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November 22, 1985 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 22, 1985

Ronardteven Smith

Ph,grapher

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family cases in which an Ameri-
can citizen had married a Soviet
citizen, but the Soviet citizen
was not permitted to leave the
USSR with the American
spouse.
Sandy Gubin of Kalamazoo, a
doctoral student at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, was the leader
of the loose organization of di-
videdlamilies. She was told last
Friday that her husband of 2 1/2
years, Aleksei Lodisev, would be
allowed to join her in the U.S.
On Monday, the State De-
partment announced that the
Soviets will release Chicago na-
tive Abe Stolar and his family,
ending their 11 1/2-year battle to
return to the U.S. The Stolars
were removed from a Moscow
plane 111/2 years ago when offi-
cials decided that the Stolars'
son's marriage had not been le-
gally recorded.
Stolar's parents were ardent
Communists, and took their
family back to Russia in the
1930's. Abe's father disappeared
in a Stalinst purge in 1936, and
Stolar's mother and sister were
sent to Siberia in 1937, where
they died.
Detroit Soviet Jewry activist
Rae Sharfman said many of
Michigan's Congressional dele-
gation worked on the Stolar
case. Sharfman called a Stolar
relative in Israel on Monday to
tell her the news, and had to
speak to the woman in Yiddish
to make her understand.

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