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WIENER / JEWISH LITERARY ANNIVERSARIES
CHRONOLOGICAL LIST
Without exact date: Moses Kunitz.
January: 1, Ben-Zion Dinur; 3, Lewis Browne; 15, Kalman Schul-
man; 24, Wolf Jawitz.
February: 2, A. Alan Steinbach; 15, Abram Leon Sachar; 17, David
Samuel Loewinger; 24, Jesaias Press, Moshe Smilansky.
March: 2, Mordecai Zeeb Feierberg; 15, Ernst Simon; 17, Stephen
S. Wise; 30, Philip Birnbaum.
April: 12, Abraham Baer Gottlober; 15, Joseph Ur; 19, Stephen
S. Wise; 23, Benzion Hoffman; 27, Bernard Joseph.
May: 9, Jacob Bachrach, Israel Zmora; 16, Simon Bondi.
June: 7, Abraham Firkovitch; 15, David Knaani; 30, Israel Benzeev.
July: 6, David Kaufmann; 14, Isaac Bashevis Singer.
August: 9, Joseph Tunkel; 14, Joseph Klausner; 15, Raphael Mah-
ler; 17, Levin Kipnis; 30, Judah Bergmann.
September: 1, Ismar Elbogen; 6, Nachman Syrkin; 20, Mordecai
Zeeb Feierberg; 26, Michael Avi-Yonah, Isaac Loeb Baruch.
October: 10, David Cohen de Lara; 16, Zebi Hirsch Kalischer; 18,
Hayim Schirmann; 23, Abraham Geiger; 27, Abraham Broda.
November: 9, Israel Bak; 11, Solomon Ashkenazi; 15, Jacob Katz;
16, Alexander Guttmann; 20, Ari Ibn-Zahav; 28, Shlomo Grod-
zensky; 29, Isaac Berger-Barzilai.
December: 2, Moses Ehrenreich; 5, Samuel Atlas; 9, Chaim Weiz-
mann; 15, David Neumark; 19, Abraham Kahana, Shin Shalom.
ALPHABETICAL LIST
S o l o m o n A s h k e n a z i
70th birthday. Born near Warsaw, November 11,
1904. In Palestine since 1933, he has been head of the printing
press of the Hapoel Hamizrachi in Tel-Aviv. Most of his works
deal with the place of the woman in Judaism. He also has con-
tributed Hebrew poetry and articles on Jewish history to Hebrew
magazines.
S a m u e l A t l a s
75th birthday. Born in Lithuania, December 5, 1899.
After teaching at institutions of higher Jewish learning in Poland
and England, he became professor of philosophy and Talmud at
the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati and New York. In ad-
dition to editing medieval philosophic and rabbinic texts he wrote
From Critical to Speculative Idealism: the Philosophy of Solomon
Maimon.
M i c h a e l A v i -Y o n a h
70th birthday. Born in Lvov, Poland, Septem-
ber 26, 1904. He has been teaching archaeology at the Hebrew
University since 1947 and undertaken excavations in Palestine