The station announcer made the statement: "It is Columbia's...

The station announcer made the statement: "It is Columbia's pleasure to present another program in its fourth successive year of the Church of the Air series devoted to nation-wide religious broadcasts representing four major faiths and ten denominations. The Christian Science program today is coming to you from Station CFRB, in Toronto, Canada, and is approved by The Christian Science Board of Directors of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. The broadcast is conducted by Gavin W. Allan, for many years a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship. The subject of Mr. Allan's address is 'The Unity of Men and Nations.' We now give the program into the hands of Mr. Allan."

Two hymns from the Christian Science Hymnal were sung by the soloist, the first being No. 163. Following this, Mr. Allan read an address substantially as follows:

There is a story which has been told about one of the great jurists of England: "As a member of a committee appointed to draw up resolutions of congratulation to the Queen, he discovered that his colleagues had begun a resolution with these words: Being conscious as we are of our own defects ... 'No, no,' said the judge, 'that will never do. We must not lie to Her Majesty. Change it to: Being conscious as we are of one another's defects.' "

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March 23, 1935

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