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Bernard COHEN, Syracuse NY #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

While researching a cousin, Bernard COHEN of Syracuse NY, I obtained newspaper
obituaries for two other Bernard COHENS. One died in January 1991 at age 81 in
Pompano Beach FL. He had been born in Rochester, then lived in Athens PA. He was
a professional musician in the 1920s and 30s, then was the proprietor of a store
in Athens. Apparently the obit appeared in a Syracuse newspaper because he had a
relative there. The other Bernard died in November 2003 in Syracuse at age 79.
He had been born in Massachusetts, then lived most of his life in New Jersey
before moving to Syracuse. His occupation was salesman.

If either of these men sound like "your" Bernard COHEN, please contact me
privately, and I will mail the obituary to you.

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
GOLDBERG, COHEN, KAUFMAN, TOBIS, NAFTALOVICH - Moldova to Syracuse
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, SCHAEFFER - Slutsk/Minsk, Belarus to Syracuse to NYC
YELLIN, LEVINE - Grodno area to Syracuse


Harris COHEN, Syracuse NY #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

While researching a cousin, Harris COHEN of Syracuse NY, I obtained a transcript
of a death record for a different Harris COHEN. This Harris died April 28, 1906
at his home on Adams Street in Syracuse. He was 68 and single. He had been born
in Russia, and his parents were Sam and Anna COHEN. If this person sounds like
"your" Harris COHEN, please contact me privately, and I will send you the
transcript.

Meanwhile, "my" Harris was born about 1880 in Russia, came to the U.S. about 1887
with his parents, Menashe/Myer and Nettie COHEN, and lived most of his life in
Syracuse. He married Gertrude SHULMAN in 1906, and she died in the 1920s. I
don't know if he ever remarried. Harris had waste paper and scrap metal
businesses. He died in 1966 in Syracuse.

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
GOLDBERG, NAFTALOVICH, COHEN, KAUFMAN, GROTELL - Moldova to Syracuse & NYC
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, SCHAEFFER, GALENSON - Slutsk/Minsk to Syracuse, NYC, Bronx
YELLIN, LEVINE - Jalowka, Svisloch, Grodno area to Syracuse & NYC


Jacob FIRSTENBERG, Plock to Brooklyn #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

While researching Jacob FIRSTENBERG, I obtained a Declaration of Intention for a
different Jacob. The document is dated December 1920. Jacob was born in Plock,
in February 1890. He left >from Hamburg. The handwriting is hard to read, but I
think the ship was the "Cincinnati." He arrived in NY in May 1912. His wife was
Helen, born in Russia. His occupation was printer. If this sounds like "your"
Jacob, please contact me privately, and I will mail you the document.

Meanwhile, "my" Jacob was born in 1889. He arrived in NY in 1908 per the 1920
census, although I haven't found a ship record so far. His WW I draft
registration, June 1917, said he was >from "Zinardoir, Warsaw" (there is a Zyrardow
near Warsaw.) His occupation was jobber, calendars, own plant. His residence and
business were in Manhattan. He married Rose LEVITT or LEAVITT, >from the Minsk,
Belarus area, prior to 1917. If this person sounds familiar, please contact me
privately.

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, GALENSON, SHAEFER - Slutsk/Minsk, Belarus to Syracuse,
Brookyn, Manhattan
BRONSTEIN, GOLDBERG, COHEN, KAUFMAN, NAFTALOVICH, GROTELL - Moldova to Syracuse
and Manhattan
YELLIN, LEVINE, NITZBERG - Jalowka & Svisloch, Grodno area, to Syracuse, Brooklyn,
Bronx


Bialystok and Area Researchers - New Website Now Online #general

Bialystoker
 

Dear Bialystok Area Researchers:

BialyGen, the Bialystok Region Jewish Genealogy Group, and its mailing list
started up in August 2003 just after the Washington DC Jewish Genealogy
Conference. At that time, the group committed to developing a website to share
research and experiences, commemorate our ancestors, and cooperate on projects of
value to Bialystok area researchers.

I am proud to announce that a BialyGen website has now been added to the JewishGen
ShtetLink website at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/homepage.htm . This is just a start
and is definitely a work in progress.

Please take a look at the website and give us your feedback. We urge people with
Bialystok area roots to please contribute to developing the website. Ways to
contribute are enumerated at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Support.htm .

The results of two projects that have been completed by BialyGen are shown on the
website:

1. Indexing of the 1897 All Russian Census for Grodno Gubernia in cooperation with
Belarus SIG: introductory webpage with a BialyGen region Surname list is at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/1897Census.htm .

