Issue 27 – July 1999

(Stop Mind control And Ritual abuse Today)
P. O Box 1295,
Easthampton, MA 010271295 USA


Issue 27 – July 1999

The purpose of this newsletter is to help stop secretive organizations and groups from abusing others and to help those who have been allegedly abused by the Masons, Mormons, government agencies and other secretive groups.

This newsletter is not a substitute for other ways of recovering from ritual abuse. Readers should use caution while reading this newsletter. If necessary, make sure other support systems are available during and after reading this newsletter.


The resources mentioned in this newsletter are for educational value only. Reading the books cited may or may not help your recovery process, so use caution when reading any book or contacting any resource mentioned in this newsletter. Some may have a religious or other agenda that may be separate from your own recovery process. Others may have valuable information on the Masons and other organizations, but have triggers or be somewhat sympathetic to those organizations. Resources listed, quoted and individual articles, etc. and their writers do not necessarily support all or any of the views mentioned in this newsletter. Also, the views, facts and opinions mentioned in this newsletter are solely the opinions of the authors and are not necessarily the opinions of this newsletter or its editor.

Copyright 1999 All rights reserved.

No reproduction of any material without written permission from the editor and individual authors.

S.M.A.R.T. conference August 14 15, 1999, please register before July 14 to avoid late fees. For details, see final page or home page above.

If you can’t make it to the conference, please consider sending a donation to support the conference. The survivors’ movement is only as strong as we make it.

Please help promote the conference any way you can. We can send you brochures, etc. if you’d like.

Editor’s Page

The following article is by Neil Brick, the editor and founder of S.M.A.R.T.

V.O.I.C.E.S. Conference 1999

The V.O.I.C.E.S. conference was held in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, May 20 – 23.

In S.M.A.R.T. Issue #22, I discussed some of the occurrences of the 1998 V.O.I.C.E.S. in Evanston, IL, including the fact that only half of my presentation was recorded and how I was not allowed to speak at VOICES in San Francisco in 1997. The person choosing the speakers told me that I was not allowed to speak because I talked about (alleged) Masonic ritual abuse. A senior person at VOICES apologized to me and said I should resubmit a proposal for next year (1998). I did and was accepted.

Another topic I discussed in 1998 was the rejection of my letter to VOICES’ Chorus (a newsletter) responding to a VOICES’ Chorus article about Dr. Colin Ross (a member of FMSF).

I mentioned that I do not want to divide or weaken the movement, but I wanted to put some light on some of the problems within the movement in a constructive and healthy way. I hope that in the future conference coordinators of all survivor
conferences will learn more about mind control and how triggers can be used to hurt survivors, so that survivors will be safer at all conferences.

The conference coordinator for the 1999 conference promised me that I would be able to speak at the 1999 conference. I made travel arrangements to the 1999 conference based on this promise. When I saw the schedule for presenters at the 1999 conference, I didn’t see my name. After several inquiries, I found out I was not going to be a presenter. The conference coordinator told me that another V.O.I.C.E.S. official was deciding who would be speaking.

Several reasons were given for the rejection of my presentation proposal for the 1999 conference. One reason, was that my presentation was rejected was that it was received late. I mailed it to the conference chairperson approximately 21 months
before the 1999 conference. I was told there were complaints about my workshops. Almost all of the evaluation forms I saw from the 1998 workshop were positive. I assume one reason for the rejection of my proposal was the discussion of Colin Ross and the rejection of my 1997 proposal during my 1998 presentation. I was told that there were no rooms available for my presentation. I know that was not true, because I saw one room open while I was there. I also suggested that I could find a room for my presentation. This request was not accepted.

V.O.I.C.E.S. sent me a letter of apology for my not being a presenter in Ft. Lauderdale this year. My goal is that S.M.A.R.T. and V.O.I.C.E.S. will be able to work together in the future to continue to work together to fight against child abuse in all its forms.


The following article comes from a survivor. Please use caution while reading. It may be triggering. It has been edited for legal reasons. Please note: all accusations are alleged.

