From Our Jerusalem correspondent Mr. Spicer, chief of police for Palestine, is making every attempt to deal with the question of traffic, which exists even here. Accidents are frequent and the death-roll on the Jaffa-Jerusalem
road is terrible. Palestinian drivers are expert, but this does not save them when stunting.
P.O. FIVE YEAR PLAN A programme of expansion involving the expenditure of approximately a half million pounds in live years in order to bring the facilities of the department of posts and telegraphs to a stenda.rd unequalled in any ether eonntry in the East is the answer put forward by Ccl. William Hurls-on, the Postmaster General, to criticism levelled at his department, owing to the growing demand ori It and its present inability to supply it.
Palestine joined in the homage paid to the British crown, Heildings were befta.gged and decorated and portraits our their Majesties appeared in many shop windows. There was a military parade in Jerusalem, and other towns also had their celebrations.
The Arab Youths' Federation has decided to /atom to its policy of demonstration unless the government restricts Jewish immigration and purchase of Arab lands,