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  • lie. Lately I've been receiving letters forwarded from Du Pont. Those letters are usually Christmas cards and greetings. I hope I never get to Du Pont, at least on this charge. I want to win this case. Aiko Yamagiwa writes from Ann Arbor. Chitake + she are running a house (I believe it is a room + board affair) about 3 blocks from the Campus for about 30 teachers. It keeps them very busy, but they seem very happy. She mentions that Takuyo drop... more
    lie. Lately I've been receiving letters forwarded from Du Pont. Those letters are usually Christmas cards and greetings. I hope I never get to Du Pont, at least on this charge. I want to win this case. Aiko Yamagiwa writes from Ann Arbor. Chitake + she are running a house (I believe it is a room + board affair) about 3 blocks from the Campus for about 30 teachers. It keeps them very busy, but they seem very happy. She mentions that Takuyo drops in every now and then. Aiko misses her folks but have the comfort of knowing that they are among friends and getting along fine. It must be difficult for families to split up, but in times like these, these breaks must be made. If one waits until the family can move out together, even when he receives his individual release, he may 'never' get out. Families must have contact outside, and what better contact than a daughter or brother. I hope internees pour out of these centers as rapidly as opportunities arrive. It'll take courage and a... less