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Decatur Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Decatur, Indiana Page 2 Decatur daily Democrat Decatur Indiana saturday. September 26, 1970 Decatur Nazarene compete for trip Shultz evangelist for new life crusade prices Good sunday monday and tuesday september 27, 28 amp 29 open 7 Days a week daily 9 . To 9 00 . Friday 9 00 . To 9 30 . I sunday \ 10 00 . To 6 00 . Decatur Plaza i september 27 at 9 30 a in. Begins project puerto Rico. Five pastors and five sunday school superintendents from the Northeast Indiana District Church of the Nazarene will receive a seven Day trip to the Beautiful Island of puerto Rico. The Date set will be late in january or february of 1971. The trip will be based on the sunday school having the largest increase in attendance Over last years average attendance. The contest will run from september 27 to november 29. The Decatur Church of the Nazarene will be competing with 25 other churches that averaged from to to 199 in average attendance last year. Or. Lloyd Hendren from it. Recovery Ohio will be Here sept. 27 to show slides of puerto Rico at 9 30 am. Other special Brush fires rage in California by Stewart Slavin los Angeles up two rampaging Brush fires whipped by Gale Force winds shot across thousands of acres of parched Southern California today turning scores of expensive Homes into piles of soldering rubble and forcing the evacuation of thousands of residents. At least too Homes in the $60,000 class were destroyed when giant flames from a 15.000-acre fire that started Friday afternoon ate their Way into the Porter ranch development in Chatsworth. In the coastal City of Malibu at least 45 Homes were burned to the ground As a ring of fire shot Down two canyons and sur romping Hills. Officials estimated that it covered 25,000 acres. At least 12 fire fighters were injured battling the Blaze. Four were hospitalized. More than 2,000 City county and state forestry firemen were fighting the fires. Third Blaze a third fire also in the Foothills area around metropolitan los Angeles raged Down Lopez Canyon destroying two Homes and Beverly damaging 12 Mobile Homes while charring 600 acres. Two evacuation centers were set up by the red Cross and sheriffs deputies estimated that at least 1,000 persons were housed in them for the night. Gov. Ronald Reagan declared los Angeles county a disaster area. He issued the proclamation from his ranch in the Malibu mountains which was threatened by flames. After the proclamation he stripped the ranch of its furnishings and left the area with hundreds of other residents. Temperatures in the 90s and dry Gusty winds called a Santa anal winds from the desert provide tinder Box conditions for a fire and hampered hard pressed firemen whose ranks were stretched thin by several other widely separated blazes. Sudden destruction Mark Jones a up reporter who surveyed the fires from a police helicopter described it As a a Couldron of a it looked like 10,000 campfires. Tile Hills were peppered with Small blazes and showers of Sparks would erupt As the wind shot he said. Tile Chatsworth Blaze which started 30 Miles Northwest of downtown los Angeles and the Malibu Blaze West of los Angeles linked together in several places. A county fire spokesman said in the Malibu Blaze had burned along the edges of an area called the a a Cony where Many entertainment celebrities live. He said at least two Homes valued at $125,000 had been destroyed and several others were damaged. Wide area Roy Klein who lives in a housing tract in Chatsworth said a i was gone 30 minutes to pick up my kids at school and when i returned my House was a condominium apartment House on a Bluff overlooking the Pacific was surrounded at one Point on three sides by the Malibu fire but was saved by water drops from one of the four helicopters employed by the fire department. However the powerful winds up to 80 Miles an hours hampered the use of helicopters. The Malibu Blaze also Des toyed the Catholic churches Sierra Retreat a monastery and Beverly damaged the Hughes aircraft co. Research facility. At Tecate near the Border 172 persons were evacuated from a health spa and an orphanage when a 2.000-acre fire licked near. The major Blaze at Chatsworth gutted the Spahn ranch Home of the followers of Charles Manson while he is on trial for the Sharon Tate killings. The latest fires were the worst