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December 09, 1988 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-09

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Chiropractic Health Hints

WITH DR. STANLEY LEVINE, D.C

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BACKACHE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP
TO VARIOUS HEALTH PROBLEMS

options, participants will
have individualized educa-
tional programs, sports, and
specially designed evening
activities.
Camp NCSY (July 2-July
30) is a unique summer camp
experience which combines
Torah study, multi-level com-
puter courses and recreation.
The program is for boys 14-18.
The entire camp is housed at
Ner Israel Yeshiva campus in
Baltimore, Md.
In addition to the above pro-
grams, the Israel Summer

Seminar and the Travel
North America programs
have a component for
developmentally disabled
teens under the Yachad-
NCSY banner. This compo-
nent is shorter in length than
the main tours and features
an individualized tour
schedule with specialized
staff.

For information about
NCSY summer programs,
contact Regional Director
Rabbi Mark Cohn, 967-3300.

""'""1 "•••••••1 BBYO

Oratory Contest Part
Of BBYO Regional Event

"Do the increasing number
of white supremacy groups in
the world today pose a threat
to Judaism, and do we have
the right to stop them?" and
"Which comes first,
patriotism or Judaism?" are
the questions for the Max F.
Baer AZA Oratory Contedst
and the Louis L. Perlman
BBG Oratory Contest to be
held Dec. 27 at the 1988 B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization
regional convention.
The 31 Michigan Region
chapters will have the oppor-
tunity to participate in the
oratory contests and in the
other 16 contests and corn-
petitions at the end-of-the-
year convention Dec. 25-29 at
the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center. In addi-
tion to the main oratory topic,
contestants will also give ex-
temporaneous addresses,
which will be original and
will contain Jewish content.
About 500 BBYO members
are expected to participate in
this year's regional
convention.
The Great Lakes BBG
Council announces the elec-
tion of Lori Eidelman of
Masada BBG as BBG/BBW
chairwoman. She will work as
the B'nai B'rith Girls
representative in planning
the March 5 program with
B'nai B'rith Women.
BBYO announces the elec-
tion of several new chapter
presidents (N'siah to BBG
chapters and Godol to AZA
chapters): Julie Tracht to
Achayot BBG; Eric Pevzner to
Akiba AZA; Rick Benton to
Hart AZA; and Joshua Keyes
to Posen AZA.
The Great Lakes AZA
Council Basketball League
will begin its basketball
league Jan. 22, at Oakland
Community College, Orchard
Ridge campus. Applications
will be mailed individually to
all registered members of

AZA. The league will be com-
prised of teams sponsored by
the AZA chapters in the
Detroit area and from
Windsor.
Overall coordinator for the
league is Brad Rochlen of
Kishon AZA. Staff coordnator
is Nathaniel Warshay.
The next BBYO adviser
group meeting will take place
on Sunday at the BBYO
Chapter Service Center at 10
a.m. The meeting will focus
on planning chapter
weekends at BBYO's Milan
Conference Centre in Belle
River, Ont.

Backache is one of man's most common ailments and complaints.
Besides being a real pain in the back, backache can be a hint of future
health problems or an actual reflex symptom of a current disorder. How
can this be? What relationship does the spine have to health?
The nervous system is the main control of the body and disturbances
of that system are primary factors in the development of disease processes.
Disrelationships between the spinal segments (vertebrae) can cause func-
tional disorders in the body. These displacements of the vertebrae (called
subluxations) occur frequently and are a specific cause of nerve irritation.
When there is irritation to a specific nerve or group of nerves that supply
the control to a certain organ or part of the body, there will be disfunction, and thus, the breakdown
of natural resistance and the beginning of disease.
Backaches often bring people to a chiropractor for the first time. Through this introduction,
they have learned that chiropractic care is not limited to back disorders. They have found that
the science of chiropractic can solve many and varied health problems.

Don't Live With Pain. We Can Help!

LEVINE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 855.2666

31390 Northwestern Hwy., Farmington Hills 48018

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

An
Investment
in the future

°°"1 LOCAL NEWS

Hospital Shows
Children's Art

Sinai Hospital of Detroit
and the Sinai Hospital Guild
will sponsor a show of art
works now through Jan. 5
celebrating Jewish holidays
and customs by students from
Hillel Day School in Far-
mington Hills.
The art works, submitted by
students from kindergarten
through eighth grade, are
displayed in Sinai Hospital's
three main lobbies.
Sinai will hold a Chanukah
party for Hillel Day School
students and their families on
Sunday.

U.S. SAVINGS
BONDS

Buy them where you
bank or work.

JEWELERS
INC.
32940 Middlebelt Road at 14 Mile • Farmington Hills, MI 48018

• 855-1730 • Mon.-Sat. 10-6, Thurs. till 8

YOU COULD CALL...
• Decorators •Musicians • Caterers
• Florists •Printers •Halls •Bakeries
• YOUR PYSCHIATRIST

Yiddish Group
Meets Sunday

A Yiddish Vinkl sponsored
by the Workmen's Circle will
be held on Sunday at 2 p.m.
at the Workmen's Circle
Center, 26341 Coolidge, Oak
Park.
The vinkl gives Yiddish
speakers an opportunity to
meet.
The public is invited, and
there is no charge.

ArnefiCOn Head
'ASSOCiat iOrt

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PROFESSIONAL PARTY PLANNERS

For more information call Roz Stern at 855-3636

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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