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Evangelize' Is Motto throughout Union

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									         Monday, November 24, 1975 / Volume 75, Number 21 / Angwin, California / Official Organ of the Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists



   Evangelize' Is Motto throughout Union
                                                                                                            Al Dia Telecast
                                                                                                            Reaches 3 Million
                                                                                                               Ready for airing in January,         Adventist-owned Verity Pro-
                                                                                                            1976, in both Los Angeles and        ductions, Inc., in Burbank, has
                                                                                                            San Francisco markets, is the        been contracted as the producer.
                                                                                                            newest church telecast, Al Dia.      Armand and Christine Lament,
                                                                                                               Designed to reach the more        a husband-wife team "come to
                                                                                                            than three million Spanish-          the kingdom for such a time as
                                                                                                            speaking residents within the        this," has more than 40 years'
                                                                                                            Pacific Union, Al Dia is a Pa-       experience between them in the
                                                                                                            cific Union conference endeavor      broadcast and television indus-
                                                                                                            financed largely by the four Cal-    try in both English and Spanish
                                                                                                            ifornia and Union conferences.       and are producing a first-rate
                                                                                                               Begun three years ago in Mo-      professional program.
                                                                                                            desto by Pedro Geli, Jr., and the       Set in a kind of magazine for-
                                                                                                            Central California Conference,       mat, Al Dia first shows a couple
                                                                                                            Al Dia was aired originally in       in a conflict, pointing up the
                                                                                                            black and white and on free         day's subject matter. There fol-
                                                                                                            time. A church member served         low a "commercial" for the
                                                                                                            as the cameraman on the set.         day's offer, a musical number,
                                                                                                               The Union's color telecast        an interview on the subject of
                                                                                                            uses three cameras and a vari-       the day, another musical num-
                                                                                                                                                ber, and the moderator's wrap-
                                                                                                            ety of sets. It is the first non-
                                                                                                            General Conference telecast to      up with a spiritual flavor. A
                                                                                                            be filmed at the church's new        public-affairs telecast, Al Dia
                                                                                                            Radio, Television and Film Cen-      touches upon concerns of the
                                                                                                            ter at Thousand Oaks.               Spanish community and culture
                                                                                                                                                with a soft sell on religion.
Among the musicians for Al Dia are the "Familia Benavides" with six hands on the marimba, gui-                                                     Music is provided by church
tars and string bass.                                                                                                                           members as well as professional
                                                                                                                                                musicians.
                                                                                                                                                   Follow-up materials are re-
                                                                                                                                                prints from El Centinela maga-
'Breath of Life' Highlights the Message                                  /.a/men's Example                                                      zine and booklets such as Happi­
   Breath of Life is a new televi-   series is planned for the Pacific                                                                          ness Wall to Wall, in Spanish.
sion series which highlights the     Union.                              Gives Emphasis                                                         Subject matter emphasizes prob-
great truths of the third angel's                                                                                                               lems of the alcohol and tobacco
message with an awareness of
                                       A new, 26-lesson Bible course     to Evangelism                                                          user, gaining self-respect, fi-
                                     has been prepared by Eric C.                                                                               nance, employment, marriage,
Black influence upon Scripture       Ward as a follow-up tool. Two         Pacific Union constituents
and history.                                                             conduct the work of God in 16                                          and home encounters.
                                     records of telecast musicians                                                                                 Planning committee members
   Thirteen half-hour programs       have already been released by       tongues and the language of
                                                                         love.                                                                  are Elders Antonio Arteaga, A.
have been completed in this se-      Chapel Records.                                                                                            C. Cortez, Franklin Hudgins,
ries sponsored by the General                                              For evangelism is more than                                          Milton Peverini, Daniel Riffel,
Conference for distribution to                                           pulpit preaching. It is pur-                                           and Leonard Webb. Elder Elie-
more than 25 million Afro-                                               sued in the Christian classroom,                                       zer Benavides is chairman, and
Americans nationwide. Charles                                            through office management,                                             Shirley Burton is secretary.
D. Brooks is director and                                                around the home, electronic and                                           Speaking of the Center facil-
speaker, while Walter Arties                                             print media. Most importantly,                                         ities, Mr. Lament had high
is producer and soloist.                                                 evangelism     is    emphasized                                        praise for what the Church is
                                                                         through the laymen's living.                                           putting together. He noted the
   Music is also provided by the
Aeolians from Oakwood Col-                                                  Teachers and staff are evan-                                        competence of the studio man-
lege, with soloists from that                                            gelizing by way of subject mat-                                        agement and the adequacy of
                                                                                                            Yara Cerna, an elementary edu-
group, and the Breath of Life                                            ter and contact with students.                                         equipment, though there are
                                                                                                            cation major on the La Sierra       still a few items to be installed.
quartet.                                                                 Office personnel relay a mes-      Campus of Loma Linda Univer-
                                                                         sage via telephone and type-                                              "The climate is right for pro-
  Taking full advantage of                                               writer and accurate records.       sity, is an Al Dia soloist.         ducing programs at the Center
Black awareness, Breath of                                               Homemakers — probably the                                                     (Continued on paga 8)
Life deals with people of color                                          most important—spread a mes-
as found in the Scriptures. In                                           sage in a tidy home, nutritional
addition, a segment of the tele-                                         meals, a pleasant atmosphere.
cast preceding the message
highlights the contributions
                                     Charles D. Brooks calls for a
                                                                         Newspapers release the mes-
                                                                         sage through articles showing
                                                                                                                                   zatlott Sat/d . . .
which Black Americans have                                               a church interested in commu-
made to society.                     transformation of character, a                                                Men are needed who pray to God for wisdom,
                                     return to God and His Word, in      nity service and church activi-
  Using the sowing-and-reap-                                             ties.                                and who, under the guidance of God, can put new
                                     the Breath of Life telecast.
ing principle of soul winning                                               But the Church has hardly         life into the old methods of labor and can invent
set forth in the Bible, Elder          This new telecast is video-       begun to use the broadcast me-       new plans and new methods of awakening the in-
Brooks and his associates are        taped at the Adventist Radio,       dia. In order to give added im-
                                                                         petus to this radio and televi-      terest of church members and reaching the men and
conducting reaping crusades in       Television and Film Center
select locations where the tele-     and is being released through       sion outreach beyond the pul-        women of the world. Evangelism 105
cast develops interest. A spring     Mr. Arties.                               (Continutd on pag» 8)
Border School Enrolls 245
  This school year 245 students                  As the school year progresses,
                                                                                               'Messiah 'Rendered
are registered at the Calexico
Mission School. Of this number,
                                               more and more of the students
                                               begin to attend the Sabbath
                                                                                                at Fontana Church
over 95 per cent come from non-                worship services. As a result                     The      Juniper    Avenue
Adventist homes in Mexico and                  the baptisms increase as the                   Church, Fontana, is present-
to many this is their first ex-                school year goes on.                           ing its annual rendition of
posure to Seventh-day Adventist                  Early in the school year. El-                the Messiah by the Sanctuary
Christianity.                                  der Daniel Riffel, conference                  Choir of the church on Sab-
  Along with teaching our mes-                 Spanish coordinator, conducted                 bath afternoon, December
sage to these students, a won-                 a Five-Day Plan to Stop Smok-                   13, at 4:00.
derful program of witnessing to                ing for the students.                             Soloists: soprano — Mrs.
the parents is carried on. There                 Calexico Mission School is our               Kathi Johnson, alto — Mrs.
are three Bible teachers. The                  mission school on the border.                  Geraldine Goodwin, tenor-
principal and the church pastor                Each year some of the graduates                Mr. Kermit Ward, bass—Mr.
each teach a Bible class and the               go on to further Adventist edu-
                                               cation at San Pasqual Academy                  Shannon Goodwin, director-
regular Bible teacher three                                                                   Mrs. Richard E. Berry.
Bible classes.                                 and other Adventist institutions.
