Retirement, Clerical Assistants, and Free Mailing Privilaeges to Former Presidents, 85-1

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Page 8 - The Administrator of General Services shall furnish for each former President suitable office space appropriately furnished and equipped, as determined by the Administrator, located In a Federal building at such place within the United States as the former President shall specify.
Page 2 - M. JOHNSTON, Secretary. STATEMENT OF HON. JOHN W. McCORMACK, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS Mr. MCCORMACK. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
Page 2 - Persons employed under this subsection shall be selected by the former President and shall be responsible only to him for the performance of their duties. Each former President shall fix basic rates of
Page 16 - Administrator, located in a Federal building at such place within the United States as the former President shall specify. There is a memorial for President Eisenhower, I believe, at Abilene,
Page 16 - wrong—for the simple reason that under section (c) it says: The Administrator of General Services shall furnish for each former President suitable office space app.opriately furnished and equipped, as determined by
Page 25 - Mr. DAVIS. I would like to join the gentleman in that statement. Mr. GROSS. Yes ; I would like to ask the gentleman a. question or two. The CHAIRMAN. Any other questions ? The CHAIRMAN. Mr. Gross.
Page 2 - AN ACT To provide retirement, clerical assistants, and free mailing privileges to former Presidents of the United States, and for other
Page 2 - and whose service in such office shall have been terminated other than by removal pursuant to section 4, article II, of the Constitution.
Page 1 - To provide retirement, clerical assistants, and free mailing privileges to former Presidents of the United States, and for other

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