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EXHIBITS

Introduced Appears

on page on page

1. Statement to the employer with respect to amount of dues

that should be paid...

16485

2. Article in the Youngstown Vindicator, December 8, 1958.- 16495

3. Transcript of proceedings before Hon. James C. Connell,

judge, in the District Court of the United States for the

Northern District of Ohio, Eastern Division, Thursday,

November 13, 1958.

16496 (*)

4. Chart, pattern of national distribution in the coin machine

industry.---

16516 16925

4A. Chart, pattern of local distribution in the coin machine

industry.

16518 16926

4B. Chart, showing effect of operators' association on local

distribution...

16520 16927

40. Chart, showing effect of association-union collusion on local

distribution...

16524 16928

5A. Photograph of Sammy Tocco and Angelo Meli.

16542 (*)

5B. Photograph of Sammy Tocco and Angelo Meli pitching

horseshoes.

16543

5C. Photograph of the Distributors Club

16543

5D. Photograph of Al Mendes and William Bufalino..

16543

5E. Photograph of Al Mendes and William Bufalino..

16543

6. Appendices to statement of Rufus King-

16550

7. Letter dated July 28, 1948, addressed to A.M.I. Phono-
graphs, Chicago, Ill., from Frank Zito, Modern Distribut-

16592 16929

7A. Letter dated July 31, 1948, addressed to Frank Zito, Modern

Distributing Co., from Michael Spagnola, Automatic

Phonograph Distributing Co.---

16594 16930

7B. Letter dated September 15, 1948, addressed to Frank Zito,

Modern Distributing Co., Springfield, Ill., from Michael

Spagnola, Automatic Phonograph Distributing Co..

16594 16931

8. Letter dated February 26, 1951 addressed to W. S. Divin-

nell, Minneapolis Securities Corp., from Michael Spag-

nola, Automatic Phonograph Distributing Co.--

16595 16932

9. List of individuals associated with the New York phase of

the select committee's investigation, together with New

York unions and associations-

16626 (*)

10. Check No. 1147, dated January 11, 1952, payable to United

Coin Machine Union in the amount of $2,000, drawn by

local 222...

16633 16933

11. Photograph of Lawrence Centore, known as “Blackie,

bearing the number 72059, New York City Police... 16642

11A. Police record of Lawrence Centore.--

16643

12. Affidavit of Jack Altman...

16645

13. Photograph of Ernest Rupolo, known as "Ernie the Hawk”

bearing the number 77947, New York City Police.

16674

13A. Criminal record of Ernest Rupolo, alias "Ernie the Hawk”. 16674

14. Charter for Local Union No. 465 dated June 25, 1951.--- 16707

15. Blank contract form for agreement between International

Union of Electrical, Radio, & Machine Workers, Local

465 and members of the Game Association..

16710

16A-C. Complaint slips--

16723

16D-F. Requests for information as to the disposition of the

cases mentioned in the complaint slips--

16725 (*)

17. Statement of Music Operators of New York, Inc., sub-

mitted to the Senate Select Committee on Improper

Activities in the Labor or Management Field..

16746 (*)

18. Contract between Music Operators of New York, Inc., and

Local 1690, RCIA.

16750 (*)

19A. Letter dated September 10, 1956, addressed to “Dear Joe,"

signed by Al Cohen...

16766 (*)

19B. Letter dated September 12, 1956, addressed to Al Cohen,

signed by Joseph La Rocco...

16766 (*)

EXHIBITS—Continued

Introduced Appears

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19C. Charter issued to Electrical Equipment and Fabrication

Employees Union, Local 531, dated September 20, 1958. 16766 (*)

20. Photograph of Fred Giovanelli bearing the number 316100,

New York City Police---

16788

21. Photograph of the office store headquarters of Local 531.. 16792

22. Cards issued to Sonny Parker for picketing purposes-

16796 (*)

23. Letter dated August 14, 1957, addressed to Mr. Al Cohen,

Local 531 UIŬ, signed by Joseph La Rocco, United In-
dustrial Unions...

16802 16934

24. Document, Supreme Court of the State of New York,

opinion in Music Operators of New York, Inc., v. Pearl,

dated October 7, 1957---

16806 (*)

25. Petition dated August 31, 1950, addressed to William Evans,

president, Federated Service Workers Union..

