Thanks for all your help!
This is new to me, I just received the marriage certificate from the NYC Archives this week which gave me Aranka Drachsler's parents (and then I found her family!).
I did find one brother's Naturalization data online:
Selected U.S. Naturalization Records - Original Documents, 1790-1974
Name: Arthur Abram Darachsler [formerly Arpad A. Drachsler]
State: New York
Court Type: District Court
Court Location: Southern District, New York
Naturalization Record Type: Petition for Naturalization
Naturalization Record Number: 398067
Birth Date: October 26, 1888 in Bella Czechoslovakia
Address: 325 E. 80th St., NY, NY
Wife: Otillie, b. Dec. 20, 1896, Naturalized June 20, 1930, Bronx, married October 5, 1918, NY, NY
Ethel b. 11/13/1919, NYC, resides in Syracuse
Ruth, b. 9/17/1925 in NYC, resides in NYC
Last Place of residence: Szucany, Czechoslovakia
Emigrated from Rotterdam, Holland as Arpad A. Drachaler, May 26, 1903 on the S.S. Ryndam
Petition for Naturalization: Dec. 15, 1936, #285694, NY, NY, dismissed for "Immoral character"
Filed Feb. 17, 1942, List 10349, Certificate# 5148538
The other brother's were naturalized, but their records are not online. I'm afraid their records will contain the same information, Bella, Czechoslovakia, but I will send for them anyway.
I just noticed that this article gives one more clue:" the town of Rosenberg, 30 miles away."http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/downloadFile.cfm?FileID=122...
"Julius Drachsler was born on September 5, 1889, in Bella, Czechoslovakia, a little town in the foothills south of the Carpathian Mountains. When he was six years of age his
parents moved to the neighboring town of Szucsany. He received his elementary education at a gymnasium in the town of Rosenberg, 30 miles away. He boarded in this community while attending the school, which was conducted by a group of Dominican monks. In after-school hours he received instruction in a Hebrew school nearby."
But with the names of the towns changing over the years, I'm pretty lost.