Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor Spiritual Comfort Thank you for the latest edition of New Frontier, which I have read with interest and will as usual pass on to other people interested in the news it conveys. In regard to the Littleton
I Can’t Hear You, Speak A Little Louder!
The Body Builder by Major Terry Camsey - If there is one thing I hate it's the gratuitous, unsolicited rubbish that arrives in my e-mail. I get offers relating to beautiful girls in Russia, people in Japan wanting to send me mailing
Focus – Fully Informed
by Dr. James Read - Director - Salvation Army Ethics Center "We're a married couple who have been trying unsuccessfully for about six years to have a baby. Friends have suggested that we inquire about IVF (in vitro fertilization), but before
On the Corner
by Robert Docter - I guess it was John Gowans' election by the High Council to be our Army's next General that forced my mind back to one of my great heroes--Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, elected by the 70 member College of
Anticipating Amazing Things!
by Colonel Bill D. Luttrell - "The Lord will do amazing things among you
Frontlines — News Briefs of the West
by Captain Robert L. Rudd - The Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center is a project being made possible in San Diego by a generous pledge from Joan Kroc for $80 million. Planning for the center has begun. Well over
ANAHEIM, CA--Chaplain/Corps Officer: Salvationist to serve as chaplain of 140-bed Adult Rehabilitation Center for men and also give oversight to the new recovery-centered Salvation Army outpost on site. Qualifications include some pastoral experience and a good knowledge of the substance
Musicians Retreat to Camp Homelani
by Catherine N. Hayes - The Cascade Divisional Brass, Timbrels and Vocal Ensemble were on hand as guests and workshop leaders for the Hawaiian & Pacific Islands divisional musicians' retreat, held recently at Camp Homelani. Led by Bandmaster Mark Hall,
San Diego Citadel Guards Are Tops
For the second straight year, the 13-member Girl Guard troop from the San Diego Citadel Corps, under the leadership of Corps Officers Captains William and Harryette Raihl, has ranked tops in the territory. Troop leader is Rosalie Doom, mother of
Territorial Commander’s Corps Cadet Awards Announced
The Territorial Youth Department has announced that 38 Corps Cadet brigades in the Western Territory reached Achievement for 1998. Achievement is reached by the brigade being involved in classes and completing lessons, participating in corps meetings, wearing uniform, participating in
Bosanko Announces Divisional Singing Winners
Territorial Music Director B/M Ivor Bosanko is pleased to announce the divisional winners of the 1999 Singing Company Competition. They are: Alaska--Anchorage Korean Corps: leader, Mr. Yong Lee. Cascade--Portland Tabernacle Corps: leader, Wayne Mason. Del Oro--Concord Corps: leader, Karen Prince.
An Army on the Move Again
On behalf of the Territorial Commander, the following appointments are announced effective June 30, 1999, unless otherwise indicated: ARC Command | CFOT | Alaska |Cascade |Del Oro |Golden State | Hawaiian and Pacific Islands|Intermountain|Northwest |Sierra Del Mar | Southern California | Southwest|THQ