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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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became more prosperous.
Their children no longer were
interested in the movement.
Youngsters selected college
and didn't always return to
the kibbutz. At Hagoshrim,
emphasis was shifting to big
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New dreams led to new ven-
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don't want to come back to
the kibbutz. The kibbutz
historically finances higher
education for youngsters
nominated by its general
assembly. If they opt to leave
the kibbutz, they must repay
the kibbutz for the education.
But money is no longer the
issue. Hagoshrim needs
manpower.
"Maybe we'll change the
system," he says.
Already, the kibbutz sports
a 121-room hotel. And in
1987, Mepro Kibbutz
Hagoshrim became a private
limited company to manage
operations and finances of the
burgeoning division that
makes the Epilady.
"We are still living in a
greenhouse," Brusten says.
"We have televisions and
stereos, but it still is different.
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Kibbutzniks at Hagoshrim
still work the agricultural
crops. Some work in the tool
shop. Others work in the
night-sighting division.
But problems with the kib-
butz system are a hindrance
in running a multi-million
dollar business.
As at other kibbutzim,
Hagoshrim's managers and
laborers regularly rotate jobs.
At times, people with no
training are in charge. It
doesn't matter whether a
laborer doesn't make a good
manager. Everybody gets an
equal chance. They all live in
the same types of housing
units. They all have the same
televisions and stereos.
"We need management
skills for sales and
marketing," Brusten says.
"That creates problems. It
contradicts ideals and the
philosophy of the kibbutz
movement."
Brusten says the kibbutz's
board members will be forced
to deal with the problem. But
he offers no answers.
An immediate issue in
question is education. Now
that the kibbutz has money,

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