26—Friday, March 8, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
First CARE operations in In-
donesia are under way, with ini-
tial emphasis on a pilot feeding
program for school children.
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Nation's First Lady Invites NCJW
and Its Own First Lady to White House
Mrs. Weiner reported that Mrs.
Johnson was very interested in the
work of the National Council.
"Mrs. Johnson said we had inter-
ests in common," Mrs. Weiner
stated, "especially when I showed
her the inscription in the book
which I presented to her. I think
her concern for human welfare
and for beautification of our land
exemplifies the title of the book
that Council gave her today."
Mrs. Weiner also was a guest at
the White House last week for a
Women's Do-er Luncheon.
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Weiner, president of the National
Council of Jewish Women, presents Crime Fears Bring
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson with a
specially-bound volume of "Where Fewer Volunteers,
There's A Woman," in the Blue Women Say at Parley
Room of the White House prior to
WASHINGTON (JTA) — A
a tea given by Mrs. Johnson for
the NCJW, meeting in Washington, severe drop in the number of
D.C. Her daughter, Mrs. Fred Jewish volunteers for community
Keidan of Orchard Lake, also was projects in Negro ghetto area has
present at the White House gath- occurred because of fear of
violence, according to a report
made at a study conference of
the National Council of Jewish
By TRUDE B. FELDMAN
The Detroit Section. National
Summarizing the "consensus of
Council of Jewish Women, was
well represented at a recent White thinking and feeling" at workshops
House tea, hosted by Mrs. Lyndon held by 300 women from all parts
B. Johnson. Leading the delegation of the country, Mrs. Herman Edla-
was Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner, vitch, a member of the Washington
president of the national organiza- subcommittee of the NCJW pro-
tion. who lives at 25564 Wareham, gram, said "the predominant atti-
tude alienating our white middle-
class liberals,. and in turn our
With Mrs. Weiner were her programs, is fear—fear of going
daughter. Mrs. Fred Keidan, state
into distressed areas."
legislation chairman for the Michi-
More than a dozen local council
gan Council and a member of the
Detroit Section Board; Mrs. Fred- units from various cities reported
they can no longer find Jewish
erick Shevin, Mrs. Victor Shiff-
man and Mrs. Maxine Rose, all on volunteers to work in Negro areas.
the public affairs committee; and One city had to abandon a day-
Mrs. Florence Lopatin and Mrs. care program because of this. An-
other had 18 resignations because
it was serving Negro areas where
The women were in Washington
crime rates had risen. Another
for an NCJW conference.
section reported that Women in
At the close of the Washington Community Service (WICS), an in-
Institute. Mrs. Weiner was tender. terracial group, wass "practically
ed a reception by Mrs. Olga Mar- going down the drain" because of
golin. Washington representative lack of volunteers.
I of the Council.
Mrs. Edlavitch said that "while
Mrs. Weiner. whose husband is all agree we are walking on thin
an attorney, is former 7.esiclent ice and have no blueprint to follow,
of the Women's Division. Jewish we must refuse to be intimidated
Welfare Federation of Detroit, and and find a way to work with and
former president of the Women's not for the Negro." She said
Committee, United Community NCJW women are seeking help
Services of Metropolitan Detroit. in changing their own attitudes,
Mrs. Weiner described the con- overcoming prejudices, and in re-
ferance as an opportunity to give evaluating their own work as
"our women a chance to bring to- volunteers in Negro neighborhoods.
gether their own concerns with our
(In Detroit, Mrs. Victor Shiff-
work in poverty, and to obtain man, president of the local sec-
knowledge of the legislation upon
tion of National Council of
which we take a position and to Jewish Women, said no activity
listen to experts in the fie], They has been curtailed in either the
also consulted with legislators.
WICS program or the cultural
enrichment program conducted
at Custer School, where volun-
teers tutor students.
In addition, she said, some 50
volunteers go into the Inner City
to help with the social readjust-
ment of former mental hospital
patients. She conceded that volun-
teers may be a little harder to
find, "but there are always some
willing to help. Some husbands are
more fearful than their wives." She
added that NCJW volunteers in
Detroit do not go into the really
"hard-core" poverty areas.)
Miss Gavle L. Greisman
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with our beautiful Haggadahs."
Mrs. A. Richman, New York City
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cookbook . . . is so beautifully put
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"Out of the Desert," a three-act
opera by Julius Chaes, will be pre-
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Wednesday at the Detroit Institute
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The musical preparation and
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