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We 'BANNER^, ^^m^ Page 1 May 6, 1977 ^^^^B*^^ Trustees to meet this weekend by Denise Bicondova The members of the Board of Trustees ofCaliforniaBaptistCol- lege will be on campus today and tomorrow for the second of their 1977 meetings. The meetings will include reports and recommendations from the academic, business, vice president and student affairs departments. The 1977 trustees are as follows: ANDREW L. TUCKER, Chairman: A resident of Riverside, California, Tucker graduated with an M.D. from the University of Southern California in 1948 anj received general surgery training with Dr. DeBakey at Bayler University, Houston, Texas. Retired from the Air Force in 1964, he is now certified with the American Board of Plastic Surgeons and is currently practicing in Riverside. ALFRED M. SMOAK, Vice Chairman: Originally from Sparr, Florida, Smoak has been serving as pastor of the Alder Avenue Baptist Church, Fremont, California, since 1967. He has served on the California State Executive Board, the state convention Resolutions Committee, and moderator for the Yakayo,Central Valley,and East Bay Associations. He holds degrees from the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently serving his second four year term as a CBC trustee. CHARLES fi. ARBAUGH: A 1963 graduate of CBC, Arbaugh isongi- nally from Stroud, Oklahoma. Baptized in 1948 at the First Baptist Church, Grass Valley, California, he is currently a member of the First Baptist Church, Redding. A Revenue Officer with the Internal Revenue Service since 1964, Arbaugh also holds several church positions and currently resides in Palo Cedro, California. WILLIAM D. CLARK: Ordained a deacon in January 1962 by the Del Ray Baptist Church, Virginia, Clark is currently a member of the First Baptist Church, Poway, California, where he serves as an adult Bible teacher, chairman of the planning and survey course and a member of the church council. He is president of the Poway Pop Warner Association (boys' football), and is also an executive board member and chairman of the finance committee of the San Diego Southern Baptist Association. WILLIAM GEORGE: Baptized in 1951 in Stephen vi lie, Texas, George is a current member ofthe First Baptist Church, in Long Beach, California, where he makes his home. George is originally from Gilarduiller, Pennsylvania. RAGUEL RIOS GONZALEZ: A 1961 graduate of CBC, Gonzalez completed her graduate work at San Jose StateUniversityandSanta Clara University where she re- Dr. Andrew Tucker ceived a Master's Degree in Progress. She is currently a resident of San Jose where she teaches in the Oak Grove School District in the field of Bilingual/Bi-Cultural education. Married in 1968, she is originally from El Paso, Texas. . HERMAN H. GRAY: Currently serving as vice moderator and adult Sunday School teacher as a member of the First Baptist Church, Chester, California, Gray is originally from Germany. Gray is a member of the,California Medical Association, the Lion's Club, has served as a medical missionary in Nigeria, and his education includes tropical medicine at the Fuller Theological Seminary School of World Missions. BILL W. HARNESS: Born in Shirley, Arkansas, Harness is an ordained deacon and a current member of the Temple Baptist Church, Santa Barbara. He is a graduate of Ventura College, Ventura, the University of Southern California, and West Coast University, and holds a standard teaching credential with a specialization in Junior College teaching. Harness has served as an Associ- ational Youth Director and resides in Santa Barbara. WAYNE S. JARBOE: Originally from Lexington, Oklahoma, Jarboe is an ordained minister and his pastoral experience includes Baptist Churches in Nob Hill and Diamond Valley, Oklahoma and Peta- luma, Navato and currently Rancho Cordova, all in California. His education includes degrees from the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and Oklahoma State University. Married in 1958, Jarboe is the father of five children. RICHARD C. LEWIS: A member of the Lompoc and Milpitas Ministerial fellowships, Lewis' education includes a B.A. from Bayler University, 1959 and a B.