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Boy Scout Camp Has Jewish Wing

August 6, 1923
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Tents named for Biblical heroes, a "Kosher" kitchen where meals are prepared and served in accordance with dietary code, a chapel where Jewish religious services are held three times daily,- these are the features of the Jewish wing of the Boy Scouts’ of America camp at Tuxedo, N. Y. , according to an announcement by Rabbi Samuel M. Cohen, executive secretary of the United Synagogue of America.

The Jewish Publication Society has donated copies of all its publications to the library, that has been set up.

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