USBN #262 December 1952 p7
" the success of the teaching efforts (in Uganda) are astonishing. The Guardian feels it may even be a replica of the wonderful success of the time of the DawnBreakers. . . . .
(Letters about the African teaching effort are to be shared) " as a stimulus to the friends, particularly the friends in the South, and especially the Negro Baha'is. He likewise feels it should be a means of stimulating the sending of pioneers from America to the most import ant area of our pioneering effort."
November 2, 1952