JUNE 12, 1987A
Dr. Larry Mascarenas, with his wife Rosalie
and their children, Brandon and Chrissy.
Tm OK, Dad,
See cover story on page 2
never complaining or lamenting
his condition. Even through all
of his suffering he was a posi-
"I'm OK, Dad
tive influence on others.
He was a family man. His child-
ren Brandon and Chrissy were
the hub of his life. Rosie said of
him, "Truly Larry was one of a
kind — husband, father, son,
son-in-law, friend, colleague,
"How are you doing, Son?" community and civic affairs. relative, physician, Pathfinder
"I'm OK, Dad." Larry was one of those rare promoter, and head deacon, but
A long-distance telephone physicians who still made house what he enjoyed best was work-
conversation between Alfonso calls. There was a family whose ing with the Pathfinders and
Mascarenas of Dixon, New Mex- car was not running and they teenagers."
ico, and his son, Larry, a 37- needed an important medica- Larry's pastor, Lonnie Mela-
year-old pediatrician, about an tion. So after a busy day Larry shenko, said, in his tribute dur-
hour before Larry's death from went to the office, found the ing the funeral service: "He min-
cancer. Matter-of-fact words, medication and drove it over to istered. He loved his work. He
but laden with Christian father- the home for those precious missed it so much the last five
and-son love. children. months when he couldn't go to
Later the father reflecting on On a Sabbath afternoon a his office. Many times he didn't
his loss, said, "My son Larry was group of church members were feel up to it, but he went to his
a real Christian. His mother and hiking. A little girl slipped and office and made rounds at the
I had provided him with a lacerated her ankle. She was hospital. They would be sur-
Christian education. He loved placed in the back of a pickup prised to see him there.
life. He enjoyed helping others, truck to be taken to the hospi- "He ministered from his bed,
especially children and teenag- tal. The mother kept objecting, calling others by phone. Some-
ers. God knows best and I trust saying that she did not have times he called just to be plea-
Him completely." insurance and couldn't afford to sant. One busy morning, I got a
After his elementary educa- pay hospital fees. But the driver phone call and the secretary
tion, Larry went to Sandia View continued on to the hospital. Dr. interrupted a meeting we were
Academy. There he met Rosalie Mascarenas was on call and having. She said Dr. Mascarenas
Lara, who became his wife. went right to the emergency wanted to speak to me. He said,
Both Larry's and Rosie's parents room. When told what had hap- 'Pastor Lonnie, I just wanted to
had met at Sandia View. They pened and the predicament of let you know how much you
began dating the next year at the mother, he took a package have meant to me — how much
Southwestern Union College out of the emergency room and your ministry has meant to my
(now Southwestern Adventist did the suturing on the tailgate family, and how thankful I am
College). of the truck. that you have come to our
Upon graduation from Loma In March of 1985, it was dis- church and what you have done
Linda University School of Med- covered that Larry was afflicted for our congregation.' "
icine in 1976, Larry took up a with lymphoma. For the next 18 Keith Mulligan, another pastor
three-year residency in pediat- months he received a series of of the large Paradise church,
rics at Loma Linda University. treatments, which seemed at was a loyal friend to Larry. He
He loved children and decided times to be effective, even mak- visited Larry every day during
he wanted to serve his church ing progress in his battle for life. the last few months of his
in this very special way. He struggled courageously, illness. When Keith was away
After completing his resi- on a trip and couldn't come by
Mr. & Mrs. Alfonso Mascarenas
dency, Larry and Rosie moved to in person, he called.
Paradise, California, where he With tears in his eyes, Alfonso
set up practice with a classmate, Mascarenas finished his testi-
Dr. Roy Smith. Besides being a mony by saying, "Sure his mother
success professionally, Larry and I are sad. Our boy wanted
was devoted to his church and to live to help people, but he
especially its young people. He answered the Master's call.
taught Sabbath School, worked Through this experience per-
with Pathfinders, assisted with haps many more will know of
campouts and projects including God's love than if he had lived.
We leave it in God's hands."
Richard W. Bendall
2 RECORD I June 12, 1987
Metroplex Celebrates checks were available that day for
the community, who were invited to
In honor of National Hospital
Week, May 10-16, Metroplex Hospital
Employee Recognition Day was
held on Thursday. On Friday, Metro-
plex Hospital departments took part
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in Killeen, Texas, held several events
for both the community and the in a health fair at the Fort Hood Post A few of the many volunteers that made Health
Exchange to help the Darnall Army Check '87 a success.
Area mayors were invited to the Community Hospital in celebration ments for the tests which included
hospital on Monday for a tour and of National Hospital Week. height, weight, blood pressure, fit-
update on the progress of Metroplex. Joyce S. Mayer ness, and flexibility, percent body fat
Tuesday was set aside for the annual Director of Marketing/Development measurement, breast exam, vision,
foundation trustee meeting. glaucoma, hearing, lower leg, lung
On Wednesday, the Metroplex Health Fair function, and blood work.
Hospital Auxiliary sponsored a rib- Sponsored by Hays Those who attended were in and
bon cutting ceremony officially out within one hour. There were also
opening the new automatic doors to Hays Memorial Hospital in San 30 booths of exhibits to educate the
the hospital, which the Auxiliary pur- Marcos, conducted a mass screening community in different areas of
chased. The opening of a new surgi- day and health fair on April 23. The specialization.
cal waiting room, furnished by the community was invited to receive Ray Carney, the new hospital pres-
Auxiliary was also celebrated with a $300 worth of medical testing for ident, planned the event.
ribbon cutting. Free blood pressure only $5.00. Jodi Kirk
Over 1,000 people made appoint- Public Relations Secretary
Southwestern Adventist College
Visitation Day Planned can, and come for the entire week-
end," Brown says. Those wishing
Special events are planned not
only for the students but also for vis-
At Southwestern to visit the campus for the weekend iting pastors. Dr. Roger Coon and Dr.
College Visitation Day at South- should contact the recruitment Robert Olson from the White Estate
western Adventist College is scheduled office for reservations by calling will lecture on current topics for pas-
for June 28, according to Victor 800/433-2440 (outside Texas), or col- tors and parents while students are
Brown, assistant to the president for lect at 817/645-5613 (inside Texas). involved in touring the campus.
recruitment. The day is specifically
planned for high school seniors and
college-age young people throughout
HOMCOMING 1987 IN PICTURES: (Left) Don
the Southwestern Union. Schneider ('62) spoke in the Keene church on
Activities for the day will begin Sabbath of alumni weekend, April 9 to 12.
with registration at 9:30 a.m. in the Schneider, president of the Rocky Mountain
Conference, was selected as co-Alumnus of the
Mabee Center, followed by financial Vear. Other honorees included Lloyd Funk-
aid planning, academic counseling, houser / '47), co-Alumnus of the Year; Betty Bell
campus tours, meetings with admin- Gibb ('57), Alumna of the Year; and Hall of
Fame inductees Jimmie C. Culpepper('27), Wil-
istrators and professors, preregistra- lardB. Johnson ('32), Hubert V. Reed ('32), and
tion for the fall semester, and recrea- Lillie Belle Clause Sanders ('47).
tional activities. (Right) Outgoing Alumni Association president
"I'd like to encourage pastors to Charles Beeler ('38) greets alumni gathered for
bring as many young people as they the Friday prayer breakfast during Southwest-
ern Adventist College's Homecoming Weekend.
