24—Friday, May 3, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Air. and Mrs. Brown
Honeymoon in Rome
Operation Friendship, Haven for Elderly
Ex-Patients, Studied as Model for U.S.A.
A federally aided program of
the Detroit Section, National Conn-
ell of Jewish Women, which en-
ables elderly patients at Ypsilanti
State Hospital to return to inde-
pendent living under volunteer su-
pervision has been given a re-
newed grant through the Michigan
Commission on Aging.
In addition, "Operation Friend-
ship" is expected to be projected
as a model of its kind for the coun-
try. It is one of only two projects
in Michigan to be so honored under
the Older Americans Act.
The U.S. Senate Special Commit-
tee on Aging sent a staff member
to Detroit to study Operation
Friendship and a long report on
tlie program ensued recently in the
committee's magazine, Aging.
The patients, most of whom have
been in the hospital's psychiatric
ward for more than 15 years, are
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not so much illas they are old,
apathetic and devoid of any place
to go, officials said.
In the two years since the non-
sectarian program was started,
10 persons have been placed.
Five live in boarding houses, two
pairs of women are roommates
in their own apartment and one
manages an apartment by her-
self. Many more are being pro-
cessed for similar help.
Mrs. Victor Shiffman, president
of the section, said that the most
startling improvement was in the
two women, aged 61 and 70, who
now share an apartment.
She said that when they first
came to the attention of program
officials, "they were completely
apathetic. They seemed to be there
only because they were asked. But
as soon as they were placed, they
came to life. They both keep house
excellently,. love to have visitors
and really take part in our club."
A 67-year-old Negro woman, who
feared leaving the hospital, has
made such strides she now be-
longs to three other programs and
is helping other older people to
become acquainted with the city.
Program participants are ini-
tially chosen by the hospital staff
in consultation with Operation
Friendship's professional social
worker. The hospital staff decides
which type of housing is most
suitable and prepares the patient
for placement while the section
seeks the appropriate housing.
Mrs. Shiffman said volunteers
had helped greatly by setting up
apartments, getting gifts of fur-
niture and even holding "showers"
for household incidentals. Many
former patients needed help in
learning again such everyday tasks
as shopping, using a checking ac-
count and paying bills. The section
now assigns two volunteers to act
as special friends to each of the
former patients so that they can be
assured of occasional visitors and
someone to telephone in case of
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JERUSALEM — Israel's Council
of Women for Peace petitioned UN
envoy Ambassador Gunnar Jar-
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fort to bring peace to the Middle
East. Members of the group pre-
sented the petition to Dr. Jaring
as he left the King David Hotel
on his way to a meeting with For-
eign Minister Abba Eban. The Am-
bassador arrived Monday night.
The Council of Women for Peace
is an association of women's or-
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couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
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