The New Director

Mr. Charles E. Heitman, C. S. B., the new Director, formerly resided in New York city. As a young man he prepared for the practice of law, but discontinued his study to enter the Spanish-American War, in which he served as a member of the First Volunteer Cavalry, better known as Roosevelt's Rough Riders. Thereafter he engaged in business, becoming a member of the Real Estate Board in the city of New York. Mr. Heitman is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Arbitration Association. He served as trustee of Second Church of Christ, Scientist, New York city, and as its First Reader.

Mr. Heitman was President of The Mother Church in 1923-24 and served as Committee on Publication for the state of New York until he was called to Boston to become Associate Editor of The Christian Science Monitor in June, 1926. In February, 1927, upon the organization of The Christian Science Monitor Editorial Board, he was named as one of its four members, and in June of that year became Manager of The Christian Science Publishing Society.

For many years Mr. Heitman has been an active practitioner of Christian Science. In 1922 he became a teacher, having been a member of the Normal Class of the Board of Education in that year.

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Admission to The Mother Church
October 26, 1929

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