The Southern California Division recently dedicated its new 75-unit Glendale Silvercrest residence. Majors Floyd and Lola Bacon, Glendale corps officers, hosted Territorial Leaders Commissioners David and Doreen Edwards and Divisional Leaders Lt. Colonels Alfred and Sherryl Van Cleef
BY CAPTAIN DIANNE DOOM - While many people were on ski trips, cleaning out the garage or otherwise occupied, 128 Salvationists from around the territory came to the Crestmont campus in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., to explore God's
Salvation Army relief workers are struggling to ferry food and water to thousands made homeless by rapidly rising flood waters in central and southern Mozambique. Vast areas of the country are submerged, with just the tips of trees
"UNCLE MATTIE" Matthew Margolis teaches dog training. Imagine a homeless woman progressing from the street to rewarding self-employment in a matter of weeks. A man who's been out of a job for six months finding himself working as a successful entrepreneur.
TIME MAGAZINE STAFFERS serve a meal in Lahaina as Envoy Richard Heib looks on. BY DANIEL DE CASTRO - Volunteers from Time magazine pitched in at The Salvation Army's homeless shelter in Lahaina, Maui, recently, where they helped feed more than 60
General Paul A. Rader (R) and Commissioner Kay F. Rader (R) Western officers, soldiers, and friends look forward to the return of former Western Territory leaders General Paul A. Rader (R) and Commissioner Kay F. Rader (R), who will be present
Clockwise from left: Commissioner David Edwards welcomes Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan and Judge Harry Pregerson. BY KATHY LOVIN - The Southern California Division recently celebrated the long-awaited opening of its 40-unit Westwood Transitional Village at a dedication ceremony filled with