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Information bulletin
No. 145 (October 5, 1948)

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culation, or other publication medium of
general circulation, published in the US Zone
of Germany, a weekly notice to the effect
that certain described property has been
found and that unless satisfactory proof of
title is presented said property except fire-
arms will be sold at public auction under the
same rules and regulations as surplus govern-
ment property, three months from the date
of appearance of such notice in said news-
paper.
All lost or abandoned property except
perishable  property  shall remain in the
custody of the provost marshal for a period
of three months after initial published notice.
After having been three tim'es advertised said
property, except firearms, shall be sold at
public auction. The proceeds of such sale shall
be turned in to the nearest finance office for
deposit into the Treasury of the United States.
All perishable property shall be sold at
once. The proceeds of such sales, having been
retained by the provost marshal for a period
of three months without being claimed, shall
be turned in to the nearest finance office for
deposit into the Treasury of the United States.
All firearms, having been retained by the
provost marshal for a period of three months
without being claimed, shall be turned over
to the nearest Ordnance officer for disposition
under the same rules and regulations as sur-
plus government property.
Lost or abandoned private property be-
lieved to be of German ownership will be
held by the provost marshal for a period of
three months. If property has not been
claimed at the end of the three-month period
(published notice not required), the provost
marshal shall determine whether the property
is useful to the occupation forces. If found
to be usable by the occupation forces, it
will be turned over to the appropriate agency
for accountability and distribution, otherwise
it shall be turned over to the nearest MG
liaison and security officer for disposition.
- From EUCOM Weekly Directive No. 29.
RESTITUTION INSTRUCTIONS
Issuance of Regulation Implementing Ar-
ticle 17, paragraph 2, of MG Law No 59,
'Restitution  of Identifiable  Property"  by
ministers president (in Bremen the president
of the Senate):
"Pending the issuance of general Implement-
ing regulations under Article 17, para 2,
concerning the valuation of property which,
because not now determinable, is at present
not subject to property tax, the Restitution
Authorities shall, of their own accord, effect
the valuation necessary to decide the matter
by giving due consideration to all circum.
stances pertaining to the individual case. A
suspension of the procedure merely because
the generai implementing reguations provided
for in Article 17, para 2 have not yet been
issued, shall be inadmissible."
Issuance of Regulation Implementing Ar-
ticle 30, paragraph 3, and Article 32, para.
graph 2, Last Sentence, of MG Law No 59,
"Restitution of Identifiable Property" by min-
isters president (in Bremen the president of
the Senate):
"Pending the issuance of general regulations
under Article 30, para 3, and Article 32,
para 2, fifth sentence, concerning rates of
profit for property, the Restitution Author.
ities shall, in each Individual case in which
the dlaimant has availed himself of the right
designated In these provisions, determine the
rate of profits by giving due consideration
to all circumstances pertaining to an in-
dividual case. A suspension of the procedure
merely because the general implementing
regulations provided for in Article 30, para 3,
have not yet been issued, shall be in-
admissible."
OFFICIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Overseas Separation of Enlisted Personnel,
AG 220.8 AGP-AGO, Hq EUCOM, 26 Aug. 1948.
Automobile Parts Status Report (Reports
Control Symbol ECORD-39), AG 451.01 GSP-
AGO, Hq EUCOM, 31 Aug. 1948.
Comparisons of Personnel Utilization by
Military Posts, AG 200.3 GOT-AGO, Hq
EUCOM, 1 Sept. 1948.
Reduction in Use of Telecommunication
Facilities, AG 311.1 SIG-AGO, Hq EUCOM,
2 Sept. 1948.
Revision of Personnel Utilization Analysis
Instructions, (Reports Control Symbol ECGOT-
37), AG 230 GOT-AGO, Hq EUCOM, 3 Sept.
1948. Requires report by Oct. 15.
Weekly Directive No. 35, Hq EUCOM,
3 Sept. 1948. Lists following:
Sec I-Secondary Training Missions.
Sec II-Black Marketing in Strasbourg.
Sec III-Courses Conducted at the European
Quartermaster School.
Sec IV-Individual Purchase of Food. Quotes
change in MGR Title 15.
Sec V-Status of Immunization.
Sec VI-Visits to Austria on Leave. Gives
new instructions.
Sec VIII-Course of Instruction in Property
Accounting.
Sec IX-Monthly Physical Inspection.
Sec X-Official Travel by Private Con-
veyance, Germany.
Sec XI-Regrading of Security Classification.
Lists three letters.
Sec XII-Procedure for Return of Military
Personnel to the ZI for Rotation, Separation
or Discharge, and for Return of Dependents
of such Personnel. Amends previous In-
structions.
Sec XIII-Orders for Foreign Assignment
Personnel.
Sec XIV-EUCOM Multiple Addressee Let-
ters and Cables. Covers Aug. 27 to Sept. 2.
Sec XV-Rescission. Lists WD No. 30 of 1948.
Legislation for Monetary Reform, AG 003
(FA), OMGUS, 4 Sept. 1948. Gives Regulation
No. 7, under MG Law No. 63.
Awards and Decorations, AG 200.6 (AGMPO),
OMGUS, 7 Sept. 1948. Cites procedure.
Downgrading of Documents, AG 380.01 (AG),
OMGUS, 9 Sept. 1948. Lists letter Hq TUSA
& EMD AG 230-GNMCB, Evacuated German
Scientists, Nov. 16, 1945.
Consolidation of Class B Clubs and Class B
Messes, AG 123 FIN-AGO, Hq EUCOM,
9 Sept. 1948.
European Command Equipment Modification
Lists and Tables of Allowances, AG 400.34
GOT-AGO, Hq EUCOM, 8 Sept. 1948. Super-
sedes Aug. 12 letter.
