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That The Jewish Daily Bulletin is rapidly achieving a reputation as a vigorous, constructive force for good in the community is illustrated by the above letter from Commissioner Howe. For that letter, Commissioner, the Jewish Daily Bulletin thanks you. It’s great to be appreciated.

And we want the Commissioner and our rapidly growing list of readers both in New York and all over the United States to know that the Bulletin will continue to do everything in its power to render the public every type of service within its power.

Guggenheimer & Untermyer

30 Pine Street, New York

July 9, 1934.

Herman Bernstein, Esq.,

Jewish Daily Bulletin,

221 Centre St.,

New York, N. Y.

Dear Mr. Bernstein:

After reading the Jewish Daily Bulletin steadily for some time from a critical point of view, I have become more and more persuaded of its usefulness and that it ably fills a field of its own.

I want also to congratulate you upon the ability with which it is being edited, and the wealth of material it contains on a subject that is very close to me and that is nowhere else to be found.

With kind personal regards, believe me

Sincerely yours,

Samuel Untermyer.

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There, Mr. Advertiser, is the “proof of the pudding.”

The Jewish Daily Bulletin has excellent reason to believe that what it has been able to do for Bralans, it will be able to do for your business as well.

A quality circulation that no wise advertiser can afford to pass up—that’s what is giving the Jewish Daily Bulletin a steadily mounting prestige among buyers of white space.

The above letter from one of America’s most distinguished attorneys and public spirited citizens is a sample of the many letters received by the Jewish Daily Bulletin.

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