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1 TH VOLUME XVII HUMBER 5 THE NINTH INFANTRY DIVISION ASSOCIATION $4.00 per year. (Ths $4 per year subscrpton also pays one year's dues.) Sngle copy, 35c. Columbus, Oho Zmpfer St., Columbus, Oho - Hckory ~ May-June, 1964 JULY 23 GETTING CLOSER -TIME'S A WASTIN' r BEAUTIfUL RND HISTR'C VALLEY forge STATE PARK A fascinating SPOT SIGHTS OF A BIG CITY AVAILABLE TO ALL WHO VISIT PHILADELPHIA; BUT SMALL TOWN WELCOME WARMTH PREVAILS Members are asked to refer back to the last ssue of The Octofol for a complete breakdown on the Phladelpha Reunon Program. However, certan hghlghts of the last ssue's page 1 story are beng reprnted now for the beneft of those who have msplaced copes of the last ssue. REMEMBER THE DATES -JULY 23, 24, 25 at the SHERATON HOTEL. The regstraton fee s $1; strp tckets for adults, $15; strp tckets The "old /olks" and youngsters alke, who attend the 1964 Nnth In/antry Dvson Assocaton Reunon n Phladelpha, wll get a thrll out 0/ makng a vst to the above area, whch s the Encampment at Valley Forge State Park n nearby suburban Phladelpha. Here George Washngton and hs Contnental Army spent the btter wnter of Today, the beautful park 0/ more than 2,000 acres s one 0/ the naton's most sacred shrnes. New York Gang Vst "The Pont" On May 23 a bg group of New York Chapter members vsted West Pont. Gen. Westmoreland not "b ng t.here any more, naturally was a dsappontment to the group, but nev';' ertheless they were made to feel at home and had a most enjoyable tme. The parade started at noon and was honorng one of the Academy's professors, a colonel who was retrng. After the parade many of the members and ther famles made tours of the Academy's facltes, ncludng the West Pont Musewn. Many of the members enjoyed the varous athletc events beng staged. Others relaxed and enjoyed the pcnc lunches that had been prepared for the occason. The cadets were most colorful n ther lne of march and presentaton of colors. Secton G of the revewng stands was reserved for members of the New York Chapter and a znembershp card was shown n order to gan admttance. The members were made to feel so welcome durng ther vst that n all probablty many members wll make the trek agan next year even f they have to forego the pleasure of a pleasant vst wth Gen. Westmoreland because of hs South Vetnam assgnment. COL. JOE TEECE, 60th, SENDS DUES Col. Joe Teece s stll a man of few words. Just the same as when he was the well-lked 60th offcer. He wrtes from 1700 Brooksde Ave., Waukegan, N. J.: "Dan: Sorry I slpped. Enclosed are my dues. Joseph A. Teece, former Colonel. 60th Inf." RICHARDS MAKING EVERY EFFORT TO CONTACT GOLD STAR PARENTS Oscar W. Rchards, 467 Sharon Dr., Wayne, Pa., s Charman of the 1964 Reunon Gold Star Commttee and he's puttng n a lot of hours to contact as many Gold Star Parents as humanly posble and extend an nvtaton to them to attend the 1964 Reunon n Phladelpha. Recently Rchards maled out the followng letter to all the Gold Star Parents whose address he has: Dear Gold Star Parent: I am pleased to nform you that the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton has decded to send two FREE reunon tckets to each Gold Star Parent. The tckets are for all affars of the 19th Annual Reunon to be held at the Sheraton Hotel n Phladelpha on Thursday, Frday, and Saturday, July 23, 24, and 25 of ths year. As soon as the tckets are prnted, two tckets wll be sent out to you. If both parents cannot attend, one parent can come and use the other tcket for anyone he or she cares to brng. If you know any other 9th Infantry Gold Star Parents who have not receved a copy of ths letter, please have them wrte me so that I may contact them. Very truly yours, OSCAR W. RICHARDS, Charman, Gold Star Commttee. In a follow-up letter to The Octofol Rchards asked that t be stressed how urgent t was for Chapter's to send n to hs address the names of all known Gold Star Parents. Hs second appeal reads thusly: ATTENTION, to all Chapter Presdents-Please send me names and addresses of all Gold Star Parents of the Nnth Dvson n each partcular area so they may be gven ther Free tckets to the Reunon. Each Chapter wll be gven ndvdual credt and t wll be possble to announce at the Reunon the Chapters responsble for helpng to make ths a real boost to the Gold Star Parents. Rchards sends a merry hello to all hs old 60th Inf. Cannon Co. Buddes. He s hopng a large delegaton from the Cannon Co. wll show up n Phladelpha July 23, 24, and 25. Reunon Commttee Met On June 13 Alfons J. Cuprys, 1128 W. Kngs Hwy., Mount Ephram, N. J., Charman of the 1964 Reunon Commttee, advses The Octofol that a meetng was held Saturday, June 13, at the Sheraton Hotel, and he s well satsfed wth reports made by charmen of the varous commttees. The old burlesque queens used to sng: "It's rght here for you, f you don't come and get t-that's no fault of mne." That's the setup at the Sheraton Hotel now: The commttees have arranged a program that s second to none-f the members don't partake of ths opportunty for a gala tme, t "an't" not fault of those Phladelpha lads. - CAPT. HUMMEL WILL MAKE PHILLY TREK Dr. R. M. Hummel, M.D., Captan, 9th Med., wrtes from 2411 Lommel Lane,' Maron, Ind., and has only ths to say: "Hope to see everyone n Phladelpha July (teenagers), $10; strp tckets (chldren), $7.50. Thursday, July 23, 1964 Regstraton, 10:00 A.M. to 10 P.M. Golf Tournament - Tme wll be posted.. Welcomng Party-9 P.M. to 1 A.M. Frday, July 24, 1964 Regstraton-10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Busness Meetng-l0 A.M. to 10:45 A.M. Commttee Meetngs-1l:00 A.M. to 12:30 P. M. Lades Socal Functons wll be announced. Fnal busness meetng-2:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. TeeIl;lge Coketal Party-7:45 P.M. f<'j\t}!a Dance---.:-9:00P.M. to 1:00 A.M. Saturday, J~y 25, 1964 Regstraton -10:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Memoral Servce-10:00 A.M. Tradtonal Banquet-7:00 P.M. Sharp. Informal Dance-9:30 P.M. to 1:00 A. M. The commttee s askng those who can to send n for ther strp tckets now thus elmnatng confuson and much rushng at the last mnute. Illnos-Statewde Pcnc Is Planned The lllnos Chapter s plannng to hold a statewde pcnc on June 28. The event wll be held near Mahomet, whch s west of Champagn. The area boasts a nce lake and park as well as a golf course and amusement concessons. It should be an enjoyable affar for everyone who attends. Indcatons are every secton of the state wll be represented. Many from the Chcago area have sgnfed ntentons of attendng the bg event. -PAY 1-9-~-4 DUES NOW- FOR-Boos~Aft\t Jack O'Shea""presdent?f the Phl- ~ adelpha-delaware Valley Chapter, s makng a fnal appeal to members for Booster ads n the beautful Souvenr Program the Chapter s havng prnted. Send name, unt afflaton whle wth the Nnth Dvson and $1 to: Arthur MacDougall 5051 Homestead St. Phladelpha 24, Pennsylvana -PAY DUES HOWl- Hotel reservatons should not be MRS. VINCENT LEPORE HAS TIMELY THOUGHT delayed another day. It may be too late for an ad n the Reunon Journal. Deadlne for copy was not gven n the order blank appearng n The Octofol. Then agan f acton s taken mmedately and sent ar mal copy may stll get to Phladelpha before the last forms have gone nto the pressroom. It s worth a try. Prnted elsewhere n ths ssue are just a few of the many hstorcal sghts that are to be seen n and around Phladelpha. Members Who It's short, sweet and to the pont: Dear Dan: Enclosed fnd a check for $50. I thought ths would make a nce brthday present for a man who has everythng.-sgned Mrs. Vncent Lepore, 443 Therot Ave., New York 72, N. Y. Thus, through the ngenuty of Mrs. Leport, Vncent, of A Co., 47th Regt. fame, becomes a Lfe Member n the Assocaton. brng ther chldren owe t to them COL. JAMES HULLEY to stay over an extra day and enjoy takng n the hstorcal sghts. HAS FATAL ATTACK GEN. BOND'S TALK The sx years Gen. Bond put n wth the Nnth Dvson has gven hm volumes of nterestng ncdents that he no doubt wll call on for hs talk to the old outft that he knew and loved-and stll does. Consderng the fact that Phladelpha s a large cty located n the heavly populated ndustral East the prces for strp tckets s not very far removed from those prces pad at Fort Bragg and Sprngfeld. GOLD STAR REPRESENTATION Partcular attenton s called to the appeal made by the Reunon Gold Star Parent Commttee charman, n whch he pleads wth Chapters to send names and addresses of all known Gold Star Parents n the varous areas. THE GffLS REMEMBERED The Lades' Auxlary of the Phladelpha-Delaware Valley Chapter have really knocked themselves out n plannng for the enjoyment of the dstaff sde of the famly attendng the Reunon ths year. These plans are arranged for the lades whle the men's commttee and busness meetngs are beng held. All other events are jont affars, famles and ther frends wll all be together. -PAY DUES HOWl- Sgn n gas staton: "Gas for Sale -Free Installaton." Funeral servces were held Feb. 11 for Col. James Perce Hulley, 63, a retred chef of staff of the Army's 9th Infantry Dvson at the Fort Myer Chapel. Bural was n Arlngton Cemetery. Col. Hulley ded from a heart attack. Left to survve Col. Hulley s hs wdow, Mrs. Geraldne B. Hulley, 5410 Connectcut Ave., Washngton, D. C., and a daughter, Mrs. Althea Hulley Hardman of Mountan Vew, Calf. -PAY DUES HOWl- JAMES SALVATORE OPERATES GABLES MOTEL, ROUTE 130 James Salvatore s a member of the Assocaton and was a 26th F.A. man. Salvatore s operatng the Gables Motel, Inc., just fve mles from Phladelpha, north on Route 130 n Cnnamnson Townshp, n New Jersey. He wll gve specal rates to any 9th Infantry Dvson Assocaton man, who can show a padup membershp card. Mal or phone for reservatonsor come on out drect. Phone Two can lve as cheap as one at Gables Motel. Ffty deluxe untsand only 15 mnutes from the center of Phladelpha. "

