NEW YORK (Mar. 18)
A group of 80 Austrian Jews, most of them former inmates of Nazi death camps, will arrive here Monday for a two-week visit to mark the 25th anniversary of the liberation of the camps by the Allied armies, Aufbau, the German-language Jewish weekly, reported today. They will be led by members of the Jewish community of Vienna and will take part in a number of ceremonial events, including a reception at City Hall and a visit to Washington, where they will meet with Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York Republican. In New York, they will be guests at a reception of the Austrian Consulate-General and will speak at a press conference at Joint Distribution Committee headquarters next Tuesday. Dr. Gustav Jellinek, president of the Federation of Jews From Austria, said a memorial service will be held next Friday at the Congregation of Jews From Austria in New York City, which the delegation will attend.