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October 18, 1985 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-18

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The University
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B'nai B'rith Hillel

Wedding, Rehearsal and
Ceremony Assistance

presents...

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Chai Donors

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"An Evening With

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B'NAI MITZVAH

Former Detroiter
Has Bar Mitzvah

1 WEEK ONLY

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Jack Shenkman
Jack Shenkman, honorary
chairman of the -Lubavitch
Foundation of. Michigan and
.chairman of the 1985 endow-
ment committee, announced
that "Chai Endowment" donors
will be honored at the forthcom-
ing Emma Scheyer Tribute Con-
cert and dinner to be held Nov.
20 at Detroit's Masonic Temple
Theatre.
Chairmen are Paul Borman
and David Hermelin. Violinist
Isaac Stern will be the guest
entertainer.
A year ago a r campaign was
launched to recruit individuals
to each establish their own
$18,000 ("Chai") Endowment
Fund for the Lubavitch Founda-
tion. The sum may be paid out
over a period of time, or may be
in the form of stocks, properties
or insurance policies.
, Each Chai Fund established
in an individual's name ("In
honor of ...," "In memory of
...," etc.) maintains its identity
in perpetuity.
The principal remains un-
touched, administered by prom-
inent business executives of the
committee. The "Chai" contribu-
tion conveys to the donor life
membership in Lubavitch. The
organization will draw an an-
nual income of about $2,000
from each . $18,000 fund.
Currently, there are 64 .Chai
donors. Each Chai donor will
have his (or her) own table -- at
no charge — at the dinner.
In addition, each will be pre-
sented with an "Ambassador of
Torah" award. -
For information about the
endowment fund or the concert,
call the Lubavitch Center, 548-
2666.

Mon.-Sat
-10-5

29229 Northwestern Hwy. Southfield • 355-4770

Andrew Noah Rolnick, son of
former Detroiters Art and Cheri
Rolnick of Minneapolis, Minn.,
and grandson of Cantor David
and Margaret Gutman and Syl-
via Keats and the late Mr. Sid-
ney Rolnick will be called-to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday at Bet Shalom Con-
gregation in Minneapolis.
Andrew will share his bar
mitzvah with Igor Vaisraan of
the Soviet Union who is pot free
to practice his religion there.

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