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Page 12, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish Hews, M_ay. 9, 19_80 - I: From John Hershey's Novel 'The Wall' Sj ! Saw It bz HJERITAGE ...... " " " " to Air on CBS li Tragedms in Pohsh Ghetto " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " i;2";] "nnl;,,, , 0 Luf, centro, ro,e Oo,ek Z12 " "2 " ' ;2 (Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.) The epic film production is a theatrical movie from the column that JOHN HERSHEY'S novel i int venture of Time-Life book about the persecution herself with "The Wall" ublished b" Television and the Polish and grafdu:y intensified weddings and , p, y , . , ._. ^ ___ r ....... Poltex with Davld Susskind as po'cy o e rmination of while stu il Alf,u r. fu,up, .v ya, agu, ' ..... will now reach the screen in a executive ann harry . Polishdewswhofinallytookan Hollywood. I motion picture adaptation by Sherman as the producer, heroic stand against the might ambitious Millard Lampell, who wrote the Planned as a th.ree-hour TV of the Nazi army during the when she mid-1950s Broadway version special, me plcture corn- ghetto uprising of Passover local stage with George C. Scott in the mences photography on 1943, a rebellion that at the Greasy location at actual sites in triggered resistance every- 4 CHINESE from $1.50 with free soup , r q I Every couple for dinner will get i 2 FREE EGG ROLLS and 2 FOR 1 BEER! I Goo wTH T.S AO ----- .O NY -- -- -- ; I Come to HAM ON for the best Chinese cuisine and the most reasonable pdces. CANTONESE & HONG KONG STYLE Ta/se-Out Orders Welcome Phone: G28-0970 1881 W. FAIRBANKS AVE. Open Daily-11-11 WINTER PARK, FL 32789 Sunday--4:30-11 Poland and in Warsaw studios, where and spearheaded the revival of with Robert L. Markowitz (who GEORGE C, Sco'n'starred defeat of Hitler. When Selznick Strasberg's made his bow as a director . in Broadway uersion in announced the contemplated with "Voices") at the helm. 1950's, picture, the Cold War was on, "Foxes," The book, by non-Jew our sentiments about the David Hershey, which covers the dwelling. Thus. Hershey Germans had changed and Express") period from November 1939 creates an identification of Russia had become a fromanonc to May 1943, was the first each and every character with formidable enemy. Selznick comprehensive account of the the reader and, hopefully, with was allegedly advised by the sufferings of tragedy behind the ghetto the television viewer, who is State Department to shelve confused walls of the Polish capital. The given a first-person insight in the project, portrayes a author tells the story within the the immense tragedy on the "The Wall" is scheduled for obsessed framework of a "fictional" sideline of World War II, a airing by CBS late this fall. confesses to diary, the Noach Levinson tragedy no one seemed to her late 20s Archives, buried in iron boxes comprehend until it was too *** at one time and parcels, wrapped in rags late. MARILYN KAGAN, who co- as a social and old clothes, and stored in We are told that the late stars with Jodie Foster as one disturbed the ruins of a bombed-out David O. Selznick, in the of the teenagers in the motion their families. illmlllllt P! |lllllfllllllllflllllllllfllmlllflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'--i A new musical presence will Joining the 16-mem ber University of Michigan Men's .'qlllllHIIIIIIl| take to the stage in Orlando as Chamber Players will be Glee Club in concert May 9 at i '" _ t Din ! the Florida Symphony harpsichordestNovieGreen. 8 p.m. second oldest glee club inin the college's new i Orchestra announces the first The concert is free and Performing Arts Center at the NOw you c8n enjoy ... appearance of the Florida open to all. east campus. Organized in 1859, the Glee Club is the , ,J " Symphony Chamber Players, Chamber music will again wOmple e ners i a specialized performing unit America. Since its founding, )11 ith a Tam OfThethe largernewlyformedOrchestra, group becommunityCenter, s,,Mother, sheard at the Jewish the club has won not only ,I fl,, )l,i ! ' composed entirely of regular Day Music Lovers Concert" national but international Roast Chicken members of the Florida with performers Novie Green recognition and is often called and the Green Consort the finest male chorus in the ,,I Stuffed Cabbage  Symphony, will be heard in its consisting of Florida world. Tickets are available at i jj i inauguaral cOncert n Sun'' Symphony members Cather- Streep's Music Center for ' |{11 Beef Stew 1 May 11, 3 p.m. at the Loch ine Savia, Elizabeth Titus and $2.50. ' I\\;X Turkey | Haven Art Center, made Robert Kennon. This concert ... and more! possible by a gift from Harold will be held at the Center at 8 Auditions for Valencia , and Esther Mertz. p.m. A donation of $2.50 will Community College band = . .  The Chamber Players, be accepted at the door. scholarships will be held for i  II Served dehclously hot i under the directin f the high school seniors and Florida Symphony's associate Grapefruit Production college students on May 15,  every evening from ... --= conductor, Alfred Savia, will Touring Repertory Theatrewill beginning at 3 p.m. in the -- and now we are serving ! perform in a varied program present "Jabberwocky," a band room at the college's .... ranging from the baroque to ' | I C E C R E A M -= 20th = ___= l= DELl TOWNE. ,' i t rin S ialist /'Kosher, Kosher Ilylo Doll, Appetizers & Ca e g po WBHH1 century works, Bach, Corelli, Mozart, Turina and Britten. Since 1975 KOSHER and KOSHER STYLE Dehcatessen - Restaurant Caterers Prices Sublect to change g SERVED 11:30 TO 7:00 DAILY Fer yeur kids [10 & under] Kosher hot dog, potato chips & small drink (Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Teem, Dr. Pepper) -- end a surprise from MYRON/ DON'T DELAY/TRY IT TODAY/ 'UlNIEH SIIPJd. %." CHARGE CARDS ACCEPTED OPEN 8 AM.-7 PM CLOSED SUNDAY LIVE OAKS CENTER, CASSELBERRY 831"3433 One Block N. of 436 on Hwy. 17-92 0l-01$2 magical fairy tale for the you ng and young at heart. The play, written by Thomas Casey, adapted from Lewis Carroll's poem "Jabberwocky," will open May 16, 8 p.m., at the Altamonte Civic Center. Performances will also be held May 17 at 8 p.m.andMay 18at 2p.m. Tickets will be available at the door for $2.50 for children 12-years-old and under, $2.50 for senior citizens and $3 for general tickets. The Repertory Theatre will open at Theatre on Park May I 0 at 3 p.m. with "Pied Piper of Hamelin." "Jabberwocky" will be presented May 24 and "The Carnival of the Animals" on May 31. Tickets will be available at the door for $3. Valencia Community College will sponsor the west campus. The college has $6,000 to be awarded to deserving musicians who play well and need financial aid in order to attend college for the 1980-81 academic year. Interested band students should call the music department at Valencia Community College. Craftsmen from throughout Florida and surrounding states will exhibit their work in competition for $600 in prize money at the 10th annual Craft Show at the Winter Park Mall, Friday through Sunday, May 23-25. The indoor show will be open to the public from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 12:30-5:30 p.m. on Sunday. ELEBR DELLY Any artists entering the should Park Mall Association at A involving States will Orlafido Stars Hall of song is hundreds the nati colleges. The corn for concert marching Carr Tangerine groups will Tupperware The Six Flags the Fame, parent orgl sponsored past 1 76,000 than 800 from 42 state Six Fla the corn The cor managed Tour team music the which choral groul the "best. national will be All judges  music evaluate standards excellence To date, applicants Florida received, schools.