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Fifth News Contest On—enter Now for Share in $100 Prizes

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All letters on the fourth Biggest Jewish News of the Week Contest must be brought or mailed to the Jewish Daily Bulletin before twelve o’clock tonight. One hundred dollars in cash prizes await the writers of the best 250-word letters on the biggest Jewish news of the week.

Manuscripts must be accompanied by the set of six coupons which have appeared in the Bulletin from Sunday, December 2, to Friday, December 7.

Winners will be announced in the Friday, December 14 edition of the Bulletin.


The fifth contest began yesterday with the week-end edition. Today’s issue of the Bulletin contains coupon number two. A new coupon appears each day of the contest week. No letter will be considered unless it is accompanied by a full set of six of these entry blanks.

High school students can win ten dollars, a gold medal and 100 points for their schools by gaining first prize in this current Jewish news competition. Second prize in the scholastic division is five dollars, a silver medal and seventy points, while third prize is two dollars, a bronze medal and fifty points.


College men and women are eligible for a first prize of twenty-five dollars, while second and third prizes are ten dollars and five dollars, respectively.

Non-student readers of the Bulletin are eligible for three cash prizes. First is twenty-five dollars for the winning letter, second is ten dollars and third is five dollars.

Get into this contest today. Back numbers of any edition of the Bulletin may be secured at the offices, 221 Centre Street, New York City. Enter the biggest news of the week contest now and win a share in our $100 a week in cash prizes. All are eligible.

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