Reubin Askew Inauguration Program

Reubin Askew Inauguration Program

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GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA

IN GOD WE TRUST

Official Inaugural Program

January 5, 1971


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GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA

IN GOD WE TRUST

Official Inaugural Program

January 5, 1971


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GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA

IN GOD WE TRUST

Inauguration of Reubin O'Donovan Askew as Governor

Thomas Burton Adams as Lieutenant Governor

Of The State of Florida

January 7, 1971


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Progress Through People

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GREAT SEAL OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA

IN GOD WE TRUST

Great Seal Of The State of Florida


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The Governor

Governor Reubin O'Donovan Askew was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma on September 11, 1928. He was one of six children.

In 1937, his family moved to Pensacola, where he entered the Escambia County Public School System. Reubin Askew is proud that he learned to assume responsibility at the early age of nine when he worked not only to help support himself, but contributed to the family as well. When he graduated from high school at 17, Askew entered the army as a private in the paratroopers and when separated from the service, he was a sergeant.

He then entered Florida State University where he also continued his military career by joining the ROTC. While at FSU, he was elected student body president. He graduated with a B.S. degree and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Air Force. After to additional years of active duty in the Air Force, Captain Askew was admitted to the University of Florida Law School. In 1956, he received his LL. B. Degree.

Almost immediately, he began his public service career by accepting an appointment as Assistant County Solicitor of Escambia County. He was elected to the House of Representatives in 1958 and to the State Senate in 1962. He is the recipient of many honors, among them the award by the State Jaycees as "One of Floria's Five Outstanding Young Men, 1960"; election by the Legislative Press Corps as "One of the Ten Outstanding House Members, 1961"; "One of the Fourt Outstanding Senators in 1965 and 1967 Senates," and runner up in the St. Petersburg Times Poll for "Most Valualble Member in 1965 Senate."

In the Senate, Askew was Chairman of the Appropriations Committee and the Senate Committee on Constitutional Amendments and Revision and worked vigourously for fair apportionment in both the House and Senate.

His many community services include being a past president of the Western Division of Children's Home Society of Florida, past member of the Board of Directors of the Florida Association for Retarded Children, the Farm Bureau, Escambia County Tuberculosis and Health Association, YMCA, American Legion, Heart Association and United Fund. He is Mason and Rotarian.

He is married to the former Donna Lou Harper of Sanford, Florida and the couple has two children, Angela Adair and Kevin O'Donovan.

Governor Askew is an elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Pensacola.


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[Picture of]

The First Lady

[Picture of]

The First Family


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The Lieutenant Governor

Tom Adams, Florida's Tenth Lieutenant Governor, is a native Floridian, born in Jacksonville on March 11, 1917. The son of a prominent attorney, his parents, Thomas B. Adams and Carolyn H. Adams, were prominent in the professional, civic, ans social life of Florida. The Adams family is direcrly descended from the Adams of Massachusetts, Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, and Samuel Adams.

Tom Adams graduated from the public schools of Jacksonville and then The Hill Prepartory School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. In 1940 he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in prelaw from the University of Michigan and later attended law school at the Univeristy of Detroi and the Univeristy of Florida. While at Michigan, he was elected to more positions of leadership and received more honors and awards than any other student in the previous history of the Univeristy.

Tom Adams is the recipient of honorary doctorate degrees from the Florida Institute of Technology in 1962 and Trinity College in 1964. He holds honorary memberships in Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Theta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Gold Key at Florida State Univeristy and Blue Key at the University of Florida. Since 1965, he has been a Trustee of the Florida Institute of Technology. In 1967, Tom Adams was awarded the Order of San Carlos by the Republic of Colombia, the highest award that nation bestows upon a foreigner. He is a member of the Baptist Church and has served as a deacon. Sunday School superintendent and teacher.

Prior to his election to the Florida Senate in 1956, Tom Adams operated a large dairy and later was engaged in timber brokerage, farming and property management. While serving in the Senate, Senator Adams was voted by his colleagues as the
Most Outstanding Freshman Senator" during the 1957 session. In the 1959 legislative session, he was honored as the "Most Valuable Member of the Legislature." During both sessions Senator Adams was elected as the "Senator Contributing Most to Agriculture."

