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September 30, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-30

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40 Friday, September 30, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Anti-Semite's Class Visited by Survivors

TORONTO (JTA)— High
school students in Eckville,
Alberta listened seriously
last week, some in tears, as
three Holocaust survivors
explained the reality of the
mass extermination of Jews
during World War II.
The three, Aba Beer, 61,
and Lou Zablow, 59, both of
Montreal, and Vera
Slyomovics, 57, of Van-
couver, travelled thousands
of miles at their own ex-
pense to talk to the students

about the unprecedented
tragedy. The principal of
the school agreed to have
them talk to the students.
Their former teacher,
James Keegstra, who has
been discharged from the
school system, taught over a
period of years that the
Holocaust was a hoax. One
of the students, Brad An-
drews, 17, said, after listen-
ing to the three Holocaust
survivors, "They sure
opened our eyes to what

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Pianist Santiago Rod-
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series 8:30 p.m. Oct. 7 in the
Community Arts Au-
ditorium on the campus of
Wayne State University.
Rodriguez, a native of
Cuba, captured the silver
medal at the 1981 Van
Cliburn International
Piano Competition.
For tickets and informa-
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11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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'Cyrano' Opens
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Edmond
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swashbuckling costume -
comedy - romance, "Cyrano
de Bergerac," will open the
Meadow Brook Theater's
18th season 8:30 p.m.
Thursday on the campus of
Oakland University in
Rochester.
For tickets and informa-
tion, call the theater box of-
fice, 377-3300.

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Buie listings

The Livonia Youth Sym-
phony Society has ap-
pointed Yakov Kreizberg as
its music director and con-
ductor of its senior or-
chestra.
Kreizberg, a native of
Russia, is a recipient of the
Eugene Ormandy Scholar-
ship Award for Outstanding
Musicianship, and was
named a Leonard Bernstein
Conducting Fellow at
Tanglewood.

Doug Jacobs and

Brunch Every Sunday
from 11:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Zablow and Beer are ac-
tive in the Canadian Jewish
Congress and Beer is the
national chairman of its
Holocaust Remembrance
Committee.
Next month, Keegstra,
who is still mayor of
Eckville, will be challenged
in the municipal elections
by an opponent who says
that he will make Keegst-
ra's anti-Semitism the sole
issue.

2 Budget Theaters
To Serve You Better!!

A series of science fiction
films will be presented by
the Detroit Science Center
weekend evenings through
Dec. 17.
This weekend's presenta-
tion will be "The Day the
Earth Stood Still" with
"Blade Runner" scheduled
for Oct. 7-8. Showings will
be 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. Fri-
days and Saturdays.
For further information
on the film series, call Ruth
Hinkson, 577-8400.

Savor the Flavor of the Golden Era!

Beer, a travel agent, was
the sole survivor at the age
of 18 in his home village in
Poland after the Nazis ex-
terminated the population
there.

Youth Symphony
Names Director

Science Center
Film Series

Early Birds 10% Off Before 7 p.m.
Senior Citizens 10% Off At All Times

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happened." One student
broke into tears watchng a
one-hour film on the
Holocaust which Beer
brought with him.
The three survivors re-
lated their stories in
methodical fashion. Mrs.
Slyomovics, from
Czechoslovakia, recalled
carrying her 80-pound
mother from an Au-
schwitz death march
under the cover of an Al-
lied air raid. Zablow, now
a realtor, told of being
alone and terrified in his
first concentration camp
at the age of 16, the age of
many in the audience.

Michelle Horowitz and
Jessie Stern were elected to
the board of the Harbinger
Dance Company at its re-
cent annual meeting.

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Adults $1.50
Seniors 55 & over
50' Sun.-Thurs.
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Fla. JCC Offers Outreach
Program for the Elderly

By BEN GALLOB
(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

ing that the program had
"blossomed beautifully,"
Friedman added "in one
month alone, we served over
800 older adults."
Friedman also reported
that Walt Disney World, at
a community service
awards luncheon, cited the
center for "its outstanding
community service and out-
reach to senior citizens" and
presented the center with a
$1,000 check.

Helping elderly Jewish
men and women in Orlando
nursing homes to get out
into the community, with
the help of volunteers, is one
of the newest projects in the
senior outreach programs of
the Jewish community
center of central Florida.
According to Marvin
Friedman, executive direc-
tor of the center, "Adopt A
Grandma/ Grandpa" began
when two members took two
residents of the Kinneret
senior adult apartment
complex to an Orlando
Restaurant
Twins baseball game.
(Formerly Spiro's)
Friedman reported that
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center's director of senior
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activities, together with
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.
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DSO to Open
70th Season

Good Thru Oct. 31, 1983

French conductor Charles
Dutoit will open the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra's 70th
season this weekend with
subscription concerts to-
night and Saturday.
Performances are
scheduled for 8 p.m. today
at Orchestra Hall and 8:30
p.m. Saturday at Ford Au-
ditorium. The guest soloist
will be internationally
acclaimed cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
For tickets or informa-
tion, call the auditorium
box office, 567-1400.

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