Sunday, August 21, 2011

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W-2 FORM (DOLLY SHOE)

W-2 FORM (J.R. MICHELS)

W-2 FORM (PFISTERER)

W-2 FORM (TUJAGUE)

WA-30527 (VELMA MARTIN)

WA-30659 (MARGUERITE OSWALD)

WA-46439 (JOYCE JONES)

WACKS MICHAEL
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (12, 469) 

WACO, TEXAS

WADE, COLEMAN

WADE, HARVEY LAWILL
Knoxville, Tennessee, building inspector who said that he saw LHO in the Carousel Club on 11/10/63 while Bill DeMar was performing. But, DeMar didn't start at Carousel Club until 11/11/63.
WC Vol 25, p. 535; CE 2370; CE 2432; CD 4, pp. 789-790; CD 1468, pp. 1-2

WADE, HENRY
Wade, Henry    WC Testimony    District attorney, Dallas County.

District Attorney, Dallas County. (CD 1302, ..."missing" page from video-taped interview gives all Wade's "evidence" against LHO.) DOB: Nov. 11, 1914; POB: Rockwall County, Texas; DOD: March 1, 2001; POD: Dallas, TX. Survived by two sons: Wm. Kim Wade (and wife Suzanne); Henry Wade, Jr. (and wife Kristin); three daughters: Michele Brandenberger (husband Mike); Wendy ballew (husband David) and Bari Henson (husband Dave). Preceded in death by wife Yvonne. Prosecuted Jack Ruby and also the Roe of Roe vs. Wade.
Warren Report, pp. 189, 193, 215-219, 318-319, 323-324, 417; WC Vol 5, pp. 213-254; WC Vol 26, p. 729; CE 2168; CE 2169; CE 2170; CE 2171; CE 2172; CE 2173; CE 2784; CE 2785; CE 3102; CD 1302; CD 1324; 1324c; CD 1329; CD 1463; CD 1555; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 464-466; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 550, 554, 591; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 179-180; HSCA Vol 7, p. 356; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 138, 1109-1111; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 36, 290, 422; The Witnesses, p. 515; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 179, 183-185, 330; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 81 114, 118, 134, 226, 239, 260, 367, 369, 373, 384; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, pp. 31, 80, 86, 103-104, 119, 122, 125, 130, 139-140, 144-146, 178, 202, 205; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 12, 30, 37-39, 41-48, 51-57, 59-62, 65-66, 68, 71, 77, 86, 93-94, 105-106, 109-110, 113-115, 138, 166, 198; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 18, 35-36, 38, 40, 43, 47-48; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 15-16, 31, 37; Dallas Times Herald, 11/23/63, p. 3; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/63, p. 3; Memphis Commercial Appeal, 11/25/63, p. 1
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwadeH.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Wade
http://www.nytimes.com/2001/03/02/us/henry-wade-prosecutor-in-national-spotlight-dies-at-86.html?pagewanted=1
 ON KNOWING RUBY:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpWPvLbeKhE&feature=related

WADE, NEY
Dallas attorney. Brother of District Attorney Henry Wade. Law partner of Tom Howard, one of Jack Ruby's lawyers. Friend of Jack Ruby.

WADSWORTH, JAMES J.
Dept of State. Prepared memorandum of conversation between Rusk and Herter on Jan 3, 1961.
CU-3; CU-9

WAEHAUF, FRANZ

WAFFORD, RUTH
Mother of Thomas Dudley Wafford of 43 Constitution, Charleston Heights, South Carolina. Her former phone number, FL 7-8574, and her son's name were found in Jack Ruby's automobile 11/24/63: "Thomas - 357-8574"
WC Vol 23, p. 422; CD 223, p. 287
 
WAFFORD, THOMAS DUDLEY
"Thomas - 357-8574" found in Jack Ruby's automobile on 11/24/63. Number belonged to Ruth Wafford, 908 Mount Aubrin, Dallas, TX, Thomas Dudley Wafford's mother. Wafford denied knowledge of how his name and his mother's phone number got in Ruby's possessions.
WC Vol 23, p. 422; CD 223, p. 287

WAGNER, HERBERT
HSCA Vol 10, p. 119

WAGNER, PHILIP
"From [Larry] COX, _____ learned that Philip WAGNER is in Canada." Apparently WAGNER was a war resister or deserter as of July 1969.
CIA Box 15, Folder 48, Doc 9555 (MMF 941)

WAGNER, RAMONA (AKA TUESDAY RYAN, MRS. ROY WM. PIKE)
Carousel stripper in January 1963. Dated Pike then married him and divorced him 7/23/64.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1084

WAGNER, ROBERT C.
DOB: 12/31/34. Detective in Dallas Police Department Forgery Division. On 11/22/63, he was assigned to provide security for President Kennedy's luncheon at Market Hall.
89A-DL-60165-36 (MMF 2378-2381); 89A-DL-60165-41 (MMF 2425); 89A-DL-60165-79x1 (MMF 2538)

WAGONER, REX BASIL
North Texas State University student. Member of St. Seraphim Eastern Orthodox Church, 4203 Newton, Dallas, TX
CD 1347, p. 132

WAINRIGHT, JOHN
Lawyer for Lawrence Lunt who was held prisoner in Cuba from May 6, 1963, until Sept 17, 1979. (See Lawrence LUNT)
Dallas Morning News, 9/10/79, p. 18-A

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

WALBRIDGE, CLARK B.

WALDEM OIL CORP.,
Owned by Edward G. Walz of Philadelphia -- uncle of Wynne "Didi" Sharples. Is Waldem named for Walz (Wal) and deMohrenschildt (dem)?

WALDEN, EUGENE A. (GENE)
Wife: Ruth E. He was salesman for Earl Hayes Chevrolet. His name appeared on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

WALDMAN, WILLIAM J.
Waldman, William J.T    WC Testimony    Vice President, Klein's Sporting Goods, Inc.
Vice President Klein's Sporting Goods. Advised gun sold with telescopic sight already mounted.
Warren Report, p. 114; WC Vol 7, pp. 360-369; WC Vol 21, pp. 692-707; CD 7, pp. 185-189, 191; CD 47, pp. 1-2; CD 75, pp. 662-667; Witnesses, p. 133; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 140

WALDO, THAYER
Waldo, Thayer     WC Testimony    Reporter, Forth Worth.
Reporter with Ft. Worth Star Telegram. His picture in Vol 26, p. 666, was erroneously thought to be Jack Ruby - see WC Vol 26, p. 665. WALDO arrived in Spain from Mexico City in late July 1967 and called on Embassy asking for Public Affairs Officer who had known him slightly in Argentina in 1959 and 1960. At first WALDO claimed to be representing several American newspapers in Latin America - Denver Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Tucson Citizen, Louisville Courier and Milwaukee Journal. On second visit, WALDO "confessed" he was working for Ramparts Magazine. CIA requested pertinent traces.
WC Vol 21, pp. 708-712; WC Vol 26, pp. 665, 666 (picture at page 666); CE 2578; CE 2579; CE 3072; CD 1069; CD 1245, pp. 171-180; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1100; CIA Box 15, Folder 14, Doc 6686 (MMF 1030-1032); Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 249; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 161, 163, 167, 171
http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/testimony/waldo.htm
http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh15/html/WC_Vol15_0298a.htm
http://www.history-matters.com/archive/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh21/html/WH_Vol21_0366b.htm
http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh21/pdf/WH21_Waldo_Ex_1.pdfhttp://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwaldo.htm
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=12292

WALDRON, VIRGINIA (MRS. R. C. WALDRON)
Secretary for Mental Health at Orange County Welfare Department, Orlando. Denied making statement predicting tragedy.
CD 7, p. 677

WALES, TONY (ALIAS OF ALDO MARZANI)
Marzani also used alias "Tony Whales"
WC Vol 15, p. 734

WALGREENS DRUG STORE

WALKER, BERNICE
Cook at Waldorf Billiards, 610 Main St., Klamath Falls, Oregon. Re: Harold Doyle.
89A-60165-30 (MMF 2372)

WALKER, C. E.
Dallas Police Department officer who rode in car taking LHO from Texas Theater to Dallas Police Department on 11/22/63. Others in car: Lt. Paul Bentley, Bob Carroll, J. Hill and Lyons, a special officer.
CD 7, p. 224

WALKER, CHARLES. T.
Walker, C. T.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police Department officer.
Warren Report, p. 164

WALKER, CAROLINE
Name and number appeared in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 75; WC Vol 22, p. 520

WALKER, CHARLES F.
President of Radio Station WKDA in Nashville.
CIA 1462-492-BE (MMF 2048-2056)

WALKER, EDWIN ANDERSON (GEN.)

Walker, Edwin A.    WC Testimony    Resident of Dallas and object of shooting in April 1963.
Pictures of the rear of Gen. Walker's house were found in LHO's possessions. Pictures apparently taken by LHO. LHO allegedly shot at Gen Walker through rear window 4/10/63. FBI Specimen Q188 (CD 205, p. 168) Bullet from Walker's residence. Walker's attorney was General Clyde Watts who was killed in a plane crash on Nov. 21, 1974. Walker's name appeared on Silviera List (CD 246, p. 22) Born on ranch in Center Point, Kerr County, TX; attended West Point. DOB: 11/10/09; DOD: 10/31/93 at 84. Burial in Kerrville, TX.
Warren Report, pp. 33, 35, 39, 42, 113, 121, 169-175, 183, 260-262, 265, 267, 277-278, 344, 352-353, 379-382, 391, 417-419; WC Vol 16, pp. 4, 7; WC Vol 22, p. 510; CE 1786; CE 1876; CE 1953; CE 1953-A; CE 2001; CE 2389; CE 2521; CE 2524; CE 2525; CE 2874; WC 26, p. 751; CD 79, SS Control No. 322, 7 pgs.; CD 79, SS Control No. 632; CD 81.1b; CD 205, p. 168, 647, 733-734; CD 206, p. 198; CD 246, p. 22; CD 320, SS Control No. 707; CD 1066, pp. 258-259; CD 1124; CD 1236, p. 1; CD 1237; FBI Item 70; CD 1248; CD 1316, pp. 1-13; HSCA Report, pp. 35, 63, 195; HSCA Vol 2, pp. 231-235, 237, 250, 282, 285, 299, 302, 305-307, 318; HSCA Vol 3, pp. 497, 554, 605; HSCA Vol 5, p. 494; HSCA Vol 9, p. 263; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 127, 154, 164, 447, 508, 521, 525; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 52, 200-201, 206, 244, 298-300, 311, 394, 413; Witnesses, p. 377; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 50, 67, 242; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 248, 308, 349-350, 384; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 123-125, 142, 156; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 111, 119, 123; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, pp. 167-170, 175-177, 192; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 19, 119, 124, 143, 146-148, 150-151, 165, 200-201, 203-204; Dallas Morning News, Monday, Nov. 1, 1993, p. 1-A; MMF 2146

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwalker.htmhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwin_Walker
http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fwaafhttp://www.namebase.org/main1/Edwin-A-_28gen_29-Walker.html
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2544
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=9114
http://www.jfk-online.com/jpsgwnol.htmlhttp://textfiles.com/conspiracy/walker.txt
http://www.suite101.com/content/beating-the-bushes-hunting-for-ea-walker-1961-a376522
http://www.suite101.com/content/beating-the-bushes-hunting-for-ea-walker-1962-a376975
http://www.suite101.com/content/beating-the-bushes-hunting-for-ea-walker-1963-a377193
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kD-biPku0EE&feature=related

WALKER, GRANVILLE (REV.)
Was sent to Marguerite Oswald's home to console her after her son's death.
WC Vol 1, p. 245

WALKER, HAROLD E.
Manager Avis Rent-A-Car in the lobby of the Baker Hotel. Wife: Billie F. His name and address on gun range's list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

WALKER, I. (MR.)
Service Manager, Baker Hotel, 1400 Commerce St., Dallas. Had no record that LHO had ever applied to the Baker Hotel for employment.
CD 205, p. 485

WALKER, IRA N., JR.
Walker, Ira N., Jr.    WC Testimony    Broadcast technician, Fort Worth.
Remote audio operator for WBAP-TV (since 1948)
Warren Report, pp. 329-330; WC Vol 21, p. 715

WALKER, LUKE
Woodrow Wilson Sooter alleged to have made statement to Walker that there would be an incident during parade November 22.
CD 301, pp. 284-285

WALKER, MRS EDNA

WALKER, MRS JAMES

WALKER, RICHARD D.
Ft. Worth attorney. Office: Rm 1707, 1st National Bank Bldg., Ft. Worth, TX. Jack Ruby called him 10/19/63.
WC Vol 23, p. 57; WC Vol 25, pp. 238, 240, 242, 246, 253-254; Cd 1413; HSCA Vol 9, p. 192

WALKER, ROY
Roy W. Walker...DPD.Patrol no 85...former partner to J.D Tippet....was in his district when told to go to the shooting...his radio show him having difficulty determining location..cruised Jefferson..3rd officer on scene...recognized Warren Reynolds as he went to junior high with him..and new him from the garage.....Reynolds gave the description to him, which he then reported...
Meyers' With Malice


WALKER, THOMAS RAY
Father of Barbara Faye Rowland (Mrs. Arnold Louis Rowland). Walker called the FBI at 8:30 p.m., May 12, 1963, trying to stop the marriage of his daughter to Arnold Louis Rowland.
CD 897, p. 59

WALL, BRECK (AKA BILLY RAY WILSON & BILLY RAY APPLETON)

Wall, Breck (a.k.a. Billy Ray Wilson)    WC Testimony    Acquaintance of Ruby
Producer of "Bottoms Up Review" at Adolphus Hotel. Friend of Jack Ruby.
Warren Report, pp. 327, 329, 333-334; WC Vol 11, p. 353; WC Vol 14, pp. 532, 599-617, 621-623, 638, 654; WC Vol 15, pp. 103, 265, 289, 342-343, 455, 552, 673; WC Vol 25, p. 187; CE 1566; CE 2316; CD 86, p. 342; CD 1121, pp. 7-14; CD 1149; CD 1193, p. 193; CD 1223; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 551, 555, 559-560; HSCA Vol 5, p. 176; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 423-424, 426, 1082, 1084-1086, 1089, 1091-1094, 1096-1098, 1100, 1104, 1115-1116, 1143-1144; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 291, 293, 457; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, p. 19; Plot or Politics, James, p. 166
http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/testimony/wall_b.htm
http://www.jfklancerforum.com/dc/dcboard.php?az=show_topic&forum=3&topic_id=38004

WALL, E.
HSCA Vol 10, p. 116

WALL, ERNEST C.
Special Agent FBI.
CD 75, p. 214

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

WALLACE, ----- (MISS)
Tenant at 223 S. Ewing when Jack Ruby asked her and her roommate, Judy Smalley, to care for his dogs on weekend in December 1962 and January 1963.
WC Vol 22, p. 874; CD 104, pp. 216-217

WALLACE, C. C. (LT.)
Dallas Police Department Lieutenant.
HSCA Vol 4, pp. 579, 582, 586-587

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

WALLACE, ED
Worked for New York World Telegram & Sun
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 79-82

WALLACE, GEORGE

WALLACE, HOWARD 
Member Denver Chapter Socialist Workers Party and FPCC.
WC 26, pp. 691-692; CE 3083

WALLACE, LEW (ALIAS OF LOUIS GOLDBERG)
CD 1202

WALLACE, MALCOLME E. (MAC)
 http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwallaceM.htm
 http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2326

WALLACE, MIKE
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 766-767

WALLACE, ROBERT
HSCA Vol 3, p. 357

WALLE, LEONARD
Husband of Marilyn April Moone Walle. He shot her in Omaha, Nebraska, on 8/31/66.
Forgive My Grief II, Jones, p. 17

WALLE, MARILYN APRIL MOONE
Former stripper. Married Leonard Walle of New Orleans. He shot her in Omaha, Nebraska, on 8/31/66.
HSCA Vol 4, p. 467; Forgive My Grief II, Jones, p. 17

WALLER, ALLEN (MR. & MRS.)
Friends of Martial Murret (LHO's cousin) in New Orleans. When Martial married in New Orleans in October 1963, the Wallers attended wedding. Allen Waller called John Murret in New Orleans, from Atlanta, on 7/16/63 and 9/1/63.
WC Vol 26, p. 773; CD 166, p. 26; CD 183, pp. 36-37

WALLER, RALPH

WALLER, WILLIAM
District Attorney of Jackson, Mississippi.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 151

WALLET (BLACK PLASTIC)

WALLET (BROWN, FBI Ex #114)

WALLET (J.D TIPPIT, BLACK)

WALLET (RED FBI Ex#382)

WALLIS, N. R.
HSCA Vol 1, p. 552

WALLS, H. M.
Supervisor, Dallas County Tax Assessing Department. Re Clifton Shasteen.
CE 3130

WALLSCHMIDT, HENRY
On August 1, 1963, Wallschmidt contacted the Soviet Embassy in Mexico City and "volunteered his services to them."
CIA Box 6, Folder 5, Doc 02824 (MMF 559)

WALSH, JACK P.
With Texas Aluminum Company. Had Carousel Club pass #186.
CD 4, p. 485

WALSH, JOHN W.
DOB: April 16, 1913; POB: Brooklyn, NY DOD: Nov. 12, 2000, at age 87; POD: Kaanapali, Maui. Obstetrician who delivered two children of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and John F. Kennedy and was called on to console Mrs. Kennedy following her husband's assassination. His wife of 55 years, Irene Ross Walsh, died in 1996. Walsh delivered John F. Kennedy, Jr., at Georgetown University Hospital. He delivered Patrick Kennedy in August 1963 at Otis Air Force Base on Cape Cod. Patrick died two days later. Walsh was a clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Georgetown University Medical School.
WC Vol 2, p. 143; Death of a President, Manchester, pp. 9, 27, 142, 384, 391, 398, 415-416, 427, 429-430, 447, 450-451, 510, 517, 559, 576, 668; Associated Press, Nov. 2000; New York Times, Sat., Nov. 25, 2000, p. A16

WALSH, TERRY
A journalist with Dallas Morning News who covered the assassination.
Information sheet of Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/63.

