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So. Africa Admits 400 Jewish Orphans from Europe; Jewish Delegation Starts Selection

A two-man delegation from the Union of South Africa arrived here today to select 400 orphaned Jewish children in Europe who will be admitted to South Africa.

The delegation revealed that the South African Government has decided to admit 8,000 European children, of whom 400 will be Jewish. Three hundred orphans will be resettled in Johannesburg and 100 will go to Capetown. The delegation is composed of Harry Cohen and Cecil B. Reudo, representatives of a Jewish orphanage in Johannesburg.