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July 24, 1987 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-24

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Soviets Brush Away
Brauns' Exit Efforts

It is going to take a U.S.-
Soviet arms agreement, or
granting the Soviets a human
rights conference in Moscow,
or major movement at the
Helsinki Accords review
meetings in Vienna for
Svetlana Braun to join her
husband Keith in Detroit.
That is the sad conclusion
that Keith Braun has drawn
after spending 17 days in the
Soviet Union with his wife
Svetlana, vacationing and
knocking on the doors of the
Soviet bureaucracy.
"I almost have the feeling
now that it is a disadvantage
to Svetlana to be married to
an American," Braun told
The Jewish News this week
after returning from Russia.
"It would probably be easier
for her to get out on her own."
Braun said several Soviet
Jews in recent weeks have
been allowed to leave the
Soviet Union after years of
refusal because their parents
or a relative allegedly knew
state secrets. The Soviets
reportedly will not allow
Svetlana to leave the Soviet
Union because her father was
an engineer seven years ago
and allegedly knows secrets.
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my case this is a pure attack
on an American," Braun said.
He added that "it is clear
that the Soviets are getting
my message, but they are not
going to move." The Brauns
met with a number of Soviet
officials during his visit, and
delivered letters to officials
from students at Beverly
Elementary School in Bever-
ly Hills. A letter-writing cam-
paign on beh a lf of the Brauns
was started by nine-year-old
Gabriel Werder at Beverly.
Braun tried to arrange a
meeting with the Soviet depu-
ty foreign minister and other
high-ranking officials, but
was told that all further ap-
peals should be postponed un-
til the Supreme Soviet con-
siders Svetlana's appeal to
emigrate.
A decision in the case may
not be reached until the end
of October. Even then, Braun
predicts, it will take a major
East-West breakthrough to
pressure the Soviets to
release Svetlana.
Braun does not expect to
make another trip to Moscow
before the end of 1987, and
will stay in contact with his
22-year-old wife through let-
ters and telephone calls.

Raymond Hassen, chairman of
the Metropolitan Detroit B'nai
Brith Bowlers Association March
for Israel, presents a contribution
for the Allied Jewish Campaign to
Metropolitan Division member
Isadore Shrodeck.

Completion of the 1988
Allied Jewish Campaign
leadership roster has been an-
nounced by General
Chairmen Jane Sherman and
David Hermelin, who recent-
ly appointed 19 division
chairmen.
The chairmen are Marcy
and Michael S. Feldman, Mer-
cantile; Peter M. Alter,
Jonathan F. Haber and Linda
Klein, Professional Service;

Irving Laker and Myron
Milgrom, Industrial and
Automotive; Phillip W.
Fisher, Real Estate; Drs. Dar-
ryl T. Goldberg and Dan
Guyer, Professional Health;
Jeffrey H. Howard and
William R. Lakritz,
Metropolitan; Dennis S. Ber-
nard and Lisa Sommers,
Young Adult; and Doreen
Hermelin, Women's.
Benjamin F. Rosenthal and
Alan Yost will chair this
year's Men's Hadracha pro-
gram, with Susan Citrin and
Edie Mittenthal leading the
Women's Hadracha group.

Sen. Boschwitz
Slated To Speak

Sen. Rudy Boschwitz (R-
Minn.) will be the guest
speaker at a parlor meeting
in advance of the Lubavitch
Foundation's fall concert and
dinner.
The parlor meeting will
take place 8 p.m. Monday at
the Birmingham home of Dr.
George and Vivian Dean. For
information, call Lubavitch,
737-7000.

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