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WIENER / JEW ISH LITERARY ANNIVERSARIES
1 4 7
All these personalities in whatever field of literary endeavor
they were engaged deserve our gratitude for their achievement.
C H R O N O L O G I C A L L I S T
January: 7, Abraham Meir Habermann; 9, Albert Marx Frieden-
berg; 13, Samuel Freund; 14, Isaac Lewin.
February: 1, Abraham E. Millgram; 2, Zerah Warhaftig; 22, Mena-
hem Mendel Dolitzki.
March: 11, Adolf Neubauer; 16, Asher Gulak; 18, Julian Morgen-
stern; 28, David Gordon.
April: 8, Wolf Gold, Naphtali Gross; 16, Rahel Bluwstein; 21, Zev
Sharef.
May: 3, Mordecai Halter; 6, Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky;
17, Judah David Eisenstein; 21, Jacob Samuel Bick; 30, Sho-
shana Halevy.
June: 3, Bernhard Brilling; 11, Mordecai Menahem Kaplan; 12,
Getzel Kressel; 13, Jacob Shatzky; 15, Meir Friedmann; 21, Ber
Borochov; 28, Yaakov Cahan, Benjamin Mazar.
July: 2, Mordecai I. Soloff; 3, Kalman Marmor; 7, Charles Ber
Chavel; 11, Sir Leon Simon; 15, Max Raisin; 16, Gabriel Joseph
Talpir; 21, Jacob Saul Elyashar.
August: 1, Eric Werner; 15, Moses Muenz; 20, Simeon Singer; 21,
Gabriel Preil.
September: 11, Joseph Hayyim Brenner.
October: 18, Jacob Tsur; 21, Arthur Schnitzler; 22, Hirsch Sommer-
hausen.
November: 1, Leo Baeck; 3, Asher Zelig Lauterbach; 8, Jacob
B. Agus; 15, Leopold Jacob Greenberg; 21, Stefan Zweig; 25,
Jacob Fichman.
December: 25, Avraham Even-Shoshan; 28, Solomon Buber.
A L P H A B E T IC A L L I S T
J
a co b
B.
A
g u s
.
70th birthday. Born in Swislocz, Poland, November 8,
1911. A Conservative rabbi in Baltimore, who has been on the
faculty of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, he has written
books on modern Jewish thought, such as
M o d e rn P h ilo soph ie s of
Ju da ism
(1941), and
B an n e r o f Je ru sa lem
(1946), on Rabbi Abra­
ham Isaac Kook, the chief rabbi of Palestine (second edition
under title,
H ig h P r ie s t o f R e b i r th
(1972), and
G u id ep o s ts in
M o d e rn Ju da ism
(1954). He also has been active in scholarly in­
terfaith dialogues with Christian scholars, such as Jean Dani^lou
and Arnold Toynbee.