Roger G Lippross  

Frank Brown, Director of the Work in England and Gordon Graham, Manager of our printing plant, were here in Pasadena this past week for talks with Brian Knowles, Jack Bicket and the various department managers. We discussed the publishing needs of the English-speaking Work in Europe! and went over present plans regarding printing in the U.K. and ways to make the plant more cost effective for our needs in Pasadena.

Now and then we get trouble from other religious groups, etc., regarding our Plain Truth racks in stores and other outlets. Evansville, Indiana, is one area where we had trouble from an individual destroying our magazines by the hundreds. are a couple of letters from the local Evansville newspaper.


To the Editor:

The United States of America was founded on the principle of freedom of religion. The Pilgrims came to this country because of the religious persecution they were facing in England. Our forefathers, in the Constitution, wrote a provision for religious freedom.

Why can't those few who do not wish to read the Plain Truth magazine leave it on the rack so that the thousands in the Tri-State area who want to read it may?

The Plain Truth is a magazine of fine quality. The pictures are sharp, clear, and tell a story in themselves. The writing is informative and thought-provoking. And in these days of inflation the price is unbelievable — The Plain Truth magazine is free!

I would like to see the Plain Truth. racks returned to the stores so that the people may decide for themselves whether or not to pick up a copy.

I have heard that religious freedom still exists in the United States — sometimes I wonder.

Henrietta Kissel,


To the Editor:

I would like to thank the ones responsible for allowing the Plain Truth to be placed in the Wesseleman's stores again.

This is a very educational publication and where else can one get so much for so little. It's free!

Verona Coultas,

From these and other comments from the general public we know that many thousands of people look favorably on our program, and indeed value what we are doing.

Roger G. Lippross, Publishing Services

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Pastor General's ReportMay 14, 1979Vol 3 No. 17