2 Page 2 THE OCTOFOIL May-June, PAY DUES NOWI THE OCTOfO'l Forms 3579 should be sent to 286 Zmpfer St., Columbus, Oho EDITORIAL AND EXECUTIVE OFFICES - COLUMBUS, OHIO Octofol Edtor PAUL S. PLUNKETT, 286 Zmpfer St., Columbus, Oho Assstant Edtor "DICK" PESTEL, 1422 Dyer Road, Grove Cty, Oho * NATIONAL* OFFICERS * JOHN CLOUSER, Presdent, 200 N. Elm St., Mt. Prospect, I1lnos VINCENT GUGLIELMINO, 1st Vce Pres., 114 Charles St., Floral Park, L.I., N.':. J. EDWARD ARN, 2nd Vce-Presdent, 3147 Carpenter (East), Sprngfeld, I1l!l0lS JACK O'SHEA, 3rd Vce-Presdent, 412 South Ave~ue, Holmes, Pennsylvama HARRISON DAYSH, Judge Advocate, 4303 CarrIage Court, Rock Creek Hghlands, Kensngton, Maryland DANIEL QUINN, SeO'etary, 412 Gregory Ave., Weehawken, New Jersey THOMAS BOYLE, Treasurer, 39 Hall Ave., Somervlle, Mass. BOARD OF GOVERNORS Francs Maher, Worcester, Mass. Harry Orensten, Bronx, New York.Alfons Cuprys, Mt. Emphram, N. J. John Bonkowsk, Detrot, Mchgan John Clouser, Mt. Prospect, Ill. Vctor Butswnkus, Phladelpha, Pa. John Rzzo, Long Beach, L.I., N.Y. Frank S. Wade, Port Tobacco, Md Henry Shmkosk, Worcester, Mass. Frank Ozart, Chcago, Ill. Rchard Pestel, Grove Cty, Oho Board Member Emertus Walter O'Keeffe, Rdgewood, Queens, Maj. Gen. Lous A. Crag (Retred) New York Honorary Chaplan Emertus Herbert Clegg, Fayettevlle, N. C. Father Edward Connors,. Leonard DeBell, Warren, Mchgan Worcester. Massachusetts * The offcal publcaton of the Nnth Infantry * Dvson Assocaton--offces locate~ * at 286 Zmpfer St. Columbus, Oho. Sngle copy prce s 35 cents per ssue or by mall $4.00 per year, payable n advance. Ths $4 subscrpton prce automatca.lly enttles any former Nnth Dvson man to one year's dues as a mem.ber of the NInth Infa.ntry Dvson Assocaton. Members should notfy the NatIof?al Secretary, Damel Qunn, 412 Gregory Ave., Weehawken, N. J., 01 any change In address. Publshed sx tmes yearly, September-October, November-December, Janu~ry February, March-Aprl, May-June, July-August, by and for the members of the NInth Infantry Dvson Asso~aton. New~ tems, feature stor~s, photographs and art materal from members will be appreciated. Every effort will be made to return photographs and art work n good condton. Please address all communcatons to Paul S. Plunkett, Edtor, The Octofol, 286 Zmpfer St., Columbus, Oho. An extract from the certfcate of ncorporaton of the Nnth Infantry Dv~on Assocaton reads: "Ths Assocaton s formed by the offcers and men of the NInth Infantry Dvson n order to perpe~~ate the m~mo.ry of our.fallen comradt;s, to preserve the esprt de corps of the dvision, to assist In promoting an everlasting wo.rld peace exclusvely of means of educatonal actvtes and to serve as an nformation bureau to members and former members of the Dvson." Copy must be receved on or before the 5th of each month to guarantee publcaton on the 15th. Photographs must be receved on or before ~st day o( p-'ublcaton '?l0nth. Entered as second class matter at the Columbus, OhIO, Post Offce. AuthorIZed as of October VOLUME XVII MAY-JUNE, 1964 NUMBER 5...,... * -- - NINTH INFANTRY DIVISION ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHI.P APPLICATION Dan Qunn, Natonal Secretary, 9th Infantry Dvson Assn. 412 Gregory Ave., Weehawken, New Jersey Enclosed please fnd 1964 dues for: Name Seral No. _ I was a member of: Battery ; Company ; Regment 9th Dv. I wsh to sgn up for the followng: Regular Member, per year Please credt the followng chapter: Phlly-Delaware Valley 0 Greater New York 0 lllnos 0 Washngton, D. C. D $ 4.00 D Donaton Memoral Scholarshp Fund D ~ THREE-YEAR MEMBER $11.00 D Lfe Membershp $ Octofol Automoble Lcense Dsc $.50 D Decals,25c; (5) fve for $ "Eght Stars to Vctory" $ ~ (Pctoral Hstory of 9th Dvson n acton.) Lades' Auxlary Member $ 1.50 D 1 Combat Route Map $.50 0 ~ 60th Infantry Hstory $.50 0 * ;I New England 0 Mchgan 0 Illnos Group Hold B",,, Kenne"-,, J.P. In MonroeVlle Memoral Servces MAJOR GENERAL VAN H. BOND Commandng General XXI U. S. Anny Corps, Indantown Gap Mltary Reservaton, Annvlle, Pennsylvana General Bond wll delver the man address at the Phladelpha Reunon banquet. Hs wealth of knowledge about the experences of the Nnth Infantry Dvson qualfes hm to delver a talk that wll hold the nterest of everyone n hearng dstance. GENERAL BOND WAS WITH THE ~ NINTH DIVISION FROM '40 TO '46 The followng letter from Captan Street Address.:-:: : :.---oy Rodney M. French, addressed tq t~~~_~~~.. A.u.c~~...~-.!... - _"W1'o"_~olII;:_..._~~.4.~",...y: ~~..,,_ ~--"...,...: :~. <-:1...;:_.~ l~~~w...~ +.:... j-. ~,.... c _" r:- A short note, dated June 9, from Natonal Presdent John Clouser had the followng news note: llnos Chapter had qute a fne Memoral Day servce at the gravesde of a Comrade who was klled n 1945, near the war's end. There was a large turnout of members and ther famles. After the servces the group went to Chuck Koshu's house for a steak fry. After everyone had satsfed ther appettes the balance of the afternoon was devoted to the swappng of war experences. Some pretty tall stores were related durng ths enjoyable sesson. When Raymond J. Kennedy was wth the 709th Ord., none of the guys expected hm to come back to Pennsylvana and get mxed up n poltcs, wndng up a Justce of the Peace n Monroevlle, Pa., operatng hs offces at 245 Old Haymaker Rd. Some of those J.P.s have reputatons of beng most unfar to "defenders" comng before them. It's always a case of gulty, some clam. But old buddes of Ray Kennedy say they beleve he has changed the J.P. mage over n Pennsylvana and s showng 'em how to be far and unbased. -PAY 1964 DUES N-O.WI- Sgn n front of a London factory: "Manufacturers for Army and Navy Surplus Stores."...>::.! ~..." ".,"~-e. l 19M Reunon, s'c. '~pl'" Cty T Zone State j HEADQUARTERS ~ l XXI U. S. ARMY CORPS j Offce of the Commandng General INDIANTOWN GAP MILITARY RESERVATION ANNVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA 23 March 1964 Dear Mr. Sabato: General Bond asked me to wrte to you to confrm that he wll be pleased to jon you as prncpal speaker at the nneteenth annual reunon of the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton n Phladelpha on 25 July. He also asked that I forward to you a short bographcal sketch and a copy of hs photograph. General Bond served wth the Nnth Infantry Dvson for sx years -from September 1940 to September Hs ntal assgnment was to the 60th Infantry Regment where he served n Company D, and as Regmental Adjutant. In 1942, he was asgned to Headquarters, 9th Infantry Dvson, as Headquarters Commandant; he later became Assstant G-3 and then G-3 of the Dvson. Hs combat servce n World War II began n North Afrca, where he fought n North Mrca and Scly as 'J the Battalon Commander of the 3d ~ Battalon of the 39th Infantry. In Europe he was the Regmental Commander of the 39th and fought n ~). fve campagns from Normandy to ~). the Elbe RIver. MANY ASSIGNMENTS Snce World War II, General Bond ;I served wth Headquarters, Thrd Oho 0 Fayettevlle-Fort Bragg, N. C. D ). Army, completed the Army War ~~m:h::h:fi:h:h:j-lch:lr(hch:i~m-(l'h:j _. -a-'q_.~ -:f'-1)'-(i-'h:j -CH:If:H:H:I:H:mJ:H::H:fI:H:H:J-lCH:lfI:H:H:I-rH) College, was asgned to Headquar ~ ~ ~ ~ ters of the U. S. Army, Pacfc, to Department of Army n Washngton, NEEDS "DOG-SETTER" BEFORE HE CAN LEAVE HOME FOR_ REUNION HELP WANTED-My wfe and I want to attend the Nnth Infantry Dvson Reunon n Phladelpha on July 23, 24, 25. We must locate someone who s a good dog stter. Anyone nterested n takng care of Pooch so we can enjoy the Reunon, get n touch mmedately wth John T. Weber, 46 Bromfeld St., Quncy, Mass. Uncle Buckle: "Whch go fasterhorses or buses?" Luke: "Buses, of course." Uncle B.: "Then, whynhell don't you bet on buses?" Chck Hennen Promoted To Brgader General A three-lne note from Chck Hennen, formerly 60th Infantry, now lvng n Mnneapols, s very modest, never mentonng havng been recently made a general. Hs note, wth '64 dues, merely read: The Twn Ctes may not have many actve members, but we do clam to be loyal ones.-chck Hennen, 60th Infantry. A few days later, Dck Sms, Edna, to the 1st Infantry Dvson at Fort Mnn., former Co. K, 60th man, sent Rley.as Assstant Dvson Com- ths news n: rea.~. e d n e... :~J{~~.o J'!Sta no~e ~ te~~ c~~=~ tary Advsory and Assstanc,e Group. J. "Chck" Hennen, has jus~ be.en General Bond completed hs assgn- promoted to. the.rank ~f Brgader ment n Korea n January, 1963, and General. ChIck IS AsSIStant Co~returned to the Unted States to as- mander of the 103rd Infantry DIsume command of the XXI U. S. vson (Reserves). We both ho~ to Army Corps at Indantown Gap Ml- be n Phladelpha for the ReunIOn. tary Reservaton. As a matter of possble nterest to KOROBKO WILL BE you, the names and addresses of Y THEN some other members of the Nnth IN PHILL Dvson wth whom General Bond ARIZONA-BOUND has had recent contact are ndcated below: Brg. Gen. Justn W. Stoll, Commandng General 31st Artllery Brgade (Ar Defense) Oakdale, Pennsylvana Col. Frank L. Gunn, care U. S. Army War College Carlsle Barracks, Pa. Lt. Col. Melvn J. Freeman, USAR Commandng Offcer 2153d Corps Augmentaton Unt 530 Brentwater Road Camp Hll, Pennsylvana. Major Charles Yenser S-3, 165th M.P. Battalon Natonal Guard Armory 10th and Brdge Streets Lehghton, Pennsylvana. Please do not hestate to let me know f I can be of further assstance to you n antcpaton of General Bond's vst to the Reunon on 25 July. Sncerely, RODNEY M. FRENCH, Captan, Ordnance Corps Ade-de-Camp John DeSepo Sends Regards to 47th Men In a letter to Secy. Qunn-John DeSepo, Co. M, 47th Inf., comments on how much he enjoyed readng "8 Stars to Vctory." Hs present address s 323 Maron St., Bound Brook, N. J. John plans on payng a vst to Charle Warner and cheer hm up a bt whle he s convalescng n hs Bound Brook, N. J. home. He sends regards to all the old Co. M 47th gang. Wfe to neghbor as they watched husband mendng wndow: "For years he had me belevng hs unon wouldn't let hm repar thngs n the house." -PAY DUES HOWl-- Phladelpha Reunon Group Hts "Jackpot" Wth God's Help and a Porton of Drug, Presses Run It seems to be a habt-agan ths ssue of The Octofol s gong to the press late and out of schedule. The edtor regrets ths abnormal stuaton but was helpless to prevent t. He s just too old to cut the mustard any more. Durng a state veterans conventon n Columbus, O. May , The Octofol edtor tred burnng the candle on both ends and learned he could not do, the thngs he could a few years ago. Consequently, he was agan rushed to Grant Hosptal n Columbus and kept on the crtcal lst for several days, sufferng from a "tcker" condton. Upon beng released from the hosptal on June 9 he was permtted to work a few hours each day on The Octofol untl ths ssue was ready for the presses. Wth God's help and a Dgtals pll ever so often whle lvng on a 1200-calore det, ths ssue of The Octofol was nurtured nto becomng the product members are readng today. If errors are more frequent and the sheet lacks comng up to expectatons t s hoped the members wll be tolerant and forgvng. If ths salt-free 1200-calore det doesn't result n complete starvaton, chances are the other alments wll take care of themselves and everythng and everybody wll be clckng along as though nothng had ever happened wthn the very near future. The Octofol s n recept of an nterestng letter sgned by John Korobko, address care 4571 E. 32nd St., Tucson, Arzona. Whle vstng n Phoenx Korobko attempted to locate Dck Macomber, but Dck was n the VA Hosptal at the tme. VISITED TEED Enroute to Tuscon from Detrot, John stopped for a vst wth the Charles Teed famly n Effngham, TIL They treated hm ne. Wonderful famly. Hope they get to Phlly n July. (Teed wll be remembered as the former Nnth man that Look magazne featured n several pages of photos shown gong over hs old route taken n Afrca and on the Contnent whle wth the Dvson.) John Korobko s far from well and had to retre from the Detrot Polce Department, but no one would ever know t from talkng wth hm or readng hs letters. Always lfe of the party, s John. He plans gong back to Detrot for a sege of fshng n those temptng Mchgan lakesthen on to Phlly and from there to Tucson, where he beleves the clmate wll be benefcal to hm. The Octofol and John Korobko's thousands of frends n the Assocaton hope that the change he s makng wll do hm a world of good. The Octofol s also n recept of a newsy letter from Mare (Mrs. John Korobko), who s stll n Detrot, watng for the real estate agents to dspose of the old homestead then she wll supervse packng the furnture for a long trp to the wde open spaces way out yonder n Arzona. Mare's charmng dsposton has endeared her to Reunon vstors for many years. - "CHUCK" LA SORELLA IS IN AUTO BUSINESS Joe "Chuck" La Sorella, a former E Co., 60th Inf. man, now operates the La Sorella Motors, 4910 W. North Ave., Chcago 39, TIL The frm sells cars both wholesale and retal.

