Re: Rescue at TRINACO ref { [Cz-L] Rescue Operation by Cornel Dumitrescu }

From: Berti Glaubach <>
Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2017 16:59:38 +0200
Reply-To: Berti Glaubach <>


Hello Abraham,

As you probably know we had In 2006 a reunion in Cz.

My friend who is also your uncle Mendush wanted to restore his father's
(your grandfathers) grave.
I gave the work to a local resident who did both my grandmother's and your
There were some bureaucratic problems with the local directrice of both
cemeteries, Christian and Jewish, and I had to declare that Noah Weinblum
was my grandfather through my mother. Everything went smoothly afterwards.
The original beautiful stone had been destroyed long ago, the new is a
simple one. At the time both your uncle and I were a little skeptic about
the further maintenance of the cemetery, our friend Mimi Taylor had just
started her activity. As you read this site's correspondence you are
probably informed about the situation to-day.

In case you did not receive from Mendush more details, I attach photos and
placement of the grave,
Best, Berti.

On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 11:53 PM, Abraham Enav <> wrote:

> Dear List Members,
> My name is Abraham Enav former Abraham Weinblum, born in Czernowitz in
> 1939.
> I am one of the silent members of the C-list that reads most of the
> e-mails that reaches me.
> This is the first time I have information to contribute.
> My grandfather Noah Weinblum came to Czernowitz from Poland and in 1916
> became
> a partner of the TRINACO factory that had 400 employees producing
> textile products.
> Our family survived the WW2 in Czernowitz and we left the city in the
> fall of 1944 for Bucharest, and later emigrated to Israel in 1950.
> In 1966 I emigrated with my young family to the US where I reside since.
> The story about TRICOTANIA has repeated itself in away with the 400
> employees
> My grandfather Noah Weinblum, my father Solomon Weinblum and my uncles
> worked feverishly during that period of WW2, to employ as many Jewish
> people
> as possible.
> Textile product the factory produced were in demand in war time and
> the jobs in the factory offered security to Jewish employees and
> their family and where not deported.
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