Religion: Rockefeller on Begging

In the sweet uses of Charity, few men are more versed than John D. Rockefeller Jr., good Baptist. None knows better than he that it is more blessed to give than to beg. Last week, having himself given $35,000 to a Jewish charities campaign in Manhattan and, with the Rockefeller Foundation, $1,050,000 to the Emergency Unemployment Relief Campaign, he delivered a little lecture on the begging phase of Charity to a luncheon for relief workers. Said he:

"It is not an easy thing to solicit funds. Perhaps I have done that sort of thing...

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