                                                                                                 The public is invited to at-         OUR NEWEST CHURCH SCHOOL is located at Big Bear Lake.
  Every afternoon after classes                                                               tend. The church is on the         There the students can come close to God by studying nature first-
are over the Bible teacher goes                                                               corner of Baseline and Juni-       hand. The fresh air and the fragrance of old cedars provide an
to Mexico and spends the after-                                                               per Avenue in Fontana.             ideal environment for a church school. Mrs. Katherine Frahm is
noon and evening in studying
                                                                                                                                 pictured with her students.
the Bible with the parents of
the students. As a result of this
ministry, a baptism is held each                                                                                                                                     Student Colporteurs
month at which time four to six
of these parents are baptized.                                                                                                                                       Triple Book Sales
                                                                                                                                                                        Southeastern California Con-
                                                                                                                                                                     ference student literature sales
                                                                                                                                                                     have tripled in the last two
                                                                                                                                                                     years to a new record high of
                                                                                                                                                                     $76,847.16 with some sales still
                                                                                                                                                                     being reported. This is present-
                                                                                                                                                                     ly the largest student sales in
                                                                                                                                                                     the United States for 1975.
                                                                                                                                                                     Southeastern is also number
                                                                                                                                                                     one in the United States for to-
                                                                                                                                                                     tal conference gains.
                                                                                                                                                                        Two of the top three stu-
                                                                                                                                                                     dents were from Southeastern:
                                                                                                                                                                     Jim Henderson—$4,856.40; Lar-
                                                                                                                                                                     ry Wong—$3,378.
                                                                                                                                                                        If you want a part in this en-
                                                                                                                                                                     deavor, contact Roy Brasher,
                                                                                                                                                                     Publishing Department, 9707
                                                                                                  "REAL EXPERIENCE is a variety of careful experiments made          Magnolia Avenue, Riverside,
                                                                                             with the mind free from prejudice and uncontrolled by previously        CA 92503.
                                                                                             established opinions and habits. The results are marked with care-
       NO GENERATION GAP HERE. When the Loma Linda Univer-                                   ful solicitude and an anxious desire to learn, to improve, and to
sity Church offered nine adult evening classes, the first and fastest
                                                                                                                                                                            Southeastern
                                                                                             reform on every habit that is not in harmony with physical and
to fill was guitar. Age range is 13 to 66. Here, James Odom, 66,                             moral laws." 3 Testimonies 69                                                   California
of Grand Terrace, and retired, and Rob Dennis, 13, of Redlands, are                               The students in the San Diego Elementary School are learn-                 Conference
getting acquainted with that most popular, most studied and most                             ing to evaluate experience by using the scientific method so well        Max C. Torkelien, president; War-
sold six-stringed musical instrument in America.                                             described in this quotation: 1. Determine the problem, 2. Gather         ren C. Heintz, secretory; Sylvester
      The guitar is a descendant of the 11-stringed, 16th-century                            data, 3. Test solutions, and 4. Come to conclusions.                     D. Bieti, treasurer; 9707 Magnolia
lute that was acquired by the Spanish from the Moors. Today's                                     The picture shows Jeff Todd watering plants. The class is study-    Avenue, Riverside, California 92503.
guitar was developed by the Spaniards. The class meets Monday                                                                                                         Phone (714) 689-1350.
                                                                                             ing plant growth and what living things need to survive.
evenings in the educational wing of the church and is taught by
David Veglahn of Redlands who is a guitarist, singer and song
writer.




     The Pacific Union Recorder is ibe official newspaper of the Pacific Union Confer-
ence of Seventh-day Adventists and is published weekly, 50 times a year, at Angwin,
California 94508. Editorial office is at 1545 North Verdugo Road {Box 146), Glendole,
California 91209. Second-class postage is paid of Angwin, California,
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nia 91209.
     Subscription Rate: No charge to Advenfist members of Pacific Union Conference
churches. Three dollars per year to others.
EDITOR   ................ .Shirt*/   Burton               -
MANAGING EDITOR .....
ASSISTANT EDITORS .......R. L. Cone,           ARIZONA
          Cree Sandefur, W. D. Walton,
                        Mojor C. White                                                             MEMBERS OF THE REGIONAL CHAPTER OF THE ADVENTIST CHAPLAINS' ASSOCIATION re-
                                               CALIFORNIA
CONFERENCE COORDINATORS                                                                      cently met at the Loma Linda University Medical Center for a day of study, fellowship and self-im-
Jeffrey K. Wilson .............Arizona
Lorna Hallsted .......Central California        HAWAII                                       provement. The early part of the day was spent in individual coronary-risk evaluation studies with
Louise Brooks ................. Hawaii                                                       a follow-up presentation by Richard Ruhling, MD, physician at the department of community health
Gwen Schlotter ...........Nevada-Utah
Marilyn Wolfkill .....Northern California       NEVADA                                       services and health testing.
S. A. Yakush ....Southeastern California
Franklin Hudgins ....Southern California                                                           Southern California institutions represented included Glendale Adventist Hospital, Heritage Gar-
                                               UTAH
                                                                                             dens Convalescent Home in Loma Linda, the Loma Linda University Medical Center, Paradise Valley
COLLEGE CORRESPONDENTS
lla Zboroschuk ...La Sierra Campus, LLU                                                      Hospital, Simi Valley Adventist Hospital, and the White Memorial Medical Center.
Jim Aldred ........Pacific Union College       POSTMASTER: All returns should b« s*nl                                                                       M. Jerry Davis, Chaplain,
                                               to Pacific Union Recorder, Box 3d, An-
CIRCULATION     ............Merle Sather       gwin, California 94506.                                                                                      Loma Linda University Medical Center

                                                                                                                                  PACIFIC UNION RECORDER / MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1975
 LOS Vegas church Home Takes shape ftono/u/u Central Hosts GC President
   The waiting time has been           Brother Calvin Harkey is
long. For many members it has        the building committee chair-            Elder R. H. Pierson, presi-       of the group was Mrs. Ho's own        her husband have faithfully
 been nearly 20 years since the      man. He deserves much credit           dent of the General Conference,     granddaughter,      Dana    Lin       listened to the Samoan Voice
 dream of a new church in Las        for the endless amount of time         was the guest speaker in Hono-      Hanes.                                of Prophecy radio broadcasts
Vegas began. Now the excite-         he has spent in planning, work-        lulu Central church on Sab-            Another of the high lights         for two years.
ment is high and the enthusiasm      ing and supervising the project        bath, November 1. Included in       was the baptism of Mr. and               Because of the exemplary
 great, for the new church build-    as it has gone forward.                his timely messages (two ser-       Mrs. Apaisa Faapouli. Brother         lives of his daughter and wife,
ing is taking shape before them.                                            vices on Sabbath morning) was       Faapouli has been an ordained         Brother Faapouli requested
                                       It is thrilling to know that         encouragement to the mem-           minister of the Samoan Naza-          studies with Elder Neru. What
   Elder J. O. Cunningrton spent     in the second fund-raising cam-        bers to diligently push ahead       rene Church for 11 years. It          a joy to see Brother and Sister
 some time in Las Vegas re-          paign the amount originally            with the completion of the new                                            Faapouli and two sons join
cently conducting a second                                                                                      was during the summer evan-
                                     pledged in the first campaign          sanctuary as a lighthouse in        gelistic crusade for the Samoan       their daughter in worship and
 fund-raising program for the        was almost doubled. The cur-           the community.
church structure. It was thrill-                                                                                population that their daughter,       be baptized by Elder Neru.