Victor Brown, assistant to the president for Beeler served as presiden t for three years; elected
recruitment, will conduct Southwestern's to serve in the position was Howard Voss ('46).
summer visitation day June 28. (Photos by Earle Cabansag)
The theme of Southwestern Adventist College's
Homecoming Weekend was music, and Dr. John
Read invited all members of his Mizpah Chora-
liers (1962 to 1980) to return to campus to sing
In the Alumni Choraliers. Here they rehearse for
their Sabbath performances.
(Photo by Norbert Andrus)
June 12, 1987 / RECORD 3
PRESIDENT'S BULLETIN BOARD
Strange Fire Upon God's Altar (Part V)
Dealing with Denominational Offshoots
Some "offshoots" actually began as personal or private ministries with good inten-
Cyrii Miller tions and objectives. At some point, perhaps even unexpectedly, a change occurred as
they offered "strange fire" upon God's altar. Lev. 10:1.
At first they occasionally withheld some of their own tithe and used it for their private ministry. Later
they accepted tithe from others. In doing this they ventured upon the "enchanted ground" of Satan's
In their so-called work of reform or endeavors to liberate the church, they made a discovery. They
could receive tithe support from certain members when they criticized the leaders, doctrine, or organiza-
tion of the church.
Sooner or later this financial support gave a false sense of divine endorsement. As "strange fire" was
placed upon God's altar, they felt God was honoring their work. But according to Mal. 1:10, no such bless-
ing occurs when we misdirect God's tithe.
Their distribution of printed materials, expressing false views or grievous attitudes, produced increasing
amounts of tithe from people whose beliefs or feelings were much the same. Thus they became hardened
or entrenched in persistent opposition to God's remnant church. Eph. 4:30.
Those who rally and support such ministries are like Uzzah who thought he was doing a good work
when actually he was going against a direct command of God. These individuals are reaching out with
unholy hands to "steady the ark" of God's church, which they perceive to be falling. I Chron. 13:9, 10.
God's church may be "enfeebled and defective," but it "is the only object upon earth upon which Christ
bestows His supreme regard," Testimonies to Ministers, p. 49. He will not allow it to be dashed upon the
rocks of spiritual and organizational disruption.
May God help each of us to receive the "eyesalve" of the Holy Spirit so we can discern our true
motives and see our rightful relationship to this very serious spiritual condition found in Laodicea today.
I earnestly pray that God will enable all of us to love and live "the truth as it is in Jesus" and be com-
pletely loyal to Him and His wonderful church.
Huguley Hospital Tops Early
Adventist Sanitarium Approach
What's In a Name? Early Adventist sanitariums were
relatively limited in their contacts
<Seventh-day Adventists with people as compared to our hos-
A people of A society of pitals today. Huguley's Home Health
Agency has visited 22,370 patients in
Prophecy Saints their homes since beginning March
A movement of A conference of 5, 1984. According to Director San-
Destiny Congregations dra Banfield, they do home nursing,
physical therapy, speech therapy,
A communion of A community of and general technical assistance.
Followers Servants The Home Health Service also
A church of offers excellent opportunity for Chris-
A fellowship of tian witness. Never in the history of
believers Character Adventist Health Ministry has such
A message of A kingdom of an impact been made in the homes of
Truth Priests people as today!
A mission of A commonwealth of
Mercy Caring May Sabbath Attendance Report
Ark-La .............. 4,937 60%
"The remnant of... " Rev. 12:17 OK ................. 3,446 55%
"The church of the living God." I Tim. 3:15 SW Region .......... 3,989 34%
Texas.............. 76,006 79%
Texico .............. 3,174 68%
SW Union.......... 31,552 62%
Y,ou've heard it's
hot in Texas in
But summer school is hot, too, at
Southwestern Adventist College!
You can pick up a free college class
if you've never been a Southwestern
student before. You can get a job lined
up for the fall. You can get settled into
a dorm. (An air-conditioned one.)
Our summer classes for new students
run July 27 to August 21.
Your grades can sizzle in Intro to
Business taught by Alan Weis (you've
seen him in Insight ads); in Intro to
Chemistry with Dr. Barbara Jones
(you've seen her in Insight, too); or in
Life and Teachings of Jesus with Dr.
To tell you the truth, it's pretty cool
to get a head start at a hot college -
Southwestern Adventist College.
,t. Adventist College
**i« <a Keene, TX 76059
1-800-433-2240 (outside Texas)
& collect 817-641-5613 (in Texas)
Tulsa Students Earn
The students at Tulsa Adventist sixth grades have also completed the
Academy are working on the Advent- requirements for the honors in Michael Pilgrim, a sixth grader, dissecting a
ist Junior Youth honors in prepara- mammals and dogs. frog.
tion for the May 11 Investiture. Special attention was given by
Grades one to four are studying grades five to twelve to the sand world. Much to their surprise, post-
Indian lore, while grades three to six honor. They made a collection of masters in various states have
are learning about cats, ceramics, sand samples from around the responded to their request to send
and sign language. The fifth and sand samples from their area. As a
result, hundreds of various sand
samples have been shared, traded,
Oklahoma Camp Meeting Under the direction of Gary Affol-
ter, the principal, a former science
JULY 17 25, 1987 teacher, fifth and sixth graders have
recently dissected a frog, noting
HOLY SPIRIT: Presence, Power, Practice comparisons of its digestive system
to that of humans.
Come for a "Spiritual Transfusion " of Every Thursday afternoon the
fifth and sixth graders have visited
church shut-ins, giving them some-
thing they have made in class as a
Sabbath, July 25 token of love.
H. M. S. RICHARDS, JR., Speaker Ellen Briscoe
11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Teacher, Fifth and Sixth Grades
Thursday, July 23
ROSS HARRIS, Speaker
July 19-24, 7:30 p.m.
DR. RALPH S. LARSON
"Christ in You — The Hope of Glory'
July 25, 4:00 p.m.
in "An Afternoon with John Wesley"
Julv25, 2:15 p.m.
JIM McDONALD, Soloist, and
MICHAEL PETTIJOHN Keyboard
July 19, 5:30 p.m.
"YOU ARE SPECIAL"
Dinner for Senior Members — Lodge
These people are taking a quiz. They are attending a
Revelation Seminar in Tulsa where Revelation
Seminars seem to be in operation year round.
Throughout Oklahoma seminars have become a
way of life. More than 250 of them will be held dur-
ing 1987. ONWARD OKLAHOMA 2% will be
part of each one. Oklahoma Seventh-day Advent-
ists are serious about the gospel commission taking
the "good news" to everyone in our local mission
Continued next RECORD.....
