Rue Broadcast

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Rue Broadcast - Army officer is a prisoner of the werejjaps, R....
Army officer is a prisoner of the werejjaps, R. The radio broadcast was heard Pcrry-ville A- r jj. - Ad-;mess was Kceived here on j' - . Wednesday. at . Captain Rue, husband of Mrs. j E. W. Rue, of Harrodsburg, left Cprp;fB& Corporal Irvine J. Baker of the Mercer county city on Octo-Danville traveled all the way to , ber 27, 1941, with the 192nd Tank India to hear the voice of Captain Edwin W. Rue of Harrods- burg over the radio from the Isle nf Viitntn lanan urharn IKa , on Thursday, January 13, when the Japanese permitted- Ameri - can prisoners to speak briefly, ac - i cording to Corporal Baker who! 1 wrote the news to his mother, . nf n oItaw f .- mis. iviai y imaci, auu owici, xviia. ( B. B. Weltz, both of Danville,; ; under date of January 13. The Battalion. Stationed at the Zent-suji prisoner of war camp on the Isle of Shikoku, he informed his . iifo thai iha rriann VirntArmoi was madeojk November 3. The lofficer's voice was recorded in ' Arizona by a listener wboJieard . it over the radio, and the record jwas sent to Mrs. Rue who says .her husband's voice is genuine and clear. Captain Rue is a form- er student of the University of I tr..i :M T ..:.... aeinutijr 111 xc;.iiigiuii. Corporal Baker is a member of tlle Air Transport Command and has been in Asia since he landed overseas where he was sent last August from California.. He is a former student and graduate of Danville high school. s at

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  1. The Advocate-Messenger,
  2. 04 Feb 1944, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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