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Warren Heaton dies
THOUSAND PALMS, Calif.--Warren J. Heaton Jr., 85, ordained a minister of the Worldwide Church of God in 1985, died Oct. 28 after a long battle with cancer. Mr. Heaton had been a Church of God member since 1952. His wife Arlene died in 1988. In 1989 he married Merry "Margie" Spurgeon in Pasadena, Calif.
Besides his wife, Margie, Mr. Heaton is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Warren III and Marti Heaton, and a daughter and son-in-law, Elaine and Kenneth Mattson. He is also survived by four grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Heaton receives mail at 33-460 Barcelona Dr., Thousand Palms, Calif. 92276, U.S.A.
BISMARCK, N.D.--Darwin and Laura Lee invite everyone to subscribe to their E-mail-based newsletter. Issue No. 18 includes articles by Sue Caughfield (beware of wireless phones), Alan Ruth (a calendar program), Bryan Huie (Pharisees and Sadducees) and June Narber ("Fruitcakes Anonymous"). To subscribe write.
SAN DIEGO, Calif.--For an article revealing the location of the marriage supper of Christ and the church, see an Internet-based newsletter published by the Church of the Eternal God. To subscribe write Wray Zehrung at .
Preaching and feeding
WIXOM, Mich.--Eric Snow announces his new Church of God Web site, www.lionofjudah1.org. Mr. Snow says the location features essays dealing with doctrine and "defending the truth of Christianity."
Mr. Snow notes that, although he is a member of the United Church of God, "nothing on [the site] should be seen as an official UCG doctrinal statement, for this is an independent production."
Write Mr. Snow at .
New Sabbath services
HALIFAX, N.S., Canada--Alex Nicholson reports that the Intercontinental Church of God began regular church services in Halifax the Sabbath of Nov. 22.
Specifically, services are at 1 p.m. each Saturday in the Crystal Room of the Bluenose Motel. For more information write Mr. Nicholson at .
Letters from old-timers appreciated
LOUISVILLE, Ohio--Susan Herrmann reports that her father, Kenneth Herrmann, had a heart attack a few weeks ago and is recuperating in a nursing home in the Dallas, Texas, area.
"He is asking for letters from old-timers," she said, "those who remember him from the early days of the college. He would appreciate cards from anyone, actually."
Mr. Herrmann's address: Kenneth Herrmann, 700 Custer Rd., No. 195, Richardson, Texas 75080, U.S.A.
See also a letter on page 4 of this issue of THE JOURNAL from Mr. Herrmann's daughter with a few more details about her father's situation.
New address for Patriots
BRAMPTON, Ont., Canada--Myron Martin and his Patriots of the Kingdom ministry have a new E-mail address.
"The old one advertised has become so corrupted with spam, often exceeding 100 messages per day, that it has become tedious to operate," Mr. Martin said. "I will never again make the mistake of ordering something over the Internet . . . Even antispam software has limited success in stopping the flood."
Mr. Martin's new address: .
Back to the history
GOODING, Idaho--Walter Baucum is distributing his new book, The History and Future of Israelite America.
"It is along the same lines as Yair Davidy's books and Steven Collins' The 'Lost' Ten Tribes of Israel . . . Found!" although "my conclusions might not be the same as theirs," he said.
The price is $15.50 plus $5 shipping. For a special bulk-purchase rate or for other information, contact Mr. Baucum at 1110 Washington St., Gooding, Idaho 83330, U.S.A.; (208) 934-5931; or.
Tapes of One God Seminars
AUBURN, Wash.--Kenneth Westby of the Association for Christian Development announces that audiotapes of his One God Seminars in Tyler, Texas, last July are available for $6 apiece or for $53 for the 12-tape set.
Seminar presenters argued for a "unitarian" or "unitary monotheistic" view of Jesus in three days of meetings last summer.
Presenters were Wayne Atcheson, Clyde Brown, Anthony Buzzard, Gary Fakhoury, Duane Giles, F. Paul Haney, Charles Hunting, Rick Richardson and Mr. Westby.
For details, visit the ACD at www.godward.org, or write the ACD at P.O. Box 4748, Federal Way, Wash. 98063, U.S.A. (See also Mr. Westby's announcement on page 15 of this issue of THE JOURNAL.)
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