2. The transliteration of the Yiddish people index of the Bialystoker Photo Album,
a Yizkor Book edited by David Sohn in 1951, can be found at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Bialystok_Photo_Album_Surnames.htm .
There are links to the Index pages. In the future, this index will also be added
to the All Poland database.

I want to thank Sidney Zabludow for his help in preparing this website and Kathryn
Wallach for her work in transliterating the Bialystoker Photo Album. Our great
appreciation goes also to JewishGen for making this all possible by hosting our
website and discussion forum.

If you are interested in joining the discussion forum, please click on "Discussion
Forum" on our homepage.

Mark Halpern
Coordinator, BialyGen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bernard COHEN, Syracuse NY #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

While researching a cousin, Bernard COHEN of Syracuse NY, I obtained newspaper
obituaries for two other Bernard COHENS. One died in January 1991 at age 81 in
Pompano Beach FL. He had been born in Rochester, then lived in Athens PA. He was
a professional musician in the 1920s and 30s, then was the proprietor of a store
in Athens. Apparently the obit appeared in a Syracuse newspaper because he had a
relative there. The other Bernard died in November 2003 in Syracuse at age 79.
He had been born in Massachusetts, then lived most of his life in New Jersey
before moving to Syracuse. His occupation was salesman.

If either of these men sound like "your" Bernard COHEN, please contact me
privately, and I will mail the obituary to you.

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
GOLDBERG, COHEN, KAUFMAN, TOBIS, NAFTALOVICH - Moldova to Syracuse
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, SCHAEFFER - Slutsk/Minsk, Belarus to Syracuse to NYC
YELLIN, LEVINE - Grodno area to Syracuse


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Harris COHEN, Syracuse NY #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

While researching a cousin, Harris COHEN of Syracuse NY, I obtained a transcript
of a death record for a different Harris COHEN. This Harris died April 28, 1906
at his home on Adams Street in Syracuse. He was 68 and single. He had been born
in Russia, and his parents were Sam and Anna COHEN. If this person sounds like
"your" Harris COHEN, please contact me privately, and I will send you the
transcript.

Meanwhile, "my" Harris was born about 1880 in Russia, came to the U.S. about 1887
with his parents, Menashe/Myer and Nettie COHEN, and lived most of his life in
Syracuse. He married Gertrude SHULMAN in 1906, and she died in the 1920s. I
don't know if he ever remarried. Harris had waste paper and scrap metal
businesses. He died in 1966 in Syracuse.

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
GOLDBERG, NAFTALOVICH, COHEN, KAUFMAN, GROTELL - Moldova to Syracuse & NYC
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, SCHAEFFER, GALENSON - Slutsk/Minsk to Syracuse, NYC, Bronx
YELLIN, LEVINE - Jalowka, Svisloch, Grodno area to Syracuse & NYC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jacob FIRSTENBERG, Plock to Brooklyn #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

While researching Jacob FIRSTENBERG, I obtained a Declaration of Intention for a
different Jacob. The document is dated December 1920. Jacob was born in Plock,
in February 1890. He left >from Hamburg. The handwriting is hard to read, but I
think the ship was the "Cincinnati." He arrived in NY in May 1912. His wife was
Helen, born in Russia. His occupation was printer. If this sounds like "your"
Jacob, please contact me privately, and I will mail you the document.

Meanwhile, "my" Jacob was born in 1889. He arrived in NY in 1908 per the 1920
census, although I haven't found a ship record so far. His WW I draft
registration, June 1917, said he was >from "Zinardoir, Warsaw" (there is a Zyrardow
near Warsaw.) His occupation was jobber, calendars, own plant. His residence and
business were in Manhattan. He married Rose LEVITT or LEAVITT, >from the Minsk,
Belarus area, prior to 1917. If this person sounds familiar, please contact me
privately.

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, GALENSON, SHAEFER - Slutsk/Minsk, Belarus to Syracuse,
Brookyn, Manhattan
BRONSTEIN, GOLDBERG, COHEN, KAUFMAN, NAFTALOVICH, GROTELL - Moldova to Syracuse
and Manhattan
YELLIN, LEVINE, NITZBERG - Jalowka & Svisloch, Grodno area, to Syracuse, Brooklyn,
Bronx


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bialystok and Area Researchers - New Website Now Online #general

Bialystoker
 

Dear Bialystok Area Researchers:

BialyGen, the Bialystok Region Jewish Genealogy Group, and its mailing list
started up in August 2003 just after the Washington DC Jewish Genealogy
Conference. At that time, the group committed to developing a website to share
research and experiences, commemorate our ancestors, and cooperate on projects of
value to Bialystok area researchers.

