September 12, 1972, Tuesday

    10:55 PM Sept. 12, 1972 Tuesday Malacañan Palace Manila Hysteria continues because of the bombing, kidnappings. Finished working with the governors, city mayors and municipal mayors on their requests at 9:10 after starting at 4:00 PM. Included conference on Cagayan Valley, Mt. Province especially Isabela, Quirino, Nueva Vizcaya, Ifugao, Camarines Sur, Zamboanga del..

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November 17, 1944

Sirens sounded twice today, first at about 11 a.m. indicating "stand-by" and then at 12 noon giving "All-Clear" signal. Saw no planes except three Jap fighters rhat flew very low over a house at Taft Avenue. People are disappointed. After heavy raids on Tuesday and Wednesday, they expected to hear of landings in Luzon. Apparently..

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November 30, 1942

Since I reported to my post as BC Inspector, peace and order in Vizcaya have been good which makes my job easy. The BC have peacetime routine sending patrols to outlaying barrios to contact our people for us to know how they feel -- they do not like the Japanese. The present condition is brought..

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November 20, 1942

Yesterday I visited the town of Aritao, hometown of Cpl. R. Salazar one of my BC escorts and met the town officials including the Chief of Police who briefed me on the peace and order situation. They were all happy to receive me.  The Mayor tendered a dinner for me and we stayed overnight at Cpl...

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November 16, 1942

Since my arrival in Bayombong, I started familiariazing myself with the town area and people.  I visited all sectors and met many families such as the Madellas, Mendozas, Zuraeks, Gonongs, Prudenciado-Lozano, Reyeses aside from the provincial and municipal officials appointed by the Japanese Adm.  The peace and order appears artificial as the people live in fear of..

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