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S.Con.Res. 139 (ats) Authorizing the use of the Capitol grounds for the dedication of the Japanese-American Memorial to Patriotism. [Agreed to Senate] ...
S. CON. RES. 138
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
September 21, 2004
Referred to the Committee on Government Reform
Commending John W. Kluge for his dedication and commitment to the
United States on the occasion of his 90th birthday.
Whereas John W. Kluge has combined a unique history of American entrepreneurship
with pioneering contributions to philanthropy, electronic education, and
television and radio broadcasting;
Whereas John W. Kluge is a dedicated patriot who served his country well as an
Army intelligence officer during World War II;
Whereas John W. Kluge's commitment to public service has made him one of the
most esteemed and generous benefactors of education, and has brought him
the admiration and gratitude of the people of the United States;
Whereas John W. Kluge's deep belief in human potential and creativity has
quietly helped extend educational opportunity through scholarships and
other support of important civic causes;
Whereas John W. Kluge's wise counsel and leadership as the founding chairman of
the Library of Congress's first private sector philanthropic
organization, the James Madison Council, have inspired many others to
join in support of the Library of Congress's programs and initiatives;
Whereas John W. Kluge has established an endowed program at the Library of
Congress to bring leading senior scholars and junior fellows from around
the world to the Library to use its great collections and to interact
with the members and staff of Congress;
Whereas John W. Kluge has generously supported the first Nobel-level award for
lifetime scholarly achievement in the study of the human sciences;
Whereas John W. Kluge has generously supported the creation of advanced training
for library leaders of the 21st century through a Leadership Development
Program at the Library of Congress; and
Whereas John W. Kluge has inspired the people of the United States by his
example of support for programs that educate and equip individuals for
responsible and productive citizenship: Now, therefore, be it
Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring),
(1) commends John W. Kluge for his dedication and
commitment to the United States;
(2) expresses, on the occasion of John W. Kluge's 90th
birthday, its sincere appreciation and admiration for his
example of philanthropy and public service to the people of the
United States; and
(3) directs the Secretary of the Senate to transmit a copy
of this resolution to John W. Kluge.
Passed the Senate September 20, 2004.
EMILY J. REYNOLDS,
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