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February 03, 1978 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Counsel Hits Parochial School Tax Credit

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WASHINGTON, D.C. —
One of the country's leading
authorities on church-state
law told the Senate Finance
Committee that a proposed
tax tuition credit for paroc-
hial schools — the
Packwood-Moynihan bill —
was unconstitutional.

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Leo Pfeffer, special coun-
ser of the American Jewish
Congress and general coun-
sel of the National Coalition
for Public Education and
Religious Liberty (PEARL),
testified on behalf of those
organizations before a hear-
ing of the Senate Finance
Committee on the subject of
tuition tax relief.
Pfeffer testified that the
Packwood-Moynihan bill
was "irremediably uncon-
stitutional" as it relates to
tuition at elementary and
secondary schools. How-
ever, it could "pass constitu-
tional muster" in respect to
colleges and universities if
modified to exclude tuition
to seminaries and other
church-related institutions
that inculcate religions be-
liefs or require attendance
at religious services, he
said.

The bill—S. 2142—
provides an income tax
credit, to be subtracted
directly from the taxes
owed, for tuition ex-
penses paid by the tax-
paye himself, his spouse
or lftdependents. The
amount of the credit is 50
per cent of the tuition
payments up to a total

Liberal Merger

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel's Liberal Party and
Independent Liberal Party
are rumored to be merging
soon. The Independent Lib - -
erals lost three seats in the
last election and now have
only Gideon Hausner in the
Knesset.

credit of $500 for each
student.

Pfeffer,
author
of
"Church, State and Free-
dom" and co-author with
Anson Phelps Stokes of
"Church and State in the
United States," said he
based his conclusion on "the
relevant decisions of the
Supreme Court relating to
governmental aid to religi-
ous schools, including those
decisions holding that the
allowance of tax credits for

tuition in such schools con-
stitutes prohibited aid to
the schools."

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PRESENTS
*"World Jewry and the State of Israel"

with

PROFESSOR MOSHE DAVIS

February 10, 11 & 12

Head of the Institute of Contemporary Jewry and Stephen S. Wise
Professor in American Jewish History and Institutions, The Hebrew
University of, Jerusalem; Research Professor in American Jewish
History of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America; Internationally
known for his research and writings and a contributor to scholarly
publications; Consulting editor to the Encyclopedia Judaica and a
•general editor of the Contemporary Jewish Civilization Series.

Friday, February 10 - 8:15 p.m.

"Current Manifestations Of Anti Jewishness"

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Sunday, February 12 - 11:00 a.m.

"The Centrality Of Israel and Interaction Among World Jewish
Communities"
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Jewish Center Nursery Begins Term;
Developmental Skills Emphasized

DON'T LET YOUR CHILDREN'S EDUCATION SLIDE

The Center nursery emphasizes physical, social, emotional and crea-
tive development and Jewish holiday observance. Parents of nursery
students have the option of flexible scheduling, whereby children can
be enrolled in the traditionals two, three, or five day program or in a
three-day combination schedule. Children in the full-day program
must bring lunch. The new nursery schedule begins January 23. For
information, cal[ the Group Services Department, 661-1000.

Spring Semester:

JANUARY 23, 1978—JUNE 9, 1978



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