Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 27, 1974 · Page 13
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 13

Panama City, Florida
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
Page 13
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Military Pen»ton» Quest toned re me NEWS-HBRALti, Panama ( , Uy t >M». > ThurHday, .lunp21,.M WASHINGTON (UPl)-The/ Pentagon lists 104 congressmen holding reserve commissions on a'list updated white the Supreme Court pondered Its ruling this week sidesteplng whether congressmen can be reservists. The Pentagon warned that its figures may be somewhat out* dated, but said 15 Senators and Congressmen were receiving retirement pay. Another 20 were on the active standby reserves, which allows them to win "points" toward ressmen retirement. Twelve were on inactive reserves,* which "really only means they are,on a list" according to a Pentagon spokesman. Another 67 legislators are retired without pay, either because they are not eligible for retirement benefits, have not applied for them, or are not yet 60 years old. The Congressmen receiving pension benefits, according to the Pentagon's latest list, are: Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania and Sens. Hiram L. Fong, R-Hawaii; Barry Ooldwater, R-Ariz,, Edward Gurney, R-Fla., John J. Sparkman, D-Ala.,; Strom Thurmond, R'S.C.,; Howard W. Cannon, D-Nev.; Robert J. Dole, R-Kan. and Frank E. Moss, D-Utah. House Speaker Carl Albert, of Oklahoma, and Reps. William G. Bray, R-lnd.; Louis C. Wyman, R-N.H., Ray Roberts, D-Tex.; Olin E. Teague, D-Tex. and Joseph P. Vigorito, D-Pa. \ MOORE- I HANDLEY U, ,'.::.-./ * * * IT T Mil!! II "II Mill Mill ^ 7 • ..... T ~ . • - - —— \. : . • ;KA^U ix^Ajj 1 ij4£kxii) ^ V v,>, \ ; *\ , \V M DO YOUR OWN THING- SAVE! SHELF BRACKETS < Install anywhar* for addad ttoraga-bookthalvat, what* nott, (toraaa unit*. 8" brae- kau In gold, walnut or ill- war finish. 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Duncan-Wilson ReunionSloted CHIPLEY-The 26th annual Duncan-Wilson Reunion will be held July 7 at the New Home Methodist Church. Gathering at the long-established Washington County church south of Chlpley will be descendants of W.A. (Bill) Duncan. The elder Duncan homesteaded the area now bearing his name in the late 1800's. In the early 1900*s, Duncan served as postmaster with a portion of his residence being used as the post office. In addition, he raised cattle and sheep and ran a blacksmith shop. In those days, the community boasted two churches and a six-room school-quite an accomplishment for a settlement in that era. Duncan was the father of six boys and one daughter. The daughter, Ella, married a Wilson and she was the mother of four girls and three boys, v Organizers of the Duncan-Wilson reunion have invited not only relatives, but also friends and neighbors in the Duncan community as well as former residents of the area to participate in the reunion. Registration begins at 10 a.m. Gay Harrell will lead singing at 10:30. Florence Mashburn will present special awards at 11 a.m. and R.C. Taylor will deliver the sermon at 11:25. Participants will break bread together at noon and a business session and music by the Journeymen Quartet will round out the afternoon. Recognized will be the oldest direct descendant, the youngest direct descendant and the third generation family with the most children present. Each will receive a plaque in memory of the occasion. Engineers Call For Hearing A hearing has been called by the U.S. Corps of Engineers for tonight at the Beach Civic Center at 7 p.m. regarding plans for halting erosion on Panama City beaches. The Corps maintains that unless steps are taken soon the beach along a 16-mile strip from St. Andrews Bay to Phillips Inlet may eventually disappear exposing bulkheads and beach construction to direct wave attack from the Gulf. One plan calls for pumping three million cubic feet of sand onto the present beaches at an initial cost of $6.6 million. Corps officials assert this plan would provide maximum storm protection as well as recreational benefits. W.D. Pippin Reunion Set For July 4 The annual W.D. Pippin Family Reunion will be held July 4 at the Daffin Park Clubhouse. Members of the family have invited all friends and relatives to attend. The reunion is the 25th annual gathering in memory of Dav id and Sarah Pippin who homesteaded on White Oak Creek in Washington County. They were the parents of 14 children, 12 of whom are still living. The elder Pippins later moved to an area south of Chipley where their family was raised. Lunch will be served on the grounds at noon.

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