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September 05, 1986 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-05

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Anna Rosnovski seeks personal intervention with the Soviets
in her sister's struggle to emigrate.

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other year he will face con-
scription into the Soviet
army.
Said Rosnovski: "After
army, they'll say, 'You know
secrets,' " making aliyah even
more difficult.
Given the choice of having
`Russian' or 'Jew' stamped on
his identity card, Andrei "ch-
ose to be a Jew," Rosnovski
said. Elena's second husband,
George Kuna, a Jew, lost his
engineering position and now
works as a truck driver.
What does Rosnovski hope
to gain by publicizing her sis-
ter's plight?
"I really need help from
your side," she said. "I hope
that someone will adopt this

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case, someone important or
famous, or someone with
some authority on the Rus-
sians."
She has been down this
road before. It took the inter-
vention of the president of
the International Psychiatric
Society to secure Rosnovski's
mother's release from a
Soviet mental hospital, thus
facilitating her parents'
aliyah in 1979. Her mother
had been institutionalized
after serving several years in
prison for smuggling Ros-
novski's violin out of the
USSR. The experience dam-
aged her "irreversibly," Ros-
novski said. Her mother now
resides in a psychiatric hospi-
tal near Tel Aviv. Her father
died this year.
While it may only be per-
sonal intervention which can
reunite the family — a right
guaranteed by the Helsinki
accords, of which the USSR is

a signatory — Rosnovski says

that moral support from con-
cerned people is equally wel-
come.
"Many communities sent
visitors to my sister. She
needs to feel she's not alone.
She's in great isolation. I too
need to feel I'm not alone in
my struggle."
Rae
to
According
Sharfman, chairman of the
Friends of the Soviet Jewry
Education and Information
Center, letters of support can
be sent to: Elena Keiss-Kuna,
ul. Plekhanova 26-27 Kv. 48,
Leningrad 190000, RSFSR,
USSR.

.

ZOA Mission
Back In U.S.

New York — Sixty-two
Zionist leaders from across
the country returned to the
U.S. this week after two in
Israel as members of the fifth
annual Zionist Organization
of America's Young Leader-
ship Mission.
Participants from Michigan
were: Ann Mandelbaum,
Rachel Mandelbaum and
George Mann of Detroit; Be-
verly Fradis of Oak Park;
Eleanor and James Hack, Dr.
Greg Manov and Sidney Sil-
verman of Southfield; Bill
and David Graham of West
Bloomfield; and Marianne
Sachs of Ann Arbor.

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