The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 21, 1934 · Page 3
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The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin · Page 3

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Friday, September 21, 1934
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September 21, 1934 THE WISCONSIN . JEWISH CHRONICLE 3 GILEAD LODGE OF B'NAI B RITH BEGINS ACTIVITIES First meeting of the new season of Gilead Lodge B'nai B'rith was held at its new lodge rooms at the Jewish Center on Thursday, Sept. 13. Mr. Leo Reitman and Mr. Ben Z. Glass gave their reports on the con-.vention at Grand Rapids, and the A.Z.A. convention at Washington, D. C. To honor Alfred M. Cohen, the National President, who will be seventy-five years of age, B'nai B'rith throughout the country has resolved to increase its membership to 75,000. So that the city of Milwaukee may be acquainted with the purposes and functions of B'nai B'rith and as an aid to increase, its membership, members of Gilead Lodge spoke to members of the various congregations throughout Milwaukee. At the next regular meeting which will be held at the Jewish Center on Thursday, September 27, Mr. Alvin Zelonky, who has just returned from a six month trip to Europe and Palestine, will give a short talk on the conditions of the Jews in Europe as he observed them. FREE CONCERT BY O.K.U.V. Wednesday, September 26 at the 0. K.U.V. Temple, 1218 W. North avenue, well known artists will participate. Bessie Hoffman, radio singer will sing Jewish folk songs. Mr. Jos. Hoffman, violin teacher, will play the violin. Miss Rose Siegel in recitations. Mrs. Liza Gelman with her dancing class will dance classics. Miss Ruth Chudnow, piano teacher will play solos on the piano and Mr. 1. Hoffman in Jewish comic recitations and readings. YAVNEH SCHOOL The Jewish Center and West Allis Yavneh Schools will open Sunday morning, September 30 at 10 o'clock. The Center School under the supervision of Miss Harriet Grafman will meet at the Jewish Center. The West Allis Yavneh School will meet at the Wisconsin College of Music, 7245 W. Greenfield avenue. Both of these schools are maintained by their respective Mothers' Clubs and are open to all Jewish children not affiliated with a synagogue maintaining a religious school. Jewish history, culture, and ethics are taught. Information may be had by calling Mrs. Herman Levitz, Edgewood 1279. CONGREGATIONAL Temple Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun 2419 E. Kenwood Boulevard - Rabbi Samuel mrohberg Rabbi Joaeph I Baron Huge C. J. W. Merchandise Mart and Carnival at the Eagles Club Wed. and Thurs. to be Gala Event Sukkoth Services in the Temple Auditorium Sunday evening, September 23, at 8 o'clock. Sermon, "The Joy Note in Religion," by Rabbi Samuel Hirsh berg. Monday morning, September 24, at 10:30 o'clock. Sermon, "In Tents Shall Ye Dwell", by Rabbi Joseph L. Baron. Sh'mini Atzereth Sunday evening, September 30, at 8 o clock. Sermon, "Is Land the Solu tion of the Jewish Problem?" by Rab bi Joseph L. Baron. Monday morning, October 1, at 10:30 o'clock. Sermon, "Two Voices", by Rabbi Samuel Hirshberg. Junior Congregation The Junior Congregation will open this year with its usual tea on Sun day, September 30, from 3 to 5 p. m. A very interesting program has been planned. The organization will be divided into three groups: the seniors will be instructed by Rabbi Baron; the ju niors by Mr. Max Kaplan and the sophomores by Mrs. Schoenbaum. Especially interesting courses are being offered, with a varied program each Sunday. y. p. z. a: On Saturday at 7:30 p. m. the Y.P.Z.A., Dr. Arlosoroff Buds will hold a memorial meeting in honor of Dr. N. Syrkin at the Jewish Folk Institute, 1804 N. Eleventh street. Chaver M. Melrood will speak on the lite and activities of Dr. Syrkin. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED. ON ALL MAKES OF TYPEWRITERS which have been traded In on NEW WOODSTOCKS , STUDENTS AND PARENTS Examine these hih grade rebuilt machines of all makes, priced to move quickly Cash or time. Cheaper than renting'. Woodstock Typewriter Co. 809 N. Second St. MArqnette 7730 Will 9 REXALL IS DRUG STOKES 3700 NORTH MURRAY AVENUE LAkeside 5330-5331-0533 1947 N. FARWELL AVENUE LAkeside 4830-4831-4832 We Deliver 3 VI Arquette 0920 Res. Phone LAkeside 0138 D. L SCHRAM & CO. UNDERTAKERS LADY ASSISTANT 1139 N. Eleventh Street Private Chapel Universal Monument Works M. FELDMAN, Prop. Granite and Marble Monuments and Headstones Only Jewish Monument Maker In Wisconsin 1819 N. Twelfth St. Tel. LOcust 3520 Philip J. Weiss, Inc. FUNERAL SERVICE NORTH FARWELL AVENUE