House Immigration Group Names Six Sub-Committees to Probe Post-war Migration

Appointment of six sub-committees to investigate problems relating to post-war immigration was approved today by the House Committee on Immigration and Naturalisation.

Named by Rep. Dickstein of New York, chairman of the committee, the sub-committees will deal with all naturalization and citizenship problems, with the Fort Ontario refugee camp at Oswego, and also with prisoners of war, the Japanese in this country and deportation matters.

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