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July 15, 1960 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-15

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WASHINGTON (JTA)—Sen-
ator Jacob K. Javits of New
York served notice that he
would in future refuse to sup-
port unsatisfactory immigration
bills and would offer amend-
ments "even if it kills the bill."
The New Yorker protested
tactics used annually in connec-
tion with immigration bills by
which advocates of more liberal
measures are warned that they
must support whatever slight
improvements are offered or
face the prospect that even this
measure would be withdrawn.
Other Senators expressed sup-
port of the New Yorker's posi-
tion.
Senator Javits quoted from
the immigration planks on the
platforms of both parties, which
pledged themselves to liberal-
ize the immigration laws and
drew a pointed contrast be-
tween these pledges and the
realities as illustrated by the
joint resolution cleared by the
CongreSsional committee and
sent to the White House for
signature.
The measure applies to refu-
gees now under the care of the
United Nations High Commis-
sioner for Refugees and is
meant to define the American
contribution to the concerted
international effort to solve the
refugee problem.
It was pushed through the
House by Rep. Francis E. Wal-
ter of Pennsylvania, and through
the Senate by James 0. East-
land, of Mississippi. It will ad-
mit one-fourth the aggregate
number admitted by other na-
tions. It is estimated that this
number will not exceed 6,000
over a two-year period.

Ben-Ari New
Director of El Al

The management of El Al
Israel Airlines announces the
appointment of M. Ben-Ari as
deputy managing director (com-
mercial) at the company's head
Office in Tel Aviv. He replaces
the late Dr.
. Rywkind
who had held
this appoint-
ment.since the
e s t ablishment
of El Al. Ben-
: Ari was born
in Transylva-
nia and be-
came a mem-
ber of a col-
lective settle-
ment when he
came to Israel
in the '30s. He
is a graduate
of the Hebrew
M. Ben-Ari
University. He
joined El AI at an early stage
as airfreight manager, and has
for the last several years been
director of sales.

1,000 Investigated by
War Crimes Commission
STUTTGART, (JTA) — Pre-
mier Kurt Georg Kiesinger
told the Baden- Wurtemberg
Diet that the Central War
Crimes Commission, which has
its headquarters here, has in-
vestigated 310 Nazi war crimes
and about 1,000 persons accused
of having a role - in them since
the commission's establishment
in December, 1958.
In all cases where crime had
been established, he said, the
commission had referred the
cases to the competent local
prosecution authorities. The
commission, he said, made spe-
cial efforts to act in cases be-
fore the statute of limitations
on manslaughter charges en-
tered into effect.
The commission is currently
investigating 275 "crime com-
plexes," the state official said.
It has recently received a list
of 350 alleged war criminals
from the Yad Vashem, the Is-
rael Nazi documentation center.

7 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 15, 1960

Javits Denounces
Immigration Bill
as Inadequate

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