Mondry To Chair
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ELEGANT PARTY DECORATING
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
• bar/bat mitzvahs
• showers/sweet 16
David Mondry has accepted
the chairmanship of the
Holocaust Memorial Center's
third anniversary dinner to
be held Nov. 15 at the Westin
The Righteousness Award
will be presented to Raoul
Wallenberg for his mission of
rescue of thousands of Jews.
The award will be accepted by
Jacob Wallenberg on behalf of
the Wallenberg family.
Mondry is a past chairman
of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and has held leadership
positions with the Jewish
Welfare Federation, Sinai
HoSpital, American Friends
of the Hebrew University and
the Detroit Service Group.
Gov. James J. Blanchard
has accepted the post of
honorary chairman for the
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Pain Is A Symptom
Not A Disease
BY DR. STANLEY R LEVINE
Unit Has Class
On Real Estate
Real Estate and Construc-
tion Unit will sponsor a six-
hour approved real estate con-
tinuing education class, to be
held Oct. 18 at 5000 Town
Center meeting room, begin-
ning at 9 a.m.
For registration informa-
tion, call Cindy Greenspan,
557-2200, during business
on selected groups of
suits, sportswear & dresses
Albert Einstein Lodge will
hold a Simchat Torah dinner-
dance party, including an
Israel Bond drive, 6 p.m. Oct.
18 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. Music will be pro-
vided by Eric Rosenow and
For reservations, call
Nathan Harris, 661-6784; or
• weddings/theme parties
29839 Northwestern Hwy.
At Inkster Road
Hours: 10:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Thurs. eve till 8:30 p.m.
Pain, whether you realize it or not, may be one of the best friends
you will ever have. For it is a signal to the brain that a problem exists
somewhere in the body or that the body is being injured in some way.
Despite the positive warning effects of pain, many people foil to
recognize it as a symptom and think of it as a disease in itself. They may
refer to the "aches and pains of old age" as though they were inevitable.
They fail to recognize, that these pains are the products of arthritis,
rheumatism, deteriorating spinal discs or other health problems which
.often accompany the golden years.
In my opinion, it is just as foolhardy to kill the pain
with a pill or injection as it would be to shut off a fire
alarm. After all, that does nothing about the fire, it
merely eliminates a noise. It follows that simply mask-
ing the pain will not eliminate the cause of the pain
but will merely mask its presence.
Equally as dangerous as masking the pain is at-
tempting to self-diagnose its cause. Pain does not
necessarily occur in the same area of the body as the
source of the trouble. A headache, for example, may
have its origin in the spinal column.
Odr present lifestyle is geared to an ever-
faster pace. Whether at work or ploy, we often push our bodies beyond
the point of endurance, causing physical strains on the spine and ner-
A seemingly innocent twist, turn, lift or awkward postural position
may cause a spinal misalignment which, if not corrected, can interfere
with proper nerve function and lead to illness or further injury.
Normal nerve function is essential to good health as virtually every
function of the human body, whether asleep or awake, depends on
nerve signals from the brain. Just as you visit your dentist twice a year
to maintain good dental health, you should see your Doctor of Chiroprac-
tic on a regular basis to maintain your spinal health. If a spinal misalign-
ment is causing improper nerve function, he should be able to correct
the problem before it grows worse with time.
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Dr. Robert W. Levine
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