In 1960, Tom Adams was elected Florida's Fifteenth Secretary of State. For three consecutive bienniums he was named by the Legislature and selected to received the Allen Morris Award as the "Most Effective Administrator of a State Agency."

He is married to the former Helen Frances Brown of Jacksonville. They have three daughters" Carolyn Adams DeHaven, Augusta Adams Bird, and Frances Lee Adams, as well as two granddaughters, Carolyn Lee DeHaven and Abigail Bird.

Throughout his entire career he has maintained an active and participating interest in many local, state and national civic, fraternla, and conservation groups, associations and societies, both public and private.


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The Executive Cabinet

[Pictures of] Richard (Dick) Stone, Secretary of State

Robert L. (Bob) Shevin, Attorney General

Fred. O. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., Comptroller

Thomas D. O'Malley, Treasurer

Floyd T. Christian, (Commissioner of Education)

Doyle Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture

Richard (Dick) Stone, sixteenth Secretary of State of the State of FLorida, missed bing a Florida native by one month. Born September 22, 1928, in New York City, Stone's parents, Alfred and Lily moved to Florida in November of that Year.

In 1949 he received an A.B. Degree (cum laude) in Economics from Harvard. He then entered Columbia Univeristy Law School and was graduated from there in 1954.

Dick Stone was City Attorney for the City of Miami from 1966 through 1967 when he reisgned that position to run and was elected, to a one-year term in the Florida Senate. He was re-elected to a one-year term in the Florida Senate. He was re-elected to a four year term in 1968.

Mrs. Stone is the former Mariene Singer.

Robert L. (Bob) Shevin, Democrat, Senator 43rd District (Dade), attorney. Born January 19, 1934, Miami, Fla. Education: University of Florida, B.A., 1955. University of Miami, Juris Doctor, 1957, Magna Cum Laude. Souther Collegiate Debate Champion, Florida Blue Key, Hall of Fame, president Student Bar Association, president Bar and Gavel Legal Society, State Moot Court CHampion. Married Myrna Bressack, Miami. Children: Laura, Hilary, Harry. Church: Jewish, Military Service. U.S. Army Reserve, Captain. Affiliations: Florida State Committee on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice, Iron Arrow honorary. Legislative Service: House of Representatives, 1964-1966. Elected to Senate 1866, re elected 1967, 1968. Highlights: Allen Morris award "Most Outstanding First Session Member 1965 House of Represenatives"; selected by Florida Jaycees as Outstanding Young Man of Florida 1969.

Fred O. (Bud) DIckinson, Jr., 25th Comptroller of Florida, was born in West Palm Beach on March 28, 1922.

He was educated in Palm Beach County schools, the University of Florida and Stetson University College of Law. He is a decorated Marine veteran.

Comptroller Dickinson served in the House and Senate. He was twice elected Comptroller by history making margins. He organized The Florida Council of 100 and is Vice President of his National Association.

Comptroller Dickinson has projected Florida's fiscal soundness and economic strength and growth in New York and other major domestic and foreign money markets. He has received national recognition as a fiscal leader in State Government.

Comprtoller Dickinson and his wife, the former Mildred (Boots) Goddard, have five children.

Thomas D. O'Malley will serve as Florida's 18th State Treasuerer following a family tradition of public service. He is the grandson of the former Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin and the son of Thomas D. O'Malley, St., a former United States Congressman.

Born in Washington D.C., in 1933 Tom O'Malley enlisted in the Marine Corps, servicng as a sergeant in Korea at 18.

In 1964, two years after receiving his LL.B. from the University of Miami, he took office as a Dad County Commissioner. Re-elected without opposition in 1968, he also served as Vice Mayor of Metropolitan Dade County.

Active in many civic clubs and professional associations, the Miami attorney is married to the former Mary J. Aquilina; they have three children: Thoas Anthony, 15; Susan Ann, 13 and Timothy Patrick, 11.

