The second annual convention of Masada, youth Zionist Organization of America, will open in Philadelphia on Thanksgiving Day, November 29, and will adjourn December 2.
The organization, which was founded during July, 1933, in Chicago and which held its first convention at Niagara Falls last December, was definitely recognized at the last Zionist convention as the senior youth section of the Z.O.A.
For the past eight months the group has been successfully conducting a widespread membership campaign in which cooperation has been received from the local Zionist districts.
Isaac Imber, national president of Masada, announces that a distinct viewpoint in Zionism, definitely liberal in its tendencies, has been crystalizing within the organization since its inception. This, the president indicates, will be noted in the formulation of policy and ideology, the principle item on the agenda of the coming convention.