I am proud to announce that a BialyGen website has now been added to the JewishGen
ShtetLink website at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/homepage.htm . This is just a start
and is definitely a work in progress.

Please take a look at the website and give us your feedback. We urge people with
Bialystok area roots to please contribute to developing the website. Ways to
contribute are enumerated at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Support.htm .

The results of two projects that have been completed by BialyGen are shown on the
website:

1. Indexing of the 1897 All Russian Census for Grodno Gubernia in cooperation with
Belarus SIG: introductory webpage with a BialyGen region Surname list is at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/1897Census.htm .

2. The transliteration of the Yiddish people index of the Bialystoker Photo Album,
a Yizkor Book edited by David Sohn in 1951, can be found at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Bialystok_Photo_Album_Surnames.htm .
There are links to the Index pages. In the future, this index will also be added
to the All Poland database.

I want to thank Sidney Zabludow for his help in preparing this website and Kathryn
Wallach for her work in transliterating the Bialystoker Photo Album. Our great
appreciation goes also to JewishGen for making this all possible by hosting our
website and discussion forum.

If you are interested in joining the discussion forum, please click on "Discussion
Forum" on our homepage.

Mark Halpern
Coordinator, BialyGen


BRUSER Females to Baltimore #general

Mel Comisarow <melcom@...>
 

Searching for the families of two sisters with maiden name BRUSER, who were
probably born around 1900 in either Grafskoy/Proletarsky or Zatishye,
Yekaterinoslav Gubernia, Ukraine. Grafskoy and Zatishye were Jewish agricultural
colonies near Mariupol. These sisters were the daughters Y(J)onah/Yevna BRUSER of
Grafskoy. These BRUSER sisters emigrated to Baltimore, Maryland early in the 20th
century. One of them may have been named Esther. No knowledge of their married
names.

Mel Comisarow, Vancouver BC
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Seeking Children of Bertram Harris Died L.A. 1991 #general

Rica Goldberg
 

A very kind and helpful Genner by the name of Elise (surname witheld) gave me
information on Bertram HARRIS (mother's maiden name MARX) who died in Alameda, LA
in 1991.

I am looking for the present-day descendants of the late Bertram HARRIS.
Bertram's parents were Michael and Florence HARRIS and they were >from NY
originally.

Michael HARRIS born June 1876 had siblings. Bertha HARRIS born August 1877;
Louis HARRIS born March 1879; and Charles HARRIS born Dec 1880.

If you are descended >from any of the siblings of Michael HARRIS I would like to
contact you as I am researching that family tree which is on my husband's maternal
family tree and have interesting information.

Rica B Goldberg
Manchester England

Still researching:-

KAMINSKY (KAMENSHCHIK) >from Yanova (Jonava)and Zeimiai nr Kovno, Lithuania 2)
Norron Eliazar, Harris, Joseph & Sarah DIAMOND >from Kovno Gubernia, Lithuania 3)  
Newman, Emmanuel, Rachel & Esther LEVY and their parents Chana & Yehuda LEWIN
from KROSNIEWICE in Poland  4)  Isaac & Rebecca COHEN  >from Poland 5) Chaim &
Rebecca ESTRY (nee GROSSMAN)  a glazier >from Poland 6)  GOLDBERG (possibly
SCHELSINGER OR SCHELINGER or SCHLUZITEL) >from Vabalninkas, Lithuania 7)  George
(Gershon) BERLINSKY F>from Charlottenburg in Berlin


Ralph COHEN, Syracuse NY #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

I am searching for a Ralph COHEN, who was born 1891-92 in Syracuse NY to
Menashe/Myer and Nettie COHEN. Ralph married Ceil ALDERMAN in Syracuse in 1919.
In the 1930s, they were living in Scranton PA. His main occupation was that of
salesman. After that, he seems to have disappeared. Some distant cousins thought
he might have died in the 1960s, but no one was sure.

On the SSDI, I saw that a Ralph COHEN had died in Syracuse in 1967, so I obtained
the SS-5 application. Unfortunately, it was for another Ralph COHEN, living on
Almond Street, Syracuse in 1937, with different parents. If this person sounds
like "your" Ralph, please contact me privately, and I will mail you the SS-5.

Does "my" Ralph sound familiar to anyone?

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
GOLDBERG, NAFTALOVICH, COHEN, TOBIS, BRONSTEIN - Bessarabia/Moldova
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, SCHAEFFER - Minsk, Belarus


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BRUSER Females to Baltimore #general

Mel Comisarow <melcom@...>
 

Searching for the families of two sisters with maiden name BRUSER, who were
probably born around 1900 in either Grafskoy/Proletarsky or Zatishye,
Yekaterinoslav Gubernia, Ukraine. Grafskoy and Zatishye were Jewish agricultural
colonies near Mariupol. These sisters were the daughters Y(J)onah/Yevna BRUSER of
Grafskoy. These BRUSER sisters emigrated to Baltimore, Maryland early in the 20th
century. One of them may have been named Esther. No knowledge of their married
names.