3 May-June, 1964 THE OCTOFOIL Page 3 to SHERATON HOTEL RESERVATION BLANK Nnth Dvson Assocaton members are requested to fll n hotel reservaton applcaton blanks mmedately. Be sure and state that the reservaton s for the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton Reunon. Sheraton Hotel, Phladelpha 3, Pat Name Street Address Cty _ State I wll arrve on about (P.M.) (A.M.) And wll check out on Check the knd of room desred (X) Sngle Room $ 8.00 Double rooms, double bed (2 persons) $12.00 Double rooms, twn beds (2 persons) $12.00 Hollaway beds -0 $ 3.00 Completely ar-condtoned - TV n every room. Chldren under 14 years of age n rooms at no addtonal cost. PHILADELPHIA DELAWARE VALLEY CHAPTER PLANNIING TO PRINT BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM 19th Annual Reunon Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton July 23, 24, 25, 1964 Hotel Sheraton, 1725 Kennedy Ave., Phladelpha, Pat The Phladelpha-Delaware Valley Chapter 1964 Program Commttee s puttng n many long hours preparng materal for a Souvenr Program that all the members wll be proud to possess. The advertsng rates are beng held to a mnmum. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton, Inc. Care Arthur MacDougall, 5051 Homestead St., Phladelpha, Pa. Rates are as follows: Full Page ----$25.00 Half Page $15.00 Quarter Page $10.00 Eghth Page :~ $ ~.OO Francs K. Maher, former natonal Presdent of the Assocaton and now ncumbent presdent of the New England Chapter, ssues an urgent appeal for a bg delegaton to attend the 1964 Reunon n Phladelpha. Maher's address s 14 Davenport St., Worcester 10, Mass. Hs letter to the members reads: Dear Comrades: Once agan we are nearng Reunon tme and I would lke to remnd all the members from the New England Chapter to try and ft the Reunon nto ther summer plans, f at all possble. A good showng at Phladelpha s what the New England Chapter s shootng for. Won't you try to be wth us? PART-IF NOT ALL The Reunon s a three-day affar. If you are unable to make the three days, try the weekend-frday and Saturday. And see what a wonderful tme you wll have. The offcers from the New England Chapter are lookng forward to arrangng a meetng for ts members. Snce we have a large area assgned to us and t s mpossble for some members to attend our meetngs because of the dstance nvolved, s why we are hopeful of havng a, -',.. InmvIduarmern"bers who want ther name and address on the Boosters Page should send $1.00 to Arthur MacDougall, 5051 Homestead St., Phladelpha 24, Pa., or to Vctor Butswnkus, 6265 Dtman St., Phladelpha 24, Pat PRINT or type name planly. Company and regmental unts may also be lsted wth the member's name and address. Prepare copy for program and mal n at once. MAHER APPEALS TO MEMBERS FOR A LARGE ATTENDANCE Scuccmarr Has Some Company Adolph Wadalvage, Art Schmdt and Art's mother recently vsted Vc Scuccmarr at the VA Hosptal n Montrose, N. Y. He was n good sprts. The group enjoyed sandwches and coffee at the PX. Vc told them he was now workng landscapng of lawns and shrubbery, and was hopng to take a cvl servce examnaton for a post offce job n the very near future. bg New England Chapter meetng at the Reunon. MORE SHOW UP I am happy to say that after the offcers have been patently watchng and workng. for larger attendance at our meetngs a few more members are showng up at the meetngs and that means more nterest s beng shown. ORDER HATS We have ordered hats after the last meetng and I wll say that they look pretty sharp-much better than the old helmet that you wore. So f you want to get nto a snappy lookng outft send n your dues to the New England Chapter. A meetng was held on June 5 n the Coffee Shop of the Immaculate Concepton Church, 353 Grove St., Worcester, Mass. Our host, Father Connors, always goes out of hs way to make everyone feel welcome. And the pastry and goodes prepared by the women of the parsh that usually wnd up beng served the Chapter members s a real treat. Don't forget the Natonal Reunon n Phladelpha at the Sheraton Hotel July 23, 24, and 25. -Francs K. Maher, presdent, New England Chapter. EARL WEAVER NOW FULL-FLEDGED MEMBER Earl J. Weaver served wth Co. C, 47th Regt. He wrote Secretary Qunn from 22 Park Ave., Lttlestown, Pa., that all he knew about the Reunon was a short notce he read n the VFW Magazne and asked for nformaton. Secretary Qunn furnshed the nformaton along wth an applcaton and a copy of The Octofol. Earl s now a full-fledged member of the Assocaton. - LEARN OF DEATHS BY RETURN OF MANY DUES REMINDERS Very lttle nformaton was receved concernng the deaths of the followng members. The news remnder letters sent out were returned and marked "deceased": Kenneth E. Howe. Sr., P.O. Box 305, Palmer Mass. Hq. Bty., 84th F.A. (Wdow sent a note to Secretary.) Wllam J. O'Nel, 2378 Jerome Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 84th F.A. (Note sent by hs wdow.) Tor A. Gocoechea, 6623 Rdge Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y. 47th Inf. Ded suddenly on Dec. 29, 1961 at work. Mckey Wolstoff, 368 New Lots Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. M.P. Co. Ded durng February, John J. Anderson, 1466 Beach Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 39th Inf. Date unknown. Bernard Kadykowsk, Northvew Dr., Rosevlle, Mch. M.P. Co. Ded n January, Harold Wlls, 133 Gauge Street, Plans, Pa. 746th Tank Bn. Date unknown. Stanley J. Soleck, 428 E. 157th St., New York, N. Y. Co. G, 39th. Date unknown. Thomas A. Harrs, 7460 Orchard Rd., Framngton, Mch. Hq. Co., 47th. Date unknown. Gold Star Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ozley S. Cooke, Roanoke, Ala., returned the notce marked "deceased": Lt. Claude B. Cooke, A Co., 69th Inf. These men wll be mssed by ther many buddes. The Octofol extends sympathy to the bereaved next-ofkn left to mourn ther passng. DARRY T. BRIGGS DIED NOV. 28, 1963 Mrs. Sarah M. Brggs, 523 Frethorne Dr., Monroevlle, Pa., sent a letter to Secretary Qunn that conveys her nnermost feelngs snce the death of her husband of 26 years, Lt.. Harry T. Brggs, Bty. C, 26th F.A. Bn. In behalf of all the leutenant's old 9th Dvson buddes, The Octofol extends most sncere sympathy to the bereaved famly. The letter s one of the most touchng to reach The Octofol n many a day, and reads: Aprl 14, Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton, Gentlemen: Thank you for sendng ths last copy of The Octofol. As always, t proved nterestng to read. I.,cannot tl}ak why we dd llqt renew 'our subslrpton last year and every once and a whle one of us would ask about t but neglect s just that, and we were the losers. LOOKING FORWARD Your last ssue remnded me how very much we had looked forward to the next tme a reunon would be held n Pennsylvana. Ardmore, a Phladelpha suburb, s our home town, and our chldren would be able to stay wth frends and relatves whle Mother and Dad were happly renewng old acquantances. However, now none of ths s to be. My wonderful husband and companon of 26 years ded qute suddenly on Nov. 28, Hs passng has left a very large vod n the lves of all who were assocated wth hm as he was truly a wonderful man, quet, sncere, always there when needed, but always wth the complete humor that goes wth ths type man. It s sad that tme heals all, but we mss hm more each day. Yet at the same tme we are grateful for the legacy he has left to us. We all thank God we knew and were loved by hm. PROUD OF THE 9TH Harry was very proud of hs assocaton wth the Nnth Dvsonwhch he joned n England n December, Many tales I have lstened to as we met hs Army frends from tme to tme. And always the love for and prde n the Nnth always showed through all ther talkng. It was a pleasure at any tme to hear ther war tales and talks. WOUD LIKE TO ATl'END, BUT- I wsh I could have the stamna to jon you n ths next reunon, but I'm sure that wthout the man who was not only my husband, but also my constant companon, t just wouldn't seem real. I would be a "looker on" nstead of a "joner," and would contrbute nothng to such a festve occason. However, I'm sure the conventon wll be a huge success and wsh you the best of everythng for t-good weather, good turnout, good fun and most of all, good companonshp for whch the Octofol has much meanng. Happy Conventonng - Sncerely Sarah M. Brggs. Rghteous ndgnaton s your own wrath as opposed to the shockng bad temper of others. -PAY DUES NOWI Count your blessngs frst-ealores second. THE MEMORIAL FUND OF THE 9TH INFANTRY DIVISION ASSOCIATION Scholarshp 'nformaton The Memoral Fund of the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton was establshed by the members of the assocaton to commemorate the memol'y of ther comrades who pad the supreme sacrfe n battle. As a part of ths fund the assocaton establshed a scholarshp program. Scholarshps are awarded each year to relatves of men who served n The Nnth Infantry Dvson. ELIGIBILITY FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION A person who wshes to apply for a scholarshp must be related to a man who has served wth The Nnth Infantry Dvson. Chldren of former members of the dvson wll be gven frst consderaton, but chldren of men klled n combat gven frst preference. Applcants who are not chldren of former members of the dvson wll not be consdered unless no chld of a former member qualfes. APPLICATION PROCEDURE The followng procedures must be followed by those wshng to apply for the scholarshps: 1. Send a letter of applcaton to the charman of the scholarshp commttee statng the followng: name, address, age, and sex of the applcant; name, address, and occupaton of the applcant's parents or guardans; the name and address of the secondary school the applcant s attendng or has attended and graduated; the name and address of the college the applcant expects to attend; the vocatonal goal of the applcant; and the name of and degree of relatonshp to a former member of the dvson. The unt and dates of servce n the dvson of the former member must be ncluded. 2. A transcrpt of the applcant's hgh school record must be ncluded wth the letter of applcaton. The transcrpt must nclude at least the frst seven semesters of the applcant's record. 3. The applcant must have a counselor or prncpal of the hgh school he or she s attendng wrte a letter of recommendaton to the charman of the scholarshp commttee. 4. Effectve wth the 1965 scholarshp award, the applcant must take the PSAT gven every October. The applcant must lst the name and address of the charman of the scholarshp commttee n the space on the applcaton for the PSAT requrng three names of nsttutons or ndvduals to be sent the results of the test. 5. THE APPLICATION MUST BE SENT TO THE CHAffMAN OF THE SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE BY MARCH 15. Applcatons receved after March 15 wll not be consdered. 6. All applcants must accept the decson of the Scholarshp Commttee as fnal. 7. Informaton to determne fnancal need wll be requested by the Scholarshp Commttee after the applcatons have been consdered. Only the top ten contenders wll be asked to submt nformaton on fnancal need. 8. All applcatons must be sent to: John J. Clouser, Scholarshp Charman, Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton, 200 North Elm Street, Mount Porspect. nlnos. New England Group Holds Most Impressve Memoral Servces By FRANCIS K. MAHER, partcpants n the pcture the cam- Presdent, New England Chapter, eraman stood qute a ways back and 14 Davenport Street, t s dffcult to dentfy those n the Worcest"r 10. Mass. pcture. And,the background s a Dear Comrades: On Memoral.Day bt dark. Snce 'ph;otos los,e at le~, a very fttng servce was held at 25 per cent of th~lr effectl~eness m our Memoral on the grounds of the the pr?c~~ of bemg made mto cuts Immaculat~Concepton 'Church"n for prmtmg purposes, the photo en Worcester, Mass. gravers advsed The Octofol that the A very fne turnout was made pos- c~t that would be made from t~e sble because chldren of the parsh PICt~re wo~~.be dar~ and. a physlwere makng ther frst Communon, ~al Imp~sslbllty to Identl.ty those coupled wth the attendance of our m the picture. The OctOfOlI regrets Comrades from the New England ths because t was an mposng Chapter. lookng group decked out n ther Father Connors, our devoted new bo~ets. Those. n the pcture chaplan conducted the servce and were: RIchard Martm, Dr. Anthony prayed for our departed Comrades. Polts, Henry Shmkosk" Francs K. A wreath was then placed at the ~aher, Father Connors, Father K,l Memoral and a very fne and smart- hum, Tom Boyle, Cornel.MatulIS, ly executed rght hand salute was G:o~ge Bundza, John QUInn and. th fl. given as e ag was raise d t th WIlham Cardoza.) 0 e -PAY DUES NOWItop and then lowered to half staff. M b T. Our New England Chapter members acom er r.es looked good n ther new hats whch To Break ljp That were worn for the frst tme. Old G--n 01 0 TRUE MEANING...3 urs As we look back to some of our Dck Macomber, a former 60th early Memoral days, I beleve that man, and a spark plug n the Oho t s approprately named, because Chapter untl he moved to Arzona t ~rn~s out ~he true meanng ~or on account of hs health, s lvng at whlch It was mtended: A memoral 722 E. Tunney Ave., Apt. 6, Phoenx, and a trbute to our dead of all wars. Arz In hs more recent let But we owe more than just one day ters to frends he mals separate tear out of the year to our honored dead. sheets from Phoenx newspapers. He For that purpose our Nnth Infantry wrtes volume after volume about Dvson Assocaton was formed to that nvgoratng Arzona sunshne. keep alve the loyalty and dedcaton He now has Dck Pestel over a barof our deceased members. Ths s rei tryng to decde whether to put our man purpose. hs ranch up for sale and movng to Although we do have many func- the land of all- ths sunshne or tons and get-t?gethers ~hroughout whether to stop readng those glowthe year, we still pause m our ac- ng pctures about Arzona that are tvtes to remember our deceqsed always a part of Macomber's letters. and mantan our pledge of dedca- To those nterested n movng out ton. that way Mac has been offerng free TWO PARTS lodgng n hs apartment untl the As tme draws near for another newcomers become satsfactorly st Reunon we could say that our pro- uated. Could t be ths s spontagram conssts of two parts: One s neous enthusasm or has Mac been socal and everyone s treated lke a put on the Chamber of Commerce's long lost brother. And some of the payroll n Phoenx? stores that you hear would put the Macomber recently put n a two Lars Club rght out of busness. The week stretch n the Phoenx VA other part s our Memoral Servce Hosptal. n whch all take part. Ths s where -PAY DUES NOWIwe pay trbute and pray for our B " Ch H d honored dead who have pad the' apman ea s suprem~ sacrfce. For Reunon n Phlly I beheve that when we assemble at a desgnated ste for our Memo- W. R. (Bll) Chapman wrtes from ral Servce we all have the same Brooklyn that he hopes to see many thought n mnd: That we are re- buddes from Hqs. Sp. Troops when newng the pledge that we vowed to he arrves n Phladelpha. keep for our fallen Comrades. And Bll hopes to have tme to be more I know we can all truthfully say actve n Assocaton affars n the that we have not forgotten them. months to come. (Edtor's Note: Maher enclosed a -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-WIbeautful color pcture of a group Women are lke baseball umpres gathered around the Nnth Memo- -they make quck decsons, never ral on the Immaculate Concepton reverse themselves, and they don't Church Grounds. To get all the thnk you're safe when you're out.

