Volume 2, Issue 7, page 16

there had been a bunch of very unneat people around or had been trampled by a mass exodus.
"Undaunted I went around to 401-A
E. Roosevelt feeling that I'd be
able to say hello to my old pals.
But a big sign on the store front
window of 401-A E. Roosevelt proclaimedin red and yellcw 'FOR SALE'.
'.There was another white taped sign
on the door-pane here also. This one
gave a telephone number to call...
Cne try that I made was unanswered
as though even this were also a
"Phoenix is a beautiful town with
lots of nice people walking around.
But frcm my point f view (so far)
it isa truly desert(ed) to ." -- Jim
Welgos (in Phoenix, on tour.
_: l.
"September 22,Rae and Bill Perrier of Phoenix were hosts to a
Fathering of Dianeticists and Scieni olcgists to hear James Wedges of
Human ngineering, Inc., 'Taincc e,
Ala. LAnny will remember Jim for his
activities carly in Dihnetics at the
Elizabeth Foundation, and his organizaticn and operaticn of the Eidetic
Foundation in Fairhope thereafter.
His Phoenix visit was one of the
stops on an extensive lecture tour
which he expects will keep him 'in
the field' until about November 1st.
"His friendly manner of presentation and assurance made intent and
willing listeners of the most skeptical in the audience. In his discussion of 'Integration' Jim brought
home tc most that a most important
factor in individual progress was
the relationships one had with others sad with the society. He stressed the value of being acceptable and
appropriate in one's ccnduct, exem34fying this as he gave his talk.
hasis was ut upon the detrimental nature of-being at-odds-with and
in dis-agreement with the social order on a large or small scale, and
the benefits to be gained by acting
in one's relationships to further
agreement and thereby friendly relaticnships with others around you.
The group was very active in.diecussicn enlarging upon Jim's topics
and drawing upon his seemingly extensive store of data and careful
observation. He pointed cut religious and philosophical references
related to his observations and conclusicns drawing liberally frcm many
sources with ease. The tone of the
meeting was one of accord and agreement, following in lines of action
the pattern of the lecture presented.
"Jim went on to enlarge upon the
opening topics and cover other related matters which he reported have
led those he has worked with to a
state of heightened integration.
Amcng the points of interest brought
cut was the action of the society in
imposing limitations upon the creativity of the individuals within
that social order.
"The meeting concluded with a
question and answer period followed
by a demonstration ofa simple technique useful in gaining integration.
All found the meeting wortkwhile,
The ABERREE, November, 1955
even though some may have been in
disagreement with the ideas presented. -Jim Pinkham, Phoenix, Ariz.

"EVery issue of the AB. gets better. God knows how you pack so much
into 20 pages...
"One thing I'd like to see in The
Aberree is more information on latest techniques. There are those of
us who, like yourself, have been
'done' and can't afford to keep on
paying expensively for more information. After all, D. & S. were 'humbly tendered as a gift to man'. The
field relies on magazines like yours
and IERto keep them informed. Come
on, Alphia, more techniques, etc." --
Dennis pmith, Hanley Swan, England.

"You. dirty crook you. Imagine you
lying about all that income. I read
about yau in this here Dis-Ability.
Don't let them get away with it. And
Helen O'Brien & the $18,000. What
was shegoing to live on running the
Phila.olasses & what not?..But let's
hear her side of the story. Yours
"Latest Aberree a knockout. Is
that you riding the Cadillabroomstack?