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This did not inolude sAlarios or any expisluel In connection with the Station at Reseda. A tranalatten wilt la W49111AKtft wouid probably cost in the neighborhood of $)0,000. per years but it this Station is utilized to its fullest eA tent more trnnolAtora mIght be required than are now contemplated. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 analysis* A preliminary stqqy Indiontos thet ahout 40% Of *to mAterla4 la economic, about 5% of an X-.? natura and about 15% Poiltioal grid miseellaneous. The material vtudied se far produces A 00naidOrqb1* pattern of the economic problems and needs in Southeastnrq 4,91441 Among Other things, these intereepte show thn movements or commodl4lem? shipping and personnel in ocupled areas and in Jap4in. Thn 3tat.ion hos rea0 potential value. MUTINE lf it is decided to do thn translation inwalhinEton, it Ls sugested that the raw material he sent direotly to ienr i&nat 4;eotIoni 31, 145 Nu Building, for translation. rho 6n.dish miatortial and the tranalated material will be edited and checked with the desks Lnter4ted and a daily surmaciry will bn made up of tho Endish material, plus the tranalated material and the summary muted to the RoportIng dogrd thmuKh tho Registry with suggestions na to distribution, an is done ArIth the ordinary intelligence reports. Thin will save 4 lot or round-qbout handlinp and also pave registerine considr eable!, usel4ss material:4., 448 Me desks should be authorized to destroy worthless material, otherw131 Iv will be crowded out of the oCfice by worthlass paper. A copy of the daily summary would, of co-bo handed Le L:. D. An alternAtpl 3uggooti.-an would be to hand the daily summary to C. D. for ctistributlon. At present four deaks are conoorned, as roliow3; Occupied China Mongolia Manchuria Korea Philippine Islands In Burma Thailand N.E.I. If it Is decided to translate the material in Ice Ang les, them it is suggested that the translated material, plus the English material, be sent to SI for processing by the interested desks and routinraa abovere The interested desks wof course, rou0 the small amount of X-2 material to X-2 in the usual manner. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100 110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 414 helm lateroepted Measagee filed in TOIO addreesed to the Jepaneee gmbatmy in Berlin. -0,eighed 'Shigemitour - containing meeeagee obetiftely? taken from reoordinge made 1)7 AmorioAn prieenereweofewAr and addreneed to their'famillee in the U,S. It melet be borne in mind that we are referring here to atm- meroial radiograna transmitted in Mere oode gal propaganda voice broadcasts. "We have interoepted moneAgen filed in Berlie, addressed to the Germen Embasey In Tokio - signed by the German Foreign Offiee - containing written Andier recorded messages of AmerioAn prieonere-ofewar tn German addressed to their fAmilJes in the U.S. "As far as we know, there is no Americen government agency recording and LevestigAting tnia inexplicable exchange of a few prieoeer-ofewer messages between Germany and Jew. Our first thought was that the Germane and Japs might heve a regionei arrangement - that is, the Germens mettle select record- ings by prisoners-of-war Addressed to points on the West Coast within the range of the Tokio snort wave propaganda voice breadcaats. The Jape, on tbo other hand, select prisoner-of-war recordings Addressed to points on the East Coast reached by the lemmt short wave transmissions. However, this was quickl,y dis- proved. Both groups of messAges contein mesmages addressed to points on both the East And Nest Coaets. "The only action we have tAkenon thee messeges (besides giving them a lot of thoughe and discussion With the local Gable Censor and ONI) is to make up a 'watch list' of the first messages we intercepted and listen to radio Tokio 's prisoner-of-war broadcast in an effort to determine whether any of the messagea we had intercepted were put on the air. Laok of per- sonnel at Reseda put a stop to this and other than regular reports to Washington, we have done nothing. "It is strongly urged that as soon as we have sufficient personnel we devote full attention to this matter. It is further eecommended that either we be authorized to follow this up locally or that Washington take the necessary steps at least to establish the legitimacy of the addresses contained in these inter- NATURE OF RESEDA. kM,...__ER.T.A1 The intelligence and other possible OSS uses of the Reseda Station have not yet been exploited to ater extent, and enough of tills material has not yet been intercepted and translated to make a final lip????50?TV?VIIIIN: ;11 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ()opting Russian, aro not them up, thn stal rogular NR;SlArragrhl 11 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 .!iltWo'PA we-4, .4.0.4ws ItOLIYAIWYP_ Thor? has boon nomo quontion at; to the usefulness or ru on news on this Station. Tho two principal ones arg TA8lp the and Domni, thn Japanono Nnws Agnnolno. Er FriC or othnr agencloA' picking up thnno nows nerviems? Reseda probably ollghb to piak at leant, until no can dotormine thoir truo value And providing work. f at Reunda can pick up thong Intoronpte; In addition to thodr I= NEM CPC v Tans operates out of 3haivhal And poen in occupied territory, and regardless or Japanoso patches from thoso points havn boon rather candid valuable information from time to time. ft ty mit a C otho r point's 1..ishqs, VASA pres:5 ,..d.t..- snd probably contains LUMELIELALI Mr. Lusoyls comments on Dowel arn AS follown: wArc have foun0 llovoral itomc of ,Airoct lototi- gence in Domoi Morse code press transmissions. GrAntnd that this typo of Lr,iffic is voluminous and long? winded, it is our opinion that ovory Dowel press transmission should be copied. This offlo9 (7,Ail pick excerpts of value and report the axcerpts only rather than submit the ontire submission. This will, be done In the future." FCC LIA2(21._ Some one should chock with FCC to avoid duplication in work... ing those various cirduits, and arrangemnts also should be made for FCC to us untranslated material picked up by them from theso circuits if we wish to extract all these circuits have to offer. ALLEGED POI/ Mr. Lusey has the following comments to make concerning alleged Prisoner of War Messages: "GOVERNMENT RADIOGRAMS, THAT IS, PAID MESSAOSS FILED BY DOTH THE JAPANESE AMD GERMAN GOVEMENTS COT-- TAINING PURPORTED MESSACtES WRITTEN AND/OR RECORDED BY AMERICAN AND BRITISH PRISONERS?OF-4AR ADDRESSED TO THEIR FAMILIES: Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 --01441M411444X-T-'-'' r-WAV eielf An noted Above, attempts are being made in Los Angele9 set up a translation unit. Mr. Hart, whose translations were un-. eatisfactory, has already resigned. We have not nn yot received I'm/AO