MONTREAL (Mar. 13)
The Canadian Jewish Congress has been invited by the Jewish Community of Cuba to send a representative there to discuss community organizational and structural problems, it was announced here by Monroe Abbey, chairman of the Congress executive committee.
Mr. Abbey stated that the Congress has responded favorably to the invitation and that Dr. Joseph Kage has been appointed as Congress representative. Mr. Kage has had wide experience in Jewish communal welfare and educational work in Canada. He is presently national executive director of the Jewish Immigrant Aid Society of Canada. Dr. Kage will be leaving Canada for Cuba next week.