4 Page 4 THE OCTOFOIL May-June, 1964 WHAT BETTER AMERICAN HISTORY EDUCATION COULD A,NY YOUNGSTER GET THAN A VISIT TO PHILADELPHIA? THE FAMOUS OLD LIBERTY BELL s on permanent exhbton n Independence Hall. Vstors hear the Story of the Bell through a tape recordng. PREPARES COpy FOR OHIO NEWSPAPERS Dann Crosskll, 1120 Frankln St., Fremont, Oho, wrtng for her dad, Don, former 47th man, advses: Dad has been thnkng that f we prepare some notes for the local paper and some notes for the local rado statons about the forthcomng Reunon we mght scare up some former Nnth men n ths area who are elgble for membershp but have never heard of the Assocaton. The Octofol encouraged Dann and Don to go rght ahead wth ther plans. If all members would get smlar publcty n hometown papers there would be many former Nnth men show up who had never heard of the Assocaton. Notces n papers through the South prevous to the Fort Bragg Reunon uncovered scores of former Nnth men who had never heard of the Assocaton, and are members now. TRYING TO LOCATE CAPT. JACKSON., 60th Albert M. Hodge, a former Co. I, 60th man, wrtes from 5818 Whte Bluff Rd., Savannah, Ga., thusly: Would t be possble for you to furnsh me the address of Mr. Leland Jackson, former Captan and C.O. of Co. "I," 60th Inf. I would also lke to get the address of Fredrc J. Thbedeau, a former Frst Sergeant. Both were wounded at the same tme n North Afrca. (Edtor's Note: Anyone who can gve Hodge the nformaton he needs should drop hm a card at once. The edtor knew a Captan Jackson, 60th, who was orgnally from Alabama. He qute frequently dscussed hs football days at the Unversty of Alabama. R. Holt, Brmngham, probably knows Capt. Jackson present whereabouts.) The best waters n restaurants are the customers. THE BETSY ROSS HOUSE s the "Brthplace 01 Old Glory." Here the lttle Colonal seamstress made the frst Amercan Flag. ""WALLY" STINE TO SEE OLD BUDDIES Wallace C. Stne, 160 State St., Portland, Pa., formerly Hq. 34th JAMES DELEHANTY IS WAITING FOR A NEW YORK CITY REUNION F.A., s lookng forward to makng James Delehanty operates the Delthe Reunon n Phladelpha and ehanty Funeral Home, Wappngers hopes to see many of hs old buddes. Falls, New York. Jm was wth the Wally s burnng both ends of the 84th F.A. Bn. Med. Det., as he puts candle rght now so as to get thngs t: one of Capt. Robert J. Satng's n shape to leave hs job long enough men. to attend the Reunon. But he has Jm sends best regards to all the the old Nnth Sprt and remembers old outft. He hopes to make the that old Army expresson "You can 1965 Reunon and also hopes t wll 'do anythng you want to do bad be n New York Cty. enough." So he'll make Phladelpha. CAROL MATZ KEEPS John Fel, Med. Det. 47th, LEO ""ON THE BALL" Sends Kndest Regards John Fel, Med. Det., 3rd Bn., 47th, lves n Covngton, Va., gettng hs mal at that postoffce and Box No John hopes he'll be able to attend the Phladelpha Reunon. He congratulates the Assocaton on the appearance and contents of The Octofol and says he really enjoys each and every ssue he has read. You shouldn't be too crtcal of a fellow smply because he acts lke a damn fool. After all, he may not be actng. Carol Matz, down at Rttman, 0., at 60 S. 3rd St., got tred of watng for Leo to send n those 1964 dues, so Carol up and sends them n for three years, and advses Secretary Dan Qunn that she and Leo are plannng on attendng the Reunon ths year, and they both are lookng forward to seeng many of Leo's old buddes from the 39th's 3rd Battalon. The hosptal's recovery room should be rght next to the casher's offce. Lndsey Nelson Not Too Busy To Remember Hs Old 9th Buddes Lndsey Nelson s a pretty busy guy jumpng all over the country fllng sports broadcastng assgnments, but he always takes tme out when he's asked to help a former 9th Buddy. A letter from Lndsey s self explantory: Dear Dan: Durng World War II, W. C. (Bll) Henz was a War Correspondent for the New York Sun and spent a consderable amount of tme wth the 9th Infantry Dvson. Bll s now plannng to trace the route of the Frst U. S. Army thru France and Belgum nto Germany. He remembers Major (then) Norbert J. Hennen of the 60th as one of the men he was frequently n touch durng those days. He would lke very much to get n touch wth Hennen now, f possble. Bll's address s: W. C. Henz, Deepwood Road, Stamford, Conn. Secretary Qunn furnshed Henz wth Chck Hennen's Mnneapols' address, and receved the followng thank-you letter: Dear Dan: Thanks for beng so prompt n answerng the request I sent to Lndsey Nelson. I am wrtng mmedately to Chck Hennen. Agan thanks and my best to you and the Nnth Dvson Assocaton. -Sncerely, Bll Henz. MEDI CAL BN. CREST IS DONATED TO SESLOW Parts of a letter receved from George Dohmann, formerly Med. Det. Co. I, 47th; Co. D, 9th Med. Bn., whose present address s 2479 Unversty Ave., Bronx, N. Y., reads: Dear Danny: Enclosed s one 9th Med. Bn. Crest. Perhaps there s a 9th Med. n the New York Chapter who would lke to have t. Better stll, f Doc Seslow s stll wth us, gve t to hm wth my best wshes! Ths Crest, I thnk s the "Last of the Mohcans." I was n hgh school when the 9th was n garrson and ddn't jon youse guys untl the Norrnandy nvason, I never actually saw one. One tme n Germany, the subject of the 9th Medcs Crests was dscussed. One of the old tmers who was lucky enough to have. had.one. descrbed t: A whte sheld wth 9 red crosses n the form of a cross wth a scroll undeath that read "Where you lead we follow." Last week whle wanderng by a store that sells mltary supples I spotted ths Crest n the wndow. It may have been a reject as the whte enamel sn't perfect. I thought I mght have ht on a hoard but as t turns out they had fve whch were part of a lot they had bought from a manufacturer when they stopped makng them. The storekeeper turned up fve and doubts that there are any more avalable. I've selfshly kept two, sent one each to Maj. Lmbacher and Sgt. Frank Tresk. I've lost track of the rest so have one left for Doc Seslow. Havng been a 9th Medc was an mportant part of my lfe, although I dd lttle, I'm stll proud of t. See that the Crest gets a good home! NEWSY NOTES FROM BRADY IN ALABAMA Carl K. Brady, a former Staff Sergeant wth Co. M, 60th Inf., wrtes from Rt. 1, Box 634-A, Daphne, Ala.: Last year n Sprngfeld I was pleased wth the conventon. Saw some faces I hadn't seen snce Incdentally M Co., 60th, had about 10 or 12 attendng. Here s some news that mght be of nterest to former M Co. and 3rd Bn. men: Cole Gronseth and famly vsted wth me last New Years and beleve t or not, durng our New Year party we had a bg snow and the roads ced over. No one could go home, so the party lasted all nght. Imagne, ced roads on the Gulf of Mexco. Perry Payne was floored for a whle last year after returnng from the conventon. He had a heart attack. I haven't heard from hm recently but beleve s has fully recovered and back workng. Clouser In Process of Orderng Pns Secretary Dan Qunn collected a fne assortment of lapel pns and the samples were sent to Presdent John Clouser, who s now n the process of selectng and orderng a supply of the pns for sale to the members. Further detals wll be avalable n a later ssue of The Octofol.

5 May-June, 1964 THE OCTOFOIL Page 5 Was Greatest Morale COL. PADDY FLINT, Commander, 39th Regt. (K.IA.) 1\ 1\ 1\ Booster of All Tme Pctured s the mmortal Paddy Flnt, Patron Sant and Commander of the MAJ. J. M. ALLEY SENDS OCTOFOIL COPIES OF LETTER FROM WIDOW OF THE IMMORTAL PADDY FLINT Major J. M. Alley, AUS, Ret., 4701 Kenmore Ave., Apt East, Alexandra, Va., 22304, wrtes The Octofol n part as follows: Am sendng along some correspondence that should revve qute a few memores when prnted n The Octofol. In connecton wth ths, I have been tryng to fnd out what happened to the organzaton that comprsed the Nnth, and where they are now, but wth ths new "Battle Group" Army, they are hard to fnd. The VonKanns who are mentoned n Mrs. Flnt's letters are her daughter and son-n-law (Maj. Gen. Von Kann), now C.G. of Fort Rucker, Alabama. MRS. FLINT'S LETrER 4000 Cathedral Avenue, Washngton, D. C Dear Major Alley: I am enclosng a copy of a letter whch explans tself. I wanted you to see t and I thought you mght feel that the Nnth Dvson Assocaton paper, The Octofol, mght make some use of t. Last fall before I left for a holday vst wth the vonkanns n Fort Rucker, Ala., where Von s C.G., I receved a letter from Gen. Larsen askng for some artcles that mght serve as mementoes of Paddy n connecton wth the remanng remnant of hs old outft, the 39th Regment. I got together a few thngs and sent them along to Gen. Larsen after my return. There were not too many thngs, but among them was a black slk scarf whch Paddy called hs "Battle scarf" and whch he wore when there was an ndcaton of combat to come, and also on revews, etc. There was also a leaf from hs dary, the last entry n t, and a "AAA-O" arm band. A few other thngs whch could be sent so far and for such a purpose. Most of the thngs had been gathered together by George Patton from Paddy's tent or CP, rght after hs bural, and sent to me n the U. S. They were all actually connected wth hs feld and combat servce. I was most grateful that they could go back to hs old outft. I thought you mght make a judgment on ths and f you thnk the story and letter mght be of nterest to The Octofol, you wll know how to put t nto ther hands. Thank you for forwardng the paper. My best to you and Mrs. Alley, I am, Most sncerely yours, SALLIE EMERY FLINT (Mrs. Harry F. Flnt) Mrs. Palady Has Been Hosptalzed Bll Palady, Q.M., 322 Thrty-frst St., McKeesport, Pa., advses Mrs. Palady was admtted to a hosptal just about the tme the Board met n Pttsburgh, s why he was not at the meetng. After a 10-day stay n the hosptal she showed consderable mprovement and s back home, but havng to take t easy for a few days. However, the couple are hopng and plannng on beng n Phladelpha for the Reunon. No one ever gves the groom a shower... he's all washed up, anyway. ROLAND POPE WAS A 9TH MAN SHORT TIME 39th Regment. It should be The short tme Roland E. Pope was a MUST for every boy who wth the 9th Dvson he was a T-5 becomes attached to Col. wth the 60th Med. Det. Hs present Flnt's old unt, to read a address s P.O. Box 576, North Bend, bography of the "Old Oregon, In a letter to Secre Man's" courage and color- tary Qunn Roland has ths to say: ful mltary career, and Thought I would drop a lne to let learn why men of hs fa- you know one of the short tme mous AAA-O outft would members of the Nnth s stll kckfollow Paddy through the ng around out here n the West. jaws of hell. FEEL OUT OF PLACE Many former 39th men I have often thought I would lke can vouch for the fact that to vst a Reunon of the Nnth Don more than one occason vson Assocaton but I am afrad Paddy Flnt rsked hs lfe I would be a round peg n a square to get a package of cgarets hole, hey! to some lonely G." on duty I was never wth the Dvson long n an solated spot. enough to become acquanted wth As long as there s left anyone. But don't get me wrong, as alve one man who served I am proud of the 9th Dvson and under Paddy Flnt n the ts achevements and after many 39th Regt., the effects of years of tryng to be sent overseas Paddy's courage wll be I was fortunate to be assgned to the felt. 60th Regt. of the Nnth Dvson as He ded from a snper's a Medc. I d~dn't.last long but. at bullet fghtng sde by sde l~a~t.i saw action WIth a real fghtmg wth hs men division. All Amerc~ have God VISITS EUROPE., to thank for such men as In J.une of last year ~ ~ecded It Paddy Flnt when ther was. time for me to V~SIt Europe c untr needed them. agam, so I flew over landmg at Hamo y burg. I rented a Volks Wagon and set out to vst some of the area I traveled through n World War II. HEADQUARTERS 8TH INFANTRY DIVISION Offce of the Commandng General APO 111, NEW YORK, N. Y. Mrs. Salle Emery Flnt, 4000 Cathedral Avenue, Washngton, D. C Dear Mrs. Flnt: Your gft of the wonderful mementos of Col. Paddy Flnt have arrved. I sent them on mmedately to Lt. Col. Earl Dye, the commander of the 1st Bn., 39th Inf., now located at Worms. Col. Dye was overjoyed by your generosty. I cannot begn to tell you how much ths means to the men of that fne unt. Ever snce the unt was redesgnated last year as the cornerstone of the 39th