



At approximately 9:30 A!J, this group began searching the 
basement area and searched the entire basement, including looking 
into the approximately 35 to 40 cars that v/ere parked in the 
garage at that time and also checking the trunk compartment of each 
car to see that it was securely locked. DEAN instructed this 
group of officers to check all doors leading into the basement to 
see that they were locked and if they were not locked, to let 
Sergeant DEAN know. These officers also checked the area above 
the air-conditioner and hsat ducts located in the basement. 






DEAN recalled that before starting the search of the 
basement he assigned Officer B. G. PATTERSON to stand at the 
Commerce Street ramp 'S^i^b^s^^'^The basement and Officer R. E. 
VAUGHN to stand at the exit ramp on the Ilain Street side of the 
building. Officer R. C. NELSON was stationed at the door entering 



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by Spocicl Agent ?AIIL.^. ^COgy.,,,,: Ip 



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This documsnl contains neither recommendallone nor conclusions o( the FBI. It Is the property o( the FBI ond Is loaned to 
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from the Police and Courts Building into the basement area and 
Officer A. R. BROCK was stationed at the elevator and instructed 
to tell the elevator operator not to bring the elevator to the 
basement floor. A reserve policeman, name not known, was stationed 
at the southern portion of the basement in an opening from the sub- 
basement into the garage parking area. There was no one in the 
sub-basement at this time; however, this officer was instructed not 
to allow anyone to come up from the sub-basement. 

The three porters and two garage parking attendants 
who were in the basement area at the time the search began were 
told to leave, and they did leave the basement area. 

It is DEAN'S best recollection that the search began 
about 9:30 AM and took approximately 15 minutes. V/hen the search 
was completed, no one v/as in the basement area except regular 
police officers and the reserve officers assigned to this detail. 

Sergeant DEAN then insti-ucted all men in the basement 
not to let anyone except police officers or properly identified 
pressmen and photographers with their equipment into the basement 
area. After the search was completed, Officer L. E. JEZ was 
assigned t^aasist pfficers B. G. PATTERSON in the Commerce Street 
^/W- rarap .JcfemYng^^^Tm^^he basement because a considerable number of 
j/a^ persons had congregated on the sidewalk, in front of the ramp 
entrance. DEAN also sent three of the reserve officers, names 
not recalled, out to the Commerce Street ramp entrance with in- 
structions to keep all spectators across the street from in front 
of the ramp entrance. 

Shortly after the search was completed, newsmen and 
photographers began arriving in the basement and setting up their 
equipment. For a few minutes after they began arriving. Sergeant- 
• DEAN moved around the basement area checking for any unauthorized 
persons. A few minutes after the search was completed, two patrol 
cars with tv/o officers in each, and with a prisoner in each car 
cane into the basement parking area from the Llain Street entrance. 
The paddy wagon also cane into the garage area driven by Officer 
C. G. LZVriS. DZA^x observed that at the xine the paddy wagon cane 
down the ranp into the garage area, it was stopped by Sergeant 
PUrXAU at the bottom of the ranp to check the front seat and in- 
side the wagon and determined they were empty. Sergeant PUTNAll 
then assigned two of the reserve officers to stand at the bottom 
of the Main Street ramp. These officers were between Officer 
VAUGHN, who was at the Main Street entrance, and the jail office 
door. One reserve officer was then sent to the Commerce and Pearl 

Dean Exhibit No. 5008 — Continued 



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Expressway to check traffic. The remaining reserve officers were 
instructed to go back into the assembly room in the basement of 
the Police and Courts Building for other assignments. 

Sometime after the search of the basement area, Officer 
D. L. PATE came down into the basement and was assigned by DEAN to 
stand at the bottom of the exit ramp leading to Commerce Street. 

It was DEAN'S recollection that Officers stationed at 
the various entrances into the basement area began admitting press- 
men, cameramen, and television men with equipment at approximately 
9:45 All and for some time thereafter these people were "milling 
around" in the basement area. At about D:30 AM, Assistant Chief of 
Police BATCHELOR came down into the basement and moved all of the 
television men and pressmen and cameras out of the jail office 
and told them they would have to stay out in the parking area in 
front of the hall leading from the city jail office. 

At about 11:15 AM, as DEAN was moving around in the base- 
ment area. Lieutenant PIERCE came down and instructed DEAN to get 
two officers immediately to go v/ith PIERCE. By this time an 
armored car had arrived and backed into the opening of the Commerce 
Street ramp. DEAN assigned Sergeants PUTNAM and B. J. MAXEY to go 
v/ith PIERCE, and these three officers got into an unmarked car and 
left by way of the Main Street openi-.g on the north side of the 
building. Prior to leaving, PIERCE had told DEAN to go to the 
arnor-ed car ard that he was to ride in the armore d car wit h the 
prisoner. DEAN went to the rear of the armored car, the door of 
which v/as open, and stood with his back to the door of the car, 
looking down the ramp into the basement area. While standing in 
this position, he saw Lieutenant PIERCE and Sergeants PUTNAM and 
MAXEY get into the unmarked car and begin driving through the base- 
ment toward the Main Street ramp. He recalled that as this car 
passed the hallway leading into the jail office. Sergeant PUTNAM 
had to get out and move the crowd of pressmen and television men 
back so the car could get through. At the same time two other un- 
marked cars moved from the basement parking area and onto the 
Commerce Street ramp immediately behind the armored car. DEAN 
recognized the drivers of these cars as Homicide Bureau Detectives; 
however, he does not recall which detectives were in these cars. 

About 30 seconds after Lieutenant PIERCE Isd driven out 
the Main Street ramp, DEAN heard commotion in the basement and 
comments, "Here he comes," and "They're bringing him dov/n," and 
so forth. Just after he heard this commotion and comments, he saw 
a man dart quickly from the crowd, standing in front of the hall 
leading to the jail office. He then heard a shot and saw smoke 

4-% ^ ^ ^"' 

Dean Exhibit No. 5008 — Continued 



434 



DL 44-1639 



rising above the crowd, apparently from the shot which had just 
been fired. 

DEAN immediately ran down the ramp, jumping over the top 
of the two cars parked between him and the assembled crov/d in the 
basement area. He did not see the prisoner LEE HARVEY OSV/ALD at 
this time or the actual shooting, as his view was obstructed by 
the crowd. V/hen he got to where the shooting had occurred, otlaer 
officers including a number of Detectives from the Homicide Bureau 
were dragging a man into the jail office. At this time, DEAN 
recognized the man as JACK RUBY, operator of the Carousel Club in 
Dallas. As he went into the jail office, he saw LEE HARVEY OSV/ALD 
in the jail office receiving emergency treatment. He helped clear 
the crowd from the area to allow OSV/ALD to be placed in an ambulance. 
He then v/ent to the third floor of the Police Building where he ran 
into Chief of Police CURRY, and CURRY asked him to take Secret 
Service Agent FOREST V. SORRELS up to the fifth floor to interview 
JACK RUBY. 

DEAN said he would estimate there v;ere about 60 persons 
altogether, including newsmen and police officers, in the basement 
at the tine of the shooting of OSV/ALD; however, there may have been 
more, as he can only guess as to this number. 

jy^ia DEAN has known JACK RUBY since i^59 as operator of the 

2/j.^r' C&TOMsel Club on Commerce Street in Dallas. At that time, DEAN 
' was Sergeant over a partol in the downtown section of Dallas, and 
as part of his routine checking of places of entertainment in the 
district hD frequently saw RUBY at Jthe C^ousel Club. On occasion, 
when driving in the area with a»f^?fe^'i6lS4:€er, he would go up to 
the Carousel Club usually once or twice a week. In addition, DEAN ^ 
. ^ said he had gone to the club with friends while off duty on fe«r-^j"^w<:' 
fSji^ occasions during the time he had known JACK RUBY. RUBY was very 
friendly towards DEAN and other police officers and frequently 
when he ran into them on the street, he would invite them to cone 
to his place and see the show. DEAN advised the four times ha 
attended the Carousel Club while off duty, and the occasional con- 
tacts with RUBY in checking his place of entertainment, were the 
only contacts he had had with RUBY since becoming acquainted with 
him in 1959. He was never employed by RUBY and does not know of 
any other police officer who ever worked for RUBY at any of his 
clubs. DEAN advised that JACK RUBY had attempted to become friendly 
with him; however, he had kept his contacts with RUBY on an imper- 
sonal basis. 

Dean Exhibit No. 5008 — Continued 



435 



DL 44-1639 

5 

DEAN advised that since he was off duty on November 22 
and 23, 1963, he did not observe RUBY on these dates and he had 
not observed RUBY on November 24, 1963, prior to the shooting of 
LEE HARVEY OSWALD in the basertent of the Police Building. 

DEAN advised that in 1960, he had received a notice 
from the Texas Liquor Control Board that RUBY's license to operate 
the Carousel Club had been suspended for three days for sell in g 
alcoholic beverages and on driving past RUBY's place he had seen 
he was open and had gone to RIBY's place to arrest RUBY for this 
violation; however, on arrival at the club, he had been told by 
RUBY that he, ROSY, had already served this three-day suspension. 
DEAN then checked by telephone v^ith Lieutenant GILMORE of the Vice 
Squad and was informed that the suspension had been served and, 
therefore, had not arrested RUBY on this occasion. 

DEAN advised he does not know of any unauthorized person 
or persons who were permitted to enter the basement area of the 
Police Building on November 24, 1963. He said he does not know of 
anyone who was permitted to enter the area without showing proper 
identification. 

DEAN is not acquainted with, and had never seen, LEE 
HARVEY OSWALD prior to the time he saw him in the city jail office 
after he had been shot by JACK RUBY. DEAN has no knowledge of any 
association between RUBY and OSV/ALD. 

DEAN advised that a few minutes after the shooting had 
occurred, and after he had recognized RUBY as the individual who 
had shot OSV/ALD, and after OSWALD had been removed from the police 
basement by ambulance, he, DEAN, went to Officer R. C. NELSON, who 
was stationed at the doorway leading from the Police and Courts 
Building into the basement, and asked NELSON if JACK RUBY had come 
into the basement area through that door. NELSON had told him that 
he was positive RUBY had not entered the basement by this means. 
Later on November 24, 1963, after JACK RUBY had been interviewed 
by police officers and had stated that he entered the basement 
through the Main Street ramp, he had gone to Officer R. E. VAUGHN, 
who had covered that entrance, and VAUGHN had told him that RUBY 
did not come into the basement through the Main Street ramp entrance. 

A few minutes later, vvhile on the fifth floor of the 
Police Building, and after SORRELS of Secret Service had interviewed 
JACK RUBY, DEAN asked RUBY how long he had been in the basement 
prior to the shooting, and RUBY told him he had been in the base- 
ment two or three minutes and that he had come into the basement 

^ ^^^'^ 

De^an Exhibit No. 5008 — Continued 



436 



DL 44-1639 



through the Main Street ramp. RUBY told him that a plain police 
car was coming out the Main Street ramp at the time he came in, 
and the officer who was stationed at the Main Street ramp had gone 
to this car to talk to the officer in the car, which RUBY believed 
was Lieutenant PIERCE. While the officer stationed at the Main 
Street ramp was talking to the officer in the car, RUBY had then 
gone into the entrance and down the ramp. 

DEAN said he did not contact the two reserve officers 
who had been stationed at the bottom of the Main Street ramp, as 
they were not in the area at the time he checked with Officers 
NELSON and VAUGHN. 

DEAN advised he could furnish no addition^ pertinent 
information. 



^< i «. ^^ 



Dean Exhibit No. 5008 — Continued 



437 



ir hh T<:oQ .Ex.No.5009 DEAN, P.T. Deposition^ 

ux, H*f-xojy Dallas 3-24-64 



"Mr, J;.E« Curiy 
Chief of Police 



"Sir: 



"November 26, 1963 

.'■Hi: 



" Subject t Assignment of Sergeant 
Patrick T. Dean On 
Sunday, November 24, 1963 



"On Sunday, November 24, 1963 at approximately 9:00 A.M., I 
was advised by Lieutenant R, S. Pierce to take a group of 
men and thoroughly search the garage portion of the basement. 
This assignment was In preparation and security purposes In 
the transfer of Harvey Lee Oswald, W/lV'24, to the County Jail 
from the City "Jaiia. 

"I then obtained thirteen (13) Reserve Officers from the Detail 
Room and with the aid of Sergeant J, A. Putnam, Officers L. E. 
Jez, and A, R, Brock we conducted a systematic search of "the 
basement. The men were advised to check very carefully the 
cars, trucks, and the overhanging pipes, and alrjconditlonlng 
ducts. Before the search was started at the northern side of 
the basement, the following men were assigned at these locations: 

"B, G. Patterson Top of ramp on Commerce 

"R. E. Vaughn Top of ramp on Main 

"A. R. Brock Basement Elevators 

"R, C. Nelson Basement Entrance From City Hall 

"Reserve Officer South Portion of Basement At The 

) Engine Room Entrance. 

"These men were advised to permit no one In the basement other 
than properly Identified pressmen or law enforcement, officers, 
and not to leave these assignments for any reason until 
relieved, by either myself or Sergeant Putnam. 

» » - 

"The atove assignments Vfere later supplemented by the .officers' 
as follows: 

^ . .■' - 

"L. E. Jez Top Commerce Street Ramp 

"L. C. Taylor Top Commerce Street Ramp ' 

"In addition numerous reserve officers (names of whl<?h I 61d 
not retain) were assigned to these locations. 

Dean Exhibit No. 5009 



438 



2 

UL 44-1639 

"At approximately 11:00 A.M, an armored car was backed into 
the - Commerce Street Exit to the i^a seme nt. 

"Shortly after, approximately 11:15 A.M.j, Lieutenant Pierce 
approached me Just outside the Jail Orrice and advised me 
to ride in the Armored Car and to give him two (2) officers 
to go with him in his car, I advised Sergeant Putnam to get 
an unassigned man (Sergeant Maxey) and go with Lieutenant 
Pierce, 

"I then went to the Armored Car and remained approximately ^ 

five minutes until I heard the shot and saw the commotion 

at the bottom of the ramp which was approximately, fifty (50) 
feet from me, 

"I immediately ran to the location to assist the officer with 
the crowd, 

"It was then, while the detectives had the suspect on the floor, 
that I recognized him (the suspect) as Jack Ruby. 

"I knew Jack Ruby as the manager of the Carousel Club located 
in the 1300 block of Commerr^e. I met him while I v;as assigned 
^s a sergeant on Zone 100 which includes the location of the 
Carousel Club, 

"At no time during the day had I seen Jack Ruby either in nor 
around '|the City Hall, In fact I have not seen him for several 
months.' ' ' ' 

"At approximately 12:00 Noon Chief Curry contacted me Jupt outside 
his office and instzructed me to escort Mr. Forrest y, Sorrcils, . 
Agent in charge of the local Secret Service, to the" Fifth Floor. 
Jail for Mr. Sorrells to interview Mr. Ruby. 

"After Mr. Sorrells interrogated the subject I questioned Ruby 

aa to how he had entered the basement and the length of time 

he had, been there. Ruby then stated to me in the presence of 

Sorrells that he had entered the basement through the ramp 

entering on Main Street, He further stated that he would estimate 

his total time as about thro© mlnutoo boforo tho dotootlvoo 

brought Oswald into his view, then he immediately shot him (Oswald), 

"Respectfully submitted, . 

^ "A/' Patrick T, Dean 

Sergeant of Police ^ >? - -^ 
"PTD/bb" . . Patrol Division" C «\ O^i 

Dean Exhibit No. 5009 — Continued 



439 



rebmaiy l8, Ipo^ 



Mr. J, E, Curzy 
Chiof of Polico 



Sirt 



Subject; Intcrviou Of Jack Buby 
£j Porrcat V> Sorrolls 



At approximately 11:30 A.M., Nova-nbor 2^, I963 Chiof J. E. Curry 
approdchod ao juct outcido his office and instructed no to oscort . 
Mr, ITorrcst V. Sorrslls to tho Fifth Floor Jcol for tho purposo of 
Mr» Sorro3J.a iatorvicuinij Mr. Jack Euby about hio shootiJis of Loo 
liarvey Oswald, accused astasia of Prooidcat Kennedy* 

I was present throughout tho intorvioy and overheard tho following 
quootions'ackcd of Euby by I-Ir. Sorrolls. Aftor Sorrollo introduced 
hir.5elf aa a Secret Service A^ent ho acl-ced JRuby v;hy he hnd ehot 
Ost'ald. iJuby stated ho had thought about this for two days and 
decided it was senseless to havo a long and lon^thly trial and 
subject Mrs. Kennedy to having to rotura to Dallas for it. 

Kr. Sorrellc asked Jiiby if ho Imow Osijald and he said, "I^'o, thord 
is no acquaintanco or connection between Oswald and nysolf," 

Sorrells then quostionod JRul^ about liic heritage and Euby told hia 
that his fathor was bom in liussia ;:md his oothor was bom in Poland* 

Sorrells asked Euby if ha had thought or planned to kill Oswald and 
Ruby stated ho first thou^^ht of killing him when ho observed Oswald 
in tho showup roon two zxiishts prior. Kc stated tho tho-osht cano to 
hia when he observed tho saxN;astic sneer on Oswald's faco when he was 
6a tho showup stago. Ho stated that when ho saw Os-jald on that ni^ht 
ho thought it would bo ridiculous to havo a trial for hia when ho knew 
tho results would bo tho death penalty* sinco Oswald had killed the 
President and Officer Tippit. 

2uby also stated that ho and his sister wcro very csotional psj'plo 
and that his sister had just gotten out of the hospital and she also 
was talcing this hard* and that with tho facts of tho incidents already 
known to hia was tho motivation for his shooting Oswald. Baby then 
stated scao words to tho effect , "I also want tho world to know that 
Jews do have p^ts ." 

Ruby»s answers and appoaranco throughout tho interview appeared rational 
to me with tho c^xoption to tears in his eyos vhon 2x0 r9iQ::re^ to 
Prosidont Kennedy* 






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Ex. No. 5010 DEAN,P.T. Deposition^-| 

"■ Dallas 3-2A-64 



Dean Exhibit No. 5010 



440 



Paro 2 



This intorview x;aa conducted in tho outcido corridor of tho jail 
colls on tho fiftii floor city Jail appro:djxitcly five to tea 
Binutos a^tor tlio ciootixij of O^-'ald. 

Eoepoctfizlly eutaitted. 




Patricls 2, l>oan v. ^ .,^ 
Scr^^cant of Policd 
Patrol KLvisJioa 




PTD/bb ■ • -^ ■ . ■• . 

Dean Exhibit No. 5010— Continued 



441 



Fbooi (R»». 1-3.5 9) ^ FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVEST;a^TION 



%^ 



<\ Dat« December 10. 1963 



(X 



Sergeant PATRICK T. DEAN, Dallas Police Department, 
residence 2822 Nicholson Drive, I'urnished the following 
Information: 

On December 7, I963, at approximately 1:30 P.M., 
DEAN received a telephone call at his residence from a 
person identifying himself as DARWIN PAYNE, representative 
of the "Dallas Times Herald" newspaper. Mr. PAYNE stated his 
reason for calling was to verify statements made by DEAN 
to the radio and television news media on November 24, 19^3, 
shortly after the shooting of LEE HARVEY OSWALD in the base- 
ment of the Dallas Police Building. PAYNE then asked several 
questions pertaining to that interview on November 24, 1963. 
The questions asked by Mr. PAYNE seemed to be verbatim of the 
Interview on November 24, 1963* 

To the best of DEAN's recollection, the questions 
asked were as follows: 

"Were you at the armored car when the shot was fired?" 
DEAN answered yes to this question. 

"Did you see the person that fired the shot at the 

time it was fired?" 

DEAN answered no to this question. 

"Did you see the person that fired the shot shortly 

after it was fired?" 

DEAN answered yes to this question. 

"Where? Was he inside the Jail office and on the 

floor at that time?" 

Answer - "Yes, he was on the floor and being 

restrained and handcuffed by several plain clothed 

officers," 

"Did you recognize the subject at that time as a 
person you knew by sight?" 
Answer - Yes, 

"Did you or had you seen this person prior to this 
time in or around the City Hall?" 



_Ex.No.5011 DEAN, P. T. Deposition 
Dallas 3-24-64 

12/9/63 Dallas, Texas pj,, , ^^ -r^-^w^^ 



:^ 



by Sp.eioi Ag«nr PAUL L. SCOTT /ln Dot. dictot.d 12/10/63 

nor eonclu.lon. of Ih. FBK tt U lh« propartr of lb* TBI on 
Ulbut.d out.lda your aq.ncr« 



Thia docum.nl conlain* n.lth.r r.comBvandatlon, nor eonclu.lon. of Ih. TBK tt is Ih* propartr of lb* TBI and la loanad te 
rour a«aner< >t aad tia eoataola ara sol la ba dtatrlbul.d outalda your aqancy. 



Dean EJxhibit No. 5011 



442 



2 

DL 44-1639 

Answer - No, 

"And you didn't sba this person enter fipom the Main 

Street ramp?" 

Answer - definitely not. 

The next question asked by PAYNE was, "Did you see 
anything at the time of the shooting?" 

DEAN assumed by this (Question that he meant a 
flash from the gun flr^d and he asked him If this was what he 
meant and PAYNE said yes^ whereupon, DEAN told him that he saw 
smoke from the blast and that he ran Immediately to. the., scene 
to control the crowd, \ 

\ i ■ \ 

DEAN said this terminated the questioning by Mr. 
PAYNE and DEAN Inquired of PA^NE as to thd reason for him 
calling as all of the Information he asked about was old news, 
PAYNE then stated to DEAN that he was Just verifying the 
results of the previous Interview and that he did not really ' 
know what the "Dallas Times Herald" planned to do with the 
Information, DEAN reiterated to PAYNE that he had not seen 
RUBY at any time before the shooting In or around the City 
Hall. 

On Sunday, December 8, I963, when DEAN arrived homd, 
he noticed an article appearing In the "Dallas Times Herald" 
relative to an officer seeing JACK RUBY enter the police 
building prior to the shooting of LEE HARVEY OSWAU). After 
reading the article, DEAN reached the conclusion that this 
article possibly had evolved from- ther telephone conversation 
with Mr. DARWIN PAYNE on the previous day, 

DEAN contacted a friend at the "Dallas Times Hereld" 
to ascertain the Identity of the reporter preparing the article 
appearing In the paper on December 8, 1963* He learned that, 
DARWIN PAYNE had been on duty on December 7, 19^3 and 
recognized PAYNE as being the name of the person who had 
called him, 

DEAN called PAYNE at his residence and discussed 
the article with him and PAYNE stated he had not wrlttep the 
article but had only contacted DSA^ to verify a previous 
Interview* 

Dean Exhibit No. 5011 — Continued 



443 



15L 44-1639 



DEAN advised the statement in this article that he 
had seen JACK RUBY enter the basement of the police building 
was false, that he had not seen RUBY enter the police .building 
and he had not stated to anyone that he had seen RUBY enter 
the building prior to the shooting of OSWALD. 



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Dean Exhibit No. 5011 — Continued 









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J^-^o-5012 i^M^J^P.T. Deposition' 

Dallas 3-24-64 



Dhan Exhibit No. 5012 



445 





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Dean Exhibit No. 5136-A 



744-730 O— .64— vol. XIX 30 



447 



Poc^'^bor o, IV63 



Vt, J, £• Curry 



cin 



SUBJl^CIt Inforrntlon cono«irnini; Mttclo 

'97 y 



Ca reco?3bcr 7t iS*>3» at a|;proxiT3Rt«ly liJO i»>!«, 1 rf.oeivcc a 
teler-hoac call at rcy hon» i'rou a perooa identify in^ hinawlf 
jk9 Dsrviin Payne « reproDontativo oT tho PfxlXac lintio IlozT.ld» 

t1r» P<'xyno stated hia roaoon for calling; wno to verify tatato- 
aenta cade by mo to th« Undio ond Telovieion fJcwo Todia oa 
ivcvenbor 2^, I'^'CJ shortly after th« assnseinfition of Leo iic-rvey 
0£>wald (acoused acea»£iaator of JPro&idant John Jlt^.^^Tixld 
K.enn«jdy.) 

?''r« i'ayne then acked stveral questions pertaining to that 
interview nf :;ovenber 2^», 19^3» I'r. Xayn«»a questions oceriod 
to be ^verbatiEi of th« i&t«irTl«w in question. 

X will ouote thay, &» near as poeeibXe &a they vore £i:^ked, in 
their e-equcno© and aXso tiy anuswar©, whioh wero nearly alv/uvr, 
in tho affimntivo or Q9gatlv«« 



Kr, iaynoi 

Ancworx 

Tc^nei 

Answer t 
Payno s 

A.n&wer; 

I';5yn«j 

/.noweri 
I ayne } 

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'*Wero you at tha Aroorod Car vhen th« £hct tull; 



.roc 



• *'Did you eo« tho parson that fired tho &hot st tho 

tiino it was firadV" 

- "iJo." 

- •Oid you sect tha pers^on that firad tho ehot thortiy 

after it was fired? »• 

- ♦If 00." 

- **".;horoV '«'aa ho inoida the jalX office and or* tho 

fXoor at that time?" 

• "Yoa - ho was on the fXoor and boin^ rottreiiaau rc>.l 

hwadouffod by saveraX pXainolothes offioero.'* 

• "Jjid you reootni^e the cabjeot at that tino oi» a 

person you knew by sight?" 



Dean Exhibit No. 5137 
Dean Exhibit No. 5137 



448 



^o^e 



isiyu9t - Cid you or had you aeon thla porson prior to tl;-is 
tin« in or around the City UcliV" 

Acsvfarj - "lie," 

»3jne: - "And you didn't ••« th±a peroon tntor froa tho I'rSn 
Street ratnp?»» 

Miawori • "Define toly not.** 

.isiyacc - "Did you se« anythlxi;; at th« ticjo of the ehootint?" 

I assumed by thio quastion that h« ceant ci flash fron tho gujn- 
firo nnd X askod hin was thia what ho meant ^nd ho caid yec* 
X then auvicod hia that I c&w enoka frota the blast, and X ran 
iDncdiately to tho soon* to control tb« orowd* 

Tliie tQrr.inat«d his quostione and I aaksd V,r, Icyne tho ro^^son 
for hlra calling aa all this was old news* ii* then statod ho 
was jufit vorifyin^j thio interview and thct he didn't really know 
whrit tho Tir.os Uorold was coins to do with this infom&tion* 

I mado oyecir very clear to Vr • Pctyns that X had not eoen uuLv 
at acytiae bofore the shooting in or around tho City Hall* 

Oa S'c^nda;/ when I arrivod at tgr homo I noticed the eubject article 
Gnd road srvf4« with nuoh lAterast and reached the conoiuaion that 
this artii::le ^o&cibly had evolved froa tho tolephono convemat.i.2n 
on the previous day* 

I irxncditttttly oailled an acQuaintanoe and friend that in cr.i'lcytd 
by the Timoc Herald to ascertain tho identity of the reiorter 
jjid t ie poraon stated that he did not knoi< who hnd written the 
article. X then noticed the nane of a rGi;ortcr in the st~o 
edition, ^r. Lob /Tcnloy, and I called hi©, icsontified r:y;ii;lf ani 
£o!:»d hin if he could auvi&e no who had written tho article. . r. 
ilocley stated that ho didn't hnow for sure and related tscvc;?! 
nanico of j-ersons that would have been on duty and roatiori^d fci:o 
care of this Darwin layno* X recognized this b.& tho x>erjcn that 
had called se* 

r^ then called ^fr• I ayae at his hose, telephone vJH 6-.ij8Sf2, and 
asked hiQ if he had wx*ltten the article and he stated that hs 
did. 

Tho following are queations and an^swera I 6&k.ed of !!r. ra;^-na 
during this telephone conversation* 

questions * **Uhy did yoa print that X had seen Ituby ontor th^ 
baaeaent?** 

Kr* Payne then answered i « "Uell« X thought that you had sicen - 

hiia." 

Dean Exhibit No. 5137 — Continued 

449 



Pass Jf* 

^uoetioat - ".hat led you to lallsvc tjiis?" 

Answer* • 'This waa etated in your prevloua interview." (i.clatir!^- 

to th« oriiiinal interviovr ot IIovoaLor 2^, X^>6j>») 

I tlien stated to Vt» lejne that I hwd nt'Vor Dad« such a sfcctcnjoat to 
hin or anyono to cubetcntiato this oonoluaioa. Mr. * oyno thoa ctatei 
that ho had read to oo ny origiaol Intorvie^rf pnd 1 had oonriiriod ie.ll 
the etateroQto in the artioltf and thr»t ho c uld prove thca. I advicod 
hin ajain th.-it I had not, and thon e&ited hin where lio hr.d obt:iincd a 
cojjr of ry interview* 

J'r. i'aya© then aeened to evadtt thia queotion and eeked me to lot fcln 
call the porcoa that htd given liita thia aeciunrsent end thz>t ho wauld 
h3.v<8 hin call nc. I ccoin asked him from whon he had rocoivod tho 
aci .51^.100 at and he evaded again and then ctatod thnt he had not written 
the ctory, that he had only verified tiy previous interview. Ihi^ v/aci 
contradictory to hio oriirinal statement, that he had written tho ctory. 
Ee ti>oa acked oe not to call the City ^ditor as he would contact his 
and advisa him that X waa proteatiii^ the artiolo* 

After acidlns hin the third titid Fr. layn* then stated I'r. iioa Jr.-urt 
(As I recollect, had aooienod hira the Job.) 

I thoa arOted ITr« Foyn* if he dida»t think such a etntcnont on ry 
part would jcopardlao ny Job. Ue anc\'!erQiiit "I^ inr-^^ino it \; Quld ." 
I then thanked y.T, Fayae and tcrsiin&ted the oonvsr&Qtion. 

At this tine I contacted Captain C* £• Talbcrt and advii.ed hin thr^t 
the article waa relative to ray convareation the previous day. Co;. tain 
Talbort suggcctcd I call Chief Titiher at hoao. 

I tried to call Chief i'lsher, also C!;4.ef liatohelor, and Chief Curry. 
I ncdo no coataot with anyoa« of those Chiefs. Iliia wna nr.^zroizlz'xtclj 
10 1 30 A,l\ 

I then called the Chief's oiTficea downtovm in an effort to locate 
one of then. Captain C. A.. Jonaa anawored and v;hen I idoutiriad ry- 
eolf he (Captain Jones) adviaod ne to coae dcvvatown, that he w.rntcd 
to talk to n«* X aaked hiia waa it regardin^^' the article in the ::ri2cr 
end ho stated yes* 

At no tino during my eoa«ersations with Itr* Tayno or anyone froa tho 
Xlnca iierald waa there any verbal abuse or altercation* 

Iitoopcct fully 8uteJ.tted, 



PAXiiCL DlVli.ION 
Dbian Exhibit No. 5137 — Continued 



450 




DEAN, p. T, 
Dallas 



Deposition 
4-1-64 



DOUBLE LENGTH 

DOUBLE STRENGTH-ALL PURPOSE 

TENSILIZED POLYESTER 
600 FEET SPLICE FREE 4" REEL 

LUBRICATED 
for stereo and general recording; extra 
thin, stretch resistant polyester gives 
double footage ^ ^ / 2<r 




Dean Exhibit No. 5138 



451 



rD.3oi tn.». j-j-iB) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



1 Date November 28. 1963 

Sh€.riff J. E. "BILL" DECKER, Dallas County Sheriff's 
Office, was contacted aad inquiry was cade as. to when he was 
first notified that LEE EARVEy 03V/ALD w2as to b© turned over to 
his -custody by th9<Pii!.lls;B Police Departmeat .- 

Sheriff DECKER stated he first learned OSWALD was to be 
brought to his jail froaa s©35e nuember of the press, whose identity 
b? docs not recall, on Kovejaber 23, 1963, This person advised 
tt-.iit OSWALD was to be brought to the jail the following day, 
Saex'iff DECKER stated on the sane day, exact time not recalled by 
hi;3, he picked up .the telephone and called the Dallas Police 
D'apartnent conceraimg this oatteir, Ea stated he probably talked 
to Chief CURRY and/ or to Captain WILL FRITZ but he had no inde- 
pendent , recollectioa as to who he talked to and made no record of 
the calls . Ha statisd he does recall that who ever , ^e talked to at '^ 
the Police Department corroborated the information he had received 
from the press. He stated he and the Police Department both knew 
that OSWALD was a "hot potato". 

. Sheriff DECKER stated he has no desire to discuss this 
matter further and does not desire to furnish any details of 
conversations h© had with the Police Department, and declined to 
state whether he advised the Police Detpsrtment that he had a 
preference as to the time of day the transfer of the prisoner, 
should be made. 



g;^ 



__Ex,No.5321 DECKER J.E. Deposition^ 

Dallas ' 4-16-64 



on 11/27/63 «t Dallg^ . Texss File # DL 44° 163 9 

by Special Agent ALFRED D. NEELEY/nc Date dictated 11/27/63 

Thla docum.Dt oootaln* nelth.r rcc"" ~*ndatlons nor conclualona of th. FBI. It !• tb* "xportr o( Iho FBI and la leon.d to ^- ' 

your agancr; it and Ita eontanta ar<^^p°!e bo dlatrlbutod outalda your agoncy. I "op? I*^c 

—————— ^—^—^—^ (jrm I ' I ' n a r. ' • . • < rt ' — » 



Decker Exhibit No. 5321 



452 



FD-302 (H.». 3-3-59) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



n„t, 11/28/63 



Sheriff J. E. (BILL) DECEER, Dallas- Sb*riff 's Office, 
advised to his knowledge there is no Stat® law governing ' 
transferring of prisoners from the Dallas City Jail to the 
Dallas County Jail. Sheriff DECKER states established procedure 
is as follows: 

When charges filed with coxirt of Jurisdiction, upon 
issuance of a warrant to propar authority, prisoner then becomes 
subjoct to transfer to th« County Jail within a reasonable time. 

The Constables of all jtstice courts in which all felony 

cases originate, upon issuance of a warrant to them, may transfer ^ 
prisoners from the City Jail to the County Jail. If warrant issued , 4 

by the Jus tic© of the Peace within the County, the Sheriff or u "^ 

appropriate Copstabl© could , s&sv^ process and remove jsffeoa:fflr from J /^ 

the City Jail to the County Jail. Dallas Police Department can ^ ^ 

also remove prisoners from the Dallas' City Jail to the Dallas ' V- 

County Jail. ' ^A 

Sheriff DECKER stated with regard to his knowledge of 
planned removal of L2S HARWS' OSVrALD by the Dallas Police Depart- 
msnt from the City Jail to the Dallas County Jail, that all during 
ths day of November 23, 19fi3, he had haard rusus-Ts- from news media 
that OSVrALD w a a i t o be'-reasaved N&veab&r 23rd. Someone called from 
the Dallas Police D^ipartment on Xovsaiber 23, 1S63, maybe Captain 
J. W. FRITZ, and indicated questioning of OSWALD was not quite- 
completed, but ro-moval might be that day. - D2GKER stated he told 
hin that he would njjik© necessary security check of a cell for 
CSVr'ALD. About 6:00 PU, November 23, DECKER heard from some source 
that the time of removal f£fr. CSI7ALD. kad-b&ea. set for 10:00 AM, 
November 24, 1963. DSCKER stated he iad his office confjirm from 
the Dallas Police Department that this was true. DECKER does not 
recall who confirmed this for him. 

Sheriff DECKKR stated on the morning of November 24, 
1963, Chief JESSE E. CURRY, Dallas Police Department, called and 
said he was going to use an armored truck to move OSWALD and wanted 
io know what D3CiO!R thought about it. DECiGSR stated he told Chief 
CURRY that it would be up to CURRY to make decision on this. 
D2CKER added th© Dallas Sheriff's Office had no plans for participat- 
ing in removal until OSWALD was delivered to the County Jail. 

_Ex.No.5322 DECKER, J. E. Deposition^ 
Dallas i;-16-64 



on 11/28/63 nt Dallas, Texas DL_ PiU # 44-1639 



by.Special Agent JAI,<S3 ff. B00KH0Uf/6lf r Do,, dictoted 11/28/63 

This documant contains nalther r»r— ~-<4ndation* nor conclusions ol ths FBI. It Is tb* iropsrty o< ths FBI aad Is loaned to 
your aqsney; It and Its conlsnts <"^§py fto bs distrlbutsd outstds your agsncy. I^^"" 



Decker Exhibit No. 5322 



453 



UoWaU), J^e Harvey w/m 2^ 

UNITED STATES. ^'^^.^IDENT of the 

ASSAULT TO >0^,DER: Governor 
JOHN B. CONIvIELLY 



Dallas County. Texas 

BILL DECKER, SHERIFF I 




DaUas 



J^position 
4-16-6.; '^ 






Cfi//v?£- RCPORTS 



r"™" 



JH- j.,^. ,^^^!^.-^ 



Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 



454 



MISCELLANEOUS CRIME REPORT 



COUNTY ©F DALLAS 

SBERIFF'S DEPARTMEIVT 



f»F.T)SM 



Clu^ Beatles vf CHmm 



^'^^al^'h^, ^"e 



1-5- C3 



NamP«finjnr«i|»r«y KriTIIuOY. Jvhti Fltz^^cra ld Where rominitt.><i **'-^^ iii.c<:'.. ^In otreot 



Res. AHHr «.« v?a3htn^ton 
Phone- 



Reported by_ 
Addresa__ 



Date Committed. 
Time Committed. 



HovaiiiUir 22, I9v5 



Time R^pnrtp H Novoobar 22, 19o5 
Reported to 



Investigating Officers- 



•Person Attacked- 



Property Attacked. 



Persons Arrested- 



-Arrest No- 
-Arrest No- 



How Aft,.i, «i ^'2D Italian riiTla 

Means of Attack 

Object of AtUck 

Trademark 



Le« liarvay Oswald tf/j^l 24"^ ,.,^^ jj^^ 

By nat > ll-;>2-C3 



Vehicle Used. 



Suspect 

Hair Color- 
Height 

Nationality- 
Occupation— 
Dress 



.Eye Color- 



-Weight- 



-A«e- 



JBuiML- 
-MarksL. 



The complainant, "LilZ IV.LSIOS.ZI OP Tili-: LI^ITKJ .^\'Ii:s Oi-' A?:>::llu-tX wao rldiiy, tn 
• Bjotorccdo with hts v,iic Jjcqollnd and Jolin li, Coni^alLy, Govemur v£ tlio aIIU 
SZiHIc or Zi^J^i, a n d i. r e» O&nRJlly. — At a ;.v^x.s: Ilm tti ly I2 x *:.i-v.i, 11-^J-^^ Ita';.^ — 



Ini rrit^ t< 



;aa t c£ t; 



voUtcLu in ». Uic U 



ha vac rtdtn:;:. Invoati^atton ravoals t^^at tl:a ahots cai^ frcm tbjc Yjyt-'o 

School Cook Dapcsitory Lulldln;. Iccatad at tt»o corner of tlra Strcot anti ftcuston 



Straota and frou the uaxt to tho top floor of vitKlcva, the last wlndo. 
East and o£ tba build In^. 



en tlto 



QVANTTTT 


OEScmiPTiOM or raorEKTT stolen 


ESTIMATED 


BECOVBEEO 






QuaUtj 


Dau 



























































































































I hereby acknowledge receipt 6t the above recovered articles delivered to me by 
Date (Signed) 



TO INVESTIGATION OFFICER: Complete this report by writing in missing data: if a>-ailable. Write oa reverse side- 
details of your investigation and names and addresses of witnesses. 



—Case FUed— fanwUTa (not cleared) D 

Yes ^^ No a lUs offense in UBfoaded O 

Ckai«< ky amat ^"Q^ 



Date- 



Arrcstinx Oflcer. 



t 



Decree Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



455 



MISCELLANEOUS CRIME REPORT 



CO^JNTY Off" ©ALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPAKT^flEIVT 



AS&MJLT WITH lOTLl/T TO COirslT MUlD£ii 



-Report.-. y,riM No . ^)'^^^^ 



Name of injured pariy John B. Cotmally 
Res. AHHrP « Austin, To:<o« 

Phone 



Date Committed- 
Time Committed. 



Novou\l>Qr 22, l'>u5 



Person Attacked. 



John B. Ccnnally M/bi 



Property Attacked 

How Attacked 

Means of Attack- 
Object of Attack- 
Trademark 



Vehicle Used. 



Where Committed- 
Reported by 

Address 



L'alloti, ^ct^Q~ 



Time Reported- 
Reported to 



Kovaabcr 22, iVuS 



Investigating Officers- 



Persons Arrested Arrest No. 

Lbo ttorvay Oswald wAi 24a ,,,„» no^ 

Arrest No. 



C.2f' Italian rlflo 



By- 



!>» » 11-24.C3 



Suspect 

Hair Color- 
Height 



.Eye Color- 



-Weight. 



.^ge- 



Nationality- 
OccupatioR- 
Dress 



JBuild- 
-Marks. 



The complainant, Tlla GOVCaiKXl OF TH2 SIAIS, OP Ti:.v%S, v.as rldt ntj. i n o aolor- 

sTr" 



cade with jo;iiM irU:.:u«;i,uS, H<tlSlU--Wl' Ur iiic LijIauj i,iA'iLi> iiuti tlttir wivuo. 3" 
sho tfl roni; out coalnjj, froa tiw T e «oo gch & ol B c cU D e pcaltc r y bulldli^:^ lccoi»d 
flt thft fcrner of lAa fln.3 Hi-uston Stracta. 





OESCRIPTION OF PBOPERTY STOLEN 


ESTIMATED 


RECOVEBED 






Qaantltr 


Dau 



























































































































I hereby acknowledge receipt 6f the above recovered articles delivered to me by 
Date (Signed) 



TO INVESTIGATION OFFICER: Complete this report by writing in missing data: if available. Write on reverse side 
details of your investigation and names and addresses of witnesses. 

—Case Filed— Inactive (not cleared) Q Date ! . 

Yes ^^ No D This ofTense is Unfounded Q /j 

Cleared by arrest -*^l3p^ 



Arresting Officer. 



Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



456 



On November 22, 196d, at Approiclmately 11x15 ^9 I 
vat picked \ip at my office by Chief of Police Jodsq 
Curry in his automobile and ve proceeded to Love Field 
to avalt the arrival of Prosldont John F« Kennedy. After 
arriving at Love Field, Chief Curry and I vere Joined by 
Kr« Forrest Sorrella, Special A^ent In Chsr^^e of the 
Dallas Office of the U* S* Secret Service and Kr. Winsto n 
C» La^re on, a Special Agent of the U* S* Secret Service 
White Eouse Detail* 

After the President's arrival, the Kotorcade vas forood 
with Motorcycle Escort first In Line follokred directly 
by Chief Curry's automobile In vhlch Chief Cxirry was 
driving, Mr* LsTOon, riding In front right hand seat, 
Mr* Forrest Sorrells riding In rear right hand side of 
automobile and I vas seated In the rear left hand side 
of car* The Presidential autcooblle vas directly behind 
us as ve escorted the Motorcade on Its route through 
Dallas* There had been no Incidents during the entire 
route of the motorcade and ve arrived at Elm Street at 
approximately 12:31 PH. Mr* Lavson had Jxist looked at 
his vatch, stating It ^as 12:31 PM and remarking that ve 
vould be approximately 5 minutes late In arriving at 
Market Hall* 



i 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



457 



As the Itotorcade vas proceeding down Elm Street, I 
distinctly romembor hefiring 2 shots* As I heard the 
first retort » I looked back over my shoulder and sew 
vhat appeared to me to ba a spray of water conia out of 
the rear seat of the President's car. At this same 
moment » Kr. Lawoon said, "Let's get out of here and 
get to the nearest hospital". When 1 heard the shots 
X noted motorcy&le officers coming off their cycles 
and running kip the embankment on Dealcy Plaza. At 
the same tima, Chief Curry vas on his intercom radio 
giving instruct ionB to the motorcycle escort to move 
out- Code 3 to Parkland Hospital. We moved out imm- 
ediately at vhich time I took the microphone and requested 
the DPD Dispatcher 521 to advise iny Station 5- Radioroom 
to notify all officers in my departn^nt to immediately 
get over to the area where shooting occurred and saturate 
the area of the park, railroad and all buildin^o, also 
advising all deputies to return to the station and stand 
by for emergency assignment. This was being done as we 
were proceeding Code 3 out Stemaons Expressway and was 
approximately 1% to 2 minutes from the time the shooting 
occurred. Ve arrived within minutes at the Emergency 
entrance to Parkland Hospital where I got out of the car 
and stood at the side of the Presidential automobile while 

Dexjkeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continuied 



458 



the Preoldent vas removed from the autoiooblle and pieced 
on a stretcher carriage and taken Into the emargency roooi. 
I waited until Goveci>or Connally vaa aleo removed from the 
automobile and both Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs, Connally had 
also entered the hospital at vhlch time I then vent to 
an automobile belonging to the C?D, Homicide Division and 
requested them to return ma to the scene of the shooting. 
I had seen Mr. Forrest Sorrells also got into another 
automobile ishlch v&q a loo proceeding back tcr«?:^ds the 
City, also proceeding Code 3. 

Upon ny arrival at the Texas School Book Depository Bldg, 
Z observed many officers of icy department present and 
I contacted Allan Sweatt, Chief Criminal Deputy of my 
Departi^nt and Inspector Sawyer of the Dallas Police De* 
partment and they %iere getting witnecses together and 
also Informed me that the building vas secured. Z was 
advised that Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney had found empty 
cartridges on the 6th f6oor of the building and that he 
vas standing by v&ttlng the arrival of the Crime Search 
Unit of the Dallas Police Department. Mr. Jimoay Kitching, 
Chief of Zdentlflcation Bureau of my department had also 
arrived at the sceno, hoveverf Z ordered him back to the 
Sheriff's Depart t and advised that the Crime Search 
Unit vas anrout i ve vould hold secure any evidence 

Decree Exhibit No, 5323 — Continuied 



;^ 



459 



pending tholr arrival. Within a feif comants tho Crioa 

Search Unit arrived and vare pazmitted to enter the 

tollding. 

At thia tlx&3 X vas notified that another of 07 Deputies » 

Bugene Boone had found the rifle on tho 6th floor of 

the building and I also advised him to stand by the 

•vidence until tho Crixsa Search Unit was ready to take 

over. 

Xkthen sent Chief Crirainal deputy Allan &-tf;eatt back to 

the Sheriff's Office to see that staten^nts v^re tcken 

frook witnesses vho h^d been sent to the office earlier 

by both Deputy Sveatt and Inspector Sawyer* 

At approxic^^tely 1:30 PH, I received %rord on Inspector 
Sawyer's car radio that a Dallas Police Officer had been 
shot on Jefferson Street in 0^ Cliff and that tho suepoct 
was supposedly at large in the area on foot. I immediately 
got ahold of officers who were present including Deputy 
Sheriff's » Dallas Police Departi&3nt Officers and FBI officers 
who were at the scene, advising them of the shooting and 
dispatched them to Oak Cliff to assist in the search. At 
this time. Officer Sveatt also reported to oe that he had 
already sent 4 detectives to Oak Cliff to assist in the 
••arch for tho suspect who had killed the police officer. 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continu'ed 



460 



After my first arrival at tho Texas School Book I>3po3ltory 
Building from Parkland Hospital, Captain Frits of the 
DPDf Homicide Division arrived and ha crdK'Qnt on up into 
the Texas School Book Depository Build ing, leaving a pair 
of his officers do»n stairs inhere they opened up their 
automobile and brousht out rifles to assist them In 
securing the building. Shortly thereafter Captain Fi^tz 
came to n^ office vhere he contacted his department by 
talephone and advised ma that the suspect, Lae Harvey 
Oswald had been apprehended in the Tesas Theatre in 
Oak Cliff* Also he advised cs that Oswald had been 
•mployed in the Texas School Book Depository. 

After arriving at my office, Allan S'^fsatt advised vca that 

vhen the first of the witnesses had been brought to my 

office, that he had opened the Polygraph Rocm to be \ised 

Deputy Sheriff 
for the interrogation of vitnesses and that/l!rs. Ro3cn:\ry 

Allen, and Mr. Wallace Heitman, FBI Agent vere intervic. Ing 

and taking statements from the witnesses %iho seemed to have 

the most valuable information. Upon the arrival at my office 

of Mr. Forrest Sorrells, I had Chief Criminal Deputy Allan 

Sweatt take Mr. Sorrells to this room vhere Mr. Wallace 

Haitman and Mrs. Rosemary Allen vara interviewing witnesses 

and taking statments. 



a 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



461 



After the capture of Oswald in the Texas Theatre, I^puty 
Sheriff B«R. Valthore contacted ne and I ordered him 
and Deputies Rarry Weatherford and J.L.G^cford to go to 
a house located at 2515 West 5th Street In Irving* Texao» 
to neet there ]>etectlvos Rose and Adamclk of the DPD, 
Homicide Division, vhlch they did. 

After gaining percolcslon from IXrs. Ruth Payne and btrs* 
Marina Oswald at this location, these officers searched 
the premises. 

Mrs. Payne gave Daputy Valthors a telephone nuibber where 
•he aald that Lee Oswald had been staying at, however, 
ihe stated she did not know the address. Officer Valthers 
then called ma by public service giving ma this Information, 
vheretipon I had Allan Sweatt, Chief Criminal Deputy and 
Deputy Clint Lewis attetijpt to locate this addresQboth by 
Crlss-Cross and also verifying sama through telephone com- 
pany. Mr. Swcatt reported to me that the address to this 
talephone miosber was 1026 North Beck ley. 

At this time I requested that David Johnston, Justice of the 
Peace, to Issue a search warrant for the premises at this 
address, which he did and he personally delivered the search 
warrant to that location for officers to search the premises. 
Information was obtained at this address from the landlady 
to the effect that a man by the name of 0. H. Lee had been 



i 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



462 



living at this location for a i»orlod o£ tii?o voeks* 

All copies of 8tateissn;:o varc turned over to ma for 
correlation and dlGoinmanation and I Bca that copies 
of all statemsnts were given to the Secret Service, 
the F.B.I, and the Dallas Police Department. 
X have maintained tha originals of all in a^ possession. 

Officers of my deportment then started turning in supple* 
nental reports to s^ as to their activiticj diiring and 
after the assassination. The 14 uniformed officers 
that had been assigned as security at the Market Hall 
ware ordered returned to the station. 

Z remAined in w^ office until appro^cimately 9s 30 F21, 
on Friday » Kovecsber 22nd » remaining in contact vith 
my office via telephone from my home. Z returned to 
By office » Saturday morning at approximately 6i30AM. 
All during the day, Saturday, November 23rd, Z remained 
in contact vith the Dallas Police Department in the 
•vent they should have decided to move the prisoner, 
to the County Jail. Extra security provisions vera 
■ada and special quarters prepared to receive the prisoner 
when the transfer vjould be made. 

Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continuied 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 31 463 



The taking of stateoiants froca vltnosccGO vas continued 

on Saturday. 

At approximately 3:30 PH, Saturday afternoon » I was 

advlccd froa City Call that the transfer of Osvald ml^ht 

take plese. 

At this tlmsy It vaa noticeable that several hundreds of 

•pectatoru vore forming aroisnd tha entrance to the County 

Jail and at this time, X notified the City of this action. 

Z then orddrcd special officers to the area and began 

roping off area to keep spectators ar^ay from the drive- In 

•ntrance to the County Jail. 

Late In the afternoon , after hearing several times that 

Oswald %JS3 reedy to be transferred, the Press and other 

News Media, Cameras, TV, etc, began converging on the 

Sheriff's Office and County Jail area, trying to make plans 

for the use of electrical equlpicisnt, caioeras, etc. 

X remained In ny office until approximately 8:00 FM when 

Jisaay Keer , VBAP, Channol 5, notified me that It vas on 

TV that Oswald would be transferred to the County Jail at 

lOtOOAM on Sunday morning, Kovember 24th. X later confirmed 

this with City Ball. X remained In my office Saturday night 
until approximately 9:30 PM, at which time, I ordered Allan 
Sweatt, Chief Crlm. Deputy and other Detectives who were on 
MxMXXixaixatxss^ this special assignment and Mrs. Rosemary 
Allen, who had all been standing by in the event they were 
needed, to go to their homes/ 




Deckbs Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



464 



Z arrived at my office early Sunday morDlni; to re«check 

all security moasures that tmd bcon provided for the 

transfer of Oouald. 

For additional occur ity» I had placed all n^incbcrs of the 

Frees in a small room cd joining my private office and had 

the doors to this room secures so that none of the Press 

could get to the prisoner as he was being brought into 

the jail. 

X together with special mombcrs of mf departmont were 

outside the drive in entrance to the County Jail, cit.^itins 

the arrival of Oswald » whon we received a "flaoh" on live 

TV which was on in my office, that shots had been fired 

in the basement of the City flail and that a riot ws3 in 

progress. 

At this time, the Press who had been secured in this 

room adjoining my office made effort to get out* I 

ordered the doors reler^ed and the Presa proceeded to 

get to City Rail at great speed. I later learned that it 

was Oswald who had been shot in City Hall and that Jack Ruby 

had been taken in custody for the shooting. X was later 

notified t^at Oswald had died in the emergency room at 

Parkland Hospital. 




Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



465 



DEPUTY SHERIF"^, PARTICIPATING IN INVESTir^ION NOVEMBER 22. 1963 



1. Allan Sweatt, Chief Criminal Deputy 

2. Eugene Boone 

3. Luke Mooney 

4. A. D. McCurley 

5. E. R. (Buddy) Walthers 

6. Harry Weatherford 

7. J- L. Oxford 

8. Jack Faulkner 

9. C. L. (Lummie) Lewis 

10. C. J. Jones 

11. Harold Elkins 

12. John Wiseman 

13. C. C McCoy 

14. W W. Mabra 

15. C. L. (Clint) Lewis 

16. Charles Polk Player 

17. L. C. Smith 

18. Jack Watson (radio) 

19. Roger Craig 

20. Cecil Gentry 

21. Ralph Walters 

22. Billy Courson 

23. Frank Vrla 

24. Charles Turner 

25. James Ramsey 

26. Sam Webster 

27. Billy Joe Victory 

28. Hiram Ingram 

29. W. C Owens 



Secretaries: and Typists 

1. Ann Price Turner 

2. Rosemary Allen 

3. Evelyn Cox 

4. Aleen Davis 

5. James Mulleady 



14 Uniformed Patrolmen who were assigned special duty at Market Hall 



(»}ITN€SS "^ ■" 




/\fFm\JITS 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continu'ed 



466 



VOLUNTARY KTATEXTNT. Not Uod« Amct. P«»na No. 83 

COUNITY ©I? DAILILAS, 'F:3]^A§ 

Before me, the undersigned authority, on thU the 12nd_ j^^ ^f November j^ ^ 19 63 

ptnf ntlly f rri^nrH ""-^ Tfilliam Betzner. Jr. ^^^,^, 5922 Velasco. Dallas 

A,e_22 .Phone No. TA 7-9761 

Depotes and 5ay(:> I was standing on Houston Street near the intersection of 
Sim Street. I took a picture of President Kennedy's car as it passed 
along Houston Street. I have an old camera. I looked down real quick 
and rolled the film to take the next picture. I then ran down to the 
corner of Elm andHouston Streets, this being the southv;est corner. I 
took another picture just as President Kennedy's car rounded the corner. 
Hevas just about all the way around the corner. I was standing back 
from the corner and had to take the pictures through some of the crowd. 
I ran on down 21ra a little more and President Kennedy's car was starting 
to go down the hill to the triple underpass. I was running trying to 
keep the President's car in my view and was winding my film as I ran. I 
was looking doCn at my camera to see the number of the film as I ran. 
I took another picture as the President's- car v/as going down the hill 
on Elm Street. I started to wind my film again and I heard a loud noise. 
I thought that this noise v/as either a firecracker on a car had backfired. 
I looked up and it seemed like there was another loud noise in the matter 
of a few seconds. I looked dov/n the street and I could see the President's 
car and another one and they looked like the cars v/ere stopped. Then I 
saw a a flash of pink like someone standing up and then sitting back down 
in the car. Then I ran around so I could look over the back of a monument 
and I either saw the following then or when I was standing back down on 
the corner of Elm Street. I cannot remember exactly where I was when I 
saw the following: I heard at least two shots fired and I saw what looked 
like a firecracker going off in the president's car. My assumption for this 
was because I saw fragments going up in the air. I alsosiw a man in either 
the President's car or the car behind his and someone down in one of those 
cars pulled out what looked like a rifle. I also remember seeing what 
looked like a nickel revolver in someone's hand in the President's car or 
somev/here immediately around his car. Then the President's car sped on 
under the underpass. Police and a lot of spectators started running up 
the hill on the opposite side of the street from me to a fence of wood. I 
assumed that that v/es where the shot was fired from at that time. I kept 
watching the crowd. Then I came around the monument over to Llain Street. 
I walked down tov/ard where the President's car had stopped. I saw a 
Police Officer and some men in plain clothes. I don't know who they were. 
These Police Officers and the men in plain clothes were digging around in 
the dirt as if they v/ere looking for a bullet. I walked back around the 
monument over to Elm Street where they were digging in the dirt. I went 
on across the street and up the embankment to where the fence is located. 
By this time almost all of the people had left. There were quite a fe'v 
people down on the street crowded around a motorcycle. I was looking 
around the fence as the rumor had spread that that was^where^the shot had 

Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the iV'.^ ~" day of ^<'--'- .^^^'.^^ A. D 19 ^ '^ 



Notary PubHc, Dallas County, Texas 



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467 



P(VGli -2 - -'^ 

VOLUNTARY 8TATEUENT. Net UDdcr Artstt. Form No. 86 

Before me. the undersigned tuihorlty. on thU the _22nd j^^ ^^f November ^ p, 19_63. 

pcnontlly tpTcnrcd ^^"^ T.' ill jam Betzner. Jr. Addrtti 5922 Velasro, Dallas 

Age 22 , Phone No. TA 7-9763. 

Depocei and taya:> come from. I started figuring where I was when I had taken 
the third picture and it seemed to me that the fence row would have been 
in the picture. I sav/ a group of men who looked like they might be 
officers and one of them turned out to be Deputy Sheriff Boone. I told 
him about the picture I had taken. Deputy Sheriff Boone contacted 
superiors and was told to bring me over to th6 Sheriff's Office. Deputy 
Sheriff Boone took my camera and asked me to wait. I waited in the Sheriff's 
Office and some time later, an hour or two, he brought my camera back and 
told me that as soon as they got through with the film and they were dry 
that they would give me the film. A little later he came in and gave me 
the negatives and told me that they were inteasted in a couple of pictures 
and Implied that the negatives was all I was going to get back. To the 
best of my knowledge, this is all I know about this incident. 
X 
X 
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Subaerlbed and .worn to before me on thb the -J^nd _^ j,^ ^^ November a. D. 19 £1 



Notary Public, Dallas County, Texai 

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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continiied 




TTmmnngia 



468 



VOLUNTARX STATEMENT. Net Under Armt. Form No. 86 



Before me, the undenlgned authority, on thU the 22 j.^ ^f November j^ jj 19 ^3 

Jim Braden ^ Addrcti ^^^ ^; Barlngtoa Dr, 



penooally appeared 

Age — 1^9 , Phone No. 

