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July 24, 1981 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, July 24, 1981

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Bell Telephone Head Cited Israel Fellowship Program
by National Jewish Hospital to Aid Diaspora Education

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be
will
By DAVID LANDAU
They
JERUSALEM (JTA) — encouraged to deepen
"Jerusalem Fellowships," the knowledge and ex-
an educational project pertise in their particular
which its creators believe field of interest — while
will have major and sus- at the same time broaden-
tained impact on Jewish ing their horizons to
education in the Diaspora, encompass studies in
was launched last week at a other areas.
ceremony at the World
The result (hopefully) at
Zionist Organization head- the end of the three-years
quarters.
will be a fully rounded
Jerusalem Fellowships Jewish educator qualified to
DAVID EASLICK
will get under way at the take his/her place in
Jewish Hospital/National start of the 1982-1983 aca- forefront of Jewish edu
demic year. Ten promising tion back home.
Asthma Center (NJH/
young Jewish educators
NAC).
The program begins with
His selection was an- from Diaspora countries
nounced by Richard H. will come to Jerusalem with 10 fellows, but within three
Cummings, vice chairman their families to embark on years — if all goes according
three-year intensive, indi- plan — there will be 30 (all
of the National Bank of De-
troit, who is serving as vidually tailored courses on three-year individual
designed to mould them into courses), and the aim is to
chairman of this year's
top leaders and adminis- maintain this level.
benefit for the Denver-
Candidates will need to
trators in the fields of
based medical center.
The campaign for the Jewish education and have academic degrees (pre-
ferably doctorates) or
teacher-training.
nonprofit and nonsectarian
Each educator will be equivalent rabbinical qual-
respiratory and immune
disease center will culmi- taken under the personal ifications in order to be con-
tutelage of ranking Israeli sidered by the admission
nate Sept. 14 in a benefit
dinner at the Detroit Plaza academics in various schol- panel chaired by Prof.
arly and pedogogic disci- Nathan Rothenstreich,
Hotel.
Co-chairmen for the plines. They will have ac- leading Israeli philosopher.
dinner are: W. Michael cess to, and benefit from, all He envisaged the fellowship
of Israel's universities, program itself as "akin to a
Blumenthal; Paul Bor-
man; David Handleman, teacher-training colleges, doctorate program" with its
research centers and some stress on specialization and
a national trustee of the
on individual tuition.
yeshivot.
medical center; Alan E.
Schwartz; Arthur R.
Seder Jr.; and Eugene A.
Miller. The benefit trea-
surer is Stanley Winkel-
man.
• BILL MEYER GROUP
Easlick will receive the
355-2721
NJH/NAC National
Humanitarian Award,
• INNOVATIONS
which is presented in De-
589-2478
troit and other cities to rec-
• PEOPLE'S CHOICE
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Among the many organ-
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are: Detroit Renaissance,
Economic Club of Detroit,
Greater Detroit Chamber of
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Proceeds from the upcom-
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and medical education pro.
grams of NJH/NAC. Be-
Dear Customers:
sides its specialized treat-
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ON SUNDAY, JULY 26th
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For information about the
benefit, call Cummings,
WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL.
225-1775.

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