COR. EAST KANE PLACE LAkeside 2 112 Temple Beth El 9190 N. Forty-ninth Street Philip Klein man, Rabbi Services and Sermons Services Friday evening, September 21, will be held at 8. Rabbi Philip Kleinman and Cantor Benjamin Rice officiating. Services Saturday morning, September 22r at 9. Succoth Services Services for the first two days of Succoth will be held Sunday and Monday evening, September 23-24 at 8, and Monday and Tuesday morning, September 24-25, at 9, Cantor Rice chanting the services and Rabbi Kleinman delivering the sermons. At the conclusion of the services, the worshippers will adjourn to the Temple Succah where the Sisterhood will serve Kiddush and refreshments. The pupils of the Beth El School will be taken to the Succah Monday evening, September 24, at the conclusion of the services. Beth El Sunday School Sunday morning, September 16, marked the opening day of the School for the new year. Sessions will be held every Sunday morning from 10 to 12:30. Parents who have not yet registered their children will have an opportunity to do so Sunday morning, September 23. The following constitute the school "staff : "Ninthgrade and ' Confirmation; Rabbi Philip Kleinman and Mr. Norman Abrams (senior Law student at Marquette University); eighth grade, Miss Edith Nelson, B. A. Marquette; seventh grade, Miss Angeline Sachs, B. E. Milwaukee Teachers College; sixth grade, Miss Virginia Rothstein, B. A. Marquette; fifth grade, Miss Leah Brazy, B. A. University of Wisconsin; fourth grade, Miss Helen Pol-land, second year on the Beth El School staff; second grade, Miss Ida Mart, second year on the Beth El School staff; first grade and Kindergarten, Miss Cecele Mayer, registrar, Miss Beatrice Polland; recorder, Miss Lillian Ladin; Hebrew, Miss Alfrieda Fromstein; pianist, Miss Frieda Chernov; dramatics, Miss Sonia Melow-sky; arts and crafts, Mr. Peter Paris and Miss Anne Peters. Floral Decorations Floral decorations for the High Holidays have been contributed bv the Beth El Sisterhood. Sisterhood Meeting The next regular Beth El Sisterhood meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, September 27, at 2:30 o'clock in the Temple vestry. A very interesting program has been arranged. All members are urged to bring their friends. Major Undertaking of Year Will Attract Thousands to Interesting Exhibit and Entertainment Proceeds Will Go to Milwaukee Home for Aged Jews Entire Community to Participate. The merchandise mart and carnival, widely heralded in the community since it was publicly announced several weeks ago, will be held next Wednesday and Thursday, September 26-27, in the ballroom of the Eagles Club at 2401 W. Wisconsin avenue. It is a major philanthropic activity of the sponsors, the Senior Council of Jewish Women. Proceeds will go to the Milwaukee Home for Aged Jews, the Infirmary of which the Council has undertaken to support. The mart will be open both days from 1 p. m., to 1 a. m. With its variety of exhibits and events, it will interest all members of the family. Plans which are drawing to completion indicate that the mart will be jac W artrf ty J vjr'yj. to, , , POALI-ZION BUDS A regular meeting of the Dr. Kaufman Buds of Poali-Zion was held on Friday, September 14, at the Jewish Folk Institute, 1804 S. Eleventh St. At a previous meeting the follow ing officers were elected: Sarah Waxer, president; Edith Sosoff, vice- president; Gertrude Kastrul, secre tary; Beatrice Rabmowitz, treasurer; and Herman Weingrod, publicity secretary. Australia Plans Memorial to Sir John Monash Subscribe to The Chronicle $3.00 PER YEAR Melbourne. (WNS) The Austrian government has opened a contest for designs for a memorial statue to the late Sir John Monash, commander of the Australian forces in the World War. The contest is open to architects everywhere. I IBinnUAIRiY MILTON W. WETZLER Milton W. Wetzler, a former Mil-waukeean died suddenly on Thursday, September 20, in New Haven, Conn., where he had made his home for the past ten years. A heart attack was the cause of his death. He was 46 years of age. Mr. Wetzler was born in Milwaukee and was engaged for many years in the brokerage investment business here. He is survived by his wife, Alma Sidenberg Wetzler, a son Richard, and a brother S. Fred Wetzler, of New Haven. Mr. Wetzler was well known in Milwaukee and has a number of relatives here. Funeral services will be held in New Haven Sunday afternoon. MRS. MICHAEL LEVIN General Chairman a colorful and gay and even romantic affair. Certainly members of the Council have been unstinting in their efforts to make the mart a huge success. Side by side with booths of leading merchants of the city