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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 41

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  • Text: EASTERN AIR LINES INCORPORATED / 1422 WEST PEACHTREE STREET / ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30309 / 404-875-8811 a® EASTERN Le October 25, 1967 Office of the Mayor City of Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Attention: Captain Royal Dear Captain Royal: I would like to express my gratitude for your personal assistance when my secretary's automobile was impounded. Needless to say she was delighted to,as she put it, "to see a smiling face at the door of the Police Station". The whole incident was regretable, and I assure you it will not happen again. There is one comment I would like to make regarding the traffic officer involved in the incident. Officer Penrod was very courteous and rather apologetic that it was necessary to take such action, but as I mentioned before, he was only doing his sworn duty. This officer is indeed a gentleman and a credit to his department. I cannot say it has been a pleasure doing business with him, however, since he has ticketed me several times for overtime parking, and each time I have been guilty. But, it is gratifying to know that this officer is so conscientious. : If there is any need of our assistance for you or your personnel for air travel plans, please feel free to call on us at your convenience. CJS: fpa
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 2

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  • Text: Le THE READER’S DIGEST Pleasanwille New York, December 22, 1967 Dear Mayor Allen: They're called "New York's Finest," but patrolmen in New York are paid 50 percent less than carpenters. In Chicago, electricians earn $1.85 more than the officer on the beat. Seattle pays cable splicers $375 a month more than patrol- men. As Mayor, you are of course acutely aware of the deplorable financial status of most of the nation's policemen. You know, too, that low pay is just one of a number of problems -- public apathy and unrealistically restrictive court de- cisions are others -- facing the cop on the beat. The lowered morale that results has contributed to police short- ages and soaring crime rates. Now millions of Americans will share your concern and your knowledge, with publication of a January Reader's Digest article calling for higher salaries and increased public support for policemen. We are enclosing an advance copy of "Our Alarming Police Shortage"; we'd be happy to send you additional copies on request. Sincerely yours, o Vice President CRD: jm Enc. The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 33

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  • Text: THE CITIZENS & SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK _ ATLANTA, GA. COPY November 6, 1967 Chief Herbert Jenkins Atlanta Police Department 175 Decatur Street, §. Ee Atlanta, Georgia Dear Chief Jenkins: I would like to extend our thanks for the many courtesies Officer Lyons and Officer Cardell of the Crime Prevention Bureau of the Atlanta Police Department extended to representatives of the United States Jaycees and the Ford Foundation last week. These representatives were visiting Atlanta to observe the work of the Summerhill Community, Atlanta Government Organizations and the Atlanta Jaycees in the Summerhill neighborhood and other under- privileged areas. We appreciate the fine co-operation always extended to the Atlanta Jaycees by the Police Department. Sincerely, bite Umntodhe— William J. VanLandi m Director - Atlanta Jaycees ee: Honorable Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. .—— Mr. Jim Goldin
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 31

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  • Text: CEE SS Se Sa Asner mare November 8, 1967 Mr. Henry L. Bowden City Attorney 2614 First National Bank Bidg. Atlanta, Georgia Dear Henry: Attached hereto is a petition of a suit filed in U. &. District Court against Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. , Lt. J. R.Shattles, Raiph Huisey of the City Prison Farm and myself. Please have someone to file the answer in this case. If there is any additional information needed, please let us know. Sincerely yours, t _HTSgp daddy h— attach c. ¢. Mayor Ivan Allen, J ae Lt. J. R. Shattles Capt. Ralph Hulsey Sa a cn er aS pen
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 46

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  • Text: October 17, 1967 Mrs. A. E. Allison 1315 Day Street, S. W. Atlanta, Georgia 30310 Dear Mrs. Allison: This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of October 16th concerning the old automobiles on your street. Iam referring your letter to Superintendent Moselgy of the Police Department and I am sure he will take care of it. Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor 1AJ3r/br CC: Superintendent Moseley
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 15

