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January 31, 1975 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-31

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Vorspan to Speak in Grand Rapids

The Jewish Cultural Coun- vas Israel, Grand Rapids.
cil of Grand Rapids will pre-
Vorspan is the • author of
sent author Albert Vorspan "Mazel Tov! You're Middle-
8 p.m. Sunday at Cong. Aha- Aged," "Jewish Values and
Social Crisis," "Giants of
Justice," "My Rabbi Doesn't
Make House Calls" and "So
For Custom Drapery the Kids are Revolting . . .?"
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He has written on inter-
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publications and was a lead-
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rights struggle, the peace
movement and interfaith ac-
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Lily Pincus, an English
social worker strays from
her field with her new book
"Death and the Family" by
Pantheon Books.
Subtitled "The Importance
of Mourning," her book is an
outgrowth of her career of
counseling married couples
and the loss of her own hus-
band.
Unfortunately, with the ex-
ception of one chapter on the
processes of mourning and
grief, and a few general in-
sights, Mrs. Pincus gives
examples of too many of her
clients, who can not handle
a personal loss and must
seek professional help.

The number of persons in
society who fit these cate-
gories is certainly low, and
the reader is faced with a
book that might be more ap-
propriate as reference for a
college class of psychology
majors.
In her preface Mrs. Pincus

says 'her book is a personal
effort "to participate in the
recent attempts to lift the
taboo from death, dying and
bereavement by promoting
discussion of these funda-
mental themes."
However, basing her book
on the marital problems she

encounters in her clients who
have suffered bereavement,
does not meet the needs of
the general reader.
In her one general discus-
sion Mrs. Pincus says that
shock is the first phase that
the bereaved will experience.
The age-old advice of "keep
going," "don't think about
it" and "keep busy" may do
more harm by supressing
the grief than by allowing it
to be expressed.

During the controlled phase
of mouring relatives a n d
friends help the bereaved as
the initial shock of death
begins to fade.

14—Friday, January 3L 1975

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LONDON (JTA)—A strike
by slaughterers employed by
the Jewish Ecclesiastical Au-
thority here is causing a se-
vere shortage of kosher meat.
They hvae been on strike
since last week in support of
a wage demand for a basic
100 pounds sterling a week

Camelot Next?

BONN (JTA) — The Arab
oil sheiks are now moving in-
to West German real estate
buying among other things
some of Germany's romantic
castles on the Rhine and Mo-
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Brokers in Cologne, Dort-
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Arab clients. Already the
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But the controlled phase
is followed by a searching
phase, as the bereaved be-
gins to test and find his or
her new reality. Eventually,
Mrs. Pincus says, little re-
membrances of the deceased
bring a freshness and pleas-
ure to the life of the be-
reaved.
Unfortunately, through the
bulk of the book, Mrs. Pincus
describes the marriage prob-
lems of her clients which are
caused by a parent's death
and the affect the client's up-
bringing had on the parent-
child relationship.
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