<div align=right>10-7-46<br>Luam</div> My Darling Donna,<br> OK hun gee am I tired us I got back late from Japan last nite and got up early this morning and nothing to do but drink here and write letters. There is nothing to do in Japan but then am a lot of gals only you have to use Gnats and I don't go gor that thi s red cross nurse I met at the Eent is a well little firl she is from Illinais and has been in Chicago a lot. Well first what have you been doing lately honey you been donw to the merr go round or any place like that ans. Have you seen Billy Ascher the one that had the laundy truck ans. How about kenny and aboive all a but is Verne Ross dairy, I wrote him but guess as uet he hasnt had time to write back Donna did you mve up norht as yet ir do you know when you are? Well I am still holding down the bartenders job and its just like home now as I get<br>
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<center>2</center> the same feeling you know all the gimp try and get me to bring some out when I quit at nite but when i do that its all gone by the time I get back to the BK will guess I will close for now and get ready to you up the friendly taviern and turn on the music box so when the officiers start comming I will be all set. Ask Mary to drop me a line and then I will do the smae sya hello to your mother and Father for em. and lets hear from you.<br> <center>Jim Casey</center>
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