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June 03, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-03

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A rustic setting and modern
facilities are combining to make
Camp Walden one of Michigan's
most appealing summer camps
for boys and girls, aged 6 to 16.
Located in the northeastern
part of the state, only 25 miles
from the Mackinac Bridge,
Camp Walden offers campers a
host of activities and summer
fun in a clear, pollen-free area.
The camp has a sand-bottom
beach on an inland lake, and
conducts a variety of daily and
evening programs. These range
from such water sports as
waterskiing and canoe tripping
to barn dancing and dramatics.
Friday evening services are
conducted each week.
The name Walden, according
to its directors, Neal Schechter
and Larry Stevens, both of
whom have had many years of
camping and teaching experi-
ence, is borrowed from Henry
David Thoreau's classic book.
Here, in prose that is re-
garded as a classic, Thoreau de-
scribed his hermitage amid the
beautiful surroundings of Wal-
den Pond in Massachusetts.
Schechter and Stevens, who
have both attained master's de-
grees in education, have de-
voted many years to child guid-
ance activities. For information,
call UN. 2-2440 or UN. 3-9097.

Mayor Sets City of Hope Week
June 8-15 for Fund-Raising Drive
*ww .

Reasonable Rates.

BEST of everything

• Beautiful Rooms
with Private
Baths and
Showers
• Spacious Park-
like Grounds
• Fine Kosher
Cuisine
• Children's
Playground
• Entertainment
• Sports
Facilities

227 Oak Street

SOUTH HAVEN, MICH.

Phones: 408 or 449

A tour of six countries in
Europe, Asia, the Far East and
on the North American con-
tinent was begun by Prof.
ISAAC BERENBLUM, head of
the experimental biology de-
partment at the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science in Israel.

EXHIBITORS WANTED

- ORIGINAL
PAINTINGS
SCULPTURE

OBJECTS OF THE ARTS AND CRAFTS

MICHIGAN S GREENWICH VILLAGE

'

"The Outdoor Market Place of Art"

Mayor LOUIS C. MIRIANI is shown with a delegation of
women from the City of Hope Cancer Fighters as he proclaims
the week June 8 to 15 as City of Hope Week in Detroit. Shown
with the Mayor, left to right, are Mesdames LOUIS E. ALPERT,
door-to-door chairman; ABE EIZELMAN, president; LAW-
RENCE BENDEROFF, Tag Day chairman; and MORRIS
MOSS, vice-president of fund-raising.. Mayor Miriani urged all
Detroiters "to support the City of Hope, the national medical
center that has brought new hope to ailing mankind," during
the week-long period.

Chicago Doctor Here
for Sinai 'Alumni Day'

Dr. Rachmiel Levine, chair-
man of the department of medi-
cine of Michael Reese Hospital
and professor of medicine at
the Chicago Medical School,
will serve as guest lecturer at
Sinai Hospital here on June 22.
Dr. Levine's visit, which is
Classified ads bring fast results. part of the hospital's "Alumni
Day," will include scientific
presentations by the house staff
at 8:30 a.m.; a lecture by Dr.
Levine on "Physiology of Stress,
Surgery and Trauma" at 11 a.m.
and a clinical conference of the
department of medicine at 2
p.m., in the main lecture room.
All interested physicians are
invited to attend.

onsistent with the

JOSEPH M. MAZER, treas-
urer of the Hudson Pulp and
Paper Corp., New York, a
trustee of Yeshiva University,
will be the guest of honor at
the annual commencement din-
ner of Yeshiva University, June
15, at Essex House, New York.

