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December 28, 1973 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

,

1973-1

Friday, Dec.

Telethon Workers for 1974
Israel Emergency Campaign

School Kosher Meat Supply Is Expanded

NEW YORK (JTA)—A ma-
jor expansion in supplies of
kosher meat and poultry dur-
ing the current school year
for Jewish day schools partic-
ipating in the federally fund-
ed National School Lunch
Program has been reported

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ucation, the central service
agency in New York City for
area Jewish schools.
The kosher provision phase
of the program, created un-
der Department of Agricul-
ture auspices to provide nu-
tritious lunches, at reduced
prices or without charge to
needy pupils, was put into
effect for the first time dur-
ing the 1972-73 school year
here.

Denial of the right to ex-
periment may be fraught
with serious consequences to

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A series of telethons for the 1974 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund put to work more than 100
telephoners from the trades and professions division last
week. Shown making calls for the AJC-IEF are, from left,
Milton Barnett, chairman of the real estate and building
trades division, and Dr. Conrad Giles, chairman of the
medical physicians section of the professional division. At
the second table are David Leader and Marvin Daitch,
real estate and building trades workers. In the background
are Allan Nachman, a teal estate worker, and Harold Berry,
former real estate and building trades division chairman.

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OEO Grant to Aid NY Jewish Poor

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
two-year $775,000 grant from
the federal Office of Eco-
nomic Opportunity to the
Metropolitan New York Co-
ordinating Council on Jew-
ish Poverty, was announced
by Jerome Becker, coordi-
nating council president.
Terming the grant "a ma-
jor milestone in the enhance-
ment of programs of service
to our fellow Jews in need,"
Becker said that the grant
would enable the council to
augment the programs of its
local affiliates and to launch
meaningful activities in areas
not previously served.
Mayor John V. Lindsay
initially provided New York
City resources to aid the
city's estimated 272,000 Jew-
ish poor with allocation of
a grant of $250,000 to the
coordinating council from the
city's Human Resources Ad-
ministration for the period
Dec. 1, 19'72 Nov. 30, 1973.
Last month, the HRA, the
city's superagency for wel-

Anderson Says
Nazis Given
Full Tax Break

WASHINGTON — Column-
ist Jack Anderson reported
Tuesday that although public
interest groups are having
difficulty obtaining tax ex-
emptions from the Internal
Revenue Service, a former
Nazi and his hate organiza-
tion had no trouble at all.
William L. Pierce, who
runs the anti-Semitic, right-
wing National Youth Alliance
in Arlington, Va., is an ad-
mitted friend of George Lin-
coln Rockwell, the late chief
of the American Nazi Party.
Following Rockwell's death,
Pierce became "assistant
executive officer" and "ideo-
logical officer."
The NYA, an offshoot of the
"arch-conservative Liberty
Lobby, went out of business
in Washington and was rein-
stated in Virginia by Pierce.
The organization publishes
hate literature and sends out
appeals for fund s. The
group's publication "Attack"
usually has "ghoulish pic-
tures of maimed and dis-
figured bodies . . . described
in rabid language as Arabs
who fell victim to Israeli
attacks," Anderson said.
The most recent issue of
"Attack" has a picture of
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger focused in the
range of a rifle telescope,
and information on the con-
struction of booby-traps, ex-
plosives and demolitions.
This literature is published
tax free. A letter from the
IRS to Pierce stated that the
NYA is "not liable for social
security (FICA) taxes" or
for "the taxes imposed under
the Federal Unemployment
Tax Act (FUTA)." All be-
quests and gifts also are de-
ductible.
Pierce has since taken his
tax-exempt credentials to the
Postal Service where he has
secured reduced rates for
mailing his literature.
Anderson, in a footnote,
said that an IRS spokesman
said that tax-exempt status
is "usually granted on the
presumption that 'the organ-
ization has acted in good
faith and has told us the
`truth' about its operations.' "

Tranquility is the summum
bonum of old age. — Thomas
Jefferson.

fare and poverty programs,
refunded the coordinating
council a $185,362 grant for
its programs from Dec. 1,
1973 to next June 30.
With the new OEO grant,
a total of $1,190,362 has been
allocated to the coordinating
council by the Lindsay ad-
ministration, Becker said.

go Be a Jew . . . '
To be a Jew is the least
difficulty way of being truly
human. It is for this reason
that the Jew must remain a
Jew.—Bernard Lazare.

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