Infantry, we have pushed the great qualtes and legendary leadershp that was gven them durng World War II by Paddy Flnt..It has had ts efectlf on the battalon. Its esprt and can-do sprt make t the outstandng battalon n our dvson today. MAKE PHOTOS Col. Dye ntends to have photographs taken of the enshrnng of Paddy's personal gear and he wll send you ths vsble vdence of hs unt's reverence for ts greatest hero. The men n the "1-39" refer to ther unt as "Paddy Flnt's Outft." Ths s how the entrance sgn to ther camp read n ther maneuver n Cenmark last summer. I depart ths dvson next week for my new assgnment n Hedelberg. We hate to leave the warm tes of a troop assgnment. Von and Salle were n Hawa when I was there before and early n World War II. What a wonderful couple they are. Agan please know how much of a contrbuton you have made toward developng a truly outstandng battalon through the tangble mementos that you have gven Paddy's old outft. I only wsh there were more such nspratons that could be gven other young solders n other unts n the Army-the knd that help make a solder proud of hs belongng to somethng fne and great-as you and Paddy have. Wth warm thanks, STANLEY R. LARSEN, Maj. Gen. U.S.A.. Commandng John ~rugala Dd a Second Dtch John Mrugala gets hs mal at Box 11, Barnesboro, Pa. Whle wth the Dvson John was wth K Co., 47th. In a recent letter he wrtes thusly: I have been marred for 15 years. We are proud parents of two chldren, a daughter, age 9, named Mary Frances, and n the fourth grade; a son, age 6, named Frederck John and he begns school next term. I was wth Co. K, 47th durng World War II, from Aprl, '43, untl March of It was truly a unt I am stll proud of. I surely met a bunch of swell fellows that I can really call frends. I also served durng the Korean War. Ths tme I was n Germany wth Co. A, 26th Inf. Regt., 1st Inf. Dv. and 373rd Arm. Inf. Btry. Accordng to Dan Qunn, the good old days were when a juvenle delnquent was a boy who played the saxophone too loud. I traveled from La Havre, France up through Belgum and through the Hurtegen Forest to the Rhne and then down to Remagen, where I saw my frst and last acton. Only the old pers reman of the Ludendorf Brdge. I crossed on a car ferry to the East sde of the Rhne and took to the drt roads and managed to trace most of my coarse to where I had the bad luck to be n the way of an artllrey shell. After about sx months n the hosptal at Lege, Belgum, I was sent back to Dvson Headquarters at Ingolstadt, Germany, to my regular 60th Med. at Gesenfeldt, Germany. I ddn't stay long as I developed an nfecton and was sent to the 98th General at Munch, and then home. So you see I wouldn't know anyone at the Dvson Reunon but I hope to attend one some day. HOPE TO LOCATE LT. WARE'S INEXT-OF-KIN Chas. Hoffman, B Co., 15th Engrs., plans to attend the Reunon n Phladelpha. He ad-tl'sesthat Lt. George E. Ware of the 15th Engrs. was the frst Engneer klled n acton, and he thought t would be nce f a contngent of the Engneers could make a trp to hs grave and hold a Memoral Servce n hs honor n conjuncton wth ther attendance at the Reunon. Hoffman says he thnks Ware's parents lved n Glassboro, N. J., but does not know ther address or telephone number. Hoffman would lke to contact Lt. Ware's parents or famly and ask them to attend the Memoral Servces. Secretary Danny Qunn does not have anyone by the name of Ware on hs Gold Star malng lst, or on hs next of kn lst. But Ware's name appears on a lst as havng been klled whle wth the 15th Engrs. He was klled n a bombng and strafng ar attack n the Sedjenane Valley n Afrca n the summer of He had been n the shelter of a house, but upon beng concerned about the safety of hs men, left the shelter of the house and was klled by a bomb fragment. He had been vstng some Brtsh offcers who had occuped ths house. Any member who can help locate the parents of Lt. George E. Ware, or any of hs relatves n or near Glassboro, N. J. should contact Arthur Schmdt, th Street, Brooklyn 27, N. Y., AT ONCE. He and Hoffman are workng jontly on the proposed Memoral Servces. STANLEY KAZDOY ASKS ABOUT D.C. CHAPTER Stanley Kazdoy lves at 506 Easley St., Slver Sprng, Maryland. He s employed n the accountng systems dvson, Controller's Offce, Department of Veterans Benefts, Veterans Admnstraton Control Offce, Washngton, D.C. Stanley says he has been tryng to locate the meetng place, f any, of the Dstrct of Columba Chapter. And asks for some nformaton. That s the thrd letter receved ths month from former Nnth men lvng n or near Washngton who want to know what has happened to the D. C. Chapter. Secy. Qunn suggested to Stanley that he call on former Secretary Charles Tngley, an old Q.M. man, now lvng at 720 Thayer St., Slver Sprng, Md. A baby-stter used to be called Mother. APRIL 10TH NEW YORK CHAPTER MEETING WAS HELD AT STATLER By ARTHUR RICHARD SCHMIDT, Publc Relatons Drector Greater New York Chapter th Street Brooklyn 27, N. Y. PResdent , Ext. 13 Our Aprl 10 meetng was held at the Hotel Statler Hlton, W. 33d St. and 7th Ave., New York Cty. Ths meetng was postponed from Aprl 4 so as to be able to have a report on the Pttsburgh Board of Governors meetng and to allow as many Chapter member as could to attend the Board meetng. Presdent Rzzo reported that the March meetng had the largest number attendng than had been n the case n recent months. Ths showed sgns of new members jonng the New York Chapter. Presdent Rzzo called the meetng to order, then asked for a moment of slence for our departed comrades. Irvng Fenberg, Treasurer, reported the Chapter was n the black. However, he appealed for a contrbuton from a "wealthy" member to replete the Chapter Welfare Fund. SCULLY RECUPERATING It was reported that Jack Scully, who had been hosptalzed, was at home recuperatng. He has lost about 45 pounds. (Edtor's Note: Snce ths ssue has been delayed past the date for New York Chapter's pcnc, the locaton, prce and other nformaton contaned n the Baron's communque s beng elmnated.) FAZIO REPORTS ON DANCE Frank Fazo reported that Oct. 24 has been set for the date of our Fall Dance. MISCELLANEOUS REPORTS Adolph Wadalavage, Chapter Welfare Offcer, reported that Hansen has been hosptalzed agan. Domnck Mele, Chapter Secretary, reported that actve membershp was ncreasng. TOM ORBAND ATTENDS Tom Orband, 39th, Bnghamton, N. Y., was a new face at the meetng. A letter was receved from Bll Bauer of the Unon Cty Elks Lodge n whch he expressed apprecaton for the large showng of New York Chapter members at the affar held at the Elks Lodge n hs honor. AI Bruchac, former Natonal and Chapter Presdent, sent n hs dues and a note ~dvsng he planned attendng the Reunon. Vncent Guglelmno, Natonal Vce Presdent, sad he would try,to get Mr. Frank V. Votto, drector of New York State Dvson of Veterans Affars, to speak at our next meetng. Danny Qunn, Natonal Secretary, sad he would try to arrange wth Del Shofner to have a showng of the flm, "Dead Lne to Glory" for the June meetng. Al Orlett, Sergeant At Arms, managed to get to the meetng despte a bad cut on hs leg. He clamed he got t from "dancng." But he made t to the meetng. If all the members would follow AI's example, we would have a greater attendance at meetngs. Presdent R z z 0 chose Walter O'Keeffe to act as charman to get our monthly news letter to the members. He s to be asssted by Harry Orensten. Any member havng news of nterest should send the tems to ether of these men. DARK HORSE PRIZE Matty Bree of B Co., 39th, won the 'dark horse prze of $5. Mr. McInerney, Gold Star Father, reported that the B Co., 39th Reunon s to be held on June 12 at Farport, N. Y. Domnck Mele showed a flm depctng hghlghts at our last dance, our Chrstm_as Party and the Memoral Servce at Worcester, Mass. The enthusasm shown by the members ndcated the Chapter's purchase of a moton pcture camera and projector was a wse nvestment. APAR'S BROTHER DIES The Chapter receved the sad news that George Apar's brother had passed away. Also, that Clve Fowler of the 47th ded on Dec. 15, 1963 of a heart attack n Texas, and that Bll O'Nell ded on August 28, The Chapter membershp extends ts sncerest condolences to the famles of all these men. REUNION IN 1965 There was qute a bt of enthusasm shown by the membershp to have the 1965 Reunon n New York. Most felt that snce the New York World's Far wll stll be here, ths would be an deal reason for holdng the 1965 Reunon n New York. Doc Seslow took an actve part n the meetng, and Paddy Hggns was there wth the Nassau County contngent. MAY 1ST MEETING On May 1 we held our regular monthly meetng at the Statler Hlton. The New York Chapter mem- bers of the Natonal Board of Governors, namely: Walter o'keeffe, John Rzzo and Harry Orensten gave a full report on the Pttsburgh Board meetngs. Such tems as the good progress on the Phladelpha Reunon, the Scholarshp actvtes, the prosperous state of affars of the Natonal Assocaton, and the work that Danny Qunn has been dong to brng about a rapdly ncreasng membershp. DANCE PLANS PROGRESSING Frank Fazo reported plans for our dance on Oct. 24 are progressng along at full speed. It was reported that Tony Jacob s a patent at Kngsbrdge Hosptal, Ward C, Bldg. C, 4th floor. Members are asked to call the hosptal before vstng. Jacob was wth the 47th. O'Keeffe had nothng new to report on the scholarshp program. INFORMATIVE TALK Mr. Melvn Storeman of the New York State Dvson of Veterans Affars provded an nformatve and nterestng talk on veterans benefts and rghts. He expressed prase for the Nnth Dvson. He quoted from a letter from Frank Votto, who sent regards to Vncent Guglelmno. Hs talk was humorous as well as nterestng. He explaned how the Dvson of Veterans Affars helps veterans and ther famles. Some of the subjects dscussed were scholarshps, re-employment rghts, vacaton rghts as pertanng to tme off for Natonal Guard tranng, etc., vor>atonal counselng and New York Bonus Law, whch expres March 31, After hs talk he answered questons. CARD FROM MAYOR Presdent Rzzo read a card of acknowledgment from Mayor Wagner n response to the condolence card the chapter sent to hm on the death of hs wfe. Irv Fenberg reported the treasury was n the black but agan nsnuated the wrter should help out the Welfare Fund. WEST POINT Walter O'Keeffe reported authortes at West Pont had reserved 200 seats for the members on tour of the Pont, May 23, n Secton G. SCULLY BACK The bggest news tem was reappearance of Jack Scully after a long sege of llness- He asked th~ wrter to relay hs t1anks to all those who vsted hm or sent hm cards and letters. He sad t would be mpossble for hm to thank each one personally. NEW FACES Some new faces at the meetng were Arthur Schneder, of the 39th, Charles O'Connor of the 60th, and Art Parrachuck, of the 47th. Jack Scully expressed specal apprecaton to Father Rowan for hs prayers. Charles O'Connor won the dark horse prze donated by Dom Mele, and Frank Fazo won the dark horse prze donated by Jack Scully. Don Qunn announced he had arranged for the next meetng to be held at Elks Lodge, Unon Cty, N. J. Ths gave Jersey boys a chance to attend a meetng. The club's bowlng facltes are always avalable after the meetngs held there. It was announced plans for the Phladelpha Reunon are gong ahead full steam, and t was suggested that members make reservatons as soon as possble. Agan the members expressed hopes that the 1965 Reunon would be held n New York Cty. Attenton s called to a story appearng n ths ssue about Lt. Geo. E. Ware. Efforts are beng made to locate the leutenant's parents. It s thought they lve n the neghborhood of Glassboro, N. J. Anyone who can be of help n locatng these Gold Star people should notfy the wrter at the address gven at the top of ths column. ARCH SOUTAR APPRECIATES EFFORTS BEING PUT FORTH Arch Soutar, a former F Co. 60th solder, wrtes from hs home, 87 Western Promenade, Auburn, Mane as follows: I thnk all of you are dong a magnfcent job and I realze at what a sacrfce n tme and effort. And thank you for keepng The OCTOFOIL gong-that, too, s a tme consumng chore but t keeps members of the Nnth nformed concernng former buddes. Thank you, one and all, for a dedcated msson. I saw the Odom boys (Harry) at Monhegan Island n February. It's qute a puzzle to fgure out who "popular prces' are popular wth.

