THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Gad Rosenbaum, an advocate
for Yiddish literature, died Feb.
26 at age 95.
Mr. Rosenbaum began as a
locksmith and later was the co-
founder of Acorn Iron Works, Inc.
In 1979, he was given the Cele-
bration of Life Award of the
American College of Nursing
Home Administrators as the "out-
standing nursing home resident
of the year" for all of North
He was a lifelong member of
Branch 156, Workmen's Circle.
Mr. Rosenbaum is survived by a
son, Edward; two daughters, Mrs.
David (Ida) Kost of Deerfield Be-
ach, Fla., and Mrs. Yuda (Berta)
Golahny of Newton, Mass.; a sis-
ter, Machla Dzien of France; six
grandchildren and two great-
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Florence Bloomgarden, a life
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A native of Chicago, Mrs.
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