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WIENER / JEWISH LITERARY ANNIVERSARIES
Isaak Heinemann, Jacob Lestschinsky, Hirsch Perez Chajes, and
Bernhard Friedberg.
In our own time we honor Benjamin Mazar, Jacob Rader
Marcus, Avraham Even-Shoshan, Jacob Tsur, and Rahel Yanait-
Ben Zvi. Each of these represents a different facet of our literary
heritage.
CH RONO LO G IC A L L IST
Without exact date:
Israelitisches W ochenb la tt fuer d ie Schweiz; Jue-
dische Rundschau;
Moses Studencki.
January: 7, Abraham Meir Habermann; 14, Isaac Lewin; 15, William
Chomsky; 16, Asher Zelig Lauterbach; 28, Kaufmann Kohler.
February: 1, Abraham E. Millgram; 2, Zerah Warhaftig; 21, Baruch
Yashar.
March: 1, Solomon Grayzel; 5, Jacob Rader Marcus; 26, Ludwig
Lewysohn.
April: 4, Hirsch David Nomberg; 27, Eleazar Fleckeles.
May: Rahel Yanait-Ben-Zvi; 3, Mordecai Halter; 30, Shoshannah
Halevy.
June: 5, Isaak Heinemann; 17,
Eretz Yisrael;
18, Israel Goldstein;
26, Judah Leib Nevakhovich; 28, Benjamin Mazar; 30, Abraham
Samuel Koidanover.
July: 2, Mordecai I. Soloff; Menahem Mendel Levin; 16, Gabriel
Joseph Talphir.
August: 1, Eric Werner, Israel Zangwill; 7, Joseph Steinhardt; 11,
Rebekah Kohut; 23, Eude Lolli; 26, Jacob Lestschinsky; 31, Abra­
ham Cahan, Benzion Eisenstadt.
September: 10, Shabbethai Zebi; 13, Dante Lattes; 17, Sheldon Haas
Blank; 23, Moses Hirsch Segal.
October:
Ha-Shiloah;
1, Mordecai Ezrahi; 13, Hirsch Perez Chajes;
18, Jacob Tsur; 19, Manuel Joel.
November: 5, Elie Halphon Halevy; 10, Jacob Hamburger; 23,
Moses M. Yoshor.
December: 10,
H e d ha-Hinukh;
15, Joseph Aricha; 19, Bernhard
Friedberg; 25, Avraham Even-Shoshan.
ALPHABET ICAL L IS T
J
o s e p h
A
r ic h a
70th birthday. Born in Olevsk, Russia, December 15,
1906. In Palestine since 1925, he eventually became head of the
publicity department of the Tel-Aviv municipality. He is the
author of Hebrew novels, short stories, and plays. His description
of the pogroms in the Ukraine after World War I and the daily