Additions to Palestine Customs Exemptions
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Additions to Palestine Customs Exemptions

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency Mail Service)

The following additions to the Customs Duties Exemption Ordinance of 1924 are listed in the Official Gazette of June 1st: Bottle capsules, corks, cotton yarns, dental, surgical and medical appliances and apparatus, disinfectants, drugs raw and prepared, bottles, jars, demijohns and irondrums, life-belts, mother-of-pearl shells, printing and bookbinding machinery, printers’ type, silk and artificial silk ya###. sulphur, tools and implements used in handicrafts, woolen and worsted yarns, optical appliances, other than binoculars and telescopes, and apparatus for the extinction of fire.


Dr. Stephen S. Wise, who was unable to attend the Zionist Convention at Buffalo, owing to illness, is sailing today for Europe together with Mrs. Wise. Miss Justine Waterman Wise, and James Waterman Wise, on the “President Harding.” In London, Dr. Wise will attend the Conference convened by the Jewish Liberal Union and will participate in the Zionist Conference called by the American members of the Zionist Actions Committee. He will also attend the meeting of the Zionist Executive.

A dedication ceremony was held Sunday in front of the uncompleted buildings of the Jewish centre of University Heights, 174th Street and Nelson Avenue, Bronx.

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