6 RECORD / June 12, 1987 BRANDING OKLAHOMANS FOR CHRIST
Sanchez Finds Christ in
Altus Revelation Seminar
Santiago Sanchez and his wife
were baptized while living in Coeur d'
Alene, Idaho. Later, his wife left him
and in his desperate loneliness, San-
tiago started going to bars. But he
still suffered the pain of knowing
God was not happy with his drinking.
He would go home, pick up his Bible,
read it, and pray that God would help
him stop going to the bars and start
going back to Sabbath School and Santiago Sanchez (left) with Pastor J. R. Haney Santiago Sanchez, Mary Luton, and Connie Sul-
church. However, cigarettes and at his side, gives his testimony after his baptism. livan receive their baptismal certificates from
alcohol had their bands tightly en- Pastor J. R. Haney as a result of a Revelation
twined around him and he thought Seminar in Altus.
two packs of cigarettes, he smoked
himself unfit to go to church. one and began on the other. The eternal life with his Saviour and
Traveling with some friends, Santi- Holy Spirit was working with him Friend.
ago arrived in Altus, Oklahoma, with and he was able to say, "I do not want Santiago's new prayer is, "Lord,
no money and no car. He took a job to smoke any more of these! I will send a friend to talk to about the
to get just enough money to get out leave this pack lying right here, but I wonderful changes You have
of town. While waiting to get enough will not smoke any more of them." brought about in my life." And when
cash to leave, he met a lady friend. He has no desire to smoke another old acquaintances appear at his door
They went into partnership as co- cigarette — another victory gained and invite him to partake with them
owners and managers of a Mexican through God's power. in the drug and alcohol scene, he is
bar in Altus, which lasted about two After his baptism on April 11, San- able to tell them, "No, that is not for
years. During this time he was intro- tiago testified to the power of God in me any more." He takes the oppor-
duced to drugs. When smoking mari- his life by sharing his story with his tunity to share with them the won-
juana no longer gave him a high, fellow church members. He knows derful changes God has brought into
Santiago decided that neither it nor that the pendant, earrings, beer, his life. He tells them of Jesus and His
any other drug was for him. drugs, and cigarettes which he gave love for them. He introduces them to
At this point, Santiago was study- up are a very small price to pay for His best Friend, his Liberator.
ing his Bible and praying the Lord to
help him find a Spanish-speaking
Seventh-day Adventist church which Reservation for
could help him get back to God. But
in Altus there was no Spanish- OKLAHOMA CAMP MEETING
speaking Adventist church and he Wewoka Woods Adventist Center • July 17-25, 1987
had no car to seek one in another Name. _________________ Telephone_____________
town; so he changed his prayer, tell- Address.
ing the Lord that he would try the
English-speaking Adventist church. Citv__ State. .Zip.
Remembering an advertisement in Date of Arrival ___________ Date of Departure.
the newspaper about a Revelation DEPOSIT: A deposit of $10.00 (non-refundable unless notified by July 9) is required with
Seminar, he went to the church the each reservation. The balance is due upon arrival. Reservations will be canceled after 6:00
p.m., Friday, July 17, unless notified of late arrival. Applications for the full week will be
following Sabbath and told Pastor J. considered first.
R. Haney he wanted to come back to RESERVATIONS must be in our office by July 9. Make checks payable to the Oklahoma
the church and be an active member. Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and mail to P.O. Box 32098, Oklahoma City, Okla-
He was told of the Revelation homa 73123. Plan to arrive early on Friday in order to be settled and ready for the Sabbath
Seminar and arrangements were and the first meeting that evening.
made for someone to give him a ride ——— Tent, with electricity ............ $38.00 per week . _ $5.00 per night
each evening. When the lesson on ___ Steel cot with mattress .......... $ 4.00 per week - $l.00pernight
baptism was presented and the invi- ____ Chair .......................... $ 1.00 per week - $ ,50 per night
tation given to be baptized, Santiago (each) (each)
___ Campsite for private tent or trailer $35.00 per week - $4.00per night
responded along with two other (electricity only)
persons. ___ R V Hookup. ..^................. $70.00 per week _ $8.00per night
Gainfully employed, but no longer (electricity, water, sewer)
associated with the bar, Santiago ___ Cabin space .................... $27.00 per week - $4.00per night
tried very hard to give up drinking (per person) (per person)
and cigarette smoking. He did not Indicate: age_____ handicapped____ single___ couple___
succeed on his own efforts. When he (Age needed for cabins, only.)
prayed that the Lord would take the Cabins will be available for those 60 years and older or the handicapped. Two cabins will
habits from him, God answered that be for ladies only. The remaining cabins will be for married couples, but will be
dormitory-style living, ladies on one end and men on the other, with two sets of restroom
prayer by making him extremely ill facilities. Limited cooking is permitted in the cabins.
when he took a drink of beer. Mail with your deposit to: Oklahoma Conference of SDA • P.O. Box 32098
Through God's power he had the vic- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73123 Attn: Camp Meeting
tory! When Santiago bought the last
June 12, 1987 I RECORD 7
Guest speakers and former pastors: (From left)
Bentonville, Arkansas, Church Dedication Cyril Miller, Southwestern Union Conference
president; Edmund Klute, former pastor; W. L.
Woodruff, local conference president; Alvin Wil-
son, former pastor; Lee Kretz, former pastor;
Paul Clark, present pastor; and Marshall Chase,
Bentonville Church dedicated April 18.
Among other volunteers, these five men carried
a large responsibility in the operations and
workmanship of the church edifice. From left:
Spanish Crusade Albert Jordan, committee chairman; Pastor
Paul Clark; Carl demons, Architect; Rex Vox;
Held in New Orleans and Jerry McGraw.
A well-publicized evangelistic
campaign has just been completed in
New Orleans. Milton Peverini of the
Spanish Voice of Prophecy began as
speaker of the series in the Quality
Inn Midtown. Over 350 people were The Bentonville church at one time seemed
in attendance nightly. The same good doomed to extinction when only two praying
attendance continued as Evangelist members were left. Pat Kohley and Georgia
Medcalf (at right) continued meeting together
Luis German Cajiga assumed the and praying that the Lord would send the right
leadership of the latter part of the persons to help His work to prosper. The Lord
meetings and dwelt on the testing answered by sending W. H. Howard and wife Bringing greetings from the city of Bentonville
Marguerite. This seemed to be a turning point was Mayor Steve Berchey (left). Also, represent-
truths. and since that time the Bentonville Church has ing the local Chamber of Commerce was Andy
At the close of that phase of the flourished. Lee accompanied by his wife.
meetings 11 persons indicated a
desire to prepare for baptism. Four OAA Choir, Band
of these are attending church now. Visit Mountain Home
Lucas Diaz, pastor, and Arnaldo
The Mountain Home, Arkansas,
Bello, personal ministries director,
church invited the choir and band
are using a smaller room in the same
location to host Friday evening meet- from Ozark Adventist Academy to be
Milton Peverini presenting Evangelist Luis Cajiga their guests for Sabbath services on
as he comes forward to assume leadership of the ings in order to follow the interests
New Orleans Spanish meetings. and prepare them for baptism. April 25. The National Guard Armory
was rented for the day to accommo-
date the 175 persons who attended.
