Devoted to the Propagation and Defense of New Testament Christianity
April 25, 1983

W. A Cameron's Workbooks At Bargain

James R. Cope

W. A. Cameron pioneered the Lord's work in Florida. For more than 60 years, he planted churches and edified the saints. During this time he prepared several workbooks. Among these are copies on the book of Revelation and one companion volume called, "Symbols of the Bible."

Brother Cameron's widow has several sets of these workbooks and the book of Symbols on hand and is willing to dispose of them at a cut-rate price. You may purchase the entire 7 volumes for $1.50, postpaid. Persons desiring these works, send check for $1.50 to Mrs. W. A Cameron, 4761 1st Avenue North, St. Petersburg, Florida.

Sister Cameron also has several other workbooks. It might be well to ask her for a sample copy of these when writing, if you desire such.

Concering Wills And Deeds In Favor Of Florida College James R. Cope

Under the date of February 28, the Honorable Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General of the State of Florida, wrote me as follows regarding the effect that the name change would have on wills and deeds:

"I believe that this change would not affect a will which provides a legacy to your college since I assume it could easily be established that although the charter has been amended to change the name of the institution it is still the same institution.

"It may well be, however, that individuals who have made a will leaving a bequest to the college will wish to make this correction regarding the present name of the institution in their wills.

"In the event that some of these benefactors will wish to know whether or not the change in name implies a change in the general purpose of the institution, you might consider writing to them so that possible misunderstanding will be avoided."

College officials will be glad to discuss details regarding wills and deeds with persons desiring to favor Florida College by these means. The estates of donors of tangible and intangible property through wills and deed may enjoy definite tax savings while their donors live. Persons interested in this matter should address James R. Cope, Florida College, Temple Terrace, Florida.