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YEARBOOK

A Directory of The General Conference, World Divisions, Union and Local Conferences and Missions, Educational Institutions, Food Companies, Hospitals and Sanitariums, Publishing Houses, Periodicals, and Denominational Workers.

Compiled and Edited by the Office of Jesse 0. Gibson, Statistical Secretary

General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20012

1972

REVIEW AND HERALD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION WASHINGTON, D.C. 20012

PRINTED IN U.S.A.

SPECIAL NOTICE

We regret that owing to the fact that the information for the 1972 Yearbook has been transferred to a computer operation, the publication has been delayed. The next issue should appear in the fall of 1973, and will carry the date 1973-1974.

Contents

Preface (Statistical Data)

 

4

Fundamental Beliefs of Seventh-day Adventists

5

Constitution and Bylaws

7

General Conference and Departments

13

Divisions:

North American

27

Afro-Mideast

93

Australasian

105

China

123

Congregations of Seventh-day Adventists in the

 

Union of Socialist Soviet Republics

123

Euro-Africa

125

Far Eastern

153

Inter-American

183

Northern Europe-West Africa

205

South American

221

Southern Asia

243

Trans-Africa

257

Institutions:

Educational

275

Food Companies

361

Medical Dispensaries and Clinics

369

398

Old People's Homes and Orphanages

401

Publishing Houses

405

Periodicals Issued

417

Necrology

430

Directory of Workers (includes Institutional Workers)

433

General Conference Presidents, Secretaries and Treasurers

645

Calendar of Special Days and Offerings 1972-1973

646

Calendars 1971-1974

648

Advertisers

650

General Index

651

Preface

A directory of the General Conference and its twelve world divisions, with their unions and local conferences or local missions, and the related insti- tutions connected with the Seventh-day Adventist denomination is given in the following pages. The information has been furnished by the organiza- tions themselves; but in cases where current reports have not been received, the most recent previous records have been retained or adjusted. The data that appears below has been summarized largely from the 1970 Statistical Report, while the figures for the number of churches and for church membership are drawn from official quarterly reports rendered for June 30, 1971. The order in which workers are listed follows that given in the General Conference Working Policy; namely, ordained ministers holding ministerial cre- dentials, then credentialed missionaries, creden- tialed Bible instructors, licensed ministers, licensed missionaries, and credentialed literature evange- lists. In addition, the Directory of Workers gives the names and addresses of all ministerial and principal institutional workers. Although the name "Seventh-day Adventist" was chosen in 1860, the denomination was not officially organized until May 21, 1863, with a constituency of 125 churches and 3,500 members. Work was largely confined to North America until 1874 when the Church's first missionary, J. N. Andrews, was sent to Switzerland. The first non-Protestant country en- tered was Russia where an Adventist minister went in 1886. On July 28, 1890, the schooner "Pitcairn"

was launched at San Francisco and was soon en- gaged in carrying missionaries to the Pacific islands. Seventh-day Adventist workers first entered a non- Christian country in 1894 when they opened a mis- sion in Matabeleland, South Africa, and named it Solusi after a local chief. The same year saw missionaries entering South America, and in 18% the Church had its representatives in Japan. The publication and distribution of literature were major factors in the growth of the Advent Movement. The year 1850 marked the appearance of the Advent Review and Sabbath Herald pub- lished in Paris, Maine; the Youth's Instructor in Rochester, New York, in 1852; and the Signs of the Times in Oakland, California, in 1874. The first de- nominational publishing house, at Battle Creek, Michigan, did not begin operating, however, until

1861.

The Health Reform Institute, later known as the Battle Creek Sanitarium, opened its doors in 1866, and missionary society work was organized on a state-wide basis in 1870. The first of the Church's world-wide network of schools was established in 1872, while 1877 saw the formation of state-wide Sabbath school associations. In 1903, the denomi- national headquarters were moved from Battle Creek, Michigan to Washington, D.C., where they continue to form the nerve-center of an ever-ex- panding work. Each year sees further development in the work of the Church. That this may be accu- rately and inspiringly reflected in this Yearbook is the desire of the Yearbook Committee.

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS 1970 World Statistics

MEMBERSHIP *

Colleges Schools of Nursing Universities

HEALTH MINISTRY

Sanitariums and Hospitals Dispensaries, Clinics and Launches Physicians, dentists, residents and interns Nurses Patients treated Investment in medical facilities Food Companies

75

37

2

Baptized church members Organized churches Sabbath school members Sabbath schools Ordained ministers, active Total active workers Baptisms and Professions of Faith (June '70 to June '71

MISSION WORK Countries in which Church is working (Countries in the world-266) Number of Divisions Number of Unions Number of Conferences, Missions andFields Missionaries sent to Mission Fields

GOOD NEIGHBOR PROGRAM Persons helped Articles of clothing given Cash value of foods and medicines given

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

Schools operated by Denomination Total enrollment Primary and Elementary Schools Secondary Schools

Figures under Membership as of June 30, 1971

2,087,473

16,629

2,603,860

30,791

7,422

65,115

163,636

187

378

470

11,924,444

$5,506,172

4,557

.371,575

4,045

398

139

172

975

4,653

3,841,707

$215,577,307

27

49

12

76 Old People's Homes and Orphanages

PUBLISHING WORK Publishing Houses . Languages in which Church is working Languages, publishing in Literature evangelists Literature sales

48

938

266

_4,240

$46,882,359

CONTRIBUTIONS Tithe - World

$124,046,447

North America

93,201,151

Church Offerings - World

211,181,659

North America

_165,707,797

Sabbath School - World

14,420,872

North America

10,536,175

Ingathering

World

10,598,152

North America

7,176,439

FUNDAMENTAL BELIEFS OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS

Seventh-day AdventistS hold certain fundamental beliefs, the principal features of which, together with a portion of the scriptural references upon which they are based, may be summarized as fol- lows:

1. That the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New

Testaments were given by inspiration of God, con- tain an all-sufficient revelation of His will to men, and are the only unerring rule of faith and practice. 2 Tim. 3:15-17.

2. That the Godhead, or Trinity, consists of the

Eternal Father, a personal, spiritual Being, omnipo- tent, omnipresent, omniscient, infinite in wisdom and love; the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of the Eter-

from the power of sin by His indwelling life. Thus the gospel becomes "the power of God unto salva- tion to everyone that believeth." Rom. 1:16. This experience is wrought by the divine agency of the Holy Spirit, who convinces of sin and leads to the Sin-Bearer, inducting the believer into the new co- venant relationship, where the law of God is writ- ten on his heart, and through the enabling power of the indwelling Christ, his life is brought into conformity to the divine precepts. The honor and merit of this wonderful transformation belong wholly to Christ. 1 John 2:1, 2; 3:4; Rom. 3:20;

5:8-10; 7:7; Eph. 2:8-10; 3:17; Gal. 2:20; Heb. 8:8-

12.

nal Father, through whom all things were created and through whom the salvation of the redeemed hosts will be accomplished; the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Godhead, the great regenerat- ing power in the work of redemption. Isa. 44:6;

9. That God "only hath immortality." 1 Tim. 6:15. Mortal man possesses a nature inherently sinful and dying. Eternal life is the gift of God through faith in Christ. Rom. 6:23. "He that hath the Son hath life." 1 John 5:12. Immortality is bestowed

on immortality." 1 Cor. 15:51-55.

48:13; Matt. 12:32; 28:19; 2 Cor. 13:14; Rev. 1:8,

upon the righteous at the second coming of Christ,

11.

when the righteous dead are raised from the grave

3.

That Jesus Christ is very God, being of the

and the living righteous translated to meet the

same nature and essence as the Eternal Father. While retaining His divine nature He took upon

lives to make intercession for us. John 1:1, 14; Heb.

Lord. Then it is that those accounted faithful "put

Himself the nature of the human family, lived on

10.

That the condition of man in death is one of.

the earth as a man, exemplified in His life as our Example the principles of righteousness, attested

unconsciousness. That all men, good and evil alike, remain in the grave from death to the resurrection.

His relationship to God by many mighty miracles,

Eccl. 9:5, 6; Ps. 146:3, 4; John 5:28, 29.

died for our sins on the cross, was raised from the

11.

That there shall be a resurrection both of the

dead, and ascended to the Father, where He ever

2:9-18; 8:1, 2: 4:14-16: 7:25.

just and of the unjust. The resurrection of the just will take place at the second coming of Christ; the resurrection of the unjust will take place a thou-

4.

That every person in order to obtain salvation

sand years later, at the close of the millennium.

must experience the new birth; that this comprises

John 5:28, 29;1 Thess. 4:13-18; Rev. 20:5-10.

an entire transformation of life and character by the recreative power of God through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. John 3:16; Matt. 18:3; Acts 2:37-39.

5. That baptism is an ordinance of the Christian

church and should follow repentance and forgive-

ness of sins. By its observance faith is shown in the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. That the proper form of baptism is by immersion. Rom. 6:1-6; Acts 16:30-33.

6. That the will of God as it relates to moral con-

duct is comprehended in His law of ten command- ments; that these are great moral, unchangeable precepts, binding upon all men, in every age. Ex.

20:1-17.

7. That the fourth commandment of this unchan- geable law requires the observance of the seventh- day Sabbath. This holy institution is at the same time a memorial of creation and a sign of sanctifica- tion, a sign of the believer's rest from his own works of sin, and his entrance into the rest of soul which Jesus promises to those who come to Him. Gen. 2:1-3; Ex.'20:8-11; 31:12-17; Heb. 4:1-10.

8. That the law of ten commandments points out

sin, the penalty of which is death. The law cannot save the transgressor from his sin, nor impart power to keep him from sinning. In infinite love and mercy, God provides a way whereby this may be done. He furnishes a substitute, even Christ the Righteous One, to die in man's stead, making "Him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him." 2 Cor. 5:21. That one is justified, not by obedience to the law, but by the grace that is in Christ Jesus. By ac-

cepting Christ, man is reconciled to God, justified by His blood for the sins of the past, and saved

12. That the finally impenitent, including Satan,

the author of sin, will, by the fires of the last day,

be reduced to a state of non-existence, becoming as though they had not been, thus purging God's universe of sin and sinners. Rom. 6:23; Mal. 4:1-3; Rev. 20:9, 10; Obadiah 16.

13. That no prophetic period is given in the Bible

to reach the Second Advent; but that the longest one, the 2300 days recorded by the prophet Daniel in Dan. 8:14, terminating in 1844, reaches an event

called the cleansing of the sanctuary. Dan. 8:14; 9:24, 25; Num. 14:34; Eze. 4:6.

14. That the true sanctuary, of which the taberna-

cle on earth was a type, is the temple of God in heaven, of which Paul speaks in Hebrews 8 and on- ward, and of which the Lord Jesus, as our great high priest, is minister; and that the priestly work of our Lord is the antitype of the work of the Jewish priests of the former dispensation; that this heav- enly sanctuary is the one to be cleansed at the end of the 2300 days of Daniel 8:14; its cleansing being, as in the type, a work of judgment, beginning with the entrance of Christ as the high priest upon the judgment phase of His ministry in the heavenly sanctuary foreshadowed in the earthly service of cleansing the sanctuary on the day of atonement. This work of judgment in the heavenly sanctuary began in 1844. Its completion will close human pro-

bation. Dan. 7:9, 10; 8:14; Heb. 8:1, 2, 5; Rev. 20:12; Num. 14:34; Eze. 4:6. 15. That God, in the time of the judgment and in accordance with His uniform dealing with the human family in warning them of coming events vi- tally affecting their destiny (Amos 3:6, 71, sends forth a proclamation of the approach of the second

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advent of Christ; that this work is symbolized by the three angels of Revelation 14; and that their threefold message brings to view a work of reform to prepare a people to meet Him at His coming. Amos 3:6, 7; 2 Cor. 5:10; Rev. 14:6-12.

16. That the time of the cleansing of the sanctu-

ary, synchronizing with the period of the proclama- tion of the message of Revelation 14, is a time of in-

vestigative judgment, first with reference to the dead, and second with reference to the living. This investigative judgment determines who of the myri- ads sleeping in the dust of the earth are worthy of a part in the first resurrection, and who of its living multitudes are worthy of translation. 1 Peter 4:17, 18; Dan. 7:9, 10; Rev. 14:6, 7; Luke 20:35.

17. That the followers of Christ should be a godly

people, not adopting the unholy maxims nor con- forming to the unrighteous ways of the world, not loving its sinful pleasures nor countenancing its follies. That believers should recognize their bodies as the temple of the Holy Spirit, and that therefore they should clothe that body in neat, modest, dig- nified apparel. Further, that in eating and drinking

and in their entire course of conduct they should shape their lives as becometh followers of the meek and lowly Master. Thus the followers of Christ will be led to abstain from all intoxicating drinks, tobacco, and other narcotics, and to avoid every body- and soul-defiling habit and practice. 1 Cor. 3:16, 17; 9:25; 10:31; 1 Tim. 2:9, 10; 1 John

2:6.

18. That the divine principle of tithes and of-

ferings for the support of the gospel is an acknowl- edgement of God's ownership in our lives, and that we are stewards who must render account to Him of all that He has committed to our possession. Lev. 27:30; Mal. 3:8-12; Matt. 23:23; 1 Cor. 9:9-14; 2

Cor. 9:6-15.

19. That God has placed in His church the gifts of

the Holy Spirit, as enumerated in 1 Corinthians 12 and Ephesians 4. That these gifts operate in har- mony with the divine principles of the Bible, and are given for the perfecting of the saints, the work of the ministry, the edifying of the body of Christ.

Rev. 12:17; 19:10; 1 Cor. 1:5-7. That the gift of the Spirit of Prophecy is one of the identifying marks of the remnant church. 1 Cor. 1:5, 7; 12:1, 28; Rev. 12:17; 19:10; Amos 3:7; Hosea 12:10, 13. The rem- nant church recognizes that this gift was manifested in the life and ministry of Ellen G. White.

20. That the second coming of Christ is the great

hope of the church, the grand climax of the gospel

and plan of salvation. His coming will be literal, personal, and visible. Many important events will be associated with His return, such as the resurrec- tion of the dead, the destruction of the wicked, the purification of the earth, the reward of the right- eous, the establishment of His everlasting king- dom. The almost complete fulfillment of various lines of prophecy, particularly those found in the books of Daniel and the Revelation, with existing

conditions in the physical, social, industrial, politi- cal, and religious world, indicates that Christ's coming "is near, even at the doors." Matt. 24:33. The exact time of that event has not been foretold. Believers are exhorted to be ready, for "in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man" (Matt. 24:44) will be revealed. Luke 17:26-30; 21:25-27; John 14:1-3; Acts 1:9-11; Rev. 1:7; Heb. 9:28; James 5:1-8; Joel 3:9-16; 2 Tim. 3:1-5; Dan. 7:27; Matt. 24:36, 44.

21. That the millennial reign of Christ covers the

period between the first and the second resurrec- tions, during which time the saints of all ages will

live with their blessed Redeemer in heaven. At the end of the millennium, the Holy City with all the saints will descend to the earth. The wicked, raised in the second resurrection, will go up on the breadth of the earth with Satan at their head to compass the camp of the saints, when fire will come down from God out of heaven and devour them. In the conflagration which destroys Satan and his host, the earth itself will be regenerated and cleansed from the effects of the curse. Thus the universe of God will be purified from the foul blot of sin. Rev. 20; Zech. 14:1-4; 2 Peter 3:7-10.

22. That God will make all things new. The earth,

restored to its pristine beauty, will become forever the abode of the saints of the Lord. The promise to Abraham, that through Christ he and his seed should possess the earth throughout the endless ages of eternity, will be fulfilled. "The kingdom and dominion, and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven, will be given to the people of the saints of the most High, whose kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and all dominions shall serve and obey Him." Dan. 7:27. Christ, the Lord, will reign supreme and every creature which is in heav- en and on the earth and under the earth, and such- as are in the sea will ascribe "blessing, and honour, and glory, and power," unto "Him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb for ever and ever." Gen. 13:14-17; Rom. 4:13; Heb. 11:8-16; Matt. 5:5; Isa. 35; Rev. 21:1-7; 5:13; Dan. 7:27.

THE CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS of the General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists

(As Revised at the Fifty-first Session held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 11-20, 1970.)

Article I—Name This organization shall be known as General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Article II—Object The object of this Conference is to teach all na- tions the everlasting gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and the commandments of God.

Article III—Membership

Sec. 1. The membership of this Conference shall consist of:

(a) Such union conferences and union missions

either in organized division sections or without div-

isional affiliation as have been or shall be properly organized and accepted by vote of the General Conference in session.

(b) Such local conferences and properly organ-

ized local missions not included in any division, union conference or union mission or such local conferences or local missions directly attached to divisions as have been or shall be properly organ- ized and accepted by vote of the General Confer- ence in session. Sec. 2. The voters of this Conference shall be designated as follows:

(a)

Delegates at large.

(b)

Regular delegates.

Sec. 3. Delegates at large shall be:

(a) All members of the General Conference Exec-

utive Committee.

(b) Such representatives of missions of the Gen-

eral Conference and of general institutions and de- partments of work, and such general laborers and field secretaries as shall receive delegate's creden-

tials from the Executive Committee of the General Conference, such credentials to be ratified by the General Conference in session. The number of these delegates thus seated shall not exceed 25 per cent of the total number of delegates in attendance otherwise provided for. Sec. 4. Regular delegates shall be appointed in the following manner:

(a) Delegates representing union conferences

shall be appointed by the respective unions.

(b) Delegates representing union missions, and

local conferences and missions attached to the divi-

sion but not to any union, shall be appointed by

the division committee in consultation with the or- ganization concerned.

(c) Delegates representing union missions, local

conferences, and local missions without division af-

filiation shall be appointed by the General Confer- ence Committee in consultation with the organiza- tion concerned. Sec. 5. Regular delegates shall be appointed and accredited on the following basis:

(a) Each union conference and each union mis-

sion shall be entitled to one delegate in addition to its president, without regard to number, an addi- tional delegate for each local conference and each regularly organized mission in its territory without regard to number, and an additional delegate for

each 2,500, or major fraction thereof, of the mem- bership of the union conference or mission.

(b) Each local conference or local mission directly

attached to divisions or to the General Conference, as have been or shall be properly organized and ac- cepted by vote of the General Conference in ses- sion, shall be entitled to one delegate without re-

gard to number, and an additional delegate for each 2,500, or major fraction thereof, of the mem- bership of the local conference or mission.

(c) Calculation for delegate allotments shall be

based upon the membership as of December 31, of the year preceding the session. Sec. 6. Credentials to sessions shall be issued by the General Conference to those appointed as pro- vided for in harmony with the provisions of this ar- ticle.

