Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Nova Scotia.

Two Halifax daily newspapers, which have a very large circulation in Halifax and the province, have given generous space to the reporting of the weekly Lesson-Sermon excerpts. In addition to the regular advertisement, one of these newspapers prints a short notice of the Sunday services and Wednesday evening meetings on Saturday's "Church Page" every week. This paper also printed an account of the Annual Meeting of The Mother Church last June, and a religious article from The Christian Science Monitor published in the form of a "Sermonette," due credit being given to the Monitor. The Lesson-Sermon excerpts are prepared by the Committee.

Letters have been received from the editors expressing admiration for and appreciation of The Christian Science Monitor. To quote, one editor writes, "We find The Christian Science Monitor interesting and helpful, and no paper coming to our office has a saner or more constructive outlook on matters of general intelligence and interest." Another: "I wish to assure you that we have enjoyed The Christian Science Monitor very, very much. It is one of the finest dailies published." And another: "We shall be pleased to give advertising to the value of nine dollars for the privilege of receiving that great daily and poring over its most interesting pages. The editorial page alone, dealing as it does with world topics, is worth the subscription price."

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January 27, 1934

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