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May 18, 1984 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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I CALL SOL or BILL

PEOPLE'S
CHOICE
459-7287

Consuming affairs

I commend The Jewish
News for its story about
Bishop Valerian Trifa in the
April 27, 1984 edition. This
is the first time I have seen
an explanation of the ar-
rangement between the
Justice Department and
Bishop Trifa appear in the
press. Let us hope that
everyone will understand
the consequences of the

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United States Senator,
Connecticut

Esther K. Shapiro

The Stadium

Hunters Square, Farmington Hills, Mich.

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Lowell Weicker Jr.

Thank you for the gener-
ous space alloted to Al Ab-
rams' article (April 27)
about my department. I par-
ticularly appreciated the
free and unedited scope
given to my comments.
Mr. Abrams' comments
were fair, objective and to
the point. I don't often meet
a reporter who takes such
care.
Another word of thanks to
the hardworking young
photographer who came to
the office to take my picture.
He made every effort to get
a flattering pose. Since most
news shots make me look
like last Friday's leftover
kugel, I was particularly
pleased with the outcome.

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548-6900

Many thanks for your
support in your Purely
Commentary column in
your March 30 issue.
I want you to know that I
am strongly opposed to any
Constitutional amendment
or legislative proposal that
would permit governmental
intrusion into the realm of
religion. The words of the
';.st Amendment to the
institution make it clear
that "Congress shall make
no law respecting an estab-
lishment of religion, or pro-
hibiting the free exercise
thereof." I believe that
prayers sanctioned by pub-
lic schools violate this Con-
stitutional mandate of sep-
aration of church and state.
I would also like to point
out that there is absolutely
no current prohibition on
individual voluntary prayer
in public schools. What is
prohibited is organized
school-sanctioned group
• prayer — silent or vocal. I
believe that this type of
prayer should be banned
from our public schools.
A Constitutional
amendment needs two-
thirds of those present and
voting to pass. On March 20,
the Senate defeated S.J.Res.
73 by a vote of 56 in favor to
44 opposed. As you know, I
voted against the Constitu-
tional amendment.
I will continue my efforts
to protect the Constitution
from the political whims of
the moment.

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