translations from the present translators to determine their trainee,' Mr. Luney states that the Los Angeles officio has obteined SA?t ferm# on enough additional translators to bring the stair In oi ngeleS up to tho strength neceneary to tranniate the entire voleme, bit that Commander Vanderbilt has stopped the Los Angeles ?Moe from ompiOying further personnel until it Is determined ehern tho hrAnaiortor9 41419 to work. I do not share Mr. Luny 's eptimilm Ahomt 4dartlino trwmeLAteri. We have boon translating some or thia mAt.lriAl in NuahingteTe and have set up a Translation Dureau, as At the time we were not aware of the work in Los Angeles. Tho Translation Unit Los Angeles, is still in the experimental stage becAuee translation et Japanese language intercepts requiree speelalized trel3ing. rhi4 open language material is in cablese or journalese; And sven persons weLi? versed in Japanese language require spocial trAI:tIng to transtAto specialized language, so Yr. Hart's difflonition ars not surpeteinc. Most of the matorlAl jalteleelpted At R491.1A.4 Wlii be La this Japanese cablese. Much will be Chinese lAngtage and 149f:44r quantittoe in German, Spanish and Portuguese. Some of them open LonAeuage tram,? missions are in English. In setting up a Translation Unit here In 4,Iih1n,4ton, mq mind to maKe translations not only of t10.1 intereopted metorial but other types of open or merely restricted material. From an Admialstra? tive point of view, it would probably be aesirable to have all trene? lations done in Washington, as we can use some Ja;,A4) t:.111s14tor$ here, whereas Japanese are not permitted on the Pacific,...:onst, and Lf the translation is done there, we will have to reply on kmerizans, Koreans or Chinese. In any case, it was our intention to have 411 translations checked by qualified American citizens. I have never mot an Oriental interpreter or translator who would make a fAithful trAns? lation if face" or his awn nationals woro advereely eevelvede The final determination on this point depends upon how much untranslated material we may got from FCC, plus that intercepted by our awn Station. Presumably, arrangements might be made with FCC to turn over this type of material to us he in lashington or translation, as I believe they assemble their material here. If it is decided to, concentrate translations in Washington, it probably still is desirable to have a qualified translator of the Japanese and Obinese material in Los Angeles to assist Reseda in following up the best circuits or hot material, or else we should supply Los Angles with *copies of our tranS? lationse By and large, this material will be long?range stuff, but one never knows when some important or hot material might develop. 2.11 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 arierwitt-p I nuiveat Ortontain to do t he apAdo work on thnse trittn.444 la Li OT IS an mont of thin mitt nr I SA 1 1 ti op nn or nono.ron tr iitivd ny. or.tentain I moan nithnr Amor loan Japaneo, Chinnen or Koronntt. 'Chore wl 11 be it trnmondous nmaunt of thin trann Moo work to bo done and it, wonld bn ffloult to find enaugh quntlitod Arno r o tut to do tho work. /Lino, thn Arnoria4nn w-ith thnan ritistil.rtontions nhould ho unod on noornt aril morn important tranniAtion wor k. Ylo Would, or courno, tiny? nt insult onn coin I rLncI A riotui for imOrt or thn .lanouttron Involvod to chof:k trAnnintionn nnd heap to mitt and, procenn Lho matorial. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ?-- _' I 1 Reseda can pick up and record any Far East voice broadoast# put out by Japs and puppets on short wave beamed to U.S. A., out America, Australia, etc. The Station earl also plok up some of the Chinese domestic short wave stations. The StaP,Ioncap. alai) reaerd Tokyo) Hainking, Manila, Java, Bangkok, Saigon., Shanghat, etc:. Also XGOY in Chungking (in English, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Freneh, slo.) This potentiality of the Station may be of pertioulAr intolre:It to VD. Mr. Lusey has studied this phasq 4nci exprfm-1.11 rinSirP i4+) Qt) tnto tho problem furthor if MO is Interontnd. MAP OF c ti(r;i1IV.; Mr. it. R. Lut:ey is prepari.nt:: c ommu.n EC: !`, On1 t.P4)1.1t t th maps which will show the various 1 re u I. ti 1(.1#11.0.1fitqd At) rt,r, Ito 11 as cable circuits bolievod to be in 0 ;di Loric . Th t. rt L foziv.tr-led shortly, anti will show 1,11.) ,:harac torts.,t t or tho 7 4; circuits. A rough outline plan of th.11e ra,h.a reI LI, 1L3 4'4 L 4,4 cable circuits., is attached. (S,)(1e'hx.h Lb.! t 11) Li 4113(M Lusoy states : The Los Ani;e1 03 off LI.) rrua Close liaison with the local Cable Foz3 t?7.. Censor, Or'.::E and MIS. cJLL,p.trt 1;:ularly, n, L; very much interested in our Ar officer? who is a Japanese lanK,ua?.9 iisx)rt.;ts? stationed in the local ON1 of lice. Throueh our liaison arrangements, wc, have furni:3hed them ?Nith translated and plain langugge intercepts of matters of Naval interest and they have now askod us to furnis.h them copies of intercepts pertaining to various commodities such as copra, rice, sugar, etc. I am confidentially informed by the local ONI office that arrangements have been made to transmit intelligence direct from the District intelligence Office at San Diego to the Southwest Pacific without going through Washinn. ON/ has told me that some of our intercepts will prove of consiJorable value to submarine commanders. Our translations are checked first by the Naval Officer in the local ONI office and checked again by the Japanese language experts in San Diego.? -617 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 fade outs to Belltiore* Thee. tiro min ilhOtildi bti rrNX teletypes now used by the Navy at BOth arrangements for reception from Murope. It their contact would be for operationiil. purpoe,* would be involved' The personnel in the Los Assgeles Offloe on Reseda materia/ oonsiete ofs In Charge -4 Tranailatie Ike Altig01016. 1 UUSONY t 'WM4 diiily contact with th Stikatliii Reseda Miss A. K. Juergensen Japanese Tranelator Miss Adelia A. Larson - Japanese Translator . Miss D. L. Laughlin - Clerk and Liaison with Cable sadi Postal Censors Mr. Lusey is thoroughly familiar with; radio comsuniaatieit and was engaged in this work in the Far East for many years. it slim itiAdi Press Wireless in Shanghai from about 138 to just before Pearl * - Press Wireless concentrated on transmission of ungensored pros* new& against the will of the Japanese, as well as other radio_ cosgamilAaticress Mr. Lusey has extensive experience and ..ckground i casiunictatians?, sea well as in political and economic matters Connected, with: the rar s,h1 He could contribute a great deal to locating, identifying and these radio circuits, as well as arm/yang the charactiiiiStOia and potentialities of these circuits. He. is very an:clout-to d possibilities of this Station to the fullest extents There is practically no infOrriA Japanese and puppets are sending ev(ir,..4 control. Many of the points conneotcIbyra -nected by cable* SO could do. a Mist:job by thus forcing the Japs_ entirely into the to get Maps .ardl piano showing the 'ailakr -014 n? