Decrease in Anti-semitism in Argentina Reported at Jewish Meeting in Buenos Aires

Anti-Semite activities decreased in Argentina this year as compared with previous years, Dr. Ricardo Dubrovsky, president of the DATA, central representative body of Argentine Jewry, reported here at the General Assembly of the organization. He praised the present attitude of President Peron towards Jewish problems.

Leaders of all Zionist groups in Argentina decided today to establish an advisory committee to the South American regional office of the Jewish Agency. Zionist problems more discussed here at a session of the Council of the Confederation of General Zionists in Latin America attended by delegates from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Bolivia.

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