                                     rent pledges amount <to well             In the afternoon the first        Honolulu, took her stand and             Thus far in 1975 there have
ing to know that approximately       over $125,000. We believe this                                                                                   been 80 individuals baptized in-
90 per cent of the adult mem-                                               baptism at the new church site      was baptized with permission
                                     new house of worship will be                                               of the parents. Mrs, Faapouli         to church membership in the
bership made a covenant with         the kind of lighthouse that will                                           also made her decision to ac-         Central Church. Another bap-
God for the next three years         be a real witness in this grow-                                                                                  tismal service is planned for
to pay for this new sanctuary.       ing community. The members                                                 cept the teachings and beliefs
                                     are looking forward with antic-                                            of the Adventist Church, but          December.
   The building is already a light                                                                              postponed her baptism. She and                       Edward K. Lee.
in the community. One lady has       ipation to the day the church
begun to attend church be-           family will meet in their new
cause she watched the prog-          house of worship.
ress of the construction of the        Ken WUber, Assoc. Pastor.
church, and then decided she
wanted to know more about                                                   Elder S. Neru (right) baptizing
Seventh-day Adventists.
                                                                            Pastor Apaisa Faapouli of the
   The total cost of the project                                            Christian Congregational Naz-
is estimated at well over $400,-                                            arene Church.
000. The seating capacity of
the sanctuary is 450, with a
youth chapel that will accom-                                               was a joyous occasion. A plat-
modate 150. The Sabbath school                                              form had been built on the low-
classrooms are spacious and the                                             er parking area around the
nursery will have a closed-cir-      New Las Vegas church under             baptismal tank which will be
cuit TV.                             construction.
                                                                            installed in the new sanctuary.
                                                                            Twenty-six candidates were re-
                                                                            ceived into the church through
Bishop Sabbath School Appreciates Help                                      baptism that afternoon.
                                                                                                                Verena Ho, retired public-school teacher, and juniors who were
   It was a happy occasion and          This is an innovation in the           One high light of the occasion   baptized.
a privilege to worship with the      Nevada-Utah Conference — to            was when 12 junior girls were
Bishop members on Sabbath,            take the felts and materials          baptized by Elder George Cof-
November 8. It was observed          right to the churches for the          fen after they paid tribute to
that the children in the Sab-        leaders to see. In all of the          their Sabbath school teacher,
bath school divisions were un-       churches visited thus far the          Mrs. Verena Ho, a retired pub-
der the good care of the divi-       members have expressed sin-            lic-school teacher, who had
sion leaders. In the evening         cere appreciation for this op-         formed a special study class
after Sabbath a book and Sab-        portunity that is brought to           with them to prepare them to
bath school felt sale was held       them.                                  accept Jesus into their lives and
in the school gym, with very            Sunday evening another book         be baptized. Each presented
good representation from the         and felt sale was held in Las          Mrs. Ho with a long-stemmed,
church. Materials for the chil-      Vegas and there was excellent          red rose. First to be baptized
dren's divisions for the first       participation in this area. At
quarter of 1976 were discussed       both cities the junior and earli-
with the leaders. The displays       teen division leaders were giv-        Kaneohe Editor
of these materials created much      en rock samples. In 1976, the          Honored Nov. 5 for
interest.                            first quarter will stress rocks
                                     and minerals, with the main            Community Service
'The Inside Track'                   theme being "Christ the Rock."           A Community Service Award
                                        A member of the Adventisit          plaque and a letter of appre-
Gives Career Advice                  Church in Carson City made             ciation were presented to Peter
   Helping youth decide on ca-       available enough samples of            Wolfe, editor of the Sun Press            SEVEN CANDIDATES were baptized into church membership
reers is the goal of a new series    rock so that each junior and           in Kaneohe, on November 5           in the Waianae Church on Sabbath, November 7. Laymen in the
of public-service programs re-       earliteen division leader in the       by Pastor George Munson of the      church had an active part in leading them through the series of
leased to 5,400 radio stations in    conference will have the begin-        Waianae Church.                     Bible studies. Pictured above, front row, from left to right: Terry-John
the U.S. and Canada by The           ning of a rock collection. The                                             Leialoha, Jeffery-Alan Owen, Bonnie Vay Maka ; second row: Sher-
Voice of Prophecy.                   Lord is blessing the efforts put                                           lita Lomomgo, Rufina Soliven; back row: Pastor Munson, who bap-
   The series is called "The In-     forth by the faithful Sabbath                                              tized them, Sencio Beniga, and Mrs. Laura Bautista. The others
side Track" and is presented         school leaders and teachers who                                            are people who had a part in their conversion.
by the Way Out, VOP's youth          work with the children and
outreach.                            youth in our churches.
  The 90-second radio spot an-                V. Roth, Office Secy.
nouncements feature comments
from persons employed in a
                                              Sabbath School Dept.
                                                                                                                    Christmas Book Sales
variety of careers. Each spot               Nevada-Utah                                                                 Your Adventist Book Center wishes to announce the fol-
invites the listener to write the                                                                                  lowing schedule for Christmas book displays and sales:
Way Out for a 24-page booklet,               Conference
Heads or Tails, which attempts        A. G. Streifling, president; CharUi                                               Kona          November 24         6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
to lead a young person to an          Snyder, secretary-treasurer; (Box                                                 Lahaina       November 25         7:00   to 8:30 p.m.
intelligent career choice.             1470) 1095 East Taylor Street,
                                      Reno, Nevada 89505. Phone (702)                                                   Kahului      November 26          7:00   to 8=30 p.m.
  The booklet is also designed        322-6929,                                                                         Molokai      December 3           7:00   to 9:00 p.m.
to encourage the reader to            Wills, trust agreements and an-
                                                                                                                        Kauai        December 6           6:30   p.m.
think about where he is headed        nuities should be made in favor of
in life and suggests that he          the legal association rather than                                                 If you have any questions, please contact your local
                                      the conference. For more informa-     Pastor George Munson, left, pre-
should incorporate God into his       tion, write to Charles Snyder at
                                                                                                                   pastor.                            Craig Klatt, Manager
thinking as he plans for a ca-                                              senting the award to the Sun
                                      The above address.
reer.                                                                       Press editor.

PACIFIC UNION RECORDER / MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1975
                                                                                                                                     AREA-WIDE YOUTH RALLY
                                                                                                                                          Directed by the
                                                                                                                      Youth Department of the Northern California Conference
                                                                                                                                            to be held at the
                                                                                                                                Roseville Seventh-day Adventist Church

Berea VBS Holds Classes for Adults                                                                                                      914 Cirby Way, Roseville
                                                                                                                                           December 5 and 6
   "Oh, Friend, Do You Love            hood Bible clubs. Berea's junior         to attend the "New Life" Bible      Featuring:
Jesus?" is a song you might            and teen members served as               studies conducted by Mrs. Enid      Elder Paul De Booy, Pacific Union Conference Youth Director
have heard had you passed 833          tutors at the school.                    Hunter.                                               Sacramento Union Academy
Louisiana Street, Vallejo, dur­          All junior VBS students and                       L. J. Hughes,                   "Blessed Assurance/' directed by Randy Brehms
ing mid-August. Vacation Bible         their parents have been invited                     Supt of Outreach.                    Pacific Union College Youth Witnessing
School was in full swing with                                                                                            Watch for further details.
10 evenings of fun for 92 Ad-                                                                                                                  Winston De Haven, Youth Director
ventists, 166 non-Adventists
and 15 workers—an average
attendance of 140.
   Berea's Pastor John Hunter
tried something new this year
in Vallejo—.an adult class. Par­
ents came to VBS with their
children and studied, the 10-
lesson 20th Century Bible
Course, Series "A."
