Some military censors like to write cozy postscripts to soldiers' mail, have even been known to slip money into letters to folks at home. Last week the War Department issued a stern warning: cut it out.
The Army also asked civilians to report any violations. Reason: such well-intentioned butting-in reminds people too forcefully that their mail is being read.
"Are You All Right?"
Most popular of the coded, low-cost radiograms which shuttle between overseas servicemen and their families is Number 1, "Letter received. Many thanks." But pushing the leader harder than ever last...