E in Israel; Will Live in Gedera Settlement

Robert and Gerald Finaly, the two brothers whose ### in France brought them into the limelight of the inter-### st half year, arrived at their new home in Israel today ###ives and neighbors who turned out to give the two orphans ###.

Mrs. Hedwig Rosner, who was declared their legal ###ts, arrived at Lydda airport at 10 A.M. and were quickly ### to their home in Gedera, one of the oldest settlements ### Mrs. Rosner were accompanied by Miss G. Wolf, a ### supervise the boys’ education, and Mr. Rosner, their ###.

### new home, Robert, 12, and Gerald, 10, met their ### and Miriam Rosner, 19. A number of other relatives ###mily were also on hand to greet the orphans and their ###mber of weeks in France waiting for the children’s ### uniformed unit of the Maccabi, a sports organization, ### present them with flowers.

### spent a while becoming familiar with their new home ### own garden. Then, they rode their new bicycles ###. Newsmen who saw the children said that they looked ### from Israel’s hot weather.

### be starting school in Israel for another two months. ### months to learn Hebrew. They will also receive a French ### about the Jewish religion of their dead parents.

###reement with the French Catholic authorities, which ###en, Mrs. Rosner will not apply pressure on them to ### into which they were baptized five years ago when they ###ey are older they will choose their own religion.

### a French municipal orphanage by their German refugee ### they were seized and murdered by the Nazis. They ### oinette Brun, a Catholic social worker at the orphanage, ### consideration of the possible wishes of their dead ### ally awarded the Finaly children to their aunt, Mlle. ###ns and priests, spirited the children across the ###.

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