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January 19, 1990 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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Women unilaterally declared
that paragraph of the con-
stitution defining the rela-
tionship to be null and void
by passing a resolution de-
claring that B'nai B'rith
Women is 'a separate, inde-
pendent, autonomous organ-
ization.' They wanted,
however, to keep the B'nai
B'rith name and, in effect, to
be identified with B'nai
B'rith in name only. For more
than a year, in private
meetings, we sought unsuc-
cessfully to have the women's
leadership rescind that
resolution.
In response to this
challenge to the integrity of
the B'nai B'rith family, the
B'nai B'rith Board of Gover-
nors had no other choice than
to request the women's
leadership either to rescind
their separatist resolution
and agree to adhere to the
B'nai B'rith constitution or
no longer be recognized as a
part of the B'nai B'rith fami-
ly. They were not expelled.
The decision was theirs to

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make.
No weighty issues are in-
volved, political or otherwise.
Instead, we have a small
group of individuals - the
B'nai B'rith Women's Ex-
ecutive Board - engaged in
an effort to form their own
organization apart from B'nai
B'rith.
Now they have made that
decision to go their own way.
What particularly saddens us
all is that we believe that the
women's leadership decision
to leave B'nai B'rith does not
reflect the views of the
grassroots membership of
B'nai B'rith Women. To the
best of our knowledge, the
general membership has
never been told, in any objec-
tive fashion, of the issues in-
volved and polled on whether
they wished to remain in the
B'nai B'rith family or leave to
follow an independent course.
We regret the course chosen
by the B'nai B'rith Women
leadership. We wish them
well in their new organiza-
tion," Reich said.

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B'nai B'rith

Continued from Page 7

Yeshiva Search For
Tax Exemption Stalled

SUSAN GRANT

Staff Writer

uestions about a pro-
posed lot split has
complicated Yeshiva
Gedola's search for tax ex-
emption status.
For the past few months,
the yeshiva has sought tax
exemption status from Oak
Park for its property on
Greenfield Road south of 10
Mile Road. Although the
yeshiva is a school, tax ex-
emption status depends on
meeting certain qualifica-
tions.
When the yeshiva applied
for tax exemption status
with the Oak Park Board of
Review, the board denied the
request because it was
unclear whether the yeshiva
owned the property.
Gotham Tower Inc. has a
land contract with the Oak
Park Board of Education to
purchase the yeshiva prop-
erty and the surrounding
area. But last year, the
yeshiva, which four years
ago opened a high school and
college at the former
Eleanor Roosevelt Elemen-
tary School, purchased the
building from Gotham
Tower.
Assistant City Attorney
John Carlson said the
yeshiva purchased the
building, but the city's tax

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rolls show the entire parcel
is still under Gotham's
name.
Yeshiva Administrator
Rabbi Peretz Rushnawitz
said to change the tax rolls,
the yeshiva wants Oak Park
City Council to split the
parcel into two lots. The lot
split would show Gotham
owns the land around the
tower, while the yeshiva
owns the school.
However, Carlson said
council members are con-
cerned that the lot split will
place the radio tower on
Gotham Tower's parcel
dangerously close to the
yeshiva's building.
The yeshiva also must
grant Gotham an easement
for its tower if the parcel is
split because one of the sup-
porting wires is on the
school's property.
If the lot split is given, the
board of review or assessor
can grant the school its tax
exemption status.
In the meantime, the
yeshiva has appealed the
review board's original deci-
sion to the city's tax
tribunal.

But Carlson hopes to
bypass the tribunal by get-
ting the review board to
reconsider its decision in
March now that the yeshiva
can prove it owns the
building. 0

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