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News of Hungary Facing Numbers of Difficulties in Readjustment to New Economic Set-up

The Jews of Hungary are facing a number of problems in readjusting themselves to the new economic order in the country, Prof. lure ?isfaludi, head of the Mizrat, on organization devoted to aiding Jews in finding a place for themselves in the new economic society, declared at a meeting here this week-end. He pointed out that among the problems hindering the Jews is the preponderance of aged persons in the Jewish community, the disproportionately large number of women and the fact that many require intensive retraining before they can find work in the new set-up.