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December 24, 1944

Some activity during the night and alarm with activity at 10:30 A.M. All packages broken down and put in boxes for prorata distribution at 11:00 A.M. tomorrow. A raffle is planned for some 58 articles, too few to be prorated including a wrist watch, 5 pens, 4. pyjamas etc. etc.

Talked with Mr. Kuhoda who said that he was sorry there was not more found in the boxes,,but that the authorities didn’t understand. The J.P.M. issued us a sack of sugar for X’mas in addition, but no fresh meat is forthcoming.

About 2½ kg. of coffee from the packages will be turned over to the night corps men. All other usable food products are in the mess and prorata to the diet kitchen.