AIR CORPS BASIC FLYING SCHOOL
COCHRAN FIELD MACON, GEORGIA
May 9, 1943
Dear Mr. Jacobs:
I sincerely appreciate the two cartons of cigarettes which you sent to me and which I received today.
The formation and maintainance [sic] of The Bryant Service Club is a plan of which you should be justly proud, and I am sure the many graduates of Bryant who are now in the service and have received packages join me in thanking you to the fullest extent.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish continued success for the College and hope you will graduate more and more well trained business men who will make excellent pilots for the Army Air Forces. I sincerely hope none of them will have to be called upon but if they are I’m sure they will be well equipped to do a fine job.
Thank you again for the fine gift and please remember me to all of my friends of the Faculty and Staff.