A feature of the visit here a few days ago by David Lloyd Gaorge, Britain’s war premier, was a brief ceremony in Cherokee Park when the Louisville Zionist organization read an address expressing thanks for his support of the movement to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
Replying, Mr. Lloyd George said he was a firm believer in the movement, but that its success depended upon the support of Jews of the entire world.
The Jews of America, he added, perhaps could have given it more support, although, he remarked, they have done very well.
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