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OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATIORNEY GENERAL
WASHI NGTON, D.C. 20530
MAY 2 9 IS80
Mr. Alan J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
Re: Appeal No. 80- 0735
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New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman :
You appeal ed from the action of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation on your request for access to records per-
taining to Matty Brescia.
As a resul t of discussions between Bureau personnel
and members of my staff, the Bureau has agreed to process
one main file-- Correspondence-- maintained on Mr . Brescia
and to search for and process any records containing
references that pertain to Mr. Brescia and the John F.
Kennedy assassination. The Bureau wi ll r espond to you
directly in this regard. If you are dissatisfied with its
ultimate a ction, you may again appeal to this Office.
Inasmuc h as my action on your appeal does not consti-
tute a complete grant of access, I am compelled by statute
and Department r egulation to inform you of your right to
judicial relief . Such relief is available to you in the
Unite d States District Court for the judicial district in
which you reside or have your principal p l ace of business,
or in the District of Columbia , which is also where the
records sought are located .
Sincerely ,
John H. Shenefield
Associate Attorney General
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Offic of Priv
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OFfiCE OF THE ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr. Alan J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
MAY I 4 1£00
Re : Matty Brescia
This is to advise you that your administrative appeal
to the Associate Attorney General from the action by the
Federal Bureau of Investigation on your
request for information from the files of the Department of
Justice was received by this Office on April 25, 1980 .
This Office has a substantial backlog of pending appeals
received prior to yours and a shortage of attorneys . In an
attempt to afford each appellant equal _and impartial treatment,
we have adopted a general practice of assigning appeals to
Office attorneys in the approximate order of receipt. Your
appeal has been assigned number 80-0785 . Please mention this
number in any future correspondence with this Office concerning
this specific appeal.
We will notify you of the decision of the Associate
Attorney General on your appeal as soon as we can . The
necessity of this delay is regretted and your continuing
courtesy is appreciated.
anice Adams
Administrative Staff Assistant
Office of Privacy and Information
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
W."SHINCTON, D. C. 20535
Mr. Alan Jules Weberrnan
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberrnan:
April 11, 1980
This is in reference to your Freedom of Information-
Privacy Acts request for information pertaining to Matty
Brescia.
Please be advised that in handling requests concern-
ing a third party, this Bureau is governed by Title 5,
United States Code, Section 552a, popularly known as the
Privacy Act, specifically Subsection (b), which prohibits
the release of personal information concerning a living
person without that individual's written authorization.
To confirm or deny investigative interest in the individual
you have identified as the subject of your request, would,
of itself, reveal personal information concerning a third
person. This decision is predicated upon a determination
that there is insufficient publ i c interest in the subject
matter of your request to require release of personal
records under the Freedom of Information Act.
If you obtain an authorization from Mr. Brescia,
directing the release of information concerning himself
to you, please have it notarized and submit the original to
this Bureau.
However, that material which is retrievable through
our indices and contains Brescia's name in connection with
Jack Ruby's involvement in the John F. Kennedy Assassination
case may be available to you at a duplication cost of 10¢
per page. If you desire this material, if any, please
indicate so to us.
Along with the notarized authorization, you should
also furnish   data, such as .Mr. Brescia's complete
Mr. Alan Jules Weberman
name and date and place of birth, to insure an accurate
search of our records.
Upon receipt of the above-mentioned notarized
authorization and identifying data, we will search the index
to our central records and advise you of the results.
If you so desire, you may appeal to the Associate
Attorney General from any denial contained herin. Appeals
should be directed in writing to the Associate Attorney
General (Attention: Office of Privacy and Information
Appeals), United States Department of Justice, Washington,
D. c. 20530, within 30 days from receipt of this letter.
The envelope and letter should be clearly marked "Freedom
of Information Appeal" or "Information Appeal." Please cite
the Freedom of Information-Privacy Acts number assigned to
your request so that it may be easily identified.
Sincerely yours,
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David G. Flanders, Chie f
Freedom of Information-Privacy
Acts Branch
Records Management Division
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASDINCTON, D. C. 20535
July 2, 1980
Mr. Alan J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr . Weberman:
This is in reference to your Freedom of Information-Privacy
Acts (FOIPA) request for information pertaining to Matty Brescia.
As a result of your Administrative Appeal to the
u. S. Department of \ Justice, the FBI has agreed to process documents
per taining to Mr. Brescia and to release documents, which were
previously processed and released to another requester, containing
information that pertains to Mr. Brescia and the John F. Kennedy
assassination.
For your information, as a result of the large number
of FOIPA requests received by the FBI, some delay may be encountered
in processing your request. You may be assured that the FBI has
allocated substantial resour ces, including manpower, to insure
that delays in responding to FOIPA requests are mini mized. We
sol i cit your patience and under standing and assure you that your
request will be processed as soon as possible.
Sincerely yours,
 
David G. Flanders, Chief
Fr eedom of Information-Privacy
Acts Branch
Records Management Division
UNITE D STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BURE AU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535
Mr. Alan Jules Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
Reference is made to our letter dated July 2, 1980.
The enclosed fourteen pages, which are being released
to you in their entirety, pertain to your FOI/PA request regarding
Matty Brescia. Your account will be debited $1.40 for the cost
of duplicating these documents.
Unless noted and explained, a search of references
to the subject of your request in the files of other individuals
or organizations, i.e., "see" references, was not undertaken.
To verify most "see"·· references requires information identifying
the individual(s) and/or organization(s) with whom the
subject of your request associated and the time frame of the
association(s). Should you desire a search of "see" references,
please advise of the details describing the specific incident
or occurrence and time frame. Thereafter, further efforts
will be made to locate, retrieve and process any such record.
The search for information in response to your
request was limited to those records in our central records
system which are maintained at FBI Headquarters, Washington,
D. c. In certain specific instances, information collected
in our field office files is not forwarded to FBI Head-
quarters. These instances include cases in which the
perpetrators of the violation were not developed during the
investigation; cases in which the United States Attorney,
declined prosecution; and cases in which the investigation
revealed the allegations were unsubstantiated or not within
the investigative jurisdiction of the FBI. Therefore, if
you believe records which may be responsive to your inquiry
are located within the files of an FBI field office and were
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never reported to Headquarters, you may write directly to
any field office for those materials. If you direct a
request to any field office, please indicate in your letter
that FBI Headquarters in Washington, D. c., has processed
your initial Freedom of Information-Privacy Acts request.
Enclosure
Sincerely yours,
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Fre edom of Information-
Privacy Acts Branch
Records Management Division
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It t;as 'llr pleasure and privilece 'to have invited Hr. K3rl Dissly,
your i!emphis buresu chief, to speak on L, 196L before the
combined faculty and student body of lJnive!'si ty School.
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To say that Dissly "scored a tremendouSliff."- "Yith1:ne-rroup--·--
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1-ir. Dissly-'s message and infomative story of the r'EI wss a BIG
L'C'$SOH to r.ot only· the yolm.£ Prep School stndents but also to the
fc-culty, as ·Hell as mysE"lf. His remarks l :ere helpful and -,;o-
riGht to the pcint. Naturally, I have a duel purpose at the  
University School --- first, because I an 18-year-old son whoiTJ:: .. /")
I hope anc pra:r ui lJ t:raduate this cominc; June and enter the · ·: --r"
of his choice, and I also try to assist my t,;ood ifiE>nd Colonel RosS: !.:
the school's headmaster and a great in public rela-tions
and publicity. I :lm proud my son t:lis hit:hly-reputabl·e '
Southern Prep sc::hool and oroud of . .;;olo!1el Lynn and his ·
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I: I. 1 talk, was also of t.;reat !'ranldy, '4· ipover, it is my
humble opinion thCit such vi tal and useful such as l·:r. Dissly
delivered at J·:US, as as the FBI fib1, should be heard and seen
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more after. in as T:Jar.y hit;h sc!-lools and prep schools as t>S
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., well as collet;es and universities across this ;:;reat lar1CI. of ours. I
must confess th.;t as a ne'l-.!sman, radio reporter and publicist, I .am
·. t;rateful to have had t..he opportunit:r to listen to Hr. Dissly and also
l:P see the film. Ur learned plent/, but most of all ·I to thank my .
. son (Hatty, Jr. u-quodr") for his encouragement to read your
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  o£ Deceit." Again, I confess I lP.arned more about . ·, ;•
I this great enem.v of ours ,.. __ !by I acd, we believe that all
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America should read your book, and as my son so aptly I .
. your enemy
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first-hnnd report on Communism and a :;reat neal nrore than most of us
kno.: about this "encroy of oc:rs
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• Burldy v;ants .to pursue his stuciies in
college, he tole? me • And y;hen you· consicier that Budd:,-·is a youth of 18,
tnis is just about in tune d.th a r2cent st8tement I read b:T
you encourage ·our ,youth to ].eorn .ancl study more Rbout C01rununisrr. -·-- it
is the youn;;:ster of

s that must be rea ely) and •·•e need many)
many more to prepare in this field. And ''e also need many, manJ' more
Hr. 1)j sslys to t;i''e us such comprehensive messaees and film.s like the
one at the Jiem9his University .School. I reiterate --- Kvrl Tiissly
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! l.'= also enjoyed hf:ent Jim firady-, rrho a0cornpanied
Di.ssly- and also T'lOst co-operative.
In passinr;, I note in t.he film that roy friend United States Sena tcr Thomas
J. Doc1d 1.-:3:::: in a scene. Tom and I have been friends for rnar.y   v;hen
I 1>'35 broadcastinG and handline; press <mrl'. for the Democrats in my hone
state of Connecticut. He
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Harked ··1ith Tor.uny durinc the d3ys of the late and lamented Brien i·:c;"ahon
another Farm and true friend. Yollr l3te friend Jack Carley and I also
.cere old chums doFn here.
retards.
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Mr. Dissly, Special Agent 1n Cbarze or our Momphls Office, has
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received. I appreciate your 1n furnisb1ni me the bene!tb
. or.1our observation& about him, and you may be auro he enjoyed  
at tbe Memphis University School. I know Mr. Dls3ly will joln me 1n :
you for your compllmentary remarks. g
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I am &lad that you found my book, of Decelt, ..
oC aid, and 1t l$ a pleasuro to enelose soma material I you
will find of lnterest. Ferhaps you may alao wt.sh to read my other book,
"A Study of Communism," which contain.; an analysts or lnternatlonal
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tree CO\mtry. Tb1a book may be av:lilabla at your local library. , · ·: :J o/
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)f\ publications on a continuing basis. Advlse by 3/2/64 whether urrncs
·,.J•oe-i.u.formaUon which could preclude doing 'f9! \r. "' t. '? Lil · · · · • ·::.: ··
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Bufiles contain nothing derogatory concerning Plough Broadcasti.ng Co. ,
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book of Jack Ruby when he was Upon interview on 12/16/63,
Bres.cia Ruby but had ln contact with hlm slnce. r!);"":
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Jack Carley ls a former Associate Editor o! "The Commercial AppealN and
died on 2/20/62. Brien Mcll·l.abon, a former U. S. Senator who died on '1/28/52,
was known to the Director on a first-name basis. Thomas J. Dodd is on the
SCL on a first-name basis and is a former Special Agent. Ross Lfnn is not f
ldentliiable in I3ufiles. James WiUard Bt·adey is an investigative clerk assigned
to the Mempl1ls Office. Mr. Dissly made the address referred to on 2/4/64.
Enclosures
An Army of Free Men
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My Answer to Communism and Crime
Deadly Duel
One Nation's Response to Communism
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REBULET TO MATTY FEBRUARY 24 LAST, REQUEST! NG • ..
ADVICE AS TOWHETHER INFORMATION IN MEI.·IPHIS FILES
PRECLUDE HIM BEING FURNISHED PUBLICATIONS ON CONTINUING ''
BASIS, IN VIEW OF INFORMATION IN MEMPHIS FILES, NOT RECOMMENDED
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copy for requesting advice by 3/2/64 whether fiies
contain any information which would preclude furnishing •
BRESCIA our publications on a continuing basis. Also ·.>:· ..
reference Memphis radiogram 3/2/64 recommending he not be
furnished these publications. · ,, .. _____ _
MATTY BRESCIA lives at 1235 West Perkins Road, :
Memphis, and is Public Relations Director for Consolidated jl
Distributors, 313 South Front Street, a wholesale liquor r:y.-mL-.(. __
owned by Plough, Inc. He is also associated with the Plough
BI·oadcasting Co., 112 Memphis 3, Tennessee, which
has stations in Memphis, Boston, Baltimore, and Atlant
ABE PLOUGH, owner of Plough, Inc., is an SAC Conx:?h· 3
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gation of material in the possession of JACK L. RUBY in the
case captioned "JACK L. RUBY, Aka.; LEE HARVEY OSWALD, Aka.,
VICTIM, CR," 00: Dallas. BRESCIA was interviewed in connec-
tion with this investigation, at which time he advised that he
.had visited Dallas during an affiliation with the Liberty
Broadcasting System at Dallas in 1953, and 1954. While
connected with this company in Dallas he was visited on three
occasions by a person identified as JACK L. RUBY. He stated
be was contacted by RUBY in connection with RUBY's desire to
_!),_.:__obtain publicity for his night club. In 1955, BRESCIA advised,
be was· handling public relations for "G-OOSE" TATUM, a well-.. .
kn.own Negro basketball player who was making personal appear-·
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furnish&d the foll01J1Di 1D.!onaa tion regard1Di a aearcb .
conducted 91th a aearch warrant (no DUJDber) at the :·
apartaent of JACI LBON RUBY, Apart•eat 107, 223 Soutb .
Swini Street 1D Dallas, Texaa, oa Koveaber 24, 63.
•tated be aDd Detecti•e• B. •·
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-xo·vember 2•, 963, fro• 3udge JOB JR. , t _:- - ·-- ·- ·
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1nforwation, correspondence or other aaterial wh cb
aay be construed as possible evidence 1n connecttoa
with the • a&aiaat RUBY.
BOSE produced a cloth sack containini •125.39
which .oney was found scattered in a dresser drawer
and in a closet in the bedroo• occupied b7 RUBY.
The $1.25.39 coasisted of the followin& denoainatlou
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-- Dickela (rolled)
diaes (rollect) . ·
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loose chaap
loose chaap
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A secoDd paper b&i coataimed $131.41 coaai•tlac
of tbe follow1Di denoainationa of .ane7:
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card 1aforaatioa froa the Club, Jae., 1312 1/2 Cbaaerec

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PAREN DECEASED END PAREN, CR, 00- DALLAS.
REREP SA MANNlNC , C. CLEMENTS, DALLAS, NOV. THIRTY LAST.
REVIEW OF MATERIAL ON JACK L. RUBY .. S  

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til$ tr.H APAHTt-:£N1" AFl'lk IllS ARII EST NOV. TWE.NTYFOUl<
LAST REFLECTED
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AVENUE, COVlHA, CALIFORNIA.
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TWENTYNINE SIXTYTWO, I PROMISE TO PAY SEVENTYflVE
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and served aa the Director or Preee tor that · _. ·. .·: -. ·
BRESCIA maintained hie residence at Memphis., Tenneaaee, ·_ ... :'·
but spent the regular work ·days at Dellae, Texas, tor a · ··· -- ·;. . e .
period or several 1n0nthe, ending 1n 1954. In h1s capac1tJ' · .. :-
an official ot the company, he wae via1ted . __ ,
on three oecaeiona by an individual he . _ .
1dentit1ed by photograph as JACK L. RUBY. He did not 1m0w·· ·
RUBY i'r1or to the time or meeting b1m at DBllae, Texas, · · _,·_ ·7-. ·_-
and hld no background 1ntonnation about RUBY, except what ·
he gained 1n the ahort viai ta with RUBY at the broadcatUns -·:.
company ott1ee. RUBY came to the broadcaEUng company ott1ce
apparently tor the purpose or ga1ning some aort or publ1c1tJ' ·.-:-.. .
tor hie night club, .obtaining .tree tickets tor aome aort · . ... .
or a porting event or other similar type purpose which au:sCIA if:,· ,
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· had a night club, identity or which BRESCIA eould not recall •
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to preserve his name aryd telephone ·number " but felt he marr have ., _
poss 1bly g1 ven RUBY one of his cards at the time of the 'OOOSE"
TATUM exhibition.
The telephone number, JAckson 5-5180, was several
years ago a business telephone which BRESCIA had at
Memphis, Tennessee, for the Brescia Enterprises, 61 South
Second Street, which he described as hie various promotional
activities. This telephone number has not bP.en in existence
for ·several years and is not currently listed in the Memphis,
Tennessee, Telephone Directory or in the J.temphis, Tennessee,
Street Address and Numer6cal Telephone Directory.
This contact with RUBY was the last he has had
in any manner. BRESCIA advised he did not know that RUBY
had ever used the name RUBENSTEIN, that he knew nothing
about RUBY's background, past residences, other
associates and specifically that he had no information
of any communication between RUBY and LEE HARVEY OSWALD.
BRESCIA had never heard of LEE HARVEY OSWALD until the
assassination of President KENNEDY. He said he knew nothing
about RUBY's association with any political organization or
any movement associated with Cuba. He knew nothing regarding
any associates or RUBY whatsoever, including criminal, law
enforcement, or otherwise.
BRESCIA stated that his contacts with RUBY were not
social in any respect and that he would have declined to have
any social contact with RUBY because RUBY did not appear to
be a person of sutnc1ent culture_ warrant this association.
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eon!ident.i.&lly &dv-ued ·mter t.bat RUBY   hhselt a T&q t.o\igh/ ·
Dallas chara.cte:r &:ld vas &n assxia.te o! o! t.he


