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December 01, 1989 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-01

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I LOCAL NEWS I

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of some incident in which you may have strained your back, and
come up with nothing. But there must be some reason why you
have back pains. The truth is that even the simplest of incidents
may be the cause, such as reaching high on a shelf to get
something. Or stooping suddenly to pick up something that has
fallen. Or maybe you need some tips on good posture.
Whatever the cause, the problem may be that your spinal
column is out of alignment. No pain-killing drug can cure the cause. It can dull the
pain for awhile and give you temporary relief. But if your back is out of alignment,
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JCC Pushes
Opening Back

RICHARD PEARL

Staff Writer

T

he opening of the new
multi-purpose facility
at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community. Center
has been pushed back to the
week of Dec. 11.
The $1.75 million
Rosenberg Complex, which
replaces the old tennis bub-
ble at the Center, was
scheduled to open in
September, but problems
with the asphalt flooring
postponed it.
The most recent target
date was Dec. 1, but a final
rolling of the surface to elim-
inate bubbles, plus removal
of a multi-purpose coating
from two tennis courts, fur-
ther delayed the opening.
"We are very optimistic it
will be open" by mid-
December, said Marty Oliff,
JCC assistant executive di-
rector. "Hopefully, the green
coating and court striping
will be down by the end of
next week."
The multi-purpose facility
has five indoor tennis courts,
two of which can be used for
basketball or volleyball, and
also has a walking/jogging
track. The track was not af-
fected by the bubbling. ❑

Camp Eyewitness
At HMC Event

An eyewitenss to the
Liberation of Buchenwald,
Dr. Leon Bass, will speak
7:30 p.m. Dec. 5, at the Maple-
Drake Jewish Community
Center. His talk, entitled "Is
the Price Too High?" is spon-

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NEWS

Ancient Church
Found In Negev

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The re-
mains of a Byzantine church
dating from the fifth or sixth
centuries C.E. have been
discovered at the Be'er-
Sham ruins in the Negev.
The find was made in the
first season of diggings at
the site, by a team headed by
Yeshayahu Lender and Dan
Gazit of the Antiquities Au-
thority, a government agen-
cy.
A building was found with
two chambers. One used for
baptisms contains a marble-
covered baptismal font.
But the most important
discovery was the three in-
scriptions on the mosaic
floor.
Two honor the priests and
members of the local com-
munity. The third, in
Homeric-style Greek, men-
tions Heladius, the governor
of Gerar, which was a prov-
ince during the Byzantine
period in what is now
southern Israel.
The inscription says a bat-
talion of the governor's
horsemen helped build the
structure.
The inscriptions are espe-
cially important to archae-
ologists, because they name
the province and the gover-
nor, and credit cavalrymen
with erecting the church.
The second chamber, adja-
cent to the first, has a color-
ful mosaic floor with inscrip-
tions that in entiOn, among
other things, "Victor the
Hermit." He may have been
a hermit priest who lived in
the area and helpad lay the
mosaic tiles.

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Bass is a member of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Council

New York (JTA) —
Suspected Nazi war criminal
Josef Schwammberger, be-
ing held in an Argentine
prison pending extradition
to West Germany, has been
hospitalized in serious con-
dition, following what may
have been an attempt to
take his life.
The Simon Wiesenthal
Center in Los Angeles
reported Nov. 24 that
Schwammberger, 77, was
comatose.
However, Argentine
sources said only that he was
hospitalized.

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