November 29, 1944

40 squad nets issued late yesterday to Bldgs. #12 & #13. (23 to latter). People are all clamoring for special Thanksgiving day issue but as the Japanese do not recognize this holiday, cannot expect any issue. We hope for a little extra rice and will use sane of the mongo beans extra. Attached Major Peter..

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November 28, 1944

Yesterday afternoon about 4:00 p.m. we heard the church bells ring loudly, and that means an air raid! Strange – we did not hear any drone of planes – and the sentry on the rooftop also seemed puzzled. A short while later, Puding, our maid, walked past the Garrison and she saw a man (about..

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November 28, 1944

One pkg. Manila whites @ P1.35 ea. issued by commissary. Also 5 bulbs garlic and l prem can of salt per man. This amounted to 25 sacks of salt for issue and 25 more were given to the mess and perhaps there will be another 8 sacks left over. Talked with Hr. Kuboda who promised..

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November 28, 1944

Nov. 28th Still in bed - The pathologist says the dysentery is worse – Still miserable - Thank God we have had the Flexner bacillus here and not the Shiga bacillus! No action all day - Very few rumors - everyone depressed – Tonight it was announced there will be no more coconut milk -..

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