Thank you for the up dates on your past issues. I found them to be very helpful. I do want to say how pervasive this problem is. I’m 46 years old, married twentysix years, and have two children. Both boys. I have been remembering satanic ritual abuse now for more than ten years. I find it interesting reading about the FMSF and how they have (allegedly) distorted the truth. Repression of memories is a reality. There are so many documented cases. It sickens me to see they still have people believing them. I know for myself after being in a survivor’s group for six years. I had the privilege to have
personally participated in confrontations in the prison where I have now lived for more than four years. I found this to be very empowering and helpful in evaluating my own abuse. I listened to the offenders tell me their first names, who they had abused to be imprisoned for and what type of abuse they perpetrated and for how long, and the sex and age of their victim/victims. Then they told me how many others they had victimized before getting caught. It was interesting how and when they decided to make amends with a victim they had not previously been able to say they were sorry to, a strange thing happened. One prisoner said the person was his sister now older, how she didn’t remember being abused by him. How bad he felt telling her this. How horrible he felt, how his sister would now have to deal with this well kept secret from herself. This was not an uncommon story. I found out from the prison therapist. He confirmed this to be true. There are so many stories of confirmed convicted offenders who were involved in several cases of abuse. I needed to hear that people who Satanic ritually abused children and adults were convicted of their crimes.

My story is in someway the same as others. I don’t know the exact places of where mine took place. My father was my first abuser. He had close personal friends who became my Godparents even though I was not baptized until right before my
conformation in the ninth grade. I was brought up in an all white community in the year 1952. I have one brother and three sisters. None with any memories of any abuse. They are all married and have children of their own. I grew up not having very many memories of living with my family except for a few. Most of the ones I remember are: who I grew up with in the neighborhood and went to school
with and where I went to school and some events of past Holidays. I remembered some stuff about playing with my little sister but not much. I had photographs that my parents would take out and sit around the table and tell stories about who, what and where this and that happened. Those were my memories. I had repressed my memories for years, up until the age of thirty-six. Like others it came out after being in therapy. But I was in marriage counseling for about three years before our councilor mentioned that she felt I had my own issues to deal with and would I like to have a therapist of my own to talk to. I agreed.

I’m only going to say this once. My therapist asked me only one time if I was abused. Sexually or physically. That was it. I told her “no” and we went on talking about the alcoholism I was dealing with in my relationship with my husband and parents. This went on for some time. I became active in groups and felt great. Things in therapy were going fine. I know that in all that time I don’t remember ever hearing a person talk about sexual abuse, seeing it on talk shows or reading about it in magazines or books. It wasn’t a topic I felt remotely close to. I had no friends that ever brought the topic up. Nothing! Then about a year into my therapy I started feeling a lot of anxiety and fearful but I had no reason to have these feelings, I thought. One day I walked into the agency and waited in the waiting room for my therapist to come out of a session and I was so tense I couldn’t stand it. I started feeling like I was in another world. The room had red-brick walls and green carpeting and chairs. The room felt like it was closing in on me and the green chairs and floor changed from olive green to a florescent green. It glowed brightly! My anxiety was feeling out of control. Like someone was going to kill me and it was totally crazy to be thinking that way. The minutes seemed like hours. Then her door opened. She had been running behind she said. A crisis. I told her to expect another one. She said, “what do you mean.” I explained to her what I was seeing and feeling. It got worse as I spoke. I started feeling
things I never felt before. She said I had PTSD. Everything she said that day was like listening through cotton in my ears. Nothing made sense. I was scared and frightened. With new understanding why this was happening now. My therapist said she felt I needed to be hospitalized. I wasn’t going to argue with her considering I was in no condition to go anywhere. My therapist called my husband and asked to see him right away. Needless to say that’s where it started.

Now having been diagnosed with DID after my second time in the hospital because I kept shrinking into a fiveyearold. My therapist wasn’t positive about it. It took them a long time to make that decision. Lots of tests to rule out other possibilities.

Ten years later and about twenty hospitalizations with the diagnoses of DID, I found out I was sexually abused by my father within the first four months after being hospitalized the first time. My father’s brothers, sister and his friends who I remembered later also belonged to the satanic cult who also abused me. They were located where I was born. I moved with my family at the age of nine months.
The incest started at that age. The cult abuse continued until my eighteenth birthday. My father’s friend was from where I was born, also. He and his wife were involved along with my dad and relatives. It was a combination of Satanic, Nazi and KKK all rolled into one alleged cult. Major pornography ring. As many as three to a hundred followers would meet at a time for a ritual. They used
different ways to control me. Sometimes with drugs, mind control methods using crystals, white lights, death threats as well as electrical shocks. That’s just some of the ways. They had abused women, children, teens, and people of different
races and religions.

