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September 25, 1981 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-25

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THE DETROIT invisH NEWS

Exiled Soviet Writers, U.S.
Publishers Gather in NY

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NEW YORK—A number
of American publishers and
prominent Soviet dissident
authors gathered in the
New York Public Library
last week for the Third Mos-
cow Book Fair Reception in
Exile. -
The meeting followed the
Moscow International Book
Fair, which closed on Sept. 8
and was boycotted by all but
a handful of U.S. pub-
lishers.
The two previous recep-
tions, in 1977 and 1979,
were held in Moscow during
the fair. But so many of the
Soviet writers who attended
them are now in prison, in
exile or incommunicado
that the Association of
American Publishers and
the Fund for Free Expres-
sion decided to hold this
year's reception in New
York.
"The number of Soviet

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writers who have been in
prison is odious to the
American publishing

RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
— For the first time in many
years, Israel was not at-
tacked by Arab delegations
at an international gather-
ing, this one the 10th Con-
gress of International Law
in Sao Paulo.
By unanimous vote of the
97 participating countries,
some 4,000 delegates, reso-
lutions offered by the Israel
delegation were adopted.
Among them, that oil
should not be a tool of inter-
national pressure; that ter-
rorist groups must be
fought; that human rights
must be respected, and free
emigration guaranteed
from all countries.
The Arab delegations, in-

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cluding that of Egypt, did
not participate in the vot-
ing. Their delegations dis-
appeared from the meeting
before the voting.
Jerusalem attorney
Yitzhak Menner,
president of the Israel
Bar Association's council
and leader of the Israeli
delegation to the con-
gress, was one of the nine

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Other speakers included
Robert L. Bernstein, chair-
man of the Random House,
- a longtime human rights
activits whose Soviet visa
was revoked in 1979;
Townsend Hoopes,
president of the publishers
association; and Max Kam-
pelman, U.S. ambassador to
the Helsinki Review Con-
ference.

Considerable attention
was directed to the fate of
Anatoly Marchenko, whose
works have been published
in the U.S. Earlier this
month he was sentenced in
the Soviet Union to 10 years
in prison and five years in
exile for "anti-Soviet agita-
tion and propaganda."

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community and this is a
way of indicating our
disapproval," Martin P.
Levin, president of pub-
lishing for the Times Mir-
ror Co. and chairman of
the publishers associa-
tion said.

Friday, September 25, 1961 67

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members of the resolu-
tions committee.
Prof. Amos Shapiro, dean
of Tel Aviv University's
Law School, was chairman
of the panel on human
rights. Meir Gabai, director
general of Israel's Ministry
of Justice, was the chair-
man of the technological
and economic committees.

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Rabbi Wine will open his
series on "Our Basic Needs
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His topic Sunday will be
- - "Love — Affirming Our-
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There is a charge, and
non-members are invited.
Rabbi Wine will speak
10 a.m. Thursday- at the
Baldwin Library in Bir-
mingham. His -topic will
be "Humanity — Origins
' , and Destiny." He will
-focus on Donald Johan-
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