Able To Walk
As former Japanese Premier Tojo recovered sufficiently this week from his attempted suicide to walk around
his hospital room, news came that three of Gen. Jimmy Doolittle's Tokyo Raiders were crucified and shot by their Jap
captors Oct. 15, 1942, in a Shanghai graveyard still red with the blood of a thousand slaughtered Chinese, Richard W.
Johnson stated in a United Press copyright story.
The execution of the three fliers was confirmed by the War Department this week and identified them
as Lt. William G. Farrow, Lakewood, O.; Lt. Dean Hallmark, Dallas, Tex.; and S/Sgt. Harold Spatz of Lebo, Kans.
Japanese war crimes prisoners are going to get a taste of real prison camp life, Lt. Gen. Robert L.
Eichelberger, Eighth Army Commander, promised this week.