WALSTED (OR WELSTED),
Cryptonym of someone providing coverage of someone in Mexico.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10061 and JFK 104-10015-10334, Lifton's pp. 355-357 (originally released as CIA 24-534)

WALTER, DONALD E.
Special Agent, FBI. Interviewed Nosenko in February and March 1964.
HSCA Vol 12, pp. 539, 564-566

WALTER, JOSEY

WALTER, RALPH
Walters Ralph    11/23/63 Sheriff's report    Deputy Sheriff, County of Dallas

WALTER, VIC

WALTER, WILLIAM S.
FBI Security Clerk in New Orleans in 1963. Was on duty the day in August 1963 when John L. Quigley interviewed Oswald in the jail. Claimed that the FBI had both a security file and an informant file on Oswald. Walter also claimed that he was on duty night of Nov 17, 1963, when he received a teletype from FBI headquarters addressed to all FBI agents in charge of FBI field offices warning of an assassination attempt against President Kennedy's life during the forthcoming trip to Dallas Nov 22 or 23, 1963. Walter claimed his former wife, Sharon @overt, could substantiate his claim. She denied he ever told her about the teletype.
HSCA Report, pp. 191-192; Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy & Ricci, p. 482; Case Against Hoover, Joesten, p. 9; Coincidence or Conspiracy, Fensterwald, pp. 264-265; Conspiracy, Summers, pp. 310-311; Cover-Up, Shaw & Harris, p. 180; Crossfire, Marrs, pp. 228-229; High Treason, Groden & Livingstone, p. 475; JFK: Case for Conspiracy, Model, pp. 12-13; Kennedy Conspiracy, Flammonde, p. 274; On the Trail of the Assassins, Garrison, pp. 220-222; Reasonable Doubt, Hurt, p. 306; Nov 22: You Are the Jury, Belin, p. 184

WALTERS, BARBARA
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 209, 276

WALTERS, CHAPLAIN W.

WALTERS, CARL E. SA
Clerk with FBI.
CE 3131

WALTERS, DAVE
Prio's lawyer
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 719, 721-722

WALTERS, DOTTIE
Name and number in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 75; WC Vol 22, p. 520

WALTERS, RALPH
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff standing at Sheriff's door at 12:30 p.m., 11/22/63 and witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 19, p. 505

WALTERS, TEDDY
His name and number are in the Penway notebook kept by Larry Crafard.
WC Vol 19, p. 64; CD 4, p. 497

WALTERS, VERNON
HSCA Vol 4, p. 52

WALTHER, CAROLYN (MRS. ERIC)
Walther, Carolyn    December 5, 1963, FBI report    Witness at assassination scene
Employed on 3rd floor of Dal-Tex Bldg., 501 Elm, Miller & Randazzo. Was standing 50' south of Elm on east side of Houston. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 24, p. 522; CE 2086; CD 7, pp. 24-25; HSCA Vol 12, p. 4; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 396; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 56-58, 71
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_ZYa_nK-Gc&feature=related

WALTHERS, EDDY RAYMOND ("BUDDY")
Walthers, Eddy Raymond (Buddy)    WC Testimony, Sheriff's report    Deputy sheriff, Dallas County.
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff. Standing in front of Sheriff's office and witnessed assassination. Had Carousel Club pass #187. The 40-year olf Walthers was slain on 1/10/69 at Eastern Hills Motel on Samuell Blvd., Dallas, TX, by excaped prisoner from Georgia. Al Maddox was with Walthers at time. He was survived by wife, two daughters, Cheryl and Janis, and a son, Dennis Walthers. Walthers' wife, Dorothy J., remarried in 1972. She became Mrs. Richard O. Mangham.

His story was told in Brush With History: A Day in the Life of E. R. Walthers, by Eric Tagg
Warren Report, pp. 111, 165; WC Vol 3, p. 291; WC Vol 6, pp. 265, 271; WC Vol 7, pp. 188, 229, 544-552; CE 705, p. 368; Decker Exhibit 5323, pp. 506, 518-519, 534; CD 4, p. 485;  Brush with History: A Day In The Life Of  E. R. Walthers, Tagg;  Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, p. 6; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, p. 33; Forgive My Grief II, Jones, pp. 119, 121; Six Seconds in Dallas, Thompson, pp. 230, 267; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 283; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 69; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, p. 94; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 183-184
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwalthersB.htm
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=12549 

WALTON, BOB

WALTON, ELIZABETH CAROLYN
Walton, Elizabeth Carolyn    Shaw trial testimony    Witness at assassination scene

WALTON, TRUITT
Dallas Police Department officer. Friend of Jack Ruby.
WC Vol 23, p. 32

WALTZ, JON R.

WALTZER, BRUCE C.
Attorney who represented Dr. James Dombroski. Member of Castro organization. Went to Mexico to get money from Castro.
CE 3119; CD 407, p. 3; SSCIA 157-10006-10450 (MMF 1761)

WALVOORD, JOHN F.
President of Dallas Theological Seminary for thirty years before retirement April 1, 1986. Donald K. Campbell replaced Walvoord.
Dallas Times Herald, Thurs, May 16, 1985, p. A-21

WALZ, EDWARD J.
Partner with George deMohrenschildt in Waldem Oil Corp. 1952-1960. (Is Waldem named for Walz - Wal and deMohrenschildt - dem? Uncle of George's wife, Wynne Sharples.

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

WANERUS, PHILLIP SA

WANTED FOR TREASON 

WANTED FOR TREASON,


Handbills circulated in Dallas.
CE 2474; CD 949m SS Control No. 1507, 9 pp.
http://johnfitzgeraldkennedy.net/wantedfortreason.htm 

WANTED NOTICE CARD (FBI)

WAR IS HELL

WARD, ----- (DR.)
CIA 39; CIA 46-39

WARD, CHARLES
Chief Deputy Asst. District Attorney of Orleans Parish, LA. Flew to Vancouver to interview Donald P. Norton.
CIA 1230-515, p. 2

WARD, DANIEL
HSCA Vol 9, p. 22

WARD, HUGH F.
Operated private detective agency with Guy Banister at 544 Camp St., New Orleans, LA. Pilot who was killed with deLesseps Morrison, former New Orleans Mayor, in plane crash near Ciudad Victoria, Mexico, on Sunday, May 23, 1965. Belonged to Minutemen. Belonged to Caribbean Anticommunism League (a CIA cover since 1954 - re Farewell America).
Plot or Politics, James, p. 111; Farewell America, Hepburn, p. 324

WARD, IRENE ZASCODA
From Waco, TX. Met Jack Ruby 6/16/63. "Falcon Club, Waco, PL 2-9365" written on back of check.
WC Vol 22, p. 502; WC Vol 25, p. 254; CE 2497; CD 86, p. 188; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1088

WARD, JIM
Involved in fight with Jack Ruby in Eatwell Cafe in 1951.
WC Vol 22, p. 909

WARD, MARTIN (AKA WACHOWIAK)
Wife, Jadwiega, worked for Stan Slavic's Old Warsaw Restaurant. He worked for Bradshaw at Southwest Drug Co. His father was with Mercedes Benz in Argentina.
CD 1049; CD 1066, pp. 52-53; CD 1306, p. 109

WARD, RICHARD E.
Wife: Judith. Richard and Judith Ward made trip to Cuba sponsored by FPCC in December 1960.
CD 87 SS 407, p. 9

WARD, STEPHEN (DR.)
James Angleton's memo of Nov 23, 1963, regarding calls to Cambridge News before assassination.
CIA 46-39; CIA 1517-1093

WARD, THERAN MORRIS
Was Justice of Peace who signed JFK's death certificate. He gave Secret Service permission to take JFK's body. DOB: March 23, 1925; POB: Waurika, Oklahoma. DOD: Thursday, Dec. 21, 2000; POD: Baylor Medical Center, Garland, TX. Survived by daughter: Cathy Fowler, Mesquite, TX; son: Tom Ward, Roanoke, TX. Brothers: Dan Ward, Palatka, Florida; J. Frank Ward, Duncanville, TX; sister, Mary Helda Turner, Duncanville, TX., grandson: Gary Lambert, Jr., and his wife, Macy; granddaughters: Danielle Hardman, Tami Walker, and Christina Bergman, and three great-grandchildren.
HSCA Vol 7, pp. 189-190; Dallas Morning News, Sat., Dec. 23, 2000, p. 37A

WARDLAW, JACK
New Orleans States-Item reporter. He and Rosemary James wrote Plot or Politics. The CIA was disturbed by p. 49 of that book stating that Asst DA Alvin Oser had located a training camp near Bell Chasse, LA.
CIA Box 12, Folder 10 (MMF 1079)

WARNASCH, A. R.
Supervisor Fabrication Department at Collins Radio, Dallas.
CD 1085g, p. 2

WARNER, DORIS (MRS. CURTIS L. WARNER)
19-yr-old manager of 223 S. Ewing apartments where Ruby lived. According to letter from Dr. Walter Bromberg, dated, 5/18/76, Dr. John Latimer has a letter from Ruby to "Doris" dated 1/5/66, professing his love and wanting "Curtis" out of the way.
CE 2292; CD 4, p. 622; CD 1317, 7 pp.; CD 1348, p. 44; Dallas Morning News, 11/25/63, p. 7; Destiny in Dallas, Denson, p. 39 (her picture)

WARNER, LELAND W., JR.
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 310-312

WARNER, NORMAN E.
First Secretary of the American Embassy, Port au Prince. He interviewed George and Jeanne deMohrenschildt on December 4, 1963. Reinterviewed them on December 19, 1963.
CD 205, p. 598; CD 206, p. 168

WARNER, ROGER C.
Warner, Roger C.    Affidavit    Agent, U.S. Secret Service
Special Agent Secret Service.
CE 2554; CE 2668; CE 2998; CD 1377

WARNER, WYNN
A musician who had played at Statler Hilton in Dallas
WC Vol 22, pp. 905-906; CE 1484; CD 86, pp. 189-191

WARREN, BILLIE JEAN (MISS)
Is this the Miss Billie Jean Warren who handled a long distance call from Dallas to Mexico on 11/22/63 between 12:00 noon and the time she heard that JFK had been shot? The Dallas party was Pablo Brenner.
CD 205, pp. 359-362

WARREN COMMISSION
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwarrenR.htmhttp://www.maryferrell.org/wiki/index.php/Warren_Commission
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=8568  
Breach of Trust, McKnight


WARREN, EARL (CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT)
Waren, Earl    12/16/63 Executive session    Chairman of the Presidential Commission to Investigate the Asassination of President Kennedy
Chairman of Warren Commission.
CE 984, p. 401; CE 3025; HSCA Report, pp. 102, 246, 256; Truth About Assassination, p. 21; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 19, 26, 55, 74, 77, 132, 163, 215, 245-246, 250, 259, 262, 323, 334-335; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 7-8, 13, 23, 46, 181-182, 183, 229, 241-245, 255-257, 309-310, 314-315, 367, 369-371, 378, 380-381, 392, 395; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, pp. 16, 160, 185; Inquest, Epstein,
pp. 1, 6-8, 11, 14-16, 18, 22-25, 29-31, 33-34, 53, 61, 69, 77-79, 89; Breach of Trust, McKnight

Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, pp. 117, 132-133, 160; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 153, 155, 158, 194, 196
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwarren.htm 

WARREN, FRANKLIN E.

WARREN REPORT
Breach of Trust, McKnight
http://www.archives.gov/research/jfk/warren-commission-report/index.html
"The Warren Report: The Whole Truth?"
http://www.blackopradio.com/archives2011.html

WARREN, LESLIE SA


WARREN, WILSON

WARRIOR STAMP KIT

WARWICK HOME FOR BOYS

WASEM, EARL J., JR.
Was picked up by FBI in raid on Mike McLaney property at LaCombe.
New Orleans Times Picayune, Aug 1, 1963

WASHENKO, STEPHEN (AKA VASHENKO)
Name on U.S. Embassy, Moscow, Diplomatic List in 1959. His name appeared in "Sammy" paper (MMF 1741).
CIA document dated 8 September 1964 (MMF 1741)

WASHER BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE

WASHINGTON EVENING STAR

WASHINGTON, PHYLLIS MARIE (NEE STECKER)
Step-daughter of U.S. State Department official Harry Washington. She married George deMohrenschildt in Denver in 1941.
CD 1012, p. 3

WASHINGTON POST

WASP, U.S.S.
JFK Collection List, pg. 20 (AMKW 58)

WASSERMAN, JACK 
Immigration Lawyer
HSCA Vol 10, p. 112;  Mafia Kingfish, Davis (87, 102-3, 179, 462-3)

WATERFRONT TRANSFER COMPANY 

WATERMAN, BERNICE
Waterman, Bernice    WC Testimony    Adjudicator, Passport Office, Department of State.
WC Vol 26, p. 746

WATERMAN, JOHN
HSCA Vol 9, p. 515

WATERMAN, KEN C.
Earl Ruby called him Sept 26, 1963, and 10/18/63.
WC Vol 26, p. 308; CE 2865, p. 1; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1091

WATERMAN, SANDY
HSCA Vol 5, p. 148

WATERS, CHARLIE

WATERS, HAROLD T.
A journalist with Associated Press who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93.

WATERS, PHILO W.
CD 7, p. 161

WATERS, WILLIAM (LT.)
HSCA Vol 5, p. 148

WATHERWAX, ARTHUR WILLIAM ?(? WEATHERWAX)
Watherwax, Arthur William    WC Testimony    Printer, Dallas newspaper.
Dallas Times Herald printer.
Warren Report, pp. 320, 322; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1100

WATNEY, ANTONY S. (? WATNE)
27-yr-old British engineer residing in New York. Got Mexican permit on 9/23/63 in Phoenix, FM-5-4484229. POB: London. Crossed border at Laredo 9/26/63, returned 10/3/63. British passport 34596.
WC Vol 24, p. 611

WATRISS, WHITNEY
HSCA Vol 8 pp. 189n., 199n., 225n.

WATSON, BASSETT (MRS.)
Name and address on Silviera List. She gave P.O. Box 6331.
CD 246, p. 22

WATSON, DANIEL STANLEY
CIA officer in Mexico City 1965 to 1969. Deputy Chief of Mexico City Station from 1967 to 1969.
Lopez Report, p. 97; Lobster Magazine, Oct 1985, p. 12

WATSON, G. M. (MRS.)
CE 1907; CD 75, p. 58

WATSON, HOWELL H.
CE 1673; CD 302, pp. 71-72; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1090

WATSON, JACK
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff, radio operator. In Sheriff's radio room.
WC Vol 19, p. 522; HSCA Vol 12, p. 14

WATSON, JAMES
On 11/22/63, resident of 1026 N. Beckley. In December 1963, he worked for Trinity Flooring Company, 127 Oregon St., Dallas, TX. In 1963 Dallas telephone directory, there is a James Watson at 4727 Homer (Jack Ruby had lived there). In 1961, James M. Watson had lived at 3525 Travis, Apt. 103, where Juanita Buchanan lived in Apt. 1115. Doris Anglin's address re CD 105, p. 277. Declan Ford gave James Watson as a reference when applying for passport 10/10/57 at U.S. Consul's office, Madrid. (James Watson, 5625 Daniels, Dallas. This was once address of Declan Ford.) 1961 City Directory: James W. Watson, wife Lorraine, petroleum engineer, DeGolyer & MacNaughton, 6631 Orchid Lane, Dallas, TX.
CD 206, p. 140

WATSON, JAMES C.
Watson, James C.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Born and reared in Italy, TX. Detective in Criminal Investigation Division, Dallas Police Department. Auto Theft Bureau. Although he was not "on duty," he was in DPD basement and saw Ruby shoot Oswald on Sunday, November 24, 1963. Died Sunday, February 7, 1999, in RHD Memorial Medical Center in Dallas at age 78. Survived by wife, Lucy G. Watson of Dallas, and two sons, William W. Watson of Plano, and Jimmy J. Watson of Dallas.
WC Vol 21, pp. 716-720; Dallas Morning News, Wednesday, February 10, 1999, p. 33-A

WATSON, RADIO
Watson, Radio    Sheriff's report    Member Dalls County Sheriff's Department

WATSON, MARVIN W.
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (362)WATT, ----- (YN2) (EXOS)
"ONI", p. 30

WATTS, PFC
(H&L)

WATTS, CLYDE J. (GEN.)
Watts, Clyde J.    WC Testimony    Attorney representing Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker
Attorney who represented Gen. Edwin A. Walker with Atty. A. V. Grant of St. Jo, Texas. Gen. Watts was killed in plane crash on 11/22/75.
WC Vol 25, pp. 367, 732; CE 2389, p. 10

WATTS, FRANK W.
Former Chief Felony Prosecutor for Dallas County District Attorney Henry Wade. One of the four men who prosecuted Jack Ruby for murder of LHO. Died Thurs, Oct 8, 1981, at age 74. Survived by wife: Ima Lee Watts, and a stepson, Pat Oliver of Dallas.
Dallas Times Herald, Sun, Oct. 11, 1981, p. B-5

WATTS, FRANKLIN
His wife, Helen Hoke Watts, is mother of John L. Hoke, husband of Sylvia Hyde Hoke who is Ruth Paine's sister.
CD 504, pp. 4, 10-12

WATTS, ROWLAND
Attorney.
WC Vol 10, pp. 109-116

WAUSAU, WI

WAVE FILES, ----- (SEE JMWAVE)

WAYNE, ARTY
Had an orchestra in Chicago before going to Hollywood as a singer. From Jack Ruby's old neighborhood in Chicago.
CE 1703; CD 914, pp. 16-17; CD 1137, p. 5; HSCA Vol 5, p. 185

WAYNE, JOHN

WBAP

WDSU-TV (NO)

WEATHERED, C. J.
Earl Ruby called him 9/30/63 two times.
WC Vol 26, p. 308

WEATHERFORD, HARRY H.
Weatherford, Harry    11/23/63 Sheriff's report    Deputy Sheriff, County of Dallas
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff. Was standing in Sheriff's door. Witnessed assassination. Accidentally electrocuted at his home in Buena Vista, Colorado, Thursday, May 19, 1983. Buried in Restland, Dallas, TX on Monday, May 23, 1983. Survived by a son, Harry Weatherford, Jr., of Houston.
WC Vol 19, p. 502; CE 705, p. 368; Decker Exhibit 5323, pp. 502-504; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 42; Midlothian Mirror, Thurs, Aug 15, 1968; Dallas Times Herald, Sat., May 21, 1983, p. A-23

WEATHERLY, CHARLES BASCOM
Regional Marketing Analyst for Studebaker Automotive Sales Corp., Atlanta, GA. Called Supreme Court 11/22/63 accusing Earl Warren and Associate Justice Black of causing the assassination of JFK.
CD 7, pp. 678-679

WEATHERLY, DARYL
Weatherly, Daryl    ARRB Testimony    Assassination researcher

WEATHERWAX, ARTHUR

WEAVER, JACK A.
Took a Poloroid photograph of TSBD, showing 6th floor window, seconds before assassination. Worked at 829 Fidelity Union Life Bldg., 1511 Bryan, Dallas, TX, for Grady Truitt Company, a mortgage loan company. (Grady Truitt lived in Amarillo, TX.) (Weaver's mother, Marie B. Weaver, was born 11/24/09 and died 4/1/75 in Irving, TX. Buried in Santa Anna, TX.) Was a probate attorney. Committed suicide in late 1970s.
CD 205, p. 175; CD 329, p. 15; Six Seconds in Dallas, Thompson, p. 248

WEAVER, GEORGE
HSCA Vol 6, p. 12

WEAVER, GERALD
Ralph Paul called him 10/12/63 and 11/22/63.
WC Vol 25, pp. 256-257

WEAVER, ROBERT
Weaver had known Ruby since late 1940s. Worked on Ruby's books for both Vegas and Carousel Clubs. Prepared Jack Ruby's 1961 tax return. Ruby had Weaver's $75 I.O.U. on back of Southwestern Life Ins. Co, New Orleans agent's card, 11/24/63.
WC Vol 23, pp. 148-149; CE 1678; CD 302, pp. 119-120; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1083

WEBB, GARY.

