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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-07-25

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The estate of Rosalyn and Rudolph
Shulman has created an endowed
Judaic library fund at Bar-Ilan
University in Ramat Gan, Israel.
"The Shulmans were dedicated to
Jewish education, both in Israel and in
Detroit, where they supported the
effort of the institutions whose mis-
sion was dedicated to the study of
Torah, Jewish values and the mainte-
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Locally, the Shulmans supported
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The group is now 22 years old.
Programs include social events to get
to know one another and a student
scholarship essay contest. The group
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For dinner reservations, call Trish
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(313) 567-6225.

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