H. Beaber - In the Philippines - Saturday, January 24, 1941-1942

Cecil, Willie, and I go to the Pasay Municipal to get our third hypodermic injection for typhoid, dysentery, and cholera. We had to take two injections while we were in the camp. Due to the crowded conditions in the camp, lack of sanitation disposal in the city, there is a fear of epidemics of disease.

In the P.M., Cecil and I went to the head-quarters of the religious department of the Japanese forces in order to hand in a report I had written out of our activities, work, budget, and staff. It was required. The men were very kind and friendly to us. Had a long talk about the nature of our work, and on our way back to the main street (we were in Intamuros), we saw the effect of the bombings that took place earlier in the war. The corner of Intamuros next to the Post Office in a shambles.

We caught a street car and rode a little ways out on Avenida Rizal, then walked over to the Concentration Camp. Saw Ernest at the front gate and gave him some clean clothes. Returned home tired.