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November 18, 1983 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH- NEWS

Movement Afoot to Make Reparations Nontaxable

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith has

urged Congress to pass
legislation exempting Ger-
man war reparations from

Thanksgiving's here! Make that family
gathering a truly memorable occasion.
Before that big bird arrives, to keep the kids
from getting under foot, charm them with

countable income for de-
termining eligibility in a
U.S. federal assistance
program for the disabled
and elderly.
The ADL's national
executive committee took
this action during its recent
meeting in Los Angeles,
thus giving support to a bill
introduced in the House of
Representatives in June by
Rep. Henry Waxman (D-
Calif.)
The bill would amend the
Social Security Act to
exclude reparations from
West Germany under the
federal law dealing with
compensation of victims of
Nazi persecution.

ity minimum. The Social
Security Administration
decision was upheld by the
U.S. Court of Appeals for
the Ninth Circuit in June
1983.

Ms. Grunfeder has filed a
motion with the court seek-
ing a rehearing of her claim.

Ms. Grunfeder has been
receiving West German war
reparations since 1968. She
has also been given supple-
mental income benefits
under the psychological
disability incurred as the
result of her concentration
camp experiences.
The agency ruled that Ms.
Grunfeder could no longer
receive the U.S. supplemen-
tal income because the com-
bined total of both pay-
ments exceeded the eligibil-

• chocolate milk • ice cream
• buttermilk • cottage cheese '
• sour cream

and dozens of other delightful Kosher dairy products,
made fresh daily in Detroit under supervision of the
Metropolitan Kashruth Council of Michigan
Rabbi Jack Goldman, Administrator

The Jews began settling
in France during Roman
times, in the Second Cen-
tury CE.

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SOLID

46,

Radomer Aid
Party Planned

Female Draftees?

The Radomer Aid Society
will hold its annual Hanuka
party and celebrate the 50th
wedding anniversary of one
of its member couples at
6:30 p.m. Nov. 29 at the
Zionist Cultural Center.
Cocktails and dinner will
be served.,

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6

KOSHER FOODS AVAILABLE AT:






WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Approval of the Equal
Rights Amendment would
result in the military draft-
ing of women, Columbia
University law professor,
Henry Monaghan, testify-
ing on behalf of Agudath Is-
rael of America, told the Se-
nate Judiciary Committee.

HAPPY
THANKSGIVING
FROM
GREAT SCOTT
MANISCHEWITZ
TAM TAMS

Detroit's Hometown
Supermarket
for Over 30 Years

The case. grew out of a
1980 ruling by the Social
Security Administration
against Felicia Grun-
feder, a Polish Jew born
in 1938, who was sent to a
concentration camp by
the Nazis in World War II.



Friday, November 18, 1983 53

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