16811 (*)

26. Minutes of a meeting at Foffe's Restaurant, dated Septem-
ber 24, 1957, and signed by Sol Javors.

16812 16935

27. Letter dated January 2, 1957 to Federated Service Workers

Union, signed by Albert Gallo..

16814 (*)

28. Letter dated October 16, 1957, addressed to Federated

Services Workers Union and signed by Biagio Latriano.. 16815 (*)

29. Photograph of Ernest Filocomo, bearing the number 223684,

New York City Police.---

16822 (*)

29A. New York City Police Department criminal record of

Ernest Filocomo..

16823 (*)

30. Photograph of Charles Panarella, bearing the number

191797, New York City Police.

16826 (*)

30A, Photograph of Anthony Tuzio, bearing the number 72217,

New York City Police.-

16826 (*)

30A-1. New York City Police Department criminal record of

Charles Panarella...

16827 (*)

30A-2. New York City Police Department criminal record of

Anthony Tuzio...

16827

31. Photograph of Biagio Latriano.

16854

31A. Photograph of Biagio Latriano lying dead in front of an

apartment house..

16854 (*)

32. Charter from Federated Service Workers Union of America

Cigarette and Coin Vending Machine Employees Union,

Local 19...

16856

33. Photograph of a picket in front of a restaurant..

16862

34. Agreement between Nu-Way Phono and Caruso's Restau-

rant, dated July 13, 1956.-

16863 (*)

34A. Rush order, Economy Vending Service, Inc., for a new

Wurlitzer outfit..

16864 (*)

34B. Rush order, Economy Vending Service, Inc., for a Smoke-

shop cigarette machine...

16864 (*)

35. Certified copy of certificate of incorporation of United Coin

Machine Operators of New York, Inc., dated January 17,
1958..

16866 (*)
35A. A notice to "Fellow Operators" on United Coin Machine

Operators of New York, Inc., letterhead, dated January
27, 1958.

16866 (*)

36. Minutes of United Coin Machine Operators meetings dated

January 29, 30, February 18, 28, and March 12, 1958.- 16866 (*)

37. Check dated March 20, 1958, payable to Station M, in the

amount of $175, drawn by United Coin Machine Opera-

tors of New York.

16867 16936

37A. Request for information on Albert Gallo, made by Robert J.

Cofini..

16867 16937

37B. Calling card, Station “M” Inc., Peter M. Margules..

16867 16938

37C. Invoice on the Station M blank, dated March 1, 1958, for

repairs on a 1956 Buick Roadmaster amounting to a total

of $376.02.-

16867 (*)

38. Labels, vending machines, Local 266, Teamsters, for the
year 1958..

16880 (*)

May be found in the files of the select committee.

EXHIBITS—Continued

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39. Minutes of meeting of local 266, dated December 5, 1957,
held at 799 Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn.--

16880 (*)
39A. Receipt for the purchase of a ring binder and 100 sheets of

paper for a total of $2, dated May 15, 1958, marked "Paid"
by the Novik Press, Inc.

16880 (*)
40. Contract dated January 28, 1958, between United Coin

Machine Operators of New York, Inc., and the Auto-
matic Coin Vending Machine Employees Union, Lo-
cal 266..

16884 (*)
41. Contract dated May 15, 1958, between Associated Amuse-

ment Machine Operators of New York, Inc., and the
Automatic Coin Amusement Machine Employees Local
Union No. 266, I.B.T.

16884
42. List of individuals mentioned in hearings.

16889
43. A group of slips for repayment of loans.

16918
43A. Slips for repayment of loans in bulk..--

16919
44A. Slip in the name of John Bananas, January 3, 1949, showing
number of payments at different times.

16919 (*)
44B. Slip in the name of Little Harry showing number of payments
at different times.-

16919 (*)
44C. Slip in the name of Cannon Trucking Co. showing number
of payments at different times.--

16919 (*)
45. Letter on Regal Music Co., Inc., letterhead, dated December

28, 1950, addressed to "Dear Jay," re: “Our resolutions
for the coming year 1951”

16921 (*)
46. Letter dated September 2, 1949, addressed to Irving Mishel
signed "C. B.,” Admiral Trading Corp.

16922 16939
Proceedings of
December 4, 1958.

16467
December 8, 1958.

16483
February 10, 1959.

16511
February 11, 1959.

16585
February 12, 1959.

16667
February 13, 1959.

16745
February 17, 1959.

16817
February 18, 1959.

16887

‘May be found in the files of the select committee.