Floyd T. Christian, national education leader, is Florida's 16th Chief State School Officer.

Christian has served as teacher, school administrator and superintendent of public instruction in Pinellas County, becoming Florida's first appointive county superintendent in 1957. He held his position until appointed to his present office in October 1965 to complete the unexpired terms of Thomas D. Bailey, who resigned. Christian has twice been re-elected. His career as an educator was interrupted by five years of distinguished service World War II.

Christian is president of the COuncil of Chief State School Officers and holds honorary memberships in many national organizations- National Education Association, National Congress of Parents and Teachers and many others.

Born in Bessemer, Alabama, 1914. Father of three.

Doyle Conner is Florida's Seventh Commissioner of Agricultre. He was born in Starke, Florida on December 17, 1928

Commissioner Conner attended Bradford County schools and is a graduate of the University of Florida.

In 1950 at the age of 21, he was elected to the House of Representatives. At the age of 28, Doyle Conner became the youngest person to serve as Speaker of the House.

Doyle Conner was first elected Commissioner of Agriculture in 1960 and he has been re elected at each subsequent election.

Commissioner Conner was honored recently when he was elected president of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture and president of the University of Florida Alumni Association.

Mrs. Conner is the former Johnnie Bryany Bennett of Marianna. They have three children.

 


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Inaugural Program

9:45 A.M.

OFFICIAL AND MILITARY ESCROT arrives at the Governor's Mansion to accompany Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr., Governor-elect Reubin O'D. Askew, Lieutenant Governor Ray C. Osborne, and their wives, and Lieutenant Governor-elect Tom Adams to the Capitol.

STATE AND FEDERAL OFFICIALS and Distinguished Guests begin arriving at the Capitol and taking places reservced for them on the Inaugural Platform or the Reserved Seat Section.

GOVERNOR AND MRS. CLAUDE R. KIRK, JR., GOVERNOR-ELECT AND MRS. REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND MRS. RAY C. OSBORNE AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR-ELECT TOM ADAMS with their Official and Military Escrot arrive at the Capitol and are joined in the rotunda by Members of Public Service Commission, Members of the Cabinet, Justices of the Supreme Court of FLorida, and their wives, after which they proceed to the Inaugural Platform.

10:30 A.M.

INAUGURAL CEREMONIES AT THE CAPITOL

HONORABLE LAWTON CHILES, U.S. SENATOR-ELECT, MASTER OF CEREMONIES

NATHIONAL ANTHEM- Mr. Chalres Britt.

INVOCATION- The Most Reverend Coleman F. Carroll, Archbishop of the Arch Diocese of FLorida, Miami, Florida.

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS- Honorable Lawton Chiles, U.S. Senator-elect.

ADDRESS- Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr.

VOCAL SOLO- "Suwannee River"- Miss Adria B. Firestone' Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair of 1971.'

ADMINISTRATION OF THE OATH OF OFFICE TO Honorable William T. Mayo, Public Service Commissioner and Honorable William H. Bevis, Public Service Commissioner, by Honorable B. K. Roberts, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Florida.

ADMINISTRATION OF THE OATH OF OFFICE TO Honorable Doyle Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture, by honorable B.K. Roberts, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Florida.

ADMINISTRATION OF THE OATH OF OFFICE TO Honorable Floyd T. Christian, Commissioner of Education, by Honorable B.K. Roberts, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Florida.

ADMINISTRATION OF THE OATH OF OFFICE TO Honorable Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., Comptroller, by Honorable B. K. Roberts, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Florida.

ADMINISTRATION OF THE OATH OF OFFICE TO Honorable Robert L. Shevin, Attorney General-elect, by Honorable B. K. Roberts, Chief Justice, Supremem Court of Florida.


