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|Posted: Mon Jul 22, 2013 6:39 pm Post subject: NE_Chapter Anniversary_Brunch_7 JUNE 2015
anniversary brunch: June 18, 2018
Today, on 18 March we had our St Patrick's day brunch at the Elks Lodge in Severn, Maryland. There were 20 members present which is the most we have had in a while. The meeting was opened by out President Mill Dougherty in due form. The food as usual was outstanding and I am sure no one went away hungry. Discussions were held on future meetings and also on the upcoming reunion. We are looking forward to seeing our friends in Hartford, CT in April. It must be noted that at 99 years of age, Mill conducted the meeting.
The next meeting will be the 3rd Sunday in March 2018
THE NECHAPTER HELD THEIR CHRISMAS BRUNCH TODAY, SUNDAY 17, 2017 AT THE ELKS LODGE IN SEVERN, MD. THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER WITH A PRAYER AND THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGINCE TO OUR FLAG WAS RECITED BY ALL PRESENT. WE HELD CONVERSATIONS ABOUT THE TRAVEL COSTS TO THE REUNION AND ITS DATES. MILL DOUGHERTY INFORMED ALL THE THE NEXT MEETING WOULD BE THE 3RD SUNDAY IN MARCH 2018. A MOTION WAS MADE AND APPROVED TO MAKE A DONATION TO THE ELKS CLUB FOR CHRISTMAS. THE CHECK WAS CUT AND DELIVERED..THIS WAS ONE OF THE SMALLEST MEETINGS WITH ONLY 9 MEMBERS PRESENT.
THE NE CHAPTER HELD THEIR SEPTEMBER MEETING AT THE ELKS LOFGE IN SEVERN, MD. THERE WERE 19 IN ATTENDANCE AND ALL HAD A GREAT TIME AND THE FOOD WAS OUTSTANDING AS USUAL THE MEETING WAS OPENED BY OZZIE KINAT AND THE PRAYER WAS GIVEN BY ELLEN YARBOROUGH. THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIENCE TO OUR FLAG WAS LED BY JIM QUILLEN'S GRANDSON JAMES. DISCUSSIONS WERE HELD ON OUR UPCOMING REUNION IN HARTFORD. MOST OF THE MEMBERS WERE PLANNING ON ATTENDING THE REUNION. FURTHER DISCUSSIONS WERE HELD ON THE MEETINGS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR FOR THE NE CHAPTER AND THE CAPITAL CHAPTER. FURTHER PLANS FOR A JOINT MEETING IN FAIRFAX VA FOR CHRISTMAS. OUR PRESIDENT MILL DOUGHERTY JOINED IN THE DISCUSSIONS.
The NE Chapter held its meeting on Sunday, July 16 at the Elks club in Severn, MD with 15 members in attendance. The food was outstanding and all had an enjoyable time. It was great to have our president, Mill Dougherty, in attendance again as he has been under the weather for some time. Discussions were held on the next reunion with the outcome that there has been no news since the last reunion in reference to the location and other information. Joe and Debbie Saul were welcomed to the meeting.
ON SUNDAY MARCH 19 THE NECHAPTER HELD THEIR BRUNCH AT THE ELKS LODGE IN SEVERN MARYLAND. ALTHOUGH THE ATTENDANCE WAS SMALL A WONDERFUL TIME WAS HAD BY ALL AND THE FOOD WAS JUST GREAT, MINOR DISCUSSIONS WERE HELD ON THE UPCOMING REUENION. MARY HESSION AND HER DAUGHTER WERE IN ATTANDANCE AS WELL AS FLORENCE MEWS AND HER DAUGHTER. OUR NEXT MEETING WILL BE THE ANNIVERSARY BRUNCH IN JUNE.
On 18 December 2016 at the Elks in Severn The NE chapter held its brunch. The meeting was opened in due form presided by the Treasurer Ozzie Kinat and the total present were 15. Our Presedent Mill Dougherty was incapacitated on that day and since has spent a couple of days in the hospital. We are all praying for his speedy recovery. Elly burton held a discussion on the upcoming reunion The Elk Lodge was so gracious and did not charge for the breakfast. Our next meeting will be in March 2017. There will ber pictures taken at the next meeting.
On 16 October 2016 the Northeastern Chapter held its meeting at the Elks Lodge in Severn, MD We had 15 members in attendance of which one was a guest. The food was outstanding and the meeting was conducted by our President Mill Dougherty. Our new flag and stand was put to good use for the first time. The financial report was given and we are solvent. Some members of the Elks made donations to pay for our meal at the last meeting and also this meeting. Which we thanked them very much for.
Sonja Pagac is now unable to attend our meeting because of her eyesight and not able to drive. Sorry about no photos since I forgot to bring my camera.
