Michal Hornstein

Michal Hornstein, CM GOQ (September 17, 1920 – April 25, 2016) was a Polish-born Canadian businessman, art collector and philanthropist.

Born in Tarnów, Poland and raised in Kraków, he was captured by the German army during World War II forced onto a train and deported to Auschwitz. However, before the train reached the notorious concentration camp, though, Hornstein jumped from its side. He spent the rest of the war — which claimed the lives of innumerable of his family members and friends — hiding from the Nazis in the forests of Czechoslovakia and living in Budapest before decamping for Bratislava.

In Bratislava, he met Renata Witelson, another Polish Jew fleeing Nazi persecution. Witelson had spent much of the war in hiding — in the Warsaw ghetto, in a convent, with a Polish family and in safe houses. It was in one of those safe houses that the couple met. In 1946, they were married in Rome. He immigrated to Canada in 1951, at the encouragement of the Canadian ambassador to Italy, whom they had befriended, and relocated to Montreal. He became a citizen in 1957. He founded the company, Federal Construction Ltd., a real estate company, where he made his fortune and remained president of the company until his final days.

The Hornstein became prominent patrons of major Montreal institutions, including hospitals and universities. But the couple is most closely associated with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA). Michal Hornstein had served on its board of trustees, almost continuously, since 1970. He also played an important role raising funds for the museum’s collection, amassing a vast collection of Renaissance paintings and helped raise millions that went toward restoring and expanding the museum. Michal Hornstein contributed to the collection himself, donating some 420 works of art, and played a role in the acquisition of 23 others. In 2012, the couple announced it was donating its collection of 75 Old Master paintings to the museum, a gift estimated to be worth $75 million. The MMFA described it as the largest ever private donation to a Quebec museum. The Old Masters collection is to be housed in the Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace, which is scheduled to open in early November 2016. The couple’s name also graces an existing pavilion, which houses galleries dedicated to Asian and Islamic art.

The Hornsteins also donated money to education and health care, namely the Montreal Heart Institute, the Montreal General Hospital, Hôpital Notre Dame and the Jewish General Hospital.

On Wednesday, June 11, 2014 at the John Molson School of Business’ spring convocation ceremony, Concordia University conferred upon Michal and Renata Hornstein honorary doctorates in recognition of their lifetime of philanthropy.

Hornstein died at his home in Montreal, Quebec on April 25, 2016, aged 95.

In 1984 he was made a Member of the Order of Canada. In 1993 he was made a Knight of the National Order of Quebec, promoted to Officer in 2002 and Grand Officer in 2013.

Harpal Tiwana

Harpal Singh Tiwana (born 8 August 1935 in District Ludhiana Punjab) was one of the most prominent Punjabi playwrights of all time.

His two ventures into film making Long Da Lishkara and Diva bale Sari Raat became landmarks in Punjabi cinema. He also directed two television productions – Sanjhi Deewar and an unfinished project on Maharaja Ranjit singh.

His famous plays include Sirhind di Deewar. He established Punjab Kala Manch at Patiala along with his wife to promote local artists. Both Tiwana and his wife Neena Tiwana are graduates from National School of Drama. Neena Tiwana and his son Manpal Tiwana are also playing a key role in promoting the theatre in Punjab.

Harpal died in a road accident near Palampur in Himachal Pradesh, on 19 May 2002, was cremated at Badungar cremation ground at Patiala.

Harpal Tiwana Foundation was set up in the memory of great Punjabi theater personality after his death.

Аламбай (станция)

Аламба́й — населённый пункт типа «станция» в Заринском районе Алтайского края России. Административный центр сельского поселения «Аламбайский сельсовет». Население — 723 человека (2009). Относится к числу труднодоступных и отдаленных местностей.

Станция находится на северо-востоке Алтайского края, в восточной части Заринского района, на административной границе с Кемеровской областью. Абсолютная высота — 214 метров над уровнем моря. Расстояние до районного центра (города Заринск) — 70 км.

