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Page 14 The Tfumderbird Monday, November 7, 1 983 Cedar birthday party slated The anniversary of Cedar City will be marked next week with the eighth annual Iron Mission Days '83. Several community activities honoring Cedars war veterans and celebrating the citys 132nd birthday are scheduled this week, according to committee chairman Tom Challis. On Thursda' , Nov. 10, the annual Iron Mission 5 Kilometer will begin at 4 p.m. at the Iron Mission State Monument, 585 North Main. The $5 fee at the mission includes a The fee will be $6 at the race. The schedule of events for Friday, Nov. II includes: 7 a.m., Cannon salute. 8 a.m., Flag ceremony at the Veterans Memorial in the Cedar Cemetary. Noon, Sons and Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Town Meeting at the Rock Church, 75 East Center Street. Professor Fred Adams will speak on Cedar City cultural heritage, poetry contest winners will be awarded and the Honorary Host and Hostess will be presented. 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., A historical site tour covering the Chaffin Mill (East end of 200 South), First Encampment (Old Fort, 1000 North Main Fun-Ru- n fun-ru- n P o 586-833- 5 to 9 Dutch oven dinner at p.m., A the Iron Mission. Tickets are $5 for adults, $2.50 for children, available at the Mission, the Daily Spectrum offices, or from committee members Lee Fife, Inez Cooper, Morris Shirts, Brad Roghaar, Norm Forbush, Lois Lang, Sidney Hahne, Alva and Zella Matheson, Frank Petty and LaVeve Whetten. 9:30 p.m. to midnight, Cedar Citys Birthday Ball at the National Guard Armory, 1570 North Big Band under Airport road, featuring a the direction of Dennis Bacon and Winston dance will be free to the Seegmiller. The dress-upublic; refreshments will be served. no-ho- p Utah Symphony plays tonight Prints like this one by Toyokuni II of Japan will be displayed at the Braithwaite Gallery this week. Silverstein conducts this year's annual concert Eastern art sale set Marson Limited will present a special exhibition and sale of original Oriental art Wednesday, Nov. 9 and Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The show will display a collection of approximately 800 art pieces from Japan, China, Tibet, India and Thailand. The collection ranges from woodcuts, miniature paintings, manuscripts and classic Eastern works by prominent 18th- - and artists such as Hiroshige, Kuniyoshi and Kunisada to modern woodcuts, etchings, lithographs, serigraphs and mezzotints created by contemporaries such as Saito, Azechi, Mori, Katsuda and Maki. Oriental photographs taken during the 1920s and 30s will also be featured, according to June Adams, the gallerys assistant curator. Prices range from $5 to $500, depending on the artists reputation and the quality of the art piece itself. Quite a few students purchase art work at these shows, comments Adams. d Street) and Cedar Fort (1400 West Industrial Road) sites, the foundry! 100 East and 400 North) Museum and the Joseph Hunter Home-DU(Center and 100 East). Birthday committee members will give a brief history of the sites. 4 p.m., A Classic Vehicles and Veterans Parade from 400 South to the Iron Mission State Monument. Challis invites all vintage-autowners to participate. Trophies will be awarded for the oldest car, oldest truck and classiest classic. Prospective entrants should contact Wilfred Day at The Utah Symphony will make its annual Cedar City appearance tonight. The concert is scheduled for 8 p.m. at the Cedar High School Auditorium, 703 West 600 South. SUSC students with campus IDs will be admitted free of charge. Maestro Joseph Silverstein replaced Varujan Kojian as the symphony's artistic director in September of 1983. He came to Utah from the Boston Symphony Orchestra where he held the position of concert master for over 20 years and then served as assistant conductor. Tonights performance should demonstrate Silversteins proficiency in musical repertoire as well as his sensitivity to his audience. He planned it personally to accommodate the likes and dislikes of the people of Cedar City, according to CCMA director Diane Gubler. musicians will perform incidental Seventy-fivmusic from Mendelssohns Midsummer Nights Dream, Schuberts symphony no. 2 in minor, and the suite from Stravinskys 20th century ballet Firebird. This will be the best program we have has for some time, indicates Gubler. It is a marvelous opportunity for college students because tickets for such a performance will usually cost between $10 and $20. We hope they will take advantage of it. The Utah Symphony, now in its 44th season, is classed as one of the 34 major orchestras in the United States and Canada. Its 85 musicians give some 260 performances each year which consistently receive enthusiastic reviews. Martin Mayer, music critic for Esquire magazine, has rated it as one of the 10 best orchestras in the nation. e high-qualit- y Oleo auditions announced JOLLEYS RANGHWEAR Auditions for the Oleo acts, the preshow skits and musical accompaniments to the Drama Clubs annual melodrama, will take place Tuesday, Nov: 8 and Wednesday, Nov. 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the theatre building. Auditioners should bring a short, light song and any prepared comic skits Wednesday. They should be prepared for dancing Thursday, according to Troy Lunt, Oleo director. Additional information is available on the callboard in the theatre lounge. Southern Utahs Largest Selection in Western Wear Largest Selection of Jeans Lee Wrangler Mens Womens Tony Lama Durango Justin Acme Tuesday Night Special $1. child $2. adult during November for any movie. In cooperation with ASSUSC midnight show each Friday night & bring your student ID for discount. (Except holidays.) Friday night movies to be announced.