PRIVATE LAW 96-78-DEC. 18, 1980
94 STAT. 3619
seventeen years thereafter, during which time he suffered from severe psychological disorientation, and as a result of the Army's failure to provide him any followup care. The pa5Tnent of such sum shall be in full satisfaction of all claims of James R. Thornwell, his heirs, executors, personal representatives, or assigns, of any nature whatsoever against the United States and its agencies, or against any past or present employee, agent, officer, or person of or associated with the United States, including those asserted in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in Civil Action Numbered 78-1845, in connection with the circumstances of his injuries compensated by this Act, including injuries incurred subsequent to his discharge from the Armed Forces. James R. Thornwell shall not be eligible for any compensation or benefits from the Veterans' Administration or the Department of Defense. SEC. 2. The sum paid pursuant to the first section of this Act shall be paid to a California bank as trustee, under a trust agreement to be entered into by such bank and James R. Thornwell (and to be approved as to form by a representative of the Department of Justice of the United States). The trust agreement shall provide that the trustee shall initially pay James R. Thornwell's outstanding debts and obligations, including legal fees and reimbursable expenses in connection with legal services (as limited by section 3 of this Act), shall invest the remaining amounts and hold them in trust, shall during the lifetime of James R. Thornwell pay to him all of the net income of the trust on a monthly basis, and also pay or apply such amounts of the principal as the trustee deems necessary for the health, welfare, comfort, and maintenance of James R. Thornwell, and upon his death shall pay to his estate all assets then held in trust. SEC. 3. No amount in excess of 10 per centum of the sum appropriated by the first section of this Act shall be paid or delivered to or received by any agent or attorney on account of services rendered in connection with the claim described in the first section of this Act, notwithstanding any contract to the contrary. Violation of the provisions of this section is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $1,000. Approved December 18, 1980.
Private Law 96-78 96th Congress
For the relief of Annette Jutta Wohrle.
Dec. 18, 1980 [H.R. 4522]
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, in the adminis- ^""®**® '^"**^ tration of the Immigration and Nationality Act, Annette Jutta g use 1101 note Wohrle may be classified as a child within the meaning of section lOKbXlXF) of the Act, upon approval of a petition filed in her behalf 8 USC 1101. by Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wohrle, citizens of the United States, pursuant to section 204 of the Act: Provided, That the natural parents or 8 USC 1154. brothers or sisters of the beneficiary shall not, by virtue of such relationship, be accorded any right, privilege, or status under the Immigration and Nationality Act. Approved December 18, 1980.