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In Jewish Bookland,
now in its fourteenth year, under the
editorship of Dr. Solomon Grayzel, has been published regularly
as the literary supplement to
The JWB Circle.
The following also serve on the Editorial Board of
In Jewish
Bookland:
Philip Goodman, Associate Editor; Lionel Koppman,
Managing Editor; Dr. Mortimer J. Cohen, Consultant; Dr. Jacob
Kabakoff, Hebrew books; Dr. Sol Liptzin, Yiddish books; Charles
Angoff, Dr. Bernard J. Bamberger and Dr. Morris Epstein. In
addition to the above, approximately thirty authorities in various
fields regularly contribute book reviews.
Library Citations
A total of 92 libraries in Jewish Community Centers, Jewish
schools, Synagogues and other agencies have been awarded the
citations presented by the Council for meeting specified criteria.
The following libraries received citations in 1958: Ner Tam id
Congregation, Chicago, 111.; Jenny Gross Memorial Library,
Adath Jeshurun Congregation, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mandel
Library, Jewish Community Center, Englewood, N. J.; North
Suburban Synagogue Beth El Library, Highland Park, 111.; The
Cohen Library, Park Avenue Synagogue, New York, N. Y., and
Temple Ohabei Shalom Library, Brookline, Mass.
In Jewish Bookland
Pioneer Women’s Hay im Greenberg
Memorial Juvenile Award
The Pioneer Women's Hayim Greenberg Memorial Juvenile
Award, consisting of $250 and a citation, was granted to Naomi
Ben-Asher and Hayim Leaf for their
Junior Jewish Encyclopedia
(Shengold Publishers, New York). The judges were: Dr. Morris
Epstein, New York; Dr. Abraham P. Gannes, New York; Miss
Fanny Goldstein, Boston.
Harry and Ethel Daroff Memorial Fiction Award
The Harry and Ethel Daroff Memorial Fiction Award, also
consisting of $250 and a citation, was presented to Bernard
Malamud for his work
The Assistant
(Farrar, Straus and Cudahy,
New York). The judges were: Charles Angoff, New York; Dr.
Mortimer J. Cohen, Philadelphia; Leo W. Schwarz, New York.