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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-15

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Dr. Bettelheim's Revolutionary Therapeutic Community

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April 25th — Indepe n d ence Day

MAY

May Sth—International Congress
on Medical Ethics in a
Changing World
May 10th—Lag B'omer
May 27th-28th—Shavuoth

SIXTH ANNUAL

PASSOVER SEDER

sponsored by

MEN'S CLUB and SISTERHOOD OF
CONGREGATION BM! MOSHE

Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, who
commands a position of lead-
ership in America's ranks of
guides for those treating
mental health illnesses, makes
an encyclopedic contribution
to the study of the subject in
a new volume that bids fair
to revolutionize activities in
that field of medical re-
search.
His "A Home for the
Heart" (Knopf ) describes
how, in his 29 years at the
University of Chicago Thera-
peutic School he guided the
development of the thera-
peutic community. He de-
veloped it into "a healing
institution." Illnesses con-
sidered incurable were
tackled with the skill that
enabled many to return to
wholesome and healthy lives.
Illustrated to provide the
details of that functioning
community's productive ef-

First Night
SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1974
TIME; 8:45 P.M. SHARP
Traditional Seder Conducted By Our Own

DR. MOSES LEHRMAN and
HAZZAN LOUIS KLEIN

Complete Passover Dinner, everything included
Catered by CROWN KOSHER CATERERS, INC.
Fred and Leah Baum

PASSOVER CARRY-OUT ORDERS
NOW -BEING TAKEN -

Anything you wish can be ordered and
picked - up at B'Nai Moshe

No Reservations Accepted after April 1

For further information call:

Fred or Leah Baum B'Nai Moshe Office
548-7997
or
548-9000

under supervision of Vaad Harabonim of Detroit

CAUTION

We Would Like to

Inform Our Community

to Take Notice That

All MACAROONS

Baked In Our Kosher

Bakeries in The

ac

Detroit Area . . . Are

CHUMATZ and are Not
Fit for PASSOVER USE.

-

Council of Orthodox Rabbis
of Greater Detroit

1. What is the reference to
"The small still voice"?
2. Two commonly used
phrases from the Bible ex-
press a pessimistic view of
life. What and where are
they?
3. The prophet Micah ex-
pressed in a short sentence
what God expects of man.
What is it?
4. The pursuit of justice is
expressed tersely in Deute-
ronomy (3 words in Hebrew
and 5 words in English trans-
lation). What is it?
5. "I am not a prophet nor
the son of a prophet" is a
well known phrase. What is
the reference and where is
it found?
6. Who is the Patriarch
who worked 14 years for the
right to wed his wife?
7. Why were six- cities of
refuge established?
8. What is the reference of
the common expression of
being thrown into the "Lion's
Den"?
9. What are the agricul-
tural laws designed to help
the poor?
10. What is the tithe?
* *

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the children have in ordering
their days.
Dr. Bettelheim will be re-
membered as the author of
an important book on children
in Israel kibutzim, "Children
of the Dream," and other
important works. Born in Vi-
enna in 1903, he earned his
doctorate at the University
of Vienna. He came to this
country in 1939 after a year
in the concentration camps of
Buchenwald and Dachau and
has written extensively on the
subject of the Holocaust and
that failures in some of the

BRUNO BETTELHEIM

forts, this impressive 460-
page book defines the phil-
osophy of "total milieu
therapy" which became a
reality at the University of
Chicago under Dr. Bettel-
heim's guidance.
Institutional controls were
abandoned by Dr. Bettelheim
and his associates who
worked under his tutelage.
Dr. Bettelheim describes
the creation of a special at-
mosphere, the building of a
new habit of mind among the
people who ran his school
and worked there, the con-
struction of a true "home for
the heart." He brings this
world vividly to life: where
there are no bars on the
windows, no locks on the
doors; where no child, how-
ever ill, is admitted without
being allowed to inspect the
school and decide whether he
or she wants to come; where
staff members meet with one
another daily to explore the
elements in their own feel-
ings that might hurt their
relationships with the pa-
tients; where the entire staff,
from head therapist to cook
and janitor, participates in
all decision making that
might affect the quality of the
patients' lives.
He describes such seem-
ingly small but crucial mat-
ters as the decor of the school
(color, furniture, space, all
carefully designed for the one
overriding purpose of heal-
ing); the round dining tables,
for easy flow of conversation;
the use of real glassware
and china instead of plastic
(so the children won't think
someone expects them to
break it); the privacy pro-
vided each patient; the voice

• •


Mendes-France also spoke
in favor of the creation of a
Palestinian state and advised
Israel to move toward inte-
sluDI grating itself among the
Hews a uk tlef
countries of the Middle East.
paleanas pop

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 15, 1974-23

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We hope you are not inconvenienced.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Lubavitch Youth Organization

FOR PASSOVER

A Traditional Seder Plate in Lenox China

The warmth and beauty of the Passover are
honored by Lenox in this exquisite Seder plate of
rich, translucent, ivory Lenox China.
Each of the six symbolic foods served at the
Seder is identified in Hebrew in 24-karat gold. This
hand-crafted masterpiece is an exact reproduction of
an authentic 19th century plate now on display at the
Jewish Museum of New York City.
What could be a more appropriate gift to enrich
the Seder table of your friends and family for years
to come? Make it a cherished Passover gift. A welcome
anniversary gift, or a gracious house-warming gift. At
fine stores that carry Lenox China, Crystal and gifts.
The Seder Plate $35.00

France is Blamed
for Israel Isolation

PARIS (ZINS) — Former
Fr e n c h Premier, Pierre
Mendes-France, said here at
a press conference that
France is responsible for
Israel's political isolation on
the international scene. The
elder statesman expressed
Skepticism about the chances
for a true and lasting peace
between Israel and the
Arabs.
He stated that the present
disengagement between Is-
rael and the Arabs is pri-
marily a result of American
pressure — an imposed ar-
rangement — which cannot
lead to genuine peace.

resistance e f f or ts. He is
University of Chicago Dis-
tinguished Professor of Edu-
cation and teaches psychol-
ogy and psychiatry.

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