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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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18 Friday, October 6, 1918

Wishing Everyone
A Healthy, Prosperous and
Peaceful New Year

MACK PITT &

His Orchestra

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Women's League Parley at Concord

NEW YORK — The
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism will hold
its next biennial convention
Nov. 12-16 at the Concord
Hotel in Kiamesha Lake,
New York, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. M. Milton
Perry, president.

Among highlights of the
program will be the appear-
ance of Dr. Rosalyn Yalow,
Nobel Prize winner, who
will be present to accept the
Mathilde Schechter Award
"for- her distinguished
achievements in the field of
nuclear medicine."

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Holtzman Bill on Nazi Criminals
Passes House, Awaits Senate

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman
(D-N.Y.) expressed the hope
that the Senate would soon
adopt a bill, similar to one
introduced by her in the
House and adopted last
week by voice vote, to
authorize the deportation
and exclusion from the-
United States of Nazi war
criminals.
The Holtzman bill would
close a loophole in U.S. im-
migration law which has
allowed war criminals to
enter and live in this coun-
try freely. She said that
since 1952, when the pre-
sent federal immigration
law was adopted, there has
been no provision in the
laws to keep out of the
United States or to deport
those who have persecuted
others for racial, religious
or other reasons.
As a result, she said, a
number of persons against
whom the Immigthtion and
Yaturalization Service
(INS) "has solid evidence of
war crimes committed
under the Nazis cannot be.
deported."
She said her bill would
correct this problem by.
giving Immigration and
Naturalization Service
officials "direct legisla-
tive authority" to act
against Nazi war crimi-
nals. The_ measure pro-
vides for exclusion or de-
portation from this coun-

try any alien who, under
the Nazis, "ordered, in-
cited, assisted, or other-
wise participated in the
persecution of any per-
son because of race, reli-
gion, national origin or
political opinion."
At present, suspected war
criminals who entered the
United States under the
Displaced Persons Act can
be denaturalized if they
have become citizens, or de-
ported if they are still
aliens, if the INS can prove
they lied about their Nazi
records in applying for ad-
mission.
Appeals from INS rulings
can extend the deportation
or denaturalization hear-
ings for extended periods. In
denaturalization rulings,
the federal government
must then start deportation
proceedings, which are also
subject to lengthy delays.
Miss Holtzman said her
bill would give the INS "di-

.

100 West Bank Officials
Reject - Camp David Accords

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
More than 10b West Bank
public figures rejected dur-
ing the holiday the Camp
David agreements, saying
the PLO was the sole repre-
sentative of the Palestinian
people.
This unusual ,political
gathering of West Bank

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rect legislative authority to
act against Nazi war crimi-
nals" by authorizing the
INS to determine whether
suspects committed war
crimes and were deportable,
rather than whether they
lied about such crimes on
admission. She added due
process would still apply
under her bill and hearing*
would still be required.
She said the measure'
introduced by Sen.
Richard Stone (D-Fla.)
was identical arid was
now in the Senate
J-udiciary Committee.
She said members of her
staff had been in touch
with members of Stone's
staff on the legislation.
Asked whether she had
any expectation the Senate
would act on the companion
bill at this session, she re-
plied the Senate has been
traditionally slow to deal
with immigration law
changes.

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leaders took place in the
Jerusalem suburb of Beit
Hanina Sunday. Most of the
participants are well known
supporters of the PLO, ex-
cept for Sheik Hilmi Al
Mohtassib, head of the Sup-
reme Moslem Council in
East Jerusalem, a veteran
supporter of King Hussein.
Most of the West Bank
mayors attended the meet-
ing. The only mayor whose
absence was outstanding
was Elias Freij, the mayor
of Bethlehem, known as a
pro-Jordanian and anti-
PLO. Freij was one of the
few West Bank leaders who
welcomed the Camp David. -
agreements, praising both
Anwar Sadat and Menahem
Begin.
The participants re-
jected the Camp David
agreements altogether,
especially those provid-
ing for an administrative
autonomy in the West
Bank and the Gaza strip.
They demanded that Is-
rael commit herself for a
total withdraWal from
the territories, and as-
- sure the Palestinians
their right of self deter-
mination. The conven-
ticle' concluded with a
message of blessing to the
- PLO andithe Arab rejec-
tionist front.
DaNi,
Anti-Camp
demonstraliogs took place
in several West Bank cities
throughout the holiday.
Most of the demonstrators
were high school students.
No arrests were made.
In the meantime, West
Bank moderates reportedly
intensified their behind the
scene efforts to counter the
current activity against the
Camp David accords.

Cancer Meetings

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— Several hundred Jewish
doctors are among some
7,000 physicians participat-
ing in an international
cancer congress which
began here Thursday.

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