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1>Ro0LAMA·r1oNs, 1926. 2629 approved March 1, 1911 (36 Stat., 961), as amended June 7, 1924 (43 Stat., 653); and ( 1 Whereas, it aplpears that the dpublic good will be promoted by including said lan s and other lan s in suc areas within the Ouachita N ationa Forest; ( I · _ ' » Now, Therefore, I, CALVIN COOLIDGE, President of the United $;§f§";f¥,g§; States of America, by virtue of the power. in me vested ”by section ' eleven of the aforesaid act and ly the act of Congress apgroved Vel.36,p.36. June 4, 1897 (30 Stat., 11 at 34 an 36), do proclaim that the ound— aries of the Ouachita National Forest are hereby changed to include the areas indicated as additions upon the diagram hereto annexed and forming a part hereof. ~ c .' · . . > _ _ The withdrawal made by this proclamation shall, as to all lands ,¤€§§f,_"‘““·°”··”°‘ which are at this date legally appropriated imder the public land laws or reserved for any publicpurpose, be subgact to, and shall not interfere with or defeat egal rights under suc_ appropriation, nor revent the use for such public purpose of lands so reserved, so ibng as such appropriation is legally maintained, or such reservation remains in force. . In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be aiiixed. ( I _ ‘ _ ` Done at the City of Washington this 28th day of October‘in the . year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and, twenty; {SEAL] » six. and .of the Indegsndence of the United_States of ( America the one hun ed and fifty-Hrst. _ ‘ Q Canvm Coomnom By the.President:l _ . FRANK·B Ksuoee Secretary of State. Br rmi Pnssmmwr or me Umrmn Sryrssp or Ausnrca " A PROCLAMATION As a Nation and as individuals we have passed another twelve ingi`°°h°m°° Dm months in the favor or the Almighty. He hassmiled upon our fields *"°‘“‘*"°· and they have brought forth plentifully; business has prospered; industries have iiouris ed, and labor has been well ernployedi f ·Whlle sections Act our coimtry have been visited_by disasterywe have been sparedanygreat national calamity or pestilential visitation;. `We are bessed among·the‘Nations of the earth. ‘ · ‘ '; ‘_ * . Our moral and spiritual life has keipt measure with our_ niaterial prosperity. We are not unmindful o the gratitude we owe to 'God or His watchful care which has Pointed out to us the ways of peace and ha{ppiness`;’we should not ail in our aclniowledgrnent o His divine avor which has bestowed upon us so many blessings. Neither should we be forgetful of thoseamong us who, throughstress of cir- cumstances, are less fortunately place , but by deeds of charity make our acknowledlgment more acceptable in His sight., _ _ _ · Wherefore, , Calvin Coolidge,.President of the United States, do ,Q"}‘,}§f"$,;,,1Y;,‘;§,‘jg{'g°§§ herebg set apart Thursday, the twenty-fifth dayof November next 'i`¤¤¤¤¢*vi¤¤ my- as a ay of general thanksgiving and prayer, and I recommend that on that day the people sha cease from their daily work, and in their homes or in their accustomed places of worship, devoutly give thanks