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 feeling of insecurity, but this is probabl made little use of the material ititereVtari Uliefir ? while for some one in authority to expilist * vrertt Mr. Smith and to his etatf for the work thoy dettoe In addition to the nine ?their 'lltettit01110.' Exhibit Al provision should bs made foe triMsti aird.th,s plan - a very sound idea de is t41 reeruit geed them the International Morse Code and the twee" gift; The girls will be taught not 1 t therefore, develop fairly fast. Thosej 1'211 win rot tlitakto they will transcribe the ineesagen recorded on oyldnit operators, or timonitoren. Mr. Smith should be inst.:ft:A*4 to proceed with this plan, and se-ourit,y checks shoed b* 4r0441. includes Ilmonitorsti, as well as 41.r1 transaribets.. Of the total staff of monitors at Resedat mar ttft, Mit daft copy Japanese "Lana,' radio telegraph code. The sans is & ?-skpaltesti, code - an entirely different arrangement of dots and clashot known by very few Westerners. With only two mon able to oopy- 'MU acitteli the other monitors on different watches must turn in Janet AM* tranemiseions and record them on wax cylinders. These Ivor olltaidtgr-0 then kept and given to one of the Kana operators when ha climes etc= dittr He tramscribes Z?he recorded transmission.. In addition, both two Oparat on their own particular watch copy Kana transzdasiona drti41,rora th* air. No translation or analysis work is done at Resedi44 Vt itttifer cepts are typed by the operators as received at the station* Noi steno-a- graphic or clerical personnel at Reseda is engaged in x:wooessing or translated material. Routine clerical work is handled br a secretary-bookkeeper. RECEIVING EQU'IMENT There are twenty-two receiving positions at R.3,d& L watt* normally contains two receivers operated by one man. Of thee* tivent4r4irct positions, the U. S. Navy operates eight aml, the U. S. Azlity eisbits I OSS six positions. These six OSS positions are manned by the: 1141corlat Reseda personnel: A supervisor and two monitors operate on each elghtilfteliar watch. The supervisor does a regular monitoring nob as well a*.!suparai' visory duties. It might be advantageous, it liro SaTfith and the charge at Bellmore could correspond) by letter: ancLarrang*, = copy certain important European or AfrioaM?circuits when 3/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Chief, SI N. F. Allman ?14\ Reseda Radio Station. Reseda Station is forty miles from Los Antgelos. Mors sr, no living accomodations, not even auto courts, within twenty idles of the Station. No regular public transportation is available from the city to nearer than four miles from the Station. This bus runs very irregularly after 8:00 p.m. Accomodation and transportation for personnel is a real problem. Mr. M. 0. Smith should be instructed (and given authority) to arrange satisfactory transportation. Three watches are involved: 8:00 a.m., 4100 p.m. and midnight. Dile to these conditions, Mr. Smith is having, and will continue to havel, trouble securing personnel to work at Reseda. Eighteen persons now are employed at the Station, includiNg the engineer-in-charge, Mr. M. 0. Smith. (See Exhibit A attached). This Station is understaffed and needs at least nine additional monitors. This would enable it to cover the known circuits throughout the twenty.- four hour period, as well as to provide occasional relief. This would enable the Station also to search out clandestine and unknown stations* Mr. Smith is engineer-in-charge at Reseda. He has done. 401 is doing an excellent job in this capacity. Mr. Smith thorougbIrunder- stands his business. However, he works too bard and haa too mmob, ?Vic tendency to try to do all the work himself. It would be advisabla he develop assistants to relieve him of part of his work, as no, man_, can carry a job twenty-four hours a day. He has some, vary able sitta Mr. Smith should not be required to do any work in connection with lation or analysis of the material, as he wi4,baire his bands t directing operations of the stations. Mr. Smith and his staalha*0 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ? willimmompgemom - ?r? I am transmitting herf'with renort on the Reseda RAdlo Station. This report has, been discussed with commPnder XorW office. We are of the o!dnlon that thls mAterlrl should be Processed here in WashInzton and distributed to intersted awencies throuw.h the Renortitw Board, the same ns other intel:igence renorts. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 The Army and Navy Intelligence serVi6r who are concentrating on the develop/tett Of inttli from that area 4 I repeat, they are coneentrsiti area. This intercept project is a Pacific COat ftri our sources are in the Pacific, It 1506MS IOgida t0i the t operations shou/d continuo in this areamhere I have imadditk to the station, to boilable and informed sources 04 the ? C' area, and, most important of all, *here I an use m7 eztorathet communications knowledge of the Pacific area to the best ,posslble advantage. I hope that you will do all ia;your power to see thit the Los Angeles translation unit remains In operation, Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 44 ? CONFIDENTIAL e LO ACIOURS OFFICe OF STRAIraiC SCavr ir.004 iNTEROFFICE WOW* TO: Judge N.F. Allman FROM: A.R. Lusey SUBJECT: This will refer to our telephone o nvaroktiqa regarding the possibility of closing the Los AnL0# Ttutalt Unit and my coming to Washington to oontinu thlo vor141 bort As I told you over the tphone. I think tbo 141,11nold Unit, as presently constituted, Is absolutely essentlail t'Oth*. efficient operation of the Reseda intercept station. 