They used me to experiment on. Got me pregnant at the age of fourteen and used the fetus, for a sacrifice. They tied me up and gagged me to keep me quite and kept me in small places like pits, cages, and closets. Sometimes put me in coffins and inside empty graves with snakes and dead corpses. They did their rituals out doors in fields, wooded sights, caves, warehouses, abandon churches, basements of homes and underground the cities water system. Any where they could
meet secretly. Back rooms of bars. Too many places. I want to find out if anyone knows if they were in the same cult. I know it is dangerous to give names so I won’t. I wish someone would get in touch with me if they remembered being in the same locations. I have met with many survivors over the years who have been through the same stuff. I don’t wish to prosecute my perpetrators. That is not my intent. My father and his family are all dead. Including his friends. So, I couldn’t even if I wanted to. I just wanted to know if there was the
slightest chance anyone has been abused by a cult in these locations (Southern, CT, Catskill Mountains area NY). You may publish my story if you like or keep it and pass it on. Silence is a perpetrator’s best friend.

Please contact S.M.A.R.T. if you are interested in contacting the writer of this article and we will forward your message. As always, please use caution, when contacting anyone mentioned in this newsletter.

Memory Validation

The information for the following article came from “Memory, Trauma Treatment, and the Law” by Brown, Scheflin and Hammond, W.W. Norton and Co. New York and London, C 1998 ( Page 370-381 and is written by the editor of S.M.A.R.T.

The base rates for memory commission errors are quite low, at least in professional trauma treatment. The base rates in adult misinformation studies run
between zero and 5 percent for adults and between 3 – 5 percent for children. Out of about seven to 10% of the general population that may be highly hypnotizable, four to 6 percent of high hypnotizable subjects may “produce hypnotic psuedomemories for peripheral details (of a memory) in response to suggestions” in a waking state or hypnotized with controlled situational influence. The 46 percent may rise in terms of report rates to 80% under some conditions of social influence. Extreme social influence can be compared to brainwashing or social influence to the following criteria, several of which must happen for the possibility of an untrue memory to occur: patient is highly suggestible (in terms of memory), with low to moderate suggestibility a therapeutic situation must contain a number of the following: patient is quite uncertain about the past event, suggestions of peripheral details (not central plot actions of a memory),
source credibility (an authority figure), patient bias (previous information), authority figure bias (has set belief about what happened), systematic misleading (rather than free recall), emotional manipulation (blame or rejection for not producing the desired result or praise for the desired result), behavioral response (individual journal or oral narrative to group of trauma or action against perpetrators), milieu control (total information control in and out of therapeutic or other context) and psychophysiological manipulation (breaking down the subject’s defenses, assaults self esteem or person’s core or causes subject to regress).

“Occasional unwitting misleading suggestions (Yapko, 1994a), even the suggestion of a diagnosis of abuse, cannot adequately explain illusory memories of child sexual abuse.” (p. 379) Occasional suggestions about abuse are not generally effective, except in highly suggestible people.

Some child abuse interrogations might come close to some of the above conditions. Those that have retracted claims due to influence from their accused families, if they have internalized the systematic information of the FMSF, and were coached by FMSF members may also meet many of the above criteria of social influence.

Three to six percent of people possess a trait of high memory suggestibility (related or unrelated to hypnotizability). They may make errors for at least
peripheral information, but under the certain social conditions listed before they might make errors for central information also.

One to two thirds of people could possibly make memory errors in an interrogatory social interaction with many of the social influence conditions listed before. About one third of the population are resistant to memory commission errors except
under extreme conditions.

My conclusion is that memory contamination is very unlikely, except under extreme conditions. From the data presented, it sounds like it is almost totally
impossible for anyone to make a memory error for the central plot of a memory simply by hearing disinformation. A variety of other factors would have to be in place. Even under hypnosis without several social influence factors, it sounds like it is extremely rare (4-6% of 7-10%, less than one percent of people) may be influenced by disinformation.

It sounds like most people would almost have to be in a cult or in a cult like situation or under considerable duress to produce an untrue memory. Theories that claim that a “false” memory can be created simply by hearing an erroneous statement
or because a person is looking for “filler” to complete the central plot of their memory, are probably wrong.

But, if all the information in the media and society available to most survivors is biased toward the incorrect position that memories of abuse are false. And a survivor is manipulated and pressured by their family emotionally and cognitively, it is very possible that a survivor may wrongly believe that their memories are not true.