ON SUNDAY DECEMBER 6, 2015 WE HELD OUR BRUNCH MEETING AT THE ODENTON MASONIC HALL WITH 25 MEMBERS PRESENT. THE FOOD WAS OUTSTANDING AND MILL BROUGHT TOO MUCH CAKE. HE DID NOT TAKE THE CALORIES OUT. MILL PRESIDED OVER THE MEETING AND A DISCUSSION WAS HELD IN HAVING OUR AUGUST 2016 MEETING A DAY LONG PICNIC AT THE RESIDENCE OF JIM QUILLEN IN PENNSLYVANIA. ELLY BURTON REMINDED THE MEMBERS OF HER LUNCHEON IN VIRGINA FOR THE CAPITAL CHAPTER ON 19 DECEMBER. OZZIE RELATED INFORMAGTION ON THE REUNION IN PENSACOLA AND AIR FLIGHTS WERE DISCUSSED.
On Sunday 16 August the NE Chapter had its garden brunch where members who had gardens brought their veggies in for those who do not have a garden to take home and enjoy some fresh veggies. The attendance was 24 and all enjoyed the good food and comradeship. It was noted that our shrinking numbers are taking a toll on the membership. Ozzie brought up the upcoming reunion in Pensacola. Florida. A quick count revealed that 6 or more members were planning to attend. We also had con cerns as to our meeting facility as we need 25 members to attend or pay for the difference.
OUR ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY BRUNCH WAS HELD AT THE ODENTON MASONIC HALL ON 7 JUNE 2105 WITH 25 IN ATTENDANCE. AT THS TIME WE HONORED MARY AND PHIL WERNER FOR THEIR 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. THE FOOD WAS OUTSTANDING AND ALL HAD A VERY GREAT TIME
THE NE CHAPTER HELD IT'S ST. PATRICKS DAY BRUNCGH ON 15 MARCH AND THE FOOD WAS OUTSTANDING WITH EVEN CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE INCLUDED IN THE MENU. THERE WERE 25 IN ATTENDANCE AND ALL HAD A WONDERFUL TIME. MLL DOUGHERTY RECIEVED A BOOK OF PHOTOS OF GRACE'S FUNERAL WHICH WAS PREPARD BY LEE YARBOROUGH. REUNION PLANS WERE DISCUSSED AS FAR AS POSSIBLE WITH THE INFORMATION ON HAND.
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THE NE CHAPTER HELD ITS CHRISTMAS BRUNCH ON SUNDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2014. THERE WERE 39 AND 1/2 MEMBERS PRESENT WHO ENJOYED THE CAMARADERIE AND THE FOOD. THE 1/2 MEMBER PRESENT WAS MILL DOUGHERTY'S GREAT GRANDSON AND HE REALLY ENJOYED HIMSELF. THE FIRST ORDER OF BUSINESS WAS TO PRESENT MILL WITH A BUST OF HIM MANUFACTURED BY SONJA PAGAC. MILL'S GRANDSON, MILLARD, MADE THE PRESENTATION TO HIS GRANDFATHER. IT WAS A WELL KEPT SECRET FROM MILL AND THE SURPISE DID COME TO FRUITION. A MEMORIAL REMEMBRANCE WAS HELD TO HONOR GRACE WHO HAD JUST RECENTLY PASSED AWAY AFTER A VERY LONG ILLNESS. SHE WILL BE MISSED BY ALL.. ELLY BURTON SPOKE AND INVITED ALL PRESENT TO HER CHAPTERS LUNCHEON ON THIS WEDNESDAY. AFTER ALL THE BUSINESS WAS CONDUCTEDD THE MEETING WAS CLOSED.
THE NECHAPTER HELD IT'S FALL BRUNCH ON SUNDAY 26 OCTOBER 2014 AND THERE WERE 21 IN ATTENDANCE. INFORMATION WAS BROUGHT OUT ON THE NEXT REUNION ,WHAT LITTLE WE HAD, IN LONG ISLAND. WE HAD A TELEPHONE CALL FROM OUR NEW PRESIDENT STAN SOLING AND IT WAS PUT ON THE PA SYSTEM FOR ALL TO HEAR. MIKE MAJOROS WAS IN ATTENDANCE AT 98 YEARS YOUNG. HE WAS BRIGHT- EYED AND BUSHY TAILED. HE IS STILL TELLING STORIES.
14-3 April 2014
Holidays Brunch 7 December
Our August Brunch was held at the Masonic Hall in Odenton
Our next brunch, the summer Brunch will be on Sunday, August 24th at the
Odenton Masonic Lodge at 10:30, This used to be the time when we showed off our skill in the garden. Now the only ones who know of tilling the soil are Ozzie and Leo. Most of us now search out a good produce place. Preferably a farmer. One who has tomatoes ripen on the vine.
The Anniversary Brunch on the 22nd of June was attended by thirty four
members. The food was plentiful with two nicely decorated sheet cakes in honor of Betty and Fred Petrogallo (65th) and Donna and Ben Simon (50th). Betty and Donna were presented a dozen dark roses. The table center pieces were plants of miniature
A meeting was held in which the treasurer reported that the chapter was
solvent and Leo gave the secretary’s report. A question was posed by a member as to the state of the ACICV. Unfortunately, none of the five directors present could supply an answer. The obvious is that no communication is forthcoming from the president nor has a newsletter been published for over a year. Communication between members and with members is what makes any organization, of any type function. Without it, the unit soon dies on the vine. The conclusion was for the present officers to resign and the directors select an interim leader to put the organization on its feet.
