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[82 STAT. 1640]
[82 STAT. 1640]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968

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PROCLAMATION 3859-JULY 18, 1968

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NOW, THEREFORE, I, LYNDON B. JOHNSON, President of the United States of America, pursuant to Senate Joint Resolution 165, do hereby designate Sunday, August 11, 1968, as Family Reunion Day, and I urge all the people of the United States to support those actions that will strengthen the American family, and to celebrate this day with such ceremonies as will reemphasize our continuing belief that family life is the highest and most enduring product of our civilization. _ I N W I T N E S S WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this eighteenth day of July, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and sixty-eight, and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and ninety-third. luy%JU«iAHAl,*w<Ut- •

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Proclamation

Few men in history have contributed as much to their country and to the world as has General Dwight David Eisenhower. As Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in World War II, his leadership, resolution, and personal courage guided us to victory and to peace. Following World W a r II, he served as the first Supreme Allied Commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization forces in Europe, and demonstrated an unrivaled capacity to create a united military organization. During eight years as President of the United States, he enhanced his reputation as a leader of nations; a program of lasting international cooperation was inaugurated in his administration. General Eisenhower is recognized as one of the most popular and respected living Americans—admired and loved by his fellowmen not only as an outstanding military leader and statesman, but also as one whose character and high principles serve as a standard for all citizens. I t is fitting that on the occasion of General Eisenhower's 78th birthday on October 14, 1968, we pay tribute to this great American. To this end, the Congress, by a joint resolution approved July 18, 1968, has requested the President to designate the week of October 13, 1968, as Salute to Eisenhower Week. It is my pleasure to do so. NOW, THEREFORE, I, LYNDON B. JOHNSON, President of the United States of America, do hereby designate the week of October 13, 1968, as Salute to Eisenhower Week, and I call upon the people of the United States to observe that week with appropriate ceremonies and activities.