The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin on February 27, 1925 · Page 3
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The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin · Page 3

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Friday, February 27, 1925
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THE" WISCONSIN JEWISH -CHRONICLE 3 7 . 'Mi IS taken at Home, amongst" familiar surroundings.. No bother-no studio to uisrt". B.C. DEMIEN -specialist in Home Child Portarture...Hand colored prints, canuases. plaques, etc 1 JY CONGREGATIONAL Established 1880 Paine, Webber & Company Members NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE DETROIT STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE 94-100 MICHIGAN ST. Telephone Broadway 5780 MILWAUKEE E. J. Furlong, Resident Partner Engraving Company and Art Studios CAWKER BLDG.. WEST WATER DWELLS ST-. Grand 920 Res. Phone West 2500 D. L. Schram & Cc UNDERTAKERS Lady Assistant 347-349 11th St. Private Chapel I It- I i S V- -J- I "t S? in fit LSiitai iitr Friday Night - Temple Night Temple Emanu-El Kenwood Boulevard, Prospect and Stowell Avenues. Dr. Samuel Hirshberg, Rabbi. Regular Services: Friday evening at 8 P. M. Saturday morning at 11 A. M. Strangers welcome. Sermons The subject of Rabbi Hirshberg's sermon Friday evening, February 27, was "Slogans Solving or Salving Words: Which?" On Saturday morning, February 28, at 11 A. M., Rabbi Hirshberg will speak on the subject "God's Place." Form Bible Study Class A study class with the teachers of the Religious school in Hebrew, Bible and Jewish history, meeting each Sunday morning at 9 o'clock, was opened last Sunday by Rabbi Hirshberg. All adults who may be interested are invited to join the class. Sisterhood The Sisterhood will hold its annual party to the children of the Religious school on Sunday, March 8, at 2:15 P. M. This is to be a Purim masquerade, and it is hoped that all children will come in costume. The parents and friends of the children will be heartily welcomed. Don't forget, Sunday, March 8. Start to think and plan now for your costumes. Temple B'ne Jeshurun Tenth and Cedar Streets. Dr. Charles S. Levi, Rabbi. DEFER ELECTION OF PRESIDENT OF U.A.H.C. UNTILMAY Charles Shohl, Retiring Leader, Elected Honorary President; Elect Other Officers TAKE STEPS TO MEET OTHER JEWISH GROUPS Milwaukee Co-operative Kosher Meat Market Patronize your own store. Freshest Kosher Meats at lowest prices. Deliveries to all parts of the city. 607 Twelfth Street Open Tel. Lincoln 144 Sundays Start Saving Now For a Home PROGRESSIVE Building & Loan Ass'n Authorized Capital $5,000,000.00 4411 North Ave. Kilb. 7513 R F P A T R CARRIED IN iv ji sr mio stock for Stoves, Furnaces and Boilers MILWAUKEE STOVE AND FURNACE REPAIR CO. Phones Grand 552-553 369 3rd St. r v ventilating systems installed, general sheet metal and furnace work. All kinds of roofing done. U. S. Sheet Metal Co. S. PALOW, Prop. 616 North Ave. Lin. 6396-2682 EXTERMINATORS Roaches, Bugs, Rats, Moths, Etc. Estimates Free Results Guaranteed 30 Years' Experience W. P. HAMMOND & SON Brdwy 3217 - 378 Jackson St. fi!l!!!Q!!!!:C!!!l!B:i!!!B!!!!B!!l!!a!!!Iiaill!IQ!!IllQlIiliaii!a!!llIB!l!l! When Patronizing Our A dvertisers Mention the Chronicle IlillQilOIIlOlliraillOilllQlim Regular Services: Friday evening at 7:45 P. M. Saturday morning at 10 A. M. Strangers always welcome. Religious School Every Sunday morning, 9:30 to 11:45 A. M. Every Saturday morning, 9:00 to 10:00 A. M. Special classes every Wednesday afternoon from .4:00 to 5:30 P. M. Confirmation Class Every Wednesday from 4 to 5:30 P. M. Every Sunday morning from 10:30 to 11:30. Congregation B'nai Israel Tenth and Walnut Streets. Dr. Julius Rappaport, Rabbi. Regular Services: Daily: Mornings and evenings. Sabbath Eve.: At sundown (Kab-balas Shabbos). Sabbath Eve.: (Late Friday night) at 8 P. M. Sabbath Morning: At 8:30. Rabbi Julius Rappaport preaches