The Order Sons of Zion will hold its twentieth annual convention at the Hotel New Atlantic here, beginning Saturday evening, June 22, and continuing Sunday and Monday. Addresses to the delegates will be delivered by Emanuel Neumann, chairman of the Jewish National Fund of America, Bernard S. Deutsch, chairman of the American Jewish Congress, Morris Rothenberg of the Zionist Organization of America, Abraham Goldberg of the Histadruth Ivrith of America, Meyer Brown, president of the Jewish Workers’ National Alliance.
The present Nasi, Max Perlman, will survey the Order’s past activities and make recommendations for the Order’s future activities. The present Maskir, Harry A. Pine, will report on the Order’s financial status.
The Order, which recently celebrated its twentieth anniversary, is composed of 56 camps located in 16 states. It is affiliated with the Zionist Organization of America.
About 250 delegates, representing the various camps throughout the country, are expected to attend.
An auto tour of 10,500 miles, from Charleston, W. Va., to Seattle, Wash., and Cranbrook, British Columbia, was started by Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice N. Eisendrath, of Charleston, in behalf of the Department of Synagogue and School Extension, of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
They will visit Sherman, Dallas, and Big Spring, Texas; Los Angeles and San Francisco, Cal.; Billings, Mont.; Bismarck, N. D.; Fargo, N. D.; and Mason City, Ia.
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