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December 28, 1962 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 28, 1962 —

Shmarak Plotkin
Rites Solemnized

Educators Seltzer,
Haber Re-Elected to
Labor Relations Posts

'

Prof. Lawrence H. Seltzer of
the Wayne State University
Economics Department has been
re-elected chairman of the joint
Institute of Labor and Indus-
trial Relations operated by the
University of Michigan and
Wayne State.
William Haber of the U. of
M. Department of Economics
was returned to the post of
vice-chairman of the institute.

Agentine Leader
Criticizes Government
Stand on Neo-Nazis
BUENOS AIRES, (JTA)—Dr.
Isaac Goldenberg, president of
the DAIA, the representative
agency for Argentinian Jewry,
asserted that the government
MRS. KENNETH SHMARAK
explanation that Argentine neo-
Nazis were a group not represen-
In a candlelight ceremony
tative of the Argentine people
22 at the Clinton Manor in
made the leniency shown to Nazi Dec.
N.J., Suzanne Plotkin
aggressors a matter of even Newark,
became the bride of Dr. Kenneth
greater concern.
Shmarak.
Parents of the newlyweds are
THE
Mr. and Mrs. Sigfried Schulman
of Teaneck, N.J., and Mr. and.
Mrs. Sidney Shmarak of Detroit.
The bride wore a princess style
AL NAFTAL
gown of delustered candlelight
and
satin with bell skirt and chapel
Bel le Manning
entertaining for all
train. The bodice and front pan-
Jewish occasions
els were appliqued with Alencon
featuring:
lace. Her veil was a mantilla of
JEWISH THEATRICAL
imported Alencon lace and she
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Serving as maid of honor was
Phyllis Zimmerman of Long
N.J. Lori Beth Bender
MEANS Branch,
of New York, a cousin of the
A GREAT DEAL
bridegroom, was flower girl.
A
Arthur Shmarak served his
brother as best man. Ushers were
Saul Greenberg of New Haven,
Conn., William Petrelak of De-
troit; Barry Gold of Newark N.J.;
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N.J.; Ben Ages and S. Jerome
Goldstein of New York.
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muda, the newlyweds will reside
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on Cranbrook Dr. in Detroit.

Announcement was made this
week by the Women's Auxiliary
of the Jewish National Fund that
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein, na-
tional director of the JNF, will
be the guest speaker at the an-
nual JNF women's donor event,
at Temple Israel, at 12:30 Tues-
day, Jan. 29.
Dr. Sternstein, who gave up
his pulpit in Dayton, 0., to as-
sume the JNF post, earned his
B.A. in Brooklyn College, re-
ceived his law degree from St.
John's University and was or-
dained Rabbi and received his
doctorate at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary.
His doctorate thesis, written
for Dr. Abraham Heschel, was,
in Hebrew, on the Gerer Rebbe.
He is now concluding a book
analyzing ideological relations
between Israel and world Jewry.
A former national vice presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization

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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — An
Israelite town dating back to
the eighth century BCE was un-
covered near Beersheba. Arch-
aeologists said that the diggers
found fragments of art figure,
sherds, cooking and eating uten-
sils, a fireplace and an oven in
the site. They said the finds
confirmed the town's crucial
importance in the area in the
time of King Uzziah.

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man of the ZOA commission on
education. • He holds important
national posts in the Theological
Seminary. He has held major
positions in statewide Ohio proj-
ects while in Dayton.
Author of many monographs
on Zionism, he is a contributor,
in Hebrew, English and Yiddish,
to many periodicals.
In 1956 he undertook an ex-
tensive tour of Israel and Eu-
rope, where he conferred with
leading figures of world Jewry.
In 1958, Dr. Sternstein w a s
chairman of the national ZOA
delegation to Israel and Europe
on the occasion of the 'tenth an-
niversary of the State of Israel
and the 60th anniversary of the
founding of world Zionism. He
has just returned from consulta-
tions and a survey of develop-
ments in Israel. Prior to his
ministry in Dayton, Dr. Stern-
stein was spiritual leader of
Congregation Tifereth Israel,
Glen Cove, Long Island.

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