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The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin • Page 7

The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle from Milwaukee, Wisconsin • Page 7

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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October 9, 1964 THE WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE 7 Services Held for D. B. Eisendrath, Prominent Philanthropist-Industrialist Federation Issues 1964-'65 Directory; Includes Calendar, Fund-Raising Data of Madison since 1924 and moved to Tucson three years ago. He is survived by his wife, Helen; two sons, Stanley Dizon, Milwaukee, and Irvin, Tucson; two daughters, Mrs. William Levins on and Mrs. Charles Slosberg of Boston; eight grandchildren and nine Funeral services for naviH S. Pikofsky Appointed Assistant Director of Midwest Camp Yehudah Seymour Pikofsky was recently appointed assistant director of Camp Yehudah, the official camp of the midwest region of Young Judea, located in Watervliet, Mich. He will act as field representative of the camp, in charge of promotion and registration. Jonathan Lifschultz, regional president of Young Judea, an nounces that the following Mil-waukeeans recently attended a leadership training seminar at the camp: Mr. Pikofsky, Donald Schoenfeld (the national outlying vice-president), Dova Firer, Dar-lene Sadoff and Peggy Silverstein. Camp Yehudah, which serves Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota and Nebraska, has completed its third summer of successful programming with the emphasis on Jewish and Zionist subjects. The total registration for the summer was 185, with 11 campers coming from Milwaukee. Eisendrath, chairman of the board of the B. D. Eisendrath Tanning Racine, and the Griess-Pfle-ger Tanning Waukegan, I1L, were held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6. Mr. Eisendrath, 74, of 4720 largest contributors to the annual campaigns of the Milwaukee Jewish Welfare Fund, reaching the crest of his giving in 1947, when his gift totalled $50,000. He followed this with other large gifts in the late 1940s. He served in the 1947 campaign, which was head Uoncment Dedication ed by Irving G. Rhodes, as one of the three co-chairmen with Leonard Glen and Sam Pokrass. Mr. Eisendrath was also a member of the board of directors of Mount Sinai hospital for many years. The prominent businessman was a director of Rainfair, Racine: a director of the Ozite Chicago; and a former director of i The facilities of a large spacious hall and modern kitchen at Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol B'nai Sholom 5015 W. Center Street Are Available For WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS FESTIVE OCCASIONS MEETINGS For Reservations Please Call Temple Office, Hilltop 5-6136 i i. i ci 1 Ml 'gssr- Webster Electric Racine, and the Frank Pure Food Franks-ville. He was president of the Racine Foundation, a charitable organization, and director of the research laboratories of the Tanners Council of America. In addition, Mr. Eisendrath was a member of the Wisconsin club, the Milwaukee Athletic club, the Racine Country club and the Shrine. Survivors include his wife, Eleanor; two sons, David New York city, and Edward at home; two daughters, Mrs. Robert W. Mann, Milwaukee, and Miss Ellen, at home, and two sisters, Mrs. Harry V. Meissner, Milwaukee, and Mrs. George Kuh, Chicago. Also surviving are three grandchildren. Phillip Dizon Phillip Dizon, 91, president of the Dizon Paper Madison and Milwaukee, passed away Monday, Sept. 28, in Tucson, Ariz. Funeral services were held in St. Paul, on Friday, Oct. 2. Mr. Dizon had been a resident MORRIS H. MARCUS A monument will be dedicated in memory of Morris H. Marcus on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 2 pan. in Second Home cemetery. Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. HARRY KOFFMAN A monument will be dedicated in memory of Harry Koffman on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 1 p.m. in Anshai Lebowitz cemetery. Rabbi Michael Twerski will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. ROSE GINSBURG A monument will be dedicated in memory of Rose Ginsburg on Sunday, Oct. 18, at 1:30 p.m. in Mound Zion cemetery. Rabbi David S. Shapiro will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. GUSSIE PECKERMAN A monument will be dedicated in memory of Gussie Peckerman on Sunday, Oct. 18, at 3 p.m. in Second Home cemetery. Rabbi Israel Feldman will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. BELLA POLLACK A monument will be dedicated in memory of Bella Pollack on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 1 p.m. in Second Home cemetery. Rabbi Israel Feldman will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. SAMUEL M. REUBEN A monument will be dedicated in memory of Samuel M. Reuben on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. in Beth Hamedrosh Hagodol cemetery. Rabbi Louis J. Swichkow will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. DAVID B. EISENDRATH N. Lake Whitefish Bay, died of kidney failure Sunday, Oct. 4, at Columbia hospital. Born in Racine, he attended public schools there and high school at the old Racine Military academy. While a student at the University of Chicago, he was captain of the tennis team and played football. He was a former ranking amateur golfer in Wisconsin. Mr. Eisendrath was one of the The 1964-65 directory of Milwaukee Jewish organizations, sponsored and published by the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, has been mailed to heads of all Jewish groups and other communal agencies and organizations. The Federation, founded 40 years ago, is a delegate body representing about 60 national and local Jewish Women's organizations. The directory, issued annually, also includes the year's calendar of events and fund-raising schedules of the women's organizations. For the first time, the directory carries a statement of the policies, practices and principals of the Federation, which was approved OWNERS OF REAL ESTATE IN MILWAUKEE COUNTY TAKE NOTICE On October 20, 1961, Max A. Barczak, Treasurer of Milwaukee County, will, at the Courthouse at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, sell to Milwaukee County so much as may be necessary of each tract of land upon which the taxes have been returned as delinquent and are on said date still