Sunday, August 21, 2011

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S, MRS
Document gives information from telephone call between Mrs. S and CIA employee.
CIA 728-846

SAAVEDRA,
Pedro Gandarilla and Graciela Manduley were interviewed trying to identify Saavedra. "Close friend of Celia Sanchez Castro's secretary, which pointed to complicity of Chinese Communists and Castro in plot." See also Ramon B. Cortes. Bankers Trust Co., 14 Wall St., New York, has an account for "Miguel Saavedra, c/o Braden Copper Co., Rancagua, Chile." Bankers Trust also has account for "Alfred Saavedra, 1332 Bronx River Ave., Bronx, New York."
WC Vol 25, p. 102; WC Vol 26, p. 407; CD 87 SS 514 DTR-378; CD 227, p. 7; CIA 115; CIA 147; CIA 347-115; CIA 363-147; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, pp. 65-67

SAAVEDRA, ANGEL LORENZO (CAPT.)
DOB: 10/10/25 in Cuba. Chief Clerk in the office of the Military and Air Attache of the Cuban Embassy in Washington. A secret agent of the 26th of July Movement since early in 1957.
CIA hand-written document released Oct 1993, p. 66 - DBF 37461; DBF-36659; Fidel Castro, DuBois, pp. 271, 317; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, p. 66

SAAVEDRA, JAIME
Medical student. Militiaman and rabid Communist. Employee of HISAS de Galicia. Polyclinic Luyano, Dist. of Havana.
Hand-written CIA document released Oct 1993, p. 67; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, p. 66

SAAVEDRA, NEMESIA
Reportedly a Communist leader in Cuba in 1959.
Hand-written CIA document released Oct 1993 - DBF 36121, 26 Oct 59; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, p. 67

SAAVEDRA, PEDRO
Employee of the Government, Department of Information 27 Oct 63. "Speaks excellent English."
Hand-written CIA document released Oct 1993, p. 67; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, p. 67

SAAVEDRA AVALAS, FELIX
Militia Chief at San Ignacia Sugar Central working for Dier.
Hand-written CIA document released Oct 1993, p. 67 - OOA-3216217 May 1962; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, p. 67

SAAVEDRA GOMEZ, ENRIQUES
201-297410; DOB: May 14, 1942
Hand-written CIA document released Oct 1993, p. 66 - WAVE 4422; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, p. 66

SAAVEDRA VALDIVIA, RAUL
Wife: Benita (or Nenita) Sanchez, relative of Celia Sanchez Manduley. High official in Cuban Ministry of Interior for Commerce and probably influential in Cuban Communist Party.
CIA 347-115; CIA 419-756; CIA 532-207; CIA 533-206; CIA 909-396B

SABINO CABRERA, (FNU)
With an insurance firm. Alferiev talked to him on 19 Feb 1963.
CIA 78-559 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10287, Lifton's pp. 228-233)

SABLON, SERAFIN BURGAS
When Samuel Carballo Moreno was arrested in March 1963 in operation carried out against anti-Communist Civic Resistance, he was using false documents in name of Serafin Burgas Sablon. See Serafin BURGAS Sablon.
HSCA Vol 5, p. 298

SACKETT, (FNU)
Chief of Police in Detroit. Suggested that Earl Ruby call a press conference to get rid of reporters following Oswald slaying.
WC Vol 14, p. 395

SAFFE, HARRY LEE
Silvia Duran was interrogated about him. His car, a 1959 Chevrolet coupe with Texas plates JH 2476, motor number 859S17555, was parked near Cuban Embassy in Mexico City.
CIA 68-554 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10278, Lifton's pp. 212-214); CIA 404-750, p. 7; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10010; CIA JFK 104-10015-10065, Lifton's p. 66

SAFRAN, DONALD
Amusements writer for Dallas Times Herald. Acquaintance of Jack Ruby.
Warren Report, pp. 315-316; CE 2273

SAGALYN, ARNOLD
Director, Office of Law Enforcement Coordination, United States Treasury Department.
CE 1654; CD 219

SAGATELYAN, MIKHAIL R. "MIKE"
TASS Washington correspondent during JFK's administration. Reputedly a KGB agent.
The Espionage Establishment, Wise & Ross, p. 21

SAGGUS, JAMES
Correspondent, Associated Press, Jackson, Mississippi. Re: Fred L. Beard, Manager WLBT-TV, Jackson.
CD 6, p. 237; CD 126, pp. 51-58

SAHAKIA, JUANITA SLUSHER DALE PHILLIPS (aka BARR, CANDY)

SAIA SAM 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis(135-6)

SAIAS, YOLANDA
Secretary to Don Keyes at KLIF. She had Carousel Club pass #177.
CD 4, p. 484

SAIK, DIMITRY
Operated bar on Bourbon Street, New Orleans. Frequented Town & Country Restaurant owned by Joseph A. Poretto, associate of Carlos Marcello. May 10, 1963, Saik's Cadillac was stopped in New Orleans and James Henry Dolan was in car with Saik.
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 420, 422

SAINZ ZEPEDA, PEDRO
Re: Oscar Contreras. Sainz Zepeda was one of "the leaders of the group."
CIA Box 3, Vol 3, Doc 02698 (MMF 708) same as pg 2 of attachment to CIA 1095-973; CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 464)

SAKER ZENNI, CHAFIK (OR CHAFELA) HOMERO
201-335014. His name was on a list of persons CIA asked AMMUG-1 about on April 6, 1971.
CIA Box 7, Folder 10, Doc 03045 (MMF 90); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 03357 (MMF 1099)

SALACINSKI, CASIMIR (MR. AND MRS.)
With the Polish delegation in Haiti. They dined with the George deMohrenschildts and the Galickis in November 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, p. 7; NW 381-7

SALANDRIA, VINCENT
Attorney. One of the earliest Kennedy assassination researchers.

SALAS AMARO, ALBERTO
He, Rosendo Canto Hernandez and Jose Chelala Lopez were in "Marquesa de Cuba" bar at 8 pm night of 11/22/63. Bartender told them JFK had been assassinated.

CIA 345-139

SALAZAR, JORGE
WC Vol 19, p. 534 uses "3128" Harlandale. There was no 3128 Harlandale. Salazar was iron worker for Weaver Iron. His wife, Rosa, was technician for Cairns, Noteboom & Garza Clinical Lab (they were ones who examined Harper bone fragment). CD 1085u, p. 4, states "these meetings [Alpha 66] are almost always held in the home of Jorge Salazar, residence, 3126 Hollandale, Dallas."
WC Vol 19, 534; CD 1085u, p. 4

SALAZAR, SOLOMON
His next door neighbor, Frank Joe Jimenes, drove him to Mexico 9/26/63. They crossed the border at Laredo. Did not see LHO.
CD 205, p. 759

SALDANA, JUAN
Re: Oscar Contreras. Saldana was one of "the leaders of the group."
CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 464)

SALDIVAR, J. T., M.D.
On Oct. 29, 1963, Ruth Paine took Marina Oswald to the Vine Street clinic, 3300 Cole, Dallas, TX for June Lee to be checked for tuberculosis.
WC Vol 3, p. 98; WC Vol 9, p. 361

SALERNO, RALPH
Salerno Ralph    HSC Testimony    Expert on the mob

SALGADO ALVEREZ, GUILLERMO
201-331825. AMMUG-1 correctly identified him as a diplomatic courier.
CIA Box 7, Folder 10, Doc 03045 (MMF 89); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 03357 (MMF 1098)

SALIH, ABE T.
Member St. Seraphim Eastern Orthodox Church, 4203 Newton, Dallas. Office: 1029 Elm, Dallas, TX (214) 741-3091 (insurance).
CD 1347, p. 133

SALINAS, ANNETTE
Daughter of Harold Doyle.
89A-DL-60165-66 (MMF 2506)

SALINAS, JOSEPHINE
Employee of McKell Sportswear in Dal-Tex Bldg. On 11/19/63, she, Frances Hernandez and Henrietta Vargas were leaving work when they saw two men in a Buick automobile. The older of the two handed a rifle to the younger of the two who then walked to a white compact car.

CD 205, pp. 276-277; CD 206, pp. 104-106



SALISBURY, HARRISON E.

Assistant Managing Editor of New York Times in 1963.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 163

SALISBURY, JOHN RICHARD
Employee of Brown & Root in Houston. Salisbury reported that he believed his relative, Robert L. Norris an employee of H. L. Hunt in Dallas, had something to do with the JFK assassination.
CD 87 SS 427, pp. 1-2

SALNIKOV, IVAN S.
While the deMohrenschildts were living in Haiti, they received mail with the return address: "Ivan S. Salnikov, 1830 Zinnia Street, Golden, Colorado" postmarked Denver, Colorado, 3 December 1964. Paragraph 19m of above document states: Ivan S. SALNIKOV, whose address is given as 1830 Zinnia Street, Golden, Colorado may be identical with a person of the same name who was born on 2 June 1897 in Don Cossack State, USSR. Information dated May 1962 indicates that this person was them employed by Carter Oil Company of New York City and was residing in Scarsdale, New York. No derogatory information is available in our files on this person. (This paragraph was written by James J. Angleton.)
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, pp. 20, 26; NW 381-20, 26

SALOS, PAUL
Member of comedy team with Carme Petrillo which played at Colony Club. Jack Ruby called him 10/16/63. Salos knew Jack from Sept 1962 to June 1963 ??
WC Vol 23, p. 32; CE 1542; CD 84, pp. 170-172

SALSINI, PAUL
Newspaper reporter for the Milwaukee Journal.
CD 1229, p. 1

SALVADOR, DAVID
Formed 30th of November Revolutionary Movement in Cuba in April 1960. Had been first Secretary General of the Cuban Confederation of Workers but resigned his post in opposition to Communist penetration of the Confederation. Was arrested and imprisoned by Castro government.
CD 1085d10, p. 1; Fortress Cuba, Jay Mallin, pp. 32, 34; Coup D'Etat in America, Canfield & Weberman, p. 116; The Cuban Invasion, Meyer, pp. 14, 26; MMF 2232

SALVAT, JUAN MANUEL
Secretary General of National DRE. Came to Dallas from Miami in September 1963. Paul Bethel, Washington, D.C., suggested Salvat might have knowledge of Ruby's trip to Cuba. (Probably same as Salvat Roque)
WC Vol 25, p. 371; CE 2390; CD 916, p. 3; CD 1546, p. 187; The Fish is Red, Hinckle & Turner, 133

SALVAT ROQUE, JUAN MANUEL
Immigration Service # A 12 421 546. 105-100081 (DRE). Served with Notice Not to Depart March 30, 1963. Restricted to land limits of Dade County, Florida; however, he was in Dallas in September 1963.
Cuban Raiders Ordered Not to Depart; HSCA Reel 17, Box 11, Folder D, E (AMKW 12)

SALYER, KENNETH EVERETT (DR.)
Salyer, Kenneth Everett    WC Testimony    Doctor, Parkland Hospital.
Office: 3600 Gaston Ave., Dallas, TX (214) 826-1000

SAMBELL, KEN
Worked in Bell Helicopter lab with Michael Paine and Raymond Franklin Krystinik.
WC Vol 9, p. 471

SAMMY
American Embassy, Moscow, "source" in September 1964.
CIA document dated September 8, 1964 (MMF 1739-1748)

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

SAN MARTIN, JOSE R.
Leader of JURE. Former Minister of Public Works during the Grau San Martin government of Cuba.
CD 1085b5, p. 2

SAN ROMAN,
Shipping representative for boat "KALONIA."
CIA Box 7, Folder 7, Doc ____ (MMF 164)

SANBORN, DAN
Owner of Sanborn Travel Agency. Furnished information about Anthony Wm. Oswald.
CD 75, p. 509

SANCHES NAVARRETTE, JOSE
Re: Max Kozlowski.
CIA Box 6, Folder 16 (MMF 903)

SANCHEZ, A. HENRY
Was President of a poster company at 2609 S. Ervay, Dallas, TX. His brother, Mario Sanchez, worked for Jack Ruby for a short time at the Vegas Club.
WC Vol 25, p. 383; CE 2402

SANCHEZ, JULIO
His nephew is Fabio Freyre. Bill Pawley's next door neighbor.
MMF 2097; MMF 2104; MMF 2112; MMF 2116

SANCHEZ, LUPO
Chief of Police, Grants, NM
CD 7, p. 676

SANCHEZ, MARIO
Worked for Jack Ruby at Vegas Club for a short time.
WC Vol 25, p. 383; CE 2402

SANCHEZ, NESTOR D.
CIA Was in Paris on 11/22/63 passing an assassination device to Rolando Cubela. Wrote memo for Inspector General explaining AMLASH operation and how CIA placed Artime and Cubela together without either one knowing the CIA had engineered their meeting. Sanchez was Cubela's case officer.
Inspector General's Report of 1967, pp. 77a, 100; Dirty Work, Agee, pp. 50, 641-642; Shadow Warrior, Rodriguez, pp. 217, 220, 222; Vanity Fair Magazine, December 1994, "Ghosts of November," article by A. & R. Summers, p. 100

SANCHEZ, VICENTE R.
Hypnotist who conducted interrogation of Luis Angel Castillo in Manilla in March 1967.
The Iconoclast, July 18-25, 1975, p. 3 (Dallas "underground" newspaper.)

SANCHEZ ARANGO, AURELIANO
Anti-Castro leader. Former Cuban Foreign Minister.
Espionage Establishment, Wise & Ross, p. 28; MMF 2085; MMF 2238

SANCHEZ MADERO, LUIS EDUARDO
In Nov 1963, Venezuelan police arrested Sanchez (a Venezuelan citizen) and in his apartment found detailed plans for assassination of President Betancourt. Sanchez had been in Cuba.
Fortress Cuba, Jay Mallin, p. 103

SANCHEZ MANDULEY, CELIA
201-290165. DOB: May 9, 1924. POB: Oriente Province, Cuba. Secretary to Fidel Castro (and lover). Daughter of a Manzanillo doctor. Is not identical with "Commie"/Celia Sanchez Agramonte.
CD 227, p. 7; CIA 347-115; CIA 363-147; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10013, p. 64

SANCHEZ MANDULEY, GRACIELA
Wife of Pedro ALVAREZ Gandarilla. Re: Saavedra. She is sister of Celia Sanchez, Fidel Castro's secretary.
CIA 347-115; CIA 363-147

SANCHEZ MARTINEZ, JESUS
Cuban exile member of MIRR. Came to Miami from Cuba Sep 1962. In 1964, he was living at 959 NW 4th St., Miami. See Jesus Sanchez MARTINEZ.
CD 1020, p. 18

SANCHEZ MONQUEDA, ----- (COLONEL)
MMF 2100

SANDERS, ARTHUR R.
CE 1619; CD 104, p. 148

SANDERS, CARL (GOVERNOR)
On 11/22/63, at 1:02 p.m., Dallas time, a threatening, collect call was accepted at his office from Macon, Georgia. Call mentioned JFK.
CD 7, p. 758

SANDERS, CHARLES
Sanders, Charles    ARRB Testimony

SANDERS, DONALD RICHARD
Friend of Frank Sturgis in May 1964.
CIA Box 2, Folder 16 (MMF 298, 306, 308)

SANDERS, H. BAREFOOT
United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas. Former law partner of Reuben Ginsberg.
CD 7, p. 704; CD 205, p. 39; CD 897, p. 50; CD 1489; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/63, p. 3; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, p. 43; Inquest, Epstein, p. 19

SANDERS, PAULINE E. (MRS. ROBERT E. SANDERS, SR.)
Sanders, Pauline E.    11/24/63 FBI report    Witness at assassination scene.
TSBD clerk. At 12:30 pm, 11/22/63, she was on front steps of TSBD and witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 672; CE 1381; CE 1434; CD 5, pp. 60-61; CD 706ddd

SANDERS, REX
Vice President of Bank of Services and Trusts, 1115 Commerce, Dallas. His name was in Ruby's effects. Sanders knew Joe Slayton.
WC Vol 25, p. 383; CE 2402

SANDERS, WARREN D.
Wife: Vera. Dallas Police Department officer. Had special assignment to Traffic Division (Cedar Springs and Harwood) on 11/22/63. He signed gun range list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
WC Vol 19, p. 133; WC Vol 20, p. 442; Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SANDERSON, HARRY
On 10/3/63, LHO went to Texas Employment Commission at 2210 Main, Dallas, and filed or the remaining $6.00 of his unemployment benefits. He was interviewed by Sanderson and, for some reason, LHO's employment at Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall was not noted on his card.
WC Vol 10, p. 152; WC Vol 19, pp. 193, 399, 404; WC Vol 25, pp. 768-769; CD 5, p. 211

SANDS, BOB
Owner of Sands Electric Company. Sands "lights the Fair Grounds." He introduced W. W. "Bob" Litchfield to Mrs. Bertha Cheek (Earlene Roberts' sister).
WC Vol 14, pp. 96, 98-99

SANDS, LLOYD B.
Caroline Rose Hunt's first husband. They employed Isaiah Howard Haynes for nine years. Haynes was also janitor for Jack Ruby.
(For sources, check Haynes)

SANDS, RAYMOND REFORD
White male. DOB: 2/2/20. POB: Wichita Falls, TX. In Dec 1963, he is in Room 417, Catholic Club, Memphis. He called Hazen, Arkansas, #5034, on 11/20/63. Formerly married to Helen Stuart, 1825 11th St., Wichita Falls, TX, and to Mozelle Steele, 1051 Fair Meadow Circle, Duncanville, Texas.

CD 128, pp. 1, 8-17



SANDS, STAFFORD (SIR)

Minister of Finance and Tourism in the Bahamas. Boss of the "Bay Street Boys." Meyer Lansky approached Sands in 1960 with $2-million bribe. "Replaced" by Lynden O. Pindling.
Rolling Stone Magazine, May 20, 1976, pp. 50, 77 (picture on p. 50)

SANDY,
Name and phone number in Jack Ruby's old memo book. (Could this be Mrs. Sandra Deen?)

WC Vol 19, p. 75; WC Vol 22, p. 520



SANEBEZ, BARNABE

Leader of Sardina group of FRD.
MMF 2078

SANFORD, BILLIE J.
Name and address on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.

Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons



SANGER-HARRIS DEPARTMENT STORE

CD 7, p. 140

SANKOVSKAYA, TAMARA ALEKSANDROVNA
In Hunter Report? Item 62L11A0607 in HTLINGUAL records is from Marina Oswald to Sankovskaya and Sophiya Vasilevskaya.
CIA 1590-1119; CIA 1593-1121-A; CIA 1595-1122-A; CIA 1613-1122-S; CIA 1619-1122-Y; CIA 1623-1125-C

SANNER, EUGENE
Extradited from New Orleans to Illinois where he was wanted on four counts of burglary. He told Jim Garrison that he had information that Ferrie and Oswald were once in Illinois gathering funds for an invasion of Cuba.
Plot or Politics, James, 162

SANTAELLA, OSCAR
On 6 June and 6 July, 1961, Ivan Gavrilovich Alferiev was in contact with Santaella, Ford salesman.
CIA 78-559, CIA Box 7, Folder 37, Doc 3619 (MMF 1527), (re-released as CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10074, as JFK 104-10015-10273, Lifton's pp. 193-197, and as JFK 104-10015-10287, Lifton's pp. 228-233); CIA Box 7, Folder 24, Doc 003791 (MMF 50-51)

SANTALO FUERTES, JESUS
Made statements to Dennis Bartles re LHO meeting Castro in Mexico just prior to 11/22/63. Claimed LHO and Ruby knew each other. Claimed $1-million reward for assassination of Castro.
WC Vol 26, p. 821; CE 3138

SANTAMERINA MENDEZ, MANUEL AKA GONZALEZ, LUIS FERNANDEZ
CD 983

SANTANA, EMILIO
"A burglar on parole from Maimi... had worked for CIA in Miami for 2 yeas, and at one time had been brought to New Orleans for training in the anti-Castro training camp across the lake from new Orleans for purpose of returning to Cuba t kill Castro." As of Aug 22, 1978, he was in a Kansas mental institution, according to Tony Summers.
CIA 1229-514, p. 5; CIA 1415-492-J, p. 2; CIA 1456-492-AY; CIA 1463-492-BF, p. 5 (Santana's name is probably one blacked out); Plot or Politics, James, pp. 48, 162; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, p. 378

SANTIESTABAN Y CASANOVA, ROBERTO LAZARO
Cuban DGI staff officer who had been in the United Nations in New York. Re: Molina (aka "The Hook") and Orihuela.
CIA 687-295; CIA 739-319; CIA 1193-953

SANTOINE, ELVA (MRS.)
Aunt of Robert Milton Santoine. He lived in rear of her home.
CD 75, p. 476

SANTOINE, ROBERT MILTON
DOB: 5/20/26. POB: New Orleans, LA. Out of Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, LA, on parole. New Orleans Police Department #77121, FBI #515097-C. Resided in apartment rear of his aunt's home. Claimed he "recognized" LHO as man who inquired about obtaining guns for Cuba in Spring of 1963.
CD 75, pp. 476-477

SANTOS, MANUEL
Guest of Hotel Comercio Sept 1963. Photographed with Lima, Morales, et al, 9/20/63. Representative of an agricultural workers union from Saltillo. (Any connection with Manuel Santos who recruited by telephone for Bay of Pigs 1/3/61?)
CD 1446, p. 2

SANTOS, MARIA M.
Mother of Delores Silva (stage name Dior Angel).
WC Vol 22, p. 902

SANTOS LORENT, JAVIER
"Of NOVEDADES." On October 14, 1963, he received an invitation from Ivan Gavrilovich Alferiev.
CIA Box 7, Folder 24, Doc 003791 (MMF 50, 52); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10074, JFK 104-10015-10273, Lifton's pp. 193-197, and JFK 104-10015-10287, Lifton's pp. 228-233 (originally released as CIA 78-559 - See MMF 1528)

SANTOS MESA, RICARDO LUIS
DOB: Aug. 5, 1934. POB: Matanzas, Cuba. Had Pro-Castro brother living in U.S. Third Secretary in Cuban Embassy in the Hague. Made "enigmatic" threats at a Soviet reception Nov 7, 1963.
CIA 246-660; CIA 320-116; CIA 355-142; CIA 415-169; CIA Box 1, Folder 7 (MMF 1323)

SANTOS-BUCH, CHARLES A. (DR.)
Identified himself and Robert Taber as organizers of FPCC.
WC 26, pp. 689, 690, 692; CE 3081; CE 3082; CE 3084; CD 75, p. 737; CD 1085a7, p. 8
 
SAPELKIN, NINA (NEE DAVIDOVA) (MRS. SEMEN I. SAPELKIN)
DOB: 8/18/12. POB: Russia. Evacuated from Shanghai to Samar, Philippine Islands under IRO auspices in April 1949, accompanied by her husband and their two children (born in 1946 and 1949 in Tientsin, China). Came to United States in 1951 and lived at Route 1, Van Leer, Tennessee, during 1951 and 1952 with the Victor Kamkins. She and her husband renounced Soviet citizenship in Shanghai in Sept. or Oct. 1948. Nina Sapelkin is a dentist and is Mrs. Victor Kamkin's sister.
CIA Box 6, Folder 24 (MMF 1351-1353, 1357)

SAPELKIN, SEMAN I.
Married to sister of Mrs. Victor Kamkin. He was to operate Kamkin's bookstore, Znanya, in San Francisco. Znanya was planned for summer of 1959. LHO had Znanya in his address book.
CIA Box 6, Folder 24 (MMF 1351-1353, 1357)

SAPELKIN, VENIANIN VASILIEVITCH
His name was cross-referenced to Victor Kamkin's name. Sapelkin had been the subject of a "K" check in 1957 and he said he had received a request from Kamkin for economic information on North China and Manchuria "for the use of the American Government."
National Archives, OSW Box 6, Folder 24, p. 3 (MMF 1354)

SAPP, C. H.
Detective Sergeant, Commanding Intelligence Unit Police Department, Miami, FL. On 11/09/63, Sapp taped a confidential informant regarding the Constitutional Party.
SSCIA 157-10011-10107 (MMF 1764-1771)

SAPP, VIOLA
 http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?absPageId=515401

SARETTE, HELEN
Identified with FPCC.
CD 87 SS 407, p. 8

SARGEN, ANDRES
General Secretary of Alpha 66 in Miami. Presented a tape-recorded speech by Antonio Veciana at a public meeting of Alpha 66 in Los Angeles on May 19, 1963.
CD 1085c3

SARNO,
CIA agent in Santiago in 1970.
Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 244 footnote

SARNO, JAY
Owner of 10% of Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. Manager on opening of Dallas Cabana Christmas of 1962. Accused of stealing $150,000 from operation. Stanley Mallin, 130 Aldon Ave., N.W., Atlanta, GA, was partner in Cabana chain with Hoffa and Doris Day.
Crime & Cover-up, Scott, p. 72 note 191; Grim Reapers, pp. 224-225; Dallas Times Herald, 5/18/69

SARRIA, JOSE J.
Age 24 in 1961. Cuban who served three years in U. S. Air Force. Re Pawley.
MMF 2248; MMF 2251

SARTI LUCIEN 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis(602) 

SARTOR WILLIAM 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis(378) 

SARTWELL, WILBUR
Office of Naval Intelligence, Potomoc River Naval Command.
CD 1484, p. 2

SASLAW, LEONARD D.
Biochemist at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology who overheard Dr. Finck complaining about his autopsy notes disappearing following the Kennedy autopsy. Finck went on to say that, as a result, he was forced to reconstruct his notes from memory after the autopsy was over.
Sun., August 2, 1998, Washington Post, by George Lardner, "Gaps in Kennedy Autopsy Files Detailed," p. A-04

SASSA, ATSUYUKI
A special security agent from Tokyo's National Police Agency. He was dispatched to United States early in 1964 to "join quietly with the American FBI in its investigation of the assassination of President Kennedy." (See Glenn Troelstrup. See CIA 749-855 and CIA 722-842 - MMF 1387-1390.)
U.S. News & World Report, June 8, 1964; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 167-168

SAUCEDO, FRANCISCO
Bus driver for Transportes Frontera Bus Company who had driven Bus No. 340 on Oct. 2, 1963.
WC Vol 25, p. 600; CE 2453, p. 4

SAUER, JACOB
In Sept 1964, the CIA asked Erwin HERZOG about his various travels, including to Mexico in the fall of 1963. They asked him about SAUER. Herzog seemed to resent the question. SAUER moved to Vancouver from Kitimat. Employed as an accountant with CNR.
CIA Box 15, Folder 15, Doc 08604 or 8931 ? (MMF 1023)

SAUL

SAUNDERS, LORENZO
Vice-President Transcontinental, S.A., Tyler, TX. January 1962 transshipping material from USA via Mexico to Cuba. Shipment being held by Mexican Customs. (Ramon Cortes was president) "During conversaton re shipment being held Mexican customs which originated Los Angeles firm and destined Cuba, Cortes told Saunders not to let 'those boys' frighten him but told him to stick to story that he did not know where shipment going."
WC Vol 26, p. 408; CD 227, p. 10; CIA document released Oct 1993 Sept 12, 1961, IN 27356; CIA document released Oct 1993, Jan 23, 1962, OUT 93205, Cite Dir 37044, REF: IN 27356; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10015; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10017

SAUNDERS, LOUIS A. (REV.)
Minister who conducted funeral services for Lee Harvey Oswald after two Lutheran ministers refused after having agreed to conduct the services. Died April 9, 1998, at his home in Dallas. Survived by wife, Jeanne; daughter, Susan, of Carrollton, TX; two sons, John, of Coppell, TX, and James, of Dallas; two brothers, John of Dinwiddie, VA., and Ken, of Winston-Salem, N.C.
New York Times, Friday, April 17, 1998, p. A22

SAUNDERS, RICHARD L.
Saunders, Richard L.    WC Testimony    Witness at the assassination scene.
With Dallas Morning News. He had Carousel Club pass #157.
CD 4, p. 484; WC Vol 15, p. 577

SAUREL, JEAN (MR. JEAN AND MRS. SUZANNE)
The CIA was interested in Jean and Suzanne Saurels' association with George and Jeanne deMohrenschildt
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, p. 9; NW 381-9

SAUVAGE, LEO
United States reporter for the French "Le Figaro". In May 1964, his book "The Oswald Affair" was published.
CIA 708-309; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, 108; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 12, 33-35, 41-42, 44, 49, 50, 66, 71, 76, 78, 99, 194, 113-114, 145

SAVELLA, JOE
Paul Rowland Jones said Savella was 1963 head of Chicago "syndicate."
Wc Vol 22, p. 303; CE 1184

SAWYER, FORREST

SAWYER, JAMES HERBERT (INSPECTOR)
WC Testimony    Inspector, Dallas Police Department.
DOB: 10/19/16. Dallas Police Department Inspector. 20-year veteran of Dallas Police Department. Founder and owner of Jan's Coffee Shops, Inc., and Randy's Barbeque for over 25 years. In charge at TSBD on 11/22/63 ?? Resigned from DPD on October 2, 1967 RETROACTIVE to September 16, 1967. DOD: 3/28/94 Survived by wife: Billie J. Sawyer of Little Elm; son: Randy Sawyer of Little Elm; daughters and sons-in-law: Linda and Joe Bennett of Arlington; Jennifer and Don Whited of Seguin; sister and brother-in-law Joan and Joe McCarthy of Athens, TX.
Warren Report, pp. 27, 82, 145, 235; CE 2002, pp. 99, 162, 169; CE 2003, p. 310; CE 2174; Stevenson Exhibit 5053; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 586-587; HSCA Vol 9, p. 129; HSCA Vol 11, p. 527; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 96, 187-188; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 87-88, 108; Dallas Morning News, Thurs. March 31, 1994, p. 36-A; 89A-DL-60165-83 (MMF 2550)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpHsO-qVfzQ&feature=related

