A Record from Mary's Database

Record:
ANDERSON, WILLIAM CLIFFORD
Sources:

WC 19 (501); CD 7 (606-17); Dallas Times Herald, 7/28/66; Dallas Morning News, 7/29/66

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Comments:

Overheard conversation of new neighbors just before dawn on 11/23/63; apparently conversation between Dudley Hall McFadin & Tommy Johnson. He was 22 yrs old in 1963 and was employed by Joe Summers Loop 12 Conoco Service Station, Loop 12 and Lancaster Rd, (214) 376-6766. In July 1966, a Wm. C. Anderson, age 25, and wife Jane, were flying a small rented plane from Nassau to Miami and were forced down in Cuba during a storm. They stayed 5 days and joined Russian, French, German and North Vietnamese officials there to celebrate the annual July 26 anniversary of Castro's takeover.

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