LONDON (Jul. 18)
A project for a middle-class settlement of English Jews was outlined today at a conference called by S. Temkin, representative in Israel of the British Zionist Federation, who has come here to make preparations for such a settlement.
The conference was told that land adjoining the township of Gederah has already been placed at the disposal of a British Jewish settlement. Dr. Joseph Fisch, Israeli trade commissioner in Britain, told the gathering that the settlers from this country would need to work hard, and emphasized the necessity for learning Hebrew.
Dr. Herbert Feerder, a member of the Israeli parliament, told the meeting that he hoped the prospective British middle-class settlement would be the first in a chain of similar settlements to be founded by both Jews in the British Isles and the United States.