To the Editor, Jewish Daily Bulletin:
You are rendering an incalculable service to the Jews of America through the columns of your paper, especially that type of Jew who wishes to be reliably and fully informed on international subjects of Jewish significance.
It would be splendid if every Jew, who can afford to do so, would subscribe to your fine paper. Some plan should be undertaken that would accomplish this desirable end. Perhaps a campaign directed to all members of Temple Brotherhoods and Congregations would be a worthwhile beginning. If such an effort resulted in bringing your paper into many more thousands of important homes, the benefits to Jewry would manifest themselves in many ways. If I can be of any service to you in this direction. I know that you will not hesitate to call upon me.
About two years ago, I had the good fortune to have a friend of mine recommend to me the benefits of reading the Jewish Daily Bulletin regularly. Just how I managed previously to get along without the valuable information one secures in your paper, I cannot fathom. The fact of the matter is that I simply was not adequately informed on Jewish questions I only imagined I was.
Joseph M. Kraus
Mr. Kraus is president of Men’s Center of Sinai, Chicago; vice-chairman, Chicago Committee for Defense of Human Rights Against Nazism; a director of Jewish People’s Institute, as well as several other communal, civic and business organizations.
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