Telecon 5 June 1946 – Page 7 WD 11 Advise if Judge Nielsen, Dr. Brown and Mr. Ballentine have arrived in Tokyo. Trust you are pleased with Dr. Brown’s exhaustive brief. TOKYO 8 Mr. Ballantine and Dr. Brown arrived here June 4 and delivered papers. WD 9 At the present time the War Department (G-1 is considering the authorization of appointment of former soldiers having CIG experience to the grade of Second Lieutenants and possibly a few in the grade of First Lieutenants to investigation and interrogation work in connection with war crimes trials in the European theater. Do you or Colonel Carpenter need any officers in the grade of Second Lieutenants for investigation or interrogation and if so, how many? This question was asked of Col. Carpenter in our item 1, last Telecon. Please advise now. TOKYO 10 Reuritem 9, IPS does not need them. As for Col. Carpenter, see Part 1. Tokyo item 5 today’s Telecon. WD 18 Lt. Commander Guill has received his orders from Navy BURPERS to proceed to Tokyo for duty with IPS and is leaving Washington 5 June; he is very happy to join your staff and thanks Capt. Lea for his assistance. WD 24 For Captain Robinson, if he is still there: Navy has officer available who is anxious to serve in war crimes trials of Japanese. He is S. H. Neyhart, Lt., USNR, and is a lawyer, investigator, qualified Jap linguist and translator. Advise tonight if you can use him. TOKYO 19 Reuritem 24, cannot use Lt. Neyhart. WD 22 Stenographer Gladys Thompson has been processed and should leave any day. Has stenographer Eleanor Bare arrived? WD 31 Will Capt. Sandusky be separated from Army and employed as civilian attorney with IPS and in what grade?