The Mountain Home members felt
they were privileged to have the visit
of these young people as this trip was
only the second time the band and
choir had spent a weekend away
from the Academy.
Both the band and choir partici-
pated in the Sabbath School and
church services. They gave a sacred
concert in the morning, and a secular
band concert in the evening. Both
Milton Peverini speaking to a capacity crowd in the Quality Inn Motel in New Orleans. groups were under the direction of
Bruce Kuist, music director of the
Ozark Academy Choir Academy.
A potluck noon meal was provided
for everyone, and a 6:00 p.m. supper
was served to the students. The
young people were entertained in the
church members' homes.
Second Family Life Administering Trusts Eagle Pass. When brochures were sent
out, there was no response. So he
Convention Held (Continued) decided to hold it in Crystal City. There
was a good response, and 17 were bap-
Over 400 persons attended the The trust officer of the Texas Con- tized. Now the church that should have
seven seminars offered at the ference introduced this month is closed but didn't has a congregation.
Second Family Life Convention. Gaston Wallace, a field representative. • Sign at an Arlington Baptist church:
Rene and Alvy Quispe coordinated He was born in "Happiness is the flag that waves from
the three-day event held in Keene. Burnet, Texas. He is the human heart when the King is in
married to Marjorie residence."
Positive comments abounded during • Texas Conference tithe increased for
seminar breaks. Sue Miller (sister of the 4th quarter of 1986. The per capita
Cyril Miller, union giving was up from $ 131.27 to $ 156.51.
president) of Sapulpa, • Corpus Christi will host Conference
Oklahoma. They President Bill May for a week of evan-
have two children, gelism, June 6-13. Interest names from
twins: Karen Sue the area should be sent to the pastor,
Hill of Keene, Texas, Brian Savage.
Gaston Wallace and Linda Lou Nor- • Amazing Facts Folders by Joe Cruz:
ris, of Jefferson, If you have folders to donate or know
of someone who does, please contact
Texas. Pastor Henry Barren hy writing to the
Wallace is a graduate of South- Arlington Adventist Church at 4409
western Junior College, received a B.S. Pleasantview Drive, Arlington, Texas
from Union College, and holds a 76017 or by calling the church at
Family Life Directors, Rene & Alvy Quispe master's degree from Louisiana 817/483-4837.
introducing their Second Annual Family Life • The Texas Association of Non-public
Convention. State University. He has served the
Schools (TANS) has elected Jim Clizbe
denomination for 40 years as a litera- vice president. Clizbe serves the Texas
ture evangelist, a teacher in acade- Conference as superintendent of
mies and junior academies, an asso- Adventist schools. TANS was organized
ciate book editor at Southern to monitor State Legislation that may
Publishing Association, and a pastor. affect non-public schools. Its members
He has been involved in trust service represent most major denominations,
Catholic and protestant. Our common
work since 1984. bond is to protect our schools from
government infringement while simul-
FAST FACTS taneously endorsing the state's goals in
advancing education."Contrary to
• Charles H. Tidwell, president of the Sri what many people think, our state offi-
Lanka Union, Colombo, Sri Lanka, will ces governing education are anxious to
be the guest speaker for the New Hope cooperate with the private schools,"
Marcia Dyche teaching "Parenting With Love"
Church Homecoming, June 27. This said Clizbe. "They recognize very well
— Video tapes will be available through the special one-day celebration will be held the huge monetary savings they enjoy
Conference Print Shop. Call Spencer Gordon, in the Adventist church in Marietta. as a direct result of denominational
817/641-4143. Evelyn Tidwell will give a first-hand schools." Clizbe was the unanimous
report on the mission work in the Far choice for vice president from this
East during the Sabbath School. select group. Texas Adventists can be
Mother in Prison • God is still on the throne. Since there assured that we not only have a pres-
were virtually no members left, it had ence in high places but a capable,
Gladdened by ASM been voted to close the Crystal City respected advocate. Clizbe also serves
Valentine's Day was celebrated in church. A year later the Conference on the board of TEPSAC, a spin-off of
a unique way by the Adventist Sin- Committee repeated its vote to close. TANS, whose specific responsibility is
Still no action. David Contreras chose to determine acceptable qualifications
gles Ministries of Keene. In conjunc- to hold a Revelation Seminar in nearby for accreditation.
tion with their annual party they held
a baby shower for three-month-old
Kinta, and his mother LaSonva. (Left photo) David Patterson, party photographer, gets his picture taken holding little Kinta. (Right
LaSonya is an inmate of the Federal photo) Stella Harris, president, Keene ASM Chapter, holding baby Kinta. The baby's mother, La
Sonya (left) is seated by Donna Bailey, director of the MINT program.
Correctional Institution in Fort
For about a year and a half, the
Adventist Prison Commission,
directed by Tim Culver, has been
working with many mothers in pri-
son through a program called MINT
(Mothers and Infants Together). ASM
responded to Tim's invitation to con-
duct this baby shower. Both mother
and baby joined in the fun as they
received "showers" of gifts and
Adventist Entertains Alvarado
Singles Ministry The Texas Conference is the larg-
1987 CAMP MEETING est employer in the city of Alvarado,
Keene,Texas and occupies the largest office build-
June 28 — July 4 ing there. Recognizing the civic
Fellowship & Recreation responsibility that this entails, the
Six Flags - Wet & Wild Conference hosted a dinner and
made a contribution to the city.
Tuesday and Wednesday One hundred thirty non-Adventists
Inspiration and Counsel gathered in the Conference assembly
Monday-Thursday-Friday-Sabbath room to listen to the mayor and
GYM: Will be open until 12:00 midnight every other officials outline the needs of Alvarado Mayor John Moore accepting check
the city. Visitors toured the office from Ross Lauterbach, conference treasurer.
evening except Friday.
SWIMMING POOL: Will be open until 11:30 building and received brochures on hospitality seemed to warm the
every evening except Friday. the Adventist denomination, the hearts of the guests, and they liked
CAFETERIA: Texas Headquarters, and a book, the vegetarian dinner catered by
BREAKFAST $3.25 6:30 - 7:00 a.m. [M-F] What the News Media Doesn't Tell Anna Simpson of Southwestern
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. (S-S) You, by Don and Marjorie Gray. The Adventist College.
LUNCH $3.50 12:00-1:00 p.m.
SUPPER $3.25 5:00 - 5:30 p.m.
DORM: Double occupancy S7.50 per individ
ual per night.
Full Week: ASM Member $60.00
Non Member 85.00
Three days or less: ASM Member $40.00
Non Member 55.00
Mail Reservations by June 23, to:
415 S. WestgateDr. #20
Weslaco. Texas 78596
For Information Call:
Custer Feather (817) 645-3573
Howard Sinclair (817] 641-4102
Buffet dinner for the officials and citizens of Alvarado.
