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Page 10, HERITAGE, Fi0rida Jewish News, January !1, 1980 Circus World will host 60 Winter Park High School students for a Carousel Kaleidoscope educational field trip on the psychology of clowning Fd., Jan. | 8. Other programs feature the histo of the circus and elephants, augmented by curriculum kits for classroom us (Want to live long? Be a clownr Thoughtful TM programs are a constant at Channel 24. A 13-part series tracing man's scientific and cultural evolu- tion, will start a new season Thurs.,Jan. 10at 10p.m. and run through April 3. Dr. Jacob Bronowski, sci- entist, mathematidan, phi- Iosopher, teacher, dramatist and author, mostly known on British television, traveled in 27 countries around the world to televise this series. The films include the secret archives of the Vatican and the Bahhtiari tribesmen of Persia. Object of the series is to show that man alone among the animals has not been pigeonholed by his environ- ment and was able to shape his landscape, altering it to suit his needs. Each program deals with a specific area of scientific con- cern: "Lower than the Angels" (anatomy and intellect), "'The Harvest of the seasons" (agri- culture), "The Grain in the Stone" (architedure), "The Hidden Structure (chemistry), "Music of the Spheres" (mathematics), "The Starry Messenger" (astronomy), "'The Majestic Clockwork" (physics), "The Drive for Power" (Industrial Revolution), "'The Ladder of Creation" (Theory of Evolution), "'World within World'" (atomic energy), "Knowledge of Cer- tainty" (science and humanism), "Generation upon Generation" (genetics) and "The Long Childhood" (the future). These programs might not help you make blintzes, but may help in understanding ourselves. Professor Peter Schickele has been giving humorous concerts, featuring the "newly discovered" music of P.D.Q. Bach since 19.59. He will per- form at the Carr Auditorium with the Florida Symphony DELl TOWNE oP,=.j"w' i in the new SPRINGS PLAZA, Hwy. 434, Longwood =- Kosher, Kosher Style Dell Appetizers, & CateringSpeclalist ! JOIN US OR TAKE IT HOME! ('-| | i . Bagels Made On Premises Daily - "'J t RJr l t J Faturing Hebrew National Kosher Provisions ,w 4, - DAILY DINNER SPECIAL ] ,'.[ i i January ,2-,g I il.J.J =- Roast Brisket of Beef, Potato Latkes, _8 A,, / t i. To l|l Choice of Salad & SmallSoft Drink $1. / [lll'lI.J. i 869-5900 ===- UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIllIIIIIIIIIImIllIIIIIIIIIIHImIIIIIIIIII Land of the free. Home of the brave. A haven for over 200 alleged Nazi war criminals. Today in Amenca, over 200 alleged Nazi war criminals are walking around free. And have been for over three decades. Together, they are believed responsible for the deaths of 2 million people. Why were they allowed in? How have they avoided prosecution? And why were many recruited, protected and employed by our government? Watch ABC News Closeup tonight to find out more about this unique group of immigrants who have found refuge on our shores. Escape From Justice: Nazi War Criminals in America ABC NEWS  SPECIAL 7.d30 PM Sunday, Jan. 13 CWFTVg Orchestra on January 19. His "'gigantic spoof of baroque music" consists of such num- bers as "Schleptet in E-fiat," "Gross Concerto for Diverse Flutes, Two Trumpets and Strings" and "Concerto For Piano vs. Orchestra S.88", all "newly discovered" works of P.D.O_ Bach. Under the direction of Alfred Savia, associate con- ductor, the Florida Symphony will accompany Schickele in his own composition, "Eine Kleine Nichtmusik." Should be fun! James Tocco, international pianist, will perform at the Carr Auditorium on January 17 and 18, including in his concert Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 2 and Russian and Ludmilla, as well as Stravinsky's Petrouchka with the Florida Symphony con- ducted by Parle Despalj. Son of immigrant parents, Tocco, out of thirteen chil- dren, was the only one to follow a musical career. Born in Detroit, he won musical scholarships in Salzburg, studied in Paris, toured Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the U.S., played with the Chicago Symphony, the JAMES TOCCO Februar Art, at 133 ir show an glass those to be million Glass in Corning i than lO0 works blown namels While" kin and Atlanta Symphony and the and Calgary Philharmonic. For tickets, contact 841-1280 or Laurelton local ticket outlets. of the One of the community serv- the exhibit 4 ices offered by the Orange County Public Schools is the Choral Art Society, founded by opportL before Dr. George McLoughlin. while." Membership is extended to all Don't singers who enjoy sedous and music and have had some George experience in school or the community choral groups. 22 in "3"ha They meet Monday evenings from September through March, presenting programs throuqh late March. Call eall Adult Education at 422-8151 with an for further information, in During January and Zionist Named On British LONDON (JTA) -- Sir associateOfl Marcus Sieff, the Anglo- and Jewish leader, was made a member of the House of Lords as a in the New Year Honors List, with the published last week. Forces. Sir Marcus, who is chair- A man of the Marks and Spencer An retail empire, is expected to assume the title of Lord Sieff, make Ma which was held by his late major father, Israel Sieff. goods in Born in 1913, Marcus Sieff been an has always closely identified the Arab himself with Zionism and into the Israel. 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