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1964. He pas- tored eight years in Texas, four years at Park Victoria Baptist Church, Milpitas, and two years at the First Baptist Church, Oil- dale, California. His denominational service includes moderator, clerk, stewardship chairman and training union director. Lewis is originally from Gatesville, Texas and makes his home in Lompoc, California. FLOYD LOONEY: Born in Board Camp, Arkansas, Looney attended Mt. Ida Baptist Academy, Arkansas, and Oklahoma Baptist University. Ordained to the ministry CBC captures state BSU offices Two CBC students were elected to statewide offices ofthe Baptist Student Union at the "Leadership Training Conference" held at Hume Lake. Karen Helton ,is the new vice president of publicity and Ben Jennings is the vice president of music. Dale McGinnis, another CBC student, ran for vice president of missions. All three students are new officers of CBC's Campus Student Ministries. Besides Helton and Jennings, other state officers include students from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Fresno State, and San Francisco State. Rick Warren, another CBC student attending the conference, taught a session in Bible study. Warren has published a book on In the beginning . . . Friday and Saturday time: 8:00 tickets: $1.00 (pre-sale) this subject. Altogether CBC was represented by ten students and Wayne Swindall, Director of CampusStu- dent Ministries, at this conference. Erkes elected CSM pres. Sherri Erkes was elected president of CSM while Karen Helton became the club's new vice president after last week's voting. Ben Jennings took over as growth chairman, and Marianne Martin as fellowship chairman. Study chairman is DaleMcGinnes. New ministry chairman is Bill McNeil, witness chairman is Mary Ann Gruert, and missions chairman is Angela Morgan. Outgoing president Brad Camp believes "they'll all do a real good job. I think there will be a good president, for one thing." New officers will plan programs for next year over the summer. The Student Led Revival will be the first CSM fall activity, Alfred Smoak in 1928, he served as pastor and missionary in Oklahoma for 15 years before coming to California in 1943. Honors and services include editor of the California Southern Baptist. 1944-1961; field secretary of the Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1961; member of the Association of American Authors and listed in Who's Who on the Pacific Coast, Who's Who in the West and the International Biography, London. He is presently pastor of Ea.ton Southern Baptist Church, in Fresno. CHARLES E. McCLUNG: An alumni of Cal Baptist and the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, McClung is originally from Seminole, Oklahoma, and currently resides in Sunland, California, where he is pastor of the Mountain View Baptist Church. Otherpasto- ral work includes assistant pastor. Crescent Baptist Mission, Huntington Beach; interim pastor. Grandview Baptist Church, Los Angeles, and pastor of the First Baptist Church, Parker, Arizona. 1966-1969. McClung is also a member of the Lion's Club International. L. STANLEY POLK: No biographical information was available. WANIE M. PRATT: Originally from El Dorado, Arkansas, Pratt is a member of the Bristol Street Baptist Church and currently resides in Santa Ana. He is an or- (Cont. on Page 7) ASB positions ST *&"Sm± gjL^U <9- Beginning on Monday, May 9 and running through Friday, May 13 applications will be taken for the positions of Business Manager, Secretary, and Student Relations Officer of the Associated Student Body (ASB). The descriptions of each of these positions are as follows: Business Manager - Prepare and present budgets for each semester during the school year. Keep current accounts of income and expenditures for ASB. Give weekly financial reports to the Executive Council. ServeasBusiness Manager for the Student Recreation Center and serve on its Operations Board. Control inventory, purchases, and review and sign all contracts of the ASB. Secretary - Record and publish the minutes of all Executive Council meetings. Handle all correspondence and maintain a filing system. Student Relations Officer - Be the ASB representative to the campus publications (Banner, Angelos, Roundtable). Set up publicity systems, and coordinate all such systems. Be responsible for the creative development of methods for the promotion of all ASBactivities and events of concern ofthe student body using these resources: calendar, news releases, posters, bulletin boards, marquee, hand bills, announcements. The appointments for these positions will be decided upon by the new ASB president in conjunction with the ASB executive council during the week of April 15th. Applications may be picked up and returned to the Dean of Students Office. The scholarship for each of these positions is $350.00 per semester. If you have any questions concerning these positions contact Claude Capiaux,687- 8484.
|Title||The Banner - May 6, 1977|
|Subject||California Baptist University -- Students -- Periodicals. College student newspapers and periodicals -- California.|
|Description||The Banner is the student newspaper of California Baptist University. It has been in continuous publication since 1952.'|
|Creator||California Baptist University|
|Date||May 06 1977|
|Rights||Copyright California Baptist University. All Rights Reserved.|