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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. I - Page 43« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald Resumed)

Mrs. Oswald.
Yes, the translation is correct.
Mr. Rankin.
We offer the exhibit in evidence, together with the translation.
The Chairman.
It may be admitted with the next number.
(The documents referred to were marked Commission Exhibit No. 10, and received in evidence.)
Mr. Rankin.
Did you note that the Embassy invited you to come and visit them personally?
Mrs. Oswald.
Yes.
Mr. Rankin.
Did you ever do that?
Mrs. Oswald.
No.
Mr. Rankin.
I hand you a letter purporting to be from the Embassy, dated June 4, marked Exhibit 11, and ask you if you recall receiving that?
Mrs. Oswald.
Yes. This is a second request to visit the Embassy.
Mr. Rankin.
Will you please compare the translation with the Russian?
Mrs. Oswald.
Correct.
Mr. Rankin.
We offer in evidence Exhibit 11, being the Russian letter from the Embassy together with the English translation.
The Chairman.
It may be admitted and take the next number.
(The documents referred to were marked Commission Exhibit No. 11, and received in evidence.)
The Chairman.
We will now recess for lunch. The Commission will reconvene at 2 o'clock.
(Whereupon, at 12:30 p.m., the Commission recessed.)
The Chairman.
Afternoon Session

Testimony of Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald Resumed

The Chairman.
The President's Commission reconvened at 2 p.m.
The Chairman.
The Commission will convene. Mr. Rankin, you may continue.
Mr. Rankin.
Mrs. Oswald, I will now give you Exhibit 12 to examine and ask you to compare the Russian with the English translation.
Mrs. Oswald.
The translation is correct.
Mr. Rankin.
I offer in evidence Exhibit 12, being the Russian letter, and the English translation.
The Chairman.
The documents are admitted under that number.
(The documents referred to were marked Commission Exhibit No. 12, and received in evidence.)
Mr. Rankin.
Now, this Exhibit 13 that you. have just examined in Russian, is that your letter, Mrs. Oswald, to the Embassy?
Mrs. Oswald.
Is that No. 12?
Mr. Rankin.
Yes.
Mrs. Oswald.
Yes, it is.
Mr. Rankin.
And is it in your handwriting?
Mrs. Oswald.
Yes.
Mr. Rankin.
Did you find any date on the letter? I didn't.
Mrs. Oswald.
I probably didn't date it. No. I wrote this from New Orleans.
Mr. Rankin.
Can you tell the Commission the approximate date you wrote it?
Mrs. Oswald.
What Was the date of the preceding letter, No. 11--Exhibit No. 11?
Mr. Rankin.
June 4, 1963.
Mrs. Oswald.
This was probably in July, but I don't know the date.
Mr. Rankin.
Do you notice there was a "P.S." on Exhibit 12?
Mrs. Oswald.
Yes.
Mr. Rankin.
Referring to an application by your husband?
Mrs. Oswald.
Yes.
Mr. Rankin.
And was an application for your husband for a visa included or enclosed with Exhibit 12 when you sent it?
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