Well, we got another, cut in our rations, but we have expected that, also our commissary prices have more than doubled and triphed [tripled] this last week. I don’t expect to be able to buy anything with this Jap money in another week haven’t seen any more of our planes in the last 24 hrs, but don’t expect anymore with they are on their way in. Guesses to when they will be is from 6 days to 6 months. I wish I could get another letter. Bob Barlando came down to see me today. He raved about Bonnie’s picture. He is one swell guy.
Sunday, Sept. 24, 1944
Posted by Manuel L. Quezon III on Sep 24th, 1944 in Diary of George C. Brundrett