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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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TO... John Warren.........
.............., DR. AppropriatepS . CIAL Address 2161 Rayburn House Office Building VD SELECT COMMITEES Washington, D.c. 20515
ARTICLES OR SERVICES
Quantity work ...19.65 ...! Sept 30' .... Official business trip to.. New.. York, N..Y.....
'authorized by Comnittee on Education and Laborl.
Mileage, round trip, Washington.de.c.-New York, .../475 mi N.Y., and in and about New York City.................. 1,12 ************* ................... Parking fees.
Tolls .. .. . .. ........ .
(ALTHORISED BY HRES 139, APPOVED 2/24/65, 89th CONGRESS-1st)...............!
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I CERTITY that the above bill is correct and just, and that payment therefor has not been received.
• SIGN ORIGINAL ONLY (Rill punt be completely olled i belon certi.
Payee ........ nation by pase, and there must not be say man or sent too whatever.)
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I CERTIFT that the above articles have been received in good condition ind in the quality and quantity'above specified, or the nervione performed as stated, and that they are in accordance with the orders them t hat the pricey barged ape jupt, reasonable, and in accordance vitb Sreeinent.
•Wher rooober cortidad by corporation or company, the mame of the person writing tbe corporate or company name, oper. Brample: "Ohlango Edison Company, per Jobs Smith, " Becretary or Treare, ur tomber of Arm, tbs can may be.
(The document referred to was marked “Warren Exhibit 4,” and received in evidence.)
Mr. O'CONNOR. And admitted in the record at the appropriate place. I have no further questions.
Mr. Hays. Are there any questions? Mr. NEDZI. I have a question, Mr. Chairman. Mr. Warren, you testified that you had made some personal trips to New York. How many did you make?
The WITNESS. I do not remember offhand how many personal trips I made to New York because at the times I have gone they were not in any way connected with the chairman or the committee. I have gone rather frequently on my own.
Mr. NEDZI. When you say rather frequently was this once a month, twice a month, once in 2 months?
The WITNESS. In all truthfulness, I could not remember how often it was because this has been over a 3-year period of time.
Mr. NEDZI. We are talking about a 2-year period of time; 1965 and 1966.
The WITNESS. I am talking about the trips that have been over a 3-year period. Although you are discussing 2, it has been over å 3-year period. I do not remember when and how often it was at the time.
Mr. NEDZI. Did you go more frequently on personal business than on committee business?
The WITNESS. To my knowledge, no, sir. I did not. Mr. NEDZI. Can you compare the reasons for going whether you went approximately the same number of times on personal business or committee business?
The WITNESS. No; I could not compare them because I have never given it any thought.
Mr. NEDZI. Can you give it some thought now? The WITNESS. I still couldn't say. Mr. NEDZI. Did you go twice as many times on personal business than committee business or twice as many times on committee business as personal business, or the same number of times?
The WITNESS. As I just said, if I cannot remember well enough to put the two together, then I could not say whether or not I went twice as many times on one than the other.
Mr. NEDZI. When you went on a personal visit, did you go on a weekend or during the week?
The WITNESS. I think I went on the weekend.
Mr. NEDZI. How long would you stay if you went on personal business?
The WITNESS. I stayed a few days. How many days I couldn't say exactly. For instance, I remember one occasion I went to New York with some' friends. We just went up there for a weekend. We all stayed downtown'at one of the hotels on this particular occasion. Mr. NEDZI. Did you ever go for a day?
The WITNESS. Go to New York just for a day?
The WITNESS. I might have. It is not clear to me right now. I might have gone for a day.
Mr. NEDZI. I have no further questions.
Mr. Hays. Thank you, Mr. Warren, you may be excused. You are excused from the subpena.
(Witness excused.) Mr. Hays. The committee will stand in recess until December 29, 1966, at 10 o'clock.
(Whereupon, at 11:45 a.m., the committee was recessed to reconvene at 10 o'clock, Thursday, December 29, 1966.)
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1966
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Present: Messrs. Hays, Burleson, Nedzi, Lipscomb, Devine, and Dickinson.
Also present: Daniel L. O'Connor, associate counsel; C. William Tayler, associate counsel; and Julian P. Langston, chief clerk; Ralph Smith, legislative assistant to Mr. Dickinson.
Mr. Hays. Mr. Langston, you have been sworn previously.
JULIAN P. LANGSTON, having been previously duly sworn, was recalled and testified further as follows:
By Mr. TAYLER:
Q. You are the chief clerk of the Committee on House Administration?
A. That is correct.
Q. Now, as the chief clerk you have custody of the files of the committee?
A. That is right, sir.
Q. And did you find in your files a copy of a subpena issued by the
A. Yes; I have a copy of that subpena here.
| BY AUTHORITY OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CONGRESS OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
¿ You are hereby commanded to summon L. Marjorie Horos. (Kis... Ada
to be and appear before the Special Subcommittee.cu. Contracts. House Administrati Committee of the House of Representatives of the United States, of which the Hon. ---Wayan -La-laya...
--------... is chairman, „whick.comitiania conducting an inquiry into matters relatiag 10. activities af.athe Committaa Con Education and Labor, House.af. Representatives of the United Stataa....
D. C., Room H-329, v. $. Capitol Building, in their chamber in the city of hingtony on December 19, 1966.... fan. to manaia. available until called)..
, at the hour of 10:30 1.0. then and there to testify touching matters of inquiry committed to said Committee; and he is not to depart without leave of said Committee. Herein fail not, and make return of this summons.
Witness my hand and the seal of the House of Representatives
of the United States, at the city of Washington, this belfth..... day of Decembe ----, 19.66
(The above-referred-to document was marked "Langston Exhibit 7" and received in evidence.)
By Mr. TAYLER: Q. Was that subpena delivered to the U.S. marshal in San Juan for service upon Miss Flores?
A. Yes. It was mailed on December 14, 1966.