6 Page 6 THE OCTOFOIL May-June, 1964 The famous Pttsburgh Stokan Brothers Pctured above: Bll Stokan, formerly K Co., 47th, left, and Lou Stokan, formerly K Co., 60th, rght, who were hosts to the Board of Governors and many other former Nnth men when the Board recently met n Pttsburgh, Pa.-Pctures by Alce Flavn, employe of Stokan's Bar. LT. COL. MILLER ASSUMES S-4 DUTIES AT SA The f(jllowng artcle was a page 1 feature wth photo n the Aprl edton of The Parscope: CAMP DES LOGES-Lt. Col. John W. Mller, formerly assgned to the Mltary Assstance Advsory Group France, has assumed dutes as S4 of SA Command. Col. Mller, a veteran of more than 22 years servce, has been n Pars snce 1962, when he receved hs MAAG assgnment wth the Jont Projects Secton there. An Armor offcer, he entered the Army as an enlsted man n January~ 1941, and, after servng as FJr$f' Serc~ ~q.. F! 60th 'lnf. Regt. 9t1f Inf. Dv., receved a battlefeld commsson as a second leutenant n March, Durng the war he saw duty n the North Mrcan and fve other campagns n the European Theater. Hs prncpal assgnments snce then have ncluded those wth the U. S. Constabulary and the 2nd Armored Cav. Regt. n Germany, 1947 SO, G-4 Secton, Hq. U. S. Army C~bbean, ; G4 Secton, Hq. Mltary Dstrct of Columba, ; MAAG, Vetnam, ; and G4 secton, Hq. 5th Army, DECORATIONS Among Col. Mller's decoratons are the Slver Star, Bronze Star, Combat Infantry Badge and the Purple Heart. Col. Mller s a graduate of the Advanced Course, Armor School, Fort Knox, Ky.; the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kans.; the Guerlla Warfare School, Fort Bragg, N. c:.; and the Mltary Assstance Insbtute, Washngton, D. C. He and hs wfe, Jean, have a 4 year-old son, John Keth. Col. Mller s a natve of Roscoe, N. Y. -- TED FARMER LIVES IN LOS ANGELES Ted Farmer, a former I & R Platoon, 47th Regt. man, s lvng at 4114 East Blvd., Los Angeles 66, Calf. He wrtes n part: We tred once to start a chapter out here after the war but t dd not seem to work out. I tred once to call a buddy of mne n Oho but no phone lsted. I know he come home. I am pretty sure I am spellng t rght: Robert T. Knkoph. He was wth me n the I & R Platoon, 47th Regt. The last records Secy. Qunn has on Knkoph was compled n 1945 and he was lvng then at 3414 Tullamore Rd., Cleveland Heghts, Oho. Anyone knowng a later address drop a card to Ted Farmer. - John Kerkup Wrtes From W. Upton, Mass. John Kerkup, a former 3rd Bn., 39th Regt. man, s makng bg plans for hs stay n Phladelpha durng the Reunon. Indcatons are there wll be a bg delegaton of 3rd Bn. 39th men attendng ths year's Reunon. -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-WJ- Orensten Makes Hs Appeal to The Q.M. "Boys" By HARRY ORENSTEIN, 646 East 139th Street Bronx 54, N. Y. TOALLQ.M.: The March-Aprl, 1964 Octofol has publshed the Phladelpha Reunon Program to be held at the Sheraton Hotel, Phladelpha, Pa. Here are some of the hghlghts: Thursday, July 23rd-P.M.-Welcomng Party Frday, July 24-P.M.-Informal Dance Saturday, July 25-A.M.-Memoral Servce Saturday, July 25-P.M.-Banquet and Dance. Gen.' Van Bond, 39th Infantry, the mab speaker. Contnung the best Reunon tradtons, another good Reunon s planned for your enjoyment. It wll be another opportunty to remnsce wth the "Boys". Hope to see you at the Phladelpha Reunon. Q.M. Notes: There should be a large turnout of the Q.M. for the Phladelpha Reunon from Pennsylvana because many of the early arrvals at Fort Bragg were from Pensylvana. In addton, many of the "Boys" have wrtten the wrter they plan to be at the Phladelpha Reunon. Receved a letter from Bll Palady that he plans a pre-unon trp to see some of the "Boys" before comng to the Reunon. Bll Palady also nformed the wrter n hs letter that Bll Alters passed away suddenly on Frday, Aprl 24, Bll Alters' address was: 315 State St. Oakdale, Pa. To Mrs. Alters and other members of the famly go my sncere condolences. Best regards to all. Sncerely yours, HARRY ORENSTEIN. The Q.M. Commttee's addresses are: Bll Palady, st Street McKeesport, Pa. Harry Oresten, 640 East 139th St. Bronx 54, N. Y. -PAY DUES NOWJ- Jack Rowe Takes An Extensve Tour Jack Rowe, former M Co., 47th man now located at Downers Grove, llln~s, wrtes that he saw Bll Morkll, another former M Co. 47th man. Bll was n Chcago enroute to a Conventon n Atlanta, Ga. Hs home address s rd St., N.E., Bellevare, Wash., where he owns and operates a Hatchery Supply Company. Rowe also reports on havng stopped at the home of Vnce Udovch, former M Co. man, at 223 Snellng, Duluth, Mnn., but Vnce had gone fshng at a cabn he owns north of Duluth. He s a "wheel" at the Amercan Steel & Wre Co., n Duluth, and one of the best "Ctaton Wrters" the Nnth ever had. Jack Scully Is Lad Low By Illness No veterans organzaton ever had a worker who was as aggressve and devoted to hs organzaton than s Jack Scully to the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton and the Greater New York Chapter. Jack for the tme beng s on the nactve lst because of llness. Wrtng n the New York Chapter Bulletn n May, Walter O'Keeffe, a past Chapter presdent, has ths to say about Jack's llness: IN DRYDOCK Jack wll be n drydock at home for awhle, so, why don't all you guys who have enjoyed hs cookng or hs delcous whsky sours, drop hm a card or a letter. Hs address s as follows: Jack Scully, 99 Summt Avenue, Summt, N. J. Another notce n the Bulletn referrng to Jack's llness reads: The absence of one man from the Aprl meetng was keenly felt by all the members who were present. Jack Scully, that old stalwart of the New York Chapter, was lad low by llness and for the frst tme n many a year was unable to attend a monthly meetng. We have many actve and loyal members n our Chapter, but none are lke Jack Scully. Jack left the talkng to others and preferred to make hs presence known by postve acton. LAID GROUND WORK Each year Jack lad the ground work for our pcnc, he secured the permts for the pcnc area, spent hours collectng the provsons, and enlsted the assstance and equpment of hs good frends from Summt, N. J. Then after dong all ths he spent the day of the pcnc tolng over a hot fre cookng for the guests. When the tme for the annual dance rolled around Jack once agan offered hs servces, and together wth Frank Fazo prepared the delcous food that s always featured at our dances. There s not enough space avalable to enumerate all the servces that Jack rendered to the Chapter. All that can be sad s that the Chapter owes a great debt to Jack and every member of the Chapter wshes for hm a speedy recovery. - MAJOR JOHN TAPIA JUST ONE OF MANY IN SAME PI(:KLEMENT Major John R. Tapa, Sub Sector Command, Fort Doyle, Utah, s one of thousands who pad $10 nto the Assocaton overseas when t was beng formed, and by the tme the fles were set up n ths country he had lost all contact. In a recent letter the Major wrtes: As a wartme member of the Nnth Dvson (Co. A, 60th), I pad $10 whle statoned at Wolnach, Germany, for charter membershp and the book whch was to be publshed at a later date. To date (that was n August, 1945) I have not receved ths book. Was one ever prnted. I was n Wolnzach agan n 1961 wth the 4th Arm. Dv. on maneuvers and was able to meet some of the people wth whom I cultvated frendshp. An llustrous member of the 60th (2nd Bn.) s C.G. of the 96th Dvson (USAR) whose headquarters s n a buldng next to mne. He s Maj. Gen. Mchael B. Kauffman. Major Tapa has reafflated and s a member n good standng wth the Assocaton. He has receved hs 8 Stars to Vctory and s very well pleased wth t. -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-WJ- TODllnson Scares Up New Prospect Secretarv-Treasurer Pestel of the Oho Chapter recently receved a letter from Jm McNabney, Travelng Freght Agent, for the lllnos Central Ralroad, 534 Dxe Termnal Bldg., Cncnnat, Oho, n whch Jm has ths to say: Dear Mr. Pestel: I am wrtng n regards to your organzaton connected wth the 9th Inf. Dv. Whle I was n Chllcothe last week I ran nto one of your members, Carl Tomlnson, and he was knd enough to gve me your address. Pestel has furnshed the wrter wth some back ssues of The Octofol and an nvtaton to attend the Chapter's annual basket pcnc. -PAY DUES NOWJ SIGN OF THE TIMES The 10-year-old was watchng hs dad repar the garage door. "Bernard," the father presently sad, "please go n the house and get Daddy a screwdrver." Ffteen mnutes later the chld returned and wth exasperaton he shouted, "I found the vodka, but I can't fnd the orange juce." -Journeyman Barber. EGAN PROPOSES AMENDMENTS BE MADE IN ASSOCIATION'S BY-LAWS Edward J. Egan s one of the hardest workers belongng to Greater New York Chapter. Hs ablty to wage a floor fght at Reunons s a well known fact by those who have been attendng Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton Reunons. On June 9, Egan wred the followng message to The Octofolwhch s self-explanatory: "Wll you please publsh the followng n the Octofol?: "I propose that the followng two amendments to the By Laws of the Assocaton be consdered at the Phladelpha conventon: "(1) That all captal gans receved each year from the captal nvestments of ths Assocaton (whch are not needed to meet current operatng expenses of the Assocaton) be transferred to the Memoral Fund for the Scholarshp Program. "(2) That membershp n ths Assocaton be restrcted to any present or past member of ths Assocaton or to anyone who served wth ths Dvson or ts alled outfts from December 7, 1941 to May 7,1945." -Edward J. Egan. "SNUFFY" GOLDSMITH ADDS TO RECENT STORY IN THE OCTOFOIL As promsed n the last ssue of stated managed to get out. A thrd Octofol, Wlbert "Snuffy" Gold- man, Prvate Gll, was ht n the smth's comments would be publsh- stomach as he prepared to leave, ed n ths ssue relatve to the Pete thus blockng the entrance. Just D'Alessandro story that was prnted about that tme Pete must have gotsome tme back. "Snuffy's" home ad- ten ht. But as the frst enemy troops dress s 160 Bruce Ave., Yonkers, approached the clearng of the fre New York. Hs letter follows: lne and wthn 10 feet of the bunker, The artcle n the November- Pete agan cut loose wth the re December Octofol about myod manng shells to cut them down. By buddy, Pete D'Alessandro, was taken ths acton I would say he saved the from the reports of the men who four of us who were trapped n the were lucky enough to form a more bunker. For the next couple of secclosely knt lne of defense. onds everyone dumped ther gren- The seven exhausted men whch ades and the "Jerres" surrounded the artcle wrtes about was Easy us. As the Captan promsed, artl Company's machne gun secton - lery poured n and everyone headed whch was n the bunker and under for cover. the command of Sgt. Elmer Harrs In about an hour the fve of us and myself. At the tme we were at- were ordered to the rear by our captached to the Frst Platoon. The at- tors. Pete along wth the rest of the tack was spotted at ths pont. The men carred me for at least fve mles fre power of the enemy was so untl we reached a German ad staoverwhelmng that t was agreed the ton. Prvate Gll and myself remachne gun platoon would cover maned at the staton. Ths was the the wthdrawal of the two platoons last tine I ever saw Pete. n order that they mght gan a bet- The above acton was carred out ter cover and a tghter defense. Pete wth precson-pete gave the orders. was n our bunker gvng orders to Every noncom and prvate carred hs men and talkng to the "Old them out wthout hestaton. Of the Man" (Captan Hll) on the phone. seven men n the bunker Pete and I FLANKS LEFT OPEN were the only ones left from the Wth our flanks left open by ths orgnal landngs n Algers. tme, we contnued to fre. Just about Actng Staff Sgt. Elmer Harrs ths tme I got ht by a German rfle joned the company n Afrca. Sgt. grenade and was pulled nto the Mac Carter joned us n Scly. Pvt. bunker wth Pete. I was bleedng Green, McCarthy, Gll were an repretty bad, henceforth the two lucky placements snce the nvason of men who succeeded n gettng out of Germany. the bunker and back to the company NO DISCREDIT probably reported me dead. Captan Ths letter s certanly not meant Hll as stated gave us two mnutes to dscredt Pete n any way. From to g~t out. ' 'what I can gather ths encounter TRIED TO COVER stopped the German advail;ce. n o~ Pete told the men to follow hm sector. Therefore, br subrmttmg ths and carryng the machne gun he addtonal nformaton, I fr~y betred to cover our wthdrawal from leve all these men shal~ receve recabout 25 feet to the rear of the ognton for a job whch was well bunker. Two men as prevously done. DR. RALPH CAMARDELLA IS ANXIOUS TO AFFILIATE Dr. Ralph A. Camardella. M.D., 201 Hempstead Ave., Malverne, N. Y., on Aprl 21, wrote Secretary Qunn as follows: Dear Mr.Qunn: I am wrtng concernng membershp n the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton, and also for nformaton concernng the reunon n Phladelpha n July I was a member of the 9th Infantry Dvson for three years, from the day of formaton to Tunsa. I was regmental surgeon for the Sxth.Infantry Dvson for most of that tme and was Battalon Commander of the 9th Dvson Medcal Battalon for two months n Afrca. I have been tryng to jon the Assocaton for years, and couldn't fnd any contact for t. Please send me a membershp form, and nformaton about the Reunon n Phladelpha n July. Thank you for your help n ths matter, and I hope I wll meet wth you n the near future. It s needless to say that Secy. Qunn lost no tme n answerng the good medc's letter. And he n turn, lost no tme n fllng out hs applcaton for full membershp. One of the last letters The Octofol receved from Lt. Gen. Manton Eddy just before he ded, was to the effect the Assocaton had just skmmed the surface-that there were thousands of potental members n all parts of the country who had never heard about the Assocatonand t was up to members everywhere to get wrteup n hometown papers about the Assocaton's actvtes, gvng the natonal headquarters address when turnng the stores nto local newspapers. -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-WJ- One of the reasons some youngsters fal n hstory tests s because everythng they ask happened before the lttle fellows were born. - Most football teams are proud of ther schools. WILLIAM ENGLE OPERATES HIS OWN IRON FOUNDRY Wllam Engle wrtes from Pottstown Pennsylvana, P.O. Box 395. The nterestng letter reads n part: Dear Dan: Thanks for checkng my records wth the 9th Inf. Dv. Attached s my check for $50 for lfe membershp snce I dd not pay snce I resde at 338 Carsona Ave., Mt. Penn, Readng, Pa , and all mal should be sent there. Travel to Pottstown each day, 17 mles one way. Snce 1959 I operate my own foundry here n Pottstown, Pa. Have 50 employes. Make castng for the jobbng trade. I joned the 9th Infantry Dvson at Fort Bragg on Sept. 29, 1942; made the nvason of Afrca, Scly, and Normandy n France, wth the 60th Infantry. J. J. Bomberger and hs wfe vsted our cty and spent several hours n my home. He lve n Jeanette, Pa. and operates a newspaper there. He was n Headquarters 2nd Bn. n the 60th Regment. Very truly yours, The WILLIAM ENGLE. company Bll Engle owns s called "Keystone Grey-Iron Foundry Company." -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-W5-- BILL ALTERS, Q.M., DIED ON APRIL 24 Bll Alters, former member of the Assocaton and Q.M. man, passed away suddenly Aprl 24, He s survved by hs wdow and two daughters, at home, 315 State St., Oakdale, Pa. Whle n the Q.M. Bll was well lked and was a good mechanc n the motor pool. Bll Palady advsed The Octofol of Bll's death and adds, "hs sudden death was a shock to me and I am sure t wll be to hs many Q.M. buddes.

