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Military government weekly information bulletin
No. 17 (November 1945)

Personnel data,   pp. 20-26 PDF (2.8 MB)


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with relation to each. Know principles
'of supervision over wholesalers, -co-
'operatives, retailers and German food
'offices.
(Staff members and staff assistants
p'ositions at CAF Grades 11 and 9,
gross salaries 5,375 and 4,550 dollars,
respectively, are available in this cate-
gory).
PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TERMINAL
LEAVE
The proposed bill authorizing lump
sum payment in lieu 'of terminalleavle
has passed the Housle of Represen-
tatives and again has been referred to
the Senate with recommended slight
modifications.
Approval of this bill will mean that
all officers and enlisted men of the
Armed F'orces will be entitled to re-
ceive, after discharge, a cash payment
amounting to their pay and allowances
for the period for which unexpended
leave furlough has been accumulated.
This information will undoubtedly in-
terest all military personnel and will
certainly be of interest to thos'e officers
and men now considering accepting
civilian employment in this Theater.
Passage of the bill would rescind
previous instructions issued by this,
headquarters to the 'effect that mili-
tary personnel accepting civilian em-
ployment in this Theater would forfeit
their unexpended terminal leave. Ln
its present form, the bill has a retro-
.active clause permitting payment to
military personnel who have accepted
civilian employment or who will accept
civilian employment.
DETACHMENT PERSONNEL HELD
Detachments have been advised by
USFET that personnel performing spe-
cial branch functions will not be
relieved from duty or reassigned under
the Military Government reorganization
directive until the review  of Frage-
bogen, filed or required to be filed, has
been completed.
PLACED IN ESSENTIAL CLASS
Medical officers specifically trained
for Military Government assignments
as public health work, etc., although
becoming eligible for redeployment in
accordance with Par. 2, USFET Cir-
cular 134 dated October 4th, can be
retained for an additional period of six
months as they are performing essen-
tial Military Government duties, USFET
ha announced.
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TO LT. COLONEL
Richard Bard, Det F-14
Levi F. Gilbert, Det E-7
John M. Gregory, Det H-57
Edwin H. Hughes, Det E-6
Leon P. Irvin, Det E-3
Morgan Keaton, Det E-1
James A. Franklin, Det E-6
Shirley R. Marsh, Det G-25
Harry M. Montgomery, Det G-28
Frederick A. Sansome, Det F-15
Joseph W. Shamel, Det E2C2
Joseph I. Taylor, Det G-23
Willie D. Veal, Det E-7
Joel B. White Jr, Det E-1
Fenner H. Whitley Jr, Det AlCl
Wilson W. Williver, Det E-3
TO MAJOR
James C. Andrews, Det E-1
Bertram R. Bertramson, DetE-5
Alfred M. Bingham, Det E-1
Frederick C. Blake, Det F-13
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