Sgt Roman F. Klick 36620923
HS 1393 Engr APO 709
c/o PM San Francisco, California
8 July 1944
TO BE FILED: THE LAST OF A SERIES OF 4 LETTERS WRITTEN BY MRS BOYER 6/24/44
"Never you mind, that Klick fellow will be home some one of these days, medals & all, & I'd rather see him, than 150 Nemecs. Glad to hear living conditions are shaping up, it would be too bad if you had to move again just when you have things all fixed up. Glad you fellows get to see so many shows & your letter sounds like you have some real "get-togethers".
"Nothing new happening here in Chi of any importance, unless you'd call the Republican & Democratic conventions important, that are to be held here this month. We're having real summer weather now, so until the next time Muriel & I wish you the best of everything. Cheerio. How's your Aunts & your Dad?
Do you still write to "your" little Lana Turner?
ED NOTE: It so happens that Pat's girlfriend lives in the same house as Dorothy Anderson who was a friend of Muriel Boyer who found out about "little Lana" thru those channels of gossip. During my furlough I showed her the picture I had at the time.