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BURGHER: WE HAVE YOUR LETTER OF JUNE 28. WITH FURTHER REFERENCE TO YOUR CLAIM AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT FOR COMPENSATION FOR OVERTIME SERVICES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN RENDERED IN 1942. THERE IS NO FURTHER ACTION WHICH PROPERLY MAY BE TAKEN BY OUR OFFICE IN THE MATTER.

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B-128155, JUL. 19, 1956

TO MR. WILLIAM H. BURGHER:

WE HAVE YOUR LETTER OF JUNE 28, 1958, ADDRESSED TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH FURTHER REFERENCE TO YOUR CLAIM AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT FOR COMPENSATION FOR OVERTIME SERVICES ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN RENDERED IN 1942, APPARENTLY WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY.

YOUR LETTER FURNISHES NO INFORMATION IN ADDITION TO THAT PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED HERE AND CONSIDERED IN THE DISPOSITION OF YOUR CLAIM. AS STATED IN OUR LETTER OF JUNE 13, 1956, TO YOU, AND FOR THE REASONS SET OUT THEREIN, THERE IS NO FURTHER ACTION WHICH PROPERLY MAY BE TAKEN BY OUR OFFICE IN THE MATTER. ALSO, IT WOULD APPEAR THAT FURTHER CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WOULD SERVE NO USEFUL PURPOSE.

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