July 6, 1946
WILL NEVER FORGET CANTEEN, SOLDIER WRITES FROM TOKYO Still they come--tributes to the good Canteen. Miss Betty McCoy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCoy of 131 Snyder street, received a I from a "boy friend," Private Walter of Pittsburgh, who is in Japan, containing i following: "I must say the people from Connellsville can't be beat. They're realty swell. And why: When I was on a troop train going Fort Meade, Maryland, to the West Coast I stopped about an hour in your home town, and the whole town was out there and they sandwiches, milk and coffee, and they made telephone calls to Pittsburgh for me, letting family know I was going to go through. I'll forget the people of Connellsville and I Henderson, who: must say they were really Duckwick is a member of the military police at Tokyo. He has been there for five months.