1C:lo was also a •tough• character lt.lo oore a t;n1dge a.gain3t IJ;E l>eea.usa
one time atteJl;t.ed 1.o & 1?00.00 bad cileek BONDS hid given a
ent&rl;.inC»r at _vtieh tiae •1t;'ler EOIIDS or one of hia irt.r'\l:k
a.;ross t.be ; ore:1e:d with a pistol. LKE continued tnat both RUB!
BOtOS cirrisd eo!l.csalad pistols w&re in comta.at. ass.>d.s.tio:!l ldt..'l
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toget:t»:- vi t:n other hooc:Uu:ts &:'ld   vt.:>se identiti'3s wer-e
t.o uaual..J_y Ja·J..Ug aroa'ld SUE•S OS&D CAR _¥>TJ. 3;!!J Live .. texas.
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FBI MUMBRR 287527
INFORMATION CONCERRIWO
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JACit L.  
LEB HARVEY OSWALD - VICTIM
Joseph Locurto was the subject ot a White Slave
Traffic Act investigation by the FBI on the basla ot information
furnished b7 the Dallas Pollee Department on December 7, 1954.
Other subjects 1a the investigation were Stacy Dee Duvalle aDd
Shirley Jean Lilea. The vlctlaa were Betty Lou Gurley and
De lore a Ana Sbockle;r.
The Dallas Police Department advised on December 7,
1954, that the Dallas Police Department Vice Squad at that tlae
had three pending sodomy cases against Locurto involving Gurley,
Shockley and a airl named Tippy Torrence, wbo were material
witnesses against Locurto. Investigation by the Dallas Pollee
Department Y1ce Squad indicated that Locurto paid Duvalle and
• Lilea to transport the v1ctiaa out of state eo that they could
not testify against Locurto. Shockley was allegedly transported
to Oklahoma aod ArkaDBaa in Kovember, 1954, by Locurto and Lllea
where abe engaged ln unnatural aex acts with Lile•. Gurle7 was
allegedly transported to Oklahoma and Arkansas on another
' occasion by Locurto aDd Duvalle where abe engaged 1n unnatural
.h aex acta with Duvalle. ·
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The facta of thla investigation were presented to the ·
Vnlted States Attorney, William 0. Braecklin, Dallas,
who declined prosecution of subjects under the White Slave
Traffic Act.
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an extradition heariq Janua17 27, 1969, at Washington, D. c • .'
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Tbe Assassination of President Kennedy
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by three officers of the Dallas Pollee Department who forcecl
Delores Ann Shockle7, Tippy Torrence and Betty Lou Gurler,
three teen-age alrla, to file complaints against Locurto
allegiaa that be committed unnatural aex acts with them. Be
said the girls bad since executed affidavits denyinc any such
acts with Locurto. Skeens' complaint was forwarded to the
Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice for ita ·
consideration. Xo further investigation of the aatter waa
rtqueated,b7 the Department of
Jack Ruby'a aame doea aot appear la the file of
either of the above aatters, and he was not connected in aQJ
way with the investigation.
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tlC cEE STATED SHE H.'\D ljE£H OUT QUOTE NIGHT CLUBCH!G Erm Ql'OTE UITH
A:<lD CORTELLI AS A THIRD PARTY C!J $EVEr.AL OCCI\SIO:·.!S
HER TEU:P}!ONE CONVERSATION tHTH SALLIE KiH.CJ,EEERC
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RECALl.. THE tr.ACT BUT SHE UNDERSTOOD S/\LLI£ TO SAY
LlffilNG THE TELE?HC:-IE THAT COflTELLI J:t,D ::rr
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TO CORTELLI, JACK RUBY HAt NO LOVE FOP. PRESIDE:·lT
ROBERT AS THEY Hl\r CLOSED SO:·iE OF HIS BUSl ilESSES
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J ACK LEO!-J RUBY, AKA , LIE HARVEY OSHALD, AlCtl _, VICTHJ, CR .
ON DECEt•lDE:?. TUO I NSTANT THE FOLLOHI NG I NFORt1ATION HAS
FUHtHSHED· TO SAS CORRIGAN, JR . , AND EDvJIN H. EILED.S
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OPER'ATES DUFFY- S THREE ZERO EI GHT E. t·1ARKET STREET,
KY-1. A KNmif;-.J HANGOUT FOR PROST IT UTES .
t'1f..LONE ADVISED THAT I N THE SUI'·Jl'iER OF EITHER IHNETEEN
FIFTYSEVEN OR FIFTYEIGHT, HE WENT FROM LOUISVILLE, KY . , TO
ELLI S PAHK TR.4CK AT HENDERSON, KY . , HITll THE LATE LT.
I LLIS JOSEPH, ·QUOTE GYP UNQUOTE JOS EPH, HHO BEEN
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vJHILE .1.\T ELLIS JOSEPH   HHi TO A J l1CK
lWBY HHOl·l HE I S THE' l ND IV IDU/\L UHOS E PHOTOGRAPH
Hf'.S Y APPIARID IN NEVJSP/\PER PUBLICITY IN CONNECT I Oi·J vJITJ!
THE SHOOTING OF LEE HARVIY OSU!'.LD. JOSEPli TOLD HH1 THf-1T RUBY
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NOT !<NOH vJHERE RUBY HAS LIVI NG AT TJlP, T Til'lE. LT . JOSEPH
f1PPE.L\R ED TO BE HELL ACQUP.I NTED HITH RUBY i\i·JD BORTH
TOGETHEH DURHlG THE: Hl\CES f1T THE Tl\.P,Cl< THP.T D/\Y .
r-1ALOHE P. DVISED THAT J OSEPH TOLD HHi THAT l1UBY \v/\S F\
QUOTE GOOD FRIEND UNQUOTE, 1\i'lD HP.D sor·:£ QUOTE HOT UbJQUOTE
HORSES , THAT IS, TIPS ON HI Nt·lERS : f.\LJ ,EGEDLY OH TIIE HORSES THf1T
tvERE BEHJG BET BY THE:" QUOTE   ON Tl!i\T D.l\ TE .
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OF RUDY Al.JD Hl\D NO INDICATI NG DY RUBY
IN /H!Y GROUP OR ASSOCIATION EXCEPTHl G AS PREVIOUSLY
TO AS THE QUOT E SYND ICATE UNQUOTE .
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Dubuque, Iowa. While discussing the death of President- JOHN
F. KENNEDY he, Mr . URRATA, pointed out to his son and also
to a Mrs. DENNIS HEATH, a reporter for the Dubuque,
Telegraph Newspaper , that he thought . that the photo-
both JACK RUBY and LEE HARVEY OSWALD were familiar
to him and stated that he believed that one or both of
" these individuals had been in restaurant on possibly
or more occasions during the summer of 1963.
He stated that it is possible that he was mistaken
and further he could not state qefinitely one way or the
other as to whether the two ' tndividuals he thought might
be .i dentical with OSWALD and RUBY were in hi$. place together.
He informed that in view of the volume of customers hehas
in his· restaurant which is located in' the vic;i.nity of the New
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taken, but dfd feel. there was a familiarity about the photo-
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Lee Harvey Oswald -
Assassination of President Kennedy - Information
Kenneth M. Cannon, Group Supervisor, Treasury Intelligence, Toledo,
Ohio advised me 12-6-63 the following information could be of
signifj,cance to the Oswald investigation.
A.bout October 23-25, 1963 Anthony J. Besase and two other Toledo
underworld people (not identified) were visiting Pete Licavoli in
Detroit, at which time Besase told Licavoli the unumbers" (racket)
in Detroit would be "closed doY.'l1 fo"Z" the remainder of the Kennedy
Ad.ministrationu .-
Mr. Cannon pointed out that this information was relayed to him by
the Detroit Office of Treasury· Intelligence as part of other
information relating to their Organized Crime investigations and
apparently was obtained by an informant important to their Detroit
office and well connected in the Detroit underworld. He believes
reference to the "remainder (jf. the Kennedy Administration" is
significant since the possibility of the re-election of President
seemed certain, it is most unlikely the
would. close down the numbers racket in Detroit for five yeers.
The fact that Jack Ruby r eport edly has a brot her in Detroit
encouraged Mr. Cannon report the informati on. It is possible
the above information may already have been furnished the Detroit
Office, or possibly direct to your office through Justice Department
attorneys working on Organi zed Crime investigations.
In of the nature of the information it was considered advisable
to forward the information for your evaluation, and if further
details are desired, they may then be obtained through the Detroit
01-fice.
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JACK L• RUBY, JACK JACK LEON RUBY1 LEE HARVEY OS·
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WALD DASH VICTIM   DECEASED. CR.
MARY ·J. WALK{, STUDENT, FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGE, LAKELAND, FLA.,
CONTACTED AT BY SA GLYDE B. GENTRY, JR., TODAY AND ADViSED
AS FOLLOWS. A QUOTE FRIEND UNQUOTE WHOM WALKER REFUSED TO NAME
CENTL Y TOLD WALKER SHE HAD TELEPHON fCALL Y TALKED . TO  
THREE T 0 JANET ST., BUFFALO, NEW YORK, WHO TOLD THE FRIEND FRANK
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IN QUOTE SOMETIME AGO UNQUOTE. KRUCKEBERG SAID CORIELL!
MAKE THE STATEMENT SHOULD BE DONE ABOUT AT-
TORNEY GENERAL ROBERT KENNEDY PUTTING SO MUCH PRESSURE ON QUOTE THE
RACKETS UNQUOTE AS HE WAS C_LOSING A LOT OF QUOTE THE RACKETS- BUSI -
NESSES UNQUOTE.
WALKER CONSIDERS INFO UNRELIABLE AS WALKER HAS KNOWN CORIELL! TO
ATTEMPT TO IMPRESS. KRUCKEBERG IN THE PAST BY POINTING OUT PEOPLE HE
CLAIMED HE KNEW AS QUOTE GANGSTERS UNQUOTE IN BUFFALO AREA.
WALKER BELIEVES CORTELLI IN MIAMI FROM NINETEEN SIXTYTWO TO
SPRING OF SIXTYTHREE. CORTELLI LAST KNOWN TO BE EMPLOYED CHENG-S
CHINESE RESTAURANT, MAIN AND HIGH STS., BUFFALO, N. Y.
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KRUCKEBERG, ACCORDING TO WALKER, CLAIMS SHE IS ATTEMPTING
BREAK o·FF RELATIONSHIP WITH CORTELLI WHO, HAS PROPOSED MARRIAGE TO
KRUCKEBERG.
KRUCKEBERG NOW EMPLOYED GENERAL HOSPITAL, BUFFALO, FORMERLY
IN U. ·s. AIR FORCE WITH 'WALKER AND WALKER REQUESTS. KRUCKEBERG NOT BE
CONTACTED IF POSSIBLE.
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MIAMI SUTEL ' INDICES CHECK TO DETERMINE IF FRANK CORTELLI KNOWN
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TAMPA INDICES NEGATIVE RE MARY WALKER, FRANK CORTELLI AND
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JACK L. RUBY, AKA/ LEE HARVEY OStVALD - VICTIM
RE BUFFALO TELETYPE TWO LAST.
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RE FRANK ANTHONY CORTELLI, JR., FILES OF MIAMI
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REFLECT CORTELLI MADE C.IVILIAN REGISTRATION WITH THAT DEPARTMENT
OCTOBER SEVENTEEN, SIXTYONE, FOR EMPLOYMENT AS A_BARTENDER.
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IS HOODLUM MIAMI HAS RECEIVED NO INFORMATION INDICATING
RUBY EVER OPERATED .IN THIS AREA. NOTED CORTELLI DENIES KNOWING
RUBY AND DOES NOT NAME ANY ASSOCIATES IN THIS AREA. IN VIEW OF
THIS, MIAMI TAKING NO FURTHER .ACTION· CONCERNING CORTELLI/S
BACKGROUND.
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JACK LEON RUBY, AKA/ LEE HARVEY OSWALD DASH VICTIM DECEASED/
CR 00 DALLAS.
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MC BEE WAS THE QUOTE FRIEND END QUOTE SHE HAD PREVIOUSLY STATED TOLD
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OF CORIELL! IN FLA.
KNOWN PERSON IN
BETTY MCBEE, ONE ,SIX TWO EIGHT HOLLY RD., LAKELAND, UNABLE
TO BE INTERVIEWED DECEMBER THREE LAST, INTERVIEWED BY SAS GLYDE
B. GENTRY AND BENJAMIN H. COOKE TODAY.
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MC BEE ADMITTED MET A   R ~ N K CORIELL!, BOY FRIEND OF SALLIE
KRUCKEBERG, WHEN SHE ROOMED WITH DRUCKEBERG IN BUFFALO IN SIXTY.
MC BEE STATED SHE HAD BEEN OUT QUOTE NIGHT CLUBBING END QUOTE WITH
KRUCKEBERF AND CORIELL! AS A THIRD PARTY ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS "WHILE
SHE WAS A ROOMMATE OF KRUCKEBERG.
REGARDING HER TELEPHONE CONVERSATION WITH SALLIE KRUCKEBERG
AFTER THE DEATH OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY, MC BEE STATED SHE COULD NOT
RECALL THE EXACT CONVERSATION BUT SHE UNDERSTOOD SALLIE TO SAY
DURING THE TELEPHONE CONVERSATION THAT CORTELLI HAD MET JACK
RUBY WHILE HE WAS IN MIAMI, FLORIDA. SALLIE STATED THAT ACCORDING
TO CORTELLI, JACK RUBY HAD NO LOVE FOR PRESIDENT KENNEDY AND
ROBERT KENNEDY AS THEY HAD CLOSED SOME OF HIS BUSINESSES, WHICH
MC BEE . UNDERSTOOD TO MEAN QUOTE ILLEGAL BUSINESSES END QUOTE.
MC BEE STATED SHE KNEW CORTELLI WAS IN MIAMI ABOUT A YEAR AGO
AS HE TELEPHONED HER FROM MIAMI BEACH AND SAID HE WAS BARTENDING.
SHE DID NOT SEE CORTELLI AND SHE DID NOT KNOW CORTELLI/S ADDRESS
OR PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT AT MIAMI BEACH. MC BEE CLAIMED S H ~ HAS HAD
NO FURTHER CONTACT WITH CORTELLI, AND SHE KNOW OF NO ASSOCIATES
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'<'ile No.
March 13, 1967
ASSASSINATION OF JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY, .
NOVEl"IEER 22, 1963, ·.
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iaviseathai:-her'ecent'i:Y' 'learned through his affiliations
with the Teamsters Union Headquarters in \•lashington, D. c.,
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Chattanooga, trial of James R. Hoffa, (Teamsters
Union President) will be subpoenaed by a grand jury in New
Orleans, Louisiana, in the near future in connection with
his posslbie-.. in captioned matter. Davidson
stated that he has heard there is a photograph available of
Partin in the presence of Jack Ruby, (deceased), convicted
of killing Lee Harvey Oswald. Davidson was unable to furnish
any additional details regarding the photograph or source
for this information.
Davidson lvas of the opinion that there may be some
substance for Partin's subpoena because of his (Partin's)
past activities relating to the supply of munitions to Cuban
Prime Minister Fidel Castro. At this point Davidson furnished
a copy of an article appearing in the
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Quiz .•• Davidson stated that he received this copy of the
article from the Teamsters Union Headquarters. The article,
in brief, notes that Hoffa ' s attorneys attempted at the
Chattal).ooga trial to introduce evidence.:i hat Partin had gone
to Cuba in 1960 "and returned professing t o be a friend and
helper of Fidel Castro." The article further noted that then
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ceded to prevent Senate .)nvestigators from questioning Partin
,-befo;re .. United States . Senate Internal Security Subcommittee.
The article further noted that one of the ·vri tnesses -vras ·
rruestioned "behind closed 'doors'" and
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from their subpoenas after the Subcommittee "received two
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·tha t these· 'calls were from }1r. Robert F. Kennedy.
Davidson stated that i t was felt by Teamster Union
o fficials (not identified) that Partin furnished some infor-
mation to the Subcommittee relating to his activities on behalf
of ' He stated· at the time attorneys for Hoffa
wanted whatever ::information available concerning Par t in
and his alleged connections with Castro made public so as to
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March 15, 1967
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a public rela-
tions agent located in D; c., who frankly admitted
his relationship with James· R. Hoffa and his sympathies for
Hoffa in relation to Hoffa's attempts to appeal his convic-
tion in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Davidson stated he learned through affiliations . /;
with the Union Headquarters in Washington, D. c., · · ·
that Edward will be subpoenaed by a grand jury in
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involvement in the assassination of President Kennedy. Davidson
alleged he heard there is a photograph available of Partin in
the presence of Jack Ruby, but he could not furnish any addi-
tional details regarding the photograph or his source for this
information.
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who was used by the Department of Justice
as a key witness in the trial of Hoffa and three others,
which resulted in their conviction on 3/4/64 for obstruction
of justice in Chattanooga, Bureau files contain
numerous references concerning Partin, and he has been the
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subject of several investigations. In July, 1962, he furnished
information Hoffa asked him if he knew about plastic bombs
and indicated the General (AG) was becoming annoying
and should be done away with. At the request of the AG, we
interviewed Partin . on two occasions with the. aid of a polygraph,
the first test
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that Partin was truthful • . , Palrtin, by his own admiss·i ·on·· - .... "'"'.
habitual liar. He has an arrest record A,efl,
charged in the past wi aggravated kidnapfn'g . ! .
assault and battery, among others. Our files show that he is
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RE: ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT J.F.K.
The only reference concerning Partin appearing in
either the assassination file or the file of Lee Harve.y
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Oswald, concerns an allegation made by one William
of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, during October of 1966, that four
individuals and Edward G·. Partin were involved in a con-
spiracy to assassinate President Kennedy. When Cooper was
interviewed regarding his allegations, he stated he did not
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have any specific basis for the allegations he made regarding
this matter. He specifically stated it was "his opinion or
he felt" the allegations were true based on his "research"
into the assassination of President Kennedy. It is noted that
he submitted several newspaper articles and typewritten notes
he prepared regarding this matter which were nonsensical.
This information was disseminated to u. s. Secret Service
.and the Department (105-82555, 5510, 5498).
ACTION:
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In Reply, Pleme Refer to
File No. •-
March 31, 1967
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advised that he has 1 anted thro-ugh his associations a.t
Teal11Sters Union He -rters in Washington, D. c., that a
number of Te rs attorneys have been in frequent contact
with Edward artin. Partin, a witness in the Chatanooga,
Tenne ssee, ria of subject
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unde r the eat of the pressure applied by the Stf.ttes of
Alabama and Louisiana to prosecute h±m for crimes committed in
those states.
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with pending prosecution in Alabama and Louisi na it is alleged
that Partin may attempt to assert tha.t his t ony against
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aide to Robert Kennedy • Davidson ciid not know how
Partin was depending on any help f rom Hoffa, but noted that on
two occasions prior to his incarcer ation. Hoffa received phone
calls from Partin, both of which wer F r e corded by means of
"ta.pe.
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tapes. During these telephone conversations, Partin is alleged
to have pleaded for Hoffa's assistance to keep him (Partin)
from facing a long prison sentence . Hoffa is alleged to -·:
have adyised Partin to "simply tell the truth.
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  has set aside in trust sixty-five or seventy-five thousand
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agreement relating to a story printed by the ma.gozinc. about
Partin's exploits, During one of the phone calls Partin
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if he states that his testimony was false. Hoffa, interpreting
this as a. request for money to substitute this loss, advised
Par.till!r-that he. -cou;ld .. about the money. Davidson
stated ·that Hoffa t4.id statement to Partin to preclude
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TO DALLAS 44-1639
FROM LOS ANGELES 44-895 2P
JACK L. AKA; LEE HARVEY OSWALD, AKA DASH VICTIM
PAREN DECEASED UNPAREN, CR.
RE DALLAS TEL TO LOS ANGELES, JAN. NINE, LAST, SIX
FOURTEEN PM, CST.
INVESTIGATION ON TEN, BY SA STEVEN
DUCK'R AT BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA, .
REPORTEDLY DIED OF HEART ATTACK ABOUT TWO MONTHS
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DEATH RECORDS, CITY OF LOS ANGELES, CHECKED JAN.
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TEN, INSTANT, BY SA GEORGE A. PAINE, JR., REFLECT UNTERBERG
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UNTERBERG, LISTED CO OWNER TROPIC PALMS MOTEL, BEVERLY HILLS,
IN IMMEDIATE AREA OF BEVERLY WILSHIRE HOTEL WHERE STACHER
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JACK L. RUBY, Aka;
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and Los Angeles tel to Dallas l/10/64, 6:55 p.m. ,
· Enclosed to Dallas are twenty-five copies each · ·
of o page insert reflecting investigation to locate
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The following investigation was by SA
GEORGB A. JR.:
.· A review ot the Los Angeles indices on Januar.y 10,
1964, reflected reference to the name otJRi IX RBERG. The
reference that on May 11, 1961, identified
a photograph ot JOSEPH Aka e al, w o was personally
not known to tne nformant, as a pers observed in the company
ot MAX UNTERBERG, co-owner ot the Tropic Palms Motel, 10590
Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California.
lea indices under Los Angeles
reflects information concerning
OISTACZER, Aka, born March 12,
not verified), . in ·sTACHER, commonly known as
"DOC is a described "hoodlum" and associate of
  in the Los Angeles area plus other locations.
is last known as residing at the Beverly-Wilshire Hotel,
Suite Beverly Hills, and his occupation is
"investments and real estate . " STACii:FIDis- listed as a former
lieutenant or deceased ABNER "LO GIE
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ZWILLMAN. He reportedly
knows most or the important individuals who are leaders Ln
the criminal world in both the United States and Europe. He
is believed to have some undisclosed financial interest 1n ·
Las Vegas, Nevada, hotels and is alleged to have inherited
ZWILLMAN 's "empire
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th GERAROO Newark, New
Jersey, trom which area STACHE]] originally He zteportedly
has a financial interes n the new Golden Hotel, Reno, Nevada,
and owns the property on which the Moulin Rouge is located at
Hollywood, California.
· His listed present and former associates are
COSTELLO., FRANK ERICKSON, MEYER LANSKY, ZWILI.MAN (deceased) J'
WILLm (deceased), BUGSY SIEGEL (deceased), FRAN"Jt SENNES.,
MOE MORTON, BRYANT R. EURTOU, HARRY RITZ., and NAT HAR114AN. He
bas no listed major arrests and is presently under indictment
concerning income ·tax matters by Internal Service, Los
Angeles, California.
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The following investigation was conducted. by
SA STEVEN E. DUCKER:
/ · On . .January 10; 1964, Hostess, and ·SAM
Assistant Manager, Beverly Hills Pharmacy, 9528 Wilshire
Boulevard, Hills, California, both advised that they
knew MAX UNTERBERG as · a former-re·gular customer of this store •
Both stated he died of a heart attack approximately two months
earlier. Reportedly UNTERBERG was co-owner of the Royal Palms
Motel located approximately 1n the 10000 block of Wilshire Boule
vard, Los Angeles, California •
The following investigation was conducted by SA
GEORGE A. PAINE, JR.:
. On January 10, 1964, inquiry at
Statistics - Deaths, City of Los Angeles,
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ref:!- e cted toll calls i' r or.l RUBY' s bus l ncsr. c£nd re::; i dence
tele9hone s t o HO 6 - 8211; 2- 9836 and CR 4-0043 .
It vJn s ascertaii1•2!d through CSI.A 4143- S that
Te1eDhone No . HO 6 - 8211 is l isted to Reprise Records,
Bl•;d .; BR 2 - 9836 is lis t ed to I·UCIV\EJ;... i SrlQBE., 109
11orth Almont Dri'ie and CR is also l int e d to i.J!ICHAEL
SHORE .
IC G2RAGD A. a scertained through the records
of the Retail r,1erchants Cre dit Association that MICHAEL .B .
and wi fe, JEAN, r e sicle at  
'i,O-;· Ange l es. No inion ,1a tion cf pertinenc e appear-s .. .. "1n the
cr-ecH. t records .
IC PAUL H.

