Jerusalem (Jun. 8)
The Palestine Government is preparing a “Blue Book” outlining British administration in this country for submission to the U.N. inquiry committee, it was learned during the week-end. It will detail British achievements here and its security system, as well as other aspects of the administration.
The Jewish Agency, on its part, is preparing an exhibition of Jewish developments in the fields of agriculture and industry, Meanwhile, it is learned that Dr. Chaim Weizmann is planning to leave here in mid-July for France, from where he will proceed to Switzerland. It is reported that he may go to the U.S. in the fall, when the U.N. General Assembly is scheduled to convene and hear a report from the Palestine inquiry committee.
It was revealed that the Yugoslav Government is sending a special commission of five officials to Palestine to study the situation there. The commission’s activities will be independent of the U.N. committee, of which Yugoslavia is a member. Vladimir Simic, Speaker of the ugoslav Parliament, heads the body.