Urban Affair Program
Accelerated by Rabbis
NEW YORK (JTA) — Arrange-
ments have been completed for a
fifth Reform student rabbi to live
and work in the slum of a major
city this summer in the second
year of the Rabbinic Internship in
Urban Affairs program, Rabbi
Balfour Brickner reported. The
project, first under Jewish religious
sponsorship, is a program of the
Commission on Interfaith Activi-
ties of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
and the Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety, the institutions of Reform
Judaism. Rabbi Brickner is Corn-
The five student rabbis and the
cities in whose ghettos they will
live and work for 10 weeks, start-
ing July 1, are: Bruce Cohen of
Buffalo, in Newark; Roger Klein
of Cleveland, in St. Louis; Roger
Alper of Baltimore in Washington,
D. C.; Stanley Gerstein of Los
Angeles, in Chicago; and Lawrence
Lauer of Cleveland, in Milwaukee.
All five are students at the Hebrew
Union College — Jewish Institute
Command Changes As Israeli Army Announces Appointments
TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Israeli
Army headquarters announced a
number of changes of appoint-
ments for its higher command of-
ficers. Brig. Rehavam • Zeevi will
take over the central command
from Brig. Gen. Uzzi Narkis, who
headed 'the operation against Jor-
dan in the Six-Day War, including
the capture of old Jerusalem. Gen.
Zeevi until now has been assistant
chief oe. the general headquarters
Gen. Narkis has been named
general director of the aliyah (im-
migration) department of the Jew-
ish Agency. Col. Itzhak Hoffie will
take over Gen. Zeevi's post as as-
sistant chief of general headquar-
Lithuanian-born C o 1. Itzhak
Arad, who was a partisan in
World War II and joined the Pal-
mach, the Haganali's.special strik-
ing force, after coming to Israel,
was appointed Army chief educa-
tion officer, replacing Col. Mon
ciechai Bar-On, who will head the staff at Tel Aviv University. Brig. ended his active service in the
outh and halutz department of the Gen. Elad Pelled, who headed the Army and assumed the post of
division which took the Golan deputy head of the Israeli Electric
Heights during the Six-Day War, Corp.
Jerusalem-born Brig.-Gen. Amos
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scientist, has been appointed head
of ordnance development at gen-
eral headquarters, replacing Brig.
Gen. Mathetyagu Pelled. Gen. Pel-
led will continue his higher studies
and eventually join the academic
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PARIS (JTA) — As a result of
the work of a delegation of six
formed to study immigration pos-
sibilities for North African Jews,
800 such migrants are preparing to
leave France soon for Israel. The
group was assigned to the task by
the Union of North African Jews.
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with Leaders of North African
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urbs. The results have exceeded
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Internships are sponsored locally
by local Jewish community rela-
tions agencies or other groups. In
Chicago, the internships are being
sponsored by the UAHC Mitzvah
Corps. The St. Louis Federation of
Reform Congregations is sponsor
in that city.
The rabbinic intern agrees to live
in the slum area for the 10-week
period. Rabbi Brickner said. He
works with Protestant and Catholic
urban ministers to study first hand
the problems of the urban poor, to
provide help in anti-poverty pro-
grams, to examine white-Negro
tensions, to evaluate the response
of public and private agencies to
inner city problems, and to study
the attitudes of the local Jewish
community toward the problems of
the urban crisis. He also is expect-
ed to make proposals on action
programs the Jewish community
might undertake for the urban
poor. His assignment include s
weekly reports, which are sent to
the local sponsoring agency, to the
Commission and to the college.
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