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are no i dent ifiable records in the files of the Los Angel es
Police Department or Los Angeles Sheriff
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concerning SHORE .
The follovJing io a stunmar y of the information
pertaining to Reprise Records a nd its principals as taken
from the files of the Los Angeles Offi ce . It is noted that
rnCHAEL SHORE i s employed by the Reprise Records , 1347
Cahuenga and results of interview wit h h im are s et forth
in the FD 302 dated 11/ 27/63 by SAs CHARLES B. SULLIVAN
and CLAUDE E . WILLIS . -, r J
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DEE 0 . RICHARDS, JR. and J OH.t'J P . COSTIN, JR. , that SAM
LAINE, brother of singer FRANKIE LAINE, has said that their
r eal name is LOVECCHI O a nd they are Sicilians, having grown
up in the Chicago district before comi ng to the vlest Coast .
LAINE said h e had talcen a promotion job \·li th Reprise Records,
which is operated by ?RANK SINATRA. Pror,lotion records v1hich
have been released by Repr ise include 3UCh new singers as
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FRANK SINATRA.
On 9/19/63,JIIIIIIIIIIIin discussing MAX WEINBERG,
designated as Top advised SAs DONALD
A. SCHLAEFER, and WILLIE R. WHITE and Supervisor CHESTER
E. ST. VINCENT, that WEINGERG
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as a secretary for Reprise Records owned FRANK SINATRA ••
She received this job through a distributor,
lllllllllllrurther advised that he had heard that
people office were calling all over the
country and placjng large bets. No details or
relative to this type of activity were available
On 6/28/63, MICHAEL SHORE of Reprise Records,
1347 Cahuenga, Los Angeles, California, Telephone No.
HO 6-8211, advised SAA CHARLES E. STitlli that he had seen
publicity in the Los Angeles papers concerning the conviction
of MARVIN R. COLE on Obstruction of Justice charges. He
commented that he had known COLE for a long time and that
"MARVIN COLE is OOC STACHER' s boy". SHORE stated that he
had been, in some measure , responsible for starting COLE
out in business in New York City a number of years ago.
He indicated that on one occasion he had loaned money to
COLE in order that COLE might buy points in the Fremont
Hotel and Gambling Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
On 10/18/63 MARVIN R. COLE was indicted by the
Federal Grand Jury at Los Angeles, charging him with two
counts of violation of Obstruction of Justice. Trial
commenced in U. s. District Court, Los Angeles 5/14/63.
On 5/23/63 the jury returned a verdict of guilty on both
counts. On 6/12/63, a fine of $1,000 on each of the two
counts was by the court. Notice of Appeal was
filed by COLE's attorneys on 6/13/63 .
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Fischer & Rogow, Inc . , listed MARVIN R. COLE as Chairman
of the Board, Secretary and Treasurer.
J OSEPH aka DOC STACrlliR, et al, has an
arrest record under FBI No . 504798 dating back to 1924.
Investigation of the background of STACHER discloses that
he was a close associate of the late ABNER "LONGEY"
and was considered as a lieutenant of the ZWILLMAN
mob engaged in bootlegging activities in New Jersey during
prohibition days . In addition to gambling interests in the
STACHER in connection with ZWILLMAN is alleged to have
penetrated the gambling interests of Reno and Las
Nevada, and after the death of ZWILLMAN, STACHER is
reputed to have tru(en over the control of the remnants of
the ZWILLMAN mob .
The "Hollywood Reporter
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, a daily publication
devoted to the entertairunent industry, in its issued of
10/4/63, appeared an cu,ticle r efl ecting that FRANK SINATRA
had been named nspccial Assistant to the President" by
JACK L. WARNER, President of Warner Bros . This article
states that SINATRA will be involved in all aspects of the
vlarner Bros . corporate activity and the appointment confirmed
speculation that start ed when WARNERs negotiated the
affiliation of FRAM( SINATRA' s Reprise Records with Warner
Bros . Records . c
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newspaper, in issue of 10/7/63, contained an article
captioned, "SINATRA Must Answer Nevada Charge Today" .
This article datelined Las Vegas states in part as follows:
"FRANK SINATRA must reply today to State Gaming
Control Board charges that he entertained mob bosa, SAM
GIANCANA at his Lake Tahoe casino, the Cal Neva, last July . . •
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9/11/63 in Carson City,- a sked the State Gaming Commission
to revoke SINATRA's Cal-Neva gaming license for violating
state gambling It bases its request on the
fact that GIANCANA, a Chicago-based gang chieftain, is
one of 11 hoodlums banned f rom Nevada hotels and casinos
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"FRANK SINATRA, in a surprise announcement Monday,
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OCTOBER, lS63
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10/21/63
10/21/63
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HILLEL SILVERMAN, Rabbi, saw
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Dallas, during
each of High Holiday
in late September, 1963.
RUBY met LARRY (CURTIS LaVERNE
CRAFARD) Dallas, Texas.
  LaVERNE CRAFARD met RUBY
at Texas State Fairgrounds,
Dallas. Texas, afternoon of
10/21/63" .
RTJBY contacted RUBY SWENSON,
Secretc-.ry of ROBERT T. BROWN,
a owner, regarding
business in Dallas.
RUBY ROBERT T. BROWN
by telephone and in· person re-
garding business property BROnN
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along vti th RUBY's ' "decorator"
t o 29!7 MaFle Avenue> Dallas
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FROM: SALT LAKE CITY (44-179) RUC 3P
JACK L. RU3Y, AKA. HARVEY OSWALD, AKA, DEC£ASED.
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THIS DATE. ON MARCH THIRTEEN INSTANT SA KENNETH H.
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TO FRANK GOLDSTEIN SONS, B. AND JOHN B. SERGAKIS.
HATSIS GOLSTEIN SUMMER OF SIXTYONE IN SALT LAKE WHEN
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BOTH ATTENDING OF CHILD BORN TO MIKE SERGAKIS. GOLDSTEIN
FRIENDL-Y-WITH HATSIS AND EVIDENTLY ASSUt·1ED HATSIS KNEW OF
GOLDSTEIN•s BOOKMAKING ACTIVITIES. GOLDSTEIN INQUIRED AS TO POSS3-
BILITY OF SETTING UP OPERATIONS USING CLUB MANHATTAN
AS CENTER. HATSIS DECLINED, STATING HAJ ALWAYS RUN A
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LAKE CITY ENGAGED IN BOOKMAKING OR GAMBLING INTERESTS. SA HI GSON
FOUR, CHE:CXED CR.EDIT BUREAU OF SALT
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SALT LAKE CITY SINCE THIRTYNINE AND FROM NINETEEN
UNTIL NINETEEN FORTYSIX EMPLOYED AS CARMAN BY DENVER AND
RIO GRANDE RR. HAD GOOD EMPLOYMENT RECORD AND RETIRED
THIRTY, FORTYSIX.
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eonaptrln!' with JACK R1ffiY nnd ht• no nne with nunY
PELOU alun n<\v1111"l 1111•1 no !mnwlrdge of any
or prior hllLwoom JAC!{ RUBY and OSI.'AI D
He Rd•lect Ul!lt he dtd not knew /lUIIY nr OS'.IALD he never Md · '
the orportuntty t.o tntel'vic" eH!tr1•,
rELOU ndvinert that on Uovel'lher 25, l963, he
ond otht>r membero'l or the prnflll tot .. rvt•werl il Mt·, RUBY•a
,lttomey, who COMI!Ot.llj tlmt. he Jtmt.· RliDY nnrl RUBY hn<l
hnen crying an•l WAll brood Ins \-/hen h" tr!'t hilA, Accor<tine to
fF.LOU, HQ'..'ARD rl'lOtf'd that RU!1¥'11 C!tlllll\t:nt. to thtl prooi\ WIIB thnt
htt (Rllll¥) ea.,. O:;'o,'ALD for the !'il'Bt. tl111e In thl' • ro"m nt
D.11la11 P"Uce Ut>no\qullrterB on PrJ<l::.y nttflt, 1/0Vt'l'll.ier 22, 1963
.,.hich wo11 tlw Bnme day ''he (OSWA!.P} klllrn:l our Prellldent." '
FELOU e6tl11111ted the rt·ou,J in t.t • ., Mnr.nent nt tho
tlmt- brought. out 11111 Dl.hllo>qllt>ntly nhot by HlffiY na
cnaily firty pflraons, I!P. a<lvt11ed MtLT SOSI/1 (rhmwtic), a Ml8r.t1,
Florida newapnpannllnJ liCE FArrA:; (pl•cnllttt:), a tl•'l< York cay
/Ud1o .Stlltlnn rupresentlltivr: nn-1 P!J.I, or llOrl   (pnonctlc),
Chtcngo, Jlllno1n, fll'f:lll'llt. in the baaement
11t tht> time or the ahoottng. HP could nnt namr Any of the othcre
hoWul'Rr, hr rer.alla tl111t or nther ncwo
mur:lta were there. Alno, he rccnllll 11 uhort, otock:; lloacrvt>
roltce C.'lpta1n, nal'la •m>mown, who wan near the t.•amp entJ•ar.Cil
.,.here RUBY a.llecedly 10 mln..,tt>B prlor
to the s/loot!ng,
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oUIIIber, hav1ns vhlteU in th·! CC<LP!ilE1M 1\('!:1,., r.m.osn:lfi
stated Md n'lr )lra:r:d fran RUBY (or nwr yee1u until
the or.c.,91on of this ttllophl•ne ('111. Jte "'" surprised ro hur
frP<II hi.!D 11.11d !iftf:t ,J   r-nv,•r"ati:>n C({.D-
51£1N 1£ he 1n thil "Afi\'A", COLtlSTE:I/1 eollClUded
wu in 10 thll AII>Crican Guild ef  
Rlm¥ 1'11\de &C'<lle reference til thr hrt tlo.11t he "''"   trouble
<1!th thh in D'llll1 Jn•l t><1 GOLDS'!E:U! if he
... auld get in !:.OUCh with 11 n>-10 n,HII'l<l IRIJlflr. MAZZIO llT K-\ZZl,
10h::. '"H l<OPcrtedly AGVA   · " In !.o9
nr;e , • • . c 11
'TiN'Plv<'d the   Club in lhllu ,}fld hP. !Mde H'"" rt>ference


 
o=ber \o'll <Ond hb n1r,hc club tC'lo.<phone number Rl 7-2362.
cm.osn:m tol<l RlNY th.a.t ..ntt .. h'"- h"J"' -1 o! people, he
doubted th1t be cculd ho.lp "i"' 111 ""'l"Pction 1.11th problem,
spoke for a mNI'<!r.t or t:'-'0 I   11nd tilcn 'i''lded
'l<IVh<!d I>H 11l<nn"no :or. thU buis
of thb call he ft-ankl·r dtd not <.Thu  
...... re'luening :of atm. i!" thH i-'! P.L'iiY to.'
vteit liim •hould l-,01 CQ!Ol! r;. rr ...rchto. ·
televb lon    
He advbed tt<.AI h.; c'l.nll')t   why ldltr,d 05\.'ALD,
     
4osOCillt:1oo "'lth any h:>odlu:> or ufld,,cvc::lrl .. He stated
doe, not re!rll<nbe!O' 1\\.13'{ "' o11\ indt•Jirtu .. l o..t-.ro do 4nythlng
a.gaiB•t the beat inte:rCY-tll a{ the Unilt'd

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Commiodon Exhibit llo. 2)28
Do>o 12/4/63
FRANK GOLDST£1!1, who ll<Jacrlbu hiJ,Iself """
i;lll<lhler, resLding llt. 640 Boulevard,
Slln Fnnchc<', CR}tfornin, hb vifP., MARY, "on
interviewed December 4, 1963, 11t FnnciRto by SAB
WILLIAM !1. KlDI.'l:LL, JR., and t.:JJUARD C, SEJ!NE'IT, GCX.DS'IE:IN
stated th'lt \>P V•\a llC<jiJJlinte<l "'lth JA.CK. lltl!J'l JACK RI..'B!:.NST!;D'(