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The Supreme Court

[Pictures of]

B.K. ROBERTS, Chief Justice

RICHARD W. ERVIN, Justice

VASSAR B. CARLTON, Justice

JAMES C. ADKINS, JR., Justice

JOSEPH A. BOYD, JR., Justice

DAVID L. McCain, Justice

HAL P. DEKLE, Justice

In Memoriam

Campbell Thornal, Justice

May 9, 1955- November 4, 1970


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The Public Service Commission

[Pictures of]

WILLIAM T. "BILL" MAYO

JESS YARBOROUGH

WILLIAM H. "BILL" BEVIS


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[Pictures of]

JERRY THOMAS, President of the Senate

WILBUR H. BOYD, President Pro Tem

The Senate

DISTRICT

1 JOHN R. BROXSON, Gulf Breeze

2 W.D. CHILDERS, Pensacola

3 WILLIAM DEAN BARROW, Crestview

4 DEMPSEY J. BARRON, Panama City

5 MALLORY E. HORNE, Tallahassee

6. W. E. BISHOP, Lake City

7 BOB SAUNDERS, Gainesville

8 LEW BRANTHLEY, Jacksonville

9 LYNWOOD ARNOLD, Jacksonville

10 DAN SCARBOROUGH, Jacksonville

11 C. W. (BILL) BEAUFORT, Jacksonville

12 VERLE A. POPE, St. Augustine

13 J. H. (JIM) WILLIAMS, Ocala

14 FREDERICK B. KARL, Daytona Beach

15 C. WELBORN DANIEL, Clermont

16 KENNETHE PLANTE, Oviedo

17 JOHN L. DUCKER, Orlando

18 BILL GUNTER, Orlando

19 JOHN T. WARE, St. Petersburg

20 HAROLD S. WILSON, Clearwater

21 HENRY B. SAYLER, St. Petersburg

22 RICHARD J. DEEB, St. Petersburg

23 RAY C. KNOPKE, Tampa

24 DAVID H. McCLAIN, Tampa

25 T. TRUETT OTT, Tampa

26 LOUIS DE LA PARTE, JR., Tampa

27 ALAN TRASK, Fort Meade

28 BOB BRANNEN, Lakeland

29 BETH JOHNSON, Cocoa Beach

30 C. S. "CLIFF" REUTER, Titusville

31 WILBUR H. BOYD, Palmetto

32 WARREN S. HENDERSON, Sarasota

33 PHILIP D. (PHIL) LEWIS, West Palm Beach

34 TOM JOHNSON, Riviere Beach

35 JERRY THOMAS, Riviera Beach

36 DAVID C. LANE, Fort Lauderdale

37 CHARLES H. WEBER, Fort Lauderdale

38 JOHN W. (JACK) BELL, Fort Lauderdale

39 CHESTER W. (CHET) STOLZENBURG, Ft. Lauderdale

40 EDMOND J. GONG, Miami

41 ROBERT M. HAVERFIELD, Miami

42 LEE WEISSENBORN, Miami

43 GERALD A. LEWIS, Miami

44 GEORGE L. HOLLAHAN, JR., South Miami

45 KENNETH M. MYERS, Miami

46 RALPH R. POSTON, Miami

47 DICK FINCHER, Miami

48 ROBERT GRAHAM, Miami Lakes


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[Pictures of]

