LONDON (Sep. 15)
Twenty-nine Jews will be up for election when British voters go to the polls to elect a new Parliament, it was reported here today. The election was set today for October 15.
The largest number of Jewish candidates for seats in the House of Commons will be in the 22 Labor Party aspirants with three Conservative candidates and four Liberals. All three parties have underscored their friendly interest in Israel in view of the substantial Jewish votes in a number of constituencies.