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Todd Starr Twins
His Bar Mitzvah
Behind Gabe's Fruits
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Todd Bradley Starr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Starr, will share
his bar mitzvah at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday at Cong. B'nai David
with Mikhail Vainer of Volgog-
Todd has been writing to his
"twin" in the Soviet Union for
months, but has yet to receive a
reply. He shares his bar mitzvah
with Mikhail because Mikhail is
not allowed to have his own in
Grigory Vainer, Mikhail's
father, is a mechanical engineer
Isabella, his mother, is a physi-
cian. They first applied for a
visa in 1982 and have re-
peatedly been refused since
then. Both the Vainer grand-
parents, and Mikhail's uncle
and his family have also been
refused exit visas.
The family and congregation
will be asked to write letters to
congratulate the Vainers:
RSFSR, USSR, Volgograd
Monday-Friday-9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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Richard Rosenthal was elected
president of the Windsor Jewish
Community Council at its an-
Rosenthal is a product of local
schools and currently complet-
ing the M.B.A. program at the
University of Windsor.
Rosenthal is past president of
the Hospice of Windsor; vice
president, B'nai B'rith of
Canada; vice chairman 1985
United Way Campaign; past•
president of Windsor Lodge 1011
B'nai B'rith; treasurer, Windsor
Chamber of Commerce; director
and secretary of the Windsor
Symphony Society; member of
the board of governors, Univer-
sity of Windsor; member of the
senate, University of Windsor;
member of the executive com-
mittee, University of Windsor;
trustee of Cong. Beth El (past
president); national executive
member of the United Israel
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Alan Orman, first vice
president; Jerry Alexis, second
vice president; Harriet White-
man, third vice president; Ted J.
Hochberg, Q.C., treasurer; Bar-
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