Universal Felicitations on J.t.a.’s Fifteenth Anniversary

apart from the distortion which ill-will, spawned of ignorance and fear, throws around them, the many barriers which have been raised during the centuries would be largely removed. Truth disseminated and forcefully recited can bring to us a fair measure of social justice. To this end the Jewish Telegraphic Agency is bending its efforts worthily.

Murray Seasongood, Cincinnati, O—Please to accept my hearty congratulations on the celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of the founding of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. May it continue for many years the splendid service it has been rendering.

Sol Kline, Prominent Communal Leader in Chicago—Recent events have again proven how correct the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has been in its analysis of conditions here and everywhere affecting the Jews of the world. Would that more Jews understood its aims and its work—if they did it would mean the eventual solution in whole or part of many of our serious problems.

Eugene Untermyer, New York—The tribute to Professor Einstein by the Hebrew University in cooperation with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency appeals to me as highly significant.

It is profoundly gratifying that one of the greatest scientific and intellectual minds recognized today is joining hands with the cultural center of Judaism as well as with your very effective organization.

Rabbi Samuel Schulman, Congregation Emanu-El, New York—Please accept my cordial congratulation upon the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. While I was opposed originally, for various reasons, to the Jewish Daily Bulletin, I have come to the conclusion that your Agency and the Daily Bulletin have rendered substantial and efficient service to the Jewish cause. The Agency puts us every morning in touch with important events in world Jewry, which it is necessary for leaders of public opinion and men holding positions of responsibility, to know as soon as possible.

Dr. B. Sachs, New York—Will you accept my best wishes on the occasion of the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Your work has been done conscientiously and I have no doubt will continue to be thoroughly helpful to the cause of the Jews the world over.

Edward A. Filene, Boston—My congratulations on your fifteenth anniversary. May I say also that it is essential in so rapidly and basically changing times as the present that the political and social action of the adult must be based on facts and therefore essential that he should be helped to know the facts in order to act on them. This education must come in the main through the newspapers and news agencies who

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