The street photo was taken that day Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
The symbol of the city of Kfar Yona
Eighty-year celebration logo for Kfar Yona
Ha-Meyasdim (Founders) Street
The first stone houses were designed by engineer Shlayane from Tel Aviv, built in 1932-33 and molded in the pattern of the houses and colonies of the period, standard and modest: two rooms, a balcony, a kitchenette and a shower, and a toilet in the yard. Their construction was built without any blueprint, but according to expert advice.
Because the amount allocated by the Fisher Fund (as a loan) to build the settlers’ homes was only ten, the managers made the condition that the first ten be married couples and / or family members.
The heads of families who built their house in order (from west to east) on the north side of the street: Yitzhak Pinchuk, Abraham Ziv, Moshe Fishman, Abraham Tulchinsky, Zamir Family (later built her home). Haim Berger, Dov Lichtigstein, David Lichtigstein, Eliezer Lisk, Menachem Stamp, Yosef Yarkoni. Between Stampel House and Yarkoni House, Aliyah Street passes.