th3t tim<l o. tfllll for the San
"Call llull<'tin," a nnd he Clllployed RUBY
an:! l<iBtl'l', E.VA CRAHt, in this work from
1933 Ulltil 19)8 or 1939, Jill ddvbed RIJl>Y.IHid F.VA both
"ngaged in door-to-door B&lP.s of • to the afot:IJ-
mentioncd EVA ""'Y 10ho Mve done t .. le;:h'lne aolititi.og
for the .. per. OOLOST!>Ill ncn1h•d 'that f:o/A GRA!II'
and RlfflY, tog!!thl'r with EVA's son, RONNIE, livlld io an apartment
located bet:"CHI Eddy llJld Ellis St::ceets <HI Jon.,a Stn•ut in
San Fr .. ncisco, He recalled thlt F.VA rPA/iK ORA!iT 1.n
San Fr"'nchco, '-'hom she later divn:ced. He .. t'lted he beli.evu
FRAl;R GPANT ia now soroewhere in the Lo• Angr.lco•, California,
dt:ea. Re hils not, hiNever, BfPn perPil'l (or years.
GOLDS!EI!f advisl':l, thAt dllrin& the pllrl!ld 111entioocd above b.n and
RUB'f W(lre able to " f:OOrl livln)\ the fact: that:
they "'are ao nmploycd during lh'! rlrpr.,sion ye•ns. He rec:rlllbe.:ra
RL'BY as a quiet:, Wt>ll-m.lonetcd young •Mo. lie pt;oted be ,..._, boat:at:
and cOQrletely tr=t..,orthy. l!e '-'1t n indivirl11al, •
extrernely conscioWI of hi., "r'"'' .. and GOLDStE.:!Il
b"licves RV!iY left Snn in late 1919 or e<lrly 1940.
GCLDS'IEll{ &totes he d:>es not !'nO"' of any other employmeoc.RUBY
bad in San otb<'r ne<.Tlf.tpar aubacril'.tiona.
He '-'!Ill dU',\t:e thH Rl!!!'f w,u i11 tho night club buSineh
in Dallas, as EVA GRAIIT vuite:i with GOLDSTEIN hLI w1..[,. in
s,.o Yraochco approximately three '!his '-'&5 A .social
cAll, '" apparently EVA Wid r:ot been in rrnocLico for IMOY
yeAra.
AppJ:oxim4tcly four 10eekn ago, dudog the fint
of Nove!cl>tr, 1963, RUBY COLDS'I£1/i at GOLOSrELi11a
hr<::oe telephone tltm:.ber JLI 7-7674. RUBY could
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RObtRT l.ARXUi, 500 North H.s['Y()Od Street:, Dallu,
'Iexu, volunteered th<J follo,..i.ng iofonr.ation:
Xr. Ul\)(IN edvioed he U p-.-roently manager of·
the 1'\:lnt Kartre Club at: 20b llro...Jt>r Street, Dalla., and
fo:ntoo:rly managed the Colo-ny oe:o.t door to the
Vegu Club, operated by JACK kUBY -tnd his aister, tVA GRJ.Nr.
He •tar11d thet by virtue o{ his occupation h11 hu lmo""'l
JACK RUBY during the paat eight yean and hu oecn hl.J.I at
moTa or lc5a regular lntarvah at one of the oth11r of
th...!r cluba. Occulondly, he ""'uld fi.od himself 1n che
d&JDe ...tth RUBY and, on e'lCh occuion; he o.ould
usually cb.&t with RUB¥ for d .....
He ota;=ed that about fiv11 year• ago, poui.bly {our,
h<il Cl.ll..O&ged RUBY • Club during the t:hrea ou..o:n.or m:>ntha,
during ...-hich period RUBY vacat1oned in Cuba.
LARKIN at'ltcd n., saw RilllY at about 5:50 PM,
an Noved>er 23, 1963, be hie_ at: the eorn11r of
Bro..der and Stu lit•, ...tu.re chuy ...:=re both v;allci.ng
in opposite RUliY waa going, Wo>et on Calll:>i!rce •
They ot:opped =d chatted on t:he atre11t: for five or ten
and ella !ir•t part of the convurP.ation cooeern.d
the ,_uauln!ltion of Pr,,.ident KENNI!D\' in a general wry.
lk doe" not recsll t:h!lt the nwno: o( LF..E HARVEY OS\:AID
""'utioned by either. He rccalla thst RU1!'1' ""''"lY
atated he felt the .o..ouauinatiou waa 11 terrible tragedy.
RUBY 111.id nothing to iodic11tc he waa under Bn unusual
""lnts.l or uervou• atreaa or that he contc.,platcd doing
anything about it. The converaat:iou challf:ed to their
personal •ffairo when R!1lrt .._.,ked hiol Yhy he did not: go
into p.a:rt:nership toith hilll in the Carqnaul Club.
Llo.RKUI ha do-ed not: rHcall dheuuing
pelitic• vit:h Rl!BY at any til:>o. H.. cont:f-nued he consid.,red
RU1IY to be a !:I:U];Q of extrl'!:>e eo:.otiono and 01>11 who vas quick
engn He Hatrd 'h"t if RUBY beca""' <Whrv o.rith
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.._ A;ltt-1     who c$eacribe1 b11118el a1 a
profea alona f' &aml> ler, re1ldlng at     ... .-
.San FragciJso, with e, vas ·
Interviewed December 4,1:963, at San Franciaeo by SA8
WILLIAM R. JB.., and C. SERNE'ri. GCLDSTEIR ..
atated that be vas acquainted with JACK llUBY aa JAC% aOBEMSTEill
or by the nickname SPARKY, having met him f.n San Franclaco
in approximately 1933. Be etated that he, GOLDSTEIR, va1 at
that time operating a aubacription crev for the San Franctaco
''Call lulletln," a dally neva paper • and be employed ROBY
and hie aiater
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EVA GRANT, f.n thia work from ....
1933 until 193ts or 1939. Be advised that J.UBY and EVA both .
engaged in door•to•door eales of aubscrlptions to the
aentloned EVA may also have done telephone aolicltf.a&
work for the nevapaper. GOLDSTEIN recalled that EVA GIAR'f
and llUBY, together with EVA's eon, R , lived f.n an apare.eat ..
located between Eddy and Ellie Streets o Jones Str ia
San Francisco. Be recalled that EVA ma ied ....
San Francisco, vbom ebe later divorced. e atate
FIAHK GRANT ia nov aomewbere in the Los geles, lJIIili,..lo.ollil(ol.,.....,.
area. Be bat not, however aeen thia pe son for many Je&ra.
GOLDSTEIN adviaed that durlag the period mentioned above be aa4
llUBY were able to make a good living con iderin& the fact tbat
they were 10 employed during the de on )'eara. Be remeabeu
llOBY as a quiet, well-mannered )'Oung ma .. Be atated be vu bonaat
and completely trustworthy. Ee vas a • ft-apoken individual.
extremely conaeioua of his appearance d dress.
believes RUBY left Saa Praociaco la 1a e 1939 or early
GOLDStEIN atatea he doe1 oot know of y other employment .llDBY ·
had in San Franeiaeo otbe.r than aelli n wspape aubacrittlona.
Be vas aware tut. llUBY vat n -r e ; t cfuC
in Dallaa • as EVA GRANT visited with GCLDSTEIH and h1a vUe i.D
San Fz:anC'ieco approximately three years aao. 1'bu vas a •ocW
as apparently EVA bad not been tn· san rranciaco for · .. ay
7eara. ·
Approximately four web aga, during the flr1t
of 1963, RtmY telephoned GOLDSTEIN at GOLDSTEIH a
unliated home telf\phone number .JU 7-7674. l.tJBY could baft ,
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obtained thia number from !VA GRA • as ahe vas Dlt.be
Dumber • having visited in the GOLDS ElN homtt.. COLDSTEIR .
atated htt bad DOt hfo.ard from Jt.UBY f r over twenty yean antll ·
the occasion of thu telephone eal.l. Be vas aurprlsed to be.ar
from htm and after a ahort inconaeq .ntial conversation aaked COLD-
STEIN if he anyone in ' GOLDSTEIN cOQ.elude4
• in reference to the American G A of Variety Artiste. ·
JUlBY IDilde aome reference to t .be far. that be was haviDg trouble _
with tbia org4ni%ation in Dall's he as GOLDST if be ,
would set ln toueh with A man
vho vss repoT"tedly AGVA r.. aomewhere in Loa .. .
Ange.lea. IUJtt'i atetta.d t.be. CU.f!icul ties be vas experiencin& -r;_,-.. J:;
involved the Ca't"outtP.l Club :I.!! and he made acu referew
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cteacrlbed. He furnished GOLDSTEIN with fJ bome telephone
number WH l-570l, and his oigh.t club tel phone number n 7·2362.
GOLDSTEIN told llUBY that whlle be knew lot of people, be , ·
doubted tlwt he could help him in tlon with this problem. · ·
•poke for a mcaent or tv" a d the-n ended the
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GOLDS'I"£1N he t.ak.en DO action on thil ba•la ·
of thia call becausf' be ft:.t.nk.ly did not underatand what IWBY
vas requesting cf hic. lf.e thtt invited llUBY
vult him abould be come S.e.n franclac.o.
GOLDSTEIN 8t&ted tMt be JJJRY on oat!J,nal . .
telev1•1on following the murder t'f LE£ HARVEY OSWALD ia D4llu• .
Be advised that cannot why RUSY kJllP.d OSWALD. ·
Be llURY as • patriotic C"it·tzen, vbo ba1 DO radical
tendencies. He atated bE- aeve.r b. .. a known IWBY t.o enpse 1n any · "
association with any or element. Be atated
be does Dot ltt1BY a. an individual 111 o vauld do an7thing
the beat int .. of tbtt United
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relat1Ye 'to' EVA ORANT, 111ter, an4 SAJHTKL I>AVIJ) .KVBY,
hal prev1ouelJ reported &I ba1 troa tiles
relative to Carousel Club and Vegaa Club. · Considerable back-
sround ·urorm.ation relative to· and 1nterv1ewa·_w1th RUBY'• brotbera .
and 1ieter1 1n l>allaa, Ch1ca&o and Detro1\, baa been reported
heretorore. -··. · .
Previous report• have included 1nterviewa with OEORa.l
SEN A TOR, CURT IS LA TERN! CRAPORD
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AMDREV A:JO<STROHG, LE'aS J • . .
/)(C VILLI!, IARXH BKNNETT CARLI.Jl, BOY   JUke lt_faza,
LA U RXl( CE JUrrERS, ALXXAXDEll P • 0 RUBXR,< PRAJIX OOLDSTKIH. ·__ao BRJlr · -
' BUD, aka B&rne7 Ea.lter, · anc! ABX --- ·. ·'"
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In41oes or Dallas Ott1ce are negatiYe,except as to VEINSTEIIJ
" eh:we 1n1Mduall prior to institution or this
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Certain 1nrormat1on 11 • t out 1n the 1ntroduoto17
·paaea or thia regardinc Yariou• 1n41v1ctuala whoa•
· .. toll eha.rgea ar.t or tonoern to the lrea14ent'a Cozmi111oa, fop ......
the purpose onlJ or ehowing the aYa1labil1t7 or telephone•
aucb persona. Certain o!tice1 haYe   1ntormat1oa ·
:,'?rom 1nd1cea re,e.r41n:& aoae or theee 1n41rtt!uala u well u
· eubecribera to certain or tbe telephone DUilbera cal lee! '7 .thea.
Xone ot the 1ntoraat1on t\lrniehed ahow1 aA7 eonneet1on w1tla · .
J,. JroBI' and aeoori!tng 11 not beinl att out 1Jl the ltoq ef
\h11 report. 8uch 11 aummarize4 lltreinar,er tor ,.
&lreau'e 1n!onaat1on. · - · . .: :
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Dallaa 1nt!1cea a nuaber or rtre%9neea·te ABI
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WEINSTEIN 1n connection •1tb VEIMSTEDP a operation or the ColoQl'
Club, . Dallal, a bu.rleacpe olult •• •o rererencta ao nnect lfXIH3'!RDI,
except aa a · ·
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1n the eaae_ entitled OOLDSTEDf, IT •h1ch vas .
).n1t1all7 opened 1n tbt! San anoiaoo Oftlor fS'n OYembezo 1,, 1,!}61-·
on · tbe ba111 ot an alle,at1on from a ·; .. ·
.· QOLDSTBlll waa a prote111onal )4)o1au.ker. Inveetip t1on )lu . ·}·::: :, .. <"-=; >;.;
•etabl1ehect . tros other informant a that OOLDSTKDI baa operate4 • .._ ·.· .
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Inveatt&ation ot OOLDSTXIX'a &&abl1n& aet1v1t1ea ·
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Yhe toa Angeles Ottice haa noted 1n conneot14n
the above 1nveat1ge.t1on that ilWitroua telephone oalla tere · · · ····
aade b7 OOLDSTBDl to JlORJUS OOLDSTIIlf, Santa Konica, CalltorDla, '
whose 1n bod7 ot th11 report aa the aubaeriber
to a telephone <mlled '1 OOLDSTltiB durin& the pertinent per1o4.
MORRIS OOLDSTEIX wae 1dent1t1ed b7 the Loa An&elea ort1ce u
a eboe 1aleaa.an tormerl.7 eliJ)loyed b7 Earl' • Shoe Store, .Lof - ·-·
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tr.at be loud it 111])0ea1ble to -ral••• Ua recalled that Jtub7
c:arr1o" ca conv•rtl&t1oaa ta aD. eaciteblo Mltaer. 811 etatad.,
:::-::, •     •     ot=:l"wiae,
a tated that be wovld Nco- 111P11 12"r1tated u: anJono •4• .
ca.,ndiD& rea-.rD tbe J'ewt.ab taltb.
JD I'IPrd to AubJ
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• pollttcal iater .. t. Colwte
recall•d. tbat Ruby , dl.lrlzac tH tt•• be Jra.n bt•, Yo1CJ•<I ••
• .. •lJ' tl11'b. recard for torMT rran.k.ltn nooaevelt.
He auted, altbou•la be dld not coaatdar Rubf to bet aa aottwa
&».cant, P apoke olteA ot Ale lli1la He-ard tor Rooa•••lt.
JtubJ ..,.,r dtacuaMH local polttlcl aa be could recall.
Col•ln cotuJtde;red Ruby'e ••:zu•l bctba•lor to be ab•olu.t•lf
aoraal, etaUa• tU.t: he poeltiYely dld not poa•e•• any
perverted attttudo toward l ftZ. fro• owo ob••rvattona,
Colv1a • t ated that, "i f Jack could uke • broad in • auntt•unlJ
uaa•r• be would"•• ColY1D adYteed be cooatOered tbll to be
DOrul .
Jn reprd• to eri•teel ahoclatoa of RUby. Colytn
ad•t••d tbat be kD011 of aoae. ... etUH Ruby bad been
affiliated ta eoaa eapaott7 " Chtc•1o unton but bo k.now
of aotbiDC deTocator r in tbte r ecard. He etat•d ho det1att•l1

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ae a !l,uatt•r wbo aoalJMicS ticket• at athlatto eyentl a"ct
att••ptect to •II• a profit troe tbo aale ot cbeap a tn"ehandt..e.
tut•e              
   

               

taattDCtl aA4 wae a lo7al A8tertoaa c1t1&erl. .. •tated be
oon•tdt"d Rub7 to M AO,...l •ac•pt that be appMrH uDI.i•u•l
J.a tb• aaue be wa• eatr•••lJ ••oeit1Ye ••4 bot-teapered.

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riUll.AL auat.AP 11t l"fl:;tTIC:&TIII"
l>le'f York, New Yor k
.rune 5, 196;4
J o.ck t . Ruby 1
Lea Jbrvcy Oawald - Viotta
lnt•niet! Wltl'! 8.rwnex Aoa1 Concarn1ng' Jaok L, nuby
or the   •:n  
turn1•M12 the follow1ng int'onnmt.ton1 •
New Yorie
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Adv•t•t1e1.n& Agenoy, :!:H We"t 57th !ltraot, Ucw York, New York,
where he 11 tna;naed prkipally i n publ1o rclationo work,
Jr. ie So' year a or age. His true no.me 1:s Darney naaotok:v
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and. .in hie e&l"l)' box.t na dlQ"B, ho Olluo u::sed the na.ate Darney
Ra&ot, Ke never ha• had hle naao changed to Dal"ney
floa11.
Role po1nt•d out tha t in hi a Qutob1ography although
he stated that he hac1 at one t1IMI wor-kod tor Al Capone, he
never did aotullllf work for- Oapono.
When he began hie boxtne oa.rcu aa an aaateur abOut
      with
who had Ona ot the people with whom
ltoe • an4 otMra ot tlin- s;'roup beo\lltle acquainted with wa.a Al
c,pone. &tae d.1d. not reallze &t the tt.l that. Cmpone W3S a
b1& t.S... and he aure that othera ot t.he Sl'OUp
also d.14 not realize Capone wan a big t1c:e
about 1927 -.chen Capone M s an a gre3t deal or
     

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that,
When Roa• ttrat besan h1a career in boxing, M
trained and boxed at the Kit H<hfard Oyanaai\11 looatecl in the
"loop• aNa ot Ch1cago, When Roaa fought , t toketa
tor the tJ&ht vera aol4 rcr about 25 oenta eaoh and C3pone
1
on .Se\ttral OOGas1one tiOU.ld buy all the seate 1n tha
gym and than 11 ve the t14keta away to !'ana who auppor ted
Jk)aa. He eattaate4 the aeating oapao1ty or the ay:a •••
about 125,
COMMISSION EXHIBIT No. 1288
JACJ: L, auar
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06UJ.II - YICTIK
ColYia. •t•te4 tlaat, 1• •lew of Uti leqtla' ol tt ..
that ba• e1DOe bl• •••ooiatloD •tt• Rwbt at
1'1•14, bl le ua.able to apeottioAF t .. tanc .. •htcll
wou14 illuatnte lub7'• qlltcll t-per aD4 Hu.J.tt.•e aature.
ColY1a a4•l•..t that clurla& 111112 wbn be opent•d
tbe lbowtl- Lou. ... ta Cbtcaro, ll:a,taote, J•all. Rub,. •M hJ.a
11t•ter, a..a, a.,_arad tbere on •••er•l Be ·atat•d,
bO'Wftll', tbat. be ••"r oult17atecl • f1'11A4ablp wltb.
Rub)' after tMlP ..._, ell,. aM be aaw bJa oal.J •ery S.atrequeot11
dyrl•l )8&2.
ColYia actYlaed M ta uaable to fteall aay ola.•
aaaoctatM of Jt.ubr at b•el•r rteld, •tatta .. t b.at he coutde..-d
b1-•lt to be tb• clOielt trielld ot du1'1A& tbat pi1'10d
of ttae. Coll'iD rurtblr atate4 that Jte cou14 DOt recall
eytdoac:e of' · RubJ • • a !Mtartac deteot ot: Rubr W'l&t'1D&
a tt.aar1QI' aid du.rla1 tlte uae a. .... hJa at &eealer f1•tct,
Mtae1eatpp1, or prior to bta eetrJ 1ato IMT'f'1ce. •
Col't1D aoDCludad 'b' •t&tiq tbat Jaall Rub7•• irrot)ll•r,
Bt Rubeutetn, who ••U.a 1lorat •uppllea iD Cbtcaao, poaa•••••
.ucla ot tbe .... teapera .. Dt u Jack &abJ •Dd be atated that: ·
uta lacU.-lclual could probablJ .,. tl,. 'Mat lll ... b"atlca ot
tll• MI"You.-DM• aa4 ezcitable "-•IMir tbat .l&ck llubJ poiiiM•M•
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He r-eoalle4 tb&t oooa•1onall7' Capone woul4 11ve


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i,j)ar :nt1one4
th01t on aevet-U oc:oaa1onA Capone woulcl a tw one ot the•
a dollar to c1eli ,.r an envelope to oomeone in the downtown
15eot1on ot Chicago. ftou bl:l11ved that tblae enve lop••,
wh1t:h wc:re 11ealecl, did not. contain any m•••aa•• or an,ythlnc
or He believed that Capone d1d thie i n order to
make them t h1nk they wor-a earning a dollar ancS in o rder to
koep the• t'rotR hang1na uo-und tbe atreet1. flo•• obn,..e4
that lfhen he t10uld run such an err and t'or Capone, the
envelope he carried did not appear to oon ta1n
Roaa navar ha4 any r1nano1al aupport rroaa Al

•• AI.IIOG1atea or Al Oapone who 'tfU'e tan• or ftoal, bUt ....
•a1d he woUld. not deeortbe thea •• aloae to11awr111
(who aM brothero ot Ill Copcu"')
Mllrrq "'-hrleo
Jl'rank Kitty
"'l'oUgh
•Machine Oun s ara• Hunt
The only pereon:t whoa ftoaa oould reo&ll a• beinc
tr1enda ot .raok Ruby1 Nho roll owe<2 and supported ftoaa, were
Ira Col1tz, who: he believes h21 an intere•t 1n the t\Lr'n1t.UX"'
coo.rt in Chicago, and loou ltoppel who atlll reoidea i n Cl\toago,
gf!:!•w..o floh!:

   