Article IV—Officers and Their Duties Sec. 1. The officers of this Conference shall be a President, Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, Associate Secretaries, a Treasurer, an Undertreasurer, and Assistant Treasurers, who shall be elected by the Conference. Sec. 2. President: The President shall preside at the sessions of the Conference, act as chairman of the Executive Committee, and labor in the general interests of the Conference, as the Executive Com- mittee may advise. Sec. 3. Vice-Presidents: Each Vice-President shall at the time of his election be assigned to serve as a general administrative assistant to the President or to preside over a division field. Sec. 4. Secretary and Associate Secretaries: It shall be the duty of the Secretary and the Associate Secretaries to keep the minutes of the proceedings of the General Conference sessions and of the General Conference Committee meetings, to main- tain correspondence with the fields, and to perform such other duties as usually pertain to such office. Sec. 5. Treasurer,- Undertreasurer, and Assistant Treasurers: It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive all funds of the General Conference, and disburse them in harmony with the actions of the Executive Committee of the General Conference, and to render such financial statements at regular intervals as may be desired by the Conference or by the Executive Committee. The Undertreasurer and Assistant Treasurers shall assist the Treasurer in his work.

Article V—Election Sec. 1. The following shall bc. elected at each reg- ular session of the Conference:

(a) A President, Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, As- sociate Secretaries, Division Secretaries, a Treasur- er, an Undertreasurer, Assistant Treasurers, Divi- sion Treasurers, General Field Secretaries, Division Field Secretaries, a Secretary and Associate Secre- taries of the Ministerial Association, an Auditor and Associate Auditors, Division Auditors, a Statistical Secretary, a World Foods Service Secretary, a Di- rector of Trust Services, a Secretary and Associate Secretaries of the Bureau of Public Relations, a Sec- retary and Associate Secretaries of each duly organ- ized General Conference department; namely, Education, Health, Lay Activities, North American

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Regional, Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, Pub- lishing, Radio and Television, Sabbath School, Stewardship and Development, .Temperance, Young People's Missionary Volunteer; Division De- partmental Secretaries (including the Health Food Departmental Secretary of the Australasian Divi- sion), Division Secretaries of the Bureau of Public Relations, and Division Ministerial Association Secretaries.

(b) Other persons, not to exceed 35 in number,

to serve as members of the Executive Committee.

Article VI—Executive Committee

Sec. 1. The Executive Committee shall consist of:

(a)

Those elected as provided by Article V.

(bi)

Presidents of union conferences, presidents

of the union missions, ex-presidents of the General Conference holding credentials from the Confer- ence, the presidents of the two universities, the ed- itor of the Review and Herald, the general manager of the Review and Herald Publishing Association, the general manager of the Pacific Press Publishing Association, the general manager of the Southern Publishing Association, the president of the Home

Study Institute, the executive secretary of the Asso- ciation of Privately Owned Seventh-day Adventist Services and Industries, and the manager of the General Conference Insurance Service.

Article VII—Term of Office All officers of the Conference and those mem- bers of the Executive Committee provided for by Article VI, Sec. 1 (a), shall hold office from the time of election until the next ensuing regular session or until their successors are elected and appear to enter upon their duties.

Article VIII—Incorporations and Agents Sec. 1. Such incorporations may be authorized by the General Conference in session, or by the Gen- eral Conference Executive Committee, as the de- velopment of the work may require. Sec. 2. At each regular session of this Confer- ence, the delegates shall elect such trustee and corporate bodies connected with the organization as may be provided in the statutory laws governing each. Sec. 3. The Conference shall employ such com- mittees, secretaries, treasurers, auditors, agents, ministers, missionaries, and other persons, and make such distribution of its laborers, as may be necessary effectively to execute its work. Sec. 4. The Conference shall grant credentials or licenses to ministers and missionaries except in di- vision fields, in union and local conferences, and in organized union missions.

Article IX—Sessions Sec. 1. This Conference shall hold quadrennial sessions at such time and place as the Executive Committee shall designate and announce by a no- tice published in the Review and Herald in three consecutive issues at least four months before the date of the opening of the session. In case special world conditions seem to make it imperative to postpone the calling of the session, the Executive Committee in regular or special Council shall have authority to make such postponement not to ex- ceed two years, giving notice to all constituent or- ganizations. Sec. 2. The Executive Committee may call special sessions of the General Conference at such time and place as it deems proper, by a like notice as of regular sessions, and the transactions of such spe- cial sessions shall have the same force as those of the regular sessions.

Sec. 3. The election of officers, and the voting on all matters of business shall be by viva-voce vote or as designated by the chairman, unless otherwise demanded by a majority of the delegates present.

Article X—Bylaws The voters of this Conference may enact Bylaws and amend or repeal them at any session thereof, and such Bylaws may embrace any provision not in- consistent with the Constitution.

Article XI—Amendments This Constitution or its Bylaws may be amended by a two-thirds vote of the voters present and vot- ing at any session: provided that, if it is proposed to amend the Constitution at a special session, no- tice of such purpose shall be given in the call for such special session.

BYLAWS Article I—Division Sections Sec. 1. The General Conference shall conduct its world-wide work in division sections, each section to operate within a specified territory in harmony with the policy of the General Conference. Sec. 2. Union Conference and union mission field organizations, together with all other organi- zations and institutions within the territory, shall be responsible to the respective division committees, or in the case of fields without divisional affiliation to the General Conference Committee. Sec. 3. The division sections shall be known as:

Afro-Mideast Division, Australasian Division, Cen- tral European Division, China Division, Far Eastern Division, Inter-American Division, North American Division, Northern European Division, South Amer- ican Division, Southern Asia Division, Trans-Africa Division, Trans-Mediterranean Division, Federation of Seventh-day Adventists in the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics. The boundaries of these division sections shall be subject to adjustment only at the General Conference sessions, or at Autumn Coun- cil sessions, provided no divisional territorial lines shall be changed when such division is not repre- sented at the Council by one of its executive offi- cers, or when such division has not given consent, except under an emergency such as war; in such case the General Conference Committee shall make such provision as is necessary for the conduct of the work in the territory concerned.

Article II—Standing Committees Sec. 1. At each regular session of this Confer- ence, such standing committees as may be found necessary, including the following, shall be elected to consider such items of business as may be re- ferred to them and to bring in their reports and recommendations to the session:

(a)

Constitution and Bylaws

(b)

Credentials and Licenses

(c)

Finance

(d)

Nominations

(e)

Plans

Sec. 2. (a) The membership of the Nominating Committee shall consist of one member for each 15,000 church members or major fraction thereof, computed by divisions on the basis of the member- ship at the close of the preceding year; provided, however, that no division have less than two mem- bers on the Nominating Committee.

(b) The members of the Nominating Committee

shall be chosen as follows:

(1) Each division delegation shall act as a unit in

selecting the members to which it is entitled on the

basis of church membership. Delegates at large will join the delegations from the divisions in which

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they are or were last employed, or now reside.

(2) The election of division representatives on the

Nominating Committee shall be by the method of voting considered by the division to be most con-

venient and efficient, taking into consideration the size of the delegation and other circumstances.

(c) Each division delegation in selecting its repre-

sentatives on the Nominating Committee shall take

into account the following points:

(1) The division's representation on the Nominat-

ing Committee should as far as possible represent

the various geographical areas, organizational seg- ments, and types of activity of the division.

(2) Those chosen as members of the Nominating

Committee must be duly accredited delegates in at-

tendance at the General Conference session.

(3) Members of the General Conference Commit-

tee whose term of service is expiring at the session

and therefore stand for re-election shall not be members of the Nominating Committee. Sec. 3. No delegate shall nominate more than one person for election to the Nominating Com- mittee.

(a) The Nominating Committee shall elect its own

chairman and secretary under the temporary chair-

manship of the President of the General Confer- ence.

Article III—Vice-Presidents Sec. 1. Vice-Presidents shall be elected as fol- lows: up to five Vice-Presidents for general admin- istrative work, and one additional Vice-President for each division of the General Conference. Sec. 2. The General Vice-Presidents shall in the absence of the President serve as chairmen of the Executive Committee and shall assist the President in his administrative work. Sec. 3. The Vice-President for North America shall work under the direction of the General Con- ference Committee. Sec. 4. The Vice-Presidents elected for the divi- sions outside of North America shall act as chair- men of the division committees operating in their respective fields and shall have charge of the work in those fields under the direction of the division committees and shall be designated within their re- spective division territories as presidents of the di- visions over which they preside.

Article IV—Associate and General Field Secretaries Sec. 1. The term "associate secretary" shall be used to designate the secretaries elected to be as- sociated with the Secretary of the General Confer- ence, or such secretary or secretaries as may be elected to associate with the Secretary of any De- partment, Bureau, or Association, in carrying the responsibilities of his office. Sec. 2. Associate Secretaries shall be elected to share the work of the General Conference Secre- tary. Associate Secretaries shall also be elected as may be deemed necessary to assist the Secretaries of Departments, Bureaus, or Associations, in the conduct of their work. Sec. 3. The term "general field secretary" shall be used to designate general field workers elected, in addition to the officers, to serve in carrying the field responsibilities of the General Conference. Sec. 4. The General Field Secretaries shall work under the direction of the General Conference Committee and be assigned either to field service or to special projects or responsibilities as may be determined by the General Conference Committee. Sec. 5. Such Division Field Secretaries shall be elected as may be deemed necessary to labor in the divisions under the direction of the division com- mittees.

Article V—Division Secretaries Sec. 1. A Secretary shall be elected for each divi- sion outside of North America to be designated "division secretary." Sec. 2. The Division Secretaries shall work under the direction of the division committees. It shall be their duty to keep the minutes of the division com- mittee meetings, to collect information and make such reports as may be required, and to do such other work as usually pertains to such office.

Article VI—Assistant and Division Departmental Secretaries Sec. 1. The term "assistant departmental secre- tary" shall be used to designate such persons as are appointed to assist the Departmental Secretaries and their Associate Secretaries in the departmental work of the General office. Sec. 2. Division Departmental Secretaries shall be elected for the respective division fields and shall labor under the direction of the division commit- tee. Sec. 3. Division committees shall appoint such other secretaries as may be needed to serve in spe- cial capaCities, to labor under the direction of the division committee.

Article VII—Statistical Secretary At each regular session the Conference shall elect a Statistical Secretary whose duties shall be to compile statistics of the world work, reporting the same under the direction of the Executive Commit- tee.

Article VIII—Undertreasurer and Assistant Treasurers An Undertreasurer and Assistant Treasurers shall be elected to share with the Treasurer the work of his office. They shall perform such duties con- nected with the Treasury as may be assigned to them by the Treasurer or by the Executive Commit- tee. They may be authorized by the Executive Com- mittee to sign checks under the instruction of the Treasurer.

Article IX—Division Treasurers Sec. 1. A Treasurer shall be elected for each divi- sion outside of North America to be designated "division treasurer." Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the Division Trea- surers to receive and disburse the funds of the General Conference made available for their terri- tory, under the direction of the division committee, and to perform such other duties as usually pertain to such office. Sec. 3. The Division Committee may appoint such assistant treasurers and assistant auditors as may be required to carry on the work.

Article X—Executive Committee Sec. 1. (a) During the intervals between the ses- sions of the General Conference, the Executive Committee shall have full administrative power, with authority to grant credentials and licenses, and to fill for the current term any vacancies that may occur in its offices, boards, committees, or agents, by death, resignation, or otherwise. The Executive Committee shall also have power to withdraw cre- dentials or licenses by a two-thirds vote of the members present and voting at any regular com- mittee meeting. (b) The Executive Committee shall have power to effect the retirement before the expiration of the term for which they have been elected, of persons elected under Article V, Sec. 1 (a), of the Constitu-

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tion who may develop a health condition which prevents them from properly discharging their duties. (c) The Executive Committee shall have authority to remove from office by a two-thirds vote of the members present and voting at any regular com- mittee meeting, any person elected under Article V, Sec. 1 (a), of the Constitution who because of apos- tasy or misconduct disqualifies himself from oc- cupying the office. Sec. 2. (a) A meeting of the Executive Committee, known as the Autumn Council, shall be held annu- ally for the purpose of considering budgets from the fields. and making appropriations, and for the transaction of other business and the adoption of such policies as may be necessary in the operation of the world-wide work. (b) A meeting of the Executive Committee, known as the Spring Meeting, shall be held annu- ally for the purpose of receiving the audited finan- cial reports of the General Conference, and for transacting regular Executive Committee business as provided in the General Conference Working Policy relating to Spring Meetings. Sec. 3. A majority of the full membership of the Executive Committee, including the President or a General Vice-President, is empowered to transact denominational business of any nature at any time and place. Sec. 4. Any fifteen members of the Executive Committee, including an officer of the General Conference, shall after due notice to available members, constitute a quorum of the Executive Committee and shall be empowered to transact such executive business as is in harmony with the general plans outlined by the Committee at the designated place of meeting of the Executive Com- mittee as hereinafter provided. Sec. 5. All meetings of the Executive Committee, except majority meetings, shall be held at the Gen- eral Conference headquarters, or at such other place as may be definitely arranged by a majority meeting of the Executive Committee, or by the quorum of at least seven members meeting in reg- ular session at General headquarters. Sec. 6. Meetings of the Executive Committee may be called at any time by the ranking officer of the Conference who may be present at headquarters, and such officer, or any member of the Committee appointed by him, shall act as chairman of the meeting. Sec. 7. Minority meetings of less than seven members of the Executive Committee may be held

at the General administrative office for the transac-

tion of necessary routine business, but actions taken at such meetings shall not be final until the minutes of such meetings have been approved in a regular session of the Executive Committee.

Article XI—Division Committees Sec. 1. In each division outside of North America,

a division committee shall be constituted as her-

einafter provided, for the transaction of business pertaining to the division. Sec. 2. The members of a division committee shall be the President, the Secretary, and the Trea- surer of the division, the Presidents of union con- ferences, the Presidents of union missions, the Di- vision Field Secretaries, the Division Departmental Secretaries, the Secretary of the Ministerial Associ- ation, and any other members of the General Con- ference Committee present. Other members may also be appointed by the division committee. Sec. 3. The actions taken by division committees pertaining to the administration of affairs in the di-

vision fields, shall be considered final, provided they are in harmony with the plans and policy of the General Conference as set forth in the Consti-

tution and Bylaws, and with its Executive Commit- tee actions at regular Autumn Councils. Sec. 4. Five members of a division committee, in- cluding the chairman, shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. When the chairman is to be absent from headquarters, he or the commit- tee may designate an acting chairman. Minority meetings of fewer than five members of the divi- sion committee may be held for the transactions of necessary routine business, but actions taken at such meetings shall not be final until the minutes of such meetings have been approved in a meeting with a quorum present.

Article XII—Corporation Boards At each regular session of the General Confer- ence the requisite boards of trustees, according to their respective Constitutions and Bylaws, shall be elected for each legal corporation serving and holding properties and receiving gifts and legacies for the General Conference unincorporated. The trustees of the General Conference Corporation shall also constitute the Board of Trustees of the General Conference Association.

Article XIII—Departments Sec. 1. The Departmental Secretaries and Associ- ate Departmental Secretaries elected by the Gener- al Conference shall work under the direction of the Executive Committee of the General Conference, or in the case of departmental secretaries in divi- sions, under the direction of the division commit- tee, and shall occupy an advisory relation to the field. Sec. 2. The Executive Committee shall appoint a representative departmental committee of counsel for each department. Such committee shall in each case be composed of the secretaries of the depart- ment, the secretaries of departmental work in the divisions, and such other persons as the Executive Committee may deem necessary.

Article XIV—Auditors and Audits Sec. 1. The Executive Committee shall have the accounts of the General Conference and of its legal corporations audited at least once each calendar year, and the Auditor or one of the associate audi- tors shall report upon the same to the Executive Committee annually. The Auditor or an associate auditor, as may be arranged, shall report also, for the quadrennial period, to the General Conference at its regular sessions. The General Conference Au- ditor and the associate auditors shall also be made available for auditing the accounts of union confer- ences and general institutions as well as division accounts. The auditors shall be under the general direction of the Executive Committee. Sec. 2. The division auditor or auditors shall audit the books of such organizations or institutions within their territories as the division committees shall direct.

Article XV—Wages and Expenses. Sec. 1. The Executive Committee shall appoint annually eight persons not in its employ who, with the officers of the General Conference and not less than seven presidents of union conferences, shall constitute a committee to audit the expense ac- counts of employees and to fix their wages for the succeeding year. Sec. 2. The Executive Committee shall have power to make such adjustment from time to time in the wage of clerks, stenographers, and other routine workers as may be necessary.

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Article XVI—Funds Sec. 1. The funds of the General Conference shall be as follows:

the general Conference. Other funds appropriated to division fields shall be administered by the divi- sion committee.

(a)

A tithe of the tithe receipts of the union con-

Sec. 4. All funds raised in division fields, except

ferences and union missions and of the local con-

the regular funds belonging to the General Confer-

ferences and missions not included in union con- ferences and union missions.

ence, as indicated under Article XV, may be used for the advanCement of the work in the fields in

(b)

Regular mission offerings.

which they were raised.

(c)

Special donations.

Sec. 5. General Conference funds in all the world

(d)

Such percentage of the tithe of local confer-

shall be made available to meet the annual appro-

ences and missions as may be determined by a committee composed of the conference and mis-

priations of the General Conference.

sion presidents and the division executive commit- tee, or, in the case of North America, the confer- ence and mission presidents and the General Con- ference Executive Committee.

(e) Surplus tithes which may be appropriated by

local and union conferences for the mission field. ' (f) Appropriations from 'our publishing houses, sanitariums, and other institutions that are under the control of the General Conference which, be- cause of the character of their work, have more than local influence and responsibility as may be arranged by joint counsel of the Executive Commit- tee of the General Conference with the board of management of each institution. (g) Such percentage of the funds of union and

local conferences and missions, institutions, and Book and Bible Houses in North America as may be arranged by the General Conference Committee in council with conference presidents, the same to be known as the Sustentation Fund for the support of aged and infirm workers and for the dependent widows and orphans of workers. Sec. 2. Divisions outside North America shall adopt a Sustentation Policy which shall be in har- mony with the principles set forth in the General Conference Sustentation Plan.

Article XVII—Appropriations Sec. 1. The Executive Committee shall make its appropriations for home and foreign work at the Autumn Councils, said appropriations to be based on budgets from the fields requiring financial help. Sec. 2. Appropriations shall be made subject to the receipt of the full amount of funds estimated in the General Conference budget. In case of a short- age the distribution shall be on a pro-rata basis to all the interests represented in the budget. Sec. 3. Appropriations for major permanent in- vestments shall be held in trust for the purpose for which the appropriation was designated. In case the project is abandoned, the funds shall revert to

Article XVIIII—Finance, Sec. 1. T9 tide over a possible financial depres- sion and to provide a working Lund for the regular operations of the General Conference, the Treasur- er shall carry in cash and in readily convertible securities a working fund equal to 20 per cent of the regular appropriations voted at the latest Au- tumn Council, including revertible funds. Sec. 2. The basis for computing the amount of the working fund on hand shall be the latest availa- ble financial statement. The working fund shall not fall below the amount here specified except on au- thorization of an Autumn Council of the Executive Committee. Sec. 3. The Exebutive Committee, acting through its legal agency, the General Conference Corpora- tion, shall have power to make such annuity con- tracts as may seem desirable; but all moneys ob- tained in this way shall be invested in securities and not be made available for appropriations until the annuity contracts have matured. Sec. 4. The tithes and missions offerings received by the General Conference shall be held as a trust for appropriation to the work of the Seventh-day Adventist denomination. It shall not be within the prerogative, therefore, •of the General Confererice Committee, thg Treasury nor of any agent, or agen- cy of the denomination, to loan these funds to pri- vate individuals, to endorse notes, sign bonds or other securities., or in any other way to divert the funds of the General Conference from their intend- ed purpose. Advances specifically authorized under regular policy and made in- order to enable workers • to become located and equipped for service, are not a violation of this provision. Sec. 5. The basis for computing goals and per capita funds shall be the average of the member- ship of the four consecutive quarters ending on September 30 of the preceding year as published in the General Conference official statistical reports.

