9/18/47 Hubert home again
aeronautics its o'clock bj est 9. diaui- taxl- Chief Ship's Clerk H. D. Hessel-j tinet'a regular navy man, who, ing" the last year, has back-tracked in the Pacific over much of the' battlegrounds he covered during the war, is back home on a leave before reporting to G r Lakes for a period of shore for a change. Â· Hesseltine, who escaped from Philippines when the Japs took saw Pacific duty throughout the war and, at the wax's end, hitchhiked an airplane trip to Tokyo see the sights, was last home a year ago. Since then he has serving as personnel officer at U. S. submarine base on Guam, made two trips to Japan and where he observed first hand the effects of post-war inflation. j In China, for instance, one drink over a. bar sells as high as $100.000 in Chinese money. As a result, seltine thinks inflation at home nothing compared to what it is abroad. Â· Hesseltine is visiting his mother, Mrs. D. J. Hesseltine, 2224 Virginia avenue, and o t h e r relatives friends, including ilr. and Mrs. Louis McDonald with whom he resided as a boy.