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July 03, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-03

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Student Rabbis to Live, Work in Slum Areas

NEW YORK (JTA)—Five Reform
student rabbis will live and work
in the slums of urban centers in
the fourth year of the Rabbinic
Internship in Urban Affairs pro-
gram, Rabbi Balfour Brickner re-
ported.

The project, the only one of its
kind under Jewish auspices, is a
program of the commission on
interfaith activities of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, the Central Conference of
American Rabbis and the Jewish

Miss. Eva Susan Cline
to Wed Paul Freeman

Chautauqua Society. Rabbi Brick-

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ner is commission director. All
students of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Jewish Institute of Religion,
the Reform seminary.
The student rabbis will live
and work for about 10 weeks,
starting next month, in Boston,
Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Chi-
cago and Washington, D.c.
The interneships are sponsored
locally by Jewish community rela-
tions agencies. Each intern agrees
to live in a slum area, working
with Protestant and Catholic ur-
ban clergymen to study directly
the problems of the urban poor, to
provide help in anti-poverty pro-
grams, to study the response of
public and private agencies to
ghetto needs and to study attitudes
of the local Jewish community
relative to the urban crisis.
The intern also is expected to
make proposals on action programs
the Jewish community might under-
take for the urban poor.
Each intern prepares a weekly
report for the local sponsoring
agency, to the commission and to
the seminary.

MISS EVA CLINE

Hapoel Soccer Team
Plays Here Next Week

Hapoel Petah Tikva soccer club,
six-time champion of Israel since
1955, will meet K. S. Ruch of
Poland 8 p.m. July 10 in Ham-
tramck's Keyworth Stadium.
Hapoel will bring three interna-
tionalists here—three players who
have represented Israel in both
World Cup and other international
competition.
Goalie Itzhak Wiskover held both
Italy and Sweden to ties in the
recent competition at Mexico City.
Italy became a finalist, losing to
Brazil in the championship game.
Other Hapoel internationalists
are right half Shmuel Rosenthal,
22, and Iitzhak Druker, a wing-
man who has made 15 world
tour appearances.
Hapoel is making a 10-game
tour of the United States and Mexi-
co but in Ruch will be tackling its
greatest opponent in America.
Ruch is considered the top soccer
team in Poland.
Tickets are available in advance
at all J. L. Hudson stores, Grin-
nells, Dewald Travel Agency in
Warren, Vogts Import store and
Heller's in Windsor.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 3, 1970-25

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September.
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Miss Cline recently completed of the Pennsylvania and Ohio Val-
her sophomore year as a social ley Councils of the Union of Amer-
The youngest director-general of science major at Michigan State ican Hebrew Congregations, has
HONEYWELL CENTER
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structured program of fund raising
tory of Israel is 28-year-old YOSEF the University of Miami.
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Religion.
one of the most important in the
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government. Vardi was graduated
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Technion's facult of industrial and
The late Franz Kafka's rumored
management engineering.
encounter with Hasidism is treated
in a special feature in Jewish
Life's current issue, which re-
veals new data on the great Jew-
ish writer. Under the title "THE
BACHELOR HASID FROM PRA-
GUE," Charles Raddock, author
of this feature article, brings to
light hitherto unknown facts about
Kafka's almost completely un-
known Hasidic mentor.
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the 18th Congressional District
seat, 15th State Senatorial District
and the 67th and 69th State Legis-
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The new look of MEADOW
BROOK moves into its second week
of this seventh season on Thurs-
day on the Oakland University
campus. Sixten Ehrling conducted
the Detroit Symphony and cellist
Janos Starker in the American
Premiere of Concerto for Cello and
Orchestra, Opus 32, by Miklos
COU PON
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continues with pianist Ramsey
Lewis who has been described by
Time magazine as "the hottest
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Ex-Resistance Fighters
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UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — An
organization of former Jewish re-
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the four great powers which in 1945
conquered fascism and Nazism"
and to "freedom-loving people
everywhere" not to "negate or
evade its responsibilities" toward
the security of Israel.
The appeal was contained in a
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