SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION No. 8
DECLARING THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL NOT MEET ON 8 MAY 1967 AND COMMENDING THE EFFORTS OF THOSE INVOLVED IN DOVER'S 250TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION.
WHEREAS, the Committee organizing Dover's 250th Anniversary Celebration has set aside Monday, 8 May 1967, as Military Day and in connection therewith intends to have an extensive display of military hardware in the area of the mall in front of the Legislative Hall and expects a considerable number of people to be on hand to view said displays; and
WHEREAS, were the General Assembly to meet on said day, the visitors viewing said display would have difficulty finding available parking spaces in the area of the Legislative Hall; and
WHEREAS, the members of the Committee organizing Dover's 250th Anniversary Celebration, together with all their subcommittees and other interested citizens working with them have done a truly remarkable job in fostering this celebration to the overall credit of our State and its citizens and have thereby directed most favorable attention to our history, traditions and general position among the States of the Union;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Senate of the 124th General Assembly, the House of Representatives concurring therein, that the General Assembly will not meet for sessions of the respective Houses of the General Assembly on Monday, 8 May 1967;
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Senate of the 124th General Assembly, the House of Representatives concurring therein, by the passage hereof do hereby commend the noble and self-sacrificing efforts of the members of the Committee organizing Dover's 250th Anniversary Celebration, together with all their subcommittees and all other interested citizens cooperating with them, for the truly magnificent work they have clone to date and do wish them every hope for success in their efforts leading up to the consummation of this worthy undertaking.
Approved May 8, 1967.