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September 09, 1988 - Image 197

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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IB'NAI MITZVAH I

DIETS DESIGNED
FOR
YOUR LIFESTYLE

Ex-Detroiter
Is Bar Mitzvah

The Bar Mitzvah of Yoseff
Moshe Weimer was recently
observed in Cleveland, Ohio.
Yoseff is the son of Rabbi Phil
and Sharon Freedman,
formerly of Detroit.
Attending the Bar Mitzvah
were grandparents David and
Tilla Freedman of West
Bloomfield and former
Detroiter Rae Weimer of
Laguna Hills, Calif.
Attending the bar mitzvah
were Detroiters, Mrs. Martha
Katz, Mrs. Barbara Schnip-
per, Mrs. Eleanor Richman,
Mrs. Muriel Silverstein. Also
attending were Rabbi Shaya
and Susan Richman of New
York, formerly of Detroit.
Uncles and aunts at the bar
mitzvah were Dr. Leonard
and Gilya Freedman, former
Detroiters of San Francisco
and Mrs. Sharon Sklar,
former Detroiter of
Milwaukee, Wis.

LOCAL NEWS

Assembly Hosts
NAACP Chief

Arthur L. Johnson, presi-
dent, Detroit Branch NAACP,
will be the main speaker at
the Jewish Community Coun-
cil's first delegate assembly to
be held Wednesday at 8 p.m.
at Temple Emanu-El.
Johnson's topic will be: "The
Civil Rights Agenda: 'A Look
Back — A Look Ahead.' "-
Johnson, who is vice presi-
dent for the community rela-
tions and professor of educa-
tional sociology at Wayne
State University, will use
the occasion to mark the 25th
anniversary of the bombing
of the Sixteenth Street Bap-
tist Church in Birmingham,
Ala., which proved to be a
turning point in the Ken-
nedy Administration's at-
titudes toward civil rights for
blacks.
The assembly, which is
open to the public, will also
introduce new Council Ex-
ecutive Director, David
Gad-Haff.

Beth Shalom
School Begins

Religious school classes at
Congregation Beth Shalom
will start at its Oak Park
facility on Wednesday and on
Thursday at its West Bloom-
field branch.
Openings are still available
for both member and non-
member students. For infor-
mation, call the school office,
544-7972.

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Prompt Action Necessary
To Turn Tide of Arthritis

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Maybe it's time someone spoke frankly about arthritis.
A number of individuals advise arthritics to restrict their ac-
tivities . . . relax, take it easy and don't use that painful joint. And
here, take these pain pills.
Quite frankly, that advice is so dangerous it frightens me.
Face the facts. The more an arthritic restricts his or her
activities the more prone he or she is to a recur-
rence of an arthritic attack. And the "Take it
easy" period gets longer and longer until the
person reaches the point of no return.
You just simply can't dig yourself out of a
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And as for pain killers, the more they're
taken the less effective they become and the
more they must be taken. It's quite a vicious
circle.
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DR. LEVINE
A number of causative factors must be con-
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Arthritis knows no age barrier. It frequently strikes people in
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What does an arthritis condition mean?
Commonly it means a stiffness and soreness in the back. The
pain is such that it's difficult for a person to move quickly.
In the beginning, the condition comes and goes. The joints
swell, there is soreness in the muscles. As an arthritic condition
begins to make itself known all bodily functions are slowed.
But as time goes by the attacks become more frequent and last
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