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Betty Goldberg, left, is thanked by Renee Baseman before Goldberg gave $10,000 to a Holocaust survivor program.JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

After 76 years, Pinellas Holocaust survivor awarded restitution payment from French government

CLEARWATER — The Nazis came for Betty Goldberg's father when she was just 9. They took him from Paris to Auschwitz, the largest World War II death camp, where 1.1 million people died. She survived thanks to a railroad stationmaster who hid her for three years with his family in an apartment above a small station. N …