1 t- that this fact had been recognized by all concerted--.044 even if the decision were made to do the rval translation, 1 ington, this small Unit should continue in Los An6e2es. - For more than a year I have been fighting to, put &It intercept on an efficient basis, topersuade ti t powors that be to translate it, analyze it and furnish it to the armed servies. I heaft_agini.ttly_proyen that a considerable amount of oporatio1441 intelligence iscontained in these commercial messages. In this past year I have spent a great part of my timt. mostly on the "graveyard" shift---at the Reseda station finding dircuits of value and persuadina,Smitave Who opersitora coratautly..intAxce,pt tkiiiW?FrFeuirr.7"-The value of the material has increased tremeEsraidirdUnbg this time, especially slvoe th4. establishment of a skeleton translation unit here in Los AngaIt*.? I find it essential to continue spending several night* a week at the station in order to insure constant intercept of miroulta that have proven to be of value. With our military forces preparing fora drive OA tha. Philippines, naturally their, Intelligence services ars makIna intensive effort to secure all the intelligence material peossMo on that area. Our setup here is ideal for the intercept trsxt9ls41*tt,; and, in some cases, interpretation of traffic handlec/Opell:lin Island stations in the Philippines. I have some considerable knowledge of that arw I have contact here with several men of many years exp. the Philippines. From them I get information on vario:02 alities and other matters pertaining to the Philippine r7rg:1117rt's "??,-T2 t-st Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 W5440W 4v- ? pprove or &ease o hi 888 Si 888 ,v(C would decentralize our In llionee work and th14 1611110 a matter of policy. It in my thgt thid trutitla and processing ov,ht to he dorm he, and this" *pia** shared v by the Radio Advisory Committee,. Good American translator of Japtnese silt* #aarell- and at this timn pract loally all or themwork in to are anngizerd WA-- wait-us arnncles. Also L:ts mate7141 iNgi restricted, or at the most, eonfidential, and we tan, got; qualified Japanese American citizens to do the work Itiev. Washim-ton, whereas, 2 don't think this t7p0 or poracttrag would be allowed to do the work in Los AnFeles. Our trawl lation unit hero has now become fairly efrIcionts I am aware that ONI and in Los Arveltin a e appreciative of Lusey's services, but i 'olleve they ia any case send this ma ter ial on to WashirTton. they proba/ay also distribute it to Pacific Unites. Practically all or this material is of a ion rarwe variety and while hqt in- formation might get on tlie air in this open languav material' the chances of this are somewhat remote. In any case, the material can be x*Ocessod and translated here in Washin-ton almost as quickly aa it can be done in Los Angeles in spite of the dcry and hal: avera it takes the raw material to met here by air. Some time al-,o Col. C. J. Sands, Chairman or the Radio Advisory Committee recommended that the tranalatioa work be done here and that Lir. Lusey be brought to 'frashlreton to help carry on the processing of this material. In continuatlitta of the above report, I also recommend this. rtu- 44.,1 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 141EOP UUUM FORGN147-SR WAOliA;i Via: Chief, From: V. Ti". Allm Slear,loct: %eseda hniio Sta -1Ln ( upplement.1 itr 3upp1omontin rij rnport of April 27 1044 the above subject, I wish to point out t hA t t gott -- most out of thin MA torinl mluires the contirinal# adrindalti of at least ono person with A lon bAckground 01' Par tadtA experience. Kr. A. U. Luney, in my optnionp la the tottft qualified person Ln or out of 063 to do this VOTI&V reasons for this ore: a. Lunoy's 1orc proc,*.ical and technical knowled;-.1) of radio communicat!,ons in tht Xast. b. His pant ors n experilnce. 0 operated ?rens Wireless out at Shanc:hal from 19437 to 1941. c. Ho han a comprohonnive Icnowind.7s of t1.0 wholo area. d. He has a on perception as to what is 'aseful in this mass of ma ter ial . r. Lusey feels that he could do this work best in Los Ati701RS s RS he set out in his letter' or July 31,4 1944, and in previous correspondenc, There are of coaroo obvious advantaFes in his being able to have direct peavlowtaii contact with the station. However, if this material werreg translated, processed and distributed in Los kleelas, it " fral .11.41i$ L Qt. ?riAtf-sr. 151, -Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ' 1, lapur ???,. .1.41;? ' I.Atif '047 3.11. '0 7'07- 4P. VT TE 6 GOVERNKEST Resoda Colonnl nuxton woull tached memorandum ChLer, nokrtItlrtnt Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 7.47,474 " Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 -.411m ev,* 7:1 . roF tlf4 14. tr-7-14...1.1 7.170.-A.14 said that landowners In the Bacolod ardwa "PACIVO SAPS MOSE IN MINGLANILLA AimTALIOAY solorTtnneg am) tiMil BSTATE3." The mosage la badly garb1ed. it cf,o0.:1- on'te "MANAGER SHINOUOTO WITHOUT PASSING Tunekrcill rlom GammammOV anANITELs SECURLV A CONTRACT WITH our ilAcInvilA AA On BECTARES ?? ONLY EIGHT THOUSAND mos." Thls would In 14101' the Navy controlled Japanese Hacienda managers artf 4oL4g bvdla on their own and that the landowners In that nrla AT, prwtad. to the puppet Filipino officials. It would'. seem that Nho 44 we got to the Philippines the more trouble devolop bltwoon Puppet officials and the Japan littary. I would appreciate your commnnts on thil ropolit at Instructions as to any change in the composition, QS Nt4r4 r4- ports. Mr. H. B. Allinamith wre a at-Ablet OCk4...1 ?r; ,ert- k%. M.; r 4. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 AgAngfigrai Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ? .1113????.'g. - ? 44r ? .? ? ? ? 1 ? -COtr.t. CONFIDENTIAL Subjeet: intercept Unit - Report for Motth eTidthg 31 M ed m 444 410 444W 4111 On July 7 a message from Moniln to Cebu signed ty Director of Public Works in Manila, Instructed tho provihmtl engineer to forward "DATA NEEDED RELATT7t PACUIT7,ES Ann= UNDERTAKING WORK FOR NAVY," An official message from DAVAO to ManIIA on J-1,21y 4 said that certain arras in Davao Previnc.o "NCW SENDING mgint LABORERS." On July 21 the Governor of LAnno Frovtnoe AddrE.issod a message to the Ministry of nealth, Lnbor nnd Manila, reading "IN VIEW c7 MINIA.ND ?CR LAnn133 TO WORK CAGAYAN AND BUKIDNON LANDING F tELD G RF`),TIEZT A UTEORITT APPOINT ONE OFFICIAL LABOR RFCRT:ITER FOR LANAO AND PRIVIM RECRUITERS." It is interesting to note, In vtow nf or cemmottg regarding suspended communications between the :1-()Irtnoo of Lana? and the rest of the Philippines, thnt tho ,;ovrnor. of Lana? LI this message asks that the reply he ,Ilvected to htm qt Davao. We not3 with int9rest that we have r.y:olv,)d trnfflo for all the main Islarv_ts in the Philippinos ..,,,xc:3rt Mindanao, ralawan and Samar. It Is dso Interootin.!: t ott) that In the past three months there havo boon no Enlish la age messages to Or from Aparri in the northern tip of Luzon. Me only messages from Aparri have been personal Japaneso moszai?:es all giving the address as "CAFE OF APAR:71 :*'?IFAYAF:D.'' We have had several intorcepts recently indlcattng increasing trouble between the Jqpanes,) military authorities and the puppet rhilippine coverraaent. One such intercept was be- tween high Catholic Church officinls and said that tha President of the Philippines, Jose Lt,urell in order to safeguard public school properties, in view of the Japanese Army taking over 411 public schools, directed that furniture and fixtures and othar material from schools be deposited in Catholic convents through7- out the Islands. Another intercept disclosed the fact that the Japanasa supply office intended to occupy the offices and facilities ar "BMA" at Bacolod. "BIBA" apparently had refused to vacate the premises except upon direct orders from President Laurel. Wo have not been able, to identify "BIBA". Another intercept from Bacolod to the Commissioner for the Visayan Islands in Manila' ? 