New York (Nov. 13)
A delegation of trade union and employer representatives who were sent to Europe by the Canadian Government to choose 2,000 DP needle ?rades workers as immigrants to the Dominion yesterday reported the successful conclusion of the mission at a special luncheon of the Jewish Labor Committee.
Max Enkin, chairman of the five-man delegation, said that Canada was proud that it had been able to take the lead in promoting the immigration of DP’s to meet its ##wn need for skilled craftsmen. Bernard Shane, another member of the group, declared that there are hundreds of thousands of expert nechanics in the DP camps who could ?nrich other nations. Other members of the group are Samuel Herbst, D. Solomon and ?amuel Posluns.
The delegation spent seven weeks in the camps. Jewish and non-Jewish skilled garment workers were considered on an equal footing in the selection of the Canadian immigrants.