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Territory: The land area of the World; comprising the Afro-Mideast, Australasian, China, Euro-Afri- ca, Far Eastern, Inter-American, North American, Northern Europe-West Africa, South American, Southern Asia, and Trans-Africa Divisions; and the Congregations of Seventh-day Adventists in the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics. Cable Address: "Adventist," Washington. Where the above cable address cannot be used, please address as follows: "General Conference, Wash- ington, D.C.," or "Adventist Headquarters, Washington, D.C." Telex Numbers: 89-580 (within U.S.A. and Canada); RCA 24343 or WUI 64242 (from Overseas). Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Telephone: (202) 723-0800. Postal Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012, U.S.A. Express and Freight Address: General Conference, Takoma Park, D.C. (Not Washington.) Consign freight via Baltimore & Ohio Railway.

Administration:

President, Robert H. Pierson. General Vice-Presidents, R. R. Bietz, F. L. Bland, Theodore Carcich, VV. J. Hackett, M. S. Nigri. Vice-Presidents:

M.

E. Lind, Afro-Mideast Division.

R.

R. Frame, Australasian Division.

C.

L. Powers, Euro-Africa Division.

P.

H. Eldridge, Far Eastern Division.

B.

L. Archbold, Inter-American Division.

Neal C. Wilson, North American Division.

W. Duncan Eva, Northern Europe-West Africa Division.

R.

A. Wilcox, South American Division.

R.

S. Lowry, Southern Asia Division.

M.

L. Mills, Trans-Africa Division.

Administrative Assistant to the President, F. C.

Webster.

Secretary, Clyde 0. Franz.

Associate Secretaries, D. H. Baasch, L. L. Bock, C.

E.

Bradford, A. Edwin Gibb, D. W

Hunter,

D.

S.

Johnson, B. E. Seton, R. F. Williams.

Coordinator (Secretariat), Arthur H. Roth. Treasurer, K. H. Emmerson. Undertreasurer, M. E. Kemmerer.

Assistant Treasurers, H. D. Johnson, B. J. Kohler, J• C. Kozel, R. E. Osborn, W. L. Pascoe, R. M.

Reinhard.

Controller, Karl H. Bahr.

Director of Personnel Administration, A. G. Zyt-

koskee.

General Field Secretaries, J. J. Aitken, W. R. Beach, C. D. Brooks, Gordon M. Hyde, V. M. Montalban, C. J. Nagele, E. Vv. Pedersen.

Auditor, R. M. Davidson; Associates, R. B. Cald- well, Richard-E. Green, Milton J. McCulloch, T.

P. Miller, K. W. Whitney.

Statistical Secretary, Jesse 0. Gibson.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, C. B. Hirsch; Associates, W. J. Brown,

W. J. Cannon, W. A. Howe, G. ). Millet, Ethel

Young.

Health, Ralph F. Waddell; Associates, Mazie A. Herin, J. Wayne McFarland, R. L. PeIton, Ella Mae Stoneburner, Carl Sundin, William Wag-

ner.

Lay Activities, V. W. Schoen; Associates, M. T. Battle, C. E. Guenther, L. A. Shipowick, C. C.

Weis.

Ministerial Association: Chairman, Robert H.

Pierson; Secretary, N. R. Dower; Associates, E.

E. Cleveland, A. C. Fearing, J. R. Spangler,

George Vandeman. North American Regional, H. D. Singleton; Asso- ciate, W. W. Fordham. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, M. E. Loew- en; Associates, W. Melvin Adams, R. R. Heg- stad, R. W. Nixon, J. V. Scully. Public Relations, E. W. Tarr; Associates, M. Carol Hetzell, Marvin H. Reeder. Publishing, D. A. McAdams; Associates, W. A. Higgins, Herbert White, Bruce M. Wickwire.

Radio and Television, W. R. L. Scragg; Associate,

H. L. Reiner.

Sabbath School, Fernon Retzer; Associates, R. Curtis Barger, W. R. Lesher, B. J. Liebelt, H. F. Rampton, L. B. Reynolds. Stewardship and Development, W. M. Starks; Associate, P. G. Smith.

Temperance, E. H. J. Steed; Associates, G. J. Ber- tochini, A. V. Pinkney, Milo C. Sawvel, F. A. Soper, C. D. Watson. Young People's Missionary Volunteer, John Han- cock; Associates, C. D. Martin, L. M. Nelson,

L. S. Ranzolin, Clark Smith, Michael Stevenson.

Services:

Trust Services, A. C. McKee, Director. World Foods Service, E. W. Howse, Secretary.

General Conference

Executive Committee Members

Administration:

Secretary, Clyde 0. Franz.

President, Robert H. Pierson.

Associate Secretaries, D. H. Baasch, L. L. Bock, C.

General Vice-Presidents, R. R. Bietz, F. L. Bland,

E.

Bradford, A. Edwin Gibb, D. W. Hunter, D.

Theodore Carcich, W. J. Hackett, M. S. Nigri.

S.

Johnson, B. E. Seton, R. F. Williams.

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Treasurer, K. H. Emmerson.

Undertreasurer, M. E. Kemmerer. Assistant Treasurers, H. D. Johnson, B. J. Kohler,

J. C. Kozel, R. E. Osborn, W. L. Pascoe, R. M.

Reinhard.

Past President of General Conference, R. R. Fi-

guhr. • General Field Secretaries, J. J. Aitken, W. R. Beach, C. D. Brooks, Gordon M. Hyde, V. M. Montalban, C. J. Nagele, E. W. Pedersen.

Auditor, R. M. Davidson; Associates, R. B. Cald- well, Richard E. Green, Milton J. McCulloch, T.

P. Miller, K. W. Whitney.

Statistical Secretary, Jesse 0. Gibson.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, C. B. Hirsch; Associates, W. J. Brown, W. J. Cannon, W. A. Howe, G. J. Millet, Ethel

Young.

Health, Ralph F. Waddell; Associates, Mazie A. Herin, J. Wayne McFarland, R. L. Pelton, Ella Mae Stoneburner, Carl Sundin, William Wag-

ner.

Lay Activities, V. W. Schoen; Associates, M. T. Battle, C. E. Guenther, L. A. Shipowick, C. C.

Weis.

Ministerial Association: N. R. Dower; Associates,

E. E. Cleveland, A. C. Fearing, J. R. Spangler,

George Vandeman. North American Regional, H. D. Singleton; Asso- ciate, W. W. Fordham. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, M. E. Loew- en; Associates, 'Al. Melvin Adams, R. R. Heg- stad, R. W. Nixon, I. V. Scully.

Public Relations, E. W. Tarr; Associates, M. Carol Hetzell, Marvin H. Reeder. Publishing, D. A. McAdams; Associates, W. A. Higgins, Herbert White, Bruce M. Wickwire. Radio and Television, W. R. L. Scragg; Associate,

H. L. Reiner.

Sabbath School, Fernon Retzer; Associates, R. Curtis Barger, W. R. Lesher, B. J. Liebelt, H. F. Rampton, L. B. Reynolds. Stewardship and Development, 'Al. M. Starks; Associate, P. G. Smith.

Temperance, E. H. J. Steed; Associates, G. J. Ber- tochini, A. V. Pinkney, Milo C. Sawvel, F. A. Soper, C. D. Watson. Young People's Missionary Volunteer, John Han- cock; Associates, C. D. Martin, L. M. Nelson,

L. S. Ranzolin, Clark Smith, Michael Stevenson.

Services:

Trust Services, A. C. McKee, Director. World Foods Service, E. W. Howse, Secretary.

OTHER MEMBERS BY DIVISIONS

North American

Administration:

Vice-President, Neal C. Wilson.

Union Conference Presidents:

Atlantic, J. L. Dittberner. Canadian, J. W. Bothe. Central, R. H. Nightingale. Columbia, Cree Sandefur. Lake, F. W. Wernick. North Pacific, E. R. Walde. Northern, Arthur Kiesz. Pacific, W. J. Blacker. Southern, H. H. Schmidt. Southwestern, B. E. Leach.

Administration:

Afro-Mideast

President, M. E. Lind. Secretary, R. L. Jacobs. Treasurer, C. E. Schmidt. Field Secretary, D. K. Bazarra.

Auditor and Assistant Treasurer, E. J. Gregg.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, Ignatius Yacoub. Health and Temperance, H. N. Sheffield. Lay Activities and Young People's Missionary Vol- unteer, A. H. Brandt. Ministerial, R. W. Taylor. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, Public Relations, A. H. Brandt. Publishing and Radio-TV, R. H. Henning. Sabbath School, Bekele Heye. Stewardship and Development, D. K. Bazarra.

Union Presidents:

East African, C. D. Henri. Ethiopian, H. W. Palm. Middle East, R. C. Darnell. Tanzania, L. C. Robinson.

Administration:

Australasian

President, R. R. Frame. Secretary, K. S. Parmenter. Treasurer, L. L. Butler. Field Secretary, L. C. Naden. Auditor, R. L. Parkinson.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, E. G. McDowell. Health Food, F. C. Craig. Lay Activities, G. W. Maywald. Medical, S. A. Farag. Ministerial, C. R. Stanley. Public Relations, Radio-TV and Sabbath School, M. G. Townend. Publishing, J. W. Nixon. Religious Liberty and Temperance, R. W. Taylor. Stewardship and Development, J. H. Wade. Young People's Missionary Volunteer, C. V. Christian.

Union Presidents:

Bismarck-Solomons, G. A. Lee. Central Pacific, D. E. G. Mitchell. Coral Sea, 0. D. F. McCutcheon. Trans-Commonwealth, S. M. Uttley. Trans-Tasman, C. D. Judd.

China

(Because of conditions, no reports have been re- ceived from the China Division as pertains to ad- ministration and organization.)

Congregations of S.D.A. in the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics

(Because of conditions, no reports have been re- ceived from the Congregations of S.D.A. in the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics as pertains to administration and organization.)

Administration:

Euro-Africa

President, C. L. Powers. Vice-President, H. Vogel. Secretary, Jean Zurcher; Associate, 0. Bremer. Treasurer, E. Amelung; Undertreasurer, S. L. Folkenberg. Field Secretary, Oldrich Sladek. Auditor, Paul Knudsen; Associate, R. Kluttig.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, E. E. White. Health and Temperance, Herbert Stoeger; Asso- ciate, Hannelore Witzig. Lay Activities and Sabbath School, St. Woysch; Associate, A. Codejon. Ministerial, H. Vogel; Associates, A. Schmidt, A. Strata.

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Public Relations and Religious Liberty, P. Lanares. Publishing, E. Naenny; Associate, H. Kaetzner. Radio-TV, E. Kilian; Associate, Roger Fasnacht. Stewardship and Development, Leonard Ayers. World Foods, E. Amelung. Young People's Missionary Volunteer, N. Bulzis.

Union Presidents:

Angola, Armando Casaca. Austrian, Otto Uebersax. Czechoslovakian, Oldrich Sladek. Equatorial African, Edwin Ludescher. Franco-Belgian, Georges Vandenvelde. Hungarian, Jozsef Szakacs. Indian Ocean, Eugeen Vervoort. Mozambique, Henrique Berg. Romanian, loan Tachici. South German, J. Hildebrandt. Southern European, Samuel Monnier. Swiss, Hugo Moeschinger. Union of SDA in DDR, M. Boettcher. West German, E. Denkert. Yugoslavian, Jovan Slankamenac.

Administration:

Far Eastern

President, P. H. Eldridge. Secretary, W. T. Clark. Treasurer, G. 0. Bruce. Field Secretaries, H. W. Bedwell, E. L. Longway. Auditor, D. D. Dennis.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, B. E. Olson. Lay Activities, C. L. Shankel. Medical, G. C. Ekvall. Ministerial and Radio-TV, R. C. Williams. Public Relations, D. A. Roth. Publishing, M. R. Lyon. Religious Liberty, H. W. Bedwell. Sabbath School, W. V. Cements. Stewardship and Development, C. A. Williams. Temperance, B. G. Mary. Young People's Missionary Volunteer, B. E. Ja- cobs.

Union Presidents:

Central Philippine, F. M. Arrogante. East Indonesia, Anthon Waworoendeng. Japan, C. B. Watts. Korean, E. Y. Kim. North Philippine, M. G. Jereos. South China Island, D. M. Barnett. South Philippine, M. M. Claveria. Southeast Asia, R. S. Watts, Jr. West Indonesia, N. G. Hutauruk.

Administration:

Inter-American

President, B. L. Archbold. Secretary, Jose H. Figueroa, Jr. Treasurer, A. R. Norcliffe. Field Secretary, Marcel Abel. Auditor, R. R. Drachenberg.

Departmental Secretaries:

Cuban Church, Vicente Rodriguez. Education and Public Relations, C. R. Taylor. Lay Activities, A. H. Riffel. Ministerial and Health, Alfredo Aeschlimann. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, L. A. Ram- irez. Publishing, Nicolas Chaij; Associate, L. A. Ram- irez. Radio-TV and Sabbath School, Tulio Haylidck. Stewardship and Development, Glenn E. Smith. Temperance, Marcel Abel. Young People's Missionary Volunteer, George Brown.

Union Presidents:

Antillian, W. T. Collins. Caribbean, G. R. Thompson. Central American, G. E. Maxson. Colombia-Venezuela, Gabriel Castro. Franco-Haitian, G. M. Ellstrom. Mexican, Velino Salazar. West Indies, H. S. Walters.

Northern Europe-West Africa Administration:

President, W. Duncan Eva. Secretary, Alf Lohne. Treasurer, R. Unnersten. Auditor, L. J. Harju.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, B. B. Beach. Lay Activities and Radio-TV, Pawel Cieslar. Medical and Temperance, J. D. Henriksen. Ministerial, J. F. Coltheart. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, B. B. Beach. Public Relations and Young People's Missionary Volunteer, J. P. Sundquist. Publishing, J. T. Knopper. Sabbath School, Stewardship and Development,

Union Presidents:

British, E. J. Foster. Finland, W. E. Aittala. Netherlands, K. C. van Oossanen. Polish, Stanislaw Dabrowski. Swedish, Odd Jordal. West African, Thorvald Kristensen. West Nordic, Jens Madsen.

Administration:

South American

President, R. A. Wilcox. Secretary, Enoch Oliveira. Treasurer, L. D. Wood. Field Secretary, H. J. Peverini. Auditor, Samuel Alberro.

Departmental Secretaries:

,

Education, Werner Vymeister. Lay Activities and Temperance, Sergio Moctezu- ma. Medical, Daniel Nestares. Ministerial, Rubin Pereyra. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, H. J. Peverini. Public Relations, H. J. Peverini:

Publishing, P. S. Camacho. Sabbath School and Radio-TV, R. F. Mattison. Stewardship and Development, R. F. Mattison. World Foods Service and Industrial Supervisor, Aljo Pizarro. Young People's Missidnary Volunteer and Tem- perance, J. M. Vianna.

Union Presidents:

Austral, Elbio Pereyra. Chile, J. G. Clouzet. East Brazil, W. J. Streithorst. Inca, Robert GuHon North Brazil, Joao Wolff. South Brazil, 0. R. Azevedo.

Administration:

Southern Asia

President, R. S. Lowry. Secretary, C. B. Guild. Treasurer, B. H. Stickle, Jr. Field Secretary, A. J. Johanson. Auditor, E. M. Stiles.

Departmental Secretaries:

Education, C. H. Tidwell. Health,

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Lay Activities, R. M. Neish. Ministerial and Radio-TV, W. H. Mattison.

Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, M. E. Cher-

ian.

Publishing, J. M. Curnow.

Sabbath School, W. F. Storz; Associate, Gloria

Thomas.

Stewardship and Development, Sunderaj James. Temperance and Public Relations, Sunderaj

James.

Young People's Missionary Volunteer, W. J.

McHenry.

Union Presidents:

Burma, Kay Paw. Central India, V. P. Muthiah. Ceylon, B. F. Pingho. Northern, G. J. Chrislo. Pakistan, 0. W. Lange. South India, I. D. Higgins.

Administration:

Trans-Africa

President, M. L. Mills. Secretary, R. E. Clifford.

Treasurer, R. H. Roderick. Field Secretaries, A. W. Austen, Jonas Mbyiruki-

ra.

Auditor, R. H. Roderick. Departmental Secretaries:

Education and Sabbath School, T. V. Gorle. Lay Activities and Radio-TV, H. W. Peterson. Medical and Temperance, Dunbar Smith.

Ministerial, A. E. Cook. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, A. W. Au-

sten.

Publishing, I. T. Mason. Stewardship and Development, Young People's Missionary Volunteer and Public Relations, D. B. Hills.

Union Presidents:

Central African, P. G. Werner. South African, F. Campbell. South-East Africa, F. E. Wilson. Southern, H. W. Stevenson. Zaire, P. F. Lemon. Zambesi, H. C. Currie.

Other Ex-Officio Members Andrews University: Richard Hammill, President. Association of Privately Owned Seventh-day Ad- ventist Services and Industries: Cads H. Lauda, Executive Secretary. Esda Sales and Service: N. W. Litchfield, Manager.

General Conference Insurance Service: J. W. Peeke,

Manager.

Home Study Institute: D. W. Holbrook, President. Loma Linda University: D. J. Bieber, President. Pacific Press Publishing Association: L. F. Bohner, General Manager. Review and Herald: Kenneth H. Wood, Editor. Review and. Herald Publishing Association: K. W. Tilghman, General Manager. Southern Publishing Association: C. L. Paddock, Jr., General Manager. Elective Members:

G. H. Akers, M. J. Blair, 0. A. Blake, W. P. Brad-

ley, M. V. Campbell, George Chandler, R. G. Cross, Warren Danforth, J. E. Edwards, W. A.

Fagal, Marius Fridlin, V. E. Garber, 0. Gmehling,

M. D. Hannah, J. T. Krpalek, Theodore Lucas,

Percy Miles, E. L. Minchin, R. W. Morris, C. E. Moseley, Jr., Alvin G. Munson, G. R. Nash, Boardman Noland, Walter Ost, W. E. Philipps, R.