4,ti?t-,X1133i,',1:i&34 ? A'?*74j7:. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 FIDE Tin e Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 CONFIDENTIAL ;12 the :month of July. Intercept messages AlloW ua drAW.4141 defini.te conclusions as to the tWO rout eg ?t r4/0I1ed go:M(64U between Luzon and the Southe;rn Islandela MAny mil#Mzelt OVOgn- references to the difficulty of transpOrtation trirVugha4t,t&OF Islanda. Zamboanga seems to he practlOally Out off frontket - rest of Mindanaop an well an islands to the north, Intota0Pt - have indicated definitely that the only tleqn of trtinnicerfsiii-tIt= from Zamboanga to, for example. Cot,nbnlo, 1$1 117 0AIlbott Durine, the month of May wn IdenttrIl4d the Plipttnovie steamer "TASMANIA MARU" and thro101 s97orn,1 IntrooptA aontAtA ing references to this vessel and to cmrgo zbipped on thlv, vessel, we were able to identify its rout* fr= SAI0011 to then through the southern islands to f7Atgon. 011 Ally kh, :- intercept message in Japanese languag9 from-:psigon to POrM0$4, confirmed the arrival of the "TASMANIA MARU" very pleased to have this confirmAtion of our ,Jr)fluottc)no to the route of this vessel. We have identified vorn1, Jnpinos vozzle,l,g durtn..;?; the month of July; one in dry dock In flongkonp:,o whicth 1.1as apparently just been put into servico in th:D Phitippine r*lands and a tentative identification of one of the bi,s NYN Line Japanese vessels "HEIAN UARU". Another large Zre".K. Line v!J-1,1tel mentioned was the "GINY0 MARTS." Sometime ago we intercept,Jd a meszlazo from Canton to Swatow directing several municipalities to furnish a certain amount of rice for the Forty-fourth Division of the Cane puppet army. On July 18 we intercepted a message from Canton to Swatow addressed to "FORTY-FOURTH HEADQUARTERS" directing that preparations be made to "REMOVE TUE GkRRISON AND SCATTER THE SOLDIERS. FOLLOW THE FIRST AND SECOND STRATE'ICAL METHODS FOR BATTLE." On truly 4 we intercepted a message from Davao to the Governor of Davao, who is in the hospital in Manila, stati4g that "GENERAL HARADA PRONOTED TO LIEUTENANT GENERAL." On July 4 another message from Davao to the CO4-* stabulary headquarters in Manila suggested "S17;1 LIEUTE1U/17, WATARI 1700 BUTAI (ARMY UNIT) HEADQUARTERS" with referenca "PLANE PASSAGE KUBAYASI WIRING HEADQUARTERS _TODAY." se 2 NFIDENTIAL Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ?Or 4.6t ill for Mindanao reported to the Dire-cater at Manila thL Mhatt "INTENSIVELY CAMPAIGNING" in Cotabato, Davao, SUripOy boanga, and Oriental Misamis? and said "TAVA0 18 gaIRTINOMX EPPORT TO SURPASS COTABATO RECORD UP 02 IMVDRED =MAIM VeVal; C OLLEC TIN AMP TWO HUNDRED THOUS AND MI IDE113 UP TO DECEMBBa TlaRTIE.:T.I: OF THIS YEAR." Ile adds that he is "AWAITING PITT OP OR TUN I TY TO CAM PA .1..(..erti AND Id:CT URI!: IN 3u-4,:1tyNoN. A CRIS AL titUtY OCCIDENTAL MISAMIS AND SURIGA0." ,?1 During the month of .7uly we have had several Inalm..,. tions of guerilla activities, all p.IrtolninF, to tale Tslkndat Panay. One garbled and Incomploto messni.7) from Ilolio to Con- stnbulary Uoadqunrtors In Z,:anIla reported the wounding or a prlvate wIlon "A JAPAN.::L A(.;COMPAN7:Nq 7TA3 ATTAaKED BY UOUT :IGHTY 1JERILLA3 ; r?7,777.7.A 'ITT TO MOM TAI Dis UPON ARRIVAL " Ano thf)r Int., rr19 p t$1 trned re ;ues t for n " ?CY: CY" e:romIl' ' lo to .; an Jose , Ant tque Province. on the a the r s id o of 12,Inny :11 and . The 171,1,),It wns to the Senior Tnnpoc tor of tho _:onstb.1ii ry and It therorOro, assumed that the "CONVOY" reforreJ t an nrnol orcort 401'0.53 Nhe "lower part of the Island of Fqnay. On July 1 the 5ureq,1 or :of3':- !n ntia sent, a (Iirou- lar telegram to all toloc.raph ()C:st'os ":o 7=XLIMS FOR CAGAYAN, MISAMTS CT=TA7, "U7.TF: In MaT a similar notification wns s,ht reintivl tn Dqnsalan In Lana? Pro- vince, which borders on lasanin crient11. Lana() has always bean a "hot-bed" of L:oro activity. :t is probable that zuerilla activity caused the suspension of 0,m:um:cat:ton with both these points. Communication with Lanao Is still suspended. On July' 17 traffic began to come out of Cagayan. The first message, addressed to the Chief Supply Officer of the Constabulary in Manila, said that "OFFICERS WITH SUPPLIES ARRIVED CAGAYAN my= 13." Since then we have received several messages in both English and Japanese reading "ARRIVED SAFELY" or in some cases:* reading "SAFE." These messages are sent by both, Filipinos aad Japanese. This might indicate that a combination Constabulary and Japanese force had been sent to Cagayan to re-opaa cammunica tions. TRANSPORTATION There are many references to shipments by sailboats betweon. points in the Philippine Islands. We have had no - reference to a steamship or a powered vessel of any kind aurini .3_ COPIFIDENTIlit II 66' :1:44i.4,1, am. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 CONFIDENTIAL Cobu rond "WIPE BRIEF ACCOUNT ROBBERY AM HOMICIAR LUANGC0 AND COMPANIONS." This monstiga fonowitd 1* foW an uront appenl by the district commnnder At CI ItAI fOr Atei4 pay the mon nnd for some arrangement to furftiall the' illbW r5d614-- Anothor report from a district serrnmanderl, reporttng t.h61; d@t0r40' Lion of an enlisted man and his subsequent apprOildnalOM, in part "HE PERS DI:7,:1rARGE OR INFRISONIXEM RA TR THAS.= TINUE SERVE COTISTABULARY," Another mess rqported tho tow- _ lortion of throe privates of the Misamia 0idnnta1 Compabl three rifles and ninety rounds of ammunition. The Philippine Constal,.11 Aellemy qt :AaVAQ has always boon second only to Manila tn size and ImportAnco. Th14 Acidemy ha r boon closed despito the falt that svorAl lAtOrd411# have stated "*I: rExi, P073 7T-M, Y.301:01,:iC PCori':: By fnr trio int,lr-opt twn poin's within tho dtml wtth t2i evey-trwr0)fts 3o3t of (f' ;ortmolItl-)g. nis applios not -)n17 tcporE.onal mosr,1;,)- but to %imotlt all official mesr.,,es 'f)tw,)on ,ov.)rnor'J and ,:ovommonk The variJus !linIsrlo.' In ,v1tAL,ItJhod itgh :ost of llvin,; bonunos for er'luyee xt 'n all CASOS thco Is n monoy In -rovilLclal '1-.)n,trI,Js to pay tic bonus. There have been a _ rort;n1",m3 of ?ro7Incta.. officials drring the month of Ju17. Th.) ,-,ov-.1rnor of Sulu Pro- vince reined and a number of los:r effiQi-as have eithkAr re sinod or, in one or two instanc;ec, Jisappeared. One of the :.lost outstanding Jai'ftnoso collaboratt(:nists in the Province cf Davao, Juan zSar-:noz, Ni10 has boon the mayor of Davao sincto the Jpranese occupation, has tendered his resignation direct to Jose Laurel, the President of the puppet Philippines Commonwealtho His excuse was "FAILING HEALTH." Almost all the other official resignations give the reason for resigning as "Riall COST OF =vim Frequent intercepts contain official reports of the apparent conversion of sugar acreage to stable foodstuffs such as rice, corn, cassava, camcte, beans, etc. The Japanese sponsored Filipino political organiza.