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Date: June 18th 1943
Claude Senton

June 18th 1943

RCAF 433 Squadron,


Dear Folks -

Received your letters a few days ago & parcel. Everything fine, only thing beside some food, enxlose pal razor blades although I hear we are getting them in our canteen; and two pr of shorts - no hurry now. I just wrote Glen today, I was thinking about farming. If he wants & saves a little more money, I will, we could start in about two years imagine the war will be over by then. I think he should get a tractor & tiller next spring, secondhand John Deere because they will be snaped up. Glen can figure it out, but we got to get thinking about something soon, we can rent some land, have about a $1000 work & not need much help from Dad. Rose town should be a fair place, there's plenty, one never knows whats the best but we have to do something, maybe work in a mine until Glen & I get our own going I guess I got a lot of time on my hands here to figure.

That tobacco you sent over is good have plenty. Listening to a good radio program, plenty of programs for the forces.

How is Lill?

Goodbye for now