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Reading, Pa., Fire Department official Michael J. Moyer was suspended for a day on October 12 for having violated a directive not to drive his Department car in the town's Labor Day parade. Moyer was thus not paid for his regular 8 a.m.-6 p.m. shift, but the person called in to replace him, at overtime pay, had to vacate his own subsequent shift, and according to regulations, the person who had to fill that later shift, also at overtime pay, was Michael J. Moyer, who thus earned $313 instead of the $155 he would have made had he not been suspended. [Reading Eagle, 10-23-93]

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