Retirement, Clerical Assistants, and Free Mailing Privileges to Former Presidents: Hearing Before the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Eighty-fifth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 4401 and S. 607 ... March 14, 1957
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1957 - Franking privilege - 29 pages
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Page 2 - Service as postal revenue. (b) The postage on mail matter sent through the mails under the franking privilege by former Presidents shall be paid by reimbursement of the postal revenues each fiscal year out of the general funds of the Treasury in an amount equivalent to the postage which would otherwise be payable on the mail matter.
Page 16 - Employees]. (c) The Administrator of General Services shall furnish for each former President suitable office space appropriately furnished and equipped, as determined by the Administrator, at such place within the United States as the former President shall specify. (d) [Repealed.
Page 2 - States and its territories and possessions free of postage of all mail matter sent by him in connection with his preparations for the assumption of official duties as President, and such mail matter shall be transmitted as penalty mail as provided in title 39, United States Code, section 4152. Each...
Page 2 - Title 39.] (e) The widow of each former President shall be entitled to receive from the United States a monetary allowance at a rate of $20,000 per annum, payable monthly by the Secretary of the Treasury, if such widow shall waive the right to each other annuity or pension to which she is entitled under any other Act of Congress. The monetary allowance of such widow...
Page 2 - As used in this section, the term "former President" means an individual who shall have held the office of President of the United States, and whose service in such office shall have been terminated other than by removal pursuant to section 4, article II, of the Constitution.
Page 2 - Territories and possessions free of postage of all mail matter sent by him under his written autograph signature. The postal revenues shall, be reimbursed each fiscal year out of the general funds of the Treasury in an amount equivalent to the postage which would otherwise be payable on such mail matter. (e) The widow of any former President of the United States shall...
Page 2 - AN ACT To provide retirement, clerical assistants, and free mailing privileges to former Presidents of the United States, and for other purposes Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of th-e United State* of America in Congress assembled.
Page 2 - shall be selected by the former President and shall be responsible only to him for the performance of their duties.
Page 1 - Representative* of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That (a) each former President of the United States shall be entitled, as long as he shall live, to receive a monetary allowance at the rate of $25,000 per annum, payable monthly by the Secretary of the Treasury.
Page 16 - Act of 1954. (c) The Administrator of General Services shall furnish for each former President suitable office space appropriately furnished and equipped, as determined by the Administrator, at such place within the United States as the former President shall specify. (d...