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[73 Stat. 626]
[73 Stat. 626]
PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1959

626

PUBLIC LAW 86-360-SEPT. 22, 1969

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STAT.

district: Provided, That the terms of the initial incumbent of any office established pursuant to this sentence shall expire at the end of the fourth calendar year beginning with the calendar year current at the time of his appointment, except that the Board may provide for any such initial incumbent a shorter term expiring at the end of a calendar year." Approved September 22, 1959.

Public Law 86-350 Septeirf)er22, 1959

[s. 2655]

AN

ACT

rj,^ authorize the Secretary of the Army to credit equipment installation costs against rental under lease to T'nion Township of La Porte County, Indiana. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Stages of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary " of the Army is authorized and directed to credit against the rental required to be paid under any existing lease between Union Township of La Porte County, Indiana, and the United States all reasonable costs incurred by the said Union Township for the installation of a new boiler and heating system in connection with the premises under lease to the said Union Township at the Kingsbury Ordnance Plant, Kingsford Heights, Indiana. Approved September 22, 1959.

Union Township of La Porte County,

ind.

Public Law 86-351 Septen4,er22. 1959

JOINT RESOLUTION

[H. J. Res. 310] ^^ authorize the designation of the period of October 17 to October 24, 1959, as National Olympic Week. Whereas the games of the X VII Olympiad will be held in Eome, Italy, August 25 to September 11, 1960, with winter games to be held at Squaw Valley, California, February 18 to February 28, 1960; and Whereas these games will afford an opportunity of bringing together young men and women representing more than seventy nations, of many races, creeds, and stations in life and possessing various habits and customs, all bound by the universal appeal of friendly athletic competition, governed by rules of sportsmanship and dedicated to the principle that the important thing is for each and every participant to do his very best to win in a manner that will reflect credit upon himself or herself, and the country represented; and Whereas the peoples of the world in these trying times require above all else occasions for friendship and understanding, and among the most telling things which influence people of other countries are the acts of individuals and not those of governments; and Whereas experiences afforded by the Olympic games make a unique contribution to common understanding and mutual respect among all peoples; and Whereas previous Olympic games have proved that competitors and spectators alike have been imbued with ideals of friendship, chivalry, and comradeship and impressed with the fact that accomplishment is reward in itself; and