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S.J.Res. 298 (98th): A joint resolution to proclaim the month of July 1984 as “National Ice Cream Month” and July 15, 1984, as “National Ice Cream Day”.


The text of the resolution below is as of Jul 2, 1984 (Passed Congress).


98 STAT. 290                             PUBLIC LAW 98-333—JULY 2, 1984

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                   98th Congress                                    ^ -
                                                Joint Resolution ^—^^^^^
 July 2, 1984      To proclaim the month of July 1984 as "National Ice Cream Month" and July 15,
[S.J. Res. 298]                          1984, as "National Ice Cream Day".

                  Whereas ice cream is a nutritious and wholesome food enjoyed by
                    over 90 per centum of the people of the United States;
                  Whereas the ice cream industry with approximately $3,500,000,000
                    in annual sales provides jobs for thousands of citizens and uses
                    nearly 10 per centum of the milk produced by United States dairy
                    farmers, thereby contributing substantially to the economic well-
                    being of the Nation's dairy industry; and
                  Whereas ice cream enjoys a reputation as the perfect dessert and
                    snack food, and over eight hundred and eighty-seven million
                    gallons of ice cream were consumed in the United States in 1983:
                    Now, therefore, be it
                    Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
                  States of America in Congress assembled. That July 1984, is hereby
                  proclaimed as "National Ice Cream Month", and July 15, 1984, as
                  "National Ice Cream Day", and the President is authorized and
                  requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the
                  United States to observe ice cream month and ice cream day with
                  appropriate ceremonies and activities.

                      Approved July 2, 1984.




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                    LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—S.J. Res. 298:
                    CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 130 (1984):
                        June 8, considered and passed Senate.
                        June 26, considered and passed House.