7 May-June, 1964 ALEX FORREST SENT DUES FROM EUROPE Alex T. Forrest, 155 Wlson Ave., Beaver, Pa., a former 15th Engrs. man has been tourng varous parts of E~rope recently, combnng busness and pleasure. On Aprl 5, usng Hotel Dusburger Hof statonery, Alex sent a short note to Secretary Qunn: Dear Dan: As usually the cas~ when an Amercan s bored, he flps through hs cards. In so doi~g. ~onght I notced that my 9th DIVISIon dues card s for Therefore I am enclosng a check for 1964 dues. Am on a busness trp whch takes me to ths area of Germany-also to Venna, England and Wale~.. However, I plan also to br.efly VISI~ re~atves n Scotland whle on this SIde of the Atlantc. Best regards to ~ou, all 9th Dvson men and especally the 15th Engrs.-A. T. Forrest. Upon hs return to Beaver, Pa., Alex penned an nterestn~ addtonal note to Secretary QUInn: P.O.W. AS GUIDE Dear Dan: Whle n Germany we had an excellent nterpreter who learned hs Englsh n a U. S. P.O.W. Camp. He had been a 1st Lt. n an 88-MM. AAW outft. He and hs battery were captured n the ~s Bzerte mass roundup. I promsed to send hm the hstory of the outft whch sent hm to the U. S. (for whch ncdentally he s thankful)! So wll you please send me a copy of '''8 Stars to Vctory?"-Thanks. A. T. Forrest, 15th Engrs. JIM FISHER INTERESTED IN A NEW CHAPTER FOR PENNSYLVANIA Jm Fsher, 1010 Weaver Way, Tarentum Pa., vsted Pttsburgh durng th~ recent Board meetng n that cty and met members of the Board. He s very much enthused now about reactvatng what was at one tme among the best Chapters n the country. Jm was wth the 1st Bn., Hq. 39th. Part of Jm's letter reads: I enjoyed meetng members of the Board on Aprl 4. I stopped to say hello to Henry Shmkowsk and ended up partcpatng n a very enjoyable sesson. Let me know.about.the possblty of a Chapter for Western Pennsylvana. I am nexperenced n ths sort of thng, but wll do my best. Plan on beng n Phladelpha. -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-wr- Perry Payne Can't Make It - But Sends Regards Perry Payne wrtes from 78 2nd St., Chckasaw, Ala.: It doesn't look as f I'll be able to make ths year's Conventon. Hope all of you have a wonderful tme. I hope to make the '65 Conventon. Best regards to all the guys at the Reunon and especally myoid 47th buddes. Tryng to Locate Captall Hoslallder Carl Tomlnson, Slver Sprngs Road, Chllcothe, Oho, wrtes The Octofol and asks that a notce be nserted appealng to any member who knows the present whereabouts of Captan Hoslander to notfy Tomlnson at once. Capt. Hoslander s a former Commendng Offcer of L Co., 47th Regt. Tomlnson's address s Carll Tomlnson, Slver Sprngs Rd., Chllcothe., Oho. TIFTON JONES INVITES FORMER 9TH MEN TO STOP BY FOR A SNACK Tfton Jones, a former Co. F,47th man, wrtes from Alopaha, Ga., and outlnes hs plans to attend the Reunon and then go on to the World's Far n New York Cty. Jones says he's puttng n a lot of tme fshng these days and has a freezer full of steaks. He wants any former Nnth man passng through that part of Georga to tarry around long enough to let hm fx up a steak n true Southern hosptalty fashon. FRED JOSEY HOPES TO MAKE ALL REUNIONS Fred Josey, 8162 Green Valley Dr., Grand Blanc, Mch., a former 60th Inf. man, wrtes: Hope to see many buddes at the Reunon ths year. We really enjoyed the last two Reunons - the only ones we've attended, but hope we can contnue to attend them each year and make 'em all n the future. All the Joseys are gettng along just fne. See everybody n Phlly. -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-Wr You're only young once. After that t takes another excuse. John Ryan Makes Excellent Recruter As Presdent of the Bankers Credt Servce, Inc., Gloversvlle, N. Y., John Ryan s a pretty busy man.. But not too busy to take some tme out and do some mssonary work for the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton. Just take a gander at the contents of a recent letter John sent to Secretary Dan Qunn: Dear Dan: I would apprecate you sendng a membershp applcaton to a frend of mne, who I just found out served n North Afrca wth the 39th Inf. Regt., as a second leutenant. Please send the applcaton drectly to Mr. Robert Lamb, Rollng Rdge Farm, Woodstock, Vt. Also send an applcaton to Lt. Col. John Wessmller, Groton, Mass. Col. Wessmller s a very close frend of Father Ed Connor's. He was a regular Army offcer untl wounded n the Far East at whch tme, two years ago, he was retred from the servce.-sncerelv, John P. Ryan. -PAY DUES NOW!- Wants 9th Sgnal Co. Message Center Names w. C. Durham, Box 268, Fort Payne, Ala., asks for some addresses of members from the Message Secton, 9th Sgnal Co. Secretary Qunn has furnshed Durham some 9th Sgnal Co. men's names but sn't sure whether they were from the Message Center. If any former 9th Sgnal Co. men read ths and can help Durham out, drop hm a card at the address gven. MORGAN STILL HAS TROUBLES WITH V.A. A card from G. A. Morgan, 240 Lnne Canal, Vence, Calf , advses he's stll havng trouble wth the VA. Hs records have now been sent to the VA Court of Appeals n Washngton. Morgan says he could put hs experences wth the VA n wrtng for the beneft of many ex G.I.s stuated smlar to the poston the bureaucrats have hm. Walton Gets News In Legon Papers A newsy letter from Paul "Doc" Walton, Old Dalton Rd., Rt. 7, Rome, Ga.,. had enclosed clppngs from Amercm Legon papers publshed by the Department of Georga, n whch coverage was gven to the forthcomng Reunon n Phladelphta, July 23, 24, 25. There was consderable other news notes about school accomplshments of Steve Waggner (son-nlaw), Dave Walton and Sue-but fortunately Walton warned at the begnnng of letter he had just gotten home from a Legon meetng and was on the woozy sde and f the letter could not be read just to forget all about t. Those corn squeezn's and drppngs n those North Georga hlls are stll potent. Doc's wrtng was lvng evdence. Pestel's Sgns Are Not Appreeated From sunup untl sundown for several days Dck Pestel, Columbus, clmbed the extenson ladders to the hghest peak of hs barn, stuated on the Pestel Ranch, and there he panted and panted untl he had three most beautful Octobols that could be seen planly by motorsts passng by on the nearby hghway. Dck went out on the hghway and was studyng hs Octofols proudlywhen all of a sudden a telephone lneman, fastened hgh on a pole, yelled down at hm: "Boy, you'll be able to see those Peps Cola sgns a long way off." That lneman runed the whole day for our Dcke. As a matter of fact when he thnks about t, he agan starts mumblng to hmself. -PAY DUES NOWf- BOB CAMPBELL SIGNS UP AS A MEMBER Robert C. Campbell belonged to Co. H, 60th Regt., and lves now on Rt. 1, Box 136, Zelenople, Pa. He recently sent Secy. Qunn dues for 1964 and ordered 4 copes of the 60th Inf. Hstory and one copy of 8 Stars to Vctory. Bob requested a pcture of the Memoral n Worcester, Mass. The Secretary does not have any of these photos avalable. Maybe the Conventon should autorze stockng up a few hundred nce prnts of that beautful Memoral to deceased Nnth men that has been erected on the grounds of Immaculate Concepton Church n the cty of Worcester, Mass., through the efforts of Father Ed Connors. The old-fashoned grl used to hde money nsde her bodce.* The modern gal prefers to out t where t won't be seen. (*Mama, what's a bodce?) THE OCTO'OIL ALLEN BABCOCK ASKS MEMBERS WRITE TO GOLD STAR PARENT Allen Babcock fought wth Co. L, 2rd Bn., 60th In. He operates now from 927 Stone St.. Decatur, TIL He wrtes a real newsy letter: H Dan: My frend, Joe Moore, and I enjoyed the 9th Dvson Conventon held n Sprngfeld, TIL, last summer. Joe was n the 3rd Bn. Hqtrs., 60th Inf. It's nce to have a buddy only 14 mles away. He got to see Major Snellng, for who he drove a Jeep, and I saw my company commander for a part of the Afrcan campagn, Harold Smth. It certanly was nce to vst wth old frends agan. Mrs. John Fnley, a Gold Star Mother, rode over to the Memoral Servces at Lncoln's Tomb wth us. She was very much mpressed by the servces. We all were. Her son, Bll, was a member of the 39th. He was klled Aprl 1, 1945, near Wnterberg. WOULD LIKE TO HEAR Allen advses that Mrs. Fnley would be made most happy f some member who served wth her son would drop her just a post card. Allen, hs frends and famly on frequent occasons relve the Memoral Servces at Lncoln's Tomb by gettng out the home move projector and lookng at the flms that were made durng the servces. FRANK JOHNSTON A REAL "MISSIONARY" Frank R. Johnston, 703 Orchard Ave., Avalon, Pa , learned an old buddy way up n Vermont had never heard about the Assocaton or the Dvson hstory and he got busy on the guy at once, and ordered a copy of 8 Stars to Vctory, a 60th Inf. Hstory, combat map, etc. The buddy s De Alton Jarvs, 23 Peterson Terrace, S. Burlngton, Vt. Secretary Qunn sent the materal ordered, nlus several back copes of The Octofol and an applcaton blank. John L. Freeman, 60th F.A., Doesn't Hear From Many of Hs Buddes Although hs &~caton.membershp card reads: J; Lynn Freeman, most of hs old buddes knew hm as John Freeman, Hq. Co., 60th F.A. Freeman's home address s 3316 Ivanhoe Rd., Pttsburgh 34, Pa. Freeman wrtes that he hears very lttle from the fellows he knew n Hq. Btry and Serv Bty. of the 60th F.A. He's hopng some of them turn up at the Phlly' Reunon because Freeman plans to come early. He enjoys readng The Octofol. WALTON PETITIONS CRACKER LAWMAKER BODY FOR PUBLICITY Not satsfed wth contactng the Georga Amercan Legon for a plug, Doc Walton pettoned the Georga Legslature to take notce of the forthcomng Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton Reunon. After brushng off the Cracker Solons, Doc moved on to the Georga State Vets Offcer and asked for hs help n broadcastng the Reunon dates. Walton advses hs blood pressure s down. Hs weght s gong down; he can get n hs old Army blouse agan. He has fnally located old Sgt Vrgl R. Balchlor, who left the Nnth at Bragg and wound up n the Pacfc Theater. Paul Mathas At Tulelake~ Calf. One of the old tmers from C Bty. 26th F.A. s located at Tulelake, Calf.-Paul Mathas, Rt. 1, Box 144. Ths s a new address for Paul. He sends kndest regards to hs old 26th Feld buddes and wshes he could attend the Reunon, but July 23, etc. are busy days down on the Mathas' farm. It's the tme of year that new mown hay has to be gven some attenton. -PAY DUES NOW!- Gles Heard From Down In Alabama Orlyn D. Gles would lke to hear from any of hs old 39th, Co. K buddes-and most especally any who mght be hd out somewhere down n the Deep South not too far from Newell, Alabama, where Gles lves. Mr. and Mrs. Gles have a son, Davd, who recently graduated from hgh school. They also have one other son, Davd, and a daughter, Deborah. -PAY DUES HOWl-- If you have dffculty makng decsons, don't eat at that place that has "28 flavors of ce cream." -PAY 1964 DUES N-O-WrlMrbn Suffers Heart Attaek Dck Corbn, a former popular Presdent of the Oho Chapter, suffered a near-serous heart attack a few days after the last Chapter meetng at Benson W. Hough VFW Post, 2299 S. Hgh St., Columbus. Dck s consdered one of the ace plan clothesmen of the Columbus Polce Department. Whle nvestgatng a stabbng affar n a tough secton of Columbus Corbn suffered the heart attack and was rushed to the skatng accommodatons. Prces are hosptal. Mornng newspapers car most reasonable at the concesson stands. 'Ts a basket pcnc but the Chapter s furnshng lqud refreshments for the "old folks" and the kddes, wth a few potato chps and pretzels thrown n. Past Presdent Dck Toole secured the park accommodatons for the Chapter. Presdent Harold Stone and Sec red the news of Dck's llness. Former Nnth men from all over Central Oho started poundng the wres to learn of hs condton. The medcs ordered no company for several days. The only way left then to show the esteem n whch the former presdent was held by the members was by sendng well wshng cards. Dck s up and around now-takng t a lttle easy for a few days. However, he notfed Secretary Pestel that he and hs charmng wfe, Juanta, wll be at the pcnc. GENE ERVIN MAKES SOME INQUIRIES The followng letter from Eugene M. Ervn, 3861 S. Sherman, Englewood, Colorado, proves there's stll a lot of mssonary work to be done before thousands of former Nnth men are contacted who do not know about the Assocaton: I would lke to know where I can obtan the book on the hstory of the Nnth Infantry Dvson. I remember after World War II that such a book was publshed. I am not a member of the Assocaton, however, I am nterested n becomng a member. I was formerly an enlsted man of Co. B, 39th Regt., from March, 1943 to August, Any nformaton wll be apprecated. NEWS NOTES FROM MICHIGAN CHAPTER Hghlghts from a letter Secretary Qunn receeved recently form Betty Rumenapp, wfe of Mchgan's Secretary, Bob Rumenapp, read: A few vtal statstcs: The Tony Valeros-15th Engrs.-had a baby grl arrve at ther home n Decem: ber... Bruce Mor's a grl on the same day n March that Bruce got hs IBM Certfcate. Grl's name Irene B. Mor (IBM). Bruce was wth the M.P.s and Hq. Co., 60th.... John Korobko's daughter, Gal, graduates ths June... Betty Rumenapp's neces graduate on June 14, and the presdent of Mchgan's Chapter, Bll Andrews (26th F.A.), has a daughter gettng marred. THOMAS O'HAIRE HAS BEEN VERY ILL Thomas A. O'Hare wrtes from 82 Park Ave., P.O. Box 57, Canandagua, N. Y.: I have been very ll and had a very serous operatons... However, we are well agan, and do want to be an actve part of the Nnth Infantry Dvson Assocaton. We wll let you know later f we can attend the Reunon. Make my new address changes. I enjoy The Octofol very much. Please send my wfe full nformaton regardng the Women's Auxlary. She wll apprecate t. GEORGE AND RUTH BERDAY LOCATED IN MIAMI, FLA. George Berday, former 47th man, and hs wfe, Ruth, have been located at 3071 S.W. 27th Lane, Mam, Florda, After expense and exctement of gettng moved nto the land of sunshne ths jolly couple won't be able to attend the 1964 Reunon but are makng plans to attend agan n They both are enthusasts about the Florda weather and thnk that t s just what the doctor ordered. EMIL DE DONATO WILL DO BETTER Eml De Donato, Hq. Co. 47th, has ths to say: Enclosed are my dues for ths year. Wll try to make a few New York Chapter meetngs ths year. Am lookng forward to the Natonal Reunon n Phladelpha. Keep up the good work. Eml's home address s 61 Claremont Ave., Totowa Bow, N. J. Hs New York busness offce address s Eml J. De Donato, Inc., Advertsng, 25 W. 45th St., New York Cty. -PAY DUES NOWr Experence s a comb whch nature gves to men who are bald. It was a wonderful party. Everybody n the room was there. Page 7 Pcnc Tme In Buckeye Land Ths ssue of The Octofol wll probably reach the members after the Oho Group's pcnc celebraton has become hstory. It s set for Sunday, June 21 at Gold Clff Park. Ths s a beautful roadsde park, rght on Route 23, a few mles south of Crclevlle. The ste provdes all knds of entertanment, specalzng on the ball games, swmmng and retary-treasurer Dck Pestel prepared and maled out a large number of form letters announcng the pcnc. And at the tme ths ssue of The Octofol was gong to press the return postal cards they were recevng from members who planned to attend was encouragng. And many of them were from members several mles from Columbus. Those who wll be away on vacaton and can't attend have been consderate enough to advse the secretary and explan why. Among those from out of town who wll attend and have been heard from several days before the deadlne were: Bll Nelson and wfe, Steubenvlle; Harry Sager, Fostora; Dck Toole, Ashvlle, and Bll Fraley, Bdwell, Oho. GEORGE DOHMANN IS INTERESTED IN RUMOR ABOUT THE CHAPLAINS George W. Dohmann, 2479 Unversty Ave., Bronx, N. Y., wrtes to Secretary Qunn, n part as follows: Dear Danny: The attached was brought to my attenton by a frend who s a member of the Veterans of Foregn Wars. Although I am a dlgent newspaper reader, I have not seen anythng n ~e papers n referej;lce to the attached tld am wonderng about the truth that s n the subject matter.... I can't help but feel that, f the nformaton gven s correct, some attempt should be made to brng t to the attenton of the publc.... I can't say that I am overrelgous, but, by the same token, durng combat n World War II and, even after hostltes, the Chaplan was for myself and most anyone that I knew, a confdant and chershed frend. Your comments would be apprecated.-george W. Dohmann. The followng proposed letter s the matter George receved from hs VFW frend. The Octofol too would lke to hear from any of the members who have any defnte nformaton relatve to any such move as s alleged below regardng the Chaplans Corps: Suggested Outlne of Letter of Protest Aganst Dscontnuance of Chaplans Corps n the Armed Forces of the Unted States. Dear Sr: It has been brought to my attenton that an attempt s beng made to dscontnue the Chaplans Corps as an ntegral part of the armed forces of the Unted States. Chaplans have served n the armed forces of our country before we were n the Unted States. At Valley Forge, General Washngton asked a Chaplan to lead the men n prayer to Almghty God for help n ther crtcal hour of need. Snce that tme Chaplans have gven sprtual gudance, counsel and comfort to our fghtng men who have served and are servng our country n all parts of the worldboth n war and peace. To deprve these men of ths rghtful hertage s unthnkable. I strongly protest ths attempt on the part of an organzed mnorty group to take away from those n the armed forces ther rght to have sprtual gudance admnstered thru the Chaplans Corps. I respectfully urge that you take defnte steps to forestall any such acton and that you use the nfluence of your poston to see that such an attempt does not occur here n our Unted States. Very truly yours, (Sgned) _ Sgn n Army Medcal Center: "All recruts wll strp to the wast-from both ends." Sgn n Auto Part Store: "Factory reject seat belts-for those who want to be half safe."

