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June 17, 1977 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Windsor Jewry to Honor
Mrs. Tepperman for JNF

The Windsor Jewish com-
munity will honor Rose Tep-
perman on behalf of the
Jewish National Fund of
Canada at the community's
Negev Dinner to be held
Aug. 16 at Cong. Shaar
Hashomayim.
Mrs. Tepperman is being
honored "in recognition of
her outstanding record of
public service during the
- ast 40 years on behalf of
merous important Jewish
and non-denominational
educational, humanitarian
and philanthropic causes at
home and abroad."
Mrs. Tepperman is a long-
time member of Cong.
Shaar Hashomayim, a

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founder of Bnai Birth
Women, was treasurer of
World Child's Tag Day for
many years and is active in
the Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Fund Cam-
aigns. She has been a mem-
ber of the Lilliam Freiman

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ROSE TEPPERMAN
Chapter of Hadassah since
.13 Stiver3tein
1936, and has been its treas-
urer for more than 20 Weda 111r. litiater3
years.
Karen Rochelle Silvers-
She was chairman of te in and Gary Hathaway
Youth Aliyah and in 1966 Wa krs were married in a
was named treasurer of the rece4t double-ring ceremo-
first Hadassah Bazaar in
y at ;Temple Is tel. Rabbi
Windsor.
Robert Syme and Can-
Proceeds from the dinner tor 'Harold Orbach offici-
will be used to begin a .ated.
major project in her name
The bride is the daughter
in Canada Park, a recrea- of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S.
tional complex in Israel, es- Silverstein of Oak Park.
tablished under the aus- Parents of the bridegroom
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Two of the four winners of the Milton J. Steinhardt Schol-
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Elizabeth Bogdanowicz
was maid of honor. Matron
of honor was Marsha
Scheinker. Bridesinaids
were Marilyn Selik, Becky
Waters, Kerry Waters, sis-
ter of the bridegroom; Lita
Brans and Randee Rice,
James Eldridge was best
man. Ushers were Thomas
Dalton of Maryland.
Charles Washburn, Larry
Waters, brother of the bride-
groom ; James Krosch.
Larry Zak and Avery Sil-
verstein, brother of the
bride. Jeffrey Scheinker
was ring bearer.
Following a honeymoon
in the Poconos, the couple
is living in Southgate.

Detroiter to Head
Dental Academy

Dr. Leon Herschfus, chair-
man of the board of health
for the city of Southfield,
has been elected national
president of the American
Academy of Oral Medicine.
Dr. Herschfus is chief of
the department of dental
surgery and oral medicine
at Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospi-
tal and Medical Center and
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital.
He also is the president of
the Detroit District Dental
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