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&£• a nct. in .taot, Rublr betore Roaa did.
but he •
it h!: had • • • her 1n the atreet., bllt he wa.a f\e•er oloeel.y
aaaoc1ated with hor or allJ' ot htr .-bora of the Rubinstein
t'am1l)r. He kne• that Jack Ruby hAd tw other brot .. •r•• but
he had very littU contaot with thea and dicl not e'Hn lcnc>w
t hei r firlt nPea. Jaoea could.. not reaall •ver betnc in the
Rubinst ein home,
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Rooo belte'N4 that Rvby •1aht ,.. .. 'o .. n Capone
at Kit Howal'<l 1n Chi_, lll1no1o, about
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and Jaok Rvby.
He d.Sd: not knoM of an.r. ariJDinal aot1Y1t1•• evel"'
oncaae4 1n by Jaok Rvby, and he tho
povp that h• an4 Ruby ueociated w1t11. noM or t hem h.g4
.ever oarr1e4 a k:n1te, ..e!L!!: ... MO•pon.
Ro•• hid no knowle<!&• that Jack Ruby wallt
1nvol-..cl in the 11111&1 aale, po•••••:l.on or u•• or naroottoe.
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CoMMIBSION ExHIBIT No. 1288-Continued
JACK J... RUBY
D• bouwht tbo Clov4Jr Par Qorl to the .Shoman Hotel on Clark
!ltreot a.ttot solling tho Roalto JUU >\Dd ttt:\t. b:u:
tr0111 19_,8 until 19ttJ. In 1053 and part ot 195•1 hu
a diatributorabfp tor tha Blat7. nrUW" lry in Chicauo. In
lDSC hi• cous in who w:Hi " prordncnt l ;•W1llr in Chic:'lr,O wao'to!.l
hil'l to lo3VO t ho b:tr busJilOH:i . coualn pureh:.sod thu
Horcor '•ot.ory at Qrul>n Da.)' •   :t.nd hin utook
JD J.t aDd. a Jn the Urm. That lh,. tai\kcs fold1nt:
a.pd ho ha.ndlas •nlo!J for concorn,
in Ct11CAiO with o tttcos a.t tbo Amor1c:an Furniture Exchl\ugo,
l!lfl8 Korth L:..ko Sho ro Ori•o 1D
To hifll lmowlutla; u he not lla.vn an arre-st r ocord,
howov•r, ,i.n thu latt or hu ":w invohod in a ou111bor ot
bru.wl• 1nvolvJnr tho Gurmnn Arn.oric:ln l!!!.!m and on s ovor:\1
occ:a.a! OaJI &pont th4t nis fit ln. jatl , botng rolol\&od tho
a orninr without ch:.rt;cJ'I bc tnr t iloLI .
Colltz r•H-:a.lled that ho knc."W ot Ruby two or
threo yeartJ bofo·ro h o n s aware of hi:i Ruby
CroqueDt cd thu aa:nc n4:h:hborhood ll!l !Je :and ho t roquontly
..,:a,,. b J• 1n t ho nuls;hbo rhood   ihthy i n :t. l aw yonrtt ol dor
th3D ho J8 .1nd ant ur:a.l l y tn tho1r youacor d::ty:J , thny travoll ed
in dlt f orttnt sroups , ln 1D38 ho fl.th t rcc a.ll cc.l
Xno,tnc; Ruby 'H oxae t tdttntity .1.sli\iliy :an4 hi G par tnor
        irOQ
d'U'Ir."r'"i.nd h ad a ll'lrvo ya.rd loentod :at 3700 South
Ch.J.ca,o.. Loon Cook:
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s f;s.thur OJ1Ur:t.tl!d a. sma.ll y;u•U nnd uold
•atorhl fo Colttz's hthor. Leon Cook an nttoruoy by
J'll'Ofus atOJl and •lso a llis bttc d hh•   t.o tb'l opuratlon
ol bt• e c r ap ! ron In t hu1r ,.ttCl:!.pt to untonixo
th& •cra9 poddlor, Cook a.od r.ubr woro z;ol"lCWh..Jt: ouc: c ocs t ul
,.cd nado cona ldorablo he::t.dway in this ventura.  
Coo!s
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, .. k11 l gd ,jh11n r nc:.J•:ttnr :a rob!')ory :.ttt)MJlL :lntl huby
UD:\t-1\;, tn t": :JTU out thn nl"!"."l n1z:.t1on. l...1tor oD, P.1ul
took ovor tho organization which c•outu:\lly led: to
t:bo tom;&tion ot tho Juak and Wasta M.a.torb.l tbnUlcr• Union.
Jt i» Col1tr.'"' opinion th:a.t Cook was y2ry h i t"h tx.n.o
a aLI aol.tc:l tod unton tn thd he
Li'iito¥• d tbe p•dcUere o.eodud to bo ora:..nized tor protectio_n
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V!IIT&D ITATU D&PA&TJIIS!IT 01' lVITIC&
••••. 8.AL eUei .UI Ot tf'I .. &ITlOAYIOPf
ChlO&IO, Jlllaole
.Tune o , leN
lACI J.. . RU81'
Jr& Coltts: acht•od aa on. .Juno IS, 1084 ;
S. wa.a bora oa Sopt•ber 37, 1011! t in CJ:IIteaa:o,
JlliDol•. Be 1a • baobelor and rea1d"•""at. 1000 Lake ZlhoH
Drh•, Ch.1caco. 811 brother• Ivao an4l Co11t a ara
bachelora acd re1lde at Marine D:-tw"• lYail
h:a• b•e111 b 7 Ualtad Auto Part11 tor the put 25 y ea.n.
llu l'•contly quit that po:dtion ao4 S.• oo.aa1dortns .naw
Uo 1• a wrlt•r aDd W'rit on \lnd•r the pen uaae
of Ivan DWlny which appoar1 frequentl'} Ja. Jrv •
columa whic h appear• 'n the "Chtcaco :tun Tt.o11
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.tHtwspaper.
Joro.o 1& -played by th• Co.ntinantal Illinois Mational
nank. Mis a1eter• Ure. Viola Steta. 443 Kortb Oohnnr
         

   
OtSS North lict.oad • Chlca.1o• JU• Denj ... 1Q Col its ·
1• 85 yoa.ra of •1• 1 te a rat ired • c raD 1ro o rloaler a nd
rolilidos :Lt 6301 Jrfort.h Sboricfan Aoad, Ch icaco. IU .. •otbor
JtoAa Colltz 1• 4oe•alfld.
Bo attendll!:d t hr•e year• or h llh ec.hO<Il i D Chi c aco.
Fol l owina bia loa•ioa s chool tn tbe • 1830•a, hu
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lb.dison and Cl ark Strcots, CblCa.ro. In t:he h:tter part of'
and u.at1l M tha ••rvJco, h e · •
the notl,..ood Lcu.u-.a:•, Raodolph aed Cl=-rk Stroate, Cbteas:o.
He was iD tbe United St a tee A,.y tto. May .S, 1942, uotU
.reuary 10, 1948. H\t aer•cd in the £uropo&D theatre a nd
bad aervice aortal nlab•r
COMMISSION EXHIBIT No. 1289

.JACK L. RUBY
ot th•ir bu.in••• a• well ae to salt\ a euttiot•nt was:e.
ColiU:'• only •••ootation with Ruby io connect i on w1tb. the
Or&• n!zat10D Of tht• uaJOD waa the fact tha.t lluby a.nd Cook
attclllptod to orr;apt;n b' e h thor'• orglqyllu• in their ,..r<l.
Colitz :1l:so bol1e••• ocae roa•oa. tor nwby'u luavin& t b o union.
        aDd Ruby •llO a oro intoroated
Durina; tha yol\re .)941 and. lt.f2; wlt.il tlo h e •a•
• :ln th$ bar b uuho•a, ft uby t r etuoa.tly vt•ited hie
aloag with -.any othor l r .t.enda an •J a cqual Atancnu t h e)·
ll.lutually k.oow lJ:Ofl thuir noiihborhood, aroa. on Cl:ll c ago' b
si4 o. Colitt: loft his tutul r' a • primarily
boci\UBo his folth•r do•andod roaular hour i! o f h:lJn a.ad LlliDce
ho a lso w:1nte<i to enl!:a"o to a vont u ro on h i• own wit hout
hls f:..thor's intruRton.
Shortly botore be entOf'ud th:t United Sta.to• Any•
two •outhorD col lot:o atvdoota •Uitod hta bar and aa.de
.insult i og ruaa.rkl'l to tho color .. tJ bo ut111zod
tor entort:a.imaont:. Thu10 r oaarke wert o®ny bat ynr alled
l!:u:. and. o n 'thtff partic ul:a.r n Saht, 1\uhy h=-pponiicl t o lJe in tim
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by askio& tho colloco stu4onta t o loa•o. Ue h:a.d alway•
realize d that Ruby had a. quiclc t. f!l\ or .1nd WolS a lways tryi-'1 to
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was also known :aa ;a. Kond cc"' taupgf prior t o Wo rld Wu- II
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Club, at 12th ud Xodz ie A¥0DUO. Milio r •a• 1. tor-..or
referee, ••• n.n oldo r 1Adiv1c!ua.l .a..nct ·u.s a oaowhat o t a
loader llmon& thu .Juwish on tho ·•oat a1do. Be w;aa al•o
considorod Alii a .:a.mb11 nr hoy• ot tho "ll'Oa. a.a.d ":u: alway a
a e of't touch t or a. couplo ot bueke t o t anJono who ••• iQ.
coed ot t'1nanc: bl •11s 1stanc:e, Ito waa a woll-llkod IQ:lD,
respectod anct 1Dtorelltud lA &porta.
There •as .no oertala t 1ae wk·'a. Col ita. ••• 1o. ooDtact
with Jtub,- or any othore 1D the J••i•h aroup. Tb.et>e wet>e
uuual. aoot toa plaaea wber• thoy would conc.r•wat• aad on
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ocoaal.oA they would not ... on• a noUwr tor two ••e'ka at &
aul»y .... a n.a.t\l-ral-bO.t'O aDd Cook. rr••t pr14e
to bein& ab le to ae"'triii.t &n)"t Uic.. . JW a:gurntd re1ular •-
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Ruby aa4a aoat ot Barnoy .Ro.a' Ua:ht• and t.ravelloct
t o • York to aoalp t tcketa 0111 aaaa .
R011a du.-tnc the 193011 ••• tdolia.edl by th• •••t aida
1roup ot J u•i•b p•opl e •h.tcb iocluded flub y, Colitz aDd thet.r
crowd. lluby'" t;l oaar wore thoHe •ho were alflo •ora
i nt erested tn . . \ a 1.a Jluby'• call!lo , 1t ••• ntc ea8ary
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aod ha did not havu to co utrtbut o to •
Co l i t& doo.o nat tool that .Ruby c ou ld ha vo been a ft.

     

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fii   overyt h iG&', ho r ·Jct: h u d t he n1,: knaac "Sp:nky • .
P\L.rlni the 9u by ·.,.s aw:a.J frca ud
epoDt .:; oao tiao 1o Ca l ifo rni a wt tb Solly Sc hul •.ao , a ttabter
trc. tho woa t •lde o f Cblca&o who ••Mled fond o'f Rubt.
8chuh aao h:.d a raataur&nt in ! an f ranf'! t aeo but tUott abO\It
o1&:ht )' Oa r e aa:o.
Ruby and hie a a.loe proaot1onu, appeu·taa to
bO •c.e•b.at "lllh:utr•• i n paturg y s•q l ugitiaatSL-and hu W&B
ablu co tnducu P'JOpi o Into buy1Di va. rioua 11r.l'to• could
  •     o! !!a•:!f::.::t h:t!!!      
•o.o•b•t ot a c on .... ao, hoeover, he wau Dot the\ 't JpO to take
advaata&e or • 0111oone wbo could aot aftord 1t . To bla
•ubJ hall ao clo&a • Ia &.DJ'     a.dYeDtu.r••
a net P!.!!.!J!"!d t o be on ht,. owD.
COMMISSION EXHIBIT No. 1289-Continued
JACI( L , AtroY
Sineo about 1048 ha ha• .aot ••oa llilb)' &nd hi• ouly
tu•wladae ot. eu• utstll tho r e cant publicity givna him w:tQ
tha t oo occa•ion t r iaAdll would rc:•:tt"k that tboy hl\d Vi fl t t od.
Dallae ;tOd had a t'on Ruby .
Colita 18 acq ut tnt:ad with Joa IUld };orris Kc llaan,
J ohn Me Do na.ld, ! oll y Schu l11an, prnvl cuttly
Jo' r onch1• a.ncl Doa Art "=ayoo , nuuic Rifki n, rr:tnk
Roward
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Jack. U011'&rd
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Irwin Berko, Dnn Donn to
DArr iac:h a nd Lou Oravor.!Ln. no k nnw thoso 1adi v1du:t ln lrOJ.t
Cht c:..uo'• •••t ll ifto a ncl 'to hi s knowl u..:Jr:o nuby 'IUB no MQr\l
tlu..·• t hJI.Q hi•llOl l . TJI:a.t CLC!IU:J.lott\n•: >l Wkll
out of t l\o ir t retn t ho fi:J.JII CI :ar u;:r. and tt"3VOl l i nr:
t o"ot. hor a s " Colit:r. c nnnot tho i dontU.y ot
M&rt 1n Gi•plo, Mtko Ho.,c z. l o, A lox Gr ubur
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S:a.m Corel on,
tt.Ar .ry £p !\tn.1n and So)'Jiour Chaztn . Ho h • not a\lo'3ra 1t Ruby
c oul d h:\YO been c l osu to t hese De l"4.l C:\llud that
Duz&1v RUkl n •u x o.e,ba t t. o Rl.lb)" a £ Do nui o
D"'r .r1• cb . D1tk 1n now 15 c.ployod tn n l s;htclubs oa Chl tt:\Co' a
DO&T oor l b e1do , whUo 1!f ia t h? Los Ancol o!l or
Pranch co, C"l i t nrn i a, aroa and cu.ploycd by a whisky
c-.pany.
Maur;- Xahn, e ditor of a ota-bt.llfe •aaaJ.ino in
Cblcac o1 ttho"ld know Ruby 1n a .. uch aa ho wae ono ot
tbo -.ho t ravol)ed lo tba Wl&-t aido cro.,d. Colitt. kaOife
ot no c l oeo r o lat too.ship Ruby bu bad w.lt h anyone tn Cbtc•ao
11cce l oa ..- inl hor o 1o 1948.
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tbe Cbtoa::'"!::.t!;           .. •
occurrod thl'ouabOut t-ba olt' Ot Cblcaco aild ••r•
qa1aa1: tk Ja..,.tab SJ410P1• . Upoa learot.aa that a BuDd .. atiac
, •• belzac h•ld. tNt ia.tor.at"J.OA wCNlCl ba talapboaad to pla.oaa
like tha LD.wa.da.la Pool Ball. Da•• Klll•r' • tt.atauraDt, aD4
other banpata of tbll Jewlah tollowtea a.a.d. tb•J' woulcl
• o t-o t o bre ak ft
u •. n• tbaaa brawla ,· ta..-ar a J' a
l the Jewtab crowd iocludtnc: ld .. elt, aa ••11 aa &ubJ, aDded
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th1a ia.volvaaant.
Tbe JewJab. partioipa.ata Ja th••• attack• oo
!:o •;;:,:o ,:r:n!;:!i:i
ac.oa.t rea.ct1oa to Uowl\! da• that a Ou nd ••otta1 wal' takloa
pli;C'e tile J'e•hh people talt it noceaaary to atte_,t to
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that bt ac1v1e1hl tbe aroup t b&t b1 waa aware a BUDd. .. eti.q
•a.• be1aa held aod ba 1.a turn would otUr •atb•riq
a pot a to .ta rt t h .. ot t b.la t a.ct .
WbUe tb• 9lzUL.Ier, Coltta noalle4
that ituby Yi•ited hie bar Oil C*ll' oea -oocuton wbtle beJq
1Q ChJ.caao M4 away 1roa bla bu.a.he•• 1• Dallut T•-...•· lA
1.2J! • btl• op•rattac t.M Realto Aatl Lowtc•, tie ... vtaUad
by 8ub7 who ba<i Juat bae4 tU a1lttuJJ aery1c e.
lluby ee t Mr·Ytc::a aad bi• cowatQ.
Colitz bo ••• unueua n -t i...,¥ Otbii"-
1ndiv1duala bad aleo 1D tba atlitar1 ••r•tc e and d14
DOt u•o tbe 'lhlc b Jtuby ab ... ..s. At tba' Uao
Ruby asked Col1t& to lp•n htp 15 000 1DA&IlUOh aa be w-anted
to 1Dveat 1D hta •1•t•r' a bar 1D D&'lt... Coltt& r!.&l!!ed tlli•
lo.a aad aubtettu•AtlJ roc•i•ld a teh"raa tra. luby eaklAC
tor $2,600. Thta he alao r•lu.ed.
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UNI1' l":D STATES DF.P4KTM&l-tT 0'
••••••a. a u au. U OP JNYXITlClATION
Cb1ea&o, Illtaoie
June e , 1064
JACI I., RUBY;
I..:E IWIVA'Y OllWAI.II -
VICTI U
CIV II. IIIGirrS
Rob&rt O'Connell, SoAtor Clork
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llo&rd ot Rduc&t1oo,
LAfayette Sc bool Depos 1 tory, 2714 T/tli t AUfiWI t a
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Clai9a10,
ft.&rni•hed the 1Aio.r•at1on on Junu 8
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.Juna 23, 1911. tn Chicago, JJ11Do1e, 1 a.t hor Jo•epb, attendocl
:i::.y tb G.rll&"Da.r School, CU caco, t r a. Oct.obtr U, lOlG,
t ho 19:10-1921 term. Uo cortpletod lr:iodor•artan to pade 4D.
Mo £TD.doa wore abown tor t bia po r i od.
.J'acob Rubtaat•tn, 1121 SOUtb Marwb:fiol.d, bora
April 25. 1911 , Chi.Car;o
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Jllinote , tat M I" Jo.opb aocl DOtber
l;.ao.nie, att.eQQed Clarll:o Scbool, Cbioa go, t r oa :Soptombe.l' 6,
1921. , t o t bo ot:lCl ot tbo 1 921-1922 tox.. ao c oap1eted th•
.fourth grade. No cractae · ·•r• .bo .. a.
Jack auboute1a
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of 1924-192!5 tora. Ruboostolll coaploto4 tba •1xt4 crad•
-.nd al.Do " r •etdonco of 2247 Jowa, Cbica10, wae 11et.act.
nu.bonatoi n'a .rrad. .. wore not abOwo.
J'aclc llu.bOa.etolo. Sa.ca·a•nato , Cb.lc&ito att:.,Ddle"-
Shepa.rd. Sebool, Chlc aao, .tro• GeptUIII hot• , 1•)2,, u nt i l the eDd
o f tbo ae•e» tcr 1o. Sc pf\uahet< , IU.nr. J.ubeQ.IItu iG
oo:ropleted gra.dea 7A, 88 aDd 8A.
nuboutolD'• ll.•a4eo .,.ro r•tl•ot·Mi .. to11U'Ifa;
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reputed to be ·top local.
organized crime fipre in Chicago, was contacted at
Wesley Memorial Hospital ,br SA 'a AUGUST C. DKPFP aDd·
.JOHN W. ROBERTS, n. ALLSGR.ETI'I, a patient at 'tb18 •
hospital, atated that be bad DO knowledge of JACI aUBr
and does not recall anyone bJ that name being 1D 'the
· Chicago area. ALLBGUTTI aaid thatSt:f RUBY- was actin J.ll
the Chicago area, be •ay have aeen bill but doea. aot · .,----
remember the Daae. .lLLBGRE'lTI •ade a point of atat1ac ' ·
if RUBY bad been "connected", be would have bown Ilia.
was t asked whether RUBY could have been
. active in the Capone rganization and ALLEGRETTI
replied by atat , , I just told 7ou he was aot
connected". In a further discussion concerning JACS
RUBY on the aurder of OSWALD, ALLEGRETTI waa uked .
whether be had any knowledge of an association betw_ll . .. .. _ . ·- _
RUBY and the Dallas Police Departaent. ALLEGRET'l"l
etated that be had DO bowledge Of 8\lCh &SSOCi&tiOU ·.
and did DOt know anything concerning aUBY ezcept
wbat be bad read iD the and aeen on tele-
•1aion. _ ·
During this interview of JIIOI'E- At:J;BGU'rl'l, · . .
- lt is noted that there were tour other •
one of whoa was identified as T . . · . ··
a known associate of ALLSGRETI'I and aaabliDc pa,off ·
aan. The others were anidentified, however, aone of.
· these persons admitted to kDowinc of JACX ·&lJB'f or .
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-- • Speo1al Agont W. Harlan BrOYll that Bva Grant operates the ::·;;;.· . _-.,
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that Eva Grant reportod that a diamond In ono of her rings . - · . ...
was miss1ne and as a consequence she was one of the suspecta . : - .
in the alleged theft of thla d1aooncS. A I>Dllas deteet1Ye · .. ··
wl th the D.u-glarr and 'J'beft Bureau her aDd quostloo84 .. .
ber concerning tho m1es1na diamond, sbo stntod, and roquostod _ .. .. ·
thot abo take a llo detector test. Sho stated that sbo was .. · .. -... ·
w1111ng to tal:e this tost but upon talklDL: to her attorn07 . . .
sbo was told bJ blm that tests of this kind were 1nconclus1Yo :: ·: ...
and advised her aot to take sueb a test. She: advised that · :-:· ····'·--· ,-
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resides and had also lived on the l'est Coast. She bas ben .. .. ·
ta Dallas for about two or three 7ears
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lnvolYed during the war Jeara ln tbe illegal sale of sugar . . ·, .
stamps Which led to the conviction of a aao IW!Icd Jonoa who ·
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL B UREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHINGTON, D. C. 20535
April 18, 1980
Mr. A. J. Weberman
Independent Research Associates
6 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
This is in further response to your Freedom of
Information-Privacy Acts request pertaining to Mr . Gene Shriber .
Enclosed you will find a copy of the only material
that the FBI has pertaining to Mr . Shriber . I trust that
this will satisfy the content of your request.
Enclosure
Sincerely yours ,
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Freedom of Information-Privacy
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The following information was received San
Francisco Office on January 24, 1964, relative · to ' information ·
received from GEORGE T. at Dallas, Texas, on January 23,
1964, to .the effect that one GENB. SBRlVER, of San Francisco, ·
had pertinent information regarding JACK L. ROBT and BVA L. ' GRAHT,  
also known as RUBENSTEIN, in that RUBY •nd GRABT · allegedly ·were··
employed by SHRIVER in san FJ;ancisco, California, and in Chicago,
Illinois a ·
The following investigation was conducted by SA
WILLIAM N. JtiDWELL , JR. 1
AT · SAR FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA I
The individual described as GENE SHRIVER by GEORGE T• · '
DAVIS is GENE L. SCHRIBER, 3050 Nineteenth Avenue, San Francisco,
california, a former associate of •BONES• REHMER, deceased, .. San
Prancisco , and Lake Tahoe, California, gambler. -SCHRIBER was
resident of Chicago during a portion of the time RUBY was a ·
"' · · resident of that city. · SCHRIBER operated a card room in San
· ·· Francisco with REMMER during the period ROBY resided in San
Francisco. SCHRIBER is acquainted with the gambling · element
in many areas of the United States, including Dallas.
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SCHRIBER has been contacted frequently during the past
several months in connection with an Unlawful Flight to Avoid
Prosecution matter in wicb his a on, known as EUGENE SCHREIBER, .
is the subject.
. on January 24, 1964, SCHRIBER reiterated a previous
statement to SA WILLIAM N. JUDWELL, JR., to the effect that be
does not know JACK RUBY or his sister, EVA, has never aeen
in Chicago or San Francisco and has never employed these people.
Be bas never seen photographs of JACK and EvA and has discussed
the case with acquaintances in San Francisco. Be bas never told
anyone he knows them or employed them.
SCHRIBER that some years ago GEORGE T. DAVIS
did some legal work for him. Be' has not bad any dealings with
DAVIS •ince that time.
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JANUARY TWENTYTHREE LAST CONCERNING 7

