Julius Pulls His Weight Before Moving On
Julius was eventually designated as the officer in charge of Pier 5 on June 26, 1924, serving in that role, amongst others, until October 23, 1925.
During his tenure there, Julius was also appointed, by order of Lt. Colonel Matthews, Class “A” Agent Financial Officer, Hawaiian General Area Deport, Captain Herbert Baldwin, Finance Department, Disbursing Officer.
Julius was apparently good with details and numbers.
In August of that year, by Order of the Secretary of War, Major General J.L. Hines, Julius learned that he would be assigned to the 9th Field Artillery, Fort Snelling, Minn. upon completion of his Hawaiian tour of foreign service.
When the time drew near, he was granted permission to leave the Quartermaster Hawaiian Department about October 24, 1925 to enjoy eight weeks of leave before reporting for duty as a Battery Officer of the 9th Field Artillery in Fort Snelling, Minn. on January 3, 1926.