Story told of WWII POW

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(Editor’s note: Information for the following was taken from The Beaches Leader, which serves Jacksonville Beach, Florida.)
On the first night of his liberation from captivity, Lester “Mickey” Bostian, brother of I.D. Bostian of Many, had trouble sleeping aboard the USS Rescue. The ship was anchored off the coast of Sendai, Japan, and was a welcome sight for the sailor, who had spent the previous 41 months as a prisoner of war in the Philippines and on the mainland of Japan.
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