Secret Service Chief Quits As Latest in Series of Palestine Police Resignations

RESIGNATION OF POLICE CHIEFS, SET OFF BY FAILURE TO COPE SUCCESSFULLY WITH CONTINUING DISORDERS, WERE CLIMAXED TODAY BY THE RESIGNATION OF ALBERT JOHN KINGSLEY-HEATH AS CHIEF OF THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT, BRITISH SECRET SERVICE IN PALESTINE.

HIS ACTION CAME AS AN ARAB DIED AND TWO JEWS LAY SERIOUSLY WOUNDED IN THE HOSPITAL, RESULT OF DAYLIGHT SHOOTING ATTACKS IN THE HEART OF JERUSALEM OVER THE WEEK-END.

THE ROAD LINKING PALESTINE AND EGYPT WAS REPORTED CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC TODAY TO GIVE THE RIGHT OF WAY TO A LARGE BODY OF TROOPS DISPATCHED TO THE NEGEB, IN SOUTHERN PALESTINE, TO LOCATE ARAB BANDS CONCENTRATED IN THAT SECTION.

EL MOKKATAM, EGYPTIAN PAPER, REPORTED PALESTINE JEWISH LEADERS HAVE BEEN THREATENED WITH EXILE “UNLESS THEY STOPPED TERRORISM.”

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