В Аламбае имеется средняя общеобразовательная школа (МКОУ «Аламбайская СОШ»), дом культуры, лесхоз, а также одноимённая железнодорожная станция Алтайского отделения Западно-Сибирской железной дороги.
Улицы: 9 Околоток, Аламбайская, Алтайская, Комсомольская, Ленина, Нагорная, Первомайская, Привокзальная, Салаирская, Строителей, Титова, Трубная.

Районный центр: Заринск
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Fantinus

Fantinus (Italian: Fantino) (c. 927–1000) was an Italian saint. He is sometimes called Fantinus of Calabria or Fantinus the Younger (Fantino il Giovane) to distinguish him from Fantinus the Wonderworker (or the Elder), an earlier Calabrian saint.

Born in Calabria in a locality described as being the „closest to Sicily“, Fantinus was introduced as a child to Saint Elias the Cave-Dweller. Fantinus‘ parents were named George and Vriena. Fantinus‘ spiritual education was entrusted to Elias, and Fantinus became a monk at the age of thirteen and worked as a cook and afterwards as a porter. At the age of thirty-three, he became a hermit in the region of Mount Mercurion in the north of Calabria. There, many monasteries and hermitages had been established under the Basilian rule. Fantinus lived a life of extreme asceticism, eating only raw vegetables, and occupying his time copying manuscripts. He also experienced a vision of heaven and hell.

Fantinus lived both as a hermit and as a monk and abbot. He subsequently convinced his aged parents, as well as his two brothers, Luke and Cosmas, and sister Caterina, to enter the monastic life. When he became a hermit, he left his brother Lucas in charge of the monastery for men he had founded. Though a hermit, he often returned from the wild in order to serve as a guide and spiritual teacher to disciples, such as Nilus the Younger and Nicodemus of Mammola.

The monastery he founded was destroyed by Muslim raiders during Fantinus‘ lifetime. But Fantinus was told by an angel to preach in Greece. He left Calabria with two disciples, Vitalis and Nicephorus. During the voyage, the ship ran out of drinking water. Fantinus is said to have made the sign of the cross over a container filled with seawater and miraculously converted it into drinkable water. Fantinus visited Corinth, Athens, and Larissa, where he lived near the sepulcher of Saint Achillius of Larissa. He lived for four months in a monastery dedicated to Saint Menas near Thessalonica, and then lived outside of the city walls of that city. In Thessalonica itself, he cured the sick and caused a corrupt judge to repent of his sins. He was also given credit for preventing a Bulgarian capture of the city.

Fantinus died in Greece.

Jeremejewit

Jeremejewit ist ein selten vorkommendes Mineral aus der Mineralklasse der „Borate“ (ehemals „Carbonate, Nitrate und Borate“, siehe Klassifikation). Es kristallisiert im hexagonalen Kristallsystem mit der chemischen Zusammensetzung Al6[(F,OH)3|(BO3)5] und entwickelt meist nadelige bis prismatische Kristalle mit hexagonalem Habitus, die entweder farblos oder durch Fremdbeimengungen von blauer oder gelbbrauner Farbe sind.

Erste farblose Kristalle wurden im Pegmatit des Soktuj Gora im Adun-Cholon-Gebirge bei Nertschinsk in der russischen Region Transbaikalien gefunden und 1883 von dem französischen Mineralogen Augustin Alexis Damour beschrieben, der das Mineral zu Ehren des russischen Mineralogen, Kristallographen und Ingenieurs Pawel Wladimirowich Jeremejew (1830–1899) nach diesem benannte.

In der mittlerweile veralteten, aber noch gebräuchlichen 8. Auflage der Mineralsystematik nach Strunz gehörte der Jeremejewit zur gemeinsamen Mineralklasse der „Carbonate, Nitrate und Borate“ und dort zur Abteilung der „Inselborate“, wo er zusammen mit Fluoborit, Karlit und Painit eine eigenständige Gruppe bildete.

