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January 04, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-04

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Friday, January 4, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

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the land it sits on to a private
_group and added a Santa Claus
figure, reindeer and toys "the
scene is now a secular display," no
longer violating the constitu-
tional separation of church and
state. Thursday's decision re-
verses a Dec. 22 injunction
against the creche that ordered
Dearborn officials to remove it
within 48 hours. It was the injunc-
tion that prompted the sale of the
display and the land to a charita-
ble foundation for $1,000.
The American Civil Liberties
Union (ACLU) filed suit against
the then city-financed Nativity
scene earlier this month on behalf
of eight Dearborn residents. An

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ACLU spokesman said the group
was satisfied with last week's de-
cision and planned no appeal.
"The main function of the liti-
gation has been accomplished,"
ACLU attorney Robert Sendler
said. "Things are now different in
Dearborn. They no longer will try
to endorse the central tenet of
Christianity. You will never see
an unadorned Nativity scene on
the lawn of the Dearborn City
Hall."
While ACLU officials said they
would not pursue the Dearborn
case, they cautioned that Nativity
scenes displayed by other Detroit
area communities are being
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