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January 13, 1995 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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rience the Magic" of
Tanuga. Family camp
available.

Camp Wahanowin

P.O. BOX 850
ORILLIA, ONTARIO L3V 6K8
(810) 851-0040 OR
1-800-866-8170

Camp Wahanowin on
Lake Couchiching, 150
acres 1 1/2 hours north of
Toronto, Canada, cele-
brates its 40th season
under Owner/Directors
the Nashman family.
Complete waterfront and
landsports program, chal-
lenge activities and cre-
ative and performing arts.
Mature and caring staff,
resident physician and
Friday night services. U.S.
dollar worth 35% more in
Canada! Directors Harold
or Bruce Nashman, Toll
Free 1-800-866-8170 or our
representative Deby
Gannee (810) 851-0040.

Camp Walden

CHEBOYGAN, MICHIGAN
31070 APPLEWOOD LANE
FARMINGTON HILLS, MI 48331
810-661-1890

To a child, summer
brings a sense of adven-
ture, an aura of excite-
ment, and a spirit of hav-
ing fun amid good times
and warm friendships — a
time to build lifelong
memories.
The staff of Camp
Walden is guided by
these tenets: Each child
should have fun while

learning, under the guid-
ance and support of a
well-trained staff. Physical
fitness is encouraged to
build confidence and a
healthy body. Social skills
are nurtured and devel-
oped in the challenges of
peer group living.
Freedom of choice pro-
vides campers with con-
trol and commitment to
the activities they select.
Camp Walden offers a
superb facility, talented
staff, numerous activities
both in-and-out of camp,
beautiful grounds and a
clean spring-fed lake. A
summer to remember at
a special home away
from home!

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Play the market right and
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h Call Mrs. Kravetz at 661-8233

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The very things that con-
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All you have to do is invest
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Buy more in the fresh prod-
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chase fish, poultry and
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Switch to low-fat dairy prod-
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check the nutritional list-
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In short, be selective about
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Because no matter how
much you lose, you've got
a lot to win.

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

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