They include registers of births, marriages and deaths; lists of members; movement of members between congregations; records of discipline; disownment; burials and more.This database contains digitized volumes of more than 60 Quaker publications, including some foreign-language periodicals.Shortly after its inception, RTC received on May 16, 1982 "the ownership, supervision and control" of the trademarks and service marks, identifying "Scientology applied religious philosophy" and "Dianetics spiritual healing technology" by the originator and founder of Scientology, L.
[...]" The Bylaws of CST were signed on June 7, 1982 by its General and Special Directors, who were at that time Lyman Spurlock, Rebecca Pook, Maria Starkey, Stephen A. The Internal Revenue Service granted CST's request for exemption through an official recognition letter on October 1, 1993.
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At the time of the filing for tax exemption, the following individuals held corporate positions at CST: The Board of Trustees was composed of John Allcock, David Lantz and Russell Bellin.
Thomas Vorm, Russell Bellin and Catherine Schmidt formed the Board of Directors.
Bless Me, Ultima is a novel by Rudolfo Anaya in which his young protagonist, Antonio Márez y Luna, tells the story of his coming-of-age with the guidance of his curandera, mentor, and protector, Ultima.
It has become the most widely read and critically acclaimed novel in the Chicano literary canon since its first publication in 1972.
CST's President was Russell Bellin, its Vice-President Thomas Vorm, its Secretary Jane Mc Nairn and its Treasurer Catherine Schmidt.
The existence and founding of CST is intimately connected to the creation of the Religious Technology Center, which was incorporated on January 1, 1982.
He has also remarked on the unavailability of many authors at that time who could serve as mentors for his life experience as a Chicano.
Anaya says that the great breakthrough in finding his voice as a writer occurred in an evening when he was writing late at night.