Depotes and layc' 



1^.72 ■;? 01 Home 



Apt. 6 Los Arigeles, Calf. 
Offlce2l5 S. La Cienega Blvd. 

Beverly Hills, California 



I am here on business (oil business) and was walking down Elm Street 
trying to get a cab suid there wasn't any. I heard people talking saying 
"My God the President has been shot." Police cars were passing me coming 
down toward the triple underpass and-I walked up among many other people 
and this building was surrounded by police officers with guns and we v;ere 
all watching them. I moved on up to the building across the street from 
the building that was surnounded and I ask one of the girls if there was 
a telephone that I could use and she said "Yes, there is one on the third 
floor of the building where I work". I walked through a passage to the 
elevator they were all getting on (freight elevator) and I got off on the 
third floor with all the other people and there was a lady using the pay 
telephone and I ask her If I could use it when she hung up and the said 
It was out of order and I tried to use it but with no success. I ask 
her how I can get out of this building and she said that there is an exit 
right there and then she said wait a minute here is the elevator now. I 
got on the elevator add returned to the ground floor and the colored man 
who ran the elevator said you are a stranger in this building and I aa was 
notsuppose to let you up and he ran "outside to an officer and said to the 
off Icerthathe had just taken me up and down in the elevator and the office^ 
said for me to identify myself and I presented him with a credit card and 
he said well we have to check out everything and took me to his superior 
and said for me to wait and we will check it out. I was then taken to the 
Sheriffs office and interrogated. 




Subicrlbed and (worn to before me on this the 



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A.D. 19 



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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



469 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Vadtt AmM. Form No. 80 

• C®IUNTY ©I? DAIXAS, TEXAS 

Before me, the undersigned «uthority, on thl« the ^^R^ dty of — liOYftT . ' i '^t- . r A. D. 19-u3 — 

pertonaUy «ppeared iloward Lf?f^''j.g Brgr.nan , AddrcM 6ClU •■roodard 

i^alias, Texas 

Age '^ .Phone No gY 1-2713 

Deposes and fay*:- I am prcser.tly employed by tlie Wallace and Beard Construction. 
COLipany as a Steam fitter and have been so eraployed for about the past 
7 weeks. I am working -Oi*»5«Pssss5i^^*e in the Katy Railroad yards at the 
Vest end of Pacific Street near the railroad tracks, lie had k nocked off 
for lunch and I had dinner at the caietaria at Record and llain Street and 
had come back to see the Pi'esident of the United States. I was sitting 
on a ledge or wall near the intersection of Houston Street and Eln Street 
near the red light pole, I was facing in a northerly direction looking 
not only at Elra street but I could see the large red brick building 
across the sireet i)hon where I was sitting. I take this building across 
the street to be about 7 stories anyway in the east endof the building 
and the second row of windows fro::: the top I saw a can in this window. 
I had seen hia before the President's car arrived. He was just sitting 
up there looking down appaxantly waiting for c'.ie same thing I Has to see 
the President, I did not notice anything unusual about this nan 9 He 
was a white man in rJ-s early 30's, slender, nice looicing , slender and 
would weigh about 16> to 175 pounds. He had on light colored clothing 
but definitely not a suit. I proceeded to watch the Rt-esident's car 
as it turned left at the corner where I was and about 50 yards from 
the intersection of Elm and Houston and to a point I would say the 
President's back was in line with the last window I have previously 
described I heard what I thought was a back fire. It run in my mind 
that it eight be someone throwing firecrackers out the window of the 
red brick building and I looked up at the building . I then saw this aan 
I have described in the vdndow and he was talcing aia with a high pov/ered 
rifle. I could see all of the barrel of the gun. I do not know if it' 
had a scope on it or not. I was looking at the man in this window at 
the time of the last e;:plosion. Then tnis -an let the gun down to liis 
side and stepped down out of sight. He did not seej: to be in any hurry. 
I could see this uian fro-i about iiis belt up. There was nothing unusual 
about him at all in appsacance. I believe that I could identify this iian 
if I ever saw him again. , ^ 



Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the -lEnd ^g^W ^oHaber ^ 0.19 63_ 



Notary Public, Dallas County, Texas 



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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



470 



VOLtniTARY STATEMENT. Not Uoitcr AttMt. Fena No. 86 

COUNTY ©i? ©A5XAS, TISXAS 

Before me, the undersigned •uthority, on thU the 22nd dty of NOVemt^r A. D. 19 6!^ 

P^^^fT»yTrrTf~* JP^ Arthur Chlsm yy^^y^, ^502 Underwood Driv e 

Lisbon, Oak Cliff. 

Age — §2 , Phone No 

DepoMS and tayu- 

I am married and have three children. I vas standing with my wife 
and three year old boy, we were directly in front of the Steramons 
Freeway sign, as the motorcade rounded the corner from Houston onto 
Elm. 

■When I saw the motorcade round the corner, the President was standing 
and waving to the crowd. And just as he got Just about in front of me, 
he turned and waved at the crowd on this side of the street, the right 
side; at this point I heard what sounded like one shot, and I saw him, 
"The President," sit back in his seat and lean his head to his left side. 
At this point, I saw Mrs. Kennedy stand up and pull his head over in her 
lap, and then lay down over him as if to shield him. 

And the two men in the front seat, I don't know who they were, looked 
back, and Just about the time they looked back, the second shot was 
fired. 

At this point, I looked behind me, to see whether it was a fireworks 
display or something. And then I saw a lot of people running for cover, 
behind the embankment there back up on the grass. 

And at this point, I turned back arovind and saw the motorcade beginning 
to speed up, and everybody was laying down but the driver, of course. 
I didn't notice where it went. 

My wife and I began seeking cover, and we went to our car, and then we 
told the policeman about what we knew. 





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Subieribed and iwom to before me on thfa the 22nd j,y ^f November j^ jj ,9 _6^ 

«- ^^oury Public, Dallas County, Teicks 



Deckee Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



471 



^- 34^ fT. /^ ■■■' 

VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. No* UoiI«r Artwt. Form No. 86 ^ - if . -^'^-^ 

COUNTSf ©I? DAILLAS, TEJsAs 

Before me. the undmlsnedtuihoritT. on thU the -22Qdd,^„f November ^d.I9-^ 

BenonkUv ippcarcd ^'?^T'v1n Fave Chlstn . Addrew ^^0? TTndfirvncXJ 

Lisbon, Oak Cliff 

Ase 35 , Phone No 

Depotes end Myc* 

I was with my husband and three year old child, we were standing at 
the corner where the sign says "Stenmons Freeway" to the right. 

As the President was coming through, I heard this first shot, and the 
President fell to his left. The President's wife immediately stood 
over him, and she pulled him up, and lay him down in the seat, and 
she stood up over him in the car. The President was standing and 
waving and smiling at the people when the shot happened. 

And then there was a second shot that I heard, after the President's 
wife had pulled him down in the seat. It came from what I thought 
was behind us and I looked but I couldn't see anything. 

The two men in the front of the car stood up, and then when the second 
shot was fired, they all fell down and the car took off just like tliat. 
After the motorcade went by, after that, I jumped up and headed for my 
car, we were parked up on the freeway. A police patrolman came up 
where we were , and we* told him what we saw . 



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Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the .22lld day of HSvembeE a. D. 19 -^ 



/^<.-ro^ Ps^ 



jblk, Dallas CountY<!Tex 



Notary ^1>Iic.] 



Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



472 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Under AitMt. Form No. 86 ^ ■ 

CeUNTY OI? ©ALILAS, TSSAS 

Before me, the undersigned authority, on thU the ^^d j,y qf November y^ p j^ 6^ 

P>^n.iiy,pp,.^>4 Robert E. (Bob) Edwards a>4^,^. 821 South Nursery 
^ ^ ^ Irving, Texas 

Age />"^-^ Phone No None 

Deposes and tayt:< (Employed by the Dallas County Auditor's 

Today, November 22nd, 19^3, I was with Ronald Fischer, and we were on 
the corner at Elm and Houston, and I happened to look up there at the 
biiilding, the Texas School Book Depository Building, and I saw a man 
at the window on the fifth floor, the window was wide open all the way; 
there was a stack of boxes around him, I could see. Bob remarked that 
he must be hiding from somebody. I noticed that he had on a sport shirt, 
it was light colored, it was yellow or white, something to that effect, 
and his hair was rather short; I thought he might be something around 
twenty-six, as near as I could tell. 

The motorcade rounded the corner about this time, and then I thought 
I heard four shots, but it never occurred to us what it was. The shots 
seemed to come from that building there. 



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Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the S^nc^ . j.y ^f Novemb e r ^ jj jj Sji 



NotaryTublic, Dallas County, TcMs 



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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continuied 



473 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Under AttMt. Form No. 80 

SHESRIIFF'S DBIPAHnrRSENT 
COIUNTTY ©I? ©AIXAS, TTEXAS 

Before me, the undcnlxned authority, on thU the -22nd j.^ ^f November ^ p. 19.6JL. 

penonUWappeated ^os I.e Euins Add.e« -^li^M^a^t_|_ 

Age—Ii , Phone No. '^^ V970] 

Depoces and tayt:- i gui presently going to scaool at Frankiin D. Roosevelt 
Higu Scliool ana am in tiie 9th grade. I got out of scl-^ool this corning 
to see the President of the United States v;hen he came lo Dallas. I 
was standing on the corner of Ela and Houston street, t'roni where I was 
standing I could look across the street and see a large red brick 
building, I saw the President turn the corner in front of sie and I 
v;aived at hiin and he waived back. I watched the car on down the street 
and about the tinie the car got near the black and white sign I heard a 
shot. I started looking around and then I looked up in the red brick 
building, I saw a uan in a window with a gun and I sav; IxIl: shoot tv.doe. 
He then stepped back beiiina soiiie boxes, I could tell the gun was a 
rifle and It' sounded like an automatic rifle the way he was shooting. I 
just saw a little bit of tne barrel, and soi_e of the trigger^housing , 
This was a white man, he did not have on a hat. I just saw this can 
for a few seconds. As far as I know, I had never seen this man before. 



Subscribed and iwom to before me on this the ?^S^ day^f . Nd^e aber ^ ^ ,9 63_ 



Notary Public, t)all8s County, Texas 



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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



474 



' VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Wet Uoiicr AttMU Form No. S6 

C©«JNTY OF ©AEJLAS, TEXAS 

Befote^e. the undersigned tuthority. on thU the 22nd j,^ ^f — Novem'ber /^ p. 19_62_ 

penontlly appeared Ronaiq p. Flschey _, Addrea 4Q(?7 F3.amj^R9 1^3, v? , 

Mesquite, Texas 

A«e— 2_ — . Phone No.— ^-2r222 (Einployed by the Dallas County Auditor's 

Deposes and says:- Office . ) 

Today, November 22nd, 196^, I was with Robert E. (Bob) Edwards, we 
were standing on the corner of Elm and Houston, on the southwest 
corner; about thirty seconds before the motorcade came by. Bob turned 
to me and said that there was a man on the fifth floor of the Texas 
School Book Depository Building, at the window there, and I looked up 
and saw the man. I looked up at the window and I noticed that he 
seemed to be laying dov/n there or in- a funny position anyway, because 
all I could see was his head. I noticed that he was light-headed and 
that he had on an open-neck shirt, and that was before the motorcade 
rounded the corner. I noticed his complexion seemed to be cleai'. pnd 
that he was in his twenty's, appeared to be in his twenty's. 

I turned away and by that time the motorcade rounded the corner. And 
then I heard what I thought was three shots, and the motorcade was 
about where that Stemmons Freeway sign is there. 

I do remember one peculair thing happened just at the time I saw the man 
up there. There vas a girl walked In the Texas School Book Depository 
Building, a rather tall girl, and looked to me like she might be an 
employee in that building. . She was walking in while everyone else had 
been coming out. 




SubKribed and sworn to before me on this the —2^3^ day of Nov^mb .^ ^ A. D. 19 -£2_ 



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Notary F^lic. Dallas County. ' 



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475 



w, \^ 

VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Nm Uodcr Atfwt. Penoi M». 60 

COUNTY ®F ©AUXAS, TEXAS 

Before mc. the undcrdgncd .utKority. on ihU the _i5^ day of ^^^^^ K. D. 19-12^ 

36Q9 Patomlc 
pctKauUy appeared larxy ELorer Addrew Kllas. T^xa? 

Age ^--. Phone No. ^^3^^^ LA^:7193 

Pepo«es and fay»:- This afternoon about ID minutas after tho parade passed Poydras 
and Main Streets I went to a little Bar-:^J>-Que place on Pacific, I do not know the 
name of this place and I went in and had a grilled cheese sandid-ch with a friend 
of mine, K. chard Bartholow, who works at the fiational Bank of Commerce, Ihej had 
a radio going on in the cafe, two gentlenon that were seated at the table next to 
us had the radio on , And something came on the radio about the President being 
shot at, so I walked out with this othe r boy and he went on the bank and I walked 
down to the railroad trades at Pacific and Houston Street, Ivas waiting parallel 
to some of the tracks and there were quite a few otbSr people walking in tho same 
direction I was going. I stopped on east side of Houston street across the street 
from the Texas School Book Depository, I stood there for a few minutes and then 
a lady that was standing next tome, I asked her where there wes a telephone, and 
she said that the only pay phone that she knew of was in the Sounty Records building. 
She said that there were a lot of phones on the third floor of this building that 
I Was standing in front of. She said that she worked on the third fSS floor and there 
was probably a phone v^ there that I could use. So I rode tp the elevator id-th this 
lady aiKi got off onthe third floor with this lady and we walked to the infonnation 
■ desk and this lady went on bad: to her department, to her spot. So then I, there 
was a lady at the infomation desk and I asked her if I could borrow her telephone 
and she said that all the lines were busy, or scmething to that effect. So I stood. 
there for a minute and a fellav walked tp to me. He asked me what I want ed and 
he told me that I couldn^t use the phone. So I walked back down ±taq to the elevator 
and rode It back down to the lobby. As soon as I got to the lobby I walked back 
OTitside and the fellow that I had talked to abottt vising the phone was pointing out 
the window,pointing ta/ard me and said that I was the man that was on the thiid 
floor. At this time two officer walked tp and said for me to ccnie with them. 
These officers brought me to the County Sheriff's Office. At no time did I see 
anyone leaving the building, the Texas School Book Depository, while I was across 
the street from It, 



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Subscribed and awom to before me on this the day^pf » ?^ v°/'^^ '" A. D. 19 









Notary Public, Dallas County. Texas 

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Decked Exhibit No. 5323 — Continu'ed 



476 



VOLUNTA&T STATEMENT. Not Uo4cr AttMt. n^m No^ 86 

SHEEHIIFP^S ©EPABTMENT 
O&VrrTY OW ^AULASy TEXAS 

Before me. Ae an<Ieni£ne<! tuthotiiy. on Afa Ae ^^^ day of Novcisber ^ ^^ ^ 63 

P^^T^^-t^p 1 Philip Ben Kathaway ^ ajj — 11021 Quail Run, D allas 

_^0B: Jftly 971935 DOB: Chicago, 111- Hks: Lone Star Gas Co, Research & 
Depos««ur«««:- Developement Dept. RI 1 3711 

Ext 776 

Just before Noon today, lay friend John Stevens Rutter LavTrence, who works 
with me, and I and two other friends left the Texaco Building where we 
work going to the parade. We were valking down Coniaerce up to Main 
and Main to Akard andwhile we were valking up Akard towards Main Street 
we passed a oan v;ho was carrying a rifle in a gun case. I saw this 
iran walking towards me, walking ta:.*£rds Conmcrce, and took particular 
attention to him because ofhls size. I am 6*5" and V7cigh 200 pounds. 
This man was very tall, approx 6*6" or 6'7" over 250 pounds, very thick 
and big through the chest, in his 30*s, dirty blonde hair worn in a crew 
cut. Was wearing a grey colored buslisess suit with white dress shirt, 
fair complexion. I remarked to lay friend that there was a guy carrying 
a gun in all this cro'.7d and made the remark that he was probably a 
secret service man. I could very easily identify this man if I ever 
saw him again. The gun case was holding a rifle because I could tell 
there was a gun in it as it was a combination leather and cloth gun 
case and without a gun, it would have been limp, but it was heavy 
and he was carrying it by the handle and the bzirrell of the gun was 
up at a 45 degree angle. ' It was beigb or tan leather and olive drab 
material. 

We can place the time that we saw t±Lls man walking with the gun as 
I recall someone in the crcxid asking for the time and they said it 
was 11:50A.K. 



Sabactixd «ikI «wom to before me on tLb the ZZM-^^ ^^ > Movember _ y^ q ,9 6 3 



NoniT Pttblk. Dallas County, Texas 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



477 



VOtUNTARY 8TATEMBMT. Not Vndtt Attwt. Form No. 86 



SEIEIilFF'S ©SPAEfi'FMEFJ'S' 
COUNTY OF ©AULAS, ITBSAS 

Before me. the undenigned authority, ort thli the 22Dd_ j,y ^f Novenber _ ^ ^ 19 



63 



penonally appeared • 



CTiarles Hester 



., ^^^~TT ^^^^ Keyhole, Irving 



28 



-, Phone No. 



None 



Age- 

DepoMi and tayi:- My v/ife, Beatrice and I were sitting on the grass on the 
slope on Elm Street where the park is located, vrhen President Kennedy's 
car got almost down to the underpass, I heard two shots ring out, Tnye 
sounded like they came from immediately behind us and over our heads. 
We did see the shooting. I immediately turned and looked at the Texas 
Book Depository building and did not see anyone. The shots sounded like 
the definitely came from in or around the building. I grabbed my v/ife 
because I didn't know where the next shot was coming from and dragged 
her up next to the concrete imbankment and threw her down on the ground 
and got on the ground v/ith her. Then there was utter confusion. The 
Police rushed toward the railroad tracks and I finally found an officer 
to go to the Texas Book Depository Building. The officer I contacted 
was Officer T/iseraan of the Dallas Sheriff's Department. 
X 
X 
X 
X 



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Subccrfted and iwom to before me on this the — 22nd j,^ ^f November A. D 19 ^^ 



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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



478 



VOIUNTART STATEMENT. Not Voder Amtt. Fonn No. 86 

SBIEB&IFF'S ©HPAElTMiaN'H' 
COUNTY ©F ©AEXAS, THXAS 

Before me, ihe underilgned tuthority, on thU the — 22nd j,^ ^f November ^ ^ ^ 63 

penontlly appeared JgRA Hill ^__ a^^^. 9li02 Bluffcreek 

A«e-i2 . Phone ^^ EVl-7klc ^^^^^ 27, Texas 

Depotei and tayc- 

Mary and I were wanting to take some plctvirea or the President so we 
purposely tried to find a place that was open were no people was 
around and we had been standing half way down toward the underpass 
on Elm Street on the south side. We were the only people In that 
area and we were standing right at the curb. The Presidents car 
csune around the corner and It was over on o\ip side of the street. 
Just as Mary Moorman started to take a picture we were looking at 
the president and Jackie In the back seat and they looking at a 
little ^og between them. Just as the president looked up toward us 
two shots rang out and I saw the President grab his chest and fall 
forward across Jackie s lap and she fell across his back smd said "My 
God he has been shot". There was an Instant pause between the first 
two shots and the motor cade seemingly halted for an instant and three 
or four more shots rang out and the motor cade sped away. I thought 
I saw some men in plain clothes shooting back but everything was such 
a blvcp and Ifery was pulling on my leg saying "Get down thery are 
shooting". I looked across the street and up the hill and saw a man 
running toward the monument and I started running over there. By the 
time I got up to the rail road tracks some policeman that I suppose 
were In the motor cade or near by had also arrived and was tnming 
us back and as I csime back down the hill Mr. Peatherstone of the 
Times Herald had gotten to 1-Iary and ask her for her pictxire she had 
taken of the President, and he brought us to the press room downn 
at the Sheriffs office and ask to stay. 




SubKribed and »wom to before me on this the .£^^^!^day of ^^^. ■ — X. / ^ ^ ,, ^ ^ 

Notary Public, Dallaj County. Texas 

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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 32 479 



VOLUNTARY 8TATEl>nn4T. Not Uadcr AtiMt. Form No. 86 

COSJHTV ©I? E)AIXA§, TTISKAS 

Before me, the undenlgned tuthority. on thl« the -22 — d»y of Novembflr j^ jj. 19 ^3 

psnontlly appeared S. Mt EoH&nd ^ Addrtw 1119 Lucille. Irvin g , 

Ase 51— . Phone No B11^2l8^ Texas 

[>epo«e« and iar<:- j ^m signal supervisor for the Union Terminal and I was 
inspecting signal and switches and stopped to watch the parade. 
I was stsuidlng on top of the triple underpass and the President's Car 
was coming down Elm Street and when they got Just about to the Arcade 
I heard what I thought for the moment was a fire cracker and he slumped 
over and I looked over toward the arcade and trees and saw a puff of 
smoke come from the trees and I heard three more shots after the first 
shot but that was the only puff of smoke I saw. I Immediately ran around 
to where I could see behind the arcade and did not see anyone rvinning 
from there. But the puff of smoke I saw definitely came from behind 
the arcade through the trees. After the first shot the President sliimped 
over and Vies. Kennedy Jvunped up and tried to get over in the back seat 
to hlra and then the second shot rang out. After the first shot the 
secret service man raised up tn the seat with a machine gun and then 
dropped back down in the seat. And they Immediately sped off. 
^ Everything is spinning in my head and If I remember anything else later 
-^1 will come back and tell Bill. 




SubKribed and twom to before me on this the '^-^ <Jty of "^^'''-^'•- " ^u^^ty A. D. 19 

\ Notary Public, Dallas County, Texas 






Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continu/ed 




480 



■ (O co 

VOLUNTARY 8TATEMENT. Not Vaitt Amtu Form No. 86 

C®UNTY ©I? EDAEJLAS, TEXAS 

Before me. the underelgned authority, on thU the -22nd_ j,^ ^f — I^QV^i:.]??! A. D. 19-^3_ 

pettontUy ippemd Bnnett Jo seph I-mdson , aaa — 107 South Bishop 

Dallas, Texas 
Aee 56 . Phone No WII g-2QQ3 

DepoM* and ttyt:- I am presently employed by the City of Dallas. Texas in 
the Park Departnent. I have been so employed for the past 6 years. I'ly 
position is to take care of the property located on the ''.'est side of 
Houston Street between ?Iouston Street and the Tripple Underpass. I also 
take care of the fountain in front of the Union Terjiinal. This day I 
was sitting on the front steps of the slopping area and about half vay 
down the steps. There was another nan sitting there with me. He was 
sitting on ny left and v/e were both facing the street with our backs to 
the railroad yards and the brick building. At the same tir:e the President's 
car was directly in front of us , I lieard a shot and I saw the President 
fall over in the seat. I do not knovj who this other man was that was 
sitting beside me. In our conversation he talked about having a hard 
tiiae finding a place to park, ile also talked about v;orking somevmere 
over on Industrial Blvd. This man said Lay down and we did. I definately 
heard 3 shots. The shots that I heard definately came from behind and 
above me, Vaen I laid aown on the ground, I laid on my right side and 
my view was still toward the street where tlie President's car had passed. 
I did look around but I did not see anything unusual, either anyone 
running and I did not see any firearms at all. This shot sounded to me 
like a Liigh powered rifle. 



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Notary Public/Dallas County, Texas 



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VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Uoikr AmM. Perm No. 80 

SEEBIFP'S DEPAEITMENT 
COUNTY ©I? ©AULAS, TEXAS 

Before me, the undenigned •uthority, on thU the 22nd j,^ ^f Noveidj sr ^ jj 19 63_ 

rfftnntHYfppfQrrl J<^^" Stevens Rutter LaiTrence aaa,^. 709 Devonshire * 

DOB: 5- 21-40 POB: Oak Park, 111. ' Richardson, Texas 

Age— 23 , Phone No 

Depo(«« and tay*:- 

Today at about 11:45AM, ine and Phil Hathaway and t\ro other fellows 
left the Texaco Buildins,Tvwhere we all work together, to go see the 
parade and President Kennedy. In just a few minutes after we got 
cut on the street and walking doivn Akard, Phil called to my attention 
a big man and said he was carrying a rifle. I locked and aaw the man 
but due to a big rush of noontime people, I did not see the rifle. 
I took particular attention to him because of his size. I was walking 
with my friend Phil Hathaway who is 6 "5" and this nan was fairly close 
to his size, maybe a little taller, he was very thick chested and big 
through the shoulders, maybe 250 pounds or more, but no fat, he gave 
me the impression of perhaps a professional football player. He had 
dirty blonde hair and was a short crew cut. Ha v;as approximately in 
his 30 's. Ke was wearing a business suit and I believe it was light 
In color, perhaps tan, a x^hite business shirt, i could identify this 
vl ever sa^>7him again. 





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Subtcnbcd and (wom to before me on this the /d^y of — - A. D. 19 



Notary Publk, Da^Us County, Texai 



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482 



VOLUNTARY STATEUENT. Km Usdcr Am«. Po«m N». 8Q 

CJOUNTY OF DALLAS, TTHXAS 

Before me, the vaniaugned mithotirr. oa this the day of 



penocuIlTappeamI — J'sll^.a A^T) K?rcer . Addreu 5?00 R(^l::^ ont. No. 208 

POE: 2-10-40 Chataaooga, Tenn. Ballas 

Age — i-l , Phone No. 

DSoJ^SiSfiH.-A^^*^^^^^ Distributors, 1720 Canton, Dallas. 

On Noveiabcr 22, 1963, I was driving a rented White Valiant automobile 
west on Elm Street and was proceeding to the overpass in a v/esterly 
direction and ar a point about 45 or 50 feet east of the overhead signs 
of the right entrance road to the overpass, there was a truck parked 
on the right har:d side of the road. The tiruck looked like it had 1 or 
2 wheels up ca the curb. The hood of the truck was open. On the drivers 
side of the true!:, there were printed letters in black, oval shaped, 
which said, "Air Conditioning". This was a pickup truck and along the 
back side of the truck were what appeared to be tool boxes. The truck 
was a green Fcrd with a Texas license. I remember seeing the word "Ford" 
at the back of tha truck. 

A man was sitting under the wheel of the car and slouched over the wheel. 
Itiis man had on a green jacket, was a white male and about his 40 's and 
was heavy set. I did not see him too clearly. Another man was at the 
back of the truch and reached over the tailgate and took out from the 
truck what appeared to be a gun case. This case was about 8" wide at it's 
widest spot ar.d tapered down to a width of about 4" or 5". It was bro«-n 
in color. It had a handle and was about 3% to 4 feet long. The man v;ho 
took this out cf tihe truck then proceeded to walk away from the truck and 
as he did, the snail end of the case caught in the grass or sidewalk and 
he reached dovn to free it. He then proceeded to walk across the grass and 
up the grassy hill which forms part of the overpass. This is the last I saw 
of this man. 

I had been delayed because the truck which I described above was blocking 
my passage and I had to await tintil the lane to myleft cleared so I could 
go by the truck. 

During the ti:=e that I was at this point and observed the above incident 
there were 3 policeizan standing talking near a motorcycle on the bridge 
^ just west of Exe. 

The man who took what appeared to be the gun case out of the truck was a 
white male, who appeared to be in his late 20 's or early 30 's and he was 

Sub^Aed^'twomw before «eon 0^ ih^^-J^^djV ^ November ^ ^ ^^63_ 




Notary Publk^IUs Counry, Texas 



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<l(OLUNTARK STATEUENT. Nm Under AmM. Form Ke. 86 

SEEKBFF'S DEPARTR3ENT 
CXJUNTY ®F DALLAS, TEXAS 

Before me, the undcMigned .uthoritr. on thl» the 12nd_ ^^^ ^f Kovember ^ jj ,j 6 3 

pewontUy appeared Julj.9 Ann Mercer Addre« '?'>nO Rglnont,, No. 2 8 

A 23 Bu vt Dallas 

Age fc2 , Phone No 

Depotet and tayc- 

wearing a grey jacket, brown pants andplaid shirt as best as I can 
remetober. I remetaber he had on sose kind of a hat that looked like a 
wool stocking hat with a tassell in the middle of it. I believe that 
I can identify this man if I see him again. lia2ffiiaTXX>[XSl20CKXlC3CCilId 

The man who remained in the truck had light brown hair and I believe 
I could identify him also if I were to see him again. 



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VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Noi Uodcr AmJt. Form No. 83 

SEIEKflI7I7'S DCPACuT.ZCFJ'ir 
ODUHTV ©17 DAHJLAS, TZlJlfLQ 

Before me, the undersigned ■uthoritr. on thU the -|2nd_ ^j.^ j,f Hovenber ^ U 19 AS— 

penontlly iprtared Austin Lavrrence Killer w/m 2 6/^^^^^,, 1006 Povr&a.l Circle. Mesqultc 

Ast , Phone No. A^ 5-?99fl 

E>epotes ind tiyc- ^^7 Business Address is Texas and Louisana Freight Bureau, 
215 Union Ternin'al Bldg. and the phone number is RI 1-1396, I and Roy Shelton 
who vforks with ne was standing on tne Tripple Underpass bridge with a large group 
of people watching for the Presidential Motorcade. I saw a Convertable autornobile 
turn VJest on Eln off Houston Street. It had preceeded about halfway from Houston 
Street to the underpass when I heard what sbunded like a shot a short second two 
more sharp reports. A ran in the back seat slumped over and a woman in bright col) 
ored dress (Orange or Yellow) grabbed the nan and yelled. One shot apparently hit 
the street past the car. I saw something which I thought was smoke or steam 
coming from a group of trees north of Elm off tho Railroad tracks. I did not see 
anyone on the tracks or in the trees. A large group of people concreated and a 
motorcycle officer dropped his motor and took off on foot to the car.XXXXOCXJXXX 



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Subscribed and »wom to before me on thij the 3^ft4 — - dav^^of — ' S o v & ' rr ^ ei? ATD. 19 63 



N Notiry Public, Dallas County, Texas 

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BILL DECKER 

■) SHERIFF 

CRIMINAL COURTS BUILDmS 

DALLAS. TEXAS 

A. J. Milllcan 

2650 Valley View Lane 

Dallas 3U» Texas 

Chapel 7-14-953 

Works for Sam P. "'allace and Claude Beard Plumbing Company 

Fabricating pipe for the Republic Bank Building at the end 
of the Katy Railroad yards and the west end of Pacific Street 
I was standing on the North side of Sim Street, about half way 
between Houston and the Underpass. About five or ten minutes 
before the President came by I observed a truck fron Honest Joe's 
Pawn Shop, and parked by the Book Depository Store. Then drove off 
about five or ten minutes before the President's car came by. Just 
after the President's car passed, I heard three shots come from up 
toward Houston and Sim right by the Book Depository Building, and 
then immediately I heard two more shots come from the Arcade between 
the Book Store and the Underpass, and then three more shots came 
from the same direction only sounded further back . It sounded 
appromimately like a l\.S automatic , or a high powered rifle. 
Then everybody started running up the hill. A man standing on the 
South side of Elm Street, was either hit in the foot, or the ankle 
and fell down. And then I went on back to work. 




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486 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Under AiraM. Pona No. 86 

SEIEeiFF'S ©EPAEnrMENT 
C®ttJP^lir ©F ©AULAS, TEXAS 

Before me, the undersigned authority, on thU the ^^"<^ day of November /^ p, 1? 63 

pewonaUy appeared "^^y Ann Moorman ^ aj>i^. 2832 Rlpplewood. Dal las 

Ase_31 . Phone No.-J2A_Jb9390 

Depotei and *ayt:' Mrs. Jean Hill and I were standing on the grass by the park 
on Elm Street between the underpass Jknd the corner of ^ilm & Houston. 
I had a Polariod Camera v;ith me and was intending to take pictures of 
President Kennedy and the motorcade. As the motorcade started toward 
me I took two pictures. As President Kennedy was opposite me, I took 
a picture of him. As I snapped the picture of President Kennedy, I 
heard a shot ring out. President Kennedy kind of slumped over. Then 
I heard another shot ring out and tirs. Kennedy jumped up in the car 
and said, "My God, he has been shot." \lhexi I heard these shots ring 
out, I fell to the ground to keep from being hit myself. I heard three 
or four shots in all. After the pictures I took were developed, the 
Picture 6f President Kennedy showed him slumped over. Y^hen the pictures 
were developed, they came out real light. These pictures have been turned 
over to Officers investigating this incident. 
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Subtcrfljed and iwom to before me on this the ?^"^ - day of November ^ ^ ^^ 63 

rJotary PuBllc, Dallas County, Texas 



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487 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Undcf Atiwt. Form No. 66 

COUNTY ©I? DAILLAS, TESSAS 

Before me, the undertigned authority, on thU the 22nd_ j,^ ^f November y^ jj. 19^^ 

penonallT appeared Gayle Newman ^ Addrew 718 V. Clarendon . Da lias 

A«e_22 . Phone Ko. ^^ 8-6082 

Deposes and tayu' My husband, Billy, myself and our children were standing 
about halfway bet©een the corner of £lm and Houston and the underpass. 
We were the last people in line going toward the underpass. When 
President Kennedy's car was about ten feet from us, I heard a noise 
that sounded like a firecracker going off. President Kennedy kind of 
jumped like he was startled and covered his head with his hands and then 
raised up. After I heard the first shot, another shot sounded and Governor 
Connally kind of grabbed his chest and lay back on the seat of the car. 
When I first saw and heard all of this, I thought it was all of a joke. 
Just about the time President Kennedy was right in front of us, I heard 
another shot ring out and the President put his hands up to his head. 
I saw blood all over the side of his head. About this time Mrs. Kennedy 
grabbed the President and he kind of lay over to the side kind of in her 
arms. Then my husband, Billy, said it is a shot. Vi'e grabbed our two 
children and my husband lay on one child and I lay on the other one on 
the grass. Yfe started to get up and then all of a sudden we lay back 
down. I don't know v/hat it was but another shot may have been fired 
that caused us to lay back dov;n. Everyone started running back toward 
the brick structure. Vife got up and went back there. Everyone was saying, 
"V/hat happened? VfTiat happened.?" Some man from Channel 8 here in Dallas 
took OS over to th6 studio where we gave statements of what we had seen. 
This is all I saw of know of the incident, 
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Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the M^ day of November a. D 19 — 

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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — ContiniKed 



488 



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^ VOLUHTAltYnATEMEKT. Net UD<>ct AtnM. r«rin No. 80 ' V"*-' 

SHEKBFF'S DEPARTMENT 
C5®«JNTY OF ©AULAS, TEXAS 

Before me. dte undenSsned autkoritr. on thl* the 22nd day of NOVemlDer /L D. 19—^2- 

peaoaaOT appeared Jean TJowTfin , Addre« 3893 Clo ver Lane 

oi TTT « ),o^^ Dallas, Texas 

AsB 21_ Phone No. FL 2-4222 

Depoces and *ayt> 

My name is Jean Newman, I live vith my parents, my father's name Is 
G. C. Kimbriel. I work: at the Rheem Manufacturing Company. 

I was standing right on this side of the Stemmons Freeway sign, about 
half -way between the sign and the edge of the building on the corner. 
I was by myself, there were other people around watching the motorcade. 
The motorcade had just passed me when I heard something that I thought 
vas a firecracker at first, and the President had just jjassed me, because 
after he had just passed, there was a loud report, it just scared me, and 
I noticed that the President jumped, he sort of ducked his head down and 
I thoxjgfat at the time that it probably scared him, too, just like it did 
me, becaiise he flinched, like he jumped. I saw him put his elbows like 
this, with his hands on his chest. 

By this time, the motorcade never did stop, and the President fell to 
his left and his wife jumped up on her knees, I believe it was, in the 
back of the car on her knees, I couldn't say that for sure. And I 
realized then it had been a shot. I looked in the car and she was on 
her knees, and he wasn't even visible in the car. I looked around then 
and everybody was running every which way, I don't know why I didn't run, 
I Just stood there and backed up and looked around to see if I could see 
anything, but I saw no one whatever with anything that resembled a gun 
or anything of that kind. 

I Just heard two shots. "When it happened, I was just looking at the 
President and his wife, and when she jumped iip in the car, I had my 
vision focused on her, and I didn't see anything else, about the others 
in the front of the car. 

Tbe first Impression I had was that the shots came from my right. 



Sub «c ia>ed and swoxn to before me on this the 22ad — day of November A. D. 19 ^3 

rb ^ - Ck>-^ j> ^ Oc /y^^^ ^-^gt^ 

^/Noearr PubUe/balla* County. Te*»*^ 



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489 



VOLUNTARY STATEVtENT. Net Uodcr AtTMC Perm Ne. 86 

SEIEiafiFF'S DEPARTR^ENT 
COUNTY ©F ©AULAS, TEXAS 

Before me, the undersigned tuthority. on thU the _22nd ^^ ^f November ^ p ,j_63_ 

pe»«>ndly •rv""* William Eugene Newman ^ a^^.^. "^^^ ¥^vS^^^^"'^°^' D^ ^^^^ . 

22 _. ^, WH 8-6082 
Age , Phone No.^ . 



Deposes and *ay«:- Today at about 12:45 pm I was standing in a group of people 
on Elm Street near the west end of the concrete standard when the President's 
car turned left off Houston Street onto Him Street. We were standing at the 
edge of the curb looking at the car as it was coming toward us and all of 
a sudden there was a noise, apparently gunshot. The President jumped up 
In his seat, and it looked like what I thought was a firecracker had went 
off and I thought he had realized it. It was just like an explosion and 
he was standing up. By this time he was directly in front of us and I was 
looking directly at him when he was hit in the side of the head. Then he 
fell back and Governor Connally was holding his middle section. Then we 
fell down on the grass as it seemed that we were in direct path of fire. 
It looked like Mrs. Kennedy jumped on top of the President. He kinda fell 
back and it looked like she was holding him. Then the car sped away and 
everybody mn that area had run upon top of that little mound. I thought the 
shoiil had come from the garden directly behind me, that was on an elevation 
from v;here I was as I was right on the curb. V do not recall looking toward 
the Texas School Book Depository. I looked back in the vacinity of the 
garden. 



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Subscribed and .worn to before me on this the ^^^^ day 1^f ^^^°^^^'^^5f- _ A. D 19 

t. C. GENTRY // 
T Publk, Ehllas Cc^intY, ' 



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Nourr Publk, Ehllas County, Texas 



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DECKiai Exhibit No. 5323 — Continufed 



490 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Uodcr Atmu Form No. 86 

SHEKIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
COUNTY ©IP DAULAS, TEXAS 

Before me, the undenlgned «uthoritT. on thl» the -£EQ^ day of Moveu bei' ^ p 19 JlI- 

petipntlly appeared EmeSw Jay Qwens , A^^Tftt "^007 Peaca tree^ 

_, . llesqiiite, Ie::as 

Ast 32 , Phor>e No bone 

Depotes and layi:* Yesterdciy afoSrnoon, Thursday, and wliile on my vay honae 
from work, I passed a 2:an valking in a westerly direction on '..'ood Street 
as well as I can reaeaber about Uood-Lattiaer Expressway. I was heaaed 
in an Easterly direction in ay car and this was soreti:::e between 's-ijjpu 
and 5il5pa» This aan I saw v/as a '.vui^ie ilale, about 5 ioot U to 5 fooi 6 
inches tall and heavy build, not fat but large saoulders. This can was 
carrying a foreign aade rifle, long biue steel barrel and a long yellow 
stock. This aan was wearing a dark colored suit and was bareheaded. lie 
was carrying the gun on his right side in his right hand. As far as I 
know I have never seen this nan before and I could not be sure that I 
could Identify hia if I ever saw him again. This aan came out of a 
parking lot with the gun in his hand. I can not be sure if this weapon 
had a scope on it or not, I would say this man's age was betwsen 35" and 
1+5 years and he did not have glasses on. 



Subscribed and «wom to before me on tWs the 22nd_ a..^ N<;^mber ^ ^ , ^ 63_ 



Nounr Publkybhlla* County, Texas 



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. VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Uodct AttMt. Form No. 86 

SEEESIFF'S DEPAESTMEHT 
COUMTTY ®r? DALLAS, ITEKAS 

Before me, the undersigned tuthorlry. on thU the _ 22ndj,y pfNovoaber ^ ^ 19 63 

penontUy appeared Kr .T.n. Frlr.ft , Address 26Q2 Aator, Dallflfl 

A jt 62 Phont No ^^ ^ 19lt.O Bu 3 . Terminal Annex, Gen» Service RI 8 5611 

ru -I " Ext 3105 

Deposes and stys:> 

This day at about 1235 PI'I I was on the roof of the Termaniel Annex Bldg on the 
NE Corner when the presidential Motorcade came down Main to Houston, North on 
Houston and then VJ^est on Elm, The cars had proceeded VJest on Elm and was 
just a short distance from the Tripple imderpass, when I saw Gov« Connelly 
slump over. I did not see the president as his car had gotten out of my 
view under the underpass. There was a volley of shots, I think five and then 
much later, maybe as much as five minutes later another one, I saw one man 
run towards the passenger cars on the railroad siding after the volley of shots < 
This man had a white dress shirt, no tie and kahki colored trousers. His hair 
appeared to be long and dark and his agility running could be about 25 yrs of 
age. He had something in his hand. I couldryl^ be sure but it may have been 
a head plece.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 





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492 



VOLUNTARY 8TATEWENT. Not Under AmJt. Form No. 66 

COmK-iTY ©I? DAILILAS, ITEJIAS 

Before me. the undersigned tuthority. on thU the .22nd_ j^^ ^^f t?Overher _^ jj^ 19__il 

pcrtontlly tppeartd — Bprhnr," "riVrr Rrr'Tfinfl , Addrew 30?fi T— -^rly y;r. , 

D0B:4-5-^i6 Dallas, Texas 

Age 17 Phone No FS 7 ?.?01 

FOB: Gx"nd Prairie, Te::as 
DcpotM »na 5ayi:- 

Ky husband, Arnold Ro-.;land and I caca to dov/ntoim Dallas today at 
approximately 12:10?M to see the President in the motorcade. We are 
both students at Adanson High School, but my husband has been ill and 
neither of us vent to school today in order to see the President. 
We had taken a position at the side entrance of the Sheriff's Office 
on Houston Street and v;ere standing there talking. Wo talked about 
security ineasures for the President and had talked about the recent 
affair with tir. Stevenson. Arnold told me to look up at the building 
which was the Texas Book Depository at t\;o adjoining open windov/s, that 
there was a man up there holding a rifle and he must be a secret service 
man. I looked up and Arnold told me he had moved back, but I didn't see 
anything because I am very nearsighted and I didn't have my glasses on. 
V?e didn't think anything more of this and in about 15 minutes the President 
passed where we \;ere standing and turned left onto Eln Street and started 
down tov/ards the ur:'erpass \7hen I heard a report and thought it was a 
backfire then in a feu seconds another report sounded and in another fc: 
seconds the third report. We started running towards Elm Street and 
that is all I know. 



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Not»ry Public, Dallas^Counry, Texas 



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VOIUNTARTC STATEMENT. No« Uode* Amn. Form No. 86 

SEIEB5I?I?'§ DniPACTMGN'jr 
CGUBHTY ©F DAIOLAS, TI3XAS 

Before me. the undewlgned »uthority. on thU the .22llsL dty of Kcr>7cnbcr ^ d. 19 ^^ 

pewondly appeared Arnolcf^Ro'^flcnd ^^^^^ 3026 n.-in^crly gt. . 

D03 4-2y-45 P03: Corpus Christi, Texas Dallas, Texas 

Age , Phone No F E 7 IgQ l 

Deposes tnd says:- 

I am a student at Bdasison High School in Dallas, Texas. I am enq>loyed on 
weekends at the Pizza Inn located on West Davis Avenue in Dallas. At approx- 
inately 12:10PM today, rxy wife Barbara and I arrived in do;.-nto^<7n Dallas and 
took position to see the President's motorcade. Us took position at the 
west entrance of the Sheriff's Office on Houston Street. We stood there 
for a tine talking about various things and were talking about the security 
measures that were being made for the president's visit in view of the 
recent trouble v-hen llr. Adalai Stevenson had been a recent visitor to Dalles. 
It must have been 5 or 10 minutes later v/hen we v;ere just looking at the 
surroudding buildings when I looked up at the Texas Book ■fs^.v/i.-aiiiaafy building 
and noticed that the second floor fraa the top had tv:o adjoining windo%/s 
which were wide open, and upon looking I saw what I thought was a man standing 
back about 15 feet from the \yindows and was holding in his ams what appeared 
to be a hi powered rifle because it looked as though it had a scope on it. 
He appeared to be holding this at a parade rest sort of position. I mentioned 
this to ny wife and merely made the remark that it must be the secret service 
men. This man appeared to be a white man and appeared to have a light colored 
shirt on, open at the neck. He appeared to be of slender build and appeared 
to have dark hair. In about 15 minutes President Kennedy passed the sp^ri: 
spot where we were standing and the motorcade had just turned west on Eln 
heading doxTO the hill V7hen I heard a noise v;hich I thought to be a back fire. 
In fact some of the people around laughed and then in about 8 seconds I heard 
another report and in about 3 seconds a third report. My wife, who had ahold, 
of my hand, started running and dragging me across the street and I never did 
look up again at this window. 

This statement is true and correct to the best of my kncv7ledge and belief. 



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Subwribed and .worn to before me on thJs the _22Tid ^ ^( Novemb e r ^ q. ,9 __63 



Noury Public. Dillas County, Texas 

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VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Under AmM. Form N». 66 

SEERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
COUNTY OW ©AULAS, TEXAS 

Before me. the undenlgned tuthority. oa thb the 1.22nd j,^ ^f KovcF^gr y^ D. 19 ^ 

penontUytppeared Garland Glenvlll Slack ^j^^, 4130 Doalv St.. Dall as 

Age 59 . Phone No._EV_i2950 

Deposes and tays:- 

Today, I was standing on Houston Street, just belov; kthe window 
to Sheriff Bill Decker's office x^aiting for the parade. I was standing 
there when the President's car passed and just after thay rounded the 
corner from Houston onto Elm Street, I heard a report and I knew at once 
that it was a high-powered rifle shot. I am a gih big game hunter and 
am familiar with the sound of hi powered rifles and I knew vrhen I h^aard 
the retort that the shot had hit somothing. Withnn a fsxK few seconds 
I heard another retort and knew it also had hit souething and all I 
could see was the highly colored hat that Mrs. Kennedy had on. I couldn't 
see anything else. I v;as so sick that I went back to my office but after 
thinking it over, I came back as a citizen to offer my statement if it 
could help in any way. During the time I was standing there I did look 
up into the building v/here the Texas Book Depository is and saw some 
people, maybe 12 or 14, hanging out of windows, but I didn't see anyone 
with a gun. 

When the sound of this shot came, it sounded to me like this shot cair.e 
from away back or from within a building. I have heard this same sort 
of sound when a shot has come from within a cave, as I have been on 
many big game hunts. 




Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the 22nd jU/of November ^ p ,p _63 

- Notary Public, Dadas County, Texas 

Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



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744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 33 "^^^ 



VOLUNTARY 8TATEi<ENT. Not Voia Artut. Form Na. 60 

Before me, the undersigned .uthorir/. on thU the ?i dty of Novenber ^ jj. 19 ^ 

pcnonln/appeafed RnycR Glenn Suk Skelt.on , Addresi 7^09 'Pir'-.nn 

La 1 2745 Bus. address 215 Union Terminal Ri 1 1396 
Age 3-3 , Phone No V;.:-1 

Depose. «nd .ay..- j ^^^ standing on top of the train trestle 
where it crosses Eln Street with Austin Miller. U'e saw 
the motorcade come around the corner and I heard something 
which I thought was fireworks. I saw something hit the ■ 
pavement at the left rear of the car, then the car got in . r. 
the right hand lane and I heard two more shots. I heaa a f^ 
woman sa "Oh no" or something and grab a man inside the 
car. I then heard another shot and saw the bullet hit the 
pavement. The concrete v.'as knocked to the South av;ay from 
the car. ixhx It hit the pavement in the left or middle lane. 
I then went dov;n to my car radio to see if I could find out 
what happened. After I came back up, a policeman askcdme 
if I had seen anything and brought me to the Sheriff's Office. 



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SubKribed «nd »wom to before me on this the — S-3 day of J^ovc H>fee-F — ^-y- A. D. 19 - 65 



Notary Public, Dallas County, Texas 

Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continuied 



496 



VOLUNTARr STATEMENT. Nol Uod« Ar««^t. Form No. 80 

COUNTY CI? D/aHJLAS, tujias 

Before me. the undenlgned «uthorltT, on thl» the — ?£ — diy of Nnvfim'hffr A. D. 19 ^3 

pgnontllT irr^'fT^ -T^FiFiR Jpnies vrilllamsn.-; ^ aaa — 1211 Columbia Drive 

^ ^0 . PHone ^,._PL2_7086_I^view ]l^''lTlen%r/ ,lli,, , 

Depoi., .nd ..y.:- iTViJlg, TexaS . 

Last Tuesday evening at approximately 12:15 AM (Wednesday morning), 
a lady friend and myself jxx we had made an acquaintance, of a man 
who invited us to his Motel for some after hours drinking (after 12 at 
night). I don't have his name but I have the license number of the 
car he was driving. I left my car at the parking loti near the Baker 
■ Hotel, in Dallas, and we proceeded to his motel, a large kitchenette 
motel, as you go across the Houston street xxsdssx viaduct it is the 
first motel on the right, it's a big white motel, not too modern, I 
don't know the name of it. After the three of us got to his motel, 
where he was previously registered, we had a few drinks in his room. 
He proceeded to entemt tain us with a mandolin and seemed to be pretty 
good with it. Ve had been there about 50 minutes, as well as I 
remember. About this time this fellow began to make indecent remarks 
to the woman, to the effect that hQ wanted her to get in bed with him. 
We had all been drinking, I was fairly well polluted, more so than the 
others but still had my mental and reasoning powers. At this point I 
objected to his language and overtures and we became involved in an 
argument of words. Something cam.e up to the effect that he mis must be 
a queer or something. Then he tells me to get the hell out of there and 
if there's not going to be a party get the hell at of the place, I believe 
is the way he said it; and as I turned to walk ^jward the door and told 
the woman with rrs let's go, he pulled a rifle out of the closet, and put 
a round into the chamber, pointed it at me, and said: "Leave '.'... in so 
manj words that's what it amounted to . As the woman and I got to the 
door he said, "I should make you strip and let me see your beautiful body." 
With that we walked out the door. He left the rifle inside the room and 
came outside and told us to get into the car and he would take us back to 
our car. Whens we got back to the parking lot v/here we had previously left 
BHXXK?;r my car, after some more conversation to the effect that I didn't 
appreciate what he had done and this and that, then he pulls a pistol — 
I don't know where it came from, whether from his pocket or from the seat 
of the car on the left. He had the pistol in his lefthand. We were still 
in his car just as we were about to get out. And he said to sit still. 
And the woman put her hand on the barrel of the gun and told him to point it 
the other way, she was scared. I said to her, ''Let's go." And opened 
the c ar door. We got out of the car and walked over to our car, which 
was about six feet away from his at the time. As he drove off in his car, 
the worasin and I both got the ixEssruc license number on his car, and ve 
each repeated it aloud to each other, I continued to repeat the number 
until we got in my car and the woman wrote the number down on the back of 
a check book that was laying on the dash of ray car . ( continued next page ) . 
Subicribed and «wom to before me on this the day of A. D. 19 




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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



497 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Not Under AtnM. Form No. 80 

Page #2 SHERIFF'S DEPARTMESNTT 

COttJIiJTY ©F DALLAS, TEXAS 

Before me, the undcnlgned authority, on thU the dty of A. D. 19- 

perwndly appeared Jesse jam es Williams ^ Addre« 



Phone No. 



Deposes and tayi:> 

Page #2. 



5tiat was the last I saw of him. This man, to the best of my recollection, 
was 'approximately five foot eight inches tall, weighing approximately 175 
pounds; with dark hair; normal complexion; approximately 50 yesirs old. 
He didn't appear to be a learned person, that is too well educated, and 
did not appear to be ignorant by any means . 

The woman friend says that he had real wavy black hair and was in her 
opinion about five foot ten, and would weigh about I65, and about J>0 
years old. 

The best I can describe the rifle. It appeared to be well kept, a deer 
rifle or something, I don't know too much about guns; ±fc I know it was 
not a .22; I know that it was a larger caliber gun, perhaps in my judgment 
a 505 caliber. . .that would be my guess what It would be. It had a chrome 
appearanc^e about it somewhere. 

I heaird him cock the pistol as he told us to sit still, and I got a very 
dim look at the gun, it seemed a long barrel like a police officer normally 
carries . 

Ve both agreed it was a light green car, a new model somewhat on the smaller 
side, about like the appearanc^ of a Chevy II. She says it was an extremely 
light green. The License Number on the car was IK — CD 15^ Texas. 

After the tragic incidents that have occurred in Dallas this date, upon 
hearing about the killing of the police officer I thought about the Incidents 
related above about the man with the rifle in the car, and for these reasons 
I decided to give the information contained herein to the proper authorities 
for whatever value it may liave. 




U^i/^yx.^ yyi/Jl-t^^-^ 



Subscribed and »wom to before me on this the —22 i^y ^( November A. D 19 ^ 



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/^ Notiiy Public, Dallas County/Ve 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



498 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Nfot Uodcr Amrt. Form No. 86 

COUNTY OF DAIXAS, TEXAS 

Before me. the undenigned tuthority. on thU the — l^^d.y of Noveniber ^ j^ j^ 63 1 

petsoiuUT appeared Eddie Piper ^^,_ 3402 Munger Avenue , Dallas 

__ _. - rttnn WKfe: Janitor- Xe>cas iicliooi tii; Dep. 

Age— 55 , Phone m^ TA 1 2190 j 

Depoces and (ays:> I 

I have been employed as janitor for the Texas School Book Depository for 
a little over 4 years. I do thepacking of the books as well as lock 
up at night. I came to work yesterday about 10:00 AM and I work until 
7:00PM. There has been a man that I know only as "Lee" who has been 
working there about 5 weeks. He fills the orders and I pack the orders. 
Yesterday, at 12:00 Noon, this fellov? Lee says to me, "I'm going up 
to eat" and I went on to my lunch. I went to a front window on the 
first floor and ate my lunch and waited to see the Presidcntts parade 
go by. I saw the president pass and heard soae shots and looked at the 
clock there and saw it was 12:25PM. The shots seemed to rae like they 
came from up inside the building. It was about 1:00 PM when the police 
made us vacate the building and as we were being checked out, I noticed 
that "Lee" wasn't with us and I mentioned to some of the employees there 
checking out that Lee wasn't there and somebody said, he must have already 
gone out. This man Lee has never talked much to anyone and hardly ever 
said anything to me. He kept pretty much to himself and hardly even 
answer when I would say "Goodmorning". 




SubKribed and .worn to before me on this the ^^^^ Jda/of November ^ ^ ^ ^^ 63 




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' Noury Publk/Dallas County. Texas 

Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



499 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Net Uodcr Attmt. rena No. SO 

SHISnBFF'S DEPARTMENT 
COUTSTY ©F DAIXAS, TEXAS 

Before me. the undenJgned .tithoritr, on thb the -^iH^dty of November ^ p 19 63 

penonallr tpfwared Hnlcoln .Srn^f^rs , Addrea A05 E. Hth SfrPP t 

Ase 39 Phone h>t WH 6 3558 WK: Self Employed- Sunmers Mailing Serv, 

Depotes and My«:- 

Yesterday, November 22, 1963, I was standing on the terrace of the 
small park on Elm Street to watch the President's motorcade. The 
President's car had just come up in front of me v/hen I heard a shot 
and saw the President slump do\7n in the car and heard Mrs. Kennedy 
say, "Oh, no"., then a second shot and then I hit the ground as I 
realized these were shots. Then all of the peq>le started running 
up the terrace av/ay from the President's car and I got up and started 
rxinning also, not realizing what had happened. In just a few moments 
the President's car sped off and everybody was just irunning around 
towards the railroad tracks and I knew that they had somebody trapped 
up there. I imagine I stayed there 15 or 20 minutes and then went 
over on Houston Street to where I had my truck parked. I had just 
pulled away from the curb and was headed toward the Houston street 
•viaduct when an automobile that had 3 men in it pulled away from the 
ctirb in a burst of speed, passing me on the right side, which was 
very dangerous at that point, then got in front of me, and it seemed 
then as an afterthought, slotted in a big hurry in front of me as though 
realizing they would be conspicious in speeding. These three men were 
of slender build and seemed to be very excited in talking and motioning 
to each other. They went across the Houston Street Viaduct and I 
ttirncd off at Marsalis Street exit and they continued on going towards 
Zsngs Blvd. They were in a 1961 or 1962 Chevrolet sedan, maroon in 
color. I dssJiaiEl: don't believe I could identify these men, but I do 
believe I could identify the automobile if I saw it again. 



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Notary Public, Dallas County. Texat 
Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



500 



VOLUNTARY STATEMENT. Net Uodc* Atntt. Fonn No. 88 

SHERIFEf'S DEPARTMENT 
CJOttJNTY ©1? DAIiAS, TEXAS 

Before me. the undersigned suthoritr. on thli the -iilii. dar of NoveLiber ^ p B_^3_ 
pcrwftmllT «ppe«ed ^-^illia.^ Clifford A nderson Addrew 250^ Kllburn, Dallas 

Age 22 .Phone No. 

Depotes and tayc- I am presently living at 2503 Kilburn where I have a roan 
with a llrs. Rogers. The telephone nuaber 'there is FR ^©1170. l-iy folks 
live at 5125 Corrigan, Dallas, Texas and the telephone there is 
FR 'r©S331. I am .eaployed for Joe Simiiers Loop 12 Conoco Service 
Station at Loop 12 and Lancaster Road. The telephone number there is 
¥R 6-6 7C6. On Saturday, ilovember the iCth, I963 a nian vhose na^ie I 
do not know coved into the cottsge behind 2503 Kilburn that he rented 
froj: Mrs. Rogers. lie rented this cottage for 1 week. Another nan has 
been to this cottage naiiied D. H. 2icFadin. IIcFadin is about 26 or 27 
years of age, dark hair, heavy build, 160 to 170 pounds. Ihe other nan 
I have not seen but one time and I can not be sure of a gooa description 
on him. These tv/o men either co;::e in late at night or early in the* 
mornings. One other 0(-d thing is that they always park their cars of 
backing then into the driveway. One of the cars is a two tone Pontiac 
about a 58 i^odel and the other one is a foreign laanae car and is black. 
They both bear Texas license plates. Last P'riday night I had been over 
to my girl friend's house and had left there about llpz and went directly 
hose. Tills took r:e about 20 minutes, as I went directly home. I then 
went to bed anu soaetluie, I think it aust have oeen early Saturday 
morning, I heard voices outsiae uiy window on the walk. One person was 
saying "Well it's over". The other man said "Keep <^uiet, that guy 
is probably still awalce", I heard nothing else, ana went on back to 
sleep. Tais laorning Ilrs. Rofe^rs told ue chat she had not seen them any- 
more and I went out to the cottage and lookea around. I found 3» 30-30 
calibre shells a photograph taken at Guthries at Corinth and Industrial 
and smother picture and a letter and an envelope, I picked up these 
things aflter thinking about what iiad happened and the conversation I had 
overheard and brought them to the Dallas County Sheriff's Office. To 
me these two men have acted pecular all week and after hearing them early 
Saturday morning, they have disappeared. The nan shown in the picture 
froJi Guthrie's is the iicFadin man. 



