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August 21, 1987 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-21

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call from Miami and pose as
a friend of several prominent
members of the local Jewish
community.
The Lower Merion (Pa.)
Police Department has issued
a warrant for Seiden's arrest
on one count each of forgery,
theft by deception and receiv-
ing stolen property.
In addition to the lower
Merion incident, it was
recently revealed that the
Jewish Family and Children's
Agency here was stung in a
similar scam last winter to
the tune of about $500.
Another similar scam was
reported in Atlanta.
Detective Byran Jordan of
the Denver Police's check
fraud division noted that
Seiden also is being hald as a
fugitive from Montgomery
County, Md., which is seeking
his extradition on charges
relating to a "father-and-son"
scam in which a physician
was bilked out of $1,000.
Seiden is not available to
leave the state now, given the
charges.

Haifa's
Population

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Jewish population in Haifa
declined by 6,000 persons (2.5
percent of the general popula-
tion) between 1981 and 1985,
while the Arab population
grew from 7.2 percent of the
population to 8.4 percent dur-
ing this period, according to
the annual report of the
"Shekmuna" housing
rehabilitation company.
Haifa's total population is
224,625, including 205,757
Jews (91.6 percent) and
18,868 Arabs (8.4 percent).
In addition, Haifa's percen-
tage in Israel's general
population has dwindled from
9.3 percent in 1951 to 5.3 per-
cent in 1985.

Resolution
Condemns Israel

Geneva (JTA) — A Cuban-
inspired resolution condemn-
ing Israel for hampering the
industrial development in the
administered territories was
adopted on the conclusion of
a four-week session of the
United Nations Conference
on Trade and Development.
The resolution, roundly con-
demned by the U.S. which
voted against it along with
Israel, was approved by
delegations of 77 developing
nations.

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What is your answer for pain?
Pills, heat rubs, or just plain suffering through it? All types of
pain are warning you that something is wrong. Aspirin and bromo-
seltzers block the pain waves between the brain and the area sen-
ding out pain signals. When that aspirin wears off and the pain comes
back, what are you going to do? For a starter, try reading the label
on your pill bottle. "If symptoms persist, see your doctor." In these
times of instant breakfast, jet travel, instant entertainment, music
at the flick of a dial, instant sleep, and fast relief, maybe you're temp-
ted to take another aspirin for the pain.
Is this what you want — pain that's here today, gone
tomorrow and back again and again? Why are
you feeling pain? What is causing it?
Remember how your leg feels when it falls
asleep? The nerves have been squeezed so they can't
function and as you "wake it up" by slapping it,
walking on it, rubbing it, you can feel pins and
needles as the nerve energy again shoots through
the area. Without_the nerves, you had no feeling,
but it also squeezed off the energy and messages
carried from the brain.
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Normally, the nerve trunks are protected by the spinal bone
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— due to a fall, a strain, lifting, or a bad sleeping position cuts and
distorts the nerve messages that get through to the entire body. This
causes the area of the body not being served fully by the nerves to
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Pain results, too, and it's there to warn you again and again that
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