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia November 27, 1967 HERBERT T. JENKINS Chief MEMORANDUM To: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. From: The Atlanta Police Department (Gertrude Pasley) November 20, 1967 to November 26, 1967, inclusive 2 patrolmen resigned (one requested (one return to Navy) 1 patrolman re-employed Total vacancies: 1 Total Guards: 6 E.O. A. employees (paid by the Federal Government) «: 2 <)
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 13

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  • Text: December 11, 1967 Chief Herbert Jenkins Atlanta Police Department 175 Decatur Street, S. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Dear Chief: For your information, we are enclosing herewith correspondence received from Al Bows, the new President of the Chamber of Commerce. Sincerely yours, R. Earl Landers Administrative Assistant REL:lp Enclosure a
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 47

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  • Text: Hampron L. DauGHTRY 3181 CHatrHam Roan, N. W. ATLANTA 5, GEORGIA October 17, 1967 Dear Ivan, The enclosed copies of letters to Sergeant J. P. Eaves and Chief Jenkins are self-explanatory, 2nd I simply wanted to invite your attention to them. Sincerely, FNCsS. Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor of Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 27

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia November 13, 1967 HERBERT T. JENKINS Chief MEMORANDUM To: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. From: The Atlanta Police Department (Gertrude Pasley) November 6, 1967 to November 12, 1967 inclusive 2 patrolmen employed Total vacancies: 1 Total guards: 6 E.O.A. employees (paid by Federal Government): 2 (&3
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 57

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  • Text: 2140 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30309 OF ATLANTA September 26, 1967 Mrs. Ann Moses Mayor’s Office City Had Atlanta, Georgia Dear Ann, | certainly enjoyed talking to you this morning regarding our grand opening of The Racquet Club of Atlanta and | greatly appreciate your being able to have Mayor Ivan Allen appear for our ribbon cutting ceremonies for our new tennis club, to be held here the |I7th of October at 2 p.m. We are inviting the press, T. V. and radio to attend this memorable event. Looking forward to you and your husband coming out and visiting with us personally. Warmes SD 2 NV! Holm g Racquet Club of Atlanta rersonal regards, PH/ Iw
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 51

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia October 2, 1967 HERBERT T. JENKINS Chief MEMORANDUM To: Mayor W an Allen, Jr. From: The Atlanta Police Department (Gertrude Pasley) September 25, 1967 to October 1, 1967 inclusive 1 Patrolman on military leave 1 Patrolman resigned under charges 1 Patrolman resigned to return to school 6 Patrolmen appointed Total vacancies: 9 Total guards: 3 E.O.A. employees - paid by Federal Government: 2 <>
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 3

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  • Text: TRAFFIC FATALITIES TO DATE 1967. 4 #83. U:hSAM. November 19, 1967 620 Central “ve.-Glenn C.M.65, Victim, pedestrian who stepped off curb into path of vehicle. #8). 6:01P.M. November 2h, 1967 881 Porce de Leon-Barnett St. W.F. 15, Victim, pedestrian, crossing street was struck by vehicle making turn from Barnett into Ponce de Leon Ave. #85. 1:25 A.M. November 25, 1967 Wh9 Lakewood Ave., W.M.21, Vietin, driver of vehicle treveling north on Lakewood 4ve., struck parked vehicle. #86. 8:05P.3. November h, 1967 Hollywood Rd. and Arno Dre C.F.?? Victim, passenger in vehicle pulling into Hollywood Rd. from Arno Dr. was struck by vehicle traveling south on Hollywood Rd. #87. 3:00P.U. November 27, 1967 N.E.Freeway and P'tree Creek Bridge C.M. 22. Victim, driver of vehicle traveling south on Freeway struck by vehicle traveling north on Freeway. #88-7:15P .M. December 1, 1967 #89 155 East Lake Dr.,S.E. C.F 0, _ Victim, passenger in vehicle traveling north on East Lake Dr. C.M.21. Victim, driver of vehicle traveling south on East Lake Dr, #90. 5:30P.M, December 2, 1967 223 North 4ve.,N.E., W.F.70. Victim, pedestrian crossing north Aves #91. 5:15P.M, December 6, 1967 Henry and Pryor St. C.M. . Victim, pedestrian who ran from behind parked vehicle into path of moving vehicle. 7926 6:00A.H. December 10, 1967 E. Confederate Ave. and Walker St. W.M.19. Victim, passenger in vehicle traveling east on Confederate Ave. left roadway and struck pole, #93. 6:20P.M. | November 29, 1967 Bankhéad Hwy. and Rice St, W.M. 59. Victim, pedestrian, who darted across the street, into path of vehicle. Victim died 12-13-67. #9. 8:25PM. December 15, 1967 | Gordon Rd. and Florida Ave. C.M. 63. Victim, pedestrian, waiting at center line to cross street was struck by west bound vehicle. Vehicle left scene. #95. 11:15A.M. December 15, 1967 819 North Ave.,N.E. W.F. 17. Victim,passenger in vehicle traveling west on North Ave. was struck by vehicle traveling cast. #96. 2:25P.M. December 22, 1967 108 Luckie 5t., NU. W.M. 56, Victim, pedestrian who fell from sidewalk into path of vehicle. ‘ i #97. 11:55P.M. . December 27, 1967 Stewart and Deckner W.M.25. Victim, driver of vehicle traveling north on Stewart 4ve, #98, 8:35P.M. December 30, 1967 158 Chapel "d.,N.We C.M.26, Victim, driver of motorcycle which struck parked vehicle. a
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 38

