To the Editor, Jewish Daily Bulletin:
In your issue of September 28 you have an article on the attitude of Mr. William Randolph Hearst, by Mr. A. J. Berkowitz, which I think, does Mr. Hearst an injustice. In his Chicago paper, the Herald and Examiner, an interview with Mr. Hearst was published on September 27, which to most fair-minded readers, was a most satisfactory statement about his German experience and his attitude regarding the German situation.
I think it is a great mistake to create difficulties where they do not exist.
Edwin W. Eisendrath. 1127 West Division street, Chicago, Sept. 29.