Berlin (Jun. 17)
A meeting of the Administrative Committee of the Jewish Agency for Palestine has been called by its chairman, Felix M. Warburg, to meet in Berlin August 29. A number of extremely important political developments that have arisen with regard to Palestine since the Administrative Committee met in London last March are on the agenda.
With the fiscal year of the Jewish Agency closing September 30, the adoption of the Agency’s new budget will be one of the major matters to be placed before the members of the Committee. So many developments of the greatest significance concerning Palestine have transpired since last March that the August session of the Administrative Committee will be faced with urgent problems such as its attitude to the report of Sir John Simpson, which may be ready by August, the British policy in Palestine and the Wailing Wall issue.
It is expected that the measures to be recommended by the special meeting of the Administrative Committee’s political commission which will meet in London, June 23, will also be acted upon.