Saragosa Sanctuary Amarillo Students cosponsors of the award program. In
praising the students, Haywood said,
Unharmed by Storm Win State Award "We applaud their accomplishments
The Saragosa church building was Students from the Amarillo and the recognition they bring to
left intact by the tornado that Adventist School were recently noti- themselves, their school, and their
wrought severe damage to the city fied that they were winners of the community through this award."
on Friday night, May 22. Edward State Champion Physical Fitness In a congratulatory letter, Mark
Herbert Berdan, 70, was the only Award. Official notifications of the White, then Texas Governor, wrote,
Seventh-day Adventist church award selection came to Deloris Tru- "Your outstanding efforts in keeping
member to lose his life in the storm. jillo, school principal, from George physically fit exemplify the spirit of
Two other members are reported Alien, chairman of the President's this award and make you truly
hospitalized in critical condition. The Council of Physical Fitness and deserving of this honor." The State
church school building which was Sports, and Hal Haywood, acting Champion Physical Fitness Award
located in another section was de- executive vice president of the Amer- program recognizes schools in three
molished. Some of the church ican Alliance for Health, Physical enrollment categories in each state
members lost their homes. Education, Recreation, and Dance, that have the highest percentage of
The Texico Conference disaster U.S. Congressman, Beau Boulter and Amarillo Adventist School Texas State Physical Fitness cham-
van went to the stricken area at once. pions (from left): Krystal Tyler, Sandy Chapman, Joquita Swingle, Laura Trujillo, Misty Stuteville,
Brian Vaughn, and Tanya Stuteville.
Several male students and faculty
members from Sandia View
Academy went and worked Saturday
night, Sunday, and Monday in the
disaster relief operation. Members
from the Odessa, Pecos, Van Horn
and El Paso churches also helped.
10 RECORD I June 12, 1987
students who qualify for the Presi-
dential Fitness Award on the Youth
Odessa Spanish Holds
Fitness test. Fifty percent of all eligi- Revelation Seminars
ble students at Amarillo Adventist On Sabbath and Wednesday even-
School achieved well enough to earn ings, Faustino Baeza, first elder of the
the Presidential Award and to rank Odessa Spanish church, conducts a
within the top 15 percentile of all Revelation Seminar in Spanish.
students in the nation who took the Twenty-two adults are registered. A quilt made by the ladies of the Odessa, Texas,
tests. Spanish church. Luzmila Herrera fright) is
J. L. Muniz, church treasurer, is director of Community Services, and Adelaida
Commenting on the recognition teaching a Revelation Seminar in Burciaga is director of personal ministries.
accorded the achievements of her English for the young people at the
students, Deloris Trujillo noted that same time.
"the Adventist philosophy of educa- Bible Course
tion emphasizes not only the spiritual
and intellectual development of each Leads to Baptism
student but also his/her physical Alberto Munoz studied his Bible
development. This recognition and and took the Bible lessons offered by
award make all of the work and sac- the Voice of Prophecy.
rifice worthwhile." After completing the course, he
U. S. Congressman Beau Boulter wrote to the Voice of Prophecy to
made the formal presentation of the help him find someone in his area
awards at a special ceremony on with whom he could share his new-
Thursday, November 13, 1986, at the found faith.
Olson Park Seventh-day Adventist His name was sent to Pastor Car-
church. The event was marked by Ivle Raymond and they began stu-
television and press coverage. dies together in his home.
Faustina Baeza conducts a Revelation Seminar
On April 4, Alberto and his wife
Maranatha Pathfinders in Spanish.
Irma Maria with her children, Mabel,
Camp in Wilderness Isabelle, Jazhol, and Delfino Moreno,
were baptized into the Deming, New
Saragosa's Maranatha Pathfinders Mexico, church, along with her niece.
spent the weekend of April 11 in the On this same date, Wilfredo Rascon,
wilderness south of Interstate High- Jr. was baptized. His father, Wil-
way 10. There was no water or elec- fredo, Sr., 2 sisters, a brother-in-law,
tricity, but only the world of wind and 2 nieces were baptized earlier.
and coyotes. The Deming church is growing.
Friday afternoon the Pathfinders
and their leaders arrived at different Plans are now under way to enlarge
times. The first group set up the tents the church building. Several
and other important facilities. The members are giving Bible studies.
second group set up the rest of the Plans are to have a stop-smoking
camp, including the flagpoles. class in the near future.
Friday night the Sabbath evening J. L. Muniz, church treasurer, teaching the June Tauton
vespers were conducted by Bill Revelation Seminars to the youth in English. Communication Secretary
Wendt. This was a totally new expe-
rience for eight of the Pathfinders 1987 Camp Texico Application OFFICE USE ONLY
Date App. Rec'd ___ 19 .
who are not Seventh-day Adventists.
Sabbath morning they were awak- Mail with registration fee of $10 to: Rec. No. __________
Amt. Enc. $ ________
ened by the two leaders singing to CAMP TEXICO Bal. Due $ ________
the group and wishing them a happy P.O. Box 7770 Store # __________
Sabbath. Amarillo, TX 79109 C.____ _CH_
After Sabbath School the Path-
Discount of $5 if application and deposit received before July 1. Total Camp Fee: 1st
finders took a five-mile hike for child: $100; 2nd: $95: 3rd: $90.
intermission. The Eagle (boys) coun- (Send separate application for each child)
selor, KiKi, led the hike through (Camp Texico: July 12-19, 1987)
mesquite and cactus up the slope of Ages: Must be 9-14 years old
the nearest hill. Louie Rojas, Saragosa Working Youth: 15 & older — $75
pastor, conducted the church Craft Fee $5.00. (Camp cost does not include materials used in crafts.)
service. The registration fee is not refundable. The balance is due on or before registration.
Front row: Maria, Michelle, Pricilla, Ysenia, Camper's Name _______________________________________
Ramiro, Ki Ki, Danny, Chuyita, Lisa, and Lor-
ena. Back row: Albert, Junior, and Manuel. Telephone _Sex_ -Birthday-
We are in favor of the above person attending camp. As parents or legal guardian we
accept the conditions named, including the release of the Conference and camp
management from liability in case of accident or illness. Permission is granted for
emergency medical treatment if necessary.
Signature of parents or guardians ____________________________
Telephone: Day -Evening.
Especially for Juniors and Earliteens
The Hall of Faith
Created for Sabbath School
"Sabbath School" means "World Mission"!
For 110 years the Sabbath School has inspired men and women
"to go" and "to give." The lives of those who chose "to go" and
plant the third angel's message were filled with adventure, bravery,
emotion, and faith. The idea behind the HALL of FAITH is to tell
The Pacific Press and Mission Spotlight have joined talents in the
development of 24 stories in the form of books and audio-visual
programs. Persons selected for this distinction are those whose
lives demonstrated unusual faith. An honor plaque for each is hung
in the Mission Spotlight HALL of FAITH. The art piece for each
plaque is reproduced into posters, collector's cards—and, used for
the book cover.
The tribute honors people like J. M. Andrews, O. E. Davis, Anna
Knight, Dr. Harry Miller—the list goes on! Their stories have price-
less value: they instill future goals, they rebuild childhood dreams,
they provide a deep respect for the roots of this church.
