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Record 403/959
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Telegram from the Bureau of Navigation concerning Douglas J. O'Toole, Radioman 3rd Class, USN, to his guardian, John M Wynen, in Oshkosh, WI. Western Union Telegram C121 71 Govt=Washington Dc 4 1153A 3A John M Wynen 155 Ceape St. 1942 Apr 4 AM 11 19 THE NAVY DEPARTMENT DEEPLY REGRETS TO INFORM YOU THAT YOUR WARD DOUGLAS JOHN OTOOLE RADIOMAN THIRD CLASS US NAVY IS MISSING FOLLOWING ACTION IN THE PERFORMANCE OF HIS DUTY AND IN THE SERVICE OF HIS COUNTRY X THE DEPARTMENT APPRECIATES YOUR GREAT ANXIETY AND WILL FURNISH YOU FURTHER INFORMATION PROMPTLY WHEN RECEIVED X TO PREVENT POSSIBLE AID TO OUR ENEMIES PLEASE DO NOT DIVULGE THE NAME OF HIS SHIP OR STATION=REAR ADMIRAL RANDALL JACOBS CHIEF OF THE BUREAU OF NAVIGATION.
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