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Letter to Editor

January 1, 1933
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Editor, Jewish Daily Bulletin:

Since I have been receiving the Jewish Daily Bulletin, I have developed an interesting class activity in the religious school at Temple Israel, New York. After posting myself sufficiently upon the news items of the day, instead of discarding each issue, I save my copies until Sunday and then, as a grateful change from the ancient history of our people, I distribute my copies of the Jewish Daily Bulletin in the class room assigning three to four children to one paper.

They are then given five minutes for careful perusal to determine which is the most vital news of concern to us.

The child giving the most comprehensive report is rewarded with a copy of the Jewish Daily Bulletin and in that way the seven little papers I receive each week find seven new homes and thus become emissaries of enlightenment and Jewish intensification.

Edith Herst Jacobs, Member of Faculty of Temple Israel Religious School, New York.

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