New Seventy investigated Church after seeing LDS film

In 1970 Kazuhiko Yamashita visited the Church's pavilion at the World's Fair in Osaka, Japan. Impressed with the missionaries' attitudes and the Latter-day Saint film, "Man's Search for Happiness," he wrote down his name and number and turned in a self-referral. Six months later, the missionaries called on him.

"Those missionaries were great," he said. "They were a good example to me. I was interested in their life and service. They were young and polite and I wanted to hear their message."

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