WEBB, HARRY A. (COL.)
HSCA Vol 10, p. 115

WEBB, ROLAND C.

WEBB, THOMAS D., JR.
On Nov 25, 1963, "Miller" alleges Jack Ruby knows Thomas D. Webb, Jr., and Clint Murchison. They deny.
CD 84, p. 134

WEBBS WAFFLE SHOP
(H&L)

WEBER, KENT
German agent who worked for Captain Nikolay Khokhlov and was to assassinate Okolovich in February 1954.

WEBERMAN, ALAN J.
CD 1552a, p. 11
Author of Coup D'Etat in America.
HSCA Vol 4, p. 366; CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 465); MMF 2294

WEBSTER, HARRY

WEBSTER, ROBERT EDWARD
DOB: 12/23/28; (Social Security Death Index shows DOB as 10/23/28; POB: Tiffin, Ohio. DOD: 11/11/99; POD: Fall River, MA; SS # 170-22-6236 Former Navy 7917938. A plastics expert employed by Rand Development Corp of Cleveland, Ohio. Defected to USSR 7/11/59; EE 18854 or EE-18852 (?) = CIA file number; returned to United States on 5/20/62. CE 917 (WC Vol 18, p. 115) has his name and number redacted: "Robert Edward Webster, 7917938." In 1992 he is in a nursing home.
WC Vol 18, 113, 352; WC Vol 26, p. 48; CD 49, pp. 25-26; CD 370; CD 1066, pp. 583-584; CD 1114 XI 6, pp. 1-4; CD 1115 XIII, p. 54; HSCA, Vol. XII, pp. 436-39, 449-51; "ONI", pp. 149, 191, 195; CIA 297, p. 6; CIA 596-252f; CIA 599-252-I; CIA 624-823; LHO's INS File (MMF 1698); Washington Post, Sun, Nov. 1, 1959; HSCA Reel 17, Box 11, Folder S, T, U, V (AMKW 13); HSCA Reel 18, Box 12, Folder B, C (AMKW 13)

WECHSLER, DAVID (DR.)
HSCA Vol 2, p. 530

WECHSLER, JAMES
With New York Post.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 158

WECHSLER, MILTON
HSCA Vol 9, p. 982

WECHT, CYRIL H.
Wecht, Cyril H.    HSC Testimony    Dissenting member of the House Forensic Pathology Panel
Testifed to HSCA.
HSCA Vol 1, pp. 332-373; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 199-209

WEDEMEYER, A. C. (GENERAL)
Corresponded with H. L. Hunt.
Dallas Times Herald, Tues, July 22, 1969

WEEDEN, GERALD D.
Wife: Jeannette. Large man walking across street with hammer in his hand pictured at scene of assassination.
WEEKLY PEOPLE

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

WEGENER, ANNA (MISS)
Interviewed by FBI 4/13/64 in New Orleans.
CD 866

WEGMANN, CYNTHIA ANNE, ESQ.
Wegmann, Cynthia Anne    ARRB Testimony    Daughter of Edward Wegmann
Daughter of late Edward F. Wegmann, who, with his brother William J. Wegmann, defended Clay Shaw in 1967 and throughout the trial.

WEGMANN, EDWARD F.
Wegmann, Edward F.    Shaw trial testimony     Attorney working for Clay Shaw
The above is apparently address of Edward F. Wegmann's widow. He had a daughter, Cynthia Anne Wegmann, who is a lawyer in New Orleans in 1995. In 1967, Clay Shaw retained the Wegmann brothers (Edward F. and William J.) to defend him. They called in F. Irvin Dymond to be chief defence counsel.
Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, pp. 156, 171, 188, 200, 201, 375 n. 72

WEGMANN, WILLIAM J., SR.
In 1967, Clay Shaw retained the Wegmann brothers, Edward F. and William J., to defend him. They, in turn, called in F. Irvin Dymond to be chief defence counsel.
Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, pp. 156, 369 n. 81

WEGNER, ANNA

WEHLE, PHILIP C. (MAJOR GENERAL)
Commanding Officer of U. S. Military District, Washington, D.C. He entered JFK's autopsy room at Bethesda to ascertain from the Secret Service arrangements concerning the transportation of JFK's body back to the White House. (Wehle's aide was Richard A. Lipsey)
CD 7, p. 282; HSCA Vol 7. p. 8; Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy & Ricci, pp. 496-497

WEICHERT WILLIAM 
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (468)

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

WEIGMAN, DAVE
NBC Photographer.
CD 7, p. 32; HSCA Vol 6, p. 12

WEINBERG, JAMES
Chicago Mafia member involved with Sheriff Guthrie bribery in 1947.
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 149, 154-156, 158, 514-515, 519, 1014, 1061, 1129, 1152

WEINBERG, MIKE
HSCA Vol 9, p. 515

WEINER, EDWIN ANTHONY (DR.)
DOB: 20 July 1910; POB: Sarajevo, Yugoslavia. Became naturalized citizen on 10 August 1943. Of Russian origin, traveled to Haiti, in November 1964, with Miss Vera Somoff, an American of Austrian origin. They were guests of George and Jeanne deMohrenschildt for a few days at the Villa Valbrune, Port-au-Prince. Wife: Claa WIENER (sic)
CIA 124-10135-10123; CIA 100-30965-106, pp. 3, 24; NW 381-3, 24

WEINER, IRWIN SIGNEY (AKA "STRUCKY")
Weiner, Irwin Signey    HSC deposition    Associate of Jack Ruby
Chicago bail bondsman (owned American Bonding Agency) indicted in February 1974 for Teamster Fund fraud in Central States Pension Fund. Jack Ruby called him October 26, 1963. When Weiner was interviewed re Ruby, he refused to give any information.
WC Vol 22, p. 926; WC Vol 25, pp. 242, 254; CD 84, p. 229; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 193 (profile), 1040 (biography), 1046-1079 (testimony); Rolling Stone, 5/20/76, p. 50; Captive City, DeMaris, p. 83; Chicago Daily News, 2/19/64, pp. 1, 6; Fall & Rise of Hoffa, pp. 137-138, 145, 262, 266-268, 364; Wall Street Journal, Wed, 2/20/74; Dallas Morning News, 2/20/74; Mafia Kingfish, Davis (182, 299)

WEINER, JERRY
Gordon Novel's attorney in Columbus.
CIA 1462-492-BE (MMF 2048-2056)

WEINERT, PHILIP
A captain in the Army and a friend of Admiral Bruton's son. Weinert dropped by the Bruton home when George deMohrenschildt had the Oswalds "visiting."
Legend, Epstein, pp. 184, 344

WEINREB, LLOYD L.

WEINSTEIN, ABE L (WIFE, VIRGINIA LEE)
Wife: Ginny - died September 1968. DOB: 1907 Operated Colony Club at 1322-1/2 Commerce. Discovered Candy Barr. Immigrated to USA from London, England in 1910 at age 3. 4/15/33 opened Triangle Club, Dallas. Owned clubs in Dallas, Houston and Ft. Worth. Opened Studio Lounge, Oak Lawn and Lemmon, Dallas. Later sold it to Jack Ruby. Abe's son Larry Weinstein opened a club Encounters atop the Doubletree Inn in December 1985. Two other sons, Mark and Steve Weinstein owned a club in Austin in 1985 - Tootsy's. DOD: Tuesday, January 4, 2000, at Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Survived by four sons: Steven, Larry and Gary of Dallas, and Mark of Austin. Weinstein's sister, Rachel Kaye, died Sunday, January 2, 2000, at age 96.
Warren Report, pp. 325, 329, 333; CE 1712; CD 4, pp. 155, 579; CD 688; CD 700; CD 1177; Dallas Times Herald, Sat., June 5, 1982; Dallas Times Herald, Thurs., October 31, 1985; Dallas Morning News, Wednesday, January 5, 2000, pp. 21-A, 25-A

WEINSTEIN, BARNEY L.
Manager Theater Lounge, 1326 Jackson, Dallas, 742-2677. Died Friday, 2/5/71, in a Hot Springs, Arkansas, hospital after suffering a heart attack at his hotel. Survived by wife: Mae, Dallas; daughter, Mrs. Maxine Rose of San Antonio; brothers: Abe of Dallas and Ben of Dallas.
Warren Report, pp. 325, 327, 334; WC Vol 25, pp. 266, 269, 377; CE 2398; CD 4, p. 155; Dallas Morning News, 2/7/71, p. 35-A; Dallas Times Herald, 2/7/71, p. A-37

WEINSTEIN, GERARDO
Concerned Yaeko Okui.
CE 1864; CE 1867; CD 980b; CD 1066, pp. 574-577

WEINSTOCK, LOUIS
Weinstock, Louis    Affidavit    General manager, the Worker.
General Manager of The Worker. He wrote letter to LHO 12/19/62 thanking him for "blow-ups." Died Saturday, 11/26/94, in Redlands, California, at age 91. He had lived in Hemet, California.
WC Vol 11, p. 207; WC Vol 21, p. 72; WC Vol 24, p. 506; CD 166, p. 30; CD 1085e1, p. 11; Legend, Epstein, p. 348; Assassination of JFK, A. Newman, pp. 295-296, 404; New York Times, 11/29/94

WEIR, SHIRLEY Y.
Occupant of apartment in complex where Jack Ruby lived.
CD 4, pp. 622, 624, 642

WEISBAND, WILLIAM
"...a disloyal employee of the Armed Forces Security Council" who alerted the Soviets to the fact that the U.S. had broken its code in 1950.
Playboy, April 1980, p. 250, col. 3

WEISBERG, A. J. (MRS.)
Sister of George Senator.
WC Vol 25, p. 508; CE 2415; CD 1215

WEISBERG, HAROLD
Wife: Lil. One of the best researchers into the Kennedy assassination, Former Senate investigator. Author of Whitewash series, Frame-up and Post Mortem.
CIA 1030-960, p. 2; CIA 1081-963; CIA 1107-420, para. 3; HSCA Vol 1, pp. 430, 442; HSCA Vol 6, pp. 13, 243; MMF 2307-2309 (NSA 144-10001-10029)
ARCHIVE:http://jfk.hood.edu/

WEISBROD, NORMAN N. "NED"
Owner of Oklahoma City Liquor Store. Partner with Sam Lasser in Mode Imports, wholesalers of sunglasses in Dallas. From Chicago. Did not know Jack Ruby in Chicago but Sam Ruby says he is Jack's friend. Weisbrod stayed at Ambassador Hotel at 1312 S. Ervay when Silver Spur was in 1700-block of S. Ervay.
WC Vol 21, p. 377; WC Vol 22, pp. 330, 332; CD 4, p. 287

WEISBURG, WILLIE
HSCA Report, p. 165; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 443-444, 457-458; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 39-40; Mafia Kingfish, Davis(314-5)

WEISENTHAL, PHYLISS (MRS.)
 Formerly Mrs. Stanley Isenberg. Isenberg was co-owner of Stanley Oliver Mfg. Co.. He died and she remarried in 1955. She said she knew Jack Ruby and his family but Ruby "never worked for Stanley Oliver."
CD 1199 a, b, c
WEISS, CHARLES SA

WEISS, IRVING

WEISS, MARK (PROF.)
Weiss, Mark    HSC Testimony    Accoustic expert.
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 555-615; HSCA Vol 8, pp. 3-32

WEISS, VICTOR (DR.)
Physician at Louisiana State Hospital in Jackson, LA. Allegedly treated Rose Cheramie.
HSCA Vol 10, pp. 200-201 Mafia Kingfish, Davis(606-7)

WEISSMAN, BERNARD WILLIAM
Weissman, Bernard William    WC Testimony 1, 2    Codraftsman and signer of November 22, 1963, full-page advertisement.
http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/jfk/wc/wcvols/wh11/pdf/WH11_Weissman.pdf
http://www.jfk-assassination.de/warren/wch/vol5/page525.php

A young far-right salesman, Weissman authored the very aggressive "Welcome Mister Kennedy to Dallas", by the American Fact-Finding Committee, published in the Dallas Morning News on November 22, 1963.

Terrified to think that some may accuse him of being responsible for the assassination, he hid for four hours in a bar, repeating, about Kennedy's assassin : "I hope he's not a member of Walker's group".


DOB: 11/1/37. POB: Bronx, New York. Wife: Jane Weissman, RFD 4, Jefferson Valley, New York. From June 1956 to Dec 1957, he was employed by the Nuclear Development Corp., White Plains, New York, as a model and tool maker. Dallas residence: 4618 Reiger, Apt. 7.


Warren Report, pp. 272-278, 313, 320, 324, 332, 344-345; CE 2430; CE 2475-C; CE 2986; WC 26, p. 754; CE 3115; CD 7, pp. 683-721; CD 1439, pp. 3-4; CD 1440; CD 1447; CD 1465, pp. 1-5; CD 1503; CIA 251-97; HSCA Vol 5, p. 180; HSCA Vol 11, p. 310; The Witnesses, p. 383; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 214; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 248-251, 254-255, 257-259; Forgive My Grief, Jones, pp. 75-77, 88, 120, 125, 128, 134, 136; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, p. 192; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 147-148, 195, 197, 200-205
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKweissmanB.htm
http://jfkassassination.net/russ/testimony/weissma1.htm
http://www.namebase.org/xweg/Bernard-Weissman.html
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=660
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=5923
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2916
http://johnfitzgeraldkennedy.net/wantedfortreason.htm 

WEISSMAN, HARRY
Father of Bernard Weissman.
CD 7, p. 694

WEITZMAN, MOSES
Weitzman, Moses    ARRB Testimony    Photographic expert who has worked with the Zapruder film.

WEITZMAN, SEYMOUR
Weitzman, Seymour    WC Testimony    Deputy constable, Dallas County.
Deputy Constable. Standing at Main and Houston 11/22/63 and witnessed assassination. Wife: Jean
Warren Report, pp. 85-86; WC Vol 7, p. 106; CE 2003, pp. 228, 297; CD 5, pp. 124-127; Weitzman Exhibit; HSCA Vol 1, p. 442; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 355, 359; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 78, 84-85, 172, 190; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 35-37, 56, 114-115, 118-120, 383-384; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, pp. 83, 118-121, 202; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 166-171, 177
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4l9Sczs9aI&feature=related

WELCH, BOB
A journalist with WBAP who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93

WELCH, F. L.
Assistant Chief, Counterintelligence Div., Dir of Special Investigations, The Inspector General, Department of the Air Force, Headquarters United States Air Force, Washington 25, D.C.
"ONI", p. 123

WELCH, RICHARD
On June 10, 1967, Welch, carrying diplomatic passport "will arrive Mexico City 19 June on Pan Am at 2010 hours carrying special materials for Curtis." (Curtis = Winston Scott)
CIA 1406-492-A; CIA Box 15, Folder 14, Doc 6687 (MMF 1033)

WELCH, ROBERT WINBORNE
Candy manufacturer with James Welch Company. John Birch Society. Earl Ruby called but IRS listed as doubtful.
WC Vol 26, p. 460
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwelchR.htm

WELCOLME WAGON (FW)
(H&L)

WELD WILLIAM F.
Mafia Kingfish, Davis (461)

WELDENBENNER, W. A.
Sold 1960 Oldsmobile to Jack Ruby 1/31/62. Jack Ruby borrowed $1,375.00 on it 1/31/63.
CE 3150; CD 4, p. 581; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1084 (erroneously Weldonhenner)
WELL, JIM E.

WELLMAN, CARLOS
HSCA Vol 9, p. 930

WELLMAN, EDITH (MRS. CARL WELLMAN)
A widow living in Mexico City in November 1963. Her sister is married to Edward Meyers (Lawrence V. Meyers' brother).
HSCA Vol 9, p. 930

WELLS, FRED
A student at Cedar Hill Junior High School.
CD 7, p. 271

WELLS, LINDA MRS. DANNY
Roscoe White's sister.

