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Reaffirmation

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THE JEWISH NEWS REAFFIRMS he gave us the encouragement a strug- lin, Dr. A. M. Hershman, Dr. B. Bene- whose friendship will not be for-

dict Glazer, Clarence H. Enggass, gotten.
gling periodical needed to survive.
ITS CREDO OF 1942.
There were the late Samuel N. Hey- Sidney Allen, Issac Shetzer, Morris
We are grateful to those still in
On this joyous occasion, on the 25th man, Leon Kay, David Kabaker, Schaver, Abraham Cooper, Judge
anniversary of the founding of the Julian H. Krolik, William Hordes, Charles C. Simons, H. C. Broder, our midst who upheld our hands in a
Wilam Friedman, Dr. Leo M. Frank- Herman Radner, and many others,
time of uncertainty—Leonard N. Sim-
newspaper aimed at serving the best
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Theodore Levin, Lawrence Mi-
interests of our community, of Jewry
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and America, we present anew the
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platform which served as a basis for
James I. Ellmann, among them—they
our e,xistence and which was to be
From The Jewish News—Volume 1, No. 1—March 27, 1942
CI
were the men of vision who recog-
the guideline in a program of creating
The Jewish News makes its appearance with this issue as YOUR
nized that a community without a
an informed community.
o newspaper, as an organ for the moulding . of Jewish public opinion, as
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an instrument to strengthen the Jewish community, and for the advance- j good newspaper is like a community
We present this platform anew in
ment of the morale and courage of American Jews in this hour of crisis. El without a soul.
a spirit of re-dedication to the basic
This is our credo:
purpose of maintaining a vital organ 0
The result is a matter of record. A
A
newspaper's responsibilities are immense in time of peace; they a responsive Detroit Jewry has shared
for our people. We repeat it in a
I are far greater in time of war.
spirit of reaffirmation of the respon-
in the great task of assuring proper
We are conscious of these responsibilities as Americans.
sibilities that are ours and the ob-
communication aimed at creating a
ic r
We are conscious of these duties as Jews.
knowledgeable community. Nearby
jectives that need to be fulfilled in
The Jewish News believes in the American way of life and is here a communities—Windsor, Flint, Pontiac
behalf of a cooperative community.
il to contribute everything possible towards its survival.
—are sharing in this dedication to
3 - , The Jewish News believes in the sacred American ideal of Fair Play _ cause of service to Jewry. Advertisers
We reiterate what we offered 25
have learned that they benefit from
years ago with a sense of gratitude _ and dedicates itself towards the complete realization of this ideal.
The Jewish News is confident that Americans are prepared to fight o the vast coverage of The Jewish News,
for the encouragement that has been
for their rights and that they will refuse to peimit fear to dominate _ and their role is vital to our existence.
given us, with deep appreciation to
our land. We are here to help defeat the spirit of fear.
The 25 years—many of them difficult
Detroit Jewry for having recognized
The Jewish News believes in the Four Freedoms enunciated by Presi-
ones:
the years of tensions in Jewish
a
dedicated
objective
of
the merits
dent Roosevelt and will fight for these freedoms on every American front, 13 life, of challenges which demanded
and for having assisted in making
in the American
i way.
accuracy in news coverage, caution
possible the emergence of a news-
The Jewish News pledges itself to a program whose concern it be- 1
and realism in judging events—have,
paper for all the people, without bias,
comes to keep Jews and non-Jews fully informed on facts relating to a we hope and believe, not only justified
the Jewish position; whose chief interest it is to advance the morale of
our existence: they are a tribute to a
whose aim was and remains the eleva-
tion of the highest standards of 0 our people and to hold high the banner of democracy, religious free-
community that knows the merits of
dom and good will among all faiths• to fight against fraud, deceit' and
proper communication and will con-
journalism and of assuring for our
misrepresentation, and in that spirit to set a high example for ethical 0 tinue to give encouragement in the
readers the fullest coverage of global
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conduct in our community.
task of endlessly striving for the type
a
of newspaper a great community . de-
news.
We are motivated by the community responsibility_ of establishing
the most friendly inter-denominational relations, of advancing the Good
A review of the events that had
Neighbor policy between Jews and non-Jews, of establishing the type of vserves.
led to the formation of The Jewish
The fulfillment of our pledges, the
relations which serve to bUild a wholesome American life based on
realization of what could well have
News would be incomplete without 13 inter-faith - co-operation.
been interpreted in 1942 as a mere
recognizing the friendship of a group
The Jewish News pledges itself to serve as the organ for the good
of the Jewish communities of Detroit and Michigan, and for our sister ° dream, are to the credit also of scores
of men who gave the encouragement
of national leaders, of the news serv-
that was needed in introducing an a communities throughout the land.
ices which gave us their fullest co-
To that end The Jewish News subscribes to all the American Jew-.
