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May 29, 1987 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-29

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B'NAI MITZVAH

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Daniel Shere
Twins Bar Mitzvah

Daniel Shere will celebrate
his bar mitzvah Saturday at
Cong. B'nai David. David is
the son of Joel and Margaret
Shere of West Bloomfield and
grandson of Eleanor Shere
and Hyman and Celia Good-
man.
Daniel will twin his bar
mitzvah with Valensas
Glinskene of Kaunas,
Lithuania, USSR.
Valensas' father, Stanis-
lavas Glinskene is a biologist
from Kaunas. When he and
his family applied to emi-
grate in 1979, he lost his job
as a biology teacher. Pre-
sently, he is working as a la-
borer. Valensas' mother is a
pediatrician.

Officer Installation
At Beth Achim

At the Shavuot service Thurs-
day, Ronald Harris will be in-
stalled as president, together
with all recently elected officers
and board members of Cong.
Beth Achim. Alsc '„o be in-
stalled are: first vice president,
Abraham Gamer; vice presi-
dents-at-large, Harold Baker,
Bernard Gottfried, Dr. Eric
Gordon and Morris Penner; cor-
responding secretary; Esther
(Grainer) Horenstein; financial
secretary, Edwin Sitron; and
treasurer, Lester Berman.
Members of the board of
trustees to be installed are:
(three-year term), Ibbi Fox,
Michael S. Feldman, David
Goldis, Ronald Karp, Maryann
(Micki) Lasher, Perry Levey and
Robert Sternberg; and (one-year
term), Jerome Beale, Michael
Binder and Michael Kovacs.

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