   The VBS theme was "Loyal
Friends of God," and students
were invited to bring photo­
graphs of themselves to place          The two families pictured were VBS helpers in 1974, when they
on I he theme device to show           were introduced to the message. Today they are baptized members.
they were dedicated friends of              Pictured are Mrs. Ruth Wise and her children: Anita, Alison
God.                                   (not pictured), Annette, Andrew and Anthony; Mrs. Laura McKinney
   On graduation night all chil­       and her children: Lorenda, Evelyn, Charles and David; and Berea
dren, along with their parents,        Pastor John Hunter and his wife.
were invited to dedicate their
lives to Christ. Wearing paper                                                  Christmas Concert
"helmets of salvation," they             Northern California                      The Golden Chain Chorale
showed their willingness to sur­                                                will present their fifth annual
render their lives to Christ.                Conference                         Christmas Concert five times
   One blind Berea member gave                                                                                          PATHFINDER BIKE-A-THON-Over a thousand Pathfinders and
                                         Helmuth C. R«tzer, president; Rich-    this season under the direction   staff members pedaled 52,211 miles on Sunday, November 2, in
Steps to Christ to each visitor          ard W. Siffloni, secretory; Elmer A.   of Professor Harlyn Abel:
present at the closing service.          Schmidt, treasurer; (Box 23165)
                                                                                • Sabbath, Dec. 6 4 p.m.          Northern's Bike-a-thon at the Cal-Expo Fairgrounds in Sacramento.
   VBS publicity was accom­              2300 Norse Drive, Pleaiant Hill,
                                                                                  Carmichael Adventist Church           Riders received sponsorships totaling over $51,000—70 per
                                         California 94523. Phone (415) o87-
plished with the help of the             1300.                                  • Sabbath, Dec. 12 4 p.m.         cent for the local clubs and 30 per cent for the conference Pathfind-
Pathfinder and the Neighbor­                                                      Penn Valley Community Ch.       er program.
                                                                                • Sunday, Dec. 13 4 p.m.                There were 608 riders who completed 50 miles or more, 17
                                                                                  Colfax Methodist Church         who rode 100 miles, and two who covered 120 miles in the one-day
                      ABC HOLIDAY BOOK SALE SCHEDULE                            • Sunday, Dec. 21 7:30 p.m.       event.
   Date                PFace               Sale Location                Time      Grass Valley Adventist Ch.            Elders Ron Stretter and Winston De Haven, Northern's youth
   Mon,, Dec. 1        Grass Valley        Dorcas Bldg.           3-8   p.m.    • The fifth program is a broad­   leaders, directed the Bike-a-thon with help from nine area co-
   Tues., Dec. 2       Auburn              School Gym             3-8   p.m.
   Thurs., Dec. 4      Rio Undo Academy    Multipurpose Room      4-8   p.m.
                                                                                  cast to be announced later.     ordinators and many club leaders.
   Sun., Dec. 7        Paradise            School Gym             3-8   p.m.      The Chorale will sing a va­           Besides the 2,000 spectators, Channel 5 TV viewers saw the
   Tues., Dec. 9       Redding             School Gym             3-8   p.m.    riety of selections and will be
                                                                                assisted by pianist Chriss Nel­   spectacle in a special news report at 6 and 11 p.m.
   Wed., Dec. 10       Red Bluff           School                 3-7   p.m.
   Thurs., Dec. 1 1    Hayfork             Fairgrounds            1-8   p.m.    son, soloist Manny Pajon, the        Northern's Pathfinder program is growing with over 2,000
   Sun., Dec. 14       Placerville         School Gym             1-6   p.m.    Ladies' Trio and others.          members in 80 clubs.
                                                                                        Harlyn Abel, Director.                     Ron Stretter, Assoc. Director, Youth Department




                               Leoni Meadows Adventist Retreat
                                                   Systematic Benevolence will make it possible to begin using the meadows this
                                                   next summer. We are appealing to every member of the Northern California
                                                   Conference to include Leoni Meadows in your planned giving. Once each quarter
                                                   a special offering will be taken, but we would also urge that each Sabbath
                                                   we give special consideration fo this new Adventist Retreat.




              Watch It Grow                                                                                                        Help It Grow

                                                                                                                   PACIFIC UNION RECORDER / MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1975
       Update                                       from the president


          Evangelistic meetings are in progress in several Southern
     churches. Elder Sage has just completed a meeting at Covina.
    A dozen have been baptized and 35 more are studying.
                                                                                         White Memorial Center Reaches Out
                                                                                            Too often Adventists world­                                           across the street from the Med­
                                                                                                                             get "neighbors" closest to us.
     Elder Doleman has finished a series at Pomona with a similar                        wide take for granted that the                                           ical Center and the White Me­
                                                                                                                               This fact was vividly brought
    number baptized and studying. Please pray for the evangelis-                         church's message is well known      to the attention of the White        morial and Spanish-American
    tic work throughout the conference.                                                  by its neighbors, especially        Memorial     Medical Center's        churches. For a number of
          Roland Shorter was selected to serve as associate pas-                         those living in close proximity     chaplains' staff when Mrs. Ma­       years she had been a regular
    tor for the youth at the Vallejo Drive Church. He will be                            to Adventist churches and in­       ria Luisa Ruiz was admitted          listener to La Voz de la Espe-
    starting there about the middle of December.                                         stitutions. Many times this de­     to the Medical Center recently.      ranza—the Spanish Voice of
          Tithe is holy to the Lord. He promises His blessing when                       lusion affects one's missionary     Mrs. Ruiz, a 37-year-old widow      Prophecy.
    we faithfully return His portion of all our income. Ellen White                      activities, and we tend to for­     and mother of five, lived just          On a number of occasions
    says this work was begun in sacrifice and will end in sacri-                                                                                                  Mrs. Ruiz had been to the
                                                                                                                                                                 White Memorial for treatment.
    fice. We will appreciate the loyalty and sacrificial giving of
                                                                                                                                                                 During her last visit her condi­
    all God's people throughout the conference as the Thanks-                                                                                                    tion was diagnosed as terminal
    giving season and year's end approach. Let us make certain                                                                                                   cancer. Devastated by the
    that God, who has given us everything we have, receives                                                                                                      news, she turned to those
    His portion in tithes and offerings. May God bless your per-                                                                                                 around her for help. Through
    sonal experience, your individual work and dedicated in-                                                                                                     the contacts of dedicated Chris­
    fluence for Christ.                                                                                                                                          tian personnel and Chaplain
                                                                                                                                                                 Juan Riff el, she decided to give
                                     TO down,
                                                                                                                                                                 herself to Christ and asked the
                                                                                                                                                                chaplain to arrange for her bap­
                                                                                                                                                                 tism into the "church of La Voz
                                                                                                                                                                de la Esperanza." Much to her
                                                              answered and said, ft                                                                             surprise and delight, she was
                                                        tten, Man s                                                                                             told the "Voz" and the White
                                                 read                                                                                                           Memorial Medical Center are
                                                •thai proceetfcth' nyt'of the mffitth
                                                •ol' Gud.                                                                                                       both parts of the Seventh-day
                                                                                                                                                                Adventist Church.
                                       We are people on a limited                                                                                                   Chaplain Riffel studied with
                                     income. My husband is on per­                                                                                              Mrs. Ruiz for several weeks.
                                     manent disability, but I do want                                                                                           Though she was confined to her
                                     to put some extra in for your                                                                                              bed because of her spreading
   CHRISTMAS WITH THE BRA-           booklet, "Papa, Are You Going                                                                                              illness, she felt compelled to be
 LEYS-Brad and Olive Braley will     to Die?"                                           Mrs. Maria Ruiz was baptized in the therapy pool of the White           baptized.
 present another of their popular
                                       I had a miracle from Heaven,
                                                                                        Memorial Medical Center four days before she passed away.                   On October 16, Pastor Milton
Christmas music - and - readings
                                    after I read that booklet for                                                                                               Peverini, speaker for "La Voz
type programs on the following
days and at the designated
                                    the second time; I put down                                 GLENDALE'S ABC              Culver City Church                  de la Esperanza," baptized her
                                                                                                                                                                in the therapy pool of the
                                    my last empty cigarette pack­                                      and
places: December 5, Vallejo         age at 5 p.m., Feb. 28, 1975, and                       THE NUTRITION CENTER            Invites Children                    White's Rehabilitation Center
Drive; December 12, Temple          have not touched another since.                                                                                             with friends, nurses, and staff
                                                                                                will be CLOSED                 Twenty-five children respond­    members present.
