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October 07, 1983 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Many of the Jews of
Prague, suffering from mob
violence during the Hussite
wars, were forced to emi-
grate in 1422

A NEW
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TO BUY QUALITY
FURNITURE

Now you can buy name
brand, top quality
furniture the direct way
at a tremendous
savings, and have it
delivered, set up and
Serviced by a company
that has 35 years in the
furniture business. A
company that's here in
this area to serve you
personally. Find out
about this new way to
get the kind of furniture
and service you expect,
with greater savings
than you'd ever expect.

Call 356-1980 now for
details.

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Argentine Emigres Appeal
to Israel to Help Find Kin

Argentine government
for official clarification
Argentina have appealed to of the fate" of their rela-
the Supreme Court to order tives.
The appellants include
the Israeli government to
help them obtain informa- two lawyers, Louis and Il-
tion on the fate of close rela- lana Haimovitz, who said
tives missing in Argentina. their 17-year-old daughter,
The justices are expected to Alexandra was kidnapped
consider the appeal within in Cordova; Dr. Esther
the next few days.
Goldberg, whose husband,
If they do, it will be the Dr. Daniel Goldberg, disap-
first time Israel's highest peared in La Plata; and
judicial body takes up the Moshe Said, of Ashkelon,
issue of whether the gov- whose two sons disap-
ernment has a duty to in- peared.
tervene in matters related
The appeal includes de-
to Jewish citizens of - a tailed testimony heard by
friendly foreign country.
the Human Rights Commit-
The immigrants stated tee of the Organization of
that their relatives are American States (OAS) and
among the 1,500 Argentine Amnesty International
Jews who have "disap- about the humiliation, tor-
peared" in reeent years, ture and murder of political
along with thousands of prisoners by the Argentine
other Argentine citizens al- authorities. The appellants
legedly kidnapped by the said they have approached
military regime and never several local and interna-
heard from again.
tional organizations for in-
They want the high formation, but to no avail.
court to order the gov-
Meanwhile, a group of
ernment to explain why Argentine women whose
"it would not ask the children and grandchildren
have disappared in Argen-
tina arrived in Geneva last
week to attend a hearing of
the United Nations Human
Rights Commission on mis-
sing persons.

Women
Over 30

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
immigrants from
Six

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

Breast cancer 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."

T.H. GRANT

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 women 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.

Campus Groups
Merge in NY

NEW YORK — The Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundations
and the Jewish Association
for College Youth (JACY)
have formed a new agency
designed to provide more
and better services to a
community of over 125,000
students at some 30 cam-
puses in the New York met-
ropolitan area.
The new agency, to be cal-
led Bnai Brith HILLEL-
JACY, will include Hillel
units at seven colleges and
JACY programs at the
others and will provide stu-
dents with increased prog-
ram assistance, designed to
strengthen their Jewish
identity and respond to the
threats of cults, anti-
Semitism and anti-Israel
propaganda that face many
campuses.
Bnai Brith Hillel Found-
ations have similar
Los
in
partnerships
Chicago,
Angeles,
Boston,
Philadelphia,
Miami, Cleveland and
Montreal.

KNOWN BY THE COMPANY WE KEEP AT

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851-7333

UNESCO Ducks
U.S. Reporter

The
Heritage Foundation and
an investigative reporter it
hired have complained to
the Overseas Press Club
that UNESCO officials in
Paris ignored the reporter's
requests for interviews and
information.
The reporter, •Dorothy
Rabinowitz, said, "I was
stunned not only at the de-
gree of evasion I encoun-
tered as a journalist, but as
a U.S. citizen whose gov-
ernment pays such a large
portion of this agency's
budget."

NEW YORK —

Friday, October 7, 1983 23

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,' 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.

Myth:

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

Fact:

The Total Breast TestTM 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.

Call today for an appt.:

357-2050

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Southfield, Michigan 48034

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Warren, Michigan 48092

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9-12 Sat.

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