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Subscribed «nd twom to before me on this the ?Z£ii diy pf^ ^ ' A. D. 19 ^ 



^•^-vl 



-£4- 



Nourr Public. Jounty, Texas 



OFflCeRS I 



SUPPCemNTS 

Decker Exhibit No. 5323— Continued 



501 



3RM 114 SUP. I 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMLNT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of Complainant • , ■ Serial No. 

REF: ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY 



.ons 



FROM: HARRY WEATHE RFORT), Da ptity ."Sheriff 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(iBTestigating Officer must lisn) 

1 

. n.t« November 23 19 63 

On Friday, Kovember 22, 1963, at about 12:30 PM, I was standing in 

front of the Sheriff's Office watching the Presidential Motorcade. The 
^'resident's car had passed my iocation a couple or minutes when i heard 

a l oud repor .: wh i ch I thought w a s a rai l r oa d t o rpedo, — a s i t s o un d ed a s 

if it came from the railroad yard. Thinking, this was a heck of a time 
tor one to go off, then 1 heard a Znd report which had more ot an echo 
report and thought to myself, that thio wa s a rifle and I s tarted toward s 
the corner when I heard the 3rd report. By this time I was running 



towards the railroad yards where the sound seemed to come from. I got 

with D e puty Alla n S'A ' eatt a n d was s e a r ching th e tracks and cars, e tc, 

then someone said the shots came from above. I then went to the Elm 



Street loading gates of the Texas School Book Depository where I met 

D ep u t i e s Ralpl i Visit e rs, Luke M oo n e y, Eug ene Boon e and Sam W e bst er . — We 

all went intc • : b uilding and proceeded to the first floor by way of 
the stairs. I jumped out the first window onto the roof of the adjoining 



cove r ed loading dock. — I then searched the roof for any expended shell 
ca.ses , a.s at thi.s time we were trying to find just where the shots came — 
from and if they were fired from the west side of the building they 
possibly could have fallen onto this roof. Mnding no shells, JL then 
rjimh^ H irttr, ^hp» i.TinHnM ar»H p^ar^pH gparrW ng rhp firsr flAnr, with an 

unknown DPD detective. Then learning other officers were searching this 
first floor, I went to the top rioor to start 6o\m with each floor. 
Looking over the 7th floor to no avail, I came down to th e 6th flo ot- 



and while searching this floor. Deputy Luke Mooney said, "here are some 
shells". I went over to where he was and saw 3 expended rifle shells, a sa 

— »a ck on the floor and a partially eaten pi e ce of chicken on t op— of— one-of 
the cartons which was used as sort of a barracade, advising Mooney to 

preserve the scene for the Crime Lab. I then proceeded to look for the 
liflfc ! as it was possible it was sLill uii this fluo n — After several 
minutes passed, I was about 10 feet from Depu ty Boone when he found_the__ ' 
rifle with a light he was using. . This also was preserved for the Crime 
Lab. • ~ ; 



I recommend this case be declared 



Signed. 



nded Q 

live (not cleared) □ 

[Cleared by Arrest O 



[Un/ou 
Jinacti' 
(.Cleare 



IfiTtittgatlnr Otilei 



Ca« declared |-»Cn,^"- =-"-'§ 



'Signed, 



_ Comm>n(Hn» Offler ^ 



_ xrnol' 



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Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



502 



o • a 

SUP. INV. ^^ 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Name of Complainant Serial No. 

REF; ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY 
Offense 

Pago 2 ■ = Harry V/oathorford 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(Inrestigating Officer must lign) 



I then left the building and went to the Sheriff's Office to contact 

Sheriff Decker and report our findings. While we were standing in the 
hall talking , She^^iff Decker gave me a piece of paper wich an address 
nf ?S1S W. S^V! <^1-rppr ^ Triring,. Mp gaid ^n gP^ n^pnl-iPg R . R. Ruddy 

Walthers and U.L. Oxford and go see what we could find at this location 
as thxs man that shot the officer m uaK uiiff by the name of Oswald 

s up p o se dly live at this location and further that we vfore to me e t 

some of Capt. Fritz 's officers at this address. Upon arrival at the 

address, we saw a DPD plain clothes car about 1/2 block from the address. 
-I n this car wa s DctcctivcG Rose and Adamcik and anoth e r off i cer who m-^ 



did not know. We went to the door and knocked and a Mrs. Payne came to 
the door. I showed her my ID and told her we were from the Sheriff's Office 
and she invited u s in. — She also asked if it pe r-fea-ined— to the s hooting e nd— 
we told her yes. She introduced us to Mrs Marina Oswald and advised us 
that she could talk only a very few v7ords in English, that she was Russian, 

and that sh e w o uld inter pr et anything we V 7 a n t e d t o k now. — We told Mrs . 

Payne we wanted to search her home and she told us to go ahead, that she 
understood. 

T stayed with Mrs. Oswald and Mrs. Payne while the rpst of the men searche d 
the house. They found some literature on Cuban Freedom affairs and some 
small files and a blanket which looked tohave been wrapped around a rifle. 

Whil e standing near the phone bar, I saw a black telephone address book 
which I picked up and thrurabed through, finding in the "O's" the name of 

Lee Oswald. Texas School Book Dopository and th e tel e p hone— numb er ■ Th en 

another phone number, which I believe was written in pencil. I aasked 
what this number was, pointing to this pencil number, and Mrs. Payne said 

— that i s th e p h on e v ;h ere Le e was living. 1 gave this n u ntber t o D cput-y 

Buddy Walthers and told him to call the Sheriff and a dvis e him of our 

findings. That this was all fitting in together with the Assassination of 

— President Kennedy. ~ 



We then loaded all of our findings into our car and Brought them and 

fase decIarsH ) Inactive (not cleared) Q 
^*'* declared ^Unfounded Q 



a 

I Teconunend this ease be declared {Inactive (not cleared) O 

Arrest Q 

Signed 

InTntlwUnir Oftlctr 



, Si^ed. 



C«mm»ndlnr Offlcr 



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Deckee Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



503 



>SUP. INV. 



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COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Name of Complainant Serial No. 

^ ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY 

I Offense '. 

Page 3 - Harry Weatherford 



f 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF I>fVESTIGATION, ETC; 
(Investigating Officer must sign) 



Mr. Michael Payne, taking him and findings to the Dallas Police 




Station to the Homicide Division. Mr. Payne walked up to the house 


ill Irving about 15 minutes after we first arrived. Ha cold us that 
he was sppsratsd from his wife and v;ps workinj for RpII Helicopter 


in Hurst. V.'hen he heard on the radio about the shooting, etc, he 


said he thought he had better cona there. 


After delivering the evidence and subject to Capt. Fritz, we' then 


returned to tne Stieritt's Ottice. 




HARRY ;^ATHERFORD 


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case declared |---^""^'""''g 



I recommend this case be declared 



Signed. 



! Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) D 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



In»Mtl»«tli>» Ottlc»r 



'Signed. 



Camm»wdln« Offi«r 



Xl^ot 



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Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



504 



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M 114 SUP. INV. 



O 



8 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of Complainant 

PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY 



.(ra« 



ASSASSINATION 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC.; 
(bvcstigatiiiff Officer must »ign) 



D.^. Nov 23 ^ 



Kr. Decker; 



I was standing on Main Street in fr o nt of th e Criminal C o urts 

Building the morning of November 22. 1963, and observed the Presidential 
procession pass by. Just after it had turned the corner and a 



very short time later I heard what was shuts, 3 in number. — I ran 

Around the cornpr ard dirpctly across thp strept across the Dealy 

Plaza to the Elm street side of the triple underpass. As we were 
running across the street, we could see the presidential car pulling away 

under the underp a s s a nd we c o ntinued o n to the iirnnedl^te a rea . Snmp stoppe 

to talk to people standing there as there were a number of women who 
were hysterical. We could not get any Information except that the 
Pre s ident had been s hot . — Seve ral o f th e o th e r o ffic e r s in the group r a n 



on into the freight yards. After we failed to get any coherent informa- 
tion from people there, we began searching the area and possible i or fa 

minutes after the time we reach e d th 6 area, w e wont from th e r e to the 

Texas School Book Depository and 7 of us went inside. We were the first 
ones Into the building from the front door and several of us searched 

the first floor a n d moved o n up into th e building. 1 took th e back 

stairs and went first to the 5th floor. I did not see anything on this 
floor and continued on up to the 6th floor and by that time officers 



Muout j y and GrandsLaff uma on the Gth fl o or. — They t o ld me that Office r s 
Webster and Victory had gone to the 7th floor and I went on up there. 
As I started up there, Webster came to the head of the stairs and said 
chey needed lights. I left Che building and came to the Sheriff's Office 

to get the nPPdpd lights. On ^hp vay ^n rhp nffinp, T piclfpd tip Dppiity 

L. C. Smith and then met Deputy Eugene Boone whom I had previously 
sent to the jail with a young boy to get film out ot a camera, we then 
tog e th e r went to th e jail and got s om e light s and return e d t o th e-Texas— 

School Book Depository building. We took 4 lights to the 7th floor 

and we stopped on the 6th floor where Officers Mooney and Grands taff 
were s e arching th e floor. — T he other boys to ok— the— rema ining lig ht^ s to — 

the 7th floor. They had, by this time, ascertained that there was 

no one on this floor, so we started a thorough search of the 6th floor 



I I raccaimeiul this ease be declared 






{Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



lB»»«tl««tlnt Otflci 



Ca« declared {Jy^t-Mnotcearedja 



'Sirned . 



Commanding Oftic«j 



Deckee Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



505 



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^RM !!<♦ SUP. INV. 
/ 



o 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVEBTIGATIDN REPORT 



Name of Complainant 

PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY 



I Offanse 



ASSASSINATION 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(Investigating Officer muataign) 



and almost immediately. Deputy Luke Mooney called out that he had 

found some shells in the southeast corner of the floor. I was approx- 

Imat e ly f e el f ro m M o one y w hen h e disc o v ered th e sh e lls. 1 crawled 

up on a stack of paste board b oxes full of books and looked at the 

sport. Mooney then leaned out the window and called do\^n to Sheriff 

Decker who w a s sLaiidli i g on the sidewalk in fr o nt of the buildingi 

rpqnp■c;^^•n£ ^hp Shpri f f tn rnrnf npsrairfi, that hp had found the she lls. — 
Bk this time there were numerous City officers gathering on the streets. 
About 3 minutes after Deputy Mooney had called out, Chief Lumpkin and 

sgyeral offr^'^rs frnm ^^IP pnlirp d a parrmp nt r . amp rn rhp 6rh floor 

and told us not to touch anything. Approximately 5 minutes later, 
Capt. Wiii Fritz and several ot his otticers came onto this tioor. 
There T i'e re ? Hr. nr « r n i n nffi rpr< ; nn rhit; f1 nnr hy rhi<; timp a n d V7e h a d 

already started a systamatic search o f the floor, looking for the 

weapon. About l minutes after Capt. Fritz had arrived on the floor. 

Deputy Eugono Boone call e d out that he had found the rifl e s hoved 

down between 2 rows of pasteboard boKes of books. Capt. Fritz 

took over the search at this time and one of the other Deputies who 
had been in the building came and told u s that Sheriff Decker had given — 
orders to let the City take over the investigation and for the Deputies 
to return to the Sheriff's Office, which we did. We then brought the 

lights back a n d p ut them up and by this tim e the She r iff's Offi ce w a s 

so full of people and witnesses that no one could move around. I 

stayed at my desk awaiting further instructions. At approximately 
7 : 00 F M Sherif f Decker cold us that w e should go home and that we 

'uie'TP ^^) gray nn call and f f vtp wpre needed, he w oul d co ntact U S. 



Ralph Walters 



D 
I recommend thii case be declared { Inactive (not cleared) Q 

Arrest Q 



Signed. 



loTtttlt.tlnr Ofdf. 



Caaedeclaredll,---^-— 'g 



Signed—^ 



■m« ndtnrOr(tc«r 



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506 







CO 



rORH 114 BUP. INV. 



Name of Complatnuit 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION. ETC: 
(iBTMUsmtinx Officer must ■ign) 



D.t« Nov. 2P, 19^.3 



Mr. Decker; 



I was assisting In tb search of the 6th floor of the Dallas County- 
Book Depository at Elm st and Houston St. proceeding from the JisrJkiuudtdK 
East side of the building . Officer Whiteman DPD and I were together as 
we approched the Northwest corner of the building mcxxautxiAj: I was the 
rifle partially hidden behind a row of books with two (2) other boxes of 



books against the rifle. The rifle appeared tb be a 7.65nira Mauser with a 

telescope sight on the rifle. Capt. Fritz was called to the scene and also 

someone from the ID SKX3SX pictures were taken and then Capt Fritz picked 
up the rifle. I first saw the rifle at 1:22pm date. 



E. L. Boone 214.0 DSO 



1 Unfounded D 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest O 

Signed : 

, tll...tlj.tlnf Offlcf 



A^i..^A I Inactive (not cleared) D~ 
declared ^Unfounded Q 



Signed. 



CamiwanJUg Ofltcr 



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507 



O GO 

FORM 114 SUP. INV. 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Name of Complainant Serial No. 

Of/anie 

Presidential Assassination 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION. ETC: 
(IsTcstlgating Officer must tlgn) 



_ ^ November 22 

Data 



Mr DprWp'r ' 



Att approx. 1pm date I was in front of the Sheriffs Office at 

505 Main St Dallas Texas when I heard three shots comming frnm the 

vicinity of where the Presidents car was^I raced across the street 

( Main & Houston). The Presidential car and other cars were tbrning 

onto Stemmons Fwy. Some Of the bystanders said the shots came from the 

overpass. I ran across the street ( Elm) and up the imbankment over the 

retaining wall and intto the freight yard and was unable to locate anything, 

OiD Hu'~iVei'i, 

I^locate^ one (1) witness H. W. Betzner w/m 5922 Velasco Dr. phone 

TA-1-9761. He had taken some photbs just prior to the shots(35mm film) 

Betzner was taken by me to the Sheriffs ofifice for a statement. I took 

the camera and film to ID and had the film developed. Betzner had three (3) 
pictures just seconds prior to the rifle shots. The camera and negatives 
were returned to Betzner. The three (3) pictures were retained by me . 
Officer Homer Reynolds DPD obtained a statement from Betzner. The glossy 
prints of the pictures were turned over to Officer Reynolds to be placed 

with Betzners statement. 

After I had left the film in ID, I got a battery powered light and 

wfiBt over to the Texas School Booh Depository to help with the search of 
building. I proceeded to the sixth (6th) floo.* of the building to search 
for the rifle. I started on the east end of the building andworked my way 

to the west end of the building. In the northwest corner of the building 

^^ID 

approx. three (5) feet from the east wall of the stairwell'^ be hind a row 
of cases of books 1 was the rifle, fhat appeared to be a 7.65mm Mauser 



(Unfounded Q r««« <l»rUr»H Jln»«tive (not cleared) Q 

I r«»mmend thit caaa be deelarwl ^Inactive (not eleared) Q oeciarea ^Unfounded Q 

■^ (Cleared by Arrest Q 



V SIcned. 



Ii>,»«tl««tlin Officer 



Slpied. 



Commanjlny Offt«r 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



508 



'ORM 11.4 SUP. INV. 



Kame of Complainant 



G 



QD 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTeatlgstiiq; Officer must lisn) 



(Cond) Dato 19 

with a telescopic site. The rifle had want appeared to be a brownish, 

black stock and blue steel, metal parts. Capt. Fritz DPP was called to this 
location and along with an ID man DPD took charge of the rifle. Officer 

Whitman of Roble Loves office was with me when I found the ftfle itfe 

was l;22pm by my watch. I then returned to the station. 



^4 fiS^^-^ 



F..T.. R none ff 2 An D SQ 



ISl 



I neommend Uili caM be declartil 



<A 



(Unfounded 
Inactive (n 
Cleared by 



(not cleared) Q 
Arrest O 



Slpied. 



Iii»T«tlc«tl»c Otflwr 



Caa. declared |--rdr' ''"""'§ 



Signed. 



r 



CoHiTnandlng Officer. 



>f' 



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509 



9 



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rORM 114 BUP. INV. 



Name of Complainant 

Information 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Serial No. 



ma 



From Mr. Lee Bowers (Union Tenninal Co. DA -1-1909/ RI 8 U6q8) 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(iBTeatisatinf Officer muat lisn) 

Dat«__Ll=22=63 »_ 

I talked to the above sub^iect who vas on duty for the Tin Ion 

— Terainal Co« ) in a tower vhich — is loaatod about 200 yards west of th e 

xexas booK ueposltory iJUilding. he said that he heard what sounaea like 
three shots from a rifle. He said that about ten minutes before that he 

- saw a car driving around behind the building. It was a 196I chev. impala, 
uhltp^ n-'fii plpd hy r,r\e> \iMt.p. mal R. He «;a1d 1 1. had a r.nldviatpr gf.iplfpr 

— on th e back wind o w. — H e said ab o ut fiv e xaniA minut e s la ter he saw : 

another car in the same qrea. it was also occuplea by one white male. It 
was a 1957 ford, Jix2 black, gold stripe down the side. It had an out of 
state license, white with black Is numerals, 6 digits. The occupant had 
what Tnnked to be a telephone 1n hi g hand. He <;a1d that he didn't knnw 

— If e ith er c f th e s e ca r s stop pe d or p a r k e d in th e a re a» 



Elkins 



I neoramend thia eaaa b« declared 



SIcned. 



{Unfounded D 

Inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



In».rttg>tlng Offl» 



r... ^m^y.^^A Jlnactive (not cleared) Q 
Caw declared ^Unfounded Q 



Signed. 



Cotnm.njlnr OttiSr 



T?tS^- 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



510 



Q) 



(P 



rOf(M1l4 BUP. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

• SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Swial No. 



Nuns of dorapUinant 

\-' Assastnation OOf John F. Kennedy 



cro 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC; 
(kTCStigatlBK Officer must sign) 



11-22-63 



J was standing on the corner of Main and Houston, when the presendltal 

motorcade came by. A few seconds Later I heard three shots and the 

crowd beg a n to movo e nmaese tow a rd Elm Street. — When I rcachod Elm 

Street there was much confusion. I asked a woman if they had hit the 
iTresident, and she told me tta t he was dead, that he had Deen shot thru 
the head. I asked her where the shorts came from, and she pointed toward 
the concrete arcade on the east side of Elm St., just west of Houston St. 
TLmre wer e many offi c ers going toward the railroad yard by — this — t ixn e and I 

joined them in search of the assasin. A snail negro boy came up to a 

Dallas Bniform officer and told htm that he saw a man shoot out of the 
window of the school Book Depository. — I I'mmRdiatPiTy wpnt to the dfipn.sftnry 
where I was met by A. D. McCurley, Bill Wiseman of the SO and Joe Loraine 

of t he T exas School Book Dapusilury wanl lu iL ie tup o£ the building and 

started checking the floors going down from the top in search of the 

assasin. When we got down to the third floor we talked to office workers 
who t o ld us th a t th e y xcer e l ooking out of the third flonr window when the s 
khots were fired from the street near the concrete araade . We then went 

back upstairs to t he fi ft h f loo r and by this tima many offic er s w ere in 

the building and Officer Luke Mooney found the hulls of rifle cartriges 



at the corner window of Elm and Houston. We then started looking on the • 

rafters a nd — in between the box e s of bo o ks f o r the rifle . — C a pt . Wil3 

Fritz of DPD arrived on the sceae and the shells were given to him. Shortly 
after this, Officer Booh6 6f the SO found the rifle near the entrance to Lhe 

stairway. It was apparant that the assasin had run from the window 

after the shorts were fired, had hidden the rifle, then ran down the 
-a^ft Lrvay. : 

I then went up on the sixth rioor were i helped search out the attic 



Jack W. Faulkner 



{Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cletred) O 
Cleared by Amat Q 

li>.««tl««tli>t Ointn 



C« declared |iJ'«''„-<;,-' «'"-') a 



St^ed. 



Cotnmafidlng Offlwr^ 



w 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 34 



511 



FORM 114 SUP. INV. 

COmm OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Name of Complainant Serial No. 

\ 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1-3-63 

Offense 

Murder 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PR0GRES.5 OF INVESTIGATION, rrC: 
(InTcaCigatin^ Officer must ei^) 



11-22-63 



Mr. Decker: 



Friday Morning, November the 22nd, 1963 between the hours 

of approxlir.ately 12 noon to 12:35pm, I was standing in front of 
the Criminal Courts Building talking with Allan Sweatt and Robert 
Benevides and av;a iting the arrival of the motorcade bearing the 
President's party. The motorcade passed in front of us and every- 
thins appeared to be in order. A tew short seconds later 1 heard 

-a n oj:olocion followe d — in a bout 3 to 5 se cond s l a ter tw o m ore 



explosions. I am certain that I recognized the second tv;o as being 
that of gunfire. I immediately came back into the office, going 
on thorough to the back of th? huilrling a nd out ontn the strenr 



and seeing the area swarming with officers, I mingled in the crowd 

in an effort see what I could learn. — 1 — then returned to this 

office and vjent immediately to the Interrogation room where I 

spent the next fev; hours interrogating four witnesses and taking 

a ffi c ^vits from th etiu — A^t— tt\c— conc-Lu^o n of t h i s proce ss-, — I 

reinained in the office for further instructions - 



n. M- Tnnps 



Caae declare. |-7rdr'=-""1»0 



Signed. 



(Unfounded O^ 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest Q 

Signed 

Iw.»*ttg«tlnr Otflrtr 



Comc.mllnr 0»it 



"^^r" • f»?oo' I'Teoo" 

Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



512 



rORM 114 SUP. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of CompUinmnt 

Deputy Sheriff Clinton L. Lewis 



mi 



Duty Report - November 22, I963 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OP INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(iBTCsticatinx Officer must tlga) 



11-22-63 



MR. DECKER: 



The folloving report of my activities for Friday, Movember 22, 1963 

is submitted for your Information: 



I was at hone 111 on Friday, November 22, I963 when I first learned 

that President Kennedy had been shot. I im-r^edlately dressed, and 



reported to the Sheriff's Office where I contacted Allan Sweatt, Chief 
Criminal Deputy. Mr. Sweatt Instructed me to report to you at your 
station in front of the Texas School Book Depository Building, which 
I did. I remained In front of the feulTdlng tn carry mit ynnr nrr{PT<i 



Tintll, and after you had returned to the Sheriff's Office. Upon hearing 
that a police officer had been shot in Oak Cliff, I, accompanied by 



John Scholkoef, Reporter for the Dallas Mor-nlng^^evs came to the Office, 
and ^v,p Reporter asked you for transportation to the Texas Theater in 
Oak Cliff where the suspect in the killing of the officer was supposed 
to.be located. Reporter Scholkoef, and I proceeded to Jefferson, and 



Zangs where Scholkoef left the car, and I proceeded onto the Theater. 
Suspect had been apprehended, and was leaving the theater at the time 



my arrival. I returned to the station, and stayed in the office the 
rest of the day assisting both yourself, and Allan Sweatt. 



Clint Lewis - Squad 36 



(Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared bj Arrest Q 

Sifned 

lBW.t{gmHpr Offlcr 



— r 



Caa, declared |---r'''"^'g 



Signed. 



C— iw.wjiwr Offi<.r 



(T^»o' 



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Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



513 



(O 



co 



roRM 114 aup. iNV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of Complainant 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 



cm 



Officer A. D. McCurley, Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County Sheriff's Office. 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTcatlfating Officer muif nign) 



Nov 22 



63 



I was standing at the front entrance of the Dallas Sheriff's Office at 
505 Main Street, Dallas as the President's motorcade passed and was 

watching Lhu rt-maiudtjr of the parade pass when I heard a retort and 

I inirnediately recognized it as the sound of a rifle. I started running 
around the corner where I knew the President's car should be and in 

"srmatcer of a few seconds heard a second shot and then a third shot. 

I, along with other officers who had been standing near me. all st^irtcd 



running and 1 rushed towards the park and saw people running towards the 
railroad yards beyond Elm Street and I ran over and jumhed a tence and 
a railroad vrorkor s tated to me that h e b e lieved th e s moke from tho bullot s 
came from the vicinity of a stockade fence which surrounds the park area. 



A search was made of this vicinity and then information came to us that 
tho ehot c came from the Texas School Book D e po sir&o ry Suilding at th e 



corner of Elm and Houston. Officer Jack Faulkner and I, together with 



several other City officers went to the building and started checking 
th e fl o ors. — We w er e s e a r ching th e 6 th fl oor wh en D e p u ty Sh er iff Mooney, — 
who was also on the 6th floor, hollered that he had found the place v;here 
the assassin had fired from. I went over and sav; the 3 expended shells 
laying by the win d ov; that faced onto Elm S tr eet, along w ith a hall-ealeii 
of chicken that was lay ing on a car dboard carton. It appeared as 



piece 



If the assassin had piled up a bunch of boxes to hide him from the view 
of anyone who happened to cone up on that floor and had arranged 3 other 



ca rt o n s o f bo c ks n e xt to the w i nd o v; a s th o ugh t o m r. ke a ri fl e rest . — Thi s 



area was roped off and guarded until Captain Will Fritz of Dallas Police 
Department Homicide Bureau carrived. It was about this same time that 
Deputy S h e riff Eugene Boone yelled that he had found the rifl e which had — 
been placed between some rov7s of cardboard boxes near the staircase which 
leads down to the 5th floor. The Dallas Crime Lab Officers took over the 

gun an d I proceeded t o hulp offi c eis continue to search this building 

from the roof dovm and through the basement area. 



(Unfounded Q^ 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest O 

'J Signed 

lliT»«tl»«tlni Ottlc«r 



C.3. declared |-«rdr' ''"''"' B 



Signed. 



Connu«ndlnr OKIf 



w 



Deckee Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



514 



rORM 114 SUP. INV. 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

N»me of ComplainAnt John Fitzgerald Kennedy Serial No. 1-3-63 



cm 



Murder 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETCi 
(InTcatigtting Officer bust lisn) 



Mr. Decker. 



t ^^'-'-^j-^ 



21 / 22 



63 



I watched the motorcade pass on Record St. fran your office vlndow. After the president's 
car passed I started back to my desk. I heard three shots and went back to the vrindow. 

vpre running In all directions. I left the office by the back door and vent 



People 



across the street to vhere my squad car was parked on the side street jiiat back of the 
l i uuk dtjposlLory. — I drove the car on to the rail r uad tracks, t urned Lho ca r a r ound and 
stopped head west. Sgt. Harkness of the Dallas Police arrived on a 3 wheeler, Bs 



turned his radio to DPD Channel 2 and I had the sheriff's 37.300 and I6>D Channel 1 in 

m y c a r . — V e a cted a s a W es t c n mnand po s t for a b o ut . 2 h o igs . Hi nno i/ng J^flr m^t.t.(»f^ t.o 

leave any of the parking lots until cleared and then a Dallas Police Officer took their 

na m pg, — Officers were dlrtjctt i d Lo sea re h all of thg cars in the a .c ea, s o a rc h the I ' all 

road cars and to bring anyone in that knews, saw or heard anything. 



Xsu>A&iAt^o Prrn J^a^ 




Het-j uTou sT 



I r*eonunend thU ease be deeUred 
Signed 



(Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest O 



In.»ltl».tli>» Oftlt. 



Cam d«*I»r<^ (Inactive (not cleared) Q 
l^ae declared Junfounded Q 

Signed . 



Co«nm«i»illnt Oftltw 



fTcBO^ 



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515 



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CO 



rORM 114 BUP. INV. 



Name of Complainant 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Serial No. 



um 



SHOOTING OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(laTcstifatinx OKicer must sign) 



11-22-63 



Mr. Decker: 



Just shortly before 12 :30pm, Friday, November 22, 1963, I was 
standing in front of the Sheriff's Office on Main street and watched 

t he P r esident and hia pax - ly drive by. — Jus t a f e w seconds la t e r , I 

heard the first shot, which I thought was a backfire, then the second 

shot and third shot rang out. I knew then that this was gun shots and 
cvoryono clco did also. — I r a n ae f as t as I c oul d t o E l m Stre e t ju s t We s t 
of Houston and I heard a woman unknown to me say the President was shot, 



In t he head and t he sho t s came f r um the fen ce on th e N o r t h sid e o f Elm. 
I went at one behind the fence and searched also in the parking area. 
Then came from word the shot was thought to have come from the Texas 
Book Depo s itory Bldg' i on th e corner of -Elm a n d H o uston ^ 



When I arrived there tUeyi; wti Ee bringing in hand l ighLs to search 

out the top floor. I helped search the 5, 6 and 7th floors. I was on 
the floor when Officer Boone found the rifle behind some books. From 

here I went to the remaining floors a nd the a ttic f o r which w e h ad to 

have hughe fire department lights to search the attic good- Then 
Officer McCuriey and myself went to the top Of the building and sedrched 

it also. After the building was finished being searched. I returned 

to the Sheriff's office for further duties or orders. 



L. C. Smith 



{Unfounded Q^ 

Inactive (not cleared) D 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Signed . 



In.«rtl»»nt Otfle»r 



Ca« declared |l,-^-M-tc'-«')D 



Signed. 



CcmmtniU^gOIti 




Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



516 



o 



THIS IS LIST OF T7ITN$;SSSS INTERVIEVrSD BY W. I. TRANTK/iH 340 DPD 



Hugh William Betzner, Jr. w/in/22- 5922 Velasco- Emp. R. E. A., Dallas 
He was standing on the corner of Houston & Elm Streets and took two 
pictures. As he took these pictures, two or moi^ shots rang out. His 
camera was taken by unknown officers. He did not see anything, 

John A. Oiism, c/m/23 and wife Marbie Chism, c/f/19 - 4502 Underwood 
Drive, Employed at Marriott Motel. Saw the shooting take place. Saw 
what appeared to be the President shot. He did not see anything else, 

!Bob Jackson, Times Herald Reporter, who is now at Parkland Hospital, 
! is reported to have seen the rifle and the man that fired the shots 

as the shots were fired. This information from Sgt, \t, G. Jenning, 562 

Ei2 DPD (Dallas Police Department, 

Lee Bowers, 1508 Joaple Grove, RI 8-4698, Employee at Union Terminal 
il North Tower, reported seeing two strange cars shortly before the shooting. 
One - 1957 Ford blai; two door, occupied by one unknown white male who 
was using a telephone or radio mike before the parade started, 
i No Two car 1961 Chevrolet Impala 4 door. This car is white and very 
; dirty. Had a Goldwater sticker on the back window, occupied by a white 
1 male, 25 to 30, long tlonde hair. This information from Sgt. W, G, 
j. Jennings,* 552, Dallas Police Department, 

I 0, S, llcVey, w/m/?, 322 S. Marlborough, WH 1 4853 was standing on top 
I of the underpass. We also did not interview him. Information from 
: Sgt, Jennings, 

KyfftfKX 

Ifiwrence Huber Florer, 3609 Potomac, w/m/23, Emp, S, L. Ewing Co,, 

2805 Gaston, USAF # 25988326 , Texas Driver License No, 2397323, 

was behaving in a suspicious manner. He was detained by Officer v;. H. 

Denham, 1140 Dallas Police Department, This man stated to V/. I. Trantham 

that he was at the corner of Poydras & Main and heard of the shooting over 

the radio. He saw nothing and knew nothing of this incident. 



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V 



517 



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(O 



-o 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFPS DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Kune of Camplaiiuuit 

ASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 



Serial Na 



Offense 



Officer Buddy Walthgrs. Dsputy Sheriff. Dallas Coimty Sheriff's Office 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, £1X1; 
(I>TC3tismtinc Officer must rign) 

n.f Nov 22. 1963 19 

I vas standirc* at the front entrance of the Dallas Sheriff's Office 

vhen the motorcade with President Kennedy passed. I was watching the 
remainder of the tresidenc's parcy when within a few seconds 1 heard 

a retort p-rr^ I JTm-pdiately rerognizpd it to h<? a rifle shot. 1 irmr'diately 

started running west across Houston Street and ran across Elm Street 
and up into the Railroad yards. At this timfi. It was not determines 
ift in feet, this fir s t retort and 2 euccedding r e t o rts wore of a rifle > — 

hoT^ever, in ny ox7 n nind , I knew. Upon reaching the railroad yard and 

seeing other officers coming, I imniediately went to the triple underpass 
en Ela str e et in en effort to locate possible mark s left by stray bull e ts « 
VJhile I vcs looking for possible marks, some unknoxTn person stated to 
me that soiaething had hit his face while he was parked on Main Street, 

the next laxie south frotj Elm, as the t r affic had b ee n st oppe d f or the 

parade. Upon examining the curb and pavement in this vicinity I found 



where a bullet had splattered on the top edge of the curb on Main Street 
which would place the direction of firing; high aad behind the position — 

the: PrpsiHpnr'fi car uas in when he was shot. Dtie to the fact that ths 



projectile struck so near the underpass, it was, in my opinion, probably 
the last shot that was fired and had aparently went high and above the 



Pre si dent' s c a r . — At a bout th i s t i me w o r d w as p a ssed thr o ush the crcr d 

that the President had been shot, as well as Governor Connelly. Tlie 
only building that was likely to have a shot fired from in this area was 
th e Texas School Book Depository Bluilding on the northwest corner of Elm 
and Houston streets, vjhich, by this time, was fast becoming surrounded by 
police officers. Upon returning to the front of this building, I met 

Allan Sweatt, Chi e f C r iminal D e puty of th e Dallas Sh er iff's Office and 

Immediately escorted 5 witnesses to the shooting which he turned over to 
me and Cook them to Sheriff Bill Decker's office and placed them in the 
cuscody of iieputy Harold tlkins until they could be questioned. Ac chls 

tim? Deputy A l lan S we a t t t o ld mp that a police officer h a d -b een killed 

in Oak Cliff area somewhere on Jefferson Street. I ioacd lately l eft the 

ofjclce with Deputies J. F. Ramsey and Deputy Frank Vrla and ran Code i 

C O Oak Cliff . — I r ec eived inf o rmati o n by radi o that there w a s • suspect 



{Unfounded D 

Inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 

Sifned 



rf^i.^.^ llnartive (not cleared) Q 
declared |u^„„^ g 



ScbmI 



JiMlT OffVw* 



d 



t 



Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



518 






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oo 



FORM 114 SUP. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Name of Complainant Serial No. 

PaffP 9 - nppu^y Rnddy Walthers. 

OffenM 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTestifatiBs: Officer must lign) 



In the Dallas Public Library located at Marsalls and Jefferson. Upon 
arriving at this location, we were met by a number of other police officers 



and 



wa Surrounciea cne iioa r y. — it was then dcLuiiuiuiid that the person 

■fnfgido ^hp HhTTary uPs fhe Tjrong pgrson. Upon getting back Into our 

automobile, we started towards 10th Street, where the police officer had 
been killed in an effort to obtdin futther infortaation and then received 
radio information from Deputy Sheriff Bill Co urs o n, wh o wa s a l so i n the — 
Oak Cliff area, that the suspect was in the balcony of the Texas Theatre 
on West Jefferson. We arrived at this location within a tew seconds 

and were get by many other officers. — Upon proceeding to the balcony 

of the theatre, I ordered the manager to turn on the house lights. Some 
unknCT*n officer was holding a white man at the steps of the balcony and 

I p ro c e eded o n into the balcony. 1 looked over the balcony and sa'./ g 

commotion in the center section, near the back, in the downstairs of the 



theatre, and I hollered to other officers, "He's downstairs"., and we 
all r an down the steps and to the art-a u£ tlitj co i ixi o Lloi r; — Wlien I reached 
thf> area of comnntion, it was hard to tell "Who had Who" as there were 



so many officers into a melee on the floor between the seats, but I saw 
Officet Carroll of the Dallas Police DiiparcnKsnc standing on the other 

si^^e of thg> Tnr»lr>o r>f pf»opT«=» flnH T eimiTti spp a gun on thp flonr with 2 or 3 



hands on it and I reached into this melee and pulled up on the people and 
I believe it was Officer Carroll who reached down and got this gun. I am 



not positive it wa s Officer Carroll 5 but I b e liev e it wa s, how e ver, there 
was such a swarm of officers at this time, it was hard to determine. 4 or 
5 officers then began carrying subject towards the front of the theatre 
a nd I p ick ed u p ny sh o tgun w hich I had laid down in s oa e s c ats away from — 

the melee and me^ along xdLth several other officers who had shotguns, 

proceeded outside and held the crowds back so the officers could put the 
Suspect m a car. — The crowd 
and "T/>f us k ill thft SOR" . 



s wa r e pushing and y elling, "Kill the S OS 
The only thing T eve r hear d the sus 



L_£ay_ 
was, "It's all over". After they left the area with the suspect, me and 
the otticers who were with me got in our car and reported back to Sheriff 
Backer a t his o ffice . — Sher i f f D ec ker then o rdere d me, t o gether with 



C- -«>-<« ilrn'Cndid"' """"' g 



I I laeemmcnd thia caae be declared 



Unfounded Q^ 

Inactive (not cleared) D 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Sitncd. 



Iw^wtlg^tlnr Of fief 



Signed. 



Cianfftdtng Oftl 




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519 



rortM 114 SUP. INV. 



(p 



oO 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Nsm« of Complsinant SwUd Ke. 

Page 3 - continued - Deputy Buddy Walthers 

OffcnM 



DETAILS OP OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION. ETCi 
(laTcsticatinx Officer muat lign) 



Deputy Harry Weather ford and Deputy J. L. Oxford to go to a house at 

2515 West 5th Street in Irving, Texas and meet some officers from Capt. 

Will Fr lCg' office. — Ws a r rived al l o cati o n an d me t Detectiv e s R o se and 

Adameik from t:he Honicide division of the Dallas Police Department. Upon 
getting to this residence, we were met by a Mrs. Michael Pajme and upon 

showing our credentials and advising her who we were, sha stated, "It's 

about th e Pre s iden t boing s hot . — W e 've been eTcpp c rlns I'r . — Cnme on In". 

She informed us that the lady standing beside her was Mrs. Oswald. Mrs. 
Payne went on to explain that Mrs. Oswald spoke only Kussxan, however, 

he ^fould help interpret as s he spoko b o th Eng lis h a n d R u ss ifin . — Upon 

asking if suspect Oswald lived at this location, she advised that his 

wife and children lived there, but that Lee Oswald and his wife had been 

separat e d and he did not live there ■ — Mrs . Payn e gave u s permi ss i o n to 

search the house or do anything we wanted to and she also, through 

Interpretation, gave us lies. Oswald's permission to do the same. Mrs. 
Paytm then gave us a te l ep h on e numbe r and stated thet wa s the phono ruT.bor 
of Lee Oswald, however^ she advised she did not knov; an address where he 
was staying. At this time, I called Sheriff Decker and advised him of 

this and he criss-crossed this teluphuim ii mAiui. and gave u s an add r ess 

nf in?fi r^n-rth pprT.-lpy. Hp advised he would dispatch other officers to 

cover this address. About this time, Mr. Michael Payne came to this 
location. Mr. Payne works at Bell HelioCbptfeir PlaflC. Wlien toldkol Lht; 

incidont, Mr . Payno di d n o t seem a t a ll s urpri s ed , and m f ?rely s t a ted 

that he had just taken off and had come home, when he had heard that the 
President had been shot. It was then learned that Mr. Fayne had also 
been separated from Mrs. Payno and that he hac boon living in Gr a n d Pr ai r ie. 
Mr. Payne gave no explanation for coming to this house in Irving, Texas. 

Upon sea r ching this liuust: we found stacks o f ha nd bills conc e rning 

"Cuba for Freedom" advertising, seeking publicity an d supp ort for 



Cuba. Also found was a set of metal file cabinets containing records 
that appeared to bti niiflSS and activities of Cuban sjriupathlEers. All 
nf ^>^f«; pytrfpnrf^ Tj.qg pnnfiRrnfpd and turned over to Captain Fritz of the 
Dallas Police Department and Secret Service Officers at the City Hall. 



{Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 

Signed 

IwT<«tlg>tlng OfflcT 



Caae declared 11,-'-^' ''""'''§ 
Signed 



- C»rom«~Hii« 0»^ 




r«root '''■^^ 

Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continu'ed. 



620 



1 rORU 114 8UP. INV. 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Nune of Complainant Serial No. 

Page 4 - continued - Deputy Buddy Walthers 

Offanaa ' ~~ 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(iBTcatiKating Officer must aign) 



A blanket was found at location that had a string tied around one end 
of It and still bore an imprint of a rifle. It was then determined 
that suspect, lit, UbwALL) had spent the previous night at this house. 

It was also determined from Mrs. — D^Tjalr^ ^ha^ rhf A:^y >\cfnre> ^ a ftfio 

was in this blanket. Further interrogation of Mrs. Payne and Mrs. 
Oswald was carried on at the ottice or uaptain will ir^itz, Dallas 
■ Police Department t at which I wco not present ■ 



{Unfounded 
Inactive (n 
Cleared by 



Caae declared jtJ'^t'n,^""' ''""'* g 



I recommend thta eaaa b« declared 



]{ Sicned. 



(not cleared) Q 
Arrast Q 



lnw«tl»«tln» OtHc 



Signed. 



' ^ Cawremtflfia OfCk^r . 



\ 



Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued v 



521 



rORM I 14 SUP. INV. 



Name of Complainant 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Serial No. 



Offense 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC.: 
(Investigating Officer must sign) 



11-22-63 



I had jua t looked out tha wludou o f tha radio rooQ facing, ^In St 
aod watched tho rrQeldontlal porado pass and ^z It turned tho corner 

onto Record ^I— looUod— ove r in th at-dlrec t t o n b u t w as unnb ia t o eca 

any of tha vohlclos from my location and about that tlLX) I hoard 

thr e o l x>ud— roport s e ve n ly spaced ^hlch-I-preeticod-^oba-rlfIo~cr 

ahotiiun bios t » I looU o d at tha tlu^a on tha ra dio p a no I a nd It was 
about 40 scccnds eftor I2t30pa as I uaa calLlns Dallas FD on tha hot 



-llno-^nd-l^-OsUcd-tho— oporc tor-^that-aiis wared— lf-«nythtns^had-boon-r«por- 
tcd end she eald no I toLd har that I heard what X bollaved to be throe 

^ota and eha tootJi;htr~I^wflo~fclddinc."At^that tlma- a Itt ha tr affic o ff 
Ic era at t ho Intorgcctlon of fain and Record started running and sotaa 



vere on ttvslr motorcycles vlth red Il^ht and siren wide open headed In 
-tha <llrocttcn-of—th3^Tallrod-firoa-north,-ofElQ St. -About tha t-tlce- 



DFO called advlood that the President had doflnatly been hit condition 
"Tmta50T2rBrnd~WBancTitoato~^o farkland and the hospital hod boon advised -to \ 
a tan d by^ 



-gh>Rl>H>^K3vla«d-that-?&^ Decker— aatd^o^ndavery-avallab l e d ep . t y < 

to the aroa of tha railroad traok SS Ncrth of CIq St. I 

w e n t t o the'i 



~T^~^r"kncwlocIcor~cv«sryoii3^ut^ir^rXraw87~tirv-DonronTii 

ar ea to o eol at In t ho search for the suspected aceasln. 

Squads 20 » 25, 26 and various civil and constable units were In 

rout e a l ao-whon-4-5i«-,— I^'laye r a dvi se d ttmt h o w as at t he l ocati on an d th at 

there were sufficient officers at the location and the other units 
~~wer*^ not boltovod to be noedod^at^that tlna;, ^11 units weru advlsed^o 
atay In the Ir cars f o r ein 3rfc;enc y tra ffic also there were a lor L« 

number of reserve unlto on the air standing; by. t^. Ferjjsch cause Into 
— tiia-radlo-froosi «nd-wao aselfltlns-wltU traff lc-D«lla«-iO advioed-thot-one 

of their lasn hod been shot In the vicinity of DocUley and 1 0th Sto., 
"~Squad8~2A, 2tj, 2irond ^orlonsiDthar unlta procoedod to tha Icca tlim 
_-whora lt^waa_rapfcrted_that^he suspect was believed to be In the 

Library at that location. Then It was repcrted that he was In the 
— tascaa ^haatr«-on^?efforg ont they-alao advised that Officer Tlppen was 

dead. 



Secret Service Unit 437 waa doalrlna to know the locatio n o f Mr. L yndon 



Johnson after several calls located l!r. Johnson at Love Field In Air Fcrc; 



I recommend this case be declared 



Si^ed. 



Unfounded 0~ 

Inactive (not cleared) □ 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Iii»»»tl»«tlng Otdti 



Case declared ilrM'^AL""' '='""'*> g 
(Unfounded Q 



Signed _ 



Commandtny 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



522 



/ORM 114 SUP. INV. 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Name of Complainant Serial No. 

KrI O I O 

Offense 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(Investigating Officer must sign) 



No 1 and Advlsod SS 437 o£ sasao. 



Gran d Prairie called by p ublic service and said a Uro. Cunn tn4;hQta 
celled and eald tliat a eubjoct w/irno lurtSer^dooc, drtvlnj~a Ivi?? For 



_groarL^nd_vhlto Tfl3:aB llceriQa DTT 4 057 w hich wog rQp&rtod^Jnrcute^to^ 
Ranker, Te%'Q8 vas Involvsd In tho aaslasslnatlon. All auth Grand 
-Pralrle— ri> -tLaseo t^o wq b b r cc dc a a t, a nd^r^phcrt-^htlo— la tor^'trrrant- 



County adv ls od that tho cubjact had boon takon Into cu3tuly in tha 

downtown area c£ Fort Worth. 

Carrollton FO called on public service and said that scr^oono had reported 
b«-£©llt>wtn;i vehicle had boon parliod-naar tho-Harry-Hinoa-elrele^ 

for tha last 3»4 days and vory shortly after tl^a shootln:^ was reported 

the voh^clo^tef^~T*QvaTlniirKcrth^ onrnarry Ulnoa a t a Vory Til^^ rfl to of~ 
Jip««d^ Dascrlptloa as^Allo^vs, Kod, 19o3 Chavrolot Inpala^baorini^ 

Georgia Llcenoo 52J1033, this Inforuiatlon was broadcast to all ototlona 
-Norths 



hy ^ellei! faul johnscn arrived at about 2tl.0pa and I stayed In radio 
room until about 6 t45pa. 



-Vateoaj-Rad lo- 



Unfounded Q~ 

I recommend this case be declared (inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Sicned. 



li<T««tli«tln» Ofric. 



Case declared i}?*?"^!, <"°' cleared) Q 
(Unfounded Q 



Signed. 






Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



523 



roRMii4 aup. iNV. 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SLtr'5'LEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

NaoM of Complainant Serial No. 
ASSASSINATION OF 2^ZZSIDENT KENNEDY 

Off«nw 

Officer Roger Cref^, Dallas County Deputy Sheriff. 



or OFFENSE PROGRESS OP INTESTTGATION, ETC: 
Oavcat^pUiax Officer must aicn) 



Nov 23, 1963 



I was standing ir: :^ont of the Sheriff's Office at 505 Main Street, Dallas, 
Texas, watching ZT-33ident Kennedy pass in the itotorcade. I was watching 

the r est o£ tlm .. j-^xcaJe a few seconds ulLei President Kenucy passed 

where T was starrr "-- when I heard a rifle shot and a few seoonds later 

= third shot. At the retort of the first shot, 1 started 
corner and Officer Buddy Waltheis at i d I ran acro& s 



a second and thexz 

running around tln^ 

Houston Street s — f —an up the terrace on Elm Strcpt andintn the rm'Trnfld 

yards. We made z. — mmd through the railroad yards and I returned to Elm 

Street by the 1\:=rzfJze sign at which time Ottlcer waithers told me that 

a bullet had Btr-rrCz the curb on the s outh s ide o f Eln Str ee t . — I cro s sed — 



to Elm with Depu : 
might have hit. 



C. L. Lummie Lewis to search for a spot where a shell 
jout this time I heard a shrill whistle and I turned 



around and caw a -ifiiltG male running down th e hill from th e dir ec ti o n of — 
the Texas School -ook Depository Building and I saw what I think was a 
light colored Rarzilex Station wagon with Ivtggage rack on top pull over 
to the cu r b and M_lr subj e ct wh o had c oa ie r unni n g d o w n the hill g e t into 
this car. The mi— £r-lving this station wagon was a dark complected white 
male. I tried te r:^^ across Elm street to stop the car and talk with 



subjects, but Lli^ :_r 
this incident at 



tcd- 



alllc was so htiavy I could not make it. — I r ep o r 
-e to a secret service officer, whose name I do not 



know, then I left 
in the search o£ 



:bis area and went at once to the building and assisted 
1^ building. 



Later that aftertr^rr:, I heard that the City had a suspect in custody and 
I called and re?cr-^:£-d the Intormatlon about the suspect running down the 



hill and getting fjrro a car to Captain Fritz and wa s req u e ste d t o co roo 

at once to City F.-I_l. I went to the City Hall and identified the subject 
they had in custody as being the same person I saw running down this 
bill and get iiitw — iJLa statiou wagon and leav e th e sc e ne. 




Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



524 



FORM l14aUP. INV. 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Name of CompUInant Serial No. 
Infornatlon 



OffanM 



( ^^rY>Tt.^ J.R. OHrTI/ Res. 709 N. Madison ST. vm 8 g'S'Jg) 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OP INVESTIGATION. ETC: 
(InTcatifatiiiX Officer must sign) 



Pat. 11-23-^3 



• I talked to the above subject "bj phone and he stated that hs thinks that 

the aubjeet who is In custody on the murder of the president rode the same hna 

vlth h±p to Oak diff about 10 minutes after the par^e was over. He saw the picture 
on T.V» of lee Oswald. He rode the Bishop bus which he caught near H.L. Greens. He 
aald the man got on somewhere near Poydras St. and said " The president has been 
shot and the governor has been killed". He then sat down and didn't say anything 
elsBT He aald the subject was wearing a dark felt hat and a dark coat. He said the 



aubjeet got off before the bus got to Bishop St. but he dosn't know exactaly where , 
I told the complainant that ve would call him If we needed him any further. 



Elklns 



(Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Iii».ttl««tltic OftlCTr 



I neommend Uiia ' 



Signed. 



Case declared |ij-^-^"<"'='"-^'a 



Signed. 



Comiwafidlnc Offi< 



> 



Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



525 



rORM «I4 SUP. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of Complainant 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 



Serial No. 



DEPUTY C.L. "Lummle" Lewis, Dallas County Sheriff's Dcpartmont. 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION. ETC: 
(InTestigatmg Officer must liEn) 

D,^ Nove 23, 1963 ,, 

I was standing on the sidewalk on Main Street in the 500 block just 
east ot Houston iitrcet wiien the motorcade passed and turned the corner 

onto Houston Street . In a few eoconds I hcird 3 shot . *; . 1 r a n a r o un d — 

the corner and came acr oss Houston Street to Elm Street to the Park, 
saw some people there. 
tion. 



I began to talk to them getting names and informa- 



I talked to the following named people: 
Sheari o u Sim::ons , v;/£/31, 3163 O'Dan n i o n S t . 
■Te.qn^e Holt w/f/T8. 2521 Pleasant Drive. £V 1 0377 



FR 1 72 6 7. 



Stella Jacobs w/f/20, 730 W. 9th Street, WH 2 0168. 

The above people work ac the Texas School Book DeposiLury Building. 



The following named people were brought to the Sheriff's Office and 

statements taken from them. 

Bob Edwards w/m/22, 121 S. Nursery, Irving, Texas. \Tkfi: Audi tor *.s Offfcp., 



Ronnie Fisher, c/o County Auditor's Office. 

H. W. Betzner, Jr. w/m/Z2, 5y22 Veiasco, TA / V/bi 
W!^ s ; Railway USA Expsoss, w . ?< s in the buil d ing 



Arnold Rowland, q/m/, 3026 Hammer ly, FE 7 1861 

Saw man in bldg about 15 min before shooting with a gun. Wife Barbara 

was with him. 

Rotiald Fischer w/m/24. 4007 Flamin.qjo Way. BR 9 0950. 



Was with Bob. Saw man on next to top floor and gave description of 



suspec t. Fai r ly sho r t hai r cut, - not a ciew, but stuck up 

a flat top. KnA co-npTpx. Tn his 20's, sport shirt and slacks 



in fr o nt at i d no t 



Sport shirt 



opened at collar. 



Charl og Brchn, 1619 King' s Highway, V7H 2 6 8 93 . Work s n t W a r' s i n "Cnrp rrs " 
in Wynnewood. Was on grass on Elm St, saw president when he was shot. 



Marvin Chism, C/M/19, — Husband, John c/m/23, 4 502 Und erw ood Dr . 
Cook at Marriott. RI 8 7751. Standing on Elm by Freeway Sign. 



I neommend thli ease b« declared 



Sifned. 



(Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



InTCTtlotlnt OtflCTT 



case declared |--rdr'''^'"^'g 



Signed. 



CommawJinc Ofttwr 



^ 



Deckeb Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



526 



FORM 114 SUP. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHEP/ • , DEPARTMENT 



SUPPLEMEN- 



I Kune of Complainant 

Page 2 - continued, 



iVESTIGATIDN REPORT 
Serial No. 



ffin 



Deputy C.L.Lewis, Dallas County Sheriff's Office, Dallas. 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTcstigatinc Officer must tlsn) 



Jim Braden w/m/48. Cabana Motel, Room 301 



215 S. La Cienga Blvd, Beverly Hills, Calif. Calif DL H 751 775 

Ind. Oil Dealer. In Dallas 2 days. — Was iu building when Pres. assassi n at ed. 



Floren Lawrence, 3609 Potomac, LA 1 7150. 

S.L. EiJiflg, 2805 Gaston, TA 1 2358 

Sales VP'. & bookkeeper. VJas on 3rd floor , using phone. 

Had lunch with Richard Bartholomew Ki 3 80ii 

WIc G i Nat'l Bank CoTCJo gcc _ 



Louie Schug, TA 1 2358 



G.G. Slack, w/m/59, 3130 Delee £V 1 Z5yu 

JCGsic William v7/f/ 4 — 1103, All e n St . , Apt 11 4, Irving . 



Traveling salesman, home; 1211 Columbia Dr, Longview, Tex. PL 3 7086 



L o nni e Ray W r ight w/n/ — 3 timg looser. Drunk, put injaili Wa s on RR track . 



Amos Ewins, c/m/15, 411 Ave L. WH 3 9701 
Saw man on 5th floor . 



Jean Newman w/f/21, 3893 Clover Lane, FL 2 4222. 
Bob Jackson, Timss Hefald Reporter. Saw Shooting. — 

V^-r^ m n-tam Fngfnp K'"t7T-;nn w/m/??, wtfp; Haylp w/f/ 



718 W. Clarendon, WH 3 6082 

(In front of 2nd light post going west on Elm St - North side. 



See statements taken from all of the above named people. 



I I Meommend thla ease be declared 



(Unfounded n~ 

Inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Signed. 



InTwdftliit 0»lt.r 



Caae declared {{j-g-'=,^"<" ""«<^) g 



Signed. 



Coanmandtng Ofttc*r 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



H4-730 O— 64— vol. XIX- 



527 



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roRM 114 aup. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



NimM of CorapUtnant 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY. 



Offenu 



Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney, Dallas County Sheriff's Department. 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTettlfatiax Ofliecr must lign) 



Date. 



November 23 



63 



I was standing in front of the Sheriff's Office at 505 Main Street, 

Dallas, when President Kennedy and the motorcade passed by. Within 

a It;w K u couds aft e r he hcd p ass ed me and the mo to r ca d e ha d turned the 

corner I heard a shot and I immediately started running to^v'ards the 

front of the motorcade and within seconds heard a second and a third 
"StiDt";^ — I started runn ing acruss Houston Street and d o w n ac ro ss th e lav. - n 

fn rViA ^r^p^P finHprp;q<s«; and up thp trprraep tct thp TfiiTrn?\ci ynrds . T 

searched, along \7ith many other officers, this area, when Sheriff Bill 
Uecker came up and told me and Officers nam. Webscer and Billy Joe Victory 
to s urround th e Texas S c h oa l B o o! : Depo s itory bu il ding . — As wp appronch-^d — 
the two big steel v;ire gates to the loading dock at the back of the build- 
ing on Elm Street side, we saw that the loading dock had locks on it and 
I thon pulled the s tcol gates c l o se d an d requ e st ed o f a citizen s t a n d ing — 
there to see that no-one came out or went in und. 1 I could get a uniformed 
officer there, which he did. Officers Webster, Victory and myself took 
to th e building. — Officers Webster and Victory took the otaira and I told 
them I wo'gld take the freight elevator. At the tims I got on the elevator 
two women who work in the building got on the elevator, saying they wanted 
Lu go to their office. As the e levat o r sta r t e d u p , ve went u p o n e fl oor 
and the power to the elevator was cut off. I got out on the floor with 
these women and looked around in their office and I then took to the stairs 
And w6nt td the 6eh flooi', and Of fleets Webscer and victory went on up to 
the 7th floor. 1 was thi» only pi?rsnn on the fith finnr when I wa.s .searching 



it and was reasonally sure there was no one else on this floor as I searchec 
it and then criss-crossed it, seeing only stacks ot cartons or books. I 
was at that tim e also chocking for open wind o ws and fir e e s ca p e s . — I f o un d 
where someone had been using a skill savr in laying some flooring in one 
corner of this floor and I then went to the 7th floor and was assisting in 
searchi n g i t o ut and c r a w led i nto t he at t ic o p ening and d e cid e d it was too 
dark and came down to order flash lights. I then V7ent on back to the 6th 
floor and went direct to the far corner and then discovered a cubby hole 

which had been consLruuLed out of cartons which piotected it from sight 

and found where sotreone had been in an area of perhaps 2 feet surrounded by 



Unfounded Q^ 

Inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



I rwommend thla caatf be declared 



Signed. 



l»wtlt«tln» OtdtCT 



Ca^ declared |U'„«^- (not «'--l)D 



Sirncd. 



Coiniwndlt^« Offie«i 



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luot ot CompUlnuit 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Page 2 - continued - DeputyLuke Mooney. 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(iBTCsttgatinx Officer mint aign) 



cardboard cartons of books . Inside this cubby hole affair vas three 

more boxes so arranged as to provide what appeared to be a rest for 
a ritle. On one ot these cartons was a haif-eaten piece of chxcken. 

