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August 07, 1959 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-08-07

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THE DETR OIT JEWIS H NEWS — Friday, August T, 1959 — 1 0

House Committee Strengthen FBI 'Powets iii PtopoAed Anti-Bomb Bill

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WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
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voted to broaden provisions re-
quested by President Eisen-
hower to protect synagogues,
churches, and schools from ter-
rorist bombing. The committee
considered the White House re-
quest as being inadequate.
The committee decided to
write a new provision into the
Eisenhower Civil Rights Bill as
a substitute. The substitute
was described by committee
members as one that would pro-
vide the FBI with wider pow-
ers to fight the bombers of syn-
agogues.
The new measure would make
it a Federal crime to cross a
State line to avoid prosecution
for either bombing or burning
any type of property.
The FBI could arrest fugi-

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tives who fled a state after
bombing or setting fire to any
type of building or vehicle, spe-
cifically including private
homes, synagogues, churches,
community centers and religious
a n d educational institutions,
either public or private.
The Administration proposal
was broadened also in another
way although the Administra-
tion had not requested it. The
committee decided to make it a
Federal offense to flee a state
to avoid giving testimony about
a bombing or fire.
The new amendment was
sponsored by Rep. J. Carlton
Loser, Tennessee Democrat, and
was approved by an overwhelm-
ing voice vote at a closed ses-
sion of the committee and in-
corporated into the Civil Rights
Bill.

Both Southerners and North-
erners voted to adapt the
stronger anti - bombing provi-
sions.
Jewish organizations had pre-
viously testified before Con-
gress to urge the stronger
measures. Rep. Loser said the
revised provision would prove
"very effective in obtaining

Strike Eisenhower Proposal
for Anti-Bias Commission

WASHINGTON, (JTA)—The
House Judiciary Committee
struck from a pending Civil
Rights Bill a proposal by Presi-
dent Eisenhower for a commis-
sion to enforce non-discrimina-
tory practices in employment
on Government contracts.

Anti-Semitism, in Britain Economic,
in U.S.„ Social, British Weekly Says

LONDON, (JTA)—Anti-Sem-
itism is primarily economic in
Britain and social in the United
States but in both nations "it
is no • longer permissable to
avow it openly," the Spectator,
Britain's leading conservative
weekly, asserted this week in
an article comparing such prej-
udice in the two English-speak-
ing nations.
The weekly said "active anti-
Semitism" in Britain is "most
virulent" and . open among small
ho feel the pres-
who
sures of free enterprise and
"put a Jewish name or a Jewish
face on the competitor, or cred-
itor, or employer who exercises"
such competitive pressures.
In an open society, the Spec-
tator declared, "exclusiveness
takes on an almost magical sig-
nificance. To be exclusive, you
must exclude someone — Ne-
groes are automatically banned,
Jews are ignored on key occa-

sions and, in key groups, first
generation Americans with East
European names are expected
to keep in the background.
"The one cheerful sign on
this unpleasant landscape," the
weekly asserted, "is that, al-
though anti-Semitism still exists
in both nations, it is no longer
permissable to avow it openly.
The insecure and frustrated co-
horts of race snobbery are in
retreat."
Another comparison deals
with the impact of the "exag-
gerated respect for written con-
stitutions" in the United States
as against the situation in Bri-
tain where written rules hardly
exist.
In the United States, the
Spectator declared, "there are
few institutions from the top
universities to the bottom poker
club which do not have an
agreed quota for Jews."
In the British way, most or-
ganizations carefully have no
written, or even spoken, agree-
ment on the subject," the week
ly reported. "It simply happens
that Jews are not elected."

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erected the Worms Cathedral,
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had been designed. This city
now has only two Jews residing
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services of the FBI in any type
of bombing case" involving
flight across ca state line. Viola-
tors of the proposed law could
be tried in Federal Court and
sentenced up to five years and
fined as much as $5,000.

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