in Southern California since the Gall of 1961 when a Blaze in the Bel air and Brentwood sections of los Angeles damaged or destroyed 496 Homes. Events planned for the sunday school opening will be oct. 4, a Silver Dollar will be Given to one person under 20 and one aver 20 who brings the most people that were not Here ther 27. Oct. La Hie evangel male Trio will sing. Oct. 18, this will be fill a Pew sunday. Each person up through the Junior class that brings nine people will be Given free Pony rides and a Weiner roast at Rodger Frey a farm. Oct. 25, the Cunningham a will have their gospel puppets Louie and Goldie. November i this will be Absentee sunday. Each Absentee will be sent a t to bring for total attendance. November 8, the Carl Braun in Star club Carl a. Braun 311 North fourth Street Decatur Indiana has qualified As a member of the 1970 Star club of new York life insurance company. The Star club is composed of new York life agents who achieved significant sales records in 1969-70, according to general manager Milt folds of the company a fort Wayne Gen. Eral office. As a member of the Star club Braun has been invited to attend an educational conference in Lake Ozark Arkansas. Three River Gem show oct. 8-11 the three Rivers Gem and Mineral society will hold their annual show and contest oct Ober 8, 9, to Lith 1970. The location will be the Glenbrook mall North of it. Wayne at the Junction of . 30 and . 27. Hours Are from 10 00 . Until 10 00 . Saturday and sunday the show will close at 6 00 . Many outstanding Gem and Mineral collections will be on display. Dealers from Many parts of this country will be at this show. Many thousands of dollars of gems and Semi precious Stone will be offered for Sale. Cities counties sharing Grants Indianapolis up the Indiana crime commission voted Friday to delay for a month a first time project for the state involving establishment of a residential treatment Center for juvenile offenders at Terre haute using crime prevention funds. The project would be sponsored by the Vigo county circuit court and involved a requested $346,265 Federal Grant. A spokesman for the Indiana criminal Justice planning Agency which handles the Federal anti crime funds said the commission wanted to allow time for a review first by the Indiana department of correction. The commission approved another Terre haute project however for $3,810 for the Terre haute police department to Send police officers to the . Army civil disorder course and Southern police Institute in a yearlong program to upgrade the entire department. Also approved was $310 for one Terre haute police officer to take a Community relations course at the University of Georgia. The commission approved 55 requests and denied five during a Daylong meeting Here. Grants totalling $41,499 were approved for the Indiana state police including $26,014 for riot control equipment for 173 officers and 14,700 for teletype equipment. Evansville Grants totalled $2,-768 including $955 to Purchase anti drug abuse posters and film for use in a Campaign among Young persons and other Grants for recruit training materials advanced training for a detective supervisor and for a Vanderburgh county Superior court probation officer. Muncie a request for $9,000 to update its records system including a computer was Cut to $6,750. Other requests approved included Indianapolis Marion county $25,370, $39,095 Michigan City $1,600 Allen county $780 Hartford City $800, $800 Richmond $841, $18,000 Muncie $508 Anderson $513 Alexandria $778 Plainfield $547 Terre haute $13,652, $3,540, $310 Evansville $526, $1,066. Bicknell $62, $65, $807, $1,059 Tell City $524 North Liberty $588, $735 South Bend $2,700 hitting ton $1,149, $1,950, $9,878 Princeton $338, $65 mount Vernon $65 Marion $2,416 Winona Lake $840 Pulaski county $2,400 St. John $1,200. Rushville $511 Atlanta $1,920 Perry county $215, $455 fort Wayne $4,934 $2,398, $184, $1,-705 Shelbyville $8,355 Monroe county $2,488, $8,861 Tippecanoe county $241 Clark county $220 Posey county $221 Laporte county $147 Randolph county $450 Gibson Pike Pusey and Warrick counties $13,000. Brave generation from Bellmont High school will sing. November 15, the teacher with the largest per cent of enrolment present will receive a Long play record. November 22, has been designated by sunday. Each person enrolled will receive something in the mall to help them be one in sunday school