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Betrothal Is Told
The Rapidly-Growing Atlanta Community
Those who him at a community banquet dur-
are intrigued by the rapid growth ing the convention sessions.
The liberal attitudes of the rab-
of California communities which
are attracting many settlers from bis here have helped build up a
many other states would do well good climate for civil rights.
Jews are active in politics and
to come here and to study the
developing situations in this hub the role of Vice Mayor Sam Has-
sell is admirable.
of the South.
There is an admirable relation-
No one seems to know how
many Jews live here now. There ship between Atlantans and Jews
were 12,000 here in 1942. It is in other Georgia communities.
admitted that there are at least
16.000 now, but some believe
there may be 20,000.
MISS MARLENE NEUMAN
Whatever the numerical size of
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Neuman
the Jewish population here, it is
of Cheyenne Ave. announce the en-
a progressive community. The
gagement of their daughter Mar-
UJA can well point to Atlanta as
lene Eve to Robert Harry Budm_an,
the best Jewish community in the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Budman
This Week's Radio and
heart of the South.
of Alto Vista Ave., Southfield.
And the communal school sys-
The bride-elect attends Michigan
tem is growing. There is a day
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
State University, and her fiance
school that goes through the
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
attends Ferris State College. A
seventh grade and the Federation
March 20 wedding is planned.
has contributed towards the build-
Feature: "A Conversation- with
ing fund for the construction of
a $750,000 impressive building Alfred Kazin," the third in the
and allocates $10,000 a year to- series of talks with distinguished
wards the day school budget. This men of our time, will be presented.
is in itself a mark of progress. The essayist, lecturer, critic and
Cleveland alone is known to pro- author of "A Walker in the City"
vide full deficit coverage for its and "On Native Grounds" will be
day school program, and Philadel- interviewed by NBC News cor-
Four educators and specialists in
phia assists the day school. Judg- respondent Edwin Newman.
affairs will address more
• * *
ing by what is happening in At-
than 200 Labor Zionists leaders
lanta, oth-er communities are next.
who are expected to attend the
Atlanta was known 120 years
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Labor Zionist Midwest Seminar,
ago as Marthasville. Jews began
Station: Channel 2 and WJBK. Saturday to Monday, at the Whit-
Feature: "In Freedom's Cause," comb Hotel, St. Joseph, Mich.
to settle there in 1846. The com-
munity now has several impres- a Memorial Day tribute in honor
The speakers who will discuss
sive synagogues and there is a of the fallen in American wars, "Conflicts of Freedom and Equal-
well functioning Zionist move- will be presented by Dr. Richard ity" are Yaakov Morris, Israel con-
ment and a strong Hadassah C. Hertz, rabbi of Temple Beth El sul and special representative to
and former Department of Michi- the Jewish Agency; Dr. Ezra Spice-
Atlanta has a number of dis- gan chaplain of the Jewish War handler, professor of Hebrew liter
tinguished Jewish leader s. Ed Veterans and American Legion.
ature, Hebrew Union College, Cin-
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Kahan, the retired Federation di-
cinnati; Dr. Louis Guttman, pro-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
rector, continues to devote him-
fessor at the Hebrew University
self to Jewish causes. There are
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
and scientific director. Israel In-
distinguished women leaders and
stitute of Applied Social Research,
Atlantans have contributed to
Feature: "Selections from Ec-1 Jerusalem; and Dr. Allen Pollack,
clesiastes," the biblical book of instructor in history, University of
aphorisms and philosophy said to Pittsburgh.
A most re-
have been written by King Solo-1
mon, will be read in Hebrew and
tan is Samuel
in English by Abba Eban, former ,
Rothberg. He is
Israeli ambassador to the United
a realtor, but his
States and the United Nations.
entire life is de-
* * *
voted to Jewish
Closing exercises of the He-
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
causes. He is an
department of the Temple
ardent Zionist, a
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Israel Religious School will be
lover of Israel, -
has visited Is-
Feature: Dr. Abraham J. Feld- held Saturday at Sabbath services.
