Lieut. R. S. Yegerlehner
Ba U.S.N. Base Hosp. #4
F.P.O. San Fran. Cal.
Nov. 1, 1943
Happy birthday – I sure wish I could do better but can see nothing better at present.
I’m still kicking around here and will be for a few days awaiting transportation.
Yesterday when I wrote you I was at a rest camp and it really was fine. I wasn’t there for the rest cure however but just as a visitor.
My poor rear felt happy yesterday because I was given a ride in a fine new
[page 2] Plymouth Sedan – yes just like one we see back there – a most welcome change from the Jeep, etc. Things around here seem almost State Side a big improvement over last year at this time. Seems I miss out on things but I sure am glad I’ve been here in the area as long as I have. I’d hate to be just starting as so many I meet but they are fresh and full of the stuff. I’m not run down but I’m ready for a vacation which I hope will come in the not too distant future but I still have my fingers crossed as to the time. I think I’m going to enjoy
[page 3] where I’m going because if will be so different.
Just had some conversation with some fellow officers – Different from that that we used to have but never the less time consuming and thought breaking up.
I have several things to do so must get busy so I’ll be ready – will try to get a letter out each day from now on as nearly as possible –
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I wonder if the post office really did collect 6 cents postage due, on letters coming from service personnel.
Surprised to read that there was a Plymouth Sedan way out there in the war zone!