FEC-16 From IPS The following documents are urgently needed for presentation in evidence in the trial of the major war criminals. Request that sixty copies of each, or if impossible, maxmimum number available, be secured from the government printing office and sent by air to International Prosecution Section, GEQ, SCAP, APO 500, c/o Postmaster, San Francisco: 1.Treaty for the renunciation of war State Dept, publication 468 1 June 1933. 2.Hearings before the committee on Foreign Relation U. S. Senate 70th Congress, second session in the General Pact for the Renunciation of War, Paris Aug. 27, 1928. FEC-22 From IPS to Woodruff: Reuritem 8: Cable sent to Gusach today. FEC-26 Red WD 16 From Robinson: Ref WD 16 information on contents Wilcox diary not sufficient for drafting request for court order here. WD-18 For IPs re FEC-15 What grade will position be? WD-23 For Luke Lea from Woodruff: In view of your return will hold film for you in Washington. WD-25 Collins to Robinson: Re FEC item 31 para 3 TT 8420 dated 13 August and WD 12 this telecom. Copy of Hornaday’s Marburg Mackensen papers available in DIG will be available to Dr. Blue. No need to send a copy if not already mailed. WD-27 For Captain J. J. Robinson: Please refer to WD-16, last TT, where executor requests suitable court order either from LA probate court or otherwise to justify delivery of diary. Could you advise me how to proceed? Col. Young has suggested that this branch draft a request to the LA probate court requesting the executor be ordered to turn over the diary. This procedure similar to usual requests for affidavits. Would this be satisfactory to you? Request from this branch might be directed to executor rather than to probate court, whichever you prefer.