City; December 15, Lynwood;         I have smoked for almost 30                                 November 27-30               ed on October 26 to the 92
and December 19, Eagle Rock.        years, and was up to three                                                               "happy pumpkin" invitations            Her last request was that
                                                                                            HAPPY THANKSGIVING!                                                 White Memorial's social work­
They are also scheduled to play     packages a day. I am a 55-year-                                                         sent out by the Culver City
on the new church organ at Roll-    old for whom God has answered                                                           Church as a follow-up of their      er, Raul Moringlane, help find
                                    prayers with your help.                                                                 VBS program held in July. The       an Adventist home for her chil­
ing Hills on December 13. The
                                                                                                                            program, only two hours long        dren. Four days later she
Braleys will celebrate their 31st     Thank you!! And thanks to                                                                                                 passed away, comforted in the
wedding anniversary on Decem-       God!!                                                                                    (10-12 noon) found all the chil­
                                                                                                                            dren anxious to have another        knowledge and hope of her
ber 14.                                             NRJ (Reseda)                                                                                                Lord and Saviour.
                                                                                                                            one soon. Some of the favorite
                                                                                                                            activities were the quizzes and
                                                                                                                            Bible games which were played.            IT'S YOUR WORLD
                                                                                                                            A Christmas holiday program              November 25, 8 p.m.
                                                                                                                            is scheduled for sometime in
                                                                                                                                                                            features
                                                                                                                            December.
                                                                                                                                                                      Elder Jay Hoffman
                                                                                           THEY TOOK TO THE AIR -                                                       and Hunzaland
                                                                                        Southern's YouthCARE Rally dur-         Jealousy bears the kind of            Prince Ameen Khan
                                                                                        ing the afternoon at Lynwood,        fruit that should never be                  Marcie Cutler
                                                                                        September 20, took on a TV           preserved.
                                                                                        look. Paul DeBooy and Ron Mey-                                                   Recipe: Felafel
                                                                                        ers were anchor men for an
                                                                                        hour-long report that took a
                                                                                        camera and crew into the field       In a Nutshell
                                                                                        earlier for on-location youth in-
                                                                                        terviews. The auditorium's 2,000          HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES AT SANTA MONICA-The Santa Monica
                                                                                        seats were filled in the morning    Church Community Services organization (Dorcas) will hold its
                                                                                        when Mike Fellows gave the          annual holiday sale and dinner on Sunday, December 7, from noon
                                                                                        lesson study and Elder Roland       to 5 p.m. in the Mortensen Recreation Center, 1515 Franklin
      SUHA HUFFAKER, R.N., White Memorial Medical Center, is                            Hegstad preached. The Mara-         Street. Don't miss the home-cooked vegetarian dinner, baked
congratulated by Janice Anchell, past president of the Women's                          natha Quartet and the One           goods, a country store, hand-made gift items and quilts. Proceeds
 Auxiliary of the Los Angeles County Medical Association. Suha                          Way Singers provided special        will benefit health and welfare projects. Other constituent churches
was presented by Paul Sullivan, senior vice-president of the Bank                       music during the morning and        will also have booths. Come!
of America and president of the Hospital Charity Fund, during the                       afternoon respectively.                   NEED A FUND-RAISING PROJECT?-Fillmore has a fund-
 recent Red Rose Nurse contest.                                                                                             raising project that beats candy, cards or anything else. It pro-
      For 15 years, the Hospital Charity Fund, and its 25 participat-                                                       vides an opportunity for repeat sales that builds personal friend-
                                                                                                Sunday Evening
ing hospitals, has selected a nurse to represent the fund at activi-                                                        ships plus the privilege of sharing your faith. For details, write:
                                                                                                  December 21
ties throughout the community. The White Memorial Medical Cen-                                                              Real Life Training Center, 268 East Telegraph, Fillmore, CA 93015,
                                                                                           Robert Hale, Bass-Baritone
ter has cooperated with this venture.                                                                                       or call (805) 524-1245.
                                                                                              Dean Wilder, Tenor
      Suha Noshed Huffaker, R.N., was chosen from the 200 reg-                                                                    ANITA J. MACKEY RETIRES-The tri-county social worker su-
                                                                                                  Ovid Young
istered nurses at the White Memorial to represent the Medical Cen-                                                          pervisor during the last 11 years, who has also been with the
                                                                                             Accompanist-Arranger
ter in the program. Selection was made on the basis of her ad-                                                              Veterans Administration for 29 years, is now retired. However, she
                                                                                         In a long-to-be-remembered
herence to nursing standards, ideals of the White Memorial, ap-                                                             will continue to share her expertise with boards and committees
                                                                                            concert of Sacred Music
pearance, personality, and contributions to nursing care.                                                                   in Santa Barbara and at Loma Linda University. Mrs. Mackey is
                                                                                                Solos and Duets
      She is a graduate of Loma Linda University School of Nursing,                                                         the recipient of numerous awards for her professionalism as well
                                                                                            White Memorial Church
and is married to Gary Huffaker, M.D., an ophthalmology resident                                                            as an honorary doctor's degree from Andrews where she—the first
                                                                                                   Sanctuary
at the White Memorial.                                                                                                      woman to do so—gave the commencement address.

PACIFIC UNION RECORDER / MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1975
                                                                                 Southside the
                                                                                  Child evangelism is in
                                                                                                         VBS Produces 9 Baptisms
                                                                                 forefront of church activities at
                                                                                 Bakersfield Southside.
                                                                                    According to communications
                                                                                 secretary Patricia Patterson,
                                                                                 nine children have been bap­
                                                                                 tized as a result of Vacation
                                                                                 Bible School and personal fol­
                                                                                 low-up work using the Voice of
                                                                                 Prophecy Junior Bible Course.
                                                                                    Meanwhile, many Southside
                                                                                 families and friends attended
                                                                                 every meeting of Fordyce Det-
                                                                                 amore's recent evangelistic cru­
      THROUGHOUT THE CITY of San Francisco the members of                        sade in Bakersfield. Now Pastor
the Samoan Church have been working toward their major goal:                     James H. Jones, Jr. is conduct­
to witness for Christ in the Samoan community.                                   ing a weekly Bible study class
      The Lord has blessed their efforts, and seven people were bap-
                                                                                 for the active interests.
tized at the close of evangelistic meetings conducted by Pastor
S. I. Afaese. The pastor was assisted in the meetings by Mr. Arius                      PATHFINDER STAFF
Levi.                                                                                                                    Children and child evangelism are important at Bakersfield South-
                                                                                        TRAINING COURSE                  side Church. Pastor James H. Jones, Jr. (right) and his VBS team
      The new members are pictured with Pastor Afaese. From left:
                                                                                            AREA TWO                     members: Edie Mackey, church clerk; Etta Cheadle, lay activities
Sioeli Silafau, Elder S. I. Afaese, Tulia Too, Mr. Pita and Mrs. Rosa
                                                                                         December 5 and 6                leader; and Sonja Jackson, VBS leader, join some of the young
Enele, Mr. Mikaele and Mrs. Miriama Lib Maiava. Mrs. Faaeteete
                                                                                     Mountain View Academy               ones who have been led into Christ's fold through Vacation Bible
Laautuvanu was also baptized, but is not in the picture.
