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igrants to Israel e la.rgest group of immigrants from North America, 431 newcomers from the U.S. and Canada, arrived [aid the S.S. Queen Anna Maria. The newcomers included 61 returning immigrants. Seventeen of the eli  ues who disembarked, the first of 70 from the U.S., most of them professionals, together with 30 Isra- h [anlilies will settle at Neve Illen, near Jerusalem. They will first attend an Ulpen at the newly-opened "eVasseret Yerushalayim absorption center. Visits to the Front- SEPTEMBER 30, 1970 THE JEWISH TRANSCRIPT Wounded Israeli Pilot PAGE 43 J ........ ,.. i! ............... .... This Israeli pilot, Captain Yigal Shohat was shot down over Egypt and released by the Egyptians with the help of the led Cross. He had a leg amputated after crashing. While he is in serious condition Israeli doctors expect him to live. Captain Shohat's first words on arriving in Israel were "Thank God I got out of that mad- house (Egypt)." Soldier at Work , ,,$ erase liniste si ions at e Suez , (ette .... r Mohse Dayan (top photo) vsted Israel Defense Force po t th Canal. Ma- ]the bo'laAriel Sharon, to the rig-ht of Dayan, briefed him by drawing a map on a rap of paper held 'qat w t ot an army truck. In the bottom photo Chief of Staff Lt. General tlaim tsar-Lev toured the ase-fir".teY, aecomnanied by O C Central Commander, Major General Rehav'am Ze'evi. While the ?,e  has ended h "  " " oraril there is constant surveillance by Israel officers who ,:,, lt to  oStlhttes at least temp Y -,uu out the m " ,.. oves of the enemy. This solider is busy at a Mount Vernon army position despite the cease-fire. All soliders at the front are prepared to resume fighting on a minute's notice and all keep a wary eye on enemy activities.