Mel Comisarow, Vancouver BC
***
MODERATOR NOTE: One of JewishGen's most heavily visited sites is the JewishGen
Family Finder (JGFF) and family connections are being made more and more
frequently. If you have not already done so, please log onto
www.jewishgen.org/jgff and using the ENTER/MODIFY procedure enter and register
all the surnames of interest to your family research. As you learn about more
names and places of origin, they can always be added, but only **you** can keep
your own listings up to date.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking Children of Bertram Harris Died L.A. 1991 #general

Rica Goldberg
 

A very kind and helpful Genner by the name of Elise (surname witheld) gave me
information on Bertram HARRIS (mother's maiden name MARX) who died in Alameda, LA
in 1991.

I am looking for the present-day descendants of the late Bertram HARRIS.
Bertram's parents were Michael and Florence HARRIS and they were >from NY
originally.

Michael HARRIS born June 1876 had siblings. Bertha HARRIS born August 1877;
Louis HARRIS born March 1879; and Charles HARRIS born Dec 1880.

If you are descended >from any of the siblings of Michael HARRIS I would like to
contact you as I am researching that family tree which is on my husband's maternal
family tree and have interesting information.

Rica B Goldberg
Manchester England

Still researching:-

KAMINSKY (KAMENSHCHIK) >from Yanova (Jonava)and Zeimiai nr Kovno, Lithuania 2)
Norron Eliazar, Harris, Joseph & Sarah DIAMOND >from Kovno Gubernia, Lithuania 3)  
Newman, Emmanuel, Rachel & Esther LEVY and their parents Chana & Yehuda LEWIN
from KROSNIEWICE in Poland  4)  Isaac & Rebecca COHEN  >from Poland 5) Chaim &
Rebecca ESTRY (nee GROSSMAN)  a glazier >from Poland 6)  GOLDBERG (possibly
SCHELSINGER OR SCHELINGER or SCHLUZITEL) >from Vabalninkas, Lithuania 7)  George
(Gershon) BERLINSKY F>from Charlottenburg in Berlin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ralph COHEN, Syracuse NY #general

Nancy Goldberg <njgoldberg@...>
 

I am searching for a Ralph COHEN, who was born 1891-92 in Syracuse NY to
Menashe/Myer and Nettie COHEN. Ralph married Ceil ALDERMAN in Syracuse in 1919.
In the 1930s, they were living in Scranton PA. His main occupation was that of
salesman. After that, he seems to have disappeared. Some distant cousins thought
he might have died in the 1960s, but no one was sure.

On the SSDI, I saw that a Ralph COHEN had died in Syracuse in 1967, so I obtained
the SS-5 application. Unfortunately, it was for another Ralph COHEN, living on
Almond Street, Syracuse in 1937, with different parents. If this person sounds
like "your" Ralph, please contact me privately, and I will mail you the SS-5.

Does "my" Ralph sound familiar to anyone?

Nancy Goldberg, Los Angeles
njgoldberg@...
GOLDBERG, NAFTALOVICH, COHEN, TOBIS, BRONSTEIN - Bessarabia/Moldova
ROSOVSKY, RUDEVITSKY, SCHAEFFER - Minsk, Belarus


BELMAS Family #general

Dajana Grujic <dajanagrujic@...>
 

Dear Friends,
My name is Dajana Grujic and I have recently joined Jewish Geneology in order to
try and find my paternal grandmother's family. I do not have much information and
I am not even sure if the spelling of the family name is BELMAS.
Her name was Anka Belmas and she was born in Poland in 1925. That part of Poland,
apparently, became a part of either Belarus or Ukraine, after the WWII.
My grandmother was 14 when she was separated >from her family and taken to forced
labour camp in Germany. At some point, she met my Serbian grandfather and after
being liberated they came back to Serbia together. They had my father in 1945. and
my uncle in 1948.
Five years into their marriage my grandfather died and it was around that time
that she tried to find if there were any survivorsof her family, but without any
luck.
She rarely talked about her Jewish haritage, family or past, so my father and
uncle could not learn about it.
She died in 1984 (I was 9 years old) and with that, it seemed, every chance of
finding her family died too.
It was or a while now that I was preparing to start searching for them myself - so
this is my first attempt.
I would greatly appreciate if any of you could help me either with some
information or an advice.
Thank you in advance.
Dajana Grujic-Smith, London
***
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BERLYANCHIK (BERLIANTZEK) Family Name #general

