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PUBLIC LAW 87-285-SEPT. 22, 1961
Public Law 87-284 AN ACT To authorize the disposition of land no longer needed for the Chilocco Indian Industrial School at Chilocco, Oklahoma.
September 22, 1961 [S.1807]
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That the Secretary Jf^if*^^' indi of the Interior is authorized to convey, without consideration, to indu8trua° school! Charlie Gray, his successors or assi^is, and to Esau Greenwood, his °^l^^^^ c n e successors or assigns, respectively, title to the homestead sites within anc^." '^°"'^^y the Chilocco Indian Industrial School Reserve that are described below when all payments required by their homestead agreements have been paid: (a) Charlie Gray homestead: Beginning at a point 39 rods south of the northeast corner of the northeast quarter section 17, township 29 north, range 2 east, Indian meridian; thence 24 rods south, thence 83% rods west, thence 24 rods north, thence 33l^ rods east to point of beginning, containing 5 acres. (b) Esau Greenwood homestead: Beginning at a point 67 rods north of southeast corner of the northeast quarter section 20, township 29 north, range 2 east, Indian meridian, thence north 20 rods, thence west 50 rods, thence south 10 rods, thence east 20 rods, thence south 10 rods, thence east 30 rods to point of beginning, containing 5 acres. Approved September 22, 1961.
Public Law 87-285 AN ACT To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to provide reduced annuities to male employees who have attained age sixty-two, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That section 2(a) 3 of the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 is amended to read as follows: "3. Men who will have attained the age of sixty and will have completed thirty years of service, or individuals who will have attained the age of sixty-two and will have completed less than thirty years of service, but the annuity of such men or such individuals shall be reduced by 1/180 for each calendar month that he or she is under age sixty-five when the annuity begins to accrue." SEC. 2. Section 2(f) of the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 is amended by striking "three years" and inserting in lieu thereof "one year" and by inserting after the word "filed" where it first appears the following: ", or in the month prior to her or his marriage to such annuitant or pensioner was eligible for an annuity under subsection (a) or (d) of section 5 of this Act or, on the basis of disability, under subsection (c) thereof". SEC. 3. Section 5(1)(1) of the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 is amended by inserting before the semicolon at the end thereof the following: ". Where a woman has qualified for an annuity under this section as a widow, and marries another employee who dies within one year after the marriage, she shall not be disqualified for an annuity under this section as the widow of the second employee by reason of not having been married to the employee for one year". SEC. 4. The amendments made by this Act shall be effective with respect to annuities beginning to accrue in calendar months after the calendar month of enactment thereof. Approved September 22, 1961. 64207 0-62—40
September 22, 1961 [S. 2395]
Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, amendment. Change in b e n e fits. 73 Stat. 25. 45 USC 228b.
65 Stat. 684.
45 USC 228e.