THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 19, 1985
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Bat Mitzvah Notes
Plight Of Russians
Shari Wagner, daughter of
Donald and Dottie Wagner, will
twin her bar mitzvah with Anna
Ioffe of Moscow Saturday at Cong.
Anna, unable to celebrate this
occasion herself, is the daughter
of one of the Soviet Union's lead-
ing mathematical specialists.
Shari has been corresponding
with Anna for over a yearand has
spoken to the family by telephone
on several occasions. Shari has
participated in local activities on
behalf of Soviet Jews.
The Ioffe family applied to emi-
grate in 1976 but were refused be-
cause of the stature of the family.
Prior to application, Prof. Ale=-
xander Ioffe was an associate pro-
fessor. He now works at Moscow
Institute for Speedway and
Aerodrome Construction. Ale-
xander's wife Rosa is a physicist,
an active member of the new
Women's Liberation Group in
Moscow. She had taken part in all
the women's demonstrations
which occurred in 1978.
Several universities in the U.S.,
France, and Israel have invited
Ioffe to be professor in matahema-
tics. In October 1981, he was
placed under house arrest for a
few days and in November of that
year Mrs. Ioffe was called in by
the KGB and told to stop her
Shari and her family suggest
writing letters of congratulations
to Anna and to her parents, Prof-
soyuznaya 85/1/203, Moscow
117279, RSFSR, USSR.
Bat Mitzvah Shares
Her Special Day
Miryam Aviva Bernard will
twin the celebration of her bat
mitzvah at 10 a.m. Sunday at
Cong. Beth Shalom with Adina
Muleris of the USSR.
Adina is the daughter of Chaim
Muleris, a radio engineer, and
Basia Muleris, a doctor, of
Kaunas, Lithuanian SSR.
They have been refused visas on
the grounds of army service, even
though Muleris was demobilized
seven years ago. Mrs. Muleris'
parents are in Israel, where her
father is an invalid who requires
Lill Gorov has been selected as
a Volunteer Who Cares "for her
outstanding service to Sinai Hos-
pital." She is the first volunteer so
honored for an award that is usu-
ally given to employees.
At Sinai, Gorov is a member of
the guild volunteer committee,
where she interviews, places and
trains volunteers. She also serves
on the guild's board of directors
and its community education
committee, and vo -.,- nteers one
day a week at Sinai's Shiffman
Named For Honor
Susan M. Moiseev of Southfield
has been selected for inclusion in
the newest edition ofOutstanding
Young Women of America.