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Chancellor Hopes Agency Will Make Greater Funds Available for Upbuilding

December 21, 1928
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In First Interview with Col. Kisch Expresses Sympathy with Jewish Work (Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Now that the extension of the Jewish Agency is approaching realization, more Jewish funds for the upbuilding work in Palestine will be available, was the hope expressed by Sir John Chancellor, new High Commissioner, in his first interview with Col. Frederick H. Kisch, political representative of the Zionist Executive here.

The High Commisioner expressed his full appreciation of the Jewish and Zionist work in Palestine. He showed great interest in the constructive plans of the Zionists for increasing the productiveness and the absorption capacity of the country, it was declared.

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