SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
REQUESTING THE GOVERNOR TO APPOINT A PROTOCOL COMMITTEE.
WHEREAS, Delaware, as the First State, has reason to be proud of its heritage and tradition; and
WHEREAS, the citizens of Delaware are deeply aware of human dignity; and
WHEREAS, the Governor of Delaware, by his example of statesmanship and courtesy has shown his awareness of human values;
BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the 123rd General Assembly, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that the General Assembly of the State of Delaware requests the Governor to consider the appointment of a special committee to be attached to the Office of the Secretary of State. This committee might be composed of experienced citizens who are cognizant of the traditions of the State as a whole and the regions therein. The duties of this committee should be the composition of a set of suggestions governing official functions of the State of Delaware both for internal affairs and events having to do with guests in our State.
Approved May 3, 1965.