RICHARD A. PETTIGREW, Speaker of the House

EUGENE F. SHAW, Speaker Pro Tem

The House

DISTRICT

1 ROY L. HESS, Pensacola

2 GORDON W. TYRELL, Pensacola

3 TOM TOBIASSEN, Pensacola

4 JIM REEVES, Pensacola

5 EDMOND M. FORTUNE, Pace

6 HENTON D. (H.D.) ELMORE, Crestivew

9 JOE CHAPMAN, Panama City

10 R. D. (BOB) WOODWARD, JR., QUINCY

11 WAYNE MIXSON, Marianna

12 MILEY MIERS, Tallahassee

13 DONALD L. TUCKER, Tallahassee

14 JACK BURKE, JR., Perry

15 HOWELL LANCASTER, Trenton

16 EUGENE F. SHAW, Starke

17 WAYNE HOLLINGSWORTH, Lake City

18 HUGH J. GRAINGER, JR., Jacksonville

19 TED ALVAREZ, Jacksonville

20 CARL OGDEN, Jacksonville

21 BILL BIRCHFIELD, Jacksonville

22 JOHN E. SANTORA, JR., Jacksonville

23 JOHN R. FORBES, Jacksonville

24 JOSEPH G. KENNELY, JR., Jacksonville

25 R. EARL DIXON, Jacksonville

26 J. WERTZ NEASE, Jacksonville

27 DON NICHOLS, Jacksonville

28 HARRY WESTBERRY, Jacksonville

29 RALPH D. TURLINGTON, Gainesville

30 KENNETH H. MacKay, JR., Ocala

31 BILL ANDREWS, Gainesville

32 L. E. "GENE" BROWN, Tavares

33 JAMES A. GLISSON, Eustis

34 A. H. (GUS) CRAIG, St. Augustine

35 WILLIAM R. CONWAY, Ormond Beach

36 JAMES H. SWEENY, JR., DeLand

37 WILLIAM G. GILLESPIE, New Smyrna Beach

38 EUGENE C. MOONEY, Orlando

39 HARVEY W. MATTHEWS, Orlando

40 BILL FULFORD, Orlando

41 WALTER SIMS, Orlando

42 WILLIAM D. GORMAN, Winter Park

43 LEWIS S. EARLE, Maitland

44 ROBERT C. MILBURN, Winter Park

45 WILLIAM L. GIBSON, Orlando

46 JOHN J. SAVAGE, Redington Beach

47 MARY R. GRIZZLE, Clearwater

48 ROGER H. WILSON, St. Petersburg

49 JACK MURPHY, Clearwater

50 ED. S. WHITSON, Jr., Clearwater

51 A. S. (JIM) ROBINSON, St. Petersburg

52 DONALD R. CRANE, JR., St. Petersburg

53 WILLIAM H. FLEECE, St. Petersburg

54 DENNIS McDONALD, St. Petersburg

55 JOHN R. CLARK, Lakeland

56 LARRY LIBERTORE, Lakeland

57 RAY MATTOX, Winter Haven

58 QUILLAN S. YANCEY, Lakeland

59 FRED JONES, Auburndale

60 ED BLACKBURN, JR., Temple Terrace, Tampa

61 JAMES L. REDMAN, Plant City

62 GUY SPICOLA, Tampa

63 ELVIN L. MARTINEZ, Tampa

64 JULIAN B. LANE, Tampa

65 TERRELL SESSUMS, Tampa

66 JOHN L. RYALS, Brandon

67 PAUL W. DANAHY, JR., Tampa

68 RICHARD S. HODES, Tampa

69 JOHN R. CULBREATH, Brooksville

70 TOMMY STEVENS, Dade City

71 JACK SHREVE, Merritt Island

72 F. EUGUENE TUBBS, Rockledge

73 JANE W. ROBINSON, Merritt Island

74 WILLAIM E. POWELL, Indialantic

75 CHARLES "CHUCK" NERGARD, Ft. Pierce

76 DONALD H. REED, JR., Boca Raton

77 JACK M. POORBAUGH, Delray Beach

78 DONALD F. HAZELTON, West Palm Beach

79 RAYMOND J. MOUDRY, West Palm Beach

80 RUSSELL E. SYKES, North Palm Beach

81 DAVID C. CLARK, North Palm Beach

82 DAVE SMITH, Pompano Beach

83 GEORGE WILLIAMSON, Fort Lauderdale

84 GEORGE L. CALDWELL, Fort Lauderdale

85 WILLIAM G. ZINKIL, Hollywood

86 JON C. THOMAS, Fort Lauderdale

87 JOEL K. GUSTAFSON, Fort Lauderdale

88 VAN B. POOLE, Fort Lauderdale

89 EDWARD J. TROMBETTA, Fort Lauderdale

90 MAXINE E. BAKER, Miami

91 RICHARD R. RENICK, South Miami

92 GEORGE FIRESTONE, Coral Gables

93 DICK CLARK, Coral Gables

94 LEW WHITWORTH, Miami Lakes

95 MURRAY H. DUBBIN, Miami

96 GWENDOLYN S. CHERRY, Miami

97 RICHARD A. PETTIGREW, Miami

98 SANDY D'ALEMBERTE, Miami

99 JOE LAND KERSHAW, Miami

100 WALTER S. SACKETT, JR., Miami

101 HAROLD G. FEATHERSTONE, Hialeah

102 VERNON CARLYLE HOLLOWAY, Miami

103 CARL A. SINGLETON, Coral Gables

104 ROBERT C. HECTOR, Miami

105 SHERMAN S. WINN, North Miami

106 ROBERT C. HARTNETT, Miami

107 GEORGE IRA BAUMGARTNER, North Miami

108 MARSHALL S. HARRIS, Miami

109 JEFF D. GAUTIER, Miami

110 CAREY MATTHEWS, Miami Beach

111 LOUIS WOLFSON II, Miami Beach

112 TED RANDELL, Fort Myers

113 J. LORENZO WALKER, Naples

114 FRED TITTLE, Tavernier

115 JOHN HARLLEE, Bradenton

116 TOM GALLEN, Bradenton

117 JIM K. TILLMAN, Sarasota

118 ROBERT M. JOHNSON, Sarasota

119 GRANVILLE H. CRABTREE, JR., Sarasota

 

 


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Inaugural Executive Committee

[Picture of]

