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Re: THEOS-L digest 871

Feb 02, 1997 07:45 AM
by m.k. ramadoss

On Sun, 2 Feb 1997, Bart Lidofsky wrote:

> M K Ramadoss wrote:
> > Several years ago, when Bing and his wife thrown out on the street overnight
> > by TSA powers, it was Johnny Schwartz who provided them shelter in Tulsa
> > which prevented them from ending up in Salvation Army Homeless Shelter. It
> > was a great act of practical compassion and demonstration of Brotherhood on
> > the part of Johnny Schwartz (for which he should be congratulated.)
> 	Bing was the highest paid person at Wheaton. He was given a very
> generous severence pay (I believe 4 months salary), and was offered
> numerous jobs at Wheaton to replace his job as paid national lecturer
> (which was eliminated). He requested positions for which he had
> absolutely no qualifications (such as head of TPH). I hardly call that
> "being thrown out on the street"). Worst case, he could have taken a job
> he considered to be "beneath him" and maintain residence at Wheaton
> while looking for another job.
> 	Bart Lidofsky
Glad to see your msg.

This is *the* first time I see this information.

While I trust the info is correct, as the Russian Proverb says, "Trust
but verify". Hence I would like to see documented evidence.



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