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British Jews Make Arrangements to Receive Refugees from Hungary

The Central British Fund has made arrangements for accommodation of Jewish refugees from Hungary who come to this country, Barnett Janner,–president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, reported today. He said that the accommodations to be offered the refugees are those used as temporary shelters for many years for immigrants and transmigrants from Europe.

Mr. Janner appealed to Orthodox Jews to open their homes to Orthodox Hungarian Jews. Other members of the Board warned against the repetition of the situation where, during the first waves of German Jewish immigration, orphaned Jewish children were taken by missionary groups and non-Jewish individuals and never returned to the community.

Twelve Hungarian Jewish refugees have reached this country, so far, it was learned today. Eleven of them have joined family members already resident here. One of the refugees is a 58-year-old grandmother who left Gyor November 10 together with the other members of her immediate family.