ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY-SIXTH MEETING, GENERAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE, December 1, 1910
F.C. Gilbert presented a paper speaking of present efforts, and appealing for further effort for the Jewish people.
VOTED, That the Jewish work be place under the supervision and fostering care of the North American Foreign Department, Elder F.C. Gilbert to act as leader of the work for
ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY-SEVENTH MEETING, GENERAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE, DECEMBER 2, 1910
The Committee met at 8:30 A.M. After prayer, the work of Elder F. C. Gilbert was further discussed.
VOTED, That in view of the relation that the work of F. C. Gilbert sustains to the General Conference, and the field at large, the General Conference assume his salary and expenses after January l, 1911, with the understanding that in the gathering of funds, money taken up in camp-meetings or work among our churches shall pass to the General Conference treasury through the regular channels, and that funds which may be gathered in work among outsiders shall be reported to the treasury.
ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY-NINTH MEETING, GENERAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE, DECEMBER 4, 1910
F. C. GILBERT:
VOTED, That the rate of F. C. Gilbert as leader of the Jewish work be fixed at $17 per week.
TWO HUNDRED ELEVENTH MEETING, GENERAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE, MARCH 25, 1911
The amount required by the Jewish Department was fixed at $2,240, this providing for the salary of F. C. Gilbert at $18 per week, and other departmental expenses. It was agreed that the Concord Jewish home should not come under the department, but be continued for the present by its board of trustees, and supported by products of the farm and by gifts to be solicited from outside parties and popular churches, not from our own churches.
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