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December 19, 1986 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-19

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HOUSE CALLS MADE )

Protests Mark
International
Rights Day

London (JTA) — Interna-
tional Human Rights Day
was marked here last week by
protests against continued
Soviet persecution of dissi-
dents and the continuing dif-
ficulties refuseniks face in
trying to obtain exit visas.
The temperature of the pro-
tests was raised by reports
that one of the best known
Soviet political dissidents,
Anatoly Marchenko, had died
in the notorious Chistopol
prison in the Tartar Republic
while serving a 10-year term
for "anti-Soviet agitation and
propaganda." He was 48
years old.
His Jewish wife, Larissa
Bogaraz, the former Larissa
Daniel, whom he met while
both were serving internal ex-
ile in Siberia, told reporters in
Moscow that she had received
a telegram from the prison
warden saying that her hus-
band had died in a hospital.
The telegram gave no date
nor cause of death. On
November 21, Bogoraz was
summoned by security police
and told to apply for the fami-
ly to emigrate. She and Mar-
chenko have a 12-year-old son,
Pavel.
Bogoraz said the last letter
she received from her hus-
band was dated November
28, asking that she send a
food parcel. The request in-
dicated that Marchenko had
abandoned a hunger strike he
began August 4 to protest his
treatment in prison, where
Anatoly Shcharansky had
also been incarcerated.
Marchenko, a Ukrainian
non-Jew, had spent a total of
20 years in Soviet prisons
since first being arrested in
1960 at the age of 18. Follow-
ing his first six-year incarcer-
ation, he wrote My
Testimony, a panoramic
description of Soviet prison
life which became a best seller
in the West.

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JDC-Smolar Student Jour-
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the Jewish student whose
published article or story best
fosters understanding of the
needs of overseas Jewry.
The $1,000 prize is given
annually by the American
Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee in honor of the
late Boris Smolar, former
editor of the Jewish lble-
graphic Agency who was in-
volved with JDC for 60 years.
For details, write: The JDC
Smolar-Student Journalism
Award, AJJDC, 711 Third
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10017.

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