The Fifteenth Anniversary of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency is an occasion for public recognition of its conspicuous service to Jewish interests. Its wide and effective dissemination of Jewish news and information has been an important factor in strengthening Jewish consciousness, in stimulating Jewish action, and in creating support for worthy Jewish causes.
I wish the Jewish Telegraphic Agency the fullest measure of success in the future.
JUDGE JOSEPH M. PROSKAUER, PRESIDENT, FEDERATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF JEWISH PHILANTHROPIC SOCIETIES OF NEW YORK CITY
This occasion is part of the glory of that tradition, distinguished and rendered unique by the presence and the voice of Albert Einstein. There could be no more fitting or inspiring tribute to the work of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and of the Hebrew University.
ALFRED M. COHEN, PRESIDENT, B’NAI B’RITH
I congratulate you most heartily upon the attainment of your fifteenth anniversary. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency is performing a very valuable service for world Jewry. It has been of great assistance to B’nai B’rith in its international work. Its correspondents are world-wide and frequently B’nai B’rith avails itself of their service to authenticate reports coming to it in relation to Jewish situations.
With best wishes for continued usefulness.
MRS. ARTHUR BRIN, PRESIDENT, NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
American Jewry is, I am sure, proud to commemorate the fifty-fourth birthday of Dr. Einstein, a great Jew, and a great world citizen.
It is at the same time a fine occasion to strengthen the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, which is proving so important to world Jewry, and to advance the work of the Hebrew University, destined, I believe, to become an outpost of educational progress.
May I congratulate you on this memorable occasion.