American Jews, and perhaps especially those in professional Jewish life, have grown so used to the Jewish Daily, Bulletin, and have come to depend upon it so-much-for world-wide Jewish news, that sometimes fear we are too inclined to take it for granted and withhold from if that measure of praise and gratitude which if deserves. If therefore gives me unusual pleasure to greet The Bulletin on its tenth anniversary and to hail it as a valuable asset to Jewish life.
It is difficult to believe that ten years ago there was no Jewish Daily Bulletinâ€”that American Jewry actually was able to get along without it. Today if is indispensable, it has proved its worth. Long live The Bulletin !