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July 17, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, July 11, 1981

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Israeli Youth Camp Creates
Arab-Jewish Friendships

The pioneering task of
bringing Arab and Jewish
children together as cam-
pers, thereby establishing a
common language among
them, is being acknowl-
edged as a valuable contri-
bution towards the eventual
peace between the two na-
tions.
Bruria Barish, creator of
the Haddassim Youth Vil-
lage camping facilities,
near Natanya in Israel, re-
lated the progress attained
in this undertaking of
bringing Arab and Israeli
children together to ex-
change views spend holi-
days together and create a
fraternity of spirit that has
aroused admiration to the
extent that her work is
funded in large measure by
the World Union for Pro-
gressive Judaism.
Mrs. Barish and her hus-
band, Benjamin were here
visiting his mother, Mrs.
Lillian Barish of Oak Park.
Mr. Barish, who made
aliya to Israel upon their
marriage in 1963, is a pa-
tent attorney. Mrs.
Barish, a native of Hun-
gary, "with an eye and
ear to the Holocaust,"
came to Israel in 1946.
She is a veteran in nurs-
ing and first aid
capacities of the wars of
1948 and 1956.
First introduced by Mrs.
Barish in 1979, her camping
program has gained
momentum. From a handful
of campers the number has
grown in the last holiday
period to 120.
After the peace treaty be-
tween Israel and Egypt the
government did little to
breach the gap between the
Jews and the Arabs living
in Israel, according to Mrs.
Barish.
When the program began,
she said, there was an-
tagonism on both sides. "Af-
ter all, these teenagers
didn't know anything about
each other except what
their parents, who were
brought up with bigotry,

had told them."
"There is an increased
sense of confidence in
our volunteer efforts,"
Mrs. Barish said. The
doubts and suspicions
are vanishing. As soon as
the actual friendly re-
sponses became evident,
parents became coopera-
tive, children fraternize
and created friendships."
While not here to solicit
funds, Mrs. Barish said that
assistance will be welcomed
as means of expanding the
program. She can be
reached at 36 Yehuda
Hanasi, Ramat Aviv, and
she encourages visitors to
Israel to call her, at
03414961, to be guided into
greater acquaintance with
her project.

Business
Briefs

Singles Events

THE JEWISH SING-
LES (21-35) will have a pool
party 8 p.m. July 25 at the
home of Harley Berger,
27728 Red Leaf Ln., South-
field.
The group will go to the
Detroit Zoo 11 a.m. Satur-
day. Participants are re-
quested to bring a picnic
lunch. The group will meet
at the main gate.
Rollerskataing is on the
agenda 9 p.m. Wednesday
at Bonaventure. There is a
charge.
A trip to Cedar Point
has been planned for
July 26, leaving 7 a.m.
from the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter. There is a charge.
Reservations are re-
quired. Drivers are
needed.
For reservations and de-
tails, call Larry Maloff,
967-2947; or Sue Katz,
532-6505.

nounces that its event orig-
inally scheduled for July 25 —1
has been canceled.

* * *

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* * *
Luce Lipton, president
Bloomfield Plaza
of Great Northwestern
6628 Telegraph, Birmingham, MI
Office Building and Troy
Properties, will address the
Women's Commercial-
Industrial Brokerage Asso-
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at Jacques'. Mrs. Lipton will
speak on "Time Manage-
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to non-members. For reser-
Manicuring "By Robin"
vations, call Rusty Rosman,
363-1595.
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Senoirs to Have
Picnic in Park

The Hannah Schloss Old
Timers will hold a picnic
noon July 26 at Oak Park
Major Park, area 1.
Members are requested to
bring their own lunches and
beverages. Dessert and
entertainment will be pro-
vided.
For reservations, call
Mollie Bank, 968-5298.

WSU Provost
Steps Down

.

Bernard Klein, provost at
Wayne State University
during the past year, will
step down this fall and take
a teaching post at the Uni-
versity of Michigan-
Dearborn.
Klein will teach political
science at U-M Dearborn
beginning Sept. 1.

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