PRIVATE LAW 87-106-JULY 11, 1961
Private Law 87-104 AN ACT For the relief of Ido Enrico Cassandro.
r u l y l l, 1961 IH. R, 1602]
Be it enacted l>y the Senate and House of Representatives of the Ido United States of America in Congress assembled, That, for the pur- dro. E. Ca s B a nposes of sections 101(a) (27)(A) and 205 of the Immigration and 66 Stat. 166, 180. 8 u Nationality Act, the minor child, Ido Enrico Cassandro, shall be 1155. s e 1 1 0 1, held and considered to be the natural-born alien child of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Livaudais, citizens of the United States: Provided, That the natural parents of Ido Enrico Cassandro shall not, by virtue of such parentage, be accorded any right', privilege, or status under the Inmiigration and Nationality Act. Approved July 11, 1961.
Private Law 87-105 AN" ACT For the relief of Helen Tilford Lowery. Be it ewLcted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That sections 15 to 20, inclusive, of the Federal Employees' Compensation Act are hereby waived in favor of Helen Tilford Lowery, Cincinnati, Ohio, and her claim for compensation benefits arising out of radiation necrosis of both feet allegedly contracted as a result of the course of X-ray treatments whfle a student nurse at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, District of Columbia, from 1934 through 1938, shall be acted upon under the remaining provisions of such Act if she files such claim with the Bureau of Employees' Compensation, Department of Labor, within the six-month period which commences on the date of enactment of this Act: Provided, That no benefits shall accrue by reason of the enactment of this Act for any period prior to the date of its enactment except in the case of such medical or hospital expenditures which may be deemed to be reimbursable. Approved July 11, 1961.
July 11, 1961 [H. R. 1887]
Helen T. Lowery. 39 Stat. 746. 5 USC 765-770.
Private Law 87-106 AN ACT For the relief of Reoko Kawaguchi Moore. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, notwithstanding the provision of section 212(a) (23) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, Reoko Kawaguchi Moore may be issued a visa and admitted to the United States for permanent residence if she is found to be otherwise admissible under the provisions of that Act: Provided, That this exemption shall apply only to a ground for exclusion of which the Department of State or the Department of Justice had knowledge prior to the enactment of this Act. Approved July 11, 1961.
July 11, 1961 [H. R. 2155]
Reoko K. Moore. 70 Stat. 575. 8 USC 1182.