MALTA: Strickland Goes Home

The great squabble between Lord Strickland, Prime Minister of Malta, and the Archbishops of Gozo and Malta, which began when Lord Strickland refused to permit the expulsion of one Fr. Miccalief, pro-British monk, from Malta to the mainland (TIME, June 16), continued last week with the following developments : Harry Charles Luke, former chief secretary of the Government of Palestine, whose conduct during the Jewish-Arab riots of 1929 was so bitterly assailed by U. S. Jews and so enthusiastically vindicated by Britain's Shaw commission of inquiry, was ordered to Malta at once, appointed...

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