Obstacles continually arose, threatening to prevent the opening of Ambassador College. The Queen Elizabeth docked in New York on March 21, 1947. For two days, in mid-Atlantic, she had weathered the worst storm of her career. And we had experienced the sight, the feel, and the sounds of an angry ocean billowing up great liquid mountain peaks, driven by a gale of hurricane force. It was good to be back on solid ground. We returned to Eugene, Oregon, March 25th. Immediately I plunged into preparations for establishing the new Ambassador College in Pasadena. All thought of the European branch of the College was of necessity shelved for the time being. The financial situation dictated that.
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