every Friday evening in- English and Sabbath mornings in Yiddish. Purim Ball Judging from the whole-hearted response given by the several committee chairmen and their assistants to the call of their chief, Mr. Julius Wahlberg, general chairman of the Purim Ball committee, this affair promises to be a complete success. Men and women, appointed for the purpose, are doing their utmost, employing their time and talent to replenish the much depleted and exhausted treasury of Congregation B'nai Israel. While favorable material results are anticipated, the genial chairman, Mr. Wahlberg, is concerned likewise to make the affair a social success and afford all those participating an enjoyable evening. The ball will take place March 7th, at the Golden Links temple, 1216 North avenue. Blink's orchestra will furnish the music. The following are the chairmen and assistants: Chairman Arrangements committee, Julius Wahlberg; assistants, I. D. Hecht, Jack Kraus, Philip Suran, Frank Stark, Theodore Steiner and Sig Wellesz. Reception committee, Leopold Greenblatt, chas. Miller, Max Traxler, Morris Zimmerman and Joe Wahlberg. Floor committee, Harry Wahlberg, Herman Scholl, Sol Stern and Art Suran. Ticket committee, D. Scholl, John Weiss, David Haas, Sig Mautner and Joe Newbauer. Refreshments committee, Mrs. P. Suran, chairman, assisted by Mesdames L. Weiss, Jul. Wahlberg, Adolph Weiss, Joe Wahlberg, F. Stark, Leo Kohn, John Weiss, Herman Spitz, David Haas, Rose Mautner, Joe Reif, Jack Kraus and Sol Fein. Two very valuable members have been, added to the roster of the Arrangements committee in the persons of Judge Samuel Stern, of West Allis, and Mrs. D. School. RADIO Radiola, Super-Heterodyne, Grebe Syncrophase, Freed-Eisemann, Atwater-Kent. All makes built, rebuilt, repaired or installed. McCOY-ROBERTON CO. 529 PARK PLACE (near Downer) Lakeside 1998 Become a Regular Depositor at the Nortliwestern National Bank north Avenue at Lisbon Open Saturday Evenings from 6:30 to 8 O'clock Vic Pittsburgh. New officers of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations were chosen at a recent special meeting of the Executive board, held in Pittsburgh, at Temple Rodeph Sholom. The office of president was left unfulfilled, and another meeting will be held in May to elect a candidate to head the organization. Mr. Charles Shohl, retiring president, was elected unanimously as honorary president of the Union, and the other officers chosen are: Jacob W. Mack, acting vice-president, Cincinnati; Julius Rosenwald, Chicago vice-president; Marcus Rauh, Pittsburgh, vice-president; Maurice D. Rosenberg, Washington, D. C, vice-president; N. Henry Beckman, Cin-cinati, treasurer; and George Zepin, Cincinnati, secretary. Ludwig Vogelstein, of New York, was elected chairman of the Executive board of the Union. Mr. Vogel-r stein is a prominent figure in New. York philanthropic and religious circles. He is a trustee of Temple Beth-El, of which he was president for a number of years. He is a liberal contributor to every movement. for the advance of progressive Amer ican Judaism, and takes an active interest in all movements to which he contributes. He is well known in the business world as chairman . of the board of the American Metal Co. Consideration was also given to a number of resolutions adopted at the twenty-ninth biennial convention, held recently in St. Louis, and which were referred for action to the Executive board. Hebrew Union College Separated . The matter of separating the Hebrew Union College from the Union was discussed and a committee was appointed to look after the legal end of this problem. It was decided at the St. Louis convention to separate the Hebrew Union College from the Union, giving the institution a separate legal entity. In accordance with the new plan to raise funds for the Union, a Finance board has been created. Mr. Nathan J. Miller, of New York, and Mr. Edwin B. Meissner, of St. Louis, were appointed as temporary heads of this group. It is the purpose of this board to zone the country and place at the head of each zone a chairman who will organize, under him, committees in his locality to secure financial support for the work of the Union and its affiliated organizations. 