- tion, "Kalibapi", is conducting an intensive recraiting campaign the Ieland of Mindanao. On July 7 the Director .? -r?-= Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 LOS ANGELES OFFICE OF SIMATtGIC StRV10ES Intercept Unit - Report for Month enditz j 14 In accordance with your Instructions. wq bt9.0 Ginning a monthly report detailing the notivIttes or 1116 Milt In accordance with requests from thn c;N'Ioo or nvai Intelligence and sugp;estions from Mtlitgry Intellltgonoe Service, we are concentrating our translation aotiTiltioa the Philippine Islands, both inter-Islnnd nnd overz4wat radlo traffic. We are attempting a brief knalynin of thnlaterial e Int cept from thin area and submit our fIndim.7 herewith. IIILLEEILL2MILLIELLIE We intercept a considerable numb.Ir or orritql Con- stabulary messages dealing with porsonni, supplie2 and flnanaeg. Month after month there Is an over-increastn Indication of discontent and disorcnnization In the Constabtaary. Many of the district establishments have not boon paid for sevorsa months. Apparently Constabulary Leadquartors at Manila are quick to approve any measures allvIato the tnonamio distress of the various uniLs as soon as the recommendations are made by district commanders. However, the recommendations are always comlitioned upon funds beinc found for such mesures. Pew of the Units have actually received these funds. District commanders openly report "OFFICERS AND DISGUSTED NO MONEY TO BUY FOOD ARTICLES SKY UIGH." Evan Where' noney is available it is difficult to purchase prime food commodities-- apparently nobody wants the Japanese sponsored, Filipino pesos. Recently various provincial governors have requestins permission to "PURCHASE SUGAR AT CONTROLLED PRICES TO BARTER FOR RICE ValICH WILL BE SOLD TO THE MASSES AT A PRICE THEY CAN AFFORD." The enlisted men of the Constabulary are desert and resorting to "HOMICIDE AND ROBBERY" over a wide area. For example, one intercept from the executive office or the Cott- stabuIary headquarters in Manila to the district cammandex- Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 FC? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 4,1c?-? 451: ..; CONFIDENTIAL Col, G. Edward Buxton fr" transmission of the material through an approprlatbh of OSS in Washington, have expanded on our plans here for the use or t material, since I bfilievo this has a bearing on both the retention of Mr. Lusey and his unit In Los Angelsa. /And u?POnr the general usefulness of station F. B. q. In the thoughtt that it may be of interest, I mm attaching A copy or Luseyts report for the month of July to me, tndloattng the character of the material he Is dealing with; It also Ino. ilicates the desirability of having someone familiar with th# area on the ground at the station. ? ' 41.74. ? . ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Col. (;. Edward 13uxten I believe nomo Improvement has already oeourred. ThlS reoommondation is concurred In by Mr. Easton who hftb besot, familiar with Mr. Luse-ifs operations throughout and*, I bo hove, was else the view of Commander Ibulderbilt botioro hitt loft Calirornia. have recently bee:1 coneerned, ns hAg Mr. Lus y, with the fact that much materlal whtch tn inteecepted Is bolieVed to be of value to more than ono br,elch or 03S, qnd round that some of it requires extremely expeditious hndltng to be of greatest value. This latter we have attempted, to pro- vide through direct liaison with the Navy Department, Of Lo of Naval Intelligence in Los Ane:olos, and also with the Army intelligence section there. Zr. Lusey maintatns con- stant and close relations with both of these offices, and discusses many of his problems and the materiql obtalned wtth the officers in charge, almost daily. In orUor to mAke the material more available to OSS, Mr. Ly L bo?LinnIng, this week, to forward fairly comFrehensive screenings from the messages received to the Jhlef, R ez A in San 101...m010o, who contemplates a further screening and compilation, and their transmission, on a trial basis, to the R & A Branch In Wash- ington direct. Whether this is or is not helpful will de- pend upon the reaction of the reciplantn in Washin8ton. In addition, the Biographical Records Section of R & A in San Francisco is following the intercepted material, insofar as it relates to the activities of named individuals. A further field of usefulness for the material has been suggested by Lt. Lloyd W. Lambert, USNR, of the X-2 Branch, who is on temporary duty in San Francisco. Lt. Lambert is in close contact with Filipino affairs in this country, including the Philippine Section of the Department of the Interior in Washington. He advises that a great daal of the material from the Philippines would be welcomed by the Philippine Section as having a direct bearing on their work in compiling information on the activities of individuals In the Philippines under Japanese occupation. So far as is known, this material does not now reach the Department or the Interior, and it is contemplated that authority will he. requested in the near future, either for direct liaison, be- twean Mr. Lusey and the Philippine Section, or for the Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09 : CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ymno1500 offi &...c.4*. UNITED STATES' 0Vp ?,/ 1 . kagmtt t' ,e" :7;:t e.tik4 Colonel G. Edwa 3uxten Lt. Colonel Donnld M. 3regery Reseda Radio FAftbion P. B. ? ? As l'equented in Mnjor DlInz:an C. L?tjMeMrkeldleW to mo of 14 August 1944, I sam forwp.rfUng ray cantrovnta and recommondationn with rqspoct to tho memoPf-andutl or mr. A. R. Lu:;ey to Judi:F.) N. F. Allmnn or L,Nly 144 they follow. I fool quite definitely that tlio Tranzlatton [InIt as now functionin,7 In Lo:-. An1nn Ls of mAtmrlal vnlino to the operation:: the ntation F. quIto Ln- dependent of any v-Lluo res'atin from the A,Itqn1 !Irnira'* lation of tho matorial. is due, firnt, to the fact that there aro rt very lare n7m:.)4r or niraults which mir,ht b, follow9d and r.1,10 :1dmer.t in vsmclosLlary In picking out the cineq to follow ?lonely; and sok)ond, to the fact that Mr. LIvloy ppoars ?xtremely voll- qualified to make t chlocisi,ins, in view of his tn timate knowlede of certain :lart of the ?ar Enllt and of the conununications facilities, equipmont, and opera- ting conditions there. It is to be remembered that Mr. Lusey himself is primarily an opf,rator, and much of the useful material which is picked up is the direct remit of his personal work on the receiving sets. As Mr. Lusey is not translator himself, It Is