J. Radcliffe, R. L. Reynolds, C. B. Rock, Arthur H. Roth, R. S. Watts, F. C. Webster, Samuel Weiss,

A. L. White, A. G. Zytkoskee.

General Departments

The Departments of the General Conference named below were organized on the dates men- tioned, although some were actually doing work as departments prior to such organization.

EDUCATION

Organized 1902

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, C. B. Hirsch. Associate Secretaries, W. J. Brown, W. J. Cannon,

W. A. Howe, G. I. Millet, Ethel Young.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Department of Education

Secretary and Associate Secretaries; Division and North American Union Secretaries of Edu-

cation.

Other Members; G. H. Akers, D. J. Bieber, L. L.

Bock, R. H. Brown, J. W. Cassell, Emmerson

Cooper, W. J. Hackett, Richard Hammill, Mazie

A. Herin, D. W. Holbrook, M. E. Kemmerer,

lohnathon Roache, V. H. Siver, Michael Ste- venson, A. L. White. Board of Regents:

Secretary and Associate Secretaries of the De- partment of Education; Division Secretaries of Education; and the following elected members (term expiring May, 1973): E. J. Anderson, H. F. Barbour III, L. G. Barker, W. J. Blacker, G. C. Dart, R. L. Reynolds, P. B. Riley, M. W. Shultz, Mildred Summerton, Robert Williams; (term ex-

piring May, 1974): Marion Berry, Walterine Brooks, Arvil Bunch, J. W. Cassell, W. F. Easter- brook, Philip Follett, Frank A. Knittel, E. A. Rob- ertson, Ella Marie Tautiest, F. W. Wernick; (term expiring May, 1975): G. H. Akers, M. E. Brass, Ralph Darrough, John Davidson, L. A. Paschal, E.

S. Reile, Edith Stone, E. R. Walde, A. Warren;

(term expiring June, 1975): D. J. Bieber, L. L. Bock, W. J. Hackett, M. E. Kemmerer, Robert H.

Pierson, J. G. Smoot, Neal C. Wilson.

HEALTH

Organized 1902

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Administration:

Secretary, Ralph F. Waddell. Associate Secretaries, Mazie A: Herin, J. Wayne McFarland, R. L. Pelton, Elk Mae-Stoneburner, Carl Sundin, William Wagner. Consultants: Judson Klooster, Dental; Alice Marsh, Nutrition. Advisory Committee:

General Conference Department of Health Sec- retary, Associate Secretaries and Consultants; Division and North American Union Health Secretaries.

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Other Members: R. R. Bietz, M. J. Blair, Marilyn Christian, R. E. Cleveland, Marjorie Cornor, K.

tary and Associate Secretary; North American Union and Regional Local Conference Presi-

H.

Emmerson, W. W. Fordham, J. DeWitt Fox,

dents.

E. Guenther, Richard Hammill, M. G. Har-

dinge, H. H. Hill, D. B. Hinshaw, D. W. Hun- ter, W. E. Kloss, L. Vv. Malin, Carl Miller, 0. T.

Moline, Lorrenio Paytee, E. J. Remboldt, M. H.

C.

Other Members: W. S. Banfield, G. N. Banks, R. Barron, F. L. Bland, C. E. Bradford, A. N. Brog-

den, C. D. Brooks, C. L Brooks, E. E. Cleve- land, L. H. Davis, F. L. Jones, M. E. Kemmerer,

Schaffner, N. G. Simons, J. R. Spangler, E. H. J.

W.

S. Lee, G. J. Millet, L. B. Reynolds, V. L

Steed, I. C. Woodward, Kathleen Zolber.

Roberts, W. R. Robinson, C. B. Rock, N. G. Si-

Incumbent Presidents of the following S.D.A. As-

mons, W. A. Thompson, M. C. White, Neal C.

sociations:

Wilson.

Association of S.D.A. Dietitians. Association of S.D.A. Nurses. Association of S.D.A. Optometrists. Association of S.D.A. Social Workers. National Association of S.D.A. Dentists. National Association of S.D.A. Osteopaths. Public Health Association of S.D.A.'s. S.D.A. Hospital Association.

LAY ACTIVITIES

• Organized 1913

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash-

ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, V. W. Schoen. Associate Secretaries, M. T. Battle, C. E. Guen- ther, L. A. Shipowick, C. C. Weis. Assistant Secretary, Maybelle E. Vandermark.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Lay Activities Department Secretary, Associate Secretaries and Assistant Secretary; Division and North American Union Lay Activities Secretaries. Other Members: R. W. Bates, Theodore Carcich,

N. R. Dower, W. W. Fordham, ). Hinson, D. S.

Johnson, B. J. Kohler, D. A. McAdams, L. M. Nelson, Fernon Retzer, W. R. L. Scragg, Ralph F. Waddell.

MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION

Organized 1922

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, N. R. Dower. Associate Secretaries, E. E. Cleveland, A. C. Fear- ing, J. R. Spangler, George Vandeman. Assistant Secretary, 0. M. Berg.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference President, Chairman; Gen- eral Conference Vice-President (Counselor to the Association), Vice-Chairman; General Con- ference Ministerial Association Secretary, Asso- ciate Secretaries and Assistant Secretary; Divi- sion and North American Union Ministerial As- sociation Secretaries. Other Members: J. J. Aitken, W. S. Banfield, C. E. Bradford, James E. Chase, D. A. Delafield, J. L. Dittberner, John Hancock, C. B. Hirsch, M. E. Kemmerer, J. Wayne McFarland, W. G. C. Mur- doch, Marvin H. Reeder, Cree Sandefur, V. W. Schoen, H. D. Singleton, Neal C. Wilson, Ken- neth H. Wood.

NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL

Organized 1909

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, H. D. Singleton. Associate Secretary, W. W. Fordham.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Regional Department Secre-

PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY

Organized 1902

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, M. E. Loewen. Associate Secretaries, W. Melvin Adams, R. R.

Hegstad, R. W. Nixon, J. V. Scully.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Department Secretary and Associate Secretaries; Division and North American Union Public Affairs and Religious Liberty

Secretaries.

Other Members: D. H. Baasch, W. J. Hackett, W.

A. Howe, J. C. Kozel, Boardman Noland, H. D.

Singleton, E. W. Tarr, C. C. Weis, Herbert White, Neal C. Wilson, Kenneth H. Wood.

PUBLIC RELATIONS, BUREAU OF

Established 1912

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, E. W. Tarr.

Associate Secretaries, M. Carol Hetzell, Marvin

H. Reeder.

Assistant Secretary, Wayne A. Martin.

Editorial Assistant, Jane M. Allen.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Bureau of Public Relations Secretary, Associate Secretaries and Assistant Secretary; Division and North American Union Public Relations Secretaries. Other Members: J. J. Aitken, D. H. Baasch, F. L. Bland, N. R. Dower, H. D. Johnson, John Lew,

R.

J. McKinney, L. A. Shipowick, W. H. Taylor,

C.

D. Watson.

PUBLISHING

Organized 1902

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, D. A. McAdams. Associate Secretaries, W. A. Higgins, Herbert White, Bruce M.' Wickwire.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Publishing Department Sec- retary and Associate Secretaries; Division and North American Union Publishing Secretaries; Publishing House General Managers, Treasur- ers, Book and Periodical Department Managers and Superintendents in North America. One Book and Bible House manager from each publishing house territory in North America, to be nominated by each publishing house for ap- proval by the General Conference Committee. This is to be done on a rotating basis. One Art director to be appointed on a rotating basis. Other Members: F. L. Baer, M. T. Battle, Theo-

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dore Carcich, M. G. Cato, Raymond F. Cottrell,

C.

G. Cross, Ralph Davidson, K. H. Emmerson,

K.

J. Holland, D. W. Hunter, Lawrence Max-

well, Silas McClamb, R. W. Nixon, L. B. Reyn- olds, W. R. Robinson, J. R. Spangler, R. H. Utt,

A. L. White, Kenneth H. Wood.

RADIO AND TELEVISION Organized 1950

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Administration:

Secretary, W. R. L. Scragg. Associate Secretary, H. L. Reiner. Advisory Committee:

General Conference Radio-TV Department Secre- tary -and Associate Secretary; Division and North American Union Radio-TV Secretaries and Ministerial Association Secretary. Other Members: R. R. Bietz, F. L. Bland, L. L. Bock, Don Dick, W. A. Fagal, J. a Iversen, M.

E. Kemmerer, W. R. Lawson, E. W. Moore,

Alvin G. Munson, Milton Peverini, R. M. Rein- hard, H. M. S. Richards, Jr., E. W. Tarr, George Vandeman, C. C. Weis.

SABBATH SCHOOL

Organized 1902

Office AddresS: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, Fernon Retzer. Associate Secretaries, R. Curtis. Barger, W. R. Lesher, B. J. Liebelt, H. F. Rampton, L. B. Reyn-

olds.

Assistant Secretaries, Louise Meyer, Laurell Pe-

terson.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Sabbath School Department Secretary, Associate Secretaries and Assistant Secretaries; Division and North American Union Sabbath School Secretaries. Other Members: Carson Adams, E. E. Cleveland, Herman R. Murphy, M. S. Nigri, R. E. Osborn,

L. S. Ranzolin, V. W. Schoen, B. E. Seton, P. G.

Smith, R. H. Utt, Ethel Young.

STEWARDSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT Established 1%7

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Administration:

Secretary, W. M. Starks. Associate Secretary, P. G. Smith. Advisory Committee:

General Conference Stewardship and Develop- ment Secretary and Associate Secretary; Divi- sion and North American Union Stewardship and Development Secretaries. Other Members: R. Curtis Barger, Nelson Bliss,

A. C. Fearing, W. J. Hackett, A. C. McKee, R.

M. Reinhard, R. F. Williams.

TEMPERANCE

Organized 1%0

Office Address: 6830 Laurel Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Secretary, E. H. J. Steed. Associate Secretaries, G. J. Bertochini, A. V. Pink- ney, Milo C. Sawvel, F. A. Soper, C. D. Wat-

son.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Temperance Department Secretary and Associate Secretaries; Division and North American Union Conference Tern- peran'ce Secretaries. Other Members: W. H. Beaven, Theodore Car- cich, D. L. Davis, A. C. Fearing, W. W. Ford- ham, John Hancock, M. Carol Hetzell, W. A. Howe, M. E. Kemmerer, M. S. Nigri, V. W. Schoen, Ralph F. Waddell, Herbert White, R. F. Williams.

American Temperance Society Organized 1947

Headquarters: 6830 Laurel Avenue, N.W., Washing- ton, D.C. 20012. Board of Governors:

The members of the Executive Committee of the General Conference residing in the United

States.

Administration:

President, M. S. Nigri. Vice-President, Theodore Carcich. Executive Secretary, E. H. J. Steed. Treasurer, C. D. Watson. Associate Secretaries, G. J. Bertochini, A. V. Pink- ney, Milo C. Sawvel, F. A. Soper, C. D. Wat- son.

Executive Council:

M. S. Nigri, Chairman; Theodore Carcich, Vice-

Chairman; E. H. J. Steed, Secretary; G. J. Berto- chini, Gerald Bras, Miller Brockett, D. A. Dopp, Jesse 0. Gibson, Wayne Griffith, W. J. Hackett,

W.

A. Howe, D. S. Johnson, M. E. Kemmerer, C.

D.

Martin, E. M. Peterson, Robert H. Pierson, A.

V.

Pinkney, L. B. Reynolds, Milo C. Sawvel, F. A.

Soper, Ralph F. Waddell, C. D. Watson, Herbert

White, Clark Willison, Neal C. Wilson.

International Temperance Association Organized 1947

Headquarters: 6830 Laurel Avenue, N.W., Washing- ton, D.C. 20012. Board of Governors:

The members of the Executive Committee of the General Conference, and the presidents and ex- ecutive secretaries of the Temperance Societies that have been accepted into the membership of the International Temperance Association. Administration:

President, M. S. Nigri. Vice-President, Theodore Carcich. Executive Secretary, E. H. J. Steed. Treasurer, C. D. Watson. Associate Secretaries, G. J. Bertochini, A. V. Pink- ney, Milo C. Sawvel, F. A. Soper, C. D. Wat- son. Executive Council:

M. S. Nigri, Chairman; Theodore Carcich, Vice-

Chairman; E. H. J. Steed, Secretary; G. H. Akers,

G. J. Bertochini, F. L. Bland, J. W. Bothe, Clyde

0. Franz, C. B. Hirsch, W. A. Howe, M. E. Kern- merer, M. E. Loewen, C. D. Martin, D. A. McAd- ams, Robert H. Pierson, A. V. Pinkney, C. L. Pow- ers, Milo C. Sawvel, F. A. Soper, J. R. Spangler, E.

W. Tarr, Ralph F. Waddell, C. D. Watson.

YOUNG PEOPLE'S MISSIONARY VOLUNTEER (Includes National Service Organization) Organized 1907

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

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Administration:

Secretary, John Hancock. Associate Secretaries, C. D. Martin, L. M. Nelson,

L. S. Ranzolin, Clark Smith, Michael Stevenson.

Assistant Secretaries, Jan Doward, James• joiner.

Advisory Committee:

General Conference Missionary Volunteer De- partment Secretary, Associate Secretaries and Assistant Secretaries: Division and North American Union Missionary Volunteer Secre-

taries.

Other Members: G. J. Bertochini, L. L. Bock, W.

J. Brown, W. W. Fordham, Paul A. Gordon, Lo-

renzo Grant, W. I. Hackett, D. W. Holbrook, B.

J. Liebelt, W. L. Pascoe, Ralph Peay, V. W.

Schoen.

National Service Organization Committee:

W. J. Hackett, Chairman; Clark Smith, Vice- Chairman; C. D. Martin, Secretary; L. L. Bock, C. E. Bradford, K. H. Emmerson, Clyde 0. Franz, John Hancock, W. A. Howe, H. D. Johnson, M. E. Kemmerer, Robert H. Pierson, Neal C. Wilson.

Servicemen's Centers North America:

S.D.A. Servicemen's Center 8301 Barron Street Takoma Park, Maryland 20012. Telephone: (301) 434-3355. Director: Thomas A. Green, Jr.

S.D.A. Servicemen's Center 615 West Ashby Place

San Antonio, Texas 78212. Telephone: (512) 735-6674. Director: Wayne N. Andrews.

S.D.A. Servicemen's Center 6718 Alfaretta Avenue, S.W. Tacoma, Washington 98499. Telephone: (206) 588-5095. Director: Robert Babcock.

Overseas:

S.D.A. Servicemen's Center c/o S.D.A. Mission (P.O. Box 1243) 66 Hoi-ki-dong, Tong-dai-moon-ku Seoul, Korea. Telephone: 96-0073. Director: Deane Nelson.

S.D.A. Servicemen's Center Kitanakagusuku Son (P.O. Box 473, Koza, Okina- wa) Aza Adaniya, 1035 Banchi, Okinawa. Director: Clarence N. Kohler.

S.D.A. Servicemen's Center c/o Vietnam Mission (P.O. Box 453) 273, Cach Mang 1-11 Saigon, Vietnam. Director: Reo Clyde.

S.D.A. Servicemen's Center Johann Klotz Strasse 13 6 Frankfurt/Main (Niederrad) West Germany. Telephone: Frankfurt 67-38-87. Director: R. T. Heiner.

Bureaus, Corporations, Services and Legal Associations

ASSOCIATION OF PRIVATELY OWNED SEVENTH- DAY ADVENTIST SERVICES AND INDUSTRIES (Formerly Self-Supporting Institutions)

Organized 1947; reorganized 1951

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Telephone: (202) 723-0800.

Administration:

Executive Secretary and Treasurer, Caris H. Lauda. President, Allan R. Buller. Vice-Presidents, Carl E. Howe, R. R. Laing.

Executive Committee:

Allan R. Buller, Chairman; Carl E. Howe. R. R. Laing, Vice-Chairmen; Caris H. Lauda, Executive Secretary and Treasurer; Elvin Benton, Miller Brockett, Roger F. Goodge, Mrs. Harold Howard, W. A. Howe, D. W. Hunter, J. C. Kozel, Roy Mur- phy, R. L. Pelton, Frank 0. Salt, Robert S. Trim- ble, Neal C. Wilson.

AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICES

Established 1967

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Production Consultant, J. 0. Iversen.

CHRISTIAN RECORD BRAILLE FOUNDATION, INC. 4444 South 52nd Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68506 (See listing under heading of Publishing Houses)

ESDA SALES AND SERVICE

Established 1920

Cable Address: "Esda," Washington, D.C.

Telegraphic Address:

"WUX, Esda," Washington,

D.C.

107 Carroll Street,

N.W., Washington, D.C. 20012. Telephone: (202)

723-0800.

Office and Delivery Address:

Washington Headquarters:

General Manager, Neil W. Litchfield. Treasurer and Export Department, Karsten Aash- eim. Assistant Sales Manager, J. H. Wirsz. Special Orders, Myrtle McGee. Cashier-Accountant, Lee Beers.

San Francisco Branch:

1501 Howard Street, San Francisco, California

94103. Telephone: (415) 863-2591. Cable Address:

"Esda," San ,Francisco, California. Manager, R. G.

Mote.

ESDA TRAVEL SERVICE

Established 1956

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Telephone: (202) 723-0800.

Administration:

General Manager, W. L. Pascoe. Associate General Manager, K. H. Emmerson. Treasurer, M. E. Kemmerer.

San Francisco Office:

1501 Howard Street, San Francisco, California

94103.

Telephone: (415) 863-2591. Manager, R. G.

Mote.

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FAITH FOR TODAY Incorporated 1952 in New York

Office Address: 200 Stonehinge Lane, Carle Place, Long Island, New York 11514. Telephone: (516)

333-7210.

Western Office: 1000 Lawrence Drive, Newbury Park, California 19320. Telephone: (805) 498-6661. Television Mail: P.O. Box 8, New York, New York

10008.

Operating Board:

L. L. Bock, Chairman; G. F. Dalrymple, J. L. Ditt- berner, E. E. Duncan, G. R. Earle, W. A. Fagal, F.

W.

Hudgins, M. E. Kemmerer, W. R. Lawson, R.

C.

Naden, L. L. Reile, W. R. L. Scragg, G. G. Ste-

wart, Neal C. Wilson. Administration:

Program Director and Speaker, 'Al. A. Fagal. Business Manager, W. R. Lawson. Treasurer, G. G. Stewart. Assistant Treasurer, J. A. Greene. Director of Bible School, E. E. Duncan. Director of Evangelism, E. E. Duncan. Director of Film Production, R. C. Naden. Director of Public Relations, G. F. Dalrymple. Director of Station Relations, F. W. Hudgins. Editor of Publications, G. F. Dalrymple.

FAITH FOR TODAY, INC. Incorporated 1952 in New York

Office Address: 200 Stonehinge Lane, Carle Place, Long Island, New York 11514. Board of Directors:

Neal C. Wilson, Chairman: F. L. Bland, L. L.

Bock, J. W. Bothe, G. F. Dalrymple, L. H. Davis, J.