                                                                                   1281 Dana Street, Mt. View            School and personal follow-up ministry.
                                           Avasa Levi, Church Clerk
                                                                                    Telephone: (415) 967-2324
R. /.arson Heads Bakersfield Academy                                              • 7-9:30 Friday Evening
  Classes commenced Septem­              spent his early years in China.          • 2-5:00 Sabbath Afternoon
ber 2 at Bakersfield Academy                He attended Greater New               • For all Pathfinder staff
under the direction of Roy Lar-          York Academy, West Indian                     members
son, the new principal.                  Training College in Jamaica,             • For Master Guide candi-
  Born to missionary parents             Wisconsin Academy, and An­                    dates in Junior Youth
in Shanghai, Principal Larson            drews University. He received                 Leadership
                                         his BA and MA degrees from
                                         Loma Linda University.                      J. H. Harris, Youth Director
    Available for a limited time            The new principal's previous
 only at your Adventist Book             experience includes administra­
 Center is The Bible Story,              tion, counseling and testing, as
 TRADE EDITION, 10 volumes,              well as teaching religion at            Bakersfield Youth
                                         Glendale and Redlands, Califor­
 cloth bound, for only $39.95,
 plus sales tax and $2 for
                                         nia, and at schools in Hawaii.          Share Their Faith
 shipping. This set is limited
                                            Mr. Larson's wife, Bonnie, is           Happy, enthusiastic young­
                                         an English and secretarial sci­         sters from the Bakersfield              These five young fellows from Bakersfield Southside hold their
 to one set per customer and             ence instructor. They have              Spanish Church went out on
 is not for resale. We must              three daughters—Deirdre, Jill                                                   Voice of Prophecy Junior Bible Course Certificates. Each one is
                                                                                 Halloween to collect food for
 have your order by Decem-               and Desiree.                            the needy, and gave out two             now a baptized church member. Four are the only Adventists in
 ber 10.                                    Other new staff members at           little tracts: "Are You Wearing         their families.
    Central California Conf.             Bakersfield Academy are Linda           a Mask?" and "Halloween Is
     Adventist Book Center               Hill, registrar and secretary;          Fun." Both are about develop­               In the year 1668, with the
                                         and elementary teachers Tina            ing a relationship with Jesus            appointment of November 25
          P.O. Box 580                   Sanchez and Lawrence White.             Christ, who is the only real             as Thanksgiving Day, these
       San Jose, CA 95106                            Bertha Crow,                source of happiness which lasts          words were written into the
                                                     Assist. Com. Secy.          forever. The church name and             Plymouth Colony Records: "It
                                         band, Ernest; daughter, Thelma Jo-
                                                                                 address were stamped on the
                                                                                 back of each piece of literature.        has pleased God in some
                                         nard; son, Edwin Snyder; sister,                                                                                        AdvenNsfr Book Center
            AT ftCST                     Helen Frye; brother, Haro Sheline;
                                         9 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchil­
                                                                                    The food will be prepared by          comfortable measure to bless
Adamson, Bienettie Maude—b. May          dren.                                   the primary, junior and youth            us in the fruits of the earth."          For the lover of good music,
7, 1891, Goldfield, la.; d. Sept. 22,    Krug, Walter F.—b. June 29. 1888 in     departments of the Sabbath                  A 1975 writer has suggest-          try "That's Worth Everything"
1975. Riverside. Survivors; daugh­       Illinois; d. Aug. 31, 1975, Loma Lin­
ter, Fern Sclilisney; son, Howard        da, Survivor: brother, Arthur.          school in time for distribution          ed these words to live by: "O          by the Sound of Care. Some
Sanford: stepsons, Ernest and Bill                                               on Thanksgiving.                         God, Thou Who hast given               new, some old songs are taste­
Adamson;       stepdaughters. Leona      Harris, Arrena E.—b. July 27, 1883,
Hanson. Erma Chestnut. Leora             Corsicana, Tex.; d. Sept. 30. 1975,        All those who participated            so much to us, give one thing          fully done for all ages. And the
Holmes.    Mildred      Neudeck;    27   Turlpck. Survivors: son, Woodie
grandchildren, 38 great-grandchil­       Harris; daughters, Helen Gatewood,      gained a blessing from sharing           more—a grateful heart."                musicians are students from La
dren, a great-great-grandchild.          Margaret Woodruff; 6 grandchil­         their love for Jesus in this way.                                               Sierra and Pacific Union Col­
                                         dren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Austin, Regina—b. June 21, 1881, in      Kehler, Peter—b. Dec. 19. 1908, Rus­
                                                                                      Ruth Tarango, Com. Secy.           Maxwell, Belle Lois—b. Jan. S, 1880,    lege who have spent the past
Indiana; d. Aug. 29, 1975, Glendora,     sia: d. Oct. 15. 1975, Dinuba. Sur­                                             Iowa; d. Aug. 2, 1975, Redding.
CA. Survivors: son, Alonzo C. Aus­       vivors: wife, Ida; son, Sam; broth­                                             Miller, D. Helen Press—b. Nov. 29,
tin; granddaughter, Patricia Gregg;      ers, Frank, John, David, Jake; sis­     er, Everett Brown; sister, Louise       1919, Orland; d. Sept. 21. 1975. Sac­
grandson, James Austin.                  ters, Katherine & Margaret Kehler,      Gregoroff; 9 grandchildren.             ramento. Survivors: husband, Ma­
Beard, Delia M.—b. Feb. 21. 1892;        Anna Heintz.                            Lyons, Lotus Eva Jeanne—b. Jan.         jor; sons, Dennis, Dean, Terry;
d. Sept. 23, 1975, Chico. Survivors:     Klein, Mary E.—b. April 20, 1889,       29, 1937, Springfield, MO; d. Sept.     mother, Tillie Press; brothers, Glen,
sons, Marion, Elmer, James; broth­       Waters Park. TX; d. Oct. 18, 1975,      20, 1975, Mentone. Survivors: hus­      Ted; sister, Ruth Danks; 3 grand­
er, Roy Brown; 8 grandchildren, 18       Loma Linda. Survivors: sons, Har­       band, William; sons, Gary, Tracy;       children.
great-grandchildren.                     old E. & Charles B. Forste; daugh­      daughters. Lori, Lisa; father and       May, Ada Merle (Goodwln)—b.
Cooper, Pearl Effie—b. Feb. 20, 1891,    ters, Eleanor J. Garcia, Lorene L.      stepmother, Mr. & Mrs. David Metz-      Aug. 26. 1892, Paulding Co.. Ohio; d.
Half Rock. Mo.; d. Sept. 24. 1975.       Lord, Alice Pierson.                    ler; brother, James Metzler.            Sept. 19, 1975, San Bernardino. Sur­
Santa Clara. Survivors: daughter,        Ltnstad, Clara—b. Jan. 11. 1886 in      Matthews, Willle Elmo—b. Feb. 19.       vivors:    sister, Goldie Murray;
Donna Crisp; 2 grandchildren, a          Minnesota; d. Sept. 20, 1975, Ana-      1889 in Nacogdoches, Tex.; d. May       daughters, Edith Williams. Doris
great-grandchild.                        heim. Survivors; son, Paul Rust;        21, 1975 in Porterville. Survivors:     Kannenberg.
Crawford, Richard T.—b. Nov. 3.          daughters, Ferene Hanson. Bernita       wife, Irene; a brother, 8 children,     MiUer, William Patterson—b. 1886,
1968; d. Oct. 19, 1975. Survivors:       Blair; 9 grandchildren, 12 great­       76 grandchildren, 16 great-grand­       Tenn.; d. Oct. It, 1975, Eureka. Sur­
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Hirst,      grandchildren.                          children, 13 great-great-grand chil­    vivors; sons, Reginald F.. Gerald K.,
6 brothers & sisters.                                                            dren.                                   George P.; daughters, Marjorie R.
                                         Linthwaite, George Henry, Jr.—b.                                                Greene, Viola P. Power, Barbara J.
Grant. Sylvester—b. Aug. 9, 1885,        Dec. 24. 1927, Massachusetts; d. Oct.   McCallister, Fern Elizabeth—b. Aug.