5 The proposal to invite representatives of the United Synagogue of America, the Central Conference of American Rabbis and the Union of Orthodox Congregations to meet with a committee of the Union to effect a national conference for co-operation among national Jewish congregational organizations was also considered, and a committee appointed to carry this plan out. A committee was also appointed to act on the program of Social Justice presented at the St. Louis convention by the Central Conference of American Rabbis. A plan was decided upon to organize the presidents of the various congregations affiliated with the Union, and a committee was selected for the purpose of effecting this organization. Committees Appointed Committees were also appointed to look after the budget, to prepare resolutions in memory of the late Dr. David Neumark, and to seek an executive director of the Union, an office created by the St. Louis convention. Mr. Nathan J. Miller and Mr. Ludwig Vogelstein, both of New York, were appointed on the Governing committee of the Hebrew Union College School for Teachers in New York City, representing the Union. At the St. Louis convention it was decided that two laymen be appointed to this board, residing in the vicinity of the school. Upon motion of Dr. Lee K. Frankel, of New York, a resolution was adopted for the establishment of a permanent commission to make an "appraisal" of the spiritual purposes of the Union. The resolution is as follows: "Resolved, That the chairman of the Executive board, after conference with such individuals as he may select, shall present to the next meeting of the Executive board a plan for a continuing or permanent commission to present through the Executive board, to the biennial council, an appraisal of the spiritual purposes of the Union, and the methods in which they may best be carried out in conformity with. the needs and necessi- HARRY V. MEISSNER : IS CANDIDATE FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR Practiced Law for Ten Years Was Captain in Army Harry V. Meissner, native-born Milwaukeean, and prominent in communal life, has announced his candidacy for the office of director on the Milwaukee School Board at the coming spring elections. Mr. Meissner has been practicing law in this s I ' I y j 1 L j The Furniture Event of the Season ! OUR FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE Now in Progress! Attractive reductions on Quality Furniture. An unusual opportunity to purchase distinctive Furniture at surprisingly low prices. Furniture Department Operated by LOUIS LEVIN SKY SAMUEL LAVICK We Can Arrange Suitable Terms HARRY V. MEISSNER city since 1914, the date of his graduation from the University of Wisconsin. He is married and has two children. He has taken an active interest in educational problems and by education and civic interest is well qualified to fill the office of school director. Mr. Meissner, .who is 35 years of age, received his early education at the Second Ward public school and the West Division High school. He attended the University of Wisconsin, where he was awarded the degrees of A. B. and LL. B. He entered the service ' of the United States army when war was declared in 1917, and served for two years with great distinction as a captain of infantry, taking part in many of the great battles of the war. On his return from the army, Mr. Meissner established the law firm of Meissner & Miller, with offices in the Majestic building. For several years after his graduation from college, Mr. Meissner served as an instructor in the night school of the University of Wisconsin Extension division, and also of the Y. M. C. A. For the past four years