H.Con.Res. 139 (101st): Authorizing the use of the rotunda of the Capitol for the lying in state of the remains ...

...of the late Honorable Claude Pepper.

101st Congress, 1989–1990. Text as of May 31, 1989 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—JUNE 6, 1989                         103 STAT. 2555

          CLAUDE PEPPER—LIE IN STATE IN                                  May3i.i989
                CAPITOL R O T U N D A                                   [H. Con. Res. 139]
  Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring),
That in recognition of the long and distinguished service rendered to
the Nation by Claude Pepper, a Representative from the State of
Florida and formerly a Senator from that State, his remains be
permitted to lie in state in the rotunda of the Capitol from June 1
until June 2, 1989, and the Architect of the Capitol, under the
direction of the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the
President pro tempore of the Senate, shall take all necessary steps
for the accomplishment of that purpose.
  Agreed to May 31, 1989.




           N E W YORK—1993 SUMMER WORLD                                  June 6, i989
                     UNIVERSITY GAMES                                   [S. Con. Res. 31]

Whereas the city of Buffalo has been endorsed by the United States
  Collegiate Sports Council to be the United States host city for the
  1993 summer World University Games;
Whereas Buffalo is competing with Shanghai, People's Republic of
  China, to host the Games;
Whereas Buffalo, through the Greater Buffalo Athletic Corporation,
  is applying to the International University Sports Federation to
  be the host city for the 1993 summer World University Games;
Whereas since 1923, the International University Sports Federation,
  which organizes, promotes, and administers the World University
  Games, has been recognized throughout the world as an outstand-
  ing organization dedicated to international collegiate amateur
  sports competition;
Whereas the World University Games have a long and dem-
  onstrated record as a premier international amateur sports event,
  second only to the Olympic games;
Whereas the World University Games exemplify the heritage of
  peace and good will associated with amateur sports competition;
Whereas the World University Games would be an exceptional
  opportunity for the athletes from the different nations of the
  world to share their cultures with each other and the citizens of
  the United States and New York;
Whereas the summer World University Games have never been
  held in the United States;
Whereas the 1993 summer World University Games would bring
  over 7,000 amateur athletes and several hundred thousand visi-
  tors to the United States: Now, therefore, be it
 Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring),
That the Congress—
       (1) supports the application of the Greater Buffalo Athletic
     Corporation to have Buffalo, New York, host the 1993 summer
     World University Games;