Th e m in ute th a T I S - r ^- y tho pvprndr- d tihpns nn thf finnrj T h-irt Q m y hp . -?d 

out of the half opened window and signaled to Sheriff Bill Decker and 
Captain Will Fritz vtio were outside the building and advxsed chem co 

send up the Crime Lab Officers at onco that I had located tha area fro . n 

which the shots had been fired. At this time, Officers Webster, Victory 
and McCurley came over to this spot and we guarded this spot until Crine 
Lab Offic er s g o t u p stai r s within a matter of a few minutes. We then turned 
this area over to Captain Fritz and his officers for processing. 

At this tim e I continued t o sea r ch this 6 th fl oor al o ng with many ot her 

officers and within a few minutes. I heard Deputy Sheriff Eu.^ene Boone 
holler out that he had found the rifle near the staircase between some 
rows of cartons. 



We continued to search the building for a suspect. 



1 Unfounded 
Inactive (n 
Qeared by 



wc e uuue ad this cam be declared 



iHrMd. 



(not cleared) Q 
Arrest Q 



I«^^«tW»tlng OfftcT 



C.3edeclar«l|-^„-<;J°'^'"-')g 



Sicned. 



CowmanJlnK Officer, 



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COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 
Nu» of CompUinant ^ S.ri.1 No. 



Offanu 



ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 

DEPUTY J. L. OXFORD, Dallas County Sheriffs Department. 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS Of INVESTIGATION. ETC- 
(lBTCsti(Btii>C Orriccr must uga) 

D*t« Vanr 9^ „ 

^.f!'^^'^^'' ^^' .^^^^' ^ '^^^ standing in front of the Courthouse al ong 

withOfficers McCurley and Wiseman of the Sheri ff's Department and 

the ri.iSi.d^ uL'^ cai had JuoL ^uue by. We :,LouJ Lh u ie uiiLll the te^L uf 
the cars had po,s?ffd. While we were st:;^nd^• ng therP, ye he^rd vih^t- T 

thought to be shots. Officer McCurley and myself ran across Houston 

3Li.^^c uu dLi.ut.tj i!.lui auJ down Lo the uuduipa^b. Wlieu w^d u u L Lheie. evdiv 
nnf. vas InoVins rrr-T^rd rhr^ railroad vnrd^ u^ j„n.poH .t,^ P^ - ^,.^^ ^^^^^ ^ 
which runs along Elm Street and on ove r into the railroad yards. When we 
SOL over there, tnere was a man w ho told us that he had seen smoke up in 
f h o c omer o f tho fcn c o hit, wont o n up r n rho rnrnr^-r nf ^ ^ . f^^.^ ^ ^ c cc 
what we could fxnd. and searched the area thoroughly. After we searched 
^''^^ a^^ea . we separated. Then I, with a couple o t Dallas Police Officers 
-^;g^»-searc^fn 3 throush th a n nrr on th e parUi ^^^.^.-Af ^ or w o got thr^u^h ' 
searching the car s I stood guard watching the Texas School Book Depository 
Building and came back to the Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Decker then sent ' 

^^ ^^^^.iV-r. ^^u^f ^" ^f^^ WalLh ci ^, Ila ri- y Wca t h cLlor d to a l ocation 

at 2515 W. Fifth Street in Irvine. Texas, to meet Dallas Police O ff^m^^ 
to search a house there and talk to thepeople within. When we got at this 

adJie^b O ffiu^di Adamcik u f the DPD auJ my^ulf v^eiit L u Urn back uf the 

hp^sg 9nd Officers We^therford. W^ilthers and ng tectiv^ Rr^^ e of thP npn 

^1..^ r. i!'^^ ^?'"^ '"^ ^'''^^ ^" rhVnrnr^.. nf f>n^^,•.. h,^ ^...3 . ,/ 
bring to City Hall for statements w hen Michael Paine, husband of Ruth 

^ .T m S!^" ",'^:!7^.,!!^^1.^?_^^"; .^^ ^°""^ ^^^-"^^et in t-he^arage 



TK^o K1- 1 .. 1 1 J , .. — — .i.wutiu tt uidUKet in cne garage. 

^4e-blank^^-4ooko d I flm n r Tf l c h:; J b een .capped in i t Wo also fo HuJ 

?■!." Ij^^^^^ ^°^^s ^^^^^^ contained pamphlets and literature fr om abroad. 
Pff IT i?''^^''^''^ ?^'"'^-^.^^ ^ "^ f^^" f°""d- All of this was brought to the ' 
City Ilall jl o u^ w ith Mi - auJ Hi.s. raliie and flr&.0 .b^j al d . Tlic U iil Jic u wuie- 
also brought along. We call e d S herff f Decker ;.nd h.> « -.oid us to leave all 
n. MM ^y^f^"^ f at the City Hall and report back to the Sheriffs Office. 

Upon ai il giug back at t ht^ 5 h ei i£I ^ Deparcmen c-wchen-ttrd-a^ylgnmgin: 

of Cflrryfng wifnof^<;ps m thpjr hnmr^ who h^d rn^nd e «^^^^,.«n^c i„ th. .<;h»^,-f f 



1 - (Unfounded n 

I neoraraeiKl tUa cue be decUrtd {inactive (not cleared) D 



t. _ lOearwI b; Arrest Q 

If Slened 



U»««tl««tt»» Offle»f 



Ca»e declared H?*?^^, <"°' c'^red) D 
(Unfounded q 



Sicned. 



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COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of Complainant 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENICEDY 

OffenM 



Serial No. 



ALLAN SVJEATT, Chief Criminal Deputy, Dallas County Sheriff's Office. 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTcatitating Officer must aien) 



Nov 23, 1963 



At approximately 12:30 K-t, Friday, November 22, 1963. I was standing 

with a group of Deputy Sheriff's about 30 feet east of the corner ot 
• Houston and Mciiu St r eet o n Main St r eet. 

The President's caravan had just passed and about a minute or 2 I heard 

a shot and about 7 t ;econ d 3 late r a no th er shot and approximately 2 or 3 

gpf>nnHg ^a^,^r a ^h^•rd shot: which soi.mded to me like a rifle and coming 

from the vicinity of Elm and Houston street. Several officers and myself 
from the Sheriff ' s depattirenC ran arou nd the corner and towards Elm Street 
and Houston and were told thrt soTP.onp had .«;hQt at the President. — A 



man by name of "Hester 

from the old Sexton building. 



told Deputy John Wiseman that the shots had ccrce 
As we approached the building we were cold 



the chots had como from the fence. — Deputy Wi s emnn and p City Officer 

went to the front door of the building and I continued towards the railroad 
yards with Deputy Harry Weatherford and I stopped where i could see two 
sid e s o f th e building which wao the woct and s outh s i des. — De puty H a rry 



Weather ford went into the buiding through an open windov; on the 1st floor 
and Deputy Wiseman and the DPD officer went in the front door. On the 
far uLCe of the buildi n g o pp o sit e m e were s ome DPD officcr o . — At that timo 
T was told the President had been shot and that Governor Connally also had 
been Shot. 

Off icers st - rrrpH rnming tn t:he scene and approximately 15 deputy sheriff's 
and a number of DPD officers were at location. At that time. Inspector 
Sax^er of the DPD came to the Jtront ot the building and scarted taking 

name s of witnes s es and I cugg os tod to Inspect o r Sa v;yer th a t I g^^ ^'^^ 

deputies and send the witnesses to the Sheriff's Office for statements 
instead of letting the witnesses leave the scene. Inspector Sawyer agreed 

with this p lan and as witness e s we r e brought together they w o r e taken 

directly across the street to the Sheriff's Office to wait until statement s 
could be taken. 



^ - fhi lp I yag gM'n fl^ rhp front of the Buildings Deputy Shferiff Luke Mooney 
stuck his head out of the 5th floor windov7 and the Northeast corner of the 



founded Q 

(Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrmt Q 



! Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Unfounded Q 



I racoraraend thlt caa* be declared 



Sicned. 



TTTHTS 

hnact 
iCleai 



lB»»«tl»«tlin OtHei 



Caae declared 



Si^ed. 



Commanding Ottii 



A 



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SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 




SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION 


REPORT 


NanM e{ CorapUinant 


Serial No. 


Page 2 - continued. 




Offensa 




Allan Sweatt. Chief Criminal Deoutv. 





DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OP INVESTIGATION. ETC: 
(iBTcstisatinx Officer taunt sign) 



building and stated he had found soae spent cartridge cases and he 
was toid to let them remain untouched until the DtD Crime Lab arrived 
on the s cen e. 



Shortly after, a DPD officer brought a boy in a sport coat up and 

said, "Hero is the man that had done th o shooting'*! — A s officer s 

started to question him, the crowd began to talk and passed the word 
around that this was the individual that had shot the President. At 
that tim e , in the co i npany of city o ffic er s — , I sent 2 de p uty she r iff's 
to take this man into custody and trJcc him to the Sheriff's Office. 



Also Inspector Sawyer was informed of this and he sent a DPD detective 
CO the Sheriff's Office co calk to Che boy. 



At this time Sheriff Bill Decker arrived at the location where I was 
standing and i informed him as co v/hac had been done up co chac time. 
I then returned to the Sheriff's Office to co-o-dinate the taking of — 



statements and see that all persons that were in the office gave state- 
ments. I separated certain witnesses whop seemed to have more facts " 

than o thor s and turned them over to ^Lr s. Rcsoaary Allen of tho Dallas 

Sheriff's Office, Mr. Wallace Heitman of the FBI and Mr. Forrest Sorrclls 
of the Secret Service, and they took witnesses to the Polygraph room " 
o f the She r iff's Office vhe r e they obtained stat e ments. 



At approximately 1:30 FM, I received word that a Police Officer had been 
shot on Jeffcryuu Street in Oak Cliff and the suspect was auppusedly cL — 
In thnt arp.:i. T -tmrnqdi ately dispatched Officers Rtiddy Walthers, 



large. 



James Ramsey and Frank Vrla to the scene of the shooting. Officer Bill 
Uourson of the Shcriit's Oiiice joa.ned with them m Oaic Ciiff. Apprehensio, 
w as m ad o o f tho s uspe c t in the T xa s Theatre and suspe c t wa s turn ed o ver — 
to the Dallas Police Department. ~ 



After this wo corr e lated all statcmCints, g e tting copi e s s e parat e d and 

in separate files. S^nt a complete set of all statements taken to Capt« 
Fritz of the Dallas Police Department. 



Unfounded D~ 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrcat Q 



Ca^ declared |',X„-^-t «'"->)§ 



I raeonunend thia ease bt declared 



Signed. 



iwTtfrtlytlng Offlcf 



Signed. 



Commanding Officer 



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I 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



fame of Complainant Serial No. 




Page 3 - continued 




>ff6nse 




Allan Sweatt, Chief Dcputv Sheriff, Dallas County, Texas. 





DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETCi 
(InTcsticatins Officer muat slen) 



Date. 



During this time. Deputy Bill Wiseman brought in two girls to me 

with some pictures they had taken. 1 picture was taken just shortly 
bfefors Che shooting of the President vjhlch showed the Sexton Building 

1T1 ^hf» hqrt-grnnnfl - Th-ts p-feture V7as fciirncd ovftr t:Q Sf-Cret Rorvigg 

Agent Patterson, who gave this woman his card, advising her that the 
picture would be returned to her. ~ 

I also received copies of pictures taken from a witness by name of 
"Betzner, Jr." , which have been included in the tiles o± this case. 



I have contacted all Deputies to come in this date and make their 
supplements of activities during the day of November 22nd, 1963. 



I still have in my custody all original statements, supplements and 
copies of pictures by Betzner subjeact. 



Allan Sweatt 



{Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) O 
Cleared by Arrest Q 

Signed ; . 

IwTwtlr«tlnr Of»c»r 



C.M declared |U'«'-r"""*"'g 



Signed. 



Cowm»ndlnr Officr 



^. 



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533 



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Kune of Complainant 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

Serial No. 



Ref : X&X TftiraxrfS yi P^ata of President 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTcatigtting Officer must liEn) 



Data 11-23-63 19 



Kr. DftfiVpr. 



About S;OQ am thl5; norning, v;hne In the pre-^ent?; nf Allpn .qweat.t, 

I talked to Sorrels the head of the Dallas Secreat Service. I advised iiim 



that for the past few ponths at a house at 312S Harlendale sone Cubans had 
been having aeetings on the week ends and were possably connected -with 
the "Freedom For Cuba Party" of which Oswald was a member. 



11-26-63 



I don'^ know what action the secreat service has taken but I 

learned today that sonietime between seven days before the president 
was shot and the day after he was shot these Cubans poved froni this 



hou<^o> ny Inforr.ant stated that subject Osv;ald had been to this house 
before. ] 



Buddy Walthers 



[Unfounded Q^ 

I raeorainend thit cam be declared {Inactive (not cleared) Q 

A [cleared b; Arrest O 

Signed '. 

l«wtl««tlii» Otttetr 



C.« declared li^-^-^-'^'-^^'D 



Signed. 



Cotwtwndtnc Officer 



y^ 



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534 



GO 



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COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Kame of Complainaat 

ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY 



isn> 



John Wiseman. Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County Sheriff's Department. 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(IiiTcstisatiiix Officer must lien) 

D.t. Nov 23, 1963 19 

I was standing in front of the Sheriff's Office at 505 Main Street, Dallas 
when the President passed and the car went around the corner and a few 
t aore ca r s had p assed wh e n I hea r d a shot and I knew s or jjthi n g had hspp i ^ned. 
I ran at once to the corner of Houston and Main Street and out into the 
street when the second and third shots ran out. I ran on across Houston 
SLifc i krL, then a c ross the park to where a policeman was havi n g tr ouble tr i t h 

his nororgyclf anH T ■«;?j^T a rran I.T yino on thp grass. This rnan laying on 

the grass said the shots came from the building and he was pointing to 
Che old Sfexton Building. I talked ro a Karllyn Slczmsn, 202 S. Lancaster 

■LThn «!n-fd hpr hn<^<:i ^ Ahrnhnvn Zapmrps, RT ^ 6071, bad mnvips of t:hp shnnring. 
She said the shots came from that way and she pointed also to the old 
Sexton building. I ran at once to the Sexton Building and went In. I 

ashed s oma woaan hov rr ci uy doo r s — lead out of the building and she said /t. 

I left the building and found some DPD patrolmen and we came back to the 
building. 1 ran up the stairs and the patrolmen started trying to get 

more help to search the building. 1 went up the stairs to the 7th floor 

and started up into the attic and noticed that the door to the roof V7as 
locked on the inside with a gate type hook latch. I stopped and started 
back d o w n the S i d i rs taki n g a quick l o ok o n e ach floo r . — I cet more officer s 
on the 2nd floor and then in a few minutes the place had maybe 50 officer 
in it. A better search was started floor by floor. About the time we 
got sta r ted on zhc 5ch floo r . Deputy She r iff Luke Muoimy found Koiiic ^p!jiiL 

hulls. An off irtvr nf thf Dn H.'qs Police Dc-pprtmf.nt told us all to g et 

on one side of the room and make one clean sweep of the entire floor to 
see if we couid find the ritie. As v;e worked our way across che room vmich 

w a s f i lled wi t h b o :: c s , w e g o t to th e front of the s t ai rw a y when D epu t y 

Sheriff Eugene Boone said, "here is the gun". It v/as about 4 feet in front 
of me in the aisle in which I was working. Deputy Doone stayed at ore 
end of the aisl e where the gun was spotted and I stayed at the other e nd — 
of the aisle so that nothin;^ would be touched. Officer Day of the DPD 
Crime Lab came and took pictures of the gun in its hiding spot behind the 

boxes and then removed It fium this sp o t. — I t he n l e ft th e buildi n g a nd 

cams back to the Sheriff's Office to talk with witnesses. A Mrs. Mary 
Moorman was in the office with a picture of the President getting shot. 

C«. declare. |U'„«^-^-tc.«reU,g 



{Unfounded D 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest Q 

^tgati 



Signed. 



Cewtn.naint Oftlf. 



d^ 



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SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of CompUtnant 

Page 2 - continued 



Offante 



Deputy Bill Wiseman, Dallas County Sheriff's Office. 

DETAILS OF OFFENSES ntOGSESS OF mVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTcst^atinc fKEeer moat aign) 



I asked her If she had any more pictures and she said she did. I got 
all these pictures and looked at nrieza and in one picture ilrs. Moorman had 
taken q picture of the load notorcjcio officer |in tho background of this — 

picture was a picture of the Sexton Building and the v/indow where the 

gunman sat when doing the shooting. I took this picture to Chief Criir.i:nal 
Deputy Sheriff, Allan Sv/eatt, who Ictor turned it over to Secret Sorvico — 
Officer Patterson. 

I kthou obtalu u d saiiJv. ' lches and coffe e and b ro ugh t t o all witnesses 

that were in the office and contirr^ied to do anything else that I could 
do to assist. 



I raeoinnend Uiia ease be dedarcd 



Sicned. 



O 

(not deared) O 
Amst Q 



U»T«t<««t<«« OtfhMT 



Caa. declared {K^^""' ''-«-> g 



»i«»ed. 



_/ 



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536 



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Kame of CompUinant 



o 



ru 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

SerUl No. 



cm 



REt T.Ti:E HARVEY OSWALD Vf/M- IN CITY JAIL 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PKOORESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(iBTCttlKatins Odicer muaf aiEii) 



D.ta NOVEMBBR 2k. 1963 9 



MR. DECKER . 



I HAD RECEIVED SEVERAL LONG DISTNACE CALi;S FROM PEOPLE ALL OVER THE UUITED S TjJ 
TES - THE SAME i'ERSON CALTi:;D THREE TIKES FROM NEl-f JERSEY, I MIGHT ADD THAT HE 



SOUNDED TO BE QUITE DHU^iK, AND STATED THAT Hj:! HAD BEEN TO TEXAS niTrtlNG V/GRLD WAR 
ftMn tth: stated twat wp. TKmTf;H'i' a J,^'^ "F the peopl-e here and KE wanTkd to T.KT 



TWO 



US KNOW THAT HE FET.T VERY SQRRH FOR ALL OF US. ONE T.ADY CALLED FROM CALIFORNIA 
AND SHE LET MK KNOW '^ftT SHE THnn(;HT OF THE WHOLE ST ^ TK OF TkTCAS AND THE PEOPTJi 



WHO LIVED HERE . ONE MAN CATLED FROM PETJNSYT.V AWT A AMD STATED THAT HE HAD HEARD 
WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE Vm WERE AND THAT HE WAS A LEADER OF ^l^ ,OnO Nl-JGROES AND THAT 

HOWEVER^ THE MA.TORT-l^f OF PcIOPLE WERE VKRY NTflR ANT) J11ST WANTkD US TO KNOW THAT 
THkY FET. T SORRY FOR US AND W ANTED TO KNOW TF I'HE OFFICERS WERE SURE THAT THaY 

HAD THE RIGHT MAM, : 

WHEN YOU CALTED THE OFFICE AT 2r00 AM-, I t! AD NOT RECEIVED ANY THREATS ON 
THE LIFE OF OSWALD BUT AT THaT TIME YOU nr^NTIONED THE FACT THAT YOU THOUGHT THA T 
OSWALD SHOULD BE TRANSFERRED FROM THE CITY JAIL WHILE IT WAS STILL DARK AND YOU 
WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT TIi>iE THAT IT WAS DAY LIGHT. AND I TOLD YOU TnAT IT 
WA S DA^f LIGHT A T A PPR O X . 6 ;3 A M . OR 6 ; l4. $ Mi , A ND YoU A SKED M E T O C AIX YOU AT 
6t00 J;M. and you VJOULD see about getting OSWALD Tt^.AJISF ERRED WHTLK IT WAS STILL 
DARK . 



AT APPROX. ?:15 AM. T R aCrilVED R CALL FROM^ 

AND HE STATED THA'i' HE WA S A MEIiTRER OF A rrRmTP OF 



PERS ON THAT TALKED LIKE A W/M 

ONE HUNDRED AND THAT HE WANTED 



THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE TO KNOW ThAT THEY HAD VuTED ONE HUNDRED PER Ca-NT TO KILL 
OSWALD While he WAS IN THE PROCESS OF B£;ING TRANSFERRED TO THE COUNTY JAIL 



I neonunend thia cas« b« declared 



1 Signed. 



Unfounded □ 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



In*Mtlaitlnr Office 



Case declared 



(Inactive (not cleared) Q 
(Unfounded Q 



(CONT'D) 



Sij7>ed. 



ComiwnJIng Offi 



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Name of Complainant 



GUi 



CJ 



G:3 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTcstlgating Officer mua» tign) 



PAPrK ? 



AND THAT HK WAN TED THIS DEPARTI^^iNT TO HAVE THE INypRMATION SO THAT NONE OF THE 
DEPUTIES WOULD GET HURT. TOM VOICE WAS DE3P AND COURSE AND SOUNDED VERY SINCER E 
AND TAT.KKD WTTH EASE. THE PERSON DID NOT SEEM EXCITED LIKE SOME OF THE CALLS 
'TH AT WR TT aT^ -RH^flT^TV^^n RTTNNTNt; Dnvnj THIS DKP ARTi»l KNT, THH POT.T CB DEPARTMt^^NT A JJD 



THE STATi:; O :-"^ "'i X'^S AND HE SSB'IED VERY CALM ABOUT THE IfflOLE MATTER, VIRGIL AI'ID 
ALSO LTST^rWKD Tn PaRT QT? THK CnNVKRSATTON, A SHORT Tli-JE LATER, MR. NF^SQME, 



ypoM TKK FKT OFT^TOF. CflT.T.KD AND WANTED TO KNOW IF WE HAD REC EIVED 

THE LIFE OF OSWALD AND I PASSED ON THi;; ABOVE IMi''Ora-lATION AiTD HE ASKED ME TO CALL 



THE POLICK DEPARTMENT AND GIVE THtM THE SA M E INFOR MA TION. I CALLED THE CITY 
HA LL ANT^ TA IK^^T^ ''^0 ROKV oMu-; tw ^A ^T ATN FRTT7S nFFTHK T DTD NOT r,ET HIS NAT^ , 



TFK QTiTT^^R MA'H^ -"^niVi-R SLIG HT R hiriiRK A ND SAI D TH AT THEY H aD NOT BSCSIViiD ANY 

snm O AT. T.s fls ykt . 

T RKHKivFr) oNx: qthkp hat.t. RKrrARDTTj rr -r-rp. transfkr o r osvjat.d and vmEN I AIT S- 

WFRF.n THh! TFT.FPHONF, A M A L' P^ VOICE A?^-<"KD TF THIS IS THil ShjiiRIFF'S OFFICE AND 

I .<^ATP THAT" I T WA ^l^ ff": S ATD .TnST a MTNIfTF. AND THh:N ANnTHRR HAT.K VOCCfJ g' ATED 
THaT OSW ALD WOUT. D NEVER MAKE TriS TRIP TO THE COUNTY JAIL. I COULD NOT DETERI-IIN E 

WHTCTH™ nvt NOT THTS WAS T HE SAME VOICE THAT KaB CALLED EARLIER. 

A?^ vnn K^n w, VJHh.'W j r. kT.j ,V.n Ynn a t f^tOQ piA . , YOU WANTED TO KNOW WHO W A S TH ERE 

ATVTHt^' i OF FICR A ND T TOT,D YO U THAT KR NNKDY, VTRG TL, WATKT NS AND ONE OR THO OTH ERS 
awn vnn aSKFr) me to oat.t, rock-h.mkkt, and have htm call you at HOIffi _aNJIJ'HEN_JCQU_ 
ASKED ME If I THOUGHT THAT KENNEDY AND I COULD TRANSFER O SWA LD fROM TH E CITY 
JATL WITHOUT CAUSING MUCH OF A SCENE BY HAND CUFFING OSWALD TO ME A ND BY KEEPI NG 



OSWA LD IN THE FLOOR BOA RD OF THE CAR SO THA T HE COULD NOT BE SEEN. I TOLD YOU 



I recommend thia case he declared 



I Slpied. 



Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Case declared 



Slpied. 



rinacive (not cleared) Q 
(Unfounded □ 



(GOiiT'D) 



Coinni.nJInT Ofdcl- 



J 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



538 



FORM 114 SUP. INV. 

COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 

N»me o( Complainant SerUl No. 

Offense 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATIOK. ETC: 
(InTCBtigatinc Officer must sign) 



p a oh 3 



THA'T- TJF. WnnLD mVP. J'V A TRY AND Ynn ADVT SED TO HOLD UP UNTIL YOU TALKED TO FRIT Z 
A SHORT TTMF. T.ATKR^ AN OFFTCCT CAT.T.KD FROM THE POLI C-^jIE?A aT>:KNT, I BELIEVE HE 
WAS CAPTAIN TOLBERT, AND HE WANTED TO TjOJC TO YOU AND I TOLD HIM THAT YOU COULD 
BE RSACKED AT HOME AND I GAVE Hln YOUH NUI'IBER. A SHORT TIME LATjiiR YOU CALLED 
BACK AND TOLD ME THaT YOU HAD BEEN TOfABLE TO REACH FRITZ BUT TO HOLD UP AITD ALS O 
Tn Hnr.n THR T.ATh^ N TOH'i- SQUA DS AT THE OFFICE FOR A WHILE. A SHORT TIME LATER 
f^flPTATN FRATITKR CAT.T .ED, FROM THE POLICE D EPARTMENT, AMD STATED THaT HE HAD BEEN 
TRYTN(; T O CONTA CT CHIEF CURRY BUT COULD NOT GST AN ANSVffiR ON THE TELEPHONE AND 
I B ELIEVE THaT HE ST AT jJ ) TRaT Er; WA S GOTNG TO SKK D_l_Sa UAD BY T R a CH I£ES_iiQM£^ 
I ASKED CAPTAIN GRAZIr-R TO CALL YOU AT HOME AND GIVE Tafcl INFORI^ATION TO YOU. 
ALL OF T HK LA T^^ WTi;TT? SHTTTT STAYkD AT THK STATION AND WAS HERE .VHEtJ YOU CALLED 

BACK. AT ABOUT 7;5o A''^ AND Yon STATED THAT THEY V;H3ED NOT GO FOR MAK ING THE 

TR ANSVKR AT THT.S TTT-rR (F ROM THE CITY JAIL TO THE COUNTS JAIL) aND TOLD US TO GO 

nw HOMF. AND GET SOME SLEEP, 

. McCOY 



(Unfounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) O 

Cleared by Arrest □ 

Signed 



Ir.»««lll«tlriOftlt. 



Case 



H»<-Iar»,l jln^<^t>ve (not cleared) D 
declared ^Unfounded Q 



Signed, 



Com m • ndlni Otllc 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



539 



C^: 



o 



rORM ll4aUP. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of Complkbitnt 

^^««^«<1 nut-Ian Of Prwfildflnt Kennedy 



8«risl No. 



Gm 



(Rupnyt of aRtlvttlea of Depaty Sheriff Harold E. Elklns) 

DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(iBTCstifatinx Officer must ligii} 



D.te 11-26-63 



O n tb« i^oj "f t.hlfl offenea I was standing in front of the 

sheriff's office at 505 Main St,, Which is a block south and Just 

around the cox ' UBr fi - um th e bu ilding f ro m which th e shots w e r e fireda 

Just a few seconds after the president's car had passed my looation I 
heard a shot ring out, a couple of seconds elapsed and then two more 
ehoto ring out, I imniediately ran to the area from which it soundnd 1 iko 
the shots had been fired. This is an area between the railroads and 
the Texas School Book Depository whicti is east of the railroAdS, There 

ware sftTeral other officers in this area and we secured it from the 

public. After searching this area for about ten minutes and not finding 



rtde 



Lb to a towe i- that erer l oo ks th e railroad yards and 



any eYJ-uaucs^ i wt:iil 

also has a vantage point over the area ar o und the school book buildinga 

I talked to an employee there and he gave me the descriptions of two 

automobil es that he ha d s een in the a re a Ju s t a — few minute s e a rlier , 

when I went back outside I learned from the other officers that it had 

"b6en aatftbllghed that the shots wa r e fi r ed f r om th e sch oo l b oo k building* 
I went to the building and found that several officers were inside and 
others were gathering outside, I then went back to the street and mixed 

■ with th e o rou dn trying to g e t p e ople wh o were wi tnesses t o the tr a g e rly o 

After I had brought several people to the office I went to TV Station 

Wf'AA and got tw6 witnesses who had been taken Lhere by some reporter* 

A while later a City of Dallas policeman came to our office with thrge 
prisoners who ho had arrested on the railroad yards, I took these three 

to Itie cltj Jail aiid tu r n e d th e m erer t o Capt« Fritz» ^ th e n oaw e baok 

to the sheriff's office where I remained the rest of the day talking to 
witnesses and taking statements. 



Squad 3S> 
-Ellcin* 



{Unfounded 
Inactive (n 
Cleared by 



I loeommend thU eaa* be declared 



Sipied. 



(not cleared) Q 
Arrest Q 



I«»««tl««tl»« Otflt«r 



Case dtvlared Jln^'tive (not cleared) Q 
l.aae declared junfounded Q 



SIsned. 



ComfmnJIne Offle*! 



o. 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



540 



rORM tl4 BUP.INV. 



Nana of CompUiiamt 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



\ 



( To: MR. DECKER: 
November 27, I963 



SerUlNe. 



DETAILS OP OFFENSE. PROGRESS OP mVESTICATION, ETC; 
(InTCttif (tills Officer mumt ■isn) 



Nov. 27th ^9 63 



I J and Officer Orvllle Smith were standing on the curb In front of Criminal 

Court s Bldg., appx. 40 ft. East of Houston St., when the car bearing Pres. 
" jj^_ 

Kennedy passed. Appx. 1 mln. after the car turned right onto Houston y we 



^ 



heard 3 shots. 



Officer Smith said to me "That sounded like a Deer Rifle." 

We saw people running toward the parkway and ranln that direction. 
Officers and People were manning to the parkway on north side of Elm. 



I went to the rail yards and parking area west of the book store and helped 
search this area. 



I talked to a city officer who said "I was stationed In rail yards and had 
this entire area In view. No body came this way." 



I then went to the Book Building and saw that several Sheriffs Pep, were 



going In along with a large number of city officers. 



I did not go Into the Bldg. 



I took 1 man to S. 0. to talk to officer Lummy Lewis. 

I did not learn the mans name and do not know what he told officer Lewis. 



I did not take any further part In Inv. 



I NcommciHl thU caa* be declared 



Sicned. 



hnac 
lata 



ounded Q 

Inactive (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrast Q 



l»»T«tl«mtli»« Offlc«r 



CaaedecIa^dUP^rdr' ='""'" g 



Signed. 



Cowmandlng Of(tc<t_ 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



541 



FORM 114 SUP. INV. 



COUNTY 07 DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of Complainant 



Offense 



John Fitzgerald Kennedy 



Serial No. 
1-3-63 



Murder 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE. PR0GRKS5 OF INVESTIGATION, ETC: 
(InTestijatiiix Officer must licn) 



D,t« 11-27-63 



Mr. Decker: 



On Friday morning, November the 22nd, 1963 I was standing 
in a window of the Identification Bureau of tha Dallas County 
-J ail and — I ub s e rv e d —the — Pre sld e n t ' s— ttrolrorcad e pa s^ — in f r ont o f 
the Criminal Courts Building on Kain Str e et. After the motor- 
cade passed, I stood around inthe Identification Bureau. I 



■d id not sec anythin g— nor— ^ ^ I he a r a nyth ing-; 1 gu ece s oao thi ^s- 

like 10 minutes later I left the Criminal Courts Building thru 

"The driveway and went across thS ST;reet as far as the parking 

lot near the railroad tracks looking for Officer Todd. When 

I failed to find him there, I returned back to the driveway of 
the Da llQs Co unty-Jai4r-^n4--the n c ame— j.nt o th e j airl-, 



later sent back by Chief Holman and m.ade another circle looking 
for Todd and when I returned, the Chtef was s ta nd tng on the 
alle yway to the driveway. H e then told_ me tha t he saw T odd 



in front of the School Book Depository and I then walked over 
to hi ^:t-an d told him — t4^a-t— t- ho Gh iof wa &te<i— h im b ac^;— at— the jail . 
We then returned back to the jail. I did not see anything or 
hearing anything. 



^^cth0(^.it^d:^ 



Harold Strehly 



(Unfoanded q" 

I recommend this ease be declared {inactive (not cleared) Q 
'■ [Cleared by Arrest Q 

Siffned 

^ Iii...tlgmttne OfOcr 



Caao declared ilr;'''^i"°' «'"'^) O 
(Unfounded Q 



Signed, 



d 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



542 



rORM 114 BUP. INV. 



COUNTY OF DALLAS 

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT 
SUPPLEMENTARY INVESTIGATION REPORT 



Name of CompUtnant 



John Fitzgerald Kennedy 



Serial No. 
1-3-63 



67^ 



Murder 



DETAILS OF OFFENSE, PROGRESS OF INVESTIGATIDN. ETC: 
(InTcstigatinx Officer vautt *ipi) 



11-27-63 



Mr. Decker: 



On November the 22nd, 1963 I had co— e on duty at 9ain 

working the information window at the Dallas County Jail. 

About 12:l5pm the window was closed where I work and I walked 
tutside and onto Houston Street to view the President's morot- 
cade as it passed. A few seconds after the President's car 
passed, me and had turned the corner olt cLouston onto Eim ijtreet. 



I he a rd wh a t I first thought w as a backfir e. — I h e ard a t o tal of 
3 and after the last two (2), I immediately recognized them as 
be ing gun i ire . i ran across the street and went behind the 
railroad tracks and I did not talk to ar.vone over there and I 



helped them get the crowd back. 
tho front Qntranco of the S c4 



I then waited for a 



while at 
a nd 



then returned to the Dallas Co unty Jail. 1 did not see anything 
but after 1 did come to the rront of the building, 1 heard a man 
holler from the next to the top floor saying that he had found 
three hulls. I do not know who this man was, but he did have a 
s uit on ond I believe — it was brown. 



I. C. Tndfl 



llE-aruve (not cleared) Q 
(Unfoiuxied Q 



I (•commend thli exat be declared 



Signed. 



hn 
ICIi 



Unfounded Q^ 

active (not cleared) Q 
Cleared by Arrest Q 



Il<T«rtlt«tlrn Otne»r 



Case declared 



Signed. 



Coi«m«i\dtnc Oftici 



Decker Exhibit No. 5323 — Continued 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 36 



548 



UN mag: ique suc.-s pour 

LA 8ANQUE COMMERCIALE DHAITI 



6 



Les Resaltats d'on Yoyage 



■ L« recent voynRi" au^ Kl»tii V 
nU d'Aniirique de M>'. Clumard 
Joneph Charlei, I'actif Prf»ld#nt 
•t Mina^rer General dr la Bkh- 
on* Cotmnerclale d'Baltl, • c«n<- 
titai un magnifique imceda pour 
e«t itabllaseraant banculre, rn 
pleio «ssor. 

&n cffet, au courn d'une fcr6- 
monit des plu* ainlcal<>>, le Mrti 
re adjoint d« New - York, Mr. Ji» 
mes O'Brien a remlR i Mr. CM 
mard Joseph Charles, Directeur 
G^norHJ de la Ban<|ue Commer- 
ciale, lea clefs d« l« Tills da New 
York, au nom du Maiie Wapier, 
ainra en Earope. 

Den diners et des lunches ont 
*t* offerts en 1'bonnear de Mr. 
Cl^ard Joseph Charles notam- 
ment par la Amsrican Express, 
la Patent Resoun-es Ine, la Hano 
vcr Trust Co. 

Un br<>f contact aroc Mr. CI* 
ntard Joseph Charles nons a per 
mis dlnbtenlr quelqties renseiKna 
ments succint.^ pour nos iMtsors. 

L'actif President et Dirccteur- 
fi^n^rol do la Banque Commer- 
rinle a pu conclure nn important 
eontrat, avee ("ane dea plus graii 
dog «oci6t6» da flnawoment de 
New York, au chiffre d'affaires 
Annuel de deux milliards de dol- 
lars. Cotte entrcprlse. garantir 
par U Import • Export Bank, la 
Cha-se Manhattan Bank et In 
Bank of An)crica, accordera aux 
Importateurs hsltlens ue marcban 
dises am^ricoinos, par le Canal 
de la Bnnque Commerriale d'Hal 
tl, dos credits d'on montant ill'- 
mit< d'environ 6 molj c* plat. 

Une autre sod^t^ finanriere. 
f>piciaU»6e dans l*s affaires iv 
mobilicrps au chlffre d'affain-^ 
ds cent cinquante millions do dol 
lars par an, vn entreprendrc, 
par I'intermMi.tire de la Banqv* 
Commerciale d'HaIti, un protp-am 
ma de constructions de maisoiis, 
dont le mnntant sera remboursa- 
Ma en 10 ans. Un syst^e d'as- 
iurann^s couvrira ces construe 
tlons at une maison sera donnt* 
en prime annuclle aux clients de 
I'entreprisc. 

Notre pays vo b6n6ficier d'aii 
tres important* avantaget fTtet 
aux Intjressantii contacts pris s 



Now York par Mi 
seph Charles. 

La President tt I>trwt«ar Gt- 
niral da ia Banque Commardata 
d'Baitl rtprandra bientftt Tarion 
pour l« Canada et la Mexiqne en 
rua de poursoivre cas fmetanix 
eontaeta, appeMa k tin si favors 
blcs k notr* tconnmla at k pcnaat 
tr« k la BanqM CoonMretaU d't 
tr« AiTaatM* atO* k la eeltattl- 



Climard J» — De Motirenschlldt Exhibit 1 



m. c. j. crari.rs 
cttoyen honorairt dk 
La ville d rn. y 

M. Cl^mard Joseph, President 
Direetcar da la Baiuioa Conuaar- 
ciale de Port - an - Prince, ren- 
trt bier matin avee sa chanaan- 
t« femme Sophie d'on *0]rag« de 
deux semsinea k New York Mait 
accompapii de M. Jama* It 
Greene, Vice - Pr^ldant d« la 
fXanufacturers Hanorar Tnist 
Oompanr, grande banqne de Wall 
Street, New York. 

Mr. Greene n'a patai que 
quelquos heures k la eapltala, Joa 
t« l« temps de visiter la banqoa 
commerciale avec laqueila la M 
H. T. Co. reut fair* dea affalraa 

M Charles est tria aatiafktt 
dea epntseta qoll a fatta a> 
eonra d« c« vtvafa daaa la - aeoa 
d* la promoUoB de la banqaa 
miinmerelala, 

hi baaqnler haltiaa s H» ho* 
nori par le Maira Warntr<<la b 
Vina da Naw York <ib» ltd a fUt 
ramattn par aea Atalataat, M. 
O'Brtoa, U «M <U U ftUt e«nw 
dtoy— H ia t ilra. 



CiAS9 or Sc SVICt 
TKU u • fsit m<u«c« 

tarn U Indksitd br Ik* 
ptopn •rmbot 



WESTERN UNION 



113 NFL 



TELEGRAM 

W. r. MAKSHAU- miMMM 



sp.itai <440> 



DL»DirLm« 



Thcdlir 



t ihtnm la ihe iliK llat en domwilc itlestMin h UXAl TIMB i» pohM olettth. Tlws ef iiwlpt litOCAl TTMl « i>olw e«Mdw<ie» 



808p C ST JUL 12 62 Da664 

SSD317 CDU86U PPNY55 3^/53 PO INTL 00 PORTAUPRIMBE VIA ALLAMERIOA 

12 1U5P 

LT MOHRENSCHILOT DELIVER 

6628 DICKENS DAL 
CO^FIRM|NG CONVERSATION PENDING FULL COVERAGE BY WASHINGTON 
MATCHING FIRST 50*000 BY EQUIVALENT COURT APPROVED EQUITY TO 
ENABLE YOU FORP CORPORATION AND OPEN OHEOKINQ ACCOUNT OOMBANK 
BEST REGARDS 

TARDIEU 



5O,OC0 FORP ALSO 6628. 



^^^^^^^3^jj|fiJjL^ 



De Mohbenschildt Exhibit No. 1 



544 



^\ 



— De Mohrenechildt Exhibit 2 



V 



Banoue Commerciale d'Haiti 

SOCIRTE ANONTTME DE BAKQUE 
AU CAmAL Amomimm db Um Million Dmnc Cmwr Cn*ao*im Mill* Ooomou 



/ 



COM BANE 

P O. BOK I007 

Clcmabd JoasPR Cbablu 



9ICOC SOCML CT BUMCAU PMHCO«L' 

Rub wj CBmu 

t>OBT ATI-PMIMOB, HAITI 

Pout - ah • Pawom i July 31 1 ll^j, ^ 



Mr. George De Mohrenschlldt 
6628 Dickens Avenue 
Dallas 3, Texas, U.S.A. 

Vy dear De MohrenscMldti 

It was a pleasure to receive your letter of July 23rd instant, emd I 
ara glad to hear that your distinguished wife joins in extending her 
appreciation for the friendly gesture and on the oooasion the privilege 
is mine to present her my respectful horamages. 

I am also anxious to see you and presume that our cooperation as planned 
ahall be of mutual interest to all conoamed. 

In feet, as you know, I received several offers of similar nature but 
I chose you and Texas so I am convinced that the goal desired will be 
at+air.od. 

Moreover, the great effort expended by our friend in common, Mr. Tardieu 
in t?.kinc steps with my bank and self, has created every hopes; and 
judging by what has been achieved in Porto Rico, I ara persuaded that with 
you and Texas, such a job does not uurpass our capacities. 

ThankB to new ideas and hard work positive results can be obtained. 
Shortly Mr. Tardieu will he able to present you the different projects 
which he scrupulously negotiated with me and our Board of Directors in 
pr^rticular. 

According to the mutual understanding entered into depends the economic 
position we would want to entertain in the country. 

In good faith and in closing the present, I wish to say to you and your 
distinguished wife, "Un gros bonjour d'Haiti". 

Sincerely, 





Clemard Josep 



De Mohrenschildt Exhibit No. 2 



545 



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9 i 
5: 



£ q.Tq.TOX3 aPTm^susjqow a<j _ 



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O » S 

S 2 ; 

ID ^ 



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546 




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De Mohbenschildt Exhibit No. 4 



547 






yy - G. de Mohre-w't"!'*' 

•^ = 216 Sadler Bldo- 5*35 Ti 

- DallM 6, T«»" 



'- <// .• /V^ /^/7///e.^ y'^yf^e^ ^rrr^^. 




'/%^ ^^^?:^ 









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\ ~\ \ 



De Mohrenschildt Exhibit No. 4— Continued 



548 



— De Mohrenschildt Exhibit 5 — • 

July 27*62 

Mr* Jean de Monil 
3363 San Felipe 
Houston, Texas 






Dear Vx* de Kenili 

I af^re elated the opportunity you ecra as of oatllalag the prejeot 
in Haiti, West Indies. According to your miggeetiOB I prepared a short aenoraadaa 
relating to this project. 

_ j_^ People ^liivolvwd. ■ 

Charles, Clcinard Joseph, President de la Banque CoBwerclale d* Haiti, the oaly Haltlas 

bank in existence. His referenoeei Irwing Trust Conpany, 1 Wall Street, NIC, Hr. 

Joseph Welsh, International i'isision, Manafacturera Tniat C«ipaiqr» ^ ff«ll Street, 

WYC, Mr. Jaiaes Greene, V. President. American Express Coi^)aBar, 65 Broadway, HTC, Mr* 

Marshall S. Walker Jr. Vice President Overseas Baridng. Ia. Banqae Cownerclale 

d' Haiti in addition to usual banking activities is a sole repreeentatlTa of Oeaeral 

Electric Ltd and of Sienons Schuckert WeAe for Haiti. 

Hr. B. Gindlne-Tardleu, well known in France and England, case to Haitiln 1935 

on behalf of an Enelish Syndicate of Investnent Coi^>aniaa to organise esqport of 

precious wood and build starch factories la the wh(^ Carrlbean area* He later 

orcanized the total export of bananas in Haiti. Hr* Tardlen owns a ohacolate 

factory in Port-au-Prince and has considerable real estate holdings. He la 

an adviser to the Banque Coinmerciale d'Haiti and Mr* Charles* spiritual father. 

This sounds strange but sUch is the case. 

Hr. Tardieu's original investment of % 50,000 will be of real estate holdings 

and he will obtain debentures payable froa the profits oaly. 

George de Mohrenschildt (resuae included) has an agreenent with the Haitian 

Govemr^nt^nade through the Banqae CoBBnerciale d'Ualti.for a ooeiplete geological 

and geophysical survey of the country and will apport into the Holding Coapa^y 

the profits from this survey and eventual oil aad/or Blaaral coaeessloas. 

2. The Holding Coaqpany, called teatatively Curtis Lee Zno., 
will consist of 100 shares of % 1,000 each* The aoaey is to be speat exclusively 
on preparing projects, e3q>en84s and elaboration of agreeaents and guarantees 

in Washington and Haiti. It aay participate Jointly with the Banqoe tMi/or Haitlaa 
capital in the projeots outlined below, but the aaia flaaaoiag will be doae by 
the Joint Aaericaa and Haitian interests uader the auspioes of the Allianoe for 
Progress. 

3. The jprojects that the Banque Conwroiale is considering at 
present and in which ^^wiU pajrtioipate are as follows! Building of inejqjensira 
houses. 2. Building of a bonded warehouse. 3* Building of a warf. U» Building of 
a h^rdroelectric plant. 5* Organisation of a Haitian Insurance Coapany. 6. Proao- 
tion of plantina of tobacco to larger extent and construction of a cigar factory* 
?• Lobster tail''cannlx% and freezing* 6* Mamfaoture of dessloated oocomt with 
su;-:ar. 9. Participation la a telephone systea. 10* Cotton wool plant. U. Operatloa 
of a sisal plantation and of factories already in existeaoe. 12. Rsfiaing of 
vegetable oils. 13. Manufacture of containers for doaestic oil distributioa. 

lU. Manufacture of oargerlns. 15. Psrtidpatloa ia helldlag of saall sugar alUs 
near the existing cooperatives* 16. Building of a oaalae ia Rstioarille* 
IZOperation of a hotel aortgtged to the Baa(|M. IS* Other projeota whleh 



(S> 



De Mohrenschildt Exhibit No. 5 



549 



— De Mohrenschildt Exhibit 5 



0. de Mohrenschildt to 

Xr* Jean de Kezill} eoatlmcd. Page 2, 



ccyas to the attention of tha Banque CoBwrciala d'Haiti* aaong thea produotioa 
of local filiu. 

U. The Holding Conpany expeeta to retaia a small participatloa ia 
all of these industries and enterprises by bringing tha natire and the AwriCMi 
capital together and by preparing engineering ttudiea for eadi project. The 
Holding Conpai^ will obtain the necessary Washington guarantees and tha help 
of the Allicanco for Progress. Each individual project will be preaentad natarall/ 
for consideration to the Banqa* Ccoaejxiale and to the partners in thl« Uoldlag 
Cu::$>asy and they nay decide vu takit -a ccaplets csntrel of a project of ttaalr 
choice. 

5. In arranging your eventual participation in the Holding Ccmpamff 
Hr, de Kenil, I can follcw any of your suggestions which may fl^yair tax 
situation. This is why the project is presented in such a fluid fora. 

6. At present Haiti is in the econcoiio doldruna. A rerival and a grMft 
boon is expected because of the proposed nassiTe injection of the Anerican aoaoiyf 
because of the beneficial strategic position of Haiti betweea the Dn a lnl oa n 
Republic and Puerto Rico, and because of the pznsposed coabinatioa of the 

private initiative, native and Aaerican capital and intervention of the Baaqoa 
Cosierciale in each transaction* U.S. Govei*nx>eat help should not be unerestiaatad 
- folla/ied by the revival 6f the tourist trade with the coafideace aad beoauM 
of the extreaely safe geogra^ihic position of Haiti ia caaa of aa anwd ooafllot* 

Enclosed you will find a photoatatio oopy of tba artlelaa I 
showed to you in Houstoa, ay latest cosnuaicatioa with Tardiaa aad iqr ra 

Ezclase tbis letter written ia a greet karrj. 
-Slaeeraljr T^orSf 
C. da Mohrmaohildt 



QUi/aa 

De MoHBEXSCHrLDT Exhibit No. 5 — Continued 




550 



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H*ttl*n Holding CoM>«Br ^».^ „,«„« «-».i» — -*—. ^ ^ 

Tblt Holding (kwputy will cooperate vlCb the Beafqu* C r — arr UU d' HelCl, Port-Att- 
Prlnce, Mr. B. Glndlne-Tardleu, advlMr Co tb« Bank, local Haltlaa aad Aaarlcaa aBtar^ 
prise* In reworking and creating certain industries and enterprises in Haiti, Vest ladlne. 

1. Personallclea involved. 

Charles. Clenard Joseph. President of the Banqoe Cb — irciale d'Balti, the only native 
bank in existence. His references: Irving Trust Coapany, HTC. , Mr. Joseph Uclsh, 
Incemacional Division, Manufacturers Trust Coeipany, NYC., Mr. Jaaes Greene, vice- 
president. Anerlcan Express Cooipany, RYC, Mr. Marshall S. Walker, vice-preald«it j 
overseas banking. Mr. Charles is also a sole repreeentatlTe in Haiti of General llnctrle 
Ltd. and of Slasaens Schuckert Werke. 

B. Glndlne-Tardleu . well known in banking circles in Preace and England , caae to Haiti 
in 1935 on behalf of an Bnglisb Syndicate of Invescaent to organise export of precious ^ 
wood and to build starch factories in the whole Carribaan area. At a Later date be bnilt t 
up the total export of bananas fro* Haiti to D8A. Mr. Tardleu owns a chocolate peste | 
factory In Port-Au- Prince and has conaldereble real estste holdings. He has actively | 
contributed for years to the development of cooperatives in Haiti. He is adviser to the ( 
Banque Coonerciale and is Mr. Charles' spiritual father; this sounds strange but such is 
the case. i 

Mr. Tardleu' s original investment of $50,000 will be of real estate holdings eveluated 
by the Court for which he will obtein debentures peyable out of the profits of the I 
Holding Coiq>any only. He will not be the stockholder. ' 

George de Mohrenschlldt faalllar with Haiti fro« nany trips aad severel surveys ande by 
hln in the interior, has a tentative agreeaent with the Haitian Goveii i iiit (Minister of ' 
Finance) nade through the BantpM Conswrciale d' Haiti for a complete geological a geophysical 
survey of the country for the aaount of $181,670 aad an afdditioaal aereal survey for $85,344 
- for oil, gas and othtr ainerals - aad is apporting into the Holding Coapany all profits | 
froa this Survey and any eventual oil and/or alnerel conceaaioaa. 

2. The Holding Coapany. 

It will consist of 100 shares of $1,000 each. The aoney is to be spent oo preparing pro- 
jects, expenses connected with the projects, eleboretion of agreeaents and guarantees in 
Washington and Haiti. It will bring native and Aaerlcan capital together, working thus 
elong the lines of the Alliance for Progress. It will retain saall participations in all 
industries and enterprises outlined below, will prepare deteiled engineering and ecoooalc 
studies for each project and will supervise their coapletion. Bach individual partner in 
the Holding Coapany will be given an opportunity to participate to a larger extent in any 
of the projects and the Banque Cosaserciale d' Haiti will have a participation of at least 
101 in the capitalization of each project. 

3. The projects which the Banque CoeeKrciale is considering at present and in which 
it will participate are the following: 1. Planting of tobacco on a larger scale end 
building of a cigar factory. 2. Developaent of cheap bousing. 3. Building of a 
wbar^. 4. Construction of a ^rdroelectric plant in conjunction with e coapleted daa 
(by Brown and Root), following'Telectrlflcetlon. 5. Lobster tail canning and freeslng 
for export. 6. Plant for dessicated coconut and coconut candy. 7. Building and 
operation of a cotton wool plant. 8. Orgenixatlon of a local Insurance Coapany. 9. Op- 
eration of e sisal plantation and factories already in existence. 10. The telephone 
system. 11. Refining of vegeteble oil. 12. Manufacture of conteiners for doawstlc 

oil distribution. 13. Manufacture of aergerine. 14. Participation in building of 
small sugar plants near the existing plantations. 15. Building of a caaino. 16. Other 
projects, among them local making of films, which come to the attention of the Banque 
Coonerciale d'Haitl. 

4. This is the first attaapt of bringing together the local Bank, capital, American 
financing and OS.Cov.m-ent help to,«h«. Cm ahenU ant forget the highly 1-K»rtant 

a^oaranKlf^l ttw« f4«^ of Haiti. ^, * -»»"*7 *^»wtt«nc 

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NEXT WEEK STOP INTERAMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK WILLINQ CONSIDER 
CONTRIBUTINQ 700.000 OR BETTER INDUSTRIAL VENTURES OURTISSLEES 
CCMBANK STOP CALLING YOU TUESDAY REQAROS 

TAROIEU 



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De Mohrenschildt Exhibit No. 7 



George de MoHRENscmun 

PCTnOkCUM OKOLOOIST AND CNOIMCKtt 
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Dallas, Texas 



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Port-au-Prtnce, September 12, 1963 
c/o American Enibassy 



De Mohrenschildt Exhibit 9 



Dear Paul: 



How are you? Have you received my previous letter, 
^^•itten, I think, in June? Some of ray letters got lost. 

Now, all settled in our delightful house, in the foothills 
near Port-au-Prince, we can invite you to come over and visit us. 
V/e have lots of flowers and lots of space. Ithink you will find it 
very interesting here. 

My v7ork is advancing very well. 1 have an assistant, a 
geologist from Florence, 'Italy, and we are concentrating for the time 
being, on the interpretation of aereal photos. We are doins some 
geophysical work also. So far, I found some manganese and new indices 
of hydrocarbons. Since the Russians have found a major oil field 
in Cuba, there is a new interest in the Carribean area. I 

Our sisal operations are also progressing and I am anxious! 
for you to see the plantation and the. factory at Mont Rouis. 

I£ you decide to come, send us a wire c/o Embassy a few 
days in ADVANCE, because we are often out of town. We want you to 
have a good reception and we should be at the airport to facilitate 
all the formalities for you. 

With best personM regards. 



& 



anne ancS George de hkmcenschildt 



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MAIL: c/o American GEORGE DE MOHRENSC HI LDT 
Embassy in Haiti 

p-,-.*-_-ii.Pr-inre petroleum geologist and esigineer ^f 

1639-40 Republic Notionol Bank Building 
DALLAS 1, TEXAS 

Port-au-Prince, Februairy 2 '64 

~" De Mohrenschlldt Exhibit 12 — 

Mrs. Janet Lee Auchincloss 
3044 Street NW 
Washington, D.C. 

Dear Janet : 

Thank you for your letter of January 29th. 

No, I am not connected with our Foreign Service. 
I was a consultant for the State Deaprtment in 1957 '58 (in the 
geological field) but have not had any consulting jobs for the 
Government and did not mind as I have always been a Republican. 

As you can see from the letterhead, I have a geological 
conXilting firm in Dallas and specilize in foreign exploration. Here 
in Haiti I have a loose contract with the Government for the com- 
plete exploration of the whole country. Also I have some oil 
companies backing me in the eventual development of the oil 
resources of this island. 

Dimitri is in India right now, for his sabattical year. 
He belongs to some Buddist sect and goes to Bengal for a year, of - 
study and retreat. I will write to him and give him your kind /tM:>c| J 
message. "tf/Zr^ 

When in Washington I will be delighted to come and (/ ^^ 
see you and your charming husband. If possible I shall bring my 
wife along. She is a well known designer, by the way. 

Since I have a sisal plantation Here, I stay quite often 
in Haiti and am very fond of this covintry. If you and your husband 
have a chance to come and visit us here, I am extending to both of 
you an invitation to come over and stay with us any time you feel 
like. We have a beautiful house way up above Port-au-Prince. Do 
not believe the silly reports of the American press about Haiti. 
It is not a "hell hole", no Americans have been molested here and 
the situation at present time is peaceful and pleasant. The effects 
of the terrible cyclone Flora are being alleviated and the situation 
is becoming normal again. 

Very sincejreiy yours, . x^ 
/6e6rge d^ Mohrenschildt 



GDM/SS ADDRESS IN HAITI (W I ) . BUREAU DE GEODESIE 

BICENTENAIRE — PORT AU-PRINCE 
TEL: 3915 



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555 



c/o American Embassy Ln Haiti 
GEORGE DE MOHRENSCHILDT 

PfTKOUUM QfOLOGIST AND ENCINHR 

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DALLAS 1. TEXAS 



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Street N.W. 
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C/O SERVICE GEOOESIQUE D'HAITI 

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PORT-AU-PRINCE 




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556 






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557 



Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Dec. 12, 1963 

c/o American Embassy 
Dear Janet : 

We are appaled and deeply disgusted by President Kennedy's cowardly assassina- 
tion. We were ashamed that it happened in our home town. May I ask you to express 
my deepest sympathy to your daughter and tell her that both my brother and I will 
always remember her as a charming little girl from EJast Hampton. So many sorrows 
have been ruining her young life. 

Since we lived in Dallas permanently last year and before, we had the misfortune to 
have met Osvald and especially his wife Marina sometime last fall. Both my wife and 
I tried to help poor Marina who could not speak any English, was mistreated by her 
husband ; she and the baby were malnurished and sickly. We took them to the 
hospital. 

Sometime last fall we heard that Osvald had beaten his wife cruelly, so we drove 
to their miserable pplace and forcibly took Marina and the child away from the 
character. Then he threatened me and my wife but I did not take him seriously. 
Marina stayed with the family of some childless Russian refugees for a while, keep- 
ing her baby, but finally decided to return to her husband. Somehow then we lost 
interest in the Osvalds. 

It is really a shame that such crimes occur in our times and in our country. But 
there is so much jealousy for success — and the late President was successful in so 
many domains — and there is so much desire for publicity on the part of all shady 
characters that assassinations are bound to occur. Better precautions should have 
been taken. 

Remember our discussion one day on the plane from Dallas to Washington? We 
spoke of criminal children and of the terrible problem of delinquency in the South. 
Osvald was just an expression of that cancer which is eating American youth. 

You will excuse this rambling letter but I was just sitting in my office thinking of the 
strange fate which made me know Jackie when she was a little girl — and which made 
me also know the assasin (or presumbable assasin) his wife and child. And your 
daughter has been of such help to the Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation — which 
he had started in Texas several years ago. She was an honorary chairman of this 
Foundation. 

I do hope that Marina and her children (I understand she has two now) will not 
suffer too badly throughout their lives and that the stigma will not affect the innocent 
children. Somehow, I still have a lingering doubt, notwithstanding all the evidence, 
of Oswald's guilt. 

I just received a letter from my brother and he also recalls our friendship with you 
and extresses his deepest sympathy to you and to your daughter. 

Please aedept my feelings of resi>ect and consideration. 

