With the approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors the two Benevolent Association sanatoriums are to have a new form of publicity as follows:

An address has been prepared in printed form, which churches in the Field may obtain by writing to The Christian Science Board of Directors, and which may be used by these churches at meetings of their members when the address can be read, thus giving those present information about the sanatoriums of a more intimate character than that in general circulation. The demand for such an address to be read to church members came about because of addresses given in person by the Executive Supervisor of the charitable institutions, and by the Manager of the sanatorium at Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. The requests for additional addresses by these busy officials of the sanatoriums reached such proportion that it became necessary for both to decline further invitations, owing to the lack of time at their disposal. The substance of what they would have said, however, is available in the printed address now offered to the branch churches and societies.

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Items of Interest
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September 3, 1932

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