WELSH, DAVID
HSCA Vol 5, p. 489

WELZ, BARBARA L.
Attorney at law. Has a wooden leg. Pixie Lynn (Helen Kay Smith) said Welz at party attended by Jack Ruby and LHO.
WC Vol 25, p. 161; CD 320, pp. 2, 4; CD 372 (SS 946)

WENNER, B. H.
Owner Stage Loan Co.
CE 2995, p. 208; CD 1193, p. 208

WENSTROM, JOHAN ARTUR
Wrote letter to US Embassy in Stockholm 2/21/64 re "dangerous organizations" and picture of LHO with clenched fist. Sent letter to CIA with photograph. Wenstrom was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment for espionage in Sweden.
CIA 249, pp. 179-182 (original letter and envelope); CIA 581-249

WENTZ, ALVIN
American Soldier of Fortune.
Miami Herald, 1/6/61, p. 22a

WERLEIN'S MUSIC STORE (NO)

WERBELL, MITCHELL LIVINGSTON, III (AKA ALEX WILSON)
DOB: March 7, 1918. On 2/28/68, he was convicted with Masferrer re Haiti. On 7/1/77, Mary Ferrell had lunch with WerBell at Brass Rail in Dallas. While discussing Kennedy assassination, WerBell said, "There is something -- not CIA nor NSA -- that is bigger... What if it were a group of 'concerned citizens' -- not government at all?" (WerBell and Walt Machem were in Dallas 'for the day' at the Passport Inn, 8051 LBJ Freeway, 234-2431, in room 120.) Rumor (from George Burnett) in Atlanta that WerBell received telephone call from Havana just before Castro took over. WerBell took man with hollow leg to Havana and brought back $3 million in man's hollow leg. WerBell was Chairman of the Board of Military Armaments Corporation, a firm based in Georgia. Bernardo De Torres was Latin American sales representative for Military Armaments Corporation. WerBell died December 16, 1983, in Los Angeles.
Scanlan's Magazine, March 1970, pp. 4-5; Spooks, Hougan, pp. 3-28, 79-83; Great Heroin Coup, Kruger, pp. 8, 16, 164, 181-186; The Last Investigation, Fonzi, 67-69, 237-239, 265; HSCA Reel 18, Box 12, Folder D (AMKW 13); HSCA Reel 56, Box 32, Folder F (AMKW 32); MMF 2302 (DIA 111-10001-10092 Withheld); MMF 2303 (DIA 111-10001-10094 Withheld); MMF 2304 (DIA 111-10001-10095 Withheld); MMF 2305 (DIA 111-10001-10099 Withheld); MMF 2306 (DIA 111-10001-10102 Withheld); 1/26/78 letter from G. Robert Blakey to Ms. Deanne C. Siemer, General Counsel, Dept of Defense, Wash, D.C. 20301, p. 3
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwerbell.htm
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4tx23_american-mercenaries-the-true-story_tech
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=15147
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=5833
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2359
http://recolumns.blogspot.com/2010/12/mitchell-werbell-interview.html
http://www.edmarger.com/articles/werbelldraftingdefense.htm

WERNER, ERWIN A. (M.R.)
While the deMohrenschildts were in Haiti, they received mail with the return address: "Erwin A. Werner, M. R., 19 East 80th Street, New York 21, New York" postmarked 8 November 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, p. 16; NW 381-16

WERSHBA, JOSEPH

WESSIN Y WESSIN, COLONEL

WEST, BEN
HSCA Vol 5, p. 489

WEST, JESSAMYN
Interviewed Ruth Paine. Wrote 'Prelude to Tragedy: The Woman Who Sheltered Lee Oswald's Family Tells Her Story.'
WC Vol 22, p. 850; CE 1439; Redbook July 1964; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, pp. 163, 173, 175

WEST, JOE
Occupant of apartment in complex where Jack Ruby lived.
CD 4, pp. 622-623

WEST, LOUIS JOLYON, M.D. (AKA DR. JOLIAN WEST)
Professor of Psychiatry at Univ. of Oklahoma School of Medicine. In the early 1960s, he ran LSD research program financed by CIA. Examined Jack Ruby in April 1964. By 1973, he was Chairman of Dept. of Psychiatry at Univ. of California at Los Angeles and Director of its Neuropsychiatric Institute. He proposed to Gov. Ronald Reagan creation of a multi- disciplinary Center for the Study and Reduction of Violence.
CD 1469; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 532, 534-535; Journey Into Madness, Gordon Thomas, p. 284

WEST, ROBERT H. "BOB"
Dallas County surveyor from 1944 through 1982 who furnished plat of the assassination scene. DOB: July 15, 1920; DOD: July 11, 1995. Survived by wife: Ethel "Pete" Lorraine West; daughters: CaSandra West and Vicki West Granberry; son: Anthony Due West.
CD 87 SS 633, p. 2; Dallas Morning News, Sunday, July 16, 1995, p. 35-A

WEST, TROY EUGENE
West, Troy Eugene    WC Testimony    Employee, TSBD.
DOB: 3/11/07. POB: Leon County, TX. Employee of TSBD who possibly handled cartons on 6th floor. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 6, p. 361; CE 1381; CE 3131; CD 706(mmm); CD 897, pp. 60, 63-64; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 60-61

WEST GERMANY, (TRAVEL OF THE OSWALDS)
Regards a TWX from Cologne giving information on travel data for Lee and Marina Oswald.
CIA 353-720 (CIA Box 3, Folder 6 (MMF 1327-1338)

WEST SIDE STATE BANK (FW)
H&L

WESTBROOK, KAREN
Employee of Southwestern Publishing Company in TSBD. Standing on Elm Street and witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 679; CE 1381; CD 706(nnn); Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, Section 4, p. 1

WESTBROOK, WILLIAM R. (CAPT.)
Westbrook, W. R.    WC Testimony    Captain, Dallas Police Department.
Captain with Dallas Police Department. Radio # 550
Warren Report, p. 163; WC Vol 21, pp. 725-726; CE 705, pp. 422, 469; CE 2003, p. 103; CE 2249; CD 7, p. 313; CD 205, p. 206; HSCA Vol 4, pp. 586-587; HSCA Vol 9, p. 144; Whitewash, Weisberg, pp. 126, 189; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 202-203
WESTER, FRANKLIN EMMET
Employee of TSBD.
CE 1381; CD 706 (ooo)
(H&L)
WESTER, JANE CAROLYN
Wester, Jane Carolyn    WC Testimony    Nurse, Parkland Hospital.
Registered nurse in Parkland Hospital's O-R. Shared her home with nurse Diana Hamilton Bowron, an English nurse. Wester "received a phone call from the emergency room asking us to set up for a cranlotomy." (See WC Vol 6, p. 121) (See Sibert and O'Neill report.) Went from Parkland to Presbyterian as head of operating room. Died from cancer approximately 1990.
WC Vol 6 (120-123)
WESTERN CATRIDGE COMPANY
WESTERN UNION
Jack Ruby's receipt for $25.00 to Karen Bennett 11/24/63 at 11:16 a.m.
CD 1505
WESTON, JAMES T. (DR.)
HSCA Vol 1, pp. 145, 204, 376; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 5, 75-77, 199, 202-203
WESTON, SHARI ANGEL
Stripper at Carousel Club. Married to emcee Wally Weston. In 1963, she was 29 years of age.
WC Vol 22, pp. 931-932; CE 1512; CD 4, pp. 514-516
WESTON, WALLY (ALIAS OF WALTER DARRELL SHUMAKE)
Emcee at Carousel Club. Married to stripper Shari Angel.
WC Vol 19, p. 75; WC Vol 22, p. 931; WC Vol 24, p. 380; CE 1530; CD 4, pp. 781-783; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 162, 183, 1085, 1089, 1092, 1098, 1132
WESTPHAL, ROY WILLIAM, JR.
DOB: 9/26/31; POB: Dallas, TX. Detective with Dallas Police Department. Died Saturday, March 25, 1995, at age 63. Survived by wife: Wilma; sons: Gary Westphal (wife Susan), of Mesquite, and David Westphal (wife Tina) of Mesquite; daughter: Jeanne Hardin of Mesquite; mother: Emogine Westphal, of Wiley, TX.
CE 2003, pp. 260, 319; Dallas Morning News, Sunday, March 26, 1995, p. 41-A
WESTRA, MITCHELL W.
WEXLER, SHIRLEY BOREN
George Senator's former wife.
CD 1225; CD 1306, p. 15
WEYL, NATHANIEL
Author "Red Star Over Cuba." CD 812 is re Frank Fiorini. Was involved in financing Operation TILT (Bayo-Pawley Affair).
E 2951; CD 810; CD 812, pp. 1-26; CIA Box 6, Folder 12, Doc 02989 (MMF 334)
WFAA-TV (DALLAS)
WH-15601 (JACK RUBY)
WH-21985 (MARY BLEDSLOE)
WH-30062 (ENCO SERVICE STATION)
WH-38993 1026 N. BECKLEY)
WHALEN, EDWARD JAMES
Whalen, Edward James    Garrison Report on    Associate of David Ferrie
WHALEN, WILLIAM H. (LT. COL.)
U.S. Army Intelligence officer who worked for Joint Chiefs of Staff. Arrested in 1966 as KGB spy. FBI had been watching him since 1959.
CIA & Cult of Intelligence, pp. 217-219; Famous Soviet Spies, pp. 173-174
WHALES, TONY (ALIAS OF ALDO MARZANI)
WC Vol 15, p. 734
WHALEY, WILLIAM WAYNE
Whaley, William Wayne    WC Testimony 1, 2, 3    Taxicab driver in Dallas.
Cab driver who drove Lee Harvey Oswald from Greyhound Bus Station to 500 block of Beckley (beyond his address) on 11/22/63. Died 12/18/65, as result of head-on collision.
Warren Report, pp. 160-162, 252, 649-650; WC Vol 21, p. 727; CE 343; CE 370; CE 382; CE 2003, p. 64; Whaley Exhibit; CD 205, p. 150; HSCA Vol 4, p. 467; The Witnesses, p. 105; Forgive My Grief I, Jones, 174; Whitewash I, Weisberg, 113-118, 153-156, 158, 200-206; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 164-168, 193, 333, 384; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 54, 108, 171-172, 191; Forgive My Grief II, Jones, p. 12; Six Seconds in Dallas, Thompson, pp. 244, 247; Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, pp. 83-85, 186, 248, 276, 299-300, 457; Best Evidence, Lifton, p. 351; The Assassinations, Scott & Hoch, pp. 58, 85; Farewell America, Hepburn, 283
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3G8FZ92vjs&feature=related
WHATLEY, VIDA LEE
Lyons & Carnahan employee (TSBD) who was shopping at Kress's 11/22/63.
CE 1381; CD 707(ppp)
WHATTLEY, RICHARD D. (DICK)
Mercenary hired (with Sturgis) for Bay of Pigs invasion. According to Loren Hall, Whattley's name was at top of Robert K. Brown's report to FBI regarding Drennan's anti-JFK statements.
Rolling Stone Magazine, 5/20/76, p. 45
WHEAT, CLAYTON E., JR.
Director of National Rifle Association. Tested rifle similar to Lee Harvey Oswald's. Tried to duplicate LHO's "feat" with rifle (LHO required 6.8 seconds). Wheat did NOT duplicate ALL conditions but used 6.2 seconds.
CD 1309; CD 1484, p. 5; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 80 (Whyte should be Wheat)
WHEAT, CLINTON C.
Ex-convict subpoenaed by Jim Garrison regarding discussions in Los Angeles about assassination. Right-wing meetings held at Wheat's home in California before he moved to Oregon in 1964 or 1965.
New Orleans Times Picayune, 5/14/68; Kennedy Conspiracy, Flammonde, p. 202; Legacy of Doubt, Noyes, pp. 179-180
WHEATON, GENE "MILTON GENE WHEATON"
Inside the Shadow Government, Christic Institute; Radio tapes from Oct and Nov 1992.
WHEELER, E. D.
WHEELER, FLOYD LESTER ("COTTON")
Self-employed. As a rule works as concessionaire for local carnivals. Gave affidavit re Ruby and Oswald in Jack's Bar as related by Vern Davis.
WC Vol 25, p. 359; CE 2384; CE 2819; CD 104, pp. 298-300
WHEELER, NEIL
HSCA Vol 9, p. 1081
WHEELES, JAMES E.
Retired Major, U.S. Air Force. Employed as agent with John Hancock Life Insurance Co. At gun range one of days LHO allegedly there.
CE 2919; CD 205, pp. 100, 102; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 334
WHELAN, JOHN EDWARD
CIA 1362-1061-A
WHEN THEY KILL A PRESIDENT
Unfinished manuscript by Roger Craig.
http://scribblguy.50megs.com/craig.htm
http://www.ratical.org/ratville/JFK/WTKaP.html
WHIDBEE, HARRY H. SA
WHIPPLE, DAVID D.
In Zaire during early 1960's. On 20 June 1975, John Leader of Inspector General's Staff visited CIA and asked that David Whipple be present. Re: WIROGUE.
CIA Box 8, Folder 26, Doc 5857 (Attached to Doc 4048) (MMF 1220)
WHISTLER, ELAINE
Harold Doyle's landlady in Klamath Falls. Elaine's mother owns house where Doyle used to live at 919 High St., Klamath Falls, Oregon.
89A-DL-60165-65 (MMF 2500)
WHITAKER, ANTHONY
HSCA Vol 4, p. 465
WHITAKER, LUPE (MRS.) ("LUCY")
Stenographer for McMillan Company (TSBD) standing on Elm Street 11/22/63. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 681; CE 1381; CD 706(ggg)
WHITAKER, MIKE
With United Press International, Dallas, TX. Did NOT see Jack Ruby 11/22/63 at Captain Fritz' office.
WC Vol 25, p. 569; CE 2440; CD 1193, p. 162; CD 1200
WHITICKER, PEARL CLAVERIE
WHITBY, E. P.
(H&L)
WHITCOMB, DONALD DALE (M.D.)
At gun range one of days LHO allegedly there. Gave 2 6.5 mm. cartridge cases to FBI.
CE 2918; CD 205, pp. 100-101
WHITE, ALAN P.
DOB: 3/8/17. In Mexico 1963 to 1967. Deputy Chief of Station. First Secretary. When Jim Garrison's probe opened in early 1967, White made an interesting comment to Charles William Thomas. (Is his cryptonym "Gestetner"?) See CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10176 (originally numbered CIA 258-668 denied)
HSCA Vol 3, pp. 292-293; CIA 116-50 cover sheet; CIA 101-573 cover sheet; CIA 178-620 cover sheet; CIA 194-80 cover sheet; CIA 195-627 cover sheet; CIA 258-668 re-released as JFK 104-10015-10251, Lifton's pp. 144-146; CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10091 (cover) (originally released as CIA 56-20); CIA Doc JFK 104-10125-10001; CIA 123-587 (re-released as CIA 104-10015-10207, Lifton's pp. 94-97); JFK 104-10015-10277 (Lifton's pp. 209-211); JFK 104-10015-10309, Lifton's pp. 287-289; Who's Who in the CIA, Mader, p. 551
WHITE, BARNEY T.
Owner of Record Printing Company, 2818 Elm. Did Jack Ruby's printing for one and one-half years. "Overheard" saying Ruby and LHO were together at his printing shop. Denied it.
WC Vol 26, p. 186; CE 2797; CD 86, p. 589
WHITE, CHARLES (ALIAS OF CHARLES TOURINE, JR.)
HSCA Vol 5, p. 325
WHITE, CHARLOTTE
Ticket Clerk, AMTRAK Rail, Union Station, Dallas, TX. Re: Harold Doyle's travel schedule.
89A-DL-60165-28 (MMF 2370)
WHITE, ERNESTINE (MRS.)
Advised FBI that Joachim Rudolph Roehricht told her many young men in Texas wore the Swastika.
WC Vol 24, p. 529
WHITE, GENEVA
WHITE, GEORGE HUNTER
Ex-OSS man in World War II who went on to become a senior officer in the Bureau of Narcotics.
Secret Agenda, Hougan, pp. 7, 15; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, p. 768; Search for the Manchurian Candidate, Marks, pp. 6-8, 89-94, 97; The Great Heroin Coup, Kruger, p. 15; OSS, Smith, p. 86
WHITE, HAIL N. (MRS.)
"From Mrs. Hail N. White Special" appears on page 30 of LHO's address book. This name appears in Vol 16 (CE 18), LHO's address book.
WC Vol 16, pp. 69-70; CD 205, p. 701; CIA 481, p. 6; CIA 1294-481, p. 6
WHITE, HARRY DEXTER (JURIST, LAWYER, RICHARD)
WHITE, HENRY G.
Named Supervisor of the U.S. Marshal's Office in Dallas in April 1970 after having served as deputy U.S. marshall in Dallas for 23 years.
Dallas Times Herald, 4/11/70
WHITE, HOWARD P. ("PETE")
Wife: Margaret B. White. Attorney. Name in Larry Crafard's notebook. Attorney for John Thomas Masen. White's daughter Maury said Pete White was a cousin of Angus Wynne. Had Carousel Club pass #208. Mrs. Cuba Lee Glick Alexander asked White to handle her divorce from William Alexander, alleging Alexander was a "mental case."
WC Vol 19, p. 73; CD 4, pp. 485, 503; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1099; FBI 124-10035-10168, p. 6
WHITE, JACK D.
White, Jack D.    HSC Testimony    Assassination researcer.
Photographic expert.
HSCA Vol 2, pp. 322-346, 423; HSCA Vol 6, pp. 67, 295
http://www.baylor.edu/lib/poage/white/
WHITE, JAMES (ALIAS OF JAMES T. LICAVOLI)
See James T. Licavoli.
WHITE, JAMES C.
White, J.C.    WC Testimony    Member, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police Department patrolman standing on west side of Triple Underpass. Witnessed assassination.
Warren Report, p. 80; WC Vol 6, p. 255; WC Vol 21, p. 728; CE 1358; CD 897, p. 19
WHITE, JAMES F. (DR.)
Wife: Marilyn. Name in Ruth Paine's notebook.
WC Vol 17, p. 79
WHITE, JOHN T.
HSCA Vol 3, p. 575; LHO's INS File (MMF 1679)
WHITE, MARTIN G. (DR.)
White, Martin G.    WC Testimony    Doctor, Parkland Hospital.
HSCA Vol 1, p. 182
WHITE, MAURICE
WHITE, PETE (AKA HOWARD P. WHIT )See Howard P. White.
WHITE, REBER C.
Bus driver in San Antonio who allegedly told A. J. Backmeyer on 11/16/63 that President Kennedy would be killed between then and Dec. 3, 1963.
CD 301, pp. 304-305
WHITE, RICKY
WHITE, ROSCOE (ROCK) ANTHONY
Dallas Police Department officer in training on 11/22/63. He took one of the Oswald Neely Street backyard photographs from the police department and when he died his widow, Genieve (in 1977 she was Mrs. Ben K. Dees of 3405 Bonham St., Paris, Texas) had the photograph. HSCA learned of photograph's existence. (Genieve Dees died in 1992.)
WC Vol 19, p. 148; HSCA Vol 2, p. 321, 353; HSCA Vol 6, p. 141
WHITE, MARTIN G.
WHITE, SA (FNU)
(H&L)
WHITE, STANLEY (MR. AND MRS.)
They thought they saw LHO in Kerrville in Fall of 1963.
CD 1352
WHITE, STEPHEN (DR.)
HSCA Vol 1, pp. 150-151, 166-168, 429, 442; HSCA Vol 6, p. 240
WHITE, T. F.
Mechanic at Mack Pate Garage, 114 West 7th, Dallas. Furnished information to Wes Wise on 12/4/63 re 1957 red Plymouth automobile on parking lot at El Chico Restaurant in Dallas.
CD 205, pp. 374-375; HSCA Vol 12, p. 39
WHITE, THOMAS D. (GEN.)
HSCA Report, p. 29
WHITE, THOMAS III
White mailed a letter to Asst. U.S. Atty. Larry E. Jarrett which Jarrett gave to the FBI on 3/11/92. Letter indicated that in 1963 White was at the S.M.S. Italian Club, Tampa, FL, when Santo Trafficante, Frank Ragano and Frank Ippilito argued over briefcases of money. Ippilito allegedly said the money was $200,000 short because he had already paid off the two men who had killed Kennedy. White said a black Tampa police officer named Massey told him to keep his mouth shut. A SSA (FBI ?) Neu told FBI Special Agent Gerszewski that the FBI had already received a similar story to the one written by White.
89A-DL-60165-46 (MMF 2462); 89A-DL-60165-79 (MMF 2537)