Participating in the service will
) rael several.
man of Cong. Beth Israel, Hart-
students Sheldon Borkin, Steve
times and plans
ford, Conn., will speak on "Where
There is No Vision" in the last of Golden, Douglas West, Frances
to join the UJA
Silberberg, Tony Shields, Michael
mission again in
his series of talks during May.
Syme, Janet Simons, Glen Saltz,
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October. U J A
David Hiller. Marjory Cohen and
counts him Rothberg
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among its most dedicated leaders
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Highlighting the ceremonies
and contributors. He is now think --
ing in "big terms" in support of
Feature: "Festival of Faith," a will be the presentation of the
the expanded UJA secondary edu- dramatic rendition of the meaning Maurice Edwin Barr Award to
•cation program and now, at 79, of Shavuot, featuring the voices of three 12-year-old students who
his prayer is that he may live to the confirmation class of Temple are completing their fourth
complete his tasks for the good Israel, will be presented by the year of Hebrew study and are
being recognized for outstand-
Jewish Community Council of Met-
of America and Israel.
Indeed, at 79 Sam Rothberg is ropolitan Detroit.
and participation. They are
as virile and as active as a young-
Joyce Handler, Janet Simons
':ter of 35. He meets all Jewish General TV in- Israel
and Walter Zeiger.
___,guests at the airport, entertains
, them and although he lives alone Favored by Eshkol
The award, a Bible, is a living
memorial to a former student of
-he is a widower—he is a charm-
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to The Jewish News)
the school whose achievements
Premier Levi were cut short just prior to his
Atlantans have taken a deep
interest in the literary works of Eshkol told the parliament Wed- Bar Mitzvah.
Other awards to be presented
Dr. Alfred A. Weinstein, whose nesday that he favored the intro-
novel "The Scalpel's Edge" and duction of general television in . include the Faculty Award. which
will be presented to David Hiller,
other works have sold extensive-
Reporting on the activities of and other citations.
ly enough to go into paperbacks.
Dr. Weinstein passed away a his office, the premier said that
year ago and his wife, who is an following receipt soon of an ex-
active leader in congregational pert's report on such television,
and women's affairs, continues
the matter would be brought be-
to handle the republishing of
fore the cabinet for approval. It
her husband's writings.
was estimated that it would take
Sol Dann, Detroit attorney who
Atlanta has one of the best two years from the date of the won national fame in a number of
weekly English-Jewish newspapers cabinet decision before such tele- , important legal matters, scored
—the Southern Israelite—and its casts would begin in Israel. The another triumph this week. He be-
editor publisher, Adolph Rosen- issue has been debated for several ' came one of the defense attorneys
berg, proved to be a good organ- years. for Jack Ruby, the Dallas court
having ousted the present lawyer
izer when he arranged with skill
MAURICE A. BETMAN, of who was acting against the wishes
the convention of the American
Jewish Press Association. He was Northwestern Mutual Life, led of the Ruby family.
not "a prophet without honor in all agents in Southeastern Mich-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
his own home town": more than igan for the month of April with
Friday, May 28, 1965-27
300 townspeople came to honor sales of $164,000 on 13 lives.
Oa die Air
Two eminent leaders of the Jew-
ish community — Dr. SOLOMON
ZELTLIN and Rabbi MORDECAI
KIRSHBLUM — will receive hon-
orary degrees at the 34th annual
commencement exercises of Yeshi-
va Unversity on June 15, it was
announced by Dr. Samuel Belkin,
Schools to Open
Starting in September, the
Southfield Branch of the United
Hebrew Schools will be meeting
at Leonhard School, in the heart
of the- rapidly growing Jewish
neighborhood and close to a re-
cently acquired site for a new
Hebrew school building.
All beginners living in South-
field will be enrolled in this
branch for the September term.
Parents planning to enroll their
children for the fall term are asked
to contact the main office, DI
1-3407, or the Oak Park Branch,
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