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PUBLIC LAW 91-622-DEC. 31, 1970
" (g) Where a serviceman dies while on active duty in the armed forces of the United States or in the United States Coast Guard or in the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, leaving a surviving widow as owner of the property, the period of ownership by the serviceman (within the meaning of subsection (c) of this section) shall extend for two years beyond the date of the serviceman's death or until the date the widow disposes of the property, whichever date occurs first. The Secretary of Defense or the Secretary of Transportation, or the Secretary of Commerce, as the case may be, shall notify such widow promptly following the serviceman's death of the additional costs to be borne by the mortgagor following termination of the two-year period." SEC. 8. All provisions of law inconsistent with this Act are hereby Repeal. repealed. Approved December 31, 1970. Public Law 91-622 JOINT RESOLUTION
December 31, 1970
Authorizing a grant to defray a portion of the cost of expanding the United Nations headquarters in the United States.
[ s. j. Res. 173]
Whereas the Congress authorized the United States to join with other governments in the founding of the United Nations; Whereas the Congress unanimously, in H. Con. Res. 75 (79th Congress), invited the United Nations to establish its headquarters in ^^ ^*^'" P** the United States, which invitation was accepted by the United ^* ^"^^^ Nations; Whereas the United States has continued to serve as host to the United Nations; Whereas the membership of the United Nations has increased substantially and the organization has outgrown its existing facilities; Whereas the General Assembly of the United Nations in December 1969 authorized the construction, subject to suitable financing arrangements, of an additional headquarters building south of and adjacent to the present headquarters site on land to be made available without charge by the city of New York; Whereas the total financial burden of expanding its headquarters in New York would severely strain the resources of the United Nations; Whereas a special contribution by the United States as the host government would constitute a positive act of reaffirmation of faith of the American people in the future of the United Nations: Be it Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That there is hereby author- umted Nations ized to be appropriated to the Secretary of State out of any money E^xpansion^grant. in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, a sum not to exceed $20,000,000, to remain available until expended, for a grant to be made at the discretion of the Secretary of State, to the United Nations to defray a portion of the cost of the expansion and improvement of its headquarters in the city of New York on such terms and conditions as the Secretary of State may determine. Such grant shall not be considered a contribution to the United Nations for purpose of any other applicable law limiting contributions. Approved December 31, 1970.