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January 05, 1962 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-05

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U.S. Coast Guard Cites Israeli
Skipper for Rescue Act at Sea

Captain Tuve T. Smolensk
(left), Master of the Zim
Liner Jerusalem, receives a
letter of commendation from
Captain James D. Craik, U.S.
Coast Guard, for the rescue
of a critically injured seaman
from a Spanish freighter in
mid-Atlantic on Nov. 12. Cap-
tain Smolensk, born in Tartu,
Estonia, went to sea as a
young man and settled in
Palestine in 1940. He has
been employed by the Zim
Lines since 1948 and has
served as a ship-Master since
1951. Captain Smolensk is
married and has three chil-
dren. He commands the Jeri'.
salem on a series of winter
cruises to the Caribbean.

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WASHINGTON—While some
elements of the Jewish labor
movement are still operative,
"the jewel which crowned the
movement" — the Big Four
needle trades union — "no
longer consists of large num-
bers of Jewish workers," it was
asserted by Prof. Hyman Ber-
man, historian and members of
the . faculty of the University
of Minnesota, at a joint meet-
ing of the American Historical
Association and the American

Hadera Paper Mills
Begins to Reorganize

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Hollywood, Calif
her Kasha I

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I.13 lb. but
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1/2 lb. mushrooms
1 mediu. onion
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1 cm. gr en pepper
3 cups cooked
2 stall&celery
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1 clove garlic
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Kasha 'N' Gravy
Kasha Soup

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HER

HAD
)—A reorgan-
iz :
of the
'dera paper
Yiaills has been sta d following
agreement by bank: to extend
atorium on he plant's
e s, e new ge al manager
declared this we-.'
Isa har ,Hal r ich said he
inte
d, as p. of the revamp-
plant
-rations, to dis-
posy of its
eign experts and
to make
grew the language
f the
pany's administra-
ion.
aid overseas members
of t
aff would have to learn
He
if they wanted to keep
jobs.
He said he intended to elim-
inate the "atmosphere of fear"
prevailing among staff members
and to liberalize management-
labor relations. He said man-
agement would take a closer in-
terest in employes and their
families.
Among changes in top per-
sonnel, he announced the elim-
ination of the plant's relations
department. He added he per-
sonally would handle the con-
tacts with the press.
The board of directors, he
tated, had decided to maintain
five-and-a-half day work week,
us dispensing with work on
e Sabbath when only mainte-
ance workers would be needed.

Major Research Gains
Reported in '61 by Yivo
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
Yivo Institute for Jewish Re-
search reported in a 1961 year-
end review, • that substantial
gains have been made in its
program of research, document-
ation, ' publication, collection
and preservation of source
materials despite lack of a com-
parable' gain in its financial con-
dition,
The report, issued in connec-
tion with plans .for Yivo's 36th
annual conference which opens
Saturday at Hunter College
here, listed a variety of publica-
tions and plans for research
studies.
A wide variety of basic
search material dealing with
life of the vanished Eur
Jewish communities was
filmed during the year.
A major project no
nder-
way is a study of Jew
activi-
ties and interests of ird-gen-
eration American J
under
the direction of Leib
Lehr
chairman of the Yi
Corn -
sion of Research. T
stud is
a continuation of
similar
udy of second-g e n ration
erican Jews which 11 appear
n.

A. Home for
Be Japanese M

No taste in the w
—so good
be

At Leading Deiicatess
Supermarkets & Rest •

LOS ANGELES, (JTA) —
Japanese municipal official has
said here that a non-profit
home for the aged soon to be
built in Kyoto, Japan, will be
modeled after the Los Angeles
Jewish Home for the Aged.

Kichigi Kamimura, a repre-
sentative of the Kyoto munici-
pal government, came to the
United States to visit a num-
ber of homes for the Aged. He
WILNO KOSHER -
spent most of his time visiting
SALAMI ., FRANKFURTERS. • CORNED' BEEF • BOLOGNA
the Los Angeles Institution and
its director, Maurice J.
J told
Ostomel, that he was so im-
Distributed in Detroit & Michigan by:
pressed the planned to use the
Julius Pollak, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit
Tel: UN 2-5822 institution as a model.

Jewish Historical Society,
here Dec. 28.
"Attempts to as
the

exact proportio
Jewish
members in t
ions have
been thwar
erman tol
the histori
t an educat
guess w d that less t n
10 per nt of the orkers
rently • mployed i thj n
trad • and enrolled n
are ewish.
large prop of the
Un n leadership ow er, co
tin • s to be Je ish, an
fa their Jewish nteres
ave
in 4 eased almost o
same
de: ee that the J' sh mem-
be ip decline.
importance
in
• um
Ber
commended that a
history of the Jewish labor
movement be written "without
fear or favor" with the purpose
of describing "a vibrant ex-
perience of immigrant workers
which clearly affected the his-
tory of this country."
J. B. S. Hardman of New
York, who was for many years
editor of Advance, the official
organ of the Amalgamated
Clothing Workers of America
before his retirement some time
ago, delivered a paper to the
meeting on "Jewish and Non-
Jewish Influences in the Shap-

ovement

in a of the Jewi Labor Move-
n the U ." Dr. Abram
Kanof, preside of the Amer-
ican Jewish
torical Society,
pr: ided.

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