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Re: Bart and the Nazi's

Aug 17, 1997 01:58 PM
by ramadoss

At 04:45 PM 8/17/97 -0400, you wrote:
> wrote:
>> At 01:29 PM 8/16/97 -0400, Bart Lidofsky wrote:
>> > wrote:
>> >>       If you have followed all the developments surrounding the changes to
>> >> the bylaws which were made some time ago, you should have noticed that
>> >> than one attorney member of TS has come to the conclusion that bylaw
>> >> were null and void because TSA itself did not follow its own bylaws when
>> >> changes were made.
>> >
>> >       Other than Sy, who else was there? I had read Sy's letters when
he sent
>> >it out, and showed it to several attorneys, as well as the by-laws, and
>> >they disagreed with his conclusions (they did, however, point out to me
>> >the major flaw in the National by-laws, which I have been campaigning to
>> >have changed: it only requires a simple majority of the Board of
>> >Directors to dissolve a Lodge (it requires 2/3 to throw out an
>> >individual member).
>> >
>> There was a document that I believe was sent out by a committee of
>> presidents of a couple of lodges and there this was mentioned. This was
>	I was referring to your statement, "More than one attorney...". I have
>seen the document to which you refer, and do not deny its existence.
>But, as far as I know, the only attorney involved was Sy. You say that
>my knowledge is incorrect. It is significant of other attorney members
>came to the same finding, and I am therefore interested if I am
>incorrect. On the other hand, I know as well as anybody else that these
>are personal messages and not printed articles, and therefore one
>generally doesn't put into them the same degree of care that one might
>put into an article, and therefore it is common to rely on memory, which
>can play tricks, rather than looking up the facts. The trick is not
>letting your ego get in the way if it turns out you were wrong.
>	Bart Lidofsky
My recollection is that it was more than personal msg. I believe this was
communicated officially to Wheaton. Sy may be able to provide you with the
info if you are interested.


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