WHITE, VICTOR RUSH
CIA Deputy Director of Security (Investigations and Operational Support) in September 1963.
CIA Box 8, Folder 19, Doc 04588 (MMF 1277); CIA Box 15, Folder 59, Doc 09620 (MMF 938); MMF 2203; MMF 2285; MMF 2598

WHITE, WHEATER
HSCA Vol 12, p. 418

WHITEHOUSE COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY (WHCA)
http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/whca-comm-center-after-action-reports.html

WHITEHOUSE, EDUARDO J. "TEDDY"
A pilot placed on "blacklist" by U.S. Government.
Miami Herald, May 27, 1960

WHITEHURST, FREDERICK
(H&L)

WHITELEY, JOHN W.
CIA. SR/CI/I. Author of 2 Dec 1963 memo re Lee Harvey OSWALD, an unidentified woman from New Orleans and Nikolay Sergeyevich LEONOV in Mexico City in August and September 1963.
CIA Box 10, Folder 10 (MMF 1381-1385); CIA 272-679

WHITESIDE, SIDNEY JOSEPH
DOB: 5/11/04. POB: Timpson, TX. Retired from Humble Oil Company Refinery, Baytown, Texas, on December 31, 1962. Had been a drafting supervisor. His son has "responsible position" with Texas Instruments, Inc., at Dallas. One of Whiteside's brothers was an attorney in Houston who commmitted suicide. Another brother died in the penitentiary.
CD 1437

WHITLE, BUSTER
Comedian appeared in Dallas at Colony Club October 1962, December 1962, and January 1963.
WC Vol 23, p. 206

WHITEWASH

WHITEWASH II

WHITE'S POOL HALL

WHITMEYER, GEORGE L., SR. (LT. COL.)
He rode in Pilot Car in 11/22/63 motorcade. Was he the "military assistant" assigned to assist J. Walton Moore in running the Dallas CIA office? 1963-1964 City Directories list him as Area Commander USA Reserve Training Center. In 1963, his wife Frances Raby Whitmeyer had a gift shop in Trade Mart. There was a rumor that FBI set up command post in her shop on 11/22/63. Whitmeyer died Tues, Apr 18, 1978. Survived 8y wife: Frances; sons: George L., Jr., and Glenn Whitmeyer; brothers: John Whitmeyer, Roselle Park, NJ, Victor Whitmeyer, Cranford, NJ; sisters: Helen Arthur, Kenilworth, NJ, Louise William, Philadelphia, PA.
WC Vol 21, p. 578; WC Vol 24, pp. 295, 323; CIA 1642-1092 re "military assistant" to J. Walton Moore of CIA; Dallas Morning News, Wednesday, April 19, 1978, p. 5-D

WHITNEY, DAVID MCFADDEN
Rented above apartment in August 1963. DOB: 4/7/40. POB: Taylorville, IL. Graduate of Virginia Military Institute. Went to Houston from Miami, FL. Chemist with Shell Chemical Company, Deer Park, TX. Member of John Birch Society. Accused JFK of murders of "recent" political leaders in South Vietnam.
CD 7, pp. 722-724

WHITTAKER, BEN
Owned a hotel in Dallas. R.D. Matthews was asked about him and admitted that he knew his name.
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 59-60, 170; HSCA Vol 9, p. 566

WHITTAKER, MIKE
A journalist with WFAA who covered the assassination.
Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/93'

WHITTEN, BOB
Radio News Director, Radio Station KCRA, Sacramento. Formerly with KRLD in Dallas. Interviewed Dallas Police Sergeant Gerald Hill by phone on 11/22/63.
CD 1210, p. 2

WHITTEN, JOHN MOSS ("JACK") ("JOHN SCELSO")
DOB: April 7, 1920. POB: ? Maryland ?. DOD: January 7, 2000. POD: Jacksonville, Florida. Used alias "John Scelso." Lived in Austria for many years. Social Security Number 213-12-1338
CIA 223-647 (re-released as JFK 104-10015-10229, Lifton's pp. 121-134); Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 554

WHITTEN, JOHN D.

WHITTEN, LES
HSCA Vol 5, p. 365; The Fish is Red, Hinckle and Turner, p. 373; Who Was Jack Ruby? Kantor, pp. 211-212

WHITTER, DONNELL DARIUS
DOB: 5/30/20. Wife: Mary. Driving 1962 Thunderbird, HD5095, with Lawrence Reginald Miller as a passenger when arrested 11/18/63 at Gaston and Hall, Dallas, and held on suspicion of robbing National Guard Armory near Terrell, TX. Had been attendant at V.E. Morallis Texaco Service Station and had "waited on" Jack Ruby.
CD 847; Arrest Report of Dallas Police Department 11/18/63; Dallas Morning News, Tuesday, 11/19/63, p. 1-A; Houston Post, 11/14/93, p. A-1; 14 pgs being withheld - Record No. 180-10071-10289 - Agency File No. 010223 (FBI)

WHITTY, DOROTHY (AKA MARIO GRACIAS ?)
Letter of April 3, 1967, to FBI from Trevor Lawtens, page editor and columnist Vancouver (Canada) Sun re woman who used alias Miss Dorothy Whitty who said she had been CIA and was afraid for her life. On her way to Vienna. There is a memo of June 14, 1967. ? She used alias Mario Gracias ?
CIA 418; CIA 1085-418; CIA 1411-492-F (MMF 2042-2044); CIA 1557-1114-B

WHITWORTH, EDITH (MRS.)
Whitworth, Edith    WC Testimony    Manager, used furniture store, Irving, Tex.
Operated Furniture Mart at 149 E. Irving Blvd., Irving, TX. Believed LHO, Marina and 2 small children came in.
Warren Report, p. 292; WC 26, p. 701; CE 3089; CD 205, p. 65; HSCA Vol 11, p. 235; Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 262; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 327-330

WHITWORTH, OTIS H.
Salesman at Red's Trading Post, 1922 East Irving Blvd., Irving, TX. Questioned re sling on LHO's rifle.
CD 206, p. 27

WHOLESALE SPORTING GOODS LTD

WHYTE, CLAYTON E.
Director of National Rifle Association.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 80

WICKERSHAM, GEORGE
HSCA Vol 3, p. 458

WICKSTROM, RUNE
Police Commissioner who took Charlotte Aberg's taped statement.
CIA 366-725

WICKWARE, BARBARA
Employee of Knotts Berry Farm. Advised FBI that Roehricht went to Texas on vacation and returned approximately 11/13/63 and stated that Kennedy would not come out of Texas alive.
WC Vol 24, p. 529

WIDES, BURTON V.
Staff Member, Senate Committee to Study Government Operations (Church Committee). Read the files on QJWIN and WIROGUE and one other unknown.
CIA Box 8, Folder 26, Doc 5857 (Attached to Doc 4048) (MMF 1220-1222); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 5857 (Attached to Doc 4048) (MMF 1092); Church Committee Interim Report, p. 349

WIDNER, LEONARD G.
Barber at Cave Spring Barber Shop in Roanoke. 11/25/63, between 10:15 and 10:45 a.m., unknown white male in early 40's, 5' 10" to 5' 11", 200 lbs, medium blond hair, blue-gray eyes, came in and said that approximately two weeks ago he was at a convention in Chicago attended by some Dallas City Councilmen. One councilman said, "JFK's going to Dallas but he wouldn't know when he left."
WC Vol 24, p. 531; CE 2097; CD 301, p. 321

WIEDERSHEIM, FREDERICK J.
I&NS Inspector, New York. Met LHO and Marina at pier in Hoboken, New Jersey, 6/13/62, and processed them and interviewed LHO.
WC Vol 22, p. 11; CD 1211, pp. 1-2; "ONI", pp. 24, 42

WIENER LUMBER COMPANY
Sampson Weiner, Chairman of the Board. On October 14, 1963, LHO applied to Wiener Lumber Company for a job. There was a mark on LHO's Enco map near Inwood and Maple.
CD 5, p. 351; CD 205, pp. 138, 560; CD 735, pp. 110-111

WIGGINS, CREIGHTON JR.
Long Beach policeman. Killed Bill Hunter on April 23, 1964. Sentenced for involuntary manslaughter but received a suspended sentence.
Ramparts Magazine, November 1966, p. 41

WIGGINS, WOODROW (LT.)
Wiggins, Woodrow    WC Testimony    Lieutenant, Dallas Police Department.
Lieutenant with Dallas Police Department. Was in Police Department Basement on 11/24/63.
Warren Report, p. 230; WC Vol 24, p. 855; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 211; Who Was Jack Ruby? Kantor, pp. 69, 72

WIGHTMAN, FREDERICK (PROF.)
HSCA Vol 2, pp. 117-120; HSCA Vol 8, pp. 144, 146-147, 152

WIGREN, LEO H.
Chief, Soviet Russian Division Counter Intelligence Research, CIA. Died Wednesday, November 3, 1993.
CIA 17-525; CIA 546-807 (MMF 1982-1984); SSCIA 157-10011-10102, p. 2 (MMF 1751)

WILBER, CHARLES
HSCA Vol 7, p. 51

WILCOTT, JAMES B.
Wilcott, James B.     HSCA Executive session testimony    Former CIA Employee.
Former CIA employee. Testified at Cuban Tribunal in Cuba re LHO and CIA connections in Japan. Accused CIA of complicity in JFK assassination. March 20-24, 1978, HSCA had him in Washington, D.C. as a witness. Paid him $591.60 in expenses from Concord, CA. See p. 1364 April 1 to June 30, 1978, Quarterly Report of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, April 1, to June 30, 1978.
HSCA Report, pp. 198-200; National Archives, CIA Box 6, Folder 8 (MMF 476); CIA Box 8, Folder 27, Doc 3752 (MMF 1200); Destiny Betrayed, DiEugenio, p. 49; The Assassination of JFK, Duffy & Ricci, p. 506; On the Trail of the Assassins, Garrison, p. 49; High Treason, Groden & Livingstone, p. 384; The Fish is Red, Hinckle & Turner, pp. 80-81, 220, 238; Reasonable Doubt, Hurt, p. 203; Crossfire, Marrs, p. 104; First Hand Knowledge, Morrow, p. 208; Oswald and the CIA, Newman, p. xvi; The Man Who Knew Too Much,  Russell, p. 155; Conspiracy, Summers, pp. 159-160

WILCOX, GEORGE.

WILCOX, LAURANCE R.
Wilcox, Laurance R.    WC Testimony    District manager, Western Union Telegraph Co.

WILDER, JACK
Salesman for David Wexler Accessories Company, 823 S. Wabash, Chicago, IL. Identified LHO's rifle strap as possibly a guitar strap but said he had never seen one like it.
CD 205, p. 79

WILES, GLEN
Regarding tippit killing....linked to james files?....
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=6638

WILKENS, GEORGE ARTHUR (HANS) JR.

WILKERSON, CATHERINE (?? WILKINSON ??)
With Department of Health, Education & Welfare, New Orleans. Jack Martin worked for her.
CD 75, p. 293

WILKINS, GRACE (MRS.)
Answered Jack Ruby's ad for partner. Note in Ruby's car, "son is attorney in Dallas." Her son is Jerry Lynn Wilkins.
WC Vol 19, pp. 52, 75; WC Vol 22, p. 504; WC Vol 23, p. 116; CE 1643; CD 105, p. 283

WILKINS, JERRY LYNN
DOB: 1937. Attorney with Wilkins & Floyd. Wife: Beth. In 1963, Rm 103, 3603 Lemmon Ave., was address of National Business & Secretary Service, used by Jack Ruby. His mother was Grace Wilkins. In 1972, Jerry Wilkins, at age 35, was indicted for swindling. An attorney in United States Attorney's Office told Earl Golz that Jerry Wilkins was a CIA pilot who flew cargo at night. Went to trial on 11/29/95 on federal charges with 5 other men charged with conspiracy and mail fraud related to nationwide distribution of more then $61 million in worthless money orders. On TV, Wilkins was described as a Waxahachie lawyer. Other 5 were: Franklin Rollin "Johnny" Johnston, Waxahachie developer; Lavoyd Wayne Dollar, former Waxahachie minister; Steven P. Moser, Pennsylvania farmer; Thomas D. Gandy, Kansas cafe operator; and Billy Mack O'Neill of Victoria in South Texas. 1995: Wife: Valerie Nuanez Wilkins. Valerie took a gun into the courtroom where Jerry was on trial on Friday, Dec. 8, 1995. She was arrested but, apparently, not jailed.
Dallas Times Herald, Mon, 1/24/72, p. A-23; Dallas Morning News, Tues, 1/25/72; Dallas Morning News, Wed, 1/26/72, p. 22-A; Dallas Morning News, Wed, April 12, 1972, 15-A; Dallas Times Herald, Tues, 6/20/72, p. B-3; Dallas Times Herald, 6/21/72, p. 12-A; Dallas Times Herald, 6/22/72, p. 28-A; Dallas Times Herald, 6/23/72, p. 22-A; Dallas Morning News, 11/30/95, p. 38-A; Dallas Morning News, 12/9/95, p. 33-A

WILKISON, ROBERT SA.

WILL, A. R.

(H&L)

WILLARD HOTEL,
JFK Collection List, pg. 33 (AMKW 71)

WILLENS, HOWARD P.
Willens, Howard P.    HSC Testimony, HSC Executive Session Testimony    Warren Commission Staff Member
Warren Commission Counsel.
CE 3025; CE 3028; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 311-346, 395-454; Inquest, Epstein, pp. 3, 9-14, 17, 19-20, 22-23, 60, 73-74, 80, 89, 105-106; Mafia Kingfish, Davis(309-17)

WILLET, KATHLEEN(H&L)

WILLETT, R. E.
Returned to Albuquerque on 11/29/63 after leaving there on 10/31/63.
CD 48, pp. 1-5

WILLIAM FRANZ ELEMENTARY

WILLIAM MONNIG JUNIOR HIGH

WILLIAMS, BILL "RED"
A black Deputy Sheriff in Houston who advised that he saw Jack Ruby in the 400 block of Milam in Houston on November 21, 1963. Claimed he and Ruby talked on two or three occasions that afternoon.
WC Vol 25, pp. 378-379; CE 2399

WILLIAMS, BILLY DON
Until 11/15/63, employed by Melnik Construction Co., Dallas. Wife: Karen Greene Williams, who also went by Felisa Prell.
CE 1527; CE 2990; CD 4, p. 681; CD 86, p. 503; CD 205, p. 406; CD 1384; CD 1385 (8/5/64 in Tampa); HSCA Vol 9, p. 1115

WILLIAMS, BONNIE RAY
Williams, Bonnie Ray    WC Testimony    Employee, TSBD.
Employee of TSBD who possibly handled cartons on 6th floor. Witnessed assassination.
Warren Report, pp. 78-80, 143, 232; WC Vol 3, p. 175; CE 1381; CE 1980; CE 2003, p. 229; CE 3131; CD 7, p. 310; CD 206, p. 11; CD 706 (rrr); Whitewash I, Weisberg, p. 90; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 89-90, 100-107, 113; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, p. 106; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 40-41

WILLIAMS, CHARLES P.
HSCA Vol 10, p. 117

WILLIAMS, CLOTILE
Heard assassination shots while standing on northwest corner of Houston and Elm. She did not witness assassination and did not see anything and did not know where shots came from.
CD 1395; FBI-77

WILLIAMS, D'ALTON

WILLIAMS, DOYLE
(See J. Doyle Williams) FBI agent who was knocked down by a Secret Service agent at Parkland Hospital on 11/22/63. He probably lived in Irving, TX.
HSCA, Vol. 7, pp. 155-156

WILLIAMS, EDWARD BENNETT, ESQ.
Represented Felix Anthony Alderisio during trial in Miami in October 1964.
HSCA Vol 3, p. 750; HSCA Vol 9, p. 52; FBI 87-66742, dated 10/26/64; Mafia Kingfish, Davis (294)