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia October 25, 1967 HERBERT T. JENKINS Chief Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia My dear Mr. Mayor: Thank you very much for your letter of , October 24th. Several members of this department have parti- cipated in the civil defense exercises at the City Auditorium during this week. Supt. J. L. Moseley and I will personally attend the briefing at 10 A. M. on Saturday, October 28, 1967. All of the Superintendents have been instructed that if Iam not available, to notify you immediately of any incident of disorder that has a racial overtone, or any time that it is necessary to use the Task Force of the Police Department in any racial disturbance. Sincerely yours, HTJ:gp - G, C. Supt. J. L. Moseley hief o ice Supt. F. Beerman Supt. J. F. Brown Supt. I. G. Cowan Supt. Clinton Chafin Supt. J. L. Tuggle suse if
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 29

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  • Text: 693 PEACHTREE STREET, N.E. Distinctive Men's Wear November 10, 1967 Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. City Hall Atlanta, Georgia Honorable Ivan Allen; We had a burglary in our shop October 13, 1967, as per the enclosed newspaper item, The culprits were apprehended and some of the merchan- dise has started flowing back to us. I wish to take this opportunity to express my personal feelings regarding the fine detective work on this case. Too often the work that these men do is not recognized by the general public. This letter is to express my thanks for the work of the following detectives: B.F,. Addison JéeRe Wall A.W. Gilman _Yoyr, eer arold 4. Spéxcer Director c/ SPENCER'S LID. HLS:sw f ec Supt. Clinton Chafin--Detective Bureau Atlanta Police Department
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 54

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  • Text: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1967 2p.m. RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY ... BY THE TENNIS COURTS "THE RACQUET CLUB" 2140 Peachtree Road, N. W. BRIEF CEREMONY... MASTER OF CEREMONIES... TONY SWEET (OWNER OF CLUB (FROM MIAMI, FLORIDA .. JIM TOWNSEND (PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR THE CLUB)... .. WILL SPEAK BRIEFLY .MR. SWEET WILL INTRODUCE MAYOR ALLEN . MAYOR ALLEN... BRIEF WORDS OF WELCOME . MAYOR ALLEN... CUT RIBBON FSS HS Ie Mayor Allen is to go to front desk and Mr. Holm will be waiting for you. week Approximately $200, 000 was spent on renovations, Board of Governors ~ Ww, Perry Ballard, Jr,, Joseph Boiardi, Lindsey Hopkins, III, W. O. Jones, Jack M, Rice, W. B. Schwartz, Jr,, James Townsend, FR FIRST PROFESSIONAL TENNIS TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD IN JULY, 1968.
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 22

