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September 09, 1983 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Holiday Gifts for Soviet Jews

EDIE

sends best wishes to her
friends, relatives and cus-
tomers for a year of good
health and peace

KING'S KLIPPER

AT
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557-2005

DRY CLEANING

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by simply presenting this coupon with any
INCOMING $10.00 or more order at

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Pioneer Women/Naamat in Israel assembled gift
packages and letters this summer for 10,000 Jewish
refusniks in the Soviet Union. The packages were
mailed in time for Rosh Hashana and contain Israeli
candy, records, postcards and a New Year's greeting.

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A'ZIESSEN YOR

to the members of B'nai B'rith Women and the
Detroit Jewish Community. We thank you for
your continuing support of new and gently
worn clothing and furniture.

B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN

Second Chance Nearly New Shop

22111 Coolidge
Oak Park, 547-4050
tax deduction issued
M-F 10-6

THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE

HEBREW
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(CHESED SHEL EMES)

26640 Greenfield Road
Oak Park, Michigan

Extend their best wishes for a Happy and Pros-
perous New Year to all their Members,
Synagogues, Organizations and Greater Detroit
Jewry.

Samuel L. Kayne
President

Morris Dorn
Treasurer

Rabbi Eric Greenbaum
Morse Shiffman
Milton Oleinick
Trustees

Hillel L. Abrams
Samuel P. Havis
Vice-Presidents

Norman Blake
Secretary

Edward Miller
Cemetery Chairman

Rabbi Israel I. Rockove
Executive Director

A Checklist
for Family
on Bar Mitzva

Bar and Bat Mitzva cele-
brations, more than any
other family functions, have
the social as well as
religiously-traditional as-
pects.
If they present planning
problems, they are elimi-
nated by a guide book of
considerable merit. In
"Checklist for a Perfect Bar
Mitzva and Bat Mitzva"
(Doubleday), Helene Jeiven
provides the explanatory
facts about the tradition
and offers advice on social
functions and observances
in homes and synagogues.
So definitive is this
paperbacked pocket book
that in an introductory
note, Rabbi Charles A.
Kroloff of Westfield, N.J.,
commends the guidelines in
this book for suggesting the
priorities in the obser-
vances of Bar and Bat
Mitzvot in accordance with
traditional values.
Historical perspectives
are listed to keep the val-
ues in such observances
on a high level.
The social aspects, invita-
tions, gifts and food prefer-
ences are accounted for, as
well as treatment to be ac-
corded guests and non-
Jewish participants. There
is a totality of interest that
adds to the uniqueness of
this book.

Women
Ov-er

Myths won't save you from breast cancer.
But facts could.

Breast dancer is the most frequent cause of cancer death among women.
Breast exams are the most effective method of detecting breast cancer.
If these facts are true, why do so many women avoid breast exams?

Myth:

"Radiation from mammography
is dangerous. This risk is higher than the
risk of breast cancer itself."

Fact: Mammography uses very low
doses of radiation to detect cancer.
Studies have shown that the risk of low
doses is nearly nonexistent. Mammography
and Xeromamography have been proven
to be safe and essential tools for diagnos-
ing early signs of breast cancer. The risk
of the cancer is much higher than the risk
of low doses of radiation.

Myth: It could never happen to me. I'm
too young."

Fact: It could happen to you. An
estimated one in eleven American women
will have to deal with breast cancer at
some point in her lifetime. One-third of
the breast cancer cases occur in women
under age 50. It is also the most common
cause of death in wome between the ages
of 40 to 44. With some breast cancers
taking six to eight years to develop, ,
women in their 30's should also be tested
regularly.

Myth: "If breast cancer is found it is
probably too late anyway. I will have to
get my breast removed. I'd rather not
know.

Fact:, Most breast cancers take more
than six years to develop into a lump that
can be felt. If you wait until you can feel a
lump, it may be too late. If cancer is
detected early enough, you may not have
to have a breast removed. Modern detec-
tion methods can now find cancer in its
earliest stages, long before it can be felt.

Myth: "Breast cancer detection methods
can't be relied on."

Fact: Modern detection methods have
shown to be 97% effective in finding
cancer early. Women's Breast Centers now
offers The Total Breast TestT,m the most
comprehensive combination of modern
techniques with a unique four-step
program:
Physical examination and instruction of
self-palpation.
Xeromammography — a low-dose
radiographic image of the breast.
Thermography -- a graphic heat picture
shows blood flow and metabolism.
Ultrasound — uses sound waves to locate
trouble spots.

Detroiter Gives
Lewisohn Books

Inspired by Charles
Madison's biography of
author Ludwig Lewisohn,
which was published by The
Jewish News in three in-
stallments during the last
month, Detroit area book
enthusiast Herschel
Steinhardt is planning to
donate his collection of
Lewisohn's works to the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion.
The Lewisohn works to be
donated include "Haven,"
"The Island Within," "Up
Stream" and "The Magic
Word."

Fact: The Total Breast Testm only takes
moments of your time, once or twice a
year. Much less of your time than breast
cancer could take.
Don't continue to make the feminine
mistake so many women have made.

Health Group
Parley in Israel

Call today for an appt.
357-2050
The more you know, the better.
The Total Breast Test Im available only at:

WASHINGTON — The
Fourth International Con-
gress of the World Federa-
tion of Public Health Asso-
ciation (WFPHA) will con-
vene in Tel Aviv Feb. 19-24.

Friday, September 9, 1983 31

Myth: "Breast exams take too much of
my time. I don't want to bother."

Os Women's Breast Centers

Our office hours are:
9-5 M thru F,
9-12 Sat.

Dr. Ro er B. Fenton, 29829 Telegraph Road. Suite L105, Southfield, MI 48034

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