Executive Order 3093

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Mr. Frank H. Wang may be reinstated in the Panama Canal Service as a postal clerk without regard to the year limitation upon reinstatement contained in Civil Service Rule IX. Mr. Wang entered the service as a postal clerk on June 10, 1910, and on May 20, 1917, was granted leave of absence to go to France as a volunteer ambulance driver. After the expiration of his leave he resigned from the Red Cross, enlisted in the Foreign Legion of the French Army, completed the course at the French officers' training school at Fontainebleau, held the grade of aspirant, and was demobilized on February 17, 1919. In view of his experience on the Panama Canal and his services in the cause of the Allies, the Civil Service Commission recommends the waiver of the one-year limitation.

Signature of Woodrow Wilson
Woodrow Wilson 

The White House,

May 31, 1919.


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