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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. III - Page 200« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of James , Jr. Jarman)

Mr. Jarman.
Well, not that I know of.
Mr. Ball.
Did he have any close friend that he would eat lunch with every day?
Mr. Jarman.
No. sir; not that I know of.
Mr. Ball.
Did you notice whether Oswald brought his lunch most of the time or bought his lunch most of the time?
Mr. Jarman.
Most of the time he brought his lunch.
Mr. Ball.
Most of the time he brought his lunch?
Mr. Jarman.
Yes.
Mr. Ball.
Did you ever see him buy his lunch?
Mr. Jarman.
Well, occasionally. I don't think so.
Mr. Ball.
I don't understand.
Mr. Jarman.
I mean sometimes he would go out of the building. One time I know in particular that he went out, but he didn't buy any lunch.
Mr. Ball.
There is a catering service that comes by the building every morning at 10 o'clock, isn't there?
Mr. Jarman.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Ball.
Did you ever see him buy his lunch from this catering service?
Mr. Jarman.
I think once or twice he did.
Mr. Ball.
Did you ever see him when he was eating his lunch?
Mr. Jarman.
Yes.
Mr. Ball.
Where?
Mr. Jarman.
Sometimes in the, as we called it, domino room, and again over coffee table where they make coffee.
Mr. Ball.
Is that the first floor?
Mr. Jarman.
That is the first floor.
Mr. Ball.
Now on November 22, what time did you get to work?
Mr. Jarman.
About 5 minutes after 8.
Mr. Ball.
Was Oswald there when you got there?
Mr. Jarman.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Ball.
Where did you see him the first time?
Mr. Jarman.
Well, he was on the first floor filling orders.
Mr. Ball.
Did you bring your lunch that day?
Mr. Jarman.
No, sir; I didn't.
Mr. Ball.
What did you do about lunch that day?
Mr. Jarman.
I got a sandwich off the carrying truck.
Mr. Ball.
About what time of day?
Mr. Jarman.
It was about 10 or a little after 10, maybe.
Mr. Ball.
Where did you put it, keep it until lunch?
Mr. Jarman.
In the domino room.
Mr. Ball.
Where in the domino room?
Mr. Jarman.
Well, they have two little windows, they have two sets of windows in there and I put it in the window.
Mr. Ball.
Did you talk to Oswald that morning?
Mr. Jarman.
I did.
Mr. Ball.
When?
Mr. Jarman.
I had him to correct an order. I don't know exactly what time it was.
Mr. Ball.
Oh, approximately. Nine, ten?
Mr. Jarman.
It was around, it was between eight and nine, I would say.
Mr. Ball.
Between 8 and 9?
Mr. Jarman.
Between 5 minutes after 8 and 9.
Mr. Ball.
You had him correct an order?
Mr. Jarman.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Ball.
Did you talk to him again that morning?
Mr. Jarman.
Yes, sir. I talked to him again later on that morning.
Mr. Ball.
About what time?
Mr. Jarman.
It was between 9:30 and 10 o'clock, I believe.
Mr. Ball.
Where were you when you talked to him?
Mr. Jarman.
In between two rows of bins.
Mr. Ball.
On what floor?
Mr. Jarman.
On the first floor.
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