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Assign Binkert' To UNRRA Post
Lake City Resident Leaves far Germany
Clifford E. Blinkert of Lake City, is now enroule tp an over-seas assignment win LfNRRA to work as an administrative officer of supply in the Displaced Person's Division in Germany. Binkert joined UNRRA last month and/fias been receiving special train at the UNRRA training cente^University of Maryland, at College" Park, Md.
Approximately 6,000 UNRRA workers are now in the British, French and American occupation zones of Germany where the international relief and rehabilitation agency has been requested to furnish 450 teams of doctors, public health nurses, camp directors, welfare workers, and other specialists to help in the repatriation of about five million United Nations Nationals and Italians. Three thousand more UNRRA team members are in training or enroute. Forty percent have been recruited in the western hemisphere, the remaining sixty percent are Europeans.
The teams work at Di
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