that sunday. November 29, the Habegger male Trio will sing. This will be record breaking sunday. We Are seeking to break All records this sunday. Three people who have brought the most new people during the ten weeks will receive gifts. If you do not attend a sunday school regularly join us each sunday at 9 30 . And help the pastor and superintendent reach a project puerto girl scouts Honor mrs. Christenson mrs. Ruth Christensen associated with Limber lost girl scout Council the past fourteen years will be honoured at an open House to be held at first Wayne United methodist Church 326 East Wayne Street Comer of Lafayette and East Wayne fort Wayne on sunday october 4, from 2 00 . To 5 00 . Mrs. Christensen has been Active in girl scouting in numerous capacities. She has served As site director at Camp Agnes m pm Ellen As Day Camp coordinator As senior scout advisor and As a Trainer. Because of her varied activities Many people girls and adults alike have come to know Here and will want to join her friends in honouring her service to girl scouts by attending the reception that has been planned for her. On october 15, mrs. Christensen will leave Limber lost Council to join her family in Maine and take up residence there. Eve Joe h. Shultz youth speaker Joe h. Shultz will be the evangelist for the a new life crusade starting wednesday september 30, at the Decatur missionary Church tenth and Dayton streets. The crusade will continue through october la with services each night except saturday at 7 30 . Or. Shultz is a former school teacher and elementary school principal. He is an ordained minister and evangelist and was business manager of a manufacturing firm for three years. Or. Shultz received training at Phillips University Manhattan Bible College Mcpherson College Kansas state teachers College and Wichita state University. He holds a n . Degree in education and psychology with graduate work in school administration. He is the father of six Chil Tryone who has known her through her girl scout activities or other Community service is cordially invited to attend the reception to wish her Well. Arrangements for the open House have been made by mrs. Allen c. Wilson assisted by mrs. Raymond Seaman and mrs. Harry Mcginnis. Dren and has been specializing in youth counselling speaking and administration of youth programs 1957. He is Well known As a speaker for p.t.a., assemblies youth groups service clubs and banquets. He has also recorded his Tenor solos on a recent album released by Angelus recordings has composed and published several songs and has authored two books. Or. Shultz has been widely used As an evangelist speaker vocal musician magician and ventriloquist at Camps youth rallies High school assemblies Church meetings and minister conferences throughout the Midwest and Eastern United states. His wide Range of talents keep him in demand presenting the gospel musically in magic ventriloquism and speech. The pastor of the local Church the Rev. Leroy e. Rusher states that a the a new life crusade will have Many features of interest to children youth and adults. The meeting is open to the Public and All Are cordially invited to attend. Society briefs the regular meeting of the women of the Moose was held thursday evening. A discussion of Money making projects was held. A Sunshine Box will be prepared for the next meeting. Members Are asked to please have gifts wrapped and turned in at the next meeting which will be held october 8 at 8 of clock. The Ever ready sunday school class of the first United methodist Church will meet with mrs. Paul Edwards thursday evening at 7 30. Assistant hostess is mrs. . Bixler. Mrs. Frank Crist will have charge of the devotions with the program led by mrs. Jesse Niblick. Open sundays. To $ p. Prices effective sunday monday tuesday school boy Jonathon Bunny Tut me in a Good Ond Frish bread s full i 1/4-lb. Loaves of pure Grade Quot a sealed or homogenized Jerk aug a pasteurized Hiu-79 Mol skim or 3% a c Home Dairy Thi 1$ whole milk not skim or 2% calorie mix or match apricots j or peaches to Frei Register every time you visit Hammond s free free general electric electric Skillet to be Given away 9 30 . Saturday oct. 3 nothing id buy. Need not be present. Hammond s Market Quantity. Rights reserved. Open 8 00 . To 9 30 . Daily 240 n. 13th is. 9 00 a 9 00 sundays phon9 724.3703

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