By H. Robert Charles
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J. B. knew me as well as I knew myself probably better. He had trailed me halfway across the country to find me and bring me back to a safe haven with the Buckleys so I could finish high school. Page 30 He knew I was determined to fly away again. Only this time he wouldn't try to dissuade me. It was to be my last night at the YMCA.
Don't you worry about him, Mother. England, France, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand even the Union of South Africa have just declared war on Germany! " Almost everyone who attended the little community church arrived early to visit before services began. In good weather, the men lingered by the front steps, talking, while the women went inside. J. B. was holding forth by the steps that morning, talking about the war spreading across the whole of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa most likely the United States before it was over.
Why had he allowed himself to be tortured, risking his own life repeatedly to save the lives of his fellow prisoners? I tried to walk back along the paths he walked, asking questions I dared to ask, leaving alone the areas where further probing might have provoked nothing but more pain. I knew something about his suffering. I had been with him during the long ordeal in Burma. Some of Dr. Hekking's treatments were as old as time itself, yet so far advanced that medical researchers are just now beginning to prove the efficacy of what he knew and practiced even before World War II.