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Thus each generation adds its part to the spiritual treasures
of our people.
Chronological List
January: 1, Arthur Ruppin; 9, Hayyim Shalom Ben-Avram; 11,
Zevi Hirsch Masliansky; 19, Bernhard Wachstein; 22, David
Cassel; 24, Isaac Meir Dick.
February: 1, Isaac Leeser; 28, Isaac Epstein.
March: 7, David Cassel; 10, Zebi Hirsch ben Simchah Katz«
enellenbogen; 14, Solomon Salkind; 29, Meyer Balaban.
April: 1, Abraham Epstein; 4, Hermann Cohen; 9, Irving Fine-
man; 16, Morris Lazaron; 18, Ittamar Ben-Avi; 23, Zevi
Zohar.
May: 2, Zebi Hirsch Ashkenazi; 6, Chaim Zhitlowsky; 17, Mor*
decai Avi-Shaul; 19, Ignaz Schipper; 21, Heinrich Brody;
27, Israel Michael Rabbinowicz; 28, Saul Lieberman.
June: 3, Jewish Publication Society of America; 6, Israel Michael
Rabbinowicz; 23, Morris Jacob Raphall; 28, Abraham Jehiel
Feldman.
July: 21, Sabbatai ben Joseph Bass.
August: 1, Ismar Elbogen; 5, Moritz Guedemann; 7, Leiser Rosen־
thal; 8, Samuel Joseph Agnon; 10, Napthali Zebi Judah
Berlin; 11, Menachem Zalman Wolfovsky; 16, Reuben Jo*
seph Wunderbar; 17, Abraham Samuel Herschberg; 21, Abra-
ham Hirsch Eisenstadt; 22, Samuel David Ottolengo.
September: 10, Elijah Meitus; 16, Haim Hazaz.
October: 14, Saul Tchernichovsky; 15, Samuel Joseph Fuenn; 17,
Uri Zvi Greenberg.
November: 11, Israel David Bet-Halevi; 14, Judah Wahrmann.
December: 9, William Rosenau; 13, Israel Taglicht; 17, Henry
Zirndorf; 20, Fritz (Yitzhak) Baer, Louis Israel Newman;
24, David Hartwig Baneth; 26, Theodor Zlocisti; 27, Lip-
mann Mose Bueschenthal; 28, Adolf Jellinek.
Alphabetical List
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80th birthday. Born in Buczacz, Poland,
August 8, 1888. The foremost Hebrew novelist, now living in
Israel, he has chosen the traditional life of the Jews in Eastern