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April 19, 1985 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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Friday, April "19, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

INSIGHT

Mind Of His Own

Continued from. Page 22

whether a criminal has com-
mitted the crime. And that's
why I have such disrespect for
the law. Because the law is
only concerned with itself and
not with protecting society."
When asked why people
commit crimes, Bettelheim
simply replied, "Because they
like to."
Then it was back to child
abuse, which Bettelheim
pointed out "goes back to
Isaac, or the Pharoah of Egypt.
Unfortunately, child abuse is
as old as mankind."
And what did Bettelheim
see as remedy for the ailment?

"Love your children," he re-
plied, smiling his best grand-
fatherly smile.

It must have played as well
as Bettelheim intended on the
6 p.m. local television news.
That night, Bettelheim pulled
a crowd of 800 to hear him de-
liver his talk on survival. A
university spokeswoman said
it was the largest turnout for
any speaker in the three-year
series. Bettelheim had found
the way to "reach those
people."
Somewhere, Freud must be
smiling.



COL Jumps 12 Percent

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The cost-of-
living index rose by 12.1 percent
last month and while it is the
highest increase ever for March, it
was less than many economists
feared and may be taken as a sign
that the battle against inflation is
slowly being won.
The figures, released by the
Central Bureau of Statistics,
mean that workers will receive an
8.4 percent cost-of-living
allowance hike with their April
salaries, payable on May 1. The
price index has risen by 40 per-
cent since the beginning of the

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year and if it continues at the
same rate over the next nine
months, the annual inflation rate
will amount to 225 percent. This,
economists point out, will be half
of last year's inflation rate.
The Central Bureau of Statis-
tics attributed the March rise to
higher prices in almost every
category, especially the cost of
food and house maintenance.
Histadrut Secretary General
Yisrael Kessar blamed the Fi-
nance Ministry for the double-
digit COL index which is expected
to continue in April.

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