he has been a member of the Boy Scout committee and has been active in the Big Brother movement. He is a member of the board of trustees of B'ne Jeshurun temple, a member of the B'nai B'rith, City club and Sholom Aleichem Circle. ties of the future and the fostering and perpetuation of Judaism." Leading Jews Present Among those present at the board meeting were: Marcus Aaron, Pittsburgh; N. Henry Beckman, Cincinnati; Alfred M. Cohen, Cincinnati; Judge Josiah Cohen, Pittsburgh; Gus-tave A. Efroymson, Indianapolis; Dr. Lee K. Frankel, New York City; Mrs. J. Walter Freiberg, Cincinnati; Julius W. Freiberg, Cincinnati; Isaac Gilbert, Detroit; Dr. Samuel Golden-son, Pittsburgh; Robert P. Goldman, Cincinnati; Jacob W. Mack, Cincinnati; Edwin B. Meissner, St. Louis; Nathan J. Miller, New York City; Dr. Julian Morgenstern; Cincinnati; Rabbi Morris Newfield, Birmingham; Adolph I. Newman, Cleveland; Herbert C. Oettinger, Cincinnati; Henry Oppenheimer, Baltimore; Dr. David Philipson, Cincinnati; Carl E. Pritz, Cincinnati; Marcus Rauh, Pittsburgh; Maurice D. Rosenberg, Washington, D. C; A. L. Saltzstein, Milwaukee; Louis Schlesinger, Newark; Charles Shohl, Cincinnati; Arthur Hays Sulzberger, New York City; I. Newton Trager, Cincinnati; Ludwig Vogelstein, New York City; A. Leo Weil, Pittsburgh; and Herman Wile, Buffalo. The next meeting of the Executive board will be held in Cleveland, in May. An Enjoyable Event! Chasidim Ball and Dance Given By POALE ZION AND THE YOUNG POALE ZION ORGANIZATION Saturday Eve. Feb. 28th Milwaukee Auditorium At 8 o'clock Fifth St. Entrance Folks who think street railways are going out of fashion are invited to consider the fact that in 1924 American street railways carried sixteen billion passengers, as against less than one billion carried on steam railways. IIDillllDIIIIIDIIIIIDIIIIIDIIIIlDilllinilD 1 City Fruit Market 1 - . Formerly Located at Corner 13th and Lee Sts. Announces Removal TO 1316 VLIET STREET H xz Block West of Former Location g 1 To Our New and Commodious Store With a I Full Line of Select FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Finest quality at reasonable prices. We invite you to visit our new store and be convinced. BEN RASANSKY, Prop. IniiniiiiiiiDiiniiiiiniiiiiniiii g ( B 0 1 Q a B g a P n u n a B a n B a Chocolates LCOK AT THIS PICTURE AND SHIVER Congregation Beth El Forty-ninth and Elm Streets. Rabbi Eugene Kohn. Regular Services: Saturday morning at 9 A. M. Friday evening at 8 P. M. Rabbi Kohn will deliver a sermon in English at each service. Sisterhood The next meeting of the Sisterhood will be held Monday, March 2, in the meeting rooms of the temple, Forty-ninth and Elm streets, at 2:30 P. M. Business of the day will include the formation of definite arrangements for the Purim party to be held Tuesday, March 10, which will be followed by an interesting program. 3& Here are some of the children of the Hofheimer Preventorium of the National Jewish Hospital for Consump-. V . . r- 1 li v. v.tv1 if io -sll o-rnrl fun hut what thev are ac- nves at uenver, taking advantage oi tne nrsx snow-uau "lcm " , v " -- . tually doing is building up resistance against tuberculosis. Coming from families where tuberculosis is rampant, these children are predisposed to the disease. Every day the sun shines the thirty-six -children, of the Preventorium, minus all clothing the conventions permit, frolic out of doors in the direct rays fn8-. of fifteen to eighteen months these children who are underweight and emaciated are ""P "pJ"-they leave the hospital they have the chance in life that is the right of every child. Since the Hoftfim Prevra--torium was opened, five years ago, 161 children, from al . parts of the country, have been treated --LAe pother departments of the National Jewish Hospital, its service is national, non-sectarian and free. The philanthropy of the Jews of America makes this work possible. '

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