Geneva (Nov. 3)
The Mandates Commission of the League of Nations, now in session here, will take up the Palestine question on November 10th, it was announced today.
Present at the opening of the sessions today were Sir Arthur Grenfell Wauchope, Palestine High Commissioner; Sydney Moody, Acting Assistant Chief Secretary of the Palestine Government and H. F. Downie representing the Colonial Office of the British government.
A large number of petitions with regard to Palestine have been submitted to the Commission other than the Jewish Agency report.
The Palestine Jewish National Council has submitted a petition expressing its opposition to the report of Sir John Hope Simpson.
The Agudath Israel has sent in a petition wherein it registers its objections to the Knesseth Israel, Jewish community law, and protests against several passages in the British Annual Report on Palestine of 1930 referring to the Knesseth Israel and the Agudath Israel attitude.
The Arab Executive petition, one of a number of petitions from Arab sources, expresses opposition to the decisions of the Wailing Wall Commission.