WILLIAMS, ESSIE MAE (MRS.)
Mother of Linnie Mae Randle and Buell Wesley Frazier. Was visiting them in their Irving, Texas, home on 11/22/63. Got a glimpse of LHO through the kitchen window that morning.
CD 205, p. 147

WILLIAMS, FRANK
Ran Don and Frank's Garage, Tulsa, OK. Purchased wrecked automobile from Charley Dreadfulwater in September 1963. Received title in November from Oregon.
CD 7, pp. 535-538

WILLIAMS, H. L. (MR. AND MRS.)
CD 7, p. 98

WILLIAMS, H. R.
Detective, Dallas Police Department.
CE 3145; CD 1497

WILLIAMS, HAROLD RICHARD
Chef at Mikado (after-hours) club, Dallas. Raided in November 1963. Believed one of arresting officers was J.D. Tippit and man riding with Tippit was Jack Ruby.
Warren Report, p. 499; Ramparts Magazine, November 1966, p. 47

WILLIAMS, HOKE GLEN
Wife: Donna. DOB: 8/3/40. POB: Linden, TX. Discharged fro U.S. Army 4/16/62. Cook at Kohl's Drive-In, 1015 Josey Lane, Carrollton, TX. Admitted he did say an underpass would be place to "get" Kennedy, but said he meant underpass over Industrial Blvd. near Dallas Trade Mart.
CD 301, p. 308

WILLIAMS, J. DOYLE
Special Agent, FBI. On January 30, 1983, Henry Hurt said he had talked with FBI man, Doyle Williams, who was at Parkland Hospital 11/22/63 and had tried to "break into" the trauma room. Williams told Hurt he was under the impression that the documents about him were classified.
CD 1107, p. 118; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 155-156

WILLIAMS, J. J.
Told "wild" story about a man taking him and a woman to Fort Worth Avenue on 11/19/63.
WC Vol 19, p. 497

WILLIAMS, JESSE J.
Witnessed assassination.
CE 2003, p. 229; Decker Exhibit 5323, pp. 497-498

WILLIAMS, JOHNNY
HSCA Vol 5, pp. 9, 96-97

WILLIAMS, JOHNNY M.
Wife: Marline. Dockman for Ryder Truck Lines. His name was on gun range list one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

WILLIAMS, KAREN GREENE (MRS. BILLY DON) AKA FELICA PRELL
Employed by Ruby as "strip-tease" dancer 11/19/63.
WC Vol 25, p. 374; CE 2394; CE 2990; CD 4, p. 780; Cd 205, p. 406

WILLIAMS, MARQUISE
HSCA Vol 9, p. 52

WILLIAMS, MARY LEA
Allyn-Bacon employee in TSBD. Was standing on Elm and witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 682; CE 1381; CD 706 (sss)

WILLIAMS, OTIS NEVILLE
TSBD bookkeeper supervisor. Was standing on steps of TSBD at 12:30 p.m. 11/22/63 and witnessed assassination. Thought shots came from viaduct.
WC Vol 22, p. 683; CE 1381; CD 706(ttt); Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 111

WILLIAMS, PARKS
American Airlines Record Room, Greater Southwest International Airport, Fort Worth, TX. Found record of Elizabeth Campbell's Flight 59 from Dallas to San Antonio, TX, 1/2/63. Could find no record for passenger who might have been LHO.
CD 205, p. 251

WILLIAMS, PHILLIP EARLE, JR. (DR.)
Wife, Bobbie Sue. On Nov. 22, 1963, Williams was a young intern at Parkland Memorial Hospital. He had graduated from Tulane. Offered help to Jackie Kennedy outside trauma room. On Sunday, Nov. 24, 1963, he worked on Oswald when he was brought into Emergency Room. His father, Earle Williams, is an oral surgeon in Dallas (as of January 2001).
The Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy and Ricci, p. 509; Ft. Worth Star Telegram, January 4, 2001

WILLIAMS, ROBERT FRANKLIN
American black who broadcast propaganda from Cuba. Wanted by FBI in 1961. Members of Fair Play for Cuba Committee were formerly founders of Monroe Committee formed to protect Williams.
WC Vol 26, p. 303; CE 2863; CD 152, p. 4; CIA 449-183A, pp. iii, 4, 5, 15; Fortress Cuba, Jay Mallin, p. 89

WILLIAMS, ROSALEE
Employed by Grays Cleaners on Eldorado. Believed LHO brought cleaning in.
CE 3000; CD 86, p. 594

WILLIAMS, SAMUEL TANKERSLEY, LT. GEN.
DOB: Aug 25, 1897. POB: Denton, TX. Son of Darwin Herbert and Ida (Cessna) Williams. Grad. Inf. Sch., Ft. Benning, GA, Command and Gen Staff Coll, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. Army War College. Married Jewel Charlotte Spear, Sept 2, 1921. Command 2d lt. inf. U.S. Army 1917. Advanced through grades to Lt. Gen. 1955. Staff officer 95th Inf. Div. 1941-42, asst. div. comdr. 1942-43, corps chief staff 1945. Comdg gen 25th Inf. Div. Korea 1952-53, dep comdr 2d ROK Corps 1953. Comdg gen 16th Corps, Sendai, Japan, 1953-54. IX Corps Korea 1954. Fourth Army 1955. Mil. adviser, South Vietnam, 1955-60. Decorated D.S.M., Silver Star with Oak Leaf Cluster, Bronze Star Medal, Soldiers Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Purple Heart with Cluster, Legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre with Palm (France). Order of White Lion, Croix de Guerre (Czechoslovakia), 1937. Croix de Guerre (Belgium), 1940. Order of Red Banner (Russia). Order of Taegue Silver Star, Order Gold Star Ulchi (Korea), Grand Cross of National Order of Viet Nam. Mason. His sister, Mary Williams was married to Woodson A. Harris, 425 Fry Street in Denton, TX.
1969 Who's Who in America; JFK & Vietnam, Newman (4, 478); The Perfect War: Technowar in Vietnam, J. Gibson (73)

WILLIAMS, VICKIE
Name and numbers in Jack Ruby's notebook.
WC Vol 19, p. 44; WC Vol 22, p. 504

WILLIAMS, WINIFRED B.
Witnessed LHO's signature in Moscow on June 1, 1962.
WC Vol 22, pp. 47, 123

WILLIE, DONNA

WILLIAMSBURG'S DRUG STORE

WILLIAMSON, EARL
Bookkeeper, Pfisterer Dental Laboratory.
CD 75, p. 16

WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY (MRS. LEONA)
On Dec. 5, 1963, she was raising a fund to help Marina Oswald. Her husband was a cement worker but also had an elaborate gun shop in his home.
CD 205, pp. 62-64

WILLIAMSON, SHIRLEY B. (MR.)
Construction foreman employed by Walt Williams Cement Contractor. Williamson has a small gun repair shop in his home as a part-time employment and also as a hobby.
CD 205, pp. 63-64

WILLIE, RUSSELL R.
Louisiana State Police. Friend of Guy Banister who received some of Banister's files following Banister's death.
HSCA Vol 10, pp. 130, 136

WILLIS, BILLY JOE
35 year old drummer who played at Carousel Club. Wm. F. (Bill) Simmons lived with Willis across street from Paines in Irving. Phone number EV 1-3965 in Ruby's notebook was listed to Mrs. Mattie Willis, 6922 Forney Road, Dallas.
WC Vol 22, p. 499; WC Vol 25, pp. 257, 260, 505; WC Vol 26, p. 473; CE 2003, pp. 230, 322; CE 2414; CD 4, pp. 506-507; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1096, 1104; HSCA Vol 11, p. 285LLY

WILLIS, LINDA KAY (1995: LINDA PIPES)
Willis, Linda Kay    WC Testimony    Daughter of Phillip L. Willis.
14-yr-old daughter of Phil Willis. She witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 7, p. 498; Dallas Morning News, 1/28/95, p. 37-A

WILLIS, MARILYN
Willis, Mrs. Phillip    Shaw trial testimony    Witness at assassination scene

WILLIS, PHILLIP L. "PHIL"
Willis, Phillip L.    WC Testimony, Shaw trial testimony    Witness at assassination scene
DOB: 1918; DOD: Friday, 1/27/95 at age 76. Took a number of slides 11/22/63. Published and sold 10. Their two daughters were with them and all four witnessed assassination. Survived by wife: Marilyn; daughters: Linda Kay Pipes of Houston and Rosemary Roach of Amarillo.
Warren Report, p. 109; WC Vol 7, p. 495; WC Vol 21, pp. 765-773; HSCA Vol 1, p. 111; HSCA Vol 2, pp. 15, 175' HSCA Vol 6, p. 12; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 7-8; Whitewash I, Weisberg, pp. 97-101; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 348-349; Dallas Times Herald, Friday, December 2, 1979, p. 16-D (photograph); Dallas Morning News, Sunday, December 8, 1985, p. 1-A (photograph); Dallas Morning News, Saturday, January 28, 1995, p. 37-A

WILLIS, ROSEMARY (1995: ROSEMARY ROACH)
Daughter of Phil Willis. She witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 7, p. 496; HSCA Vol 12, p. 7

WILLIS, RUTH
She told Terminal Annex postal authorities that she was on 4th floor of TSBD when she heard footsteps overhead after assassination. Was she an employee of the TSBD?
WC Vol 23, p. 419; CE 1799

WILLISTON BASIN

WILLMON, JIM
With Dallas Morning News. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 15, p. 573

WILLNER, JACK
Chicago Daily News reporter. Admitted to being 'source' of 'rumor' there was a payoff to Oswald or Ruby in Chicago two weeks prior to assassination. He heard there was a 'Cuban Committee' active in Chicago.
WC Vol 26, p. 663; CD 47, p. 69

WILLOUGHBY, CHARLES A. (AKA ADOLF TSCHEPPE-WEIDENBACH)
See Tscheppe-Weidenbach.
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwilloughbyC.htm
https://deeppoliticsforum.com/forums/showthread.php?6696-James-von-Brunn-Pedro-del-Valle-and-the-Fraternity-of-Fascists-who-Murdered-John-Fitzgerald-Kennedy
http://www.maebrussell.com/Mae%20Brussell%20Articles/Nazi%20Connection%20to%20JFK%20Assass.html
WC Vol 18, p. 887; The CIA: A Forgotten History, Blum, pp. 136, 369 (note 18); CIA: The Inside Story, Tully, pp. 169-170, 185, 188-189, 193; Deep Politics, Scott, pp. 34, 169, 178, 212-214, 216, 293, 301-302, 361 (note 15); The London Times, June 2, 1954, article by Willoughby; The Radical Right, Epstein & Forster, p. 211; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 123-132, 192-193, 236, 254, 259, 300, 321-322, 528-529, 566, 594-597, 605, 689-692; The Reporter, Aug. 19, 1952, p. 26, "Heidelberg to Madrid - The Story of General Willoughby."

WILLS, FRANK

WILLS, GARY

WILLS, MARION
HSCA Vol 11, pp. 79, 108, 143, 189, 311

WILMETH, JAMES DUDLEY (COL.)
DOB: 10/30/10. POB: Texas. Graduated West Point 1934. Military Mission to Moscow, 1944-1945. Headquarters, U.S. Forces Austria 1945. Allied Control Command Hungary 1946. Retired 1960 at age 50 as a Colonel. Became Russian instructor at Univ. of Texas at Arlington. He called Marina Oswald 11/12/63 and visited her 11/19/63.
WC Vol 22, p. 758 (?); Dallas Times Herald, 6/30/64; West Point Year Book

WILMOUTH, ROBERT K.
Vice-President, Operations, First National Bank of Chicago, Clark and Monroe Streets, Chicago.
CD 7, p. 192; CD 75, p. 668
(H&L)

WILNER, JACK
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 153, 520

WILSON, A. J.
Wilson's Phillips 66 Station. Had Carousel Club pass #105.
CD 4, p. 485

WILSON, BIRL
(H&L)

WILSON, CARL ALBERT
Works at Government Accounting Office Building, Room 216, 961-2554. Called Washington FBI re letter he received from his uncle, William L. Chace. FBI unable to locate Wilson. 2409 Good Hope Rd., S.E., occupied by Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald. Phone 582-3309 listed to Robert S. McGovern.
CD 49, p. 46; CD 75, p. 520

WILSON, CARL (CARLOS) JOHN (JUAN)
Also see Carlos John WILSON Hudson.
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 175-176; HSCA Reel 18, Box 12, Folder F, G (AMKW 13)

WILSON, CHARLES A., JR. (MAJOR)
Name on U.S. Embassy, Moscow, Diplomatic List for 1959. His name was in "Sammy" paper (MMF 1741).
CIA document dated 8 September 1964 (MMF 1741)

WILSON, CHARLES M.
Superintendent of the Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory and former Assistant Professor of Police Science, a member of the staff of the Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory, Northwestern University School of Law. Re LHO's paraffin tests.
Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 150, citing Homicide Investigation, by Snyder, LeMoyne, 1959, p. 156

WILSON, D. W.
HSCA Vol 5, p. 447

WILSON, DELOY L.
Employee of L-T-V. Was at gun range one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

WILSON, DIXIE E. (MRS.)
Chief Clerk, Selective Service System, Fort Worth. Her records did not reflect that LHO had contacted the Ft. Worth office of Selective Service System.
CD 206, p. 194

WILSON, DONALD
United States Information Agency.
HSCA Vol 11, p. 11; Interim Report on Assassinations, p. 141 footnote, p. 161 footnote.

WILSON, DOROTHY HAZEL
DOB: 4/15/20. POB: New York, NY. A Director of Helen Hoke Associates. Wilson is a known Communist. In 1956, she worked for Sylvia Hyde Hoke's mother-in-law, Helen Hoke. She was married to Lou Seligson, New York, an Argentinan being investigated by Immigration and Naturalization.
CD 504, pp. 1-4, 10-12; CD 506; CD 508

WILSON, EARL
HSCA Vol 9, p. 164

WILSON, ED
Operated Triple A Radiator Service.
CD 7, p. 725

WILSON, EDWIN P.
Prisoner No. 08237054

WILSON, EUGENE M.
Former salesman at Downtown Lincoln Mercury, Dallas, TX. In 1977, he told Earl Golz of the Dallas Morning News that LHO could definitely drive.
WC 26, pp. 685, 688; CE 3078; CE 3080; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 331-333; Dallas Times Herald, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1969, p. B-7; Dallas Morning News, Sunday, May 8, 1977, p. 12-A

WILSON, PATROLMAN F.
(H&L)

WILSON, GARY S.
FBI agent with Hosty at Mrs. Paine's interview 11/5/63. Was at Texas Theater when LHO arrested.
WC Vol 4, p. 453; CD 7, p. 311

WILSON, GEORGE
DOB: 10/25/21. POB: Indianapolis, Indiana. Defected to Soviet Union. (?)

WILSON, GEORGE R.
Served as technical advisor to the HSCA Firearms Panel.
HSCA Vol 1, pp. 444-445; HSCA Vol 7, pp. 360, 362

WILSON, HAROLD
Member Tampa chapter of Fair Play for Cuba Committee.
CD 75, p. 708

WILSON, HARRY G.
Wife: Lila Fern Wilson
CD 7, pp. 726-728

WILSON, HENRY HALL
HSCA Vol 10, p. 183

WILSON, HUDSON CARLOS JOHN
Spanish citizen of British descent residing in Chili Aug. 8, 1951. A contact of Bert Sucharov, suspected Soviet agent in Santiago, Chili. Wilson was born in Liverpool, England, on Dec. 29, 1916. Arrived in Chili in 1939. In 1952, it was reported that Wilson was "very probably an intelligence agent."
CIA 150-59; CIA 233-94; CIA 385-736; HSCA, Vol. IX, p. 175, paragraph 734

WILSON, JIM
Probably an alias. Claimed to be former UPI. Called Mrs. Janet Auchincloss on 11/25/63 with story of "cover-up" in Dallas. Mentioned plane that took off from Dallas 8 minutes after assassination.
CD 87 SS 77 pp. 1-2

WILSON, JOHN B., JR.
Attorney who was at Lasso Club in September 1962 and separated Jack Ruby and Ferraro.
CE 1672; CD 302, pp. 63-65; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1083; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 237

WILSON, JOHN CLINTON
Alias of John Clinton Christmas.
CD 1481, p. 33

WILSON, JUSTIN JOSEPH "STEVE"
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwilsonS.htm
POSSIBLE OSWALD IMPOSRE, USED FOR BACK YARD PICS.

WILSON, LEE SHARON ("LEE SHARON") (MRS. JAMES G. WILSON)
Show girl at White Sands Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. Her husband's name was Skeets Wilson, used car salesman in Dallas, TX, in 1962.
FBI 44-24016-121 (MMF 1932-1933)

WILSON, LLOYD JOHN (AKA DWIGHT ALLEN WILSON; DWIGHT ALLEN LONG; JOHN A. WILSON)
DOB: 8/15/45. POB: Santa Cruz, CA. Claimed he gave LHO $1,000 in San Francisco in August 1963 for assassination.
CD 222; CD 319; CD 1192; JFK Collection List, pg. 59 (under arrest) (AMKW 97)

WILSON, MATT (MRS.)
Accompanied her husband and two children to New Orleans in August 1963. Witnessed confrontation between LHO and Bringuier August 9, 1963, on Canal. With the Wilsons were the J. Pat Doyles of Portland.
CD 6, p. 442

WILSON, O. W.
HSCA Vol 9, p. 42

WILSON, ORLANDO
HSCA Vol 9, p. 22

WILSON, STEVE
Freelance writer in Miami. Spring of 1963, Robert Kenneth Brown active in anti-Castro activity in touch with NSRP in Los Angeles had conversation with Dr. Stanley L. Drennan, 375 Wonderview Dr., North Hollywood, CA, and Dr. Drennan said a group of young men should "get rid of" JFK. Brown told Steve Wilson about this.
CD 59, p. 5; CD 64.1 SS 31, p. 3; Hispanic American Report, Nov. 1962, p. 804; CIA 1227-512, p. 1

WILSON, STEVEN F.
Wilson, Steven F.    January 9, 1964, FBI report    Witness at assassination scene
Allyn & Bacon office manager, looking out Elm Street window of TSBD on 3rd floor. He was certain shots did not come from above him. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 685; CE 1381; CE 2104; CD 329, p. 27; CD 706(uuu); HSCA Vol 10, pp. 99, 102; Rush to Judgment, Lane, pp. 112-113

WILSON, RITA   
Rita Wilson (Steve’s widow; lots of photos including copies of Steve’s legacy, Saul Sage photo, HK Davis, Whatley, Willis, Jim Lewis)  14050 Southwest 53 Terrace, Miami, FL 33175 553-2507


WILSON, THOMAS.
Wilson, Thomas     ARRB Testimony    Assassination researcher.