DESCRIBED ER Rlf DAVI;_ GENE
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ON JANUARY TWENTYFOUR INSTANT, SCHRIBER REITERATED
PREVIOUS STAT!MENT TO SA WILLIAM N.
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NOT KNOW JACK OR EVA RUBY, HAS NEVER SEEN THEM IN CHICAGO OR
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SAN FRANCIS.CO, HAS NEVER EMPLOYED THESE ·PEOPLE. HE HAS SEEN
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PHOTOGRAPHS OF JACK AND EVA AND HAS DISCUSSED CASE WITH
IN SAN FRANCISCO. HAS NEVER TOLD ANYONE HE
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HARVEY OSWALD, aka - VIC.
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. Kr; WENTWORTH DUR}-T, Attorney, 2323 Fidelity
Union Towers, "telephone telephonically
0ont acted ae on 1/22/64 and related the following infoxmatlon.
San Francisco, who is
in Washington called DURANT on 1/22/64,
he would like · t · , tal with some appropriate person
or persons in Dallas relati to the background information
/ ' ot RUBY and n Attorn who is represent-
tug RUBY • .
DURANT related that DAVIS stated he would arrive
in Dallas, Texas at 11:50 AK on Flight 107, 1/23/64. DURANT
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s to meet DAVIS and have lunch with him.
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your instructions, arrangements have been made
wi th FRANK AUSTIN, Manager of Braniff's operations at Love
Fi eld whereby room 707 can be utilized for the interview for
  This room is Dormally used by Braniff as a conference
press room. It is located adjacent to Braniff gate 11.
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SAC J. GORDON SHANKLIN .
I talked with PAUL P. O'CONNELL, ASAC, San Francisco
at 10:00 AM today and discussed the above facts with him and
asked him it there was anything that aight preclude us trom ,.·.
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· CHARGE. GROUP OF PROMINENT BUSINESSMAN KllNN AS UPSli£ DOliN CLUB PROVlDED .:. I(
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PHOl'O THIS INDIVIDUAL. RECALLED CLUB IDCAl'&D SECOND FLOOR IU BIDCK Ar.ROSS FROM ·
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CLUB WKLL DOWR AXD MEMBEJis WVLD RECALL   AMD FURBISH DATULS • . . ,_. . .
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The follm·ring infonnation is confident;-i-;-a-:1::-_-an:--d-;;--1;-s -----
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CHARLES E. BITlBR, Chief Special Agent , Pacific
Company, 520 ''Jest 7th, Room 510, Los Angclcs
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Tcle nhone number -5-1082 is listed .At
5222-   Olympic Boulevard, Los Ca!l:fornia.
has in effect since 1962.
The following toll calls t·rere made :from HE 5-1082
during the period September 23, · 1963, to November 25, 1963:
Date
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9/25/63
Place ·called
California
Queens, Neu York
City, Ne\'1 York
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OR 7-2311
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The hour of the day for the calls on September 23, 1963
and September ·25, 1963 is not available.

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thoy tnlkcll cbout o. nur.:bcr or th1nca 1ncl cd1n.'!: Cllr -: · ,
t:i\!:!1 b u:J1nce :o. r.uby ca1d ttut ho 1;;0uld c cncl hl1.2 (Orubllll'), ·
n uoz , he c ubacqucntly did, nuby nnkcd it ho had
heard a bout Prco1dcnt bo1nc killed end then sto.rtod ··
crytns , tho by cayiJU that ho
coultl not tttllc any lllOr o. 1;o doou not know uh)' . ·
F.uby c:lllod him nnd con only that nuby
to t.':llk to o. fr1ond at a t1c:t llhcn ilo 1·:r.o OII:Ot1onally
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o.r 505 N:tln :.t1-cct, TC,;ao . In t.h1c pa rticular
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( Cr\ili.il r}, written to Ru':l::t c>:pl'C:::ainc his
::orro:1 over nuli::l' G r; r .::d.1en!:-=nt. In hlo l e tter, auoy
t.l:.:l:\lccd hli:l f -.:- hiD CA.)rC::::: ion or the
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a;;:o Ruby anrl onc Ccor,::l
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telephone directory ·revealed· that · one CARLOS CAMARGO, ..
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: ,· .. Mexicali #45 , . Mexico, D_. · P. , ·.has telephone numbers ·; ·
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: .. .. 2/13/64 ·CAMARGO, : Calle Mexic_ali #45 ,"'
i F., _ advised that he .never visited Dallas, Texas, :·in· his.
.. • • ·. life· and that Jlexico City number 14-96-:-28 bas never.-··) · . .. ,::
.. · .. to him.; 'r: ... advise4 be·· has·_.
of JtUBY and __ LEE HARVEY OSWALD only through publicity· .. ·
; persons in various news media and has bad no personal
'. -'· of either. ·.: CARLOS CAMARGO pointed out that his . .. _··:
: .;::·_ }':: . is not uncommon in Mexico City; that his own son is in· fact··.:·.?·' ,:· _.., , _;,
;   ·named CARLOS CAMARGO MARTINEZ, .J>ut that : without .the· .. •
  ;: · .. appellido" or maternal" surname of such" an '·individual ·' it would 'f.··.-..y<
{ ·:-,·J<: be very difficult, if not to who the . .. 1
·. _- pertinent CARLOS CAMARGO might·· be in Mexico_ City, .&: · ... ·,:;;_··.: =>' .. :··
.. ,_city ... than .. five · mill_i:Qn persons. _·,,-·; . ... · .. .. ;f· · :>;.!·;<;
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-:} :-.. <: ._.'··. On 2/13/64 a check ·of the records · of the Visa ..
    -: U. S. Embassy, Mexico, D. P., · was made in an effort to identify .. _.:. . .
;-: a Mexican national by the name of CARLOS CAMARGO who might have ;: . · · . .. '
had Mexico City telephone number 14-96-28; however, t _his check .:··_: ·.·· . .. ·
  : revealed that · the .telephone· numbers .of . visa applicants are .. not :
. .-:-:.!···: . normally' listed on visa records and 'no conclusive. data -
:;!i1t::_\; CARLOS .. --: . .j
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UACB, and inasmuch ·as .. it appears that some ·error· ..
·have been ·made in the recording of the Mexico City telephone · ... ...
·as that of CARLOS CAMORG9 or CAMARGO in relet, no · .. ·-::·:. ·.:-.:·,: _ _. ·. :. · _:
action· is contemplateq by · the Mexic() City The \:?; ..
  may desire to _have the _Dallas Office recheck the address.,·:>.-:::· ...  

... . book of JACK L. RUBY in order to establish that the Mexico City •
number of. the __ · ..
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·lead received 2/14/64 to determine whether JACK RUBY may !:·.::_... · ;
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• .-i:.' .. : >·. the Mexican airline . known . as . . _de Aviacion .•. :,· .. : ?····· : ·
       
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URRI IOI.AYU', 4744. Cl areadOA, &d.-.l .. d "tb.at be b ..
.UCI " SPAU!w ".&W4JUf'l'BJ)( and faaily praGtloallJ &11 bia life.
•• related b.l• •a.t tl'•que.at cotl'taet •1t:h SPAK.IY
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•1•t.:c• •vA OJL\Jn' :ln. Sa.a rranolaco about 183&, at wbich ti.aa
aPA&n aatl 11111111 •l•ter wn·• at tlrat ••ployed. by tb• Sa.u l.ra.ncieoo
Qall - Hew•papar and later by t.be Sa4 l:aaalaer
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H• related :i.PAR.kY lett Sau rran.ci•co about 1938
•ad he dJ.d oot. ••• bJA •&ala uut il he eaw .bia 111 Ch1ca.eo ri1ht
a tter Worlcl wu Jl , wharo SPARKY was ena-qad 1D & bu•laeae knowo
u 111..1'1 Pl'oduct• , wlth Jli.a broth•ra and. SAX AlJBDSTii N,
He •t:aUCI l ul .Proelu.c.te a anu. t&ctu.red llD.d .sold •
1uaa •uc:.b aa •al. t aoct pepper •h.Uers, •crew dl'lv•r eete , eto.
Jl• •a.i-4 •\4ll••q)UIIatl)' l,t t tti.U tollow1flr & t•11J
aod •• ot t:o Dan .. , 1'•xa.s , •Dora bla; •u•ter, EVA GRAJr."'T ,
ha4 op.I!Ad a 0.11ht cl"b, Be related ht 1• not c:ertaiD whea SPA&rt
HAt to l)alJaa, bUt bel.i eVG8 it a&J b.Jve be•n 1.a 1947 Cr "19t4.
I• rec alle d tb.&t be ZVA OBA.Jtt' $500 to bolp
w r .-• tile Oallu 41&'bt clu.b aud. SPJ.Rn' wu not y•t ta Dallas
wbe.a t.e weot there ia. 1847 to •eu £V.l &Dd tb• club. Be actv1ud
be did DOt aee &PA.&D qa.L.a 'lAUl SPA.UT'• t&tb.e-r : diad •D4 b4
••• SPAU'r at tile f'u.ae.ral ia Chic:a,ao. ae &&1d hie l,ut per•oaal
cc>AU.C.t w:Ltb SP.lart occ:\l.rl'•d 1o Chicaco DDe year a.t'ter tbe
IY.$ral.
He •taUcl be hu a•v• r koon SPARrf to ha\<e bad aoy
.. aocuua coa.Ae cc1oa• "or • acd be relate d he b.a.a .aey•r ln!.owu
&.PAAlY co • to a .a.y •uhv•r•lve or lit& g-roup "type
K• add \o lll1• ll::aowledce SPAR.XY RUBLMST.Etlt cevor l[bblod,  
or Grant .1D exce•a. lie •ald. he bea.rd t.ha:t SPARA'Y b.Cld bad soma
e.oG..D•e t :L on w1tb t. Wll.oa ln Cb:Lca.s:o betora- he went t o San rrancleco,
ttu&: h• doe• Dot kuow what that coauctioa aat have beon,
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CoMMISSION ExHIBIT No. 1200
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CA/IN reoal1ed RUBr, at - ts-, orc>l'Joo4 tOr bia ·
omoh in &pproximato1:r 1934 or 1936 111 a olotbln& · a tore looatol2
Jle&r llaleto4, Street l.lld lloounn llolld 1A Cb1oqo, Atter tid a
oaoplO)'llleat, be eold proa1"" 1te11o, that to, ouob tb1qa u ,...,._
aD4 .o t'ol"'tb. '
CAIIN ut!Od to ••• lltllr .,f!\llarl:r u botb would attelld
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ts- wu inloreoted 1n l>oolc1JIA oa enterta!Mr ...., wu
or Oc:r.ITL IID4 CARll wl>ca be oowd OC>RtMt 1a - ron.;
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COLVIN atated JttBINS'T&lW ia 4•URlt•lJ ;ot. eoJ2oD.Cta•
with Cb.tcq:o •u a peraoA of •ood • a"taudarde,
althout:h be did cUaplar a qutcll te•per oa oco.,.lollla. P&"oa bla
knowlodc• he, &ll\EM'S'I'IUI, COLVJK atated lo. hie opla.ioa., wu
loJal to hia coUDt.rJ wi thout •• voluteerad
tbat auunurl'IJK, •bo b.ad a aenaithe ao•t probablJ
•laplJ "flipped lt..U. lid", aubaequent to tM uaualaatloa o1
tbe Preat.ckRt ud 1111 a fit of pualoa did what be tllo .. b't ...
iD ... tile lite ot I.D II.UftT 080&UI. COLYIJ OODCllld ..
bJ' atal.l.q that. duria• 'Cbe u ... M bad kAo ... wu
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11111ted atat.ea.

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A': CUICAOO, I LLINOIS
On N'OVolmbor ! CSJ
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SPERO PALADINO and ALEX
  OilDrD. tors nt Club   :a<1vts:nd thAt 1t 1\':l.lli
IU,111" who hnu I'Ol"il!Udi' oPc,·atod t his c lub na well
.3t. the R.l1l :1.nd llolly...,ooc.J ClLibs. Tboy that UAAilY
they h.:LVtt bccA abl e t o ao t ora1no:
Oll :1\0VOI'l'bor :!0, 1063
/ AL UI L.«;TSI/1, ol Stop-Licbt Lounco, 4759 l'ioct
Uoor.o vel1: :tu:Ld, Ctcaro, Ill1no1n, ndv1scd t h:..t ho b3d novor
cur.t:NSTtU: but th:t.t h"' had bCJ::Lrd of ht.c: f.a "ldd
t:h&t 11\1 boll\lvav uunt:USTtlN, n round 19<13 t o UJ50: bdd
t h41 Club o. 6ol.r1p-toa:;o j oint on Ua.dl 1:;on or R:lnt!alph
tAJ ts. uo n Chrk StroOt;>; . He s :n.d tb:lt 'this c l ub
1 !0 :.tt 11 in ext'1tonrc, lio !I& i ll t h:n ha boUcvod IttmJ:;(STI:Ui
opor:'l tc:d :t nothQr t:'lvorn ut Chlc:\co =o.t the s 01 .. , 0 :.teo.
  catJ:od tf ho koo,.. lt the n trtil::':YSTSJN who oper:ato d.
tbr Club J...'\Rou::o •=-.:.. t ho S3NO ll:lr\ o ho b:ad boo.n a.rr cstod for
llthOo tinc ot LEE 06UA[.D. UILS'".LIH t h:1 t tho n:too w:ts
tbo • ::an rJ ho A.s;cu.c.od t bay \l'cro t llo socc iodivl du:al o:.
Thu invootic:atio n wac; by S.o\a
J'A!.!!S A. Ant.'O'M' :aad c; wu:s L. u:toJ::l, J r . :
    llAEJt, opor a tor, H acd n Rest.aurant ,


( Q •• novn h:ancout. !Ol" Ch. lc:tr:o boc!c:al:o r s, ca:)blors ,
JUlCC con, and r'Dtt y :t'-'visod t b.:lt ho !(OOrJ
RUDY 11 yeoar» :ttfO r !'lon tMy \fCl'O "hustlc.:rn'' in " :1xwu
;lroc.. llo he h:t£ nor socn P.(iDY u.inco ...t hc t
t lu:e and   to ooz:o.J:tOot t urthar, Gt:t ttnc r.h:tt ho c.OC!I nOt
anyt : .... doou not on.nt to flzo t involved". a .ot:::t
tr tcd to r ollch huo :Htorncy toforc t::&.lkin:r r11th ,i.[lcnta •dth
ngl];;tt Lvo r ut .ults. , And bocor.1c.1 l nccns od t o rhi nk th!lt thO FBI
•o'-' l d to hlm coacurnln!J RUSY.
COMMISSION EXHI BIT No. 1247
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lt£AJt:a.t IOBJlOW • liquor I t ore opcr•tor , 794
HcAUilt•t' San f'Tanchto, realdcnc.e ,
A1'Ungton, S•n rrnnc1aco, adv1 ,ed a• followa :
BOBROW &aid that he waa e,qua1nted Y"ith RUD't',
wh01n kn.w Aa "SPARJCY," hllvin& m•t. hitu • 1n th•
e arly 19)0' e 1n Son FrAnciaco. they were both £r0111 t he
t i  
F.'.JI\ CR!.KT • for nbout one- year when t hey lived in an a partaont
loemcad •t 345 Jcnos Street, San Francisco. Thi' Tcsid•nce
aocurrcd approx.lmaLely 1936.
»01.\ROW worked with RUBY '" a news papec sub ...
•cription ttalo'"man lor the San Franc:.hco • a da ily
ncwapapeT . 'RUBY lll.lY h.:tVC!: beRn e•ployed in a dmlla.r
capaci t y by other San Frtutei sco new5papcrs. They were
pnrt: o! a croup of youns me n who came hom Chico'lgo to San
 

numbered about f1ftocn.
At the ct..o of hie re•id.e.nc• with RUBY at tha

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Ua. aaid tholt SUJBY v.u a likeable.
who va' aoft -apoken a nd ln hie o re••
and a ppearance Kc haa nevt>1' known RUH'! to have engaged.
i n ac:civi t.y, ond RUBY n ever expr essed Don ln-
  oi"!         act i vity. pouti.cularly
BOBROW idontifhd RUBY with tho Dallas 1d lllnao
a s n result of re4c1i n& DC\oi'S crt-iclca eoncQrnlnt these 1n-
c tC:cnt . Ke a aid h a probabl)' never voulc1 have r ecog,o.h.ed
RUe;' ' photocraph 1n the since he h3a not aeen
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aowe o£ hi I San Fr.anc hco acqua.1ntancee. He s tated that
RUB" \ I.3G kriCT.m onl y 41 JACK RCil!NS'IEIH when ho waa ln San
Fr cncic;co. -
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VIRGI•IA IV.RlAll
re&idence, 1517 l Sth Avan\1 s"' waa inter...,lewed •l t her
:ec:•ived a t•l•phone c a ll ... li nd a dvhed •
about . a. month ar.o. I t w•• juat a
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• f rc• O•l l oll a Texa•,
.J.cquatntance G includinr. JACK RUDY ca ll conoarnlnr. IIUtu•l
CRAflT DI:LASCO a d"'! • e ho n ne ver m•t t VA
about 1936 at a da nce At th ned •h" firat Ml!!lt JIICK ttOUY in
  Sho !illw COII'JIIun[ty Center ill San
Sl;.c ti1.1es from 1936 unt il

