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Since you do not know me I realize that my request is unusual at this time.

Your letter of November 7 finally caught up with me today and I am indeed most happy to get the latest news from the Archdiocese.
Your letters come very regularly and are well received.
Well, it's been a long time since I've sat down to do some corresponding.
Business first: I could pay that $75 to the Station Msgr., but won't because he would be gyped.
Enclosed is my monthly report for the months of Sept. and Oct.
Monthly report of Chaplain for Sept and Oct 1945 submitted to the Military Ordinate for the unit posted in Hq CCR, 4th Armd Div APO 254, %PM, N.Y.
Thanks for your periodic letters.
Monthly report of the chaplain for Sept and Oct 1945submitted to the Military Ordinate for the unit stationed at Hq CCR, 4th Armd Div APO 254, % PM, N.Y.
The war's over and the high-pointers', the boys who have been over here the longest have seen the most battle, and have children at home, are rapidly leaving the European Theatre.
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