S.D.; d. Oct. 4, 1975, San Bernardino.                                           10, 1924; d. Sept. 7, 1975, Madera.     Zumwalt; sisters, Maggie Grizzwell,
                                         11, 1975, Riverside, CA. Survivors:                                             Reldo Nelson; 18 grandchildren, 7
Survivor: son, David.                    daughters, Gloria Epp and Donna         McCrea, Itla Wolverton—b. Feb. 13,      great-grandchildren.                    year on evangelistic assignment
Fry, Edwina—b. April 30, 1885; d.        Linthwaite; son, Ken; stepson, Bill     1887, Adamsville, TN; d. Sept. 21.                                              throughout the Union.
Sept. 15, 1975. Glendora. CA. Sur­       Arsdale; father, George H., Sr.; 3      1975, National City. Survivors: step­   Milnikoff, Boris—b. Aug. 3, 1911,
vivors: son. Homer; daughters, Ruth      grandchildren.                          daughter. Mary Coffeen; daughter,       Russia; d. Oct. 11, 1975, San Fran­        Until Christmas, this album
Hanson, Virginia Knippenberg; 9                                                  Marcia; a sister-in-law.                cisco. Survivors: wife. Nine; son,
grandchildren, 13 great-grandchil­
                                         Loewen, Elsie Pauline—b. Sept. 26,                                              Vladimar; daughters, Helen Jenks,       is a featured special at 10% dis­
                                         1910, Lemoore. CA; d. Oct. 10, 1975.    Martin, Myrtle—b. Sept. 10, 1887,       Tania Loveless; 6 grandchildren.        count—that's $5.40. If you or­
dren.                                    Lodi. Survivors: husband, Delbert       Neb.; d. Aug. 14, 1975, Fremont. CA.
Hartshorn, Effie E.—b. June 7. 1884,     E.; daughters. Sandra Brecken-          Survivors: daughter, Macel Ladd;        Stones, Ethel G.—b. Dec. 13. 1900;      der by mail, be sure to enclose
Wyoma, W. Va.; d. Sept. 3, 1975,         rldge, Dolores Scott, Faye Heldoorn;    grandson, Martin Ladd; 4 great­         d. Oct. 19. 1975, CA. Survivor: sis­
Temple City, CA. Survivors: hus-         stepmother, DeVera Brown; broth-        grandchildren.                          ter, Lucille Fry.                       35^ for postage and handling.

                                                                                                                          PACIFIC UNION RECORDER / MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1975
lone Sharp Represents Tempe Hospital
                                                                                      PACIFIC union COLLEGE                                                                       '76
                                                                                                                                                                                            1
   Representing Tempe Advent-
ist Hospital at the 47th Ameri­
                                          ical staff secretary where she
                                          assists with the weekly medi­
                                                                                                           Planned for
                                                                                         A Bicentennial tour of the      Forest of Arizona, Daytona
                                                                                                                                                                                    f
                                                                                                                                                             Harper's Ferry, The Kennedy
                                                                                                                                                                                         \S

can Medical Record Association            cal audits and utilization re­                                                                                     Space Center, Kitty Hawk,
                                                                                      United States and a six-coun­      Beach of Florida and several
meeting and exhibit in Miami              views. As director of the de­                                                  state and national parks.           West Point and others.
                                                                                       try tour of Europe will be
Beach last month was lone                 partment, she supervises the                part of Pacific Union College's                                          Further information on both
Sharp.                                    transcription   and    assembly                                                  Historical locations that tour­   tours is available by writing to
                                                                                      offerings during the summer of
   President-elect of the 1,200-          work of employees.                                                             ers will visit include Colonial     Bicentennial Study Tour for the
                                                                                      1976.
member Arizona Medical Rec­                  Only four delegates were                                                    Williamsburg, Jamestown, the        U.S, .trip and to Dr. Vern
ord Association, Mrs. Sharp is                                                           Participants on the U.S. tour
                                          named state-wide to represent                                                  Freedom Trail in Boston, Phil­      Wehtje for the European tour,
a registered record administra­                                                       will visit historical pageants,
                                          the organization at the Florida                                                adelphia's Independence and         in care of Pacific Union Col­
tor. With Dr. Ernest Pohle be­            convention.                                 plays and festivals, light and
                                                                                      sound spectaculars and battle­     Constitution halls, Gettysburg,     lege, Angwin, CA 94508.
fore he established Tempe Clin­
ic Hospital in 1944, she was the                                                      field re-enactments throughout
first nurse-administrator of the            Arizona Conference                        the nation made possible by        'Company One Presents Gospel Drama
now 110-bed facility in the Pa­              E, F. Sherrill, president; T. H. Bled-   state and national Bicentennial      "Company One," a drama            Pappas, a 1969 graduate of
cific Union's Health Services               soe, secretary-treasurer; (Box 21 147,    commissions, according to tour     club at Pacific Union College,      PUC. A discussion followed
Corporation. Mrs. Sharp was                 Zip Code 85036) 322 No. 44th St.,         director Dr. Elmer Herr, pro­      presented five programs in An-      each presentation.
then Director of Nurses, but                Phoenix. Arizona 85036. Phone             fessor of history.                 gwin over the weekend of No­
                                            (602) 244-9851.
                                                                                         Co-sponsoring the European      vember 22.                            Saturday night at 8 o'clock
since 1958 has directed the rec­            Wills, trust agreements and an-                                                                                  in Paulin Hall, a smaller group
ord keeping for the patient                                                           tour is Loma Linda University,       The play, "No Way Back,"
                                            nuities should be made in favor of
                                                                                      according to tour director Dr.     was given three times: the first    of the club presented two mime
well-being.                                 the legal association rather than                                                                                skits. They were entitled "The
   As expected in a small hos­              the conference. For more informa-         Verne Wehtje, chairman of the      time was Friday in the PUC
                                            tion, write to R. L. Wangerin at          English department.                Sanctuary for a vespers pro­        Kingdom of Heaven Is Like . . ."
pital, Mrs. Sharp wears more                                                                                                                                 and "Springs of Living Water."
than one "hat." She is also med­
                                            the above address.                           Participants will spend six     gram, followed in Paulin Hall
                                                                                                                         on Sabbath and Sunday.              A discussion followed these two.
                                                                                      weeks (June 21-August 2) vis­
                                                                                      iting England, the Netherlands,      Beginning with Adam's sin in        The last two programs formed
                                  ARIZONA                                             West Germany, Austria, Italy,      the Garden of Eden, this play       part of the Student Association-
                      1975 HOLIDAY BOOK SALES SCHEDULE                                Switzerland and France, focus­     centers on God's plan to restore    sponsored Fall Festival. The
   Huachuca              6-8 p.m.         November    24                Monday        ing on art and architecture of     man to his original perfection.     group presented two new mime
   Safford               6-8 p.m.         November    25                Tuesday       Western     Europe.   Academic     The cast includes 15 students.      skits, "The Heart Transplant"
   Yuma                  3:30-6:30 p.m.   December   1                Monday          credit will be given in litera­    It takes about an hour and a        and "Doing Worse When You
   Lake Havasu City      6-8 p.m.         December   2                Tuesday         ture, creative writing and a       half and is directed by Jim         Pray More."
   Klngman               6-8 p.m.         December   3              Wednesday
   Prescoft              6-8 p.m.         December   4               Thursday
                                                                                      newly structured art architec­
   Tucson (School)
   Phoenix—
                         11 a.m.-5 p.m.
                         10 a.m.-4 p.m.
                                          December
                                          December
                                                     7
                                                     7, 14, 21
                                                                       Sunday
                                                                                      ture course.
                                                                                         The seven-week trip (June       Festival Has 'Hometown' Theme
    Special Open House Until 8 p.m.       December   4, 11, 18                        20-August 10) will also include       "Hometown USA," a cultural          There was no general admis­
               PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THE SALE NEAREST YOUI                               visits to America's scenic won­    fair and bazaar sponsored by        sion charge. The festival was
                                                                                      ders, including the Grand Can­     the Pacific Union College Stu­      operated on a "pay-as-you-go"
                                                                                      yon, Carlsbad Caverns, the         dent Association, was held Sun­     arrangement.