Information on APA Article

The following article came from information from a FRC media article, 202-393-2100 and articles by Julia Duin in “The Washington Times.”

Several congressmen and media representatives are upset about, “A Meta-Analytic Examination of Assumed Properties of Child Sexual Abuse Using College Samples” a “pedophilia” study printed by the American Psychological Association, in their
professional journal “The Bulletin.” NAMBLA, The North American Man-Boy Love Association which advocates laws to permit sex between adults and “consenting” children, hailed the study on their website as “good news.” One of the authors of
the study, Robert Bauseman, Ph. D. (a psychology professor, at the University of Michigan), has an article in “Paidika, The Journal of Pedophilia,” from the Netherlands advocating sex with “willing” children. Bauseman also wrote a special issue on sex between men and boys in 1990 by the Journal of Homosexuality called “Male Intergenerational Intimacy.” It questioned the “taboo” against “manboy sexual relationships.” Other coauthors of the study include Bruce Rind (Temple University psychology professor) and Philip Tromovitch (doctoral student at University of Pennsylvania).

Several people are challenging the APA to condemn the study. The study is a compilation of 59 studies on how college students cope with child sexual abuse.

Mormon Article

The following article comes from information from the Houston Chronicle, 5/10/99 by Paul McKay called “Mormon psychologist’s recanting about the church flaw puzzles some.” All accusations are alleged.

Arleen Cromwell, a psychologist and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints originally detailed in a sworn affidavit a pattern showing where sexually abused children had been shunned or mishandled by Mormon bishops. She
agreed to testify against the church in a lawsuit. The bishops had failed to get the children the professional help they needed.

She said the bishops often made, “little effort to ensure the safety of victims or failed to report abuses to appropriate state authorities.” She had treated 300 abuse cases in Utah. She offered to provide free training for the bishops, but was
turned down by the stake leader.

In June 1998, Cromwell backed off the statement, as a lawsuit pending in Beckley, W. VA, where Mormon officials were accused of being liable for failing to report a case of abuse to authorities. The lawsuit seeks 750 million dollars in damages,
alleging the church has a history of generally failing to protect children from known sexual predators.

The new affidavit states that she was unaware of the training the church had given bishops to properly report cases of abuse. Some people allege she recanted due to pressure. The West Virginia trial starts October 25, and Cromwell will be subpoenaed to testify.


The following poems are from subscribers. Please use caution while reading. They may be triggering.


Open your mouth,
and he will bash it in.
As a young child, you knew what bash was.
Stop fighting. Kiss, makeup.
She says, she is sick of wearing your father’s makeup.
A young child, you know what the makeup is, and its not kissing.
Your nose bleeds. All the time.
So you carry a rag and get accustomed to it.
You fall asleep to the music of your parents arguing.
Like the opera.
Just a private one.
The crashing of surf.
In this house there are thunder storms even in the winter.
The child learns, by the punch,
kick and the parents’ screams.
To get through, you pretend that you are somewhere else, maybe the beach:

Sherry Ann Mary Byron

Angelic Children #2
Angelic Moments

Children are the essence of angels
happy children, blue eyes bright
blonde curls shimmering in the light of morning
play among the new grasses of spring

Nurturing, giving back to ourselves
what was taken by the RA perps
Nurturing hurt children
whose childhood was stolen by the perps
after the long silence of fear
we tell and battle the system
while struggling to protect
children and grandchildren from the same fate

Nurturing children is one of the most gratifying experiences of life.



The following letter came from a subscriber. Please use caution while reading. It may be triggering. The letter has been edited for clarity.

Dear Neil,

Thank you for another year of cult, Masonic and Eastern Star information. I hope and pray for a successful 1999 conference for S.M.A.R.T. I’ll be thinking of the speakers and discussion groups.

Thank you for sending the renewal notice. The state downsized the mental health program. My faithful therapist of ten years, they let her go. At least she gave me four informative years. Since I was no longer suicidal or threatening to myself or anyone. I was dropped from the program.

After six months, there are scary times. I have been using the meditation method and I keep reading selfhelp books. I’m thinking of looking into low cost therapy for myself, but I probably won’t be able to find anything. If I could only take group therapy, my alters can’t deal with more than our own problems, not everyone else’s, with all the talking. I’ve tried group therapy twice, had to quit both times. So your newsletter is very important to me. I’m still plagued with flashbacks and nightmares about the Masons and Stars. Seems too real. Permission to print and edit.

