golda meir

  • Golda Has Second Cataract Operation

    Former Premier Golda Meir recently underwent surgery for the removal of a cataract from her eye. It was the second such operation in recent weeks for the 76-year-old former leader. Both were successful. Mrs. Meir, seen at Hadassah Hospital Friday where she went for a post-operative examination, appeared to be in good health. More ▸

  • Golda to Rest After Operation

    Former Premier Golda Meir was operated on her eye Thursday at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem to remove a cataract. Her condition was reported as good. Doctors did not allow any visitors, but her room was flooded with wreaths of flowers. Doctors said she would remain in the hospital until the middle of this week,… More ▸

  • Mrs. Meir in Hospital for Operation to Remove Cataract from Her Eye

    Former Premier Golda Meir entered Hadassah Hospital today for an operation today to remove a cataract from here eye. The operation was to take place in the hospital by a team headed by the eye department director Prof. Hannan Saubermann. Mrs. Meir is expected to leave the hospital within a few days. However, the total… More ▸

  • Golda: Israel Not Isolated

    Former Israeli Premier Golda Meir said last night that her more than three weeks in the United States and Canada have convinced her that despite the anti-Israel resolutions in the United Nations, Israel is not isolated. “Isolated? Absolute nonsense.” Mrs. Meir told some 2000 Jewish leaders attending a National Dinner of Tribute to her sponsored… More ▸

  • Mrs. Meir Urges U.S. Jews to Make Aliya to ‘your Country’

    Former Premier Golda Meir urged American Jews to immigrate to Israel because “it is your country, it is your people–come and help make it better.” Mrs. Meir spoke to more than 2000 people who crowded into the Bnai Jeshurun synagogue here Thursday night in a meeting sponsored by the Association of Americans and Canadians for… More ▸

  • Mrs. Meir Visits Ford

    Former Premier Golda Meir met today with President Ford in the Oval Office of the White House. Also present at the meeting were Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger and Israeli Ambassador Simcha Dinitz. Mrs. Meir, looking relaxed and rested, was greeted by Ford who told her, “You look beautiful.” Kissinger immediately added, “Obviously because,… More ▸

  • Mrs, Meir Cautions Against Pessimism, Despondency Regarding Israel’s Future

    Former Premier Golda Meir lectured against pessimism and despondency with regard to Israel’s future here yesterday and declared that while Israel “may be isolated in the world, with the solidarity of the entire Jewish people, we feel strong.” Mrs. Meir, who was visiting Canada in connection with the 1975 Israel Bond Campaign, spoke to a… More ▸

  • Mrs. Meir on Tour for Israel Bonds

    Former Israeli Premier Golda Meir, who arrived in the United States early last week, will take part in two major events in North America in behalf of Israel Bonds, it was announced by Sam Rothberg. general chairman, and Michael Arnon, president of the Israel Bond Organization. Mrs. Meir will address a nationwide Canadian dinner in… More ▸

  • Mrs, Meir to Address UJA Conference

    Three thousand American Jewish leaders are scheduled to be present at a major address to be delivered by Mrs. Golda Meir in New York on Dec. 14. The occasion for the speech is the banquet of the 1975 National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal. It is the first time Mrs. Meir is addressing Jewish… More ▸