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March 03, 1989 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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The Architects of Time

Jews from abroad in the
Jewish State.
As an expression of solidari-
ty with Israel, I urge you to
come to spend the coming
Pesach and Yom Ha'Atzmaut
holidays, or any other time
that is convenient, with us.
No one needs to be afraid to
come to Israel. Few cities in
the Western world are as safe
as our cities.

Olga Freud
Association of Americans and
Canadians in Israel, Tel Aviv

Automobile
Connection

The Ginsburg-Mayer-
Krolik clan continues to enjoy
Philip Slomovitz's byline. His
excellent article Jan. 6 about
the automobile trade which
highlighted my grandfather,
Bernard Ginsburg, was much
appreciated. Few peple in the
world are aware of my grand-
father's original interest in

the automobile world.
Thanks again for bringing
it to the attention of the
readers of The Jewish News.

John L. Mayer
Bloomfield Hills

Thanks For
'Ashes To Ashes'

Thank you for printing
Michael Weiss' essay, "Ashes
to Ashes," on Feb. 17. I was
very moved by Michael's will-
ingness to visit Poland and
his attempt to grasp what the
Holocaust was all about. He
is a very brave young fellow.
I was deeply touched that
he chose to share his feelings
in such an emotional manu-
script. I'm so thrilled that he
won a scholarship to Wayne
State University for this
essay because this sensitive,
courageous individual surely
deserves it.

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I LOCAL NEWS I

Awareness Day Prelude
To Bone Marrow Drive

A community-wide Family
Awareness Day dedicated to
the dissemination of informa-
tion regarding the impor-
tance of participating in blood
donor programs will take
place on Sunday from 2 to
4:30 p.m. at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek. The theme of
Family Awareness Day will
be, "Giving the Gift of Life,
the Ultimate Mitzvah."
A highlight of the event will
be a talk by registered nurse
Patricia Steele, bone marrow
transplant (BMT) coordinator
at the Detroit Medical Center.
Beginning at 2:15 p.m. Mrs.
Steele will speak on "Every-
thing You Wanted to Know
about Being a Bone Marrow
Donor," after which she will
take questions.
Other activities of the day
will include Purim cooking
crafts, Purim arts and crafts
for children, magic by Howard
Faber, a family sing-along
and refreshments.
This program is being joint-
ly sponsored by Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, United
Hebrew Schools, the National
Conference of Synagogue
Youth (NCSY), the Jewish
Community Center, Hillel
Day School and Yeshivat
Akiva. The admission fee will
go toward offsetting the cost
of testing at the Hadassah
Bone Marrow Drive which
will take place on March 12
at the Maple/Drake Jewish
Community Center. Those
unable to attend Family

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Awareness Day may send a
contribution to the Hadassah
Bone Marrow Drive, c/o
Hadassah, 5030 Orchard
Lake Rd., West Bloomfield
48033.
For information, contact
Carole Gale, early childhood
director at United Hebrew
Schools, 356-7378; or Lynn -
and Warren Silverman, Fami-
ly Awareness Day chairmen
at Shaarey Zedek, 357-5544.

Medicare Topic
For Seniors

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will sponsor a
workshop entitled, "Patients
Right Under Medicare," on
March 16 at 10:30 a.m. at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building.
Registered nurse Margaret
Belton of the Michigan Peer
Review Organization, will
discuss Medicare's new reim-
bursement policy, the Pro-
spective Payment System.

Correction

The telephone number for
the Explore the Land
seminar-tour of Israel appear-
ing in last week's Jewish
News was incorrect. For infor-
mation about the tour, call
the national B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation office, (202)
857-6563.

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Chiropractic Health Hints

BY DR. STANLEY LEVINE, D.C.

Why Do You Suffer From Your Headaches?

Millions of Americans suffer from headaches every day. Why? Technically, most
chronic headaches are due to irritation and compression of the upper spinal nerves.
But, when you talk about a headache, you could spend an hour discussing various
technical aspects and they'd still all boil down to one thing: Pain.

To stick with the 'why,' you must realize that headache is part of the symptom
complex in many diseases. However, most chronic or recurring headaches at the
base of the skull and upper neck are caused by irritation of the upper three spinal
nerves.
Spinal nerves which supply the scalp may be compressed or irritated by a slightly
displaced spinal segment which partly occludes the spinal opening through which
the nerves exit the spine.

DR. LEVINE

These nerves may also be irritated or compressed by postural decay of the upper spine.

It should be remembered that all serious headache problems start with first one and then another, until
the condition is chronic. Talk to a person who suffers from recurring migraine attacks and you'll seek treat-
ment of your first headache.
Taking a pain pill every day is a self-treating, habit-forming potent that is nothing less than delaying
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