A Record from Mary's Database


WC Vol. 14, p. 57; CD 4, p. 770; CD 223, p. 53; CD 355, p. 131


She met Jack Ruby at a lunch counter in a drug store about three months prior to 12/25/62. He tried to give her a guest pass to the Carousel Club. She refused to accept it. He followed her to the bus stop. She became frightened and went back to the drug store and called a cab. Her name apparently appeared in Jack Ruby's "Jot-it-Down" notebook. Larry Crafard did not recognize the name.

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