Sgt. Bartz— (Continued from Page 1) to inform you that ^our son, Pvt. Robert Boehm returned to military military control 13 Sept. 45, and is being returned to United States within the near future. . You are invited to submit a message not 1o exceed 25 \yords for attempted delivery to him. Message to be addressed addressed care of Casualty Branch, A.G.O. 3617,( Munitions Big. Washington, Washington, 25, D. C., in reply refer to rank, name, serial number. Other Other information furnished when received. received. Report further states that physical condition fair." The message message is signed by Edward F. Witsell, Witsell, acting the ad.i. gen. Prior to being transported to Japan in the late summer or early fall of 1944, Pvt. Boehm was held at Cabanatuan in the Philippines. LIBERATED MEN RE1TRNING Four more liberated men, three of them members of the 192nd Tank battalion and one airman, are due to arrive in San Francisco at 9 a. m.iTuesday, according to word received by their parents. They are Sgt. Robert Grant, who was with the air corps, and Delmon Bushaw, Alva Chapman and Wayne Buggs, all of the 192nd. One of their classmates, Muriel • Birmingham, who is with the WAVES in San Francisco, plans to meet them when their boat docks, she has notified friends here. The four men met in Okinawa. William Nolan and Louis Wal- llsch, who left Manila on an earlier .boat, are due to arrive in the Uniled States today.