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May 10, 1974 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FACT:

Friday, May 10, 1974-25 '

By HERBERT G. LUFT

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)

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Schell's New Film 'Odessa File' Exposes the Nazi Criminals

HOLLYWOOD — Maximil-
ian Schell, who in his own
picture, "The Pedestrian,"
transposed a tragedy of im-
mense scope into visual
terms and explored the col-
lective guilt of the Germans
during the period of Nazism,
now has portrayed on the
screen one of the most vic-
ious men of the Third Reich,
the factual character of SS
Captain Eduard Roschmann,
commandant of the concen-
tration camp at Riga, direct-
ly responsible for the murder
of 80,000 Jews between 1941
and 1945.
Based on tne book, "The

the book is a best seller in
Germany where, 'according
to Schell, the picture was
filed with the cooperation of
the authorities on location at
the Elbe River in Hamburg
and in the Geiselgasteig
Studios near Munich.
* *
Moshe Mizrahi, last year
nominated by the Academy
for "I Love You, Rosa" and
this year for "The House on
Chelouche Street," flew in-
to town for the "Oscar" pres-
entation and press reception
for the international motion
picture journalists. During
an interview, Mr. Mizrahi
told me about the film he
plans to start shooting in Is-

rael this month, "Rachel's
Man," a biblical love story
to be produced by British
filmmaker Michael Klinger.
Michael Bat-Adam, star of
the two previous films en-
tered by Israel for the Aca-
demy Awards consideration,
portrays Rachel, witn Leon-
ard Whiting from England
(Zefirelli's "Romeo") as
Jacob, her lover. Rita Tush-
ingham is Leah and Mickey
Rooney essays the part of
Laban, the father. From the
Israeli stage, director Miz-
rahi recruited famed Han-
nah Maron as Rivka, Jacob's
mother.

Classifieds Get Quick Results

Remember Mother on her day, May 12th
take her to one of the fine
establishments listed below or on pages 25 thru 31

Taxes and Your Future

In the Jewish News, March
15, we mentioned that family
trusts were a means of pro-
viding for eventual tax sav-
ings, along with the alterna-
tives of sharing in a business
or income-splitting.
The understanding of trusts
begins with the basic defi-
nitions of terms in the "trust
vocabulary."
The trustee is the person
or company (trust) who
holds title to and administers
money or other assets for the
benefit of a designated bene-
ficiary.
The beneficiaries are those
people or institutions who
will receive income or prin-
cipal in accordance with the
formal document which
created the trust and set
forth. its provisions.
An attorney is the profes-
sional who can put the parts
together to create the legal
document expressing and
communicating to all parties
the objectives, desires, and
wishes of the grantor.
An inter-vivos trust is one
established to be adminis-
tered during a lifetime. A
testamentary trust is one
created by the terms of a
will.
An irrevocable trust can-
not be amended, modified,
or terminated.
A charitable remainder
trust is one which benefits
an educational, health, or
charitable institution, such as
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion or United Jewish Chari-
ties.
When you set, up a trust,
you are giving investment
property to a custodian rather
than a direct gift to a child
or other beneficiary.
Trusts are commonly used
in situations when the tax-
payer is reluctant to make
an outright gift of his prop-
erty to the beneficiary.
An example of the value
of an inter-vivos trust was
given by a professional at a
recent seminar in estate-
planning, He said,
"I can go out and create
one of the gusts, a unitrust,
and reserve the right myself
to get 6 per cent per year—or
5 per cent if I want it. That's
a pretty good yield. I may be
earning only 1 per cent on
that property now, so my in-

Odessa File" (with "Odessa"
an abbreviation of "Organi-
zation der Ehemaligen SS-
Angehoerige") by Frederick
Forsyth, author of "The Day
of the Jackal," the motion
picture was produced by
British filmmaker John
Woolf who was also respon-
sible for the screen version
of Forsyth's earlier novel.
Though "Odessa File" is
a horrifying expose of war-
time atrocities and of re-
cent plans of the secret Nazi
organization to destroy Is-
rael with warheads filled
with concentrated cultures
of bubonic plagues and irra-
diated cobalt-sixty from mil-
itary bases in the Near East,

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TAKE HER TO

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Editor's Note: Guidance on
important problems provided
by the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration — United Jewish
Charities Endowment Fund
Tax. Advisory Committee,
will be offered 'periodically.
Professional advice about is-
sues discussed in these col-
umns should be secured from
an attorney or an estate plan-
ning adviser. Questions of
general interest in these mat-
ters should be addressed to
"Taxes and Your Future,"
care of The Jewish News.
* * *
come immediately increases
substantially.
"I also get an income tax
deduction for the value of
the charitable remainder in-
terest. That's money ahead,
too.
"And, of course, my trust
won't be subject to gift tax.
It won't be subject to estate
tax, either.
"It will be included in my
gross estate, but I've already
benefited by a charitable de-
duction for it."
Numerous types of trusts
can be created to accomplish
your individual purposes. For
your protection, and that of
the trustee and the beneficia_
ries, trusts must be set up in
comformity with strict legal
requirements.
Again we stress the im-
portance of competent pro-
fessional guidance. The cost
is far outweighed by the
benefits of the eventual tax
savings and your peace of
mind.
For more information
about charitable contribu-
tions, call C. Kenneth Sara-
son, 965-3939. It will be
strictly confidential.

Hard tasks mastered early
in life will make tougher
problems easier to master
later on.

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