Lieut R. S. Yegerlehner USNR
% F. P. M. San Fran.
Your letter of Mar. 26 just arrived and this is the P.M. of the 14th but I dated it the 15th since I’ll probably finish – That is as far as I got on the 14th. This A.M. weather conditions fair and warmer just like always.
Later yesterday I received a letter from Ruth M. Dated Mar. 24 – So you C our mail isn’t so slow when things work out right. I sure was glad to hear the measles situation is better and of course was more than glad to get the pictures. I didn’t quite get what you mean about the
[page 2] dividends on the J. Hancock prem. but I am sure you will take care of it in the right way. This I believe is the last year for payment on that old J. Hancock policy at any rate they will let you know or stop send [ing] you the semi a.[annual] statements.
Yes the uniform money did not come here either so we still can’t spend that.
The septic tank needing cleaning is a surprise to me – And I still believe there probably was a hitch in the original construction for they are supposed to go longer than that.
Again I wish you would write more air mail because I feel it would come just like
[page 3] always, I mean some would come by air other by ship. The V-mail isn’t so good as yet but keep writing some of that also.
I’m not writing to so many people now but will occasionally drop a line here and there. The writing situation here is different than before as I’ve said before. However when it comes to censoring the mail I believe the boys write just as often and as much.
Well, I’ll reread your letter today and maybe I can comment more in tomorrow’s letter –
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