A Record from Mary's Database


CD 205, pp. 487, 491-494; CD 206, pp. 130, 132, 135-136


Formerly receptionist at Statler Hilton Hotel, 1914 Commerce St., Dallas. By 12/12/63, she is a hostess in the Court Club, Statler-Hilton, Dallas. She told of three young men applying for work at the Statler on Oct 31, 1963. Believed one was LHO. One was James Murphy. In 1950, she had answered an ad placed by Jack Ruby for a woman to work in his club. She declined the job.

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