SAWYER, HAROLD

SAWYER, MILDRED (MRS.)
Sawyer, Mildred    WC Testimony    Neighbor and acquaintance of Oswald as a youth in New Orleans.
Widow of Joseph S. Sawyer. In November 1963, she resided at 126 Exchange Place where LHO and his mother had resided in 1955 or 1956.
CE 2231; CD 75, pp. 86, 111, 128

SAXTON, GAYLORD
A pilot placed on "blacklist" by U.S. Government.
Miami Herald, May 27, 1960

SCALETTI, ELSIE I.
CIA. Involved with Mexico City Station. See Inspector General's Report.
CIA 104-10055-10121; CIA 1061-964; 104-10400-10270

SCALI, JOHN
ABC-TV correspondent who negotiated Cuban crisis 10/26/62 with Fomin.
The Brink, Ditzer, pp. 209, 235-240, 249-250, 254

SCALISH, JOHN
Mafia leader.
Life Magazines, 9/1/67 and 9/8/67

SCANTLING, OLIVER G.
(?) CIA 104-10414-10406 on page 1a. states "The support provided by the two LIEMPTY cutouts, Oliver G. SCANTLING and Raymond H. GERENDS in the AMROD operation was essential to this operation." Cryptonym of someone in Mexico under surveillance by CIA on 11/23/63. He was referred to as "S" and person providing coverage instructed to ask S's wife to have him return to Mexico and provide [J-144] if she did not have access to it. "...letter was then sent to SCANTLING for translation and mailing through ordinary channels to AMSPOON and associates."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334, Lifton's pp. 355-357 (originally released as CIA 24-534); CIA Doc JFK 104-10062-10001

SCARAMUZZO, JOSEPH
Gunsmith. Owns shop on South Halstead St., Chicago. His father, Louis Scaramuzzo, also spent most of his life in the Harrison-Halstead area of Chicago. He denied knowing Jack Ruby. (AARC has a 1-pg FBI document on him.)
CD 1127; JFK Collection List, pg. 30 (AMKW 68)

SCARFO NICODEMO (NICKY) 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (591, 619)

SCATTERDAY, GEORGE H.
Member FBI.
CE 3131; CE 3139

SCELSO, JOHN
Chief of the Mexico Branch in 1963. "Report on Oswald from John Scelso, C/WH/3, to James Angleton, C/CI, 12/24/63." Oswald referred to as GPFLOOR case. Scelso wrote note to (?) Dottie (?), dated 7 July 1967. Compare with 5 July 1967 note from Lund and reference to 7 July 1967. Scelso is probably a cryptonym -- perhaps for Alan White. Scelso is an attorney (Scelso's May 16, 1978, testimony to HSCA, p. 1-3; was in CIA 23 years, testimony p. 1-4; at time of assassination, he was chief of a branch responsible for operations in Mexico and Central America, down to and including Panama, p. 1-4; Scelso thought branch was called WH-3, p. 1-5; was relieved of responsibility for assassination investigation in early 1964, p. 1-10) David Atlee Phillips married a relative of John Scelso. (Scelso's testimony to HSCA on May 16, 1978, p. 1-21.) Scelso was cryptonym of John M. Whitten.
HSCA Mexico City Report (Lopez), pp. 109, 111, 114-115, 154; CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 442); CIA Doc JFK-104-10004-10195; CIA Doc JFK-104-10004-10199 (original draft of 12/13/63); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10048, p. 3 (originally released as CIA 7-2); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10091, cover sheet (originally released as CIA 56-20); CIA Doc JFK 104-10018-10064 (originally released as CIA 420-757); CIA Doc JFK 104-10018-10103 (originally released as CIA 377-731); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10046; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10059 (originally released as CIA 36-540); CIA JFK-104-10015-10007, Lifton's p. 10; CIA JFK-104-10015- 10028, Lifton's p. 37; CIA JFK-104-10015-10045, Lifton's p. 58; CIA JFK 104-10015-10064 (originally CIA 65-25), Lifton's p. 61; CIA 77-545 (re-released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10124, Lifton's pp. 76-78); CIA 220-644 (released as CIA 104-10015-10218, Lifton's pp. 101-103); CIA 221-645 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10228, Lifton's pp. 118-120); CIA 222-646 (released first time as JFK 104-10015-10224, Lifton's pp. 115-117); CIA 230-650 (re-released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10217, Lifton's pp. 98-100); CIA 236-653 (re-released as CIA 104-10015-10219, Lifton's pp. 104-106); CIA 237-652 (released first time as JFK 104-10015-10222, Lifton's pp. 112-114); CIA 255-667 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10254, Lifton's pp. 154-156); CIA 258-668, as released in 1995 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10251, Lifton's pp. 144-146), (see MMF 2599); CIA 262-671 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10256, Lifton's pp. 157-159); CIA 264-100 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10253, Lifton's pp. 150-153); CIA 1531-1103A (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10236, Lifton's pp. 138-140); JFK 104-10015-10309, Lifton's pp. 287-289

SCHAD, TENNYSON
In Legal Department of Life Magazine. Went to Dallas June 30/July 1, 1964, to purchase Oswald's diary from Marina through Wm. A. McKenzie, her attorney, for $20,000.00. Life had already paid $2,500.00 to Paula Eby Aynesworth.
CD 1294

SCHAEFLER, LEON
Partner, Finch and Schaefler Law Firm.
WC 26, p. 693; CE 3085

SCHAFER, ROY (DR.)
Yale psychologist who gave Jack Ruby Rorschach and other tests. He joined the defense experts. Reported Ruby had brain damage. Testified in second bail hearing. Testified at trial.
Jack Ruby, pp. 125, 127, 145, 152; Moment of Madness, Gertz, pp. 54-55, 58-59; The Trial of Jack Ruby, Kaplan and Waltz, pp. 56-58, 86-88, 191-209, 223, 227, 231, 238, 240, 243, 254, 257, 263, 269, 271, 284-285

SCHAEFFER, ROY
Schaeffer, Roy    ARRB Testimonysame as above?

SCHALLER, JOHN W.
Special Agent, FBI.
CD 6, p. 136

SCHAMBRA, ROSE (MISS)
CE 1900; CD 75, p. 47

SCHATZ, JAY J. G. ("JACK" "JAY")
Friend and former business associate of Giles Miller. In 1963, he was General Manager of Radio Station WYNR, Chicago, and president of Knox Investment Co. Donald Medlevine said Schatz would have background on Ruby.
WC Vol 22, pp. 319, 476; CE 1298; CD 1176, p. 17

SCHECK, ABRAHAM (MRS.)
Offered a home to Marina Oswald.
CD 1510, pp. 2-3

SCHEIB, EARL, AUTO PAINTING
Barney Baker called Mrs. Rule, secretary there, 10/9/63.
WC Vol 25, p. 293; CD 722, p. 95

SCHEIDER, JOSEPH (AKA JOSEPH BRAUN)
CIA specialist in 1960. Held a degree in bio-organic chemistry. Used alias "Joseph Braun."
Interim Report on Assassinations, pp. 19, 20, 22-23, 181 ftnote

SCHEIM, DAVID

SCHENKNER, CHARLES J.
Reported that a parking lot attendant at Adolphus Hotel Parking Lot, Dallas, told him on 11/20/63 that someone was going to assassinate the president and Governor Connally. (Man was probably Ertis Rogers)
CD 301, pp. 264-265, 268-271

SCHEPPS, GEORGE
Prominent Dallas citizen. He went to City Hall after leaving a party at 11:15 pm on 11/22/63. Owner of Dallas baseball club. Knew Jack Ruby but not LHO. FBI Agent Clements saw Geo Schepps at the City Hall when LHO was being transferred between offices. Married three times: Lilly (mother of George, Jr.); Dixie Jones (who built Dallas Kennedy Center); and Evelyn.
WC Vol 24, p. 12; CE 1982; CD 86, pp. 50-51

SCHEPPS, GEORGE JR.
DOB: 1929. Died 7/29/64. (I believe he, not his father, was one at City Hall 11/22/63 and 11/24/63)

SCHEPPS, HARMON
Prominent Dallas citizen who got Carousel sign for Jack Ruby in 1962. He took the Weinbergs of Dallas Transit to the Carousel. Offered to help Jack Ruby financially.
WC Vol 23, p. 47; CE 1557; CD 86, pp. 235-236

SCHERER, A. J. (REV.)
CE 2208; CD 899, p. 37

SCHERIFF, MICHAEL A.
Went to Mexico September/October 1963.
CD 133, pp. 22-27

SCHERLING, HENRY
Worked with Jerome Ducote in 1967 in 17 burglaries to disrupt Cesar Chavez.
Counterspy, Winter 1976, Vol 2, Issue 4, p. 11

SCHILLER, LAWRENCE
Photographer for Saturday Evening Post. Willard DeLacy sold Shiller a picture of Jack Ruby taken at University Club when it opened late September 1963. Sold it to Schiller on November 24, 1963.
WC Vol 25, p. 713

SCHILLER, MATTHEW
DOB: Jan 1894. POB: Austria. Naturalized. San Antonio resident, going to Mexico City. On 12/22/63, Manager of Utah Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona, said Schiller registered at hotel on 11/6/63 and remained 5 days. Returned on 12/12/63 but became ill and went to Phoenix hospital. On 12/22/63, Schiller was interviewed in hospital. Said he went to Mexico for 2 weeks in September 1963. Went to Laredo, Mexico City and Cuernavaca.
CD 250, p. 1; CD 308, p. 1

SCHINE, SYDNEY
Acquaintance of Jeanne deMohrenschildt. With Henry Klepak, he went to Haiti to give Duvalier two T-28 trainer airplanes. United States Government agencies blocked the transfer of the planes. The T-28 airplane deal was arranged by Clemard Joseph Charles.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, pp. 4-5, 24; NW 381-4, 5, 24

SCHLESINGER, ARTHUR MEIER., JR.
HSCA Report, p. 21; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, p. 193; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, 147; Mafia Kingfish, Davis (329, 384-5)

SCHLUMBERGER WELL SERVICE
CIA 1332-502/1045 (MMF 2031-2037); CIA 1453-492-AV (MMF 2046-2047); CIA 1462-492-BE (MMF 2048-2056)

SCHMIDT, ALBERT (WILLIAM ALBERT SCHMIDT HUSEDO)
Non-Mexican citizen departed Mexico Oct 3, 1963, traveling on FM-17
WC Vol 24, p. 615

SCHMIDT, BOB
Brother of Larrie Schmidt. Worked for General Edwin Walker during October 1963.
WC Vol 5, pp. 498, 529; WC Vol 18, p. 838

SCHMIDT, HUNTER, JR
Schmidt, Hunter Jr.    WC Testimony    City editor, Dallas.
County editor for Dallas Times Herald. Questioned by Warren Commission investigators when in Dallas.

SCHMIDT, LARRIE HENRY
DOB: 12/29/36. POB: Oakland, CA. Discharged from US Army in Oct 1962 (?). With UPI Oct 1962 to May 1963. With Mutual of New York May 1963 to Dec 1963. Led demonstrators (14 college students) in group against Adlai Stevenson 10/24/63. In 1963, his wife's name was Barbara Kay Orr. In 1975, he was reported to be working for the Reno Star. His brother, Bob Schmidt, worked for General Edwin Walker. Larrie helped organize demonstration against Adlai Stevenson and was instrumental, with Bernard Weisman, in the black-bordered full page ad 11/22/63. On 5/17/93, (702) 382-1258 was listed to M. Schneehagen, Las Vegas, NV 89117.
Warren Report, pp. 273-276; WC Vol 5, pp. 489-499, 501, 522, 525-529, 531, 534; WC Vol 11, pp. 429-431; WC Vol 18, pp. 836-897; WC Vol 23, pp. 471, 513; WC Vol 26, p. 750; CE 1032 - CE 1052; CE 1815; CE 1834; CE 3112; WC 26, p. 750; CD 7, pp. 682-721; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 210, 248-249; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 147

SCHMIDT, VOLKMAR (AKA "DIRK")
Schmidt, Volkmar    Interview by Kelly    Aquaintance of Oswald
He and Everett D. Glover invited LHO and his wife to their home in Feb or March 1963. Schmidt, Glover and Richard Pierce shared the Potomac house. In 1986, Schmidt was with Petro Canada in Calgary.
WC Vol 10, p. 3; WC Vol 16, p. 49; CD 205, p. 591; CD 555, p. 67

SCHMITT, CATHERINE
Had seen LHO when he resided in the rear apartment at 4905 Magazine. She saw him smile only once and that was when he was visited by a man who appeared to be Spanish.
CD 75, p. 94

SCHNEELOCK, RALPH (COMMANDER)
A veteran of World War II in the Pacific and Korea. Inter-American Equipment Co.
MMF 2257-2258

SCHNEIDER, C. P. (MR. AND MRS.)
Neighbors of Ruth Paine. Met Marina at Mrs. Paine's home.
WC Vol 23, p. 420; CD 7, p. 98

SCHNEIDER, HARRY
His son-in-law, Edward Cort Foley, Dallas, sent him color photographs of TSBD and area near TSBD that Foley had processed for customers.
CD 897, pp. 38-41

SCHOELLKOPF, JOHN
Dallas Times Herald reporter.
Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 513

SCHOENFELD, THEODORE
San Francisco gambler Goldstein called him 11/18/63 and twice on 11/19/63.
WC Vol 25, p. 296

SCHOENMAN, RALPH
CIA 1030-960

SCHOETERS, GEORGES
Former University of Montreal student. Met Castro in April 1959 in Montreal. Made two trips to Cuba. One of 17 arrested by Canadian police in 1963 for bombings.
Fortress Cuba, Jay Mallin, p. 110

SCHOLL, ALBERT B. (AKA ALBERT SCHROLL)
Retired pitcher for Minnesota Twins. Came to Dallas in September 1963 and started as bartender and bouncer at Vegas and Carousel clubs. In 1964, he was a salesman for Fink Paint Co., 2605 Elm St., Dallas, TX.
CD 4, p. 484; CD 223, p. 185; TX Atty Gen's File, Vol 5, pp. R-35, R-43

SCHONEKAS RUSSELL 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (524)SCHONWALD, JANET
She was a guide at the Moscow Fair in 1959. Returned to U.S. and married Nikita Romanoff. They live in San Francisco.
CD 1448, p. 2

SCHOONDERGANG, JOHANNES
Wife: Marilee. Re: Ledderhof
CD 7, pp. 597-600

SCHOTT, JOE
Special Agent FBI. With SA Tom Carter, he interviewed Pauline Bates on 11/30/63 and on 12/2/63.
CD 87 SS 601, p. 1

SCHRAND, MARTIN D.
Marine sentry found shot to death 1/5/58 in Philippines. Oswald was suspected (?) Was Schrand guarding the U-2.
WC Vol 24, pp. 862-867; CE 2586; CD 492, pp. 2-12; CD 1042a, pp. 1-6

SCHRANK, JOHN N.
Warren Report, p. 440

SCHREIBER, CARL
Dallas Chief of Police Jesse E. Curry received a telephone call from individual who identified himself as Carl Schreiber on Sept 8, 1964. (There was a Carl E. Schreiber, Jr., no wife or occupation shown, at 5001 Bowser, Apt 109, Dallas.)
CD 1546, pp. 150-153

SCHRODER, WILLIAM ANDREW
Owner-operator of Andy's Gun Shop, 137 E. Hurst Blvd., Hurst, TX.
CD 7, pp. 213-214

SCHUBERT, BEATRICE L. (MRS. RICHARD T. SCHUBERT)
42 years old. Crossed border at Laredo 10/3/63 on 180-day permit FM-5-4496472 issued 9/23/63 by Mexican consul, Dallas. She was a registered nurse.
CD 751, p. 10

SCHUBERT, RICHARD T.
51 years old. Crossed border at Laredo 10/3/63 on 180-day permit FM 5-4496471 which had been issued 9/23/63 by Mexican consul, Dallas. (Wife: Beatrice L.) He was Building Engineer for Mobil Oil Company.
CD 751, p. 10

SCHUG, LEWIE L.
Was he a witness to the assassination? His "statement" was taken by Dep Sheriff C. L. Lewis on 11/22/63. He was machine repairman for Charles Bruning. Wife: Doris.

SCHULMAN DONALD
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (389)

SCHULMAN, HOWARD LOEB
Arrested by Moroccan Surete after he stated he was wanted by U.S. authorities in connection with the assassination.
HSCA, Vol 9, p. 1138, note 762 (this is a note to paragraph # 773 on page 184 of Vol 9); FBI File # 105-103112

SCHULTZ, H. V.
Wrote Memorandum for the File re Oswald, USMCR (Deceased), on 12/3/63.
"ONI", p. 190

SCHULTZ, ISAAC
CIA Box 7, Folder 7, Doc 01923 (MMF 138)

SCHURLA, PETER
Chicago Police officer who arrested Thomas Arthur Vallee on 11/2/63. White male. DOB: 1934.
Thomas Arthur Vallee file

SCHURMAN, TED
Security Officer, Bell Helicopter, Ft. Worth, TX. On 10/31/63 advised that Michael R. Paine was presently employed by Bell Helicopter and Paine "holds a security clearance."
CD 75, p. 138

SCHUSTER, PETER
Schuster, Peter     Shaw preliminary hearing testimony, Shaw trial testimony    Photography expert

SCHWARTZ, ABBA
WC Vol 26, p. 742

SCHWARTZ, ELLIOTT
IRS questioned him re Earl Ruby.
WC Vol 26, pp. 311, 460; CE 2978; CD 375, p. 4

SCHWARTZ, ERWIN M.
Abraham Zapruder's partner.
Assassination Science, Fetzer, pp. 267, 288-289, 298, 342; Killing Kennedy, Livingstone, pp. 116-123, 172

SCHWARTZ, HARBY
Author of "Soviet Hints Rich Cut Ruble Hoards," New York Times, October 23, 1960, p. 25.
HSCA Vol 12, p. 472 (note 420)

SCHWARTZ, RAYMOND
Son of Rabbi Samuel Schwartz. Student at Baylor University (medical). Friends: Maurice Dyke, Riley Hampton, Robert Yantes.
CD 1016, pp. 1-3

SCHWARTZ, SAM
Name, address and phone number in Jack Ruby's old memo book. (Probably same as Samuel Schwartz.)
WC Vol 19, p. 81

SCHWARTZ, SAMUEL
Sales Manager for Embassy Manufacturing Co., 1919 W. Oxford St., Philadelphia, PA. Met Ruby ten or twelve years ago in Dallas.
WC Vol 23, pp. 346-347; CE 1738; CD 106, pp. 79-82

SCHWARTZ, SAMUEL (RABBI)
Wife: Beatrice Schwartz. Son: Raymond Schwartz. Mrs. Lineman Crossman (Myrtle) reported LHO had been to Rabbi Schwartz' home.
CD 1016, pp. 1-3

SCHWARZ, FREDERICK A. O.
Chief Counsel Senate Committee on Intelligence Activities. Mike Madigan interviewed Gerry Patrick Hemming and wrote memo to Schwarz and Bill Bader re that interview. Fred Baron wrote memo to Schwarz re testimony of Richard Bissell re Executive Action.
SSCIA 157-10002-10040 (MMF 1797-1799); SSCIA 157-10006-10370 (MMF 1800-1802); Silent Coup, Colodny and Gettlin, p. 83; Secret Agenda, Hougan p. 297; Endless Enemies, Kwitny, pp. 83, 269; The Nation, 10/7/91, p. 413

SCHWIEKER, RICHARD (SENATOR)
CIA 1159-432j
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (415, 422)
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKschweiker.htm

SCIAMBRA, ANDREW J. "MOO MOO"
Assistant District Attorney in New Orleans in 1967. In 1995, is practicing law in New Orleans.
HSCA 180-10085-10397 (MMF 2057-2064); Plot to Kill the President, Blakey & Billings, pp. 48-49; Counterplot, Epstein, pp. 38, 42, 48-51, 58-60, 64, 102, 156; Kennedy Conspiracy, Flammonde, pp. xxi, 60, 67, 187, 225, 243, 289-290, 306, 309; Reasonable Doubt, Hurt, pp. 270-271; Conspiracy, Summers, p. 321; Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, pp. xxi, 143, 158, 161, 165, 191, 202; Plausible Denial, Lane, p. 138; EIR: Dope, Inc., p. 489; JFK Collection List, p. 50 (AMKW 88)

SCIBELLI, FRANCESCO ("SKIBALL")
Mafia. Genovese family. Partner with Pradella.
Life Magazines, 9/1/67 and 9/8/67

SCIBOR, MITCHELL J.
Scibor, Mitchell J.    WC Testimony    Employee, Klein's Sports Goods.
Production Manager/Office Manager Klein's Sporting Goods, Inc., 4540 W. Madison, Chicago, IL
CE 2957; CE 3137; CD 7, p. 190; CD 75, p. 661; CD 149, p. 3

SCIORTINO SAM ORLANDO 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (346, 386, 500, 505)

SCOBEY, ALFREDDA
Author of "A Lawyer's Notes on the Warren Commission's Report."
The American Bar Association Journal, Jan 1965, pp. 39-43; HSCA Vol 11, p. 274

SCOGGINS, WILLIAM W.
Scoggins, William W.    WC Testimony    Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.
Taxi cab driver who had just dropped "fare" off at 321 N. Ewing where Kathy Kay lived in same complex at 325 N. Ewing. Witnessed Tippit slaying. Positive of identification of LHO 11/23/63 (CD 5, p. 76); not certain 11/25/63 (CD 5, p. 77)
Warren Report, pp. 26, 154-156, 159, 163; WC Vol 24, pp. 18, 225, 249, 254, 309; CD 1, p. 9; CD 5, pp. 74, 76-77; CD 630(b); CD 897, p. 241; The Witnesses, p. 109; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 123, 152-153; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 177, 191-193, 201

SCORTA, DOMINICO
Apparently called by Earl Ruby.   
WC Vol 26, p. 460; CE 2978; CD 375, p. 3; CIA 1165-432, p. 10

SCOTCH, ----- AKA AESCOTCH, BOURBON FEDORA AND TOP HAT
GRU Lt. Gen. Dmitry Fedorovich Polyakov. Spied for U.S. from 1960 until betrayed by Aldrich Ames. Executed in 1988.
Cold Warrior, Mangold, pp. 227-236; Molehunt, Wise, pp. 153-154; Time, May 22, 1995, p. 57

SCOTHORN, SAMUEL LEWIS (DR.)
Osteopathic Physician. Said he was told LHO and Ruby knew each other.
WC Vol 26, pp. 186-188, 193; CE 2804; CD 105, pp. 333-334, 337-338

SCOTLAND YARDS,
"Yards-British Operative." DE 7-5178 (337-5178), 337-6853, and 337-6856 are indexed to these pages.
CD 1107, pp. 70, 76; FBI Exhibit D-196

SCOTT, CAROL (ALIAS OF EILEEN CURRY)

SCOTT, CHARLES C.
HSCA Vol 2, pp. 372, 430-431; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 199-201; HSCA Vol 8, pp. 223, 226-227, 243-247; HSCA Vol 9, p. 174

SCOTT, ELVIRA BERTHA (MRS.)
CE 1682; CD 360, p. 84

SCOTT, FRANK
HSCA Vol 1, p. 176; HSCA Vol 2, pp. 5, 9, 12-13; HSCA Vol 6, pp. 3, 15, 21-22, 26, 28-29, 31; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 40, 69-71

SCOTT, HENRY EDWARD
Taxi driver in Laredo.

CD 7, p. 647



SCOTT, HUGH ANDREW

CD 7, p. 652

SCOTT, JAMES
Director of El Kamas Enterprises of Anaheim, CA. Hired mercenaries to fight in Africa, Asia and South America.
Counterspy, Winter 1976, Vol 2, Issue 4, p. 11

SCOTT, JANET GRAHAM
Widow of Winston Scott.
HSCA Mexico City Report (Lopez), pp. 99, 128, 159-160, 178

SCOTT, JOSEPH WELCH
DOB: Sept 15, 1911. From 1941-1945, Lt. Comdr. in ONI of U.S. Navy. Livingston Merchant's Special Assistant in January 1961. In Sept 6, 1963, memo from Gordon Chase to Bundy, Scott is mentioned as one of those in INR - liaison with CIA - who knew about the exile raids and Operation MONGOOSE. Nov 1963 he is Deputy Director for Coordination, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State.
SSCIA 157-10002-10081 (MMF 1793-1796); Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 197; LHO's INS File (MMF 1727); Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 465; The Man Who Kept the Secrets, Powers, p. 105

SCOTT, PAUL
Co-author of Allen & Scott columns. They wrote article on 21 Oct 1964 "CIA Withheld Vital Information from Warren Commission."
CIA 609-786; CIA 610-263; CIA Doc JFK 104-10125-10001

SCOTT, PETER DALE
Scott, Peter Dale    ARRB Testimony    Assassination researcher.
Author of Crime and Cover-up, Assassination: Dallas & Beyond (with Paul Hoch), and Deep Politics.
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1140, 1142; HSCA Vol 11, p. 530; CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 465)

SCOTT, WINSTON MACKINLEY (WILLARD CURTIS & IAN MAXWELL)
DOB: 3/30/09. POB: Jemison, Alabama. Son of Morgan Winston Scott and Betty Gothard MacKinley Scott. Studied at Livingston College, Livingston, Alabama; B.S. Univ. of Alabama, 1931; M.A. Univ. of Alabama, 1933; Ph.D. Univ. of Michigan, 1939. Married Maev Paula Murray, 2/15/50; Maev Paula Scott died in 1962. They had one son: Michael MacKinley Scott. Married Janet Graham, 12/20/62. Stepchildren: Gregory, John, George, Paul L., Suzanne. Played semi-professional and professional baseball 1927-1929. Taught Mathematics, Alabama 1927-1930. Instructor in Applied Mathematics, Univ. of Alabama, 1931-1933. Special Agent, FBI, 1941-1944; Foreign Service Officer, 1946-1969 (?). Assigned London, 1946-1950; Washington, 1950-1956; Mexico City 1956-1969 (?) CIA Chief of Station in Mexico City. Served to Lt. Comdr. USNR, 1944-1946. Decorated by Bronze Star. Member American Society, Mexico City. Member American Legion. Member American Mathematics Society. Pi Mu Epsilon. Theta Zi. Roman Catholic. Member Cosmos Club, Washington. Member University Club, Mexico City. Member Chaultepec Golf Club, Mexico City. Member Churubusco Country Club, Mexico City. Member Belle Haven Country Club, Alexandria, VA. Member Bella Vista Golf Club. Scott used "cover" name Willard C. Curtis. Box 6, Folder 6 (MMF 872-875) - a letter Scott wrote to John Barron on Nov 25, 1970, concerning the book of his memoirs Scott proposed to write. Died in Mexico City in April 1971. (JFK 104-10015-10312, letter from Dept. of The Navy, addresses him as "Winfield" Scott, Lifton's p. 296)
CIA 123-587 (re-released as CIA JFK 104-10015-10207 - Lifton's pp. 94-97); CIA 192-625 (re-released as CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10212); HSCA Vol 3, pp. 291-292; HSCA Mexico City Report (Lopez), pp. 98, 105, 114, 121, 125, 158; CIA Box 6, Folder 6 (MMF 872-875); CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 438); CIA Box 7, Folder 7, Doc 01925 (MMF 145); CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10091 (cover) (originally released as CIA 56-20); CIA 1378-490 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10312, Lifton's pp. 293-296); Armies of Ignorance, Corson, p. 287; Conspiracy, Summers, p. 522; First Hand Knowledge, Morrow, pp. 251, 266-267; Inside the Company: CIA Diary, Agee, pp. 266, 499, 524; Last Investigation, Fonzi, pp. 278-279, 295-296; Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 235-236, 242-243, 455-469, 582; On the Run, Agee, pp. 19-22; Portrait of a Cold Warrior, Smith, p. 396; Who's Who in America 1968-1969; Who's Who in CIA, Mader; HSCA Reel 19, Box 12, Folder O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X (AMKW 14); CIA Doc JFK-104-10050-10002; JFK 104-10015-10277 (Lifton's pp. 209-211)

SCOTTO, ANTHONY
Brooklyn water-front boss. Son-in-law of Tony Anastasio.
Life Magazines, 9/1/67 and 9/8/67

SCOWCROFT, BRENT (LT. GEN.)
National Security Advisor. Removed himself from decisions affecting 70 companies, including major defense contractor Lockheed Corp, because he owned at least $1 million and up to $3.3 million in stock. He did seek waivers allowing him to take part in government dealings with some of the companies.
Iconoclast, March 21-28, 1975, p. 2 (Vol IX, No. 2); Dallas Times Herald, March 15, 1959

SCRANTON, PAUL V.
HSCA Vol 5, p. 311

SCRIMA, MICHAEL V. "MICKEY"
Employed as musician at King's Club, Adolphus Hotel. Heard that LHO applied for a job at Adolphus.
WC Vol 26, p. 826; CE 3142; CD 86, pp. 239-240

SCRIPPS-HOWARD NEWSPAPER ALLIANCE (PHONE RECORDS)
CE 2301; CD 1193, pp. 220-221

SCRUGGS, GRACE (MRS.)
Assistant Manager, Retail Merchants Credit Asso., Ft. Worth. Advised the Secret Service, on Dec 3, 1963, that she was contacted by FBI on 2/27/61, 2/7/63 and 11/23/63 regarding LHO.
CD 87 SS 641, p. 3

SCRUGGS, JAMES ROBERT
Age 16. Employed at Orand Buick, 2128 Cedar Springs, Dallas, TX, on 12/30/63. (His father, James D. Scruggs, was also employed at Orand Buick.) He took 8 mm color films at Love Field, Dallas, TX, when President Kennedy disembarked from the aircraft. Then he went to intersection of Mockingbird Lane and Lemmon Avenue and took more pictures. Offered to make his films available.
CD 206, pp. 14-15

