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Pap 12. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. November 2. 1979 TOP HAT TALES November 2 ns opening night of "Kismet" at the Central Florida Civic Theatre. Robert Wright and George Forrest&apos;s musical, with Alexander Borodin themes bring Arabian nights to life. It's the romantic tale of a handsome and poetic beggar in legendary Baghdad featur. ing such tunes as "Stranger in Paradise,' .... ]'his I My Beloved," and "Baubles, Bangles and Beads." It will run to November 17th. Florida Symphony Orches- tra's 30th season had its debut on Thurs., Nov. I with a perfor mance by Metropolitan Opera soprano, Marisa Galvany, accompanied by the orchestra, the Gainesville Civic in the role of Queen Elizabeth Chorus augmentd by opposite Beverly Sills in Maria members of the University of Stuarda. FloridaChorusattheBobCarr The Gainesville Civic Auditorium. Chorus was founded in 1976, -Miss Galvany sings the growing artistically and beautiful arias "AI dolce numerically, now 75 voices. guidami"and"Coppiainiqua" John Grigsby is the newly from Ann.a Bolena by appointed director of the Donizetti and the Sleepwalk- chorus. ing Scene from Macbeth by * * * Verdi. She will also perform Pine Castle Center of the Prokofiev's Alexander Nevsky. Artswill present Pioneer Days The orchestra itself will play November 3-4. A showcase of Don Juan by Richard Strauss. cultural heritage including folk Miss Galvany is one of the craft demonstrations, down few American opera and home music, street dancing, concert artists to emerge children's activities and all-day totally in her own country entertainment for the entire without first being directed family. abroad. Her debut with the A festival of the commu- New City Opera in 1972 was nity's past will feature 1 15 Lyman Ave:, Winter Park Just off Park Ave. diagonal from City Hall Fine Italian & International Cuisine Specializing in Seafood and Veal Open 7 Days a Week 5:00 p,m.-Ciosing Floor Shows Friday and Saturday Evenings Featuring EMIL ANKER Internationally Acclaimed Violinist Reservations Suggested 647-9111 I I I - t ymrblmeh eggs for the kids. t'-ml[--.-'- But best of all, you can satisfy your .'q"' whole family s appetite without spoiling __'qit" dl"l' your own. Because Marriott s Sunday /  .ff,' 'q.Fl Brunch is only $5.95 for grownups. And  i F 30* per year of age up to 10. At our /,,,Jf"'*"7 Marmalade ee Restaurant every / ,ir  d: "" Sunday, 11:30 am-2:30 pm. 1,' ] r Onando "-- .00arriott |IIIIL. 6700 Sand Lake Road. Orlando, FL 32809 they do it fight.* Oos) s-240 1 n ............. i ii ii   ii ! ii':!i!iii ORLANDO NAVAL TRAINING CENTER Commanding Officer CapL David daughter Sisi are surrounded by a gaggle of Ringling Bros. and Barnum World clowns as he proclaimed SaL, OcL 27, Circus World this special salute day, more than 5,000 active members of Florida's park with their dependents. Tickets were distributed free through u$O military bases throughout Florida. ! historical exhibits with the Walt Disney World Village. ni! present's interesting activities It is advisable to pick up g as well. Children are admitted tickets in advance at The short free, $1.00 for adults includes participating Sears stores or asa Saturday and Sunday. Walt Disney World, or Lake stay might * * * Buena Vista Village for the Orlando's The Florida Symphony special price of $7.95. sophistication, Youth Orchestra, conducted Otherwise, entrance fee is $9. ability of local by Charles Gottschalk, pre- sented its first concert of the The hotels are offering season on Sun., Oct. 28 at "Accommodation Rates": face "reality" did Winter Park High School audi- Dutch Inn Resort Hotel, $45 torium. It was an impressive per room; Hotel Royal Plaza, Line' evening, featuring violinists $46; Howard Johnson's, $49; believe have been as s Carolyn Wann, Linda Im, and TraveLodge Tower, $47. Robert Mills, playing Concerto Shuttle buses are available at was, the for Three Violins by VivaldL these hotels to the Walt Disney enjoy it. Carolyn Wann is concert- World ticket center. Aren't you master of the Youth glad you asked? Blanton Orchestra; she's a junior at triumph, Lakeland Senior High and has music studied violin for nine years Fifth annual Golden Age appropriate. with Witold Kosmata in Olympics will be held in Childs and Tampa, and has performed in Sanford the week of they are concerts and recitals in the November S-10. Those 55 and Central Florida area. Linda Im, older are invited to enter the with a lax associate concertmaster, is a 30 events' which include was in the senior at Forest Lake bicycle races, golf, tennis, actually is Academy. Robert Mills, assis- billiards, dancing, swimming the "plot' tant concertmaster, is a 17- and even pinochle. Medals attorney, year-old senior at Colonial awarded will be Gold for First admits High where he is president of Place; Silver, Second Place; money, not the Student Council. These and Bronze, Third Place. guilt of are young musicians to watch. Sponsored by the Greater The lyriCS Sanford Chamber of narrate the "Young At Heart" days at Commerce and the City of Walt Disney World begin Sanford, with medals provided "When November 3-12. Admission by McDonalds: To receive price of $7.95 for those 55 and entry forms contact the include all over entitle those purchasing Sanford Chamber of dynamic tickets in advance to a full Commerce,4OOE. First Street M. day's outing in the Magic or 305-322-2212 and mailing beautiful Kingdom's adventures and address: P.O. Drawer CC, reveals he attractions (except Shootin" Sanford, Florida 32771. Entry sheds his Gallery and Discovery Island), fees are 50 cents -- $1.00 per Donald L. plus unlimited use of the event. Roxie motor coaches, ferryboats "Mister and monorails including * * * with transportation to and from the Next play to be presented at "Class," CIRCUS SENIORS Plan now for the time of your life Enjoy all the thrills and fun -- plus BIG SAVINGS during SENIOR SEASON AT CIRCUS WORLD. SEPT ]2th - Dec. ]Sth. Save $235 from reg. admission for individual seniors Groups. 20 or more sae even more. Clubs and organizations are urged to write for free Senior Ringmaster Cards for members Save on senior admissions during Senior Season and all year long [)urln9 Senior Season (;'I "V<)tJr Sel11()r ilglnLsh_'r Cd, r(.l c'lt the' ,IL'. nr+d register FREE t,> win one, ,f th,,, S Clrcus W>rld Mini Vacations * ()r send name' adde & phone t Group Sale' Dept [') ()() Orlan& Florida32()l Forinf,lu,m,uall 305/422 ()043 >r g13/424 2421 "' " On US 27 at ] 4 l0 Minutes West of Walt Disney World i the Central Florida Civic the jail Theatre will be Kismeton Nov. 2. You are reminded again Velma because following Kismet will This be William Inge's Bus Stop, our not until January 11. the painting light Called a "musical vaude- ville," the play "Chicago" was It's presented Sunday night at the entertaining" Carr Auditorium and after Davids! 3 GENERA TIONS OF FOOD EXPERIENCE Breakfast Served DaY with Specials from 6 All You Can Eat Wednesdays Fndays -- HOURS: 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily Fd. & Sat. to 3 a.m. Sunday to ! I p.m.