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PRIVATE LAWS-CH. 235- -APR . 8, 1942 J. William Yates, Fifteenth. J. William Yates, junior, former disbursing officer, Vet- Jr. erans' Administration, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in the sum of $88, which amount was expended during the period from October 1, 1934, through January 31, 1935, under Symbol 11-383. Treasury Depart- Sixteenth. G . F. Allen, Chief Disbursing Officer, Treasury Depart- G.F. Allen. ment, Washington, District of Columbia, in the sums of $486.34, Sym- bol 11-559; $11,291.19, Symbol 11-561; $5, Symbol 11-564; $180, Sym- bol 11-565; $27.79, Symbol 11-566; $5, Symbol 11-568; $147.25, Symbol 11-569; $29, Symbol 11-570; $124.84, Symbol 11-571; $108.61, Symbol 11-572; $69.40, Symbol 11-573; $60.75, Symbol 11-574; $9.75, Symbol 11-576; $4.60, Symbol 11-577; $44.50, Symbol 11-578; $2.50, Symbol 11-581; $1,041.81, Symbol 11-647; $647.82, Symbol 99-240; $2,191.43, Symbol 99-280; $377, Symbol 99-282; $100, Symbol 99-283; $787, Symbol 99-284; $305.50, Symbol 99-286; $507.57, Symbol 99-287; $1,731.10, Symbol 99-288; $196.38, Symbol 99-289; $619.50, Symbol 99-290; $98.50, Symbol 99-292, which amounts were expended during the period from July 1, 1934, through June 30, 1940. traen"' A dm in is - SEC. 2 . That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized Payments to certain and directed to pay, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise former employee. appropriated, the following sums to the persons hereinafter desig- nated. Betty S. Akers. First. Betty S. Akers, formerly temporarily employed as junior typist at Veterans' Administration Facility, Mountain Home, Ten- nessee, the sum of $113.47, which was deducted from salary payment due her. Agnes L. Hill . Second. Agnes L. Hill, formerly temporarily employed as junior stenographer at Veterans' Administration, Detroit, Michigan, the sum of $312.06, which was deducted from salary and retirement fund due her. son, now Grim. Third. Margaret B. Hobson, now Grim, formerly temporarily employed as stenographer at Veterans' Administration Facility, Roanoke, Virginia, the sum of $51.55, which was refunded by her on Kenneth R. Huf- May 2, 1940. fine. Fourth. Kenneth R. Huffine, formerly temporarily employed as chauffeur at Veterans' Administration Facility, Mountain Home, Tennessee, the sum of $119.21, of which cash refunds totaling $49.98 were made by him and the balance of $69.23 was deducted from salary payment due him for the period ending May 31, 1939. liiiam V. Kain. Fifth. William V. Kamlade, formerly temporarily employed as junior stenographer at Veterans' Administration Facility, Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, the sum of $48.76 which was due him as salary payment and used as an offset against the disallowance in his account. Milton O. Roberts. Sixth. Milton G. Roberts, formerly temporarily employed as chauffeur at Veterans' Administration Facility, Augusta, Georgia, the sum of $50.89, of which $30 was deducted from salary payment due him for the period ending May 31, 1939, and $20.89 recovered by cash refund. ivan sackman. Seventh. Ivan Sackman, formerly temporarily employed as clerk- typist at Veterans' Administration Facility, Downey, Illinois, the sum of $24.77 which was deducted from salary payment due him for the period ending December 31, 1938. Edward J.Snclair. Eighth. Edward J. Sinclair, formerly temporarily employed as junior stenographer at Veterans' Administration Facility, Togus, Maine, the sum of $37.04, which was refunded by him in April 1939. Approved, April 8, 1942. [56 STAT.