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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata March 28, 1944

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8:35 P.M.

28 MAR 44

Darling,

How are you and every thing? Got two letters from you today. Thank you baby I love you for that. More than ever.

Yes, I'll have train money unless someone robs me of my money, which I intend not to happen. I have even threatened to quit smoking. For the past several days to the P-X's have only had Old Golds + Raleigh's + I dest them both.

Doggone it - too much noise I can't concentrate. If my letters sound screwy - it's because I have to hurry + the atmosphere isn't exactly right for concentrating. I ought to wring a couple of the guys necks to have a little peace + quiet.

9:10 + nothing written yet. Terrible. I gotta shove + clean up - lights out in 20 minutes. Boy where the day goes is beyond me. Don't have time for anything seems like.

Now, I don't know what to write about. Really not much to say except school + sometimes I am tired of talking about it, it occupies so much of our time, othertimes [sic.] we all talk shop incessantly - runs in streaks. Don't misunderstand I really like it.

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