Die seit 2001 gültige und von der International Mineralogical Association (IMA) verwendete 9. Auflage der Strunz’schen Mineralsystematik ordnet den Jeremejewit in die neue Klasse der „Borate“ und dort in die Abteilung der „Monoborate“ ein. Diese Abteilung ist allerdings weiter unterteilt nach dem Aufbau des Boratkomplexes und der möglichen Anwesenheit weitere Anionen, so dass das Mineral entsprechend seiner Zusammensetzung in der Unterabteilung „BO3 mit zusätzlichen Anionen; 1(D) + OH usw.“ zu finden ist, wo es als einziges Mitglied die unbenannte Gruppe 6.AB.15 bildet.

Die Systematik der Minerale nach Dana ordnet den Jeremejewit wie die alte Strunz’sche Systematik in die Klasse der „Carbonate, Nitrate und Borate“, dort allerdings in die Abteilung der „Wasserfreien Borate mit Hydroxyl oder Halogen“. Hier ist er einziges Mitglied der unbenannten Gruppe 25.08.01 innerhalb der Unterabteilung „Wasserfreie Borate mit Hydroxyl oder Halogen“ zu finden.

Jeremejewit kristallisiert hexagonal in der Raumgruppe P63/m (Raumgruppen-Nr. 176) mit den Gitterparametern a = 8,56 Å und c = 8,18 Å sowie 2 Formeleinheiten pro Elementarzelle.

Die meisten der intensiv blauen Jeremejewite haben keine exakten Kanten und Kristallflächen. Jeremejewit-Kristalle können bis zu ca. 6 cm lang und ca. 5 mm dick sein, aber auch nadelartig und ca. 1 mm dünn. Viele Kristalle werden zum oberen Ende hin etwas schmaler. Größere Kristalle, die noch auf der Matrix sitzen, sind selten. Der Grund hierfür ist noch unbekannt.

Jeremejewit hat piezoelektrische Eigenschaften, das heißt durch wechselnde elastische Verformung baut sich wie auch beim bekannten Quarz im Kristall eine elektrische Spannung auf.

Jeremejewit bildet sich durch hydrothermale Vorgänge in granitischen Pegmatiten. Begleitminerale sind unter anderem Albit, Turmaline, Quarz und Gips.

Weltweit konnte Jeremejewit bisher an 13 Fundorten nachgewiesen werden. In Deutschland trat das Mineral an mehreren Orten der Eifel zutage: Am Nickenicher Sattel bei Eich (Andernach), am Emmelberg bei Üdersdorf, am Niveligsberg bei Drees, am Rothenberg bei Bell, am Herchenberg bei Burgbrohl und am Wannenköpfe bei Ochtendung.

Weitere Fundorte sind neben der Typlokalität Soktuj Gora in Russland noch die „Pantahole Mine“ bei Momeik in der burmesischen Mandalay-Division; Madagaskar; mehrere Orte in der namibischen Region Erongo sowie Chorugh (Khorog) in Tadschikistan.

Jeremejewit-Kristalle können farblos, hautfarben, gelblich, blaugrün, violett oder blau sein. Die seltenste und wertvollste Farbe ist ein sattes Kornblumenblau. Hell- oder mittelblaue Kristalle sind ebenfalls sehr gesucht. Einige farblose oder hellblaue Kristalle gehen im unteren Bereich allmählich in ein tieferes Blau über.

Wie bei anderen Schmucksteinen hängt der Wert eines Jeremejewiten vor allem von der Reinheit, der Farbe und dem Gewicht ab: Die wertvollsten Steine sollten augenrein bzw. lupenrein sein, eine intensiv kornblumenblaue Farbe haben und groß (> 1 Karat) sein. Jeremejewite sind üblicherweise im Baguette- oder Smaragdschliff facettiert, werden aber auch oval facettiert angeboten.

