Item of Interest

The erection of the sanatorium for the Christian Science Benevolent Association for the Pacific Coast is progressing satisfactorily. The walls are up to the roof line, and the roof is in process. It is expected that the plastering will begin in about two weeks. The Field will be interested to know that the work is being subjected to the most rigid inspection in order that the very highest character of construction for a building of this kind may be maintained.

After a recent inspection of the property, an insurance engineer stated that he considered the building by far the best of its class on the Pacific Coast. Because of its excellent design and construction, and the fact that solid rock underlies the foundations, one of the lowest rates of one type of insurance ever quoted on a building of this kind has been allowed on the sanatorium.

It is highly desirable that the construction and equipment of the building be continued to completion without interruption or delay, and this can be effected only by prompt contributions of a substantial nature.

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Among the Churches
September 28, 1929

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