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Salsberg and also
Salsberg was also involved in a variety of cultural activities, including Yiddish-language programs.
Notable contributors to the newspaper have included J. B. Salsberg, who was a featured columnist in the newspaper for several decades until shortly before his death in 1998, and Rabbi Gunther Plaut, who also contributed a weekly column for many years.

Salsberg and Labour
Two members of the banned Communist Party of Ontario running as " Labour " candidates won seats in the Legislature for the first time in this election: A. A. MacLeod in the Toronto riding of Bellwoods, and J. B. Salsberg in the Toronto riding of St. Andrews.

Salsberg and age
Born in Lugov, in what is now Poland, Salsberg emigrated to Canada with his parents in 1913 at age 11, settling in Toronto.

Salsberg and was
As well, the party was riven by a crisis following the return of prominent party member J. B. Salsberg from a trip to the Soviet Union where he found rampant party-sponsored antisemitism.
) Salsberg ( November 5, 1903-1998 ) was a Canadian politician, longtime Communist and activist in the Jewish community.
He attained further prominence in this role ; Canadian historian Irving Abella later wrote that Salsberg was known as the " Commissar " of Southern Ontario's trade union movement.
Salsberg was elected alongside fellow LPPer A. A. MacLeod who represented the neighbouring riding of Bellwoods.
Salsberg was a popular MPP inside and outside the house and was respected by members of all parties.
Leslie Frost, the province's Progressive Conservative Premier from 1949 to 1961, respected Salsberg's abilities as a parliamentarian ; it has even been reported that Frost was willing to offer Salsberg a cabinet position if he defected to the Progressive Conservative Party.
Salsberg was the sole communist in the Legislature after the 1951 election in which MacLeod lost his seat.
Salsberg eulogized Stalin on the house floor when the Soviet leader died in 1953 and this speech was used against him in the 1955 election campaign when he was defeated by Progressive Conservative Allan Grossman.
Subsequently, he tried to play a balancing role between the Tim Buck's Stalinist faction and the party majority headed by Finnish, Ukrainian and Jewish groups of which J. B. Salsberg was a notable figure.
His colleague, J. B. Salsberg, was elected in the neighbouring riding of St. Andrew.
Meanwhile, Salsberg had started another hobbyist magazine, Modern Electronics ; and Mims wrote a monthly column and was a contributing editor.
One seat was won by J. B. Salsberg of the Labour-Progressive Party ( which was the Communist Party of Ontario ).
The Labour-Progressive Party ( which was the Communist Party ) lost its last remaining seat with the defeat of J. B. Salsberg.
Several days following the election the Labour-Progressive Party was officially formed and Salsberg and MacLeod agreed to sit in the legislature as the party's representatives.

Salsberg and for
In 1932, Salsberg became the Southern Ontario district organizer for the Workers Unity League, a communist-led group which sought to replace Canada's traditional craft unions with industrial unions.
Salsberg had for several years been concerned with official anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union, and had confronted Canadian Communist leader Tim Buck on the subject as early as 1939.
The late 1950s were a period of tragedy for Salsberg: in addition to losing his belief in communism ( and his seat in the legislature ), his wife Dora died in 1959.
MacLeod and Salsberg were re-elected in the 1945 provincial election and 1948 Ontario provincial election but lost his seat in the 1951 election-Salsberg remained as the sole LPP MPP for a term until his defeat in the following election.
B. Salsberg for the downtown Toronto riding of St. Andrew Grossman won, defeating the last Communist in the Ontario legislature.
He once ran for public office losing to Communist J. B. Salsberg of the Labour-Progressive Party after World War II.

Salsberg and Canadian
Salsberg later rejoined the Canadian Jewish Congress ( which had previously expelled its Communist members ).

Salsberg and Jewish
Ultimately, the crisis resulted in the departure of the United Jewish Peoples ' Order, Salsberg, Robert Laxer and most of the party's Jewish members in 1956.
Salsberg reported back to the Labor-Progressive Party and an allied organization, the United Jewish Peoples ' Order on his findings.

Salsberg and until
Using the name Labour-Progressive Party, the group won two seats in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario: A. A. MacLeod and J. B. Salsberg served as Members of Provincial Parliament ( MPPs ) from 1943 until 1951 and 1955 respectively.
J. B. Salsberg of the Labor-Progressive Party represented the riding from the 1943 election until his defeat in the 1955 election.

