by Dr. James Read - Salvation Army Ethics Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba What in the world was going on in downtown Seattle at the beginning of December? Of all the explanations, one that sticks with me is a charge made against President Clinton.
by Captain Robert L. Rudd - Recently, beneficiaries, guests and volunteers gathered to join Colorado Springs ARC Envoys Alan and Tonya Carlson, administrator and dir-ector of special services, in recognizing and thanking 13 regular volunteers. These people perform a long
SOUTHWEST DIVISION--SILVERCREST RESIDENT MANAGERS: Must have experience in property maintenance; training and experience in HUD occupancy requirements (4350.3) and apartment management preferred. Will train in HUD occupancy requirements if necessary. Pay $28,000-$32,000 per couple (DOE) plus housing and telephone. Responsibilities:
COLONEL CATHERINE SAMMONS BEARCHELL, known affectionately by her friends as "Sammy," was recently promoted to Glory from Sacramento, Calif. She was five months short of her 99th birthday. Catherine Sammons was born to Salvation Army officers in St. Louis.
A/Captains Al and Roberta Solts recently entered retirement after 11 years of service with The Salvation Army. Al was born in Harrah, Okla., and Roberta in Muncie, Ind. Solts attended Northwest Nazarene University in Idaho. They began working
Reported by Carl Darby - Beginning with a stay at the famous Star Lake Camp, the Southern California Divisional Youth Band recently launch-ed a lively invasion of New York. The United Nations was the first stop for a band