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August 28, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-28

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Yanks Settling Co-Op at Neve Ilan. Form Largest Aliya Unit

NEW YORK (JTA I—A total of
440 North Americans—the largest

single aliya ever—sailed for Israel
Monday night from pier 97 on the
Greek Lines SS Anna Maria. They

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shimim. a cooperative community own home, and children will live
in the Judean Tills. 10 miles north with their own parents.

of Jerusalem.
Upon arrival in Israel, they will
enter an absorption center, where
they will be taught to speak He-
brew.
By next summer, the proposed
project will include 70 American

and 30 Israeli families.
Most of the settlers are profes-
sionals. The average age is 32, but
ranges from the early 20s to mid-
40s. The average family has three

children.

With the cooperation and en-
couragement of the Jew ish
Agency, a 100-acre site in the
Judean Hills, known as Neve
Ilan. approximately 10 miles
north of Jerusalem, has been
selected to enable these new
settlers to participate in the
economic, cultural and social life
of Israel's capital.
Eventually, the garin will have a
nursery, a community grocery
store, a recreation hall, a synago-
gue and several economic projects
to help them become economically
independent. These projects include
a hotel-resort complex, an elec-
tronics factory, a school for emo-
tionally disturbed children and
the growing of hothouse roses for
export to Europe.
Each family has invested $1,000
in the project. The financial struc-
ture will be based on a cooperative
system of pooled salaries ana
dividends received from garin
enterprises. This money will then
be redistributed according to fam-
ily size and needs.
Unlike a kibutz, the community

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They will join 10 other Ameri-
can families laready in Israel in
forming the non-agrigultural com-

munity.
Col. Nathum Golan, national
director of the Israel Aliya Cen-
ter of the World Zionist Organi-
ration, said that emigration to
Israel, which rose to a record
4,300 in 1968 and then to 6,500
last year, would increase by 33
per cent over the later figure
this year.
Olim interviewed by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency said they were
anxious to go to Israel even though
it meant financial sacrifices. They
emphasized the Jewish state's
historic, cultural and ethnic appeal.
and said that despite the tension
relations, they
of Arab-Israeli
would feel safer in Israel than in

the United States.

Michael Hazani
Gets Post of the
Late Haim Shapiro

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Dr. Mich-
ael Jacob Hazani, deputy minister
of education and member of Kncs-
set, was selected by the National
Religious Party to fill the cabinet
post of minister of interior left
vacant by the death of Haim
Moshe Shapiro.
Premier Golda Meir is expected
to announce his appointment
shortly.
Dr. Hazani, selected over Knes-
net member Dr. Itzhak Raphael,
by a 23-22 vote of the party's
executive, was supported by the
younger members of the party
and by the party's "settlement
movement."
Dr. Raphael, 56, had the support
of the party's "establishment" and
its rabbinical section.
A pre-election agreement be-
tween the rival blocs granting
the losing candidate the right to
appeal if the election was decid-
ed by one vote was waived by
Dr. Raphael, who said be re-
garded the vote as final.
The NRP will now have to select
a successor for Dr. Hazani as de-
puty education minister, a post to
which it is entitled under the
coalition agreement.
Dr. Hazani, who was born in
Poland, came to Palestine in 1932

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binical Seminary in Warsaw in
1930, and studied at the Hebrew
University School of Economics
during 1957-58.
He has been a member of the
Knesset's financial corn m it tee
since 1955 and is the author of
articles on settlement, economics,
sociology and politics.
He has been vice president o r
the Mizrachi Bank since 1956 and
vice chairman of the Bank of Is-
rael since 1962, and serves on the
boards of several commercial and
cultural institutions.
Meanwhile, the four cabinet
posts which became vacant with
the resignation of Gahal from
the coalition government are ex-
pected to be distributed among
ministers of the Labor Party.
The ministry of transport and
communications is expected to go
to Shimon Peres, who is now
minister without portfolio.
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir
probably will take over the minis-
try of commerce and industry.
The ministry of development and
the ministry of posts are expected
to go to Labor Minister Joseph
Almogi and Housing Minister Zeev
Sharef, but it has not yet been
decided which minister will receive
which portfolios.

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in 1969 fell 44 per cent from the
rate reported in 1968.

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