unpaid, for the payment of the taxes and interest due thereon. This sale will include all real estate listed in the County Treasurer's official records of Delinquent Taxes for the tax levy year 1963 except public lands held on contract and lands mortgaged to the state. If you are in doubt as to whether the taxes on your land are paid, consult the County Treasurer. PAY YOUR TAXES NOW By doing so you will prevent sale of your property for taxes and you will stop the further addition of interest charges. THIS SALE IS NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. THE COUNTY WILL PURCHASE THESE DELINQUENT TAXES MAX A. BARCZAK County Treasurer Milwaukee County and adopted by the membership at the June 4, 1964 meeting. It sets forth what member organizations can expect from Federation, and what Federation as a coordinating body, can expect from its constituents. The Federation has long sponsored and supported an orderly procedure for clearance and registration of events and for scheduling of fund-raising activities with designated calendar assignments. This is done to prevent conflict, competition and chaos. This has helped to create a climate of self-discipline and respect for each organization's purposes and efforts. Other coordinating functions and services are meant to assist members in their communal relationships. In order to give the type of leadership to its affiliated groups, to help in the realization of respective goals, it is necessary that every organization cooperate to the highest degree. The services of the Federation with the use of the directory can make the administration of the affiliated organizations more effective and more efficient. Mrs. Wilson Phillips, president of Federation, invites all organizations and agencies to avail themselves of clearing dates of meetings and special events with the calendar coordinator, Mrs. Mortimer Goren. The directory this year was compiled and edited by Mmes. Herbert Miller, S. Jack Grossman and Sidney Levner. Notice of Annual Meeting OF LOT OWNERS MOUND ZION CEMETERY ASSOCIATION OF MILWAUKEE to the lot owners Mound Zion Cemetery Association: You are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting of the lot owners of your Association will be held at the cemetery grounds on North Avenue on Sunday, October 18th at 2:00 p.m. promptly, at the chapel. Three trustees will be elected; and other important business will be transacted. Your presence is urgently requested. PHILIP WEINBERG, Chairman ALBERT DUCKLER, Secretary Shorewood Lodge Plans Open Political Forum An open political forum featuring the two contenders for the newly-created ninth congressional district seat will be sponsored by Shorewood B'nai B'rith lodge on Sunday, Oct. 11. The meeting, which will feature candidates Glenn R. Davis, Republican nominee, and James P. Buckley, Demo Beth Israel Men's Club Plans Events Sheriff Michael Wolke's talk, "Youth and Crime," will headline the opening meeting of Congregation Beth Israel's men's club on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 8:15 p.m. At the suggestion of Sheriff Wolke, each father is urged to bring his teen-age sons and daughters. Following a brief business meeting, the chief law enforcement officer in Milwaukee county will make his address. Teen-agers will be encouraged to ask questions. All members and friends of Congregation Beth Israel are invited cratic choice, will be held at 8 p.m., at the new Shorewood Women's club in Hubbard Park, 3565 N. Morris blvd. Bernard J. Hankin, president-elect of the Milwaukee Bar Association, will serve as moderator. Both Mr. Buckley and Mr. Davis will present their views on domes to attend. tic and foreign affairs, and a question-answer period will follow their presentations. A social period with refreshments will fol THE TRIBUTE OF low the forum. The meeting is open to the public. JCC Young Adults List The men's club also announces that Meyer Bass, executive director of the Jewish Community Center, will be the discussion leader at the first session in the "coffee and culture" series, Sunday, Oct. 18, at 10 a.m. "A Blueprint for Jewish Survival" is the theme of the series, and each Sunday meeting will treat some facet of Jewish history, traditions, philosophy or law. Mr. Bass will talk on "Survival, for What?" The men's club has invited outstanding authorities to act as discussion leaders for the series, which is designed for persons who want to learn more about Judaism and the Jewish social scene. Men's club members and their families, as well as friends of the synagogue, are invited to attend. in a tradition created by years of finest funeral service Activities for October The Jewish Community Center's young adult group has a varied slate of activities planned for the month of October, as announced by Judy Jacob, program chairman. A political debate is scheduled for Tuesday evening, Oct. 13. Sunday, Oct. 18, is "sports night" with volleyball and swimming. A BUY A business meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 20, will be followed by a gala Halloween party. The final meeting of the month, on Tuesday, Oct. 27, will feature the first in a se Philip J. Weiss, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS ries of guest appearances by prom NORTH FARWELL AVENUE. AT EAST KANE PLACE inent Milwaukee clergymen. Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel of Congregation Beth Israel will speak to the group that evening on "Basic Philosophies of Judaism." Hy Faine to Address HO Branches, Sunday Hy Faine, national president of the Labor Zionist Organization, will be the guest speaker at a combined meeting of the Syrkin, Ben Zvi and Brandeis branches of the LZO on Sunday, Oct. 11. This meeting will be held at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Avrom Kniaz, 7535 N. Fairchild rd. All who are interested in hearing this outstanding speaker are invited to attend. ORT Dinner Cancelled o) Mavfair chapter ORT announces OWE Thougktf illness that its eighth annual dinner, originally scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 11. has been cancelled due to un- forseen circumstances. It Hi i I If YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PHARMACIST 3 You Can Rely on Your Pharmacist to Serve You PROMPTLY ACCURATELY EFFICIENTLY A call from your doctor assures you of expert compounding of your prescription needs. 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