Sincerely, 
/s/ G. de Mohrenschildt 

George de Mohrenschildt 

I also had a great tragedy three years ago, my only son died of Cystic Fibrosis at the 
age of ten and I understand the impact of the sudden death and the ensuing horrible 
shock. I 

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1-lr. Jean do Ma nil 
Schlujaberger Ltd. 
P. 0. Box 2173 
Houston, Texas 




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Dear Mr. da MeaJli deKohrenschildt Exhibit No. 16 

In order to keep you infomed on the developcvents in Haiti, 
I a.-a enclosisc herewith a copy of the letter sent to m by Mr* Cleaart J. 
Charles, preslent of the Banque Comiaorciale d* Haiti (COKDANK) which is self- 
explanatory and a copy of tha wire from Mr. B. Tardlou. 

As you may see the Intorajoarioan Development Bank is willing 
to contribute substantially to our program already. A/i soon a* Hr» Tardieu eenda 
to na the evaluation of the real estate holdings In Haiti which will be put Into 
Curtis Loa Ino. wo shall incorporate in Texas for $ 100,000. 

Kindly let ne know If you may want to becons a stockholder la 
this corporation and if so how many shares should be eventually kept reserved 
for you. I am very anxious to have you as a participant. I shall be at your 
disposal for asy additional information. Call Eitoreoa 3*1365 la Dallas* 




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Sincerely yours. 



George de Mohrensohlldt 

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560 



THE STATE OF TEXAS 
COUNTY OF DALLAS 



AFrlDAV.'T IN ANY FACT 



BEFORE ME,. 



PATST COLLINS. 



a Notary Public in and (or said County, State of Texas, on this day personally appeared. 



_CeciljJ. McWatters, 2523 Blyth, DAl-2909,_Dalla3, Texas__ 

Business Address: Dallas Transit Company 

Who, after being by me duly sworn, on oath deposes and says: Today, November 22, 1963 about 12:40 

p.n. I was driving l-Iarsalis Bus No. 1213. I picked up a man on the lower end 
of town on Elm around Houston. I went on out I-Iarsalis and picked up a woman. 
I asked her if she knew the President had been shot and she thought I was kidding. 
I told her if she did not believe me to ask the man behind her that he hiad told 
me the President was shot in the temple. This man was grinning and never did 
say anything. The woman said that it was not a grinning matter, I don't 
remember where I let this man off. This man looks like the #2 man I saw in a 
line-up tonight. The transfer //004A-59 is a transfer from my bus with my punch 
mark, XXXXXXHCXXXXXXXXEJDGQSQQDOQOQOXXHCJOaXXXX)^^ 




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THE STATE CF TEXAS 
COUNTY OF DALLAS 



BEFORE ME^ 



AFFIDAVIT IN ANY FACT 



P3t.C3r HnTHy^.:; 



a Notary Public in and for soid County, State of Texos, on this day personally oppeored. 



Who, after being by me duly sworn, on oath deposes and says: Today Kovenbor 22, 1963 about 1:30 pa 

r^r sistcr-in-lav; end iifseif \.-aro lo,'lAg doim in our apartacnt. ny sioter-in-lavx 
is Jcanstto Cavic, \:3 livo in the s-amc house in different apartments , Ue heard 
a Ghot and then another shot and ran to side door at Patton Street. I savr 
the boy cutting across cur yard and ho v.as urJ-oadin^ his cun, Vo inlkod outside 
and a ■.-.cr.rui ivas hollering "he's dead, he's dead, he's shot". This v.-onan told 
Jcanctto to crJJL the Police andsho did. I sav; the officer that load been shot 
IjliXi OJ^ Tenth street after Jeanotte had called the Police. Jeanatte found a 
c::rjty shell that the rnan had unloaded and gave it to tho i>olico. After the 
Police iiad left I found a espty shell in'our yard. This io tho sano shell I 
gave to Cetcctive Ehority, Tho can that v,ias unloading the gun was tho sauis 
nan that I saw tonight as nuaber 2 nan in a line up.XXynx^nnayyXXXXyyyninnaXXa 



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EARLIER PUBLICATIONS • p.p^^ 

OF VALUE TO THE MARXIST STUDENT 

STALINISTS ON THE WATERFRCWT by Art 

Preis 1947 .25 

BUILD A LABOR PARTY NOW by George 

Clarke 1946 .25 

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Tanner Weiss 1946 .25 

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JOBS FOR ALL: A Fighting Program for 

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MARITIME: A Historical Sketch and a 

Workers' Program by Frederick J. Lang 1943 .50 
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YOUR STANDARD OF LIVING by C. Charles 1943 .25 
THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON CNE YEAR AFTER 

by Albert Parker 1942 .25 

NEGROES MARCH ON WASHINGTON by A. Parker 1941 .25 
TEACHERS AND THE WAR 1941 .25 

THE NEGRO AND THE U.S. ARMY by E, Varlin 1941 .25 
l-^TOR» s ANSWER TO CONSCRIPTION by 

P«Ux Morrow 1940 , 10 

TBAHF. VINION PROBLEMS by Farrell Dobbs 1940 .2/ 
, ^''■^•ROF.s SHOULD OPPOSE THE WAR by 
"""^^ ,* '**/*"»on 1940 ,25 

"""" V^'^''^" ^'^^<^IST DEMAGOCTJE by 

""^^"^"i i.'iJiT I, .III I ji n ■uiiiii II ■ mil _ iw<* « lining 










F. Dobbs 

Exhibit #6 



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572 






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573 



Farrell Dobbs Exhibit No. 8 



April 26, 1963 



L.H. Oewald 
P.O.Box 2915 
Dollae, Texas 



Denr Friend: 

As pAr your 

they are as followe; 



As pAr your request for th*' words of the International*, 



iKTETiNATIONALE 



Arise ye^,'r\eon°r£ of starvation,. 

Arise ye||vrf»tched of the earth, 

For JUBt^we thun>'!.*re condemnation, 

A bett*='r'e world's in birth. 

No mor* traditions chfine shall bind ue. 

Arise ye sl'^vee, no jrore enthrall. 

The ecrth shall rice on new foundations^ 

We have b«en neught, ve shall ''>b all. 

Chorus! 

•Tip th*> flnnl conflict, 

Lftt ep.ch ctf nd In his plac'=', 

The Int-'^rnatlonal p^rty shell be the hxunan race, 

(rftpeat) 

W*' ask no condescending oavloure. 
To rule ue from a Judj';me .t hall. 
We workers ank not for their favors. 
Let us decide for all. 
To make the thief disgorge his booty. 
To free thp spirit from Ite cell, 
'iv'e must ourselves decide our duty. 
We must decide and to it well. 
Chorus 

Very truly yours, 

* <■■■ 



(Mrs.) V. Haletead 
VH:kB 

DoBBs Exhibit No. 8 



574 









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744-730 O— 64-voI. XIX 38 



575 



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50CI/^T WORKERS PARTY 



tC^^ d K' ■^l-Cl\ 



U6 Ui.yenity Ploco, New York 3, N. Y. „ tn vv I 

' ^F. Dobbs I 

□ I would like more information about the Exhibit7r9/ 

-^ Socialist Workeri Party. ' 

. iS^would like to join the Socialiit WorkeraPqrt^ 

No™. A<: ^'^.I2<^^^C€'^^ 

Street .<^.;r:.^ ^.Z/.S".. 

Oty ^;:C<r^.^4^. State 



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part in the most effective way in the strugjj, , ~ ■ 
and freedom and plenty, that you are helpine ^l^ 'e It.- ,• 
est cause_ ever undertaken, and that your weiV;t n-al' 
counts. "F. Dobbs" ' /' 

Exh.#9 
Socialism is the only road leading away from poverty, 
innation, unemployment, imperialist war, totalitarianism' 
-- all the world-wide scourges of decaying capitalism 
Socialism can save us from capitalist barbarism and open 
u? a new world for humanity. The most courageous wolk- 
-r^. those capable of the greatest sacrifices, those intel- 
..^cnt enough to see the task and endowed with the will 
•0 carry it out. must take the lead. That is our historic 




Ausuct 23, 1962 



»ir. Lee 1!. Csv:ald 
2703 Mercedes St. 
Fort Worth, Texas 

Dear Ilr. Oswald: 

Thank you for your recent letter requesting 
infor.-iiation about the Socialist Uorlccrs Party. 

VJe are enclosing herewith a copy of a pamphlet 
antitlcd "71-.e Socialist ".oirlicrc ^arty — IJhat It Is, \71iat 
It Stands For," by Joe , >. Hansen, as well as some other 
Jiatcrial v;hicu should be of interest to you, 

if you 'rxave any more questions, please do 
not hesitate to vTrito us a^ain. 



'..'ith best V7ichc 



Sinccreljf, 



Enc. 



Sherry Finer 



Dobbs Exhibit No. 9 — Continued 



576 









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SGciaiisI WnrLers ParSy^^ 

116 University Place • New York 3, N. Y. • ALgonquin 5-7460 

JAMES P. CANNON 
National Chairman 

FARRELL DOBBS 
Natiqnal Seeratary November 5, 1962 

Mr. Lee H. Oswald P. , ,„ ^ ^ , > . i. 

Box 2915 ., ) f ■' 

Dallas, Texas ''■'^l^ W/V'-^v 6r.--V'-^ 

Dear Mr. Oswald: <: s -.-i Sl'ytC-^f)' 

We have your clipping requesting application for 
membership in the Socialist Workers Party. 

We are sorry for the delay in answering your letter. 

Our constitution requires that there must be a 
minimum of five members before a branch of the Socialist 
Workers Party can be formed and it is not our practice 
to take in individual members where no branch yet exists. 
Unfortunately we don't have any branches at all in Texas. 

We very much appreciate, however, your request for 
membership in the party and wish to continue on a basis of 
close sympathetic relation with you until such time as a 
branch of the SWP can exist in Dallas. Pending the neces- 
sary basis for such a local structure, we suggest that you 
concentrate on seeking subscribers to the Militant and pro- 
moting the sale of socialist literature obtainable through 
Pioneer Publishers „t Through contacts you may be able to 
develop on this basis let us hope it will be possible before 
too long to w e lcome a D a lla-S-- -Texas branch into the party. 

In line with the above I am taking the liberty of send- 
ing a number of subscription blanks to the Militant so that 
you can have full advantage of our introductory offer of 4 
/; months for only $1. We have had great success nationally 
V7ith our subscription campaign. Also, you yourself should 
be sure to subscribe to both the Militant and International 
Socialist Review as you will find them excellent sources of 
socialist literature and information. 

Please keep in touch with us. — _ tt ,, v-u -^ ^■■^■^ ^i^ tt 
^ Farrell Dobbs Exhibit No. 11 

With best wishes, — _.^i^---i___: 

Sincerely, 

£P_:sf_' Farrell Dobbs, National Secretary 

DoBBS Exhibit No. 11 



578 



I 



116 University Place 
New York 3, New York. 
Dec. 9, 1962 



Mr. Lee H. Oswald 
Box 2S15 
Dallas, Texas. 

Dear Mr. Oswald: 

Your letter and reproductions were turned over to me by the SWP office. 

I am familiar with reproductions and offset printing processes. It is clear from 
your work that you are skilled at blow-ups, reversals and reproduction work generally. 
Do jiou do any other phases of the process as well as photography ? What ahput layout 
and art work ? 

We have access to a small offset shop here in New York. Generally, when we need 
any copy work done we have taken it there directly. However there might very well be 
occasion when we could utilize your skill for some printing project. It would, of course, 
necessarily have to be a project in which we would have flexibility as to time. It is not 
easy to do anything in which there is pressure to get a job out immediately through 
correspondence between New York and Texas. Such work must be done locally, out of 
necessity. However, for a longer term project it might Bae possible to ask your aid. 

Could you write to me directly at the above address? I would like to know what size 
camera you have; how lairge a paper print you can make; how large a negative; and any 
other technical information that you can give us that would help us judge how your aid 
could be most effective. If you have any questions please feoc feel. free toP ^V^ ^^ and 
I will try to respond promptly. ^ 

With best wishes for a year of progress 
Bob Chester- 









4^ 



DoBBS Exhibit No. 12 



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579 



Sosiallst r/orLcro Parly= 



-^H-HHigafW'V'^-j.jj^..^.,.>. 



116 Uaivenicy Place • New Yodt 5. N. Y. • ALgoo^iia 5-7460 



PAS&EIL DOBBS 



March 27, 1963 



Kr. Lee B« Oswald 
P.O. Box 2915 
Dallas, Texas 

Dear Kr. Oswald: 

Ve have reclcved your letter of March 24. Thank you for writing 
again. The clipping was very interesting also. 

Because of your young age and location, we 'are sending yournaaie 
to the Young Socialist Alliance for further correspondence. 
I an sure that they will be able to inform you about what the 
youth in the movement are doing. Their address is: P.O. Box 
471, Cooper Station, New York 3, New York. 

If we can be of any more help, please write again. 

With best wishes. 



>8eph Task 

JTioa 

DoBBS Exhibit No, 13 




580 



standard Form 800 

Piomulpilwl Not. 1952 

BjBUTMu.it "II nudget 

Olreular A -33 



SEP 11 



HEALTH RECORD 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 



SYMPTOMS, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT. TREATING ORGANIZATION (.Sign »*ch »ntrr) 



- gPATION H O SPIT A L 



U. 3. l.IARIN-13 CORPS AIH STATIOK 
EL TORO (SM i TA AMA) , CA LIFQ- ,1 :TA 



EXAimJED TIIIO DATE AI ' TD FaiND PmTSICALLY QJIAUTTED FOR 



S^ARATICII FliOM TIIE U> S . NIARIME COI^P S S SRVTr.F ,. RF/^JTRES 



M:;iTIiTffi Tl^EATMiiitlT NOR HOSPITALIZ i -^TiaT . 



X-R.\Y FII'IDIIIOO : 



FTT.M IJUI^iBSR: v omm l lfi'MS ^ TGGATIV ^ D.>LrZ : . 



VPRL : 



I-IKG^.TIVE DATIC: 3 S t» r IQ'^Q 



URINALYSIS; 



IIEGATIVB D..TE : 3 S e p 1959 



T YTE OF 
& EF 



^i6^ 



PF. TEASE FROM ACTIVE DUTY IN THE USMC ON 



'F^^^::^^^'^-^ 11 Sep 1959 



DEFECTS NOTJTD ; — NCIL 




J ,t^ VINCENT, U MC USNR 



RACE 

c 



GRADE. RATING. OR POSITION 



Pfc 



ORGANIZATION UNIT 

HScHS Sep Sec 



COMPONENT OR BRANCH 

USMC 



SERVICE. DEPT. OR AGENCY 

USN 



PATIENT'S l_AST NAME— TIRST NAME— MIDDUE NAME 



OSWALD. Lee Harrey 



DATE OF BIRTH (oat-mokth-t«ar) 

18 Got 1939 



IDENTIFICATION NO. 



1653230 



PIACE 07 BIRTH* Lottislana 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 
StandaM Form 600 



DONABEDIAN EXHIBIT NO. 1 



581 



StaiMlanl F>onn 88 

(Rr<. Aui. IMO) 

PB01iUL0ATK:> BT 

Bumikuor tiic Budoit 

ClRCVLAI A-24 



^S£L 11 Sept; 1959 
^REPORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINAl.«>rl 



I. UST VAMf— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE'NAME 

OSWALD. Lee HarToy 



4. HOME ADOKESS (Numtxt, itrat or RFD, cKf w (oaf «, mm aiU BUU) 

3124 West 5th St. Fort Worth. Texas 



7. SEX 



(. TOT/tL YDS. G<iVT. SEKVKS 

^HiuTAitY I avaiAN 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSmON 



Pfc 



lOl DEPARTMENT, AGENCY, OR SERVICE 

USMC 



i. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 

Separation 



i. IDENTIFICATION NO. 

l6532iQ_ 



II. ORGANIZATION UNfT 

H8cH3 SEP SEC 



(. DATE OF EXAMINATION 

3 sept 1959 



U. MTC or MRTN 

18 Oct 39 



II. PLACE OF MRTH 

Louisiana 



14. NAME, RELATIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OT KIN 



isMfXMiRii^ OGBtrn-omifiNER. and aookess 

U. S M*RIME CORP'5 ^[R STATION 

tL TO R O (S ANTA ANA). CAL I F. 

17. RATING OR SPECIALTY 



Mra« M« OSWALD. Same as line ^k (M) 



t*. OTHER INFORMATION 

Rel: Luthern 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY- TOTAL 



LAST SIX MONTHS 



NOTBS.~D»Kril>» »r»tr mbnormmlitr in defU. {Enter pert. 

oommmnt: continua in Hem 73 mnd m» mddllionml §h»al> If n^cntmrr.t 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



mbmr b*foe0 »mch 



AsNotfd 



I*. HEAD. FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



U. EARS— GENERAL ,^^, „„^ i,,^ TO tndT 



iX DRUMS (.PrrfmaHen) 



24. EYES— GMERAL 



■■Uir !!•« U. to. mUtn 



25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



2C. PUPILS {Eqvalitf and reaetUm) 



27. OCULAR MOTILITY il::r!tl,'.rS'' ' 



21. LUNG' AND CHEST (/ndiuk breattt) 



29. HEART (Tkruif, (lu, rkftSm. minii) 



(39) S operation, 1" left mastoid 
S operation, 1" ULA 
S gunshot, left elbow 
S i" left hand 
7SULA 



(18) Mastoid operation 1945 NCD 



30. VASCULAR SYSTEM ( VtrlcotUIci, at.) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (/lu/ulft htrnit) 



32. ANUS AND RECTUM !2.~rL*°r?j!ii3!' 



33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34. G-U SYSTEM 



35. UPPER EXTREMITIES i^"f!'^ ' 



37. UWER EXTREMITIES jgy^^^.^^^, 



3t. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



31. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS, SCARS, TATTOOS 



411. SKIN, LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROIOGIC (tfim^um ■•« . 



42. PSYCHIATRIC I9y«</V •» pftmM, <»l rt ..) 



(Outk turn tmt) 
D VAGINAL n RECTAL 



(Con(/ntM In Ifm fS\ 



44 BOITAL (ifoa (pproprlut ifiiiM< (toM or bdaie nnmlxr vf upper md lamtr teeth, tupeetUielt) 



O.— AcftaroUo («U 
/.— JV»<va(oraM< teM 



X .—Mlttlnt UetX 
JITJL—Sepltced tf 4ent»ra 



?3? 



« h 



f T 



> DGFCCn AM) 



TYPE 111 
GLASS 1 
QUALIFIED 



LUOItTOIT FINDINU 



45. URINALYSIS: ST. OR. 1*022 



NEO 



SUGAR 

NEO 



MicRosconc 

ND 



K. CHEST X-RAY iPUte, Utt, flln number, rwuV) 

70mm #6318 - 3Sepl959 
NBGATIVB 



€7. satObOSY ISped/l (M( Mcrf ciU remtt) 

TIRL - K gQATTVK 



.1 .. 



Ml othui nsrs 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontlnucd 



582 



StAndard Form 85 

(Rev. Aug. IMfl) 

PBOMOLOATIO DT 

BURIAU or TBI BUDOIT 

ClRCnLiB A-24 



- REL 11 Sopt; 1959 r"' 

REPORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINAl.^N 




I. lAST NAME-FIRST NAME— MIDOLi NAME 

O'J'ALDt Loo Ilarvoy 



4. HOME ADDRESS (Numtxr, itrut or RFD, dlf or <ouil, foiu and SlaU) 

312/» Wo3t 5th St. Fort ^Yorth. Texao 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSFTIOH 



Pfo 



S. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 

Soperation 



7. SEX 

LL 



L RACE 

c 



o!^ 



TOTAL YR3. GOVT. SERVICE 
[UTARY I CIVIUAN 



10. DEPARTMENT. AGENCY. OR SERVICE 

usi.:c 



II. ORGANIZATION UNH' 

H£clIS JEP JEC 



12. DATE OF BIRTH IJ. PLACE OF BIRTH 

1 8 Oct 3 S ( ^^.LoyiaianQ 



14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP, AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 

Mrs. M« OlJ.VALD, liime as lino ^% (M) 



_ XmiNlNG FACIUTY OR EXAMINER, AND ADDRESS 

U. S. MARID': COR""" MR GTAi.ON 
gL TQRQ (SANTA ANA). RAlJf , 



16. OTHER INFORMATION 

Rol: Luthorn 



17. RATING OR SPrCIAl TV 




TIME IN THIS CAPACITY- TOTAL 


UST SIX MONTHS 


CLINICAL EVALUATION 


NOTES.— Datcriba avarj abnormality in detail. (Enlat partmant Ham numbae balota aach 
oommant: continue in Item 73 and uaa additional ahaata it n«c««iarT.) 


NORMAL 


ABNOR. 
M«L 


(C'/iecA each irom tn appropriate col- 
umn anier "W E " i7 nof araluataiTl 


(39) 3 oporatlon, 1" loft maatold 




X 


H. HEAD. FACE, NECK, AND SCALP 






19, NOSE 


S operation, 1" ULA 






20, SINUSES 


8 cunshot, left elbow 






21. MOUTH AND THROAT 


S J" left hand 






22, EARS— GENERAL ^^,„j„ ,,^, ro,nJ7l) 


VSUU 






23, DRUMS (fltr/orolion) 








lA. EYES— GENERAL ^,j„ ^,^ ,,, „ ,^ ,„ 








25. OPI "HALMOSCOPIC 


. ■ ." -. • - ■ . . ...■ •. 






2S, PUPilS (E<iualUv and reaction) 








27. OCU -«R MOTILITY iii'r^toZ^*' "^ 








21. LUNGS AND CHEST (/nc/ujfc *r««It) 


(18) Mastoid operation 19ii»5 NCD 






29. HEART (nrual, tlie, rhilhm, (Oundi) 








30. VASCULAR SYSTEM ( rorfco»*ltl, etc.) 








31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include kemla) 








32. ANUS AND RECTUM !?;2S.*t?1'JlSS' 








33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 








34. G-U SYSTEM 








35. UPPER EXTREMITIES i^'J^^ ""^ " 








X. FEET 








37. LOWER EXTREM4TIES \f^^':;l„,f^i„, 








3». SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 




AsKot 


3(3 


39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS. SCARS, TATTOOS 








40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 








41. NEUROLOGIC ^g^^ita,ri,m UMt >>oim Um 7t) 




• 




42. PSYCHIATRIC {5>«</>aat>«raou:>l><l«ri<ilio«) 




FmmalG9 onjj 


(CVxt koa ioae) 
43. PELVIC D VAGINAL D RECTAL 




1 


<Coa(iBu« In Item 73) 


4*. DENTAL {nut tppTojrrkiU tfmlxit abcK or 6rfoic number o 
O.—Ratorabit UHh X.—MUttnt tee 
l.-NmretU>nbU IceH XXX.-RtpUieei b\ 


upp«r and lover teethe rupedloeSt) 
t\ (« X D.-f\zed bridfe. bracluU to 
1 denturet tnelude abttmrnU 

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 if ^ 


REMARKS AND ADOmONAL OEKTAL DOECTS AND 
DISEASES 

TYPE 111 
CLASS 1 
QUALIFIED 


!^»3I3^292S272BB 


24 23 22 21 20 19 18 UU y 



UIORATOHr FINDINQS 



«J. URINALYSIS: SP. GR. 1,022 


46. CHEST X RAY (Plaet, date, /Urn num(«r, reiuli) 

70inm #6318 - 3Sepl959 
NEOATIVK 


47. SEROCOGY (Specif 1 tat tetmdnnU) 


ALBUMIN 

NEO 


SUGAR 

NEG 


MICROSCOPIC 

ND 


VERL - NEGATIVE 


«LEM 


41. KOOO TTK AND RH 
FACm« 

1 


n. onm nsn 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



583 



MUltnCMENTt «ND OTHER FINDINSi 



SI. HEI6HT 

71 " 



52. WEIGHT 

150 



51 COLOR HAIR 

Drovm 



54. CDLOR erts 



Grey 



55. BUILO: 

SLENDER MEDUM HEAVY OBESE 
O ^ D D 



!«. TEMP. 

N 



57. BLOOD PRESSURE (Arm ct htart latf. 



58. PULSE (Arm at heart lictl) 



TJTT 



18- 



SYS 
DIAS. 



62 



AFTER EXERCISE 



1 MIN. AFTER 



RIGHT a/ 20 CORR. TO 20/ 



LEFT 20/ 20 CORR. TO 20/ 



M. ACCOMMODATION 


TT 




64. COLON VIIION (1^1 w<4 Old rtnlt) 


65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 

iTtH uMand weri) 


UNCORRECTED 


RISHT U 


18/18 AOC 1%0 


CORRECTED 


66. FIELD OF VISION 


67. NIGHT VISION (Tat turd and KOre) 


68. RED UNS 


6>, INTRAOCULAR TENSION 


70. HEARING 


71. AUDIOMETER 


72. KYCHOLOeiCAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR ( Teill uted trU leart) 




mCHT WV ^ _ /IS sv 
UJTWV ^' /«sv 


15^' 






MO 


1000 

loti 


woo 

tots 


sooo 


4000 
40M 


■000 






RIGHT 










^^ 










LEFT 




1 . . 






^^ 

















71. NOTES (OmtiKmtt) AND SICNIFICANT OH IMTCRVAL HBTORT 



(Vh tiMkmti ikttU tl plain ptptr Vneatnrt) 



74. SUMMARY OF UOTC T S AND DIACNOSES (IM Htfitof vU Km mmtert) 



NOD 



n. RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SPECIAUST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (SpuVt) 

NONE 



PHYSICAL PROFILE 




77. EXiUilNEE (CVct) 
D IS NOT 



OUAUFIED FOR 



REI£ASE roOM ACTIVE DUTY IN :THE USUC 



7*. IF HOT OUAUnED. LIST DISQUAUFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



71. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHTSICIAN 



J.T. VINCENT, U. MC, USNR 



H. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



n. TYPED OR PRIHTtD NAME OF DENTIST OR r\X3CKKI'^l''>l* •>'*<<*) 

C.V/. STEVENS, CER, DC, U3NR 



. TYPED OR PRIMTID NAME OF RCVIEWIN6 OFFIdX OR APPROVIHO AUTHORITY 



•. «. aw u iiB m fiimM «mci iB~0tasa-l 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



584 



OVERSEAS DRAFT SEOTICN 
AinORAFT, FLEET MARINE FORCE, PACIFIC 



^!EDICAL/DEN^:AL EVALUATION 






OcanpRr y- A August A vnEl e R eplBn 

C.r St Ifeias) (First Nama) (Middle Naiae) (Ser/MOS) (Re 



(First Nama) (idddle Name) (Ser/MOS) (Religion) 
INFORMATION CONCERNDv'G NEXT OF KIN 

Next of Kin (Full Name ) Margtyj te Otvmld 

(To bo noiified in case of emorgancy) 



Relationship^ Hothgy 



■ ' ADDRESS 
Permnent^ 30^8 W 6th &Uf FoPt Wflfth^ T^a« 

'[Coiup--CT3 addj-eao ti which next of kin will reside after your" 
dopQx'vure for oTovaofe) 



Ten^iorery- 
(If ony) "" 



MEDI C/ L X nj^'*-i r'l YES |J0 pEITiLj^CP.^I^Tri^ YES NO 

Needs Ch jts ( ) ( ) Needs Opwiative Dental ( ) ( ) 

Needs X-Ray ( ) ( ) Needs fcurger^y ( ) ( ) 

Is fioMj.e Disqualifying Needs Prosthetics ( ) ( ) 

CTJ^-^T—'-X'') ( ) ( ) 

l3 Vnrine physically qualified for overseas duty (YES ) (NO 



Is T'r.rino dentally qualified for overseas duty (YE 9 ) (N O ) 

Original (To Draft Company IstSgt) 
1 Cony to Medical Drrft 
1 Copy to Dental Draft 

IMPORTANT ; The original of this form will be turned into hut T-666, Over- 
seas Draft Section prior to departure of your Draft for overseas. 

ff:V: APRIL 1957 

DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



585 



Stondnrd Form 601 

Promulgstcd Nov. IMJ 

By Bureau of the Budget 

Circular A— 3J 



v.,^-^- 



HEALTH RECORD 



IMMUNIZATION RECORD 



Alt mntrimm in ink to b« 
fn«c/« in block Imtt^ct 



VACCINATION AGAINST SMALLPOX {Number of pfrloatTlioetnatlontomrf) .;„ 








DATZ 


ORIGIN 


BATCH NUMBER 


Result* 


STATION 






J^DAYS 


>-IIDAYI 


PHYSICIANS NAME 




NOV 6 ^S 


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•ENTER RESULTS AS: IMMEDIATE REACTION (o//fnc 



iVy); ACCELERATED REACTION (Vmeclnold) : TYPICAL PRIMARY VACCINA 



TRIPLE TYPHOID VACCINE 



-cr 



UNTOWARD REACTION 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME ' 



UNTOWARD REACTION 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



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DOSE UNTOWARD REACTION 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



UNTOWARD REACTION 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



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SCHICK TESTING AND DIPHTHERIA IMMUNIZATION 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



TYPHUS VACCINE 




PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



K^ '— 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



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/■^ 



CHOLERA VACCINE 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



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mr? 




YELLOW FEVER VACCINE 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



ORAOK. RATINO OR PCMITION 



COMPONENT OR BRANCH 



SERVICE. DEFT. OR AGENCY 



{)SMC- 



rATHCNT'S LAST NAMB— TIRST NAMK— MIDDLE NAMK 



DATE or BIRTH (DAY-MOtfTH-YlA«) 



IDENTIFICATION NO. 



OSWALD, t^> H**.^^ 



la ftlUhT 1939 



161)230 



IMMUNIZATION RECORD 
BtAiul*mm>nn Ml 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



586 



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OTHBM IMMUNIZATIONS 




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DATE 


TYPC ^ 


DOSE 


REACTION 


REMARKS 


mrSICIANS NAME 


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SENSITIVITY m>l^ (rubarauiin. ato.) 












DATE 


TYPl 


DOSE 


ROlflE 


RESULTS 


PHYSICUNS NAME 


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REACTIONS (To (rana/uWofW, <fru4«. mm, loai^ all»ri»nm, •<a.) 





DATE 


ACENT 


TYPE OF REACTION 


SEVERITY 


PHYSrCIAN'g NAME 




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TYPE (/n(*rfui(fona/) 



PHYSICIAN'S NAME 



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Jim. 



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RCMARKS AND RECOMMENDATIONS (jKeiudint hUlorf ot di—a,»t lot which anr W «/i» •*•*• ImmwitMnf agtw wwra ginit with j 

andpt—€itmtfdtij L'^l'lil^'il'i'j'- ': .Jrl.' mCRD SAN DIEGO 40, CALIF. u 'V _ j Mv;.oW.--U i:- ■^-J';i' ; '..a.:. ; _'j._^ . 

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«. t. mtmmvn nrtiriM •mci it— «TTI»-I 



DONABEDiAN ExH3iT No. 1 — Continued 



587 



Staadard Form MM 

Fn>mulr>t*d Not. IWl 
B7 Bon*a of tbo Budgot 



HEALTH RECORD 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 



SYMPTOMS. DIAONOSI8. TREATMENT. TREATiNO ORGANIZATION (Sijn moIi Mifrr) 



2i*0ct56 



USMC-RS DALIAS, TEXAS 



* 5 OCT 1S56 



MCKD. SAN DIEGO. CAL 



J^lBy, 



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CAMP SAN OUCFRr DISrfNSARY 



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mr 



KATTC. NAS. J AX, FLA, 



AUG 21 19b/ 



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SEP. 18. 1957 



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OCT. 23.1957 



10-27-57 



aSNH NAVY 3923 



mi. ' :^. 1957 



MzJ^iSy. /r?/ics-/ /^T m^i/J^ rmf 



OCTe ij 1 9 58 



MEDICAL DFPARHltrJT f«Rl' '-tfATCD BX^t; 



MEDICAL DFPARTMtni rERT VtfATCD BY/f<liASON UJr 

U. S MARINE CORPS AIR STATION p-prRATION OF ENLISTMKNI 
t\. T OffO (OA N TA AMA) , C ALI F B^^mwxv; »_u 



SEP 11 1959 



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RAOC I OR>(dE. RAXINQ, OPPOSITION 

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OROANIZATION UNIT 



COMPONENT OR BRANCH 



SERVICE. DCPT. OR AGENCY, 

USMC 



PATKNT'S LAST NAME— riNST NAME— MICM3LK NAMB 



OSWALD, Lee Harvey 



DATE OF BIRTH (oat-momtk-tiah) 

18 October 1939 



IDENTiriCATION NO. 

165323» 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 
SUuKlaitl Form tOO 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



588 



BYMPTOM9. DIAONOaiS. TRgATMENT. TRgATINQ ORGANIZATION (Sign tmeh mntrj) 



DNOV. l^.19b/* 



FT 10-^7-57 



W/M, UPffiR LT. ARM #8255 



A lQ .-6 -^ 



URETIITiITie, ACUTE, Duo to G.C. (0303) DMEPTE 



W 



"■TO 10-6-58 



EHliOR 



URETHRITIS^ ACUTE. NOn-Venoreal (60?2) DNEPTE 
SIGMOIDOSCOPY (^66) 5 10-13-5ti (7) 



10-10-50 



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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



589 



standard Form 88 

(Rev. Auk. ISM) 

PBOUDLOATBD BT 

BcszAt; or rnE LnDoiT 

ClBCtTLUI A -34 



n 



bs 



K^ORT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION 



U lAST NAME-FIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 

OSl^fAID, Lee Harvey 


2. GRADE AND COMTONENT OR POSmOU 
APF USMC 


J. IDENTIFICATION HO. 


4. HOME ADDRESS (ATumttr, itroi or BFD, cKr or lowOi '«"* to* SHU) 

ii936 Collinwood St, Ft Worth, Tex 


S. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATIOM 

erlistment uSMC 


2^ Oct 56 


7. SEX 

B. le 


(. RACE 

Cauc 


». TOTAL YRS. GOVT. SERVKZ 
MILITARY 1 CIVILIAN 
O H 


10. DEPARTMENT. AGENCY. OR SERVICS 


11. ORGANIZATIon UNIT 


UL DATE OF BIRTH 

18 Oct 39 


11 RACE OF BIRTH 

New Orlears, La 


14. NAME, RELATIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT Of KIN 

Marewerita Oswald (Mother) saxn e as #/». 


tSk EXAMINING FACIUTY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 

AFLsS, Dallas, Texas 


It. OTHER INFORMATION 

Religt Protestant 



17. BATING OR SPECIALTY 




TIME m THIS CAPACITY: TOTAL 


LAST SIX MOWTHS 


CLINICAL EVALUATION 


NOTES.— D»tcrib» arary abnormality in datail. {Enter pertinent item r\un\bar balora «ac/i 
comment: eonllnua In Ham 73 and uia additional eheata 1/ nacaaaarr.t 


NORMAL 


ABNOR 
MAL 


{Check each item in appropriate col- 
umn: enter "W E " if not eraluated) 




X 




18. HEAD. FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 


11 

39i No marks, aNT, 

POSTi pm rt, scapular; sj" It hand; Ysula) 
ops 3" It mastoid* 

#18. ^fa8toid operation 19A5 KCD 

(CotttJitu* Irt Item 7S) 


X 




19. NOSE 


X 




20. SINUSES 


X 




21. MOUTH AND THROAT 


X 




yy rto^ rrNPDAI il'*t. A tit.eanaUi {AwtUorw 

22. EARS-GENERAL ,^,„,„j„i,,^„,,^,„ 


X 




23. DRUMS {Prrforattm) 


x 




24. EYES-GENERAL „.,^ ^.^ „, „, ,^ ,„ 


X 




25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 


X 




2&. PUPILS {Egtidlitt and reaclUm) 


X 




V. OCULAR MOTILITY ii;',rf,^toZ~)'' ""^ 


X 




28. LUNGS AND CHEST {Include bretult) 


X 




29. HEART {TKrud, tiu, rArMm, nundt) 


X 




30. VASCULAR SYSTEM (VaricoMiet, He.) 


X 




31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA {Inctvde hernia) 


X 




32. ANUS AND RECTUM \!^:::ZL'7'!J£!!m 


X 




33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 


X 




34. G-U SYSTEM 


X 




3S. UPPER EXTREMITIES l^^f^ """ "^ 


Y 




3«. FEET 


X 




37. LOWER EXTREMITIES !f^^'^"„„ ,^^<„, 


X 




38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 


, X 




39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS, SCARS. TATTOOS 


T 




40. SKIN, LYMPHATICS 


T 




41. NEUR0U3GIC (B«ili»r».m tab undtr Item 7f) 


• T 






Fetna/e« onlf 


{Cheek how done) 
43. PELVIC n VAGINAL D RECTAL 


1 


44. DOTTAL {Place apprtfpriaie tyiJiboU aboce or below number oj 

O.—RatcrabU teeth X.—Mlulna tee 

, l.-NonratonUe tutk XXX.—Rtjiaud b\ 

^1 2 3 4 5 g 7» 


upper and lower teeth, retpecttvelt) 
th (« X D.— Filed 6rM»«, trroc»<t» to 
1 dtnlura include aMmeritt 

9 10 11 12 13 14 IS It ^ 


REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DCNTAL DETECTS AND 

DISEASES 

ACC 


t^3Z3l30292a272S25 


24 23 22 21 2D 19 IS 17 ^ 



LUORATORT FINOINQS 



45. URINALYSIS: SP. OR. 


1.018 


46. CHEST X RAY (HoM, dcU, film number, remtt) 


47, SEROLOGY (Specif teMutioni nnU) 


ALBUMIN 


SUGAI 


MICROSCOPIC 

ND 


4iLEra 


4». iUWO TYPE AND RH 
FACTO* 


soLOTHBinsn 


, 


RD 


W) 


BD 





DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



590 



-St&ndaprl Ftorm M 

fReT. AuR, l»50) ~ , 
Piioinn.o*Tin IT 
BsiiAUOr THI BVDOtT 
CiiicvLta A-U 



REPORT OF MEDICAL HISTORY 

THIS INFOiMtTION IS FOR OFFinU ItC ONIT >ND Will NOT It RElEAtEO TO VI««ITHOIIIIEO PCRIOIII 



I. LAST NAME— FIRST NAME-MIDDLE NAME 

QqyiALD. LEE lARVEY 



2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 

APPT.TP.AMT 



iSSS^O 



I. HOME ADDRESS (Number, ttrut or RFD, dtt or Iowa, nnt (lU SM») 

l l Q-^A nnllinwood St., Ft. V^orth^ Texas 



i. PURPOSE Of EXAMINATION 

■Enlistment 



«. DATE or EXAMINATION 

OCT 24 m^R 



Vale 



_aauc 



». TOTAL YRS. GOVT. SERVICE 
MILITARY 1 CIVIUAN 



10. DETARTMENT. AGENCY, OR SERVICE 

USMC 



It. OAOANIZATMN UMrT 



R NAME. REUTIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN ll936 CollXrlWOd St» 

Marguerite C-T'.'VLD (./OTiEH) Fort ^^orthi Texaa 



II. DATE or WRTM 



in Qr.t ^0 



IJ. PLACE OF tlRTN 



Nevr Orleans. La. 



IS. EXAMINING FACIUrr OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 

AFi'St B^LL^5. TEXAS 



II. OTHER INF0RMATK3N 

RVXi Luttieran 



17. STATEMENT or EXAMINEES PRESENT HEALTH IN OWN WORDS. < FoBow 6f iuetlpdon o^poil »U(or». IfeompUItU ultU) 



1/ 






x>_.^- ^'v ' '/(/■:' ctJ. i/ ■ 












II. FAMILY HISTORY 




7 






U. HAS ANY BLOOD RELATION (Parent, brollin 
OR HUSBAND OR WIFE: 


, litltr, mho) 


RELATION 


AGE 


STATE OF HEALTM 


IF DEAD, CAUSE Of DEATH 


AGE AT 
DEATH 


YES 


HO 


(.Check »*ch item) 


RELATION (S) 


FATHER 






.v^rJr^-- -^o^t-'' 


/J-> 




V 


HAD TUBERCULOSIS 




MOTHER 


^y 






f 




w 


HAD SYPHIUS 




SPOUSE 












^ 


HAD DIABETES 






^5 


C ^^y -^ 








/^ 


HAD CANCER 




■ROTHEIB 


'(t-f 


V-'O-^. 








\/ 


HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE 


/ ' 


AND 










t^ 




HAD HEART TROUBLE 


1^^'J!J^ 


IKOta 












y 


HAD STOMACH TROUBU 


r ' 














i / 


HAD RHEUMATISM (ArthrltU) 




CHILDREN 












./ 


HIVES 
















•y 


HAD EPIUPSY (F\U) 
















'/ 


COMMITTED SUICIDE 
















'/ 


BEEN INSANE 





a. HAVE YOU EVER HAD OR HAVE YOU NOW ( Plact cA«* of Mt of inch Utm) 



YES 


NO 


(Check each item) 


fES 


NO 


(Check emch itemt 


YES 


NO 


(Check each Hem) 


YES 


NO 


(.Check each item) 




y 


SCARLET FEVER. ERYSIPELAS 




', 


'GOITER 




> 


TUMOR, GROWTH, CYST, CANCER 




V 


/•TRICK" OR LOCKED KNEE 




',/ 


DIPHTHERIA 




,. 


TUBERCULOSIS 




• 


RUPTURE 






/f^OOT TROUBU 






'rheumatic fever 




>y 


•'SOJKING SWEATS 




i- 


APPENDIcrriS 




Y 


''neuritis 




,, 


SWOLLEN OR PAINFUL JOINTS 




•■- 


'ASTHMA 




1- 


PILES OR RECTAL DISEASE 




1.' 


PARALYSIS (/nc. infantUt) 




»- 


MUMPS 




'. 


SHORTNESS OF BREATH 




'/ 


FREQUENT OR PAINFUL URINATKM 




1/ 


EPIUPSY OR FITS 




V 


WHOOPING COUGH "^ 




V 


''pain or PRESSURE IN CHEST 




i/ 


KIDNEY STONE OR BLOOD IN URINE 




1 


CAR. TRAIN. SEA OR AIR SICKNESS " 




'/ 


FREQUENT OR SEVERE HEADACHE 




/. 


CHRONIC COUGH 




'y 


SUGAR OR ALBUMIN IN URINE 




'/ 


FREQUENT TROUbU SLEEPING 




1/ 


DIZZINESS OR FAINTING SPELLS 






PALPITATION OR POUNDING HEART 




1, 


BOILS 




L 


FREQUENT OR TERRIFYING NIGKTMAfSS 






EYE TBOUBU 




(■ 


HIGH OR LOW BLOOD PRESSURE 




[/ 


VENEREAL DISEASE 




I, 


DEPRESSION OR EXCESSIVE WORRY 


I 




EAR, NOSE OR THROAT TROUBU 




t 


CRAMPS IN YOUR LEGS 




V 


RECENT GAIN OR LOSS OF WEIGHT 




u 


LOSS OF MEMORY OR AMNESIA 


y 




RUNNING EARS 




!■ 


FREQUENT INDIGESTION 




o 


ARTHRITIS OR RHEUMATISM 




', 


BED WETTING 




J 


CHRONIC OR FREQUENT COLDS 




I- 


STOMACH. UVER OR INTESTINAL TROUBU 




'</ 


BONE, X)INT, OR OTHER DEFORMITY 




\ 


NERVOUS TROUBLE OF ANY SORT 




./ 


SEVERE TOOTH OR GUM TROUBU 






GALL BLAOOCR TROUBLE OR GALL STONES 




'/ 


'lameness 




V 


ANY DRUG OR NARCOTIC HABIT 




'/ 


SINUSITIS 




Y 


JAUNDICE 




V 


'loss of arm, UG, finger, OR TOE 




1 


EXCESSIVE DRINKING HABIT 




'/ 


HAY FEVER 




V 


ANY REACTION TO SERUM, DRUG OM 
MEDICINE 




./ 


PAINFUL OR -miCK" SHOULDER OR aBOW 




1 


HOMOSEXUAL TENDENCIES 


n. HAVE YOU EVER (Check eech item) 


2h FEMAUS ONLY A HAVE YOU EVER- •. COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING: 




1- 


WORN GLASSES 






ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 






SEEN PREGNANT 




AGE AT ONSET OF MEHSTRUATKJN 




ly 


WORN AN ARTIFICIAL EYE 






'been a suep walker 






HAD A VAGINAL DISCHARGE 


,,^ 


INTERVAL BETWEEN PERIODS 




O 


"^WORN HEARING AIDS 




V 


'tlVED WITH ANYONE WHO HAD 
TUBERCULOSIS 






BEEN TREATED FOR A FEMALE BtS0MOH__ 




DURATKIN OF PERKIDS 




1 


STvrrrEREO or stammered 




1/ 


COUGHED UP BLOOD 






JjilWAflffUL MENSTRUATION 


' 


OATt OF LAST PERKM) 




1/ 


WORN A BRACE OR BACK SUPPORT 




f, 


BLED EXCESSIVELY AFm nUURT ON 
TOOTH EXTRACTKJN 


<■ 




HAD IRREGULAR MENST1«UATK)N 


OUANTTTT; QiwuA □uctssm QlCAirn 


a. HOW MANY XIBS HAVE YOILMO Dl THE 
PAST THREE YEARST O'^ 


U. WHAT IS THE LOMOE»^UK)D YOO 
HELD ANY Of THESt fa«5 
HONTHS VX 


2S. WHAT IS YOUR USUAL OOCUPATDNT 


m. ARE YOU (CA«c* on*) 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



591 



■J 



!l 



( ' 



rj 



1 1 



I' 



V 



CHCCK EACH ITEM YES OK NO CVIItY ITIM CMtCKtO "TO" MutT M fUUY CXPUIMtD IM ILUIK tfUX OH IWHT 



V. HAVE YOU KEN UMAKE TO HOLD A JO* lECAUSE OTi 
A. SCNSITIvmrTOCHEMICALS.DUST.SUNLIOHT.tTC 
t. IHAIIUTY TD PERTOKM CEHTAIH MOTIONS 
C. INABILITY TO ASSUME CEHTAIN nSITIOHS 
OTHER MEDICAL REASONS iHr*: <■>• r*»on») 



Ml HAVEYOUEVERKENREFUSEDEMPLOYMENTBeCAUSt 
OF YOUR HEALTH) Uly. •(•>• nmton mntHirm 



it. HAVE YOU HAD OR HAVE YOU BEEN ADVISED TO HAVE. 
ANY OPERATlONSt (// 7«s, dmBcribt and iiVa 
aj« «f which occurrctO 



HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A PATIENT (comm»r«<f or 
wolunlmry) IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL OR SANATOR 
lUMT (tf yam, »p*ctty whmn, wharm, why. and 
nmmm o/ doctor, and comptatm addraaa of 
hospitml or ctintc) 



M. HAVE rOU EVER HAD ANY ILLNESS OR INJURY OTHER 
THAN THOSE ALREADY NOTED' /,lf ya; apacify 
whan, whara. and gifa dataiU) 



U. HAVE YOU CONSULTED OR BEEN TREATED BY CLINICS. 
PHYSICIANS. HEALERS. OR OTHER PRACTiriOWERS 
WITHIN THE PAST 5 YEARS? (// ya; fira com- 
plata addrasa o/ doctor, howpital, ctinic, 
and datatia) 



V. HAVE YOU EVER KEN REJECTED FOR MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL MENTAL OR OTHER 
REASONS' (/' yaa. t"a data and raaaon lor 
rajactiony 



JH HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED FROM MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL MENTAU OR OTHER 
REASONS' ill yas, gira data, raaton, and 
typa ol diacharga: whathar honorabta, 
orh«r than honorabia, lor unAtnaaa or un- 
auilability) 



HAVE YOU EVER RECEIVED. IS THERE PENDING, HAVE 
YOU APPLIED FOR. OR DO YOU INTEND TO APPLY FOR 
PENSION OR COMPENSATION FOR EXISTING DISABIL- 
rTYT Ut yaa, apacily what kind, grantad by 
whom, and what amount, whan, why) 



/? 



■<rO r: 






L^ 



I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE REVIEWED THE FOREGOING INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY ME AND THAT IT IS TRUE AND COMPLETE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLTOCt 
I AUTHORIZE ANY OF THE DOCTORS HOSPITALS, OR CLINICS MENTIONED ABOVE TO FURNISH THE GOVERNMENT A COMPl£T£ TRANSCRIPT Of MY MEDICAL RECORD F0« I 
or PKOCESSIHG MY APPLICATION FOR THIS EMPLOYMENT OR SERVICt 



TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF EXAMINEE 

gP Wff gT OBMiU) 



.fi, ^4^t'^/ 'j^'. !.(/ 



* .,J^ PMTSICIAN S SUMMARY AND ELABORATIOM OF ALL PERTINEHT DATA (/^fllchll lUU <0l*IIWIli M tX pUklM tRmrrt hi *tmt » Uin^ 



.QJt*^ 



rA. 



\V 



rrrO) OK RKIIfTES NAME OF RMTSKIAN OR EXAf n 

▲• P. BBATinDS, LT W 



Mil 

.24 Oet 94- 




W^,JM3 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



592 



• .'•' ANNUAL VERIFICATION y' 

SQUADRO N A/W.-J~^ mtAE J-^^ ^^ C^^U'^/J 

RATE OR RANK //^ ^ SER. NO. /oS':^Z3C 

NEXT OF KIN & RELATIONSHI P /'^^S^ A] u (ySU/^/J. 



PERMANENT ADDRESS 3^^^ \AJ..Sn<;f^ ^n i7 h) OfiTk . ^V.^ <. 

(whre to notify next of kin in case of accident) 

DATE OF BIRTH j^jj Jff , }fJ? STATE OF BIRT H L/^ . 

REUGION P^fiZ BLOOD TYP E ''A ^ 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



593 



StAnilnrtl Form BOO 

Proniulgslpd Nov. I8.^2 

By Durrnu ofthd nuilKCt 

Circular A— 3? 



HEALTH RECORD 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 



SYMPTOMS. DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, TREATING ORGANIZATION iSitn ttch mntrr) 



$10C1 1960 



PADQUARTERS, MARINE AIR RESERVE TRAINING COMMAND 
S. NAVAL AIR STATION. GLBJVTEW. n.T.TNni.S 



1 (Topped this date by reason of discharge from the U. 3. Marine 



Tiol'ps Heservs'. — Not present for physical examinaLiun. 



GRAOC. HATINO. OR POSITION 



ORGANIZATION UNIT 



lEhfT-B l-AST NAM£— riRBT NAM(e— MlbOl^NAMK 



COMPONENT OR BRANCK 



SERVICE. OEPT. OR AGENCY 



OATK OP BIRTH (oAT-*»oMT»*-TtA») 



IDENTIFICATION NO. 



. .^ :. .^ _ .^_ CHRONOioeicAi record of meoicm. <• 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



594 



MUlWEMENTt AND OTHER FINDINOi 



II. HEIGHT 

71 " 



S2. WEIGHT 

150 



53. COLOR H*IR 

Brown 



S4. COLOR EYES 

Grej 



SLENDER MEDIUM HEAVY OBESE 



LENDER MEDIUI 

D » 



D ^n 



S6. TEMP. 

N 



J7. BLOOD PRESSURE (Arm at htart lael) 



58. PULSE (Arm at heart Uvd) 



svsllO 



SYS 
DItS 



SYS. 
OUS. 



-62 



AFTER EXERCISE 



2 MM. AFTEIt — 



RE£UMB£NY 



DiSTAHT Vision 



NEAR VISION 



RIGHT W 2 



rsJ/ 20 



CI ACCOMMODATION 




64. COLOR VISION {.Tut \Ltti and rinUi 


65. DEPTH PERCEPTION ' 
iTt$t lutd and tan) 


UNCORRECTED , ^ ^ 


RIGHT LIFT 


18/18 AOC 19L0 


CORRICTID 


(t. FIELD OF VISION 


67. NIGHT VISION (reil uKi and icort) 


a. RED LENS 


69. INTRAOCULAR TENSION 


TO. HEARING 


71. AUDIOMETER 


72. PSYCHOtOaiCAL AMD PSYCHOMOTOR (TVaU Me4 tni tcorl) 


RIGHT »™ . - /" SV - g /" 

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73. NOTES {CanOmutt) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



I certify that I have been Informed of and understand the 
provisions of BUMED INSTRUCTION 6120.6 ^ 

I Signature 



■pTciJ T%vo ;:.. 



( (/M •UkloiwI rtMtl «< ptsln paper y luceiMrf ) 



74. SUMMARY OF O U-EC T S AND DIAGNOMS (£M iMfnam mUX \Um mmteri) 

NCD 



n. RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SPECUUJST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED {Speclft) 






76. PHYSICAL PROFILE 


NONE 


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77.E|M.,NEE(cv.*) REI2ASB FROM ACTIVE DUTY IN *DHB USMC 

Disnot""*""^'"''' 


PHYSICAL CATEGORY 


71. IF NOT OUAUFIEO. UST DISQUAUnrlNG DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER ..,'*•■ 


X^/ 


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71 TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN ^ , , 

J.T. VINCENT, LT. MC, USNR 


""'" w/^uwy-^ 


W. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN • , * i • ' 


SIGNATURE 


^ / 


^ ■■ ^ '! L'' 


C.W. STEVENS. CER. DC. USNR 


SIGNATURE 


'/^^ 


y 


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fe 


B. TYPED OR PR1:T7E0 NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVINO AUTHORITY 


SIGNATURE 


• '■ >* ^ ' 




NUMBER OF AT- 
TACHEO SHEETS 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



595 



(M-SIl 


C 3 HAS WAVY S636 ( ) 

SICK CAU TREATMENT RECORD ' /^/^S"-/ 




K.^ r)S6Aj/^j~D. J^^ /^' , 


/(^C-^-i^^^ 


ifCmom— CVMtan Nomt(tn 


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INIT. 


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DONABEDIAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinucd 



596 



NAVMIO-H-ie 

(ll-Jl) 



C^, 



AiCK CALL TREATMENT RECORD 



''"^ 



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u.^ ^k>^-^^. 11^ // P.^ / ,...«.« ^ 


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(StintaiiM — CVIifton Mktc<i)) 




DATC 


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TREATMtNT 


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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



597 



N««MCO-H-IO 
IM.SII 



SICK CALL TREATMENT RECORD 



A^RC ^ - / 



^ O^uiFiLn,LBi,.M...., 



PP^^ FILr M SI»»ICt M./lf^ -3 J2 3 ^ 



DATE 


COMPLAINT 


TREATMENT 


DISPOSITION 


INIT. 


/o -.37-^7 


CrunJ <^HoT /jJoij/jA l,e.(^ 


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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



598 



i 



(U.SI) 


WC"r 
SICK CALL TRtATMENT RECORD ^'t 


^ r:: -- 
Dt-sro, CaJ.iX» 




_ OSWALD. LEE H. PVT. PLT.2060 M.m. ,»,..r . 


, 1653230 


f5.r....--C»'i.li.. «(..tft)) V 


DATE 


COMPLAINT 


TREATMENT 


DISPOSITION 


INIT. 


fO^C-1^ 


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(Ottt) 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



599 



SICK CALL TREA3WENT RETftK) 



Name ^r»^Af-D Lf^C W 



middln 



^ -^3 .ft 



CCIMPIAP'T 



_Service ni>. \ 6>y ^T- So 



TREATME'n" 



C ff A-/ - '^T>-i" 1 K V t A ^ ^^..^^-.^ ^p- 



L>U ^ g r*--WWUl 4 i g/ C"^>^-Jf- Vy^l>^ ■O.^JHf^ 



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jP*i ■ < rt ■ 



iV f f^tJfaa 






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J 



" MAG-Lt DIfl'EVSART ^ 

DoNABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



600 



SICK CALL TREAU'Eirr RE'''. 'iO 



T^i/^^^ ^ 



Vme ^S^^.!-^^^ -^ ^, aJ, ^y Service nrt. y^ /3^ 5-« 




lash firrt' mlddln . . 




DATE 


CDMPrAriT TREATMENT 


1 

DISP'STTTOW ll^T^T. 


^-/^'Xf 








t — #<-a<.f f->rn/^ 




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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



601 



r" 



f □ AMtUUTWr 



f 




i LAST !>»"•— nurr na 









_ll 



Jgv; 



1flC3-l 



CATt qtREaUEST 



qtREaUEST 



MOVI«ONAL DIAtMOMa 



smMirt MO nuiKt 



^AAJL>dL^^ cjjL^cX, 



ac-:.:Jt-AI 



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EXAMINATION RCQUESno 



1 




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t !■ ! < ■< Pann tUli rran«la*u4 A4 
Br Bwa* at lb* rilin rimlir i 

lACTEMOLOOT 



(miii<>N u >il i itowoiwmaiy>Bun) 



■^ ■■ .rfS^ .^ X.^..^.:j,:^?i! ■'■ 'f :.,. -J--, <^-a;.I>.%. II V ..:,■■..., -^.i- .,.: AWla,:.......:;^^^ k^.^^., , 



SEN SIT 
-J)ihydro8trej;^t«Biycln 


IVITY 'x'iJSx^ 
100 mcgm 




Streptomycin 


100 mcgm 


H-^ 


Penicillin 


20 Units 




Aureonycin 


30 mcgiii 


-^ 


Torramycin 


30 Mcgm. 


• — 


Tetracycline 


30 mcgm 


. — 


^Erythromycin 


30 mcgm 


-h -+- -f- 


Cnloromycetin 
Sulfa-ilazino. 


30 mcgm 
30 mcgm 


-r -t 


Sulfasoicazole 


30 mcgm 


— 


Nl trofuradant oi n 


30 mcgm 





^ 



>*' 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 






602 



■^ 



N»\MEO<H. 10 
(U.SI) 



c 



BA3T CAMP ■ 



SICK CALL TREATMEKT RECORD 



MAC3-1 



UCS iZbO 



t 



^^^'^'-^V^ii£.ld,.„.Mi ^"^"^ i "^r* «"'" "'• ^^^^ - / 



J»Aa ffiTT 0830 . 7 rT"~ 



DISPOSITION 



/ c S>/ 5y 



".iL 



pv^^- 



SEP. 16.1958 



URETHRAL DISCHARQB 



TO LAB SQR SM£A^ 



OF AM NEGATIVE DIPLOCOCC 



Al 



: irtka 



£XTR;yBr.r,nr,AR morphplogicj 



RISKMBLIITO NEISSEHIA GOIOCOCCT 



/ 6t /^ ^^ c /^cT/^y -^c/27. ./yz^c/ .^^^ 




a^^ 



URBTHRAL DISCHARGE 



SEP. 2 3. 1958 



s-(i'(/<A«^wV. t: cc 



SMEAR: MANY PUS 



NOTED 



CELLS, NO (iRGANISMa 



cA/1. 