"The whole purpose," say the producers, "is to rekindle the fire
of the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the hearts of
our young people. Our generation has an obligation to tell these
stories! And, to keep on telling them! After we are gone, who will
Six Programs and Books a Year
From Mission Spotlight—for use in Sabbath School
• Audio-visual programs • Posters
• Hall of Faith logo • Collector's cards
For details or to order, contact your conference Sabbath School Depart-
ment, or write Mission Spotlight, 4284-D Memorial Drive, Decatur, Geor-
gia 30032, or call Mission Spotlight's toll-free number 1-800-221-8663,
From Pacific Press - For every young person to build a
• Companion books
(Available at Adventist Book Centers) 2233
Hall of Faith Honors Fortunately, Adventists don't have of our pioneers. Many, if not most,
to travel to Mission Spotlight head- have never heard these stories
Mission Pioneers quarters to see the Hall of Faith. before," says Jerry Heinrich, narra-
Football and baseball players, Each local church can create its own tor and producer of the series.
rodeo cowboys and rock and roll hall of faith in the earliteen and jun- For information on how to order
stars, to name but a few, are being ior Sabbath School rooms. the audio visual programs, posters,
inducted every year into halls of Mission Spotlight is reproducing and other materials, please contact
fame that honor them for the contri- the colorful montages, created exclu- your local conference Church Minis-
butions they have made in their sively for each plaque by Adventist tries Department or write to Mission
respective fields. artist Jim Padgett, as posters that can Spotlight, P.O. Box 849, Decatur,
Until now, however, there has be hung on the walls of the Sabbath Georgia 30031. You may also call
never been a "hall of faith" honoring School rooms. Mission Spotlight's toll-free number:
the mission pioneers of the Adventist In addition, Mission Spotlight is 1-800-221-8663, ext. 222.
Church who have left their homes also producing a 12-minute audio-
and sacrificed their lives to take the visual program on the life of each FFT Telecast Receives
honored missionary to be shown to
gospel of Jesus to people in foreign
juniors and earliteens during Sab- Broadcasters Award
lands — accomplishments that
render the exploits of athletes and bath School. The children will even Faith For Today's weekly series,
musicians meaningless in the light of be able to collect cards of each Christian Lifestyle Magazine,
eternity. member of the Hall of Faith much received an Award of Merit in Pro-
At Mission Spotlight headquarters like they do with baseball players. gram Production at the 44th annual
in Decatur, Georgia, such a hall of The cards will feature the same art- National Religious Broadcasters
faith was inaugurated early this year. work as the posters, with a brief bio- (NRB) convention in Washington,
Every two months a special plaque is graphical sketch printed on the back. D.C. in early February. Christian
hung in a room in honor of men like For more detailed information, the Lifestyle Magazine was one of only
J. N. Andrews, the denomination's children can buy books in the new three television ministries to be so
first overseas missionary, and Hall of Faith Series published by honored.
women like Anna Knight, the Missis- Pacific Press. The award plaque and medallion
sippi slave girl who overcame pov- "The whole idea is to rekindle the were presented to Dan Matthews,
erty and illiteracy to become an out- fire of the mission of the Seventh- executive producer and host of
standing nurse and educator as well day Adventist Church in the hearts of Christian Lifestyle Magazine by Tom
as a missionaory to India. our young people so that they will be Wallace, general manager of KFAX-
motivated to follow in the footsteps FM in San Francisco and a member
Announcements of the NRB board of directors.
Upcoming programs and events that may be of interest to Record readers are announced here in brief. Additional information is available as indicated in each item.
National AAW Conference Teachers: Dentists:
Scheduled for October
Special People Elementary ............. 2 General................. 8 3
Resume of Unfilled Adult Education......... 1 Periodontist............. 1
The Fifth National Conference Math-Physics............ 2
of the Association of Adventist Mission Opportunities Home Economics ....... 1 Physicians:
Women will meet in Takoma Park, English ................. 4 3 General................. 7 5
Maryland, October 8-11, 1987. Business-Commerce ..... 2 Internal Medicine .:..... 3
Sponsored by the Washington Some of these opportunities are
for volunteers, and some for Bible ................... 2 Ob-Gyn ................. 5
Metro Chapter of AAW. the con- Music .................. 2 Family Practice ......... 2
ference's theme will be "The regularly-employed denomina-
tional workers. Many require a Science ................. 1 Pediatrics............... 2
Adventist Woman and the Caring Industrial Education..... 1 1 Radiology............... 2
Church." Programming will stress specified academic and experience
background, and some a second Archeology ............. 1 Ophthalmology.......... 2
several areas: personal growth, Physical Education ...... 1 1 Orthopedic Surgery ..... 2
both social and spiritual, involve- language proficiency.
Reg. Vol. Theology ............... 2
ment in church activities, unity of Chemistry .............. 1
men and women in all aspects of Administrators:
Auditors ................ 3 1 Bible Instructors ........ 2 Conference Postponed
church life, and development and
use of women's leadership talents Directors: The conference on The Seventh-
Health & Temperance.. 1 Nurses: day Adventist Mission in a Secular
within the church. Supervisors ............. 2 6
Delegates and attendees from Publishing ............ 1 World, originally scheduled for
Mission ............... 3 Teachers................ 3 June 14-20 at Andrews University,
North America and around the
world will fellowship and study Ministries ............. 4 announced in the May 22 issue of
Development............ 2 Office Skills: the Record, has been rescheduled
together at the meetings, which Accountants ............ 2
will be held in Sligo Church and Pastors ................. 4 11 for September of 1988. Particulars
Dean of Girls ........... 1 Office Secretary......... 1 will be announced later and
Columbia Union College facilities. Computer Specialists .... 2
Activities will include the Consultant.............. 1 further inquiries may be directed
Women of the Year banquet and ADRA Directors ......... 2 to the Institute of World Mission at
Food Company.......... 1 Practical Skills: Andrews University, Berrien
award, keynote address, worships, Maintenance Engineers .. 5
seminars, musical programs, busi- Springs, Michigan, 49104.
Medical-Related: Agriculturalists.......... ! 1
ness meetings, social hour, an open Builders ................ 1
forum, agape supper, reception for Physical Therapy........ 1
Laboratory Technology .. 2 Food Technicians ....... 1
special guests, leadership dialogue,
and a special event that will focus Dental Hygiene ......... 2
on challenging women to full par- Dental Technicians ...... 1
ticipation in the church.
June 12, 1987 / RECORD 13
Cincinnati First Church Milton, Wisconsin Marks Clear Lake planned for Friday evening and
Sabbath afternoon. Former pas-
Observes Centennial 100th Anniversary Celebrates 90th tors, teachers and members are
The First Church of Cincinnati, The Milton (Jet.) Wisconsin The Clear Lake, Wisconsin, invited to attend. Anyone with cur-
Ohio will celebrate a centennial, Church will celebrate on July 10- Adventist Church will celebrate its rent names and addresses is asked
July 3-4, 1987, according to A. C. 12, 1987, its 100th year of continu- 90th anniversary July 3-4. Elder to send them to Mrs. Norman Brit-
Becker, pastor. All former ous meeting in the original church Dean Hubbard will be the Sabbath ain, Rt. 2, Box 213 A, Clear Lake,
members are invited. Roland building built in 1887. For informa- morning speaker. Programs are WI 54005. 715/263-2457.
