This is just a short letter to let you all br.ck horao loiov.* that I have re
ceived 3rour libtle nexvspt’por *7hich hr.s been published for the boys nov/ in service,
I waiiL you all to knov; that I really do appreciate receiving sfxie tc» such an ex
tent thai'. I’m oXraid it vjould be jjiiponsible to express mj^self in words as to hov;
appreciative I rovally on, nii'ny thanl-cs and you niciy rest assured that I’ll
bo looli.’i^ fom;ard to rcccivii-if^ the nei-ct one,
I*n do\vn hero in the Hcplacenent Cenber at Fort Braf':f:, North Carolina and be
cause of tne fact that I-\e been in the UiiL''x;d States Ann^’’ ic'r the past six years^
quite a few of the folks back home undoubtedly don’t reneinbcr:rue,
pretty bus3^ down here because I an no\j in the Replacement Center and
*Nuff srid for now so I’ll blose with best wishes to you all, and once
again, niany thai'ilcs for nailing no the newspaper.
Sergeant Edc^r Chanpion
Fort Erf frg, North Carolina
I enjoyed reading your paper v.'hcn I received it a few days af;o, md thrjiks
for sendin'^ it.
I an an airplane nechanic, and like; ny w^rk very nuch, I feel honored to
have the privilege of hc3pip.f' to, "Keep Then Fljdnc-. ”
Amy life is o. k. It isn’t as touf-:h vas soae would, nake it—sonetines, it’s
Private J.C, Deviney,
Atlanta Lnvj Air I-ase.
Just received my copy of the ’’Hot off the Hoover Rail”. Thanks a million,,
its swell, I certaialy lyould apoi'eciate it if yoii v/ould send me a copy, every
tine it is publ^.shed. It ii.mkes you feel good to know your friends are thinking
I was greatly shocked at the tragic noT/s of Hillard Canipe being killed, I am
sure a].l of us a_e ready to lay down our lives to aven,7e his death. My heart goes
out to his frien.ds and loved ones and you can be sure that rll the boys as well as
myself will do our part and will do as Hillard did - Fi;:^t to the bitter end,
Well, I will close by sa;^dng, I wish all of yoU; the best luck in the vjorld,
Cpl. Charles Daj^’berry,
St. Petersburg, Florida
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Received your nice and nost appreciated paper. There is nothing like getting
the n.ws from homo, I can’t tell you how niLich 1 enjoyed it every bit, Tlie only
thing wrong, was, that there just wasn’t more of it,
I expect to bc! here in this camp for another few v;eeks, and thent£ sent some
where else, y/e arc all hoping by next Christmas, wo can bc hone, I couldn’t
imagine anything better right now. However, we have a job to do and intend to do
it well, as liong as we feel ^’'ou folks at hone arc with us lOOfb, vje can’t fail.
Tell everyone who is connected with the paper, I thin!: they arc doing a
wonderful thing for the boj^'s in service.
Pvi/, Robert L. Pearson
Crj.ip V.'lieelor, Georgia
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Just a word of thanks for the little paper♦ you sent ne sometime ago. I enjoyed
reading it vory much. It proved to be both inter(;sting and rjmsing - am looking
forward to the next issue. Good luck to you, !7ishdng each and every one a Merry
Christnr.s and bright prosperous New Year.
Ira. J. V'eaver.
Benton Harbor, llichi:,an
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