by presenting facts objectively enable the public to substitute these facts for opinions and thus deal intelligently with our problems.
That you agree with this is proven not only by your record, but also by your having as your guest of honor on his fifteenth anniversary Professor Albert Einstein, one of the greatest, if not the greatest fact-finder, of the present #me.
Walter N. Rothschild, Brooklynâ€”I understand that the Jewish Telegraphic Agency will celebrate its Fifteenth Anniversary on March 15, 1933, and take this occasion to tell you that I believe this Agency has, and is performing a valuable service today in supplementing the news gathering services of the world with accurate information covering the activities of the Jewish People. May it have many more years of useful accomplishment.
James Davis, Chicagoâ€”It is but fitting that on this the Fifteenth Anniversary of the work of your organization, merited recognization and congratulations be expressed upon such fine and useful accomplishment. May I also express the hope and good wishes for the continued success and growth of your good work.
John Howland Lathrop, D.D., First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn, N. Y.â€”It is a privilege to be able to congratulate the Jewish Telegraphic Agency on its fifteenth anniversary.
Ever since my investigation of the minorities situation in Rumania, I have been keenly conscious of the terrific problem which anti-Jewish prejudice has created. In giving world-wide publicity to the oppression and persecution from which the Jewish race suffers, I believe that the greatest work for the destruction of prejudice is being done. The reports of the Agency which I have had through the Jewish Daily Bulletin have been of a remarkable quality, accurate, careful and in no way inflamed with passion. Some day the Christian world will realize that it owes the Agency a great debt for the enlightenment and understanding which it is producing.
Rabbi Barnet R. Brickner, Contributing Editor. “Jewish Review and Observer”, Clevelandâ€”The Jewish Telegraphic Agency ties scattered world Jewry into a unity. Its Jewish news service to the American press is an excellent means of presenting our case and our demands for justice to the world. I heartily congratulate Mr. Landau, with whom this service originated, on its fifteenth anniversary.
Henry Monsky, Omaha, Nebr.â€”My sincerest felicitations on the occasion of your fifteenth anniversary. Jewish leadership throughout the land have come to recognize what a potent force your Agency has become for the dissemina-