ClLTUKiS: MICROOOOCJa PYOGENisa 



VAa 



AUKENii 



(> 1/ (1,0^/L.»1^W3 CA^M^ 



?c Vc^^ 



'^1 /3'\>'-^ j^ilt'^^^c^Vwnr ^nA.j>^^ 



3j (^J^^'^^^;;^. u^^^/^-";^ ^d^J^^c 



(Ortr) 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



603 



Ua UU 3630 



COMPLAINT .^ 



DISPOSITION 



SEP. 2 9. 1958 



UHBTURAL DiaCHAHaB 



3MEAR 



t.IANY PU3 qsLLa, 



OROANI^iM;) NOTE: 




^^ // U^^ o^ 



?^^C^ 



^y /^yO^-V^ CP^^^-^ /X4>.<.^^{:^ 



HAS HA7Y 3831 



^J>^-^^>.~^ 



OCT. 6 1958 



UHJfiTHRAL DISCHABGE 



SMEAR 



MODERATE AMOUMT OF FfS CELLS. FEW 



ilL4M_ 



POSITIVE COCCI 



^CUj.,*^^A^ /^<^^ ^^^ 






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u. 1 •ovDiNMirr nnmmt cma itM o— a7iM 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



604 



Atandard Form 600 

Proroul([»ted Not. IMJ 

Br Bureau at the Budfet 

Circular A— 33 



HEALTH RECORD 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 



SYMPTOMS. DIAGNOSIS. TREATMENT, TREATING ORGANIZATION (Si<n mo/i •n(rr) 



nsMA$, Wnvy #3035, e/ft lYOf Stifl Jrcmelscc, California 



p^,ogn/lq^a» TTrr>thr1 tl g , ACUta , AUR tO gnnftCOCCUa #Q?Q1 



Origin: 
CC.{ 



In line of duty, Not due to own miaconduct. 



J£ii- 



Pfltl^nt r.nmplr.lnq ftf A q1.l,jht fll Rgijirjifa and a stinging 



sensation on urination. 



PK: 



Previous V.D,: 



PE: 



jissentially ne,;Htive exc:3pt for a thick raiicopuruient 
dis ch . 'trge fr o m tiu' ur^'thrn ., : — 



iJA4- 



^ci9 <* r r » v«a l B gtA ta nagtit i ve I ntra-an d eYtrnr . f?]] . ii1ar 



diplococci havioe tho morphology of K. Gonorrhea, 



fiX: 



Procain Ponicillin^QO^QQQ Units I.M. X 3 daya 



To duty under treatment and otservitlon: 



PHS-lU21(VT)) 3u"bmittedt Uo B 7^ 



auxMiroBp 



capt.m: usn 



AP P RO T j rn i 



p. IMRA? lAi^ 

CAPT ilC USiN. 

sa ^ ioii Msr i xcAi. Oii'icgxi 



RACS 

c 



GRADE. RATING, OR POSITION 

PVT 



OrtOANIZATION UNIT 

MACS 1 MAO 



COMPONENT OR BRANCH 

tLl USMC 



SERVICE. OCPT. OR AGENCY 



PATIENT'S t-AST NAME— FIRST NAME— MIOOLK NAME 

OSWALD, Lee Harvey 



DATE OF BIRTH (oat-MOKTH-TCAR) 

10/18/39 



IDENTIFICATION NO. 
1653230 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD Of MEDICAL CARE 
Standard Item «• °. 



DONABEDIAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



605 



F mulga 



Tarm WW 

mulgoled Not. 19S3 
" jreau ol the Budget 
Circular A— 32 



HEALTH RECORD 



J-820Q't Wd. 5-A 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD Or MEDICAL CARE 



SYMPTOMS. DIAGNOSIS. TREATMENT. TREATING ORGANIZATION (Slan tach •Mrr) 



U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL y NAVY No. ^92^ 



FT 27 OCT 57 



DIAGNOSIS I WOUND ^ MISSILE^ UPPER LEFT ARM GUNSHOT^ NO A OR N 



INVOLVEMENT #8255 

1. Vlthln command - work. 

2, Patient dropped ^^5 caliber automatic, pistol discharged wh«i 
it struck the floor, and mlssHe struck patient in left arm 



causing the injury. 
NARRATIVE SUMMARY; 



This 18 year male accidentally shot himself in the left 
arm with a sidearm, reportedly of 22 caliber. Examination 



revealed the wound of entrance in the medial portion of the 
left upper arm, just above the elbow. There was no evidence 



of neurologic circulatory, or bony injury. The wound of 
entrance was allowed to heal and the missile was then excised 



through a separate incision two Inches above fche wound of 
entry. The missile appeared to be a 22 slug. The wound 



healed veil, and the patient was discharged to duty, 
SURG: 10-5-57: FOREIGN BODY, REM OVAL OF, FROM EXTREMITIES, 
— LEFT UPPER ARM #^26 



Discharged to duty, fit for same. 



D^L. 



5. 195' 




ITHRIE 
LT MC^USNR 




H. M. WERTHEIMER 
CAPT MC USN 



CHIEF OF SURGERY 



SEX RACE 

N C 



6RADE. RATIN6. OR POSITION 

PFC 



OReANIZATION UNIT 



COMPONENT OR BRANCH SERVICE. DEPT. OR AGENCY 

USMC 



PATIENT S LAST NAME — FIRST NAME — MIDDLE NAME 

OSWALD. Lee H. 



DATE OF BIRTH (DATIOHTHTEAii) 

18 October 1939 



IDENTIFICATION NO. 

1653230 



OOKMOIOCICU RECORD Of MEDKAL (ARE j 



DoNABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



(506 



stand nrd Pnnn mO 

Promulialed Noi. 1M3 
Bt Burmii o( Ihf Burtgi , 
Circular A —.13 



n O 



HEALTH RECORD 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 



SYMPTOMS. DIAGNOSIS. TREATMENT, TREATING ORGANIZATION iSifn »mel) tntrr) 



-t^-^STifrTo 



uJliiTi'^iji uS.iCikb, *ii.rVO..O 13 . 'i'A A A) CAi- ■ v.'i.;j.A 



;Htff 



■piTTTor 



tjotsr 



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tfTTii: 



-lOI; AL G i-i3'".' 



TnTrrTc^xTTT 






:1 this date and tovsiC to Ve physically qualiftecT for 
>' beyonr" the Continental li-.u'.ts or tho Umlte.". States. 



ii:;a limi 
transfd 



iVi„:;iz.n'ior. 



ly.'Vjra this daTeT 



Ci:;HTiJ<lGATE 







' ^ '^(^LJ95? 



ui^!.x5Ai, v;\.''ifl..: ' :, i,^> ' AT.: 



SEX RACE GRADE, i 



GRADE. RATING. OR POSITION 



OROANtZATION UNIT 



COMPONENT OR BRANCH 



SERVICE. DEPT. OR AGENCY 



UlS>N 



PATIENT'S LAST NAME — TIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 



DATE OP BIRTH (oat-mokth-tiar) 



IDENTIFICATION NO. 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CAU 
SUUMUtfd For^ )MS . , ' 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinucd 



607 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 40 



stand am Form WW 

PromulfcfttMl Not. 1063 

By Burau ol the Bodfat 

CtreuUr A— U 



HEALTH RECORD 



CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF MEDICAL CARE 



■YMFTOMS. DIAONOSia. TREATMENT. TREATINQ ORGANIZATION (a/<n mc/i •ntir) 



HbUC T 19 5 



U. S. MARINK rORPS RECRUIT Df-POT. 9AN Dtl-CM) ^.CAUPORNU 

nTrcal I tli n i Mllnn fnr i ri l n ,t, i ty , „ m ^ ,„^4 iht, ,| , | ii , — ■ 



Blood Kslfi: N>R«li»» 

TOmm lt.«u;l»wt^,.pj„«. Chf-1 FfffB Wa KP109!/ lOl/ik 

IIUUII I IT TJU>. H„-K}rr * ^ ^^ 



nrfrrtiT&^rd Lafit MaatnlflnntQajr NCD 



l*T»loJ IVafik. IVdml f , 
rULUES 




lUm. 



m^ 



%nd found to he ohv^lcnllv oiiallflt'd for trnnpfnr. 




G/^MP S^N niiO^RF f.j- 



H 






D. ■.;■ ■ 



NATECHTRACCM JACKSONVIUUE. FLA, 
DAl'E .^.y^y >9ga .. ::: 



fx^minrH rhu datg and foxtxi- 



to be pbysicuUy qualified fol 




J UL 17195'^ .:.:'J!JigATioH cmTinaAi^ 



Issued this dateZi 



NACS 



ORADC. RATINO, OR POSITION 

Pvt, 



ORGANIZATION UNIT 

USIC 



COMPONCNT OR BRANCH 



SERVICE. DEPT. OR AGENCY 



PATIENT-S LAST NAME— TIRST NAME— MIOOLS NAM* 



DATE or BIRTH (DAT-MONTM-TtAK) 



.OSTfALD. _ Lee- Harvey r. 



18 Oct. 39 



lOeNTIFICATION NO. 



ic*!^ 01»0H0r-ld' lUb.-:' ll'^L li" I 



- CNROttOlMtCAL KECORO OF MEOtCM. CAKE 
StAiKlard ftRm MO . 



DONABEDIAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



< 



608 



I'xe (iui; inr,ti 



SERIAL 0« r lit lUMfR 



m i l. o« «ui - li t n - U 5I . mn. iiw. ntn 



CARIES, OtNTAL DISEASE. MISSING TEETH, ABNORMALITIES 



3-27-58 



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DENTAL TREATMENT ACCOMPLISHED 




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tOtlTCtlOCRAHS 



DCITtl ICCOtO 



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tUTAL EUWIUTIM ARD TXUTMEIIT RECORD i«neo-iiM („,. ,.„) 



APPOINTMENTS | 


_a^RATIONS AND TREATMENTS 


DATE 


SIONAT..E / 


DATE 


TIME 


ROOM 


INITIALS 


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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinucd 



609 



H«T. NoT0mbei I9S3 
Promulgat*d 



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s^'i'&O 



Bt Bureau oi 1h« Budoat 
Clrculor A— 32 (R.T.I 


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HEALTH RECORD 


DENTAL 




SECTION 1. DENTAL EXAMINATION i", 


.. c 


1. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 


i. TYPE OF EXAM. 


3. DENTAL CLASSIFICATION 


y^\ initial! I SEPARATION | | OTHER (Slwcl/j) 


V\X\A N 


u 


I'l \^\t?^\ 1-1 l» 


4. MISSING TEETH AND EXISTING RESTORATIONS 




1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 




REMARKS y 






f^i4Srtl4^;E;tJ(M««'iYiOi>iv.1 jI'.' l' 



f/ CALCULUS N.'^ 



DISEASES. ABNORMALITIES. AND X-RAYS 




4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 U 15 16 p 
3 ■ " 

£ 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 H 




INDICATE X.RAYS USED IN THIS EXAMINATION 



4 

PU 



OTHER (Speclftr) 



1 SLIGHT 1 1 MODERATE 1 | HEAVY 


B. PERIODONTOCLASIA 




LOCAL 1 1 GENERAL 




INCIPIENt| 1 MODERATE | | SEVERE 


C. STOMATITIS (S^ecihl 


1 GINGIVITIS 1 1 VINCENTS 


D DENTURES NEEDED 
(Incliulc (Uftluns net<Uii after Itidicawrf cxtrKtlciu) 


FULL 


PARTIAL 


u 1 


u 1 



ABNORMALITIES OF OCCLUSION — REMARKS 



DATE . . ., Pk.ACe QICEXSMINATION 



irONATU*E or KilTIIT COIPlETina THI&SECTIoa 




SECTION II. PATIENT DA 



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FVT 



t. o>a«iiizATioii uaiT 



OSVALD, LKE HAJYST 



10. COHPONEMT OR BRANCH 

U31C 



ATE OF irRTH < OAT HONTH .TEAR) 

18 OCT ,193 9 



1653230 



DEIfTilL 
Stanilard Fm 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Oontinued 



610 



SECTION III. ATTENDANCE RECORD 



la. RESTORATIONS AND TREATMENTS {C»mpltted Jurlnf icrvlcc) 




18. »UDSEQUENT DiapASEB AND ABNORM ALITrEi 




1 ; I 4 S « 7 • • 10 tl 12 11 14 IS ICr 

Tl ji 30 29 }• 17 2« 29 24 U 22 21 20 i» U TT j| 




REMARKS 



17. SERVIC 
DATt 


ES RENDERED 

DIAGNOSIS — TREATMENT | 


CLASS 


OPERATOR A'S^ja.ENTAL. FACILIT/ ^ 


NITIALS 


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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



(jll 



c/c n.'^ fcsT crrici. -« rw:iscc, iairnmA 



8a%J) tBrv»tlc»tl0B; rvpnrt of 

B^t (•) CO, yAC?-i itr crv/r«a aI'-C o' lO v'<»» 1*M 

ftd, fl) Corr of r«f-r«nf« (•) 

(?) st/.tm«.-,t of T*u !•* n. osval: lesyao rwc 

(r) St t«-nt cf t^. rrwirU J, r-'^-.lA 14770CP VSffi 
(4) yworrti^ froB TAD v*ilr«l Crflcr to CC •aT&.I 

(*) etri»r»i «f cpi. 1.1^. ill L. "-T'w I5'"^:e9 rsi: 

(6) 5Vt«-«it of Cpl, Al/r«d J. 'ALT — 5C;?llTn.« 1B23B6? U3!5 



1* yraliainary BUt«o«r-t. 



b, ?*• lf*^«tlr tiro e©"iD««*4 tP7 Uforalnc prl»-t» CyJil tb't &• «•■ 
ft«il(CDr.tM R )-r-rt7 t4 U.t lBV»>tlirtlon *>rd ty "ilvlilA^ hla of bio ri^to 
KB eonvinefl In r«^rneT"I* 0ro4'6f frf«r«oc« (t), prl*rt« orrAlS •t^te* 
ho wloVa to »Y!ll hlfioelf of hlo ri/tti ro • ^ rt* rmi rt^itrt^i th"t bit 
•t' t*rn.nt rjtttjttoS yrftlouoly to "■ • frer^o' :'i_-»h*J bo to<!laaeJ lo thJo 
twrari, ($eo ,*:looar. (r)). 

fl. -ti» lovfl./'-OB V. • eo-M.Tj*-(! ^7 »n 'r'TTlw of l^io ofUr r*^*?" 
^w:^l^.ltl^ In Vrtr* Air Cottrol Sn- Ir-r.-. ^'O wro pr««tt •!•* U?.i In-ld* 
ooearr«J.. Tli otrtimct, rod Uo ntf-tfnoiitt nrrriocolv t<Or«D of forooso 
«e «*rc Tirfco'^t rt t: - tier, fo^ *.ho •wimrnSun fm tho KBUrfl Offle«^r 
to t^>o Oo-vrAdlBr Offlror, Merln* tXr Coitrol Sqo^ r«&-l kt* laelolcd ra 
Welso.u-r« (.^} throo^A (6). 

I Bffl 



tlf-tloni Tiw*ort flf 



' th» rrv. 






>£ n Aprtl lose for \lBl»(t'.-B of A-t^eU « TCV." ^- 1 ftrid faPt?, k«i**^«^ 

■TiJ^ %r r'-S;rti--. to Frlfl't*, '■ -.-It^r t.: «t hAT'! Ulor for «« r'^lo'l »f W«cV 

^ (i^J 4 ., «r,' to '—fi.it t»i«itj--fiw (»,no)V?r H- fr' -o-tho. 

;'-* • J. Or-lale-i*! ' 

«. **wt Jrtvr'o C.^'U,!) *:' ln.1ttr»d, vMlt rwHnf icv ■jtlcl* fnm 
. bi» lirt":. *; f.'cldmtfUy aocUr^ ti.» (tr. '•*) >Mpr>a t- •,-» d*cr 
vK*-^ It dlor>AV*'l. tJsp bull** itfUlwchla to ttao J«ft •« ». {l^m 

t, Ttnt p.TWXfrtt pwtld tioMbllttr mt^ rmaXi trm tblo lajuir. 

e. riy^: ?rJ'. •.• CSVaID** i»i»«t«!o» «f tht',*ot3] »■ * K^aaltloa foi- 
■wo coBOt!cst«a «ro£(<il coflduft l£ «3ljitloB t-t m lav^td r'f:l«tt0L. 

t. rs-t, «t-.ll* rrlvi.to OSVAi^i cea^oct Aid e-jnotltDt* vrooi:ful 
' , «»a6jet, 1' Ud rt^09nttlt;.tt g locor.*'i-!t la d*fla»d U j^r'rrnph 0405 

e. r^t th« lA.*tirr v*a M«t«Uod to tb> IIao of AtXf m 'f^l£>*1 by 
p«rajnaih 04C& flf r«r«rine* (b), 

JL tBeonamigtiomo. _ ; - : 

B* l^t rnrf>t« 08VALT), btT^cff boM tfl«S bf • •osiiait r^itrt Ci^tlel 
ul HWKr.Vl etmldrsfft ^J' wao, ant bo wbjoct lo fa-'-tcr dlirlrllafrr 
■ettob. ** 

0, f. nuLcu' 



DONABEDiAN ExHffiiT No. 1 — Continued 



612 



B. S. MTU. tXf StiTlOi, UTI ■>. »Jl 

m/t m. au nuKiMO, ciurouoi 



tobji ISm tXKXt U U* «W* if 

US. oaoLB, u. i. "=• •*• ■^'* "• ""■• 

inicoB TO. Kict-i, Mo-u BIT. <»nato 

ma UnU OOCtJKSh terrm^a ^ 

ns, njo Btni « «.» w»t vnnsii *— 

CncoOTDRSSl 1. VltUa OmmM, Irt Ita* 

BPCETD to m stinoi loff TMi XH3 nun " O"*** »♦" 

ouaiicsisi vatLa/atB^o*, i^» «"*' ' ^ 

miBOITi BuaUn< «»' ••»' •• !*••»*• '"^ «ii«rlt^ 

KojKnisi msposmoii ir«o«f»rr») w "s" »W 

&• follwlix UU U twt lrfo«.U«. I«»I«*" 1» •~<>r<l«» «ltt 

j! D~U. (.M*) (»IU tot) roiolt fro. •»»• «b.r «b» »t».l. 
4. Iii7<iUf«tlai (l») (»«n*0 li.U«w« »«MMIT. 

j!fo» «• «• «"==«*• It- « "■ 

kTotr 



Kuuiz in covchi. Biiosci i 

ha<iId: iDsnurr snonp u 

lat wsKE UBOin tub;, incRiTp, iw, pjcmo 

e/o lusT rosr arrict, ui niGcieoo, cadceiu 



<Ji Doll? U EToffrrltic ob«-(vt, oaM of PrlTitU rirtt ClAaa ]*• S« 



•. PrlTeta rirot ClMt 09'filt vu w&fltiod «t t^ Eaval Boopital 
TokDniic*, J«pso aodar^i^ tr««taoot fvr tfat fvsUtt wound fr^ 27 Oetetar 
1557 V> 14 fcrT«ter 1957. 



t. Tblt erfanlution v*m od atondod flold i 
to IS Hardi I05E (iiirlic «>"<> '!« *"• llTnitlCStlOD Coull tot U liuiUo4 
\f t^oAdroD poraennol. 

o. Sio Eoport of ImotlcUlOD br Uw KiO-11 rnnit Kari^ol (Sofia) 
itm oot oooploUl situ 7 i^ll 195! tii B>t ncelnd utll 9 Jp-U 1952. 

d. Offlco hoDTi itrt bold OS 10 ksrU. 195! a^ tho Chorto Saot 
jnpoTod 01 U 4rU 195a. 

2. SbtUc ttot porled botvoos tho eoMiletlOD of tko offooot Old U- oourtor 
avtlal TrlToU lUlt Cloai Off<:iIil ««• lot Mbjoct «o hv dlielplli«7 
roitrolBt oHl It !■ lot oosoldorod that tte dol^ naultod la 017 lajoatlaa* 



DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



613 



standard Form B8 

"(Rev. Aug. 1960) 

Peomuloatbd bt 

BcXKAU or Tax ItcDOtT 

Oiictn^B A-24 



hs 



k^'ORT OP MEDICAL EXAMINATIOk 



L UST NAME— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 

OSWAID, Lee Harvey 


2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 

APP USMC 


J. IDENTIFICATION NO. 


4. HOME ADDRESS (NviVtba, *tai or RFD, cUi or (oiiin, ion* •ii4 State) 

U936 Colllnwood St, Ft Worth, Tex 


5. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 

enlistment uSMC 


2U Oct 56 


7. SEX 

male 


L RACE 

Cauc 


». TOTAL YR3. GOVT. SERVICE 
MILTTARY 1 CIVILUUt 

n nl 


18. DEPARTMENT. AGENCY. OR SERVICE 


II. ORGANIZATION UNIT 


U. CATC OF BIRTH 

18 Oct 39 


11 FtACE OF BIRTH 

Kew Orleans, la 


14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP, AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 

Marguerite 03wald(Mothor) sam e as #4 


ISb EXAMIHINO FACIUnr OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRESS 

AFES, Dallas, Texas 


16. OTHER INFORMATION 

Religt Protestant 



17. RATING OR SPECHLTY 



NOTES.— b»toribm er»rj eb 
comm»nt: contin 



TlMg IN THIS CAPACITYi TOTAL 



LAST tnt HOHTya 



ality in detail. (Enter p«rtin«nt ifm 
' In Ittm 73 tnd an Additional thtf itn»G——rT.t 



CLINICAL EVALUATION 



ABNOR 
M«L 



(Check , 



ch item in appropriat* col- 
Bf "N E " if not eraluated) 



mbar bafora aact 



18. HEAD. FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



22. EARS— GENERAL ' 



Hfy undff itenu 70 and 71) 



23. DRUMS (Perforation) 



2S. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



2C. PUPILS (EqtuUitf and reaction) 



n. OCUUR MOTILTTY iH',?^."',/"'?!','' " 



28. LUNGS AND CHEST (Indude breattt) 



29. HEART (Thruit, tize, rhfthm, toundt) 



30. VASCULAR SYSTEM (VarkosUlt), etc.) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Indvdt hernia) 



39i No laarka, ant# 

POST: pm rt. scapiilar; s^" It hand; Tsula) 
ops 3" It mastoid* 



32. ANUS AND RECTTJM !"':::fi*°r*'ji*!:;i3:' 



IPrMtaU if ind%€aUin 



33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34. G-U SYSTEM 



35. UPPER EXTREMITIES if?"??*- ""^ '' 



38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



#18. Ifestoid operatior 19^5 WH) 



39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS;, SCARS, TATTOOS 



40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROLOGIC IBnaaritm tmUt multr Otn 7n 



42, PSYCHIATRIC CSmcMt •» pncfuililr dmaHn) 



(Cheek how done) 
\3 VAGINAL (ZI RECTAL 



(Cont/nu* In Itaen 73) 



, DCKTAL (f^aa appropriate tfmlnU aboat or beion tiumArr of upper and loaer teeth, tetpeclively) 

O.—ReelmabU teeth X .—MUiing teeth (8 X f). —Fiied bridte, brackele la 

l.—NmettarabU tatk XXX.—Reptaced ^|r denturtt ineliuU abulmenU 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


8 


7 


8 


9 


10 


II 


12 


13 


14 


15 


18 


s 


31 


30 


29 


21 


27 


25 


2S 


24 


23 


22 


21 


20 


19 


18 


17 



ACC 



U808AT0RT FINDINSt 



C URINALYSIS: SP. 611 



DUUMDI 



1,018 



sueA* 

n 



MICROSCOPIC 



48. CHEST X'R/)V (itoM, date, /Uni number, retuK) 



/ 



ND 



47. SEKXiOeY (Sptdtt it* Wttt tM icntt) 

■■Bd" i •rv-c^-i-.- 



RD 



ND 



so. OTHEII TESTS 



DoNABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



614 



r • 












MUtWEMENTS DND OTHER FINOINQI 














I. HQSKT 

68 


52. WEIGHT 

131 


iX COLOR HAIR 

brown 


S4. COLOR EYES 

blue 


55. BUILO: 

SLENDER MEDIUM HEAVY OBESE 

a xS D D 


». TEMP. 

98.6 


7. »1J00D PRESSURE (.Attn at hatt latl) 


58. PULSE (Attn al Atari lend) 




SI'S 120 


RECUM- 
BENT 


SYS. ^ 


STANDING 
(J min.) J 


3Y«. T ■ . 1 


strriNo 


AFTER EXERCISE 


: MIN. AFTER • 

m 


RECUMBENT 


AFTER STANDING 
IHIM. ,_ 


SITTING 


DIAS. 70 


DIAS. 


VD 


Das 


», D\STMrt VISION ' 


60. 




61. NEAR vision 


IIGHT 20/ 

ara/ 


20 CORR.TD20/ 




BY 


s. ex 


CORR. TO BY 


20 CO""- TO w 




BY 


sJJD ex 


J^ CORR. TO BY 



i. HETEROPHORlAi 



\ ACCOMMODATION 




hD 


M. COtOR VISION (I>»( wed «n(J r<»ii^) 


65. DEPTH PERCEfTIOH 
(Tii^lffdantKortt 


UNCORRECTED 




IIGHT LEFT 


KD 


CORRECTED *''*' 


«. nELO OF VISION ^ 


(7, NIGHT VISION (Tul uttd and icort) 

M) 


ea. REOLENS 

ND 


61. INTRAOCULAR TOISION 

ND ' 


fl. HEARING 


71. AUDIOMETER 


n. rrrcNoujsicAL and psYCHOMorroit {Tuu —t4 and M<r<) 
MD 




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4000 

4a«« 


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'VN0TES«%n(hne4 AMD SWNIFKANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY . 

" r^!" :• AFQT-6/58A11-A 



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'^••''^ oil Tt '■' Ti^OTn' 



> • : ;o 1 '. A.;.-.;" . .• . 

iUi4 tidttmat riutu tl plain vpv V Ni wm rr) 



^ SUMMART or DCncTS AND OtASweS (IM < l « » i iw w «tt k<iii immtcrt) 



i RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SKOAUST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED {Specift) 



PHYSICAL PROFILE 



7. EXAMINEE (CT«t) , _ .__, , 

aoEte ejlii^t^esrt & ACT DUTY AT SEA OR ON FOREIGN SERVICE '! 

LH is not 



fHYSICAL CATEGORY 



1. IF NOT QUAUFIED. UST DISQUAUFYING DEFECTS ft ITEM NUMBER I ' 




». TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSIOAN ' ' O 

a/ P. BRATRJUDii, LT MCUSNR 



S. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN . 



■IMLi-f 



H:\>\::..A i 



1. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTIST OR PHYSIOAN {Inilcalt wkkk) 



SIGNATURE ' 



S. TYPED Of) PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWINO OFFKXR OR APPfDVINO AI/TKXtrTT 



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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



615 



niev. Au)t. 19») 

PROm-LOATlO IT 

BcTKiAVor TH« BuDorr 

CUCULIB A-34 



^REPORT OF MEDICAL HISTORY 

TNtt niFO«MITIOII It FM OFftClll Itl ONIT MO Will NOT IC HElElStB TO latlTHOIItn miOllt 



I. LAST lUME— FIRST NtMC— MIDIX£ NAME 

OfT-ALD^ LCE lARVEY 



2. ORADt AND COMPONCNT Off reSFTION 



i^KJO 



4. HOMt AOMESS r A'amttr, «m< m RFD, rirp <r Ka«, nw ft SfUl 

l | q3<^ r.nninwoQd St., Ft. V<orth, Texas 



i. PURKISe or EXAMINATKM 

rnlistment 



t. DATE or EXAMIKAT10)) 

OCT 24 



mL 



n. DATEOFUffTN 



fiatic . 



IJ. FukcE or nilTM 



in Oct 39 I New Orleana. La. 



to. DirAffTMENT, AGEMCT.Off SUVKX 

usi.tc 



II. offOAmzATioM umr 



14. NAMI. ffEUTIOHSHIP. AND ADDRESS OT^ItXT OIF KM ll936 ColllimOd St 

terguerlte CSV.'MJ (MOTHER) Fort V'orth, Texaa 



IS. EXAMININ6 FACIUTT Off EXAMINER. AMD ADOffESS 

' AFFSi mL US, TEXAS 



II OTHER INFORMATION 

RTXi Lutheran 



17. STATEMENT OF EXAMINEE S PRESENT HEALTH m OWN WOffDS. ( FaBom ht ioalfllloil cf put AWorf, ^ complcliU UltUt 





















M. FAMILY HISTORY 


/ 


It. HAS ANY BLOOD RELATION (Parnt, irollur. tttUr, atkal 
on HUSBAND OR WIFF 


RELATION 


A«E 


STATE Of HEALTH 


IF DEAD. CAUSE OF DEATH 


AGtAT 
DEATH 


YES 


NO 


(ChPcA eacA itmm) 


RELAT»ON(S) 


FATHER 






.'-.'r^^'T',- -^.jj/ •, 


//■^' 




V 


HAD TtOERCUUJSIS 




MOTHER 


►^y 


:7uy. ! 




/ 




t^ 


HAD SYPHIUS 




SFOUSI 












tf^ 


HAD oiAerrcs 






^5 


'^-y^- 








i/ 


HAD CANCER 




iROTHERS 


'M 


V-vU 








\/ 


HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE 


/ ' 


AND 










w 




HAD HEART TROUBLE 


lA:ZyJL,t^ 


«nas 












■/ 


HAD STOMACH TROUBLE 


\l 














,/ 


HAD RHEUMATISM MrtArltllJ 




CHILDREN 












>y 


HIVES 
















'y 


HAD EPIUPSY fFUl) 
















'/ 


COMMITTED SUICIDE 
















'/ 


BEEN INSANE 





20. HAVE YOU EVER HAD OR HAVE YOU NOW 1 P\Kt dlttt 0( Ifrt o/toc» Htm) 














YES 


NO 


I.Ch»ck tmcft ic«m) 


rES 


NO 


(Check »mc>\ if.m) 


YES 


HO 


(Check tech iram) 


YES 


NO 


(Check eech Heat) 




>■ 


SCARLET FEVER. ERYSIPELAS 




' ^ 


'GOITER 




u 


TUMOR. GROWTH. CYST. CANCER 




V 


•^ TRICK OR LOCKED KNEE 




',/ 


DIPHTHERIA 




'■ 


TUBERCULOSIS 




• 


RUPTURE 






'tOOT TROUBLE 




•., 


'rheumatic FEVER 




'. 


■ SOUKINS SWEATS 




\ 


APPENDICITIS 




'/ 


'neuritis 




1^ 


SWOLLEN OR PAINFUL XJINTS 




•■- 


'ASTHMA 




1' 


PILES OR RECTAL DISEASE 




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PARALYSIS </nc. tnfaruilt) 




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MUMPS 




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SHORTNESS OF BREATH 




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FREOUEHT OR PAINFUL URINATION 




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EPILEPSY OR FITS 




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WHOOPING COUGH 




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^PAIN OR PRESSURE IN CHEST 




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KIDNEY STONE OR BLOOD IN URINE 




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CAR. TRAIN, SEA. OR AIR SICKNESS. 


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CHRONIC COUGH 




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SUGAR OR ALBUMIN IN URINE 




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DIZZINESS OR FAINTING SPELLS 






PALPITATION OR POUNDING HEART 




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BOILS 




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EYE TROUBLE 




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HIGH OR LOW BLOOD PRESSURE 




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VENEREAL DISEASE 




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DEPRESSION OR EXCESSIVE WORRY 


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EAR. NOSE OR THROAT TROUBU 






CRAMPS IN YOUR LEGS 




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RECENT GAIN OR LOSS OF WEIGHT 




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LOSS OF MEMORY OR AMNESU 


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RUNNING EARS 




,. 


FREQUENT INDIGESTION 






ARTHRITIS OR RHEUMATISM 




; 


BED WETTING 




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CHRONIC OR FREQUENT COLDS 




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STOMACH. UVER OR IHESTIKAL TROUBLE 




; / 


BONE. XJINT. OR OTHER DEFORMITY 




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NERVOUS TROUBLE OF ANY SORT 




,/ 


SEVERE TOOTH OR GUM TROUBU 






C«a BLADOtR TSOUBIE OR SAIL STOICS 




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'lameness 




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AMY DRUG OR NARCOTIC HABIT 




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SINUSITIS 




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JAUNDICE 




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'loss of arm. leg. finger, or toe 




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EXCESSIVE DRINKING HABIT 




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HAY FEVER 




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ANT REAaiON TO SOIUN. OflUC OR 
MEDICINE 




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PAINFUL OS TRICK" SHOUUICR OR EUOW 




1 


HOMOSEXUAL TENDENCIES 


21. HAVE YOU EVER (CAack McA iMm) 


2k FEMALES ONLY A HAVE YOU EVER— ». COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING 




^ 


WORN GLASSES 






ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 






Seen pregnant 




AGE AT ONSET OF MENSTRUATION 






WORN AN ARTIFICIAL EYE 






'been a SLEEP WALKES 






HAD A VAGINAL DISCHARGE 


^^- 


Interval between perioos 




L 


WOffN HEARING AIDS 




V 


'IJVED WITH ANYONE WHO HAD 
TUKBCULOSIS 






BOM TRtAItO FOR A FtMAlf t»SOI««H^ 




DURATION of PERK3DS 




I, 


STUTTEPEO OR STAMMERED 




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COUGHED UP BUnO 






JUlBINOlffUL MENSTRUATION 


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DATE or LAST PERIOO 




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WORN A nuCE OR BACK SUPPOWT 




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SLED EXCESSIvaT Arm UUURT OR 


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HAD IRREGUUR MENSTNUATION 


OUANTTTY D"»"» □nOTMl QlCAim 


n. HOW MANY JO«S HAVE YOUJUD M TIC 
PAST TMm YEARSt ^^ 


24. WHAT IS THE LONGES-PUOO YOU 
MtlD ANY or THESE WtSA 
MONTIO VX 


2$. WHAT O TOUR USUAL OCCUPATIONT 


20. ARE YOU (Cfi«e* on*) 



DoNABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



616 



\y 



M 



V 



U 



CHECK EACH ITEM YES OK HO tVtUT XnM CHCCKtO -TIS" MIBT K fUUT tKfUIWO IK •UHK VMX OX PWKT 



17. HAVE YOU (EEN UNAILE TO HOLD A X» BECAUStOPl 
A SENS ITIVITY TO CHEMICAU. DUST. SUHLIQHT. ITC. 
t. INABILITY TO PERFORM CERTAIN MOTIONS 
C INABILITY TO ASSUME CERTAIN POSITIONS 
OTHERMEDICALRtASONS(//r**.<»'« 



SO. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REFUSED EMPLOYMENT BECAUSE 
OF YOUR HEALTH! (.11 T*: •(•'• r«aion mnd tirm 
dntiU) 



HAVE YOU HAD. OR HAVE YOU BEEN ADVISED TO HAVE. 
ANY 0PERATIONS7 (If yet, d»tcrib» mnd girt 
mim mt which occurrmd) 



U. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN A PATIENT (commrftador 
volunlary) IN A MENTAL HOSPITAL OR SANATOR 
lUMT {It yea, sp«cj/y when, whore, why, mnd 
nmmm ot doctor, mnd completm mddrmt* o/ 
hoapital or clinic) 



M. 



and itvm dmtmiU) 



IS. HAVE YOU CONSULTED OR BEEN TREATED BY CLINICS. 
PHYSICIANS. HEALERS. OR OTHER PRACTITIONERS 
WITHIN THE PAST ! YEARSI (.11 yt, f* com- 
p/ere mddrmaa of doctor, hoapitml, clinic. 



HAVE YOU EVER BEEN REJECTED FDR MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL MENTAL. OR OTHER 
REASONS' Uf ym. JiVe dalm t 
rmjmclion) 



it. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN DISCHARGED FROM MILITARY 
SERVICE BECAUSE OF PHYSICAL MENTAL OR OTHER 
' REASONS' (// yea, give dmie. reason, mnd 
{ type of diachmrge: whether honormble, 
j other thnn honormble, tor unfitneaaor un- 
aailmbilily) 



19. HAVE YOU EVER RECEIVED. IS THERE PENDING. HAVE 
YOU APPUED FOR. OR DO YOU INTEND TO APPLY FOR 
PENSION OR COMPENSATION FOR EXISTING DISABIL- 
ITYT Ut yea. specify what kind, grmnted by 
whom, mnd what amount, when, why) 



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I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE REVIEWED THE FOREGOING INFORMATION SUPPUED BY ME AND THAT FT IS TRUE AND COMPLETE TO THE BEST Of MY KNO«rL£D6E. 

I AUTHORIZE ANY OF THE DOCTORS. HOSPITALS. OR CUNICS MENTIONED ABOVE TO FURNISH THE GOVERNMENT A COMPIFTE TRANSCRIPT Of MY MEDICAL RECORD FO« PURPOStS 
or PBOCEWING MY APPUCATION FOR THIS EMPLOYMENT OR SERVICE. 



TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF EXAMINEE 

LEE HUIVET OS'.^ALD 






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. PHYSICIAN S SUMMARY AND ELABORATION OF 




nwnf 911 sJi pMtfc* ciuwm hi IUm» tO 



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DONABEDiAN EXHIBIT No. 1 — Continued 



617 



DL 100-10461 
EJR/cras - 






"Dallas, Texas 
March l8, 1964 



"I, Jack Edwin Dougherty, freely and voluntarily 
make the following statement to E. J, Robertson who has 
Identified himself as a Special Agent of the FBI. 

"My name is Jack Edwin Dougherty and I reside at 
1827 South Marsalals Street, Dallas, Texas, I am 40 years 
of age, ,born AuigTast 12, 1923* at Dallas, Texas, I am a 
white irale and am employed as a stock clerk for the Texas School 
Book Depository, 

"At the time President Kennedy was shot I was at a 
point about 10 feet from the elevator on the fifth floor of 
the Texas School Book Depository Building. I was alone at 
this time, 

"I did not see Lee Harvey Oswald at the time 
President Kennedy was shot , 

"On the morning of November 22, 1963^ I saw no 
person in the Texas School Book Depository Building that was 
a stranger to me, 

"I left the Texas School Book Depository Building at 
about 1;30 PM and went to the Dallas Police Station. I returnee 
to the Texas School Book Depsiiisltory Building to get my coat 
at about 4s30 PM and left this building Just shortly thereafter 
and didn't return again that day. 

"I read the above statement it is true and correct 
through the best of ray knowledge. 

"/g/Jack Edwin Dougherty 

"Witnesses s /s/E. J. Robertson, Special Agent, FBI, Dallas, 

Texas, 3/18/64. 
"/s/Thoraas T. Trettis, Jr,, Special Agent, FBI, Dallas, 

Texas, 3/18/64." 



Dotigherty Exhibit A 
Dougherty Exhibit A 



618 



Vd-3os (R.t.3-3-59) A FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTir^'IOM 

12/19/63 



Data 



JACK EDWIN DOUGHERTY, 1827 S. Marsalais, employee of 
Texas School Book Depository, vu>3 reinterviewed to clarify iaforma- 
tion previously furnished by him to FBI on November 22, 1963, in 
relation to information furnished by him to Dallas Police Depart- 
ment on same date. 

DOUGHERTT advised that he arrived at work at the Tes&'i 
School Book Depository Just prior to 7:00 AM. on November $2, 19G3. 

DOIKjIERTT stated that he saw LEE HARVET OSWALD, who had 
been working there for just a few weeks, at approximately 8:00 AM ^ 
when he, OSWALD, arrived. He stated that he saw OSWALD agaim at 
approximately 11:00 AM W the 6th floor but did not see him again 
after that. 

DOUGHERTY stated that Just prior to 12:00 PM he and 
five other men were workiptg on the 6th floor. He said that the 
others were WILLIAM SHELIM, DAN ARCS, BONNIE WILLIAMS, BILL LOVELADT, 
and CHARLES GIVENS. 

DOUGHERTY stated that he worked on the 6th floor unntil 
12:00 PM at which time he went to the 1st floor to eat his lunch. 
He said he went back to work at approximately 12:45 PM, at which 
time he returned to the 6th floor. He stated that as soon as he 
arrived on the 6th floor, he went down to the 5th floor to get 
sio^me stock . ' ' ' 

DOUGHERTY stated that it was while he was on the 5th 
floor that he heard a loud noise. He said that it appeared to have 
come from within the building but could not tell where. He said 
that he went down to the 1st floor and saw a mam, EDDIE PIPER, and 
asked him if he had heard a loud noise, and PIPER told him that he 
had heard three loud noises. He also told his that soibeoiiie had 
Just shot the President. 

DOUGHERTY stated that he then went back to the 6th flvi^or. 
He said that he used the elevator to go up and when* he went h&ck up 
there, there was no, one on the 6th floor. He stated that the five 
other men whom he had previously mentioned had gone down to the 1st 
floor to watch the President e^b^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

— Dougherty Exhibit B 



11 

12/18/63 Dallas, Texas ^., „ DL 100-10461 
on at ! FiU If 



WILLIAM O. S^mOHiii 12/19/63 
by Special Agent /^ I ■ Dota dictated i_ 



ThU doouaant oontotna naithar faemmn4$^*M k<* fl«natMlMa 9i Oi« TRt. II to tb* KeMtir «< !>>• TBI and to leaned 1* 
few «««Bay; a aad U» eoalvnts or* aa4 %4 M dtottlHliM MtftM* tmt •ff«aay. 

Dougherty Exhibit B 



619 



I5L 100-10461 i 

Etorimg the ab<ove Imtorview, the father of JACK EDWIN ' 

DOUGHERTY, R. C. DCiUGHERTY, was presecit. It was noted dtarimg imtei 
view of JACK DOUGHERTY ,■ he had diffioialty la correlating his speed: 
with his thoughts, therefore, his father assisted him isa fTuruLlsh- 
. img amswers t® questions asked. ' ^ 



DouGHEaiTT Exhibit B — Continued 



620 



loa (R-tr. i-»^»> FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

^,,JL l/23/63 



JACK EDWIN DOUGHERTY, 1827 South Marsalis, was con- 
tacted on November 22, 1963, and furnished the following signed 
Statement : 

'*Dallas, Texas 
11-22-63 

**I, Jack Edwin Dougherty, make the following free and 
voluntary statement to Alfred C. Ellington and James W* 
Anderton who have Identified themselves to me as 
Special Agents of the FBI. 

'*I am employed by the Texas School Book Depository, 
411 Elm Street, Dallas as an order filler, and reside 
at 1827 S. Marsalls St., Dallas, Texas. 

"I started to work today, 11/22/63, at about 7:00 AM. 
o'clock. ^^ 



"I recall vaguely, having seen Lee Oswald, (who 
started to work for the Texas School Book Depository 
about 3 weeks ago} when he came to work at about 
8:00 AU today. I. saw Oswald again about 11:00 AM 
today and do not recall seeing him at work after- 
11:00 m, 

"I was working on the 5th floor of the building at 
411 Elm Street at about 12:45 PM or 1:00 PM, when I 
heard a loud explosion which sounded like a rifle shot 
coming from the next floor above me. 

"I did not see anyone running from the building and 
did not see anyone fire the shot which I heard. 

"I have read this statement and this is true. 

'Vs/ JACK EDWIN D0UGHEBT7 

**Wltn6ssed • 

Vs/ ALFRED C. ELLINGTON, Special Agent, FBI, Dallas, 

11/22/63. 
Vs/ JAMES W. ANDERTON, Special Agent, FBI, Dallas, 

11/22/63." 



11/22/63 Dallas, Texas. ^ ^ DL 89-43 

«♦ I^fcL FiU I 

ALFRED C. ELLINGTON .& 



b'Sp.ei«| A8.nr JAMES W.- ANDERTONSfy^mb 0^,, j,^^^ 11/23/63 



T I 4oett»*M eealalaa aaltlMt r»«emB*Bdatleaa nor eeaelvaloaa •! ih« rai. It i» ik^ mMtm^tiv •! tk« P al nU to l«aa«4 t* 



Dougherty Exhibit C 



DOUGHEJETY EXHIBIT C 



621 



2 

T5L 89-43 



Also present during the interview with JACK EDWIN 
DOUGHERTY was bis father, R, C. DOUGHERTY, who advised his son 
received a medical discharge Xrom the U« S. Army and indicated 
his son had considerable difficulty in coordinating his mental 
facilities with his speech* 



Dougherty Exhibit C — Continued 



622 



FD.302 (R.r. 3-3-59) FEDERALS 



UREAU^F INVESTIGA • • 
^-1 




n.>J )ec^pilber l6. 1963 

1 

KENNETH L. DOWE^ 1008 Beechwood, Apartment #1001, 
Dallas, Texas, furnished the following information: 

He is a radio announcer for radio station KLIF, 
Dallas, and works under the name KEN DOWE. He has been 
in Dallas for about six weeks and after the murder of LEE 
HARVEY OSWALD he recalled that an individual who stopped by 
the radio station on a couple of occasions was JACK RUBY. He 
also recalled that on November 23, 1963, he received three 
telephone calls on the KLIF "Hot Line" which is phone number 
RI 7-9319. He stated on the first call an individual requested 
to know if he had any information as to when LEE HARVEY OSWALD 
was going to be transferred, to the second call the same 
individual inquired as to whether any of the KLIF newsmen 
were at the City Hall. This individual then asked him if 
he knew who he was and when he said he did not, the 
individual identified himself as JACK RUBY. . On the third 
call, RUBY, who he now realized had made the first two 
calls, told him that he would call the radio station if 
he learned anything newsworthy as he was going to personally 
go to the City Hall. As best he could recall these three 
calls were made between 2 200 p.m.. and '^'.00 p.m., on 
November 23, 1963. He knows nothing concerning RUBY'S 
background, personal life, or political convictions and 
does not know why he shot LEE HARVEY OSWALD. He never 
heard of OSWALD prior to President KENNEDY'S assassination 
and knows of no connection between OSWALD and RUBY. 

He stated that CHUCK DUNAWAY was formerly an 
announcer for KLIF and now resides at 1438 Oates Drive in 
Dallas and is employed by Abnack Record Company in 
Dallas. 



^^. ' ■■" ' '^" 



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Dowe, Kenneth Exhibit 1 



f\j 
12A4/63 Dallas, Texas Dallas 44-1639 

' ' at ^ — FiU 9 .^..^_________._^__ 



by Sp.ciol Afl.n» JOHN E. DALLMANsBL Oat. dktat.d ^TLM/e. 

P 

ThU dooumaol oontains nalthar raconmandatlona nor oonclualona oi lh« FBI. tt la Iha property ol Iha FBI an4 la loanat 
your oaaneri II and Ma ooaloala ora nol la ba dlaUlbul^ eulalda jvu oqaney. - ^. .. 

DowE Exhibit No. 1 



623 

t-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 41 — 



n- 






Fo-302 (R.». 3.3.S8) - pEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTlGATiA.'l , €is. -^ ^ 



^nvoivad' :'■'-■. " '-^'-d Or^.„,.... I / l///i{ i l^nn",' 6/5/6/^ 



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"' ,)y^ 'Ruby, Jaclf/ 



'♦ 



KENNETH L. D0WJ3, who curif&atly r.esides at 4617 Samuell 
Boulevard'^'-~fc€Jl,e£^Sil^^^ S-ISSS, advised he has been employed as a 
radio announcer^ior radio station KLIF, Dallas, Texas, since 
October 23, 1963. Mr. DOWE Is 23 years of age and prior to his 
present employmant was employed by radio stations WQXI, Atlanta, 
Georgia, for ten months; KBOX, Dallas, Texas, approximately eight to 
ten months; KDEO, San Diego, California, for eight months; WABB, 
Mobile, Alabama, for six or eight months, and previously was employed 
while attending college by radio station WHSY, Hattiesburg, Mississippi 

DOWE advised the only time to his knox^ledge that he ever 
personally mat JACK L. RUBY was either on the first or second day of 
his employment by radio station KLIF, which was October 23, 1963, or 
October 24, 1963. He recalled he was being "shown around" the radio 
station by CHUCK DUNAWAY who was then also employed as an announcer 
by KLIF^, and, on this occasion, JACK L, RUBY was engaged in a conver- 
sation v/ith an unknown person, who may or may not have been an employee 
of the radio station, and they, were standing in the front lobby of the- 
station. DUNAWAY interrupted RUBY's conversation with the individual 
to whom he was talking long enough to introduce DOWE to RUBY. He 
recalls only that RUBY was described by DUNAWAY in this introduction 
as the owner or proprietor of a Dallas night club and that RUBY Invited 
him to visLt his night club, " ■ 

"^ DOWE advised ha has never visited RUBY's night club and 
. has never personally seen RUBY since that time. He also, advised he 
has never seen RUBY in the premises of radio station KLIF since the 
occasion on which hie was introduced to him. . - - - 

The only occasion on which DOWE ever spoke with RUBY by 
telephone occurred on Saturday, November 23, 1963, at which time DOWE 
was on duty from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. During this period RUBY 
called the station on three occasions, however, it is DOWE 's impress ion i 
• that RUBY identified himself by name on only the last t^ro calls. It is 
his present recollection that on the occasion of the first call which 
would have been during the early or middle part of the af temooh RUBY " 
t^as attemptijs^ to reach' the news service and inquired as to whether the' 
stflftnn h.Bd .any •fnform.ntion concerning the trannfer of T.F.F. HARVKY OSWAT. 



on 



6/3/64 Dallas, Texas ^., „ DL 44-1639 



.ot I_i FiU # 



ALFRED C. ELLINGTON and 

by Sp.ciol Afl.nt EMORY E. HORTON;vm pot. dictot.d 6/3/64 

3/ 

Thla document conlatna nallher racoamcndaltona nor conclualona o( tha FBI. It la tha proparty ol tba FBI and If ioanad lo 
your oganey; It and lla contanta ora not to ba dlatrlbtitad oulalda your ogaocy. 

DowE Exhibit No. 2 



624 



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2 

DL 44-1639 



from the Dallas -City Jail to the County Jail. Ks recalls he advised 
RU3Y, wiio had not at this point identified himself, that he, DOWE, had 
no such information. 

It is dome's recollection that on the occasion of the second, 
call RUBY 'inquired as to whether any of the-newsmsn from station KLIF 
ware in the vicinity of the Dallas City Hall and on this occasion- that 
the caller identified himself as JACK RUBY. Ea advised the name JACK 
RUBY meant nothing to him and; he inquired of some other employee of - 
the station, whose identity he does not how recall, "Who is Jack R^by?" 
■or words to that effect. .1' •*" 

On the occasipn.of the thitd call from JACK RUBY, it is 
:DOVE's recollection that RUBY again identified himself and was "again 
■attempting to reach the news department and told him that he, RUBY, 
iWas going personally to the Dallas County Jail, County Building, or 
City Hall, he does not now recall specifically which, and in the event 
ihe, RUBY, obtained ai>y hews story, he would recontact the station. 

In this connection, it is DOWE's recollection that RUBY 
:msntioned he was acquainted with HENRY' WADE and that; ha felt he could 
"get a story" from WADE. ' ■ ' ' , 

DOWE advised he does not know what prompted the telephone 
:calls to this station by RUBY. Ha is sure that all three calls were 
made on the station's "hot line" which was at that tiiqa Rivets ide 7- 
9319^ and that all three calls were made on the afternoon of Saturday, 
November 23, 1963. Ha explained the "hot line" calls are screened by 
the station's switchboard operator each weekday until 5:00 p.m. anc^ 
"on Saturday until 12:00 noon. DOWE explained ' the station's 'Tiot 
iline" 'is an unlisted telephone number, however,., the number is posted 
i&t various /"places in the station, is* known by all station employees, 
and he feels certain it is also known by the immediate fl^ailies of 
station employees and by close < personal friends of these employees. 
He said he-does not^kpow how RUBY, obtained the "hot line" telephone 
number but he feels 'relatively sijre the number is. rather. -widely known 



DowE Exhibit No. 2 — Continued 



625 



3 

DL 44-1639 



and its prixicipal purpose is to screen tho numsrous calls by 'young- 
. stars'* calling the station to mal<e requests for the playing of 
: certain musical records from other telephone calls. - 

DOWE advised as of Noveiuber 23, 1963, on which date these 

' calls were received from JACK RUBY, he, DOl'JE, v/as not wall acquainted 
or familiar with the locations of the Dallas City Hall or County . ^ 
Buildings, and he is not now certain with respect to the third i 

. telephone call from RUBY which of these public buildings RUBY- indicatec 
he was going to visit. ■ Regardless of vAich building RUBY indicated 
he would visit, he did not indicate what he planned to do at that 

; building but merely stated he would call the station again if ha 

i secured a news story. 

DOIE advised that on Friday, November 22, 1963, it is his ' 

L present recollection he would have been on duty as an announcer at 
this station from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and that being a new employee j^ 

^ he was present at the radio station from approximately 10:00 a»fiiJ to ! 
at least 7:30 p.m. On Saturday, November 23, 1963,. he was on duty 
at this station from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. and was "on the air" 
during this period and was probably in the station for some time prior ; 

' to 12:00 noon familiarizing himself with the operation of the station. 
On Sunday, November 24, 1963, he recalls that he went to the home of 
CIIUCK DUNAWAY who was then also employed as an announcer by station 
KLIF and that upon arrival at DUNAWAY ' s . horns he was advised that he, 
DUNAWAY, had just witnessed on television the shooting of LEE HARVEY . 

: OSWALD T>y J/JK RUBY. It is his recollection that he spent practically ' 
all day on Sunday, November 24, 1963, at the DUNAWAY horns.' i 

■ . ■ ' I ■ ' 

DOl'JE advised information previously furnished by him was 
possibly misleading regarding the nximber of visits of JACK RUBY to 
"the premises of radio station KLIF, however, he ^is presently positive 
he has never seen RUBY at; this st&t Ion -except on the occasion of his 
introduction to hlm.r / ' 



DowE Exhibit No. 2 — Continued 



626 



rDO02 en... j^-J9) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

n.>. 11-29-63 



_1 

GLEIi DUNCAN y Nev;s Announcer, KLIF, Dallas, Texas, 
advised he V'j-as on duty the evenln.f; of Nove.r.bor 22, and 
early momlng^of November 23, 19^3, and recalls receiving C - 
two telephone calls from JACK RUBY soaietlne during the early v y 
morning of November, 23, 19d3, probably betv:eerr-l: 00 a.m. ' ^ ' 
and 2-:00 a.m. He" "stated RinEJZ said he was going to bring sor.e V;^ ; 
saridwiclies over to the station and inquired as to whether they '\ "-•■' 
wanted to interview HEIJTTS" WADE, ristz^Jji Attorney Dallas \: ^. 
concerning the OSWALD case and indicaced he would endeavor to J. 
locate WADE and put him in touch v/ith DUNCAN. He stated S ^ 
RUBY indicated' he was at the Police Station and apparently ^/ 
HENRY WADE was ther.-? also. He stated in' the second telephone .-"J, 
call RUBY put WADE on the phone and DUNCAN taped an interview J' i)\ 
with WADE. He stated shortly after these calls, RUBY cane to ."!■ ,^ 
the station with sandwiches a:ld soft drinks. He stated he ^, -^ 
had never met RUBY before and would describe his condition as > V 
being animated about OSWALD ^being charged with the ^ 

assassination of the President and the .fact that the evidence >- ^^ 
was shaping up. He stated he knows nothing about the "^-ri 
"background, associates or/activlties ot, RUBY. 't^ 

• y ■ > 
DUNCAN stated it is his understanding that when '' . >"' 
RUBY first. called on the early morning of November 23, I963, ••> • 
he had obtained the telephone number which is a- semi- 
private line from DANITY McCURDY, Aka., Danny Patrick, who was 
on duty at the radio, statloji. at thefhor^e nvimber listed In the 
Dallas Telephone Directory- for KLIP, 

DUNCAIT stated RUF/ did not ask for or recblvo a press 
,paso froai v»Vin or from Station KLIP to his knoxxlodgo, 

-n . ^- r ^ -^ 'f- 



Glen Duncan Exhibit 1 



11-29-6 J" Dallas, Texas ^ , . DL 44-1639 
Of ^^^^ F.lo i 



ALFRED D. NEELEY & J. 11-29-63 
»y Speclol Agent CAT.VIN RICE - md 'V.-y Doto dictated '. 

hi ^ 

rhl« doeuisant contains neither r«'xE:BO endatlons nor conclual6na of the FBI. It 1* IxeRO'P"'!/ o' '•>» F"Bl ond Is loaned to 
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EIRECT EXAI'UNATION 


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Q, - i: Vlhat is your fUll name? 




A William Glenn runcan, Jr. 


Q, They call you Glenn? 




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Q, How are you employed? 


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A I WOO, 

(^ At that tlao did you know the De-fendant In this case. 

Jade Ruby? 

A Wo, I did not» I mat him by tolephona, and later in 

person that same night. 

Q ALL richt sir, now I vill ask you if somotims on 

Friday evening, late Friday, or early Saturday zaomins, if you 
got a telephone c&Il trcm a loon vho identified hiisself as 
Jaok Ruby? 
A I didr' 

Q, \fill yoojCtell us about vhat time that was you got the 

fLrat call? 

A That vould have been around midaisht or shortly there- 

after. 

Q And vhat did this person vho identiiled hiiiself as 

Jade Buby sey to you? 

■ MR. TOKAHILL: Hearsay.' 
Iffi. RKTiTiTt He didn't know his voice, didn»t 

knov vho it vas. 
^ L9t me aak another Question.' 

1q\x did receive a telephone call? 
A Yes sir, I did.' X receive a telephone call that was 

relayed to the nevs room from our control room, by a person 
vho told me he vas Jack Ruby. And I vas introduced over the 
telephone by another person there vho said that he knew Jack 



JAMES J. MULEADY 

DALLAS, TEXAS 



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yu. stlnebaugh-Janiefl Mttlsaay 
. Dallas. Texas 



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Q All right, and vho was that other porson thiit Introcaced 

you over tho iticno? 

A OiO othor person was Danny KcGordy. 

MR. AliEXANIiSR: I submLt, ^ur Honor, that th£.t 
. . . Identifies It siiffLdently, and w© vlll ccaanect It vith 

later conversation, 

MR, BELLE X I don't think It docs, Jadce. I 

&m*t know Trtiat It IsV Subject to a motion to strike, 

of covirso# 
Q All light now, let lao. ask you a couple of questions, 

. nd you later meet Jack lUby In person? 
A I did;;* 

Q, And did you heap the voice of Jack Ruby In person? 

A . I did.- 

^ Eld you recognize that as being the voice of the person 

vho bad previously identified hin^elf as Jack Euby on the 
telephone? 

A Ihat, and the conversatloa over the telejihone, and later 

meeting Jack Buby in per&on, and identifying him to ine as the 
Bfims nan. 

Q, , And to you now, do you know now that was JacSc Riby that 
you talked to oyer the jSione? 
A . Yes. ,^ 

^ Now, with that preliminary, will ycu tell us about the 

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DAU.AB, TCXA* 



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cooversatlon vlth him? 

