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Greek Cabinet Agrees in Principle to Implement 1949 Law on Heirless Jewish Property

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The Greek Cabinet last night discussed the question of the disposition of heirless Jewish property and agreed in principle to implement a 1946 law providing for the transfer of this property to a foundation which would use funds obtained from the sale of the property for the relief and rehabilitation of Greek Jews.

Upon the request of the Minister of Education, however, a final decision was delayed until his return from a trip to Salonica which he began today. The Minister said he wanted more time to study the problem.

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