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Canada Releases Interned Jewish Refugees for Emigration

Eleven interned refugees have been released from intermediate in Canada for migration to the West Indies and South America. Their releases have been facilitated by the Central Committee for Interned Refugees which made the arrangements for their departure to the countries of their destination, it was announced today.

The Central Committee was formed of representatives of the United Jewish Refugee and War Relief Agencies and the Canadian National Committee on Refugees. Senator Wilson of the Canadian Senate is chairman and Constance Hayward of the Canadian National Committee on Refugees and Saul Hayes of the United Jewish Refugee and War Relief Agencies are joint secretaries. The Central Committee is recognized by the Government as the official agency for the solution of the release, migration and other problems of refugees who were interned in England and sent to Canada.

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