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April 12, 1991 - Image 129

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-12

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SAY
IT
WITH
- TREES

general co-chairman of the
Allied Jewish Campaign. He
was also a life member of the
NAACP and the American
Civil Liberties Union.
He leaves his children,
Steven and Joan of Chicago,
Fred and Diane of Seattle;
nephews, Thomas Grossman
and James Grossman; niece
Mary Serlin.

a.

Julius Smith,
Pharmacist

Julius Harold Smith, 69, of
West Bloomfield, died April 7.
Mr. Smith was a member of
Congregation B'nai Moshe,
worked for Cunningham
Drug Store and owned his
own store before retiring
eight years ago. He belonged
to Alpha Leta Omega Phar-
maceutical Fraternity and
was a member of B'nai B'rith.
He is survived by his wife,
Sarah; son, Allan of West
Bloomfield; daughter and
son-in-law, Dr. Sema Bayla
and Rabbi Gabriel Ben-Or of
Chicago; one granddaughter.

Labor Leader
Chaikin Dies

New York (JTA) — Sol
Chaikin, a labor organizer
who fought sweatshops, im-
ports and dwindling union
membership during a 50-
year career devoted almost
entirely to improving the lot
of garment workers, died
here April 1 of heart failure
at the age of 73.
The New York-born union
leader who graduated from
City College and Brooklyn
Law School headed the
International Ladies Gar-
ment Workers Union from
1975 to 1986.
Although Mr. Chaikin
sought to raise public
awareness of the loss of jobs
to foreign competition, IL-
GWU membership was down
to 220,000 when he retired.
It currently has about
175,000 members.
As ILGWU president, Mr.
Chaikin led the fight to
eliminate sweatshops in
New York's Chinatown and
elsewhere that employed
new immigrants at substan-
dard wages.
Mr. Chaikin joined the
union as an organizer in
1940. He served in the U.S.
Air Force during World War
II and returned to the gar-
ment workers afterwards to
work as an organizer in New
England and later in the
Southwest.
He was elected interna-
tional vice president of the
ILGWU in 1973.

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