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[80 STAT. 1718]
[80 STAT. 1718]
PRIVATE LAW 89-000—MMMM. DD, 1966

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS-APR. 4, 1966

[80 STAT.

April 4, 1966

[s. Con. Res. 71]

U T A H; S ELECTION FOR 1972 W I N T E R O L Y M P I C GAMES

Whereas Utah has been chosen by the United States Olympic Committee as the United States nominee for site of the 1972 winter Olympic games; and Whereas broadened participation in winter Olympics by nearly all nations as well as the increasing attendance at winter Olympics by sports lovers from all over the world is serving to further international good will; and Whereas Utah's spectacular natural and manmade winter sports facilities uniquely qualify it as the location of the winter Olympic games; and Whereas Salt Lake City is both a national and international transportation hub; and Whereas Salt Lake City also offers ample excellent hotel and motel accommodations only half an hour's drive on all-weather roads to several winter sports sites: Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate {the House of Representatives concurring)^ That the Congress hereby expresses its approval of the selection of the United States Olympic Committee and supports its recommendation to the International Olympic Committee meeting in April of this year in Italy, that the State of Utah be designated as the site for the 1972 winter Olympic games. Agreed to April 4, 1966.

April 6, 1966 [H. Con. Res. 625]

ADJOURNMENT

Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring), That when the House adjourns on Thursday, April 7, 1966, it stand adjourned until 12 o'clock meridian, Monday, April 18, 1966, and that when the Senate adjourns on Thursday, April 7, 1966, it stand adjourned until 12 o'clock meridian, Wednesday, April 13, 1966. P a s s e d April 6, 1966.

May 19, 1966

[H. Con. Res. 587] Presidential proclamation.

W A T E R L O O, N. Y., B I R T H P L A C E O F MEMORIAL DAY

Resolved by the House of Representatives {the Senate concurring)^ That the Congress of the United States, in recognition of the patriotic tradition set in motion one hundred years ago in the village oi Waterloo, Xew York, does hereby officially recognize Waterloo, New York, as the birthplace of Memorial Day, and authorizes and requests the President to issue, prior to May 30, 1966, an appropriate proclamation calling the attention of all citizens to the centennial anniversary of the first observance of Memorial Day in Waterloo, New York. P a s s e d May 19, 1966.