USBN #113 Jan 1938, p1
The Guardian feels most gratified over the splendid progress realized by the Temple Fund, though he still would urge your N. S. A. to impress upon the friends the paramount necessity of maintaining at any cost the steady flow of their offerings. This obviously calls for considerable sacrifice, but such a sacrifice is of the very essence of the Cause and is the only force than can enable it to carry out its ideals into the realm of constructive and living action.
-October 30, 1937.
(The Guardian's postscript to the above.)
I am delighted with the progress of the Plan and I pray that the contributions to the National Treasury may be such as to lend unprecedented impetus to its development.