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June 03, 1988 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-03

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Continued from preceding page

of Montreal. Among the
former, besides the cafeterias
and snack bars at various
YMHA branches, are the Deli
Peking (Chinese cuisine) at
Decarie Square, El Morocco
(Moroccan) at 3450 Drum-
mond and BBQ McDavid at
5611 Cote des Neiges. In the
kosher-style category are
places like the Brown Derby,
at the Van Horne Shopping
Center in suburban Cotes St.
Luc, where the philsophes
gather each morning to con-
sider breakfast and the
world's woes.
More serious are the
breakfast discussions at Ruby
Foos Motor Hotel on Decarrie
— where the business con-
ducted rivals that at the stock
exchange. Regulars move
back and forth among the
tables making million-dollar
deals on clothing and real
estate.
Another kosher-style land-
mark is Ben's downtown.
Walls covered with celebrity
photos, open 24 hours a day
for blintzes or burgers or
smoked meat sandwiches, it
seems the place for Mon-
trealers of all ethnic persua-
sions to end up after a night
at the disco or elsewhere on
the town.
For those who seek more
elevating or illuminating ac-
tivities, there is the
Holocaust memorial at the
AJCS building — composed
entirely of items contributed
from the Montreal Jewish
community: pictures, letters,
scraps of clothing and
documents. The three-part
display focuses on Jewish life
in pre-Nazi Europe, the
massacre of a generation of
Jewish children and Cana-
dian reaction to the
Holocaust. The memorial
itself is a stone-lined room
carved with the names of the
death camps and all the
devastated communities that
fed them.
On the brighter side, AJCS
headquarters also houses the
main branch of the city's
Jewish library — with 75 per-
cent of its volumes, on Jewish
subjects. And there are story-
telling sessions for kids, a
feature visiting families
might find useful. AJCS can
also provide information
about the "Sephardic Se-
maine" each summer, a week
of music, dance, theater and
gustatory treats by and for
the city's sizeable Sephardic
population. Call
514-735-3541.
Across Cote St. Catharine
Road is the Saidye Bronfman
Center with its popular art
gallery and famous Yiddish
theater that regularly per-
forms there when not touring
the rest of Canada, the

United States and Israel. The
theater was founded by
Russian-born actress and
director Dora Wasserman,
who has a close relationship
with Isaac Bashevis Singer.
Her group has performed
such traditional and contem-
porary classics as "A Shtetl
Wedding," "A Bintel Brief,"
"The Jazz Singer," "Fiddler
on the Roof" and "The
Rothschilds." New produc-
tions are generally mounted
each November and June.
Call 514-739-2301.
And while you're there,
maybe you could bring me
back some muffins from the
Snowdon Y. CI

David M. Alpern is a senior editor
at Newsweek Magazine and
co-host of "Newsweek On Air"
radio broadcast.

Tours To Mark
Anniversary

New York — 1992 will mark
the 500th anniversary of the
welcoming of the Jews who
fled the Inquisition, by
Suleyman the Magnificent,
Sultan of Turkey. In anticipa-
tion of this anniversary,
Sephardic House, a non-profit
organization dedicated to
fostering Sephardic history
and culture, has sponsored
Jewish Heritage Tours to
Turkey and the Greek
Islands.
For information and reser-
vations, contact Gladys S.
Benbasat, (212) 873-0300.

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Arab Students
Go To Brandeis

Waltham, Mass. (JTA) — Six
human services professionals
representing Jordan, Egypt,
the West Bank and Gaza have
been accepted to participate
in the 11-year-old Middle
East Fellowship Program at
Brandeis University, leading
to a master's degree in the
management of human
services.
They will be joined by two
Israeli students who will also
participate in the program.
The students are expected to
arrive at the campus in early
June.

Vandalism Scars
Synagogues

Miami (JTA) — Two recent
vandalism attacks on
synagogues in the Miami
area have increased the
number of such anti-Semitic
attacks in Florida for the first
four months of this year to 37.
That number represents a
100 percent increase.

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