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December 1, 1944


Dec. 1st – No action – Have a frightful cold – No room in the Hospital – So must stay in my room.

150 internees over 50 years of age are to be transferred to Los Baños. This means that either the Japanese want more room for themselves, or that they intend to intern the 120 class “A” persons still on release at home – The blind, the paralyzed, the crippled, the advanced TB’s, the cancers. If the latter, then our work in caring for the sick will be multiplied enormously –

Still reading “As I Remember Him”. Enjoying it immensely –

No new rumors about the comfort kits – No war news – Morale low.