To the Editor, Jewish Daily Bulletin:
I am a member of the Menorah Society of the University of Pennsylvania. I have been reading your paper now for about six months. However, I found that only three of us in the Menorah Society received this publication.
Your new contest, which you are now sponsoring, the “Biggest Jewish News of the Week,” should go far in acquainting college men and women with the splendid journalistic efforts that you are making in behalf of the Jewish people.
I for one find this contest very interesting and informative. It keeps me on the alert each day to try to find what news may supersede the important news of yesterday. Discovering the “Biggest Jewish News of the Week” is highly informative. Yet the offer you hold out to college men and women for a chance of winning twenty-five dollars as a prize is excellent.
I feel that the Jewish Daily Bulletin will not only interest its present readers by this most educational competition but at the same time attract new readers and inform the world that you are the only publication of its kind.
November 13, 1934.