Hellcat News, (Maple Park, Ill.), Vol. 26, No. 7, Ed. 1, March 1972 Page: 1 of 10
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March 4th, 1972
State House Inn
101 East Adams St.
Albert L. Lipschultz, President
803 ELLIS AVENUE
NEWTON SQUARE, PA. 19073
Harold J. Hendricks, Exec. Secy.
ROUTE 2 — BOX 176-A
MAPLE PARK, ILLINOIS 60151
19 7 2
38432 Warwickshire Drive
Sterling Heights, Mich. 48077
Frank Hoffman, Sv., has been
transferred to V. A. Center No.
2 in Bath, New York 14810.
Roy Danklefsen Sv. is kept
busy in Spooner, Wisconsin
Hunting, ice fishing and resting-
Guess around the Holidays
I'm going to have to get on the
ball and mail out the articles a
little sooner, looks like the Jan-
uary one got tied up in the
Christmas rush and never did
make it. My apologies.
Received a letter from Hal
Hendricks and according to him,
we shouldn't have too much
trouble with our '72 membership.
Sure hope he is right. He also
heard from Frank Hoffman
(Sv). Here is a guy who always
is sending booster donations be-
cause he thinks the world of the
association and most of the time
it's from some hospital. Well
that where Frank's at, at the pre-
sent time. Think it would be
kind of nice if some of the boys
did drop a few lines to an old
Hellcat and brighten up his
days. So how about it. His latest
address — Frank P. Hoffman —
V. A. Center No. 2 — Bath, N.
In many of our gatherings,
in our letters and discussions,
the names of our buddies that
we have lost comes to light and
we wonder about the wives and
the children of our lost buddies.
So you girls how about a few
lines, do keep in touch with us,
we sure would like to hear from
A month doesn't pass that we
don't receive paid up member-
ship from one of the guys and
all we get is his name and ad-
dress but no news. This month's
No News Award goes-to Harry
R. Woodward of Service Bat-
John Carroll (A) has been
wheezing and sneezing and has
to go to a specialist for a series
of allergy tests, at John's age all
his allergies should have disap-
peared. According to his better
half, Helen, the kids have been
hoping for snow for skiing and
the last we heard, it hasn't stop-
ped. For all of Helen's friends,
she's just fine.
From Pete Seidel . . . We are
all fine, we had a good year and
now plenty of snow so you can
see we have been plenty busy.
Our grand kids are just fine but
are just too far away for us to
spoil. Would certainly like to
make one of the reunions but
it comes at the busiest time of
the year. (Pete, try just once
to make it).
Leon and Lillian Souweine
(Sv) . . . Time is going by so
fast. We have good intentions
of getting to the reunion, renew-
ing to the Hellcat News and
what have you. Will do all that
soon. Our older son is now in
Germany. He's a Captain with
the N.A.T.O- forces, actually
the German Army and an Army
pilot. Our younger son is a sen-
ior and a private pilot- Just
6th MONTH PAID
Div. Group 137
23rd .... 60
TOTAL PAID 1568
loves to fly.
Well thanks folks for the news
it was nice hearing from you
guys. Again a little reminder, if
you guys have any intentions of
attending the Dayton reunion
don't wait till the last minute to
let me know. I'll be waiting. Last
year we had a real good turn
out- Let's make this one even
I'll have to get off my butt
and get a wiggle on over to Art
and Leona Worth and see what
we can cook up as far as our up
and coming family picnic. It's
just too hard to visualize how-
fast the time has been passing us
Well see you next month. Be
good, take care and God bless
you all- Write, okay.
GET THE NEWS
ARE YOUR DUES PAID?
Julius E- Bernstein, Div. Hq.
Clifford A. Smith, CCB
James E. Thomas, Div. Hq.
LTC Chas Woodward, Hq-44th
Fred Crocker, B Co.
Thomas W. Davies, Sr., A Co.
Joseph P. Laurie, A Co.
David Wells, B Co.
Vernon White, B Co.
Clifford Bourie, D Co.
Ray Richardson, Sv. Co-
Joseph Buttaggi, Sv. Co.
Michael Angelicola, Sv. Co-
Frank Geraine, Hq. Co.
Dick Yockey, Hq. Co-
Don Turney, B Co.
Wm. E. Lundgren, B Co-
Eugene Eastham, E Tp.
Paul Schwartz, Hq. Tp.
Charles Nehlig, C Co.
joe Williams, C Co.
Ed Mrozek, A Co-
Duane Taylor, C Co-
Warren Osgood, B Btry
Frank Hoffman, Sv. Btry.
fames Dickson, B Btry.
Adam Skretkowicz, D Co-
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Twelfth Armored Division Association (U.S.). Hellcat News, (Maple Park, Ill.), Vol. 26, No. 7, Ed. 1, March 1972, newspaper, March 1972; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth410564/m1/1/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The 12th Armored Division Memorial Museum.