L. Dittberner, Wayne Doran, E. E. Duncan, G. R.

Earle, K. H. Emmerson, W. A. Fagal, Clyde 0. Franz, H. G. Hohensee, F. W. Hudgins, M. E. Kemmerer, W. R. Lawson, 0. D. McKee, R. C. Naden, Robert H. Pierson, Winton Preston, L. L.

Reile, H. L. Reiner, C. B. Rock, Cree Sandefur, H.

H.

Schmidt, W. R. L. Scragg, H. D. Singleton, G.

G.

Stewart, F. W. Wernick.

Administration:

President, Neal C. Wilson. Vice-President, L. L. Bock. Vice-President, W. A. Fagal. Secretary, W. R. Lawson. Treasurer, G. G. Stewart.

GENERAL CONFERENCE ASSOCIATION OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS Incorporated 1916

Constituency: General Conference delegates. Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Board of Trustees:

Robert H. Pierson, Chairman; F. L. Bland, L. L. Bock, C. E. Bradford, Theodore Carcich, K. H. Emmerson, Clyde 0. Franz, D. W. Hunter, M. E. Kemmerer, B. J. Kohler, J. C. Kozel, A. C. McKee, Boardman Noland, R. E. Osborn, Neal C. Wilson. Administration:

President, Robert H. Pierson. Secretary, J. C. Kozel. Treasurer, K. H. Emmerson. Undertreasurer, M. E. Kemmerer.

GENERAL CONFERENCE CORPORATION OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS Incorporated 1904

Constituency: General Conference delegates. Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Board of Trustees:

Robert H. Pierson, Chairman; F. L. Bland, L. L. Bock, C. E. Bradford, Theodore Carcich, K. H. Emmerson, Clyde 0. Franz, D. W. Hunter, M. E. Kemmerer, B. J. Kohler, J. C. Kozel, A. C. McKee, Boardman Noland, R. E. Osborn, Neal C. Wilson. Administration:

President, Robert H. Pierson. First Vice-President, Theodore Carcich. Second Vice-President, F. L. Bland. Third Vice-President, K. H. Emmerson. Secretary, J. C. Kozel. Assistant Secretary, A. C. McKee. Assistant Secretary, B. J. Kohler, Treasurer, K. H. Emmerson. Assistant Treasurer, M. E. Kemmerer. Assistant Treasurer, R. E. Osborn.

GENERAL CONFERENCE OFFICE SERVICES Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Service Directors:

Mailing, Gerald Edwards. Maintenance, A. F. Folger. Printing, Walter Tate.

HARRIS FOUNDATION

Established 1963

Office Address: 10225 East Burnside Street, Port- land, Oregon 97216. Postal Address: P.O. Box 16677, Portland, Oregon

97216.

Board of Trustees: (Term expiring 1972): L. L. Bock, M. E. Kemmerer, E. R. Walde; (term expiring 1973): K. H. Emmerson, W. J. Hackett, Boardman Noland; (term expiring 1974): J. C. Kozel, C. J. Nagele, Robert H. Pierson.

Administration:

President, K. H. Emmerson. Vice-Presidents, J. C. Kozel, C. J. Nagele. Secretary and Treasurer, M. E. Kemmerer; Assist- ants, L. L. Bock, E. R. Walde.

INSURANCE SERVICE

Organized 1936

Home Office 6930 Carroll Avenue Takoma Park, Maryland 20012 General Conference Insurance Service and The International Insurance Company Takoma Park, Maryland Incorporated 1936

Telephone: (202) 723-0800. Telephone: 24-hour Claim Service (202) 723-8888. Telex Number: 89-8419.

Board of Directors:

(Term expiring 1972): W. R.

Beach, C. E. Bradford, K. H. Emmerson, Neal C. Wilson; (term expiring 1973): A. B. Butler, Man- uel Carballal, Charles 0. Frederick; (term expir- ing 1974): W. A. Howe, M. E. Kemmerer, J. C. Kozel, J. W. Peeke.

Administration:

Chairman of the Board, K. H. Emmerson. President, J. W. Peeke. Vice-President, Neal C. Wilson. Treasurer, Manuel Carballal. Assistant Treasurer, J. C. Kozel. Secretary, Charles 0. Frederick. Assistant Secretary, Manuel Carballal.

General Manager, J. W. Peeke.

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Assistant General Manager, Charles 0. Frederick. Risk Management Services:

Director, Charles 0. Frederick. Risk Management Consultants, H. A. Brum- mett, William E. Craig, J. S. Laughlin, Alan M. Long, L. G. Small. Insurance Services:

Director, Gene M. Marsh. Policyholders Services:

Director, John E. Roth. Claims Manager, John E. Roth. Technical Services Manager, R. H. Hill. Appraisers, Bob L. Collins, R. H. Hill, J. W. Wetmore. Loss Prevention Specialist, Bob L. Collins. Administrative Services:

Director, Manuel Carballal. Accountant, Jonah Kumalae. Data Processing, Walter F. Farley, Lowell I. Tripp.

Western Branch Office 11291 Pierce Street Riverside, California 92505 General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Insurance Service, Inc., (Calif.) (A Non-profit Corporation) Incorporated 1958

Telephone: (714) 689-0812. Centrex: (714) 785-2323. Telex Number: 67-6437.

Board of Directors:

(Term expiring 1972): H. A.

Brummett, Stanton Parker, Dick West; (term ex- piring 1973): Calvin J. Hanson, Beverly Hoggan, J. W. Peeke; (term expiring 1974): Manuel Carbal- lal, Charles 0. Frederick, Gene M. Marsh.

Administration:

President, J. W. Peeke. Executive Vice-President, Stanton Parker. Vice-President and Secretary, Charles 0. Freder- ick. Assistant Secretary, Beverly Hoggan. Treasurer, Virgil Mayer. Assistant Treasurer, Dick West.

Branch Manager, Stanton Parker. Assistant Branch Manager, Risk Management Services:

Director, Calvin J. Hanson. Risk Management Consultants, Frank LaRose, John Parkhurst. Insurance Services:

Director, Dick West. Policyholders Services:

Director, Claims Manager, James Davis. Assistant Claims Manager, James Williams. Technical Representative, Daniel Wuerstlin. Loss Prevention Specialist, Erwin Mallernee. Administrative Services:

Director, Virgil Mayer. Cashier-Accountant, Beverly Hoggan. Assistant Cashier, Mary Wilber. Data Processing Supervisor, John Lawson.

INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS LIBERTY ASSOCIATION Incorporated 1946

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Board of Trustees:

President, Neal C. Wilson. Vice-President, W. J. Hackett.

Secretary, M. E. Loewen. Associate Secretaries, W. Melvin Adams, R. R. Hegstad, J. V. Scully. Other Members: B. L Archbold, Theodore Car- cich, Clyde 0. Franz, M. E. Kemmerer, D. A. McAdams, D. L. Michael, C. E. Palmer, E. W.

Tarr.

ISRAELITE HERITAGE INSTITUTE (Jewish) Established 1955

Office Address: 200 Stonehinge Lane, Carle Place, Long Island, New York 11514. Telephone: (516)

333-7210.

Administration:

Chairman, Neal C. Wilson. Secretary, Caris H. Lauda. Treasurer, M. E. Kemmerer. School Director, G. F. Dalrymple. Editor (Israelite Magazine): R. L. Odom.

LEGAL SERVICE Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Attorney: Boardman Noland.

NATIONAL SERVICE ORGANIZATION (See listing under Young People's Missionary Volunteer Department)

NORTH AMERICAN CONFERENCE CORPORATION OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS Incorporated 1913

Constituency: General Conference delegates from the United States and Canada. Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W, Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Board of Trustees:

Robert H. Pierson, Chairman; L. L. Bock, K. H. Emmerson, Clyde 0. Franz, M. E. Kemmerer, J.

C. Kozel, Neal C. Wilson.

Administration:

President, Robert H. Pierson. Secretary, J. C. Kozel. Treasurer, K. H. Emmerson.

RADIO, TELEVISION AND FILM CENTER Organized 1971

Office Address: 1000 Lawrence Drive, Newbury Park, California 91320. Telephone: (805) 498-6661.

Board of Trustees:

R. R. Bietz, Chairman; Cuthbert Arthur, W. J.

Blacker, F. L. Bland, L. L. Bock, J. W. Bothe, Paul

Damazo, J. Davis, J. L. Dittberner, G. R. Earle,

K.

H. Emmerson, W. A. Fagal, Clyde 0. Franz,

T.

Haylock, M. E. Kemmerer, Arthur Kiesz, W. R.

Lawson, B. E. Leach, K. J. Mittleider, Alvin G. Munson, R. H. Nightingale, Raphael Orduno, Robert H. Pierson, H. L. Reiner, H. C. Retzer, H.

M. S. Richards, Jr., Cree Sandefur, H. H.

Schmidt, F. Schneider, W. R. L Scragg, H. D. Singleton, George Vandeman, E. R. Walde, F. W. Wernick, Neal C. Wilson, R. L. VVoodfork.

Executive Committee:

R. R. Bietz, Chairman; W. J. Blacker, Vice-Chair-

man; G. N. Banks, L. L. Bock, Paul Damazo, K. H. Emmerson, W. A. Fagal, Clyde 0. Franz, M. E. Kemmerer, W. R. Lawson, Alvin G. Munson, B. F. Perez, H. C. Retzer, H. M. S. Richards, Jr., W. R. L. Scragg, George Vandeman, E. R. Walde.

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Administration:

Chairman, R. R. Bietz. 1st Vice-Chairman, Neal C. Wilson. 2nd Vice-Chairman, Alvin G. Munson. Secretary, W. R. L. Scragg. Assistant Secretary, H. L. Reiner.

President, Alvin G. Munson.

TRANS-AD, INCORPORATED Incorporated 1967

Office Address: 516 Mineola Avenue, Carle Place, Long Island, New York 11514. Telephone: (516)

333-6226.

Board of Directors:

Neal C. Wilson, Chairman; F. L. Bland, L. L.

Bock, J. W. Bothe, G. F. Dalrymple, L. H. Davis, J.

L. Dittberner, Wayne Doran, E. E. Duncan, G. R.

Earle, K. H. Emmerson, W. A. Fagal, Clyde 0. Franz, H. G. Hohensee, F. W. Hudgins, M. E.

Kemmerer, W. R. Lawson, 0. D. McKee, R. C.

Naden, Robert H. Pierson, Winton Preston, L. L. Reile, C. B. Rock, Cree Sandefur, H. H. Schmidt, W. R. L. Scragg, H. D. Singleton, G. G. Stewart,

F. W. Wernick.

Administration:

President, Neal C. Wilson. Vice-President, L. L. Bock. Secretary, W. R. Lawson. Treasurer, G. G. Stewart.

TRANSPORTATION BUREAU Established 1923

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Telephone: (202) 723-0800. Administration:

Superintendent, W. L. Pascoe. Residence Tele- phone: (301) 431-1098. Associate Superintendents, K. H. Emmerson, M. E. Kemmerer. Assistant Superintendent, V. L. Bretsch. Resi- dence Telephone: (301) 572-5702.

Eastern Transportation Office:

39-05 Crescent

Street, Long Island, New York 11101. Telephone:

(212) 361-3175. Leslie J. Norris,. Agent. Residence Telephone:

(212) 347-2152. P. T. Reyes, Assistant Agent. Resi- dence Telephone: (212) 541-8355. Cable Address: "Adventists," New York. Consign all freight shipments clearly marked as follows: (Name of owner or consignee), do S.D.A. Mission Board Transportation Bureau, 39- 05 Crescent Street, Long Island, New York 11101. For: (Name of owner or consignee and final des- tination overseas). All mail, bills of lading, and shipping notices should be sent to 39-05 Crescent Street, Long Island, New York 11101.

Washington, D.C. Transportation Office (for ship- ment of goods): 6930 Carroll Avenue, Takoma Park, Maryland 20012. Telephone: (301) 270-1031. Karsten Aasheim, Agent. Residence Telephone:

(301) 469-6849. Cable Address: "Esda," Washington, D.C. Consign all outgoing freight shipments clearly marked as follows: (Name of owner or consign- ee, name of country), do S.D.A. Mission Board Transportation Bureau, 6930 Carroll Avenue, Tak- oma Park, Maryland 20012. All mail, bills of lading, and shipping notices should be sent to 6930 Carroll Avenue, Takoma Park, Maryland 20012. Shipments from overseas should be sent via port of Baltimore, Maryland.

Western Transportation Office: 1501 Howard Street, San Francisco, California 94103. Telephone: (415)

863-2591.

R. G. Mote, Agent. Residence Telephone: (415)

992-1690.

Robert E. Northrop, Assistant Agent. Residence Telephone: (415) 355-0844. Cable Address: "Adventists," San Francisco. Consign all freight shipments clearly marked as follows: (Name of owner or consignee), c/o S.D.A. Mission Board Transportation Bureau, 1501 Howard Street, San Francisco, California 94103. For: (Name of owner or consignee, and final destination overseas). All mail, bills of lading, and shipping notices should be sent to 1501 Howard Street, San Fran- cisco, California 94103.

Unless otherwise designated, the

Other Agents:

treasurers of divisions outside of North America, and of union conferences within North America, are transportation agents for their respective ter- ritories. Within each division the union treasurers usually serve as assistant transportation agents. For details see the division listings in this Year- book.

TRUST SERVICES

Organized 1968

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Administration:

Director, A. C. McKee. Advisory Committee:

General Conference Director of Trust Services; Divisidn Di rectors and Union Association Secretaries and Treasurers. Other Members: C. G. Cross, R. M. Davidson, K.

H.

Emmerson, A. Edwin Gibb, Richard James, J.

C.

Kozel, W. R. Lawson, F. M. MacDonald,

Alvin C. Munson, Boardman Noland, R. E. Os-

born, W. M. Starks, W. I. Unterseher, J. A.

Washington.

VOICE OF PROPHECY Established 1942

Cable Address: "Voice," Glendale, California. Office Address: 1500 East Chevy Chase Drive, Glen- dale, California 91206. Telephones: (213) 245-2349 . and 243-4266. Postal Address: P.O. Box 1511, Glendale, California 91209 (business mail); P.O. Box 55, Los Angeles, California 90053 (radio mail). Operating Board:

R. R. Bietz, Chairman; W. J. Blacker, Vice-Chair-

man; Alvin G. Munson, Secretary; Herbert Ford, Vernon Foster, D. N. Hartman, N. J. Matiko, R.

H. Nightingale, B. F. Perez, H. M. S. Richards,

Sr., H. M. S. Richards, Jr., Helmuth C. Retzer, W.

R. L. Scragg, E. R. Walde.

Administration:

General Manager, Alvin G. Munson. Treasurer, D. N. Hartman. Director of Public Relations, Herbert Ford.

Associate Director of Public Relations, C. Elywn

Plainer.

Director of Field Service, N. J. Matiko. Director of Bible Schools, H. M. S. Richards, Jr.; Managing Director, Daniel R. Guild. Coordinator of Youth Outreach, D. V. Pond.

Program Directors and Speakers:

English, H. M. S. Richards, Jr.; Dean Emeritus, H.

M. S. Richards, Sr.

German, G. E. Suckert. Russian, George Melashenko.

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Spanish, B. F. Perez; Associate Director, Milton Peverini; Associate Speakers, Jose Diaz, Milton

Peveriat.

Ukrainian, N. Ilchuk.

VOICE OF PROPHECY, THE

A CORPORATION

California

Incorporated 1965

Office Address: 1500 East Chevy Chase Drive, Glen- dale, California 91206. Board of Trustees:

R. R. Bietz, Chairman; W. J. Blacker, Vice-Chair-

man; Alvin G. Munson, Secretary; Marion C.

Barnard, F. L. Bland, L. L. Bock, Shirley Burton, R.

L. Cone, Paul Damazo, J. L. Dittberner, N. R.

Dower, K. H. Emmerson, Herbert Ford, Clyde 0. Franz, D. N. Hartman, M. E. Kemmerer, B. E. Leach, Kenneth Mittleider, R. H. Nightingale, Robert H. Pierson, H. L. Reiner, Helmuth C. Ret- zer, H. M. S. Richards, Sr., H. M. S. Richards, Jr., Rudolph I. Rodriquez, V. W. Schoen, W. R. L. Scragg, E. R. Walde, Neal C. Wilson:

Administration:

President, R. R. Bietz. First Vice-President, W. J. Blacker. Second Vice-President, R. L. Cone.

Secretary, Alvin G. Munson; Assistant Secretary,

D. N. Hartman.

Treasurer, D. N. Hartman; Assistant Treasurer,

M. E. Kemmerer.

Note: This is a legal corporation. Any matter per- taining to the operation of the Voice of Proph- ecy should be referred to the above organiza-

tion.

VOICE OF PROPHECY, THE

A CORPORATION

Washington, D.C.

Incorporated 1942

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Board of Trustees:

R. R. Bietz, Chairman; W. J. Blacker, Vice-Chair-

roan; Alvin G. Munson, Secretary; Marion C. Barnard, F. L. Bland, L. L. Bock, Shirley Burton, R.

L. Cone, Paul Damazo, J. L. Dittberner, N. R.

Dower, K. H. Emmerson, Herbert Ford, Clyde 0. Franz, D. N. Hartman, M. E. Kemmerer, B. E. Leach, Kenneth Mittleider, R. H. Nightingale, Robert H. Pierson, H. L. Reiner, Helmuth C. Ret- zer, H. M. S. Richards, Sr., H. M. S. Richards, Jr., Rudolph I. Rodriquez, V. W. Schoen, W. R. L. Scragg, E. R. Walde, Neal C. Wilson.

Administration:

President, R. R. Bietz. First Vice-President, W. J. Blacker. Second Vice-President, R. L. Cone.

Secretary, Alvin G. Munson; Assistant Secretary,

D. N. Hartman.

Treasurer, D. N. Hartman; Assistant Treasurer,

M. E. Kemmerer.

Note: This is a legal corporation. Any matter per- taining to the operation of the Voice of Proph-

ecy (District of Columbia corporation), should be referred to the above organization.

WELFARE—"SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST WELFARE SERVICE, INC." Incorporated 1956

Membership: Executive Committee of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, resident in the U.S.A. Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Telephone: (202) 723-0800. Board of Trustees:

Theodore Carcich, Chairman; M. T. Battle, F. L. Bland, C. E. Bradford, K. H. Emmerson, W. W. Fordham, Clyde 0. Franz, C. E. Guenther, H. D. Johnson, B. J. Kohler, V. W. Schoen, Maybelle E. Vandermark, Ralph F. Waddell, C. C. Weis. Advisory Members: L. L. Bock, M. Carol Hetzell, L. A. Shipowick, E. W. Tarr. Administration:

President, Theodore Carcich. Vice-Presidents, K. H. Emmerson, V. W. Schoen. Executive Secretary, C. E. Guenther. Treasurer, B. J. Kohler. Eastern Depot: 59-16 Broadway, Woodside, Long Island, New York 11377. Telephone: (212) 335- 4040. William Ratzel, Manager (acting). Residence Telephone: (212) 426-6039. Western Depot: P.O. Box 191, Watsonville, Califor- nia 95076 (Campus of Monterey Bay Academy). Telephone: (408) 724-7090. Russell J. Heigh, Man- ager. Residence Telephone: (408) 688-4636.

