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September 30, 1988 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-30

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Detroit Gallery of Contemporary Crafts

Why Monkey Around?
Trust Your Watchmaker .

UNIVERSAL
WATCH REPAIR

• We do repairs for over 70 local jewelers
• We repair all Quartz and Manual watches
• All work done on premises
Free Estimate
• Rolex, Piaget, Concord,
Corum, Movado, Omega,
Longines, Seiko & others

301 Fisher Bldg

PAPER CONSTRUCTIONS

By Ellen Zahorec

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By Gail Kendall

IS YOUR WATCH REPAIRED ON YOUR JEWELERS
PREMISES OR DOES HE SEND IT OUT?

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Open Mon: Fri. 9.6, Sat. 9-5

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Health News...

Why Migraine Sufferers
Seek Chiropractic Care

BY DR. STANLEY LEVINE, D.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic

INCOMPARABLE STYLES, QUALITY & PRICE !
BRICKER-TUNIS guarantees it:
Just show us a fur of the same style and same
fine quality priced lower than ours and we'll give
you the difference plus 10%
So come to Bricker-Tunis where we promise you
when a coat costs less it is never less of a coat.

FALL FUR SALE!
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BRICKER-TUNIS

Have you ever been to a Chiropractor? Have you ever
wondered why people go to Chiropractors?
Maybe it's what you could call "educated common sense."
Now, you probably know that sensible eating habits, enough
rest and good living conditions are necessary to health and hap-
piness. But is part of the health formula being left out because
of something people do not know?
There are too many who do not realize that the nerves in
the spinal column mean life and death, sickness and health.
;02-4 It is not romantic to think about; yet good
nerve condition is just as necessary as food,
water and shelter to our lives.
The relief of headache through the use
of deadening drugs is a temporary measure.
The cause of most headache, including
migraine, has been demonstrated as a nerve
pressure problem in countless cases.
In these cases, the unique hollow bones
of the spinal "column have been found to be
out of place, and the nerves within their pro-
DR. LEVINE
tective centers have been pinched and the
brain signals "ache" in protest.
As you can imagine, people who suffer migraine and go to
a Chiropractor, in effect, want to have the misalignments of their
spine corrected . . . they want the nerve pressure relieved by
having the bones put back in place.
We believe that's pretty sensible. It's a pity more who suf-
fer from the plague of migraine don't seek a Chiropractic answer.
And maybe one of the important things to remember is that
you have to seek it . . . it will not reach out and haul you into
the Chiropractor's door.
If you suffer from migraine . . . or if you experience recur-
ring headaches . . . do what so many others have done: see a
Chiropractor. Find out if yours is a Chiropractic case.

Don't live with pain

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1988

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Dr. Stanley B. Levine
Dr. Stephen M. Tepper
Dr. Robert W. Levine

Jews Help
After Gilbert

New York (JTA) — Jewish
relief organizations have step-
ped in to collect funds for
areas devastated by Hur-
ricane Gilbert and for
Bangladesh, which has been
ravaged by flooding.
But unlike CARE, UNICEF
and other major relief
organizations which can
mobilize massive and im-
mediate relief efforts, the
smaller Jewish organizations
have taken a more deliberate
approach in assessing the
long-term needs of countries
struck by natural disasters.
The Boston-based Ameri-
can Jewish World Service has
raised more than $18,000 on
behalf of Bangladesh, where
flooding that began late last
month killed more than 500
and dislocated hundreds of
thousands. At one point, near-
ly 100 percent of the farmland
in some regions lay beneath
the waters of the swollen
rivers of southern Asia.
The AJWS also will focus on
reconstruction programs in
Jamaica, where Hurricane
Gilbert left 500,000 homeless,
and in Mexico, where the
destruction was even worse.

Scholarship Lets
Israeli Arabs
Study In U.S.

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Amer-
ican embassy in Tel Aviv has
announced a special scholar-
ship program for Israeli
Arabs to study in America.
A limited number of schol-
arships will be available to
Israeli Arabs for graduate
study in the United States in
social sciences, health, physi-
cal and biological sciences,
agriculture, education, psy-
chology, mathematics and
engineering.
The recipients, who will be
selected on the basis of aca-
demic excellence, will be pro-
vided funds for up to two
years of study beginning in
September 1989.
The $750,000 program is
funded by the U.S. govern-
ment under a- congressional
bill sponsored by represen-
tative Lee Hamilton, chair-
man of the Foreign Affairs
Committee.
The program will be admin-
istered by the U.S.-Israel
Educational Foundation and
the scholarships will cover
the costs of tuition,
maintenance, and travel to
and from the United States.
A number of other scholar-
ship programs are available
for Israelis in general.

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