In 1963, were the offices of Western Union able to recieve incoming calls to their offices, from people outside? Could you walk into a Western Union office and receive a call? Most Western Union offices had telephone services, yes? Would the origin of these calls have been recorded, for billing purposes? Further, are the records of calls made to and from Western Union offices recorded? My guess is that incoming calls must have been billed to SOMEONE. Further, does the offices of Western Union keep records of such calls, in case of Police investigations? I'll wait for an answer from somebody before going any further.... Can anyone help?