8 Page 8 THE OCTOFOIL May-June, 1964 PLEASE ANSWER THIS QUESTIONAIRE TODAY NOW! Indcate your plans by checkng the approprate square and mal to: John Sabato, Co-Charman 2743 Snyder Avenue Phladelpha, Pa D I do not plan to attend ths Reunon but I hope to make the next one. D I plan to attend, but I am not sure. D I plan to attend. D Wth my wfe. D Wth Teenagers. D Wth... Chldren. D Wth Guests. I expect to be n Phladelpha on D Thursday D Frday D Saturday D Enclosed pleased fnd One Dollar as a Booster to my Unt. For ths dollar my name and unt wll appear n the 19th Annual Reunon Journal whether or not I attend. Name Address Unt * * * * * If every member readng ths Octofol wll fll out the above NOW, and then take tme to wrte to at least two Buddes who do not receve The Octofol, and nform those Buddes of ths Reunon, then a great help has been gven the Commttee n ts efforts to complete plans to make ths a great and successful Reunon. Open Letter to Members n Pttsburgh and Wlkes Barre-Scranton Areas At a recent meetng of the Phladelpha-Delaware Valley Chapter we were fortunate to have wth us Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davs, from Wlkes-Barre, and they expressed a desre to reactvate the Wlkes Barre-Scranton Chapter. Our llustrous and hard workng Natonal Secretary, Dan Qunn, at a recent Board meetng n Pttsburgh, lad the ground work and contacted a few of the fellows n an effort to reactvate that Chapter. We of the Phladelpha-Delaware Valley Chapter-and we are sure that all members would lke to see these two groups reorganzed and wll do anythng to help. We beleve ths could easly be done at the Phladelpha Reunon. Bob Davs says that he knows qute a Jew of the boys n hs area who he s gong to contact and press ths dea and we feel sure that there are many n the Pttsburgh area who would be nterested. To those n both areas who would be nterested n reorganzng, please let us know f you are attendng the Phladelpha Reunon, and we wll set asde the tme and meetng room for you to proceed. We beleve that the Natonal Board would be receptve to any other group that would lke to reorganze or any area that s nterested n organzng a new Chapter. Cordally yours, AL CUPRYS, Charman JOHN SABATO, Co-Charman, 1964 Reunon Commttee Soard Members and Vstors At Pow-Wow Pctured above s the happy throng of former Nnth men when they assembled for the feed the Stokan boys had ready for them. Back row, left to rght: Bll Stokan, Pttsburgh; Walter O'Keelle, New York Cty; George Kopac, Pttsburgh; Henry Shmkosk, Wore cester, Mass.; Joe Fsher, Pttsburgh; Tom Boyle, Massachusetts; Harry Orensten, New York; Frank Ozart, Illnos; Francs Maher, Massachusetts; John Clouser, Illnos; Pat Morano, New York Chap. ter; Dck Pestel, Columbus, Oho; Harrson Daysh, Washngton, D.C. John Rzzo and Dan Qunn were not shown n the photo. If you thnk t hard to meet new A man who can see both sdes of people, you should pck up the a queston sn't much good n a hot wrong golf ball. argument. -PAY DUES HOWl- -PAY 1964 DUES N O WI- GENERAL WESTMORELAND SENT ON A JOB THAT IS A TOUGH ONE The Octofol s ndebted to many members for sendng Down East newspaper clppngs about Lt. Gen. Wllam Westmoreland's appontment to be commander of the Amercan Forces n South Vetnam. Pat Morano, a past presdent of Greater New York Chapter, learned that a naval offcer frend of hs was headed for South Vetnam, whch fact prompted Pat to wrte a personal note to Gen. Westmoreland and ask that hs naval frend, Lt. Rankn, delver the note personally. The personal note reads: New York Chapter, 9th Inf. Dv. Assn., New York, N. Y. Aprl 24, Dear General Westmoreland: Just a short note to let you know that we n the New York Chapter are all rootng for you and wsh you all the best success n your new assgnment. All of us back here hope and pray that you wll be able to nculcate the same sprt and leadershp n the cause of freedom and democracy over there as you have nstlled to all of us, n the 9th Inf. Dv. Wth sncerest regards, PAT MORANO, Past Pres., N. Y. Chapter, 9th Inf. Dv. Assn. The New York Tmes on Aprl 27 prnted headlnes callng Gen. Westmoreland... A COMBAT-READY GENERAL. The Tmes outlnes the General's colorful mltary record durng World War II and Korea, and states he s a rugged, no non-sense solder who does not ask hs men to do anythng that he would not do hmself. Durng paratroop tranng exercses he jumped ahead of hs men to test the wnd. He would sometmes cancel an exercse f he found the descent perlous. In 1956, at the age of 42, he became the youngest major general n the Army. The Tmes states that ever snce arrvng n South Vetnam General Westmoreland has been close to the rfle fre, havng had hs plane fred upon by snpers, but fortunately Gen. Westmoreland was unnjured. VERY POPULAR In Vetnam, Gen. Westmoreland has won wde popularty among other members of the Amercan msson, partcularly younger -offcers and cvlans. Part of the reason s that he feels more decsons could be made by men on the spot wthout reference to hgher authorty. Gen. Westmoreland's bg problem rght now seems to be to defeat the "psychoss of the rany season" that exsts among the natves. A qualfed source sad the general had prepared new tactcal nstructons for the troops to use aganst Communst guerrllas n the comng four months of seasonal rans. Heavy tropcal rans n the summer months turn wde expanses of the crtcal Mekong Delta nto a quagmre where nfantrymen fear to tread. Large parts of the country are completely under water. Mechanzed unts are unable to maneuver n the flooded rce paddes and heavy artllery shells fred wth hgh trajectores fall neffectvely nto the mud. Gen. Westmoreland s holdng consultatons wth the feld advsors who worked through the last rany season. He hopes to derve some new tactcs. GAVE CHINESE REDS FITS IN KOREA An Assocated Press story sent out over the wres shortly after Gen. Westmoreland was apponted commander of the South Vetnam forces reads as follows: The new U. S. Commander n South Vetnam-Lt. Gen. Wllam C. go to here." He took a step sdewse and wth hs left foot drew a lne about 30 nches behnd the frst. "No further. Here you wll stand and here you wll de f need be." SURPRISE TACTIC Westmoreland constantly badgered 8th Army Headquarters to let hm attack. On one occason headquarters turned down hs request to launch a sally but told hm to get some prsoners. Westmoreland sent a platoon up a draw n Chnese terrtory under cover of nght. The next afternoon he sent a lght plane over the Chnese postons. The Reds fred, the plane smoked and a body fell out, comng to earth near the draw by parachute. The plane dsappeared. The body was a dummy. The smoke was a grenade gnted by the plot and the plane skmmed back to U. S. lnes at bush level. Soon a Chnese patrol moved nto the draw, lookng for the parachutst. The Rakkassan platoon, lyng n wat, took several Chnese prsoners and klled at least 30 of the enemy. -PAY DUES NOWI- General's Plane Ht By Snpers SAIGON, Vet Nam.-(AP)-Communt snper fre ht a U. S. army plane carryng Lt. Gen. Wllam Westmoreland, commander of U. S. forces n South Vetnam. Three other men aboard suffered mnor njures, an Amercan mltary spokesman sad, but Westmoreland was not ht. Father DeLaura Opens a New Parsh Lbrary The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Anthony F. DeLaura, pastor of Our Lady of the Assumpton parsh, Copague. N. Y., recently offcated at the solemn openng of a new parsh lbrary. New York papers gave the happenng good coverage, prntng a 2-column pcture of Msgr. DeLaura, Rev. John Maetta. Mrs. Wllam Casey, and altar boys Raymond McKay and Jolm Robertson. -PAY DUES NOWt- THANKS for THE PRETTY CARDS There sn't suffcent space avalable to lst the name of those sendng cards to the edtor durng hs most recent hosptalzed experence. From all the chapters wth group sgnatures along wth hundreds from ndvduals cards were receved. World War II tax vets of New York Cty sent a beautful card. To each and everyone sncere thanks. They meant a lot to the old man's morale when there was some doubt n the medc's mnds what the outcome of t all was gong to be. --PAY DUES NOW- Heat Is On Schmdt Art Schmdt, New York Chapter reporter, gets all knds of mal and passes the buck on to The Octofol. For a long whle now the New York Tax Drvers lobby has been gvng Art "the works." Now somethng new has been added. He's gettng cards that read: Mr. Arthur Schmdt, Publc Relatons, Socety of the 9th Dvson-Dear Sr: Oppose the busng of school chldren. Our Soy Vctor Wth Nnfh's "Sweetheart" Martha Raye recently vsted Atlanta, Ga., and whle she was n Westmoreland-s tough. Ask any ths Rebel Metropols, Walter Vctor, 340 Lynhurst Dr., S.W., Atlanta man who served under hm. 11, Ga., eased up and had hs pcture taken whle snuggng up close He showed t n the Korean War, to Martha. She's holdng a copy of "8 Stars to Yctory" and has prom where he commanded the 187th Ar- sed Vctor she wll make every effort to drop n on her "boys" durng borne Regmental Combat Team, the Phladelpha Reunon. Martha Rare wll always be close to the "The Rakkasans," Japanese for those hearts of those Nnth Dvson men who WJalked many mles on rany who descends by umbrella. Saturday afternoons n North Afrca through cork forests n order to The 50-year-old general s descrbed best n hs own words. The enjoy her stellar performances. _ scene was a command poston overlookng the Red Chnese lnes on a New Address for Omtted Address of sunlt afternoon. Westmoreland was addressng a half dozen offcers seeng acton wth the regment for the Col. R. H. Stumpf Gen. George Barth frst tme. The new address for Col. R. H. "ANNmn..ATE" ENEMY Stumpf wll be: "Gentlemen," he sad, "we take Col. R. H. Ctumpf, our losses but we fght bravely, we Hq. Combat Development pursue the enemy, and when we Comand, have hm, we annhlate hm." Fort Belvor, Va. Later, when war's end was just around the corner but a bg Red push was on next door to the 187th's Kumwha Valley "Blackjack Baston" Westmoreland came up front and called together the offcers and senor noncoms of the 3rd Battalon's K Company. "You are here," he sad, drawng a lne on the ground wth hs rght foot. "If the enemy comes, you may Col. Stumpf personally forwarded hs new address n suffcently tme n advance to make proper correctons on the malng lst and at the same tme savng The Octofol expense and nconvenence. If all Assocaton members would be just that thoughtful operaton of the Octofol wth ts problems would be much less. -PAY DUES HOWl- Recently The Octofol prnted a page 1 story about how glad everyone was to hear from Gen. George Barth and learn he was stll nterested n the Assocaton. Snce then some Jf Gen. Barth's old buddes have wrtten n and asked "just why n the hell wasn't hs address gven?" Just another goof to be chalked up aganst The Octofol. Here's the address, though: Major General George B. Barth, 1101 So. 2nd Street, Leavenworth, Kansas. -PAY DUES NOWI When temptaton knocks, magnaton generally answers..1'!

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