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GATA wins tax exemption

Section: Daily Dispatches

7:15p EDT Thursday, July 29, 1999

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The Internal Revenue Service has recognized the Gold
Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc. as a publicly
supported organization exempt from federal income tax.

So financial contributions to GATA are tax-deductible
to both past and future donors.

That is, you can contribute to GATA on the same terms
as you contribute to your favorite charity. But which
of your favorite charities does such work to turn your
precious metals investments from losers to winners?

Yes, this is a solicitation. GATA needs your help. Its
officers are unpaid volunteers, but our lawyers work
hard and earn their pay and we have educational and
publicity expenses. We are leading the gold cause in
the world -- the cause of free and transparent markets,
of a form of money that provides competition to the
money issued by governments, and of a crucial industry
that is under attack by the financial manipulators.

If you'd like to help, send a check to GATA in care of
John D. Meyer, Treasurer, Box 885, Great Barrington,
Mass. 01230 USA.

Many thanks for your consideration. Please post this as
seems useful.

With good wishes.

Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.