Thursday of last week, July 5th, Mr. George McFarland and I went to Tucson to open and dedicate the new mail opening facility. Messrs. Rod Meredith and Dennis Luker happened to be traveling with us to see Mr. Armstrong, and also attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony which marked the move into permanent office quarters.

The new office is centrally located with easy access to the post office and other business connections. It is of moderate size, allowing a close working relationship between employees — but has the capacity for possible expansion in the future.

The new mail opening office is simply an extension of, and under the auspices of, the Mail Processing Center here in Pasadena, The same procedures which we have used for years with Mr. Armstrong's approval will be used there. And, the same basic training program we use here has prepared the personnel there. At present, there are about 10 people working in the Tucson office.

Richard Rice, Yai1 Processing Center

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Pastor General's ReportJuly 11, 1979Vol 3 No. 26