Y ;L\ a younc t eona cer
t o New York City ui t h her mot h, l iJ 'tl . oho. went
noci01lly e ver y wcakencJ .i n tJ or ftnr1 PUl)Y a ntcrtainc<J her
E; iW JIICK RUBY on l' t!dl"' l 111.11, in ll •w Yor k.. ShB l Aat
tJove: rnher ,1 nd l Q!fl h y , 7 , 1 941 . rn
11e: w York on tll• h
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w e n RUDY would vi s i t her in ·
brot her • EAR!. i e t!Uwp l oy• d wi t h hi younnes t:
dnd his brother tARL • n kcs Bllrre , Pcn n5ylvtlnia RUB't
the runni Of'. " "'pl.lneh-bOard r.lc;k;t " in
RUDY r e fer t o hi "' rel.n.tiv ,anU in a.u·re. She ha to h eard
!>i&ter, EIL.r.l:fl
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an tVA GPNfT, his yo
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t.h4 t RUUY hao .J oous l b ar, SNU1't • She al!io under- .
employed a s • wai 't'rc .. s d t
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n , Y Ntle or JUDY , YhO i a
She. RUBY il; un D Aeat•u..,ant in San l'r•nc h co
wa& a date." younc ILln who dr•sseo ve ry l.lel l a nd •
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ROBERT lEE :;nORW.N, 332 Avcnut, tonK
Beach, Cal1fornta, •chlsed knoW' JACK RUB'/ the Ca rouee l
Cl\Jb i n DBllan, Tex.o, prior t o about Kly, 19()2. Prior to
th1o data SHORMAN was • band • "tho wo:i<ocS e t the · C1rouael
Club. At a bout the t1ae tho rel a t J onaht p bet.,cen SHORMAN an:S
R\JIIY term1.natec.l , flU8'/ a ttempted to hnvo GUOI\MAI{ i nvoot about
$6, 000 1n RUDY' a RUDY offered to tnako SIIOllMt\N a
110rtner. S!IORMAN ::;tatod he W3ntod no port of ti\1M deal a.a
he h1)d henrd RUBY had hlld many pat'tnora 1 n tho p.aot , blJt that
tho3o 1nd1v1.dual a haO rool1zod no rot\l rn on their i nve stment.
Bccnllee o f t his and bdCR\JOO of RliDY •·a gono r a l bad temper,
thane had gra. duolly broke n wi tt\ RUBY, SHORMAtf
d1.d not m ow t he names or a ny or those t onnor J')D.;rtnero or
RUllY.
SHORMAN advJead that on one oooaa1on, dato not
he obDervad RUBY and another not
known to SltORMAU, be3t a patron at the C1roueel w1th t h•1r
f 1.:>ts ttnd t hr ow him down tho at3l rG at thtt Carouse l Club.
SHOfU.lAN d1d not observe the patr on after hl.a ov1ct1on, did
not trnow t he ox•,;;ent of t ho 1nj ur toa 1nfl1c t cc1 , l.t any, or the
o utcome or t his 1"113.tter
SHORMt.N adv1•ed thtt.t t he patron, who wae e victed
t"rot11 t he Cilrcueel Club , was a well dretu;ed 111ldd l e-agcd .. n ,
  a bualnes:uMn. who had gotten into an a.rgumant at
tho bar in the Carous el. SHOilMAK did not know t he cauae or
t he a. rgumcil't. but thought it cd&ht have concemed tn ove rcharp,
SHOR!'.rul 41d oot l<now Who ltalpcd Rll!l'{ b ut ooollt!Mtd hilS
to be a n o!'f-duty pollee o!!l cor a:. he dLd not know h1• to
be an elll?loyce or the CarouDe l . 'l'hllt Jnd1v1duol 1n
ctvil.tan elot.he:J and SHORKAN ea1d he coule2 not 1mg1no a nother
patron c omi ng to RUD'Y
1
s ao:stato.nco. SHORMAN ata tcd he aleo
ob:Jerved that pollee oftlecra o1ther on duty or ot t duty did
not pay ror thei r drlnka. na tel t thlt btcauae or th.la •
po lice officer wo1lld reel obUg&ted t o aut•t RUBY.
12/4/63.,
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CoMMlsstoN ExHIBIT No. 1250
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Dr71ffiVlD.l Otl .... IEXA:W!:Ti i'HIL!P , , 1•- .'(.H;:.-.::1 I'H!Lir   li.EI'HJ.:.!JTED
, 01 FJl5SIDJ.:JlT'!l o:: • r.:;:u .. • :.r ...... u,,.;,r•:; co:1.a:;.ncn o:r      
': OP'PllWTD!ZliT,K!ilfil!mY, UY LV=!'!< '£0 Tltf. C" I'I.OOIC!l!:o' h1::<llEDYt I:Y TO Til!: D:UU:CTOn,
. DAT<D :::: ::_,\!LtfU:''c•"o m••al3 9 Fn! D.\Tr:D

artor for.-Ar PN>n1dcnt I
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or nn.1 uto • •• . - , c, ... , en • ne::t<L!l:J1n:;'lted, ha received n lone dl!ltancc call in •
.w or n con•tar!!:ltlon \lith nuby in Lon Angclc::: fro:D Ruby in Ruby upcot nr:.d
.1:: \:.or•:: club in t:1llr.D- on thin   cc..:nn1on, thOY tnlltCd obout n nur.:bcr or thtncn !.ncll!din!!: the cor '•Jc:.
w'•;rJt:l r·:-.lO t:ct-c • b:,• r;:Jb:r to bo bc\..herlnz 1::1nh bu::.;1r:.en:.. Huby ::nld. th:tt he -.:ould :t;Cf'.d h1L1 (a rubor) f1
.!"· t/c:::::.n !n .:ll!b, ;'l.11tl r.u;,:; t:.!l ti":.:·::::c of thcr.e · 11 Uog, he ::Uh::Jcquently diU. Ruby naked if he hat! '
in n 1"1[.ht. !"::!b:r \:!lts l.n !::nocklnc:. cut hcnrd :tbout the rrcnlr:!ent boim: killed end then ntarted .i'-'}
n11 or t.hc!:n 1r.d.1V1t':.ua1::. C!'Ub.:·r left Lnllnn cho:rtl::r crying,   th!l convcr:::ation by ::a:rfiu thnt he l
    nncl h-:.11 no co:;.tnet with ncl:ly tmtti nbout t-..o could not tallc n.ny r!OI'O. He docn not \mo\1 ..:.-:.actly utty )·
pr!o:- to the nc::-.annin:'\tlcn. or for:ncr ?l"'C":l.i"t!.:·nt I\Uby cn.llod nnd cnn only opcculatc that Rcby \:c::.ntcd , .
to U!lk to n .friend at o. tirna t:hen ho \tr:.n etOOtion.:tlly

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-:;to>Jp:J. Joplin, :U!:=ocri, to ect infortjtlon
en
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r.:nd vl!l1t.r.a P.uby for
U.'!y:;. ;,..! not. vl•d•· r .. •-; u .. :lit. h0:7.0, but ::::J.\7 F.'.:b:.r
Clt:':i fl'C::I chout G:O'J !'.a. 1.n t.hc c•:cn:!.ns
t.::. <;!.1   tl:...-::: tltc l'ollc::ln;: c.:>r:nnc. !:nt1
  [c;:d of   e:x;.::::o1C.nCC!l C!;1.!".:!l.l il"', 1
nnJ c!\ u   or cc::-::"l!cr.;;,   ct:Jr.cC!'!'l
nbo'.!t h!::: bel:-:;; po.:.:-. i.'.uUy tlnt t:.o
hnd tCC:l hy Utrl \!!11Cr. 'to ::r.-:.tC\l:"
::.t: hio clubJ m-:d tl'.'lt h1n
  h:wir,,: '.;!'!Oil' o.:·-::tcu:.·      
m'.!nticn tl"..:lt no   a:-;U h.l::. ::.:10!1 t:1c
club uith   r.:!.!.:.r1o',ar., tut C;. ... r.ot Neall
th'.l o!: thc::::c p:ttrto!;.! ...· cctc   by
'i'ltc:;r Gld d1ncu!!::     the com·::o or their
:!.nclt:dir:C c:•l.!'J.:r
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U.":!J.h. or;c:.-:::.tl.on. Politico t.::to C.l!lCt.::l:JOcl.
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Cmn,usstON EXHllllT No. 2284-Continll<:"<.l
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=· n::.to bi.l"tb
Pl:U:o of birth
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r..>cu;-ity Rw:.bo;-
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Ccuc=i=
Fobruury 1, 1!lll
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COMMISSION ExHIBIT No. 2284-Cnntinut-d
nc roccivctl n letter Ruby earlier thiG ·
:rear pontdntcd P'cbru.':l!.·:r 4, Hl.th the return add:r-c!H>
or 505 H.:\10 !ltrcct, Dnllcnr 'l'Cxnn. In thin particular
Ruby aclmc..ulctlecd receipt of n prior letter uhlch l:
(G"ul'"'') h:ld C.:lrlier to his
th•
Gruber 1c not ncqun1ntcc1 u1t.l1. LcH.13 J. r.:c U1.lllo.l
L-:,trcncc l·:c-ycrc, P ... 'l.lph Wlll,   CcnntorJ TI::.-oclc \:n.ll ·.
Joe ?etcrnon. no recalled. the p:1pcr ::evoral
::or.tl-.!1 .:te;o o.bout fiL:by and one Gcorco rcot:ling; . ,
  prior to ?rc:::i!!Cnt Kennedy':. . ·
J!:; h."i!l no knC\Ilcaz_e of nny   ln or en ·
pnrt or Ruby conccrnl.n.S the :JO.le or jCCp:l, J:un3 or
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AUCAIIA atated tt\at on one oocaa1on tn Aprtl or
be   a     with :::T o!;! my
Ja1l. AUIA!fA otated tnot he dooo not l<now t he oxoot onors•
lN.t. bel:levaa that lt wu tor carrying a concea led. we01pon olnce
   
l"'IYOlv•r With bia, olaialn& t hat he did t h.1a e.1nce he c arrhd
1.,.. IWIA Ot' JIOl .. J' .
AUCANA that a t ter M aol d hia t wo thtrct 1ntereat
in the Cl@ Veaao to Rlll!r on J""" 19, 1954, he u w RUBY on
aev.ral oaou1ona betore leav1na the Dallaa, Texaa area i n 1955.
AUCAHA atate1 that he hae only eeen RUBY onoe-.tnoe l!J3f u .• ..,_--
l>eJ.nc on a viait he aade to Dall oo 1n 196o.
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AtiWIA otatoa that RUBY io a voey o100t1ona1 and
unate.ble 1nd1¥1c1ual .. Ho aee•d to know evef7 policeman .1n
llallao and evo.-y l..ooportant otti oial and nowopopo.r 11an.
AUCAHA atatea he doea not knoW' the na.ea ot Ul"1 putlcul&f'
police ott1ae ra, ot t'1o1ale or netta:Papo4tr with vboa RUBY
1a aoqua.lnted. but atat•4 t hat RUBY aeeme¢ to kn.ow •veryone
who wao 0117b0<\7 in the cu:r or llallaa.
AutANA atatec:1 that on one oooaeton, RUBY •nt1ol\td
that he had o ateter anc1 a br other, but he doe a not knclw t h&t
RU'BY •ver their · He eta t c4 tha t he ca.Mot
re•all over ....,t1113 any .. llbo.r of tho RlMtw:Ul:y. Ko ota.to4
that Rlll!r had a &1.rl t'riond n&IIIOd ALrCII l • ot n&JOO w>known)
during the pot"10<1 or u ... t hat he lmow in Do. llao ti"Oil 1953
to 1955. He etated, however, that he Cal)l'Ot f u.rn1ah &nJ
additional intomaUon concornlng ALrCll ( laot name unknown) .
ALKANA atate• t l\ :3-t he nevor m. t or eaw LEE HARVEY
and doe a not know any c onnee tton t hat RUB't have hftcl wt tt\
OSWALD. ALKANA at ated t h4t llt18Y nover oppoared to hav e
pa.rticul a.r i nte...,at in poU t1ca . lie d l<l not know or V>J pol1 t1oal
a ot1viey on h.ia part . AU\AIIA etat.<S thet he I<Mwa or no 1nro...,.t1on
ooncarn1ng the Pair Plar ror C..aba or any other pol1t1aal
organization t n Dall a.a 1n Which RUDY wa1 aeaoQ1e.t ad.
-- A ata te4 that Rtmr i ntimated that he had aont aota
w1 th vazo1oue C"trte---
t ha peri   Ho 1tatod
t hat he • •qg:own KICKEr COHEII 1n tho put. lie f urth•r a.<lvUo4
t ut kOSi it.Wi 1 S J I 0 at I l aaMernin&
1nd1v1duale whom' n. mt&ht have known taat- otten gave tM
1na1nuat 1on that he knew eYerybociy that waa wort h Kncw:lna: . AUCAHA
a that he never bel1evad fl iJBY had. &n,' aaeoc1at1ona wl th
1Jilportant people he lik.od to give that mpreuot on. He etated
tha.t th• only 1nd1v1\1ual he knew wlth WhOIQ Rtm'i wae aaeool nt ed.
Who N.ght be able to turnt ab ad41t1onal 1ntormat1on conoernina
RUBY woUl<l bt JOE BOIIDol. He etatod that to hil l<rooWl oclgc,
JOB BOJiDS 1o at111 located 1n llol lao, Tuaa and be well
known to Dallal Ciey Pol1oo t1loo oinc:e llo bellnaa tl\at
wa• arreete4 on HYil'al oooaatona b:y the Dallaa Cl ty J'ollce
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ALKA.NA ot:Jted t hnt AlroY had a vlolent t C"mpor and
that M wttneiHd •overa l rut t t shta be twar.n A.UftY nod O"'ltOII\er •
at t t\e Silver Slippor wh1ch waa owne<l by RlJUY fl;nd on one
oooa•ion a t1et tJght botw•en R.UUY nml a C\J8tcccr at the:
Club Veso.a . ALK.ANA et at ed that oo all ot t hecu occn31ono,
the wor o 1n.tox1catctJ and were attorr.pt1ng to diorupt
entertainment a ot1v.1ti ea nt the olubo. Jlo otn tcd tho1t on
th• • e occ:tl.1ono , RUDl liOI.lld rooove t ho cuotomor by h1tt1ng him
with anything, at h1a cllnponal ana t tcnod111tnly r oMove hl c f rog
t he pre• t ccs. He statod he oannot roonll ovor eeoing RUDY
pu.l l M• revol ver on neyone anti he:s never h&ard that nl]i)Y had,
Jn taot, ever t hreatened anyone wi th .:t gun.
ALKANl otat•d that hio only riot fight with lltmY
occurred 1n April Ot' Hoy or 1954 and that tho foro th1 o
t 1r;ht wa• t hat RUBY t hought t hat he wan makin!J mone y with the
Club V•gae a.nd WllS not gl ving nll!lY hie He atatcU tha.t
 

     
a t t ho Club V•so. • 4nd wo'll ectelo thl B 111:1ttor 'W1th our f' l:. t :. ."
A..UC.UIA " t-a te4 that he th.en cal led thO Dallnn Police Dcp3rtC".ont,
advued t her.\ ot · the etatement mndc by RUDY e.nd. the t act th:1t
M wae going t o go t o the Club Ve:ge.a nnd moot RUDY QncJ t hnt ho
expocted t rouble . He: stated when hft nroro1vod llt the ClubJ RUUY
1111hld.13toly b•s:a.n t hrowing p\J nchoa 3.nd t h:at a ftor ec va r nl m1nl1ttl.,
he euocftcdec! 1n • eour i ng a he.:l.d lock on RU'BY and held h1rn unt 11
pol ice arr1.ve4. Ho e tnted tho.t dur t nn t h1e altercation, RUBY
a t no t1rr.e t hre::s.tcMd him wit h the which the pol l eo
d1acovered on RUDY'•
A.IXANA at at od that he aona1dored. RUBY' t o be an 1nrU v1dual
who al waye W'.llltOd to be t he biggoet man 1n Dn.ll ne ami 'lli ho 1o a.lwaye
l ooking f or a ,. bit • core. '' He a tnted that. by t he wor dn "big
a cor e " he JMane RUBY wo!Ud al way a be looking f or BOII'Iil wny to
own the biggoat ancl beat n1ght club in t he Dalla.s area.. lto
e tate4 tha t he Mew or no c rtntnal oct1v1tie4 oo the p:uot ot
RUiJY otbe:r t han the dl.tr1oult 1ca th,.,.t RunY hl.d wi th
o1t7 ottic1alo over v1.olat 1on.s or city or cUn;tncea concornt ns
Hrv1ng 4r1nkD at h.ta elub a.ttr:r ow-tcw ho1.1r1. lie a tat.e d ho
dld. not bol1evo t hat RUBY e ver knowi ngly violated theao
J'leglllat i.one butl tha t euetomere or hia were r••ponaible t or the
COMMISSION EXHIBIT No.  

