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August 08, 1986 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-08

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Restrictive
Clause Amazes'
Rehnquist

Washington (JTA) — U.S.
Supreme Court Associate
Justice William Rehnquist told
> the Senate Judiciary Committee
which last week ended a hearing
on his nomination to head the
Supreme Court that the deed to
his summer home in Greensboro,
Vermont, contains a clause for-
bidding it from being leased or
sold "to any member of the
> Hebrew race."
But Rehnquist, who has been
nominated by President Reagan
N., to become Chief Justice of the
/) United States, maintained that
he did not know the restrictive
covenant existed until lately,
> although he had owned the
home since 1974. He said he was
"amazed" when he found out
about it following an FBI
> investigation.
The deed restriction was
revealed by Sen. Patrick Leahy
(D., Vt.) during Rehnquist confir-
mation hearing before the
Senate Judiciary Committee.
Leahy said he was suprised
that Rehnquist had not noticed
the restriction since the deed
was a standard printed "boiler-
plate" document with only the
description of the property and
the restriction typed in.
Rehnquist said the restriction
was "obnoxious." But at first he
rejected as unnecessary Leahy's
suggestion that it be removed.
Rehnquist said there was no
point since such discriminatory
clauses were illegal under federal
law. Leahy added it was also il-
legal under Vermont law.
But after Leahy suggested
that it would not look good for
a Chief Justice to have such a
restriction on property he
owned, Rehnquist said "if there's
a procedure under Vermont law
where one could void it or get rid
of it, I- would certainly go
through it."
Civil rights and women's or-
ganizations are opposing the
Rehnquist nomination because
they charge he has been dis-
criminatory toward Blacks and
• other minorities and women.
The major Jewish organizations
have so far taken no position on
the nomination.

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