A Well, this CGiao Just aftor Lee Eaxvey Oswald had been 

chaxgod. At that timQ I was vorkins — 

MR. BELLI: Had been vhat? 
A Had beea fbnrally charsod. At that tino I waa \;orkir^ 

alone, and ve were short staffed. So I was quite anxious to 
get ahold of sane infDnaation from the City Hall. 

The nan vho telephoned. Jack Ruby, asked co if I vould 
like to get Boioe Inibrmatlon, he asked me If I vould like to 
talk to the Hatxlct Attoxney, Henry ^Nlado. I said I would. 

Baea, the District Attorney was put on the phone, and 
I talked to him.' 

m, BKTiT.T; IhQ LLstrict Attorney was v;liat? 
A IhQ listilct Attorney was put on the jihone. I talked 

to him, and recorded an interview with him, in line with the 
charging of Oswald* 

MR. BKTiTiT: ¥alt Juat a second — that is ti-. 

Vade? 
A Mr. Wade, right, 

S3ien this waa about ell the telephone conversation, 
except that Jade said he had been looking for one of our news- 
men at the City Eall. £e said he had soine sandwiches and 
things for us; that he had come to the front door but hadn't 
bean able to get in.* Oar frcaat door is at street level; our 
studio is on the second floor, and it*s iinpossible to hear 



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JAMES J. MULEADY 
DALLAS, TEXAS 



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anyone knocidLns on th© door. 

Ho said he had been over thoro to try end get In, and 
hadn't been able to do so, and had gone over to the City Hall 
to try and find one of our noucman eo he could get ini 
Q, Ilovr, did he call back a socond tlnis, or vas that the 

only telephone call that you had? 

A Actually that vaa the only conversation I had vith him, 

to the best of my recollecfclon. 

There waa a dxup in getting the phono nurcber fron the 
newsroom and bo forth ^ and there vere t^;o or three telephone 
calls back and fiorthi To the best of ny reoollection there -'jaa 
only one actual telephone call vith Js.dz", 

Q. All light nov, somotiEi3 after your conversation vith him 

on the phono, on past mldni^t, ^rtiich would bring it to the 
early aoitiins hours of Saturday tlie 2;5rd, did Jack Huby show upi 
at your radio station? 

MR. TOnAnm*: Eo said his convorsation, does 
•..; ,,. he mean the one with I<Iri Vade or with I-Ir'; Ruby? 
Q, .-- I mean the caae with Rabyi* v . 

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A He did. 

Q All right, and about what time of night vas it that he 

actually showed up at the radio station? 
A .. This would bo somewhere between 1:50 and l:^5i 
Q, . And did you taUc to him thero? i 



JAMES J. MULEAOY 
DALLAS. TCXA* 



Copyright © 1964 " 
Irley li. stinebaugh-Jamea MuleadT' ;' 
Dallaa« Texaa 



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A Yes, I did. 

Q Will you relate, as boat you can, your convorsatica 

with Jacic Ruby froa the tims ho shoved up there? 

A Well, iho broueht the aand^^chos aad soizo soda pop, 

son© Exotio Cola, and ho wanted to krou if the talko I had 

with the DLstriot Attorney were satisfactory. It see:rcd h© 

was interested in the things that were happonLngi And I 

told him it vas. 

And he stayed for about a half hour or thirty-fLve 
minutes, the best I can -— 

Q He stayed i>a3t your two o'clock broadcast? 

A Yes. That's the only way I can tie that tiins down, 

really V Ho was there about a half hour to thirty-fLve min- 
utos'.' It was over the two o'clock: newscast. 
Q, In other words, you had to leave in order to mske your 

two o'clock broadcast? 

A Wo, 1 ciid it from the newsroom, bat he x/as thore over 

that time; he was in the newsroom during that newscast. This 
is the best time I coild put it dovm, it was about a half hour 
around that two o'clock pLvotal point somewhere. 

He seemed excited — I shouldn't say excited, he seemed 
interested in what was hapfpening; he was pleased Jihat he had 
thought to ask Russ Khight, who is a KLIP disc jockey, who had 
gone over to the City Hall with a tape recorder, and also 
intorviewod DLstriot Attorney Henry Uade with a tape recorder, \ 



JAMES J. MULCADY 
DAULA*, TCXA* 



: Copyright © 1964 

plrley U. Stinebaugh-Jaoes Muloady 

[ Dallas, Texas 



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jad: seemed plcasodthat ho had su2S©sted to Russ that he ask 
the iilatrlct Attorney whether or not Oavcld vbs csno. l^o 
talked eljout the case and what vaa happening for aboat thirty- 
five dnutes, end then Jade left. 

Q ELd Riby say anything about when they vere zoLnz to 
move Oswald? 

A Hot to my recollection, 

Q, . Let B© ask you, if he told you that he hod seen Csx/ald? 
A Yes, he did. 

Q, 1%'hat did h© say about having seen Oswald? 

A Ho said that he had been in the City Hall \rLth the send- 
\rf.ch©3 and so forth In a bag, looking for soneone fiom ICIZP; 
then, he said, all of a sudden — I am paraphrasing — all of 
a sudden there was a large rush end commotion when OsxTald was 
brought out to meet the Press i' Ho said he was cai:ight up in 
people rushing, and the first thing ho knew he found himself 
standing in front of Oswald or dose to Oswald. 
Q, Was he pleased that he had seen Oswald? 
A H© seemed to be pleased •■ In the sense that ho v:as 
being in on somothing, that was important to overyono, yes, 
Q, ELd you recognize him as what you people call a "news 

bug", someone that tries to follow the events of the day by 
being in on It with the ne\;s media; did he strike you that 
way? 
A I • t'->'^"V you could use the term. Ee struck me as a — 



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.rley M, Stinebaugh-Jamea Muleady — 



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DALLAS, TCXAS 



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ho certainly ±3 an intoreoted indivldaal, ho vaa ecGor, ho 

vaa QxdtQd but not overly so. He seeined in charactor In 

being excited, alert, slightly nervous porhaps. In the ssnse 

of a qui ok ixsraooallty, sure, 

Q And then after the 2:00 o*cioclc broadcast, ho leri? 

A Yes, he did. 

Q, Eov many sandwiches vere there — I naan, did ho have 

a big sack fall of tbom? 

A It vas a big sadc, there vas a sadc of sand-./ichesj thol^^ 

vas various cola -~ soda popj there vas a beg of ice in a 

plastic bag; and how nany sandwiches, I don't knov. There were 

a lot of sandwiches. 

^ aaough for several people? 

A Yes; . 

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CROSS EXAMEKATION 
BY Iffi. BPIT.T.Tt 

Q. Mr. Euncan, you said that he seea^ed In character, is 

that light? 
A Yes.' 

Q, : All light, before you came to Dfillas did you do news 
vork, news reporting in the news media? 
A Yes, I (Ud;' 

Q And what community vras that? 

A That vas at Port Arthur^' 



Copyright © 1S64 

' kltVey U. Stinebaugh-James Uuleady 

^Dallas, Texaa 



JAMES J. MULEADY 
DALLAS, TEXAS 



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Q, Would you say that Jack Ruby, vhen you say he vas in 

character, vas one of those tolerated characters you find in 
a community, that you had seen not only in rn.llas but In Port 
Arthur, that are tolerated until they do soiLSthing, or sor^e- 
thlng happens, something like an 'Henry character that is 
around buying the hot dogs, bringing coca colas, bustlLng 
around, that ]peoiJle think are soaetiioss odd, but they let thea 
stay if they don't disturb anything? 

A Well, this vas my only meeting vith Jadi Ruby, I 

really couldn't say that. 

V/hen I said excitable, vhat I meant vas, as I say, a 
quick Individual'.- 
Q. Yes. 

A Highstrung might be a vord. 

Q Yes? 

A Eat not only excited, I don't mean to convey that. 

Q But you have to detexnine in relativity vhether he vas 

more excited this time or some other time, you hadn 't seen him 
beltore, had you? 

A Really I don't knov. All I can say is that he did not 

seem out of dmracter. 
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DALLA*. TEXAS 



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voll, sort of the run of the novo inodia^ o:? the police, or- 
that he could pull the nstrlct Attorrey to the telephone to 
give a news beat, or a taping, or sorcethir^ like that? 
MR, ALEXAKDERi No/, Year Honor, thr.t is 
moltifarloas. 

MR. BELLI: l£Lthdrav, 
Q, Vhen he said that h© had Henry Vade there, ho pat Kcnr-y 

Vade on the telephone; and Henry Vade then talked about the 
Oavald case. Right? 
A Right. 

Q, VJas that the time that Mr. v;ado said, "This is tlio ruan 

vho shot tha President, and he's the nan — " 

MR. ALEXANIER: We object to that. 
q — "that vlll have to go to the electric chair?" 

Iffi. ALEXAKC2ERI We object to going into that, 
TH3 COJRT: Sustain the objection. 
. MR, V/AIE; That is all hearsay. 
. , ; • THE COURT: Sustained. 

m, TONAHIIIjJ Exception. 
Q, " VZhat was it that Mr. Wad© told you in that tape recordlr:; 
MR. WADE: I vill have to object, it's all 
hearsay. Your Boi3or, outside the presence of the Dsfend- 
ant. 

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i Dallas, Texas 



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DALLAS, TEXAS 



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presuEiably Jack Ruby was there vhile Kr. VJado cgj2Q to 
• the phone vlth hia friend Jaclc Ruby at the tii-o . 
Q 2s tliat right? 

m, AISCANISiR: llov, ve object to that, that 

is outside the record, not evidence. 
m, BELLI; Withdrew. 
Q So far as ve know, Mr. Ruby was standing alonsside the 

DLatrlct Attorney, Mr, V.'ade, when Mr. Wade was talking to yoa 
for the news beat, is that right? 

A I don't know the actual jiiysical placement of the two 

individuals. Jack asked c^ if I would like to talk to the 
listrict Attorney and I said yes. Of course, there was a lot 
of commotion on the other end of the line, I could hear a lot 
of people in the background, and the next thing I knew I was 
talking to the DLstrict Attorney. 

Q.- LLd that sort of solidify in your mind that Jack Ruby 

was a character, soioeone that could reach out and say, "Here 
is the listrict Attorney, I'll put him on for a news beat," 
and zoake you think that be was that sort of a character? 
A Veil — : 

Q, He wasn't a public relations officer for the Listrict 

Attorney at that tiaae? 
A No. . , ^ 

Q, Ke has got nothing to do with that? 

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OAU^a, TCXA* 



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case thln^ were so disrupted &nd htJcU-o tiiat I rec^lly Tcrjiod 

no particular opinion about it. This was, ox courso, ai'ccr' 

a full day and soias, it seems, of covering ttie assassination 

itself, and things were hectic and probably a little foi^' 

at the tiioe. 

Q Viiat did this character Jack RJij say, vhcn r-c brought 

the sandwiches and the soft beverases over to the nsvsroo:^, 

what did ha say, did he oake any offer to sit around there-, 

or want anything In exchange? How did you discern the notive 

for this gratuitous act? 

A V/oll, in terms of bringing the sandwiches, I did not 

know, because I had never met Jack Ruby. I hadn't been in 

Dallas that long. But I thought perhaps he knew other people 

around the City, or something like that. In terms of helping 

with getting the LLstrict Attorney on the phone for r:s end so 

forth, I put it down to being interestod and wanting to be 

helpful, 

(^ I^ow, what I am interested in, is that he said that he 

had seen Oswald. Kight? 

A Yes, he did. 

Q, And he didn't tell you that after having seen Oswald 

he made up his loind that he was going to shoot him, did he? 

A There was no mention of anything like that, nor to the 

best of my recollection any mention of moving Oswald. 

Q, He certainly didn't look to you like a man who had iccade 



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Q nd you knov that Jade Ruby had his Q\jri \rltlr. hla and 

soma $1200 at the time he had seen Osvald, and at tha tlr-2 he 

waa with you? 

A No, I did not. 

Q He didn't say anything about that? 

A No. 

Q, As he stood up, you didn't see a little gun in his 

podcet, did you, or a big gun? 

A I didn't see any gun, 

Q. All right . After he had seen Oswald, did he seen in any 

wise pleased or satisfied that he had seen this character, 

whether it was a grotesque character, a villain, a hero or what 

not, he had been in on world events, and he had seen soneonc 

who had done something. Right? 

A Just to sum it up, yes, ho seemed interested and excited 

in that sense. 

Q, That he had seen someone, and at least at that tine he 

didn't seem to be upset about having seen him, or didn't 

comment about him having a black eye, or didn't comment about 

anything else, did he there? Or did he say he had seen hia 

having a blade eye? 



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DALIES, TEXAS 



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Dallas, lexaa 



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not he montloned the fact that Oswald aay or cay not hcvo h:id 

a bladt eye, or not, I don*t remsmber. 

Q, nd ho say that he vas standins on a chair in tlae bacl: 

of the assembly room, vhere he had a clear view of 03«.'ald? 

A Jaclc? 

Q Yes. ■ • 

A As I recall he said he had '3een caught up in the cr<r.:d 

and he was standi ns close to Osuald, with his arnis full of 

sandwiches, and so forth. 

It seeas to me he used the term, "There I vas st-incin^ 
there looldng up, and he vas right in front of rns . " , Or 
"dose to me." 

Q, Then he left you. And this vas Friday ni^ht? 

A Friday night, Saturday mDrning, yes. 

(^ All right,- tipping over into Saturday mornir^? 

A Correct. 

Q, Veil, vhen he left you, it vas about 1:40? 

A No, it vas somevhere after 2:00 o'clock, I vould say 

2:10 or 2:15, possibly. 

Q, He vas going home at that time, is that right? 

A . I don't know. 
Q nd he say vhere he vas going? 

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^ You coaldn't help, us on that? 

A No, I could not. 

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Dallas 3-25-64 



644 



Ebebhaedt Exhibit No. 5025 



FD.302 (Rev. 3-3-59) FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



^ Date 12-21-63 
1 



AUGUST M, EBERIiARDT, Detective, Burglary and 
Theft Division, Dallas, Tercas, Police Dep'^rtment, was interviewed 
concerning the name MIICE EBERl^RDT, 706 E. Farmer, CH 4-1766, 
Seagoville, Texas, being found in the personal affects of 
JACK RUBY during the time of his arrest, 

EBERHARDT has known JACK RUBY and RUBY's sister, 
EVA GRAN^, for five or six years and has been in contact 
with both individuals over this period of time in connection 
with official business o He said that both RUBY and EVA GRANT, 
he is sure have his calling card. He believed that RUBY 
wrote his name and address sometime shortly prior to May 8, 
1962, because this was the day his, EBERHARDT* s, child was 
borq and RUBY wanted to send the child a present » He had 
also invited JACK to visit him and JACK "stated he was going to 
s-se him but he never did. 

He has not seen JACK RUBY for about three weeks 
prior to November 22, 1963 » 

On November 22, 1963, EBERHARDT was on duty 
froa 3s00 pomoTto 11:00 p„mc on that day, v^hich was the day 
the President was assassinated. He recalled seeing JACK RUBY" in 
the. hallway on the third ;;loor at about 6^00 or 7i00,p»m, 
and asked him what he was doing there and RUBY told him that 
he had brought some sandwiches over and wiis a<;iing as 
interpreter for some Israeli reporters.. RUBY mcs carrying 
a note book and he thinlcs he had on soae kind of a lapel 
badge such as reporters were wearing. He could not be sure 
about this but recalled that when he asked him what he was 
doing there, RUBY had pushed his lapel with his note book when 
he answered about acting as interpreter, 

EBERHARDT said that he might be mistaken about this 
press card* He also remembered that RUBY said he had 
bought sandwiches and had remarked that he had brought nothing 
but°' Kosher stuff ,°'^^^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^m^ 



-~ i;t)erhardt Exhibit No. 5026 



12-20-63 Dallas, Texas^ ^ DL 44-1639 

on at „Jt^^ File # , 



ALI£N H, SMIpf&'*l:OM E, 

by Special Agent CHAPQTQN, JRt " md , Date dictated 12°-21"'63 

This document contains neither rocommendatlonB nor concluelons o( the FBI. It la the property of the FBI and la loaned to 
your agency; It and Its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency. 

EBERHARDT EXHIBIT NO. 5026 



645 



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He next saw RUBY sometime betvjeen 11° 30 pofflc 
and midnight on the 22nd when there was a press conference in 
the Police Assembly Room in the basement: of the -Police 
Department o At that time, RITBY was standing on top of a 
table with a group of reporters when LEE HARVEY OSWALD was 
being interviewed by the press that night« He did not recall 
RUBY asking any questions during the' press conference o 
He did not recall seeing RUBY between 7^00 pofflo and the time 
of the press conference. 

EBERHARDT was not on duty Sunday, November 24, 
1963 o He had no idea as to how RUBY got into the basement 
on that day, which was the day OSWALD was shoto He said that 
RUBY knows. .numerous Police Officers in Dallas, both plain 
clothes officers and uniformed officers » He did not know 
why RUBY shot OSWALD^ but remarked when Detective "SLICK" 
MDLLINIX of the Vice Squad was shot to death previously, 
RUBY had been quite concerned and had been further disturbed 
when the person accused of shooting him was not prosecuted. 

He had in his own, EBERHARDT' s, dealings with 
RUBY found him to be honest and reliable o He knew of no 
favors that RUBY had extended to any Dallas Police Officers 
or of any Dallas Police Officers soliciting any favors of 
RUBYc 

EBERHARDT knew of no connection or association 
between OSWALD and RUBY and had no information concerning any 
conspiracy on -the part of RUBY and others to kill OSWALD^ 



Ebebhardt Exhibit No. 5026 — Continued 



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VOLUNTARY STATEi.^S-JT. Not Uodw A-:;:, .'orm No. ZZ 

§mr3 nan 17:7^3 DcrpiiiairRaEHTr 

Before me. ihe undcrsisricd auihoricy. on this the .i^nd, ^^y of November 
5xr.or..i:y appeared ^°^^^ E- (^^) Ed^jF'^- Addrea 

hzz^'^P^ . Phoi»c No Hona 

Depots snd says:- 



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821' South Hiu*sory 



(EnToloycd by tbs Dallas County Auditor »s 
orrico.) 



Today, Novembop 22nd, I965, I \:c.z uith Ronald Pischei', and i;e uero on ■ . 
tho ccrnop ct Elm and Houston, end I happened to loolc up there at the 
building, the Texas School Eoclc Depository Buildins, and I saT7 a nan 
at the vindo'.; on the fiTth floor, the vindov i/as wide open all the uay; 
there x-zas a stack of boxes arourjd bin, x. could seo. Bob. iNDmarked that 
he 2:iast be hidins from scmebcd:'-. I noticed that he had on a sport shirt, 
it vas li^ht colored, it vas yellow or vhito, something to that effect,. 
and h-is hair vas rattier short; j. thought he might bo something around 
tuenty-six, as near as I co;ild -go 11. 

The motorcade ro-onded the corner^ about this time, and then I thought 
I heard four shots, but it never occurred to us what it was. The shots 
seemed to come from that building thare . 



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tSubicribcd arid sworn to before me on this the ^^ day of November 



C^ Notary PybUc, Dallas County. Tc^s 

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Edwards Exhibit A 



647 




r;v.M-.5i22 KV/iNSj.Sid.Jr, Deposit!; 

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Fehrenbach Exiiibit 2 





Fehrenbach Exhibit No. 2 



Commission No. 1279 

Fehrenbach Exhibit No. 3 



649 



VOLUNTARY CTATEiiSKT. Not ^odc* Awott. Pon=» No. G« ^ ' -^'" 

Before rce. tlic undsraijnid cuthodty. en Cilz the ^^^ duy of Hovemtai' ^^ p^ IpJ^ 

pcr^ndly ap^arcd HonaM B. FiSChoy ■■ - . Addrc« -jlQ^ !'^^'^'^'^ ^--'^ ' 

oh -crj Q ro-n Mosquito, Texas 

Ase — ?-^^ . Phcne No — ^ 9-C9p O (Employed by tli3 Dallas County Auditor's 

DcposcJ and says:- OlxiCO. ) 

Today, Kovombar 22nd, I963, I xfsa i-rLth Robart E. (Bob) Ed^fards, va 
vor3 standicg on ths corner of Elm and Houston, on th3 southwest 
corner; about thirty seconds before the motorcade came by. Bob turned 
to E13 and said that there vas a Hjan on the fifth floor of the Texas 
School Boole Depository Building, at the window there, and I looked up 
and saw the man. I looked up at the windoir and I noticed that he 
seesied to bo iajring do^m there or in a funny position anyi^ay, becaur.e 
all I could see vas his head. I noticed that ha was light-headed aid 
that he had on an open-neck shirt, ar-d that was before the motorcade 
rounded the corner. I noticed his coraplexlon sssmsd to be clear, and 
that he was in hio twenty's, appeared to be in his twenty's. 

I turned away end by that tlire the motorcade rounded the corner. Aiad 
thin I heard what I tho;:!^t was three shots, and ths motorcade was 
about where thao StenEnons Fx-esway sign is there. 

I do roirembar ono peoulair" thin^ happened ju3t at the time I sax/ the man 
up -there. Siere vs-a a £ipl V2.1ked in "the Toxas School Book Depository 
Building, a r'athoi" 'ggJLI ^^^''l^ c^nd looked to xr.-j like she might be en 
employee in that biillcLiSAS, Ezd vz3 ralking in uhilG ovoryona olso had 
been cciaing onto 



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Fischer Exhibit No. 1 



Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the ^^^ day of _I^Oven^er ^ p jq _62_ 




(iX^otary Pub-id; Dallas County, Te»^ 

235 

Fischer Exhibit No. 1 



650 



FD.-302 (H.ir.3.3.5») FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



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HT^ROIJ} FLEMING, Operations Manager and Corporate Counsel, 
Armored Motor Ser-vice, Inc., 1020 West Seventh Street, Port Worth, 
advised that between 9:30 and 9i40 AM, on November 24, 1963, he 
received a telephone call at his home in Dallas from Assistant 
Chief of Police BATCHELOR, Dallas Police Department, asking if Vk 
the company could loan the city an armored truck for transporta- ^ 
tion of LEE HARVEY OSWALD from City Hall to the County Court House, 'A 
FILMING asked Chief BATCHELOR if there was any limitation as to ^ 
the size of the vehicle he wanted to use, and asked Chief BATCHELOR ^^ 
to measure the Commerce Street entrance to ~£he City Hall Garage, 
which Chief BATCHELOR Stated the truck should enter, to determine 
if the truck would fit into that entrance. He told Chief BATCHELOR 
he would recontact him later to ascertain the neasurements. 



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Chief BATCHELOR told EftBMING the armored truck was needed^ 
in order to handle the transportation of OSWAIJ) with the utmost 
security. He also told FLEMING he wanted the truck backed into 
the Commerce Street entrance. 



FLEMING told Chief BATCHELOR there would be some delay, 
because it would be necessary to contact two employees, each of 
vrtiom had a key to the armored transport terminal, two keys being 
necessary to open the terminal. Chief BATCHELOR asked him to get 
to City Hall as soon as he could. He made no mention of the de- 
tails of the transportation, such as the route that would be taken, 
the time OSWALD would be put into the truck, the size of the guard, 
or any other details. 

FILMING then attempted to call BERT HALL, manager of 
the Dallas Office of his firm, but was unable to locate him at 
home. He then called TOM MASTIN, JR., the company President, in 
Fort Worth, and told him of Chief BATCHELOR' s request. MASTIN 
gave his okay for the furnishing of an armored truck to the Police 
Department. 

FI£MING then called TOM JAMES, a Vice President of the 
firm, who lives near the church BERT HALL attends, and asked JAMES 



6/26/64 . Fort Worth, Texas p., j, DL 44-1639 



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by aptciol Ag«nt 1 Dot* dictated 



ThU doeum.nt contains n.lther r.comm.ndatlons nor conclusion, of th. FBI. II U Ih* properly of th. FBI and U loan.d lo 
your ag.ncy; It and 11. cool.nu arc not to b. dlBlrlbul.d oulsid* your oq.ncy. 

Fleming Exhibit No. 1 



651 



2 

DL 44-1639 

-to go to the church, attempt to locate HJ^LL, and have him call 
FLEMING. He told JAMBS at that time of the Police Department's 
request to furnish a truck for the transporting of OSVIALD. 

A few minutes later, at around 9:45 to 9:55 AM, HALL 
telephonically contacted FILMING. The latter asked HALL who had 
the two keys to the Dallas terminal of the company. HALL told 
-him they were in possession of employees DOli^ALD GOIN and ED DIETRICH, 
FLEMING called DIETRICH and it took him another ten minutes, approxi- 
mately, to contact DIETRICH. He did not tell DIETRICH of the plans 
to move OSV^LD, but merely told him to meet FILMING and HALL at the 
terminal immediately. FI£MING said DONALD ^IN was telephonically 
contacted by HALL and given similar instructions. 

FI£MING then proceeded to the Dallas terminal of the 
company. By the time he arrived, HALL, GOIN and DIETRICH were 
already there, FLEMING, from the terminal, telephonicallyrecon- 
tacted Chief BATCHELOR and ascertained the dimensions of the 
Commerce Street entrance to the Cith Hall garage. FLEMING said 
that by this time such information was unnecessary, because t:he 
other men had been at that garage and knew that the larger truck 
would not go all the way into the entrance. 

FILMING and HALL discussed what truck to take. HALL 
was in favor of using an ordinary armored truck, but FILMING was 
in favor of taking the larger, two-ton Chevrolet truck, because he 
felt this larger truck would be necessary to accommodate the many 
persons w^o he felt would accompany OSVJALD on the transfer. It 
was decided that the larger truck would be used. 

FLEMING said he had left his wrist watch at homa, and 
could not even estimate the time that their conference broke up, 
the time they left the terminal, or the time they arrived at City 
Hall. He added parenthetically that his company was most anxious 
to extend complete cooperation to the Police Department in this or 

Fleming Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



652 



3 

DL 44-1639 

any other matter* because the company was seeking the issuance of 
fifty special officers* permits for its employees to carry guns. 

They then left the teirminal, with HALL driving the larger 
armored vehicle and PUSMING riding as passenger. COIN and DIETRICH 
followed in the smaller vehicle. FILMING believes GOIN drove the 
smaller vehicle, and believes GOIN was the only member of the group 
in uniform. They left the parking lot on Flora Street, drove west 
on Flora to Leonard, south on Leonard to Ross, west on Ross to Pearl 
South on Pearl to Main, west on Main to Hairwood, south on Hart^rood to 
Commerce, and east on Commerce to the entrance of the City Hall 
ga rage • 

HALL backed the truck into the Commerce Street entrance 
of the garage, and was only able to get the rear end in, the cab 
and the four front doors of the truck protruding outside 1:he garage. 
FILMING got out the passenger side, while KALL remained in the truck 
the entire time, with the motor running. The truck fit very snugly 
into the entrance and was so close to the entrance on the passenger 
side that FLEMING had to go asjound the front of the truck and enter 
ths garage on the driver's side of the truck. He recalls there was 
E policeman on guard duty on the passenger side of the garage en- 
trance. He was not a part of the OSWALD guard force, but was merely 
on duty to prevent unauthorized persons from entering and leaving 
the gar&ge. FLEMING does not know the identity of this officer. 

I When FLEMING tried to enter the garage he was challenged 
by ar police officer just Inside the garage. During the course of 
the period he spent there, he was in and out of the garage on- three 
occasions, conferring with the other employees o£ S&lli 'f Irm, «nd he 
was challenged on three occasions, having to identify himself and 
explain the reason for his presence in the garage. 



I 



When FILMING got in the garage, he located and conferred 
with Chief BATCHSLOR. They got into the rear of the truck and checked 

Fleming Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



653 



4 

^L 44-1639 

the locks and other security devices for protecting the prisoner. 
Chief BATCHELOR did not tell FLEMING whan CSVIALD would be brought 
down, the route they should take in going to the County Court House, 
or any other details of the proposed transfer. FI£MING said he 
entered into no discussion with any other police official or em- 
ployee • 

He said the sntaller armored vehicle parked across the 
street from the garage entrance, on the south side of Commerce 
Street, and during the period he was in and out of the garage he 
was checking their position, and conferring with COIN and DIETRICH 
in that truck. He instructed them to follow the larger truck when 
they departed for the Court House, so that should anyihing go wrong 
with the larger truck OSWALD could be immediately transferred to 
the smaller vehicle and the transfer could be accomplished with a 
minimvim of trouble and a maximum of security. 

FIS14ING said he did not see any police officer conferring 
with HALL while the truck was parked in the entrance. He said that 
wtien the shooting occurred he, FILMING, was outside the garage. He 
said the shooting sounded like a cap pistol. He said he was not ti 
a position to see into the garage at the time or immediately after 
the shooting, but he did enter the garage soon thereafter and was 
told by a newspaper reporter that OSWALD had been shot. ; 

FILMING said he never knew OSWALD or RUBY, and i^id not 
see either of them at any time. He said he could not estimate the 
length of time they were at the City Hall garage before the shooting. 
Shortly after the shooting, an ambulance entered the Main Street side 
of the garage to pick up OSWALD, at which time their armored truck 
was kept from leaving the Commerce Street side because it was barred 
by a police cruiser parked in front of it. However, in a short time, 
the police cruiser was moved and the truck then pulled out of the 
garage entrance, and parked across the street on the south side of 
Commerce Street. 

FILMING then located Chief BATCHELOR, told him it did not 

. Fleming Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



654 



5 

DL 44-1639 

look as though the services of the armored truck would be needed 
any longer, to which Chief BATCHELOa agreed, and the four individuals 
from the armored transport fiirm left in the two trucks. He estinsated 
that they left about seven or eight minutes after the shooting of 
OSWAU). 

. Fleming Exhibit No. 1 — Continued 



655 

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UNITED STATES MAP.INE CORPS 

ENLISTMENT CONTRACT AND RECORD 



NAVMC 111 (2)-]>D (REV. I-S) 
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OlEV.4-11}. VHJCH WILL a DSO) 



2/^ Oct 1956 

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5. DATE OF BIRTH 


6. PLACE OF BIRTH (City) 

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4936 Collinwcod Street 


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21 liANK TO WHICH APPOINTED OR 
RiVJ'POINTCD --_ ^ 


22. TRANSFtRRED 

TO U-^I^C RDcD, S-in Dl- -o, California 



23. Examining Surgeon's Certificate. (This certification no longer used.) 

24. For and in consideration of the pay or wages due in the grades which may from time to time be assigned me during the contin- 
uance of my service, I do hereby acknowledge to have voluntarily enlisted in the (A^^ke OTte') (IJ^^United States Marine Corps 

(2) Kr-Tvoof the usitcd'StotPS Mai-iJio'CorpS, as a private, and I agree to and with .Jis_Ai_^.-.-rii _ , 

an oiiicor of the United States Marine Corps (K£j£n'C}C as follows: (Nam, of rccruum, officer) 

"■5 To enter the service of the United States Murine Corps and to report to such post or station of the Marine Corps as I may 
be ordcicd to join, and to the utmost of my power and abilily discharge my several services or duties and be in everything con- 
formable and obedient to the several requirements and law ul commands of the ofiBcers who may be placed over me. 

2(5. I oblige and subject myself to serve un- 
less sooner discharged by proper authority 



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"7 In the event of war or national emergency declared by the President to exist during my term of service, I oblige and subject 
myself to serve until 6 months after the end of that war or national emergency if so required by the Secretary of the Navy 
unless I voluntarily reenlist or extend my enlistment. 

28 I am of legal age to enlist; I have never been found gui'ty of a crime except as stated by me to the recruiting ofUcer; I have 
never deserted from any of the Armed Forces of the United States, and have never been discharged therefrom for any reason 
other than recorded herein. 

"^9 I understand that upon enlistment in the Reserve of tha United States Marine Corps, or upon transfer or assignment thereto. 
i may not be ordered to active duty without my consent except in time of war, or when m the opmion of the President a national 
emergency exists, or when otherwise prescribed by law, and that I may be required to perform active duty during such periods. 
^0 I HAVE HAD THIS CONTRACT FULLY EXPLAINEd'tO ME. I UNDERSTAND IT, AND CERTIFY THAT NO 
ProniSE OF ANY KIND HAS BEEN MADE TO ME CONCERNING ASSIGNMENT TO DUTY, OR PROMOTION 
DURING MY ENLISTMENT. 

37 OaJh of Enlistmen*: I do iclcmnly »wear (or offirm) that I will bear true faith and ollcsianee to the United States of America; 
tha^- I v/ill serve them honestly ond faithfully ogainst all their enemies whomsoever; and that I will obey the orders of the President 
of ihe United Stotes and the orders of the officers appointed over me. according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military^ 
Justice. And I do further swear (or afnrm) that all statements mode by mc. as now given in this record, are correct. // 

SIGNATURE ^SUC^!: ^ > .^_— ---3 L^.-lj. ..^...i. -w 

<'(Firtt name) (Middle name) / (Laet name) 

_ day of .QcLober , A. D 19^54 — 



Subscribed and sworn to before me thia - 2^h — 

SIGNATURE AND RANK OF RECRUITING OFFICER ..i. — -•...i.—i— •- 



u 



le — 04303-3 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 2) 



657 




FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 3) 



658 



RECORD OF SERVICE 



ORGANIZATION 



PRIMARY DUTY 



SIGNATURE OF MARKING OFFICER 







43ep5S 



V.ddi3, i.;C,v ,, -.- TOiiO 



Jg 



ji-JuJ T 






|/^l;£iZ 



Joined 



iKACTIV£ 



nq. MARTC, \\s, a\c 



i.^^^^ 



^ischarvod 



INACTIVE •• 



Bg, VArnr -.v^ r.,,„i,^_ nj^ 



U^- 



to 



final 
Average 



i Urt ^ilt* ^ 



fty dlron-hj/^n 



MiiE (LaM) 



03V/ 



(«'«) 



IMIddle) 



L'ii^ii; 



S£RyiC£ Ha 



^30= 



wnK III (i)-n (Kv. Mi) '««aU» MtimiR tmM iMcM WU N»r S MU) it-rani-I u. s. govexkueht friktik oma ini-S-SiaJsl 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 4) 



659 



/ 



/ 



PROMOTIONS AND REDUCTIONS 



Ttpb or Rank 


\ M03 


Rank 


Date Promoted or 
Reduced 


Rank From 
(Date) 


NCUBEB 

S 


AtTTHORITT 
















Pern 


6741... 
67a 


Pfc 


<>-)»m-^f 


->r)«„_cjj 


"ZZZZ 


■.■SCM..Apj>r..g9.Apr$"8.1^ 


Ferim 


".3y^r^3ZZZ[Z. 


...iW3x59. 















































































































































- - 



RECORD OF EXAMINATION FOR PROMOTION 



Rank tor Which 
Examined 


Date 
Examined 


Test 


Form 


Score 


Date Score 
Recorded 


Authobitt fob Scobb 




■IDJaii^O 


o>io'r 


30'^b • 




— 10Mapg;g 


— CMi" i|-,|. DHr-wlft of lMiar58 




























































-" 


























































































































































































J 














^ 



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AS TO PROMOTION STATUS 
ON TRANSFER TO A NEW ORGANIZATION 



- O wnm or BftB ' w c g x 'B fo p - B» 5& - t w aHBg - p criro A - 11 8 - < ^ 



..<[yp 



.Ojau.j-D..„. 

(LAST NAME) 
HAVMO 118(5)-FD 



-Le» 



(First) 



(Middle)' 



Si^y- 



(Serial No.) 



FoLSOM Exhibit Xo. 1 — Continued (p. 5) 



660 



TIME LOST, ALLOTMENTS. WEAPONS FIRING RECOR^ISCELLANEOUS MARKSMANSHIP 




^^TIME LOST(;n<;fut.v, rfa»ei)E;iS EXT TC 


jiOS EXT TO SIGNATURE 


FBOM— 


TO- 


NUMBER OF DAYS , CiOJSB XJCX&iXKlMSJ 


29Jun5ft 


l3Aiig'>g 


/,«; i scM 


7Dec59 


7ltec62 :k)^Um^ 












. 












: 












s 










s . . 








t i 



S&ys time iost zisde up 

ii<flgl>^tH<jSM!feyaa^gxk'ia!JMfePCxM?gtebS?g?^ 



l/S«C. Ctrtiljirn OtHcar. 



ALLOTMENTS 



^ 



RUSON FXXt STOPTAGE 



y V/Ti- 7 ) 6 /^H 



z:^ 



.6/S2_ 



/— D- 






JLni. 



£91.10 



Jtod_ 



JUOaOiL 



Marparite OSilkU) (liothei 



Marg arlte OSWALD (Mother ) 









WEAPONS FIRING RECORD 




RANGE 


DATE 


COURSE 


WEAPON 


FINAL 
QUALIFICATION 


SIGNATURE OF CERTIFYING OFFICER 
/ 


' 


1 i:- ; r • 


■' 




«5/^ ^l^" 




' • 


■ rn- ^?: 










1 -: 


' '5 


. , ;• 






J^^^f^^ ' 


NAS At3U2i JanaiL 


»Iav58 


FAM / 


Riot Gun 






NAS Atsugi, Japan 


7Ma.v58 


FAM " 


.A5 Pistol 




/Yi-' k.Gci.'U J " 2ndLt. MCR. 


MCAF Santa Ana 


9Mar59 


FAM 


Riot Gun 




,. ,'^ 'T.'. By dir 


MPAC VT Trt-n« Pnl-iP 


(<5Mpy<Q 


irgii 


M-1 


191 MM / 


- "/ •' ' -' Thr j^It 



















































































































































MISCELLANEOUS MARKSMANSHIP 
{Show Nmrjr guntfrj record, pri*** mwmrdad, ofdita lor diatinguUhmd riUmmmn, mtv,) 

























NAvHc iii(i)-n (nv r-«) (i 



MinK iii(i)-ra AND NAnac iii(ia)-n> which will not k used) 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 6) 



661 



MILITARY AND CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTIES AND EDUCATION 



MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTIES 



TITLE OF MOS 



Z^ 



g^Jun^T 



67kl 



AvnElectronicsOper 



CMH Rpri Tta- nF.T -nad-1? of P7May< T 



GflAMM/tR SCHOOL 



HIGH SCHOOL 



COLLEGE— UNIVERSITY 



TDAOE— (USINESS 



HUOR SUIJta 



Aead 



aX 



TEAR 
LETT 

SCHOOL 



1256. 



SCHOOL ATnXDEO AND COURSC 



/ AvnFtmdSGol JAX 



/ ACftWQperGrse Keesler AfB 



1957 



125Z- 



CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS 



X» TITLE (.\foit 



Office Boy 



OCT NO, 

1-23.0P 



YEARS CXfERIENU 



_Vl2- 



ouTiESrtBfORMEo Per formed various clerical duties 
3uch as distributing mail, delivering mes- 
sages & answering telephone, Help>ed file 
records & operated ditto, letter opening L 
sealing madiines. 



JOB TITLE (.Srronrforr oecupatton) 



YEARS EXPERIENCE 



DUTIES PERTORMEO 



TESTING AND SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



A 



Russian 



DA AGO PRT-l57r -i? (r; )i (P) 



COMPREHENSION 



UNOOtSTANDS 



jm- 



-2(P)- 



?gPeb.^9 



CERATES iStme ofmaekine, Mktett, tptlpmtnt, tie.) 



CLASSIFICATION APTITUDE. AND TRADE TESTS 



OCT 



RV 



/ 



AC 



AR 



M. 



fiCT_ 



3i. 



3a 



Ja. 



SR-2 




GRADE— SCOW 



III-IQ.'? 



II-l?! ?, 



TTT-infl 



TTT-QO 



III=2li_ 



11-92 



♦ans from old page 






S/c 



,/■ listLt 



nKFCJKNCf or D^/TV 



DUTY ASSIGNMENT 



Aircraft Maintenance and Repair 



REMARKS AND MISCELLANEOUS OUALIFILATIONS 



Airrraft Mai nt^nanr.w and Raii*tr 



•i? Gomnleted-BS-levei— GROT- . 

23Mar59 tat paBsed USAFI HS GKt^PP. 1-^6, 2-57, 3-55, '^-SS, 5-52 



OBHRLD 



(HrX) 

Lee 



Harv ey 



T^'^^^^ 



NAYHC III (D-PC (RCV. Ml) (SU»ma NAYHC Wt-K (R(V »-«> »HICH MU H USD. ANn Al I Otlim rniTIONS OT NAVMC III (O-M AND NAVMC III (ll)-n 



« «fOilMi— 0-« 



FoLSOM Exhibit Xo. l^Continued (p. 7) 



662 



SUMJIAEY 



.COURT MEMORANDUM 



(SEE INSTRUCTIONS ON REVERSE) 



L C*»GANl7>TION 



KJ^S"! Ma:>~11 lBt> Laif g^r c/o JPO, San granclaco. California 



i DATt or TDKL 



Xl .April 1958 



IL SI'IMJWT or CHABGCS AND SPECIFICATIONS 



Ohg I - Viol art 92 UCMJjjK^ 

Sp«c: - Vlolata a Itf^iul general onier, to wit, para^aph 10a, 30b, lOo 
COMliAVJr'GBJiP^ IftST 5080.10 atd 180ct57, oy having In hia 
poaseaalon a prlTetely-owned weapon that was not registered. 



> ON EACn CHARGE AND STECIFICATION 



Chg I - Guilty; Spec: Guilty 



. sEK7«aA0A,DGED q-q ^g confined at hard lanor for 20 days, to for flat $25.00 per month 

°*'^' 29>ipr58: lor two months and to De reduced to the grade of private. 



t CONVENING 



S ACTION DATIO 



29Apr53: .^proved and ordered executed, but the confinement at hard labol 
for twenty days is suspended for six months, at which time, unless the suspension is ! 
sooner vacated, the sentence to confinement at hard labor for twenty days will be remitted ' 
w i t no ut l u rth e r actioa. — — i 



COMPLETE ONE: 



Q DISBURSING OFFICER NOTIFIED Data 



5 May 1958 



□ PAT STATUS NOT AFFECTED 



L siGruruRE 



LtCol 



. TTTLE AND ORGANIZATION 



CO, MAuS-1 MAG-11 lBtMA» IKS' 

c/o gPO, San Francisco. California 



11. SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY'S ACTION ON FINDINGS AND SENTENCE DATED 



Confinement at hard labor for 28 days vacated on 
Approved end ordered executed. 27 June 1958, 



COMPLETE ONE: 



Q DISIURSIN8 DFnCER NOTIFIED Dale: £1 Xay 1958 C '*^ I^KfUi NOT AFFECTED 



11. naKATUB*' ,r 

U. D. GLENa 



iitCol 



IS. TITLE AND ORGANIZATION 



CO, MACS-1 .MAG-11 IstMjW FMJ 

c/o J'PO, San Francisco, California 



H. ACTION B<r SECKAV. UNDER SECNAV. ASST SECNAV. OR MS DATED 



COMPLETE ONE: 



Q DISBURSING OFFICER NOTIRED Dmie: 



□ PAT STATUS NOT AFFECTED 



II. SIGNATlfRE 



20. TITIE AND ORGANIZATION 



II. SUSPENDED SENTENCE VACATED AND Ur^XECUTED POATfON OT SEiflENCE ORDERED EXEO/TEO 



iTitU of cffictr racatinff tiupetuirm) 



NAME (X/Otl) 

OSV/ALD 



Cftr«l) 

Lee 



(MiddU) 

Harvey 



SERVICE NO. 

1653230 



NAVMC lit (ll)-PO (REV. »-U> 
SUPFRSCDES NAVMC 111 (t3) PO WHICI 
IS OBSOLETE AND KILl. NOT BE USEa 



<nUE IN SRB> 11 1 

FoLSOM Exhibit Xo. 1 — Continued (p. 8) 



663 



«:.V<.i Cf CONVICTION BY COURT-MARTIAL 



1. 0*lC«MI«ItO*« 

MACS-1, MAG-11, latMAW, c/o FPO, San Francisco, California 




l IRIEO •» 

l^.'^ [^ SUMMOT COUDTHMTI/ll Q| SPECItl COURT MAITKl [^ SENHtL COUITMMTItl 


0*lt Of THWL 

27 June 1958 



HADV CT CHARGES *N0 SftClftCATtONS 



Chg I - Violation art 117 UCMJ. SPECj Wrongfully use provdting words to a Staff 
Non-Cominissioned Officer on or about 20 June 1958, at the Bluebird Cafe, Yamato 
Japan. Chg II - Violation art 128 UCMJ, SPEC: Assault a Staff Non-Conmissioned 
Officer by pouring a drink on him on or about 20 June 1958 at the Bluebird Cafe, 
lama to, Japan. 



4. FINOtNGS ON EACH ChARGE AND SPECIFICATIONS: 



Chg I > Guilty STBCi ohg I - Guilty 

Chg II - Not Guilty SPBCi chg I - Not Guilty 



e 



S- SENTENd ADJUDGED 



To be cnfd at hard labor for 28 daya and to FCRF $55*00 per month for 1 month. 



«. CONVENING AUTHORITY'S ACTION 



DATE OF ACTION: 27 JUDS 1958 



Apprd and ordered executed. 



COMPLETE ONE 



g DisiuatiNt ometi hotified dou. JO June 1958 337-58 Q '** "*'•• ""^ «fftcTto 



L 5IGNAT\;RC 



c 

. T). ' GLENN 



u 



W^^'^iAA/V 



LtCol 



10. T1TU AND ORGANIZATION 



Comnanding Officer, MACS-1, MAG-11, latM AW 



11. SUPERVISORX.AUTHORITT'S ACTION ON FINDINGS AND SENTENCE 



i^provod , 



DATE Of ACTION 



U July 1958 



11. 
COMPLETE ONE: J— j Bitu,j|„o QFFICEI NOTIFIED Date: 




Q PAT «TAT«I NOT AffECTEO 


13. SIGNATURE 


Major 


IS. TITU AND ORGANIZATION 

■^. R. GIAMPA Jr. MACS-1, MAG-ll,JIlstMAW 


NAME (lAUn (flrK) 

OSWALD Lft- 




Harv-y 


RANK 

Pvt 


SERVICE NO 

1653230 



NAVMC lll(ll)-PO (REV »-SS) 
SUFlRSEOtS NAVHC 111 (l))-»0 (REV. t-SI) 
«HIOI HAT K USED. AU OTHER VOISIOMS 
ARE OinXTE AND mU MOT K USED, 



(Fit* in SRB-) 



\i{S 



{Siin«d copy to Commmndmnt of the Mmrine Corp* {Code DK)) 
U S. eOVEHNMENT PMNTING oma mS— 0-J4JK5 



FOLSOM ExHiRiT Xo. 1 — Continued (p. 9) 



664 



ADMINISTRATIVE REMARKS 



..r.ot. 



■^r "a^Ks, •^exas 24_Cct.5o_ 

LiniK.le..r.Qr..5s.si/^r.n^.ent..tp..cpmbat__are^^^ 



.until, after.. ISr'.b.Mrthday-.ia.Dct..^-?^. 
Ul-^^s^Ji.P. 



"C 



}U..(^..^'QJJ£:..-Cap.t...U.:iY.C..AiiQ.. 



.^;CAF,..S.aJi.ta Ana,.. Ca.]!^^ ,^,_; 

Ltr neo. dJGcharne hy reaoon of depcnd&aqy .. 

d.td " 17Au:I^.;ft;dV to ..Cn ]3C^ 
recoKtndin^ .approval. 

R.'J. DOUVILL;:, 2ndLt., 



USI-;cn AdninO 



.2S.GP5C 



2^ 



?.5.r2..i;r:i;Q..3.dI.:AW...;kiri:;,.F.P.a.c..iiCAi'. 



Santa Ana Calif 



Request for dependency discharge anproved 



by CG 3c]IIAV/_ _ _ y->/f 



'M:/^:^^h^::.. 



rir-.Fr.-t, 



, h'.< ■ ■ A., . . I iQ.L.D.?>.Rj . ..g.adLt.. J . . .L'.SHC.Rj . . .Adn.i.n.O. ..By. . .d.i.r 



W^ ^&r-^ 



l.Civiej.'.l^ 



w), ^^ iUuu, .j.ii.T. 



JliT 



..3..MA'(..1.S^.[ j^D.NAITC.JackiO.Q.v.LUe,..Fl.on.d.A. 

.Qfan!e.d..FI.NA.t.Qi.pifaoi:e-to-handie«Uw4je<} 

.niatt.er.up.loa.nc).inQ[ij(ling.CQi[flDLNaua,^t',€r 

.ca.r.efyj.checkqfjocgl.recflLji'iiadJ.sdMed 

F.R. StERNKQPFr^^TK^v^bMC 



A^e^^ii?-?...-!;^"-!. -+'-?". -ft?-. -y.u..ky...?.?.-ri9.?-..o 



t?...to...Ci..I.I.I...rf'.;.a.ly.;.iCU_rtd^ 



^J-.-U^H'-'--.-.V.'<^--!..i,.U..'.U-y-7-l»-6-17---i-ai;.UGa 
e-:q.3-i.raU-t.U--yiJ-aC-6a..i-n..acg.d/a.->!.a,ca...3.0.Ld.-& 



--^-^.Ap.r.se? . .KACs-i :j^-.ii. i8i^^^ 

Beii tor ext of o/^» tour to May59_ fwdi rec 
flp.jrovei rebse J» 'C& iBtMi^^ 



3 to C& iBtMiW Flyf 
K. E. LEWIS JR: ; 



7rEHZ330II 



i3 



■'>.-.'^......^'.r^-^^.0-.:.t^\yLi'---U-a.--QH-... 



.26.JjUl:v.0....Jri,..:.A\.T-C,..IM,..G.:-.c;.:.vi.e^^^^ 
r.aC-';.^:...J:-dQ-d--.r-0.^\.-d.ic.c.hgrjxe...by...rc.a.3o.n..p.f...U 



2ncLLt. USMCR 



14j|£r58: >JiCS-l MAft-n 

iixt of overaoeB tour giproved, ^'Ocatlon.. 

tour' date MerM 5. Alii ' CO IstMjfflf ltr of 

H. E. LEI 



!. MAI. 11, FML^W 



LEWIS JH. 2Dd-^t. USMCH 



.f.i-tne.3.s.,...i.n.n.c.c.or.dii.n.CG..\jl.t.h...rrL.r^^^ 

.1. lar.C.o.rj.hn «. . . . .7.F.C. . .:.r;..'^^.I. JD. ^ 

!>-?. . J*;:.! Y.c.n . -C.i t iz.c.ri.s.hi p. . .in . ,S.pv i c t .Rps s iA ♦ 

I!5Se^o^ jiqriiARTcr na"s^ 

Discharged: 13 September i960 
A'^^^horttyr Para 10^7^^^^ 



iRiiftC'icn y.'. tojE Of co'-onci f ji 



KiM4[i.s IK ■■■;t ».<Mio fo'cts Of 
-int-imrwrsTftrrtuVPtriTfCfr"" 



Character: 



DischO CMB-1-bco of 17Au&60 
UNDESIRABLE" 



\^/!f?^>fi?lcAL4i :iflj8r- 



Not Recommended for Reenllstment 
Wsciiarge Certmc^^^ 



_^ direction 



4 

i8.:Mj 



t± 



9n.r. 



'± 



Byfiirr 



iOJ-un58.:MACS.-L MAG.-11 . Is.tKAW.FMF.^- 
amcellati on of. Extensijon. . jof . . D-veraeas. . .tojur. . 

iibnii.tted this.. data, .t. /• 

.C..A1.-..I} 



iat-M:. 



:.;Jy.^.dlr„ 



.L3J-ul5a:..MACSra MAG-11 latKAtf.PMF: 
-QiWiaella.tian . of. Bxtenalon . x>f.. xiveLr.aeaa-taur. 
: appraved. by . CG,. latKAW jdh . .aiul5.8 .. . -New . ilotaiticln 



' .Xo-ur date.la .Novembej? 1^58// .... .^.. 



3y--4ir- 



)\ 



.OSVaLD. 

(sT NAME) 

1 118(1 1)-FD 



Lee 



(First) 



"arvejjr 
(Middle) 



W^^^- 



FoLSOM Exhibit Xo. 1— Continued (p. 10) 



665 



OFFENSES AND PUNISHMENTS 











































































































• 
























^..» 
































































Good Conduct Medal Period Coh«nce8: 3QI3DQa]Q& .^It^rSS :-r^T--,. ^Ju^^^ 





.OSVALD.... 

(LAST NAME) 



.Lee. 



(First) 



ikrvey.. 

(Middle) 



(Serial No.) "' 

U. S. COVERNKENT ntlKHNC OrTKZ IISI— 0-t«3*n 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 11) 



666 



V- 



RECORD OF EMERGENCY DATA 

til INSTtUCTIONS ON tlVIISf •IfOII MAKING INTIIIS 



DESIONATOSS LAST NAM£— fIRST NAMt— XUDOU NAM! 

J)S¥ilD , L»» Harvy 



6. HOME ACX3RESS AT TIME OF eNT«Y INTO iltCVKE 



Tort Worth. T«z«s 



2 PRESENT SERVICE NO. 

16 53230 

7. PdlOll Mil. SERVICE 

n y* a NO 

24 Oct 1956 

(DATE LAST ENUT] 



3. RANK 'RATE 

[_ Prt 

8. FOUAER SEKVCE NO. 

Bot Jtppl 



4. DATE OF tiRTH 5. RELIGION 

180ct39 I Lnth 



». SOCIAL SECURITY NO. 

433-54-3937 



FUST NAME— MCDIE NAME— LAST F;AME (If dtnotti, » ilol»; 
10. WIFE OR HUSAAND III nvm, lo ircri*; 



Sin^« 



1 1 . NAME OF CHILMEN III r 



I ituiu. II t*mp or odcptmfl, m ttoH) 



MARRIED SEX OATf V Mm 



fioae 



Robe rt B. Le« OStfJLD 

13. MOTHER 

Mergoerit* (Claverie) OSWALD 



ADDRESS 

Deceased 



4936 Colllryood St.. fort Worth. Z^xaM 



U. ADULT NECT OF KIN NOT NAAAEO IN ANY OTHER ITEM 

John Sdvciid PIC 



4936 Collliarood St.. Tort Worth. Tex— 



RELATONSHrP 



DATE Of URTH 



Ion* 



IS. fERSON(S| NAMD AtOVE WHO ARC NOT TO K NOTIFIED DUE 

TO III HEAITX _ 

SOBO 



DESIGNATIONS 



14. BENEFICIARY FOR GRATUITY PAY IN EVENT 
THERE IS NO SURVIVING SPOUSE OR EU- 
GIBLE CHILD(RENI. NAME PARENTS OR 
BROTHERS OR SISTERS ONLY (P 1. 881 
84f*t CoogwMj 



FIRST NAAAE— MIDDLE NAM— LAST NAME 



Margnerif (ClftTeri<)OSWAU) Sene ae ^13 



RELATIONSHIP 



Wother 



17 BENEFICIARY OR BENEFICIARIES 
FOR UNPAID PAY AND ALLOW- 
ANCES )P I 147. 8<!h Cofi- 
9'..i) PERCENT Of SHARES 
MUST TOTAL 1 00 PERCENT. 



100 



MTgi«rite(01ayerie)0SW/LiD Sema aa ^13 



Mother 



18. PERSON TO RECEIVE ALLOT. 
MENT OF PAY IF MISSING OR 
UNABLE TO TRANSMIT FUNDS. 



^'W 



Marcasrlte(Cl&rerie)OSWAL<I) Same aa fl3 



Mother 



19. MSURANCE POLICIES IN FORCE NCLUDING USGLI AND NSLI (AgwKwi lo bs norifiKJ i 



I of declti in octive wrvic) 



FULl NAME AND ADDRESS Of COMPANY 



ADDRESS OF OFFICE RECEIVING PAYMENT OR HOME OFFICE 



lona 



20. SERVICE ORGANIZATION AND ADDRESS OF DESIGNATOR 



MjCS-1 MA&-11 letMiW TMT o/o TPO. San Tranciaco. California 

Ji. siGNAjua 



fi.D. SAiiSI, Opl. USMO 



22. SIGNATURE OF DESIGNATO* 



DATE SIGfCD 



^Kx^ ^-^ 



^^:.y 



Ql% FORM OO y Pr^riom EdJHoni or. obloWl*. 

*'" 1 Dk J6 ''*" • For Nsvf. Msrmt Carpi. *mJ Ctail OmarJ ml: Will be used in lieu of DD Form 93. 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1— Coiitiniiecl (p. 12) 



667 



SEA AND AIR TRAVEL-EMBARKATION SLIPS 



21 August 1957 ecibarked on board the U. S, S. BEXAR at San Diego, California 
ard depp.rted therefrom on 7.2 Axigust 1957. Arrived and disembarked at 
yoko3'ika/y«ii ijinna?, Japan, on 12 September 1957* 

Arr. Con, U, S. 

J :;p. Con, U, So 



KUL C. BfiAN 



22 ilQRUst 1957 



Captain, UoMC 



2 Movonber 1958 anbarked on board USMS BARRETT, at Japan, and departed 
therefrom 2 Novonber 1958. .irrivod and dise. barked at San Francisco, 
California, on 15 November 1958. 
Arrived CONUS 15 Movenbar 1958 



/5 



R, ^f. CLEMENS, IstLt., USMC 



embarked on board , at 



and departed therefrom Arrived and disembarked at 



Arr. Con. U. S. 
Dep. Con. U. S. 



U.S.M.C. 



embarked on board , at - 

(Date) 

and departed therefrom Arrived and disembarked at 

, on - 

Arr. Con. U. S 

(D»to) 

Dep. Con. U. S - U.S.M.C. 



OSWALD 
"(LAST NAME) 

NAVMO I18(1D-PD 



Lec 

''"""(Firat)" 



iiarvey 
' (Middiej' 



1653230 
(Serial No.) 



^ '•. 4. M*f..«ii>T Mi.tiM .rrtcs !•— MOfl*-l 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 13) 



668 



la. 


T-lO' -^^.v 


t&» 


Coda 




;i.oa 




i:> -^^i 


iP6. 



i^ai ttoblHcaticn Florj-drc Cf;io-.-)r, ::ocili;: ./vioi^ ,?lai-iiivj 3rwjicih 
To I Ck):::-i.'inlaiit oT tho ^larltio Cor.- a (Code l) 
J Vial Ca:;.-:iador, Marino 'dr Roooi'v-o Trair.iaj 

3ubji i>i.sch-:xcQ V roaoon of rJ.s(>--uluctj o-ca of Privato Urot Clr-^w 

LoQ. n, c':.;rALo 1653230 ir^MCii (ciao.-, in) 

1« nca.ulroocod end forv:urdod« 

2* 1510 oibloct nanod Miirino was uiod; iPjci fc-.^r. tho U. o, narir.o C-urr-o 
Boctorvo orfcctlvo 13 voptOHbDr' 19^# •i'O icia .Uocliorjod oa Unlsniraolo by 
rocijon or nluconuuoty and woa isouod cm UouOJirablo .Ji&ch•'.lI:^;;^ Gcrtii'ioata 



M. G. lETSCHER 
By direction 



FoLSOM Exhibit Xo. 1 — Continued (p. 14) 

190.0 ^/'1^£^^\a:^^ 

29 Au^u3£ I960 ,J^^^ 



cA 



rifiSi SHDO&SS^KT to cm: DlftchArg« OrtUr DlB-1-bco of 17A'js60 

Troat Cona&oder, KarizM Air &&&«rvo Iraialr3 

To: Officer In Ch&rgo, Aviation Easorv« Records Section, M\B,TC, 
U. S. Naval Air Statioa« Clesviaw, Illiaoia 

Subjt Tificharga by reason of ua'fitnesa; case of Private ?isst Class 
lie H.. OSWALD • 1653230 USira. (Class III) ' 

1.' 7ou are directed, to discharge the sVibJcct nssied san on tbe earliest 
practicable data, citing CYZ Discharge Order Dl-S-l-bco of 17 Auju8t.l960 
and reference (b) as authority for discharge. Upon discharge all obligated 
service is tenalnated. 