EUCOM Publication Depot Bulletin 36, Hq
EUCOM, 9 Sept. 1948. Covers Aug. 30 to
Sept. 3.
Regulation No. 1, Revised, under Military
Government Law No. 10, "Adoptions by
Nationals of the United Nations," AG 010
(LD), OMGUS, 10 Sept. 1948. Incorporates all
amendments.
Weekly Directive No. 36, Hq EUCOM,
10 Sept. 1948. Lists following:
Sec I-Rail Transportation for High School
Students in Germany.
Sec II-Supply Discipline.
Sec III-Commercial Transportation to ZI at
no Expense to the Government.
Sec IV-Authorization for Travel within
Germany of Certain Displaced Persons and
Germans.
Sec V-Regrading of Security Classification-
Lists 15 letters.
Sec VI-Audit of Nonappropriated Funds.
Corrects wording in Sec IV, WD No. 34 of
1948.
Sec VII-Jewish High Holy Days.
Sec VIII-Signal Corps Training Films. Lists
"Pro Patrias Vigilans," "Pacific Coast" and
"Principles of Cooking".
Sec IX-EUCOM Multiple Addressee Letters
and Cables. Covers Sept. 3 to 9.
Sec X-Rescission. Lists Sec IV, WD No. 28
of 1948.
Revised Telephone List of Education and
Cultural Relations Division, AG 311.3 (AG),
OMGUS, 11 Sept. 1948.
Transmission of Classifled Traffic to and
from Berlin, AG 311.3 SIG-AGO, Hq EUCOM,
13 Sept. 1948.
Character Guidance Program, AG 250 GPA-
AGO, Hq US Army Europe, 13 Sept. 1948.
Replaces Venereal Disease Control Councils
in the European Command.
Personnel Survey of the Army (Reports
Control Symbol CSGPA-35), AG 320.2 AGU,
Hq EUCOM, 13 Sept. 1948.
Charging of Fees for the Administration of
Absentee Owned Property in the US Zone of
Occupation of Germany by the German State
Property Control Agencies, AG 004.21 (PD),
OMGUS, 14 Sept. 1948.
Inspection of Transportation Trudck Companies,
AG 333 GOT-AGO, Hq EUCOM, 14 Sept. 1948.
Procedure for Obtaining Counsel for Military
Government Court Proceedings, AG 015 Mil
Govt Courts (ID), OMGUS, 15 Sept. 1948.
Procedure for Revising OMGUS Organi-
zational and Functional Statements Contained
in Section D, Part 4, Military Government
Regulations Tltl.i 1, AG  322 (CO), OMGUS,
15 Sept. 1948.
EUCOM Publication Depot Bulletin 37, Hq
EUCOM, 15 Sept. 1948, Covers Sept. 7 to 10.
Correct Mailing Addresses for OMGUS
Installations Located in the US Zone, AG 312.4
(AG), OMGUS, 16 Sept. 1948.
Quotas for EUCOM Schools (Reports Control
Symbol ECGOT-OT-50), AG 352 GOT-AGO,
Hq EUCOM, 17 Sept. 1948.
Weekly Directive No. 37, Hq EUCOM,
17 Sept. 1948. Lists following:
Sec I-1948 EUCOM Football Championships.
Amends Sec II, WD No. 31 of 1948.
Sec II-Alteration of Clothing for Issue to
Enlisted Personnel.
Sec III-Evacuation and Replacement of
Vehicles.
Sec IV-Clearance of Accounts of Personnel
Assigned to Detachment of Patients.
Sec V-Ammuniltion Salvage Components.
Sec VI-Availability of Chemical Laboratory.
Sec VII-Department of the Army Song
Contest.
Sec VIII-American Red Cross Comfort
Items.
Sec IX-Company Grade Officers' Supply
and Administration Courses, Kitzingen Basic
Training Center.
Sec X-Messages to USAGG and USMA,
Athens, Greece.
Sec XI-Efficiency Reports.
Sec XII-EUCOM Central Locator File. Super-
sedes Sec I, WVD No. 6 of 1947.
Sec XIII-Recruiting, Regular Army and Air
Force. Amends Sec XIX, WD No. 28 of 1948.
Sec XIV-Use of Anti-Freeze Solution in
Automotive Vehicles.
Sec XV-Master List of EUCOM Absentees
Sec XVI-Quotas for the Military Police
and Investigators' Courses, EUCOM Intelligence
School.
Sec XVII-Regrading of Security Classifi.
cation. Lists 11 letters.
Sec XVIII-Enlistment of WAC Personnel
Amends Sec I, WD No. 29- of 1948.
Sec XIX-Deletion of Letter -R- in Certas
MOSs.
Sec XX-Immigration of Alien Stepchildres
and Adopted Children.
Sec XXI-Sedan Towing Device.
Sec XXII-Morning Report Couriers.
Sec XXIII-Address of AG Machine Records
Branch.
Sec XXIV-Interim Policy Pertaining to the
WAC.
Sec XXV-EUCOM Multiple Addressee Let
ters and Cables, Covers Sept. 10 to 16.
Appointment of Legal Counsel to the COO
mittee  on  Tripartite  Military  GoverCIme.2
Organization, US Element, CINCEUR, AG 013.
(SPA-B), Hq EUCOM     (Berlin), 21 Sept. 1948
DEUTSCHER 'VERIAG
Copies of Official Instructions
listed in the Information Bulletin
may be obtained by writing
directly to the originating head-
quarters.
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