JERUSALEM (Jul. 21)
A delegation of representatives of American veterans organizations, who toured Israel as part of President Eisenhower’s “People to People” goodwill program, left Israel this week-end after five day.
The delegation invited Israeli veterans groups to send delegates to the conventions of the American groups. The leader of the American group, L. K. Gough, a past national commander of the American Legion, said that the visit had convinced his group of the “general desire for peace” in Israel.
Another distinguished visitor left Israel today. He was R. Chaundhry, vice president of the Pakistan Labor Federation, who said he was “convinced that Israel’s desire for peace is genuine since no country can busy itself so much with building and not desire peace.” A guest of the Histadrut, Mr. Chaundhry promised to convey his impressions of Israel to other Pakistani labor leaders.