Jobs in New York Secured for Jewish Refugees from Hungary
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Jobs in New York Secured for Jewish Refugees from Hungary

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A large number of Hungarian Jewish refugees reaching the United States under the provisions of the Refugee Relief Act will settle permanently in New York, Philip Soskis, executive director of the New York Association for New Americans, predicted today. He announced that NYANA has provided jobs and housing assurances for 125 refugee family groups, which will cover several hundred persons.

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