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Warren Commission Hearings: Vol. V - Page 326« Previous | Next »

(Testimony of Resumed)

Mr. Coleman.
Commission Exhibit No. 943, which is a copy of the telegram from John E. Pic to Lee Oswald in care of the American Embassy in Moscow.
Representative Ford.
It may be admitted.
(The document referred to, previously marked as Commission Exhibit No. 943 for identification, was received in evidence.)
Mr. Coleman.
Commission Exhibit No. 944, which is the Operations Memorandum, dated August 28, 1961.
Representative Ford.
It may be admitted.
(The document referred to, previously marked as Commission Exhibit No. 944 for identification, was received in evidence.)
Mr. Coleman.
Commission Exhibit No. 945, which is a photostatic copy of the handwritten notes which Mr. McVickar made when he interviewed Marina Oswald in the Embassy on July 10 or July 11, 1961.
Representative Ford.
It may be admitted.
(The document referred to, previously marked as Commission Exhibit No. 945 for identification, was received in evidence.)
Mr. Coleman.
Commission Exhibit No. 959, which is a copy of the petition to classify status of alien for issuance of immigrant visa filled out by Lee Oswald on behalf of Marina Oswald in July 1961.
Representative Ford.
It may be admitted.
(The document referred to, previously marked as Commission Exhibit No. 959 for identification, was received in evidence.)
Mr. Coleman.
And also Commission Exhibit No. 958, which is the memorandum of Mr. McVickar, dated April 7, 1964.
Representative Ford.
It may be admitted.
(The document referred to, previously marked as Commission Exhibit No. 958 for identification, was received in evidence.)
Representative Ford.
Are we going to admit as exhibits this State Department answer?
Mr. Coleman.
Yes; I thought when we finished with Mr. Chayes then we will offer all the exhibits, and during that time I was going to identify the State Department earlier memorandum and the other documents.
Mr. Dulles.
All this will then go in.
Mr. Coleman.
Oh, yes; that is all going in.
Representative Ford.
I think it is well to get that one document paraphrased, but I think from what Mr. Chayes said the other one, there shouldn't be any problem.
Unless there is something else the Commission will recess until 9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
(Whereupon, at 6:20 p.m., the President's Commission recessed.)
Representative Ford.
Wednesday, June 10, 1964

Testimony of Abram , Bernice Waterman, Hon. Dean Chayes

Representative Ford.
The President's Commission met at 9:10 a.m., on June 10, 1964, at 200 Maryland Avenue NE., Washington, D.C.
Present were Chief Justice Earl Warren, Chairman; Senator John Sherman Cooper, Representative Gerald Ford, and Allen W. Dulles, members.
Also present were J. Lee Rankin, general counsel; William T. Coleman, Jr., assistant counsel; W. David Slawson, assistant counsel; Thomas Ehrlich, special assistant, Department of State; Leon Jaworski, special counsel to the attorney general of Texas; Robert D. Johnson, Legal Department, Passport Division, Department of State; and Charles Murray, observer.

Abram Chayes

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