SCULLEY, JOSEPH
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 403, 430

SEABAUGH, PAUL W.
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps. 2 April 1962 letter to Lee H. Oswald, Minsk, U.S.S.R.
"ONI", 59

SEAMAN, WILLIAM (DR.)
Re Autopsy X-Rays
HSCA Vol 1, pp. 183, 214, 290, 303; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 99, 322

SEAPORT TRADERS, INC.,
Name of mail order company belonging to George Rose & Co., Inc., at 1225 S. Grand, Los Angeles, CA. Sold .38 Smith & Wesson revolver that killed Tippit. Mershon Company ad had Seaport Traders coupon on back. H. W. Michaelis was office manager.
WC Vol 26, p. 700; CD 7, p. 231; CD 206, p. 40

SEAR MOREY L 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis(14)

SEARCY, B. D.
Had information about Tippit slaying.
WC Vol 3, pp. 354, 356; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 195

SEARCY, WILLIAM B., III
22 (in Nov. 1963). Belonged to Amateur Astronomy Association from about 1956 to 1961. Palmer E. McBride and Wm. Eugene Wulf also belonged. Searcy did not remember LHO as a member.
CD 75, p. 495

SEBALD, WILLIAM JOSEPH
DOB: 11/5/01. Ambassador to Australia in 1960. Received "call" Aug 9, 1960, re two NSA defectors. Caller said, "They are in Moscos."
CIA 208-636; Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 468

SEBASTIAN,
Employee of Hotel del Comercio.
WC 26, p. 706; CE 3095

SECADES, ROLANDO CUBELA "AMLASH" See CUBELA, ROLANDO SECADES
CIA agent. Was offered $100,000 to kill Castro. Received half the money in advance. Was captured by the Castro government. .
Modern People, Vol 7, No. 4, July 27, 1975, p. 3; New York Times, 3/6/66

SECOND NATIONAL FRONT OF ESCAMBRAY, ----- (SNFE)
JFK Collection List, pg. 24 (AMKW 62); JFK Collection List, pg. 31 (AMKW 69)

SECRET, DOCUMENTS
State Dept. requests that certain agency documents be put in Secret File rather than in public depository.
CIA 848-369; CIA 849-889

SECRET SERVICE (SS)
CO-2-34030 = File Number for President's assassination. Director of CIA (McCone) concerned about those chosen to protect the President.
CD 1057, pp. 1-2; CIA 1176-432z; Ft. Worth Press, 12/3/63, p. 3
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SECRET WAR DIARY
Book by Phillips, David Atlee
Publisher:           Stone Trail Press, 1988
ISBN:         0-932123-04-X

SECRIST, WILLIAM N.
Assistant Treasurer of St. John Fisher College in Rochester. He had been a Sergeant at Chatham Field, Savannah, Georgia, 1944-1945, then at Tampa, FL, 1945-1946. He did not remember Jack Ruby.
CD 1234c

SEDER, AUDREY
Was authorized to use phone credit card belonging to Lewis Brott, 31 N. Judson St., Gloversville, NY.
CD 84, pp. 115, 234

SEDER, MORT
Lived with George Senator in 1954-1958. Was authorized to use phone credit card belonging to Lewis Brott, 31 N. Judson St., Gloversville, NY
CD 84, pp. 114-115, 234

SEDGEBEER, FENNER O.
Sedgebeer, Fenner O.    Shaw Grand Jury testimony    Investigator for New Orlean DA

SEDILLO, JUAN
Re insurance for Ivan Gavrilovich Alferiev's car Nov 3, 1960.
CIA 78-559, CIA Box 7, Folder 37, Doc 3619 (MMF 1526), (re-released as CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10074, as JFK 104-10015-10273, Lifton's pp. 193-197, and as JFK 104-10015-10287, Lifton's pp. 228-233); CIA Box 7, Folder 24, Doc 003791 (MMF 49)

SEEDMAN, ALBERT
HSCA Vol 9, p. 51

SEEDS, E. W. (COLONEL)
Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps. Chief of Staff, 1st Marine Aircraft FMF, Pacific Supervisory Authority. Approved Court-Martial of Oswald July 14, 1958. Re incident in Bluebird Cafe, Yamato, Japan, 20 June 1958.
"ONI", pp. 156, 166


SEELING, MELVIN

Airport control tower operator in Corpus Christi, TX. His mother lived in Gretna, LA. Seeling, Layton Martens, Andrew Blackmon and David Ferrie were arrested in Jefferson Parish, LA, in August 1961 on morals charge.
CD 75, p. 303

SEELY, CARROLL HAMILTON, JR.
Seely, Carroll Hamilton Jr.    WC Testimony    Assistant Chief, Legal Division, Passport Office, Department of State.

SEGAL, ARTHUR
Aleksander Kosterski told CIA of meeting Segal in Buchara.
CIA 107; CIA 295-107

SEGARRA, HUGO TEODORO
Member FPCC. Teletypist for General Services Administration, 30 Church St., New York, NY. His wife, Jamille Segarra, lived at 2101 Ross Ave., Ft. Worth, TX.
CD 144, pp. 14-24

SEHRT, CLEM H.
Marguerite Oswald said, "He lied." "There was a Col. Youngblood with him...about 60 now (2/9/64)...was a scoutmaster in New Orleans."
WC Vol 1, p. 197; CE 2207; CD 244, pp. 50-51; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 99-101; New Orleans States Item, 3/5/69, p. 44 (Special Notices); Mafia Kingfish, Davis (140)

SEIGENTHALER, JOHN
HSCA Vol 10, p. 183

SEILER, ----- (MRS.)
Provided lodging to Hungarian refugee, Josef Csala.
CD 7, p. 526

SELAH, CLARENCE WILLIAM ("BILL")
KRLD-TV employee. He had Carousel Club pass #202. Met Jack Ruby on street 11/1/63 and 11/21/63.
WC Vol 25, p. 384; CE 2402; CE 2269; CD 4, p. 484; CD 106, p. 86

SELEAN, JAMES E.
Knew Ruby, but not personally.
CD 355

SELIGMAN, RABBI

SELIGSON, LOU
Married to Dorothy Hazel Wilson, a known Communist. The Immigration & Naturalization Service was investigating him in 1956.
CD 506

SELLERS, BILLY W.
Machinist. Wife: Kathryn. His name and address on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons


SELLERS COMPANY,
Owned by Jack Earl Sellers (wife Garnie), 1235 N. Winnetka, Dallas. Gary Taylor worked at Sellers Company from Sept 1963 until ___ 1964.
WC Vol 9, p. 74

SELVIG, WILLIAM WERNER
DOB: Jan 4, 1914. POB: Germany. Arrived U.S. 1939 and naturalized citizen 1944. Born: Werner N. Seelig. CIA requested name traces on 5 Dec 1963.
CIA Box 15, Folder 15, Doc 8941 (MMF 982)

SELZER, ROBERT

SEMINGSEN, W. W.
Semingsen, W. W.    WC Testimony    Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

SENATOR, GEORGE
Senator, George    WC Testimony    Roommate of Jack Ruby
Died in Dallas, TX, in 1992. Rumored to be member of gay set in Dallas (CD 4, p. 801). In February 1963, he occupied Apt. 206, 223 Ewing, while Jack Ruby occupied Apt. 207 (CD 4, p. 627). On 8/28/64, he was residing at Bristol Hotel, Rm 1211, 129 W. 48th St., New York, and working as a cashier at the Mr. Kiska Delicatessen, 150 W. 49th St., New York. His sister: Mrs. A. J. Weisberg. His ex-wife: Shirley Wexler
Warren Report, pp. 320, 322-333, 329-331, 347-348; WC Vol 25, p. 510; WC Vol 26, pp. 570, 574; CE 1810; CE 2415; CE 2419; CE 2519; CE 2790; CD 4, pp. 627, 801; CD 87, SS Control No. 590, 4 pp.; CD 104, p. 211; CD 1215; CD 1232; CD 1441; CD 1461; CD 1513, p. 75; HSCA Staff Profile, Vol 9, pp. 981-988; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/63, p. 3; Citizens Dissent, Lane, p. 86; Witnesses, p. 484; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 270, 282-284; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 2, 5-6, 9-11, 18-20, 24, 38, 41; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 205

SENIOR, T. B. A.
HSCA Vol 8, p. 59n

SENKLE, B. L.
Detective, Dallas Police Department
CE 1573; CD 86, p. 380

SENSENEY, CHARLES

SEPELKIN, SEMEN I.
Brother-in-law of Victor Kamkin
CIA 515-217

SERAFIN, ALDO VERA
HSCA Vol 10, pp. 102-103

SERE, RAOUL P., JR.
Attorney who represented Marguerite Oswald in her divorce from Edward Pic on June 23, 1933. Erroneously shown in Judgment as "Serre." Raoul Sere, Jr., was still alive in 1969 and was practicing law on Jefferson Drive Parkway, New Orleans. In 2000, there is a Raoul P. Sere living at 2300 Prytania St., New Orleans, LA 70130-5806 (504) 528-3009. (There is a William B. Reily living at 2221 Prytania St., New Orleans, 70130-5803 (504) 523-1031 in 2000.)
WC Vol 23, p. 708 (CE 1958)

SERE, RAOUL P., SR.
Was Assistant District Attorney of New Orleans. Marguerite Oswald wanted to know who was Dist. Atty. and who was Mayor when Sere was Asst. D.A. The young Raoul Sere was still alive (1969) and practicing law on Jefferson Drive Parkway, New Orleans.
WC Vol 8, p. 93; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 102-103

SEREZ, MARIE
HSCA Vol 9, p. 639

SERGEYEV, NIKOLAY
Pictured in photograph probably shown to Nosenko on Sept 9, 1964. "Source" did not recognize face or name.
CIA 392; CIA 898-392; CIA Box 6, Folder 6, Doc 05860 (MMF 880)

SERGIEVSKY, KONSTANTIN PETROVICH
AKA Sergiovsky. Soviet citizen who walked into British Embassy July 29, 1964. Claimed to have known the Oswalds in Gorky.
WC 26, pp. 735-737; CE 3106; CD 1378; CD 1443; CIA 344; CIA 809-344; CIA 810-344-A

SERLING, ROD
Re: "Rod Serling letter."
CD 897, pp. 275-277

SERLOVA, LUZ (SEE WOULFMANE)

SERPA RODRIGUEZ, GUILLERMO
HSCA Report, pp. 119-120

SERRATOS DE DURAN, BETTY
Married to Ruben Duran Navarro. In 1963, 33 years old and awaiting Mexican citizenship. Born in Honduras. Went to school in Kentucky, USA. Been in Mexico 10 years.
CIA 131-593; CIA 223-647 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10229, Lifton's pp. 121-134); CIA 559-243; CIA 1220-508; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 122, 125; CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 465)

SERUR, WILLIAM G., SR.
Saw Jack Ruby and Jada at Carousel 10/26/63. 51-yr-old salesman of drugs and sundries who testified at Ruby's trial. (Wm. G. Serur, Jr., 139 Mt. Hood, Dallas, TX, upholsterer with Dallas Auto Glass.)
WC Vol 25, p. 480; CE 2411; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1098; Ruby Trial, pp. 614-646

SERVANCE, JOHN OLRIDGE
Servance, John Olridge    WC Testimony    Head porter, City Hall and Municipal Building.
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 143-144

SESKIN, KONSTANTIN YEFIMOVICH
201-282459. As of 1968 SESKIN held rank of Lieutenant General and was Chief of the GRU Operational Directorate responsible for the Near and Middle Eastern areas.
CIA Box 16, Folder 57 (MMF 1443)

SESSIONS, WHITLEY RICHARD
Lawyer with Sessions, Sessions & Ackels, 711 Fidelity Union Tower, Dallas. Earl Ruby gave his name to Burt Griffin of the Warren Commission in a letter dated 6/6/64. Died Tuesday, October 24, 1989. Survived by wife Susan W. Sessions, an attorney. (Leonard E. Hoffman, Jr., was with Sessions & Sessions in 1967. Hoffman became Judge of the 160th Judicial District Court.)
CD 1045; Dallas Morning News, Thurs, Oct 26, 1989; Dallas Morning News, Friday, Oct 27, 1989

SESSIONS, WILLIAM S.
FBI Director. Re meeting of SAC Revell with Director Sessions on 2/13/92 regarding arrest of three tramps on 11/22/63.
89A-DL-60165-17 (MMF 2343)

SESTAK, ALBERT (MR. AND MRS.)
Questioned re allegation that black man said to her and her husband during motorcade in San Antonio 11/21/63 that "...the president has been shot to death with a gun."
Cd 7, p. 751

SETYAEV, LEV (AKA LEO)
Wife: Annette Setyaeva, nee Zugoff (aka Anita May Zugoff). His name and address in LHO's notebook. With Radio Moscow. Item 60F24 in HTLINGUAL records is addressed to Lev Setyaev. "Source" (probably Nosenko) did not recognize name." Probably KGB. Page 63 of LHO's notebook lists "Lev Setyaev, Radio Moscow, B/v/3-65-88 (work). Novo Peschanaya 23/7 Kv. [Apt] 63." The notation "Leo Setyaev, Radio Moscow, V3 6588" was on a paper found in LHO's possession in Aug 1963 by New Orleans police.
CD 928; CD 1546, pp. 220-229; FBI Laboratory D-252; CIA 227, p. 18; CIA 392; CIA 565-235; CIA 682-296; CIA 898-392; CIA 1007-951; CIA 1590-1119; CIA 1593-1121-A; CIA Box 6, Folder 6, Doc 05806 (MMF 880)

SETYAEVA, ANNETTE (AKA ANITA MAY ZUGOFF; AKA ANETA MAY ZUGOFF; AKA ANNETTE GOLDSHTEYN OR GOLDSTEIN; AKA ANNETTE K. HENKINA)
Husband: Leo Setyaev. DOB: 11/18/19. POB: Lake Stevens, Washington. Her mother is Lillie May Rahm. Her father was Ossettian and her mother was Canadian. For a number of years she worked in the American section of Radio Moscow and was known as "Moscow Molly." Information probably provided by Nosenko.
CIA 392; CIA 565-235; CIA 898-392; CIA Box 6, Folder 6, Doc 05806 (MMF 880)

SEXAUER, FRED
Dallas Police Department officer. He had lived at 223 S. Ewing, Dallas, at same time Jack Ruby lived there. Said there were "rumors" Ruby carried on homosexual affair with roomer in Apt 206 at 223 S. Ewing.
Wc Vol 22, p. 882; CE 1462; CD 4, p. 635; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1088-1090, 1095

SEYMOUR, WILLIAM HOUSTON
DOB: 1/12/37. Lived with his sister, Ella Dupuis, in Phoenix. Arrested in Dallas Oct 17, 1963. Had arrived about 5 days earlier. Stayed in YMCA.
WC Vol 26, pp. 834-837; CD 1185; CD 1553; HSCA Report, pp. 138-139; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 478-479; HSCA Vol 10, pp. 20-23, 32, 103; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 59-60; Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, pp. 378-380, 384, 387; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 81-83; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, pp. 251, 261-280; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 278; Whitewash II, Weisberg, pp. 89-103; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 339-342; Second Oswald, Popkin, pp. 78-80; HSCA 56, Box 32, Folder B (AMKW 32)''
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKseymourW.htm
http://www.namebase.org/xsen/William-Seymour.html
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8335

 SFNE,
Anti-Castro organization.
HSCA Reel 28, Box 20, Folder I (AMKW 21)

SFORZA, GLADYS
Import-export business: Overseas Specialists Group, Inc., 1300 Coral Way, Coral Gables, FL 33145 (305) 854-6022 and (305) 854-6069 - no listing. Did find: Overseas Specialist Group, 1710 SW 27th Ave., Miami, FL 33145 (305) 448-7924.

SHACKLEFORD, MARTIN
Shackelford, Martin    ARRB Testimony    Assassination researcher.

SHACKLEY, THEODORE G. (TED)
DOB: 1927; POB: Springfield, Massachusetts; DOD: 12/09/02; POD: Bethesda, MD. Grew up in West Palm Beach, FL; survived by wife: Hazel; daughter: Suzanne Shackley; grandchildren: Carson Schmidt; Theo Schmidt. Former head of JMWAVE in Miami.
Blond Ghost, Corn

SHADOW FILES
"Agree SR/CI/R should have Shadow files on defectors to SU (Soviet Union)."
CIA Doc JFK-104-10007-10195 (routing sheet)

SHADRIN, BLANKA EWA (D.D.S.) (EWA GORA ARTAMONOV)
Polish wife of Nicholas Shadrin, the Russian Naval officer who defected to the United States in 1956. Shadrin disappeared in Vienna in December 1975. Ewa practices dentistry in McLean, VA.
Widows, Trento & Corson; Molehunt, Wise, p. 195; Shadrin, Henry Hurt

SHADRIN, NICHOLAS (NIKOLAI F. ARTAMONOV)
Russian Naval Officer who defected to the United States in 1956. Disappeared in Vienna, Austria, in December 1975.
Shadrin, Henry Hurt; Widows, Trento & Corson; Molehunt, Wise; Spy Trader, Craig Whitney, pp. 199-206, 400, 449n-450n

SHAFER, E. L. (MRS.)
On November 19, 1963, she boarded Braniff plane in Denver for Dallas
Cd 19, p. 53

SHAFER, HARRY
Wife: Jill. Leaders of New Orleans left-wing groups from 1969 to 1973. Paid by FBI.
The Nation, April 5, 1975, p. 389 (filed with CIA material)

SHAFER, JILL (MRS. HARRY)
Leaders of New Orleans left-wing group from 1969 to 1973. Paid by FBI.
The Nation, April 5, 1975, p. 389 (filed among CIA materials)

SHAFFER, CHARLES, N., JR.
Justice Department Attorney. Administrative aide to the Warren Commission. Brought in from Department of Justice by Howard Willens. Recommended by Robert Kennedy. Later, became attorney for Watergate figure, John Dean.
HSCA Report, p. 177; Inquest, Epstein, 13; Coincidence or Conpiracy, Fensterwald, 542-543; High Treason, Groden & Livingstone, 282; Mafia Kingfish, Davis, 412

SHAKESPEARE, ----- (LT.)
Dallas Police Department Lieutenant.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 131

SHAMMA, GERALDINE (MRS.)
Vice President of International Anti-Communist Brigade (IACB). Frank Sturgis was President. Shamma was a former political prisoner in Cuba and returned to the United States in 1963 through the aid of James Donovan, a New York attorney.
FBI-2-1499-___; The Fish is Red, Hinckle & Turner, p. 372

SHAND, KENNETH A.
An unidentified man in a bar in Harlingen in May or June 1963 told Shand that "the first time Kennedy sets foot in Texas we are going to kill him." Man claimed to have been a World War II fighter pilot now employed as a crop duster. Man said he was going to Olney, Texas, to Snow Aircraft Company. Mr. Clyde Elliott thought unidentified man was Chuck Rogers.
CD 87 SS 592, pp. 1-2

SHANEYFELT, LYNDAL L.
Shaneyfelt, Lyndal L.    WC Testimony 1, 2, Shaw trial testimony    Photography expert, FBI
FBI Agent. Expert witness.
Warren Report, pp. 101, 1180120; HSCA Vol 1, pp. 438-439, 441; HSCA Vol 2, pp. 105, 320-321, 346, 429; HSCA Vol 6, p. 140; WC Vol 11, pp. 123, 224; See p. 163 of Judge List; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 98-102, 105-109, 284-285, 310; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 356-359, 351-362; Inquest, Epstein, p. 92

SHANKLIN, J. GORDON
POB: Elkton, Ky. DOB: 1910. Transferred to Dallas from Honolulu April 1963. Retired May 1975. In 1975, he made a statement before the Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights of the House Committee on the Judiciary about his career as an FBI agent and about the Kennedy assassination. (MMF 1816-1823). DOD: Mon July 11, 1988. Survived by widow, Emily S. Shanklin of Dallas; daughter, Elizabeth Cavanaugh, Riverdale, NY. Was Special Agent in Charge, Dallas, TX, 11/22/63.
Warren Report, p. 416; WC 26, p. 699; CE 3087; CD 1142; HSCA Report, pp. 194-196, 222, 250; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 463, 365, 495-497, 666; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 278, 425; SSCIA 157-10007-10121 (MMF 1816-1823); 11/22/63 Cover Sheet to Dallas FBI File (MMF 1925-1926); Dallas Morning News, Sun, March 31, 1963, p. 27-A; Dallas Morning News, Fri, May 16, 1975, pp. 1-A and 8-A; Dallas Times Herald, Wed July 13, 1988; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 143; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 103, 148-152, 372-374, 384; Forgive My Grief, Jones, p. 46; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 40, 99

SHANKS, MAX
Father of Robert Shanks.
CD 19, pp. 55-56

SHANKS, ROBERT
Related to Samuel Shanks who is awaiting trial for murder of Robert Robbins.
CD 19, pp. 55-56

SHANKS, SAMUEL
Tried for murder of Robert Robbins, Denver bookmaker.
CD 19, pp. 55-56

SHANNON, EDITH (MRS.)
She could not remember LHO living next door at 2703 Mercedes.
CD 75, p. 137

SHANNON, MELVILLE M.
Special Agent, FBI.
CD 45, p. 3; Photographic Whitewash, Weisberg, p. 288

SHAPIRO, HOWARD
HSCA Vol 4, p. 469; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 1, 8, 197-198, 234; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 127, 188, 196, 205

SHAPKIN, GEORGIY MIKHAYLOVICH
Third Secretary, Soviet Embassy, Washington, DC, from October 1959 through December 1963.
WC Vol 16, p. 145; CD 6, p. 365; CD 928, p. 51; CIA 296, pp. 18-19

SHARAPOV, NIKOLAI GEORGIYEVICH (LT. COL.)
DOB: 1909. NKVD in 1942. MVD in 1954. His name is in LHO's address book, p. 45
CIA 469; CIA 1007-951; CIA 1296-469

SHARAPOV, VASILY IVANOVICH
"Mayor of Minsk." Had been Chairman of the Executive Committee of Minsk City Council since June 1954.
CIA 624-823

SHARP, CLAUDE W. (MR. AND MRS.)
Igor Vaganov rented apartment from them 11/12/63.
Dallas City Directory

SHARP, JOHN
Furnished information that LHO attended Arlington Heights High School, Fort Worth, TX, from September 5, 1956 to September 28, 1956.
CD 205, p. 555

SHARPE, ALTON CONRAD (AKA CONRAD BROWN; AL SHARPE, JACKIE)
Dallas AGVA manager prior to Sept 1962. Name in Jack Ruby's notebook.
WC Vol 22, p. 498; CE 2323; CD 4, p. 419; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 200, 1083

SHARPE, ROSS
Ralph Paul called him September 27, 1963.
WC Vol 25, pp. 256, 259

SHARPER, WILLIAM MISTAKENLY CALLED "SHARP"
Mistakenly called "Sharp." Elevator operator in Dal-Tex Bldg. Employed by Beer & Company. Arrested by Jim Leavelle "because he was in building without a good excuse". Wife: Myrtice. Died Sun 11/25/84 at age 90. Survived by daughter Marion Butler of Dallas.
WC Vol 20 (499) (Leavelle Exh A); WC Vol 24 (310); CD 385 (15-16); Dallas Times Herald, Tues 11/27/84 (18-A); Dallas Morning News, Tues 11/27/84 (6-E)

SHARPLES, WYNNE "DIDI"
George deMohrenschildt's third wife. She was a doctor at Parkland Hospital. She and George had two children both of whom had cystic fibrosis. Both died later. In February 1964, she is married to Robert Denton.
WC Vol 9, p. 200; CD 255, p. 29; CD 541, p. 10; Forgive My Grief II, Jones, pp. 134-135, 152

SHASTEEN, CLIFTON M.
Shasteen, Clifton M.    WC Testimony    Owner of barbershop in Irving, Tex.
Owns Clifton's Barbershop, 1321 S. Storey Rd., Irving. Believed LHO patronized his barbershop. Barbers who worked for him: Bert Elmo Glover and Buddy Law.
WC Vol 10, p. 309; WC Vol 26, pp. 796-798; CE 3130; CD 205, pp. 3, 633-636; CD 1546, pp. 126-128

SHASTID, GLADYS (MRS.)
Night cashier in the Lawrence Coffee Shot in the Lawrence Hotel, 203 S. Houston, Dallas, TX. Questioned re possibility LHO was there early morning of 11/22/63.
CD 7, pp. 754-755

SHAW, CLAY LAVERNE (aka BERTRAND, CLAY)
Shaw, Clay    Shaw trial testimony    Tried and acquitted as a conspirator in the assassination of JFK
Born in Kentwood, LA, March 17, 1913. Died in New Orleans Thurs. 8/15/74. Took courses at Columbia University in New York in 1930s. Joined Army 1942. Attended Officers Candidate School and became Lieutenant. Discharged 1946. Decorated by both Belgium and U.S. Helped organize International Trade Mart in New Orleans in 1947. Resigned as director in September 1965. Arrested 3/1/67, and charged with conspiracy to assassinate President John F. Kennedy. Acquitted 3/1/69. Has "working file" in CIA (CIA 1415-492-J). 201-813493 (See J. Monroe Sullivan and QKENCHANT) (In 1995, Henry L. Lazarus lives in 1313 Dauphine, New Orleans, LA 70116-2530 (504) 524-0059
HSCA Report, pp. 142-145; HSCA Vol 1, p. 434; HSCA Vol 2, pp. 252-253; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 484-485; HSCA Vol 7, p. 191; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 590, 674; HSCA Vol 10, p. 4; HSCA Vol 12, p. 377; CIA documents, Nos. 1119-980, 1229-514, 1230-515, 1232-517, 1233-518, 1234-519, 1235-520, 1314-1036-D, 1326-1042, 1332-502/1045 (MMF 2031-2037), 1333-1046, 1334-1047, 1337-1051, 1339-1053, 1344-1056; 1358-505, 1359-503; 1415-492-J (has "working file" in CIA); 1430-492-Y; 1458-492-BA; CIA 1462-492-BE (MMF 2048-2056); CIA 1466-492-BG; CIA 1587-1117 (discusses Shaw's connection to CIA); 1588-1118 (Shaw's # is 402897-A - is this a CIA number?); Plot or Politics, James, pp. 12, 52-68, 69-82, 86-88, 97, 106, 115, 119, 136-38, 163; Forgive My Grief II, Penn Jones, P. 174; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, pp. 139, 207-234, 252, 324, 365, 369, 376-77, 402; Six Seconds in Dallas, Thompson, p. 209; The Garrison Case, Brener; Memphis Commercial Appeal, 4/16/70, p. 14; Dallas Times Herald, 12/10/68, p. 6-A; Dallas Times Herald, 12/12/68, p. 36-A; Southwest Scene, Sun. 2/6/72; Dallas Times Herald, 8/1/72, p. 24-C; Dallas Times Herald, 8/15/74, p. 14-A; Dallas Morning News, 8/16/74; HSCA Reel 17, Box 11, Folder F (DCD File), G (AMKW 12); JFK Collection List, Appendix B: Dept of Justice actions re Clay Shaw trial, p. 55 (AMKW 93)

SHAW, GEORGE
Attorney. Friend of George deMohrenschildt.
CD 555, p. 79

SHAW, J. GARY
http://www.baylor.edu/lib/poage/shaw/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoS0QBcx_u0&feature=related

SHAW, MARIE (MRS.)
Bookkeeper for Sam Jaffee.
CE 3151; CD 1348, pp. 10-31

SHAW, ROBERT ROEDER (DR.)
Shaw, Robert Roeder    WC Testimony 1, 2    Doctor, Parkland Hospital.
DOB: Nov 15, 1905. POB: San Francisco, CA. DOD: 12/8/92. Thoracic surgeon who operated on Gov. John B. Connally 11/22/63. Said publicly that Connally was not hit with same bullet that hit JFK. Survived by wife: Ruth; daughters Jean (Mrs. Walter) Legg, Lewisville, TX; Setta Odoroff, Brewster, NY; Sally Nasstrom, Winona, Minn.; son: Robert Shaw of Koriyama, Japan.
CD 87 SS 633, p. 3; Dallas Morning News, 12/11/77, p. 1-G; Dallas Morning News, 12/9/92
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=7OyI0P6WYIY

SHAW, ROBERT TYLER
CIA. Was in Mexico 1956-1966. David Atlee Phillips said Shaw was in charge of surveillance.
Inside the Company: CIA Diary, Agee, p. 323; Scelso testimony to HSCA on May 16, 1978, p. 1-20

SHAWVER, GEORGE ALDERSON
Had film clips of Presidential Motorcade.
CD 1066, pp. 8, 14, 23, 50

SHAY, RUTH
With Texas Instruments. Name and phone number in Jack Ruby's and Larry Crafard's notebooks. She had Carousel Club pass #185.
WC Vol 19, pp. 44, 64; WC Vol 22, p. 504; CD 4, p. 498; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1098

SHCHUCHKIN,
"LIFEAT covered apartment residence of ... and SHCHUCHKIN..."
CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325, Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA 79-460 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10284, Lifton's pp. 218-220); CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294, Lifton's pp. 257-260)

SHEARER, L. M., JR.
Special Agent FBI.
CD 75, p. 217

SHEARER, LEE "BUCK" (RANCH)
Rumor that Jack Ruby was hunting on Shearer's Ranch 11/16/63.
WC Vol 25, p. 354; CE 2377; CD 86, pp. 223-224; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1101

SHEARRER, CARL (PHONETIC)
CD 75, p. 589

SHEBA, (RUBY'S DOG)
Jack Ruby's favorite dog.
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 262, 987-988