WILSON, WALTER L. "LUKE"
Winborn?, Walter Luke    3/10/64 FBI report    Witness at assassination scene.
Union Terminal switchman standing on top of Triple Underpass. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 22, p. 833; CD 897, p. 6; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 40

WILSON, WILL
HSCA Vol 5, p. 62; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 149-150, 383, 385, 408

WILSON-HUDSON, CARLOS JOHN (AKA CARL JOHN WILSON HUDSON)
DOB: 12/29/16. POB: Liverpool, England. Wife: Chilean, Eliana Bronfman. His wife claimed he received a law degree from Oxford University and fought in the Intenational Brigade during the Spanish Civil War. He was a British subject claiming to be a freelance journalist residing in Chili last 20 years. Said he was in Cuba 1957-1959 working for Batista. Later imprisoned by Castro and deported. In prison with Santos Trafficanti. (On July 29, 1978, Scott Malone said Wilson died in 1964 in Chili. His wife is not remarried and works for Chilean Embassy in London.) Also see Carlos Juan Wilson.
HSCA Report, pp. 153-154; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 107, 311, 333-336, 370; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 164, 169, 173-177, 578; CIA 59; CIA 83; CIA 94; CIA 150-59; CIA 206-83; CIA 233-94; CIA 385-736; HSCA Reel 18, Box 12, Folder F, G (AMKW 13)

WINBORN, WALTER LUKE
CE 1417; CD 897, p. 8

WINDSHIELD, (FROM PRESIDENTIAL LIMOUSINE)
On Tuesday, November 26, 1963, Arlington Glass Company (Bill Ashby, Gunter Corrado, Bert B. Marlowe) remove and store windshield in White House garage.
CD 80, pp. 1-5 SS 310

WINEBERG, JOHN R.

WINFIELD ARMS CORPORATION

WINFREY, BILL
A photographer with Dallas Morning News who covered the assassination.
Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, p. 11; Information sheet for Journalism Symposium at SMU 11/20/63.

WINFREY, HENRY CLINTON
Dallas book-maker. "Hung out" in Sol's Turf Bar.
WC Vol 23, p. 364

WINFREY, ORA

WINN-DIXIE STORE # 1425

WINN-DIXIE STORE # 1439
(H&L)

WINKLEMAN, KLAUS
Tulane graduate who claimed he had homosexual friends who had slept with Jack Ruby and LHO.
WC Vol 26, pp. 198-202

WINNIPEG CONVERSATION
Re Geisbrecht
CD 645, pp. 1-6; CD 863; Kennedy Conspiracy, Flammonde, p. 29

WINSTON, HENRY
Born April 2, 1911, in Hattiesburg, Miss. Defected to USSR. Communist Party member.
HSCA, Vol. 12, pp. 437, 439

WINSTON, PATRICIA CLAIRE RASHLEIGH
She was touring around the world with Miss Pamela Mumford, also from Australia. They rode on bus with LHO 9/26/63 from Monterrey, Mexico, to Mexico City.
CE 2121; CE 2194; CE 2195; Khruschev Killed Kennedy, Eddowes, p. 49; Legend, Epstein, p. 352

WINSTON, ROBERT
While the deMohrenschildts were in Haiti, they received mail with the return address: "Robert Winston, Haitian American Tuberculosis Institute, Box 148, Jeremie, Haiti" postmarked 14 November 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, p. 17; NW 381-17

WINTER-BERGER ROBERT N  
Mafia Kingfish, Davis(301) 

WINTERS, GEORGE PAYNE, JR.
DOB: June 1, 1920. Expelled from USSR in 1960 for subversive activities. Resigned from CIA mid-May 1961 to complete Ph.D. at Columbia University. His name appeared in The Cherepanov Papers (MMF 1737). His name appeared in "Sammy" papers (MMF 1740).
CIA Box 2, Folder 15, Doc 06265 (MMF 595); CIA Box 11, Folder 10, Doc 06265 (MMF 1160); CIA CI/R&A document dated June 25, 1973 (MMF 1737); CIA document dated 8 Sept 1964 (MMF 1740); Cold Warrior, Mangold, pp. 250-252; Molehunt, Wise, p. 169; Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 563

WINTERS, ROBERT PAUL
HSCA Vol 9, p. 421

WIROGUE,
CIA "asset", forger and former bank robber. Was in Leopoldville at one time. While in the United States, he underwent plastic surgery to change his looks. He was eventually returned to the United States and terminated. WI/ROGUE = David Dzitzichvili, who recruited QJ/WIN.
CIA Box 8, Folder 26, Doc 5856 (Attached to Doc 4048) (MMF 1216-1219) and Doc 5857 (Attached to Doc 4048) (MMF 1220-1222); CIA Box 12, Folder 10, Doc 5857 (Attached to Doc 4048) (MMF 1092-1094); Interim Report - Alleged Assassination Plots Involving Foreign Leaders, pp. 45-48; The Lawless State, Halperin & Borosage, p. 45; Coincidence or Conspiracy, Fensterwald, pp. 205, 207-209; HSCA Reel 18, Box 12, Folder H, I, J (AMKW 13); Live By The Sword, Gus Russo, pp. 62, 525 note 52

WIRIN, A. L.

WIRTH, TIMOTHY (REP.)
HSCA Vol 1, p. 427

WIRTZ, W. WILLARD
Secretary of Labor. On plane en route to Japan 11/22/63 with Sec. of State, Dean Rusk, Sec. of Agriculture, Orville Freeman, Sec. of Treasurer, C. Douglas Dillon, Sec. of Interior, Stewart Udall, Sec. of Commerce, Luther Hodges, Chairman of Council on Economic Advisors, Dr. Walter Heller. From 1955 to 1961, Wirtz was law partner of Adlai Stevenson.
Four Dark Days, p. 16

WISDOM, ROBERT
A notary public.
Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, p. 110

WISE, DAN

WISE, DAVID
Article in Saturday Evening Post April 6, 1968, re Nosenko and CIA.
CIA 1559-1114-D; CIA 1560-1115

WISE, MARVIN L.
DOB: 7/20/34. With City of Dallas Police Department from 1959 until 1979. On 11/22/63, he was assigned to a one-man patrol unit, unit 71, working south Dallas. Wise and Roy Vaughn were the two officers who climbed into the gondola coal car and arrested Doyle, Gedney and Abrams.
89A-DL-60165-40 (MMF 2403-2424); 89A-DL-60165-44 (MMF 2437)

WISE, MARY (MRS. WILLIAM WISE)
Telephone operator who believed someone called to Jack Rubenstein, Dallas, at approximately 7:00 p.m., 11/23/63, through Collingswood switchboard. Incompleted call.
CD 974, pp. 1-4, 34A, 35, 36

WISE, SAMUEL G.
American Consul, American Embassy, Moscow. Answered LHO's letter of January 5, 1962, on January 15, 1962.
WC Vol 22, p. 10
(H&L)

WISE, WESLEY A. "WES"
An announcer with KRLD who covered the assassination. Later, he became Mayor of Dallas. On 11/22/63 he observed a 1957 Plymouth sedan proceeding west at a rapid speed on Davis Street in Oak Cliff. Wise got license number PP 4537 which belonged to Carl Amos Mather.
CE 2249; CE 2413; CE 3039; CD 205, pp. 369-370, 374; Ruby Trial, pp. 82-95; HSCA Vol 5, p. 181; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1100, 1113-1114; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 37-40; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 263
El Chico incident:
 http://jfkcountercoup.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/incident-at-el-chico-resaurant.html

WISECARVER, D. E.
HSCA Vol 3, p. 407

WISEMAN, JOHN
Wiseman, John    11/23/63 Report    Deputy Sheriff, Dallas County
Dallas County Deputy Sheriff. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 19, p. 535; Decker Exh. 5323, p. 535; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 345

WISK, RONNIE
Had Carousel Club pass No. 238.
WC Vol 22, pp. 502-505

WISNER, FRANK GARDNER
Born in Mississippi. Graduated University of Virginia Law School in 1934. Wife: Polly. Veteran of OSS SI Branch. Resigned from CIA in 1961. Committed suicide in 1965 at Galena, Maryland.
Honorable Treachery, G.J.A. O'Toole, pp. 440, 446, 450-453, 455, 462-463, 469-471, 474, 483
Loftus, America's Nazi Secret
http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKwisner.htm

WISNEWSKI, ABEVAR
Milwaukee Board of School Directors.
WC Vol 25, p. 329; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1095

WITHERS, JOHN H.
Attorney. Wife: J. Ann. Saw tall man with a rifle on Akard Street at noon 11/22/63. (His office was in the Texas Building.)
CD 7, pp. 752-753

WITHERSPOON, JOHNNIE MAXIE (see THOMPSON, JOHNNIE)

WITH MALICE: LE HARVEY OSWALD AND THE MURDER OF OFFICER J.D. TIPPIT
Book by Dale K.Myers
Oak Cliff Press; 1 edition (November 1, 1998) 
ISBN-10: 0966270975 
ISBN-13: 978-0966270976
http://www.amazon.com/Malice-Harvey-Oswald-Murder-Officer/dp/0966270975/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1314779379&sr=1-1 

WITNESSES

WITNESS TO ASSASSINATION,
Article concerned alleged witness being held in protective custody.
CD 735, pp. 290-297; Fort Worth Star Telegram, 2/10/64 (article by Thayer Waldo)

WITT, LOUIS STEVEN
Witt, Louie Steven    HSC Testimony    Witness at assassination scene.
DOB: 10/20/24. POB: Omaha, TX. SS# 455-30-6630 (issued in Texas). Army Serial # 38477220. Induction date: May 1943. Honorable discharge, Feb 1946. Entered Air Force Reserves in 1949. Claimed he was "umbrella man" in Willis slides, Muchmore film and Nix film. Witt worked in Rio Grande Bldg., 251 N. Field at corner of Elm. James W. Powell worked for Army Intelligence located in Rio Grande Bldg. Lee Oswald walked toward town from the TSBD but when he had walked approximately four or five blocks, he caught a bus going back toward the TSBD.
HSCA Vol 4, pp. 429-453; Dallas Morning News, Sunday, 9/24/78, p. 22-A
http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/russ/jfkinfo2/jfk4/witt.htm
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=14870
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=2725
http://www.jfk-assassination.com/articles/umbrella.php

WITTMUS, RONALD G.
Wittmus, Ronald G.    Affidavit    Fingerprint expert, FBI
Warren Report pp. 117, 127, 132; HSCA Vol 3, p. 455

WIZELMAN, LESLIE
HSCA Vol 5, p. 426; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 149, 158, 20, 210; HSCA Vol 11, pp. 73, 103, 143, 189, 263, 311

WKMI RADIO
Earl Ruby called on Sunday 11/17/63.
WC Vol 26, p. 312

WNEW RADIO

WO=
Divisions of the CIA itself (see also KU).

WOALSCHLAGER, HELEN
White female, aged 24. She was picked up by Darrell Wayne and Betty MacDonald on night of January 20, 1964.
CD 897, p. 419

WOBONE,
CIA Cryptonym

WODISH
CIA Cryptonym

WOEBER, JAMES W.
His name appeared on Silvera List.
CD 246, p. 22

WOFACT =
CIA.   
104-10331-10093, 104-10186-10018, 104-10170-10129, 104-10052-10137.

WOFIRM,
CIA Cryptonym

WOFFORD, GENE
Special Agent, U.S. Secret Service.
WC 26, p. 731; CE 3103

WOFFORD, TATUM ("CHUBBY")
Owned Wofford Hotel in Miami Beach in 1950. Friend of Nixon. Major gambling center at Wofford Hotel.
Rolling Stone, May 20, 1976, p. 43

WOLADY
CIA Cryptonym

WOLBET, ROBERT E.
Q41 = Registration card of Motel Half Circle J bearing name Robert E. Wolbet.
CD 7, p. 330

WOLCOFF, MITCH
Former restauranteur in Chicago. Moved to Florida in 1934. Said Jack Ruby wanted to "take over" union when Leon Cook was killed.

WOLD, J.
While the deMohrenschildts were in Haiti they received mail with the return address: "J. Wold, 187 Foreside Road, Falmouth, Maine" postmarked Washington, D.C., 13 November 1964. Another piece of mail with above return address was postmarked Washington, D.C., 19 November 1964. Another piece of mail with above return address was postmarked Washington, D.C., 27 November 1964.
FBI 124-10135-10123; FBI 100-32965-306, pp. 17, 18, 19; NW 381, pp. 17, 18, 19

WOLD, MARTIN J.

WOLD, PFC

WOLF, DANIEL
Editor, The Village Voice. Wrote article in Village Voice about James F. Rizzuto and LHO having served together in Marines.
CD 87 SS 541, pp. 1-4

WOLF, JAMES F.
HSCA Vol 1, pp. 491-506, 567; HSCA Vol 5, pp. 16-150, 645-674; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1046-1073

WOLF, JARED J. (DR.)
HSCA Vol 2, p. 27; HSCA Vol 5, p. 689; HSCA Vol 8, p. 33

WOLF, WILLIAM THOMAS
History instructor at SMU. 32 yrs old. Killed in apartment fire 12:25 or 12:30 a.m., April 18, 1963. Lived next to George and Jeanne deMohrenschildt. deMohrenschildts left Dallas for New York April 19, 1963. Gen. Edwin Walker thought there might be a connection between Wolf's death and the attack on him April 10, 1963. Rumors that Wolf's apartment was "full of pornography" when police and fire department searched the burned-out apartment. In 1952, he was a senior at Univ of North Carolina, Phi Beta Kappa, member of the Order of the Golden Fleece, Student Legislature, Student Council, and YMCA Cabinet. Following duty in Navy, he planned to do graduate work and teach.
WC Vol. 22, p. 711; (CD 735, p. 306, re Deen) Dallas Morning News, April 20, 1963; Carolina Cutter (Univ of North Carolina Naval ROTC Dept. publication) Jan 30, 1952.

WOLFAR, RUBY
HSCA Vol 9, p. 947

WOLFF, MARGARET A. (MRS.)
Passport Office in Washington indicated her date of birth was 12/22/1899 in Berlin, Germany. On bus with LHO 10/2/63. (See Margaret C. Wolff)
WC Vol 25, p. 608; CD 964; CD 1009

WOLFF, MARGARET CLARA (MRS.)
DOB: 12/22/1899; POB: Berlin, Germany. Claimed she was in Berlin until last week of October. (See Margaret A. Wolff) Widow of Frederick Wolff. She stated that she had never been in Mexico and specifically stated that she was not a passenger on a bus traveling through Mexico in October 1963.
WC Vol 25, p. 608; CD 964; CD 1009

WOLFGANG, MARVIN (DR.)
HSCA Vol 5, p. 595

WOLFSON, LOUIS MAYER
Made statement that LHO assassinated JFK for a large amount of money.
CD 87 SS 578, p. 1

WOLLWEBER, JAMES
Pilot. Has his own plane. Claims a man name Johnson called him at 5:00 p.m., 11/22/63 and asked him to fly to Dallas next day and pick up man and fly him to Nassau via Opalocka Airport near Miami.
CD 7, pp. 585-586

WOLPER, DAVID
Wolper Productions. Produced one program entitled "Making of the President, 1960" containing film clips of JFK in Houston, Texas, in September 1960, before Texas Ministerial Council. (CD 738, p. 4, has photo which is supposed to have a picture of LHO.)
CD 738, pp. 1-4

WOMACE   
DDO - Directorate of Operations (formerly Directorate of Plans).   
104-10331-10093, 104-10408-10241.

WOMACK, K. G.
Manager of H.L. Green Store. Had Carousel Club pass #180.
CD 4, p. 485

WOMACK, KARL
100 rounds of 6.5 ammunition shipped to him 5/12/62.
CD 7, p. 208

WOMACK, LORIE
Name and phone number in Jack Ruby's old memo book.
WC Vol 19, p. 75; WC Vol 22, p. 520

WOMAN'S WORLD
(H&L)

WOMUSE   
CIA CounterIntelligence staff.   
104-10419-10042 (From WOMUSE, signed by Hugh N. ASHMEAD. Ashmead is CounterIntelligence chief James Angleton; see "Wilderness of Mirrors" p.206 and 104-10129-10097).