obvilus that in order for his services to be most beneficial, he have facilities on or near the station for the trans- lation of messages which are received, in order to be able to determine which circuits to concentrate upon. It is emphasized that this viewpoint is quite indepen- dent of what, if any, value the fact that the trans- lations are made on the Pacific Coast may have on the ultimate disposition of the material in Washington. It is felt that unless an operator of experience and knowledge of the area equal to that possessed by mr. Lusey, is substituted for him -- his greatest userulnesa, personally, is in his present position. It is, aeaord ingly, my recommendation that the present set-up ,be continued, with a constant attempt being made to improve the quality of the translations made in Los Angeles* b7 substituting better translators as they are loomted, and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 lagigi?legiliemami4%,? ? ONSOUNIVPIReirfflatrigKOOMIZIMEIMPORP 1 0 SS Farb 11001 l(Pev.r%/27/1110 t 033 3ECRETARIAT - ROUTE 3ftg , (r .., 1141:21L4 TO TO 11 AME ? ? i Nrf 1 WI ( . C Doer n r.? 1. 1. Monian eaal?lia*Ili i ' 4 I 4 a Pli t Z en , ri*ILL.,.......,.. . Tltrant D. . W. Allehinclossm w. * Kan tacit AareelonaN W. II. Miley P. Hese A. W. Sulloway_ .........---- , . D. Donovan A, W.:?.A.P.JUdalii.?114.------ A. L. Dart H. H. !Tamil ton I.. R. Honeton C. S. McClelland . t.........- j. L. McDonnell J. T. Schoctrier, , V. 0 .A. - .41,? '0, ), t * oa........-4 r Secrfttariat Filem . ??????4 y Director's Files 4,-,. A 0. G. C. Files , (23695 ;;;,'",Y1 .',-.1MM",et.-"=*411-t7217r.kaa.:?7-1Mral3WIlii 1%. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ? 7. ? -- "T. ? ?- - - - rF,y Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Reseda Station Report (Supplement II) Mr. A. R4 Lusey With reference to previous reports concerning the Resift* wO have now arranged to transfer to Washington Jftl'e James Wanveer, who will assist in the translating and prooesaIng Reseda material. Mr. Wanveer has been trainirtg under *0 Li for this purpose in the Los Angeles Office, arid hla trims:ft obviates the necessity of having Mr. Lusey comehere to help out on this work. This will oleo make It possIble to, take advantage of M. Luseygs teohnloa/ knowledge kr keePtsfit him in personal contact with the station, sind alsv to utillz, his experience in connection with other radio Intelligence Plans under way. `atp:et Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 014- Datot 8epto 4f 1144 With reference to previous reports concerning the Reseda Station, we have now arranged to transfer to Washington Mr. James Wanvoor, who will assist in the translating and processing of Resoda material. Mr, Wanveer has boon training under Mr. tusey for thta purpose in the Los Angeles Office, and hin transfer obviates the necessity of having Yr. Lusoy come here to help out on this work. This will also make it possible to take advantage of Mr. Lusey's technical knowledge by keeping him in personal contact with the station, and also to utilize his experience in f:onnectton. with other radio intelitgence plans under way. -11-&7?',14` Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 OFFICE OF STRATECIC SERVIC1g9 WASHINGTON, 0, C FROM: LT.COMDR. H. S. MORGAN SUBJECT: DAEs,o S LXO At the regnlar weekly mooting of the Radio Advisory Committee, held Tuesday, 5 Septem- ber 1944, the attached memorandum from Judge N. Allman was submitted. After due discussion of the facts as presented, the Radio Advisory Committee decided to withdraw its recommendations, contained in a memorandum to General Donovan, dated 3/ July. The writer concurs in the deci3ion of the Radio Advisory Committee, and requests that Mr. A, R. Lusey remain in his present status until further notice. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ? PROM f- el Attached for your informatton is a rititanclraatitta trft . CommPnder Vorcan concerlinc*, tho proposed tr.tntfve or gr, ki,, Lusey to ';iashin7ton, together with an earlier memoraild--6 OW the same subject submitted by Jud:70 Allman. :efore uis departure, 3olonol 5uxt)n rwequestel tlfi , Secretnriat to obtain the co:nTenta or Colonel Irvit:ory, C%1AM4ndO,' TiorF7an, and Colonel Sands on Jud :e Allmanrs memoTandum. C*Idtk qregory recommended that Wr. Liusey 'on loft whore !lo Isr As al Comnandcr ;horgan, who reports that t:lo :iaclio Advism)ry ro ttAlt of which Colonel Sands is Clialrman, als concurs. :,:or-over, a memorandum from JudF,o Allman dated 4 :spteimbo.lr 1944 (attached to Commander Mornnts momoranIum) Incilto.1 t4svt the Jud ,e has withdrawn h12 earlier recDraTendqt1;)ns th.%t 'VII.* tatol come to Was'iington. Therefore, it appears that since all parties are in agreei ment, no further action need be taken on this matter slt the pro.$tat time. .64e,r74 Till1r402 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 4,-,pc-pip4z11 _ MOW In the process of moatorlh circuits a certain amount or coded ttriL turned over to the DM Orria# in 1,06 Azgo mission to the Nsvy Department* ITo os3#61A1 obtain this coded traftic, but In the proott.a 0. m open communications such mterial is lAtorsporadtt mission or the Far Eastern stations* tro report? hal' received as to the value of this codtd materlalo b-'th Department have requested ua to continue to alto tbea material which we happen to record in the coutsti a mar -; ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ' Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 _ #117A, TO PROM SUDJUCTs Use by th Usvyof intelli Reseda, California, cc Memorandam BrigadLer General 1/74 ifs DOA Vial Brig. Gonetal (lohn Lt. C,mdr U.S. WYrgAn Z ' At the present time Intelilt,,enem mt,66rit1111-, from Par stern commercial radio circuits, by tbot. Reseda, California, is being translated by the Trazaiikit in Los A,veles, under Mr, A. R. roasey and dissomit416d District Office of naval Intelltv,ence *lore.. WIth- atdi El of ONI in !'inshington, Comdr. Murphy, In chArgo ar MO.- sending certain of this material eons trierd of ope.mal'orkii, directly to JIGPOA In Honolulu. This material inalud64 movements, cargo movements and especially traff;o frOatici* Philippine Islands. vte are informed that tilts aftttoria l'-', considered of real value. In the mist sixty days, in company with Ziadh*lata I have intervio..od Captain wallace S. 4harton of Nalr7 Cottatwe Intelligence ;roup, n1 o har, !;roftt Interoat IA- Our nroduct. pt. harton wilt familiar with the exIdtia reIattati ship between Lusoy and the Distrtt orrice in Los Angololp and waa of the opinion Llat nothtm7 3hou1d. be ckmo to dIsturb theL prosent workini; agrooment. :10 Is woll aware or this aertftent and fools that matters should he left alone or the pa- order that progruss already mndo he unimpaired. Hop Capt* requested that v,e furnish him daily with intorceptr frOtt, Reaodtt* and, of course, t!'in is betnc done. This v6ry satisfactory contact and reIatiortshi: with- the Navy was develepod throuch the intermediary of P114-LA',UW. Easton, by Mr. Luney, in Los Anr,eles, largely thrcw41% petzolatir, friendship and acquaintanceship with the officers bath In! tholL? DNI office In Los Anz.seles and with the LO3 Angeles Cabpa.Civagot ship Office, which is manned by naval ofricOrS, When Roar Admiral Redman, Chief or the OItlaci,otCommunications and Comdr. Wenger ere in Los they visited tions, w Reseda station to inspect the nava,4: occu.oying some of the positions in the station., The- expressed interest in the operation, and it was AkA of th^ Office of Naval Communications that Capt.?ti17, contacted. 