Hautfarbene Jeremejewite, 1.97ct und 0.84ct aus Mogok, Myanmar

Blauer Jeremejewit, 0.80ct aus Namibia

Schwach grünlicher Jeremejewit,0.93ct aus Namibia

Centre 200

Cape Breton Screaming Eagles (QMJHL, seit 1997)
Cape Breton Islanders (MJAHL, 1996–1997)
Cape Breton Oilers (AHL, 1988–1996)
Cape Breton Breakers (NBL, 1993–1994)

Centre 200 ist der Name einer großen Sporthalle, die sich in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Kanada befindet. In der Halle werden derzeit die Heimspiele der Cape Breton Screaming Eagles ausgetragen, die in der QMJHL spielen. Von 1988 bis 1996 war dort allerdings bis zum Umzug nach Hamilton (Ontario), das Eishockeyteam Cape Breton Oilers beheimatet, die in der American Hockey League spielten. In den Jahren 1993 und 1994 war außerdem das Basketballteam Cape Breton Breakers dort beheimatet, die in der National Basketball League spielen. Die Arena hat eine Sitzkapazität für 4881 Personen.

Das Centre 200 war eine wichtige Sportstätte der Canada Winter Games im Jahr 1987. Die Halle wurde zu Ehren der bis dato 200-jährigen Gründung der Stadt Sydney benannt. Das Gebäude war somit ein Jahrhundertprojekt für die Stadt.

K. C. Irving Regional Centre (Acadie–Bathurst) | Centre Henry-Leonard (Baie-Comeau) | Centre d’Excellence Sports Rousseau (Blainville-Boisbriand) | Centre 200 (Cape Breton) | Centre Georges-Vézina (Chicoutimi) | Centre Marcel Dionne (Drummondville) | Centre Robert-Guertin (Gatineau) | Scotiabank Centre (Halifax) | Moncton Coliseum (Moncton) | Charlottetown Civic Centre (P.E.I.) | Centre Vidéotron (Québec) | Colisée de Rimouski (Rimouski) | Aréna Iamgold (Rouyn-Noranda) | Harbour Station (Saint John) | Centre Bionest de Shawinigan (Shawinigan) | Palais des Sports Léopold-Drolet (Sherbrooke) | Centre Air Creebec (Val-d’Or) | Colisée Desjardins (Victoriaville)

Enevo

Enevo (Enevo Oy in Finland) is a Finnish provider of intelligent wireless sensors that measure and forecast fill-levels in waste containers in order to optimize collection intervals and routes based on this data. The underlying idea is to generate economically optimal routes and schedules for waste trucks so that they can drive less while picking up more trash. The company estimates that it can reduce waste collection costs by up to 50%. Enevo rents its sensors for a monthly fee to big and small municipalities. The company is active in 25 countries.

Enevo was founded in 2010 and is led by Fredrik Kekäläinen and Johan Engström.

In April 2013 Enevo raised €2 million ($2.6 million) in funding from Finnish Industry Investment and Lifeline Ventures to fuel international growth.

In November 2013 the company announced it had signed service contracts with waste management companies in Finland, Norway and Denmark.

In August 2014 the company announced that it had raised $8 million from Earlybird, Lifeline Ventures, Finnish Industry Investment, Draper Associates and Risto Siilasmaa, among others. The funding will be used to grow and bring the sensor-based waste collection system to global markets.

Isaias W. Hellman

Isaias Wolf Hellman (October 3, 1842 – April 9, 1920) was a German-born American banker and philanthropist, and a founding father of the University of Southern California.

One of three sons and four daughters, Isaias was born in Reckendorf, Bavaria, to German Jewish parents Wolf Hellmann (1815–1884), a master weaver, and Sara Fleischmann (1823–1888). He was educated in German public schools and at the College of Marktbreit, Bavaria. This school was founded by a Jew named Solomon Wohl in 1849. About half the students were gentiles. Isaias and his brother Herman W. Hellman left Hamburg on the steamer Hammonia, arriving in the Los Angeles, California on May 14, 1859 to join their cousins. A third brother James Hellman (1861-1940) also emigrated to Los Angeles. The four sisters were Bertha (b. 1845), Flora (b. 1846), Regina (b. 1848) and Ernestine (b. 1853). Ernestine married a wealthy cattle merchant named Schloss. Hellman went to work as a clerk in his cousins‘ dry goods store, and learned how to speak Spanish. He opened his own dry goods store in April 1865 on the Baker Block.

