By Lt. Colonel Raymond Peacock - Growing up in the '50s, I was always fascinated by the sci fi stories of that era. Invading aliens invariably would exclaim, "Take me to your leader!" The extraterrestrials were interested in communicating
By Bob Bearchell - Recently, in Marysville, more than $70,000 was raised at the Americans Helping Americans Flood Victims Fund Raiser, with 100 per cent going to The Salvation Army to assist victims rebuild their homes. Chico Advisory Board
'Soldier of Christ - Well Done!' PROMOTED TO GLORY Brigadier John C. Beringer (R) was promoted to Glory from the Baywood Care Center in Pleasant Hills, Calif. Born on a farm in Blabon, North Dak., in 1905, he left home as a teenager
By Kevin White - The Territorial Youth and Candidates' Department has announced the 1997 Summer Service Corps Teams. Thirty six young adults ranging in age from 17 to 27, divided into six teams, will be representing the Western Territory
Twenty-three new soldiers have been added to the rolls of the Hayward, Calif., corps, concluding months of preparation. Del Oro Divisional Commander Major Charles Strickland enrolled 17 Junior soldiers, followed by six Senior soldiers, as the newest additions to the Salvation
by Mark A. Kellner - Forty-eight hours after an impressive, 2-to-1 re-election victory, Los Angeles Mayor Richard J. Riordan was among the honorees of The Salvation Army's Southern California Division, during the annual "Sally Awards" dinner held at the Universal
"Spiritual to the Bone" by Warren C. Johnson - The music of "Spiritual to the Bone" from the popular recording series will be featured at the Tustin Ranch Corps May 3-4, 1997. This unique group of trombone virtuosos will be featured
The Territorial Youth Department is pleased to announce 38 corps received Junior Soldier Standard of Achievement awards for 1996. The Junior Soldier Standard of Achievement is a recognition program designed to acknowledge Junior Soldier Brigades that are active and goal oriented.