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vt ola t1ona and aince RUIN' wa• the ownor or t he ni cht ol ub.,
he wa a M\4 re• pona1Dle by oity of't"1c 1ala. AUCANA •t• t e4
he cannot rurntah any apeol ft c l nt ormat1on coneernln& t hea•
vlol at1ona.
A[J(.AliA otatod that RUBY alll011 appeared t o hU. t o
be & peraon who aought th1t apot l l ght 1n any matte r 1n which
he could pocft1bly become i nvol ved. He at at ed. t hat RUBY ot"t an
trequented t ha Dal la• Pollee DepartMnt ancl want od to t:la 1n
on every 1D\port ant mat t er concer ning t he City of' Dall• a ·
o\lXANA otatod t hat hio boot deeor1pt1on o r Rlll!r W""ld
be that ht 1a ooaplat•ly u.nproecUctabl e 1n hl• act1ona- .
CoMMISSION ExmBlT No. 1228-Continued
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RUBY ohowed KAZZE1 an honorary Da.l_1&3 ..tollce Dupartr.tont
ncrabersh1p colrd nnd d1.spli1ycd a sm:1l1 gun whic h he carr1e:d 1n
hls belt. RUBY clai!led he wa:::. wll!!ll kno;m in Dalla:. , h.l d gOOd
cont•e ts 31ld h.l.d • 1n1" with the tnll:u Pollee Department. KAZZ.EI
otated that in hlo op.1n1on RUBY attetopt1ns t o llopr eoo h.lm,
and Rlla¥ wu adviaed that the • woul d be lookod into, Md
that RUBY eould do what•ver h.ia eanpetltor a were doing.
At thio """"' tJ.mo RUBY 1na1sted th:lt MAZZEI cme to
hi• nightclub, a1\d on thnt eve n1ng MAZZEI ond HOFFMAN wont to
RUDY's n1glltolub . They """'a1ned at the ni<lhtclub ror about t\lenty
ainutoo wi th RUDY wanting to buy thero drlnka and beginning to
0 ...,pla1n about tile nme oubject. MAZZEI told him tllat he proterred
not to talk about it, that he 1\ad made hia commente and would look'
1n to 1 t rur ther.
MAZZEI did not have any contact with RUDY until about
October 1961, at which time he dropped into RllaY'o n1ghtolul> wl\lla
1n Dltll111. He romll1ned nbout twenty m1nutee, during wh1Qh t\mo
RllaY complained about the aue thlng . On thio occaalon RUBY onude
the stat el'l ent, "It you dont t help me .. evcmtual ly I 1m golna to blow
taY top a.nd go over and. bust up the J oints". raferr1ng to ccn·
peutoro' n1shtcluba, MAZZEI told 111>1 there wao nothlng he
could do at that timo, and RUDY became qui to &.{16ry.
1\AZU:l had no rurther contact with Rlla't until about
October or 1Q62. l'Nllll October 1962 until Novomber 16, 1!)63, RUBY
hall called MAZZEI abol.4t eight t.lJl.e:s on the t;lephona .
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l'ftt o r thuoe
calls wore 01 ado u.,. lnttor part or 19&2 and pert ained to
the IAIDe complaint RUDY' had e:qJroe3od.
In FoUru3ry 1963 o d irective W"Jia laauod by AGVA ordering
the e l1m1n.ltlon ot n1c ht3 1n rughtclu.ba which
raemboroh1p in AOVA. lllr1ng the first part or Mareh 1963 Ruar
called MAZZEI on tha telephone and atatod he wao happy wlth the
decia1on and atated that he would ca::pl;y by cutting out hla
ohowe completely.
About thia oanoe timo one ABE WEINSTEIN, a Dallaa nJ.ght-
olub owner, tlew CrOCI Dallaa t o Loo Angela. and contacted IIAZZEI.
WE:INSrEIII requeated an extension or the doadUne tor otoppins
omateur ohowa """ to prev1oua cCIIlDl.t&enta. MAZZEI granted a two-
week utenoion to IIIIIIISTBIN.
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COMMISSION EXHIBIT No. 1543-Continued
u. 44-895
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on I ll prev1oua oc::aaa1ons RUBY h3.d called MAZZEI at hia ott1ee,
tolophono nUIIbe r 110 4-628!. MAZZEI'• t>orrro telopl\one 11 unliotod,
and ha a aktd RllaY how he obtained hia tolopl\one n\Ol\btr.
fttmY stated that he: l\a,a eonne:c.tlona, and that he hated to bothar
MAZZEI RllaY claimod that he had t wo str1pteaso gir lo who would
oay th.iy did not got the ACVA approved pay sco.le tor porroming
at the audition• in otl\er Dalla• nl.glltcluba. MAZZEI tol d Rllllt
to get thla 1ntomat1on in wr1tlng; however, RUBY stated tile
girlo wouldn:>t put 1t 1n w••1t1ng. RUDY then orrorod to t lk
MAZZEI'• tranoportat1on <xpenooo to Dall31 oo
to tho girla. RUDY did not mention any names. --• half
he would 'De unable to cOllie to Dallao ror about a weolc "'"' • •
RllaY then compla ined that one of hio g1rla undor con-
tract with h.llll waa work.l.ng 1n • • Theater Lounge on hor orr
nights, and th1o waa a breach or contract with RUDY.

agreed the practice waa unethical, improper, w t " You
into it and contact h1ll l ater. made the o emen •
had be tter, or I'll break her head .
l\UBY related to KAZUI that he had J=t IIQuaahe<l a
1nat IWI ror one or h1o dancera. RuaY
  fr1endo 1n the DaUao ?olieo hading
advi.oed him that ha would cot the worot end or a
He otatod that he paid   to l..mpre•• hla
MAZZEI 11 of the opinion ZE.I r<r.llaed RllB't that he would look into
wlth h.lo tolljll\n&u. MAZ P tal< bororo the
all or tbloe u tter• and, i t nece saa.ry, e
un1on 1t the allegation• proved true.
On t h.ia a.ame evening MAZZEI placed      
WE.I.HSTElK at 'the Colony Club 1n Dallas a contrac t
by Ruar o r a &lrl wor1<1ng

nat true; tl\at
to RUBY • 11Elll3TEIN auure RUBY MAZZ!tl tl\at
ahe had cOIIploted her on tda next tr1p t o Dallal.
they gould atr a1shtan tho ma er ou
8 963
BOBBY PAYE called MAZZBI on tho
On Novo,.bor 1 • 1 • ompla1nt to PAYE.
telephone rogordinl! 'RilBY' • making the """"' c
t pel'iod un1<nown RuaY made
on another oooae1on.., exac 1n t hi• · ni&htcluba
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that
the atat.,.ont that ho· noodod no bouno B •
COMMISSION EHTXBIT No. 1543- Cont inued
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On tills oaata MAZZEI callad '1'0!4 PAU·ll:Jl 1n trallaa,
who wna r"epre eenta ttve ror AOVA , He •Ovt•ed PAI.XER ot the
cxten:.l1on eran ted to wtrNSTCl l' and PALHF.R t o cont.LJ.ct
RUl3Y and otl v1:lc h1111 he would bfl the eo.me
On tho ne xt dny MAZZEI a telephone call rrOG
hl!l bo:.:o 1n Now York Ci ty, one UOBB't PAYF. , N01tlcn::Ll Adr.ll.niotrat1ve
Sccret>ry of AOVA. He learned from PAYE th:lt RllaY w"o d10>at1a-
f1cd and had tlown !'rex. Dal l a::t to Nll\ol York to aee Mr. FAYE and
wa n, 1n ru.ct, a1tt1t1G in FAYE's o!'Cic• when the call wao made by
FAYE. MAZZEI dlocuoocd the matter w1tll FAYE and advloed hl..m thet
the ru:1atcur ohowa would bo t:ll1mln3ted no later than the lo.ttcr
p!lrt of March 1963.
lllr1n(; Apt•il or 19G3 nUDY •gn1n cnllcti MAZ<Iii " onecrn1ng
h1o n1r.htclub canpotitoro ln RIID'l Alleged that the othor
nlr;htclub h3.d intluonCle<l the wnuteut• at"t1ut:s to Join AGVA.
and were al lotlodly paying them ut the: nceapterJ wage :t.C&l c aet by
A c   t   r a
that, 1n fact, they were not s;ayl.rlz tho parCorme r e the acale aet
by I(JVA, and that the perfonncra woro \cic kln(l bnck :tanc o£ t:he
money t o the nlchtclub ownot-a , Ko a l letcd that th1:t action wa:.
merel y a to continue amate ur f11g;ht u. RUDY clo.1.'11ed that
he ha.d new::paper advet-tlc. emcnt:. '>f h1n provlnr; th13
ond "'ould oo.nd t heft> to MAZZEI. MAl:?.l: l later lelll'ncd that had
tJC!fit the nilvct-tl DCII'tcnta to IJOOOY YAY'r..
I n A('lrll ot.• K.l y o r l ?G3 rt!Ct:1vcu 11. tul c r•hVf'lt! call
fl-om u WLLtJ.J\11 HILJ...tlt. Hr. knnwu IHtn:n (•<:rnon•.ll y U !l ll
pl•t·:Jon 1n 3hOW \Ju:t111t.! :JU Wld r•r"'fnu\.11"1C MIU.ER
3t4t.cd th;t t Wll:J, a frlcnd o r IUJUYia W33 call1ne c-.n bel"''r.o...lr or
RUDY 1n om attempt to otra.Jehtcn out thr ..... Jra o r •";l&teur n1ghta
1n Dalla> nig.ht clubo. Ito explained the probltll to HlLUR, and
a&reed thare wao noth.lng that tO\Ild be done concern1nl!; the

Prom April 1963 to NovtClber 16, 1963, HILLEl! recolvcd
about t'our telophone call s tram RUDY, who a lways cmpla1ned about
the aar!.e tnattar, au<31t1on• ana/or nl&ht• 1n na.lle.e night-
clubB.
On Novo .. bor 16, 1963, MAZZEI rece1vad a telephone call
at hlo reo1denee, tolophone numbor 7661193, at about 9•t0 P.M.
CoMMISSION EXHIIII'I' No. 1!1-t :j-Cuntinucd
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ha t oolc ca re or anybody 1<1\o t;ot out or l.l.no. He said thet he
a l wi\)'s had "Ill• baby" and patted hlo aide to 1nd1cate a weapon.
MAZZEI eta.t ed' thot on Novembe r 2:5,. l963, a New York
Tlmoo reporter called h.1a direct tram ll<lw 'fork C1ty r equaat1nl!;
1ntomat1on about RUDY, Ho a call tr"Q:Il l>a.llas
on tho aamc: date . Ho both ealletr.s a &tate-
mont tho.t 1n hla opinion RUBY wo.a V.1'7 excitable , neurotic
t ype or 1nd1vldual who novar th1nlee a pi'Obllll ._.._,d doea th.lngo
on impuloe, lie ctatod thlo wao ot11l hia opinion, and eddod that
he thought the only poooible rnot i ve RUBY could have r or ohooting
OSWALD wa.a that he felt ht.t had aurr•.red a lo•a of buBincas d.u• to
OSWALD• • a.ct and, rurthor, RUBY ralght havo felt he could gun
aome notoriety by ohootlng OSWALD, thereby btcOIIIiflll publicly
own 1n tt.c nightclub buatnoaa.
MAZZEI atatud he had no knowledge ccnceming any
as::Joc:lat1on or RUDY with OSHALD; know nothinl; or hia backgroun4, t
hoodlu::z or c.ambl1.nl; c:onnoc tlona cr ,
o /lllaY hod 11ont1oned that
e had coMecticna "J t h tho "S:mdic &ta• and labor in Chl
to work r or tt.o .. Synd.Jc:ote" 1.n Chicago. a a e
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did go into llll)' de tail concerning t ho .. connect1ono. MAZU:I

     

or RUBY. l'.e hao no 1ntorra&t1on or 1>11 own knowledge concenting
any previoY.a violent act1ona by RUBY'.
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Oat• Uovember 27, 1963
BOSBY GENE MOORE, 865 43rd Oakland,
California, was interviewed at his He stated that
he desired to fut'nish infc ,nation regarding JACK RUBY, who
he had known in Dallas, He &tcted that he had ob-
served an intcrvicl-1 on television wit.h tl!t associate of RUBY
in which tho ass ociate said that RU&Y n 0 con-
nections. 1-:.00RE fu:cnishcd th.:! follc.\>ling
He was raised in Dallas Texas, been
in that city on December lZ, l927 . Abr.•ut 1951 or
19S2, he was living at a· rocming house at 1214 noll Street,
Dallas. This house was at the rea.r of Hill's Liquor Store
at the corner of Ross Avcn11c and Boll St·rect. This liquor
store was a front for a operation where bets:·.·
were taken on all types of athletic events and horse races.
It was operated by a man named HILL, first name unknown,
and his son. This gambling place was pat=onized by most
of the gambling el&mcnt in Dallas and RUBY was a frequent
visitor. MOORE did not know whether or not RUBY was actu-
ally connected with the operation of the gambling place or
was merely a participant.
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California. vas interviewed -at his home. Be stated that:
he desired to furnish information regarding JACK RUBY. vbo
he bad knowo in Dallas, Texas_. Be Ita ted that he had ob-
aerved a interview on television w1 tb an associate of IUJBf
in which the associate said that RUBY had no gangster coo•
Dec tiona. HX>RE furnished the following informatiOD:
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· Be vas in Dallas Texas ·having ben ·
bora in that citi on December 12
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1927. About 1951 or
1952, be vas liv ng at a rooming house at 1214 Boll Streec, .
Dallu. Tbia house vas at the rear of Bill
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1 Li<tuor Store
at the corner of 1to11 Avenue and Boll Street. Tliis liquor
store va1 a front for a boold.e-type operation where bees
were taken on all typea of athletic events and horae racea.
It vas operated by a man named HILL, flrat ·name unkDOWD
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and his son. Thil gambling place vas patronized by moac
of the gambling element in Dallas and RUBY vas a freqaenc
visitor. MOORE did not lalow whether or not llUBY vas acta•
ally connected with the operation of the gambling place or
vas merely a participaac. · . .
· Durinf that time H)()RE vas employed ·by Cirello
-and LaMonte Ital an Importing Company, 340 oas Ave1111e. · .
( .JJI'ORE suspected that bU employers, JOS REL d FRAl!l,
/}JLK>NTE, yere engaged in racket act v ties ecaase oo oc•
casion they would oot allow twa to open certaiD cartona cOD•
taining cheese imported from Italy, although that vas hla . ·
alleged job. It va1 hi1 opinion, based OD th11, that t:laey ·
•i&ht be importlog oarcotlca. Be had DO additional S.Dforu-
tiora to substantiate tbi1. IUJBY vas alao a frequent vlaitor
aDd associate of CIJlELLO K>NT£. {j.{JfPRelf J9,J,.J .
Two officer• • CIWlLt&""A.NSONEJ (PB) • vhi te • aale,
Americaa
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iD the Dallal Police Deparc•
•ent, -.ncs a Texu State Policeman.
patrons at Bill 1 Liquor Store and MOORE felt that tbeJ •
obviously either aware of the &aJIIblin& actiOD if they .were
-DOt actually involved.
· · · · ..Judge O'BRIEB, a Hanlcipal Judge i• Dallaa • waa
a friend of CIRELLO and tA HlSTE and K>ORE freqaeotly puc
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of the Gulf Service Station which was acrosa the street
from Bill' • Liquor Store • .•nd MOORE felt that BOSCO ¥41
a leo engaged in cr1minal in Dallas • although be .\
had no information to aubatantiate thia.
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In aboUt. 195!! • RUBY hired KX>RE as a part-tiM
piano player and he played periodically after hours at the
Vegas Club from 1952 until 1956, when MOORE left Dallaa ·
aod moved to California. While at the Vegas Club, be aaw
RUBY on oumeroue occasions with a revolver. RUBY vae
friendly for awhile with CANDY BARR. a well-known Dallu
etripper. Be is also well known to JIM JOHNSON, leader of
a quartet who played at the Vegae Club regularly fro. 1956
until January, 1963, when K>ORE last vieited Dallu. ·
MOOR! felt that from RUBY'• association vitb
. (FMU) BILL, CIRELLO, LA MONTE, and PHIL BOSCO he vu
connected with the underworld in Dallal. · .
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· MOORE had no information regarding .,,, connectiOB
between IWBY and Dallas Police Officers. MOORE did not bow
QSWALD .. and knew of no connection between RUBY and OSW,V.,D.
Be koev of no radical extremist views by RUBY or any r•cia\,
e;ttremtat ri.eva. Be had no information concerning RUBY
being In California. He RlmY between ap,_ : •oximate17
1952 until 1956, when HOORE · teft Dallas and vent to CalJfornta.
Be saw RUBY again previously oa a vi at to Dallas in ..January,
1963. Be bad no additional factual informatiOD.
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SAC, SAN FRANCISCO (44-i94)
SUBJECT: -:- J'ACi: LEON RUBY, aka;
LEE BARVEY OSWALD, aka - VICTDl
DECEASI:.D
ca
00: DAIJ.AS
Enclosed herewith are oine (9) copies of an •D 802
relating to an interview of BOBBY GRENE MOORE.
l!9.Q_&_U; at SGS 43rd, On.kla.nd, ,CalifC'I:-nia
on contacted personnel of Radio Station KGP, San
Francisco and was interviewed by tbam regarding his previous
eaployment and association with RUBY. This illtervi.ew was
taped, h01ever MOOnE refused to give permission for the tape
to be used in a radio broadcast. -At-.. the. present time MOORE
is His usual employment is 1cian. Be is
nc!'l'"-
lives with IE
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The enclosed lD 1e for
and anr action deemed   Dallas.
informatj.on
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C0:-.1Ml!iSJO!-I E:<Hn: :T :::\o. 1505- Conti.-m.:d
· Loansltar li
Has
Decreased
He Is Suspect
In 'Tuna' Plot ·
· A federal judge Wednesday I
lowered the bond for a New York
City loanshark who is accused of 1
participating in a million-dollar plot
t o sabotage the Black Tuna drug-
smuggling trial.
"Thi s court notes the nature and
severity of the charges which, if
true, altack the very foundations of I
our government, " U.S. District
Judge Sidney Aronovitz said.
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Aronovit z set a $350.000 bond I
for .J oseph Cataldo. down from ,
$500,000 set Feb. 29 by U.S. Magis-
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trate Herbert Shapiro. The govern-
ment had asked that bond for the
New York man remain at the half-
million dollar mark.
The alleged plot involved plans to
assassinate Tuna trial judge James
Lawrence King. pay off key gov-
ernment witnesses and otherwise
disrupt the trial.
Aronovitz also set a S300,000
bond for Ralph (Punchy) Stein of
New Jersey, another defendant in
what lawyers call "Son of Tuna.''
Without making a r ecommendation
to the court. the government had
discussed a $200,000 bond for Stein.
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ASSOCIATES AND E!1PLOYEES OF RUBY
1.
Joseph Cataldo, 58 West lbth Street, was
intervie\'led December 10, 1963. A photoGraph of
Jack Leon Ruby ,.ras exhibited to cataldo. He said
that he had never seen   at any time and had
never heard of him until the day Ruby shot
Lee Harvey Oswald.
He denied any relationship at any time
with Ruby. He pointed out that he does not operate
as a booking agent, although he has in the past
managed small night clubs in the Gl"eem'lich Village
Section of Manhattan, Nevr York.
l2/l0/63 at . York
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Thla d ocument cont nlna neither recommendations nor conc lu alona o f the f' Bl. It f.a the property o ! the f'Df and le Joaned t o
your aqenc y; It and Ita contonta are not t o be dlatrtbuted ou t• Ide your aqe uc y,
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DIRECTOR, FBI ( 44-24016?
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JACK LEON RUBY, aka; J
LEE HARVEY OSWALD -
VICTIM
CIVIL RIGHTS .
· ReNYte1 to the Bureau, 12/6/63,
. relationship between JOSEPH CA
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Photograph or RUBY was exhibited to JOSEPH ·
CATALDO, 12/10/63. He denied any personal or business
relationship at any time with RUBY.
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SAC, NEW YORK ( 44-97 4}
JACK LEON RUBY aka;

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LEE HARVEY ·OSWALD - VICTIM
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ReNYa1rtel to Bureau and Dallas, 12/11/63,
concerning possible relatioHship between-JOSEPH CATALDO
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Enclosed ror Dallas are 25 copies -'lf... PD-302
concerning interview with JOSEPH CATALDOJ
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Reference is made to Dallas teletype to
1:45 p.m. and NYtel to the Bureau, 12/3/63, .
'11:07 R.m., concerning ·toll calls to and rrom telephones
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Enclosed are 25 copies or an insert rerlecting
.... credit ancf'Cr1m1nal checks and review or f'i.les or NYO or
persons in telephonic contact with RUBY •
Dallas (44-1639)(Encl. 50)
i - New York (44-974}
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