EARLY in February this year, twelve District Rehabilitation Officers headed out into the various Marine Reserve Districts to hoe the row of rehabilitation to the best of their ability. True, policy had been established and directives issued, the complexities of their jobs as enumerated on paper gave them only a small inkling of some of the actual problems they were to meet through the operation of their offices.
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