Salsberg and .
In 1974, Art Salsberg became editor of Popular Electronics.
* A. A. MacLeod and J. B. Salsberg were LPP members of the Ontario legislature.
Salsberg reported his findings but they were rejected by the party, which initially suspended him from its leading bodies.
B. Salsberg.
Heckled by adversaries as a puppet of Joseph Stalin, Salsberg joked that "" You're right.

also and returned
In this line, Mohamed Temam, Abdelkhader Houamel have also returned through this art, scenes from the history of the country, the habits and customs of the past and the country life.
After this deed he fled to Talmai, the king of Geshur () ( see also or ), his maternal grandfather, and it was not until three years later that he was fully reinstated in his father's favour and finally returned to Jerusalem.
Following the rise of the Taliban in 1996, Massoud, who rejected the Taliban's fundamentalist interpretation of Islam, returned to the armed opposition, serving as the military and political leader of the United Islamic Front ( also known in the West as Northern Alliance ).
It is also the subject of increasing academic study and a small number of his operas have returned to the stage.
It also means that in the case of an irregularity or dispute over a hand before the cards are returned to the board, they can be reviewed and it can be determined who played which cards in what order.
White emigres who had returned due to pledges of amnesty were also sent directly to the Gulag, as were Jews from the Anti-Fascist Committee and other organizations.
" The tour lasted 21 months, and the troupe — which also included Stan Laurel of later Laurel and Hardy fame — returned to England in June 1912.
Many of the Yakoma soldiers who left the country after the mutinies in 1996 – 1997 have now returned and must also be reintegrated into the army.
In 1987 Charlton also returned to Wembley for the first time since the 1947 FA Cup final for the Full Members Cup final against Blackburn.
This also applies when the defence scores on a turnover which is returned for a touchdown — technically, they become the offence until the conclusion of the play, and the scoring team must still kickoff.
Enrollment was also extended to those without dependents ; orphans could make an " enrollee deposit " with the Army finance officer earning 5 % interest returned in full at discharge or in emergency.
The island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea also belongs to this group, but returned to Danish rule in 1660.
In the spring of 1882, Hermann Minkowski ( two years younger than Hilbert and also a native of Königsberg but so talented he had graduated early from his gymnasium and gone to Berlin for three semesters ), returned to Königsberg and entered the university.
She also returned to number one on the country charts later in 2005 by lending her distinctive harmonies to the Brad Paisley ballad, " When I Get Where I'm Goin '".
In 1988 he returned to Bloomington as " College of Arts and Sciences Professor " in both cognitive science and computer science, and also was appointed adjunct professor of history and philosophy of science, philosophy, comparative literature, and psychology, but he states that his involvement with most of these departments is nominal.
Arnaz and Ball's marriage ( 1940 ) was turbulent, and convinced that Arnaz was being unfaithful to her, and also because Desi came home drunk several times, Ball filed for divorce in September 1944, but returned to him before the interlocutory decree became final.
Kaye also later stated that he never returned to the venue because there was no way to re-create the magic of that time.
One is located at the Bellagio on the Las Vegas Strip, List of stores from the Bellagio hotel / casino website the other at the MGM Grand Casino in Macau. Press release by MGM Macau mentioning Chihuly shop ( search for " Chihuly retail ") A number of other galleries also carry his pieces. In 1983 Chihuly returned to his native Pacific Northwest where he continued to develop his own work at the Pilchuck Glass School, which he had helped to found in 1971.
Jones also returned to theater several times after the Monkees.
During his time in Canada, Sapir also acted as an advocate for Indigenous rights, arguing publicly for introduction of better medical care for Indigenous communities, and assisting the Six Nation Iroquois in trying to recover eleven wampum belts that had been stolen from the reservation and were on display in the museum of the University of Pennsylvania, the belts were only returned to the Iroquois in 1988.
Munch returned to Christiania in 1897 where he also received grudging acceptance, where one critic wrote, " A fair number of these pictures have been exhibited before.
Kammu also sponsored the travels of the monks Saichō and Kūkai to China, from where they returned to found the Japanese branches of, respectively, Tendai and Shingon Buddhism.
However, it was also important that the body of the deceased be preserved, as the Egyptians believed that the ba returned to its body each night to receive new life, before emerging in the morning as an akh.
By 4 July, the Australian 9th Division had entered the line in the north, and on 9 July Indian 5th Infantry Brigade also returned taking over the Ruweisat position.
He also appeared in three major TV specials: New York, New York ( 1966 ), The Julie Andrews ' Show ( 1965 ), and Jack and the Beanstalk ( 1967 ) a show he produced and directed which returned to a combination of cartoon animation with live dance, winning him an Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Program.

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