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Synagogue Lawsuit #492892

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 29, 1977
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(Studio) Miami synagogue goes to court to force members to pay back dues and wins.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Miami, Florida) Nina Kaufman is 1 of those taken to court; says Beth David Synagogue run like business, not religion. [KAUFMAN - says 1 doesn't buy religion.] Beth David admins. say activities can only be provided if members pay according to agreement. Rabbinical Association mbr., Rabbi Solomon Schiff says more synagogues will do this now, because it is operated like business [SCHIFF - cites ways synagogue runs as business] [KAUFMAN - says they'll have to come get her dues.] Rabbis in Miami support synagogue.
REPORTER: Fred Francis

Brinkley, David;
Francis, Fred

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