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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. VII - Page 195« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Richard S. Stovall)

Mr. Ball.
Now, you also found a magazine advertisement from Klein's Department Store, Klein's in Chicago?
Mr. Stovall.
Yes, sir; that was in the same box with the photographs.
Mr. Ball.
Just for illustration of your testimony, I would like to have marked as an exhibit to the deposition your report of the search of November 22, 1963, as your Exhibit No. C, and your report of the search of November 23, 1963, of the Paine residence as Exhibit No. D.
(Instruments referred to marked by the reporter as "Stovall Exhibits C and D," for identification.)
Mr. Ball.
You mention in there a map--what kind of map or maps did you find there?
Mr. Stovall.
I don't recall just what kind of maps they were.
Mr. Ball.
What time did you leave there that day?
Mr. Stovall.
Must have been around 4:30 or 5, I believe.
Mr. Ball.
Did Mrs. Paine or Mr. Paine say anything more to you than you have already told us?
Mr. Stovall.
No, sir; as well as I recall, Mr. and Mrs. Paine were both gone from the house when we left there.
Mr. Ball.
You took these materials with you that you have on this list?
Mr. Stovall.
Yes.
Mr. Ball.
You took them down to where?
Mr. Stovall.
We took them down to our office.
Mr. Ball.
And you made a list of them that day, did you?
Mr. Stovall.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Ball.
Now, did you do anything else on this investigation?
Mr. Stovall.
No, sir; that's all I can recall that I did on the investigation. I might add, there was--well, you have that on the list--some property.
Mr. Ball.
What is that?
Mr. Stovall.
When we took this identification off of Lee Oswald that had this selective service card, the name Hidell, and he also had his own identification--at the time we were in the garage we found some negatives out there that appeared that he had make a snapshot of a selective service card, and on the back of the negatives it was where the name would have been typed in--there was some stuff on the back of the negatives to block out the name when it was reprinted, and there were some selective service cards that he had printed himself out there from a negative that were blank and which appeared to be the same that he had on him at the time, on the 22d of November, that had the name of "A. Hidell" typed in on it.
Mr. Ball.
Did you appear at any showups of Oswald?
Mr. Stovall.
No, sir.
Mr. Ball.
Were you at any of the interrogations of Oswald?
Mr. Stovall.
No, sir.
Mr. Ball.
Well, I think that's all, Mr. Stovall. Thank you very much for coming over here.
Mr. Stovall.
Okay, thank you.
Mr. Davis.
Thank you so much, Mr. Stovall, we appreciate your coming by.
Mr. Stovall.
I hope it was of some help to you.

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Walter Eugene Potts

Testimony of Walter Eugene Potts

The testimony of Walter Eugene Potts was taken at 11:45 a.m., on April 3, 1964, in the office of the U.S. attorney, 301 Post Office Building, Bryan and Ervay Streets, Dallas, Tex., by Mr. Joseph A. Ball, assistant counsel of the President's Commission.
Mr. Ball.
Will you hold up your right hand and be sworn, please?
Mr. Potts.
Yes, sir.
Mr. Ball.
Do you solemnly swear that the testimony you are about to give
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