[rubber stamp] PASSED BY U S ARMY EXAMINER
MR. JESSE G. DORSEY
S/Sgt. Glen M. Applegate
158th A.A.C.S. A.P.O. 627
c/o P.M. New York City, N.Y.
Dear Sir; - Just a few lines to let you know I hadn’t forgot you, know I haven’t wrote for
some time, but I have had a few too many letters, to keep up to date. I really enjoy my
letters even tho I don’t get a chance to ans them all, with good luck I believe I will get
them all caught up this afternoon.
I sure would like to be back home this time of yr, I always thoug spring the best season
know everything looks fresh & green. have heard from the folks at home what things
look like. I sure hated to hear about the accident there in front of the Community House.
guess it must have been a terrible one. It just seems like so many of those things happen
regardless of how careful we all are.
As for China everything is about the same we are getting better crts. that could be one of
the advantages of the road. of course. I’m not sure, know it must have been an awful
shock to the people back there when the pres. passed away. sure hope it won’t chance the
outcome of the war too much. Well had better close for now.
V - - - - MAIL
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