operation, of the giants in American
enterprise in which only a handful had _
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ish news-gathering agencies and pldges
to give its readers the fairest El Jewry whose friendships we valued
a semblance of faith. Newspapers to-
collection of factual information regarding Jews everywhere — locally,
then, those who continue to labor with
day are falling by the wayside because
o throughout the state, nationally throughout the world.
us today, whose dedicated labo s as
of the prohibitive aspects of prOduc-
In order that
tht th .Jewish , communities may keep abreast with all
Jews and as Americans we admire ' and
tion and the expensive elements of
that is transpiring in Jewish life and with the various shades of opinion a respect, with whom we hope to con-
among us, we pledge ourselves to serve as a clearing house for these
tinue to share in uplifting our coun-
news gathering. Then, as now, very
try's high ideals in the years to come.
0 opinions, and to approach Jewish issues without partisan coloration. An
few believed that an idealistic effort
to give this community a newspaper I effective Jewish public opinion must be an informed Jewish public 0
In the course of the intervening
opinion, and our task is to achieve that end.
years it has been a genuine privilege
worthy of the high - ideals of our
The Jewish News dedicates itself to the cause of alleviating suffering.
w i sth
seolharighof goals jew
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people could possibly succeed. There I3
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ede Jewish mouars s e lsveisn tloanddso oef vesrlayvthi
[ among the
ththeatopepurdessw
and
was the handful that showed con-
enlighten our people on the various. needs making claims upon us be they
and their pioneering efforts
of the Seven
Arts and
Feature
Syndicate;
Agency
Nathan
ZiPrin
with heads
of national
movements;
0 in the fields of relief, of Palestine's reconstruction, or the defense of (3 Telegraphic
have borne fruit, serving as an inspira-
I our rights everywhere.
with Israeli leaders who share the
tion to the larger community.
The Jewish News pledges itself to place service to the community 13 recognition of the vitality of informa-
above the profit motive.
The late Fred M. Butzel saw the
_ tive publications; with men in our
In this spirit The Jewish News makes its formal appearance as
p rofessional field in Jewish commu-
need and recognized the sincerity of s .
YOUR newspaper, as the organ dedicated to the service of the most a nities throughout the world.
those who took an interest in filling
sacred causes having your interest and concern.
that need. He gave the first boost _
The Editor's Wife and his children
We are here to serve and to befriend you. Acting together, we are
retain vital roles in this venture, and
that was so vital in the task of El in a position to bring the most good to America, to the ideals for which.
a loyal staff is a contributing factor
creating a news or gan of justified
America stands, and to the Jewish communities which form an important Etowards
the maintenance of - an im-
m e r i t. Henry Wineman, Judge
element in the American commonwealth.
III portant' organ for Jewry and for
Theodore Levin, Maurice Schwartz,
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Maurice Aronsson and Abraham Srere o--=-- CI
joined him in showing us the con-
Thus , what we have achieved is not
THE JEWISH NEWS
fidence we needed so urgently in an
limited to Detroit. We aimed at creat-
Jewish
Chronicle
commencing
with
issue
of
July
20,
1951
Incorporating
The
Detroit
hour of crisis for Jewish journalism
ing a newspaper with total coverage
Member American Association of English—Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press
in Michigan. Isidore Sobeloff could Association,
of all vital Jewish news, and we hope
National Editorial Association.
not have been more helpful. He su-
we have succeeded in setting standards
he Jewish News Publishing Co., 17100 West Seven Mile
Published every Friday by The
pervised a temporary cooperative cir- Road, Detroit, Mich. 4825. VE 8-9364. Subscription $6 a year. Foreign $7.
for vital creativity in. journalism.
Second Class Postage Paid at Detroit, Michigan

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The Jewish News enters upon the
PHILIP SLOMOVITZ CARMI Ni. SLOMOVITZ SIDNEY SHMARAK CHARLOTTE HYAMS •
-ish Welfare Federation and The
City Editor
Advertising Manager
Business Manager
Editor and- Publisher
26th year of its existence in a spirit
Jewish News and in that way many

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of complete adherence to the prin-
who might otherwise never have rec-
Sabbath Scriptural Selections
ciples we first enunciated.We •• are
ognized the need for a vital Jewish
This Sabbath; the sixth day of Adar II, 5727, the following Scriptural here to serve our community. We are
newspaper acquired a share in a great selections will be read in our synagogues:
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obligated to provide the completest
cultural undertaking. Mr. Sobeloff
Pentateuchal portion, Lev. 1:1-5:26. Prophetical . portion, Is. 43:21-44:23. news, to• gather the best interpretive
shared with us the abuse that was
Fast of Esther Tora readings: Thursday: Pentateuchal portion, Ex. 32:11-14, _material, to be fair in judging the
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hetical portion,
porti
Is. 55:6-56:8.'
34:1-10. Prophetical
events that transpire. We pledge anew
"subsidies" — accusations that were
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paperman he recognized the merits of VOL. L, No. 30"
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