Water Supply for Lloyd George Colony Nearing Completion
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Water Supply for Lloyd George Colony Nearing Completion

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The installation of a water supply at Ramat David, the colony named for Lloyd George, is proceding so rapidly that it will be finished within three months, according to an announcement today by the Jewish National Fund. The work, which is being done by the settlers themselves, is costing about $10,000.

Several of the more recently founded settlements in the Emek Jezreel on land of the Jewish National Fund will also be provided with water systems shortly. Such colonies are Nachlat Pittsburgh, established with funds from Pittsburgh Zionists, Ain Harod and Tel Joseph.

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