Thank you, Nancy


Please note: Listing of these resources does not necessarily constitute our endorsement of them. They are for educational value only and some may be triggering.

Please also note. Some of the conferences listed may not necessarily be safe for all survivors. S.M.A.R.T. recommends always bringing a support person to all conferences. If you are a survivor of mind control and/or ritual abuse, S.M.A.R.T.
recommends that you try to bring a support person that is familiar with mind control techniques.

Utah Lighthouse Ministries have a website with information about the Mormons at (These pages may be Christian in nature and may be triggering for survivors of alleged Mormon RA.) They have several books available on the Mormons, “Satanic Ritual Abuse and Mormonism” ($5 + shipping), “Occultic Ritual
Abuse Fact or Fantasy” ($6.95 + shipping). Their address is: P O Box 1884, Salt Lake City, UT 84110. S.M.A.R.T. Issue #6 also mentions these books and has information on the Mormons (available online at our home page).

ACHES-MC now has chat rooms and a message board on Delphi. At This may be triggering for some survivors, so please use caution.

Kai Bashir has a mind control home page at: mind3000/mindcontrol.html. Use caution at this page and when watching these videos. They may be triggering. She also has free video tapes from a five-part series on mind control and the government radiation experiments aired on Cincinnati’s public TV station. For more info., write K. Bashir, P O Box 30366, Cinc. OH 45230, Email:

Please use caution while reading the next listing and the book. Both may be very triggering.

Brice Taylor’s new book “Thanks for the Memories, The Truth Has Set Me Free” is an autobiographical 350 page manuscript describing her personal experiences with ritual abuse and mind control. She describes her allegations of being used by Henry Kissinger and Bob Hope as a mind control slave into adulthood, as well as
being used as a presidential sex toy and personal mind file’ computer by many to
further the agenda of the New World Order. Brice will also be speaking at the SMART sponsored conference this August in Connecticut. To order, write Brice Taylor Trust, P O Box 655, Landrum, SC 29356. The book is $34.95 and a video
about Mind Control is $19.95.

The Only Good Heart by Beth Goobie is a book about a survivor born into a cult involved with organized crime and occult manipulations. She is subjected to medical abuse, sophisticated electric shock and other forms of mind control programming, as well as forced into child prostitution and ritualized assault. ISBN 0968188419, available from Pedlar Press, P O Box 26, Station P, Toronto, Canada, M5S 2S6 Please use caution while reading this book. It has descriptions of rituals and may be triggering.

A survivor is seeking other ritual abuse survivors of SRA in 1960 1970’s from
Rockwood, Michigan. Send replies to SMART and they will be forwarded. Please mention this specific article. Please use caution when contacting any listing in this newsletter.

Copies of “Lost in a shopping mall – A breach of professional ethics” and “Logical fallacies and ethical breaches” are now available. Send an E-mail request to and ask for an attachmentor provide a mailing address and copies will be mailed to you. These articles provide scholarly critiques of Dr. Elizabeth Loftus’ “lost in the mall” study. The first article examines the study from a methodological and ethical standpoint. The second article examines Loftus’
published response to this article and brings up further questions regarding the mall study. The articles were published in Volume 9, Number 1 of “Ethics & Behavior,” a peerreviewed journal. Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
10 Industrial Avenue, Mahwah, NJ 07430; Phone: (201) 2369500.

False Memory Syndrome Facts (not an FMSF sponsored site) at has info. on the Judith Peterson trial, the Crook and Dean articles, see above, and The Journal, “Ethics and Behavior” has published a special edition, “Science and Politics of Recovered Memories.” Quotes from the site include, “The ordinary
response to atrocities is to banish them from consciousness.” Judith Herman, M.D. “Trauma and Recovery” and “Action is the antidote to despair.” Joan Baez.

Does anyone have information about The Columbine Center for Dissociative Disorders in
Littleton, CO or have the experience of being treated there? If so, please send info. either to the editor of SMARTNEWS, or to Hal Pepinsky, 1412 Nancy St., Bloomington, IN 47401 (until August 1, or thereafter) 1412 Indiana Ave., Ames, IA 50014, E-mail

Please use caution reading the following review and book. Both may be very triggering.