INVESTIGATION OF IMPROPER ACTIVITIES IN THE

LABOR OR MANAGEMENT FIELD

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1958

U.S. SENATE,
SELECT COMMITTEE ON IMPROPER ACTIVITIES
IN THE LABOR OR MANAGEMENT FIELD,

Washington, D.C. The select committee met at 10 a.m., pursuant to Senate Resolution 221, agreed to January 29, 1958, in the caucus room, Senate Office Building, Senator John L. McClellan, chairman of the select committee, presiding.

Present: Senators John L. McClellan, Democrat, Arkansas, and John F. Kennedy, Democrat, Massachusetts.

Also present: Robert F. Kennedy, chief counsel; Jerome S. Adlerman, assistant chief counsel; Arthur G. Kaplan, assistant counsel; Ruth Y. Watt, chief clerk.

The CHAIRMAN. The committee will come to order.

(Members of the select committee present at the convening of the session were Senators McClellan and Kennedy.)

The CHAIRMAN. Call your first witness.
Mr. KENNEDY. Frank Cammarata.

The CHAIRMAN. Will you be sworn! You do solemnly swear that the evidence you shall give before this Senate select committee shall be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?

Mr. CAMMARATA. I do.

TESTIMONY OF FRANK CAMMARATA

The CHAIRMAN. The Chair will make this brief statement. This testimony will be related to a subject matter that will be involved in the next series of committee hearings as now planned. This witness would not be available at a later date, and for that reason we are taking his testimony at this time. Further explanation of it will be made possibly at the conclusion of his testimony,

State your name, your place of residence, and your business or occupation, please, sir.

Mr. CAMMARATA. I refuse to answer on the ground

The CHAIRMAN. Will you pull the microphone in front of you, please? It is difficult to hear.

Mr. CAMMARATA. I refuse to answer on the ground I might incriminate myself.

The CHAIRMAN. What is your name?
Mr. CAMMARATA. Frank Cammarata.

The CHAIRMAN. Thank you. Where do you live?
Mr. CAMMARATA. I refuse to answer.

The CHAIRMAN. You are ordered and directed to answer the question. Where do you live?

Mr. CAMMARATA. I refuse to answer.
The CHAIRMAN, Where is it?
Mr. CAMMARATA. I refuse to answer.

The CHAIRMAN. Do you wish counsel? Do you desire to have an attorney present to represent you when you testify? Will you speak up? Do you? Again I ask you, do you desire counsel to represent you? Mr. CAMMARATA. I have no counsel.

The CHAIRMAN. That was not the question. Have you undertaken to arrange for counsel since you were notified or subpenaed to be before the committee?

Are you shaking your head, or what are you doing?
Mr. CAMMARATA. I refuse to answer any questions.
The CHAIRMAN. The witness refuses to answer the question.
Mr. CAMMARATA. On the ground it might incriminate myself.

The CHAIRMAN. All right. The question is, did you desire counsel, and your answer to that, as I understand, is you refuse to answer on the ground it might tend to incriminate you; is that correct !

Mr. CAMMARATA. Yes, sir.

The CHAIRMAN. That is correct, then. All right, the Chair asks you then, have you undertaken to arrange for counsel since you were subpenaed to be before this committee?

Mr. CAMMARATA. I cannot afford to have any counsel.
The CHAIRMAN. You can't afford to have any counsel?

What is the date of the subpena? Let the subpena served on the witness be placed in the record at this point, with the return thereon.

(The subpena referred to follows:)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES

To FRANK CAMMARATA, Detroit, Michigan, Greeting:

Pursuant to lawful authority, you are hereby commanded to appear before the Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in the Labor or Management Field of the Senate of the United States, on December 1, 1958, at 10 a.m., at their committee room, 101 Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C., then and there to testify what you may know relative to the subject matters under consideration by said committee.

HEREOF FAIL NOT, as you will answer your default under the pains and penalties in such cases made and provided.

To Edward M. Jones, to serve and return.

GIVEN under my hand, by order of the committee, this 15th day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-eight.

(Signed) JOHN L. MCCLELLAN, Chairman, Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in the Labor

or Management Field.

(Service :)

NOVEMBER 24, 1958. I made service of the within subpena by personal service the within-named Frank Cammarata, at 3770 East Jefferson, Detroit, Mich. (Office of the District Director Walter A. Sahli) Immigration and Naturalization Service, at 3 p.m., on the 24th day of November 1958.

(Signed) EDWARD M. JONES.

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