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of Science in incident U S Seventn in western Lt Gen Geof immediate politicos who office in bis than 200 officeia to ' clean conse commander he woula tolerate with Nazism' occupation the widespread in the case who s hot seat that n essentia posts in his zone said Pat "report on his presented personally D Eisen- days believed be sent home to explau to the to Pat in easten to the mil wen head still was report on the zone fiom advise: sn adviser 1 Anderon rease one roducts efore labor ring egal ents from ears. . COL JAMES P. S. DEVEKEUX. Marine hero of Wake Island, left, prepares to catch the .pitch as his son, James Patrick (Paddy) eyes the ball in the back yard ball game following Devereux's return return home to Washington, D. C. Padd} saw his father lor the first time In four years. ,, Redeployment Timetable ^ Control Sources plan o£ Germany controlling elements was made public National En- the Engi- plan was By The Associated Press About 15,000 United States troops from the Pacific and European European theatres are scheduled to ar- iive in the United States aboard 28 vessels docking at east and west coast ports More than 6500 will debark at Newpoit News, Va, from six ships, 4000 at Boston fiom four ships about 1000 at New Yoik from five ships Thirteen naval and merchant vessels will bring the 3000 Pacific veterans into San Francisco. Ships and units aiuvmg At New York--(Aboard John Sergeant) 822 troops, no designations designations given (Aboard Nathan B Fonost from Calcutta) 85 miscellaneous miscellaneous troops (Aboard Atenus from Le Havie) 23 miscellaneous tioops (Aboard George Chaffe) 37 miscellaneous troops (Aboard George Chaffey) 37 miscellaneous tioops At Boston--(Aboard Matthew Maury) 713 miscellaneous personnel personnel (Aboard Josiah Bartlett) 753 unspecified troops (Aboard La Grande Vrctory) 1966 troops including including 253d infantry regiments units among them anti-tank company, company, headquarters and headquarters headquarters company and third battalion 718th field artillery battalion with lion. (Aboaid William- C Gra am) 753 miscellaneous troops .board John Mernck) 31 miscel aneous tioops (Aboard Usat Cus bal from Marseilles) originally ue \esterday, 3334 troops mclud g headquarters 99th infantry 9th quartermaster company 'Oth, 371st and 924th field artil ry battalions, 324th engineer sea attalion headquarters and head uarters detachment 530th quai umastet group, -321st medica rnipany military police, headquar TS and headquarters company 93d quaitermaster battalion, 463c uartermaster bakery, 533d por ompany At San Francisco--(Aboard Mat onia) 2907 passengers, includm 404 civilians (Aboard carrie hethis Bay) 719 Navy personne' Aboard carrier Admiralty Islands 49 Navy personnel Ten othe ups due to arrive carrying one t 0 men each medics 63d sance troops cavalry reconnais- (rnechanlzed), posta: commissioned five major Disarmament (Germany)," with the approval Department and the State Department, presented to Departments of the the Foreign and Jpputy Eisenhower for Control The idea of field artillery school personnel (Aboarc detachments of the 5th aimorec and 106th Infantry Division, casual detachment liaison pilot , Ambiose Burnside) 744 troops in eluding 95th Infantry Division re- Dlacement detachment and miscellaneous miscellaneous personnel At Newport News Va--(Aboard C Long) 22 miscellaneous troops (Aboard W. Seale) 30 miscellane ous troops (Aboard Sea Snipe, 2597 tioops including 799th ord nance light maintenance company 395lh infantry first and second bat talions, and 324th medical bat against the danger of German re armament The Control Council's institution Whether imglt or mamtd. il you or* steadily employed, Bee us for needed cash · · · NOW] Borrow a (mall amount or up lo $300. Come m or phonel can At the Sim of the Clock 235 North St Mlehclraan Bldf Holland D Cameron Mjr Lie No 4 Fhone 7349 M or ess have 'orces In jce vould of lome The War 000 10,000 ng ;he

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  1. The Berkshire Eagle,
  2. 27 Sep 1945, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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