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Other members of the wed-
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Sarah Blumenthal, and the
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Mrs. Ruth Corin and Rose
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Jewish education and the
separation of church and state
are the most important contem-
porary concerns.
This consensus is no surprise,
as both groups bear the in-
fluence of the Yiddish
newspapers of the turn of the
century. The Daily Forward ex-
pecially took on the self-
appointed role as dispenser to
its immigrant Jewish reader-
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in the United States.
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Jewish newspapers and
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He said that about half of
both groups felt the single most
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Dr. Nina Carol Blumenthal
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Lane Steinger officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
Blumenthal of Southfield.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Corin
of Roslyn, N.Y.
Elise Elconin of Chicago,
Ill., was maid of honor. The
best man was the groom's
brother, Dr. William Corin.
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