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April 24, 1987 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-24

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meeting of the United Israel
Appeal (UIA) this week. A
spokesman for the UIA,
which channels monies col-
lected from the UJA to be
spent in Israel, told The
Jewish News the problem is
not the I.R.S. but the State
Department, which defines
Israel by its pre-1967 war
borders. "It could endanger
our tax-exempt status," said
the UIA spokesman. "The
State Department policy isn't
written in stone, it's more of
an intepretation than a direct
ruling, but we have been and
continue to be very cautious
about it."

Jews Aided
Chicago Mayor

When Mayor Harold Wash-
ington made his triumphant
re-election victory speech
April 7, more than a score of
Jewish Chicagoans were
among the VIPs invited to
join him on the stage of Navy
Pier Auditorium.
For the first time since the
days of the late legendary
Col. Jack Arvey, who deliv- •
ered crucial Jewish votes
from the West Side area,
Chicago Jews were publicly
organized to aid a mayoral
candidate.
The Jewish Voters for a
United Chicago were first or-
ganized to aid Washington in
the hotly contested Demo-
cratic Party primary, against
popular former Mayor Jane
Byrne. A New York Times
post-election analysis of the
primary results showed that
47 percent of the Jewish vot-
ers supported Washington in
his narrow victory, contrast-
ing to 10 percent of the white
Catholics, 25 percent of white
Protestants, and 90 percent of
Blacks who voted for him.

Matzah Given
To Homeless

Washington (JTA) — The
unleavened bread which links
Passover and Easter,as it
symbolizes both the Jewish
exodus from Egypt and the
Last Supper, took on • a mod-
ern binding.
Several truckloads of mat-
zah originally bound for Jews
in the Soviet Union will in-
stead be distributed by a
local church.
"With a little imagination
you can see the connection,"
said Rev. John Steinbruck of
Luther Place Memorial
Church, who began distribut-
ing the matzah right after
conducting Easter services.
"If the matzah can't be used
by Jews leaving for an
Exodus out of Egypt which in
the contemporary meaning is
the Soviet Union, why not let
it be used .. by the home-
less?"

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COORDINATES

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