will be booths filled with home made delicacies particularly cakes and candies made by members of the Council in moments free from committee duties for the mart. Five hundred donations for the delicatessen and 200 for the cake booth have already been offered. Mrs. Louis Heilbronner, chairman and Mrs. Charles Wirth, vice-chairman are in charge of the cake baking committee, and Mrs. Leo Mann and Mrs. Harry Roth head the home-made candy committee. Everyone will be interested in the display-of handicraft of -residents of the old peoples home. Fashioned during leisure moments the exhibit will place on sale rugs, woven articles and knit and crocheted goods.. From the mezzanine where supper will be served both evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m., the diners will look down upon the festive scene while they enjoy the delectable home cooked meals. One of the two suppers served both evenines will be kosher. There will be dancing from 8 to 12 p. m. both evenings. For those young men who come alone, partners will be provided by the Junior Council whose members will serve as taxi- dancers. Since a carnival is hardly complete without a fortune telling booth, a group of attractive young girls and matrons will peer into the future for the curious. Mrs. Albert Oberndorfer, chairman of the old home exhibit, will be assisted by Mmes. Myron Docter, Ed. Ull-man, Mose Docter, Lee Greenebaum, Byron Heineman, Albert C. Newald, Benjamin Poss and Charles Friend. A membership booth will be in charge of Mrs. Alex Weil, chairman, and Mmes. Emil Hersh, Bert Broude, Her bert Heilbronner and Charles Reich- enbaum. Working with Mrs. Ralph Zimmer Reich Prisoner Slated to Get Nobel Peace Award Stockholm. (J.T.A.) The committee which will select the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize had under consideration the name of Carl von Os-sietzky, German pacifist and a political prisoner of the Hitler regime. Ossietzky's name was submitted by the League for the Rights of Man. Messages supporting the proposal that the prize be awarded to him have been received from Lion Feuchtwang-er, the German Jewish novelist now in exile, and other prominent individuals. Ossietzky was arrested the night of the Reichstag fire taken to a concentration camp, where beatings and severe drilling maneouvers are said to have undermined his health. He was editor-in-chief of Die Weltbuehne, a pacifist weekly, until the advent of the Nazis, who suppressed it. The suggestion has been voiced that if he receives the Nobel Prize, his release will follow. Six Jewish Women to Aid Mrs. Roosevelt in Human Relief Drive Hyde Park, N. Y. (WNS) Six Jewish women were named by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt among the committee of 59 who will be responsible for the direction of the National Women's Committee of the 1934 Mobilization for Human Needs of which she is chairman. Mrs. Marcus Sloss of California is one of the five vice-chairmen. Other Jewish women on the committee are Mrs. Sidney C. Borg, New York; Mrs. Lessing Ro-senwald, Philadelphia; Miss Lillian D. Wald, New York; Mrs. Arthur Brin, Minneapolis; and Miss Rose Schneiderman, New York. and Mrs. B. H. Bender, co-chairmen of the sandwich committee, are Mmes. A. D. Usow, Louis Meis'ter, Samuel Jacobson, Adolph Kann, Sam Benish, Adolph Moritz, Nathan Levi, Clarence Weiner, Ed. Snyder, L. H. Bassman, Sol Eisen, Charles Capper and William Stuart. The candy committee includes Mrs. Nate B. Goldstein and Mrs. Isadore Greenberg," chairmen. Miss Geraldne Montwid heads the committee of Junior Council members in charge of dancing. Others on the committee are Misses Dorothy Baum, Edith Bensman, Marguerite Brenner, Mildred Fine, Rose . Glinberg, Anita Huber, Sylvia Goldberg, Rita Kann, Rosalie Kreielsheimer, Dorothy Mi-nash, Gertrude Mosher, Annette Ru-benstein, Myrtle Rubenstein, Martha Picker, Dorothy Saltzstein, Mildred Schefrin, Esther Sherman, Rhea Schuster, Blanche Schnoll, Marian Weigler, Florence Weintrob, Helen Weyenberg, Irene Broude, Adele Mazur, Ann Peters, Dorothy Zem-brosky and Sylva Stein. Mrs. Bert Broude is chairman of the fortune telling booth. The "seers" will be Mmes. Arthur Cohen, Robert Hess, Morris Zolin, Sol Zien, Louis Cohen, Philip Miller, Blanche Fischel; Misses Isabel Ritz and Irene Broude. AS CtMral lUyriMtifo ILSJL at ijfcIBMn;. . i i jurroRG. m m Aw, k. t. rui LrU n The First Essential to HAPPINESS and SUCCESS o o Regain and Maintain Your Health and Beauty With the Attuned Colors of mm IN YOUR OWN HOME LIGHT is the vital principle of all life. Make use of it to overcome human ills. 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