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Handbook, 1909
			

                    A. M. E. Church.                    11

pany. It is to be hoped that this will prove the means of
saving the institution.
                    A. M. E. Review.
  Professor H. T. Kealing, by permission of the Board of
Publication, has removed the office of the A. M. E. Review
from Philadelphia to the Sunday School Union Building,
North Public Square, Nashville, Tenn. The last four num-
bers of the Review have well sustained the character ac-
quired during the first quarter of a century of its life. Mr.
Kealing made the April number historic, and it is to be
trusted, a warrant for great increase of patronage. This
moving on the part of the Review, in a sense withdraws it
from the control of the Board of Publication. Will that
Board turn it over to the Board of Sunday School Union
for supervision, or leave it to itself?
           The Southern Christian Recorder.
  The courage, faithfulness and persistency of the Manag-
ing Editor of this paper are highly commendable. But in
the midst of an immense constituency of African Metho-
dists, with the salary of the Managing Editor guaranteed,
this paper should be worked so as to be absolutely self-sup-
porting.
            The Western Christian Recorder.
  This ambitious journal is very industrious and active in
extending its circulation and improving its character.
Though the youngest of our weekly journals, and seeing the
others receiving occasional extra patronage, it has put in
no appeal for special aid.   This is to the credit of the
managing editor.
               The Board of Publication.
  Will not the next General Conference place all the church
publications under the supervision of a single Board.
  This would not only be economy but afford a comprehen-
sive grasp of conditions, which might tend to a wiser man-
agement and possibly a contraction in the number of jour-
nals.




			
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Handbook, 1909


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