General Chairman, HON. DAVID T. KENNEDY, Mayor of Miami

Chairman of Inaugural Committee, WILLIAM "CURT" SMITH

Honorary Chairman, FRANK SHAW, JR.

Executive Director, HAZEL TALLEY EVANS, Democratic National Committee Woman of Florida

Treasuerer, WILLIAM McABEE

JULIAN RUTLEDGE ALFORD

RAINEY CAWTHON

ANNE CRAMER, Chairman, Democratic Executive Committee of Florida

FRED DRAKE, JR.

JOSEPH FRANKLIN

MRS. I. B. HARRISON

MACK HUMPHREY

GARY LANHAM

PAYNE MIDYETTE, JR.

JOE NAHOOM

FRED WOMBLE

 


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Committees

ARRANGMENTS AND CEREMONIES COMMITTEE

MR. AND MRS. PAYNE MIDYETTE, JR., Chairman

MR. AND MRS. C. DUBOSE AUSLEY, Co-Chairman

Mr. and Mrs. James Apthorp

Mr. and Mrs. Colin English, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Garmany

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Gray, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Groomes

Mr. and Mrs. Horry Hair

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hogan

Mr. and Mrs. George Jennings

Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Kirk

Mr. and Mrs. Deeno Kitchen

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leverette

Dr. and Mrs. Jack MacDonald

Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Marshall

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moor

Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Perry, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Proctor

Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Smith

Dr. and Mrs. Mode Stone

Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Thomas

Dr. and Mrs. Fred Turner

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Weeks

Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whittier

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Syde P. Deeb

INAUGURAL BALL COMMITTEE

MR. AND MRS. F. JOSEPH NAHOOM, Chairman

MR. AND MRS. JUDD CHAPMAN, Co-Chairman

MR. AND MRS. JULIAN V. SMITH, Co-Chairman

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT H. BRYSON, Sub-Committee Coordinators

Miss Patsy R. Anderson

Dr. and Mrs. Mark Barrera

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Beaudoin

Dr. Guinar K. Bosch

Mr. and Mrs. Ruel L. Bradley, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Larry Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Carter

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cates

Mrs. Alice Chambers

Dr. and Mrs. John E. Champion

Mrs. J. V. Chapman

Mr. and Mrs. James N. Cox

Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Curry

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Daniel

Dr. and Mrs. Laurie L. Dozier, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duffee, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Everhart

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Fleet

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ford

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Franklin

Mr. and Mrs. James N. Gainey

Dr. Jaunita M. Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gould

Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Green, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hadi

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie R. Hafner

Dr. and Mrs. I. B. Harrison

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hart, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Haskell

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hogan

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hugli

Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Humphress

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus O. Jefferson

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus O. Jefferson

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Johnson

Mrs. Dorothy Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm B. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ketcham

Mr. and Mrs. Deeno Kitchen

Miss Louise Lang

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Love, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mautz

Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Marshall

Mrs. Doris McAllister

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCollum

Dr. and Mrs. J. B. MacDonald

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McNeilly

Dr. and Mrs. Miley Miers

Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Monfort

Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Mustian

Miss Janet Nahoom

Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Nahoom

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Owens

Mrs. Carol Parks

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Parrish, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Patridge

Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Perry, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pratt

Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Proctor

Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Riherd

Mr. and Mrs. O.D. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rounds

Mr. and Mrs. Burk Sauls

Mr. Joseph P. Schuck

Mr. Whit Seabrook

Dr. and Mrs. John T. Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Smith

Mr. George Sheldon

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Snider

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Stivers

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed. Straughn

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tait

Mr. Lloyd Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Pat Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Ford Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Tucker

Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Vernon

Dr. and Mrs. Francis H. Watt

Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whittier, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Klein Wigginton

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Williams, jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Wright

CABINET MEMBERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

MR. HORRY HAIR, Chairman

LIAISON

Mr. Sam H. Brewer, Jr.

Mr. Horry Hair

Mr. George L. Waas

Mr. B. J. Mawhinney

Mrs. Lorna D. Allen

Mr. John W. Seay

Mr. Jack Showmaker

Mr. Louie Wainwright, jr.

Judge Milton J. Wallace

Mr. Edwin W. Richardson, Jr.

Mr. Dempsey, B. Mayo

Mr. T. Mabry (Mabe) Ervin

CREDENTIALS AND BADGE COMMITTEE

DR. JUANITA GIBSON, CHairman

Mrs. Hazel Talley Evans

Mr. Horry Hair

Mr. Joe Nahoom

DECORATIONS COMMITTEE

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lanham, Chairman

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Franklin, Co-Chairman

Mrs. Donald Alford

Mr. Harry Arnoid

Mrs. David Bachman

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown

Rev. and Mrs. Mitchell Florence

Mrs. Aldonia FLowers

Mr. T. C.Fortson, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gentry

Mrs. Cliff Gwynn

Mr. BillHolder

Mr. and Mrs. James Joanos

Dr. Walter Johnson

Mrs. James Keller

Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Kemp

Mrs. C. W. Ketchum

Mr. and Mrs. Ray H. L'Amoreaux

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Landers, Jr.

Mr. Alex Littlefield

Mr. Terrell C. Madigan

Mr. Henry M. Marton

Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Edgard M. Moore

Mr. Luther J. Moore

Mr. Bill G. Pelham

Mr. and Mrs. Joh  Riedel

Mr. Robert Russell

Mrs. Sue K. RUssell

Mrs. Ron Schomburger

Mrs. Noel Shumann

Lt. Commander Jim Weatherly (Ret).

Miss Bettye White

Mrs. Calvin Winter

DISTINGUISHED GUESTS COMMITTEE

MR. RAY GREEN, SR., Chairman

MR. N. E. MILLER Co-Chairman

Mr. Tom Bailey

Senator Wilson Carraway

Mr. J. R. E. Lee

Mrs. John  A Madigan, jr.

Dr. Robert B. Mautz

Judge David Middlebrooks

Mrs. Glen Terrell

DISTINGUISHED GUESTS LUNCHEON COMMITTEE

MRS. JULIAN ALFORD, Chairman

MRS. LOUIS HILL, Co-Chairman

MRS. AND MR.S MACK HUMPHREY, Co-Chairman

MRS. FRED McMULLEN, Co-Chairman

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Williams, Jr., C0-Chairman

Mrs. M. M. Ashcroft

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Bannerman

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barr

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown

Mrs. Gerald Burns

Mrs. Milton W. Carothers

Mr. Fred Carroll, Jr.

Mrs. Rainey Cawthon

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Cotten

Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Davis

Mrs. Colin English, Sr.

Mrs. Ray green, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Green, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hines

Mr. and Mres. Prentiss Huddleston

Mrs. Malcolm Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kennedy

Mrs. Angus Laird

Mrs. Samuel Myrick, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oxendine, Jr.

