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Explains Differences Between Zionists and Non-zionists on Jewish Agency’s Program

The differences between the non-Zionists and the Zionists with regard to the Jewish Agency for Palestine are seen to be due to different customs, traditions and conceptions by M. Glickson, editor of the Hebrew newspaper “Ha’Aretz.” Mr. Glickson points out that while the non-Zionists regard the Administrative Committee of the Agency as the responsible body of the Agency and the one empowered to give orders and directions for the Executive Committee, to carry into effect, the Zionists feel that the Administrative Committee’s duties should be similar to the Actions Committee of the Zionist Organization while the Executive Committee should be the administrative and executive body of the Agency.

Mr. Glickson, in discussing this matter, pays tribute to Felix M. Warburg, chairman of the Administrative Committee, for emphasizing the positive aspects of the Agency program.