2* Issue the. type 'discharge provided in refeirsn^e (*). 

3. P?on discharge, this corrospcndonce shall bo endorsed to indicate the 
data o£-discharge, character of discharge and fora s\nber of diach&rge 
certificate Issued and retunad Co this hoadquarters for filing. 

4. • Tfa* closed out seri^ice rooord' book vlll be forvar^ed, under separata 
covar, to this haadquar cars for forvardins to trho C^ ' (Coda OZ) . . 



7. S. SJICS 
By dlrecClQQ 

FoLsoM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 15) 

669 



D::Ti-i-bco 

DATE: 17 Au3 1960 
* • 
T3: C'C- -r-.ior. Marine- Air. Ilocc:?^© TraSrsln^, C. S, Naval Air ^ 
Staticz, Clenvlcv, Illico2,a .' . 

Prirat* First ciao« Leo H. OSyALD 1653230 US::CR; xSiachargo of 



Ca) PA«. 10254 r:irCor:!:in A 
(» PAR. . 10277. 2f M:irCo:r:!na ■ • v 
• («) PAB. 10300 M^rrCor^'zn ^ . • 

' , ^ _. • ■-, , . . . I. r*^ 1 

1. Rcirs dV^*::."^.- tJ:^ Et;':;^-5:-:i, IzzS-j C:2 Vj-zc!C:z'r.'Jz^ c--:::. ' . -r.:i-i ror in rcfcfc.-::j 6), by rc::sn of 
t:2fitr;C03 t.lth an tmdesirr.bl® 'di8chc?20» ist Ccc r.-'iico with tho authority 
containcc in roferrrscc (b). 



D a g-^—yrTT "-*-''^^ tsaesa TaccsBssaRsa rssa eccsiai^TOaCrxirs cr^Tsa rcs:3£^Jsaesz:~^ro tea Msstr ovrr 



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FoLSOM Exhibit Xo. 1 — Continued (p. 16) 



670 



RESERVE RETIREMENT CREDIT RCPukT 



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FOLSOM Exhibit Xo. 1 — Continued (p. 17) 



744-730 O— 64— vol, XIX 44 



671 



In R'-ply Rc-tcr to: 

Code 5 0/r-T:cgra 

ICOG 

23 July 1960 

From: T/'oblU;::.U:a Planning Officer, I.ToblllTatlon Planning Branch 

To; Co:r.\:v^i\J,c: , Mairlac Air K'..-;';crvc Training 

SubJ: riscluryw by i\.cjion ot Uraitacos; rcconimondatlon for, cace of 
rrlvato Fir.-:: ClacG Leo K. CS'-.'ALD 1033230 USMCR 

Ref: (a) Para 10277,2F MarCorMan 

(b) NOJ^TCOM Order 1 62 G , 1 

(c) CMC CpUltx Vii-IALV of : :ur 00 

(d) ] 10, GUI ND corJldcnttal report ucrlal C2040-C of 8 Jun 60 
('j) 1 10, 3th ND coiifldentlal report serial 02296-E of 27 Jun 60 
(f) Para 4016.3b PRAM 

Lncl: (I) Pago 3 Trom PFC OSV/ALD's SUIi 

(2) Pago 3g from PFC OSWALD 's SIvB 

(3) Page 12 frora PFC OSWALD'S GkD 
U) Page 13 from PFC OSVv^LD's SaB 
(z) Pago 13a frcni PFC CSV.ALD'si.ijAB 
(G) Pago 11 from PFC OSWAU" 's Cr^ 

(7) Copy of COMART Itr 5 0/Ji:T:rGr of 2G Apr 60 

(e) Copy of COMART Itr 50/]ZT:rg5.- of 24 Jun GO v;lth envelope 
marked 'Uaclaiiaed" 

1. It Is rcicommcadcd that the subject nomcd marine bo discharged from tho 
U.S. iviarUic Corpn Reserve by rcacon of unfUnecs In accordance with refer- 
ences (a), (b) 4ind (c), 

2. References (d) and (o) contain reports of PFC OSWALD'S activities. 
Information contained In references (d) and (o) Is also available In files 
of tho Office of Naval Intelligence . 

3. Tho SxB of tho subject named marine Indicates: 

a, Enllstedi 24 Oct 56 fo; three (3) year^ . z:::5Uatlcn of Obligated 
service: 23 October 62, 

b. No prior sorvlco, 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Contiimecl (p. 18) 



672 



Code ' c/Jx:'r:c~ni 
VjOO 

c, Averags Conduct 2v!arli: 3,0 Avorugc ?roflcLci-icy Merk: 4.1. 
Tec Ckiciosurcs (1) and (2). 

d, Oircnccs: Sec cncloDuro;: (3) thru (3), 

4. Rcfcrcncxj (f ) waa compiled \wlui as evidenced by enclosure' (O). 

5. A Ictt'-T Informing PFC 03V;aLD of hln rlrjhtz es'j outlhicd In rcfoTCJnco (b) 
v/ac rocoi.rcGct Icr by his mother, l^'rc, i.!i.~r<j'-iCiltc Grv/cld, An attjr.ipt was 
node to Iniori.-i ??C OCWALD of the ccavcAiag date of the board hcc.ring his 
caco, liov/cvor, tho letter v/as rctixncd .narhcd "Uficlalmod". Geo enclosures 
(7) an-i (G). 

FoLSOM Exhibit Xo. 1— Continued (,p. 19) 



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cr to: 


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2/, J 


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'i* k r.a:r..i of cr.Iccrs vlli cc..vc>:':0 to oc\^ilC:y ^-cur c-ro ai C.Cj 
*.'U .lr;j Uc:::::c:ui> U» i^. liuV-l Air JU^tlc;;;, Glcz-vlc;;, illl:xic# 

7 :>t.:-': I cc'iccr:^!. I;; ^"clc:* o:\.co to Cilu .^ d-^i-ir'-Civ;:;, :rlcr to tbo 



M. G. LETSCHEH 
By direction 

FoLsoM Exhibit Xo. ' 1 — Continued (p. 20) 



673 



iTi r.cpi:- 7 ::cT tot 



TIjO let-tor nC Co-r;x-r, :;-:z-o Air ?c::c:'^o 7^:^^^rJ: -, :^:y:"Tsr-r 
rvor 19C0 oT 2C A-ril If^'-O, to ynnr a-.'-z -:^--UC bv l.':: re vst T -r 
I> .vi^:t cili;:cr:r;".i:i. An l::xcz^:.- ':::±or: c .re ^-:^^•: • ■^llu rrtucr •/n uco;: 
o-::u\.C!toa by ::J^lit;iv' c;\i'L;o- i tic j cv u *; .. c; no vdll "bo pIr-Cwi "..-^Corc r 
I.:.-;- J o? oCTlccrw vl^lcli ;;ill :cc" .: i'. v....-.t y a^ c;o:. lo vot: ;' . o J in, or 

l*c?L!r ccri, o- cour:;o> xi.".o tl.;-.. ri,"l.t t.^ rpyo- r It. -^..ro-n r/_- ;•■■ -.-./crrcnt 
nuy i-.ctrj or cvu,:Ior.cc u.J.cL voiila ri';:;i:..-i; tl.o '..-•'vd in r-c-^c: ii. * itrj do- 
o:.-icn. T}.e lottcr or r6 April 19o0, ir.:;:r ccI hi:; or t:c;:o rr.;: -i-s. In 
vicr.; c.7 t: o frxt tr-rrt ho hjic iVvt iri?6vr.Gd t;.::) li: clrt:r/.'t.or3 !^,^ I>/d crr- 
rw-;t 5jxl^:vor.a nr.u tli^it lio Ir-C IcTt tl.o Uratcd 3«' t..^ vriti.-rj.t -^-rr^icoior., 
it ii-. ccnrjidcrcd t;.r^t i lctL.:r :vcr,t ^-. t: -^ a.r:it r^dihcr^o on filo nt thic; 
i:c:iJo-'---i^-- "3 c.v.r:ic±oi't rotiricnticn. :; letter ;dll bo sent l\: 
corwlficd r-rdl Inforri.:;^ yoiir i:or; of ti.c c-:n.'c;.-in5; d-i.to of ti:c 'orvi'd* 

Cliculd you l»o ss'MrJTQ of cry -:ict:: cr.' in-;o:-.-.:;tior '.;hich vovld nnsiat 
tho oorvvl in orvalucitin^ youi' oc^rJo cc^o, it ±c, av/'-cotcd thit yro Tor- 
vz'cu tho". to thia TTcad^i-^rtorci* 

It 1g rcrrottod that actior. ci? this r;r,tis'c r:t;3t be ta^zc;- in ^-our 



First Idi:utcr.,'u-.t '!• S. ?l':rir.o Corpa 

Acb„ir.iotro.tivc Ofricor 
Aviation Cliiss III rccorvc Section 

FoLSOM Exhibit \o. 1 — Continued (p. 21) 



674 






^13 i*".rlcv, Fcrt i-'or;. ,'.;..: a 

.».-'•.■... ; - » ■ ■■> ' ■■ ■ ■" ' -•».;•■■% .'■ , • I c» " ■'. •. • .■ r 

>♦ ;'i,.u ;-vo l;:o rij'it tc tA^v- :■'' '• - :'^--- ■» "-^ *0 l-a ^^^-i.-e:;::;;- ., I7 

,^^ «... .,,„,-,-, ■ ■: „ _„...,^„-1 ., ^ ... ,.,■,•>,.»■•. /C.^ ■;■'•-. I • ■■:■ •. 1-rt 

^•4, »,'.: „(^_-'«. . , ^ •. - - .,'y C-»i.-.vi. u.^j _, -..i* i , ^- L-.~-' .i »» !»«-■ U .-.. V'i,...~ .- v<-,.. J ••-.i.U 

5» u-^o:....^^ (1) i*j TciV-^ruc^ to ;'ca Tor cc:.ilct'.c:a r.:iil i-ciwir.! ^:v f.lj 

i-.o c;\;i;:,:xo to ^Lo ;jwcrr^x:r.t» 

?• IT no ii:::;!:*^^ ia rocoivci !;Mal-i i'c:-t^>-rivo (4.D) c.-ya i'ri:. t' o d.^to 



^^,j. G. LETSGIffiR 
By direction 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 22) 



675 



NOTICE OF OBLIGATED SERVICE 

iumwxKi (BtV t-w tDmox khicm 

■ «T K USED FOR •-¥{<■ OSLIGOtK) 



/wsTRt/cr/o/vs 

PrepmrB in quatfrupticalm 
Originmt to Service Record Book 
Duplicmte to CMC (.Code DCH) 
Tripticmte to member 

Quadruplicate to district director conct 
X out thoee worda which do ryot apply 



MKCOr MCUBER 



1653230 



RANK 



67a 



1. You, having assumed the ^-year military service obligation prescribed by law upon your (ijfdytAeiy (enlistment) in the 



U, S, I'^i'lnc Corpa 



Mm, 



24 Octobor 



iBranek of Armed Forcea initiaUi/ entered) 

and having served in the United States Marine Corps {^/J/^from 24 TctODOT 



— , 19*^ . 
., 19_^, to 



II ScTJtcrbcT 



59 



, 19 , are hereby (released from active duty and transferred to the Marine Corps Reserve) 

JJiMr^'J^fdi lii^tJHJiJ^fi/ill^ox the remainder of that _6^-year period which ends on S DcCC^jbCT , 19.-^31 

unless sooner discharged. During that period you are deemed by law to be a member of the Marine Corps Reserve and will be 
subject to such training and service as is now or may hereafter be authorized by law for members of the Marine Corps Reserve. 
2. You are (assigned to) /jV/i/^/^/the (Ready) //t^/lViVReserve, Class/^ (III). You are further (transferred to) 

/iiUUM the-- ''-^r> o Ajy nccarvo Training Corrrr4 

(C/niC or diatriet) 

address of which is: ^'-^^l Air Ttation^ Clcrr/H^, HHr^ aia 



You have g^iven your future mailing address as: 



([/fit't or dittriet addreti) 

yiTJ^ rest 5th .street 



Forth 'Torth, Texas 



3. This Notice of Obligated Service executed for and on behalf of the United Slates Marine Corps at: 

11 rc^cr-!:cr 



ITKADQTWRTFRS AND HEADQUARTERS SQUADRON 

^^ • -'vr? CORPS AIR STATION 
EL TOIJO (SANTA ANA), CALirOi^NIA 



.,19 



59 




4. I hereby acknowledge receipt of this Notice of Obligated Service. 



SIGNATURE OF MEMBER . 



/V--' l . u< ' . ^"--^ 



This is to certify that a copy of this Notice of Obligated Service was/X/tWMi>A<>) (delivered to) the man named above. 



^ ioa AXJ&aS. JRa Lt^ l^ClK ^ 




FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1— Continued (p. 23) 



E454ii 



6T6 



CH^c: LIST FOR i':: enlistsd j* i'i;;g 



This form will be initiated upon receipt of all service records and will be 
processed in the order listed below: 



/J ^$9-^ 



RECEIVING AND ORDER SECTION Date Initials 

Check Page 3 f /entries 

Check Page $, 8 

Pull Page 16 / y 

Check Form 10288-PD -^ ^.Z' 

Reserve status entry, Page 11 J^ gA Stj-^" "'^ ^^ 

Make joining entries 

Ready (/) Standby ( ) - . S£2_J35S 

PEBD 

OBLIGATED SERVICE rr.GTION 

DATA PROCESSING INSTALLATION ^_ y 

SIGNATURES 

FOR FILE AND VSRIFIC/.TION 

This Service Record will not be filed -10CTi959 

unless all routings are initialled, " _____ 




CLASSIFICATION 



ANY ADDITIONAL ACTION REQUIRED 



^l^ 




FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 24) 



HP TJARTERS AND HEAD'^UARTERS SQUA* t 
J. S. LIARINE CORPS AIR STATION 

EL TORO, Santa ana, CALIFCRNIA 



'V-..-^ 



(Date) 



I unde.^tand that I must retain all articles of individual uniform 
clothing that has b^en issued to me v/hile on active duty for use 
during the remainder of my obligated service; I further understand 
that in the event I join an organized Karine Cork's Reserve Unit or 
am recalled to active duty or if I should reenlist in the Marine 
Cor.^s, I will be required to replace any missing items pf clothing 
at my cwn expense. 



(Signature) 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 25) 



677 



Oa'fA LD Lee 



I SCEVICi 

1 1 6 .' ?3 ?... . 



22Dec^ 



i J_d_l'g_MjilCgRC;.SCO D of P 1-3 D SNS TI 
I SFRAN 19-22IIovg8 pro 2 3Nc 



y 



19Jan59 



Emb Govt Air and dp pArt.pfl MC^A.q 7.1 



Toro (Santa Ana) Calif fnr ADCT l-'iQ 



MCAAS Yuma Arl?. Ant.h rr. ?rlMAU Tty cj^r 



7-59 of lejanSq 



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OFpht?? 



9Mar5:9 



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Change PEED to^Decbo u3 days time lo^ 6-59 



Arr MGAS El Toro (Santa Ana) Calif 



G o vt Ai r f r ilGA^ ' J Yuma A r iz c on n ADEX 



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T9-P2fJov';fl pro ?3Nf>v-1 RPpn^B del 



19-?QDec'^B trav PlDec'^B awtg asg 3dMAV 



SHOirr.n HK 1 9Mnvt;B-i 3Den5B del 



Pro tn Pfr rk f r 1>lar59 Aiith MCQ 



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Drop tr to HJiHS MCAS this sta for rel 



fr acdu 



Jd f or rel fr ac du fr MAr.S-9 MWHr. 3H 



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Drop rel fr rc. du hy re asnn nf hard 



ship xTf t±x]mraxtr by S^ to CI TTT 



Read/ MCH Asprt MAt?TC N'A'^ r.T.RW Aiith 



para 1U273 MA^nOPyAr; ^ Mm 191)0. 2R f. 



:G 3d MAW'S Ena of 31Aup';9 23 days ITT. 



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OTHER INFORIUnON 



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FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 26) 



I VOS {COMP/RES I UNIT 



DATE JOINED UNIT 

22Dec58 



Pfc 



DATE OF RANK 

lMar59 



EXP OBVACTIVE 
SERVICE 

7Doc59 



DEPENDENTS 20 





6741 



f^fc/^ 



TOTAL MONTHS 21 



DATE ARR/OEP 22 
U. S. 

15Nov58 



'^ 



/ 



TOTAL MONTHS 23 



DATE OF BIRTH 24 

I80ct39 



CONTRACT LIMITATK 



TRNG DESIG & PROM OUAl. 9 



LOCATION TOUR DATE 13 



D8C58 



MOBIL ASSIGNMENT 



^ 



SERVICE SCHOOLS COUP 

KAD IMTC JAX 57 
ACJ:'.' I'eesler A^'B 5'i 



105 



125 



100 



90 



94 
ROT 



92 



SPL CATEGORY 



CIVILIAN EDUCATION 

HS Ij U3AFI 
equiv crs 



DUTY ASSIGNMENT 



CIVILIAN OCCUPATION 

Office Boy 
12302 



32 ANNIVERSARY 33 



NAME 

OSWALD Leo H 



1653230 



^!L 



RANK 

e- -7- 



0097(> 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 27) 



678 



NOTICE OF OBLIGATED SERVICE 

NtVMC 102?* TO (REV 10- «) 
(SUrtBSfDCS (PEV ?-Wl EOmON WHICH 
[ USED FOR l-YEAR OBLIGORS) 



f 



INSTRUCTIONS 
Prvparc in quadruplicate 
Original to Service Record Book 
Duplicate to CMC (Code DGH) 
Triplicate to member 

Quadruplicate to district director conci 
X out thoae words which do not apply 



MME OF MEMBER 



OSWALD, Lee Harvey 

1. You, having assumed the 



SERVICE NO. 

1653230 



RANK 

PFC E-2 



-year military service obligation prescribed by law upon your ( 



~yfJi(^J/ 



_6V^_ 



(enlistment) in the 



U, S, Marine Corps 



t Branch of Armad Forces mUtaJ/y entered) 

and having served in the United States Marine Corps (' 



(Reserve), on- 



24 October 



., 19^ 



56 



mw^ 



from- 



24. October 



56 

-, 19__, to 



11 September 



59 

, 19 , are hereby (released from active duty and transferred to the Marine Corps Reserve) 



MwmjmjuHjmjJM 



for the remainder of that 



-year period which ends on 



8 December 



_, 19 



62 



unless sooner discharged. During that period you are deemed by law to be a member of the Marine Corps Reserve and will be 
subject to such training and service as is now or may hereafter be authorized by law for members of the Marine Corps Reserve. 
2. You are (assigned to) /^^{/^j<>(/the (Ready) //t^/dW^/Reserve, Class//i^ (HI)- You are further (transferred to) 

U^IMJIJ) the Mar ine Air Reserve Training Command 

Wnit or dutHet) 

address of which is: Naval Air Station, Glenview, Illinois 



You have given your future mailing address as:. 



( Unit or dittriet addrctt) 

312J, West 5th Street 



Forth Worth, Texas 



3. This Notice of Obligated Service executed for and on behalf of the United Slates Marine Corps at: 

11 September 

Headquarters and headquarters squadt?ov °" 

MA'!I\^ CORPS AIR STATION 
EL TOJiO (SANTA ANA), CALIFOJWU 



.,19. 



59 




4. I hereby acknowledge receipt of this Notice of Obligated Service. 



SIGNATURE OF MEMBER . 



^^ t-'^^ / T%;, -. 



This is to certify that a copy of this Notice of Obligated Service was j^^bjidjM) (delivered to) the man named above. 



NATURE V^ *— - 

^^•AYER5,JR,. L 




E454il 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Oontinued (p. 28) 



679 



SECURITY TERMINATION STAi'EMSNT 
OF NAV FORM 5511-14 

HEADQUARTERS AilD HEATQUARTERS SQUADRON 
U. S. r/iARIi;E CORI'S aIR 3TATI0N 
EL TORO (SANTA /iNA) CALIFORNIA 

1, I hereby certify that I have conforned to the directives contained in the 
U.> S. Navy Security Manual for Classified Matter and Registered Publication 
Manual in that I have returned to the Naval Establishment all classified 
natter v/hich I have had in my possession. 

2, I further certify that 1 am not retaining or taking away with i-ne from my 
place of employment (du-J;) any document or thing containing or incorporating 
information affecting the National Defense of other hatter Classified, Top 
Secret, Secret, or Confidential to which I obtained access during my employment 
(duty), in any manner whatsoever, 

3. I shall not hereafter in any manner reveal or divulge to any person any in- 
formation affecting the National Defense, Classified, Top Ser-.ret, Secret, or 
Confidential, or which I have gained Knowledge during my employntn^ (duty), 
except as may be hereafter authorized in writing by officials of the Naval 
Establishment empowered to grant such authority. 

(If any of the above statements cannot truthfully be made, 
the word "not" shall be stricken out of the appropriate 
sentence and a full statement attached hereto indication in 
detail the circumstances which prevent the making of the state- 
ment in its original form, includint the names of the persons 
authorizing the particular handling of classified matter) 

4. I. LEE HARVEY OSWALD 1653230 have been infomed and am aware that 18 
U. S. C, 1946 ed.. Sup, IV, 792-797 and the Internal Security Act of 1950 pre- 
scribe severe penalties for unlawfully divulging information affecting the 
National Defense. I certify that I have read and understand appendices B, D, 
E, F, and H of the U. S. Navy Security Manual for Classified J^atter, I have 
been informed and am av/are that certain categories of ReseiT^e and Retired 
personell on inactive duty can be recalled to duty, under the pertinent pro- 
visions of law relationg to e^ch class for trial by court-martial fcr unlawful 
disclosure of information. I have been informed and am av;are that the making 
of a vdlfully false statement herein renders me subject to trial therefore, as 
provided by 18 U. S, C, 1946 ed,. Sup, IV, 1001, 




itLt., USMCR 072172 ■ ^<- A-y.'-U , /Mc'^c/ /6SZ 3-S^, 
(File of Ser No) (Full Namej/' (Ser No) 



Officer in Charge Separati(»i Section 11 September 1959 

(Date) 

FoLsoM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 29) 



680 



81 AUG 1959 



FIFTH t:: ::^{T^l.-'ZnT oa Pfc 0^-i.t *r U.T of 1? Aurj 19|19 

rroi: Co-r-!nr.Jir»',; Ccricr?!!, j'..' TrhV' 'Jrora'Tt ''in-i 

To: Oy-iiin.'Ani crflccr, :!cn,.;.-':art..-:r^ r.;!/ :s::nJrruart<-rs 

.':•'-':'->. 'rori ("'IC Arcn r^ci^arAtlrj-'i S*ctio;i), K'S-i, 11 Toro 

r>u>;Jj '"'Isc^nrnc ?.:y rracon of ""nr 'c'll r., rr-u.-^st for cc'- of 
Frivrae First Claj-s ( ,-:;) l^c : . Vy'-\U) I'/^JP',../ .r:l 

ncf: (■•) OT -on r"l7!,>' '-r '■^■' 
(•. ) Mrr'^rTnc Order i:2;.lc 

1. T:. • .. r?r;f5Ca nnJ f orv;nr-:' •;> .! ri;7;;ro-ri!v: thr: rcco-»"Jcn:-atioa of 
tho ];rv -. ; iiity'Ocr'viV.fcncy L-Ic.r::r.r- - I ;^'\r.J to f;rr;ara*c Private 
First ^ i"-s'(--:^) Lee H. OJ.' .>.l: " i;:i^:;::;0/::7M fro-^ the U. S. 
■'-arl. ' .r-ps. 

r:, i;i '\ccor;:r.:icc Vfith aut!.:!-/! ty cc-.:;^ •■ Inp-J In reference; (t!) 

n.v. (c), ?rivr.tc First Cl-•i^^^ ( — r ) .- . 'l..;i v/lll be rcaDslj-'wd to 

your CO r')an-: for scprAratlon. . 

".■• Ir. ncccr nncc i/lth- the :'.rc>vi'.. i-on-H of suLpnra.'jrDp.i of 
rofofv-Ticc (1 ), it Is rcquc^-tr.: IV.-it, upon coolctiori of .M.i-.riinij)- 
tr.^tivc proccnL-in-; t.'ic insic I-*:tt',r .c-.aJ all jiup/ortir;': :;ai:'CTs 
iif; forv/ar^o.: to the CorinanOttrU of the ''nrlnc Corpti(c;o.;.: 'v^'O, 
ntiJ that a co;Ty of your cn<'orr>e-icrit l.s.- rurnithcj this connnJ, 



C. i!. il'^/I: 



Cop*/ to! 

CO, ^'?';-n (rr;- or.lv) 
CO, •rC--9 {c:v; jriiy) 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 30) 



681 



\ 



1ST MARINE AIROIAFT 'rv'Il.T}, AIRCR*\FT, Fi^, PACIFIC 
o/o FLEET POST 0F7XCE, SAN FRA1ICI3C0, CALIFOiniA 

257/jfni 

A17-3 
161-SJ 

JUL 1 4 i95B 
In tho* foregoinij caso of Loe fU Oowald, private, U, S, Marine Corps, 
the contsnco as ap'TOved and ordered exocutoi by tho convening auth- 
ority is approved* 

This record . has • btjon rovioued in accordance v/ith the provisions of 
Article 65c, Uniform Code .of )lilitary Justice* The record of trial 
>dll bo disposed of in accoi*danco with 1955 ^'3 l'£tl, iection 0120. 



Colonol, U. 3, .\"trino Corps 
Chiof of Staff, lat r^irinu Aircraft ;.in3, Aix'craft, Ry, Pacific 

Supervisory Aut^lority 



^opy to J 

CO, K4G-.11 /. 



/' 



CEPTiriFn '■ TRUE COPY 




ptSa- 






FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 31) 



682 



c/o ?r.:j:T ?0oT gkkic;^, g,v': K.a ::.:..;•/> ca:...fo-i::ia 



.•.17-3 
161-SU 

9 July 1953 



;-r;v!o;:A?3i]M 



Trot:; ,'inr Tav; f-ViCcinllst 
To: Chirf of nt^ff 

.^,;bjj 3'iL'-iin:u*y Court-'iirtial, case of loe H. v'^swld, pi-ivAto, U.O:'.C 

1. r-.V.j'^ct ccnrt-m-iptlf 1 h-'.s b'^i'*" r '■vl(.".'si p'lr-a-aMnt, to tho pivvloions 
cf '.rticlo (i'jc, •Jniforn Coie of MlAtir/ .^•i<?t5co. 

2. Ir. rf'vle^'l-'-; 3'iirt or.Gs no errors or ir'-oTuL'iritieu >fero noted, other 
tl.An the failuro of tho r'.'cord t>-> rcflrct Is-ill;' adi Is jibl ? cviilcnce of 
the or,- prior co';viction consi '^rcri by tho court. TJic accusoi 7:lo?.clod 
rot '^uirLty to ill chir£:?3 ■'— ,d ?j'-^r;ific>.tiono. ■=?inco h3 vvs four.-l guilty 
of nnlv cno chiTi-^o ^nd rpoclfic ition thf^ r^Mrrmi-y of th« evldsnco will bo 
15riitod to t\,ci a "r'ved findi.n— onV/, 

'3', '':^chnicr\l "sr-'e-.nt ".odri.'v'jcz ir/i two Cu-i.-ranions \;or3 se-'.tod in r, 
G :.ff . :1t) uccu.'ici '■-prroAch'ci thoir tjblo. lie spLllf>; p^xrt of a J.-ink 
on 'Lho Tochnic'il Car,;-a'^nt. i.'iotltjr tlila vrao .iC cider, taly or not ••'n im 
ir...uo in th-j cac3. Ap.arantjy th .- court '.-.ocidoJ thit it v.-as acci-.i':tal, 
'.■:v-.'i t;ivj driru< w.ia spill-d "-h:? T.i'-.li.-iical 'oi*/?int nrosa and s!xv -i tho 
•^.ccua<:d a'.i'uy. I'lio rscultvod in thfj 'iccuscd Invitinr tha oor;teant out- 
uiu.;, I'-ia Cor::oant te3tlfic4 th-.t the actual wordc all.."i:;:xi were ■,:;cd. 
This v.-.-iG corroboratc-cl by another •.dtvior-c, "ihn accuoei tcitifir.-cl ia his 
oun behalf, Tl^.Q Gubst-uica of his t^ntlwony -./-an tl.at h.^ folt that the 
rarf^oUit had it in for him, ,Hc had achod to bo trnnsfcnrcd fro.Ti vmuor 
hio cov^-nizance. This >iad been rciVo^d. M:: tectlficd that ho vciit ovar 
to see tho sor^-^eanL for the purport of diiCusrini the situat :;n v.'ith hi/aj 
that tho drink uao spillsd aociiunta"' Ly; md that ".lo vas 3o,-::'..-..':;at intox- 
icati^d, II.j romoir.bcred inviti:," th'-j accuri_d cutolde but did not rcTwdbor 
calli.a.'^ hin y>illo^ or anything like that. 

.'*, Tlio findin.p;s ars coiTcct in law and fact and th.; Q\ridenco is sufficient 
to esta* lish ,i;uilt "brr/ond rcaaoaablo doubt, Th3 victir.s' testir.ony \fas 
corrcboratod by disinterested vdtn«sse3; the accuseds' testimony admitted 
certain natorial aspects of it; unJ did not ncr.y utterin,^ t,ho words 
char.i^od. As a nvatter of fact Ma corpetercy as a vd.tncas ia Boriously 
inpared tgr his own admieaion that ha vao drurJc. 

FoLsoM Exhibit Xo. 1 — Continued (p. 32) 



2S9/jfa 
'U7-3 

161-S'J 

9 July 1953 

5, Evan %rf.thout 'jvidonoa of t?w one prior conviction tho Oflntijr.co La 
Icffil and AT-propri-'te for tho offenso. This was deter'-iined by rrifcronca 
to'^thc table of mxinum piuaishnients ccntain-d in MIH 1951* ^n^"- by r.ferenoe 
to oentencea ifn^osed in like cases. Its approval ia rccoir„-'iondcd, /ci 
action roflocting nty recommendation has boon prepared for your consider- 
ation. 

Very respectfully, 

Coranandor, U, S. Navy 
FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 33) 

683 



c/o flel:t rvsT CF7IC.:, 3Jv Fii ■.1xCi:;gc, cajjfjiin'Ia 

257/drf 

.U7-3 

100-CU 

IIAY 2 1 1953 

In -ho fore.^ing case of Loo II. CovT-ld, private fir-t clasr, l- . "■■. l-hrina 
Ccv^p the acntenco as approved, ordered executed and cuspenile'j fc;-' the cor 
v<nin;T, ^.uthority is ap -roved, 

?y '■•■cf.y hev-sj the convening nuthority is auvised Uiat tha procccxiin.^, 
fini.l: r^, '^n^ the oentcinco of the caoo ara firal and. conciuGive ir; the 
Sv..n."T Oi /j'ticlo I^U i^r^ 7^ of tho Uniforic Code of lalit ^ry Jiistioc, Ae- 
ccr^lL -ly, tho c- nvonin,'? authority la directed to t.'"vk<3 tha tidnLrd.'vtr.itive 
actic/; re-'ilrod by 1955 I'3 I-i;]', Section OllS, vdth respect to th^ service 
rocoi*^i bor.k of the accused, 

Thi.v record ha 3 been reviowed in accorduxo vdth tha provisi .no of Arti-( 
cle 6'jc, Uniform Code of J-Iiiitary Justice. Tha record of trial vill be 
dispciiod of in accordance with the provisions of 1955 N3 ILl^, Section 012D 



Colonel, U. S, Mirino Corpa 
jj^ Chief of Staff, let Kurina /drcraft vring, /drcraft, FIF, Pacific 

^'V Gupervipory Authority 

Co-y tc: 
•r, I. .>11 

•*0, l--iCS— 1 



€2::ir!F!F.n a true coF'g 



IsiLt USMCR 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 34) 



684 



UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES 

CONSENT, uECLARATION OF PARENT OR LEGAL uoAROIAN 

(FOR THE ENLISTySNT OF A MINOB IN THE U.S. AgUED FOKCES) 



LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE NAME OF APPLICANT FOR ENLISTMENT 



_j]siiaiii#_i£E iJijaii. 



PLACE OF APPLICATION FOR ENLISTMENT 



.y TCXAS 



NAME OF P*^£NT(SI OR LEGAL*^&U ARO I AN SIGNING CONSENT 



la RGUERKE-Ce^ilLD- 



AOORESS (NumbT tnd mlrft or KFD. City or Town) 



I1936 CoHlmroo d St.. Fort Worth Tarrant 

ADDRESS OFOTMER PARENT IF SEPARATED fWuslxr «nrf«tr*«t or JtroJ COUNTY 
Citr or Town) 



2S- 



Df.tQhnr 



TEA* 



SERVICE-0Rt;0MP9NENT FOR WH ICM tONSENT IS 
GIVEN ^■. ■'■'■',; /-,.-,. t^Z 



RELATIONSHIP (Ftthmr, Mothor .^ItStf ' 
Oaardian) 



Texas 



PLACE OF BIRTH OF APPLICANT (City or Town mnd Staf) 



Mew Qrlnana. Louisiana 



DATE OF BIRTH 



OAT 



MONTH 

Octobp.r 



TEAK 

193 9 



l/WE 00 HEREBY CERTIFY, THAT THE ABOVE APPLICANT HAS NO OTHER LEGAL GUARDIAN THAN ME/US. AND I /WE HEREBY CON- 
SENT TO HIS/HER ENLISTMENT IN THE SERVICE OR COMPONENT OF THE ARMED FORCES AS INDICATED ABOVE, SUBJECT TO ALL THE 
REQUIREMENTS AND LAWFUL COMMANDS OF THE OFFICERS WHO MAY, FROM TIME TO TIME, BE PLACED OVER HIM/HER; AND I /WE 
HEREBY CERTIFY THAT NO PROMISE OF ANY KINO HAS BEEN MADE TO ME/US CONCERNING ASSIGNMENT TO DUTY OR PROMOTION DUR- 
ING HIS/HER ENLISTMENT AS AN INDUCEMENT TO ME/US TO SIGN THIS CONSENT; AND I /WE DO HEREBY RELINQUISH ALL CLAIM TO 
HIS/HER SERVICE AND TO ANY WAGES OR COMPENSATION FOR SUCH SERVICE. (Thim doom not mpplr to pemcotimo r.<«rr« 
compononf) I /WE UNDERSTAND THAT IF HE/SHE BECOMES A CANDIDATE FOR ANY SERVICE ACADEMY, FOR OFFICER CANDIDATE 
TRAINING OR AVIATION CADET TRAINING AND IF AS A CONSEQUENCE IS REMOVED FROM GENERAL SERVICE IN ORDER TO PREPARE 
FOR ENTRANCE AND SUBSEQUENTLY FAILS TO PASS THE ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS, HE/SHE WILL BE RETURNED TO GENERAL SERVICE. 

I /WE THOROUSHLr UNDERSTAWO THAT l/WE HAVE CONSENTED TO HIS/HER EHLISTMEJIT IN THE SERVICE OR COMPOHEHT OF THE 



■ • i.!»» • * ••••••••••••• ••♦ •••••• • • 



[TE OSTALD 



'iw± 



My c^MjmivSpmYm^ 13.57/ 

VI. ?.m A}. (; ISGT.f DSf.C 



PARENT 0* LE«AL eUAtOIAN 



RrCIUITING OFFICE) 01 DECIIUITEII 



0THE« PA«EIIT (It rtquirod) 



VERIFICATION OF DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH OF APPLICANT (For u«« by 



ruitini otfico) 



LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE NAME 



06ULD, I£E SIRVEY 



PLACE OF BIRTH (City or Town mnd Stmto) 



mm ORUANS. LOUISI&N&. 



DATE OF BIRTH 



DAY 

2S_ 



MONTH 

XTOBER 



YEAR 

1939 



HOW VERI FIED 



BIRTH CERTgX<?A1S. 



RECORDS IN FUNERAL HOME OF PAT J. IfcUAHON-COBORN COMPANT, Cm OF IffiW ORIEANS, 
PARISH OF ORIEANS, STATE OF LOUISIANA, SHCEJS THAT ROBERT LEE CBnALD, FATHER OF 
I£E HARVET OBKALD, DIED AT HEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, 0N19 AUGUST 1939* 



H^BI02I "C. ROSE p"^SQT. . UStC 

•^ SieHATUItE OF lECIUlTEII 



' r^ FORM 'Cfy'Sl b5vMt,5. i.CO liarvev ll.Co» .n»*».>l| ^ „. s. ourrEnMMn tauiuKU Ptn;;» usi o - j»t.-M 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 35) 



686 







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OSVMLD Lee "arvey '^ iCoG^ioO 


(LAST NAME 

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Fi:Di.ii\r, iiLn!r..v.u of invicstk. 'ion 

W.SIIINCTO.N 2S. D. C 



^^' 



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r.io following FBI record, NUMBER 3 27 9 25 D 



. is furnished FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. 



Marinc 



NAMI ANO NUMBER 



Lee Harvey 

Oswald 

#1653230 



0:y 



10-24-56! 



r "ronton 




OltrOtlTIOH 



Notaiiuns iiuUratcd by * ARE NOT BASED ON FIXGI-.HI'RINTS IN FBI files. The notations are based on data 
formerly furnished this Bureau concerning individuuls of the same or similar names or aliases and ARE LISTED 
ONLY AS INTESTIGATIVE LEADS. 



1« — TOW>-H •. I 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 37) 



687 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX 45 




DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 

NAVY DISCHARGE REVIEW BOARD 
WASHINGTON 25. D. C. 



IN REPLY REFTR TO 

EXOS:QB(33) 
JAPtgjc 



From: 
To: 

Sub J: 



President, Navy Discharge Review Board 
Commandant of the Marine Corps 



OSWALD. Lee Harvey 



Ex-Pfc 



1653230 



USMC 



Review of Discharge of and transmittal of enclosures listed below 

Refi (a) Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 19hh (P.L. 3U6-7eth Cong.) 

End: 1. NDRB findings, conclusion and decision 

2, Cop7 of NDRB letter to subject individual 
3« Service Record 

1. In accordance with Sec. 301 of Ref. (a), the Navy Discharge Review Board 
has reviewed the discharge given to the subject individvial. The date of 
review was 10 July 1963 . 

* 

2. The Secretary of the Navy has reviewed the proceedings of the Board and 
taken £.;tion as indicated: 



BOARD DECISION 
/~7 Change to 
^ No Change 



SECNA7 ACTION 
/S Approved 
/ / Disapproved 



EFFECT 



/ / Change to 
/joa/ No Change 



/ 7 Modify or Correct (See Board's Decision) / / Modify or Correct 

3. This letter and enclosures should be placed with subject's records. 

U. Enclosiures (listed above) are forwarded for appropriate disposition. 
Return receipt is requested. 



D. W. BOVmN 



From: Commandant of the Marine Corps 

To: President, Navy Discharge Review Board 

1. Receipt of above mentioned enclosxires is hereby acknowledged. 



NAVEXOS 1900/2 (REV. 11-62) 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 38) 



B 2 2 2 9 4 



688 




DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 

NAVY OISCHARGC REVIEW BOARO 
WASHINGTON 25. D. C. 



IN REPUr REFER TO 

EXOS:QB(33) 



.r, Leo H. Os-rald 
p. 0. Box 3OG6I 
i.'ew Orleans, La, 



Dear"-* Cnralcl: 



The review of jour discharge has been completed in 
accordance with the regulations governing the procedures 
of this Board, Careful consideration was given to the 
evidence presented in your behalf as well as that contained 
in your official records. The Secretary of the Navy has 
reviewed the proceedings of the Board. 

It is the decision that no change, correction or 
modification is warranted in your discharge. 

Sincerely yours. 



Captcin, Uf-N 

President 

Navy Discharge Review Board 



Ends: Original Discharge Certificate , 

Two (2) letters dated 31 Jan 1^62, 13 Nov I96I, 

Information on Reenlistment 



NAVEXOS 1900/1 (REV. 11-^2) 



B 2 2 3 3 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 39) 



689 



JAPtP.lc 






D# 8812 


Rrvir* Of Trtf DiSCH»Rr.E of-_,,,,_ , _ 

QSWATDj T^ft Harvey 


Ex-Pfc 16';3230 


U£HC 


CHARACTER Of OISCHAPCE Rf tt 1 vf 

UNDESCUKFIT") 


CONCLUSION 



The service record of petitioner shows that he was discharged as unfit for good and 
sufficient reasons. This was based on reliable information which indicated that he 
had renounced his U.S. citizenship with the intentions of becoming a permanent citizm 
of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Further, that petitioner brou^t dis- 
credit to the Marine Corps through adverse newspaper publicity, which was generated 
by the foregoing action, and had thereby, in the opinion of his commanding officer, 
proved himself \infit for retention in the naval service. 

After careful consideration of the facts presented in all available records of the 
Department of the Navy and of the claims and evidence submitted, the Board finds that 
the discharge was proper and equitable under standards of law and discipline applicable 
at the time, or since made applicable, and that the discharge accurately reflects 
petitioner's conduct and character during the period of service vrtiich was tenninated 
by the discharge. Not finding sufficient evidence to support a contrary conclusion, 
the Board condvides that no change, correction or modification should be made in the 
type or character of the discharge. 



DECISION NO CHANGE . ^BaoBooCKXKMX 

It is the decision of the Board that the character of the discharge originally issued 
is proper and that no change, correction or modification be made in the Undesirable 
Discharge. 



RtadjmlMtnl Act of ISii. P.L. 3i6-7Sth Congr 




Prc^s-ifient 



BOARD MEMBERS 



USMC 



MEMBEB - 



7IrHl' 



SZTtDKr-VSH 



R.^n. CARIDCK, UCOL, USMC 



I 



f /oitmTmaj. usmcr 



RECORDER .■ytE.R'n-r.l ED TO B£-'^gEliI_^;^^»'<>--C-' 

\/A. POLIDORI. MAJ, USMCR 



i'ew^i 



ReviW^d and Arfprove^^JJ-**- ^ 



SMCR 



XXUXKXXaOiXXMS) 



^('A C. VI. TRAVIS. CAFT. USN 

Director, Navy Cotmcil o? Personnel Boards 



REVIEW OF DISCHARGE 
.NAVE3<OS-2409 (REV. 6-61) 



rAUL ^JJ«'ttf Jaj the Navy 

Undfir fiOfirntnry of tho Havy 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 40) 



690 



JAP:gJc D# 8bl2 

OSWALD, Lee Harvey Ex-Pfc 1653230 USMC 
Summary of Servlcet Commendations and Offenses; (CONT'D) 

llSep59 Released from active duty (Honorable) and assigned to Ready Reserve, Class 
III, Transferred to MARTC, NAS, (iLenview, 111., for completion of o years 
obligated service ending 8Dec62, 



MEDICAL RECORD: Contains nothing pertinent. 



UQ, MARTC, NAS, Glenviev, 111. 

29Jul60 Mobilization Planning Officer, recommended pet be discharged by reason of 
unfitness based on reliable information vdiich indicated that pet had re- 
nounced his U.S. citizenship with the intentions of becoming a permanent 
citizen of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Pet's case was heard 
(in absentia) by the Hardship, Retention and Desirability Board who recom- 
mended discharge by reason of unfitness. Pet was notified by certified 
mail that a board would convene to determine his fitness, and afforded him 
his ri^ts. The correspondence was returned \inclalmed. The findings, 
opinions and recommendations of the Board were approved by CCMART on 9Aug60, 
and forwarded to CMC for final determination, 

17Aug60 CMC approved and directed discharge. 

13Sep60 Discharged by HQ, MARTC, NAS, Glenview, HI., Auth para 10277. 2f, MCM. 

FoLsoM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 41) 



691 



REVIEW OF OISCHIKGE 
NAVt,xos-.MOq (HEv. r.r.i) 



TO: SECRETARY OF THE NAVY 



DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 

NAVY DISCHARGE REVIEW BOARD 



JAPt^-lc 



e8i2 



REVIE* OF T'l DISCHARGE OF: 



OSWAID^ Lee Harvey Ex-Pfc 16^3230 USMC 



CMABACTER OF DI5CMARCE RECEIVED 



UNDES(UMFrr) 



mm 



PETl TIONER PRESENT 



D 



H' 



RECO RD OF PROCEEDI NGS OF REVrEWMAPF 
I I VES [X] NO 



DATE OF REVIE* 



iaTiii63 



DATE OF FMHY IN NAVAL SERVICE 



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SUMMARY OF PETITIONER'S CLAIN 



/Petitioner requests recoremendation for reenlistraent, review of 
case and appropriate action. He submitted a brief vihich essentially states that hfs 
discharge was improperly issued. Also included was pet's statement and two letters 
from the U.S. EWbassy, Moscow, As requested by pet, his lengthy statement was read 
to the board. It contained his contention that the Undesirable Discharge Board found 
against hira primarily on the grounds that he went to USSR and allegedly renounced his 
U.S. citizenship to become a citizen of that country. Pet denied this adlegation and 
claimed that since he had a choice of residence as an American citizen, such action 
could not be judged as being fair or impartiail. He further stated that he did not 
violate any U.S. laws by his actions and quoted in pairt, an American Einbassy, Moscow 
letter lAiich stated: "Meanwhile, your continued retention of your present Soviet 
passport or an extension thereof does not prejudice in any way your claim to American 
citizenship," 



lKay57 
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27Jun58 SuraCM 



SUfcWARY OF SERVICE. COMMENDATIONS. AND OFFENSES: 

Enl for 3 years. No prior service claimed. Attained equiv of Hig^ School grad throu^ 
DSAFI; Ga:ad U6/5U AmFundScol, JAX and completed AC&V/OperCrse, Keesler AFB, 
Pro to lyc. 

MACS-1, yj^G-11, IstMAW, FMF 

SumCM Violate a lawful general order by having in his possession a pid- 
vately-owned weapon that was not registered. Sent as appr: CHL 
for 20 days and forf $25.00 per mo for two mos and red to PVT, 
(Confinement suspended for 6 mos etc., but vacated on 27Jun58) 

1, Wrongfully use provoking words to a Staff NCO. (found guilty) 

2. Assaiat a Staff NCO (found not guilty) 
Sent as appr: CHL for 28 days and forf $55,00 per mo for 1 month, 

SubUnit 1, H&MS 11, MAG-11, IstMAW 

SRB JAG found that injury received by pet on 270ct57 as a result of 

an accidental discharge of a weapon, was incurred in line of duty 
and not result of misconduct, (Upon opening his locker, a ,22 
cal pistol fell to the floor and discharged, wounding pet in the 
left elbow,) 

MACS-9. MWHG. 3dMAW, AirFMFPac 

Pro to PFC 

Pet submitted a request for dependency discharge, by reason of hardship 

on the part of his mother. Pet appeared before the Hardship/Dependency 

discharge Board who recommended that he be released from active duty for 

reason of dependency, Appr by CG, 3dMAW on 31Aug59« 



170ct58 



lMar59 
17Aug59 



(SEE ATTACHED SHEET) 
FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 42) 



692 



A- -jcr 



r. I.oe. H, Osv/aid 
;\linina Stroct, 4-24 
!insii, U.S.S-R. 



Dear .".r, Csv/ald: 

This iG in reply to year letter cT 22 -"^arc;. 1962 
concerning your di3chai-:^e as unJesirable, 

1".:.3 headquarters ha~ no a-uthcr ity to change t.c 
v.'-fo of dischar."^G -i::cuod in yc r c^.rre* Your rwC>--r:-i 
: ■ to the u'avy Dicc::'.r'e Tcvi-. v/ Joard, Dc,part:.r^n\;. 
.^r the- l:avy, '.'a3hi".3ton 2>, T. C. I have thercrorG 
c closed an inior:r,ation pa. -.-h let do5cribin^ tht 
:c:iid's fuHCticn to.^^ctl.cr v:it"i an a; ylicaticn. 

Sincerely, 



PALL ;.'• SLABAUGii 
Lieutenant Colonel, U, S. r.arinc ocrps 
Assistant i'ead, Discipline Branch, Person;. cl Departnent 
3y direction of tha Coirjaandant of ti.e ...^'ine Corps 

End: 

(1) NAVLXOS P-70 

(2) DD Form 293 



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FoLsoM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 43) 



693 



R E C E I _J'_T 

23 November I963 

The undersigned certifies that on this date 
he received of William £. Odom, OASD (Public Affairs) the original 
letters listed below obtained from the personnel files of 
Lee H. Oswald, formerly of the USMCt 

1. Letter addressed by Oswald to Secretary of the 
Navy dated January 30« 196l« copy attached. 

2. Letter addressed by Oswald to R. McC. Tompkins, 

Brigadier General, USM, Ass. Director of Personnel, dated March 

22, 1962, copy attached. 

The originals of these letters are to^e returned 

following laboratory analysis. i^.^^^-^-j^ l / 

EDWARD 0. PALMER 
SPECIAL AGENT 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 44) 



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FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 47) 



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DISCHARGE ORDER ^ DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 

«A»^c itMi fo lEADQUARTERS UNITED STATES MARINE COK 

WASHINGTON 25. D. C. 



r/.?.-i-bc-.i 

DATE: 1"? -'•^"t. -i--"-" 



TO: Conaiider, Marine Air Reserve Training, U, S, Naval /JLr 
Station, Clenview, Illinois ^ 

FROM: COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS (CODE DMB), WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



Private First Class Lee H. OSWALD 1653230 USMCR; discbarge of 



(a) PAR. 10254 MartorMan 

(b) PAR 10277. 2f }!arCorMan / 

(c) PAR 10300 MarCorMan ^ 

1. Please discharge the subject-named, issuing the typn of discharge certificate provided for in reference C6), by reason of 
imfitncsc witli an uiidcsirable discbarge, in accordance with tbe authority 
contaiiicd in reference (b). 

2, Please note and comply with the below-indicated instructions: 

LJ SUBJECT IS NOW UNDER ORDERS TO REPORT TO YOUR COMMAND FROM AN OVERSEAS STATION. 

1 I IN EVENT SUBJECT-NAMED HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED FROM YOUR COMMAND TO A CONLUS STATION FORWARD THESE ORDERS TO HIS PRESENT DUTY 

STATION. 
I I IF SUBJECT-NAMED HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED OVERSEAS. PLEASE RETURN THESE ORDERS ALONG WITH DETAILS OF TRANSFER. 

U IF SUBJECT-NAMED MUST BE TRANSFERRED FOR DISCHARGE. THESE ORDERS SHOULD BE FORWARDED IMMEDIATELY TO THE PLACE OF TRANSFER. 

I I ADVISE THIS HEADQUARTERS (CODE DMB) OF THE DATE THIS DISCHARGE IS EFFECTED. 



R. MC LELLAN ' 

By direction. 



COPY TO: aKK>2£X55X5L3G55X 



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FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 48) 



697 



ROUTING SHEET 



DISCIPLINE BTMiCll 



Routing 


Addressee 


'Date 


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RECRUITING 


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FoLsoM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 49) 



698 



.<ECOMHEN0ATION FOR DISPOSITION OF UNDESIRABLE DISCHARGE 
MVNC K9 u-ro (ftev. i-m) 



■ .«i a»>i; ifirat 
CS-.AL-: Lee 


Harvey 


StRUCt no. 
1653230 


?rc 


COHPOKI 

USr.CR 


DATE 

17Au£60 


0<T[ or iiiTH 

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ntci OF imTH 
::9v; Orleans, 


Louisiana 


20 


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240c t56 


PUCt OF DUIT 

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riOIOUS «CTIVI S(I)«ICE 

2^C.ct5n-llSen5? USKC 


TOTtL SCDVICt 

3 yrs 10 mo 



PaCVIOUS OFFCaSCS 



llApr58 SC.-: viol art 92; 27Jun53 SCI-i viol art 11? & 128 



■ •lis OF •ccoaNE>o«rioii 



See CLG Itr 0?-921D/ck serial 015422P92 of 4Au£60 of which OSWALD is the subject 



IrtdE SiMPlt CHAHOES ««0 SPtCIFICATIOIIS PREPMtO A>D SUBJECT COHFIKXTEO 
HITK SlWCt 


010 SUBJECT AGREE 1" »RITI»G TO ACCEPT UHOESIRABIE DISCHARGE FOR THE GOOO OF 
SERVICE A«0 TO ESCAPE TRIAL BT GC". A«0 THAT SUCH SEPARATIOH MAY DEPRIVE HIN Of 
VIRTUAILT ALL "IS RIGHTS A? A VETERA* UHOER FEDERAL AMD STATE LEGISlATIORt 


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HCOICAL opinion 




PtHOIHG OISCIPLIHART ACTIO" <If onjr; 


Kor.e 




None 



STATEMEar OF THE SUBJECT rJdaijsiOn, taninl Or la ItHtmnt) 

I.'o gt-^temt^nt. Refused to answer correspondence 



•ECOHHEaOATlOa OF SUBJECT'S COHHA>DlaG OFFICER 

Discharge L4W psra 10277.2f MarCorKan 
3oard concurs 



ACTIOR AHO/OR RCCOHHCIIOATIOII OF COHHAROIIIG GCRCRAL (tf My) 

Concurs 



nCOHMEaOATIOR 



Discharge as undesirable for reason of unfitness lAW para 10277 •2f KarCortlan 



HEAD, DISCIPLINE BRANCH, PERSONNEL DEPARTUENT: 






AMrovtl rtqulrad when 'RECOWENDATION* vtrlat fron the 'RECOMIENOATION OF SUBJECT'S COtWANDINQ OFFICER*. 



DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS (IMITIALS) : 
(OR PSSSOH DESrCHiTEDI 



FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 50) 



699 



744-730 O— 64— vol. XIX- 



-46 



04/FDS/r\TOi 

1900 

9 Aucust 1960 

THIRD ENDORSEMENT on Mobilization Planning Officer, Mobilization Planning 
Branch Itr 50/JET:cgin over 1900 of 27 July 1960 

From: Comniander, Marine Air Reserve Training 
To: Comnandant of the Marine Corps (Code DK) 

Sub j : Discharge by reason of, Unfitness ; recomraendation for, case of Private 
First Class Lee H. OSWALD 1653230 USMCR (Class III) 

1. Readdresseu and for\jarded for review and final detennination . The 
findings, opinion and recommendation of tha/^#^"d Are approved. 




F. E. LEEK 
FoLsoM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 51) 



700 



04/FDG/r;mi 
1900 
j 29 July 1960 

' FIRST EIDORSEIJENT on Lbbilization Planning Cfficcr, Ilobilization Planning 
Branch Itr 50/JET:c3in over 1900 of 27 July 1960 

j From: Commander, l-Iarine Air Reserve Training 

' To: Senior Member, Hardship, retention and desirability board 

Subj: Discharge by reason of Unfitness; recommendation for, case of Private 
First Class Lee H. OSWAID 1653230 USICR (Class III) 

Rcf : (d) COMART Itr 04/FDS/rv«n over 5420 of 1 July 1960 

1, Reference (d) established a board to consider recommendations for 
discharge due to vinfitness. Accordingly, you are directed to convene 
to consider the recommendations contained in the basic letter, 

2, Upon completion of the board action, you vjill return all papers by 
endorsement hereon. The proceedings of the board will be made an enclosure 
thereto. 



F. D. STICE 
By direction 



1900 

8 August 1960 



SECOND ENDORSEMENT 



From: Senior Member, Hardship, retention and desirability board 
To: Commander, Marine Air Reserve Training 

End: (9) Proceedings of the Board 

1. Returned. 

2. Enclosure (9) contains the Proceedings of the Board for the subject 
case. 




FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 52) 



701 



Proceedings of the board to consider recomnendations for the dischargee 
b>- reason of unfitness in the case of Private First Class Lee H. OSWALD 
1653230 USMCR (Class III). 

PRESENT Lieutenant Colonel John E. CCSGRIFF 016710 US"C Senior Viemher 
Lieutenant Colonel Donald 0. BRAZEAL 028340 USMCJ^Member 
Captain Harlan E. TRENT 052235 USMC Member (Recorder) 

The board met at 1000, 8 August I960 at Headquarters, Marine Air Reserve 
Training Command, U. S. Naval Air Station, Glenview, Illinois. 

Private First Class OSWALD v«.s not present and did not submit any evidence 
or statements in his own behalf, 

FINDIN'GS 

1. The Coimnandant of the Marine Corps Speedletter of 8 March I960 to 
Commander, Marine Air Reseirve Training directed processing of Pfc OSWALD 
for discharge in accordance with paragraph 10277. 2f Marine Corps J'feuiual. 

OPINION 

That references (d) and (e), which were reviewed by the Board, contain 
information concerning the actions of Private First Class OSWALD \Aich 
warrants that he not be retained in the Marine Corps Reserve. 

RECOMMENDATION 

That Private First Class Lee H. OSWALD 1653230 DSMCR be discharged for 
unfitness in accordance with paragraph 10277. 2f Marine Corps Manual. 




DONALD 0. BRAZEAL '-^ \ HARL&N E. TRET 



DONAID 0. BRAZEAL '-^ \ HARLAN E. TRENT 
LtCol /tSMd/' LtCol USMC^- Capt USMCR • 

FoLSOM Exhibit No. 1 — Continued (p. 53) 

In Rsply Rofcr To: 

Cod e 5 G/jflT : eg rn 

ISOO 

2S July lObO 

c. Average Conduct Marie: 3 ,9 Average Proficiency Mar'.;: 4.1. 
.;oo oncloGuros (1) and (2). 

d. Gff'-n::c:;: ucc cncloojr-,:: (3) Liiru (o). 

4. Reference (f ) was compiled vrrui Cij 2vLd.jnccd by enclosure (3). 

5. -- lc:::;r informing PFC OSV/ALi: of his rlg.its as outlined In reference (b) 
v.'cs receipted for by his mother, l.Irs. Marguerite Ci.wald. An attempt v/as 
made to i.'.form PFC OS'MI-JJD of Ic.Q convening date of the board hearing his 
case, hc-.vever,