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Society for the Advancement
of Judaism
New York, N. Y.
Rosenbloom Library
Hebrew Institute
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Temple Sinai
Roslyn Heights, N. Y.
Bnai Amoona
St. Louis, Mo.
Morris Rothenberg Memorial
Jewish Community Center
Santurce, Puerto Rico
Jewish Community Center
Sioux City, Iowa
Beth Tzedec Sisterhood Library
Beth Tzedec Synagogue
Toronto, Canada
Temple Shalom Free Lending
Temple Shalom of Newton
West Newton, Mass.
Max Cohen Memorial Library
Y.M.H.A. Community Centre
Winnipeg, Canada
Temple Beth-El
Fargo, N. D.
Temple Beth-El
Haverhill, Mass.
Rose R. Basloe Library
Temple Beth Joseph
Herkimer, N. Y.
Temple Emanuel Library
Temple Emanuel
Long Beach, N. Y.
Dr. Eugene B. Levine
Memorial Library
Temple Isaiah
Los Angeles, Calif.
Malcolm Eisman Memorial
Temple Emanu־El
Lynbrook, N. Y.
Temple Adath Israel
Merion, Pa.
Congregation B’nai Israel
Millburn, N. J.
Hadassah House Library
New York, N. Y.
Citation to Detroit Jewish Community Center
A special citation of merit was presented to the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Detroit, Michigan, “in recognition of its
conspicuous contribution to Jewish literature through the con-
duct of annual Jewish Book Fairs. These Fairs have served not
only to unite the entire Detroit Jewish community on behalf of
the Jewish book but have furnished an example that has been
emulated throughout the country.”
Samuel H. Rubiner, vice-president of the National Jewish
Welfare Board, made the presentation on behalf of the Council
at the opening of the 1959 Jewish Book Fair in Detroit. In
acknowledging the citation, Saul Frankel, president of the
Jewish Community Center, stated: “In behalf of the Jewish
Community Center of Detroit, I wish to acknowledge with
thanks the beautiful citation which we received from the Jewish
Book Council of America for our Annual Book Fair program.
We have been quite proud of our Fairs and the influence they