Names of Soviets Released
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Here is a list of the Soviets who will be allowed to leave the Soviet Union to join spouses or family in the United States, as released Saturday by the State Department:
Tatyana Bondareva of Moscow, married to Anthony Bartholomew of Fountain Valley, Calif.
Aleksey Lodisev of Kiev, married to Sandra Gubin of Kalamazoo, Mich.
Mikhail Iossel of Leningrad, married to Edith Luthi of Holliston, Mass.
Marina Lepehina, married to John Kapecki of Justice, Ill. She already lives in Justice.
Irina McClellan of Moscow, married to Woodford McClellan of Charlottesville, Va.
Leonid Ablavsky of Leningrad, married to Robin Rubendunst of Somerville, Mass.
Mikhail Stukalin, 16, will be reunited with his mother, Margarita, whose address was not known.
In addition, Abe Stolar, who has dual U.S.-Soviet citizenship, will be allowed to leave Moscow with his wife, son and daughter-in-law.
The names of the following two additional couples were released by Sen. Paul Simon, D-Ill.:
Dimitri Argakov of Leningrad, married to Mary Lou Hulzeman of Cleveland.
Helle Frejus of Estonia, married to Kazmierz Frejus of Pomona, Calif.