What newspaper are your children reading? (Feb, 1935)

Just another example of the lame stream liberal media trying to indoctrinate kids, just like college.

What newspaper are your children reading?

• Does it do its best to present the whole truth?
• Does it give both sides of disputed questions?
• Does it have convictions—and is it fair to those who disagree?
• Does it show the world as it is, without distortion?
• Does it winnow out the chaff from the wheat in the day’s news?
• Is it exciting without being sensational?
• Is it written with genuine interest, so that it attracts the growing mind?
• Is it well written, so that reading it is a lesson in English expression?
• Is it legibly and cleanly printed, so that it is readable without eye-strain?
• Is it the kind of newspaper which wise school teachers recommend?

The daily paper that comes into your home is no casual visitor. Its influence on young minds is deep and permanent. That’s why it is so important to be sure of the paper that your children read.

Your newspaper is, or should be, made welcome as a well-informed and stimulating friend. Every day in more than 320,000 homes (and in 430,000 homes on Sundays) the New York Herald Tribune is thus welcomed. In the great majority of these homes there are children. Parents let them have the Herald Tribune freely because it brings all the news and the right kind of information and entertainment.

We believe you will feel the same way about the Herald Tribune when you get acquainted with it. Try it just for a week. Make any comparisons you wish. Go over it page by page with any other newspaper. Then choose your newspaper as you would choose a friend.

Your newsdealer can supply you if you live near New York; if not, send us this coupon and the Herald Tribune will be sent you by mail.
NEW YORK HERALD TRIBUNE CIRCULATION DEPT. 230 WEST 41st STREET, NEW YORK

7 comments
  1. Charlene says: April 12, 201210:05 am

    Wasn’t that the newspaper whose publisher got drunk and urinated into a fireplace at his fiancee’s father’s home – in front of the creme de la creme of Paris society?

  2. Toronto says: April 12, 201210:49 am

    Aren’t you confusing it with the Daily Herald Tribune?

  3. Charlene says: April 12, 201211:48 am

    I might be, there were enough similarly named newspapers in New York.

  4. Toronto says: April 12, 201212:13 pm

    Actually I was thinking of the DHT in Grand Prairie. (Which used to be a weekly despite the name.)

  5. Hirudinea says: April 12, 20122:21 pm

    “• Does it do its best to present the whole truth?
    • Does it give both sides of disputed questions?
    • Does it have convictions—and is it fair to those who disagree?
    • Does it show the world as it is, without distortion?
    • Does it winnow out the chaff from the wheat in the day’s news?
    • Is it exciting without being sensational?
    • Is it written with genuine interest, so that it attracts the growing mind?
    • Is it well written, so that reading it is a lesson in English expression?
    • Is it the kind of newspaper which wise school teachers recommend?”

    Did any paper do any of those things EVER!?

  6. mcubstead says: April 15, 20126:36 am

    I can’t beleive they even still exist…. I wonder if there are any kids out there that read a paper, magazine, or any thing thats not either I menu or on an LCD.

  7. Toronto says: April 15, 201210:31 am

    We’re lucky here, where we have 2.5 good newspapers out of 4 dailies. And then there’s the Sun – like Fox News in print.

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