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London Paper Critices Sir Herbert Samuel

September 12, 1924
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“To retain as High Commissioner of Palestine a man like Sir Herbert Samuel who is opposed to the Jewish National idea, would not be conducive to the interests of the future of the Jewish Palestine” states to-day the “Jewish World”, commenting upon the report recently circulated that Sir Herbert Samuel will remain in office after his present term of administration expires.

“Samuel desires to see the upbuilding of a national home of-the Churchill Memorandum, but not hat of the Nandate,” the paper further states.

CORRECTION:-2. In our news item concerning the red flag which was raised on the roof of a synagogue, a typographical error was made in the work “section.” It should read “sexton”. CORRECTION:-3. In our news item concerning the Jewish emigrants stranded in the Far East visas were issued for the Russian “quota” and not quarter as it now appears.

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