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Children’s Carnival Ends Camp Season

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The Home Camp project, Camp-A-Noog of the Institutional Synagogue is winding up its season with a carnival week.

This afternoon the main attraction of the summer will be presented by the campers, the Ta-A-Noog Circus, consisting of animals made by the children, and a side show.

The Palestine program will show the progress the children have made in their Jewish studies. A Biblical play will be presented in Hebrew, and a Palestinian play will be produced by another group. The Juniors will present a playlet called “Friday Evening in Jerusalem.”

Rabbi Goodman, director of the camp, has invited Isaac Siegel, president of the Institutional Synagogue, Dr. Mordecai Soltes, E. J. Londow, Miss Janet Weisman, Louis Kraft and William Weiss to attend the concluding ceremonies.

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