The Bulletin’s Biggest Jewish News of the Week Contest offers you a chance to go on a treasure hunt. If you have never tried your hand at this game, here is one that is informative, interesting and with the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the trail.
There is but one difference in this search for the news. There are no hidden clues. All the important news concerning Jews appears in the Bulletin. Decide what you think is the Biggest News, write a letter of not more than 250 words telling why and you are hot on the trail of the $100 in cash prizes. No conditions, no strings. It is a simple letter-writing competition.
SIXTH CONTEST ON!
It isn’t too late to start on the SIXTH News contest. Entry coupon number two appears today. Number one appeared yesterday. If you have missed the weekend edition, back copies can be secured at the offices of the Jewish Daily Bulletin at 221 Centre street, New York. The four remaining coupons of the six necessary to enter this current news competition will appear on successive days until Friday, December 21, when the news period for the sixth Biggest Jewish News of the Week Contest ends.
All letters on the fifth Biggest News Contest must be brought or mailed to the Bulletin before midnight tonight. The winners of this contest will be announced Friday. They will receive $100 in cash prizes.
PRINCIPALS SPEAK HIGHLY
All manuscripts must be accompanied by the six entry coupons which have appeared in the Bulletin from Sunday, December 9 to Friday, December 14.
High school students who enter this contest have a chance to win ten dollars and a gold medal for first prize.
Dr. Potter, principal of New Utrecht High, Dr. Lasher, principal of James Madison. Mr. Silverburg, in charge of James Monroe annex, are enthused over the medals. Each asserted that the medals are handsome symbols of this contest and an incentive to all high school students.
Five dollars and a silver medal go to the second prize winner in the high school division, while two dollars and a bronze medal is the reward of the third prize winner.
In addition, the student winners receive points for their schools in the Bulletin News Trophy race.
$25 FOR FIRST PLACE
College men and women receive twenty-five dollars for the best letter, ten dollars for the second best and five dollars for the third best.
General readers of the Bulletin also are eligible for twenty-five, ten, and five dollars for first, second, and third prizes, respectively.
Start this interesting contest today. It will prove a fascinating pastime, informative and educational. It offers you a slice of the $100 cake cut each week and distributed to those readers, college and high school students who enter this Biggest News Contest and whose letters are selected as the best by the judges.
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Jacob Abraham for nearly half a century worked in the royal mints of Stettin, Konigsberg and Berlin and cut the medals to commemorate Frederick the Great’s victories in the Seven Years’ War.