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June 24, 1983 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, June 24, 1983

Michelsons Celebrate 50th

Caricatures

Mr. and Mrs. Harry
(Rose) Michelson of South-
field are celebrating their
50th wedding anniversary.
The Michelsons are past
presidents of the Louis Mar-
shall Lodge and Chapter of
Bnai Brith. They are mem-
bers of Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue.
Mr. Michelson also has
been the chairman of the
Bnai Brith Presidents
Brunch for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, on the board of
the Southfield Senior Men's

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The Michelsons have nine
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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
About 100 students, suppor-
ters of Likud, picketed out-
side Premier Menahem Be-
gin's residence in
Jerusalem, in a counter
demonstration to that of
anti-war protestors at the
same place.
The number of policemen
at the site was reinforced to
avoid the verbal confronta-
tion becoming a physical
one.

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The author acquaints us
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what the daily life in the
Soviet Union is like; abhor-
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those of us who have lived in
freedom all our lives.
In his acknowledgements
he thanks by name those
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have succeeded in emigrat-
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they still languish in the
USSR, waiting." His book
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them is to get out of the
Soviet Union. In a race
against time, they seek the
aid of their previously un-
known American cousins.
Martin and Jenny Singer
are a wealthy, influential
Jewish-American couple
into whose life comes Kar-
peyko's appeal for help.
They do everything that
money and influence can
accomplish, but the "wait
and see" methods of diplo-
macy are not swift enough
to supply the urgent action
that it needed. The Singers
contact their Israeli cousins
for further help.
Rachel Aron and her
grandson Gideon are Is-
raelis who are dedicated to
the welfare of their country,
from smuggling in aliens
when the British were in
control, to the present day
fighting and raising of
funds through the United
Jewish Appeal. This branch
of Yuri Karpeyko's family
has its own ideas of how to
help him and his family es-
cape from Russia.
Viertel has done a su-
perb job of storytelling.
Without being obvious,
he has described what it
is like to be Jewish in our
time and how the mean-
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try. His characters are
believable human beings
of many dimensions. He
has also woven into the

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