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February 20, 1987 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-20

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English, and who has since ac-
companied Leonid's sister to
the U.S.
Olga grins, remembering
her first impressions, particu-
larly her first trip to the
supermarket with its bewilder-
ing variety. "I could not believe
the long line of cereal," she
says. "And in boxes! Shopping
took me hours. You had to
> make a choice! For the first
month, whenever I had the
time I would go and just read
boxes just to find what I
needed.
With seemingly characteris-
tic determination, she devoted
her first year here to learning
English, attending day classes
at the Jewish Community Cen-
ter and evening classes at Oak
Park High School.
For Sergei, the opportunities
to develop his interest in his
Jewish heritage and to achieve
his educational goals have
been all that his parents had
hoped. The "wonderful one-
on-one instruction" he received
in Hebrew and English at
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
enabled him to quickly gain
ground in his studies and, after
transferring to Akiva Day
School, to secure a place at the
University of Chicago, where
he is now in his second year.
Relaxing comfortably with a
glass of wine in his attractive
new home, looking forward to a
two-month visiting lectureship
at London University, Leonid
has not forgotten the less-
fortunate refuseniks still in
Russia. Helped by friends who
had already come to the States,
he works with the Friends of
Soviet Jewry Information and
Education Center to encourage
people here to work for the re-
fuseniks' release, and to make
them aware of "what life is
really like there, how real the
problems are.
"They are marked for life
and their children have this
mark against them too," he
says. Recent indications of a
softening Soviet attitude are
•no reason, he believes, to relax
the effort here. "My feeling is
that Jews are considered a
kind of 'hard currency' by the
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Russian government. If there
is a possibility of improving re-
lations with the West and they
want to do so, then it is a good
moment to give some Jews as a
down payment." But the mo-
ment may swiftly pass, he be-
lieves.
The allocation of exit per-
mits; he admits, "looks like a
lottery," but "there is evidence
that cases which attract the at-
tention of the West have a bet-
ter chance."
Letter writing, to refuseniks
and officials is one of the most
effective ways to help. "People
shouldn't be discouraged if the
addressee doesn't receive it,"
he says. "Every letter which is
written goes to Russia and goes
to the KGB file. That is what is
important. It helps." ❑




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