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CD 4, pp. 155-156, 283-284


Phone was in names of Norma Miller and Jack Ruby. Ruby owned and managed Silver Spur from 1948 until August 1952, when he sold club to Martin Gimple of Chicago. Then, Ruby went to Chicago for about six weeks then returned and bought the Silver Spur back from Martin Gimple. In 1953, Ruby sold the Silver Spur to Rocky Robinson who formerly operated a club on Home Street in Dallas.

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