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really transported on business to a place where you wanted to be anyway?

The WITNESS. Yes, sir.

Mr. Hays. Do you know where Mr. Powell is at this particular moment?

The WITNESS. No, sir. Mr. Hays. Would you be able to tell me whether or not on a letter I received this morning, which was shoved under the door—I don't know when it was put under the door but it was found this morningwhether that appears to be his signature?

The WITNESS. I don't even have to look at it. Mr. Hays. Is that his signature ? The WITNESS. No. Mr. Hays. It isn't his signature. Can you tell me from the initials who typed it?

The WITNESS. There again I am not

Mr. - Hays. It is just a typewritten initial there, it says A.C.P. by D. Who is that?

The WITNESS. H. I believe it would be Dorothy Himes. Mr. Hays. But you say that isn't his signature? The WITNESS. To me it does not appear to be his signature. Mr. Hays. In other words, he could have dictated this over the phone and asked somebody to write it and sign his name? The WITNESS. Yes, sir.

By Mr. O'CONNOR: Q. Do you know of anyone on the staff that signs the name similar to that?

A. I believe it looks like Mr. Stone's manner of signing.
Mr. Hays. We can develop that when-
The WITNESS. It looks like Mr. Stone's. I could not be sure.
Mr. Hays. Thank you. That is all.
Mr. TAYLER. Mr. Chairman.
Mr. Hays. Sorry.

By Mr. TAYLER: Q. Mrs. Dargans, this memorandum, undated memorandum from Mr. Stone to you which bears the date stamp of October 25, 1966, relative to instruction to draw a check from the chairman to Eastern Airlines in connection with some of these reimbursements, would you have any objection to our putting that in the record ?

A. No. I made some--you know how you make little notes down there. I would have no objection if I could have the original back.

Mr. Hays. Can't we just photostat it?

Mr. O'CONNOR. We will photostat it. We will substitute a Xerox copy for the record. But we would like to have it photostated and return it to your office. Mr. TAYLER. Then will this be markedThe CLERK. No.7.

Mr. TAYLER. No. 7, the little blue undated memorandum from Mr. Stone to Mrs. Dargans, and attached thereto is a two-page statement from Eastern Airlines dated September 13, 1966. May this be admitted into the record, Mr. Chairman, subject to it being withdrawn after a photostat is made?

Mr. Hays. Yes.

OCT 2 5 1966

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Mr. TAYLER. And a photostat substituted therefor.
Mr. Hays. Yes.
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By Mr. TAYLER: Q. You also identified, as you described it, your dog-eared memorandum of your report on your Miami trip. Would you offer that to us or give that to us so it could be put into the record ?

A. This is all I have.

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Q. We could photostat that and return the original to you, also. On the reverse side it shows the people whom you contacted in Miami on that trip?

A. Yes.

Mr. TAYLER. Could that be marked “Dargans' Exhibit No. 8” and may that be admitted into the record subject to withdrawing it after it is photostated and the photostat substituted ?

Mr. Hays. Yes; without objection.

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