Lehnhof, former pastor will be the tion, contact Helen Anderson, P.O.
Sabbath worship speaker. For
details, write to Marvin Hugo, 3800
Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45220.
Box 234, Milton, Wisconsin 53563;
Rockford, Indiana Invites Alumni IVERSON, Cella Faye, was born REITZ, Margaret Elizabeth, was
Church Centenary March 7, 1900, in Jasper County, born Sept. 8, 1909, in PA, and died
Madison College Homecoming MO, and died Jan. 31, 1987, in Ft. Feb. 23, 1987, in Ft. Worth, TX.
The Rockford Church in Indiana will be held in the Campus Church, Worth, TX. Was a member of the Was a member of the Ft. Worth
is conducting its 100th anniver- Madison, TN, June 19-21, 1987. church. Survivors: sons, Ron and
Keene, TX church. Worked as a
sary. July 25-26. Former members Guest speakers: Ed Reid and secretary in Adventist conference John, both of Ft. Worth; daughters,
and pastors are invited to attend. Henry Scoggins. Honor classes are offices. Survivors: husband, Eunice, Arlington, TX, Nancy, San
The main speaker will be Ralph 1927,' 1937, 1947, and 1962. By Bernardino, CA; brother, William
request we are including Madison Berger, Keene; sons, J. C. Lane, Jr.,
Watts of the General Conference. Ft. Worth, TX, John Lane, Phoenix, Ulrich, AZ; sister, Myrtle King, AZ;
Contact Jeanine Engle, 1500N Academy Class of 1962. For more AZ; and sister, Alsie Orr, Los 10 grandchildren; and 2 great
500W, Blufton, IN 46953. information, write or call Mable Angeles, CA. Burial was in Keene. grandchildren. Burial was in Ft.
Towery, Box 6303, Madison, TN John Griswell Worth.
Centennial Set for 37116.'Call 615/865-1615, or at the
Fremont, Nebraska hospital, 615/865-2373, ext. 4626. PETERSOM, Beulah M., was born
The long awaited historical pic- Dec. 25, 1905, in Huntington, WV, SICHER, Anton, was born May 17
The Fremont, Nebraska, Church, ture book on Madison, titled Madi
East 1st and North Platte, will and died Feb. 18, 1987. in Hem- 1905, in Austria, and died Feb. 16,
son College, School of Divine phill, TX. Was a member of the 1987, in Keene, TX. Survivors:
celebrate its Centennial Program Origin, is now on sale for $35.00.
Sabbath, August 15, 1987, starting Hemphill church. Burial was in wife, Paula, Austria; son, Erwin,
at 9:30 a.m. All former members Hemphill. Keene. Burial was in Keene.
Bangkok Hospital Mavis Shockev John Griswell
and pastors who plan to attend are
urged to write to Hazel Friestad, Anniversary
646 8th Street, Fremont, NE 68025,
or to Elder Harry E. Curl, 2405 6th
Street, Columbus, NE 68601.
Bangkok Adventist Hospital in
Bangkok, Thailand, will hold their
50th anniversary celebration June
3-6, 1987. See February 27, issue of
the Record for more information. Send all business notices to your local conference office for approval. Rate:
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LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY is
seeking a Health Educator to teach
in the undergraduate Health
Science program. Qualifications
needed for the School of Business
and Management. Minimum quali- include a DHSc or equivalent
fications: MBA and CPA or Masters degree. Position requires teaching,
in Accounting. Send resume to: advising students, and coordinat-
School of Business and Manage- ing field work. Contact: Vernon
ment, Loma Linda University — La Scheffel, Chairman HPER
Sierra Campus, Riverside, CA Department, LLU, Riverside, CA
92515, or call 714/785-2088. Dead- 92515,714/785-2082. 10-3t
line: 6-30-87 10-It
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Man-
chester, Kentucky, has an opening
* Piano Arrangements by Michael Pettijohn PEDIATRICIAN — Immediate for a Radiological Technologist. We
need. Third pediatrician in town
* Orchestra arranged and conducted by Tom Keene relocated practice out of the area
are in a rural area with an eight-
grade school and church adjacent.
* Produced by Jim McDonald for personal reasons, leaving a Member AHS. Please call Richard
* First album recipient of the 1986-87 Angel Award as deficit in pediatric coverage. Uni- Smith at 606/598-5175, or write,
versity city between Austin and 401 Memorial Drive, Manchester,
Instrumental Album of the Year San Antonio, population 30,000, KY 40962. Think of the possibili-
* Special appearance on July 25, Oklahoma Camp combined city-countv 65,000 with ties! 10-2t
Meeting, Wewoka Woods large pediatric population. Ample
office space immediately available. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Man-
For concert information or booking: Church and nine grade church chester, Kentucky has an opening
