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[83 STAT. 899]
[83 STAT. 899]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1969

83 STAT. ]

899

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS-APR. 29, 1969 HARRY S. TRUMAN-EIGHTY-FIFTH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY

April 25, 1969 [H. Con. R e s. 216]

Re-solved by the llou>^e of Re/n-e.scufat'n'ex [the Setiate concin-nng), B t That the Conitrress of the r n i t e d States hereby extends to the Honora- frome sC ow igsrh e s. n ess hle Harry S. Tniinan, HHd President of the United States, its best wishes on the occasion of his H.5th birthday, May S, 1S)B1). SEC. 2. The Congress expresses its appreCiation to President Truman for his distin<rnished service as United States Senator, as Vice President of the Tnited States and as l^resident of the United States (hiring-the period from ll)^>5 to 11).5H. SEC. H. The Conoress expi-esses its appreciati()n foi' Pi-esident Truman's determined and firm jjobcies in respect to foreign alrairs which, with invahiable bipartisan snpport, (1) helped in the innnediate years after AVorld War II to reconstruct a ravaged and weakened Western Europe; (2) firndy set the face of the United States against aggression in both Europe and Asia; and (8) provide(l desperately needed technical aid and other assistance in the best tradition of American generosity to developing nations struggling to create free and 2)rosperous and deuKK'ratic conditions for their peoples. SEC. 4. The Congress further recognizes that President Truman no less heeded the plight of all Americans whom prosperity and justice had passed by and that he boldly advocated programs designed to translate the promise of a bountiful America into fulHllment for each and every American. Copy SEC..5. A copy of this concurrent resolution of the Congress of the Truman.to Harry United States shall be promptly transmitted to the distinguished "Man from Inde]>endence,*" Harry S. Truman. P a s s e d April 25, 1969.

" THE NOMINATION OF GOVERNOR WALTER J. HICKEL, O F ALASKA, TO BE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR"

UeHolced by the tSetiate [the IIouHe of Repre-'ientatAvefi eoncurnng). That there be printed for the use of the Senate Committee on Interior and Insidar Affairs five thousand copies of a compilation of parts 1 and 2 of the hearings entitled The Nomination of Governor Walter J. Hickel, of.Vlaska, to be Secretary of the Interior" held January ir>-18, and IS, 20, 1060. Agreed to April 29, 1969. '

SURVEY OF THE ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS-COMPILATION OF STUDIES

Renol'oed by the l^enute {the House of RepresentutiveH concur ring) ^ That there shall be printed as a Senate document a compilation of the studies on the Survey of the Alliance for Progress prepared at the request of the Subcommittee on American Republics Affairs, Committee on Foreign Relations, and the hearings held relating thereto, with illustrations. SEC. 2. There shall be printed three thousand additional copies of such Senate document. Such additional copies shall be for the use of the (>)mmittee on Foreign Relations. Agreed to April 29, 1969. •

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April 29, 1969 [S. Con. R e s. 5] Printing of copies.

April 29, 1969 [S. Con. R e s. 15]

Printing a s Senate document.

Additional copies.