SHEEHAN, DAVID A.
Had been stationed at Drew Field (Army Air Force), Tampa, FL, in 1945 and 1946. Did not recall Jack Ruby at Drew Field. In 1964, he was employed by Phoenix Metal Corp., 2444 W. 16th St., Chicago
CD 1234a

SHEENAN, RAY
Manager of Oxnard division of General Telephone. Twenty minutes before assassination of JFK, he overheard conversation about Kennedy's death.
The Case vs. J. E. Hoover, Joesten, p. 11

SHEFFIELD, HERMAN ESCAR
Member John Birch Society
WC Vol 530; CE 2096; CD 301, p. 277

SHELDON, CRAIG T.
Re Jerry Buchanan. Sheldon and Buchanan brothers are Miami members of International Anti-Communist Brigade in Fort Lauderdale.
WC Vol 26, p. 424; CE 2951; CD 810

SHELEPIN, ALEKSANDR N.
Head of KGB from 1958-1962. Promoted to Presidium as reward for KGB help in overthrowing Khrushchev in Nov. 1964.
Penkovskiy Papers, p. 26

SHELLEY, WILLIAM HOYT.
Shelley, William H.    WC Testimony 1, 2    Employee, TSBD
Foreman of TSBD who possibly handled cartons on 6th floor. He was standing on steps of TSBD at 12:30 pm 11/22/63. Witnessed assassination.
Warren Report, pp. 137, 143-144, 170; WC Vol 6, p. 329; CE 1381, p. 84; CE 1980; CE 2003, p. 226; CE 3035; CE 3131; CD 205, p. 149; CD 206, p. 11; CD 706(eee); CD 897, p. 60; HSCA Vol 11, p. 227; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 110-111, 355

SHELTON, KEITH
A journalist with Dallas Times Herald who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93

SHELTON, VAUGHAN
Forgive My Grief I, Jones, p. 184

SHEMROSKE, ANTHONY
Reported conversation with Jean Hack, wife of Kerry Thornley.
CD 7, p. 419

SHENGALEV, LEV FEDOROVICH
Employee, Commercial office, Soviet Embassy, Mexico City.
CIA 150, p. 2; CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294, Lifton's pp. 257-260); CIA 187-622

SHEPANEK, NORBERT A.
Office of the Special Assistant to the DDO for External Oversight.
CIA Box 2, Folder 15, Doc 06265 (MMF 595); CIA Box 13, Folder 9 (MMF 1069-1072); CIA Box 11, Folder 10 (MMF 1163-1164)

SHEPARDSON, WHITNEY H.
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=13809

SHEPHERD, ALBERT
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1072

SHEPHERD, JIM
Co-owner Loftin-Shepherd Printing Company, 1509 S. Ervay, Dallas. Employed Tommy Johnson.
CD 7, p. 617

SHEPPARD, RICHARD H.
Sold letters for the Carousel Marquee in 1962.
CE 2357; CD 106, p. 95

SHEPPHERD, WILLIAM C.
With Kwik-Fit Door Patterns. Made "furious and berating remarks" about JFK on 11/6/63.
CD 49, p. 37

SHERGALIS, WILLIAM J.
A pilot placed on "blacklist" by U.S. Government.
Miami Herald, May 27, 1960

SHERIDAN, ANDREW "SQUINT"
HSCA Vol 9, p. 275

SHERIDAN, WALTER J.
DOB: 1925. DOD: 1/13/95. "NBC's hatchet man sent to New Orleans to 'get' Garrison. Russo says he tried to bribe him. Indicted by Garrison. (From Plot or Politics) Survived by wife: Nancy Sheridan of Dewood, MD; sons: Walter, Gaithersburg, MD; John, Germantown, MD; Joseph, Lansdale, PA; Donald, Harrisburg, PA; daughter: Hannah Shorey, Dallas, TX.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1066; CIA 1462-492-BE (MMF 2048-2056); Plot or Politics, James, pp. 119, 164; New York Times, June 21, 1967; Time Magazine, 10/23/67, p. 116ff; New York Times, 1/15/95, p. 18; Mafia Kingfish, Davis (365, 368, 373)

SHERIKOVA, RIMMA
Intourist guide in Moscow ca 1959. CIA requested name check on 12/31/63.
CIA 13-1; CIA 1589-1123; CIA Box 6, Folder 24 (MMF 1369)

SHERIN, LEO UKIE
Entertainer. Met Jack Ruby in 1958. Claimed Ruby was always inviting Dallas Police into his club and pointing out girls who "would play." Saw Los Angeles Largo Club owner visiting Ruby 11/8/63.
WC Vol 23, p. 355; CE 1747; CD 302, pp. 53-54; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 355

SHERMAN, BENNETT
HSCA Vol 1, p. 176; HSCA Vol 6, pp. 3, 15

SHERMAN, HERBERT A.
While the deMohrenschildts were in Haiti, they received mail with the return address: "Herbert A. Sherman, 80 Park Avenue, New York, NY" postmarked 10 December 1964. Paragraph 19n of above document states: "Herbert A. SHERMAN, whose address is 80 Park Avenue, New York, is of German-Jewish extraction. He was an employee of a predecessor organization of this Agency during and after World War II, and the records reveal that he was well-regarded by his superiors in that organization." This paragraph was written by James J. Angleton.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, p. 21; NW 381-21

SHERMAN, LEE ALLEN
Employed at Great Southwest Warehouse, 3191 Commonwealth, Dallas, TX. Thought he recognized LHO's pictures. Said he might have met him at Sportsdrome Gun Range.
CD 205, pp. 342-343

SHERMAN, MARILYN NELL (NEE REAGAN)
Separated from her husband, Bernard Sherman. Lives with two young sons. "Mistress" of Robert Festenstein. Knew Carmen Osiakowski and John Rossen.
CD 47, pp. 21-25

SHERMAN, MARY STULTS (DR.)
Nationally known orthopedic surgeon who worked for Oshner Clinic and was stabbed to death and partially burned in her apartment on St. Charles on July 21, 1964. The man who found the body was Juan M. Valdes, a self-described Latin playright who also lived in the apartment building. She had used David Ferrie's work on cancer implants in one of her papers.
Plot or Politics, James, pp. 111, 164

SHERMAN, R. J. "JOE"
A journalist with Dallas Times Herald who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93

SHERMAN, ROBERT LEE
CE 1505; CD 4, pp. 405-407; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1118

SHERRILL, ROBERT G.
Reporter for Miami Herald.
Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, p. 15

SHERRY,
Name and phone number in Jack Ruby's old memo.
WC Vol 19, p. 75; WC Vol 22, p. 521

SHERWOOD,
CIA 1279-466A; CIA 1280-466B

SHERWOOD, KATHERINE N. (MRS.)
Told account of a groom who was ex-intelligence and told story of assassination and predicted LHO would never come to trial.
CD 1288

SHERWOOD, RUSSELL E., JR.
Son of Mrs. Katherine N. Sherwood. Electronics Engineer with Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC
CD 1288

SHIELDS, EDWARD
Shields, Edward    WC Testimony    Employee, TSBD.
Worked in shipping department of TSBD. Possibly handled cartons on 6th floor. A 12:30 p.m., 11/22/63, he, Charles Givens and James Henry Lacy were standing at Mullendore's Cafeteria, 601 Main St. (or Elm and Record). Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 7, p. 394; CE 1381; CE 3131; CD 706(fff); CD 1069c, p. 11

SHERIN, LEO

SHILL, JOSEPH
President of New York Chapter FPCC. Resigned by December 31, 1963.
CD 1085-E1, p. 3

SHILLER, LAWRENCE
A journalist with Saturday Evening Post who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93

SHIMM, IRIS
Clerk at Sackett Studio, 1102 Canal St., New Orleans. She advised FBI that LHO entered Sackett Studio on either September 16, 18, 19, or 20, 1963. He "just wanted to look."
CD 75, p. 492

SHIMON, JOSEPH W.
Former inspector for the Washington, DC, Police Department. Associate of Sam Giancana. Testified before Church Committee Sept 20, 1975. Appeared in Anthony Summers' "What We Know Now That We Didn't Know Then" as "Dr. Peters." Appeared in Jack Anderson's Special on A & E (Cable) Friday night, 4/22/94, re the Mafia and the Kennedy Assassination.
Interim Report on Assassination, pp. 78 ftnote, 81; HSCA Vol 10, pp. 161, #18, 167, 169, 174, 192-193;
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (262)

SHINE, SIDNEY
Was in Haiti and in Israel in 1964.
Taking Sides, S. Green (188)

SHIP, EMMA
She called Jack Ruby's answering service 11/14/63. Left memo for Jack.
WC Vol 19, p. 62; WC Vol 22, p. 352; CE 2373; CD 104, pp. 166-168

SHIPP, BERT N.
News Director for WFAA. Either found a spent cartridge at Dealey Plaza or was given a spent cartridge on 11/22/63.
CD 205, p. 43; Dallas Morning News, Sun, May 7, 1972, p. 2-E; Dallas Morning News, August 19, 1972, p. 7-B

SHIRAKOVA, RIMA (RIMA ZMITROOK)
LHO's Intourist guide in Moscow.
Warren Report, p. 242; CD 1011, p. 2; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 452-454; CIA 557-242 (MMF 2018); CIA 624-823; CIA 1110-407; National Archives, OSW Box 6, Folder 24

SHIRES, GEORGE TOM (DR.).
Shires, George T.    WC Testimony    Doctor, Parkland Hospital.
With University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in 1963. Chairman of medical school's sugery department. Recognized for his research in trauma. Worked on JFK and JBC 11/22/63. Dr. Maury Soltes arranged through Dr. Shires for liaison between FBI Special Agents Charles T. Brown, Jr., Curtis L. Perryman, Arthur E. Carter, Leo L. Robertson and Wallace R. Heitman to be ready to take a dying declaration from LHO on 11/24/63.
Warren Report, p. 56; CE 392; CE 1450; CE 2003, p. 302; Price Exhibits; CD 87 SS 633, p. 3; CD 206, p. 196; HSCA Vol 1, pp. 142, 273, 290, 312; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 7, 155-159, 332-347; Dallas Morning News, 11/22/63, p. 1; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/63, p. 3; Memphis Commercial Appeal, 11/25/63, p. 5; Dallas Morning News, 3/16/71, p. 13-A; Dallas Times Herald, 3/16/71; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 292, 304-307, 310, 315, 330

SHIRLEY, RUTH D. (MISS)
Was enlisted member of US Marine Corps. Released Jan 1, 1964. On Jan 9, 1064, was employed by Warren Commission until Sept 17, 1964. "...returning" to employment with the Advanced Research Projects Agency Office of Secretary of Defense.
CD 1519

SHIRT, KENNEDY

SHIRT, OSWALD

SHITOV, ALEXANDR I. (aka ALEKSEEV, ALEXANDR I)

SHIVELY, WILLIAM S., JR.
22-yr-old student who got Mexican tourist card at Laredo 9/22/63. Took same bus on 10/1/63 that Albert Osborne/John Howard Bowen took. They bought consecutively numbered tickets.
WC Vol 25, p. 49

SHIVERS, ALLEN (GOV.)
Former Texas Governor
Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, p. 154

SHIVES, LEONARD
Claimed he did not know Jack Ruby.
CD 103, p. 12

SHLIPAK, LOUIS (DR.)
Treated Sylvia Odio at Professional Center Hospital, Irving, TX, on 11/22/63. His office: 212 S. Main, Irving, TX.
CD 1546, pp. 198, 200

SHOCK, JAMES E.
Prior to Nov 1963, he was a Baptist preacher in Houston. After refusing to aid Pearl Simons, he moved to Little Rock, Arkansas, and studied law. After graduation, he was refused law license and moved to Searcy, Ark.
CD 7, pp. 654-56

SHORE, MICHAEL
With AGVA. Owned Reprise Records, 1430 Cahunga, Hollywood, CA. Jack Ruby called him in New York and in California in Oct 1963. He claimed he never met Jack Ruby but had talked to him on phone numerous times. Shore and Ruby both knew Irwin S. Weiner in Chicago.
WC Vol 25, pp. 242, 246, 253-254; CE 1322, pp. 499, 506; CE 1507; CE 2303; CD 4, pp. 454-456; HSCA Vol 5, p. 86; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 198, 248, 273, 307, 408, 488, 586, 1044, 1050-1052, 1061, 1073-1075, 1077-1099, 1088, 1098; Mafia Kingfish, Davis (182)

SHORMAN, ROBERT LEE
Former musician with Jan Garber's bank. Met Jack Ruby in 1968. Operated Peppermint Pike, 337-1/2 W. Pike, Long Beach, CA. (HSCA spelled his name "Shoreman".)
WC Vol 22, pp. 923-924; HSCA, Vol 9, p. 130

SHORT, ANNABELLE
HSCA Vol 11, pp. 393-394, 454

SHORT, WILLIS G.
Secretary-Treasurer, Merchants Retain Credit Association. He furnished information on Jack Ruby and Ralph Paul.
CD 4, pp. 589-591, 603-604

SHOUP, JAMES
April and May 1963, FBI and Secret Service investigated claims of George Harding, Jr., that the Church of Jesus Christ-Christian (headed by Wesley Swift, William Gale and James Shoup) intended to assassinate 300 public figures and that Shoup tried to recruit Harding for an 8-man assassination team.
CD 39, p. 3; CD 1107, pp. 473-474

SHOWALTER, GEORGE P., JR.
Re: Jack Nicholas Payton, Eugene Alphonsus O'Doherty.
CD 301, pp. 215-250

SHPAKEVICH, VLADIMIR IVANOVICH
Third Secretary Soviet Embassy Mexico City. (CIA 71-32 gives movements in and out of Sov Emb, Mexico City, Nov 21-23, 1963.)
CIA 150, p. 2; CIA 54-547 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10333, Lifton's pp. 350-354); CIA 71-32 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10266, Lifton's pp. 174-177); CIA 187-622; CIA 424-150

SHRONT, A. E.
Employee of the CIA.
CIA 1277-1025; CIA Box 5, Folder 13, Doc 02681 (MMF 566)

SHUBIN, VITALIY BORISOVICH
Attache in Soviet Embassy in Mexico City. (CIA 71-32 traces Shubin's movements Nov 21-23, 1963)
CIA 150, p. 2; CIA 54-547 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10333, Lifton's pp. 350-354); CIA 71-32 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10266, Lifton's pp. 174-177); CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294, Lifton's pp. 257-260); CIA 187-622; CIA 424-150; CIA Doc JFK-104-10015-10093, p. 1

SHULMAN, THEODORE H.
President Sanatex Corporation, 2321 N. Wolcott, Chicago. Executive Director Waste Trade Industries, Chicago. Had known Jack Ruby thirty years.
WC Vol 22, p. 320; CD 4, p. 245

SHUMAKE, WALTER DARRELL (AKA WALLY WESTON)
Emcee at Carousel Club. Married to stripper Shari Angel. Had son by first wife: Jamie Shumake. Son by Shari Angel: Johnny Douglas Shumake. See Wally Weston
CE 1530; CD 4, pp. 781-783

SHUMAN, MIKAIL M. (MIKE)
Earl Ruby called him Nov. 14, 1963.
WC Vol 26, p. 312

SHUMATE, PEARL (MRS.)
Chief Clerk, Dallas County Criminal Court #3
CE 1610; CD 86, pp. 548-549

SIBERT, JAMES W.
Co-author of Sibert and O'Neill Report. Attended JFK's autopsy at Bethesda.
CD 5, p. 149; CD 7, pp. 281-285; HSCA Vol 6, p. 302; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 7-13, 37; Post Mortem, Weisberg, pp. 531-536
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRefXFb79Do&feature=related

SICA, JOSEPH
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 80, 82

SIDOROFF
"You will note that SIDOROFF's and FUZZY's names are shown for March, 1956." Something to do with John ROE (ROGALSKY).
CIA Box 15, Folder 15, Doc 8933 (MMF 1003, 1005)

SIDOROV, ALEKSANDR GEORGIYEVICH
Soviet Military Attache in Mexico City. Name appears in transcript of phone call CIA taped 11/24/63.
CIA 62-24 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10325, Lifton's pp. 328-331); CIA 81-562 (first released as JFK 104-10015-10285, Lifton's pp. 221-223); CIA 133-594 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10275, Lifton's pp. 202-205)

SIEDBAND, SIDNEY
Listed as Dallas gambler 4/2/59. Arrested in Oklahoma City 4/2/59 with large number of telephone numbers in his possession. One of the numbers was LA 8-4243, Jack Ruby's number at Vegas Club, 3508 Oak Lawn, Dallas.
WC Vol 23, p. 166; CD 4, p. 155; HSCA Vol 5, p. 75; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1081

SIEFERT, DANIEL
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1041

SIEGAL, BEN
HSCA Vol 9, p. 5

SIEGAL, BERNARD
HSCA Vol 3, p. 687

SIEGAL, EVELYN GRACE STRICKMAN
Siegel, Evelyn Grace Strickman    WC Testimony    Social worker, New York City.
Warren Report, pp. 355-358

SIEGEL, NORMAN J.
Vice President (later President) Carpet Engineers of Texas, 2006 S. Beckley, Dallas, TX, where Bernard Weissman worked. (Step-father of Rita Leslie Silberman who met Jack Ruby at Phil's 10:30 p.m. 11/22/63)
WC Vol 26, pp. 755-756; CE 1813; CD 7, pp. 692-695; CD 837

SIERAD, BETTY (MRS. BEN SIERAD)
Denied to FBI that she had foreknowledge the President would be assassinated.
CD 301, pp. 278-279

SIERRA, MARTINEZ PAULINO A. (DR.) (PAULINO SIERRA MARTINEZ ?)
Chicago attorney. Cuban. Interested in the anti-Castro movement. Gets financial backing for the movement. Denies money is "hoodlum" money.
CD 87, SS 336, p. 7; HSCA Report, p. 134; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 378, 386-387; HSCA Vol 10, pp. 91, 95-101, 144-145; HSCA Reel 17, Box 11, Folder H, I (AMKW 12)

SIGALOS, JOHN
Practices law with firm of Sigalos, Levine & Montgomery. He represents Charles Bronson.
HSCA Vol 6, p. 309; 89A-DL-60165-49 (MMF 2471); 89A-DL-60165-79 (MMF 2533); 89A-DL-60165-80 (MMF 2544)

SIGELBAUM, BENJAMIN
64 yr old Mafia.
Life Magazines, 9/1/67 and 9/8/67

SIGLER, HOWARD YOUNG (DR.)
Furnished film to DCA.
CD 1066, pp. 9, 47

SIGSWORTH, D. E.
Lt., USN, OP-921E. On 12 Nov 1959, he drafted a Naval Message from DNI to ALUSNA Moscow re Oswald.
"ONI", p. 138

SIGUNICK, LEO (AKA BRUCE LEE)
44 years old (in 1963). "Local" Vice President FPCC. Official delegate to New York FPCC Parley in 1962.
New Orleans Intelligence Unit Report

SILBERLING, EDWYN
Assistant Attorney General who investigated Jack Halfen in 1961.
Dope, Inc. (EIR), p. 448; It Didn't Start With Watergate, Lasky, pp. 125-126; Mafia Kingfish, Davis, p. 100; Live By the Sword, Russo, p. 283

SILBERMAN, RITA LESLIE
Was in Phil's on Oak Lawn, Dallas, at 10:30 p.m., 11/22/63 when Jack Ruby came in. She was with: Marguerite Vea Riegler, Wm. George Nikolis, and Bob Sindelar. (She was step-daughter of Norman Siegel of Carpet Engineers. Her father was Samuel J. Silberman, Chairman of Board of American Cigar in New York.) Sunday, June 16, 1968, she married Harvey Rothenberg of Troy, New York.
WC Vol 25, pp. 146, 201-202, 204; CD 86, p. 501; CD 837; Dallas Morning News, Wed, June 19, 1968, p. 5-C

SILLS, PAULINE (MRS. CHESTER L. SILLS)
Her husband was stationed at Keesler AFB, Biloxi (AF 17229036). She believed she had seen LHO and a Russian man in the "Say When" Bar in Biloxi, Mississippi, in June 1963. She was of Italian descent and was raised in Germany. She spoke several languages, including some Russian. The man she believed to be LHO did not drink but asked for a coffee shop and was directed next door. His companion did not seem to understand English and she asked if he spoke Russian and he answered Yes in Russian.
CD 87 SS 141, pp. 1-5; CD 87 SS 255, p. 1

SILVA, DELORES (AKA DIOR ANGEL)
"Mexican stripper" at Carousel Club on 4/14/63. "Boy friend" was Carme Petrillo of Carme and Paul comedy team. On 12/24/63, she was preparing to go to Show Bar in New Orleans for an engagement.
WC Vol 22, p. 902; CE 1481; CD 223, pp. 186-187; CD 1150, p. 2; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1086

SILVA, HELGA
HSCA Vol 10, p. 69

SILVA TORRES, MIGUAL
CIA 1432-492-AA; CIA 1460-492-BC

SILVEIRA, ANNA DIAZ
Age 28. Traveled from Miami to Dallas in October 1963 to hold public meetings of DRE. Compiled "Silveira List" of Dallas and Fort Worth people who attended meeting.

CD 205, p. 647; CD 246, pp. 20-26



SILVER, ARNOLD M.

DOB: 12/4/19. POB: Massachusetts. Wife: Annemarie. Received Masters Degree from Harvard in 1942. Chief of Station, Luxembourg, 1957-1960. He is probably the "A.S." mentioned in ZRRIFLE (WKH - AS).
Dirty Work, Agee and Wolf, pp. 656-657

SILVER, MYRA
Ms. Silver supplied additional details about the handbill order placed by "Osborne." She was shown a photo of Oswald and "stated she could not recognize the person represented in the picture as the person who placed the order for the handbills."
http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?absPageId=515513
CE 1410; CD 6, pp. 393-394D

SILVER SPUR CLUB
Phone was in names of Norma Miller and Jack Ruby. Ruby owned and managed Silver Spur from 1948 until August 1952, when he sold club to Martin Gimple of Chicago. Then, Ruby went to Chicago for about six weeks then returned and bought the Silver Spur back from Martin Gimple. In 1953, Ruby sold the Silver Spur to Rocky Robinson who formerly operated a club on Home Street in Dallas.
CD 4, pp. 155-156, 283-284

SILVERMAN, HILLEL (RABBI)
Rabbi of Temple Shearith Israel, Douglas and Walnut Hill, Dallas, where Jack Ruby belonged. Ruby also attended Temple Emanuel. In 1979: 854 Berchwood, Los Angeles, CA 90024 (213) 273-2482. Wife: Devora
Warren Report, p. 317; WC Vol 22, pp. 296, 906-907; WC Vol 25, p. 205; CE 1183; CE 1485; CE 2281; CD 4, pp. 338-340; CD 1121, pp. 32-33; HSCA Vol 4, p. 555; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1085, 1092, 1106; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 292-293
 
SILVERMASTER, NATHAN GREGORY
Head of Soviet espionage group active in Washington, DC, in early 1940s. Frank Coe had been a member of his group.
CIA 596-252F

SILVIA, FRANK (DR.) (SHOULD BE FRANSICSO SILVA)
DOB: 10/10/29. POB: Havana, Cuba. Married a girl from Jackson, LA, and lived in Jackson from 1958 to 1964. Was employed associate professor and consultant at Tulane but lived on grounds of Jackson Mental Hospital. He did consulting work for the institution and was on its payroll for a very short time the month of May 1963. It was alleged that Oswald, when attempting to register to vote at Clinton, stated he lived with a doctor at the Jackson State Hospital, according to a report from Lt. Fruge of the State Police.
Dick Billings' private notes on Garrison investigation. (Billings' source was Lynn Loisel of Garrison's staff whose source was a Mr. McLeury of the State Sovereignty Commission.)

SIMCO, BUDDY ALLEN
Marine enlisted man at El Toro, CA.
CD 75, pp. 238, 275-276; CD 87, SS 347, pp. 2-3; CD 1065, p. 4

SIMENSON, WILLIAM CHARLES
DOB: June 3, 1925; With CIA SR6. At bottom of cover sheet for Oswald's 201 file, there is note that some document which was requested for D. Lynch, had been ordered thru SR6/Simenson.
CIA 1-1B (Lifton's p. 3); Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 478; Dirty Work, Agee & Wolf, pp. 50, 657-658

SIMILAS, NORMAN
Witnessed assassination according to New York Times.
HSCA Vol 6, p. 13; New York Times, 11/23/63; Photographic Whitewash, Weisberg, pp. 224-235

SIMMONS, BRENDA
Worked for her father-in-law, Sam Rogers, at Dobbs House at 1221 N. Beckley, Dallas.
CE 3001; CD 1364, pp. 1-11

SIMMONS, CECIL BERNARD
Dallas Police Department # 29032; photo dated 10/3/49. Photo shown to Robert Kermit Patterson.
WC Vol 26, p. 272; CE 2830; CD 4, p. 799

SIMMONS, EVRA EUGENE
Wife: Frances E. Simmons. He was with GMC. His name and address were on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SIMMONS, JAMES L.
Simmons, James    3/19/64 FBI report, Shaw trial testimony    Witness at assassination scene.
Employed by Union Terminal Co. Standing on Commerce Street Viaduct at time of assassination. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 833; CE 1416; CD 897, pp. 6-7; HSCA Vol 12, p. 24; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 34, 40
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5No9Jiu0GI&feature=share

SIMMONS, JAMES R.
With Dallas Morning News. He had Carousel Club pass #137.
CD 4, p. 484

SIMMONS, KAREN
CE 1579; CD 86, p. 443

SIMMONS, RONALD
Simmons, Ronald    WC Testimony    Weapons evaluation expert, U.S. Army Weapons System Division.
Chief of the Infantry Weapons Evaluation Branch of the Ballistics Research Laboratory of Department of Army. Tested LHO's rifle.
Warren Report, pp. 177, 181; WC Vol 26, p. 441; HSCA Vol 1, p. 487; HSCA Vol 7, p. 358; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 126-129; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 162

SIMMONS, SHARON (MRS. SHARON NELSON)
TSBD employee. Standing on street and witnessed assassination. See Sharon Nelson.
WC Vol 22, p. 665; CE 1381; CD 706(tt); Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 109

SIMMONS, TOM J.
A journalist with Dallas Morning News who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93

SIMMONS, WILLIAM F.
Went "back to work" at Carousel Club as piano player 9/17/63. Drummer Bill Willis lived with Simmons. Neighbors of Ruth Paine at 2515 W. 5th
Warren Report, p. 340; WC Vol 26, p. 273; CE 2831; CD 4, p. 545; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1096

SIMMS, DONALD
Shared apartment with Kenneth Wayne Spivey.
CD 105, p. 215

SIMON, ART
Simon, Art    ARRB Testimony

SIMON, MITCHELL
57 years old. Operated Zebra Lounge, 1346 E. 63rd St., Chicago, IL Grew up in Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago where Jack Ruby grew up. Simon left the neighborhood in 1943.
CD 1175

SIMON, PAUL V.
With Music Education Institute, 619 East Irving Blvd., Irving, TX. Questioned re sling on LHO's rifle.
CD 206, p. 27

SIMONS, BOBBY
HSCA Vol 9, p. 129

SIMONS, C. J.
Re: David Ferrie in Miami, FL in 1959. S. J. Minnisale with the FAA wrote a memo to Simons.
HSCA Vol 10, p. 118

SIMONS, PEARL
Had worked for a doctor in Houston. In Louisiana but "left Dec 1963 or early 1964 and went back to Houston." Re: James E. Shock ??
CD 7, pp. 654, 656

SIMPSON, C. J.
Owned C. J. Simpson Drilling Company. Owned extensive oil holdings in Cuba until Castro took over.
CD 87, SS 477, pp. 1-2

SIMPSON, JOHN EWIN
Employee of General Cable Company. FBI questioned him re Harold B. Olson.
CD 301, p. 320

SIMPSON, JOHN J., JR. (JOHNNY)
Attendant at Simons Garage, 1300 Jackson, Dallas, TX. Resides with his sister, Mrs. Grady Ailes, in Hurst.
WC Vol 25, p. 521; CE 2418; CD 1460, pp. 1-3; CD 1460

SIMPSON, O'WIGHTON DELK
DOB: Aug 27, 1911. POB: Smithfield, VA. DOD: Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999 1928-32: Randolph Macon College, pre-law. 1934-35: George Washington Law School (did not complete course --no degree). Married in 1941. 1936-40: newspaper reporting and management, Portsmouth and Newport News, VA. 1940-41: director of public relations, Selma, Ala. 1941-42: worked for newspaper in Richmond, VA. 1942-61: US Air Force - attained rank of Colonel in 1945 (not promoted for 16 yrs - invited to retire). 1943-47: Executive Officer to Air Inspector. 1948-50: Chief of Intelligence, 5th Air Force, Japan. 1950-53: Armed Forces Staff College as student and later faculty. Also A-2 staff of Tactical Air Command. 1953-55: Air Attache, Hong Kong. 1955-57: Asst to Commander-in-Chief NORAD, Colorado. 1957-59: Air Attache, Bucharest, Rumania. 1959-61: Special Asst to Commander-in-Chief, General Samuel E. Anderson, Air Material Command, Dayton, Ohio. 1961-63: in charge of industrial intelligence for Martin Aerospace (traveled throughout Europe, headquartered in Paris). 1963-66: Washington staff of Martin Marietta Corp. His wife, Jane Furniss Hooper Simpson, died Feb 8, 1989, in Palm Beach, Florida, at age 70. She was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA. His son, O'Wighton Delk Simpson, Jr., died "under suspicious circumstances" Dec. 31, 1982, in West Palm Beach, Florida, at age 39 (DOB: 6/27/43) Son had claimed his father was "bagman" for Kennedy assassination. "Payoff" took place in Haiti (remember deMohrenschildt was in Haiti 1963-64). Check Burris and the claim that he was in import-export business with Simpson in Paris.
Unnamed in Morrow's The Senator Must Die (see Didi Hess story); unnamed in Morrow's First Hand Knowledge (see Howard Burris' "associate").