Dr. Daisy Parker

Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Parrish, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Scarborough

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Senterfit

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shaw

Mrs. Godfrey Smith

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Smith

Mrs. Don Strickland

Mrs. Robert Webster

Mrs. Fred Wombie

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yon, Jr.

FINANCE COMMITTEE

MR. AND MRS. VERN WILLIAMS, Chairman

MR. AND MRS. RAYNEY CAWTHON, Co-Chairman

Mr. Spencer Burress

Mr. Spurgeon Camp

Mr. Louis Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ketcham

Mrs. Christine Knowles

Mr. and Mrs. Cheever Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Bill McAbee

Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCord

Mr. and Mrs. Jess Parker

Mr. and Mrs. Troy Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. Alex M. Stevenson

Mr. Sam Teague, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Walker

Mr. J. Edwin White

GOVERNOR'S PRAYER BREAKFAST

MR. AND MRS. JULIAN ALFORD, Chairmen

REV. JACK EPPES, Honorary Chairman

REV. AND MRS. RAY, RAY TINDALL, Co-Chairman

MR. AND MRS. GENE KELLEY, Co-Chairman

MR. BILL DANIEL, Co-Chairman

Dr. and Mrs. Doak Campbell

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chapman

Rev. and Mrs. M. E. Cox

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Franis

Mr. Joseph Franklin

Mr. Scotty Fraser

Rev. and Mrs. Roger Herrington

rev. and Mrs. Ira D. Hinson

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil King, Sr.

Miss Elizabeth Lynn

Mr. and Mrs. Ed McNeely

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller

Mr. Lester Moon

Mr. Coyle Moore

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Poppell

Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Russell

Mr. George Sheldon

Elder E. L. Shephard

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Smith

Elder and Mrs. Owen Smith

Rev. C. K. Steele

Dr. and Mrs. Mode Stone

Mrs. Curtis Tedder

GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION AT MANSION

MRS. W. E. WOODWARD, SR., Chairman

MRS. J. EDWIN WHITE, Co-Chairman

MRS. WILLIAM C. SMITH, Co-Chairman

Mrs. Charles Adair

Miss Barbara Ainsworth

Mrs. Moina Allgood

Mrs. Charles Ausley, Sr.

Mrs. James A. Ball, III

Mrs Georgia Barber

Mrs. Chester Blakemore

Mrs. George Bonk

Mrs. Edgar Booth

Mrs. Dorothy Brikier

Mrs. Ledley Brown

Mrs. N. A. Brown

Mrs. Ronald Brugh

Mrs. Stanley Caldwell

Mrs. Spurgeon Camp

Mrs. Kenneth Campbell

Mrs. Fred Carroll

Mrs. Donald W. Carraway

Mrs. Rainey Cawthon

Mrs. Victor Cawthon

Mrs. John Champion

Mrs. Marshall J. Conrad

Miss Eleanor Donnell

Mrs. Jim Dye

Mrs. Carl Ferrell

Mrs. T. Bert Fletcher

Mrs. Chester Francis

Mrs. Hoke Grant

Mrs. Horry Hair

Mrs. Donald Hartwell

Mrs. Charles W. Hendry

Mrs. Lee Henderson

Mr. and Mrs. Parker Henderson

Mrs. Nicholoas Heerema

Mrs. H. E. Helton

Mrs. Arvah Hopkins

Sen. and Mrs. Mallory Horne

Mrs. Kenneth Ireland

Mrs. Rufus Jefferson

Mrs. T. W. Jennings, Sr.

Mrs. David Johnson

Mrs. Dorothy Johnson

Mrs. Frances Hunter ones

Mrs. J. Velma Keen

Mrs. Bill Ketcham

Mrs. Rona Kreulen

Mrs. Ray G. L'Amoreaux

Mrs. Gary Lanham

Mrs. Jim Larkin

Mrs. Jack MacDonald

Miss Ethel Manning

Mrs. John W. Martin

Mrs. Kent Miller

Mrs. M. O. Monfort

Mrs. John E. Montgomery

Mrs. Frank Moor

Miss Mable Jean Morrison

Mrs. T. Aubrey Morse


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