Ten Candles on a Paper’s Cake
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Ten Candles on a Paper’s Cake

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which work upon the Jewish community. It will give wholehearted support to the promulgation of Jewish educational activities and to those movements which tend to intensify Jewish cohesion and solidarity, such as the efforts to bring relief to Jews in other countries suffering from political persecution or economic ills, as well as to the great task of creating a Jewish National Home in Palestine.


“While the Jewish Daily Bulletin will endeavor to give its support to every constructive endeavor on behalf of the Jewish people, it will avoid a narrow policy. The Jew who takes an interest in every humanitarian effort will be no less of interest to this paper than the Jew who confines his activities to purely communal efforts. It will raise its voice whenever Jews are wrongly made the target of attack, but at the same time it does not intend to speak in superlatives of all the Jew is doing and will not shrink from frank criticism whenever it will be justified.

“To promote a better understanding of Jewish problems, to instil a deeper consciousness, to arouse an interest in every worth-while Jewish undertaking, to be a weapon in the fight against anti-Semitism, to be constructive in all its policies, will be the earnest endeavor of this paper.”

These have been the policies of The Bulletin and are the policies to which The Bulletin will continue to be devoted as it enters into its second decade of service.

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