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Rita Patterson passed away on June 11th. Rita was an active member of the National Capitol and Northeastern Chapters and never missed our meetings when health permitted. Funeral service was held on Wednesday, June 18th at Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church, 8601 Wolftrap Road, Vienna, VA 22182. She is survived by a son, Eric and daughter Heidi. Rita is pre-deceased by husband George, ACICV member 1066. Rita will be buried in Arlington on a date not yet known.
Albert A. Rickert, ACICV member 0619, 1021 Spain Drive, Stafford, VA
22554-1921, on June 21, 2014. Al was a member of both the Capitol and Northeast Chapters. He was an active member in both chapters and was always seen taking part in our Reunions. He will be missed by us all. Further information unknown at this time.
the NE Chapter celebrated St. Patrick's day by holding it's meeting at Club Meade on 8 March 2013.
CHAPTER DUES NEACICV CHAPTER dues are $15 per member, send your checks to: NEACICV; 6916 Norman Avenue; Baltimore, MD 21222.
Our annual Anniversary Brunch will be held at 10:30am, Sunday, June 22, 2014 at the Masonic Lodge, Odenton, MD.
This year we honor Shirley and Lew Nippard, Betty and Fred Petrogallo, and Donna and Ben Simon. All will reach their 65th Anniversary this year and we
congratulate them for those Wedding with 38 in attendance, an excellent turnout. Fran Perry gave the invocation and Ozzie Kinat led the group in
our Pledge of Allegiance. The members then sat down to a fine meal.
After eating, Ozzie presented the treasurer’s report and David Good then discussed a book written by Annie Jacobson titled “Operation Paperclip, the National Intelligence Program that brought Nazis to America.”The individuals immigrated were top scientists involved in rocket and atomic
1research in Germany, the program was to evacuate them before the Communists could deport them to the Soviet Union. Among the more notable was Werner Magnus Maxilillian Freiherr von Braun (March
23, 1912-June 16, 1977). He was a German rocket engineer and space architect. He was one of the leading figures in the development of
rocket technology in Germany during WWII and, subsequently, in the United States. He is credited as being the “Father of Rocket Science.”
In his 20s and early 30s, von Braun was the central figure in the Nazis’ rocket development program, responsibilities for the design and realization of the V2 combat rocket during WWII. After the war, he and some select select members of his rocket team were taken to the United States as part
of the then secret “Operation Paperclip”. Von Braun worked on the US Army
intermediate range ballistic missile (IRBM) program before his group was
assimilated by NASA. Under NASA he served as director and chief architect of the Saturn V launch vehicle, the superbooster that propelled the Apollo space craft to the moon. According to one NASA source, he is “without
doubt, the greatest rocket scientist in history.” His crowning achievement was to lead the development of the Saturn V booster rocket that that helped land the first men on the moon in July 1969. In 1975 he received the National Medal of Science. The CIC was deeply involved in the Paperclip Operation and our Ozzie Kinat was part of it. Others in our chapter were undoubtably also participants. The discussion then digressed into perations in which the Counterintelligence Corps played a major role. A few that came to mind were the Refugee Program in Europe, Operation Big Switch and the Hungarian Refugee Program. At the same time the CIC was
rooting out guerillas, apprehending spies and doing the monde counter
intelligence duties. (Editor notes: Operation Big Switch and Little Switch delt with the prisoner exchanges as the Korean War ground down. First we “debriefed” our American returning guys in South Korea, then again
on slow boats to San Francisco. Then almost a year later go find them and
see if they told the same story again. I had two operation Big Switch cases
in the third stage. Bob Mann, a member of both the ACICV and NCICA, started on the Refugee Relief Act program while an agent in the 66th
and I followed him as a DAC, as a case review officer Stuttgart Region. ~Stan) Note the floral centerpieces on each table were shamrocks from the Irish Isle.
HOLIDAY BRUNCH 14 DECEMBER
Our Sunday brunch of 6 October had only 23 members in attendance and all had a good time and enjoyed the food. We did miss Jesse Maness who was our last member to depart. Mill Dougherty checked with the club at Ft. Meade and has found a new date for our holiday brunch which will now be on a Saturday instead of our usual Sunday. The date will be 14 December 2013 for our brunch.
THE NE CHAPTER ANIVERSARY BRUNCH WAS HELD ON 21 JULY 2013 AT THE ODENTON MASONIC LODGE. THERE WERE 38 PRESENT AT THIS MEETING AND ALL ENJOYED THE FOOD AND HAD A GREAT FELLOWSHIP. ROSES WERE PRESENTED TO MARY AND LEO GELETA FOR THE IR 65TH ANNIVERSARY AND LEE AND OZZIE KINAT FOR THEIR 60TH ANNIVERSARY.
DANIEL DONOVAN, A FORMER CIC MEMBER WAS A VISITOR TO OUR FESTIVITIES.
MILL DOUGHERTY WAS UNABLE TO ATTEND THE MEETING DUE TO AN ILLNESS AND OZZIE KINAT PRESIDED OVER THE MEETING.
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