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British Subjects Need No Visas for Palestine

April 13, 1927
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

British subjects going to Palestine need no visa on their passports, declared Colonial Secretary Amery in reply to a question raised in the House of Commons by Col. Josiah Wedgwood. Col. Amery stated that the passport of British subjects going to Palestine needs only an endorsement.

J. Beckett (Labocite) asked why the Palestine government refused citizenship to Ariel Kart and Moshe Secker. He also asked why the Palestine government refused to permit the establishment of a Jewish workers’ club, Ichud.

The secretary stated he has no information on the subject.

The Rev. J. V. Coffey of St. Albert’s College, Middletown, N. Y., in an address before members of the Holy Name Society, said that the real meaning of religious freedom in this country would be realized when a Catholic and a Jew had served as President.

“Abie’s Irish Rose”, the play by Anne Nichols, which has been running in New York for more than five years, opened Monday night in London at the Apollo Theatre.

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