G. F. ROSE - R. S. STOVALL - J. P. ADAMCIK - H. M. MOORE
REPORT ON INVESTIGATION OF THE PRESIDENT'S MURDER
November 23, 1963, Saturday, reported for duty 10:00 AM and spent first two hours checking and initializing evidence. 12:30 PM called Judge Joe Brown, Jr., and obtained a Search Warrant to search the premises at 2515 West 5th, Irving, and Detectives R.S. Stovall, H. M. Moore, J.P. Adamcik and G. F. Rose drove to Irving Texas, and contacted Det. Mc Cabe of the Irving Police Department, who accompanied us to 2515 West 5th, Irving, home of Ruth Paine. We showed Mrs. Paine the Warrant and proceeded to search the premises, starting in the garage where we found two sea bags and three suit cases, and two cardboard boxes. We examined all of Lee Harvey Oswald's belongings and found numerous items of interest, among them found by Dets. Rose was two snapshots and negatives showing Oswald holding the rifle (murder weapon) and wearing a pistol in a holster on his right hip (Tippit murder weapon), also other papers of a Communist nature (See attached Property List). Also found by Det Stovall was a cut out portion of a magazine advertisement from Kline Department Store in Chicago, showing an advertisement of the murder weapon. All these items were confiscated along with other items and marked for evidence.