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October 11, 1985 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS • Friday, October 11, 1985

B'NAI MITZVAH

M•LTER
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Stacy Keywell
Has Bat Mitzvah

Stacy Renee Keywell, daugh-
ter of Claudia and Edward
Keywell, celebrated her bat
mitzvah Oct. 5 at Temple Beth
El. She symbolically represented
her friend, Avi Goldstein, who
lives in Tbilisi, Georgian, USSR.
Stacy has been writing to Avi
for the past two years even
' though his letters are not
allowed to get through. The only
communication she receives from
him are comments written on
the* return receipt. Through in-
termediaries, a letter from Avi
was sent to the late Samantha
Smith in May 1983, before her
visit to Russia, asking her to
intercede with Andropov on be-
half of himself and his family.
He did not receive a reply to his
letter.
Avi's father, Isai, and uncle,
Grigory Goldstein , both physi-
cists, applied for visas to emi-
grate to Israel in December
1971. Grigory was arrested for
"parasitism" in 1978 and spent a
year in a labor camp. In 1981,
both brothers were invited to lec-
ture at Rutgers University, but
were refused permission to emi-
grate. Both families are contin-
ually harassed and threatened
by the Soviet authorities.

Jascha Gelman
Twins Bar Mitzvah

Jascha Gelman will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at 10:30 a.m.
Saturday at Temple Kol Ami.
Jascha will share his bar
mitzvah • with Boris Osnis of
Chernovtsky, Ukranian USSR.
Jascha is the son of Sandor
and Judith Gelman of West
Bloomfield, and the grandson of
Lillian Meyers and the late Mr.
Sam Meyers, as well as the Late
Mr. Harold and Elsie Gelnan.
Boris, Jascha's Soviet twin is
the son of a computer engineer,
Marat Osnis, and his wife,
Klaudia. Theyfirst applied for
an exit visa to Israel in 1972,
shortly after Boris was born.
Osnis has since lost his job and
Mrs. Osnis has been expelled
from the university where she
was completing studies in eco-
nomics.

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Blood. Pressure
Study Conducted

Sinai Hospital of Detroit is
looking for volunteerg with high
blood' pressure to take part in a
study, it is currently conducting.
If qualified, participants will
receive free medical care during
the length of the eight-month
study, a complete physical exam-
ination, laboratory work and',
medication.
Participants also receive indi-
vidualized care twice a' month -
which includes health Counseling
by a nurse cliniciiin in the areas
of stress, diet, and making lifes-
tyle changes that can affect high
blood pressure.
Transportation costs, meals
and parking are also paid. For
information, call Nancy Piot,
493-L6464.

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