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August 14, 1964 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-08-14

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'Stop-Gap' Proposal on Immigration by
Senator Javits Permits Distribution of
Unused Qotas in Fool for Other Lands

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

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WASHINGTON — A "stopgap"
immigration bill for immediate
enactment pending revision of the
immigration and naturalization act
was introduced in the Senate Mon-
day by Senator Jacob K. Javits,
New York Republican.
Under the proposed legislation,
the President would be permitted
to distribute immigration quotas
left unused by June 30, 1964,
among countries with oversub-
scribed quotas. There are 51,150
quotas in that unused category
now.
The Javits bill would also
authorize Congress to veto any
"pooling" arrangements submit-
ted by the President. The legisla-
tion would permit entry of persons
who filed preference applications
with the Attorney General by last
Aug. 1, if they were otherwise eli-
gible for entry into the United
States.
Murray I. Gurfein, president of
the United Hias Service, Monday
testified on behalf of all major
Jewish organizations before the
House Judiciary Sub-Committee
on Iimmigration urging the liberal-
ization of the existing immigra-
tion law which is based on the
"national origin" quota system.
The sub-committee is currently
considering changes in basic im-
migration policy, incorporated in
a bill, which would abandon grad-
ually over a five-year period the
present system of quotas based on
the national origin of applicants.
Criteria would be set based on the
skills and abilities of applicants.
Special consideration would be
given to relatives of persons al-
ready living in the United States,
and to refugees.
The total number of immigrants
authorized in a given year would
be increased only marginally, but
the proposals would effect drastic
changes in the national origins of
those admitted. Many quota allot-
ments that are not filled under
the present law would be put to
use. "We wholeheartedly endorse
this bill as recommended by the
late President Kennedy, by Presi-
ent Johnson, and supported by
many members of both parties in
the Congress," Gurfein said.
The United Hias Service leader,
accompanied by James P. Rice, ex-
ecutive director of the agency, cit-
ed the 80. years' experience of the
United Hais in settling migrants in
the United States. He told the sub-
committee that newcomers have
made significant contributions to
this county's progress. Gurfein
then read a letter which referred
to the achievements of a recent
refugee, an Egyptian Jewish phys-

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LONDON (JTA) — A decree
issued by the Hungarian govern-
ment relaxed restrictions against
property left in Hungary by per-
sons who had escaped from the
country between April, 1945 and
March, 1963, according to a Buda-
pest dispatch received here today.
The decree affects Hungarians,
who had fled the country during
the 1956 exodus of thousands of
Hungarians who left after the
aborted revolution — which was
quashed by Soviet tanks and
among whom there were in a n y
Jews.
.Under the decree, persons who
had fled illegally "can dispose of
their goods according to regula-
tions relating to foreign subjects."
Persons wishing to dispose of
property left in Hungary must,
authorization of
Hungarian officials in charge of
foreign currency regulations be-
fore disposing of their assets.

icist, who invented an electronic Jewish Congregations of America,
device used in the capsule of Astr- and United Synagogue Council.
onaut Gordon Cooper.
"We are for the bill because
it is workable and because it is
in our national interest. We are
for it because it redresses long
standing grievances inherent in
the very nature of the national
origins quota system. We are for
it because in our humble view, it
will raise up the image of this
country in every part of the
world as the champion of fair
opportunity and equal rights,"
Gurfein said.
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