WHITE ESTATE, ELLEN G. INCORPORATED Established 1915

An organization formed in harmony with the trust

created in the will of the late Ellen G. White, to act as her agent in the custody of her writings, and in the promotion of their continued publication in all lands. Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Board of Trustees:

W. P. Bradley, Chairman; F. L. Bland, Theodore

Carcich, D. A. Delafield, D. A. McAdams, W. G.

C. Murdoch, M. S. Nigri, A. L. White, Neal C.

Wilson, Kenneth H. Wood, Jean Zurcher. Administration:

President, W. P. Bradley. Vice-President, Theodore Carcich. Secretary, A. L. White. Treasurer, J. C. Kozel. Associate Secretary, D. A. Delafield. Assistant Secretary, Paul Gordon. Assistant Secretary (Andrews University Branch), Hedwig Jemison.

WORLD FOODS SERVICE Organized 1968

Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Administration:

Secretary, E. W. Howse.

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Persons Holding Credentials From The General Conference

Ordained Ministers:

W. Melvin Adams, J. J. Aitken, D. H. Baasch, R.

Curtis Barger, M. T. Battle, W. R. Beach, 0. M.

Berg, G. J. Bertochini, R. R. Bietz, F. L. Bland, L.

L. Bock, C. E. Bradford, V. L. Bretsch, C. D.

Brooks, W. J. Brown, R. B. Caldwell, W. J. Can- non, Manuel Carballal, Theodore Carcich, L. S. Chan, E. E. Cleveland, D. A. Delafield, N. R.

Dower.

K. H. Emmerson, Joe Engelkemier, A. C. Fear-

ing, W. W. Fordham, Clyde 0. Franz, A. Edwin Gibb, Jesse 0. Gibson, Paul A. Gordon, C. E.

Guenther, W. J. Hackett, John Hancock, F. E. J. Harder, R. E. Harris, R. R. Hegstad, W. A. Higgins, C. B. Hirsch, W. A. Howe, E. W. Howse,

D.

W. Hunter, Gordon M. Hyde, J. 0. Iversen, D.

S.

Johnson, H. D. Johnson.

M.

E. Kemmerer, B. J. Kohler, J. C. Kozel, Caris

H.

Lauda, W. R. Lesher, B. J. Liebelt, M. E. Loew-

en, C. D. Martin, Wayne A. Martin, D. A. McAd-

ams, J. Wayne McFarland, A. C. McKee, G. J. Mil- let, V. M. Montalban, R. G. Mote, L. M. Nelson,

M. S. Nigri, R. E. Osborn, W. L. Pascoe, E. W. Pe-

dersen, Robert H. Pierson, A. V. Pinkney, H. F.

Rampton, L. S. Ranzolin, Marvin H. Reeder, H. L. Reiner, R. M. Reinhard, Fernon Retzer, Primitivo

T.

Reyes, L. B. Reynolds, Arthur H. Roth. Milo C. Sawvel, V. W. Schoen, W. R. L. Scragg,

J.

V. Scully, B. E. Seton, L. A. Shipowick, H. D.

Singleton, Jacob Z. Slezak, Clark Smith, P. G.

Smith, F. A. Soper, J. R. Spangler, W. M. Starks,

E.

H. J. Steed, Michael Stevenson, Carl Sundin, E.

W.

Tarr, George Vandeman, Ralph F. Waddell,

William Wagner, C. D. Watson, F. C. Webster, C.

C. Weis, A. L. White, Herbert White, K. W. Whit-

ney, Bruce M. Wickwire, R. F. Williams, Neal C. Wilson, A. G. Zytkoskee. Chaplains in U.S. Armed Services: Glenn I. Bowen, Harold Eslinger, Norman Goodwin, Wil- liam S. Hall, Wayne C. Hill, John E. Keplinger, Herman Kibble, Robert L. Mole, J. Paul Monk, James J. North, Jr., Joseph T. Powell, Robert D. Roberts, Richard C. Sessums, Richard 0. Sten- bakken, Ralph Workman. Chaplain in U.S. Veterans Administration: John Katsumi Umeda.

Civilian Chaplain: Ralph T. Heiner.

The following names appear also under the credential listings of the organization with which they are directly connected:

B. L. Archbold, D. J. Bieber, L. F. Bohner, C. G.

Cross, P. H. Eldridge, W. Duncan Eva, W. A.

Fagal, R. R. Frame, Richard Hammill, D. W. Hol- brook, M. E. Lind, R. S. Lowry, M. L. Mills, C. J. Nagele, C. L. Paddock, Jr., C. L. Powers, H. M. S. Richards, Jr., K. W. Tilghman, R. A. Wilcox, Ken- neth H. Wood. Honorary:R. H. Adair, Wesley Amundsen, R. A. Anderson, G. J. Appel, V. T. Armstrong, J. F. Ash- lock, 0. A. Blake, C. W. Bozarth, W. P. Bradley,

M. V. Campbell, R. A. Carey, F. G. Clifford, E. E.

Cossentine, I. V. Counsel!, A. 0. Dart, E. D. Dick, E. W. Dunbar, N. W. Dunn, H. L. Dyer, J. E. Edwards, A. A. Esteb, R. R. Figuhr, T. R. Flaiz, Marius Fridlin, L. E. Froom, 0. Gmehling, A. L. Ham, W. J. Harris, Werber Johnson, G. A. Lind- say, H. W. Lowe, Theodore Lucas, G. M. Math- ews, 0. 0. Mattison, E. L. Minchin, C. E. Mosel- ey, Jr., F. A. Mote, William Mueller, W. E. Mur- ray, G. R. Nash, W. B. Ochs, R. L. Odom, W. E. Read, H. E. Rice, E. E. Roenfelt, W. A. Scharffen-

berg, C. P. Sorensen, I. V. Stonebrook, A. F. Tarr,

W. H. Teesdale, C. L. Torrey, W. G. Turner, I. M.

Vacquer, R. S. Watts. Credentialed Missionaries:

Karsten Aasheim, Esther M. Adams, Mrs. Glen- na Ambs, Marvella Anderson, Karl H. Bahr, Mrs.

Phyllis Ball, Mrs. Mary Barger, Roberta Beck, Lee

D. Beers, Jr., Mrs. Anna Belcher, Dan Benson,

Mrs. Bette M. Bertochini, Ellen Biggers, Hazel Blazier, Mrs. Ethel Bradford, Mrs. Betty Brooks, Mrs. C. Doreen Brown, H. A. Brummett, Mrs. Opal Caldwell, Mrs. Muriel Christiansen, Harold Coffin, Bob L. Collins, Mrs. Norma Collins, Mrs. Wanda Craig, R. M. Davidson, LaVerne De- Vaughn, Jan Doward, Mrs. Loretta Drake, Mrs. Emily Dresser, Mildred Dumas. Gloria Eaker, Mrs. Dorothy Emmerson, Mrs. Alice Fagerstrom, Mrs. Del Farley, Walter F. Far- ley, Katie Farney, Yvonne Fletcher, Arthur F. Fol- ger, Mrs. Maybelle Fordham, Mrs. Phyllis Foss, Mrs. Lois Mae Franz, Charles 0. Frederick, Mar- garet Fuller, Clara Gilbert, R. E. Green. Mrs. Flor- ence Hall, Calvin Hanson, Mrs. Nancy Heller, Mazie A. Herin, M. Carol Hetzell, Mrs. Garnette Higgins, Mildred Hill, R. H. Hill, Mrs. Juanita Hodde, Mrs. Betty Holbrook, Mrs. Earline Howe, Mrs. Mae Howse, Harold James, Mrs. Hedwig Jemison, Mrs. Merle Johnson, James Joiner. Mrs. June Knight, Mrs. Anita Kohler, Jean Kust- er, Mrs. Irene Larkin, Frank LaRose, J. S. Laugh- lin, Lona Lea, Luise E. Lehmann, Neil W. Litch- field, Mrs. Dixie Litten, Mrs. Oilene W. Liu, Mrs. Marjorie Lloyd, Mrs. Leona M. Long, Mrs. Edna Maye Loveless, Martha Lunt, Mrs. Agnes Mad- den, Mrs. Ruth McAdams, Milton J. McCulloch, Myrtle McGee, Mrs. Hazel Medvee, Genevieve Melendy, Louise Meyer, Mrs. Mabel Miller, T. P. Miller, Mrs. Ursula Millet, Mrs. Elsie Minesinger, Cyrus A. Mitzelfelt, Boardman Noland, Monica Norman, Robert E. Northrop, Marion Nyman, Yvonne Olsen, Hazel Olson, Annie Parchment, Stanton H. Parker, Mrs. Mona Pascoe, J. W. Peeke, R. L. Pelton, Laurel! Peterson, Marion Pet- tibone, Mrs. Beatrice Pierce. Ethel M. Randall, Mrs. Daphene Reeder, Mrs. Mary S. Reinhard, Louise Richardson, Rowena Rick, Mrs. Irma Ritchie, A. A. Roth, Mrs. Alice Roth, Eunice J. Rozema, Mrs. Grace Sampson, Mrs. Gerda Schoen, Mrs. Marjorie Seton, Jay Shanko, Eunice Shoup, Carolyn Sibley, L. G. Small, Ella May Stoneburner, Mrs. Edna Tardiff, Mrs. Vivienne Tarr, Walter E. Tate, Beverly Tiber- ghien, Jamie Trefz, Esther B. Trigger, Lowell I. Tripp, A. L. Tucker, Mrs. Dorothy Tull, Maybelle E. Vandermark, Mrs. June Vogt, Mrs. Dorothy Webster, Mrs. Jeanette Weis, J. W. Wetmore, Mrs. Ruth Wheeler, Mrs. Freida White, Mrs. Adele Wickwire, Ruth Williams, Dick Winn, John Wirsz, Audra Wood, Marcedene Wood, Leonard I. Woods, Celia Youmans, Ethel Young. Honorary:Minnie Abray, Mrs. W. H. Bacon, Mrs. Vera Baker, W. H. G. Benwell, D. Lois Bur- nett, Gladys Clarke, H. E. Clasing, Mrs. E. D. Dick, Edna E. Edeburn, Mrs. H. T. Elliott, I. H. Harrison, Ethel Howard, Grace H. Johnson, Mildred Johnson, Mrs. Virginia Kollmorgan, Mrs. Marjorie Marsh, Helen Miller, Marie Mooney, Bessie Mount, Mrs. Martha Odom, Mary Ogle, Mrs. F. M. Riegel, Frances Slate, Verna Slate, Freda Teis, Minnie Truitt, Mintie Truitt, Thelma Wellman, Ina White, Ora Williams.

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Licensed Ministers:

Ron Graybill, E. E. Zinke. Honorary:H. P. Bloum, C. D. Forshee, G. A. Huse, C. E. Palmer, W. E. Phillips, C. E. Ran- dolph. Licensed Missionaries:

Mrs. Ursula Ahonen, lane Allen, Josephine An- derson, Marilyn Anibal, Mrs. Lois E. Baker, Mary Ballard, Ardith Beers, Sandra Bernet, Arno Bohl- mann, Mrs. Hazel Bowen, Hubert W. Bowman, Mrs. Opal Bretsch, Gerald C. Brooks, Mrs. Gwen Brown, H. Sheldon Brown, Mrs. Alice R. Byran, Robert A. Byrne, Mrs. Virginia Bryne, Rachel Byrd, Robert Cabrera, George D. Cain, Mrs. Maude Cain, Audrey M. Cardey, Irene Caslow, Louise Caslow, Mrs. Jean Chappell, Mrs. Gerda Christie, Mary Anne Clifford, Jo Anna Codington, Pamela Jean Cornett, William E. Craig, Mrs. Do- lores Crouch, Mrs. Frances Cyphers, Mrs. Nancy Daily, Mrs. Sarojini P. David, C. Ivan Davis, lames W. Davis, Mrs. Loneva Doward. Gerald Edwards, Mrs. Doris Fiol, Mrs. Gillian Fisher, Mrs. Muriel Fogg, Mrs. Dorothy Folger, Mrs. June Franklin, Mrs. Miriam Gair, Shirley Garner, Mrs. Deanna Gaskill, Mrs. Geraldine Goddard, Mrs. Betty Goodman, Mrs. Linda Gre- cian, Robert E. Green, Victoria Gurubatham, Mrs. Patricia Gylstorff, Mrs. Joyce Haarhoff, Mrs. Helen Hancock, Mrs. Marjorie Harder, Erie Haw- thorne, Russell Heigh, Mrs. R. T. Heiner, Char- lotte Hens, Leonard J. Hernoud, Dorothy Hessong, Mrs. Dorothea Hilde, Joseph A. Hille- bert, Kay Hogan, Mrs. Beverly Hoggan, Barbara Hudgins, Mildred D. Hunt. Mrs. Linda Janetzko, Mrs. Lil Jarry, Patricia Jenkins, Jerry Jennings, Mrs. Mary Lee Keeler,

Mrs. Elma Kellock, Mrs. Bonnie Kotter, Lynetta Kruse, Jonah Kumalae, Sharen LaGrill, Thomas F. Larkin, John Lawson, Mrs. Sherry Lemon, Mrs. Veda Lesher, Lorenzo W. Lewis, Alan M. Long, Mrs. Edna Mae Lovelace, Edward Lugenbeal, Gil- bert Machin, Erwin Mallernee, Gene M. Marsh, Velma McCulloch, Mrs. Martyn McFarland, Mrs. Frances McKee, Ila Jo McMillan, Charles L. Meade, Theodore Mikso, Mrs. Claudia Miller, Betty Minton, Mrs. Felicisima M. Montalban, Mrs. Phyllis Morgan, Mrs. Esther Mulholland, Raymond Mulholland. Maria B. Nigri, R. W. Nixon, Leslie J. Norris, Mrs. Eva Mae Oliver, Mrs. Frances Olson, Mrs. L. Earline Papendick, John Parkhurst, Jr., Mrs. Elaine Patullo, Sandra Peifer, Mrs. Virginia Pelton, Mrs. Gloria Pennington, Arturo Perez, Herbert E. Per- kins, Don Pettibone, Mrs. Susan Pettibone, Dor- othy Pitts, Ignacio Ponce de Leon, Mrs, Donna K. Price. Mrs. Barbara Rampton, Mrs. Linda Randolph, Mrs. Lucila Ranzolin, E. Stanley Rasmussen, Wil- liam F. Ratzel, Jr., Joyce Riston, Mrs. Bonnie Rob- erts, Mrs. Alta Robinson, Mrs. Thelma Roscoe, John E. Roth, Gerald Sabes, Barbara Sauder, Mrs. Marian E. Sawvel, Mrs. Catherine Scheib, Harper Scheib, Twyla Schlotthauer, Donald C. Schmidt, Mrs. Donna Schwarz, Mrs. Doris Sickler, Allegro Sparks, Verna Springer, Mrs. Annette Stephens, Ray Stevens, Mrs. Donalea Strunk, Mrs. Fern Sule. Clifford Toews, Mrs. Maredith Torres, Edgar Allen Tull, Clarence M. Twombly, Mrs. Cornelia Verwey, Shirley Welsh, Grant C. Wesley, Richard West, Eugene Whipps, Wilma Widmer, Mrs. Mary Wilber, Merlene Wilson,

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST YEARBOOK , 1972

Wet. 1,0tic Union/

Pacific Ocean

Hawaii

Modtic Unien/

cv

Columbia

Northwest Territory

Alberta

Saskatchewan

Unions

Church Population Churches Members

Atlantic

33,067,716

262

34,985

Canadian

21,785,000

184 19,747

Central

11,422,978 288 29,461

Columbia

40,713,144 460

55,386

Lake

31,652,390 434

47,086

North Pacific

7,110,646

318 49,193

Northern

7,811,555

197 12,777

Pacific

24,765,244 448 109,560

Southern

31,855,540- 493 60,449

Manitoba

Southwestern 21,203,707

Division Totals

304 27,433

446,077

231,387,920 3,388

Hudson Bay=

Canadian Union

Washington

California

Nemdo

Pacific

Utah

Pacific Union

North Dakota Minnesota

Northern

Wyoming

Union

South Dakota

Central

Union

Nebraska

Colorado

Oklahoma

Southwestern

New Union

Mexico

Wisconsin

Michigan

Lake

Columbia

Union

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NORTH AMERICAN DIVISION

Territory:

Population:

United States, Canada, and Bermuda;

comprising the Atlantic, Canadian, Central, Co- lumbia, Lake, North Pacific, Northern, Pacific, Southern, and Southwestern Union Conferences.

231,387,920; churches, 3,388; mem- "°

bers, 446,0777-

Telex Numbers: 89-580 (within U.S.A. and Canada); RCA 24343 or WUI 64242 (from Overseas). Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012. Telephone: (202) 723-0800. Vice-President: Neal C. Wilson.

Neal C. Wilson,

Committee on Administration:

Chairman; L. L. Bock, Secretary; C. E. Bradford,

Associate Secretary; J. J. Aitken, C. H. Akers, W.

R.

Beach, D. J. Bieber, R. R. Bietz, W. J. Blacker,

M.

J. Blair, 0. A. Blake, F. L. Bland, L. F. Bohner,

J.

W.

Bothe, W. P. Bradley, Theodore Carcich,

George Chandler, C. G. Cross, Warren Danforth,

R.

M.

Davidson, J. L. Dittberner, N. R. Dower, K.

i.

Emmerson, W. A. Fagal, W. W. Fordham,

Clyde 0. Franz, V. E. Garber, Jesse 0. Gibson,

W. J. Hackett, F. R. Hale, Richard Hammill, John

Hancock, M. D. Hannah, F. E. J. Harder, C. B.

Hirsch, D. W. Holbrook, E. W. Howse, Gordon

M. Hyde.

H. D. Johnson, M. E. Kemmerer, J. C. Kozel, J. T. Krpalek, Cans H. Lauda, W. R. Lawson, B. E. Leach, Neil W. Litchfield, M. E. Loewen, D. A. McAdams, A. C. McKee, R. W. Morris, Alvin C. Munson, C. J. Nagele, R. H. Nightingale, M. S. Nigri, Boardman Noland, R. E. Osborn, Walter M.

Ost, C. L. Paddock, Jr., C. E. Palmer, J. W. Peeke, Robert H. Pierson, R. J. Radcliffe, Fernon Retzer,

R.

Roth, Cree Sandefur, H. H. Schmidt, V. W. Schoen, H. D. Singleton, Clark Smith, W. M. Starks, E. H. J. Steed, Carl Sundin, E. W. Tarr, K.

W. Tilghman, Ralph F. Waddell, E. R. Walde, F. C.

L. Reynolds, H. M. S. Richards, Jr., Arthur H.

Webster. Samuel Weiss, F. W. Wernick, A. L.

