November 11, 1944

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We did not see any American planes today. Towards sunset, six Japanese planes flew over. They usually attack the American ships and planes at night.

Dolly and Junior are very much better, but are still in bed.

The price of rice is almost sky high – 8,000 Pesos a sack – red rice is 5,500 Pesos a sack. Canned salmon is 150 Pesos a can, a small cake of Palmolive soap is 60 Pesos. Beef is 150 Pesos a kilo.

This morning two Japanese soldiers came to get the census. One asked me if the USAFFE slept in the empty houses near us. They are suspicious of these houses. All I could say was that as far as we know, no USAFFE soldiers slept there.