Milabs: Military Mind Control and Alien Abduction by Helmut Lammer and Marion Lammer, “the authors review former top secret mind control projects like ARTICHOKE and MKULTRA, and utilize littleknown formally classified documentation, photos, xrays, illustrations and first hand testimony to expose the shocking story behind the abduction phenomenon.” or Illuminet Press, P O Box 2808, Lilburn, GA 30048

Information about Jose Delgado is available at

Information on Russian experiments in hypnotism and radio control of the mind can be found at: This page discusses
the work of Vasiliev, Estabrooks, Watson, Delgado, ELF, etc.

NEEDID DID Support Network, a survivor support Network to Explore and Express DID and
other trauma related dissociative disorders, is run by and for individuals living with and healing from trauma related dissociative disorders, and their supportive others, in the Springfield/Northampton area of Western Massachusetts. Peer-run support groups for individuals with dissociative disorders and a peerrun support group for concerned,
supportive others are available. For further information, call (413) 5938845 or Email:,

NEEDID VOICES is a bimonthly newsletter written by and for individuals with DID and other trauma related dissociative disorders, as well as their supportive others. Subscriptions are $36 a year (in US Funds Only). Write: NEEDID, P.O. Box 784, South Hadley, MA. 01075

Fourth International Conference on the Child, Children and Violence: Our Individual,
Family and Collective Responsibilities, The Organization for the Protection of Children’s
Rights of Canada (O.P.C.R.) will organize and host the Fourth International Conference on the Child in Laval, QuÈbec (Canada) on October 13 to October 15, 1999. The theme is Children and Violence: Our Individual, Family and Collective Responsibilities. For more information: Tel: (514) -593-4303 / Fax (514) 5934659 / Email:

Fourth Annual Conference on Ritual Abuse and Secret Societies, St. Louis, MO., August 27
and 28, 1999, Twin Rivers Worship Ctn. in the gym. For info.: Mary Jo Schneller, 636-305-0755 or David and Donna Carrico, 812-477-6338.

The 1999 Ministry to Masons Conference, July 15 18, Holiday Inn Select, North at the Pyramids, 3850 Depauw Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46268. The conferences are a cooperative effort of Ex-Masons for Jesus and other ministries. For info: Ephesians 5:11, Inc. P O Box 291, Fishers, IN 460380291, 3178424543, Email:,

The Second Annual Ritual Abuse, Secretive Organizations and Mind Control Conference

will be held August 14 15, 1999 at the DoubleTree at Bradley International Airport, 16 Ella Grasso Turnpike, Windsor Locks, CT.

Sponsored by: S.M.A.R.T.

Financial and Promotional Cosponsors:

P.A.R.C.V.R.A.M.C., S.E.L.F., N.H.H.I., A.C.H.E.S.-M.C.,

Internet conference information is at:

Please see visit our website for more information.

Current members of secret organizations, current perpetrators, and/or members of unsympathetic organizations are excluded from the conference. This is for the protection and safety of those in attendance.

Many people have told us that last year’s conference was the safest conference they have ever been to. But, this conference may not necessarily be totally safe for all survivors. S.M.A.R.T. recommends always bringing a support person to all conferences. If you are a survivor of mind control and/or ritual abuse, S.M.A.R.T. recommends that you try to bring a support person that is familiar with mind control techniques.

Presentation of a picture ID will be required of all conference participants, unless prior
arrangements are made. This is for the protection of all participants. Some of the topics discussed may be very triggering. The conference is not intended as treatment or therapy.

Conference Registration

Please read entire brochure enclosed or home page before registering.

Registration is not guaranteed, please wait for approval before making travel arrangements.

Please mail registration form and checks (US Banks only, please), money orders (US) to

RA Conference
c/o S.M.A.R.T.
P O Box 1295
Easthampton, MA. 01027 USA

Name and Agency_______________________

(Please list additional names and addresses on attached sheet.)

Street: ____________________________

City: ___________________State:______



No. of people _____ One day $55_________ (Circle one Sat Sun )

No. of people____ Two days $110_________

Table rentals (must be approved in advance)

Half table $55, whole table $110


Donation to support the conference, thank you


Late registration fee (If registering after July 14, 1999, please add $20)


(Please note: Walk in (day of conference) registrations will be charged an extra $20, and may not receive free lunches.)

Total Amount Due ______________

Please make checks payable to S.M.A.R.T.

Refund Policy: Fees will not be refunded after July
14, 1999. Please send us written notice. Refund will be minus $30.00 deposit per registree.