Unified action among leaders of the Zionist movement on the problem of securing greater cooperation for the rebuilding of Palestine from Great Britain is foreseen from the statements issued by Louis Lipsky, president of the Zionist Organization of America, and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, after their return to the United States on the S. S. Berengaria. Both declared that more definite steps must be taken by Great Britain to guarantee the Jewish work of reconstruction. The unanimity between Dr. Wise and Mr. Lipsky has aroused considerable interest, because of their differing points of view on Zionist questions during the past two years.
Mr. Lipsky was met at the pier by a delegation of the administrative committee of the Zionist Organization and by Felix Warburg, chairman of the administrative committee of the Jewish Agency Council.