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January 03, 1964 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-03

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Cane Appointed Coordinator of
City Commercial Development

Mayor Cavanagh on Monday
appointed. Irving S. Cane. a
member of the Detroit Housing
Commission, as Coordinator of
the Mayo r' s Committee for
Industrial and Commercial
Development.
Cane will succeed Albert K.
Jacoby, who resigned in No-
vember. T h e
salary is $17,-
442 a year.
Cane was
appointed to
t h e Housing
Commission
last February
by Mayor
Cavanagh. His
appointment
becomes effec-
tive January
13.
Cane
In the meantime, Cane said
he will dispose of his private
and building interests. He is
owner of the Compass Realty
Company and secretary-treas-

Schavers' Graves
Marked; School
to Be Memorial

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Tomb-
stones were set last week over
the graves of Moshe Schaver,
Detroit Labor
Zionist leader,
and those of
his parents in
the Jerusalem
cemetery.
Among the
hundreds who
attended t h e
rites were his
widow, Emma
Schaver, and
Late Morris his son, Isaac,
Schaver h o recited
the Kaddish.
Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's
Foreign Minister, and members
of Parliament also attended.
Later, Mrs. Schaver attended
a ground-breaking ceremony at
Bet Shemesh near Jerusalem
for a Moses Schaver School. Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir
was among those attending that
ceremony.

I M en's Clubs

CONG. SHAAREY ZEDEK
MEN'S CLUB will hold its sec-
ond Sunday Morning Forum
program beginning with serv-
ices 9 a.m. Jan. 12 at the syna-
gogue. Breakfast will follow.
The program will conclude at
11:30, according to Leonard E.
Baron, chairman. Featured will
be a dialogue, "Morality and
The Law," between Judge Vic-
tor J. Baum and Judge Joseph
A. Sullivan, both of the Wayne
County Circuit Court. Co-chair-
man David A. Goldman will
introduce the participants.
Moderator will be Frank Rosen-
baum, co-chairman. The event
is open to paid-up members.
For reservations, call the syna-
gogue. Dues may be paid at
the door.

to Induct
Shevitz Friday. in
Civil Rights Post

Romney

The newly-appointed Mich-
igan Civil Rights Commission
will be sworn into office by
Governor Romney, in the Gov-
ernor's office in Lansing, this
morning. Sidney Shevitz, presi-
dent of the Jewish Commun-
ity Council, is one of the com-
mission members named by
Governor Romney.

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urer of the Fisk Building Com-
pany. He has also resigned
from the Housing Commission.
In appointing Cane, Mayor
Cavanagh said:
"His wide experience in real
estate and building makes Mr.
Cane an ideal man for the job
of industrial and commercial
development. In the coming
year, the city will be moving
ahead rapidly in this field. Mr.
Cane's business background
and the imagination he will
bring to this important work
will be of great benefit to the
city."
Robert D. Knox, secretary-
director of the Housing Com-
mission, pointed out that Cane
was helpful as a commissioner
in getting Elmwood Park 11,
Research Park and Inter-
national Village underway.
Cane, 42, has been in the
real estate business in Detroit
for 10 years. He is a native of
New York City, attended public
schools there and later Rutgers
University.
With the Marines during
World War II, he served on
Guadalcanal and at ougainville
and later with occupation
troops in the Philipines and
China.
He has been active in vet-
erans affairs as past com-
mander, past national legisla-
tive officer and at present
national awards officer of the
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States. He is a member
of the American Legion.
He is a member of the board
of directors of the National
Shrine of the Jewish War Dead
in Washington, and serves on
the Jewish Community Council
executive committee and its
community relations commit-
tee.
He is a member of Detroit
Real Estate Board, Bnai Brith
a n d Congregation A h a v a s
Achim.
The family home is 19736
Cheyenne, where he lives with
his wife, Inez, and their four
daughters.

Diane Rosen Wed
to Norman Gussin

'64 March of Dimes Campaign Launched

The March of Dimes kicked again in 1964 more than a quar-
off its 1964 campaign Jan. 2 ter of a million American babies
when Mary Lou Graves, 5, of will be born with a significant
Flint, the National Poster Child, birth defect. Permanent dis-
accepted a proclamation and the abilities and deformities will re-
key to the city from Detroit's sult in many cases.
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh. She
then attended a press luncheon
at the Detroit Press Club, thus
of ficially inaugurating the
Leave Everything to Us
Wayne County March of Dimes
Campaign.
Charlie Gehringer, Wayne
County campaign chairman, of
baseball Hall of Fame, reminded
residents of Wayne County that

! I WHY WORRY I I

Center Shutterbugs
Will Hold Workshop

The Center Camera Club of
the Jewish Center will have a
workshop 8:15 p.m. Monday at
MRS. NORMAN GUSSIN
the Center's main building. Mr.
Diane Rochelle Rosen became and Mrs. W. J. Barbret will
the bride of Norman Gussin in demonstrate "Sound-Music to
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at the Raleign House. Rabbi
M. Robert Syme and Cantor
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