ZURICH (Aug. 28)
Following a Sabbath adjournment of the World Zionist Organization’s Actions Committee, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Zionist Organization, left for London tonight in an effort to forestall expected suspension of Jewish immigration into Palestine by the British Government.
The political committee spent the morning drafting resolutions, defining and charting the policy to be followed by the Zionist Executive towards the Government, the Royal Commission which will investigate the disorders, and the Arabs.
Details of a special two-month fund-raising campaign, to be proclaimed before the Actions Committee ends its sessions here, were being mapped by its economic body. The campaign will seek funds to continue the upbuilding work in Palestine and provide safety for Jews.
Resolutions covering these points are expected to be adopted unanimously on Sunday.
Dr. Weizmann, David Ben-Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency’s Palestine executive and other members of the executive, maintained constant contact with London and Jerusalem in view of the gravity of the situation.