Japanese Police Letter
LETTER FROM KANAGAWA POLICE.
OCTOBER 16th, 1946
THE KANAGAWA PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT
PUBLIC SAFETY SECTION
16 Oct 46
To. Major. Cannon
Subject: An inquisitional report of the where-about of confiscated articles re-Freemason club's affair.
In compliance with your request to return you articles confiscated from your Freemason Club. 38 Bluff, Nakaku, Yokohama, made by former The Foreign Affair Section of Kanagawa Prefectural Government on December 1941, we had tried every possible shifts available to find them out inanely, because it has elapsed five years after the event has happened, and also one year gone by since the day of confusion of Japanese capitulation, and dispersedness of the persons of the times concerned in this affair owing to the dissolution of the said Foreign Affair Section was caused us to hard to find them out: and to the vantage, the sudden death of one of the important protagonists of this troubles: police-sgt. Yosaku, Okamoto. former the staff of the said section, on 23rd, July, this year, gave us more difficulties to investigate this indubitably. Being the matter as it may, this public safety section will however, always taking unremittant endevours to serve your confidence and satisfaction, but it still falls short your expectations.
It is regretted to you that we have to intimate you this unsatisfactory intercurrent information and hoping your bounteous attention to this.
KANAGAWA PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT
PUBLIC SAFETY SECTION, Yokohama
Chief of the Public Safety Section.
Returned articles specified as follows.
Great clock. 1 pc. Returned 20th, July, 46
Organ. 1 pc. Returned 27th, July, 46
Chairs. 2 pcs. Returned 27th, July, 46