FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION

Making Christian Science Better Known

Lecture advertising in newspapers has always been an important feature of our lecture publicity. The booklet, "Recommendations for Lecture Arrangements," includes a statement indicating that the usual practice is for branch churches to invite the Assistant Committee on Publication, who maintains working relationships with editors and radio station managers, to assist the lecture committee in arranging news and radio coverage for lectures.

It is, of course, entirely within the province of any church to handle its own advertising and to place it wherever it chooses. Nevertheless the fact remains that Committees on Publication throughout the world not only hold themselves in readiness to take over the placing of this advertising efficiently, but also request the privilege of seeing that it conforms to the desires of each church individually, whether the churches combine in their advertising plan or prefer to advertise independently.

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