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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. XIV - Page 296« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of George Senator Resumed)

Mr. Griffin.
Bob Litchfield?
Mr. Senator.
No.
Mr. Griffin.
Mrs. Moddy?
Mr. Senator.
I don't know that either.
Mr. Griffin.
On the back cover is written the name Newton.
Mr. Senator.
The only name I know of a Newton would be John Newton of the newspaper. If that is him or not, I don't know, because this is a telephone number, I assume, isn't it, but there is no prefix to it. Maybe this is it now. I don't even know if that is him.
Mr. Griffin.
When you went out to look at the Earl Warren sign, "Impeach Earl Warren" sign, on Friday, or was it Saturday morning?
Mr. Senator.
Yes.
Mr. Griffin.
Did Jack write anything down?
Mr. Senator.
No.
Mr. Griffin.
You don't recall?
Mr. Senator.
I don't remember. I didn't see him write anything down. I can't quote if he did or didn't, but I didn't see him.. I will put it that way.
Mr. Griffin.
Did Jack have any newspapers in the car with him?
Mr. Senator.
That day?
Mr. Griffin.
Yes.
Mr. Senator.
I really don't know. I just don't refresh my mind if he did have any newspapers.
Mr. Griffin.
Did you drive Jack's car?
Mr. Senator.
No; he drove it.
Mr. Griffin.
I suggest now we probably ought to break to two-thirty.
(Whereupon, at 12:50 p.m. the proceeding recessed.)

Testimony of George Senator Resumed

Mr. Griffin.
The proceeding reconvened at 2:10 p.m.
Mr. Griffin.
I will repeat what we say at the beginning of each session. We are taking this deposition under the same conditions that we started out with, and you are under the same oath that you have been under at the outset.
Just before we took a break for lunch we had been through a number of notebooks which had many, many names in them. Let me ask you about some other names.
Did you know or hear Jack mention a Lawrence Meyers?
Mr. Senator.
No.
Mr. Griffin.
This man would have been from Chicago and he would have been engaged in a sales capacity in sporting goods.
Mr. Senator.
Oh, wait a minute. You mentioned sporting goods. That's right. I met someone up there. As a matter of fact, Jack got a pair of pushups from him.
Mr. Griffin.
Barbells?
Mr. Senator.
If it is Lawrence Meyers. I think that is the name. I am not sure. Barbells, yes.
Mr. Griffin.
Now you met some man or you heard of some man?
Mr. Senator.
Yes.
Mr. Griffin.
Who you think might be Lawrence Meyers?
Mr. Senator.
Yes; I know who you mean. When you mentioned sporting goods, then it.
Mr. Griffin.
How do you happen to know of this man?
Mr. Senator.
I met him at the Carousel one night when he was in town.
Mr. Griffin.
How long before Oswald was shot would that have been?
Mr. Senator.
I don't know. I think it was in the summer. I think it was this past summer. I think it was in the summer of 1963.
Mr. Griffin.
Would it have been in the month of November of 1963?
Mr. Senator.
No; I think it was much longer, much before that_ Well, it couldn't have been that. The reason I say that is because I wasn't living with Jack then.
Mr. Griffin.
In November of 1963 you were.
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