Tyrone Alliance April 29 1972
THE WATCHMEN QUARTET — Special music will be pro- vlded by this group at the Alliance Church during a weeklong New Life Crusade. New Life Crusade At Alliance Church The Rev. Bill Hazlett, Nanty Several special opportunities Glo, will be the speaker at a are planned. The meeting on Th- be- ursday night will emphasize "The Lord for the Body" and fellowship time weeklong New Life Crusade ginning thisSundayand continuing nightly through May 7at 7:30p.m. at the Tyrone Alliance Church, 2103 Adams ave. Hazlett is a graduate of Toccoa Falls Bible College andhas served several pastorates in Western Pennsylvania as well as in the South. He has been involved in the ministry of Campus Crusade and has also conducted several tours to the Holy Land. Special music on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings will be provided by the WatchmenQu- artet, gospel team from Clymer. The Watchmen have recorded a number of record albums including "An Evening Prayer," "Renaissance with Christ", "Soft and Easy." Local talent including Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Snyder, Miss T en 7iy Joan Parshall, and Elwood Car- j son will be providing special mu- , A hayride will be held for the young people on Friday following the service. On Saturday night, Hazlett will be showing his slides of the Holy Land. Ken Abraham of the Watchmen Quartet will be bringing the messages on the closing night of the meetings. Pastor Vernon Borchert and the congregation invite everyone in the community to attend. Washington re- re sic on the other nights of the Crusade. By DANIEL RAPOPORT a WASHINGTON (UPI) — Rep. —that he doesn't see himself or other loyal members of the House Armed Services Committee as "intellectual prostitutes" for the Pentagon.