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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
F
e in s ilv er
, A
l e x a n d e r
.
In search of religious maturity. Yellow Springs,
Ohio, Antioch, 1960. 124 p.
The rabbi of Temple of the Covenant in Easton, Pa., interprets the
need for religious and personal maturity out of his experience as a
counsellor.
F
in k e l s t e in
, L
ou is
,
ed. The Jews: their history, culture, and religion. New
York, Harper, 1949-1960. 2 volumes. 1859 p.
Considerably revised, and brought up to date, with new material on
the Near East and the State of Israel and new chapters on demography.
F
l ie g e l
, H
ym an
J . The life and times of Max Pine. New York, 1960. 162 p.
A history of the Jewish labor movement in America during the first
half of this century and the part played by the “Gewerkshaften” in
unifying Jewish trade unions.
F
o l t in
, L
ore
B
arbara
,
ed. Franz Werfel, 1890-1945. Pittsburgh, University
of Pittsburgh, 1961. 102 p.
Ten critical essays of American scholars on the German-Jewish
author’s contribution to European literature.
F
r e e h o f
, S
olomon
B. Reform responsa. Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College,
1960. 226 p.
Rabbinic views on many questions concerning Reform Jewish practices
and the ritual of the synagogue by the rabbi of Rodef Shalom Temple in
Pittsburgh, who is also the head of the World Union for Progressive
Judaism.
F
r e n k e l
, L
aw r en c e
,
ed. American synagogue directory, 5721. New York,
L .
Frenkel, 1960. 140 p.
A listing of synagogues and officers.
F
r iedm an
, T
uv ia
.
The hunter. New York, Doubleday, 1961. 286 p.
Autobiography of the Polish-born concentration camp survivor who
sought to track down Adolf Eichmann and engineer his return to
Israel for trial. His search took fifteen years. The author draws upon
material and documents not available from any other source.
G
a m z e y
, R
o ber t
.
Ingathering. Denver, Golden Bell, 1961. 265 p.
A reporter’s account of a recent trip to Israel.
G
lan z
, R
udo lf
.
The Jews of California from the discovery of gold until
1880. New York, 1960. 188 p.
G
l a t z er
, N
ahum
N . ,
ed. Jerusalem and Rome: the writings of Josephus.
New York, Meridian, i960. 320 p.
G
lu strom
, S
im o n
.
Living with your teenager: a guide for Jewish parents.
New York, Bloch, 1961. 196 p.
Deals with religious, ethical and social problems confronting Jewish
youth, by the rabbi of the Jewish Center of Fair Lawn, N. J.
G
o ld en
, H
a r r y
.
Enjoy, enjoy! New York, World, 1960. 316
p .
A third volume of anecdotes, folklore and a number of pieces based
on the author’s recent trip to Israel and Europe.
G
o ldman
, G
uido
G. Zionism under Soviet rule, 1917-1928. New York, Herzl
Press, 1960. 136 p.
G
oodman
, H
e n r y
.
The new country: stories from the Yiddish about life
in America. New York, Ykuf, 1961. 520 p.
G
ordis
, R
o ber t
.
A faith for moderns. New York, Bloch, 1960. 316 p.
An examination of the basic elements of the religious view of life
tenable for modern men and women, by the associate professor of Bible
at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.
G
o t t l ie b
, N
a than
.
A Jewish child is born: the history and ritual of
circumcision, redemption of firstborn son, adoption, conversion and
choosing and giving names. New York, Bloch, 1961. 159 p.
Intended for American parents, this book includes a brief history of
circumcision and describes the ceremony.