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November 12, 1982 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

As you treat your body, so Dress is the table of your
your house, your domestics, contents.
your enemies, your friends.
—Lavater

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The Reagan Administra-
tion called the education tax
the Romanian government
has imposed on would-be
emigrants a "Draconian
measure" and warned that
it will jeopardize Romania's
Most Favored Nation
(MFN) trade status with the
U.S.
State
Department
spokesman John Hughes
said the tax "will make it
much more difficult for the
President to continue to
recommend waiver of pro-
hibition on extending trade
concessions to a country
that restricts emigration."
Congress this fall ex-
tended MFN to Romania for
another year while warning
that it will watch closely
whether Romania elimi-
nates prohibitions that are
hampering the emigration
of Jews and others.
In that connection,
Hughes said, that the
President will decide next
spring whether to recom-
mend MFN for Romania
"not on Romanian pledges
but Romanian performance
on human rights issues."
As part of the effort to get
Romania to loosen emigra-
tion restrictions, Elliott Ab-
rams, assistant secretary of
state for human rights and
humanitarian affairs, vis-
ited Bucharest Oct. 6-7 to
discuss human rights pro-
cedures. On his return, Ab-
rams said President Reagan

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cided Nov. 2. Twenty-eight
of those 31 candidates were
elected or re-elected.
NatPAC also backed 57
winners of House seats
while 16 of the House can-
didates to whom it made
contributions lost.
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make the maximum $5,000
contribution to each candi-
date.
In Michigan, all three
candidates supported by
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Sen. Donald Riegle, Rep.
Howard Wolpe and Rep.-
elect Bob Carr.
All three are Democrats.
Nineteen of the 106 candi-
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would base his decision on
continued MFN for
Romania on whether
Romanian eases its restric-
tions.
But Hughes warned that
the education tax which the
Romanian press published
last Saturday "is not the
`nominal sum' " referred to
in the Jackson-Vanik
Amendment to the Foreign
Trade Act which links U.S
trade benefits to emigration
procedures.
"Rather, the Romanian
education tax appears to be
a burden that will run into
the tens of thousands of dol-
lars in hard currency for
those Romanian citizens
who have received free edu-
cation through the secon-
dary, university and
graduate school levels,"
Hughes said reading from a
prepared statement.
"We view the imposition
of this tax as contrary to the
UN Declaration of Human
Rights which provides for
the right to leave one's
country of birth," the State
Department spokesman
continued. "By imposing
this Draconian measure,
beyond the average citizen's
ability to pay, the Roma-
nian government appears to
be closing the emigration
door to most citizens. If that
is the case, the Romanian
government has gravely
jeopardized its ability to
maintain its MFN status."

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Friday, November 12, 1982 39

JERUSALEM (JTA) --
The Jewish Agency re-
ported that about 10,000
immigrants will have ar-
rived in 1981.
According to Ravael Kot-
lowitz, chairman of the
agency's immigration and
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tober was 34 percent
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Kotlowitz reported that a
total of 2,600 Jews left the
Soviet Union this year but
only 750 of them immig-
rated to Israel.

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organization were Republi-
cans.
The organization sup-
ported 87 Democrats and 19
Republicans on the basis of
their support for Israel.
NatPAC also had several
other candidates it pre-
ferred but did not back fi-
nancially because funds
were not needed or an easy
victory was expected.

IDF Helps Stop
Christian-Druze
Feud in Lebanon

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Israeli army intervened to
end fighting between
Lebanese Christians and
Druze villagers in the Shouf
mountains of central Leba-
non Monday.
, At least 13 people were
killed and over a score
wounded before the Israelis
imposed curfews on the
Druze villages of Navrah
and Brih, 18 miles south-
east of Beirut.
About 15 people were kil-
led last week and scores
wounded in the same area
where generations' old
blood feuds between Druze
and Christians have flared
anew. Both sides are heav-
ily armed and many ordi-
narily peaceful people have
taken to carrying weapons.
In the village of Aley,
which has a mixed Druze-
Christian population, Is-
raeli forces were able to ar-
range an exchange of pris-
oners taken by both sides in
recent fighting.

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