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Experts Hold Two-day Parley on Migration; Sponscred by United Hias

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More than 100 experts on migration and related fields concluded today a two-day conference sponsored by the United Hias Service to consider the local and national impact of the new U. S. immigration law and the Cuban rescue program. Participants in the conference represented 38 communities in the United States and Canada.

Speakers at the conference included Emil Bie, chief of the Division of Employment Office Operations of the U. S. Department of Labor; James L. Hennessy, executive assistant to the Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; James Hines, general counsel of the Visa Office of the U. S. Department of State; Antonio A. Micocci, staff adviser on the Cuban refugee program to the U. S. Department of Health Education and Welfare; Murray I. Gurfein, president of United Hias; Ben Touster, associate chairman of the board; and James P. Rice, United Hias executive director.

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