SIMPSON, RALPH
Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 12, pp. 443-446; WC Vol 19, p. 446

SIMRICK, HAMZA
Filed $219,000 suit against CIA on grunds he was hired as a spy but was never paid. 50-yr-old native of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar.
Dallas Morning News, 9/1/79, p. 39-A

SIMS, BETTY JEAN (MRS.)
On 11/26/63, she was in Room 8, Woodruff Gables Hospital, Bellflower, CA. Had worked "one night" in Jack Ruby's Silver Spur Club.
WC Vol 22, p. 889; CE 1469; CD 4, p. 543

SIMS, GORDON
CE 1683; CD 360, p. 85

SIMS, JEAN
Waitress at the Carousel Club.
WC Vol 22, p. 883

SIMS, MARGARET JEAN (MRS.)
CE 1637; CD 105, pp. 234-235

SIMS, RICHARD M.
Sims, Richard M.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Detective, Dallas Police Department.
CE 2003; CE 2248; CE 3145; CD 4, pp. 674-675; CD 1497; HSCA Vol 5, p. 177; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1107; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 73, 83, 127, 158; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, p. 158

SINATRA, FRANK
Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 133 ftnote; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 171, 173, 451, 467; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 34, 50, 57, 70, 167-169

SINCLAIR, ART
WFAA News
CD 1116

SINDELAR, ROBERT LOUIS
Companion of Marguerite Vea Riegler evening of 11/22/63.
CE 2279; CD 837; CD 856, pp. 9-10

SINEATH, LLOYD
Believed LHO might have registered at Charleston Heights Motel, 4241 Rivers Ave., N. Charleston, SC, where Sineath was Manager. Individual was driving a green and white 1956 Chevrolet with Virginia license 759078.
CD 205, pp. 344-345

SINGLE BULLET THEORY
 extra shots:
http://karws.gso.uri.edu/JFK/the_critics/griffith/Extra_Bullets_and_Missed_Shots.html

SINGLETON, PENNY
HSCA Vol 9, p. 200

SINITO, THOMAS J.
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 388, 391, 397, 402, 414

SINKLE, BILLLY

SINOBAS CASADO, RAMON
201-334249 AMMUG-1 said he knew SINOBAS "fairly well."
CIA Box 7, Folder 10, Doc 03045 (MMF 88); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 03357 (MMF 1097)

SIRAGUSA, CHARLES
World War II Military Intelligence officer. Linked with George White, ex-OSS man in World War II. In October 1960, he was Assistant Deputy Narcotics Commissioner. Helped set up California "safe houses" where MK/ULTRA experiments were conducted in the 1950s. In 1960, CIA approached Siragusa about murdering third world leaders such as Patrice Lumumba for $1-million. Sheffield Edwards testified that Siragusa turned the proposition down.
HSCA Vol 4, p. 201; CIA Box 7, Folder 12, Doc 03479-03480 (MMF 84); Contract on America, Scheim, p. 106; The Fish is Red, Hinckle & Turner, p. 31; Hoffa Wars, Moldea, pp. 42, 63, 87, 110, 124, 127-128, 131, 138; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 381, 768; Search for the Manchurian Candidate, Marks, pp. 99, 207; The New York Times, Sept. 20, 1977, p. 1; Live by the Sword, Russo, pp. 50, 66

SIRICA, JOHN J. (JUDGE)
Ordered CIA to release documents in 1976.
HSCA Report, pp. 67, 69; HSCA Vol 2, p. 48; HSCA Vol 5, p. 555

SISCO, PAUL
UPI reporter had Chicago Police Department Press Card. Was in Dallas City Hall basement on 11/24/63. Harry T. Tasker was identified as cab driver for Paul Sisco.
WC Vol 24, pp. 466, 483-484, 486-487; CE 2062; CD 91, pp. 1-10; CD 1121, p. 57

SISK, MARIE AKA MARIE KOVAR
Employed by A. J. Reno at speed wash at 1101 N. Beckley.
CE 3001; CD 1364, p. 4

SITZMAN, MARILYN
Sitzman, Marilyn    Interview with Josiah Thompson    Witness at assassination scene
Witnessed assassination with her employer, Abraham Zapruder. Died, Wed, Aug 11, 1993. Survived by father and mother: Dan Sitzman and Bertha Sitzman, of Longmont, Colo, brother and sister-in-law: Jerry & Chris Sitzman, of Fort Lupton, Colorado.
WC Vol 19, p. 535; Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 535; HSCA Vol 1, p. 112; HSCA Vol 6, pp. 123-124; Dallas Morning News, Fri, Aug 13, 1993

SIXTH FLOOR

SIZOO, JOSEPH A.
No. 1 man in FBI's Domestic Intelligence.
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 478-479; Deep Politics, Scott, p. 64

SKAGGS, GINO
Name and phone number in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 75

SKEETS GUN SHOP
CD 7, p. 209

SKELTON, ROYCE G.
Skelton, Royce G.    WC Testimony, 11/22/63 Affidavit    Witness at assassination scene.
Employed by Texas-Louisiana Freight Bureau, Room 215, Union Terminal Bldg., Dallas. Was standing on top of overpass with fellow worker, Austen Lawrence Miller, 11/22/63. Witnessed assassination and saw "dust spray" in front of President's car.
Warren Report, pp. 76, 111; WC Vol 6, p. 237; CE 2003, p. 61; Skelton Exhibit; Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 496; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 537-541; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 20-21; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 182

SKILLMAN, JOYCE
Suspected, with Ralph Eugene Young, of violation of Atomic Energy Act in 1950.
CD 1100

SKOLNICK, SHERMAN H.
Filed Petition in United States District Court for Northern District of Illinois Eastern District on 4/6/70 for tapes of LBJ talking about assassination. LBJ tapes were released in 1993.
Dallas Morning News, Sun, May 10, 1970, p. 4-A

SKOTNICKI, STANLEY LEON (SCOTTY)
First husband of Katherine "Katcha" Ford (Mrs. Declan Ford) who was born in Russia. He died Mon, Aug 6, 1984.
CD 329, p. 204; Dallas Morning News, Tues, 8/7/84, p. 17-A; HSCA Vol 12, p. 418

SKRABANIK, FRED
In Sept 1963 the CIA questioned Erwin HERZOG about his travels and acquaintances. HERZOG met SKRABANIK while playing tennis at the Stanley Park Courts (? Canada) during 1960. At that time SKRABANIK was working as a welder. He moved to the USA late 1960 or early 1961. HERZOG again ran into SKRABANIK on Robson Street (Vancouver ?) in January 1963. He believed SKRABANIK had a home in San Francisco
CIA Box 15, Folder 15, Doc 08604 or 8931 ? (MMF 1023)

SKULL

SKY CLUB,
Joe Bonds owned and operated Sky Club.
CD 4, p. 284

SLACK, GARLAND GLENWELL
Slack, Garland Glenwill    11/22/63 Affidavit    Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range.
DOB: 5/9/05. Standing at Elm and Houston and heard shots that killed the president. Was standing on Houston Street and witnessed assassination. He believed he saw LHO at Sportsdrome Gun Range several weeks before assassination. Wife: Lucille. Son: Johnny Glenwill Slack, in 1963, owned business in Richmond, Ind. Daughter: Mrs. Vernon Stone (Marilyn). (In 1995, in Texas, there is no record of a Garland G. or G. G. Slack. The only Lucille Slack is in Little Rock, Ark. There is a listing for a Johnny Slack in Hull, TX, 77564 409 536-6955 - approximately 10 miles from Beaumont, TX. There is one listing for a John G. Slack, 917 Dodge St., Amherst, OH 44001-2741 216 985-2506 - near Lake Erie, east of Cleveland.) (In 1995, the closest listing for a phone on De Lee Street is: L. D. Brannon, 4130 De Lee St., Dallas, TX 75227; 214 388-9795. There is no 1995 listing for 214 381-2950.)
Warren Report, pp. 318-320; Testimony: WC Vol 10, pp. 378-385; WC Vol 19, p. 495; WC 26, pp. 680-681; CE 2003, p. 304; CE 2909; CE 3077; Decker Exhibit 5323, pp. 495, 527; CD 7, pp. 233-238; CD 1546, p. 137; Coup D'Etat in America, Canfield & Weberman, pp. 114-115; Crossfire, Marrs, pp. 545, 566; Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, p. 55; Forgive My Grief, Vol 2, Jones, pp. 63-65, 191; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 334-335; Six Seconds in Dallas, Thompson, pp. 36, 63, 265

SLACK, LUCILLE (MRS. GARLAND G.)
Accompanied her husband to Sportsdrome Gun Range. (In 1995, there is no listing for a Garland G. or G. G. Slack. The only listing for a Lucille Slack is at 2715 S. Gaines St., Little Rock, AR 72206-6528 501 376-3842)
WC 26, p. 680; CE 3077

SLACK, WILLIAM B.
Slack, Willie B.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police Officer. Questioned by Dallas Warren Commission probers.
CE 2001, p. 5; CE 2002, p. 165; Slack Exhibits; HSCA, Vol 4, p. 580

SLAFTER, (FNU)
A late 1967 memo from the CIA Chief of the Western Hemisphere Division to the Deputy Director for Plans reviewed the links between the Brown/Slafter case and individuals involved in the Garrison investigation.
CIA Box 7, Folder 2 (MMF 279-283)

SLATER, IRA
Slater claims he observed Jack Ruby and Deputy Sheriff Bill "Red" Williams in conversation on the afternoon of November 21, 1963, in Houston. Slater overheard the conversation.
WC Vol 25, p. 379; CE 2399

SLATER, LIONEL (JR.)
He was employed as a messenger at Pfisterer Dental Laboratory, 227 Dauphine St., New Orleans, during the same time LHO was a messenger there.
CE 2230; CD 75, pp. 17-18; CD 205, p. 555

SLATER, PHILIP
HSCA, Vol 6, p. 3

SLATIN, JOE E.
Owned New Orleans Room, 1513 Commerce, Dallas, as of 12/13/60. Had "breakdown" following assassination.
CE 1569; CD 86, pp. 360-363; CD 1306, p. 110; HSCA Vol 9, p. 525, 528, 531, 555

SLATOSKI, JOSEPH R. (CAPTAIN)
His name on U.S. Embassy, Moscow, Diplomatic List in 1959. His name appeared in "Sammy" papers (MMF 1742).
CIA document dated 8 September 1964 (MMF 1742)

SLATTER, BILL
With WDSU T-V.
CD 75, p. 313

SLAUGHTER, JOHN
WC Vol 24, p. 299; CE 2003, p. 194

SLAUGHTER, MALCOLM R.
Slaughter, Malcolm R.    WC Testimony    Resident in Jack Ruby's apartment building.
Truck driver who rented apartment at 223 S. Ewing 10/30/63 where Jack Ruby lived. Apparently shared apartment with Sidney Evans and Jack Skritchfield (?)
Warren Report, p. 330; CD 4, pp. 622, 624

SLAUGHTER, O. T. (CAPTAIN)
Chief, Record Bureau, Dallas Police Department.
CE 1607; CD 86, p. 545

SLAVNOV, NIKOLAY PETROVICH
Code Clerk, Soviet Embassy Mexico City.
CIA 150, p. 2; CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294, Lifton's pp. 257-260); CIA 187-622; CIA 424-150

SLAWSON, WILLIAM DAVID
Slawson, W. David    HSC Testimony    Warren Commission Assistant Counsel
Warren Commission Counsel; possessed letters stating FBI had listened to tapes of LHO in Mexico City "during Warren Commission hearings." (MMF 1435 - From Slawson - "_____ from the Soviet and Cuban Embassies in Mexico City. The following are my notes from reading _________ in the American Embassy in Mexico City, translated from the Spanish by Embassy personnel, on April 13, 1964.")
WC 5, pp. 260, 567; WC 11, pp. 180-204, 442-460; CE 960; CE 1057; CE 1058; CE 2714; CE 2761; CE 2774; CE 3096; CE 3098; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 42-43, 50-52, 69, 131, 149-150, 166-169, 170-173, 175, 183, 188, 206, 256, 479-480, 482-83, 487-488; CIA Box 15-B, Folder 56 (MMF 1435-1441); Inquest, Epstein, pp. 11, 13, 23, 82, 106

SLAYTON, JOE (AKA SLATIN, SLATON, SLAYTIN, SLAHEN)
Partner with Jack Ruby in Sovereign Club in 1959. Operated Bankers Drug, RI 7-5719
WC Vol 19, p. 75; HSCA Vol 4, p. 502; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 249, 1081-1082

SLEDJESKI, LEO A.
HSCA Vol 5, p. 689; HSCA Vol 8, p. 36

SLEIGHT, ELMO
Owner of Sleight's Speed Wash.
CE 3000; CE 3001; CD 86, p. 595; CD 1364

SLEISENTER, SOL
HSCA Vol 9, p. 944

SLEMMER, EDWARD R.
Re: letter to Slemmer from Lawrence R. Houston re CE 237
CIA 1074-964-M

SLEZAK, ----- (FATHER)
Franciscan priest.
CD 7, p. 526

SLICK, THOMAS BAKER
Born 1916. Died Oct. 6, 1962, near Dillon, Montana, in plane explosion. His pilot, Shelly E. Sudderth, was from Dallas, TX, and died in same explosion. Son on Tom Slick "king of the wildcatters". Chairman of board of Slick Oil Company which had been founded by his father. Board chairman of Transworld Resources Corp., director of Dresser Industries, Bailey Selburn Oil & Gas Ltd., and Slick Airways, Inc. which had been founded by Earl Frates Slick.
New York Times, Oct. 8, 1962; Cryptozoology in the Land of Shadows: Yetis, the Cia and Tibet, by Loren Coleman, Strange Magazine No. 5, p. 11, 1990; Tom Slick and the Search for the Yeti, Loren Coleman, Faber and Faber, Boston and London, 1985.

SLINKARD, PHINEAS F.
"...late afternoon of 5, 6 and 10 September, SLINKARD requested PARMUTH to shoot movies of two BEDOX targets..."
CIA Doc JFK 104-10052-10056

SLOAN, BILL
A journalist with Dallas Times Herald who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93

SLOAN, DANIEL N.
CE 1319; CD 86, p. 102

SLOAN, WILLIAM
Worked at Vegas and Silver Spur Clubs in 1953 or 1954. Had known Jack Ruby 25 years.
WC Vol 22, p. 890; CE 1471; CD 105, pp. 236-237

SLOBODA, VLADIMIR O.
DOB: 1/7/27; POB: Redkomien, USSR. 201-287527. "13 U.S. defectors between 1958 and 1960 among them 5 KGB agents." (One of them was Sloboda.) Marguerite Stevens gave his file number as MS-10565. Sloboda's notecard has numbers 380312 and 013595 on top. There appears to be a number redacted between these two. The text reads: "POB: (subj's statement: Orekhovchnik, Brodak District, Ternopol - Lvov, Uk[raine] SSR, then Poland, DOB: 1927. Nat. US citizen in US Army '58, served as Spec. 5/c, translator, interrogator, doc. clerk 513 MI Grp., Frankfrt., defected from Camp King, Germany 3 Aug 60 to USSR. Claims to have known "Lypsky, Komaryk, Krul and others," at Ft. Bragg. Wife and 1 child [?in?] Halifax, UK, other 2 in Sov. Union with subj. Identified [redacted] YT-1192, 16 Jan 62. 380291 289148 077283 US CIT."
CIA 1634-1088, p. 9; HSCA Reel 17, Box 11, Folder J (AMKW 12)

SLOUGH, HUGH R.
Wife: Evelyn A. Slough. Occupant of 1026 N. Beckley at same time LHO resided there. In 1975, he was employed by Republic National Life Ins.

SLUSHER, JUANITA (AKA JUANITA PHILLIPS, CANDY BARR) see PHILLIPS, JUANITA

SLUSSER, ROBERT
"...continues to insist that the President was murdered by the Soviet Secret police..."
CIA 376-154

SM,
= United Kingdom
Inside the Company, Agee, p. 48

SMAHLDONE, CLYDE
Member of Smahldone Gang??
HSCA Vol 9, p. 326

SMAHLDONE, EUGENE
Member of Smahldone Gang ??
HSCA Vol 9, p. 326

SMAHLDONE GANG
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 419, 423

SMALL, CHARLES (ALIAS OF CHARLES NELSON SMOLIKOFF)
DOB: 3/16/11. POB: Brooklyn, NY. Resided in Mexico City and operated a tourist type store at Calle Niza #47, where he sold silver jewelry and other gift items. He was one of the most prominent associates of the American Communist Group in Mexico.
WC Vol 24, p. 631; CE 2121, pp. 122-123; CD 1006; CIA 1120-422c

SMALL, JACK CLIFTON
Left Dallas April 1, 1963.
CD 25, p. 27

SMALLEY, JUDY
Tenant at 223 S. Ewing and Jack Ruby asked her to take care of his dogs over the weekend in December 1962 and January 1963. Her roommate was Ms. Wallace.
WC Vol 22, p. 874; CE 1450; CD 104, pp. 216-217

SMART, FRANK
Bell Captain, Sheraton-Lincoln Hotel, Houston, TX. Had known Jack Ruby when he lived and worked in Dallas. Recalled Ruby's trip to Houston in May 1963 to give Candy Barr a dog.
CD 4, p. 657

SMART, VERNON S. (LT.)
Smart, Vernon S.    WC Testimony    Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.
Lieutenant with Dallas Police Department. Was assisting in move of LHO on 11/24/63.
WC Vol 13, p. 43; WC Vol 25, p. 516; CE 2417; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 210

SMATHERS, GEORGE (SENATOR)
Friend of both John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon. Mentioned in Bill Pawley document (MMF 2072).
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 325, 380; Rolling Stone, May 20, 1976, pp. 43-44; MMF 2072; MMF 2235-2236; MMF 2238-2239, Lane, p. 210

SMEE, (FNU)
HSCA, Vol 9, p. 1095

SMELE, RALPH HENRY WILLIAM (AKA RALPH SIMPSON)
Used alias "Ralph Simpson" in a 4:45 a.m., March 24, 1964, call to Sgt. Patrick Dean, Dallas Police Officer. Gave false report of having film.
CD 897, pp. 54-56

SMETHLAGE, MARIA
Head of Wekgroup Informatie Cuba. On 11/23/63, she told an employee of the Cuban Embassy Hague that she had met Mr. Lee in Havana. She had written Gibson about bad impression she had of this Lee. Three hours later, she called again and said LHO not the Mr. Lee she met. She had been in Cuba in January and in May 1963.
CIA 239-90A

SMITH, ALAN
Witnessed assassination according to New York Times article.
New York Times, 11/23/63

SMITH, ALICE (DR.)
Dr. Smith was on staff at Southwestern Medical School. She did pathological work on Marina Oswald's cervical smear 10/11/63.
WC Vol 22, p. 230

SMITH, ANNIE LAURIE (MRS.)
With Texas Employment Commission. Interviewed LHO in June 1962.
CE 1892; CD 1066, pp. 551-552; Legend, Epstein, p. 343

SMITH, BENNIERITA
Smith, Bennierita    WC Testimony    Acquaintance of Oswald at Beauregard Junior High School in New Orleans.
Attended Beauregard Junior High School with LHO
CD 75, pp. 278-279, 284

SMITH, BERNIE
He picked up Bernard Weissman's belongings at 4618 Reiger. A Mrs. Smith called Mrs. Roberts, Manager, and left # EM 8-4244 for Weissman to call. Mrs. Roberts called that number and was told it was Smith residence but they did not know Weissman. Dallas Criss-Cross Directory showed the number listed to John R. Smith, 6731 Norway, Dallas, TX.
CD 7, pp. 699-700

SMITH, BILLIE JOE
Formerly a property clerk with Dallas Police Department. By August of 1964, he was working for Texas Instruments at Metairie, LA.
WC Vol 25, pp. 517-518; CE 2417; CD 1455

SMITH, BOB
Owner Aero Smith, Highland Park Airport, AD 9-5316. Questioned regarding 11/24/63 morning air trip from Sherman to Dallas.
CD 7, pp. 763-764

SMITH, CAROL
In 1962, she attended a party with Mrs. Frank Ray. Marina Oswald attended the same party.
Cd 329, p. 205

SMITH, CONNIE
HSCA Vol 5, p. 498

SMITH, D'ALTON C. (AKA DALTON SMITH)
Asked Louisiana Gov. McKeihen's aide Aubrey Young to arrange a meeting with Edward Grady Partin, main witness against Jimmy Hoffa. His brother, A. D. Smith, was with Louisiana Board of Education. His sister, Mrs. Nofio (Frances) Pecora, was an official with Louisiana State Insurance Commission. (Jack Ruby called Nofio Pecora.)
Life Magazines, 9/1/67 and 9/8/67; Dallas Times Herald, 10/4/67; Dallas Times Herald, 6/10/68; Mafia Kingfish, Davis (302, 365, 373-4, 398)

SMITH, D. M.
HSCA, Vol 8, p. 184

SMITH, DANA
Administrator of slush fund for Nixon in 1952. Toured Havana casinos with Nixon and Danner in 1950.
Rolling Stone, May 20, 1976, p. 44

SMITH, DAVID FLINT "MIKE"
Associated Press photographer
CE 2258; CD 85, pp. 513-516

SMITH, DOROTHY (MRS.)
Employed by Credit Bureau in Irving. Furnished information on the Michael Paines' credit record.
CD 75, p. 137

SMITH, EARL
HSCA Report, p. 104

SMITH, MRS, EARL T.

SMITH, EDGAR LEON JR.
Smith, Edgar Leon Jr.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police officer standing on east side of Houston, south of southeast corner Elm and Houston. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 7, p. 567; CE 1358

SMITH, ERNEST ALLEN
DOB: 8/21/34. Requisition clerk at Sears Roebuck Company, 710 Belleview, Dallas. Alleged to have made statement "the President will not leave Dallas alive."
CD 7, pp. 661-662; CD 301, p. 283

SMITH, ERNEST THOMAS
Age 61
CD 7, p. 662

SMITH, FAYE
CD 7, p. 583

SMITH, FREDERICK G.
Worked at Oak Cliff Sand & Gravel Company. Called FBI about what Lawrence Smith (AT 6-3472) reported to him.
CD 329, p. 82

SMITH, GEORGE
HSCA Vol 6, p. 12

SMITH, GERALD L. K.
A copy of his article "The Assassination" appeared in The Cross and The Flag, March 1964. Letter from J. Edgar Hoover in CD 781.
CD 781; CD 914, p. 76

SMITH, GLENN BRYAN
HSCA Vol 12, pp. 286-287

SMITH, GLENN EMMETT
Smith, Glenn Emmett    WC Testimony    Service station attendant in Dallas.
Part-time tax consultant. Part-time service station help. Gave information to FBI re purchase of a rifle from individual who may have been LHO.
WC Vol 10, p. 399; CD 205, pp. 69-71

SMITH, GORDON WAYNE
Employee of TSBD ???
CE 1949; CD 5, p. 375

SMITH, H. EDWARD
CE 2291; CD 1267, 4 pgs.

SMITH, HARRY AUTHUR
Worked at Tujaque's when LHO worked there.
CD 75, p. 6

SMITH, HARRY B. (CAPTAIN)
Name was on U.S. Embassy, Moscow, Diplomatic List in 1959. His name was on "Sammy" paper (MMF 1742).
CIA document dated 8 September 1964 (MMF 1742)

SMITH, HELEN K. "PIXIE LYNN"
Stripper who claimed to have given a party where Ruby and LHO were both present. Then she denied knowledge of Ruby and LHO meeting.
WC Vol 25, p. 161; WC Vol 26, pp. 183-185; CE 2249; CE 2794; CE 2795; CD 87, SS Control No. 539, p. 1; CD 675, SS Control No. 675, 3 pp.

SMITH, HERMAN VIRDIE
CE 1658; CD 223, pp. 188-189

SMITH, HILDA L.
Smith, Hilda L.    Affidavit    Employee, Louisiana Department of Labor, New Orleans.

SMITH, HOWARD K.
HSCA, Vol 11, p. 356

SMITH, HUBERT WINSTON (DR.)
Attorney and medical doctor with the University of Texas Law School. Helped Melvin Belli choose defense psychiatrists and became Jack Ruby's chief counsel.
Jack Ruby, p. 168; The Two Assassins, Hartogs, p. 219; The Trial of Jack Ruby, Kaplan & Waltz, pp. 55, 267, 273, 343-346

SMITH, HUGH GENE
Ex-Dallas Police Officer who associated with Jack Ruby.
CE 1646; CD 106, pp. 97-98; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 233-235

SMITH, J. T. (MRS.)
Occupant of apartment in complex where Jack Ruby lived.
CD 4, pp. 622-623
SMITH, JAMES H.
His name appears in file "Possible Suspects and Other Leads."
CD 47, pp. 40-41

SMITH, JAMES L.
His name and address on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SMITH, JAMES LEWIS (AKA "HOBO" SMITH)
Called a Columbia, South Carolina, television station on November 9, 1963, and said JFK was going to be killed. Known to Secret Service as "chronic complainant."
CD 49, p. 43

SMITH, JANE
One of 8 persons who came to Dallas 9/28-29, 1963, to produce show "How Hollywood Makes Movies."
WC 25, pp. 325-326

SMITH, JESSE RAY
Manager Arrow Loan Company, 309 N. 8th St., Killeen, TX. Re: 30.06 rifle.
CD 7, p. 218

SMITH, JOE MARSHALL
Smith, Joe Marshall    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police Department Patrolman assigned to Houston and Elm Streets 11/22/63. Was standing east side of Houston in middle of Elm Street. Witnessed assassination. Died Monday, Jan. 3, 1983.
WC Vol 7, p. 535; WC Vol 22, p. 603; CE 1358; CD 897, pp. 48-49; Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, Section 4, p. 1; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 43-44; HSCA Report, p. 164; HSCA Vol 5, p. 589; Dallas Morning News, Wed., January 5, 1983, p. 5-D; Dallas Times Herald, Wed., January 5, 1983, p. B-17

SMITH, JOHANNA
HSCA Vol 2, p. 440

SMITH, JOHN ALLISON
Smith, John Allison    WC Testimony    TV technician, Fort Worth.
WBAP-TV employee. Was in Dallas Police Department basement 11/24/63.
Warren Report, pp. 352-353; WC Vol 13, pp. 278-281, 283

SMITH, JOHN DISCOE
CIA defector to Soviet Union. He wrote book "I Was a CIA Agent in India," published by Communist Party in India in 1967. Unwittingly delivered suitcase containing a bomb to a Kuomintang agent. The bomb was planted on Air India plane in 1955 in second attempt on Chou Enlai's life.
The National Reporter, Summer 1986, p. 6; "I Was a CIA Agent in India," by John Discoe Smith

SMITH, JOHN R.
A Mrs. Smith called Mrs. Roberts, Bernard Weissman's landlady, and left the above number for Weissman to call. Later, Mrs. Roberts called the number and was told it did belong to the Smith family but they did not know Weissman. A "Bernie Smith" had picked up Weissman's belongings.
CD 7, pp. 699-700

SMITH, JOSEPH M.
Patrolman in Traffic Division, Dallas Police Department. Advised that he definitely distinguished the aroma of gunpowder in the parking lot by the TSBD 11/22/63.
CD 205, p. 39

SMITH, JOSEPH V.
Wife: Reba M. Smith. Supervisor, Auto Canteen, Arlington. His name was on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SMITH, JOSEPH
Secretary Southern Trading Company, 4012 Griggs, Houston, TX.
CD 7, pp. 211-212

SMITH, JOSEPH BURKHOLDER
CIA agemt. In Mexico from 1969 to 1973. His actions resulted in Oleg Nechiporenko's ouster from Mexico in 1971.
HSCA Mexico City Report (Lopez), pp. 99, 112; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, p. 490; Passport to Assassination, Nechiporenko, pp. 288-307

SMITH, KENNETH LEWIS, SR.
Smith, Kenneth    ARRB Testimony
Shared an apartment with Joseph Noble. He was in Austin in November 1963. Said he contributed money to have JFK assassinated.
CD 7, pp. 503-505

SMITH, L.C.
Smith, L.C.    Sheriff's report    member Dalls County Sheriff's Department
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff standing at Sheriff's door. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 19, p. 516; Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 516

SMITH, LAWRENCE
Frederick G. Smith called the FBI and reported something that Lawrence Smith had told to him.
CD 329, p. 82

SMITH, LESTER
Wife: Virgie L. Smith. He worked for Texas Gypsum. His name and address were on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SMITH, LOUIS (MAJOR)
HSCA Vol 5, p. 695

SMITH, MARGARET (MRS.) ("PEGGY")
Receptionist and Interviewer at Statler-Hilton Hotel, 1914 Commerce St., Dallas. Did not recognize photograph of LHO.
CD 205, p. 495; CD 206, pp. 135-137

SMITH, MERRIMAN
UPI reporter who became Dean of White House correspondents. Article in Washington Post Nov. 20, 1966. Witnessed assassination. Won a Pulitze Prize for his coverage of assassination. Death by suicide Monday, April 13, 1970.
WC Vol 21, p. 423; CIA 603-256 (attach. 6); Truth About Assassination, pp. 19-20; Dallas Times Herald, 11/23/63, p. 2; Dallas Morning News, 4/14/70; Dallas Times Herald, 4/14/70, p. 6-A; Dallas Times Herald, 4/16/70; Dallas Morning News, 4/20/70, p. 15-A

SMITH, MILLER I.
Witnessed Tippit slaying.
CD 205, pp. 240, 242-244

SMITH, MURIEL (MRS.)
CE 2810; CD 111, pp. 10-24

SMITH, NORMAN
Former member Local 147, Dallas Federation of Musicians. Graduate of SMU. Originally from Massachusetts. Ran for Constable in New Jersey.
WC Vol 23, p. 361; CE 1742; CD 86, pp. 245-246

SMITH, ORVILLE
Was standing in front of Criminal Courts Building, 40 feet east of Houston with Deputy Sheriff W. W. Mabra. Heard shots and ran to assassination site. Said he "witnessed" assassination.
WC Vol 19, p. 541; CD 1463

SMITH, PAUL HENRY
His name and the address of his father's sporting goods store, 111 W. Jefferson, Dallas, Tx, on list of gun range's patrons one of days LHO allegedly there. His father and mother were Franklin H. Smith and Donna H. Smith. They owned Smitty's Sporting Goods. Paul was only 16 years of age when he committed suicide on 11/15/64.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SMITH, PAUL A.
His name on Moscow Diplomatic List for 1959. His name appeared in "Sammy" papers (MMF 1741). (In 1991, there was a Paul A. Smith, Jr., in AFIO. Address: 4615 N. 38th St., Arlington, VA 22207)
CIA document dated 8 September 1964 (MMF 1741)

SMITH, REGINALD L.
His name and address on list of gun range patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SMITH, ROBERT P.
This man had worked in atomic energy research and was discharged "for cause". He fought the accusations and went to work for Bud Fensterwald researching the JFK assassination. In 1972, he interviewed Drs. Cairns and Noteboom re Harper bone fragment.
CIA 1062-964A; CIA 1064-964C; CIA 1066-964E; CIA 1069-964H; CIA 1070-964i; CIA 1071-964J; CIA 1072-964K; Best Evidence, Lifton, p. 504, note 26

SMITH, ROBYN JOY
Her name and phone numbers were in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 81; WC Vol 22, p. 519

SMITH, RUTH MARSHALL (MRS.)
Field worker in the Public Welfare Department. Observed motorcade 11/22/63 from secnd floor balcony of the old red courthouse on Main Street, Dallas. Witnessed assassination.
CD 206, pp. 8-9

SMITH, SAMUEL C.
In Dallas Times Herald's advertising department. He gave Jack Ruby a receipt for $65 for ads on 11/21/63. Had Carousel Club pass #201.
CE 2320; CD 4, p. 484; CD 104, p. 151

SMITH, SERGIO ARCACHA See Sergio ARCACHA Smith.
 
