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Friday, April 10, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miami Tackles Jewish-Hispanic Project

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

The steadily growing
numbers of Jewish and His-
panic elderly residents in
south Florida will soon

share and understand each
group's culture and heri-
tage through a federally
funded program, according
to the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.

Bomb on Bus Injures Four

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Four
prople were slightly injured
when a bomb exploded on a
bus as-it was about to enter
the central bus station in
Tel Aviv March 29.

The bus, from Netanya,
had been halted just before
its terminal station by an-
other bus from Jerusalem
from which passengers were
being evacuated in a hurry
after reports of a suspicious
suitcase aboard.

When the Netanya bus
stopped most of its

passengers got off. Only
three women passengers
and the driver were still
aboard when the explosion
occured in the rear baggage
compartment. Police de-
scribed the charge as of
"small to medium" size.

The suspicious package
aboard the bus from
Jerusalem was found to be
harmless, but police began
searching all buses entering
the terminal. Ten Arabs
were detained for question-
ing.

Premed Study Center at Brandeis

WALTHAM, Mass. —
Brandeis University is es-
tablishing what is believed
to be the first unified
undergraduate premedical
study and research facility
at an American university.
The Berlin Premedical
Center is named for Boston
surgeon Dr. David D. Be-
rlin, who died in 1979, and
whose estate will provide
for its construction.
The center will offer
undergraduates three fea-
tures: a sophisticated pro-
gram to give premedical
students the opportunity to
engage in advanced re-
search projects under the
supervision of faculty mem-
bers; the consolidation, in a
single setting, of premedical
research and courses; and
the Berlin Commons, the
hub of the center, which will
offer students a specialized

library and seminar facility
equipped with audio-visual
aids and other support
materials.
Meanwhile, a fellowship
program that gives younger
journalists the opportunity
to widen their understand-
ing of economics has been
established at Brandeis.
Known as the Minnie and
Leo Sharfman Fellowship,
the program will offer two
fellowships for one semester
of study each year in eco-
nomics, sociology or other
related fields.
Candidates for Sharfman
Fellowships must be be-
tween the approximate ages
of 25 and 35. Applications
will be made to the Brandeis
economics department,
where a three-person com-
mittee will make annual
choices.

The grant of $37,515 was
made by the National
Endowment for the
Humanities to the Central
Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion (CAJE) to provide out-
reach library services to
senior citizens in the
Greater. Miami Jewish and
Hispanic communities.
The grant was sought for
a two-year demonstration
project of the Miami, South
Broward, Fort Lauderdale
and Palm Beach federa-
tions. The goal is to seek
funding from federal state
and local sources for social
service programs in the four
communities.

The $37,515 grant sup-
plements the $45,015 total
cost of the project. The dif-
ference will be compensated
by CAJE, which will pro-
vide materials, space and
equipment.

Hostage in School

NEW YORK — Barry Ro-
sen, press attache at the
U.S. embassy in Iran, has
resumed his doctoral
studies at Columbia Uni-
versity as the school's first
presidential fellow. His dis-
sertation will be on the his-
tory of Iran since 1977.
Rosen was one of 52
Ainerican hostages held in
Iran for 444 days.

Ophira Navon
Honored in NY

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Ophira Navon, wife of
President Yitzhak Navon of
Israel, received the Distin-
guished Service Award in
International Rehabilita-
tion from the World Re-
habilitation Fund at a gala
dinner at the Hilton Hotel
last month. Jihan Sadat,
wife of President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt was also
honored at the dinner where
she received the fund's first
Achievement Award.
Mrs. Navon also attended
a' luncheon given in her
honor by Mrs. Sadat. The
luncheon was held at the
home of Egypt's ambas-
sador to the United Nations,
Ahmed Esmat Meguid.
Among the 30 guests were
Israel's Ambassador to the
UN, Yehuda Blum, and his
wife Maria.
Mrs. Navon, who arrived
here last Tuesday, met with
Mayor Edward Koch and
discussed various issues,
among them Koch's recent
visit to Egypt and Israel.

Kaye Is Cited

SAN FRANCISCO
Entertainer Danny Kaye
has been awarded the Con-
viction Medal of the Ameri-
can College of Cardiology
"for his humor and
humanitarian activities."

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