Goldoftas to Address
Farband on Shavuot

Movsas Goldoftas will address
the Shavuot celebration of Far-
band Branch 114, Saturday
night, on the subject "The Con-
tribution of the Bible to Hu-
inanity." All members and
friends are invited. Admission
is free. Refreshments will be
served. Louis Levine is in
charge of the musical program.
Goldoftas also will address
the Shavuot celebration of Far-
band Branch 79 on Wednes-
day evening. All are invited.

fo Ta•••••• •

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500 feet of private beach on
the PREMISES • Spacious
Grounds • All Activities •
Professional Enterta in m e nt
Staff • Dancing Nightly •
130 Modern Airy Rooms, in-
!coding New Constructed
DeLuxe Rooms • Tiled Pri-
vate Baths • Delicious
Kosher Food • Children's
Activities Supervised by
Counsellor • New Play-
ground • Governess

29563 Northwestern Hwy., N. of 12 Mile Rd.
FREE! Outdoor Public Exhibition and Sale
by Artists and Craftsmen on the Grounds
Every Fri., Sat., Sun. & Holidays — 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Weather Per itting

Call or Phone BARNEY or SARAH POTASCH, Lgin 7-0417

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AT NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER
Today Thru Sunday

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Where You Get Consistent ."Quality plus Quantity"
Enjoy a Free Circus and Get Your Discount
Tickets for All Rides at,

G
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by Alan Schwartz
Last Thursday, the Mumford
Current Affairs Club sponsored
a mock Democratic national
convention. The 300 delegates
were from the 50 states, Puerto
Rico, the Canal Zone, and the
District of Columbia. For every
five delegates at the real con-
vention, there was one delegate
at the mock convention.
The delegates chose Senator
John Kennedy of Massachusetts
to be their presidentail candi-
date and Governor Leroy Col-
Ens of Florida for his running
mate.
The Southeren states walked
out of the convention over Civil
Rights, although they returned
later. Mark Greenberg served
as chairman of the convention
and Barbara Onrich as secre-
tary-reader. Melvin Weisz is
adviser to the club.
Forty-seven Mumford seniors
won Junior Phi Beta Kappa
awards for outstanding scholar-
ship. In order to win a student
must have a 2.6 average (A-3)
in all academic subjects.

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ARTISTIC BUFFET TRAY CATERING FOR
ANY PARTY OR SOCIAL GATHERING

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THE

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SHOPPING CENTER

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C -poration

JiAllf Activities

Strictly Kosher

Under Supervision
Rabbinica l
Chicago
Council

1 11 North Shore Or. Tel. 120 South Hoven, Mich.

Special

for June

DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED

FINEST • HEATED

SWIMMING POOL

ALSO WADING POOL

CHILDREN'S COUNSELORS

PLANNED ACTIVITIES

MENDELSON'S RESORT

REDUCED RATES

CHOICE ROOMS

FULL PROGRAM

$10

$57

Per
Day

50 Per
Week

PhOne. B en
511

Teitel,' Mgr.

Irving Cane, Department of
Michigan commander, and Mrs.
Jack Schwartz, past Depart-
ment Auxiliary president, re-
cently installed new officers of
the Sgt. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAN POST and AUXILIARY.
They are, for the Post, W.
Sniderman, commander; H.
Krolleck and W. Levitt, vice-
commanders; H. Lederman,
adjutant; M. Hoffman, quarter-
master; S. Bienenfeld, judge ad-
vocate; V. Palmer, M. Shepherd,
H. Greenberg, H. C. Gach and
S. Singer, trustees. Auxiliary of-
ficers are S. Goldstein, presi-
dent; I Cane and A. Lawrence,
vice-presidents; E. B i a 1 i c k,
treasurer; ,I Wagner, patriotic
instructress; F. Gertz, secretary;
F. Gorelick, guard; Rose Levitt,
chaplain; B. Gach, historian;
Sylvia Kalter, conductress; S.
Malkes, F. Rosenberg, A. Lakin
and E. Altman, trustees. A
luncheon honoring Mrs. Wil-
liam Sniderman, immediate past
president of the Auxiliary, is
planned for 12:30 p.m., June 11,
at Jeri's. For reservations, call
Mrs. Irving Cane, VE 8-3813.

Fear is the weapon in the
hands of tyrants.
—Mary Baker Eddy

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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, June 3, 1960

Camp Walden Sets
Summer Activities
for Boys and Girls

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