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  • Text: A November 13, 1967 Mr. B. A. Henderson 648 Ormand Terrace Macon, Georgia Dear Mr. Henderson: This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of November 6th regarding the traffic accident your wife recently had in Atlanta. Since these records are maintained in the Police Department, I am forwarding your request to Superintendent Moseley in order that he may furnish you the information you desire. Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor IAJr/br CC: Superintendent Moseley
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 6

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  • Text: ee 5 oy ory PON AE iy Gil a so ee I ta mi) HERBERT T. JENKINS Chief MEMORANDUM CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia To: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. December 18, 1967 From: The Atlanta Police Department (Gertrude Pasley) December 11, 1967 to December 17, 1967 inclusive 1 patrolman returned from military leave Total vacancies: 0 Total guards: 5 E.O.A. employees (paid by Federal Government): 2 of A * 4
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 35

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  • Text: CITY OF ATLANTA DEPARTMENT of POLICE Atlanta 3, Georgia November 6, 1967 HERBERT T. JENKINS Chief MEMORRA NDUM To: Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr. From: The Atlanta Police Department (Gertrude Pasley) October 30, 1967 to November 5, 1967, inclusive. 1 patrolman resigned (to become pipe fitter for sprinkler corp. ) 5 patrolmen employed Total vacancies: 3 Total guards: 8 E.O. A. employees (paid by Federal Government): 2 (a>
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 28

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  • Text: November 13, 1967 Mr. Harold L. Spencer, Director Spencer's Ltd. 693 Peachtree Street, N. E. Atlanta, Georgia 30308 Dear Mr. Spencer: I certainly appreciate your letter and your commendation of the Atlanta Police Depart- ment. I am forwarding your letter along to Chief Jenkins with my thanks also. Sincerely yours, Ivan Allen, Jr. Mayor _TASr/br
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Box 12, Folder 29, Document 60