school. Climate and cultural for a Physical Therapist. Good
M. Pettljohn advantages good. Contact: Per- benefits. Member AHS. Contact
2508 Robin Circle sonnel 512/353-3200, or write to: Richard J. Smith at 606/598-5175.
Altus, Oklahoma 73521 Personnel, P.O. Box 1666, San Rural area, church and school
405/477-0872 Marcos, TX 78666. 9-2t adjacent. Don't miss out on the
good life. 10-2t
14 RECORD / June 12, 1987
NEEDED: LAUNDRY MAINTE- FOR SALE: Physician's 6-year-old
NANCE ENGINEER—An auto- 3-bedroom, 2-bath country home
mated health systems laundry, overlooking beautiful Lake Eucha
operated by the Adventist Health near Jay, Oklahoma. 15 minutes to
Systems, is under construction in SDA church, 30 minutes to 10-
the Southern California, Loma grade SDA school, 45 minutes to Official Organ of the Southwestern Union Conference
Linda area. It will feature the latest Ozark Adventist Academy. Owner of Seventh-day Adventists
in computerized automated has noved, will sacrifice for no
washers and other high tech Member, Associated Church Press
money down, assume payments of
equipment. The facility will $556 per month. 918/687-0566. 777 So. Burleson Blvd. • P.O. Box 4000 Burleson, TX 76028
initially serve four hospitals and 817/295-0476
produce 175,000 Ibs/wk. The 10-lt
wages are competitive with the Richard Bendall, Editor
industry and will be commensu- FOR SALE Country Classic, five Charles R. Beeler, Managing Editor
rate with the experience of the acres near Ozark Academy, five-
applicant. The duties will be to bedroom older home, shop, barn, SOUTHWESTERN UNION CONFERENCE DIRECTORY
maintain the equipment, boilers, storage building, pasture, nice President .............................................. Cyril Miller
distribution rail system, folders, garden spot, natural gas, paved Secretary ........................................ Clayton Pritchett
etc. Interested parties should con- road, $55,000. Call 510/736-2204, Treasurer .......................................... Max A. Trevino
tact: Roger Miller, Personnel Ana- 501/736-8774, Dick Carlson, Gen- Vice President..................................... Richard Bendall
lyst, P.O. Box 2000, Loma Linda, try Town & Country Realty, P.O. Vice President........................................ W. C. Jones
CA 92354. 714/824-4330. 9-2t Box 676, Gentry, AR 72734. 10-lt Vice President....................................... Max Martinez
Associate Treasurer................................ B. Page Haskell
DESIGNER. Review & Herald FOR SALE IN GENTRY: Brand Associate Treasurer.................................... Don Upson
Publishing Association has an
opening for an Art Designer \vith new two-bedroom home on dead DEPARTMENTS
commercial design experience. end street, nice lot, quality built,
Church Ministries, Sabbath School .................... Robert Wood
Send resume/slide portfolio to: spacious, ready for comfortable Communication ................................... Richard Bendall
Personnel, 55 West Oak Ridge Dr., living, $41,000.00. Call 501/736- Education........................................... Frances Clark
Hagerstown, MD. 301/791-7000, 2204, 501/736-8774, Dick Carlson, Health/Temperance, ASI, Community Services .......... Fred Murray
ext. 400. 9-2t Gentry Town & Country Realty, Ministerial P.R.E.A.C.H. Program .................... John McFarlane
P.O. Box 676, Gentry, AR 72734. Publishing ........................................ Larry Townsend
REGISTERED NURSES: ICU/CCU, 10-lt Religious Liberty ................................. Clayton Pritchett
Medical-Surgical nurses needed Retired Workers Fellowship ....................... B. L. Hassenpflug
for 50-bed hospital located in east Miscellaneous______ Stewardship.......................................... W. C. Jones
Tennessee. Excellent opportunity
to gain experience. Excellent HOME HEALTH EDUCATION SERVICE
benefits. Near church and school. OPENING SOON! A Christian
Learning Center offering child Director, HHES; ABC .............................. Larry Townsend
Contact Jack King, Jellico Com- Associate Director; Treasurer ....................... W. B. Robinson
munity Hospital, Route 1, Box 197, care for ages 6 weeks — 12 years.
Jellico, TN 37762, 615/784-7252, Programs include infant/toddler, TRUST SERVICES
ext. 304. 9-12t preschool, kindergarten, school Director ........................................... Charles O'Dell
age. Hours 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Treasurer ............................................. Don Upson
Monday-Friday. Vegetarian meals.
Real Estate________ Located at 725 E. Renfro, Burle-
son, Texas, The Little Green LOCAL CONFERENCE DIRECTORY
FOR SALE — spacious house, Caboose Learning Center, Inc. ARKANSAS-LOUISIANA — William L. Woodruff, President; F. Lee
Contact Virginia Gifford or Ellen Thompson, Secretary; Marshall L. Chase, Treasurer; P.O. Box 31000
plus separate 3-room house with (7025 Greenwood Road). Shreveport, LA 71130.
2-car garage in Pur vis, MS. Thomas. 817/447-1287. 10-lt
Approximately 1 mile from Bass OKLAHOMA — Robert Rider, President; Deryl Knutson, Secretary-
Memorial Academy, church, 120- MOTOR HOME, Travel Trailer, 5th Treasurer; (P.O. Box 32098) 4735 N.W. 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK
bed medical center. 2,408 sq. ft. liv- Wheel, or Tent Trailer in your 73132.
ing area with 336 sq. ft. porch, future? Adventist owned and
operated RV dealership can usu- SOUTHWEST REGION — Richard E. Barron, President; S. L. Green,
upstairs 1200 sq. ft. 4 large rooms Secretary-Treasurer; (P.O. Box 226289) 2212 Lanark, Dallas, TX 75266.
with sheet rock available to finish, ally save SDAs thousands of dol-
with bath. Appraised for over lars. Most major brands available. TEXAS — Bill May, President; Rex Bell, Secretary; R. Lauterbach,
$100,000. Will sacrifice for $75,000 Call 405/733-1753 and ask for Treasurer; (P.O. Box 800) U.S. 67 & I-35, Alvarado, TX 76009-0800.
or $80,000 with adjoining lot 100 x Jerry Watts or Lee Litchfield. Lee's
234. Phone 205/272-7493 or
RV "City, 9300 SE 29, Oklahoma TEXICO — Don K. Sullivan, President; Arnold Trujillo, Secretary; Edward
City, OK 73 130. 5-26t Stacey, Treasurer; (P.O. Box 7770) 4909 Canyon Dr., Amarillo,
504/893-4666. 10-lt TX 79114.
KEENE, TX Area — Buy now. FILM/VIDEO COMPETITION:
Interest rates going up. Several Compete for cash awards by solv- Those desiring to make wills, trust agreements, and annuities, should
beautiful brick homes available ing one of several creative prob- make them in favor of the legal association rather than the conference.
looking for new owners. For pic- lems in either film or video. Entries Write your conference Director of Trust Services for further Information.
tures and detailed info, contact will be judged on creativity. Pro-
HERMAN GRIFFIN, Realtor/As- fessional equipment not required. ADVENTIST BOOK CENTER DIRECTORY
sociate, Century 21, A-One Realty, For more information write to
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Hagerstown, MD 21740. 9-2t 73123.405/721-6114.
SOUTHWEST REGION — 2215 Lanark, P.O. Box 226289, Dallas, TX
Sunset Calendar 75266. 214/948-6382.
TEXAS — 200 W. Magnolia. P.O. Box 716, Keene, TX 76059. 817/641-
6661; Toll-free: In Texas — 800/722-8005; outside of Texas — 800/882-
7676. (The Texas ABC also serves the Texico Conference.)
June 12 June 19 June 26 July 3
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Fort Worth/Keene, Texas . . . . . 8:37 8:40 8:41 8:41 should be addressed to the LOCAL CONFERENCE OFFICE.
Galveston/Houston, Texas . . ..8:19 8:21 8:22 8:23
Gentry. Arkansas .......... 8:35 8:37 8:39 8:38 COPY DEADLINES
Little Rock, Arkansas ....... . . 8:22 8:25 8:26 8:26 Announcement for Events Should Be in Local
Muskogee, Oklahoma ...... . . 8:35 8:39 8:41 8:40 on Weekend of Conference Office by
New Orleans, Louisiana .... . . 8:01 8:04 8:05 8:05 July 4 and 11 ............................................. May 27
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . . . . 8:46 8:48 8:50 8:49 July 18 and 25 ............................................ June 9
San Antonio, Texas ........ 8:34 8:36 8:38 8:38 August 1 and 8 ........................................... June 22
Santa Fe, New Mexico ...... .8:21 8:24 8:25 8:25 August 15 and 22 .......................................... July 15
Shreveport, Louisiana ...... 8:23 8:25 8:27 8:26
Tulsa, Oklahoma ........... 8:41 8:43 8:45 8:44 Volume 86, Number 10 June 12, 1987
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