Terry Lasky <tlasky@...>
 

I am researching the family name of BERLYANCHIK (BERLIANTZEK and other
variations). I have never found another person who is researching this name or
has this name anywhere in their family tree. The family was in Bessarabia during
the 19th and mid-20th centuries (Kishinev/ Chisinau, Orgeyev/Orhei,
Calarasi/Kalarash, Kishinev/Chisinau and other cities).
Most of the family is now living in Israel with one branch in the United States.
If anyone has any information on this family name or has this name in their family
tree please contact me privately at tlasky@... There are no listings in JGFF
or in the JG Family tree.

Terry Lasky
Colorado, USA

Researching: BERLYANCHIK/BERLIANTZEK: Bessarabia, Israel (Orhei, Chisinau,
Calarasi)ZINGERMAN/SINGERMAN: Bessarabia (Orhei, Chisinau) ZASLAWSKY: Ukraine
(Tetiev) GOLDSTEIN / FRIEDMAN: Bessarabia & Ukraine (Orhei, Sadgura)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BELMAS Family #general

Dajana Grujic <dajanagrujic@...>
 

Dear Friends,
My name is Dajana Grujic and I have recently joined Jewish Geneology in order to
try and find my paternal grandmother's family. I do not have much information and
I am not even sure if the spelling of the family name is BELMAS.
Her name was Anka Belmas and she was born in Poland in 1925. That part of Poland,
apparently, became a part of either Belarus or Ukraine, after the WWII.
My grandmother was 14 when she was separated >from her family and taken to forced
labour camp in Germany. At some point, she met my Serbian grandfather and after
being liberated they came back to Serbia together. They had my father in 1945. and
my uncle in 1948.
Five years into their marriage my grandfather died and it was around that time
that she tried to find if there were any survivorsof her family, but without any
luck.
She rarely talked about her Jewish haritage, family or past, so my father and
uncle could not learn about it.
She died in 1984 (I was 9 years old) and with that, it seemed, every chance of
finding her family died too.
It was or a while now that I was preparing to start searching for them myself - so
this is my first attempt.
I would greatly appreciate if any of you could help me either with some
information or an advice.
Thank you in advance.
Dajana Grujic-Smith, London
***
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JewishGen FAQs and the list of JewishGen InfoFiles at
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html and
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/ for research suggestions and resources.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BERLYANCHIK (BERLIANTZEK) Family Name #general

Terry Lasky <tlasky@...>
 

I am researching the family name of BERLYANCHIK (BERLIANTZEK and other
variations). I have never found another person who is researching this name or
has this name anywhere in their family tree. The family was in Bessarabia during
the 19th and mid-20th centuries (Kishinev/ Chisinau, Orgeyev/Orhei,
Calarasi/Kalarash, Kishinev/Chisinau and other cities).
Most of the family is now living in Israel with one branch in the United States.
If anyone has any information on this family name or has this name in their family
tree please contact me privately at tlasky@... There are no listings in JGFF
or in the JG Family tree.

Terry Lasky
Colorado, USA

Researching: BERLYANCHIK/BERLIANTZEK: Bessarabia, Israel (Orhei, Chisinau,
Calarasi)ZINGERMAN/SINGERMAN: Bessarabia (Orhei, Chisinau) ZASLAWSKY: Ukraine
(Tetiev) GOLDSTEIN / FRIEDMAN: Bessarabia & Ukraine (Orhei, Sadgura)


Re: 1901 military passport #general

katie sobol <ak2727@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners:

To view this 1901 Military Passport, please go to:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/archive.asp and type in ViewMate #2187.
It is in the Archives.

Thank you,
Katie Sobol

I have a copy of an old military passport of my grandfather's >from 1901,
which states he was posted in Lemberg, Austria, today it is Lviv, Ukraine.
Does anyone know what army this was? Is it mentioned in a book somewhere?
I'm not even sure where to start looking. Thank you for any help.


Viewmate: Translation Help #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

Subject: Viewmate Images

Genners: I have posted two images on Viewmate. Can you help with translation?
VM 5415 A record of an 1838 birth in Tuszyn. Polish with Hebrew notes.
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=5415

VM 5416 Five closing lines >from a wedding record. The document is >from 1860 also
in Polish manuscript as well as Hebrew. Does a translation give words that show
how come they're present?
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=5416

My hope is that this can be viewed with program that allows reader to discern each
line. Your help is certainly appreciated.

Burt Hecht