SMITH, SHERWOOD
Lawrence Meyers called him 10/7/63 and 10/8/63.
WC Vol 25, pp. 329-330; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 821-822, 827, 839, 915-916, 1094

SMITH, T. C.
Dallas Police officer.
CE 3133; CD 1379, p. 3

SMITH, VENOICE
Name and "Personal checks, Rep. Nat'l Bank" on back of check in Jack Ruby's possession 11/24/63.
WC Vol 22, p. 500

SMITH, VERNON ROY
CE 1653; CD 106, pp. 187-188

SMITH, WALTER H. BEDELL (LT. GEN.)
Author of several National Rifle Association books.
HSCA Vol 4, p. 2; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 122

SMITH, WAYNE (MRS.)
CD 7, p. 108

SMITH, WILLIAM ARTHUR
Smith, William Arthur    WC Testimony, FBI Report    Witness in the vicinity of the Tippit crime scene.
With Jimmy Earl Burt witnessed Tippit slaying. Was questioned by Warren Commission's Dallas probers.
Warren Report, pp. 158, 163; WC Vol 7, p. 82

SMITH, WILLIAM LAWRENCE
He reported what a bricklayer, George Chapman, told him about police officers shooting.
CD 329, pp. 82-84

SMITH & STOVALL,
AAA Bail Bond Service, 106 N. Record, Dallas. Smith & Stovall listed as #17 on list of Dallas gamblers.
WC Vol 23, p. 166

SMOLIKOFF, CHARLES NELSON (AKA CHARLES SMALL)
DOB: 3/16/11. POB: Brooklyn, N.Y. Leader of American Communist group in Mexico. Owner of tourist type store selling silver jewelry and gifts.
WC Vol 24, p. 631; CD 1006; CIA 1120-422c

SMOLSKIY, MIKHAIL (AKA SMOLSKI)
Prominent engineer whose father, B. M. Smolskiy, was a well-known professor at the Institute of Energetics in Minsk and had acted as the Soviet principal in an exchange of professors and students between the Institute of Energetics and the University of Minnesota.
Legend, Epstein, note 7 on pg. 304 (note to page 134)

SMOTH,
= CIA cryptonym for MI-6
Inside the Company, Agee, p. 54

SMUKAR, RITA
Dallas accountant who handled Vegas Club records for Jack Ruby from 1958 to 1960.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1081

SNEED, JAMES C.
Wife: Sarah C. Sneed. His name and address on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SNEED, LARRY
Author

SNELL, JOSEPH
HSCA Vol 9, p. 419

SNETHLAGE, MARIA
Secretary of the Dutch Werkgroup Information Cuba, a Dutch information committee on Cuba composed of dissident Communists, Trotskyites, and Pacifists. Traveled to Cuba in January and May 1963. She mentioned "Mr. Lee." CIA thinks probably identical with Vincent Theodore Lee.
CIA 320-116

SNFE, ----- (SECOND NATIONAL FRONT OF ESCAMBRAY)
JFK Collection List, pg. 24 (AMKW 62); JFK Collection List, pg. 31 (AMKW 69)

SNIDER, (FNU)
Entertainer at Pat Morgan's, 206-1/2 Browder in October 1962. Jack Ruby "entertained" him.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1083

SNIDER, GLENN RAYE
Employed by Forrell Talent Agency in Phoenix as an agent. First met Jack Ruby when Snider entertained with a vocal group at Pat Martin's (now Montmarte's) in Dallas. Ruby convinced him to perform one night at the Carousel.
WC Vol 25, p. 373; CE 2392; CD 4, pp. 416-417

SNIDER, V. C.
CD 488(a)

SNOGA, PRESTON C.
With Irving Police Department. Badge #34.
CD 7, pp. 261-268

SNOW, CLYDE COLLINS (DR.)
Snow, Clyde Collins    HSC Testimony
HSCA Vol 4, pp. 366-368, 428; HSCA Vol 6, pp. 3, 32, 45

SNOW, LELAND
President of Snow Aeronautical Corporation, Olney, TX. He and other crop dusters (Chuck Rogers) were employed in Nicaraugua in 1953 and 1954. DOB: 5/31/30. POB: Brownsville, TX.
CD 301, pp. 316-320

SNOW, WILLIAM P.
State Department. Friend of Roy Rubottom.
MMF 2114

SNYDER, GEORGE
Records Bureau, Dallas Police Dept.
CE 1528; CD 4, pp. 697-700

SNYDER, LEMOYNE
Author - homicide investigation
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 99

SNYDER, LEON
Involved in scheme to sell photocopies of JFK death certificate.
CD 1520, pp. 1-2

SNYDER, LOUIS
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 149, 155

SNYDER, RICHARD EDWARD
Snyder, Richard Edward    WC Testimony    Foreign Service officer, stationed in the Embassy in the Soviet Union, 1959-61.
DOB: December 10, 1919. POB: Passaic, New Jersey. Applied to CIA June 1949. Hired November 8, 1949. Assigned to Tokyo. 201-748009. Was appointed Second Secretary at US Embassy in Moscow June 28, 1959. He was there when Oswald "renounced his American citizenship." He and Toumanoff from the American Embassy in Moscow monitored the Powers' U-2 Trial in August 1960. He answered LHO's letter of 3/12/61 on 3/24/61. Snyder's name appeared in Cherepanov Papers (MMF 1736). His name appeared in "Sammy" papers (MMF 1740).
Warren Report, pp. 262, 265, 277-278, 693-695, 701, 705-706, 747-748, 754-758; WC Vol 5, pp. 262, 265, 270, 272; Vol 18, pp. 08, 105, 109-110, 112, 160, 258; Vol 22, p. 24; CE 909; CE 914; CE 915; CE 919; CE 933; CE 938; CE 1084; CE 1085; CE 2685; CE 2756; CD 49, pp. 24-25; HSCA Report, pp. 209-210, 214-215; HSCA Vol 4, p. 3; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 367, 454-455, 459, 591, 626; "ONI", p. 145; CIA 609-786, p. 2; CIA 624-823; CIA 1273-1027; CIA Box 11, Folder 11 (MMF 1135-1137); CIA CI/R&A document dated June 25, 1973 (MMF 1736); CIA document dated 8 Sept 1964 (MMF 1740); LHO's INS File (MMF 1705); CIA JFK-104-10015-10004, Lifton's p. 7; Whitewash, Weisberg, pp. 229-230, 233-234; Mayday, Beschloss, p. 331; HSCA Reel 17, Box 11, Folder L (AMKW 12); HSCA Reel 48, Box 26, Folder G (AMKW 25)



SOBAKIN, NIKOLAY NIKOLAYEVICH

Was in the U.S. between April 1936 and May 191 to study radio, TV and sound production at RCA, Camden, New Jersey. A "Sobakin" was Party secretary at Minsk Radio Factory.
CIA 624-823

SOBELL, MORTON
"Committee on Un-American Activities, Report, Trial by Treason: The National Committee to Secure Justice for the Rosenbergs and Morton Sobell, Aug 25, 1956."
CD 1085a7, p. 10

SOBOLEVA, ELYA I. (ELLY)
Attended Leningrad pharmacy school with Marina. Became pharmacist but is studying microbiology in 1963.
WC Vol 16, pp. 147, 270; CE 31; CE 88; CE 89; CE 3140; CD 206, p. 190

SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY,
Dallas office of FBI investigated Socialist Workers Party and Communist Party during 1963. Did NOT investigate John Birch Society or Minutemen during 1963.
CD 1286

SOCORRO, (FNU)
On Sept 26, 196_, (FNU) Bucio of Sabena invited Kostikov to house of (FNU) Socorro.
CIA 87-564 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10288, Lifton's pp. 234-238)

SODERMAN,
Gun expert
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 100

SOKOLOV, ALEXANDRE (AKA ROBERT K. BALTCH, JAMES OLIVER JACKSON)
Espionage Establishment, Wise & Ross, p. 185

SOKOLOVSKAYA,
Played volley ball with Kostikov, et al., 11/23/63.
CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294, Lifton's pp. 257-260)

SOKOLOW, IRVING
Warren Report, p. 357

SOKOLOWSKI, ROMAN (AKA "BOBBY", ROBERT J. KAYE, ROBERT KAY)
DOB: 12/24/34. POB: Lwow, Poland. Employed at Falcom Automatic, Inc., 727 S. Campbell, Tucson, Arizona
CD 236, p. 1; CD 242, p. 1; CD 1021, p. 1; CD 1165

SOLES, CARLOS
Silvia Duran was questioned about him but claimed she did not know him.
CIA 508; CIA 404-750; CIA 559-243; CIA 1220-508


SOLES, CAROL J.
Silvia Duran was interrogated about her. Apparently Soles' car, a 1960 Fiat Multipla with TX plates KU 9495, was parked near Cuban Embassy.
CIA 68-554; CIA 404-750, p. 7; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10010; CIA JFK 104-10015-10065, Lifton's p. 66

SOLID STATE ELECTRONIC CO. OF TEXAS,
On Tuesday, October 8, 1963, Oswald was referred to Solid State as a possible job opportunity, by TEC. In 1995, there is no listing for them but there is a Solid State Systems, 2450 Channing Dr., Grand Prairie, TX 75052-3920 (214) 660-4560. (Note last three digits of 1963 and 1995 phone numbers: 560) May be the same company.
WC Vol 10, p. 131; WC Vol 11, p. 480; WC Vol 19, p. 400; CD 5, pp. 210, 214

SOLIDARISTS,
NTS = Russian Solidarists = National Union of the Working People. Objectives - abolish Communism and promote private enterprise. The Igor Voshinins were members. NTS had a representative in Washington, DC. Underground in Russia.
CD 205, p. 597

SOLIE, BRUCE L.
CIA officer with Office of Security. C/RB/SRS/OS. The CIA's "best mole-hunter". On October 28, 1967, he had Nosenko moved from Camp Peary to a small pleasant CIA safe house in a Washington suburb. He questioned Nosenko seven days a week until April 1969.
National Archives, OSW Box 6, Folder 24; CIA 1267-1032; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 521, 525, 527-531, 557; Plot to Kill the President, Blakey & Billings, pp. 121-122; Widows, Corson, pp. 36, 57, 59, 199-200, 235-236; Deception, Epstein, 294; Cold Warrior, Mangold, pp. 75, 78, 194-199; Wilderness of Mirrors, Martin, pp. 174-176; Molehunt, Wise, pp. 69-70, 154-156, 190-191

SOLIS, DANIEL
Cozumel policeman. Reinterviewed. Talked about Rojas aka Villaneuva. Re: Eladio Ylario Rojas.
CE 2949; CD 655; CIA 475-191A; CIA 485-194; CIA 486-195; CIA 497-202; CIA 542-233 (MMF 1554); CIA 544-234; CIA 549-236 (MMF 1987-1988); CIA 551-239 (MMF 1992-1993); CIA 558-244 (MMF 2019); CIA 1544-457

SOLIS GARCIA, SANTIAGO ARMANDO
Suspected by WH Desk officers (CIA) to be the "unidentified" frogman AMMUG-1 had reported was in Guatemala. AMMUG-1 did not recognize the name SOLIS Garcia.
CIA Box 7, Folder 10, Doc 03051 (MMF 93)

SOLO, ----- (ALIAS OF MORRIS CHILDS)
Joined Communist Party in 1920's. Editor Daily Worker. Recruited by FBI between 1951 and 1954. Code-named "Solo". J. Edgar Hoover sent him to Cuba. His brother Jack Childs died Aug. 12, 1980, in Hampton Bay, NY. Morris Childs' whereabouts unknown. (Morris Childs is deceased by March 31, 1995.)
The FBI & Martin Luther King, Jr., Garrow (35-40, 86, 239-240); ABC Hoover Documentary; New York Times, Friday, March 31, 1995, p. A-13

SOLOMON, ELMER RAY
Owner of Sol's Turf Bar, 1517 Commerce, Dallas, TX (214) RI 7-1796 Listed as a Dallas gambler. Saw Jack Ruby at the Turf Bar at 1:30 p.m. on 11/23/63. He had Carousel Club pass #142.
CD 4, p. 484; CD 105, p. 325; CD 1102; CD 1185; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1100; Dallas Times Herald, Friday, October 7, 1977, p. 14-A

SOLOMAN, JAMES MAURICE (CAPT.)
Solomon, James Maurice    WC Testimony    Captain, Dallas Police Department.
Deceased in 1998.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 141

SOLON, JOHN J.
Solon, John J.    January 6, 1964, FBI report    Witness at assassination scene
Wife: Carmen M. Solon. Attorney standing on north steps of old courthouse. Witnessed assassination. Heard shots that killed JFK and said they were fired more rapidly than 5-1/2 seconds. Office: 2600 Flora St., Suite 105, Dallas, TX
WC Vol 24, p. 535; CE 2105; CD 329, pp. 32-36

SOLORZANO, ALFONSO
HSCA Vol 3, p. 303

SOLORZANO, CARLOS
HSCA Vol 3, p. 303

SOLOVASTEV, PAVEL
Could this be Golovachov? In Hunter Report; Item 62L11A0606 in HTLINGUAL records from Marina Oswald to Pavel Solovastev.
CIA 1590-1119; CIA 1593-1121-A; CIA 1614-1122-T; CIA 1623-1125-C

SOLOVEY, PAVEL
201-174813. Inturist representative in Stockholm in February 1964.
CIA Box 6, Folder 16 (MMF 883)

SOLOW, LAWRENCE
Solow and Gordon Novel were partners in the New Orleans night spot, the Jamaican Village, before Novel fled New Orleans.
Plot or Politics, James, p. 164

SOLTES, MAURY DR.
DOB: 12/29/30. POB: Dallas, TX. DOD: 9/6/66. POD: Potomac, MD. Died of leukemia at age 35. SAIC Gordon Shanklin wrote Hoover on 12/22/63 that Dr. Maury Soltes made arrangements for FBI SA to wait at Lee Harvey Oswald's bedside in event there was a confession. Is he the doctor who accompanied Vincent Drain on 11/22/63? (Vol 18, p. 795) Wife: Beverly. Son is Dr. Charles Soltes. Dr. Richard Soltes, 3434 Swiss Ave., Dallas, TX 75204, (214) 827-8324 is a nephew of Dr. Maury Soltes
CD 206, p. 196; FBI 105-82555-1107; (?) See WC Vol 18, p. 795

SOLTES, WILLIAM
Professional bail bondsman.
CD 86, p. 221

SOME OF IT WAS FUN: WORKING WITH RFK AND LBJ
by Katzenbach, Nicholas deB.
Publisher:           W.W. Norton, 2008
ISBN:         978-0-393-06725-5

SOMERSETT, WILLIE
The "informant" in the Miami tape transcript (Milteer tape). Somersett probably worked for both the Miami police and for the FBI. Deceased (?)
HSCA Report, pp. 232-233; HSCA Vol 1, pp. 115, 118; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 447-450; HSCA Vol 6, p. 243

SOMMER, CHARLES G.
Assistant Director, Visa Office, Department of State.
LHO's INS file (MMF 1597-1598)

SOMOFF, VERA
An American of Austrian origin. She traveled to Haiti in November 1964 and stayed for a few days in George and Jeanne deMohrenschildt's home, the Villa Valbrune, Port-au-Prince. The deMohrenschildts received mail with the return address: "V. Somoff, 11 East 63rd Street, New York 21, New York" postmarked October 16, 1964. Another piece of mail with same return address was postmarked 3 December 1964.
CIA 124-10135-10123; CIA 100-32965-306, pp. 3-4, 12, 20; NW 381-3, 381-4 381-12, 381-20.

SOMOZA, ANASTASIO (GENERAL)
Among Alexander Rorke's possessions was a photograph showing Rorke in the company of President Somoza of Nicaragua.
HSCA Vol 10, p. 68; MMF 2145; MMF 2147

SOMOZA, LUIS
HSCA Vol 9, p. 176; HSCA Vol 10, p. 99

SOOTER, WOODROW WILSON
Member of the John Birch Society. Worked in the Post Office. Alleged to have made a statement that there would be "an incident during parade November 22nd." In 1969, he retired and moved to Quitman, TX. (P.O. Box 486, Quitman)
CD 301, pp. 284-285

SORENSEN, THEODORE CHAIKIN
DOB: 5/8/28. POB: Lincoln, Nebraska. Attorney with Paul, Weiss, Rifking, Wharton & Garrison, 345 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022 (212) 644-8000
Dallas Times Herald, 11/23/63, p. 2

SORIA PEREZ, JOSE
Alleged he associated with LHO.
CD 385, pp. 149-161

SORIANO, EMILIANO (DR.)
27 and 29 Oct 62, Kostikov gets appointment for his wife with Dr. Soviano who frequently used by Sovs.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080, p. 2 and JFK 104-10015-10288, Lifton's pp. 234-238 (originally released as CIA 87-564)

SORRELS, FORREST VERNON
Sorrels, Forrest V.    WC Testimony 1, 2, affidavit    Agent, U.S. Secret Service.
Wife: Agnes. Head of Dallas Secret Service in 1963. In 1993, he is in a nursing home in Dallas. DOB: 9/16/01. POB: Bogata, TX. DOD: 11/6/93. POD: Doctors Nursing Home, Walnut Hill Rd., Dallas. Survived by wife: Agnes; daughters: Grace Sorrels of Dallas, Susan Dennis of Fullerton, CA, Sandra Edmunds of Tulsa, OK; son: Charles Sorrels of Texas. Burial at Stewart Cemetery near Henderson, TX.
Warren Report, pp. 29, 31-32, 39, 43, 52, 146, 191-193, 422, 424, 428; WC Vol 7, p. 345; CD 87, SS 203, DTR-00394; CD 1043; Sorrels Exhibits; HSCA Report, pp. 163-164, 233, 637; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 325-326, 331, 393, 455; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 580-581; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 137-138, 140, 1120; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 516-518, 521-527; Witnesses, pp. 510, 615; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 30, 95-96, 176, 181, 205; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 71, 152; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 65-66; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 20; Farewell America, Hepburn, p. 301

SOSA Y CHABAU, EUGENIO DE (DR.)
Arrested in Cuba over the Christmas holidays 1959. Bill Pawley identified Sosa for CIA.
MMF 2094

SOTO VASQUEZ, ANTONIO
See also Antonio Soto VASQUEZ.
HSCA Reel 56, Box 32, Folder C, D (AMKW 32)

SOTUS ROMERO, JORGE ENRIQUE (AKA JORGE SOTO, S. ROMERO, AND COMMANDER JORGE)
Cuban resident of Miami. Smuggled arms to Castro prior to 1/1/59.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 590

SOUETRE, JEAN RENE (AKA MICHEL ROUX, MICHAEL HERTZ)
Re: Souetre's expulsion from U.S. at Ft. Worth-Dallas 18 hours after assassination to either Canada or Mexico. Believed to be member of OAS.
CIA 632-796; Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy & Ricci, p. 441; Crossfire, Marrs, pp. 203-208; Destiny Betryed, DiEugenio, p. 372; Final Judgment, Piper, pp. 151, 192, 230-231, 234; First Hand Knowledge, Morrow, 167, 170, 174, 188, 191; The Great Heroin Coup, Kruger, pp. 21, 95-96; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 557-563

SOURCE, (OF CIA)
"Source" gave tip re Robert Nieto and Chicom plot. FBI insisted on talking to "source." CIA refused. CIA 357-72 indicates source is a female in Nassau (as of December 9, 1963) but would be returning to Cuba. CIA 362-146 probably refers to same source but does not specify gender but calls source a "Western diplomat."
CIA 357-72; CIA 362-146

SOURWINE, JULIEN GOODE "JAY"
DOB: 1908. POB: Reno, NV. For many years head of Senate Internal Security Subcommittee of the Judiciary Committee seeking to uncover subversion and Communism. Was involved in financing operation which became known as Bayo-Pawley raid. Died in Reno June 24, 1986, at age 78.
CIA Box 6, Folder 12, Doc 02989 (MMF 334); HSCA Vol 11, pp. 64-66, 176-178; New York Times, Tuesday, July 22, 1986, p. 11

SOUTER, JAMES M. (CAPTAIN)
Dallas Police Department Captain assigned to Market Hall 11/22/63.
WC Vol 23, p. 855; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 206

SOUTHERLAND, M. A. (SGT.)
Assistant Chief, Records Bureau, Dallas Police Department.
CE 1608; CD 86, p. 546

SOUTHERN RESEARCH CORPORATION
HSCA Reel 58, Box 33, Folder B (AMKW 32)
SOUTHLAND HOTEL

SOVEREIGN CLUB
Jack Ruby operated the Sovereign Club as a private club. In 1959 or 1960, Jack Ruby changed the name to Carousel Club and converted it to a public club.
CD 4, pp. 284-285, 351

SOVIET, TRAINING LOCATIONS
CIA 826-430

SOVIET DELEGATONS, TO UNITED KINGDOM
CIA Chief of Western Europe attached a list of visas granted to members of Soviet Delegations wishing to visit the United Kingdom.
CIA 1198-1069 (MMF 2201)

SOVIET EMBASSY, AND CONSULATE (MEXICO)
Re photographic and electronic coverage by CIA. On 18 Feb 1965, Winston Scott asked Chief, WH Division, if they could erase the reels covering the Soviet and Cuban Embassies during period 22 Nov 1963 through 13 Dec 1963 or if they should be sent to Headquarters for retention.
CIA Box ___, Folder 19 (MMF 2); CIA Box 7, Folder 25 (MMF 6-48); CIA 992-936, CIA Box 13, Folder 53 (MMF 1420-1421); CIA 26-8 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10315, Lifton's pp. 302-304)

SOVIET PRESS REACTION, TO JFK ASSASSINATION
Re Soviet use of assassination and kidnapping. Soviet brainwashing.
CIA 569-255; CIA 570-254; CIA 576-253; CIA 742-318; CIA 743-198; CIA 750-322; CIA 826-430

SOVIETS,
CIA memo for the record March 3, 1964: 4. "...paper on assassination...for background...and did not indicate our belief the [JFK's assassination] was a Soviet operation." CIA didn't trust FBI re Soviets.
CIA 571-254A; CIA 583-814

SOVIET UNION

SOZA, MARIA
She and Archie Esquivel are dancers.
CD 104, p. 170

SPAGNOLI, JOSEPH
31 yrs old. Abraham Bolden was convicted of attempting to sell government information to Spagnoli.
CD 1112

SPAHR, EDWARD J.
LHO's noncommissioned officer at El Toro. When interviewed by NYT on 12/11/63, Spahr "...said that Oswald 'was my personal problem' during that time. [El Toro] Not even his mother knew him like I did," said Mr. Spahr, who has been in the Marine Corps 22 years. "Although he gave a lengthy statement to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about Oswald, he declined to give specifics to a reporter."
New York Times, 12/11/63

SPAIN
"Voice of Spain" article.
CD 913, pp. 240-251

SPALDING, FRANCIS L.
Councellor of Embassy and First Secretary in Ciudad Trujillo.
MMF 2278

SPANGLER, EDWARD
HSCA Report, p. 22

SPANGLER, GRADY
Accountant, 1000-1002 Main St., Rm 430, (Fidelity Bldg., corner Main and Poydras) Dallas, TX. His name and address appeared on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SPANISH,
Translation from Russian and Spanish
CD 897, pp. 307-308

SPARKMAN, JACK
CE 2811; CD 23, pp. 5-6

SPARKS, PAUL
A pilot placed on "blacklist" by U.S. Government.
Miami Herald, May 27, 1960

SPARROW, JOHN

SPARY, NORMAN
Marguerite Oswald said a $.35 phone call was charged to her Fort Worth phone PE 7-7677 at 9:40 p.m., 11/22/63, from Sparry, RI 9-9926, Dallas. Mrs. Oswald determined this to be Shaw & Estes, 1407 S. Akard. They denied. Their number was RI 1-4924.
CD 329, pp. 169-170

SPEAKER, SANDY

SPEARS, G. R.
Dallas policeman.
CE 2038

SPECHT, UDO H. "WOODY"
Attorney for FBI who took Bob Gemberling's place in charge of JFK case when Gemberling retired. Graduate of UT Austin. Practicing law with Shaw & Lemon in 1995.

SPECIAL GROUP
Beginning in 1955, a subcommittee of the National Security Council, composed of the President's Assistant for National Security Affairs, the Director of Central Intelligence, the Deputy Secretary of Defense and the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs. In 1964, the name of the Special Group became the 303 Committee. In 1970, this group became known as the 40 Committee, and its membership was expanded to include the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. (In June 1963, "Special Group" decided to step up covert action against Cuba.)
Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 10

SPECK STHAMER, RICHARD HANS
On September 26, 1963, he was issued FM-17 No. 648799. (FM-17 was for Mexican Nationals.)
WC Vol 24, p. 616

SPECKER, STANLEY W.
CIA EE/P on Aug 2, 1962. Re: AMKIRK-1 and LICOOKY-1.

CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10014, p. 69



SPECTER, ARLEN

Specter, Arlen    HSC Testimony    Warren Commission Counsel
Assistant Counsel, Warren Commission. Put forth "single bullet" theory.
CD 1517; HSCA Vol 1, pp. 257-260, 440; HSCA Vol 8, pp. 200, 204-205, 211, 216-217; HSCA Vol 12, p. 11; Whitewash I,Weisberg, pp. 31-35, 302-210, 320, 324-325, 328; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 12-14, 20, 82; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 3, 11, 13, 20-22, 43, 59, 63, 65-67, 70, 2-93, 95, 97-101, 105, 121
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgq83rnDAyU&feature=related

SPECTER, SHANIN
HSCA Report, p. 500

SPECTOR, WILLIAM
Former intelligence agent for Army. Served as U.S. liasison to former King of Rumania during World War II. First husband of Patricia Richardson (1969) (associate of Christian David).
The Denver Post, Apr 10, 1981; Spooks, Hougan, pp. 216-225, 231n., 459; ParaPolitics #2, "CIA Exposing Feeney"

SPEDALE, PHILIP C.
Owned Crescent Gun Store. Advised that their range was located off Ames Blvd., West Bank, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, and was restricted exclusively to members. To best of his knowledge, LHO had never been in his place of business.
CD 75, p. 340

SPEECE, MARJORIE
201-325837. Active National member of Fair Play for Cuba Committee. Alleged to have co-habited with Vincent Theodore Lee. "Member of several Communist Front organizations."
Secret Service Report dated 11/25/63 furnished to CIA.

SPEISER, LAWRENCE
(AARC has a 1-pg FBI document on him.)
JFK Collection List, pg. 29 (AMKW 67)

SPELL, MILTON HOLTZMAN
January 1963, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Spell visit her parents in Taylor, Michigan. January 1963 to Feb. 15, 1963, take vacation in Rio de Janiero. June/July 1963, drive from Roanoke, TX, to Vicksburg, Mississippi, Omaha, Nebraska, Greeley, Colorado, and arrive in Denver July 31, 1963.
CD 19, pp. 23-26

SPENCER, DAN
At Sportsdrome Gun Range with his brother Gerald in Nov. 1963.
CE 2924; CD 205, pp. 109, 111; Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SPENCER, GERALD
Employee of Sealed Power Corp., 2919 Canton, Dallas, TX. Wife: Vera V. Spencer. At Sportsdrome Gun Range in Nov. 1963, with his brother Dan.
CE 2923; CD 205, pp. 109, 110; Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

SPENCER, JOHN

SPENCER, MARY
Dallas Police Department, Special Reports Section. Re: Abrams, Doyle and Gedney.
89A-DL-60165-62 (MMF 2496)

SPENSER, SAUNDRA K.
Spencer, Saundra    ARRB Deposition
She worked at the Naval Photographic Center in 1963. In 1997, the ARRB located Spencer and she was shown the archives' autopsy photos and she concluded they were not the pictures she had helped process.
Fri., July 31, 1998, Associated Press story by Deb Riechmann, AP writer; Sun., August 2, 1998, Washington Post, by George Lardner, "Gaps in Kennedy Autopsy Files Detailed," p. A-04.

