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April 01, 1988 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-01

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FOREIGN

DOMESTIC

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• Bar Mitzvah
• Bat Mitzvah
• Parties
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Reading Skills
Program Offered

RESUMES LETTERS

COMMERCIAL BROCHURES

CANDLE LIGHTING CEREMONIES

Israeli Doctors
Plea For Pollard

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Israel
Medical Association has ap-
pealed to the American
Medical Association to ensure
proper medical care for Anne
Henderson Pollard, wife of
Jonathan Jay Pollard, an
American convicted last year
of spying for Israel.
Anne Pollard, serving two
concurrent five-year prison
sentences as an accessory to
her husband's espionage, is
reportedly seriously ill with a
stomach disorder. Dr. Ram
Ishai, chairman of the Israel
Medical Association, has
written to Dr. James Sam-
mons, chairman of the AMA,
describing her condition.
According to Ishai, she has
developed severe breathing
problems, in addition to
serious internal bleeding, and
is very week.

Christians Stop
Targeting Jews

Athens, Ga. (JTA) — The
Campus Crusade for Christ
International chapter at the
University of Georgia has
agreed with the Hillel Foun-
dation to discontinue
specifically targeting Jews for
conversion.
The decision comes in the
aftermath of a March 2 alter-
cation between Hillel
students and a group of Chris-
tian missionaries from Toccoa
Falls (Ga.) College.

ORIGINAL PERSONALIZED POETRY

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Happy Passover From
Beth & Jeff Johnstone
. . . Your New Friends
in Birmingham

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Choir Still
Seeks Members

maimmil NEWS

If you find the right gift a chore
And written words don't flow for you.
Let the "write words" from my pen pour.
To make a portrait fresh and new.
A character sketch I will create,
To mark whatever you celebrate.
So let my "Write Words - speak for you.
And convey portraits. Oh so true!

SPEECHES

d ot.,

The JCC Singers choir of
the Jewish Community
Center is still adding
members. The choir meets at
the Center every Wednesday
in room 310 to practice and
rehearse. The ability to read
music is helpful, but not man-
datory. For information, call
the Center, 661-1000, ext.
335.

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An advanced reading and
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professional people, is being
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Jewish Community Center by
the Improved Reading
Centers of Michigan.
The four-week course will
start April 14. It is open to
the public. There is a fee. For
information call the Center,
661-1000, ext. 335.

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Health News...

What A Chiropractor Can
Do For Athletes Injuries

BY DR. STANLEY LEVINE, D.C.

Football, basketball, hockey and other sports whose very nature
results in bodily contact between the players are the most frequent
offenders. Broken limbs and serious cuts can take a player out of
the game and require immediate treatment.
But what of the less obvious injuries, those
which may start as a minor ache or sprain and
may not appear for hours, days, or even weeks
after the initial cause?
Many athletic injuries are not even the result
of bodily contact, and the sufferer cannot recall
any extraordinary activity which might have
caused his condition.
Golfers or tennis players may dislocate a
shoulder during a swing or serve. The baseball
outfielder can develop a cervical subluxation
DR. LEVINE
(dislocation of the vertebrae) while craning his neck to follow a
high fly ball. A skater might hit a hole in the ice and fall, resulting
in whiplash.
Since the normal functioning of a healthy body is dependent
on the flow of nerve energy to all parts of the 'body, it is important
that such sublaxations be corrected. If a vertebra is dislocated, it
will pinch the nerve between it and the succeeding vertebra and
reduce the flow of vernous energy to one or more vital organ or
muscle structures. Head and neck pains, nausea, or numbness may
result.
As a trained specialist in the spine, nerves, and muscles, the
Doctor of Chiropractic is especially qualified to deal with injuries
involving dislocated bones or torn muscles. He works to correct
the cause of the impairment, not just alleviate the symptoms
through pain-killing drugs.
It is the "amateur" who is most susceptible to athletic injuries.
While the professional has lerned to protect his body whenever
possible, such protection has not become a -second nature" to the
amateur.
If you participate in any type of sports activity, regular examina-
tions by your Doctor of Chiropractic should be included in your
calendar of activities. Early treatment of even minor injuries is more
economical and more effective than waiting until "something must
be done."

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