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  • Text: UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION In Reply, Please Refer to File No. Houston, Texas October 19, 1967 Re: FRANK BARKMAN WATERS, also known as Frank B. Waters On April 18, 1961, a review of the military service record of FRANK BARKMAN WATERS at the Military Personnel Records Center, St. Louis, Missouri, disclosed that he enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps on March 17, 1941, and was honor- ably discharged on August 4, 1941, due to flying deficiency. He re-enlisted on November 21, 1941, and was honorably dis- charged on May 15, 1942, as an Aviation Cadet to accept a com- mission. He was appointed Second Lieutenant, May 16, 1942, and was honorably released from active duty on November 3, 1945, by reason of demobilization. His physical doscription was shown as follows: Namo Date of‘ Birth Place of Birth Height Weight Race Hair Eyes Education a. FRANK BARIQAN WATERS 3/15/18 Electra, Texas 5fg" 198 lbs. White Brown “Blue 3 years college; Hardin — Simmons University, Abilene, Texas This document contains heither recommendations hor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside your agency. 5 Re: FRANK BARKMAN WATERS Marital Status - Married . Wife - ELOISE R. WATERS Houston, Texas Residence 22i3 Del Monte Houston, Texas On March 27, 1959, an individual employed by WATERS, upon interview, advised as follows: WATERS, while in the United States Air Force, met and married his present wife, formerly Mrs. ELOISE CANTER, nee Eloise Roberts, who was very wealthy, in her own right. WATERS is well-known in Las Vegas, Nevada, and has the reputation among the pambling element as being a very big loser. WATERS retains on his pay roll, at a salary of $1,000.00 a month, a public relations man, one JOE LUCIA, who is a well-known gamblex in the Houston, Texas, area, , On May 13, 1958, WATERS received a letter from PHILIP FRANK KASTEL, well-known hoodlum of New Orleans, Louisiana, and operator of the Beverly Country Club in that city. In this letter KASTEL attempted to persuade WATERS to purchase the Beverly Country Club. On January 4, 1959, WATERS is said to have made a $25,000.00 loan to KASTEL for six months at five per cent interest, According to this source, gamblers constantly call WATERS on the private line in his office. Two of the individuals who call frequently are LEO ROSENBERG and one "JOE" from Las Vegas, Nevada. PHILIP FRANK KASTEL has called on various occasions. MARION R, ASKIN, Comptroller of the Frank Waters Oil Company, is reported to have given instructions that when a call is received from KASTEL, KASTEL's hame is never to be mentioned and that he is to be advised that there is a long distance call from New Orlenas and he will take the call on the private telephone, oe Re: FRANK BARKHAN WATERS ; Information was received on August 19, 1959, from a reliable source, that PHILIP FRANK KASTEL was ‘planning to re-open the Beverly Country Club two weeks before Thanksgiving and that there would be gambling at the Club when it re-opened, The sale of the Beverly Country Club in July 1959 was reported to have been a paper transaction with no change in the nanagement. The officers of the new corporation, Progressive : Properties, Inc., were given as HARION R. ASKIN, Comptroller of WATERS and THEODORE H, RIGGS, legal counsel for WATERS, It was further reported by this source that KASTEL's partner in the operation of the club was FRANK WATERS and that no one else had an interest in this club. On March 29, 1960, this same source reported that the Beverly Country Club in New Orleans was re- opened on December 26, 1959, and that the gambling casino of the club was ready to commence operation. Information was received that gambling commenced at the Beverly Country Club on January 11, 1960. PHILIP FRANK KASTIEL was formerly an associate of well-known racketeer, FRANK COSTELLO, and has been publicly identified by COSTELLO as his partner and New Orleans associate. KASTEL was also associated with COSTELLO and reported La Cesa Nostra menber CARLOS MARCELLO in the operation of the Beverly Country Club in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, during the 1940's. On October 6, 1951, FRANK BARKMAN WATERS was interviewed by representatives of the FBI, Houston, Texas, at which time he advised as follows: : WATERS stated he first met AL SMILEY 10 or 11 years previous, in Los Angeles,. California. SMILEY possessed, at that time, a .12500 interest in an oil well located approximately 60 miles south of Odessa, Texas. 2a RE; FRANK BARKMAN WATERS JOE LUCIA also possessed an interest in this same well. SMILEY, during nner aig 1961, utilized a suite maintained by WATERS at the Sun Valley Motel, Houston, Texas. On September 20, 1961, Captain W. W. STEPHENSON, Houston, Texas, Police Department, advised he had arrested AARON SMEHOFF, also known as Al Smiley, on September 18, 1961, at the Sun Valley Motel, Houston, Texas. One PETER EDWIN GEBHARD was arrested with SMEHOFF. Captain STEPHENSON advised these two individuals were arrested for bookmaking - investigation, both were released on September 19, 1961, and both were told to leave the City of Houston immediately. On September 18, 1964, the Federal Grand Jury, Houston, Texas, indicted JOSEPH P. LUCIA and 11 other individuals for violation of the Internal Revenue Code in connection with bookmaking activities. LUCIA entered a | plea of "guilty" to two counts of this indictment, and on February 1, 1965, he was sentenced to a term of six months imprisonment and given a $10,000.00 fine. On February 21, 1963, Lt. W. T. HIGGINS, in charge of the Vice Squad, Houston Police ‘Department, advised he had been informed FRANK ERICKSON, a well-known gambler and bookmaker from New York City, was registered at the Shan- rock Hilton Hotel, Houston, Texas. HIGGINS advised that later on that day, he and another officer had personally called on FRANK ERICKSON, at the latter's suite at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel. HIGGINS advised ERICKSON explained to him he was in Houston, Texas, strictly for social reasons and that he was in Houst on to visit his good friend, FRANK WATERS, whom he ‘had known for a long time ERICKSON stated he and WATERS intended to play golf during his stay in Houston and that he planned to return to New York City on February 24, 1963. = a eee RE: FRANK BARKMAN WATERS On February 27, 1963,-ROXIE SIMMONS, Security Officer, Shamrock Hilton Hotel, advised FRANK ERICKSON checked ~ into the hotel on February 18, 1963, and departed on. February 24, 1963. Reservations for ERICKSON at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel were made by the Auditor of the- Frank Waters Oil Company, Houston, Texas. - = Gk «
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