White, Kenneth H. Wood, A. G. Zytkoskee.

North American Missions Committee: Neal C. Wil- son, Chairman; W. J. Hackett, Vice-Chairman; Cans H. Lauda, Secretary; M. E. Kemmerer, Trea- surer; F. L. Baer, L. L. Bock, J. C. Kozel, D. A. McAdams, E. W. Pedersen, Arthur H. Roth, V. W. Schoen, Conrad Visser, Samuel Weiss. Coordinator of Inner City Programs: W. W. Ford-

ham.

Israelite Heritage Institute Organized 1964

(Operates under the direction of the North Ameri- can Missions Committee. Sponsors Jewish literature and a Correspondence School.) Office Address: 6840 Eastern Avenue, N.W., Wash- ington, D.C. 20012.

Administration:

Chairman, Neal C. Wilson. Secretary, Caris H. Lauda. Treasurer, M. E. Kemmerer. Editor, Israelite Magazine, R. L. Odom.

ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE

Organized 1901

Territory: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and the Bermuda Islands; comprising the Greater New York, New York, Northeastern, Northern New England, and Southern New England Con- ferences; and the Bermuda Mission.

33,067,716; churches, 262; members,

Population:

34,985.

Office Address: 400 Main Street, South Lancaster, Massachusetts 01561. Telephone: (617) 368-8333.

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 458, South Lancaster,

Massachusetts 01561.

Administration:

President, J. L. Dittberner. Secretary; A. N. Brogden. Treasurer, Ben Trout.

Auditor,

Executive Committee: J. L. Dittberner, Chairman; F. R. Aldridge, C. P. Anderson, P. A. Bernet, A. N. Brogden, R. H. Carter, Jerome Coulter, L. H. Davis, G. R. Earle, W. A. Fagal, I. E. Ferris, C. W. Griffith, Kenneth Harding, S. R. Jayne, Willie Lewis, T. 0. Moore, John Moorhead, W. G. Nel- son, A. J. Patzer, W. E. Peeke, L. L. Reile, Eugene Salamandra, L. E. Smart, Ben Trout, Conrad Vis-

ser.

; Assistant, L. D. Pendleton.

Departmental Secretaries:

A.S.I., A. N. Brogden. Education, L. E. Smart.

Lay Activities, Sabbath School and Civil Defense,

W. E. Peeke.

Medical, Ben Trout.

Public Relations, Religious Liberty and Radio-TV,

L. H. Davis.

Publishing, P. A. Bernet. Stewardship and Development, Ben Trout. Y.P.M.V. and Temperance, C. W. Griffith.

Legal Association:

The Atlantic Union Conference Association of Seventh-day Adventists. President, J. L. Dittberner. Secretary-Treasurer, Ben Trout.

Ordained Ministers:

Union: P. A. Bernet, W. R. Bornstein, A. N. Brogden, G. F. Dalrymple, L. H. Davis, J. L. Ditt-

berner, E. E. Duncan, W. A. Fagal, C. W. Griffith, Jorge Grive, Ronald Halvorsen, Kenneth Harding,

H.

G. Hohensee, F. W. Hudgins, R. C. F. Knauft,

W.

R. Lawson, R. C. Naden, W. E. Peeke, G. H.

Rainey, Carlyle B. Skinner, L. E. Smart, F. W. Thorp, Ben Trout, George White. Education: R. S. Larson, J. J. Londis, A. W. Mil- lard, C. E. Mulvihill, A. V. Wallenkampf, A. E.

Zytkoskee.

Medical: H. W. Knox, Leo J. Poirier, W. R. Quittmeyer, G. C. Winslow. Honorary: Eduardo Acosta, A. S. Anderson, F.

K.

Erlecke, F. H. Fletcher, S. L. Frost, A. R. Haig,

W.

A. Howe, C. E. Kellogg, H. W. Kibble, Oswald

Krause, V. A. LaGrone, E. R. Maas, W. R. A.

Madgwick, A. M. Potlin, G. E. Shankel, D. I. Shaw, D. T. Wilson, M. A. Wyman, Andrew Ya-

kush.

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Credentialed Missionaries:

Dorothy Kulisek, R. D. Laing, Martha Landfare,

comber, Sylvia Rose Maltby, Mrs. R. D. Marston,

 

Union: Mrs. Doris Albock, Don Anderson, L.

Anne Lear, G. A. C. Lethbridge, J. M. Levakis,

R.

Bryant, Laura M. Drown, Mrs. W. A. Fagal,

Mildred Lewis, A. J. Lidstone, Mrs. Mary

Spencesr Gordon, Mrs. Emma Kirk, Mrs. R. C. F. Knauft, A. W. Lethbridge, H. F. Matson, Mrs.

Lindquist, Mrs. A. H. MacMillan, Mrs. Rose Ma-

Margaret McKay, Mrs. A. F. Oster, Donna Ryan,

A.

R. McCleary, Mrs. A. R. McCleary, H. Mentzer,

Guy G. Stewart, J. E. Turner. Education: Mrs. Lillian Arnott, J. E. Baker, G. E.

Karl Montagne, Rebecca Montagne, Linda Mus- grave, Louise Myers, Louise Nalkranian, Mrs.

Beagles, R. E. Chase, J. W. Christian, A. F. Esposi- to, S. E. Gascay, Ruth Haller, F. E. Hauck, E. A.

Agnes Newton, G. E. Noiles, Mrs. G. E. Noiles, Arlene Patterson, Mrs. Zelma Patterson, Mrs. A.

Herlinger, D. G. Kissinger, D. W. Knott, R. G.

M.

Robinson, Myrna Robinson, C. B. Shook, Mrs.

Kryger, Mrs. R. S. Larson, 0. F. Mattingly, J. H.

C.

B. Shook, Edna Simmons, W. R. Small, Mrs.

Merriman, Mrs. J. H. Merriman, Rose Mineau, J.

D. Mustard, Ann Parrish, N. J. Roy, Mrs. R. L.

Sauls, V. L. Scheffel, 0. R. Schmidt, Mrs. Ottilie

Stafford, M. H. Suckert, Mrs. Sharlene Tessler, K.

A. Widmaier, George Yamashiro. Medical: J. R. Adams, Lucy Beale, Douglas Car-

ruthers, Mrs. Lois Cavanaugh, R. Christensen, H.

E. Clough, C. P. Cluff, Sr., Mrs. E. F. Coe, H. W.

Crandall, Mrs. H. W. Crandall, K. S. Crofoot, Mrs. J. E. Deininger, Stephen Gascay, R. B. Grif-

fin, K. J. Heid, P. Jaeger, D. E. Kriigel, Mrs. D. E. Kriigel, J. M. Lew, A. H. MacMillan, R. D. Mar- ston, P. Mitchell, T. 0. Moore, Mrs. T. 0. Moore, Donna Morse, J. J. Osborne, Mrs. J. J. Osborne, D. Owsley, I. C. Peacock, Bessie Peck,

H. C. Preston, A. M. Robinson, H. R. Runnals,

Gerald Shampo, A. V. Sparks, Mrs. Frances Ste- vens, D. A. Stone, D. J. Stone, R. Stotz, Mrs. P. E. Tomer, W. S. Twing, C. T. Walkowiak, E. L. Wall, Norma Wanamaker, R. L. Wilkins, S. W. Williams, Mrs. G. C. Winslow, G. H. Wortman. Honorary: Mabel R. Bartlett, Walter Beyeler, Paul Ford, Mrs. Stephen Gascay, James L. Girard, Annie Grant, Elsa Hagberg, Rochelle Kilgore,

Florence Kinnear, Helen Kinnear, S. R. Loomis, Shakeh Nalkranian, Herminie Passebois, Mrs.

Bessie Rice, J. A. Roberts, Mrs. J. A. Roberts, H.

V. Ruggles, Mrs. Joseph Schnetzler, R. L. Walin,

Emma Wells, Mrs. Edith M. Wilcox.

Credentialed Bible Instructors:

Union: Mrs. A. W. Lethbridge. Honorary: Mrs. Frances Bishop, Mabel A.

Vreeland.

Licensed Ministers:

Union: Stephen Bottroff, J. A. Greene, L. D.

Pendleton.

Education: D. R. Cantrell, R. E. Goodall, W. G. Nelson, P. B. Riley, R. L. Sauls.

Honorary: J. B. Frank, C. H. Gerald, Samuel Lombard, J. E. Osterblom. Licensed Missionaries:

Union: Mrs. L. R. Bryant, Mrs. W. R. Crouch, Mrs. Charles Drechsel, Ferdinand Figueroa, Isa-

bel Fish, Elliot Halversen, Bojidar Hristich, Mrs. F.

W.

Hudgins, Renee Iles, Edith Kritsberg, Mrs. W.

R.

Lawson, Samuel Mullings, Mrs. Samuel Mull-

ings, Mrs. W. E. Peeke, Mrs. Miroslav Radencev- ic, Mrs. Martha Sauer, Mrs. Maxine Stickney, Mrs. E. L. Taylor, Brenda Wright. Education: T. G. Bunch, B. T. Chapin, Mrs. Carole Clark, Mrs. Pat Clark, D. L. Crews, R. A. Folger, Mrs. R. A. Folger, Mrs. Leonor Fuentes, Lourdes Gudmundsson, R. E. Hawley, D. W. Isaak, L. L. Lee, Mrs. Karen Madore, C. M. Nor- tham, J. W. Oliver, L. D. Pelley, F. W. Robinson, Mrs. N. J. Roy, M. F. Wehtje, D. G. Worth. Medical: Serena Albrecht, Nancy Aldrich, Arax- ie Aprahamian, Mrs. Dora Armstrong, Willis

Armstrong, W. F. Barnes, Lily Bishai, B. J. Bolton, Inez Bolton, Esther Boyd, J. B. Boyd, W. D. Brew- ster, J. J. Cocksedge, E. F. Coe, C. P. Deutsch, Mrs. C. P. Deutsch, G. Duplouy, James Dupont, Mrs. James Dupont, Dwight Foster, Elsie Hardy,

H. 0. Hedden, Mrs. H. 0. Hedden, H. F. Hedg-

er, Mrs. Nellie Huston, R. H. Johns, Jr., Anna Johnson, Mildred Judkins, Vera Klopfenstein,

W. R. Small, Dorothy Studley, Avis Taylor, Mrs.

Doris C. Thomson, B. H. Warman, Mrs. B. H. Warman, Florence Wendell, D. K. Wheeler, J. D. Wilhelm, H. R. Wilkins, Alice Wortman.

BERMUDA MISSION Established 1900; organized 1959

Territory: Bermuda Islands. Population: 56,056; churches, 6; members, 1,187. Cable Address: "Adventist," Bermuda.

Office Address:

Telephones: 2-4110 and 2-4111. Postal Address: P.O. Box 1170, Hamilton, Bermuda.

King Street, Hamilton, Bermuda.

Administration:

President, F. R. Aldridge. Secretary-Treasurer, F. R. Aldridge. Executive Committee: F. R. Aldridge, Chairman; William Brown, Jr., D. C. Burgeson, Roland Hill, Rudolph James, Willie Lewis, James Madson, lames Pearman, Geary Pitcher, Sr., Roosevelt

Robinson.

Departmental Secretaries:

Book and Bible House, F. R. Aldridge. Education, Radio-TV and Religious Liberty, F. R. Aldridge. Lay Activities, Public Relations and Sabbath School, Willie Lewis. Medical, Mrs. Louie Grant. Y.P.M.V., Temperance and Publishing, James Madson.

Ordained Ministers:

F. R. Aldridge, D. C. Burgeson, Rudolph James,

Willie Lewis, James Madson. Credentialed Missionaries:

Education: Mrs. John Barnes, E. A. Brewer, William Brown, Jr., Mrs. Daniel Van Lowe. Licensed Missionaries:

Mission: Mrs. Madree Clark, L. C. Holder, Mrs. James Madson. Education: Alvin James, Norman Klam, Mrs. Willie Lewis, Mrs. Garrow Lightbourne, Mrs. Samuel Lightbourne, Wendell Tollerton.

GREATER NEW YORK CONFERENCE Organized 1902

Territory: That portion of the state of New York in- cluding New York City; and Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suf- folk, Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester Counties.

12,168,249; churches, 42; members,

Population:

6,000.

85 Long Island Expressway (By

auto: Exit 34, South Service Road), North Hills,

New Hyde Park, New York 11040. Telephone:

(516) 627-9350.

Book and Bible House, 227 West 46th Street, New York, New York 10036. Telephone: (212) 265-

0777.

Spanish Book and Bible House, 161 West 93rd Street, New York, New York 10025. Telephone:

(212) 865-0556.

Office Address:

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Administration:

President, L. L. Reile. Secretary-Treasurer, H. A. Iles.

Assistant Treasurer, Wayne D. Clark. Executive Committee: L. L. Reile, Chairman; H.

A. Iles, A. E. Butler, W. C. Hinton, Kenneth

Lacey, George Petti, Carl Praeger, Miroslav Radancevic, Rudolph Renz, Ruben Ruiz, D. W. Schiffbauer, E. L. Taylor, H. J. Thomsen, Hugo Visani, Conrad Visser. Departmental Secretaries:

Book and Bible House, Oscar Santa Cruz. Education, Kenneth Stewart. Lay Activities and Sabbath School, G. E. Ander- sen; Associate, P. C. Roque. Public Relations and Radio-TV, Publishing, G. A. Nixon; Associate, Horloni Mart- inez; Assistant, Eugene Torres. Religious Liberty, Stewardship and Development, Darrell Kenney. Y.P.M.V. and Temperance, E. L. Taylor.

Mortimer, Mrs. Clyde Newmyer, Winslow Parker, Mrs. Winslow Parker, Penny Ratzlaff, Mrs. F. G.

Reid, Louise Ruggles, Janet Schultz, Richard Schultz, Anice Schwarzer, Myschelle Spears, Ber- nice Suska, Murrell Tull, Florence Vasciannie, Jo- seph Vega, Angela Vitellaro, Larry Von Kuster, William Weisher, William Worth, Mrs. William

Worth.

Medical: Wayne Benson, Rafael Holness, Lettie Maye Johnson, Ruby Parker, Kenneth Seaman, Robert Windscheffel. Credentialed Literature Evangelists:

Raul Batista, Gerardo Brito, Dionisio Hernandez, Emilio Ochoa, Eugene Torres, Ruth Valverde.

NEW YORK CONFERENCE Organized 1862; reorganized 1906, 1922

Territory: That portion of the state of New York north and west of Columbia, Greene, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties.

Legal Association:

Population:

7,443,537; churches, 60; members,

Greater New York Corporation of Seventh-day

4,694.

Adventists.

President, L. L. Reile. Secretary-Treasurer, H. A. Iles. Field Representative, S. E. Schleenbaker.

Ordained Ministers:

Conference: G. E. Andersen, John Baldwin, Bert Benson, A. E. Butler, Ulysses Diaz, Stephen Doyle, J. T. Gil, Pedro A. Gomez, W. C. Hinton,

G. A. Nixon, 0. U. Holness, William Jackson,

Darrell Kenney, Arne Klingstrand, Wilfredo La- cayo, George MacLean, Ned Maletin, C. A. Nel- son, Miroslav Radancevic, F. G. Reid, L. L. Reile,

H.

E. Reimche, D. A. Rodriguez, Herbert Roehn,

P.

C. Roque, Miroslaw Roshak, Ruben Ruiz, Ar-

thur Santos, D. W. Schiffbauer, S. E. Schleenbak- er, Arthur Schumacher, Nathan Sims, C. J. Sohl- mann, E. L. Taylor, H. J. Thomsen, James Valen- tine, Manuel H. Villegas, Hugo Visani, Conrad Visser, Roger Weiss. Education: Clyde Newmyer.

Credentialed Missionaries:

Conference: Mrs. G. E. Anderson, Mrs. Gerda Bose, Wayne D. Clark, Mrs. H. A. Iles, Oscar Santa Cruz, Mrs. Oscar Santa Cruz. Education: Nelson Hallock, Mrs. Miroslaw Ro- shak, Mrs. H. J. Thomsen. Medical: W. G. Parker. Licensed Ministers:

Conference: H. A. Iles, Francisco Lopez, John Luppens, Horloni Martinez, E. S. Oliver, Lyle Pol- lett, Sanford Roseman, Hildebrando Salida, Niko- laus Satelmajer, Lloyd Scharfferberg, Rollin Shoe- maker, Kenneth Stewart, Anthony Torres. Education: J. Wayne Hancock, Joseph Miller. Licensed Missionaries:

Conference: Susan Barrett, James Berti, L. F. Buchanan, Meg Chipman, C. A. Dennis, Harry Montello, Mrs. Harry Montello, Grace Norris, Mrs. James Valentine, Paul Vandulek, Peter Van-

dulek.

Education: Mrs. Lotfy Abadir, Flora Alvarez, Margaret Anzelone, Deneb Appleyard, Mrs. James Berti, Donald Bird, Mrs. L. F. Buchanan, David Cadavero, Donald Chen, Mrs. Donald Chen, Patricia Christie, Carmen Coballes, Ray Colom, Mrs. Ray Colom, William Colom, Gail Davis, Mrs. Dorothy Dennis, Charles Drechsel, Enoch Duarte, Lonnie Durgan, Ruth Ekdahl, Mavis Fraser, Mrs. J. Wayne Hancock, Denzil Hart, Mrs. Denzil Hart, Lynda Hess, Martha John- son, Elaine Kelley, Mrs. Darrell Kenney, Yaqub Khan, Robin Laird, Verna Lashley, Todd Lawson, Paul Layman, Dale Lind, John Love, Helen Meade, Mrs. Elaine Meyers, George Mitchell, Roy

Office Address: 4930 West Seneca Turnpike;--Syra- cuse, New York 13215. Telephone: (315) 469-6921.

Postal Address:

Syracuse, New York 13215. Administration:

President, A. J. Patzer. Secretary-Treasurer, M. N. Hempel. Assistant Treasurer, R. A. Wesson. Executive Committee: A. J. Patzer, Chairman; Richard Burns, J. W. Edison, I. E. Ferris, Joseph Foote, M. N. Hempel, A. M. Karolyi, N. L. Mea- ger, E. C. Schermerhorn, L. J. Tessier, M. H. Thames, H. A. Uhl, H. E. Walsh. Departmental Secretaries:

A.S.I., M. N. Hempel. Book and Bible House, C. L. Jacobs. Education, T. V. Zytkoskee. Lay Activities and Sabbath School, A. M. Karolyi. Medical, Duane Cady; Dental, Albert Landa. Ministerial, A. J. Patzer. Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, T. V. Zyt- koskee. Public Relations, L. L. Caviness. Publishing, K. D. Thomas; Assistant, L. D. Din- inny. Radio-TV, A. M. Karolyi. Y.P.M.V., N.S.O. and Temperance, L. L. Cavi- ness.