1, Recently the Navy has diaconti.4uad. at the Reseda station, transferring*iia't t Point Lomaso: This has treed eight p661., OSS 'and for which operators atx% bed: r' 4 - _ = -;!*--7):. at Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ,?-? I f; . - ali0-rliittrg-S2 11 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Ri.:044" ? "' ft -? ; 47k BrigadlOP Oeneral W. tr. DOWvAnVi ' nrigadier (ljn. jethrf gdgrUde Lt.. Comdr. H. S. MorgAn Proposed transfer of Reseda and BellMolid -14t.-3j7 After speaking to you thi* morning T trsled Harold jones, 1I.!`.1.?I.C., with th-hom Z di.e0Taafited ritki con Wined in his memorandum dollverod tO you to-ti&A, roonitorinr, stations, one at Reseda, Calif 'tagid Bellmore, Tong Ii1ar, be transferred to the 'X-2 :41,rariO.11- a requisite facility for X-rdts activitios. Those stations at prosent monitor open, eomme4Gial gal* .-ircults in fluro)e and the Toot, East, and the restatitg i!insominated principally to the 7!rtinches of OSSo. tan-der 'Nur 10-$: ',f the Radio .'.dviscry (:ommittee, composed of represe4tative-d. the various 'Aranchen 5ntere3tod, under the ehairmansh.tip Colonol 0. J. rnd Jones believes ta t f C-2 poasossfisirlonttorIng fogt-11.1t$1#44- t would e possi ble to use t:-ter:t ns amni::ewt9 tRhitinporraudIng tit Army and Navy to makf) available to :1,`-`0 the proed ftthoar breakinr: of enPray onco,lod inessaf:e5. write this memorandirn to potnt out; to you that r boltimit it is unlikely that the Army and N'avy will turn over this nuttorttat. to X-2 in view of their previous attitude., with whioh Gerxorta :Jagructer is fully acquaintol, and that unless by the tranater these stations to x-2 it to :ossIbin to arrano for t/U) matorial to be obtalthed, there is a oiance that X-2,, In oporattag the stations, would not :(1;:e thit.? otht,r tntelligence aitailable the other :!)ranches which are at pres-nt obtairang It throttsh medium of centralized control ari-1 d istributIon? ?$, Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 s - , 8-t-000 1.0000X?1,c1C11-V10 60/60/?1.0Z eSeeiei JOd panaiddv pue Pe!PsseloeCI J ? ? . :;?-J. ? i ? ??. ? _ i -f -114-4 r-- - . _ ? - -? ? 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Vali 411,SM it.B..1111SIMAD BAST ASIA l'OEP DA Lloyd's Register does not list Oa 'Itt4atUs In measasea 21 and 22 of this Index* Tionowftem*00 the Yangtgo river, no th of 5banghei? .:11)neleartZ 2,41E54 5 ato Shaingbal 24.9,28-46 Shipping 'Not., gest kids litioplAti Trail sportst Ica Co. IWO TO arit i1tE OF 1.3 101111 rr, VIM ? A Maga= VI CAPTAIN KA TM; TIM OSAKO MAKI unsir 04V11, A T IMAint-110 TBE, 'IRE ROPE: AN SWER ? " Uovils Regioter does not list the "Ositko 0241"! ? 41.833-24-J Kobe 22-45 Shangbai 2-23.4 Pozt Orrice ]i Director irlacara Repair Emma Kaohitz 7ra:taper atiarkil Sri:6,100V PREGARDI NG TE LVMC1LRON:tY Y317 it SW MED ON TEE WM? V kt #846* FIVE Iva= OF ?SHIM FliZIOLIT *swum THZ gIUMS *Aar. FRG HT MID C)TBER EXPENSES Artg %CM DOLLARS 44 OVITZ ZIAn. BEEN PAID AS 35 PrXES OF Fi3M FOR Min ON OCZISER 21.Vnio INVESTICIATF. AND REPLY I BalEXIA ?ELY ? 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MAR, RATE FOR WArTIT DISTIM TO Diaaa 3 Ms PREIOLIT Poit 11OVI Ri 10i4 TaIN01,40 13,03 Srap MASS CRAM 143 A1101/2* at Heelater lints two 84p br tkio eithor of Ithiuh. ;mad be the 040 WOW 114110.t ea 00414r 4 000 000 poLuass to A Pi I' ?007: INS Atm a Jos MOW Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ?tW -a?ecl;'sified,landTp.pro\-/-ed For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 '1 'MERU IS 2.00O 1 MINK X Win "? IASLI At?TELEPA OF MO Winn COMM' (IXTERUA 414 2 14.4 Too 2 Taketta ?HAVa augli 4IRE. IT TRIM 13 A war. OF ...)UR SIOL'a WITHIN 2 LAYS ANL MVO 111%, tit.SNY OF KOREA TIGETUER 41 H OUR BA/ASCE V alAWINT DE? HLOARLVIO UY AFTXR SU CITIES BIRTH Ta A TJ JAPAN. I raLL ASK YOU T) WtATSTVR /MT 41,11 PARED 'Mt WiltSTICL. wiz rmvsztArsLY*6 Sbansluti 2945 ubui Min Utotoi us Kaneda Taltan ?DO ROT ZELL THE BAMBOO AT VONU LAROX am= 200 BARK* 500,00040 750 SET SOLD A42 DUAI Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 '42 7-J Tokyo 2.264 (Post otri00) !IYOUR wIRE 3P THE ONE SIMMENT MUST FOHE SENDING (TN: =mu NOTICE," ongkong 2420-45 Poking 20.044 Takanaga Usobiatry "PLEASE COMOBICATAI RAMONA. RYWARDZMO TO r 6,000 MOS. SitiCE TSB MARV - AUIRORITIZX ? PLEASE ASK THE MOU AVVOR1TUSt AY PRP IUMEDIATSLYG AS S30N As Tun a TKANSIOSTATI ATITH 7AS1JDA*" In '*t at Etim*i XmaLOAD s.OD IIIIIEEDIA =VC? 600to ON TEE 3.4,. $CIAV ko - orrAc ovCritt refit Xiot am?. Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 NO. 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FrOM: MANILA 10/20/44 MINISTER SISON CHIEF DELEGATE OF THZ PRESIDENT AND INSPECTOR OF MARTIAL LAW TO: CRSU 10/2 44 MILITARY 00n11NOR DISTRICT NO.6 SUPPLEMENTING OUR TELEGRAM TO YON DAM THE Tvngi.,FTH 11STANT RV; RECWITMENT OP LABOR AS NEEDED BY THE IMPERIAL ARM( AND NAVY :a YOUR JITRISDICTION FOLLOWING IS ADDITIONAL BEING REciULREDEC 14 PERIAL NAVY COLON PARAGRAPH FOR cEau COLON UNIT 3007 DINARY LABORERS 500 SEMICOLON IJNIT 3023 ORDINARY LABORERS 1000 zcoo UNIT 3043 ORDINARY LABORERS 100 SMAIC(ILON ?NIT 3007 WOOM1RXERS 100 SEMICOLON UNIT 3007 MECITANICS 50 SEMIC;OLoN UNIT 304a COASTA:, BOAT DRIVERS 100 SEMICoLON TTN1T 3008 WOrTWnRKERS 100 Syt TMCCN nNIT 3008 MECHANICS 20 DASH TOTAL FOR TACL(flAn 440 FARAGRA? BACOLOD COLON UNIT 3024 ORDINARY LABoRERS 500 DASX TL BACOLOD 50/ PARAGRAPH FOR FURTHER DETAILS REGARDENG XATTER RSPER LOCAL NAVY REPRESENTATIVE STOP PLEASE APPROPRIATE ACTION IT At DESIRE NI-MBER LABORERS RECRUITED IMMEDIATELY. , 6.:1-S?t:::- - ..-.12... .... . -..r, 4 ? .1+4,,, 1 02.1-1'r- ,..44Wi41 Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 2soluimiza al4; ".0^,T?.;# 14, -7 sg?04- ? 7Ae. 6.14 14'11" St .1.04' ' ? *4; ``-'41".?? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 vir Please take this material that 1 havo gotten from Lusey and put it together consecutively so I can give it to Gen. Hurley. t!4-2:tr4 ? Declassified and Approved For Release 2013/09/09: CIA-RDP13X00001R000100110004-8 ( f Far LEL.,..4;1-4,ta. 4 .240-"!ra 4;_f4.5A0,44.1.7. 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