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Election of J. Walter Cahill as International Vice President

Photo caption: J. Walter Cahill, International Vice President

The resignation of Ben F. Lowe, created a vacancy in the office of Vice President.  Nominations were called for and the name of J. Walter Cahill was duly placed in nomination.  Brother Cahill was, by secret ballot vote during executive session, unanimously elected by the Board to the office of Eleventh Vice President of the International.  Upon being notified of the Board’s action, Brother Cahill expressed his thanks to the Board for their vote of confidence and was later administered the oath of office by International President Short.