**Editor's note: Needs work.
In "Arbeter tsaytung" (Journal, N'295, 1928), it
"She was known in each city
and shtetl of Bessarabia, Bukovina and Regat. An
itinerant Yiddish actress, she was a homeless person, a
movable undnitse? who had roamed about the earth for
different, arranging here an amateur production, here
a literary evening with whom she used to do declarations
as Bialik, Peretz, and other poets. One would never
guess that she is spending several weeks in a small town
with a union troupe...a piece, and the production was a
morally good one, it is a happy avekgeforn. That,
which the production she did not raise even though so
many, that it may have on for days to full antsuesns,
she never placed, and at other times not."
But the need and then living
well was bazint Bracha Weiner's ekshnutdikn
idealist. An ill person, she went into the Czernowitz
Jewish Hospital--her last trip--on the Shabbat on the 7 D.Ch.
 iz elter, from the necrology in the "Arbeter
tsaytung", Czernowitz, N. 295, 1928.