Hellman became Los Angeles‘ first banker almost by accident. As a courtesy, he stored his customers‘ gold and valuables in a safe. One day, Hellman got into an altercation with a customer who had been coming in and out of the store gloriously drunk, withdrawing gold each time from a pouch stored in the safe. When the man sobered up, he was angry to discover he had spent most of his funds, and he lunged at Hellman. That interaction prompted Hellman to stop his informal banking operations. He got slips printed up that said I.W. Hellman, Banker, and started buying people’s funds and issuing deposit books.

On September 1, 1868, Hellman and Temple founded Hellman, Temple and Co., the fledgling city’s second official bank. In 1871, Hellman and John G. Downey, a former governor of California, formed the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Los Angeles, which became Los Angeles‘ first successful bank. Hellman lent the money that allowed Harrison Gray Otis to buy the Los Angeles Times and Edward Doheny and Charles A. Canfield to drill for oil.

Hellman was also a major investor in trolley lines, putting in funds in 1874 to start the Main Street and Agricultural Park Railway, which traveled from the Plaza, the heart of Los Angeles’s downtown, to Agricultural Park, a popular horse-racing track. Hellman eventually invested in many of the city’s rail lines and with Henry Huntington formed the Los Angeles Railway in 1898 and the Pacific Electric Railway in 1901.

Hellman was also a major investor in Los Angeles’s water, gas and electricity companies, and helped bring Southern Pacific Railroad to Los Angeles in 1876, which ended the isolation of the region. He was president of B’nai B’rith in 1872 when the congregation built the city’s first temple on Fort Street. In 1870, his cousin Isaiah M. Hellman was elected City Treasurer.

Hellman was also a major landowner in Southern California and his holdings included numerous city lots and vast swaths of former rancho land. In 1871, he and a syndicate bought the 13,000-acre (53 km2) Rancho Cucamonga. In 1881, Hellman and members of the Bixby family purchased the 26,000-acre (110 km2) Rancho Los Alamitos (now home to Long Beach and Seal Beach). He also purchased the Repetto Ranch (now Montebello) with Harris Newmark and Kaspare Cohn. Hellman and Downey also bought up swaths of Rancho San Pedro from the Dominguez family. Hellman also owned much of Boyle Heights with William H. Workman.

In 1879, Judge Robert Maclay Widney established a board of trustees to create a new university. Hellman joined the businessman Ozro W. Childs and the former Governor of California John G. Downey in donating valuable land and an endowment to found the University of Southern California.

In 1881, Hellman was appointed a Regents of the University of California to fill the unexpired term of D.O. Mills. He was reappointed twice and served until 1918.

In 1890, Hellman moved to San Francisco to take over the Nevada Bank, which had been formed in 1875 by four men known as the Silver Kings: John MacKay, James Flood, William O’Brien and James Fair. While the bank had once had $10 million in capitalization, it was almost broke by the time Hellman took over. When word got out about Hellman’s involvement, millionaires and capitalists from around the world applied to buy stock. Hellman had $15 million in applications but only $2.5 million in stock to sell. Two of the biggest shareholders included Mayer Lehman of Lehman Brothers ($150,000) and Levi Strauss ($120,000). Other shareholders included men Hellman had grown up with in Reckendorf who had become important businessmen in their own right, including Kalman, Abraham and William Haas, and David Walter.

In 1893, Hellman incorporated the first trust company in California, the Union Trust Company. He was president of the Nevada Bank from 1890 to 1898 and the Nevada National Bank from 1898 to 1905. In 1897, Hellman bought a large parcel of land next to Lake Tahoe where he built a mansion in 1903. He named it Pine Lodge after the sugar pines that dotted the property. His family later sold this land to the state of California, which made the property into Sugar Pine Point State Park.

He also purchased the 35,000-acre (140 km2) Nacimiento Ranch near Paso Robles and stocked it with cattle and horses. In 1905, Hellman merged the Nevada National Bank with Wells Fargo Bank to form the Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, the bank was operated in the residence of Hellman’s son-in-law at 2020 Jackson Street while the headquarters was rebuilt.

