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H.J.Res. 687 (92nd): Joint resolution to authorize the President to designate the third Sunday in June of each year as Father’s Day


The text of the resolution below is as of Apr 24, 1972 (Passed Congress).


124                                          PUBLIC LAW 92-277-APR. 24, 1972                     [86   STAT.


                           Public Law 92-277
   April 24, 1972                                          AN ACT
     [S.3054]                      To amend the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962.

                              Be it eiiacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the
  Manpower                  United States of AmeHca in Congress assembled, That (a) section 310
Development and
Training Act of            of the Manpower Development and Training Act of 1962 (42 U.S.C.
196 2, amendment.          2620) is amended by striking out "1972" the first time it appears in
  82 Stat. 1352.
                           such section and inserting in lieu thereof "1973".
                              (b) Section 310 of the Manpower Development and Training Act
  76 Stat. 33.             of 1962 (42 U.S.C. 2620) is further amended by striking out the colon
                           and the following: '•^Provided, That no disbursement of funds shall be
                           made pursuant to the authority conferred under title I I of this Act
                           after December 30,1972".
  Certain U.S.                SEC. 2. All real property of the United States which was transferred
Postal Service
property, treat-           to the United States Postal Service and was, prior to such transfer,
ment.                      treated as Federal property for purposes of the Act of September 30,
  64 Stat. 1100.
  20 u s e 236.
                           1950 (Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress), shall continue to be
                           treated as Federal property for such purpose for two years beyond the
                           end of the fiscal year in which such transfer occurred.
                              Approved April 24, 1972.


                           Public Law 92-278
   April 24, 1972                                      JOINT RESOLUTION
  [H. J. R e s . 6 8 7 ]   To autliorize the President to designate tlie tliird Sunday in .June of eacli year
                                                           as Fatlier's Day.

                             Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  Father's Day.            States of America In Congress asseinbled. That the third Sunday in
  Designation
authorization.             June of each year is hereby designated as ""Father's Day". The Presi-
                           dent is authorized and requested to issue a proclamation calling on the
                           appropriate Government officials to display the flag of the L^nited
                           States on all Government buildings on such day, inviting the govern-
                           ments of the States and communities and the people of the L'nited
                           States to observe such day with appropriate ceremonies, and urging
                           our people to offer public and private expressions of such day to tlie
                           abiding love and gratitude which they bear for their fathers.
                             Approved April 24, 1972.


                           Public Law 92-279
  April 26, 1972                                              AN ACT
   [H. R. 9900]            To amend section 112 of tlie Internal Revenue Code of 19.54 to exclude from
                             gross income the entire amount of the compensation of members of the Armed
                             Forces of the United States and of civilian employees v^^ho are prisoners of
                             war, missing in action, or in a detained status during the Vietnam conflict.

                             Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
   Prisoners of            United States of America In Congress assembled, That section 112 of
war, Vietnam con-
flict.                     the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (relating to certain combat pay
   Income tax e x -        of members of the Armed Forces) is amended by adding at the end
clusion.
   68A Stat. 34;           thereof the following new subsection:
80 Stat. 1165.               " ( d ) PRISONERS or W A R , E T C .
   26 u s e 112.
                                    "(1) MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES.—Gross    income does not
                               include compensation received for active service as a member of
                               the Armed Forces of the United States for any month during any