SPIEGEL, JULES ERNEST
Furnished film of Presidential motorcade to DCA.
CD 1066, pp. 8, 33

SPIESEL, CHARLES

SPINDEL BERNARD R 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (263)

SPINNING, ROBERT E.
A pilot placed on "blacklist" by U.S. Government.
Miami Herald, May 27, 1960

SPITZ, WERNER U.

SPIVEY, KENNETH WAYNE
Alleged to be homosexual friend of Jack Ruby. Spivey denied it.
WC Vol 22, pp. 880, 917; CE 1458; CE 1499; CD 105, p. 217; Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, p. 444

SPORTS DROME RIFLE RANGE
http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/textsearch/advancedResults.do
http://www.jfk-online.com/oswaldrifle.html
http://www.acorn.net/jfkplace/03/JA/DR/.DR1/.Orig/.dr29.txt

SPRAGER, HART G.
U.S. Information Agency in D.C. His father, Sam O. Sprager, was in Botkinkaya Hospital in Moscow just prior to LHO's stay there.
CD 1448; CD 1451

SPRAGUE, RICHARD A.
First Chief Counsel to HSCA.
HSCA Report, p. 494

SPRANGER, SAM O.
Wife: Evelyn Retired engineer. Believed to have been hospitalized at the Botkinakaya Hospital in Moscow 21 Oct to 28 Oct 1959 when LHO was there. Stayed at Metropole Hotel in Moscow as guest of a Moscow building company in September 1959. Taken to Botkinkaya Hospital with flu. Discharged in October. Did not know LHO.
CD 1448; CD 1451; CIA 1555-1114

SPRINGER, EVA
Dean Andrews' secretary.
Andrews' secretary confirmed the major aspects of Andrews' story, saying he had called her on the 23rd and said that Bertrand had contacted him about representing Oswald.
WC Vol 26, p. 357; CE 2901; CD 126, p. 36; Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, p. 374; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, pp. 121, 123-124, 136-137; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 273; Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, pp. 129-130
http://www.maryferrell.org/mffweb/archive/viewer/showDoc.do?absPageId=515315

SPRINGER, GERALD K.
Patrolman with Dallas Police.
CE 2030; CD 85, pp. 220-221

SPRINGER, PEARL (MRS.)
Springer, Pearl    December 5, 1963, FBI report    Witness at assassination scene
Employed on 3rd floor Dal-Tex Bldg., by Miller & Randazzo. Was standing 50' south of Elm on east side of Houston at 12:30 11/22/63. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 24, p. 523; CE 2086; CE 2087; CD 7, pp. 24, 26

SPRINGFIELD, LOUIS L.
Sales Representative for Ashley Table & Furniture Corp., 666 N. Lakeshore, Chicago, IL. WH 4-1667. Gunnery Sergeant, U.S. Marine Reserves, Naval Air Station, Dallas, TX. Intelligence Chief.
CD 7, pp. 663-667

SPY SCHOOL, (IN MINSK)
CIA had one report on a spy school located in Minsk. Probably MVD training school.
CIA 17-525

ST. CHARLES
Name and phone number in notebook Crafard kept for Jack Ruby. "Give to Mike Shore only."
WC Vol 19, p. 64; CD 4, p. 496

ST. GEORGE, ANDREW
Free-lance writer who came to U.S. during Hungarian uprising of 1956. Close friend of Mitch WerBell. Gave FBI information about Jose Pardo Llada of Cali, Colombia, South America.
CD 49, p. 28; Secret Agenda, Hougan, p. 215; Yankee and Cowboy War, Oglesby, pp. 17, 20-24, 280; The Man Who Kept Secrets, Powers, pp. 470-471; Government by Gunplay, Blumenthal, pp. 99, 118; American Police State, Wise, p. 178

ST. JACQUES, DAVID JOSEPH
Arrested in Mexico City in 1962 during JFK's visit.
CD 1107, pp. 867-873; CIA 449-183A, p. 17 (unnamed)

ST. NICHOLAS, RUSSIAN ORTHODOX PARISH
Often referred to as the "Bouhe group." Father Alexis, Orthodox priest from Houston, visits the group every five or six weeks. They had no church building but met in individual homes.
CD 205, p. 593

ST. SERAPHIM, EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH
Bishop Dimitri Royster. Members: George W. Allman, Eva Berbary, Bogarts (from Ft. Worth), Mrs. Olga Day Hanna, Walter R. Hewell, James Lackey, Abe Salih, Rex Basil Wagoner. Marina told Mrs. Gravitis she had June baptized at St. Serafim.
CE 1957-A; CE 1957-B; CD 205, pp. 593, 610; CD 1099a; CD 1099b; CD 1347, pp. 127-133

STACHEL, JACK
Communist Party leader.
CD 1085E1, p. 8

STACY, J. R.
Re: Oswald in jail
CE 1999; CD 1444

STACY, JAMES OLIVER
Gunsmith for Moore & Carpenter, 325 N. Akard St., Dallas, TX. prior to March 1963. DOB: 7/9/33. POB: Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Wife: Anna R. Stacy. Air Force Serial # 25422419. Denied saying he fixed gunsight on LHO's rifle.
CD 329, pp. 46

STADELHOFER
Swiss Ambassador to Cuba? U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland?
CD 1081; CD 1114-I-1, p. 1

STAFFELD, AL
HSCA Report, p. 168; HSCA Vol 3, p. 485; HSCA Vol 9, p. 74

STAFFORD, HAROLD J.
Wife: Bartlette A. Stafford. Regional Attorney, Dept of HEW, 1114 Commerce St., Rm 901, Dallas, TX. Advised that one of programs of Social Security was providing financial assistance to US citizens who return from a foreign country and are without available resources.
CD 75, p. 461

STAFFORD, JEAN
Author of "A Mother in History"
HSCA Vol 9, p. 96

STAHLMAN
WC Vol 26, pp. 407-408

STALAKER, JIM
Employee of Las Vegas Sun
CD 139, p. 3

STALIN, JOSEF
HSCA Vol 3, p. 190; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 154

STALIN, SVETLANA
HSCA Vol 12, p. 249

STALLINGS, HERBERT K.
Special Agent, FBI.
CD 47, p. 27

STANDARD, JAMES N.
Reporter with Oklahoma Publishing Company. Was in Dallas Police Station 11/24/63. Entered through "alley way." Saw no one else enter this way.
WC Vol 24, p. 475; WC Vol 26, p. 326; CE 2057; CE 2874; CD 85, p. 521

STANDARD, MICHAEL
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 126-127, 158, 172, 178

STANDARD COFFEE COMPANY,
"Standard Coffee Company is the 'house to house sales branch' of the Wm. B. Reily, & Co., Inc." Re Wm. I. Monaghan, Vice President-Finance, Wm. B. Reily. General offices were at 640 Magazine and retail department was at 725 Magazine St. Lee Oswald worked for Standard from Friday, May 10, 1963 and Thursday, May 16, 1963 (five work days).
WC Vol 23, p. 697

STANDARD OIL,
Cajigas sought the backing of Standard Oil in 1960.
MMF 2092

STANDIFER, ROY E.
Standifer, Roy E.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police Department Detective. Related Jack Ruby's inquiry for Joe Cody 10/21/63. Re: safe.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1099

STANDRIDGE, RUTH JEANETTE
Standridge, Ruth Jeanette    WC Testimony    Head nurse of operating rooms, Parkland Hospital.
Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 287

STANDT, MORTON (DR.)
CE 2841; CE 3151; CD 856, p. 100; CD 1348, pp. 10-31

STANFIELD, DENMAN
Acting Chief, Protection and Representation Division, Department of State.
CD 87, SS 182, p. 1

STANFORD, JOHN WILLIAM, JR.
38 yrs old in 1963. Executive Secretary of Communist Party in Texas. His attorney was Joseph Forer. (See Mrs. Rosalie Uniquizo) Allegedly had "definite information that Lee Harvey Oswald was an agent of the Central Intelligence Agency."
CD 320 SS 951, pp. 29-30; Dallas Morning News, Sept 27, 1963, p. A-5; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 83-84; MMF 1943-1944

STANJOVIC, CASLOV
DOB: 6/13/28. POB: Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Entered US 10/22/61 on a one year's visitor's visa and decided to stay. Former "contact" of Detroit CIA field office. Dropped at request of EE/YA (?) some time ago (this was Dec 1, 1963). He reported Nadine Bestougeff to CIA on 11/22/63 as possibly involved in assassination. Professor of Mathematics, University of Detroit. 35 yrs old. 5' 8". 155 lbs. Brown hair, blue eyes. (Probably same as Stanojevic)
CD 372 (SS 854; SS 871; SS 945); CIA 288-692

STANLEY, CARL JOHN (AKA CHRISTOPHER MARIA)
Operated a Diploma Mill - Ecclesiastical Mill. David Ferrie and Jack Martin made trip to Louisville re Stanley.
CD 75, p. 293; HSCA Vol 10, p. 116

STANLEY, CHARLES
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 484-485

STANLEY, DON
Part owner with John Adema of S & A Plumbing & Heating Shop.
CD 301, pp. 47-57

STANLEY, K. C.
While the deMohrenschildts were in Haiti, they received mail with the return address: "K. C. Stanley, 269 Willow Avenue, Garwood, New Jersey" postmarked 12 November 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, p. 17; NW 381-17

STANOJEVIC, CASLOV
Professor of Mathematics, University of Detroit. 35 yrs old. 5' 8". 155 lbs. Brown hair, blue eyes. Re: Nadine Bestougeff. (See Stanjovic)
CD 372 (SS 854; SS 871; SS 945)

STANSBERY, JOYCE MAURINE (MRS. E. E. STANSBERY)
Employee of American Book Company in TSBD. Was standing on Elm at 12:30 p.m., 11/22/63 and witnessed assassination. DOB: 11/14/20
WC Vol 22, p. 674; Six Seconds in Dallas, Thompson, p. 271

STANTON, HENRY
Vice President and Treasurer, McKell's Sportswear, Inc., second floor, Dal-Tex Bldg., 501 Elm, Dallas, TX. Wife: Sonja Stanton

STANTON, HENRY H.
Manufacturers Representative, McKell's Sportswear, Inc., second floor, Dal-Tex Bldg., 501 Elm, Dallas, TX Wife: Ruby

STANTON, SARH D.
TSBD Clerk. Standing on steps of TSBD at 12:30 pm, 11/22/63. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 675; CE 1381; CD 706(hhh)

STAPLES, ALBERT FRANKLIN (DR.)
Staples, Albert F.    Affidavit    Dentist at Baylor University College of Dentistry.
Head of Department of Oral Surgery, Baylor University College of Dentistry, 800 Hall St., Dallas.
CD 205, pp. 721-723

STAPLES, LOU

STARKS, WILLIAM M.
Patrolman, Dallas Police Dept.
CE 2336; CD 1338, pp. 1-6

STARLIN, C. A. (MRS. NINEY STARLIN)
Sent telegram to Turner Ballard, 1420 Savoy St., Dallas, TX at 1:10 pm 11/22/63 with message "Thank God. Did you do it?"
CD 301, pp. 14, 18, 19

STARNES, RICHARD
Writer for New York World Telegram & Sun
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 13, 146-147, 155, 158

STARR, JACK
Owner of Jack Starr's Show Bar "located west of Dallas" in 1948.
WC Vol 22, p. 891

STARR, ROBERT (AKA ROBERT PERRIN)
Husband of Nancy Perrin (Rich).
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1083

STASHYNSKY, BOGDAN N. (AKA SIEGFRIED DRAGER)
In 1957, he killed Ukrainian emigre writer Lev Rebet in Munich. In 1959, he killed Stepan Bandera. Senator Thomas Dodd traveled to Germany in April 1964 to interview Stashynsky. "...a Soviet defector, convicted murderer and self-confessed ex-member of a KGB eimgre killer squad."
CD 1552a, pp. 3-4, 11, 15-22; The Russian Fascists, Stephan, p. 367; Espionage Establishment, Wise & Ross, pp. 55-56; Secret War for Europe, p. 123; Famous Soviet Spies, p. 101

STASS, FRANK JOSEPH
Stass, Frank Joseph    Shaw preliminary hearing testimony    Registrar, Loyola University

STASSI, JOSEPH
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 351, 382

STATE CAFE,
Telephone call made to above number for Attorney Joe Mc______ on 11/24/63 from RI 8-9711 (Dallas Police & Courts Bldg.)
CE 2317; CD 1404

STATE DEPARTMENT
Questions to CIA
CIA 1162-432-M

STATE DEPARTMENT

STATMAN, IRVING
Statman, Irving    WC Testimony    Assistant District Director of Dallas District, Texas Employment Commission.
With Texas Employment Commission when Oswald applied in October 1963.
WC Vol 10, pp. 149-160

STATNI TAJNA BEZPECNOST, ----- (STB)
The Czechoslovakian intelligence service.
Orchids for Mother, Aaron Latham, p. 155

STAWINSKI, WOJCIECH
DOB: 15 November 1939; POB: Warsaw, Poland. A Polish national who claimed in August 1964 that he had just arrived in Haiti from Venezuela. Carried Official Polish Passport number FA 0011996 which expired 6 July 1965. As a guest of Galicki, he travelled on boat jointly owned by deMohrenschildt and McElhannon, to Arcadin Islands on August 9, 1964. Stawinski was approximately 27 years old and spoke good English but no French. He dined with the deMohrenschildts on August 11 and August 13, 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, pp. 7, 8, 25; NW 381-7, 8, 25

STEAGELL, MILDRED (MRS.)
Thought General Edwin Walker was behind assassination.
CD 7, p. 680

STEAKLEY, RALPH D. (COL.)
Met with the 303 Committee on 30 July 1964 in Situation Room at White House when attempted assassination of Castro was discussed.
Inspector General's Report of 1967, p. 115

STEEL, PEGGY
Name and number in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 75

STEELE, CHARLES HALL, JR
Steele, Charles Hall, Jr.    WC Testimony    Resident of New Orleans who assisted Oswald in distribution of handbills.
DOB: 11/5/43. Helped LHO distribute FPCC handbills on 8/16/63. LHO told Steele that the handbills originated at Tulane.
WC Vol 10, pp. 62-71; WC Vol 26, pp. 705, 772-773; CE 2546; CE 3094, p. 467; CE 3119; CD 75, p. 267; CD 87 SS 200, pp. 1, 41

STEELE, CHARLES HALL, SR.
Steele, Charles Hall, Sr.    WC Testimony    Father of Charles Hall Steele, Jr.
Deputy Civil Sheriff for Orleans Parish. A Major in the 39th Division of the Louisiana National Guard. In November 1963, he was a candidate for Democratic State Central Committee in the "coming election." Father of Charles Steele, Jr., who assisted LHO in distributing literature.
CD 75, p. 269

STEELE, DON FRANCIS
Steele, Don Francis    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.

STEELE, ROBERT
Brother of Mrs. Margaret Kathryn Hoover.
CD 53, pp. 6-7; "ONI", pp. 196-197

STEENSON, MARION T.
CE 2493; CD 4, p. 709

STEFAN, JOSEPH
CE 1589; CD 86, p. 464

STEIG, EDWIN L.
Attended meeting of Student Directorate of cuba on a Sunday evening in October 1963. Is this same meeting Gen. Walker attended?
CD 205, p. 646; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, p. 47

STEIN, JERRY PHILIP
Jack S. Martin called Stein at 10:00 am, 11/24/63 intending to reach Stein's former roommate, Herman Kohlman, who had been a New Orleans Times Picayune reporter. By 11/24/63, Kohlman was an Assistant District Attorney for the Parish of Orleans. Martin told Stein about connections between LHO and David Ferrie. Stein was an employee of Walker-Saucy Advertising Company in New Orleans.
CD 75, pp. 217-218, 298, 300-301; CD 87 SS 61, p. 1; CD 87 SS 620, pp. 1-2; HSCA, Vol 10, p. 114

STEIN, JOSEPH
Owner First National Mortgage Company, Chicago. Associate of Chicago Mafia. Traveled to Dallas 11/19/63.
CD 4, p. 256

STEIN, LISA
Interviewer with Radio in Ameican Sector (RIAS) in West Germany. In March 1955, she was fed poisoned candy. She was to have been kidnapped. Plot failed.
CD 1552a, pp. 22-23


STEINBERG, CONSTANCE BEVERLY (NEE WAKEFIELD)
Re Chicago residents involved with trips to Kalamazoo, Michigan.
CD 914, pp. 51-62; CD 1066, pp. 58-66

STEMBRIDGE, SIDNEY
HSCA Vol 4, pp. 47-48

STEMBRIDGE, VERNIE (DR.)
HSCA Vol 7, pp. 151-152, 158, 162

STEPHENS, IVAN R.
Detective with Dallas Police Dept.
CE 2031; CD 85, p. 224
 
STEPHENS, MARY
Civilian Supervisor, Dallas Police Depatment, Dallas, Texas, Reports Division, 106 North Harwood, Dallas, TX, in 1992. Re: Abrams, Doyle and Gedney.
89A-DL-60165-62 (MMF 2496); 89A-DL-60165-69 (MMF 2529)

STEPHENS, RICHARD H.
Second Secretary for Economic Affairs in U.S. Embassy in Ciudad Trujillo.
MMF 2278

STEPHENSON, ELTON L. (REV.)
Chaplain, Methodist Hospital, Houston, TX. Turned over to FBI three $1.00 bills that had been defaced.
CD 1184

STEPPIN, MATTHEWS
Miami lawyer who claimed to represent the No. 1 Republican figure in Florida (in 1960) was involved in plan to invade Cuba and was "throwing names around." Friend of Pawley.
MMF 2089

STERLING, CARLOS MARQUEZ (DR.) (MARCUS STERLING ?)
Leader of Free Cuba Patriotic Movement. Sterling was a cousin of Mario Lazo, the author. He claimed Jack Ruby met Praskin in Havana.
WC Vol 22, p. 864; CD 812, pp. 1-26; Daggar in the Heart, Lazo; The Losers, Paul Bethel; MMF 2088; MMF 2231; MMF 2269

STERN, ALFRED K.
Wife: Martha Dodd Stern. Alfred and Martha were Americans who lived in Prague and supported Communist causes. Stern was a "red spy" in 1966 and was training black revolutionaries in Czechoslovakia and occasionally went to Moscow. Stern was an uncle of Edgar B. Stern, 521 Royal, New Orleans, LA. Stern was father of Alfred Rosenwald Stern who, in 1963, was Vice President of NBC Television.
CD 294, pp. 1-2

STERN, BELLE F. (MRS. HARRY S. STERN) (NEE MILLER)
Daughter of the late Meyer Miller and Bertha Muskowitz Miller. Mrs. Stern's grandmother and Jack Ruby's grandmother were sisters. (Bertha Miller was a niece of Fannie Rubenstein, Ruby's mother.)
CE 1701; CD 1311; CD 1348, pp. 71-72

STERN, CHARLES A. (DR.)
Public Health Service Hospital, New Orleans, LA. On 11/25/63, he said no doctor named Hidell had ever been employed there.

WC Vol 24, p. 429; CE 2012; CD 75, pp. 458-459



STERN, SAMUEL A.

Warren Commission Counsel.
HSCA Vol 4, p. 231; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 503, 536; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 15, 63, 268, 318, 492-493, 522; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 3, 11, 13, 21, 35, 105-106

STEUART, ROBERT
Wife: Johnnie V. Special Agent, Secret Service. Asked Mrs. Lillian L. Rhyan, Clerk in Dallas office, to call New Orleans at 1:10 p.m., 11/22/63, re Jack W. Martin of Goldonna, LA.
CE 1024; CE 2003, p. 301; CE 3119; CD 87 SS 451, p. 1; CD 407, p. 4; CD 1095; HSCA Vol 11, p. 516

STEVENS, ----- (DR.)
HSCA Vol 2, p. 112

STEVENS, ARTHUR
CE 1998; CD 385, p. 10

STEVENS, DON
Chief, Airport Passenger Services, American Airlines, Love Field, Dallas, TX, furnished information re E. Campbell's flight from Dallas to San Antonio. (Elizabeth Campbell)
CD 205, p. 251

STEVENS, JAMES
Reported "rumor" of Betty Folsom.
CD 183, p. 52

STEVENS, LEO A.
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 68-69, 83, 126, 128, 152-159

STEVENS, MARGUERITE D.
Employee of CIA, RB/SRS/OS. Wrote memos on LHO's address book.
National Archives, OSW Box 6, Folder 24; CIA 1315-1050; CIA Box 2, Folder 16, Doc 02854 (MMF 318)

STEVENSON, M. W
Stevenson, M. W.    WC Testimony 1, 2    Deputy Chief, Dallas Police Department.

STEVENS, MORRIS S.
Owner Maverick Skating Rink, 2005 S. Ervay, Dallas. Had known Jack Ruby and Eva Grant about 10 to 12 years. Stevens stated that he was the sole owner of Round-Up Club.
CD 4, p. 412

STEVENS, WILLIAM (CAPTAIN)
With New Orleans Police Department in Juvenile Department. Had no record of LHO or Marguerite Oswald.
CE 2873; CD 75, p. 391

STEVENSON, ADLAI E.
Ambassador to United Nations. On 9/19/63 Wm. Atwood relayed Lisa Howard's message from Castro (desiring to make contact with US) to Stevenson who apparently gave the message to Kennedy on 9/20/63 and Kennedy gave his approval for direct contact between US and Cuban representative. (MMF 1808)
Warren Report, pp. 49, 55, 271, 273, 390-392; HSCA Report, pp. 36, 182; HSCA Vol 1, p. 29; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 508, 516, 521, 523, 525; SSCIA 157-10011-10127 (MMF 1808); Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 148; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 122-123, 183; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, pp. 168, 176, 193; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 147, 150, 158, 200-201

STEVENSON, MARSHALL W. (DEPUTY CHIEF)
Wife: Hazel. Deputy Chief, Dallas Police Department. Instructed Juvenile officers not to leave for their assignments 11/24/63 because they might be needed to help move LHO.
Warren Report, pp. 208-210, 213; WC 26, p. 752; CE 2167; CE 3114; CD 1337; HSCA Vol 4, p. 601

STEWART, ANNA (MRS.)
HSCA Vol 10, p. 133

STEWART, DAHLIA
Apparently shared apartment with Georgeann Cronkite in complex where Jack Ruby lived.
CD 4, p. 622

STEWART, JIM
HSCA Vol 4, p. 510

STEWART, RALPHE
Director of the Beauty Salon at Neiman-Marcus. He had Carousel Club pass #155.
CD 4, p. 484

STICKLER, LARRY
HSCA Vol 11, p. 79

STINE, WALTER
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1095

STINNETT, GLEN
Agent with the Internal Revenue Service, Corrigan Towers, 212 N. St. Paul, Dallas. Talked to Jack Ruby about Ruby's taxes.
WC Vol 22, p. 893

STINNETT, OPEL (MRS.)
Report Clerk, Continental Trailways Bus System.
CE 2732;

STINSON, BOB
Attorney
WC Vol 5, p. 241; Dallas Times Herald, 11/25/63, p. 26

STINSON, WILLIAM (BILL)
Governor John Connally's aide.
WC Vol 15, p. 78; WC Vol 20, pp. 354, 434; HSCA Vol 1, p. 24; Ramparts Magazine, November 1966, p. 48

STOCKDALE, EDWARD GRANT
DOB: 7/11/1915. POB: Greenville, Mississippi. DOD: Dec. 3, 1963, in Miami. Survived by Alice Boyd Stockdale, widow; children: Grant, 16, student at Sewanee; Lee Lawson, 11, Sally, 20, New York, Ann, 18, London, Susan, 8; Mrs. Lydia Stockdale, Austin, TX, mother; Mrs. Bartley Hodges, Austin, sister; Mrs. Marvin Lawson, Los Angeles, sister; Julian Stockdale, St. Petersburg, Florida, brother. In April 1963, Bobby Baker, Grant Stockdale, Ed Levinson and Jack B. Cooper visit Santo Domingo. Within two weeks of assassination, Stockdale, Florida Democratic 'boss' appointed to Ireland by JFK in 1961 for 14 months, leaps to death from Miami office.
Miami Herald, Dec. 3, 1963; Baker Affair, pp. 70, 137; Department of State telegram from Stockdale in Dublin, dated Oct. 9, 1961, to Secretary of State (Case Control Nos. 8201098 and 8201575); The Bobby Baker Affair, pp. 70, 137

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
CIA 390-160; CIA 782-342; CIA 1147-431

STOCKMAN, ----- (FATHER)
Dutch priest who arrived in Haiti in early 1950's. He had spent many years in Indonesia and China and was forced to leave China in 1948. He was entertained at dinner by George and Jeanne deMohrenschildt in June of 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, p. 1; (NW 381)

STOESSEL, WALTER J., JR.
In July 1964, was in American Embassy, Moscow.
WC Vol 26, pp. 735-737; CE 3106; CD 1378; LHO's INS File (MMF 1704)

STOIAKEN, NICK
Born in United States to parents who had emigrated from USSR. Polygraph operator in CIA's Office of Security. Transfered to Soviet Division to become a regular case officer. Administered questionable polygraph to Nosenko.
Cold Warrior, Mangold, pp. 177, 189, 196, 220

STOKES, BILL F.
Vice President of Jamieson Films, 3825 Bryan, Dallas. Jamieson processed the Zapruder film on 11/22/63.

STOKES, CHARLES G.
CE 2945; CD 152, p. 34

STOKES, JEFFERSON DOYLE
Neighbor of Jack Ruby at the Marsala Place Apartments, 213 S. Ewing, Dallas, TX. Father-in-law of Buddy Muenster. Stokes was a Mortician at Veterans Administration Hospital, 4500 S. Lancaster, Dallas, TX.
CE 2330; CE 2340; CD 302, p. 168; CD 1193, p. 137; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1100

STOKES, LOUIS (REP.)
Member House Select Committee on Assassinations
HSCA Report p. 10; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 193-194, 319; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 343-344

STOKES, RAMONA (MISS)
Officer Manager, Uhlhorn International, S.A.
CD 205, p. 288

STOKES, VICTOR N.
At Eagle Hotel, Eagle Pass, TX, Nov 19, 1963, through Dec 1, 1963. He lived with his sister, B. T. Cotton, at 808 Edith St., in Irving.
CD 7, pp. 668-671

STOLLEY, RICHARD B.

STOLTE, IDA (MISS)
CD 862

STOLZ, RICHARD FAURS, JR.
DOB: Nov 27, 1925. Was First Secretary, Moscow Embassy. Expelled from USSR for subversive activities in 1965. Name on release sheet with CD 692, along with Dooley, Wigren, Murray, Pratt, Rocca, Karamessines and Helms.
Release sheet with CD 692; Who's Who in CIA, Mader

STOMBAURGH, PAUL MORGAN
Stombaugh, Paul Morgan    WC Testimony    Hair and fiber expert, FBI.
Warren Report, pp. 118-120, 122, 129; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 60; Inquest, Epstein, p. 113

STONE,
= one of the code names of Anatoly M. Golitsin.
Washington Post, 9/10/89, p. C-5

STONE, CLIFTON
Radio Dispatch Tape at 2:26 p.m. 11/22/63: "Go out toward Cobb Stadium on railroad track overpass. ...white male carrying a rifle..." City wrecker crew responds: "I'll be down here at Cobb Stadium parking lot for that suspect's car..." There was a red panel truck parked on north side of Cobb Stadium, license number 3E9087. Gary Shaw determined license registered to Clifton Stone. See "tramp" Elrod. See Joiner family at Trade Mart 11/22 with taped mouths (some of them lived at 2502 Waldrum).

