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A VARIETY OF ACTIVITIES ARE SCHEDULED FOR THE NINTH ANNUAL TOLERANCE WEEK HERE IN SIOUX CITY.

ORGANIZER LOU ANN LINDBLADE SAYS THE FREE PUBLIC EVENTS START AT 6PM MONDAY:


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BORN IN 1911, GRUBER, AT AGE 20 BECAME THE YOUNGEST P-H-D IN THE WORLD AND AT AGE 24 BECAME AN INTERNATIONAL PHOTOJOURNALIST AND FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT, ESCORTING HOLOCAUST REFUGEES TO AMERICA IN 1944.

TUESDAY, THE SIOUX CITY PUBLIC MUSEUM WILL HOST A RECEPTION AT 6;30PM FOR A POSTER EXHIBIT ON THE RESCUE OF DANISH JEWS IN 1943 FROM NAZI OCCUPATION.

THEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7;30 IN THE ORPHEUM THEATER, SIOUX CITY SYMPHONY CONDUCTOR RYAN HASKINS WILL PRESENT A MUSICAL AND AUDIO VISUAL PROGRAM CALLED “RISE”:


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HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR PHILIP GANS RETURNS TO SIOUX CITY FOR THAT EVENT.

GANS WILL ALSO SPEAK TO STUDENTS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK AT PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN SIOUX CITY AND OTHER AREA TOWNS.

EVENTS SPONSORED BY THE KATHY AND JERRY WEINER FOUNDATION CONCLUDE AT 6PM THURSDAY AT THE SIOUX CITY CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC WITH A PROGRAM ON THE NAZI BOOK BURNINGS OF 1933.

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