THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 7, 1969-25
Detroiters H. L. Miller, Berenholz
Acquire Half Interest in Bliss-Israel
The sale of 50 per cent of the
capital stock of E. W. Bliss (Israel)
Ltd. to two Detroiters was an-
nounced in Canton, 0., by Carl E.
Anderson, chairman and president
of the parent E. W. Bliss Co.
The half interest was acquired
jointly by industrialist Henry L.
Miller and Gustav Berenholz, who
will assume active management of
the Netanya firm. Terms were not
The partners have extensive ex-
perience in the metalworking in-
dustry, both in the United States
and in other countries. Presently
they own and operate Nelson In-
dustries, Inc., and Pressmatic
Held at Adas Shalom
Corp., both of Detroit, producers
of tools and dies, metal stampings
and other products. In the 50s,
Miller founded a successful ma-
chine tool manufacturing firm in
Tel Aviv. Berenholz has been
active in the Detroit area metal-
working industry for many years.
Anderson said that working
with the new partners, Bliss-
Israel will assume a larger role
in Israel's economy.
E. W. Bliss (Israel) Ltd. was
formed in 1963 as a wholly-owned
subsidiary of the E. W. Bliss Co.
The $1,200,000 manufacturing plant
in Netanya, commenced operations
the following year. It is equipped
with machine tools and other
manufacturing equipment that
rank among the heaviest in the
Middle East. Bliss (Israel) recent-
ly completed difficult manufactur-
ing contracts for components of
the desalinization plant in Eilat.
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MRS. LAWRENCE MILLMAN
Barbara Lynn Raznick and Law-
rence Ira Millman were united in
marriage recently at Adas Shalom
Synagogue. Rabbis Jacob E. Segal
and Benjamin H. Gorrelick offic-
The couple's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Herman L. Raznick of
Brooks Lane Rd., Southfield, and
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Millman of
Adrian Rd., Southfield.
The bride wore peau de sole
gown with a wedding ring collar,
short sleeves and Empire bodice
of hand corded Akncon lace.
Motifs of matching lace were ap-
pliqued with pearls on the floor
length skirt falling into a chapel
train. She carried baby's breath
and roses on her confirmation
Margi Millman, sister of the
bridegroom, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Barbara Raz-
nick, Nancy Raznick, Joanne
Goodfriend, Barbara Studoto and
Barry Grant was best man. Ush-
ers were Alan, Fred and David
Raznick, brothers of the bride,
Jerry Lewis and Bruce Karp.
Following a Nassau-Miami Beach
honeymoon, the couple will live in
A comprehensive curriculum for
educating mentally retarded chil-
dren and youth, being developed
by Yeshiva University's Ferkauf
Graduate School of Humanities and
Social Sciences and the New York
State Department of Education, is
now being fully tested in 170 cities,
The curriculum, developed
through a grant from the U.S.
Office of Education Bureau for the
Education of the Handicapped, is
innovative in its stress on "social
learning," designed to prepare a
mentally retarded person to deal
with the problems he will face as
According to Dr. Herbert Gold-
stein, director of the Curriculum
Center for the Mentally Retarded,
"The first reports from the field-
test classes are now coming in.
The teachers are very positive
about the value of the curriculum.
A fuller analysis will be available
in the spring."
In these 408 field-test classes,
some 6,000 retarded children, with
a chronological age range of 6-9,
are taking part in instruction from
the materials prepared by the
The field tests are under the
coordination of George Mischio,
director of the center. Evaluation
of the experimental curriculum is
being directed by Dr. Tse-Chi Hsu,
and his associate, Gerald I. Mel-
Dr. Hsu is planning the construc-
tion of an achievement test of the
Social Learning Abilities of retard-
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David Teitlebaum (right), vice
chairman of the Detroit Israel
Histadrut Campaign, has become
a member of the Histadrut
Foundation Associates—men and
women who wish to help
strengthen the social welfare
institutions of Histadrut in Israel
through the program of the
American Histadrut Development
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chairman of the Detroit Israel
Miss Orkin, Mr. Lipson
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the engagement of their daughter
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of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot N. Lipson
^cF. Lafayette Ave.
The bride-elect was graduated
from the University of Michigan
with a degree in physical therapy.
Mr. Lipson attends the U. of M.
School of Law.
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