Legal Association:

The New York Conference Association of Sev- enth-day Adventists. President, A. J. Patzer. Secretary-Treasurer, M. N. Hempel. Field Representative, R. A. Wesson. Ordained Ministers:

Conference: H. F. Anderson, W. H. Baker,

Gordon Blandford, L. L. Caviness, H. E. Coe, D.

E. Dale, G. B. Edgerton, L. P. Grahn, J. F. Harold,

A. M. Karolyi, P. W. Lamb, M. J. Lay, N. L. Mea-

ger, J. C. Milton, E. C. Odell, Jr., D. A. Orsburn,

C. A. Paden, A. J. Patzer, B. F. Plumb, G. L. Pur-

sley, L. J. Tessier, M. H. Thames, H. A. Uhl, R. L.

Vaughn, H. E. Walsh, M. A. Wheeler, T. V. Zyt-

P.O. Box 67, Onondaga Branch,

koskee.

Education: N. E. Evans. Credentialed Missionaries:

Conference: Mrs. Marion Bartlett, Vivienne

Nye.

Education: Mrs. Marie Armstrong, Shirley Bar- nell, Robert Caster, Mrs. Betty Chapin, Paul Cor- done, Mrs. Paul Cordone, Richard DeLong, Louis Fleming, Vernon Hill, Peggy Hough, Grace Kellogg, Gladys Knott, Cecil Lyndsey, Fred Mor- gan, Robert Murray, Larry Peck, David Prest,

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Charles Rathbun, Mrs. Teresa Tirado, Mrs. Lewis Wagner, Robert Whalley, Jerry Whitehurst, May- nard Yearly, Mrs. Jean Young. Licensed Ministers:

R. B. Harper, M. N. Hempel, C. L. Jacobs, H. G. Loomis, Michael Ortel, David Spielman, K. D. Thomas, L. H. Wagner, R. A. Wesson. Licensed Missionaries:

Conference: Mrs. Lillian Lee. Education: Mrs. Frances Allen, Mrs. Howard Anderson, Carl Ballweber, Linda Bechard, Mrs. Marion Caster, Ralph Caster, Robert Caster, Mrs. Helen Delillo, Richard DeLong, Mrs. Judi Eells, George Farrow, Louis Fleming, Leon Holt, Peggy Hough, Jeff Hunt, Richard Keech, Robert Lehrer, Cecil Lyndsay, Mrs. Cecil Lyndsay, Robert Mur- ray, Mrs. Erling Odell, William Oviatt, William Parker, David Prest, Paul Reiss, Earl Schutt, Bar- bara Smith, Mrs. Eunice Tickner, Robert Walley, Maisie Washburn, Mrs. Linda Whalley, Jerry Whitehurst, Leonard Wilhelmsen. Credentialed Literature Evangelists:

Mrs. Anna Batt, L. D. Dininny, Robert Jones, Mrs. Mildred Mills, H. C. Pak, William Patten, Edward Schlist, Richard Trivett.

NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE Organized 1945

Territory:

Population:

Regional constituency of Connecticut,

Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New

York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

1,926,614; churches, 45; members,

12,850.

Office Address: 560 West 150th Street, New York, New York 10031. Telephones: (212) 286-0233, 286-0234 and 286-0235. Administration:

President, G. R. Earle. Secretary, R. H. Carter. Treasurer, Stennett Brooks; Assistant, Lionel Ar- thur. Auditor, A. R. Greene. Executive Committee: G. R. Earle, Chairman; Stennett Brooks, R. H. Carter, Edward Fields, Samuel Franklin, J. F. Guy, Luther Hopkins, E. J. Humphrey, W. C. Jones, W. H. Kibble, Mrs. Vir- ginia Norman, T. X. Perry, J. E. Roache, Richard Rorie, Vernon Small, S. W. Stovall, G. W. Timp- son. Departmental Secretaries:

A.S.I., Stennett Brooks. Book and Bible House, Olice Brown. Education, E. C. Whidbee. Home Health Education, Silas McClamb. Inner City Program, S. A. Hutchins. Lay Activities, E. A. Lockett. Public Relations, William Alleyne. Publishing, Silas McClamb; Associates, Matthew Dennis, Leonard Harris, S. 0. James, Robert Smith. Radio-TV, R. H. Carter. Sabbath School, Industrial Relations and Reli- gious Liberty, H. R. Murphy. Stewardship and Development, Everett Alexan- der. Temperance and N.S.O., R. P. Peay. Y.P.M.V., R. P. Peay; Assistant, G. W. Timpson. Legal Association:

Northeastern Conference Corporation of Sev- enth-day Adventists. President, G. R. Earle. Secretary-Treasurer, Stennett Brooks. Field Representative, Everett Alexander. Ordained Ministers:

Everett Alexander, William Alleyne, Lionel Arthur, Harold Baptiste, D. C. Batson, Mathieu Berming-

ham, Stennett Brooks, Roy Brown, Judge Brum-

mell, R. H. Carter, R. C. Connor, G. R. Earle, W.

D. Felder, 0. E. Gordon, A. R. Coulbourne, J. F.

Guy, R. L. Hoyte, E. J. Humphrey, S. A. Hutchins,

J. A. James, S. 0. James, Simon Johnson, W. C.

Jones, W. H. Kibble, Isaac Lester, E. A. Lockett,

Silas McClamb, H. R. Murphy, L. G. Newton, J. J. North, R. P. Peay, T. X. Perry, D. B. Reid, J. E.

Roache, L. V. Shand, S. W. Stovall, D. A. Thorne,

G.

W. Timpson, E. I. B. Virgil, E. C. Whidbee, J.

P.

Willis, R. T. Wilson.

Credentialed Missionaries:

Conference: Mrs. Stennett Brooks, Mrs. Flor- ence Davis, Mrs. G. R. Earle, Mrs. Violet Farrow, Gilbert Foster, Mrs. Juanita Hamilton, Mrs. E. I. Humphrey, Mrs. W. C. Jones, Mervetta Lister, Mrs. Andrew Shorter, Vinette Walker, Mrs. Ida

Williams.

Education: Joseph Archer, Mrs. Jean

Armstrong, Mrs. Frances Bennett, Mrs. Mary Cluff, Alvan Cruz, Mrs. Margaret Earle, Mrs. Edna Florence, Mrs. Cecelia Foster, Mrs. Gloria Gar- rett, Rosa L. Goodine, Mrs. Marjorie Hill, Benito Hodge, Mrs. Thelma Kibble, Pennie Lister, Erma Lofton, Louis Matthews, Mrs. Gloria Nelson, Mrs.

J. J. North, Rebecca Riley, M. E. Russell, Winston

Silvera, Adrian Simons, Mrs. Juanita Small, Mrs. Hattie Thompson.

Credentialed Bible Instructors:

Mrs. Sophronia A. Alexander, Mrs. Leila Cornel-

ius, Zilda C. Forde, Mrs. Eva Jeltz, Mrs. Rosa L. Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth V. Martin, Merlyn E. McCal- la, Mrs. Magnolia M. McKenzie, Mrs. Elizabeth

Small.

Licensed Ministers:

Rafael Arenas, Trevor Baker, Carlos de la Pena, Keith Dennis, Matthew Dennis, A. R. Greene, H.

E. Henley, Jerry Lee, W. N. Reed, Dennis Ross,

Ciro Sepulveda, Robert Smith, J. A. Thompson, I.

L. Warden, P. M. Wesley, Albert White.

Licensed Missionaries:

Conference: Olice Brown, Mrs. R. H. Carter,

Martha Lewis, Rudolph Massey, Mrs. Brenda Wil-

liams.

Education: Theresa Allen, Mrs. Hyacinth Alli- son, Roy Ashmede, Gloria Barker, Mrs. Eleanor Best, Mrs. Ruth Blue, Calvin Campbell, Gilbert Cox, Alton Davidson, Mrs. Viola Davis, Mrs Edna Grizzle, Helene Harris, Carol Irving, Sheila John- son, Ermine Lindsay, Rovan Milliard, Mrs. Violet Moore, William Morgan, Lera Ramkisson, Mrs. Juanita Richards, Laurent Servius, Mrs. Helen To- liver, Hulda Trotman, Lester Valentine, Emma White, Mrs. Erma Williams, Owen Williamson, Reuben Wilson, Granville Woodbine, Mrs. Gran- ville Woodbine.

Credentialed Literature Evangelists:

Lionel Bramwell, Victor Campbell, Mrs Elsie Coley, Mrs. Lucille Collins, Frances Davis, Mrs. Vera George, Joseph Hall, Leonard Harris, Ernest Hughes, Mrs. Irma Johnson, George Moore, Felix Morges, Andrew Smith, Ernest Tapper, Mrs. Ella Mae Taylor, Mrs. Ruth Ward.

NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND CONFERENCE Organized 1867; reorganized 1926

Territory: Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

Population:

2,059,260; churches, 48; members,

3,149.

Office Address: 91 Allen Avenue, Portland, Maine 04103. Telephone: (207) 797-3760.

P.O. Box 1340, Portland, Maine

Postal Address:

04104.

Administration:

President, C. P. Anderson.

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Secretary-Treasurer, Ralph Trecartin. Executive Committee: C. P. Anderson, Chair- man; C. D. Chaffee, Jerome Coulter, C. W. Kober, Jarries Littlefield, W. W. Menshausen, Leon Moore, Marian Strickland, Ralph Trecartin, Merle Tyler. Departmental Secretaries:

A.S.I., C. P. Anderson. Book and Bible House, John Amick. Education, Temperance, Y.P.M.V. and War Serv- ice, Herbert Wrate. Evangelist, D. W. Cross. Lay Activities, Sabbath School and Public Rela- tions, W. W. Menshausen. Medical, R. A. Bettie. Ministerial and Medical, D. W. Cross. Publishing, Radio-TV and Religious Liberty, C. P. Anderson. Stewardship and Development, Rico Zorrilla. Legal Associations:

Maine Conference Association of Seventh-day Adventists; Northern New England Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, Incorporated. President, C. P. Anderson. Secretary-Treasurer, Ralph Trecartin. Ordained Ministers:

C. P. Anderson, P. D. Bakker, C. D. Chaffee, R. L.

Cheney, D. W. Cross, E. F. Keslake, C. W. Kober,

W. W. Menshausen, George C. Mills, R. B. Mit-

chell, R. 0. Richardson, Ernest Stevens, Leon

Strickland, Ralph Trecartin, M. A. Tyler, J. T. Wil-

liamson.

Credentialed Missionaries:

Conference: Mrs. Bernice Kimball. Education: M. W. Boynton, Mrs. Coral Clarke, Mrs. Greta Davis, Herbert Wrate. licensed Ministers:

John Amick, Dan Bettie, Kenneth Burrill, Donald Bush, W. E. Dudgeon, Steven Farley, Howard Fish, M. W. Hallock, R. L. Holton, Fred Schmid, Dwayne Toppenberg, Rico Zorrilla.

Licensed Missionaries:

Conference: Mrs. Mildred Hawkins, Sharon Pearson, June Story, Paula Studley. Education: Marian Bakker, James Beckwith, Bruce Borgensen, H. Dean Boward, Melvin Boyn- ton, Mark Bullock, Beulah Chapman, Paul Chap-

man, JoAnne Clements, Greta Davis, Cynthia Dennison, Peter DiPietro, Glenn Ferguson, Rus- sell Havens, Elizabeth Hoag, Laura Hutchins, Diane Joy, Timothy Joy, Marguerite Mitchell, Adele Morgan, James Morgan, Martha Morton, Robert Quillin, Eugene Schermerhorn, Judith Schermerhorn, Eva Sheys, James Smith, Linda

Tracey.

Medical: Mrs. Dora Armstrong, Mrs. Betty Es- tabrook, Lee Gimbel, Mrs. Mary Gimbel, Mrs. Marjorie Hall, David Kneller, Mrs. Josephine Kuy- kendall, Mrs. Grace Leighton, Millard Leighton, Maurice Lord, Morely Thomas.

Credentialed Literature Evangelists:

Carrol Lombard, Mrs. Evelyn Spaulding, Robert Sprague.

SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND CONFERENCE Organized 1871; reorganized 1903, 1926

Territory: Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.

9,414,000; churches, 61; members,

Population:

7,105.

Office Address:

01561. Telephone: (617) 365-4551. Administration:

President, S. R. Jayne. Secretary-Treasurer, D. J. Russell.

South Lancaster, Massachusetts

Assistant Treasurer, T. J. Massengill.

Executive Committee: S. R. Jayne, Chairman; R.

R. Adams, B. Beisiegel, Donald Bostian, Adele

Emin, Geraldine Grout, L. Mullings, D. J. Russell,

J. Siqueira, A. R. Swanson, Paul Wethey.

Departmental Secretaries:

A.S.I., S. R. Jayne. Book and Bible House, F. L. Jacobs; Assistant, Douglas Gregg. Education and Communications, H. E. Haas. Evangelist, R. G. Pollard. Lay Activities and Sabbath School, H. E. Voorhees. Ministerial, M. D. Gordon. Publishing, Robert Kershner; Assistants, Ro- dolphe Cloutier, Richard Johnson. Religious Liberty, David Johnston. Stewardship and Development, David Johnston. Y.P.M.V., M. D. Gordon; Assistant, R. F. Med- ford. Legal Association:

The Southern New England Conference Associa- tion of Seventh-day Adventists. President, S. R. Jayne. Secretary,. David Johnston. Treasurer, D. J. Russell. Ordained Ministers:

Conference: R. R. Adams, L. Bierlein, Donald

Bostian, F. F. Bush, R. Butendieck, G. B. Clavet, George Draper, John Ferraro, B. J. Fox, M. D. Gordon, David Guldhammer, H. E. Haas, C. Haff- ner, S. R. Jayne, C. E. Johnson, David Johnston,

W. King, Walter Kloss, Lee Manning, R. F. Med-

ford, A. L. Moore, A. C. Mote, Efrain Murillo, G.

C. Peterson, Paul Peterson, L. J. Poirier, R. G.

Pollard, D. J. Russell, Herbert Silver, Jose Si- queira, A. R. Swanson, Fred Thomas, H. W.

Voorhees, Lawrence L. Yeagley. Education: J. R. Bailey, A. R. Musgrave, Merle Rouse, R. V. Vinglas. Credentialed Missionaries:

Conference: Arlene Foster, Tom Massengill, Cornelia Walker. Education: Alfred Aastrup, Mrs. George Alfke, Mrs. Zeola Allston, John Cardoso, Mrs. John Car- doso, Wayne Cherrier, J. W. Copsey, Mrs. Bever- ly Costa, Harvey Cunningham, Mrs. Harvey Davies, John Dovich, Margaret Drown, Mrs. Norma Griffin, Mrs. Hazel Hanson, Mrs. Effie Jennings, Marguerite Johnson, Mrs. D. G. Kissin-

ger, Mrs. J. M. Knowles, Dorothy Little, Geneva Littlefield, George Lloyd, Edward McWillians, Mrs. A. W. Millard, Robert Mills, Mrs. Betty Rose Minty, Carl Moeckel, Robert Mulkern, Edward Pecce, G. C. Pierson, Willian Proctor, Mrs. Chris- tine Rennard, R. D. Roberts, Mrs. R. D. Roberts,

M. R. Simcock, Mrs. M. R. Simcock, Margaret E.

Smith, J. C. Stiles, Mrs. A. R. Swanson, Mary Beth Sypher, Horace Tuttle, Victor Vassar, Carl Wess-

man, Mrs. Carl Wessman, L. C. Wolcott, Dorothy Yaros, Henry Zuill. Licensed Ministers:

Conference: Rodolphe Cloutier, W. A. Fagal,

Jr., Ronald Flowers, Douglas Gregg, F. L. Jacobs,

Noel Johnson, Richard Johnson, Robert Kersh- ner, Harold Lickey, Jose Lopez, Earle Meola, Wayne Willey. Education: J. M. Knowles. Licensed Missionaries:

Conference: Linda Bernet, Manley Fuller, Joyce Judefind, Mrs. George Peterson, Mrs. Fred

Thomas, Mrs. Ralph Willard. Education: Jack Baker, Murdnal Baker, Carol Bassham, Julia Bonney, Wanda Brace, Wilda Bruso, Willian Buck, Connie Burdick, Randall Butler, Richard Cadavero, Paul Chambers, Mrs. J.

W. Copsey, Charles Crider, Mrs. Evelyn Cruz,

Taly Dorn, L. L. Ferguson, Gary Frost, Orey Gad-

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SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST YEARBOOK, 1972

way, Ruth Gallant, Douglas Harris, Robert Hol- brook, Alan Hurlbert, Mrs. Noel Johnson, Eldora Kaiser, Donald Kilty, Phyllis Labrez, David Landa, Linden Lawrence, Mrs. Jeanne Lewis, Gerald Lin- derman, Mrs. James Londis, Gerald Lowley, Willa MacLaren, Grace Dow McEwen, Janet Moore, John Morris, Mrs. Joanne Moulton, Carol Myers, Renee Ramsay Perry, Mrs. G. C. Pierson, Mrs. Jean Prest, Charles Randall, Robert Rice, Marga- ret Rouse, Glenna Ryder, Sylvia Scott, Leroy Sni- der, Mrs. Robert Stotz, David Taylor, Dale Twom- ley, Mrs. Dale Twomley, Rhonda Watson, Mrs. Wayne Willey, H. D. Wilson, D. G. Winslow, C. H. Zacharias. Credentialed Literature Evangelists:

Nelson Barron, Fred Dannenberger, Ed Spangler, James Ware, Ralph Willard.

INSTITUTIONS ATLANTIC UNION CONFERENCE

Educational

Atlantic Union College, South Lancaster, Mass.

01561.

Bermuda Institute, P.O. Box 59, Middle Road, Southampton, Bermuda. Greater Boston Academy, 20 Woodland Rd., Sto- neham, Mass. 02180.

Greater New York Academy, 41-32 Fifty-eighth St., Woodside, L.I., N.Y. 11377. Northeastern Academy, 1122 Forest Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10456. Pioneer Valley Academy, New Braintree, Mass.

01531.

South Lancaster Academy, South Lancaster, Mass. 01561.

Union Springs Academy, Union Springs, N.Y.

13160.

Evangelistic Centers New York Center, 227 West 46th St., New York, N.Y. 10036.

Times Square Center, 410 West 45th St., New York, N.Y. 10036.

Medical Fuller Memorial Sanitarium, 231 Washington St., South Attleboro, Mass. 02703. Geer Memorial Extended Care Facility, P.O. Box 988, Canaan, Conn. 06018. New England Memorial Hospital, 5 Woodland Rd., Stoneham, Mass, 02180. Parkview Memorial Hospital, Mere Point Road, Brunswick, Maine 04011.

Old People's Home Adventist Home, Inc., Livingston, Columbia County, N.Y. 12541.

Radio-TV Production Centers and Bible Correspondence Schools Faith for Today, 200 Stonehinge Lane, Carle Place, L.I., N.Y. 11514. Israelite Heritage Institute Bible School, 200 Sto- nehinge Lane, Carle Place, L.I., N