Venezuela

  • Israel’s Agriculture Minister Arrives on Visit in Venezuela

    Chaim Gvati, Israel’s Agriculture Minister, arrived in Venezuela on a four day official visit that will wind up a tour of Mexico, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. He was met at the airport by Venezuela’s Agriculture Minister and other dignitaries as he began a crowded program of trips by special plane to various agricultural regions,… More ▸

  • Dr. Israel Goldstein Lauds Caracas Jewry As’best for Its Size’

    Dr. Israel Goldstein, world chairman of Keren Hayesod-United Israel Appeal, and member of the Jewish Agency executive, reported here today on the situation of the Jewish community in Caracas, Venezuela, He returned yesterday from Caracas, where he spent a week addressing public sessions and private meetings with the leaders of the community, in the interests… More ▸

  • Terrorists Fire Machineguns at Home of Israel Envoy in Caracas

    The Israel Embassy here reported today that terrorists fired machineguns at the homes of Ambassador Eliashav Ben Horin last Sunday night; Rachel Mizrachi, an Embassy employee, was hit in the leg. At least eight bullets hit the house in the attack on the Embassy residence. There have been attacks on Jewish organization structures here in… More ▸

  • Eban Visits Venezuela; Received by President and Parliament

    Israel’s Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban was received today by Venezuelan President Raul Leoni after his arrival last night for a four day state visit here, Mr. Eban came here following an eight-day visit to Mexico as part of a tour of Latin American countries. This afternoon, Mr. Eban was the guest of the Venezuelan… More ▸

  • Jewish Leaders Received by Roman Catholic Dignitaries in Venezuela

    Mare Turkow, the secretary of the South American executive of the World Jewish Congress, accompanied by leaders of the Venezuelan Jewish community and members of the B’nai B’rith, were received in special audience by Cardinal Quintero and Mon signor Henriqueq. The Cardinal expressed his sympathy with the terms of the memorandum submitted by the World… More ▸

  • Jewish Groups in Venezuela to Form Central Representative Body

    A decision to establish a central representative body of Venezuelan Jewry was adopted here today at a conference of leaders of the Jewish community here. The conference was attended by Israel’s Ambassador Aryeh Oron and Dr. Nathan Lerner, representatives of the World Jewish Congress. The conference decided that when the central representative body is established,… More ▸

  • State Dept. Sends Pittsburgh Jewish Leader on Mission to Venezuela

    Aaron P. Levinson, Pittsburgh Jewish leader, left for Caracas on an assignment by the United States Department of State to conduct a productivity seminar in Venezuela for industrialists there. Mr. Levinson’s mission is part of President Kennedy’s Alliance for Progress program for South America which is administered by the Agency for International Development. Mr. Levinson… More ▸

  • Gen. Dori, Technion President, Honored in Venezuela; is Guest of Govt.

    Major General Yaacov Dori, first Chief of Staff of Israel’s defense forces, now president of Technion, the Israel Institute of Technology, at Haifa, was the guest of honor of the Government and of this country’s most prominent engineers at the Venezuelan Congress of Engineering which closed here today after sessions lasting a week. Gen. Dori… More ▸

  • Walter Solomon, Venezuelan Jewish Leader, Dies in Caracas

    Walter Solomon. Venezuelan Jewish leader, died this week in Caracas, the United Hias Service reported here today. His wife, who fled Hitlerism in Germany, is the representative of the United Hias in Venezuela and is now in New York conferring with organization leaders on refugee matters. More ▸

  • B’nai B’rith Establishes Lodge in Venezuela; 25th in South America

    A B’nai B’rith lodge, named after Simon Bolivar,–the great liberator of South America, has been organized in Caracas, capital of Venezuela, it was announced here today by B’nai B’rith headquarters. “Loja Simon Bolivar,” as the new lodge will be called, is the 25th B’nai B’rith lodge established in South America in 25 years. There is… More ▸