Jerusalem (Jul. 15)
Arab circles in Palestine do not leave the Wadi Hawareth Bedouins alone. A delegation of Arab women here, headed by the mother of Musa El Alami, one of the two aides-de-camp of the High Commissioner, went to the camp of the Bedouins and presented them with a large parcel of clothing acquired for them at the Arab Exhibition here. The teachers and the pupils of the Government School at Tulkarem raised Â£5.14.0 for the Bedouins and one of the pupils went to give the money to them.
Seven Sheikhs of the Bedouins who were removed submitted an application to the president of the Nablus District Court urging that he, in his capacity as Chief Execution Officer, should dismiss the sentence of the court regarding their removal. The Bedouins are now encamped on the borders of the Wadi Hawareth lands.