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He learned elementary shorthand and typing and gained five O-levels before taking up a job in the colliery office as a pay clerk.
After the war HMS Collingwood became the home of the Radio, Radar and Electrical Branch and the Cooks, Pay Clerks and Stores personnel were now providing administration for those under technical and practical training for the Electrical Branch and subsequent derivatives.
Diners would take a ticket from the pay clerk for the dinner they required and present it at the service counter.
Pay clerk Patsy, who has an exemplary attendance record herself, says good attendance runs in the family.
Byline: BY VICTORIA MURPHY AN army pay clerk stole pounds 100,000 and hid it in plant pots outside his Northern Ireland home, a court heard yesterday.
Previously a pay clerk with the Territorial Army, Louise, 35, had been in Iraq from December 2003 till July 2004 with the army and found that she missed the warzone when she came home.
It is believed he was serving as a pay clerk on attachment to the 22 Special Air Service at the time of the alleged theft.
Because of Universality of Service, I cannot re-muster these troops to postal or administration or finance pay clerks (even though many clerks avoid this testing too).