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December 24, 1982 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-24

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22 Friday, December 24, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bomb Explodes on Empty Bus

TEL AVIV (JTA) — parcel left under a rear seat
Police have warned resi- and called the driver, who,
dents of the Tel Aviv area to against all regulations,
be on special alert for sus- opened the parcel himself.
picious parcels. On seeing a clock and wires
A small explosive charge inside he ordered all
went off last week in a bus passengers off the vehicle.
in Herzliya north of Tel
Half-a-dozen bomb par-
Aviv. Some damage was cels have been left in Tel
caused to the vehicle but no Aviv area bus stations in
casualties, as passengers the past three weeks.
had been evacuated from
the bus seconds before it
The name Noah comes
went off.
from the Hebrew word for
A passenger noticed a comfort.

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that Jews seeking to im-
migrate to Israel will be
exempted from Romania's
new education tax on emi-
grants "should be treated
with caution," according to
Jacob Birnbaum, national
director of the Center for
Russian and East European
Jewry.
He noted that "when

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they referred to as "ransom
money" being "extorted" by
Romanian officials.
In addition, he pointed
out, luggage duties and air
fare for emigrants have not
only been increased but are
payable in foreign currency.
Even without the education
tax, "this is a devastating
situation, and some emi-
grants have been obliged to

REHOVOT — Some 110
overseas scientists from 15
nations are spending the
1982-1983 academic year at
the Weizmann Institute of
Science.
Approximately half are
from the U.S., with others
coming from Germany,
Britain, Australia, Austria,
Belgium, Canada, France,
Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain,
Switzerland and eight from
India.

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abandon their luggage and
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handed at their destina-
tion," Birnbaum said.
For example, he noted, of
a group of 62 Jews
scheduled to arrive in Israel
on Nov. 16, only 45 came.
The other 17 could not raise
the required currency for
luggage fees at the time of
departure.

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Cabinet OKs
National Budget

JERUSLAALEM (JTA)
— The Cabinet approved
the 535 billion shekel (ab-
out $16.7 billion) national
budget for fiscal year 1983-
1984 requested by Finance
Minister Yoram Aridor by a
majority vote.
Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon and Energy Minis-
ter of Yitzhak Modai dis -
sented and Minister of Sci-
ence Yuval Ne'eman
abstained.
Sharon demanded an
additional 5.5 billion
shekels for the defense
budget. Modai objected to
the budget proposal on
grounds that there was no
coherent economic policy
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will go to the Knesset for its
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questioned, no Romanian
official in the West could
confirm Rabbi Rosen's
claim."
The issue involves the
publication of a directive by
the Romanian government
on Nov. 6 requiring all emi-
grants to reimburse the
government for the free sec-
ondary and higher educa-
tion they had received. The
directive caused widespread
consternation among Jews
around the world. However,
according to Rosen, the
Romanian government, for
many decades, has made
distinction between "aliya"
and "emigration."
Birnbaum pointed out
that according to reports his
office has received from dip-
lomatic sources in' Bonn,
Washington and Tel Aviv,
the Romanian government
has not yet informed pro-
spective emigrants that
they would have to pay the
education tax and that
there is no record so far of
anyone having paid that
tax.
However, Birnbaum
said, the Romanian offi-
cials have hinted that the
new tax will begin to op-
erate next month and
that those leaving now
are getting out just under
the wire.
Relatives of would-be
emigrant& have reported,
according to Birnbaum,
that Romanian officials
have questioned prospec-
tive emigrants about the
ability of their relatives in
the West to pay, and that
during the past year there
have been instances of what

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