David Tannenbaum, Director of Z. O. A. House in Tel Aviv, Dies
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David Tannenbaum, Director of Z. O. A. House in Tel Aviv, Dies

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David Tannenbaum, director of the ZOA House here, died last night of a heart attack. He was 62 years old. Born in Denver, Colorado, he was active in the American Zionist movement and lived in Israel for various periods. He was appointed director of the ZOA House, a social and cultural center maintained in Tel Aviv by the Zionist Organization of America, about two months ago.

Dr. Tannenbaum was considered an authority on Palestinian economy prior to the establishment of the Jewish State. He was at one time the director of the Palestine Economic Bureau of the Zionist Organization of America. Earlier, he held the post of director of the Metropolitan office of the ZOA in New York.

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