At the height of his power, Hellman served as president or director of 17 banks along the Pacific Coast and controlled $100 million in capital.

He married Esther Newgass of New York on April 14, 1870. Her sister, Babette, was married to Mayer Lehman, one of the founders of Lehman Brothers. The couple had three children, including son Isaias William Hellman (1871-1920), Clara (1878-1959) and Florence (1882-1964).

At his death in 1920, Hellman was considered the leading financier of the Pacific Coast. His son and grandson, Isaias Warren Hellman, later became presidents of Wells Fargo Bank. The Union Trust Company was merged with Wells Fargo after his death and the original Farmers and Merchants Bank later merged with Security First National Bank.

Biographies of Hellman include Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California, by Frances Dinkelspiel, his great-great-granddaughter. The 2008 book was on the San Francisco Chronicle bestseller list for five weeks and was reviewed favorably in the publication.

District Atsjchoj-Martanovski

District Atsjchoj-Martanovski (Russisch: Ачхой-Мартановский район; [Atsjchoj-Martanovski rajon], Tsjetsjeens: ТIеьха-Мартан кIошт, Theẋa-Martan khoşt) is een district (rayon) in het zuidwestelijk deel van de Russische autonome republiek Tsjetsjenië.

Het district heeft een oppervlakte van 1050 km², waarvan 629,2 km² landbouwgrond en 28,9 km² industriegebied. Het district had 64.839 inwoners bij de Russische volkstelling van 2002 (56.000 in 1995). Het bestuurlijk centrum is Atsjchoj-Martan.

Het district grenst in het noorden aan het district Soenzjenski, in het noordoosten aan district Groznenski, in het oosten aan district Oeroes-Martanovski en in het zuiden aan district Sjatojski. Geografisch ligt hat aan de noordelijke voet van de Kaukasus. Op het grondgebied van het district stromen de rivieren Assa, Fortanga, Soenzja, Nitchoj, Atsjchoj en Sjalazji. Het gebied is vooral op de landbouw gericht, met graan als belangrijkste product.

Het district heeft een centraal districtziekenhuis in het dorp Atsjchoj-Martan en een districtziekenhuis in het dorp Samasjki.

Bestuurlijk centrum: Grozny
Steden: Argoen · Goedermes · Sjali · Oeroes-Martan
Districten: Atsjchoj-Martanovski · Goedermesski · Groznenski · Itoem-Kalinski · Koertsjalojevski · Nadterezjni · Naoerski · Nozjaj-Joertovski · Oeroes-Martanovski · Soenzjenski · Sjalinski · Sjarojski · Sjatojski · Sjelkovskoj · Vedenski

Friidrett under Sommer-OL 1904 – Sleggekast menn

Sleggekast for menn var en av fire kastøvelser i friidrett under Sommer-OL 1904 i St. Louis. Seks deltakere, alle fra USA, deltok i diskoskastkonkurransen som ble avviklet 19. august 1904. Flanagan ble olympisk mester, han forsvarte sin titel fra forrige OL i Paris.

Gjeldende rekorder før lekene i 1904:

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John Flanagan forbedret sin olympisk rekord til 51,23 meter.

1900: John Flanagan  • 1904: John Flanagan  • 1908: John Flanagan  • 1912: Matt McGrath  • 1920: Patrick Ryan  • 1924: Fred Tootell  • 1928: Pat O’Callaghan  • 1932: Pat O’Callaghan  • 1936: Karl Hein  • 1948: Imre Németh  • 1952: József Csermák  • 1956: Hal Connolly  • 1960: Vasilij Rudenkov  • 1964: Romuald Klim  • 1968: Gyula Zsivótzky  • 1972: Anatolij Bondartsjuk  • 1976: Jurij Sedykh  • 1980: Jurij Sedykh  • 1984: Juha Tiainen  • 1988: Sergej Litvinov  • 1992: Andrej Abduvalijev  • 1996: Balázs Kiss  • 2000: Szymon Ziółkowski  • 2004: Koji Murofushi  • 2008: Primož Kozmus  • 2012: Krisztián Pars  • 2016: Dilshod Nazarov

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