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Miller to Discuss U.S. Zionist- Israel Relationship with Ben Gurion

September 26, 1952
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The relationship of the American Jewish community to Israel, and the strengthening of the world Zionist movement will be discussed when Rabbi Irving Miller, president of the Zionist Organization of America, and Premier David Ben Gurion confer in Israel next week, it was disclosed here today following a meeting of the national executive of the Z. O. A.

Rabbi Miller is scheduled to fly to Israel Tuesday at the invitation of Premier Ben Gurion. He will be joined there by Abraham Goodman, chairman of the Z. O. A. inner committee. The two leaders and Dr. Emanuel Neumann will work out arrangements for completion of the Z. O. A. House in Tel Aviv and for its operation as an American Zionist cultural, tourist and investment information center.

Addressing the national executive session, Rabbi Miller indicated that the Z. O. A. stands firmly behind the resolution outlining Zionist tasks which was adopted last summer at the 55th annual convention of the Z. O. A.

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