UNITED STATES ARMY
16 April 1944
Dear Members of the Bryant Service Club,
Received your sell package and I do mean swell, along with the letter that pr ceeded [sic] it.
Things have been going around here as usual and I’m still in the supply end of the Ordinance School.
I was glad to hear that the men of Bryant are doing so well and that those reported missing are now located.
In case you haven’t hear the news, Bob Bernstein “43” is now somewhere in North Africa and Dave Kaufman “42” is on his way to getting a commission in the Air Corps as a navigator.
Are Prof. Gulsky, Vinal, Appelby [sic] and Richards still there? I alwayssaid [sic] they were pretty lucky that cigars were never ratione [sic], eh!?
I understand our sister sorority put on the “Sno-Ball” dance this year and it was a great success. Great going girls, I’m sure the fellows appreciate the fact that you didn’t let them down and made a good show of it.
Well, thanks again and I can assure you it really makes a Joe feel great to know he’s remembered by his school and everybody he’s left behind.
Cpl. Jerome K. Goldberg “43”
Cpl. Jerome K. Goldberg