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Z.O.A. Plans Effort to Seek Wider Membership

August 30, 1932
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An effort to bring larger membership to the Zionist organization of America will be launched as a result of a decision adopted at a special Zionist Conference held at White Lake camp over the weekend.

The conference, which held a reception for Louis Lipsky, chairman of the American Palestine campaign, upon his return from Europe, heard a report by Mr. Lipsky on the deliberations of the Actions Committee which he attended.

Eighty delegates and a hundred guests attended the sessions.

Addresses were also delivered by Carl Sherman, A. Goldberg, Dr. Jacob Sonderlin, Herman Quittman, Mrs. Louis Goldring, Morris Margulies, Sigmund Thau, A. Goldstine, Rabbi Joseph Gabriel and Max. Leff.

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