STONE, F. A.
HSCA Vol 10, p. 117

STONE, I. F.
Nationally active in FPCC.
CD 87 SS 80 DTR-00402

STONE, JAMES WOODROW
Dallas book-maker. Hung out in Sol's Turf Bar. Charged with gambling in 1964. Re: John Eli Stone.
WC Vol 23, p. 364; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 527, 1022; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/64

STONE, JOHN ELI
Dallas book-maker. Hung out in Sol's Turf Bar. Charged with gambling in 1964.
WC Vol 23, pp. 166, 364; HSCA Vol 5, p. 77; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 419, 527-528, 989, 1021; Dallas Morning News 11/25/64

STONE, OLIVER

STONER, FRANK G.
HSCA Vol 3, p. 435

STONER, HAROLD
(AARC has a 1-pg. FBI document re Stoner.)
JFK Collection List, pg. 34 (AMKW 72)

STONER, JESSIE B.
White supremacist. Leader of National States Rights Party. Active in anti-civil rights activities. Indicted in September 1977 on charge of setting off an explosive device dangerously near an occupied dwelling. The charge stemmed from the June 1958 bombing of the Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham.
Dallas Morning News, 1/12/80, p. 11-A; HSCA Reel 17, Box 11, Folder M (AMKW 13)

STOREY, ROBERT E.
Name and address on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
WC Vol 26, p. 395; Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

STOREY, ROBERT GERALD (DEAN)
DOB: 12/4/1893. POB: Greenville, TX. Special Counsel to the Attorney General of Texas. Present while Jack Ruby was being questioned by members of the Warren Commission June 7, 1964, in Dallas.
WC Vol 5, p. 181; CD 1463; Rush to Judgment, p. 243; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, p. 50; Inquest, Epstein, p. 6

STORMO, MILO ELROY
Employed by Litton Industries, Woodland Hills, CA, until September 1963, when he started work at General Dynamics, Ft. Worth. Owned 1958 white Lincoln 4-door 1963 automobile with California license OFW-662.
CD 1347, pp. 195-198

STOUFF, CHARLENE
DOB: 2/26/45. Friend of Charles H. Steele, Jr.
WC Vol 10, pp 64-66; CD 75, pp. 267-268, 272-273

STOUGHTON, CECIL (CAPT.)
Signal Corp photographer who took pictures on Air Force One.
Dallas Times Herald, 11/23/63, p. 2

STOUT, STEWART G., JR.
Secret Service Special Agent in Charge
CE 1020; CE 1024; CD 1095; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 399-400, 419

STOUT, ZACK (1ST SERGEANT, MARINES)
Signed "Memo to Whom It May Concern," dated Sept. 4, 1959, [over typed name of Marine First Lt. A. G. Ayers, Jr.,] stating that Oswald was scheduled to be discharged Sept 11, 1959. Memo delivered to Passport Office in Santa Ana, CA, on Sept 9, 1959.
WC Vol 22, p. 79 (CE 1114); Doug Horne Memo 132, p. 10; Legend, Epstein, pp. 69, 71-72, 74, 77-78

STOUT, ZACK

STOVALL, RICHARD S.
Stovall, Richard S.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Detective with Dallas Police Department.
Warren Report, p. 167; HSCA Vol 2, pp. 322, 348-350, 353-354, 356-358, 360, 400, 428; HSCA Vol 6, p. 141; HSCA Vol 12, p. 36; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 57, 159-162

STOVALL, ROBERT L.
Stovall, Robert L.    WC Testimony    President, Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, Dallas, Tex.
President, Jaggars-Chiles-Stovall, 522 Browder, Dallas, TX. LHO employed there from Oct 12, 1962, to April 6, 1963.
Warren Report, p. 228; CE 1167 p. 256; CE 2876; Gangl Exhibit; CD 7, pp. 122, 127; CD 87 SS 641, p. 13; CD 205, p. 557; CD 897, p. 159

STOVER, JOHN H., JR., (CAPT.)
Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Medical School, Bethesda. Present at JFK autopsy. (Sibert and O'Neill call him "Stoner" in error. Should be Stover.)
CD 7, p. 282 (Sibert & O'Neill report); HSCA Vol 1, p. 227; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 8, 10, 23-25, 32, 190

STOWE, DOAK G.
On Mexican vacation 12/16/63. Office: 620 Decorative Center, Dallas.
CD 104, p. 219

STRANCE, PETE
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 151, 156, 517

STRANGE, DAMON R.
Agent for Farmers Insurance Company, 1529 Bridge Boulevard, S.W., Albuquerque, NM. Re: Ray Pugh.
CD 7, pp. 627-629

STRANGE, JUERGEN
West Berlin attorney. Participated in release of Richard Case Nagell from East Berlin on Oct 23, 1968.
Washington Post, Oct 25, 1968

STRAUCH, GEORGE E.
Met Joachim Rudolph Roehright while he was attending University of Heidelberg, Germany. In 1963, was attending law school at San Antonio, TX. Roehricht visited Strauch in Nov. 1963 and went back to California and said Kennedy would not get out of Texas alive.

WC Vol 24, p. 529; CE 2095; CD 301, pp. 256-263




STRAUSS, ROBERT

Dallas attorney (with Akin, Gump) and political figure. In 1992 was Ambassador to USSR.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 520

STRAWBERRIES, JOE
HSCA Vol 9, p. 9

STRAYER, DANIEL
Chief of Verification Unit, Records Administration and Information Section, Immigration & Naturalization, 20 West Broadway, NY, NY
CD 1211, p. 2

STREBECK,
Dallas Police Department officer
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1088-1089

STREET, JAMES
Manager, Indiana Bell Telephone Co
CE 2995, p. 216; CD 1193, p. 216

STREHLY, HAORLD
Strehly, Harold    11/27/63 Report    Dallas County Sheriff Deputy
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff in Identification Bureau of County Jail.
Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 542

STREIGHT, CHARLIE (SHOWN, IN ERROR, AS STRAEGHT)
Former Silver Spur Club band leader who saw Jack Ruby 11/15/63 at Merchants State Bank. In December 1963 he was employed by Ridgewood Barber Shop, 10012 Monroe, Dallas, TX.
WC Vol 25, p. 354; CE 2376; CD 104, p. 212; Who Was Jack Ruby, Kantor, p. 24

STRETCHER BULLET

STRICKMAN, EVELYN
CD 877

STRINGER, H. H. (SGT.)
Dallas Police Department Sergeant in the Personnel Office.

WC Vol 25, p. 538; CE 2433; CE 2033, p. 242; CE 2433; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 124; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 202



STRINGER, JOHN T., JR. (DR.)

Stringer, John T.    ARRB Deposition
Medical photographer. Present at Bethesda autopsy of President John F. Kennedy. Talked to David Lifton on tape Aug. 25, 1972, but denied his taped remarks in an interview with Craig Colgan of the Vero Beach Press Journal in November 1993. Stringer was only photographer permitted to photograph during the autopsy.
CD 7, p. 282; HSCA Vol 1, p. 182; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 8-10, 12, 15, 38; Vero Beach Press Journal, Nov. 14, 1993, p. 1 of Lifestyle section; The Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy and Ricci, p. 446; Crossfire, Marrs, p. 479; Washington Post, Sun., August 2, 1998, p. A-04, "Gaps in Kennedy Autopsy Files Detailed" by George Lardner.

STROBEL, RICHARD H.
A journalist with Associated Press who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93

STROBLE, EDWIN
With Gawler's Funeral Home. At termination of JFK's autopsy, he entered autopsy room to prepare JFK's body for burial.
CD 7, p. 283; HSCA Vol 7, p. 9

STROEBLE, LESLIE (DR.)
HSCA Vol 6, p. 179

STROGANOV, GENNADIY
Radio operator Soviet Embassy, Mexico City.
CIA 150, p. 2; CIA 91-570 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10294, Lifton's pp. 257-260); CIA 187-622

STROKE, GEORGE
HSCA Vol 6, p. 3

STROLLO, ANTHONY (AKA TONY BENDER)
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 35, 55

STRONG, JESSE M.
Strong, Jesse M.    WC Testimony    Employee, Western Union Telegraph Co.

STROUD, MARTHA JO.
Assistant U.S. attorney general who helped coordinate the Warren Commission's investigation into the assassination of JFK. DOD: Wednesday, July 2, 1984, at age 55.
CD 1489; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 284; Dallas Times Herald, Tues, July 3, 1984, p. 2-B

STRUBE, WILLIAM P., JR.
Texas insurance executive active in Dr. F. C. Schwarz's Christian Anti-Communism Crusade.
Danger on Right, p. 57

STRUBO, EDWARD W.
HSCA Vol 10, p. 116

STRYGIN, MIKHAIL I.
Suspected by Soviets of being about to defect. Portrayed as a mental case. Taken into custody and forcibly returned to the USSR from Rangoon, Burma, in May 1959.

CD 1552a, pp. 4-5, 26



STUART, DONALD C.

Wife: Nancy. He had Carousel Club pass #170. He had been in business with Robert Kermit Patterson, d/b/a Contract Electronics, at 2533 Elm St., Dallas. Now a broadcast engineer with KLIF.
CE 2884; CE 2995; CD 4, pp. 484, 797, 800, 804-806

STUART, LYLE (ALIAS OF LIONEL SIMON)
(201-323129) Publisher. Listed as Treasurer of New York Chapter FPCC.
CD 87 SS 80 DTR-00402
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=10259&st=0&p=106321&#entry106321

STUART, ROBERT (AKA BUDDY KING)
Worked at Carousel Club as Master of Ceremonies in May 1961.
WC Vol 23, p. 48; CE 1558; CD 86, p. 250

STUART, WALLACE W.
Counselor for Political Affairs (? in Mexico ?).
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 313-314; CIA Doc JFK-104-10007-10043

STUBBLEFIELD, R. L. (DR.)
CE 2785; CD 1324, CD 1324c

STUBBLEFORD, MR. WILLIAM H.

STUBBLEFORD, MRS. WILLIAM H.

STUCKE,
Marguerite Oswald's mother's maiden name.
WC Vol 1, p. 252

STUCKEY, CLARENCE WILLIAM
DOB: 4/14/22. POB: Toledo, Ohio. Held classified contract clearance in connection with his employment as Asst. Chief Engineer with Stoddart Aircraft Radio Company (a subsidiary of TAMAR Electronic, Inc.
CIA Box 6, Folder 24 (MMF 1358)

STUCKEY, WILLAIM KIRK ("BILL")
Stuckey, William Kirk    WC Testimony    Radio program director, New Orleans.
New Orleans WDSU radio reporter and interviewer. Interviewed LHO. Name "Bill Stuckey" and phone number in LHO's notebook. DOD: 9/21/81 of a "wound" in San Francisco.
Warren Report, pp. 366, 384, 418; WC Vol 16, p. 62; WC Vol 21, p. 621; CE 2547; Stuckey Exhibits; CD 205, p. 694; HSCA Report, p. 141; CIA Box 6, Folder 24 (MMF 1358)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vy9k5C94ENw&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjg188Yk7BI&feature=related

STUDEBAKER, ROBERT LEE
Studebaker, Robert Lee    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Detective, Crime Scene Search Section, Identification Bureau, Dallas Police Department. Described place where paper bag was found as "in southeast corner [of TSBD 6th floor] lying in 16" space between cardboard box and south wall." See Studebaker Photograph No. 26. Died April 7, 1994.
CE 3131; CE 3145; CD 897, pp. 158, 167-168; CD 1497; HSCA Vol 6, p. 153; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 73, 79-83, 190

STUMPH, MELVIN C.
Wife: Joycie M. Stumph; he was a Government employee. She worked as an office secretary for Associated Federal Hotels. His name and address appeared on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO alleged there. His name appeared as: M. C. Stum, 1910 S. Polk, Dallas.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

STUNTZ, MAYO S.
CIA, Chief, Contact Division (Support). Re Alexander Rorke.
MMF 2144

STURBITTS, WILLIAM C.
CIA. C/LA/STB. Handwritten note "Bill Sturbitts deliveres these to Russ, today." (MMF 1089)
CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 05953 (MMF 1087), Doc 05954 (MMF 1088) and Doc 05960 (MMF 1089)

STURDIVAN, LARRY
Sturdivan, Larry    HSC Testimony: Author.
HSCA Vol 1, pp. 383-427; HSCA Vol 7, p. 150

STURGIS, FRANK ANTHONY (aka FIORINI, FRANK)
201-242256. SF#353 459. Santos Trafficanti's contact in the Bay of Pigs Operation. In July 1961 the Asst. Atty. Gen. wrote memo to FBI re Sturgis, Hemming, and Neutrality Matters. (MMF 1783). Sturgis testified before Watergate Committee (MMF 1781). The Rockefeller Commission looked into allegation that Sturgis and Jack Ruby were involved with Carlos Prio (MMF 1784-1785). DOB: 12/9/24. POB: Norfolk, VA. DOD: 12/4/93. POD: Veterans Affairs Hospital, Miami (of lung cancer). Survived by wife, Jan, and daughter.
See pp. 151, 155, 162 of Judge List; CIA 1351-1059-B; HSCA Report, p. 91; HSCA Vol 1, pp. 119, 121; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 366, 375, 381-382; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 140, 296; HSCA Vol 6, pp. 258-263, 265-266, 272; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 590, 718; HSCA Vol 10, pp. 42, 72, 90, 93, 156-157, 162, 176; SSCIA 157-10007-10066 (MMF 1781-1782); Church Committee Box 23, Folder 1 (MMF 1784-1785); FBI 2-1499-74 (MMF 1783); FBI 2-1499-134; Give Us This Day, E. Howard Hunt, p. 98; Rolling Stone, May 20, 1976, pp. 45, 47 ftnotes 15 & 16, 49, 50 (picture of p. 44); HSCA Reel 56, Box 32, Folder G, H, I, J, K, L (AMKW 32); MMF 2291; MMF 2294; MMF 2298; 89A-DL-60165-14 (MMF 2338); 89A-DL-60165-16 (MMF 2341); 89A-DL-60165-20 (MMF 2347)

STUTTS, BEN S. (CAPT.)
U.S. helicopter pilot in North Korea captivity on 11/22/63. Re: Capt. Voltz
CD 1098; CD 1168, p. 12

STYLES, SANDRA K.
Scott-Foresman employee looking out Elm Street window, 5th Floor, TSBD, at 12:30 p.m. 11/22/63. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 676; CE 1381; CD 706(iii)

SUAREZ, ALEJANDRO
His name appears in Spanish transcript of phone call taped by CIA 11/24/63.
CIA 133-594 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10265, Lifton's pp. 202-205)

SUAREZ SIMPSON, MIGUEL AGUSTIN
DOB: 1934. Miami lawyer, head of Ameritas in 1972. Office 955 First St., SW, Miami, FL (when Bernard Barker was arrested 6/17/72 in Watergate burglary, he gave his address as 955 First St., SW, Miami). Suarez denied that he any foreknowledge of JFK's assassination. Miguel Suarez' sister, Christiana Suarez, told nurse Marjorie Heimbecker, who told the FBI, that JFK would be killed by Castroites. Ameritas, a wholly-owned subsidiary of All State Investment Fund, S.A., Incorporated in Panama. Suarez and Bernard Barker partners in a separate venture. Suarez friend of Claude Kirk, both prominent Miami Republicans. Watergate reservations were made in name of Ameritas.
CD 301, pp. 280-281; Dallas Morning News, 6/25/72, p. 2-A

SUBSTITUTION OF DOCUMENTS,
Richard Helms substituted memorandum dated June 4, 1964, for one dated January 31 and June 1, 1964. (This was done Oct 20, 1964.)
CD 1000; CD 1545

SUCHAROV, BERT
Suspected Soviet Agent in Santiago, Chili.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 175; CIA 385-736

SUCHER, WILLIAM
Director, International Firearms Company. On 12/12/63, Confidential Informant, Dallas T-1, advised that Sucher had sent a list of the numbers had been forwarded to the George Rose Company, Inc., Los Angeles, together with the order for the 400 Smith & Wesson revolvers.
CD 7, p. 210; CD 206, p. 39

SUGAR, BERT R.

SUGERMAN, HAROLD R. (MR. & MRS.)
Moved to California from Chicago in approximately 1956. Vice Pres H&B American Corp. Re Jack Rubenstein.
WC Vol 26, p. 856; CE 3151; CD 1278; CD 1279; CD 1348, pp. 10-31

SUGGS, AUBREY F.
Was standing, with Worrell, on west curb of Houston, 25' north of Main. Witnessed assassination. (He worked for Kimbrough)
Arch P. Kimbrough interview

SUGGS, EDWARD STEWART (ALIAS "JACK S. MARTIN")
In 1967, he is 51 or 52. From Phoenix, Arizona.
CD 75, pp. 217-219, 220, 292-293, 309-311; CD 87; CIA 1229-514, p. 7; CIA 1357-506; CIA 1359-503; CIA 1431-492-Z; CIA 1459-492-BB; Plot or Politics, James, 43, 48, 156; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, 176-183, 196, 328-329, 339, 341-343, 349-353, 373, 395

SUITS, DONALD T.
Reserve Policeman with Dallas Police.
CE 2032; CD 85, p. 226

SUKARNO, ----- (PRESIDENT)
"...the Committee [Senate Select Committee - Church] received some evidence of CIA involvement in plans to assassinate President Sukarno of Indonesia..."

CD 283; CD 284; Interim Report on Alleged Assassination Plots, p. 4 ftnote



SULLIVAN, ARTHUR CARROLL JR.

ONI 27 years. Career also included working for FBI and as an investigator for the Dallas DA
Research Analyst in Charge, Naval Intelligence, 1114 Commerce, Rm. 204, Dallas, TX
CD 7, p. 150
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=7209

SULLIVAN, COLLEY
Attorney called by Earl Ruby. Died Thurs, Oct 21, 1971, at age 68.
CE 2978; CD 375, p. 3; HSCA Vol 4, p. 524; Dallas Morning News, Saturday, October 23, 1971, p. 4-D

SULLIVAN, DANIEL F. (MR. AND MRS.)
He was a geologist for Continental Oil Company. He and his wife attended the Declan Ford's party 12/28/62.
WC Vol 9, p. 246; WC Vol 23, p. 628

SULLIVAN, DON
Reporter for Chicago American. Gave FBI information about Joe Stein of Chicago.
CD 4, p. 256

SULLIVAN, FARMER
HSCA Vol 9, p. 275

SULLIVAN, GEOFFREY
"FAA officials seize plane belonging to Alexander Rorke and Geoffrey Sullivan in Meriden, Connecticut, for dumping bombs on Havana. Rorke and Sullivan deny." Rorke and Sullivan disappeared 9/24/63. Last seen in Cozumel, Mexico.
Dallas Morning News, April 28, 1963, p. 3; MMF 2147; MMF 2149

SULLIVAN, J. MONROE
Oct 1961 to present (Mar 16, 1967) has been Executive Director of San Francisco World Trade Center Authority in San Francisco. 1956 to 1958 was employed by Committee of American Steamship Lines. 1958 to 1961 Vice President of Pacific American Steamship Company. Earlier he was a instructor at the University of San Francisco. "11. A memorandum marked only for file, 16 March 1967, signed M. D. Stevens, says that J. Monroe SULLIVAN, 4280207, was granted a covert security approval on 10 December 1962 so that he could be used in Project QKENCHANT. SHAW has 0402897-X."
CIA 1337-1051; CIA 1588-1118; 104-10419-10124

SULLIVAN, JACK
In 1956, forced his way (with 2 other white males) into Eileen Curry's apartment on Gaston Avenue, Dallas (Casa Linda Apartments). They were looking for James Eckford Breen. Sullivan took a young prostitute named Debbie to a "house" in Texas City, TX.
WC Vol 23, p. 371; CD 1101a

SULLIVAN, JAMES
CD 19, p. 53

SULLIVAN, SAMUEL E.
Secret Service
CE 1020; CE 1024; CD 1095

SULLIVAN, THOMAS V.
Wife: P. Sue Sullivan. He owned North Dallas Book Center, 308 Preston Forest Village, Dallas, TX. Name in Ruth Paine's notebook.
WC Vol 17, p. 73

SULLIVAN, VINCENT L.
Directorate of Special Investigations, Department of the Air Force, Headquarters United States Air Force, Washington, D.C. Re: John Edward Pic.
"ONI", p. 70

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM C.
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 479, 481-482, 487-491, 500, 502, 504-505, 510, 668, 707; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 27, 78; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 54-55; Mafia Kingfish, Davis (270, 381-2)

SUMAYA, MARTIN
Reportedly a guest at Hotel del Comercio on 9/27/63. Did not recall LHO.
WC Vol 25, p. 593; CE 2450, p. 8; CD 1480, p. 1

SUMMER, ANGUS JR.
Active in Socialists Workers Party and FPCC.
CD 87 SS 407, pp. 8-9

SUMMERLIN, SAM
Associated Press Bureau Chief in New Orleans.
CE 2991, p. 177; CD 223, p. 177

SUMMERS, ANTHONY

SUMMERS, CLARENCE AUBREY
DOB: 4/16/28. POB: Tyler, Smith County, TX. 5' 4". 220 lbs. Wife: Ruth. Gave Larry Crafard a ride on 11/23/63




SUMMERS, H. T.

Furnished information that LHO made application for "Cottin Pickin" job at Jobco Employment Agency, Dallas, TX, on October 4, 1963.
CD 205, p. 559

SUMMERS, H. W.

SUMMERS, HAROLD (MRS.)
Saw Jack Ruby and "Mr. Josie" together. (? Josey ?)
CD 86, pp. 252-253; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1090

SUMMERS, LISA ("LIZA")
Stripper friend of Little Lynn.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1098

SUMMERS, MALCOLM
Summers, Malcolm    11/22/63 Affidavit
Standing in Dealey Plaza. Witnessed assassination. He is pictured in Zapruder film on his hands and knees.
WC Vol 19, p. 500; Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 500; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 13-14; Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, p. 17
http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/288318-1
http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com/2009/12/man-on-grassy-knoll.html

SUMNER, GENE
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (242-9)

SUNOL LEAL, JULIO
Pro-Communist. Pro-Castro Deputy to the Costa Rican National Assembly. Planned to leave San Jose, Costa Rico for Warsaw, Poland, Nov 24, 1963, to attend World Peace Conference. Delayed departure until 26 Nov. Left San Jose for Mexico City on TACA Airlines Flt #701. 30 years of age. Slender. 5' 9". Black curling hair. Wears black-rimmed glasses. Stopped in Texas to gather data to use in Pro-Communist/Castro propaganda in connection with assassination.
CIA 45; CIA 106-45; CIA 110-45

SURGEON, C. B.
"Mr. Phillips" - LHO's notebook.

 WC Vol 16, p. 59



SUROSKY, A. E. (DR.)

Nuclear Development Corporation, White Plains, NY. Employed Bernard W. Weissman as model and tool maker from June 1956 to Dec 1957.
CD 7, p. 693

SURREY, ROBERT ALAN (WIFE: MARY)
Surrey, Robert Alan    WC Testimony    Publisher of handbill attacking President Kennedy.
Aide to General Edwin Walker. His daughter, Karen Surrey, presented Madame Nhu a bouquet of flowers on October 23, 1963, "American Day." Surrey searched glove compartment of car at General Walker's house. Did he have Robert G. Klause print Minutemen "Wanted for Treason" posters? They used alias Mr. and Mrs. Max Amann, re Dave Boylan. Mary also used alias Al Gray.
Warren Report, pp. 277-279; WC Vol 23, p. 516; CE 995; CE 1015; CE 1835; CE 1836; CE 1837; CE 1953; CE 2001; CD 969, SS Control No. 1514, pp. 1-2; CD 1191, pp. 86-88; CD 1245, pp. 103-104; HSCA Report, p. 98n; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, p. 156; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 203

SUTHERLAND, LAWRENCE
Sutherland, Lawrence    ARRB Testimony

SUTOR, STUART
A pilot placed on "blacklist" by U.S. Government.
Miami Herald, May 27, 1960

SVENDSEN, LANCE
HSCA Vol 5, p. 498

SWAFFORD, BILL
Dallas Police Department officer, relative of old lady whose "estate" Harry Olson was guarding on 11/22/63.
WC Vol 22, p. 915; CD 85, pp. 228-229

SWAIN, OSCAR C. ("COTTON")
Listed as a Dallas gambler
WC Vol 23, p. 166

SWAIN, RICHARD E. (LT.)
Was with Dallas Police Department 29 years before retiring as a Lieutenant. He was in basement when Ruby shot Oswald. Swain remarried following his first wife's death and lived in Red Oak until he was placed in a nursing home. He died March 16, 1995. Survived by wife, Claudia; daughter and son-in-law, Donna and Mike Thornhill and son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Richard E. Swain, III, and wife, Julia; sister and brother-in-law, Doris and Paul Sparkman; grandchildren: Colleen and Steve Swain and Jonathan and Chris Thornhill.
WC Vol 25, p. 516; CE 2417; CE 1322, p. 501; CE 2002; HSCA Vol 4, p. 577

SWALLOW, JAMES
Draftsman, Indiana Bridge Co. His sister, Phyllis Swallow, married Geo. Wm. Fehrenbach.
CE 3151; CD 1348, pp. 10-31


SWALLOW, PHYLLIS (MRS. GEO. WM. FEHRENBACH)

Niece of Mrs. Mervin Collins.
CE 3151; CD 1348, pp. 10-31

SWANK, PATSY (MRS.)
Life Magazine representative, Dallas, TX. Advised that 8 mm color movies of motorcade taken by John Martin, Houston St. Annex Post Office, Dallas, TX, were sent to Life Magazine in New York in undeveloped condition.
CD 205, p. 59

SWARTZ, DONALD (SGT.)
Furnished unverified information that LHO had attended Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, using his true name for short period in 1957. Was dismissed because he was unable to prove graduation from high school. Ruth Paine was a graduate, class of 1955, of Antioch College.
CD 46, p. 15

SWEAT, MINNIE (MRS.)
Mother of Wanda Helmick.
WC Vol 26, p. 263; CE 2823; CD 1193, pp. 190-192

SWEATT, ALLAN L.
Sweatt, Allan    11/23/63 report    Chief Criminal Deputy, Dallas County Sheriff
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff. Witnessed assassination. Died Saturday, August 16, 1975, at age 58.
WC Vol 19, p. 531; CE 705, p. 480; Decker Exhibit 5323, pp. 531-533; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 344-345, 348; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 35-37, 174-175; Oswald in New Orleans, Weisberg, pp. 77-79; Whitewash II, Weisberg, p. 86; Citizens Dissent, Lane, pp. 136, 176; Dallas Times Herald, Sunday, 8/17/75, p. C-7

SWEET, RENE M. (MRS.)
Name on Silvera List. Phone listed to O.L. Sweet, 3125 Major St., Ft. Worth, TX
CD 246, p. 23

SWEETNEY, CLARENCE
Contacted U.S. Marshal Luke Moore re Arturo Griffiths.
CD 49, p. 47

SWENSON, HAROLD (USED CRYPTONYM "JOSEPH LANGOSCH")
Desmond FitzGerald's Counterintelligence Chief who used the cryptonym, "Joseph Langosch." Swenson recommended with another CIA officer that FitzGerald not meet with Rolando Cubela Secades (codenamed AMLASH).
Deep Politics III, Chapter V, The Kennedy-CIA Divergence Over Cuba, by Peter Dale Scott, p. 2

SWENSON, RUBY
Secretary to R. T. Brown, owner of 2417 Maple, Dallas. Jack Ruby tried to rent building for a night club.
WC Vol 22, p. 927; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1097

SWIATLO, JOSEPH
"29 Nov 62 NOTE TO FILE. In re 'SVERTLOW', _______ extremely sensitive, mentioned to an American non-Kubark officer in 1957 a Colonel SVERTLOV or SVATLOW in the United States under non-official cover. The conversation was hampered by linguistic barriers and the field speculated that this may have been a reference to SWIATLO. It is beginning to appear possible that the reference was to an illegal, stationed in the United States, not identical with SWIATLO."
CIA 247-661, CIA Box 17, Folder 58 (MMF 1471); The Man Who Kept the Secrets, Powers, 406; The Old Boys, Hersh, 387, 390-391

SWIFT, WESLEY
April-May 1963 FBI and Secret Service investigated claims of George Harding, Jr., that the Church of Jesus Christ-Christian (headed by Wesley Swift, Wm Gale and James Shoup) intended to assassinate 300 public figures and that Shoup tried to recruit Harding for an 8-man assassination team.
CD 39, p. 3; CD 1197, pp. 473-474; The Minutemen, J. Harry Jones, Jr., pp. 191-193, 197, 250-251

SWINDAL, JAMES B. (COL.)
From Alabama. 47 years old. Made "notable flight" on May 19, 1963, in Boeing 707, flew from Wash., D.C., to Moscow, 5004 miles in 8 hrs, 39 min, 02.2 secs. Pilot of Air Force One 11/22/63.
Dallas Times Herald, 11/23/63, p. 2; Death of a President, Manchester, pp. xi, 73, 366, 386; 1964 World Almanac, p. 767

SWINFORD, JAMES W.
FBI Agent.
CE 2925; CE 3001; CD 205, p. 114; CD 1364, pp. 1-11

SWING, JOSEPH (GEN.)
HSCA Vol 9, p. 71

SWINNEY, LOUISE G.
Telephone operator at Dallas Police Jail when LHO was in jail. Placed his calls to Abt (re Larry Howard 11/30/90) 212 CA 2-4611 (Abt's home) and CO 7-3110 (Abt's office). Claimed he tried to call John Hurd or Hurt in Raleigh, N.C. (See Mrs. Alveeta Treon.)
HSCA Vol 12, p. 397

SWITZER, A. RAYMOND
Special Agent FBI. Interviewed John Martin, Jr.
CD 897, p. 51

SYKORA, DAVID
National Bank Examiner. FBI questioned him re episode in Dallas at Adolphus Hotel, Dallas, TX, Nov 19 and 20, 1963, involving Charles J. Schenkner.
CD 301, pp. 265, 268, 270

SYLVESTER, JOSEPH T., JR.
Assistant Special Agent in Charge of New Orleans FBI office. He determined that LHO was in New Orleans on Sept 18 and Sept 23, 1963.
CD 49, p. 31; CD 87 SS 517, p. 2

SZEKELY, ANA VELERIA (SZEKELY) DUNO TENDLER
On November 25, 1963, Ana and her husband, David Duno Tendler (Polish citizen living in Mexico City) leave Mexico for Dallas. David was a Metropolitan Opera singer. Her mother is Elizabeth Shelly.
CIA Box 15, Folder 15, Doc 8935 (MMF 984-986); 104-10015-10369

SZONTAGH, E.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 942

SZULC, TADEUSZ WITOLD (TAD)
Born in Brazil. Came to US in 1940. Broke Bay of Pigs story. Died Monday, May 21, 2001, at age 74 of cancer. Survived by wife: Marianne of Washington, DC; daughter: Nicole Szulc Ginn of Wales; son: Anthony Szulc of Washington, DC.
Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 138; HSCA Vol 10, p. 141; Assassinations: Dallas & Beyond, Scott & Hoch, pp. 355, 374, 382, 388

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