Dp Camp in Austria Returws to Normal As Army and Refugees Settle Dispute

The dispute between the U.S. Army in Austria and ## 800 displaced Jews at the Franz Joseph camp, near Salzburg, has been settled and ## Army is once again supplying food and utilities to the refugees, it was learned ## today.

The Jews, who refused to transfer from the sub-standard camp to the Rieden##g camp because they believed that if they moved in they would overcrowd the center be living under worse conditions than before, have been given the right to move to ## other camp in Austria. Maj. Abraham Hyman, legal aide to Rabbi Philip Bernstein, ##isor on Jewish affairs to the U.S. Army, is now in the process of ironing out the ##t of the difficulties.

It was reported today that a denazification court in the south Bavarian town Traunstein has sentenced Dr. Johannes Stark to four years imprisonment at hard ##or as a “major offender.” Stark, 73, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, was one of Ger##y’s first atomic scientists. A friend of Hitler since 1923, he was also a pam?leteer advancing pseudo-scientific evidence to support the Nazis’ anti-Semitism and ?ce doctrines.