                                                                                                                         day, November 23, from 3:30
Teachers Join Elementary Staff                                                        Painted Desert and Petrified
                                                                                                                         to 9 p.m. in Pacific Auditorium.
   Elementary education will              degree in religion from Walla                                                                                      Dedication Honors
 benefit from the addition of             Walla College.                               Heritage Singers                    "It was a Bicentennial theme,"
                                                                                                                         said Colleen Harnett, SA so­
three new teachers this year.                His wife, Lana (nee Frank­                November 24—7:30 p.m.                                                 62 Student Nurses
   Flagstaff teacher Gary Rein-           lin) is serving as assistant                                                   cial vice-president. "We tried
                                                                                        First Southern Baptist Ch.       to create the atmosphere of a          Sixty-two Pacific Union Col­
bold was born in Kalamazoo,               teacher.                                      1535 Eighth Ave.
                                             The Munseys have a 3-year-                                                  small, midwest town with store­     lege nursing students were
Michigan. He attended Pacific                                                           Yuma
                                          old daughter, Tonya.                                                           fronts and a town square."          honored at a dedication service
Union College and Loma Lin­                                                                                                                                  November 22 at 4 p.m. in the
da University and received his                                                         November 25—7:30                    According to Colleen, 24 cam­
                                          Family, Home, Means                           Rincon High School Aud.          pus clubs participated. The clubs   Sanctuary as a step in their
B.A. degree from Walla Walla
                                                                                        422 N. Arcadia Blvd.             presented a variety of food,        nursing education.
College in 1975.                          Dedicated to the Lord                         Tucson                           crafts and activities ranging          The service marked the first
   He is married to the former               Unusual festivities recently
Verna Lee Iverson.                        at the home of Phoenix Cen­                  November 26—7 p.m.                from dinner shows to home­          milestone in their progress to­
                                          tral Church's custodian brought                Eastern Arizona College*        made ice cream and from pot­        ward a life of service in the med­
   Principal and 5th- and 6th-
                                          in over $425 for Investment.                   Fine Arts Theater        • *    tery making to plays and self-      ical field. The dedication is
grade teacher'at Glenview this
                                             After a vesper program for                  Thatcher                        defense demonstrations.             followed toward the end of their
year is Bay Johnson Ostrander,
                                          the church in their home, Mr.                                                                                      training by a pinning ceremony.
a native of Albuquerque, New                                                           November 29—4 p.m.
Mexico.                                   and Mrs. Edgar Dickson re­                     Central SDA Church              Enrollment Increases                  Speaking at the Sabbath ser­
   Ray received his B.A. degree           viewed their wedding vows in                   821 W. Flower St.                                                   vice was Elder Harvey Kib­
                                          a traditional wedding cere­                                                       Enrollment has taken nearly
in English from California                                                               Phoenix                         a six per cent jump over last       ble, pastor of the Baton Rouge,
State College at Bakersfield and          mony reminiscent of their orig­                                                                                    Louisiana, Adventist Church.
                                          inal vows 40 years before. Lat­              November 30—7 p.m.                year, bringing the total of stu­
a Master of Science degree in                                                            Aldersgate United               dents registered for fall quarter   He is the father of nursing stu­
English education from the                er, the Dicksons and their                                                                                         dent Donna Kibble.
                                          granddaughter dedicated them­                    Methodist Church              to 2,301, according to Director
University of Tennessee this                                                            3530 N. 32nd St.                 of Admissions and Records Dr.
year.                                     selves and their home to the                                                                                         The candlelight ceremony in­
                                          service of God and others.                     Phoenix                         Howard Hardcastle.                  cluded music by class members,
   His wife Marie (nee McNei-                                                                                              The full-time-equivalent fig­
lus) received her B.S. degree                A money tree whose leaves                 December 1—7:30                                                       a presentation of a Bible to
                                          were dollar bills for Investment              East Flagstaff Jr. Hi Aud.       ure is 2,128, up 65 over last       each student and the taking of
in nursing from Southern Mis­                                                                                            year. Leading the classes in
sionary College.                          was then unveiled. The Dick-                  2410 E. Cedar Ave.                                                   the "Nightingale Pledge."
                                          sons affixed 40 $5 bills in grati­             Flagstaff                       enrollment is the freshman
   Nogales    teacher   Michael                                                                                          class with 796, followed by           Of the 62 class members,
                                          tude for the 40 years God had                                                                                      eight are male students.
Frank Munsey has a B.A. de­                                                            December 2—7:30                   sophomores with 604, juniors
                                          given them together and their
gree in fine arts from Pacific            Phoenix Central friends added                 National Guard Armory            with 433 and seniors with 326.
Union College and has almost              an additional $225.                           Prescott                         Seventy-four have enrolled as
completed an additional B.A.                                                                                             graduate students while 66 are
                                                                                                                         unclassed or in a special cate­
                                                                                                                                                             Ann Landers
                                                                                                                         gory.
                                                                                                                           According to the admissions
                                                                                                                                                             at PUC Dec. 4
                                                                                                                         chief, the college received more      Ann Landers, who has an­
                                                                                                                         than 3,000 applications for the     swered letters and given ad­
                                                                                                                         fall term and processed 2,905       vice in her syndicated news­
                                                                                                                         acceptances. "Enrollment could      paper column for 20 years, will
                                                                                                                         have been more," explains           present a lecture entitled
                                                                                                                         Hardcastle, "but 73 students        "Some Rigid Convictions of an
                                                                                                                         did not qualify for admission       Open Mind," Thursday, Decem­
                                                                                                                         and 81 students who did apply       ber 4, at 9:30 a.m. in Pacific
                                                                                                                         could not be processed because      Auditorium, as part of Pacific
                                            Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ostrander                 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Munsey       of the lack of room,                Union College's Forum Series.
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    Spanish Telecast
for our wonderful Seventh-day
Adveratist denomination," he
said. "There's a good Qiristian
atmosphere out here and it
                                                                How to cookWestern style
shows on people's faces and the
way they respond to our request
for assistance."                                                 without cholesterol or animal fat.
   Alongside the Center studio
is the van of Pacific Video In­
dustries, Hollywood's leading
                                                              Use Loma Linda Vita-Burger. Appetizing!
million-dollar mobile unit. Unit
manager Seymour Meyer is also
impressed with what the Church
is doing in the development of
this production center.
   While Pacific Video supplies
tape-camera equipment and
crew, lighting and staging tech­
nology are provided exclusive­
ly by Center production ser­
vices, headed by Herbert Ho-
hensee.
   Hearing that some tend to be
fearful about such a production
center, Mr. Lamont observed
that there are those who feel
there must be big names and
networks associated with pro­
duction. "But you don't need
'big corp' because God is be­
hind you, and you don't need
anybody bigger than that," he
asserted.
   Center studios will next be
used by the Florida Conference
in early December for another
series of Foresight 20/20, also
by Verity Productions.
   Your prayers are solicited for
Al Dia, the Spanish telecast out­
reach, as well as for La Voz de
la Esperanza, the 35-year-old
radio venture.



         Indian members
         of God's family
         will be grateful
     for your remembering
       Sabbath's offering
          November 29
            for
   Monument Valley Hospital
               and
    Adventist Indian Mission
            School
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                                               Dilute fourbcL'ue SUIIL-I' will) water to
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Oaks.                                          Vita-Burger. Stir and allow In stand
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                                               ingredients. Fry in putties (tnukes six
vices, It Is Written and Breath                patties using V, cup of mixture each).
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  Your Thanksgivingtime gift
to the Center will speed the
message over God's ether
waves. Send your check to
Treasurer Alvin G. Munson,
Adventist Radio, Television and
Film Center, 1100 Rancho Co-
nejo Boulevard, Newbury Park,
CA 91320.
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