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December 26, 1980 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-26

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18 Friday, December 26, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Portable Holocaust Memorial The Jews of the Philippines
Auxiliary exceeds 200).
By WARREN FREEDMAN
Focus of N.J. Federation
The large number of Is-
NEW YORK — Eighty

By BEN GALLOB

Inc.)
More than 1,200 artists
and craftsmen have re-
sponded to an announce-
ment by the Jewish Federa-
tion of Central New Jersey
of an international competi-
tion for a design for a porta-
ble memorial to the
Holocaust.
Gerald Flanzbaum is
Holocaust Memorial
Competition chairman.
The competition rules
specify that artists must
submit a drawing or a
photograph of their pro-
posal by April 1. On April
21, four noted judges will
choose the three outstand-
ing proposals. Their
creators will each receive a
$1,000 prize. One of the
three finalists will be com-
missioned to prepare a final
design. The final winner
will receive an additional
prize of $4,000.
Flanzbaum said hun-
dreds of calls have come
, to the Federation from all
parts of the country and
Canada since the an-
nouncement of the
competition. He said
when artists call the Fed-
eration for information,
the Federation sends
thema bibliography of
Holocaust literature to
help them understand
what the Nazis did.

(Copyright 1980, JTA,

Flanzbaum said the for-
mat for the completed
memorial may be a paint-
ing, a sculpture or a tapes-
try. He said the finished
memorial is expected to be
ready for display at the 1982
community observance of
the Holocaust, sponsored
annually by the federation.
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will be made into a display

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Reagan's supporters, denied
that the Israeli government
ever requested a November
meeting between Reagan
and Israeli Prime Minister
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Cummings also denied that
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on the advice of former
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for the 1981 community ob-
servance.
Both the display of the
three finalists and the com-
pleted memorial will be
made available to all in-
terested groups throughout
the United States,
Flanzbaum said.
He noted that while the
idea of a portable memorial,
to bring the message of the
Holocaust to the people, is
unique and appropriate to
the needs of central New
Jersey community, it is con-
sistent with Jewish tradi-
tion. He said the Jewish
people had received the
Torah in the Sinai wilder-
ness and for generations
thereafter carried the Ark
containing the Torah wher-
ever they wandered.
The jurors are Tully
Filmus, a Jewish artist
and teacher whose works
have appeared in major
museums in thie country
and in Israel;' Rabbi Irv-
ing Greenberg, director
of the National Jewish
Resource Center; Rabbi
Joachim Prinz, chairman
of the World Conference
of Jewish Organizations
and past chairman of the
Conference of Presidents
of Major American
Jewish Organizations;
and Phyllis Tuchman,
visiting National
Endowment for
Humanities Professor at
Princeton University.
Honorary chairpersons
for the contest include New
Jersey's two senators, Bill
Bradley and Harrison
Williams; and two repre-
sentatives, Millicent Fen-
wick and Matthew Rinaldo.
Gov . Brendan Byrne has
expressed his support for
the project.

WASHINGTON — Al-
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of the American Federation
of Teachers, who is tall and
prefers the roominess of
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there was no such space left
on a recent flight to New
York.
Shanker eventually set-
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the coach section and found
himself sitting next to
long-time companions
Henry and Nancy Kissinger
who had also been forced to
sit in the coach section.

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