HAIFA (Jun. 18)
Some 2,000 immigrants from Eastern European countries have landed in Haifa within the last 24 hours. Seven hundred and fifty from Poland and Hungary came aboard the transport Kommiuth, while the Transylvania brought 1,250 Rumanian Jews.
One hundred Jewish immigrant families from Teheran, Iran, yesterday established a new settlement in the Judean hills. A new agricultural colony named Kfar Gandhi, in honor of the Indian leader, will be founded soon by Jews from Cochin, India, many of whom are now on the high seas en route to Israel.