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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-03

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STORE COUPONS

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Housing Or Jobs? Likud
Ministers In Big Clash

Jerusalem (JTA) — Two
tough-minded Likud min-
isters seemed to be on a col-
lision course this week over
what should take precedence
in the absorption of immi-
grants arriving from the
Soviet Union — housing or
jobs.
Ariel Sharon, the minister
of construction and housing,
presented a $13.5 billion
plan at Sunday's Cabinet
meeting to absorb about 1
million new immigrants
during the next five years.
The money would go
primarily for their housing
needs.
But Finance Minister Yit-
zhak Moda'i announced he
would oppose Sharon's plan
and submit his counter-
proposals at the next
Cabinet session, which was
scheduled for last week.
His plan will emphasize
the need to allocate funds to
create jobs for the
newcomers, which he con-
siders at least as important
as housing.
Mr. Moda'i told a business
group in Tel Aviv last week
that he would advise immi-
grants to seek adequate
employment before they look
for housing.
Mr. Sharon, on the other
hand, demands a crash hous-
ing program utilizing all of
the country's resources.
His plans call for the pur-
chase of 50,000 mobile
homes to rent out, at an
estimated cost of $1 billion;
renovation of some 8,500
flats owned by the national
housing company, Amidar;
and the use of all available
beds and housing at military
bases, kibbutzim, hotels and
hostels for the new arrivals.
In addition, Mr. Sharon
would give financial incen-
tives to apartment owners to
rent out their premises, and
tax exemptions to increase
the number of apartments
available for sale.
Mr. Sharon warned of so-
cial unrest if his plan is not
implemented.
The seeds of it seem al-
ready present, in the grow-
ing number of Israeli couples
forced by soaring rents to
quit their homes for tent
camps.
Deep resentment was ex-
pressed over the weekend by
various immigrants' associ-
ations reacting to Mr.
Moda'i's assertion that the
ma'abarot, the unsightly tin-
hut villages that housed
immigrants in the early
1950s, were good enough for
the present wave.

Meanwhile, new immi-
grants and the young
Israeli homeless have form-
ed a united front, headed by
the charismatic Natan
Sharansky, a leader of the
Soviet emigre movement.
A spokesman for Mr.
Sharansky called it "a
historic momentum, in
which a joint front of immi-
grants and veterans was
formed against the
bankruptcy of the govern-
ment."
The spokesman said it
would shatter the notion of a
confrontation between new
immigrants and veteran
Israelis.
In response to absorption
needs, the three major kib-
butz movements announced
over the weekend that they
would open 100 ulpanim —
Hebrew-language centers —
to absorb up to 15,000 immi-
grants a year.
But the kibbutzim want
the Jewish Agency first to
increase its funding for the
upkeep of the buildings that
house the immigrants.
The agency now pays $1.20
per day per person. The kib-
butz movements want it in-
creased to $6 per day.
A Jewish Agency spokes-
man said the agency was
willing to pay $2.80 per im-
migrant per day and that the
parties were near agree-
ment.

Israeli Drone
Helicopter
Fails Test

Tel Aviv (JTA) — It looked
like a Rube Goldberg con-
traption of boxes, pipes and
wires topped by two rotor
blades, and it may have
turned out to be one.
The prototype of the new
Hellfire unmanned
helicopter crashed during its
second test flight at Israel
Aircraft Industry's Mata
plant, near Jerusalem,
where it was built.
The machine was hovering
at a low altitude when a
fault developed in one of its
systems, said TAI engineers,
and it fell to the rocky ter-
rain, damaging the rotor
blades.
The Hellfire was unveiled
for the media earlier this
week when it passed its first
flight test, hovering for
about two-and- a-half
minutes.
Mata's plant manager,
Amnon Yishai, pronounced
it "an independent bird."

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