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March 09, 1984 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, March 9, , 1984

Bond Official

ORDER YOUR

Youth Organize to Help
Brethren Trapped in USSR

NEW YORK — Ira I. Mil-
ler of New. York has been
appointed national chair-
man of the Israel Bond
Organization's Synagogue
Division.

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Sheri Wagner, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Wagner of West Bloomfield,
has organized members of
her sixth grade Hebrew
class at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek to form a "Soviet
Jewry Youth Committee."
Members of the commit-
tee are: Michele Berkovic,
Jackie Chazen, Scott
Glickman, Andrea
Goldman, Ellen Kraft,
Brian Schwartz, Mark
Schwartz and Laurel Sim-
mer.
The committee's first
project is the sale of small
stuffed animals wearing a
tag that reads, "Until all
Jews are free — no Jews are
4.–A-ccdorn for
Soviet Jews." Animals wnr
be available for sale at the
third annual Freedom Con-
cert for Soviet Jewry in
Memory of Al M. Rosenberg
on March 28 at 8 p.m. at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Proceeds will benefit
the Detroit Soviet Jewry
Committee of the Jewish
Community Council,
concert sponsor.

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SHERI WAGNER

Stuffed animals for the
project were donated by
American Greetings
4h"-,..s. h. Procido..t.......mozry
Weiss.
When she first observed
an empty chair reserved for
the absent Soviet Jewish
"twin" unable to mark her
13th birthday in similar
fashion at a Shaarey Zedek
Bat Mitzva, Sheri became
interested in working on
behalf of Soviet Jewry.
To become a Bat Mitzva
in spring 1985, Sheri has
been twinned with Ann
Ioffe, daughter of Aleksandr
and Rosa Ioffe of Moscow.
In 1976, the Ioffe family
applied to emigrate to Is-
rael. They were refused
on grounds of Ioffe's
"secrecy." In his prev-
ious work, he had dealt
only with mathematical
problems and published
papers on this topic in
academic journals in the
USSR and abroad.
Upon receipt of their re-
fusal, Dr. Ioffe was demoted
to a lower teaching position
and was told by authorities
that his family's case would
not be reconsidered until
1982, when their son, Di-
mitry, would be of draft age.

Dr. Ioffe was an active
participant in the scientific
seminars that were held
regularly by Dr. Viktor
Brailovsky in Moscow.
After Brailovsky's arrest,
the Ioffe house was put
under surveillance and he
was threatened with his fel-
low refusnik's fate.
Sheri has been writing to
Ann and other members of
the Wagner family have
also sent letters.
The freedom concert
features Anachnu
Khan-We Are Here, a
90-member troupe of Is-
raeli musicians, dancers
and singers whose first
performances were in the
Soviet Union, before they
emigrated to Israel.
For information on pur-
chasing stuffed animals or
concert tickets, call the
JCCouncil, 962-1880.

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Jewish and Single of
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host Detroit Zionist Federa-
tion scholar - in - residence
Gavriel Cifrony at an oneg
Shabat at 8:30 p.m. today at
Beth Shalom.
Cifrony will speak on
"Three Million Mavens: An
Introduction to Israeli Poli-
tics." All Jewish singles are
invited free of charge. Re-
freshments will be served.
Cifrony will address the
Association of Parents of

American Israelis, Michi-
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day in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Pollack, 22560
Glastonbury, Southfield.
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