7,000 Jewish Children in Budapest Are Homeless; Orphanages Obtained for 3,000

Of the 10,000 Jewish children remaining in Budapest, 7,000 are wandering the streets, homeless and uncared for, according to a report received here today. Shelter in orphanages has been obtained, so far, for only 3,000.

Meanwhile, it was announced today that Jacob Griffel, a representative of the American Agudas Israel and the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada, has arrived in Germany to visit Jews still detained in camps. Griffel has already obtained permission to visit camps in the American and British zones, the announcement said.

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