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Section: Public employees who served as members of general assembly, county prosecutor and elected or appointed city official; widows
Any public employee who is at least 70 years of age and who has served as a member of the General Assembly and as a county prosecutor and as an elected or appointed official of a city and which several services in the aggregate have been for upwards of 36 years and who shall be retired, upon application therefor, shall receive a pension for the remainder of his life from his last employer of not less than 3/4 of the salary which said employee was receiving at the time of his retirement. If, after his retirement and receipt of said pension, the said employee shall die leaving him surviving a widow, his said widow shall receive a widow's pension for the remainder of her life, equal to 1/2 of the salary which the said employee was receiving at the time of his retirement. In the event that the said employee shall die before retirement and leaving surviving him a widow, his said widow, upon application therefor, shall receive for the remainder of her life a widow's pension in an amount equal to 1/2 of the salary received by the said employee at the time of his death. Any pension payable under this act to a retired employee or to his widow shall be in lieu of the pension and insurance benefits which would accrue to the said employee and his widow under any retirement system established by the State or any of its political subdivisions. L.1962, c. 188, s. 1, eff. Dec. 7, 1962.
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