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May 20, 1988 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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New York — Ten authors
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the 1988 National Jewish
Book Awards.
The list of winners includes:
Children's literature —
Sonia Levitin, "The Return;"
Contemporary Jewish life
— Paul Cowan with Rachel
Cowan, "Mixed Blessings:
Marriage Between Jews and
Christians;"
Fiction — Philip Roth, "The
Counterlife,"
Holocaust — Susan Zucotti,
"The Italians and the
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Rescue, Sur rival;"
Illustrated children's books
— Miriam Chaikin, "Ex-
odus;"
Israel — Shabtai Teveth,
"Ben-Gurion: The Burning
Ground 1886-1948;"
Jewish history — Robert
Chazan, "European Jewry
and the First Crusade;"
Jewish thought — Rabbi
Marc D. Angel. "The Orphan-
ed Adult: Confronting the
Death of a Parent;"
Scholarship — Daniel M.
Friedenberg, "Medieval
Jewish Seals from Europe;"
and
Visual Arts — Lester D.
Friedman, "The Jewish Im-
age in American Film."
The awards ceremony will
also include citations to
libraries, including Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman Library,
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses, West Bloomfield.

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Phoenix — The American
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ment with the Soviets to
lapse in July, according to a
decision made by its board of
governors at a meeting April
15.
This action resolves a three-
year controversy over the
ABA's official ties to a Soviet
organization, the Association
of Soviet Lawyers (ASL),
which critics say plays a
leading role in Soviet disin-
formation and human rights
abuses.
The ABA is expected to con-
tinue its contacts with the
Association of Soviet Lawyers
as part of a plan to assemble
lawyers from many nations at
each ABA Annual Meeting.
The board of governors ac-
tion also ended formal
agreements with the national
bars of the People's Republic
of China, Israel and France.

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