Santos Thomas internment camp
McClatchy Newspapers Service Tulare Plans (Tulare Co.). Feb. 24.-State Frank W. Mixter of his senaip subcommittee postwar planning and construction will conduct a hearing afternoon, starting at 1:30 the supervisors' room in County Courthouse here County postwar projects. said the committee will the supervisor?, officials cities and public and representatives of unincorporated communities to dis-i should be done in the the war and how it! : subcommittee is in charge of i the Central California | members will explain at J the eligibility and pro- i the 510,000,000 appro- i by the last legislature postwar planning and the necessary rights of apportionment to counties, is slated to receive up for approved projects of is for plans and surveys the remainder for sites of way. Local governments required to match the Gilt Sells 1610 At Hog Sale (Tulare Co.), Feb. 24.-Sunlit a bred gilt, brought News overseas Jantry in Gerald of During river 14th, the ' .'C swift boat had On the cprnpanied rifle several carried one distance of lelative the others. forces withdrawal. i Germans j Despite Snead i\\ounded jbv six Ritth Bohleen today among 40 entries California Hampshire Swine first Tulare sale, owners 57,710 in spirited conducted in the Tulare-Kings County Fairground, was decided success" by swine who attended from a wide owned by Ralph Farwell 111., was bought for S610 W e e t h of Coalinga. Gunner, a boar owned Hensley of Minkler was Diamond D Ranch in 5600 to register second registered entries were and v i s i t o r s expressed theiXselves as well pleased Missionary Is Liberated From Internment Camp KINGSBURG (Fresno Co.), F'eb. 24.--Miss Ruth Bohleen, a missionary missionary in the Philippine Islands 13 years, was one of the Americans liberated from the Santo Tomas internment camp in Manila, according according to word received here by her sister, Mrs. Walden V. Anderson. No details were included in the message telling Mrs. Anderson of her sister's release except 'that Miss Bohleen is reported in "fair" physical condition. Miss Bohleen, associated with the Christian Missionary Alliance, first went to the Philippine Islands in 1927. She returned to Mindanao from a visit to this country only a few months before the Japanese struck at Pearl Harbor. Hid For Year Mrs. Anderson has been formed her sister, with other missionaries, missionaries, went into hiding after the Japanese invasion and remained remained at liberty a year before she was captured. She was imprisoned in the Davao Internment Camp several several months and later was transferred transferred to Santo Tomas. Mrs. Anderson said she received word from Miss Bohleen at various times during the letter's captivity, but a letter which came a month ago was the first in her sister's handwriting. took six with her \\itn_ her render. remaining As a through lives of Dowl Leggett Drive, wounded to be in Bryan bombed Rumania damaged with two completed However, parachute into they eluded months back to on by a entered its over vital Austria, had another completed effective Immediately exploded. been Brother COALINGA John S. Hawthorne, a worker, today the war brother, was among from the internment Mark remained in before the on prisoner Japanese.