The Southern Israelite
... A Progressive City...
If you heard of a prosperous city ol
40,000 homes composed of progressive,
youthful - minded people, wouldn t
you like to own a business there?
That is the size of the Georgian-
American city, a city within the city
of Atlanta. Atlanta itself with 72,000
homes is the largest city in Georgia-
the 40,000 homes reached by 1 he
Georgian every day were they set apart
would be the second largest city in
Nor would one find a more profitable city
in which to do business. Young people—peo
ple working on regular salaries—are always
money spenders. They like the luxuries of
life; rarely do they deprive themselves of any
of the things which they want. Older people
are more cautious in spending money; in a
word, they are close-fisted.
Close-fisted people do not make life happy
for the merchant. Conservative people are
close-fisted; progressive people know that if
they spend money to-day they will be able to
earn more tomorrow. They take the chance.
Because The Georgian-American is con
sciously edited to appeal to the progressive
mind, it has found itself at home in the homes
of the progressive people in Atlanta. The
Georgian-American is the only progressive
newspaper published in Atlanta. The other
two think they should always be conservative.
Perhaps they should. But there is room for a
progressive newspaper. The Georgian-Ameri
can proves that by reaching more than half
the homes in the city . . . Read it regularly . .
If you are a merchant, advertise your goods
in it regularly.
Society mill l , ersona| s
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Oberdorfer,
•Jr., have returned from New York.
Mr. Dave Falk of Tampa spent a
few days in the city recently.
Mrs. H. Binswanger announces the
marriage of her daughter, Gladys, to
Mr. Morris Westlowe, of Anniston,
Indiana. Miss Binswanger was for
merly a resident of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rosenfeld mo
tored to Jacksonville, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Regenstein are
The Opening Ball i
Club on October 23rd
at the Standard
was a brilliant
Mrs. Stephen Schiffer has recover*
from a tonsil operation.
Mrs. Alfred Myers gave an i n f or
mal reception in honor of Mrs. Friend
of New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Myer and daugh
ters, Jane and Gloria, left for Tampa
to spend the winter.
Mrs. Ferd Kaufman has returned
home after a very pleasant stay in
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hyman arei.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Selig
daughter, Miss Dorothy Selig
enjoying a stay in New York.
Mrs. Herman Kuhlman of Savannah,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. I). Greenfield.
Mrs. John Herzfeld has recovered
from an attack of influenza.
Mr. Louis Montag is in New V r
and Boston on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Montag a
in Hot Springs, Ark.
Mrs. Gabo Schoen is visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferst were in
New York for a few days.
Mr. Leon Frohsin returned f
New York recently.
Mrs. Werner Byck is ill at the Wes
ley Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Henry Hirsch and Miss Mar
garet Hirsch spent a few days in New
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Strasburgtr
of Columbus, motored up for the
Tech-Not re Dame game.
Mrs. Percy Myers of Savannah is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Morris Rich
at the Georgia Terrace.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ehrlich of . y a-
vannah, were recent visitors in th«
Mrs. Armand Wyle is back in the
city after spending a few days travel
ing in Florida on business.
Mr. Ferd Newberger of Savannar.
spent the week end in the city to at
tend the J. P. A. Meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Myers are en
joying a motor trip through Florida.
Mrs. Joseph Gershon is recovering
from a slight operation.
Mr. Alvin Ferst has recovered from
a tonsil operation.
Miss Rosa Strauss celebrated her
iHth birthday anniversary at a buffet
supper, assembling the members of
her immediate family.
Mr. and Mrs. Siegfried Guthman
announce the birth of a son, Siegfried,
Jr., November 16 at Wesley Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Franklin art
in New York as the guests of their so
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Mr. Dick Guthman and Mr. Jose]
Brown attended the Tech-Tub
game in New Orleans, La.
Mrs. Herbert Metzger and Mis?
line Freitag attended the Vanik:
Tech game in Nashville, lenn.
Mrs. Amelia Feibelman of M
gomery, Ala., is the guest of her - Vi
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. (Ian 1
V. Feibelman at their home on Dr
ISAAC WEINSTEIN, OF
ATLANTA, PASSES AWAY
Friends throughout the South
learned with deep regret of the death
of Mr. Isaac Weinstein at a private
sanitarium. By his superb skill as
a tailor he won a wide circle of
friends here. He is survived by his
wife, two daughters, Mrs. I. J. Fried-
land and Miss Esta Weinstein; six
sons, Sol Weinstein, of New’ York
City; Burnett Weinstein, of Los An
geles; Philip, Morris, Max and Israel
Weinstein, all of Atlanta; a sister
Mrs. Jake Kulich, of New York, and
a brother, Jacob Weinstein, of New
Vork. Rabbi Tobias Geffen officiated
at the burial.
Mrs. Ernest Morrison has retu
from a visit to Savannah.
Miss Belle Visanska is in
ton, S. C.
Dr. S. A. Visanska is spending - 1
few days in Abbyville, S. C.
Mr. Sam Moore with his wife, i
Charlotte on a business trip.
and Mrs. J. Weitzman f« r *g
Louis, Missouri, are no
Atlanta. Mr. Weitzman x**
e over the management ,