WONG, ALFRED
HSCA Vol 3, p. 418

WOOD, COURT FOSTER
In January 1961, James McCord engaged services of "agency employee" who happened to be Court Wood's neighbor to spy on Wood. Court Wood was a student who had recently (in January 1961) returned from a 3-week stay in Cuba under sponsorship of FPCC. See 1 Feb. 1961, document "FOR THE RECORD", From: Kammar; Subject: ______, #188074. Paragraph 2 of 1 Feb. 1961, document reads: "Mr. McCORD expressed the opinion that it is not necessaary to advise the FBI of the operation at this time. However, he wishes to review the case in a month. The file of Subject, along with that of the WH man who is supervising the operation (David Atless PHILLIPS # 40695) will be pended for the attention of Mr. McCORD on 1 March 1961."
Identification of "Subject"
by gbuell on Mon, Dec 19, 2005, 6:35 PM GMT (#1241)
Wim Dankbaar contacted Court Wood, who is now a Christian Minister. He received the following information about the "Subject" of this document: Sent: Monday, April 04, 2005 10:41 PM Subject: RE: From Court Wood - In Jesus' Name Ministries The name of my friend from high school is Michael (Mike) Stratton. He has to be the individual whose name was struck out. Right after the few contacts I had with him after I returned from Cuba, I never saw Mike again. I left the Washington DC area in 1964 and traveled to San Francisco to become a hippie. I lived on sailboats until I met a dear couple who, like your good friend Daniel (he really is your best friend if he tells you about Jesus) began to tell me about Jesus Christ. I listened politely and gave my reasons for unbelief, just as you do, but a year later I was awaked by the Holy Spirit to the reality that there really was a devil, that the Bible was indeed the Word of God, and that Jesus was in deed the Savior of the world.That was in December of 1996. Two years later I was back in the Washington area, tried to locate Mike, to share Jesus Christ with him, and found out that he had died as a result of wounds and injuries he received working with the CIA doing covert activity in and around Cuba. It remains a mystery to me what he did. He was always an adventurous type, but I believe a very loyal American, and I do not think he would have anything to do with anything that would harm a fellow American let alone the President of the US, John Kennedy. He was my closest friend in high school. I do not begrudge him spying on me. He did the right thing as at the time I was moving in a very wrong and dangerous direction.
CIA memo for the record, 1 February 1961, by Kammer, Subject [redacted] #188074. NARA, JFK files, CIA January 1994 (five brown boxes) release; Oswald and the CIA, Newman, Chapter 14, pp. 240, 241-243

WOOD, FRANK B.
CD 1107, pp. 159, 165, 329

WOOD, FRANKLIN PIERCE, JR.
DOB: 5/6/13. POB: New Castle, TX. DOD: 3/29/93. POD: Dallas, TX. Signed register for visitors at American Museum of Atomic Energy at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, on 7/26/63. Lee Oswald alleged to have signed register same day. From 1957 until retirement in 1987, Wood was director of Institute of Management at SMU. Survived by wife: Loudell Liston Wood of Richardson, daughter Susan Jones of Plano, daughter Bobbie Ellen Roberts of Fort Worth.
CD 1066, pp. 612-613; Dallas Morning News, 3/31/93, p. 34-A

WOOD, HOMER D.D.S. (DR.)
Wood, Homer    WC Testimony    Patron, Sports Drome Rifle Range
Wife: Theresa. Dentist who was with his 13-yr-old son, Sterling, at Sportsdrome Gun Range when LHO allegedly there.

WOOD, JAMES
(H&L)

WOOD, ROBERT STEPHEN
Taught history at University of Dallas. A student said Wood expressed strong anti-Kennedy sentiments. Attended 2/1/63 meeting with Larrie Schmidt.
CD 7, pp. 592-596

WOOD, STERLING CHARLES
Wood, Sterling Charles    WC Testimony    Son of Dr. Homer Wood
13-yr-old son of Dr. Homer Wood. With his father on 11/16/63 when they saw LHO at Sportsdrome Gun Range.
Warren Report, pp. 296-297; CE 2003, p. 303; CE 2912; CE 2913; CE 2914; CD 7, pp. 242-246; CD 205, pp. 109, 110-111; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 334

WOOD, W. JAMES
Special Agent FBI. Was sent to Haiti to interview George deMohrenschildt. Was present in Dallas July 18, 1964, when members of Warren Commission questioned Jack Ruby.
WC Vol 14, pp. 504-579; CD 555, pp. 76-78; HSCA Vol 12, pp. 208-211

WOOD, WILLIAM CLARENCE, JR. (BILL BOXLEY)
DOB: Aug. 17, 1920; POB: Lubbock, TX. Social Security No. 459-18-7412. DOD: Oct. 18, 1982; POD: Lubbock, TX. His mother was: Mrs. Alta Wood, 2204 Wayne St., Lubbock, TX 79407 (806) 799-7569 Wife: (1) Ellie; (2) Joan; 3 sons by Ellie; 1 son James by Joan. He and first wife, Ellie, were both in CIA. He was discharged for alcoholism. Went to Denver and worked for a newspaper. Wrote extensively about the "Purple Gang" of Detroit. Investigator for Jim Garrison. Discharged in January 1968 because Garrison thought he was still CIA and "planted" to destroy Garrison's investigation.
The Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy & Ricci, p. 87; If You Have a Lemon, Make Lemonade, Hinckle, p. 234; On the Trail of the Assassins, Garrison, pp. 174, 191-192; The Man Who Knew Too Much, Russell, pp. 591-592, 643, 688-689; Washington Post, 5/19/91, p. D4

WOOD, THERESA
Wood, Theresa    WC Testimony    Wife of Dr. Homer Wood

WOODARD, JAMES E.
Member of Dallas Police Department for a "short time" around 1954. Friend of Jack Ruby?? Knoxville Office FBI # 255 317 A. U.S. Customs, Miami, stated Woodard should be considered armed and dangerous. Wife is former Bonnie Shives of Zapata, Texas. He "disappeared" in Knoxville, Tennessee, Sunday, December 1, 1963.
WC Vol 26, pp. 644-649; CD 103, p. 12; JFK Collection List, pg. 42 (under alleged associates) (AMKW 80)

WOODARD, MAREY LOU

WOODARD, PAUL A.
Has not seen James E. Woodard since 1953 or 1954. Says James is a liar.
WC Vol 26, p. 646

WOODROW, F. G
Dallas Police Department officer assigned to Market Hall 11/22/63. "Patrolman F. G. Woodrow at Market Hall in Car 112 driving south on Stemmons, saw motorcade at Triple Overpass. Dispatched to TSBD."
WC Vol 23, p. 840; CD 1245, p. 150

WOODRUFF, ANNE (MRS.)
Name, address and phone number in Jack Ruby's notebook.
WC Vol 19, p. 44; WC Vol 22, p. 504; CE 1644; CD 105, p. 184

WOODS HOTEL (HOUSTON)

WOODS, BETTY (MRS.)
Manager, Crestwood Apartments. Said Sylvia Odio moved into Apt. A, 1084 Magellan Circle on Aug. 1, 1963, and paid rent through September 20, 1963.
CD 1392

WOODS, CHARLES
President of WTVY, Inc., Dothan, Alabama. Said Paul Rowland Jones was affiliated with Murder, Inc.
CD 1263; CD 1264

WOODS, JAMES
HSCA Vol 8, p. 200

WOODS, LEONARD
Piano player with "Blazers" at Vegas Club in November 1963. Played with Brother Bear and Joe Johnson. Last talked to Ruby on evening of 11/23/63. Ruby told him club would be closed. Name and number in Jack Ruby's notebook.
WC Vol 22, p. 499; CD 106, p. 193

WOODS, LEON E.

WOODSON, OBERT F.
His name was on gun range list of patrons one of days LHO allegedly there.
Sportsdrome Gun Range List of Patrons

WOODSON, SAM P., JR.
HSCA Vol 11, p. 513

WOODWARD, BOB

WOODWOOD, JAMES
(H&L)

WOODWARD, HUGH MCLENNON
DOB: 6/11/26. Public Affairs Officer (USIA). In Switzerland 1952-1956. In Bolivia 1956-1961.
Who's Who in CIA, Mader, p. 566

WOODWARD, MARY ELIZABETH
Woodward, Mary Elizabeth     December 7, 1963, FBI report    Witness at assassination scene
In 1993, she is Mrs. Mary Pillsworth in Niskayuna, NY. She was with Dallas Morning News in 1963 and witnessed the assassination while standing on north side of Elm.
WC Vol 24, p. 520; CE 2084; CD 7, pp. 17-19; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 41; Who Killed Kennedy, Buchanan, p. 84; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 96-97, 175; Dallas Morning News, 11/23/63, p. 3
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKJOxL9YxZ4&feature=related

WOOLDRIDGE, ----- (MR.)
WC Vol 19, p. 62

WOOLF, DORRIT E.
(H&L)

WOOLSEY, JEFF
(H&L)

WOOLVERTON, ROBERT ELMER
HSCA Vol 9, p. 421

WOOTEN, EDWARD (MAJOR)
Name was on U.S. Embassy, Moscow, Diplomatic List in 1959. His name appeared in "Sammy" paper (MMF 1741).
CIA document dated 8 September 1964 (MMF 1741)

WOR (NEW YORK)

WORKER, THE

WORKERS WORLD

WORLD, HEALTH ORGANIZATION
LHO had forged World Health Organization vacination card, 11/22/63, showing A. J. Hidell as vacinator, stamped 6/8/63, P. O. Box 30016, New Orleans, LA. Page 1 of George deMohrenschildt's 1967 resume (to MacNaughton) under publications: "In preparation for the World Health Organization: 'Relation between Geology of Haiti and Incidence of Malaria,' jointly with doctors of World Health Organization in Haiti."
WC Vol 20, p. 635; WC Vol 24, pp. 343, 422

WORLD TRADE EXPOSITION

WORLDS OF CLIFFORD SIMAK, THE, 
BY CLIFFORD SIMAK
(H&L)

WORLEY, GANO EDWARD, JR.
Worley, Gano E.    WC Testimony    Reserve Force, Dallas Police Department.
Dallas Police Department reserve officer. Badge 516.
WC Vol 21, pp. 774-776; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 144-145, 148

WORMSER, CLIFFORD JOSEPH
(H&L)

WORRELL, JAMES RICHARD, JR.
Worrell, James Richard, Jr.    WC Testimony, 11/23/63 Affidavit    Witness at assassination scene.
Witnessed assassination from northwest corner of Elm and Houston. Worrell's story of man running from rear of TSBD is disputed by Romack and Rackley. Killed in motorcycle accident 11/9/66 at age 23.
Warren Report, p. 235; WC Vol 2, pp. 190-201; WC Vol 6, p. 283 (unnamed); CE 363; CE 2003, p. 69; CD 897, pp. 26-30; HSCA Vol 4, p. 467; HSCA Vol 12, p. 9; Forgive My Grief II, Jones, p. 27; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 99, 182; Accessories After the Fact, Meagher, pp. 13, 199-200; Six Seconds in Dallas, Thompson, pp. 139, 240-241, 244, 248
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=6424

WORSHAM, JERRY M., JR.
100 rounds of 6.5 ammunition were shipped to him 5/11/62.
CD 7, p. 207

WORTH HOTEL (FW)

(HARVEY AND LEE)
WORTH, LEON H.

Ran Galaxy Club on McKinney. Knew Jack Ruby.
WC Vol 26, p. 188; CE 1531; CE 2799; CD 4, pp. 791-792, 794

WORTHEIMER, MERT
HSCA Vol 9, p. 274

WORTHINGTON, GEORGE
Manager of Jiffy Store, 310 So. Industrial, Dallas, TX. Questioned re allegation LHO was in his store twice in a.m. of 11/22/63.
CD 7, pp. 738-74

WORTHY, WILLIAM JR.
201-024907. Arrested in July 1962 for "illegal entry into the United States after he defied the U.S. State Department and traveled to Cuba." Foreign correspondent of a Baltimore newspaper, "Afro American."
Secret Service Report dated 11/25/63 furnished to CIA.

WOULFMANE, LUZ SERLOVA
Soviet National. "Came to Mexico 6 Oct 59 with artist family on 2-year engagement..." "Now married to Carlos Lagunas Zavala..." 5 June 1962 she asked to see Kostikov.
CIA Doc JFK 104-10015-10080 and JFK 104-10015-10288, Lifton's pp. 234-238 (originally released as CIA 87-564)

WOUNDS (see AUTOPSY AND MEDICAL FINDINGS)
             wounds John B Connally
             wounds John F Kennedy

WRIGHT, ALLEN ELI
Wife: Mrs. Carol B. Wright, 105 Central Ave., Laurel, Mississippi. Alleged that Ernesto Pujiet, a French Canadian 'gun-for-hire' checked into Stoneleigh Hotel in Dallas on 11/19/63. Thought Pujiet was still in Dallas on 11/22/63. (deMohrenschildt had lived at Stoneleigh and Paul M. Raigorodsky was living there in November 1963.) Wright claimed that he had helped Ramsey Clark re Somoza "years ago."
Bud Fensterwald's note on conversation with Wright.

WRIGHT, BILLY
Ralph Paul called him.
WC Vol 25, pp. 256, 258

WRIGHT, C. FRANK
Wife: Mary. Witnessed Tippit slaying. He and his wife made call for ambulance when Tippit was shot.
New York Times, October 12, 1964; Rush to Judgment, Lane, 194; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 169-172

WRIGHT, CLIFFORD L.
Dallas Morning News foreman.
CE 2262; CD 86, pp. 513-514; HSCA Vol 9, pp. 1100, 1106

WRIGHT, EDWARD L.
Observer for American Bar Association.
WC Vol 2, p. 155

WRIGHT, ELIZABETH (MRS. O. P.)
Wife of O. P. Wright. She was also an employee of Parkland Hospital.
WC Vol 6, p. 151; WC Vol 21, pp. 193-202

WRIGHT, FRANK

WRIGHT, JAMES C., JR. (REP.)
Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 18, p. 616; HSCA Vol 1, p. 32

WRIGHT, LONNIE RAY
In Sheriff's office (??). "Three-time loser" jailed on 22nd.
WC Vol 19, p. 527; Decker Exhibit 5323, p. 527

WRIGHT, MARY (MRS. FRANK)
She and her husband witnessed Tippit slaying. They called for an ambulance.
New York Times, October 12, 1964; Rush to Judgment, Lane, p. 194; Oswald: Assassin or Fall Guy, Joesten, pp. 169-172

WRIGHT, MILTON T.
Wright, Milton T.    Statement    Driver of the car carying Earl Cabell.
Texas Highway Department Patrolment driving Mayor Earle Cabell's car on 11/22/63. Witnessed assassination.
WC Vol 18, p. 802; CE 1024; CD 1095

WRIGHT, MONK
HSCA Vol 9, pp. 151, 517

WRIGHT, NORMAN EARL See NORMAN, EARL
Wright, Norman Earl    WC Testimony    Acquaintance of Jack Ruby

WRIGHT, O. P. (WIFE: ELIZABETH L. WRIGHT)
Security Officer at Parkland Memorial Hospital. Sgt. Patrick Dean's wife, Shirley Dean, was allegedly the daughter of O. P. Wright.
WC Vol 6, pp. 110, 139, 152; WC Vol 21, pp. 229-232; HSCA Vol 1, p. 442; Inquest, Epstein, p. 64; The Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Duffy and Ricci, pp. 516-517; High Treason, Groden and Livingstone, p. 66

WRIGHT, PETER MAURICE
"Mole-catcher" in MI-5. DOD: Thursday, April 27, 1995; POD: Tasmania. Survived by wife of 56 years, Lois Wright; daughters: Tessa W. Southern and Jennifer W. Andrews; son: Bevis.
Cold Warrior, Mangold, pp. 67-69, 92-94, 97-100, 154-155, 257, 319, 432; Molehunt, Wise, pp. 97-99, 102-103; Spycatcher, Wright; New York Times, Friday, April 28, 1995

WRIGHT, RAYMOND
Requested indices search on LHO and Marina October 12, 1961.
WC Vol 22, p. 35; WC Vol 26, p. 20; CIA 1249-1010

WRIGHT, ROLAND O.
Member of a hunting party at Lee Shearer's San Saba Ranch in November 1963. Jack Ruby was rumored to be a member of the party. Wright was owner of Day and Night Automotive Motor Company, 505 W. Commerce St., Dallas, TX.
WC Vol 25, p. 354, CE 2377

WRIGHT, W. G.
Member of hunting party at Lee Shearer's San Saba Ranch in November 1963. Jack Ruby was rumored to have been a member of the hunting party.
WC Vol 25, p. 354, CE 2377

WRINGER PROJECT,
Project WRINGER was U.S. Army code name for a project to recruit or train linguists for the purpose of debriefing members of the defeated Axis forces after World War II. This project more or less petered out, and with the creation of the U.S. Air Force in 1947, U.S. Air Force members of the WRINGER project were reassigned to other intelligence or counterintelligence duties.
International Dictionary of Intelligence, Leo D. Carl

WSB-TV (ATLANTA)

WULF, WILLIAM EUGENE, JR.
Wulf, William E.    WC Testimony    Acquaintance of Oswald in his youth.
President of New Orleans Amateur Astronomy Association. LHO attended some meetings.
Warren Report, p. 360; CE 1386; CD 75, pp. 326, 494-498; Lee, R. Oswald, p. 77

WULF, WILLIAM EUGENE, SR.
Retired merchant seaman.
CD 75, pp. 494, 498

WURTZ, MARY
(HARVEY AND LEE)

WWL-TV (NO)

WYATT, GEORGE OWEN
(AARC has an FBI document re George Owen Wyatt from Ft. "Wayne", Texas)
JFK Collection List, pg. 59 (under arrests) (AMKW 97)

WYLE, NATHAN
Associate at Travel, Inc., 1213-1214 Adolphus Tower, Dallas. On 10/2/63, Jack Ruby talked to Wyle about a Caribbean cruise. Wyle was a former reporter for Dallas Morning News.
CE 2347; CD 86, p. 431; HSCA Vol 9, p. 1093

WYLIE, LOU (MRS.)
Reported individual on S. Claiborne Avenue Bus in Summer 1963 who announced to riders that he had just come back from Cuba aboard an Army plane
FBI 100-16601 (MMF 1938)

WYLLIE, G. P.
CD 328

WYLLIE, JOHN S. (MAJOR)
CD 328

WYNNE, GREVILLE
Spied for British intelligence service, MI-6 and CIA. Worked with Col. Oleg Penkovsky. Captured in Budapest in November 1962, tried in Moscow in May 1963, and spent 18 months in Lubyanka Prison in Moscow. Died Wednesday, February 28, 1990, in Cromwell Hospital in London, at age 71.
New York Times, Friday, March 2, 1990, p. B12 (HARVEY AND LEE)

WYSONG, HARRY EDWARD
Married Marilyn Owens (aka Diana Hunter), February 1964. By June 19, 1964, he had committed himself to Terrell State Hospital for "homicidal tendencies."
CD 1150, p. 3

WYSONG, MARILYN (MRS. HARRY EDWARD WYSONG) (DIANA HUNTER) (MARILYN OWENS)
Stripper at Carousel Club for 3 or 4 years.
WC Vol 26, p. 262; CD 1150, p. 3; CD 1193, pp. 236-239

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