NEW YORK (Sep. 27)
Edwin Wolf II, of Philadelphia, was chosen president of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture by the board of directors in the first election of permanent officers, it was announced here today. Mr. Wolf, a professional librarian and historian, is presicent of the Federation of Jewish Agencies of Greater Philadelphia and was formerly president of the Jewish Publication Society.
At the same time Herbert H. Lehman, former Governor and Senator of the State of New York, was named honorary president. Other officers elected were: Samuel Bronfman of Montreal, Julian Freeman of Indianapolis and Judge Simon Sobeloff of Baltimore, vice-presidents; Edwin Rosenberg of New York, treasurer; William Lee Frost of New York, assistant treasurer; and Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, also of New York, secretary.