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May 18, 1979

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Service Awards Temple Israel Presents 1st Annual 'Mr. and Mrs.' Sandy Oser and Roy Katz, Celia Stillman, and Scheinberg received the Frank Stein, Temple Israel's award of "Mr. and Mrs. Temple first president. Israel" for their merit and dedication to the synagogue The Hamatmid Award, at Temple Israel's first annual given monthly to students in merit award night held April each religious school class for 28. achievement in school work Also receiving merit awards and studies, was presented to were Tillie Perman, Lucille Elizabeth Frietag, Michael Segool, Irving Berger, Bernard Rothman, Les Goldberg and Sonnenfeld, Richard Zimmer- Steven Schilowitz for the man, Stuart and Joann Farb, month of Adar, and Jack David Goldhar, Dr. Harold Adler, Shelley Esko, Kim Greenberg, Dr. Harry Rein, Green, Brian Katz, Dara Toll Dick Katz, Jes Baru, William and Andrea Tresser for the Estroff, Elaine Farb, Louis month of Nissan. Beth Am Meet For Softball Crown clinched the of the League in Lhe game by in regular last week. season and will meet Beth Am for the supremacy of this year's softball crown at a noon match at the JCC diamonds. With the win last week, Beth Am kept its second half record intact, and even if they should lose their final game against AZA, they would take the second half crown by virtue of earlier wins against JCC and Temple Israel. Glen Klausman hit and pitched Beth Am to their win over the short-handed Liberal squad. Mark Lubek, Scott Gold, Barry Goodman and Chuck Gordon also starred for the winners, while Don and Gary Sabin kept Liberal in the game until the end. In other action last week, Temple Israel shut out Ohev, 1.0, and GORFTY won its first of the season as AZA .- o forfeited. LEAGUE STANDING ..... . Won Lost Pct. =J "" ', Beth Am 5 0 " 1.000 :. - "  .: . JCC 4 ] .800 .......... Temple ;': " J ' Israel 4 1 .800 Temple Israel's "Rozwaski Raider's" first Liberal 2 4 .333 in many that brought victory to GORFTY 1 4 200 Shalom's team, last Sunday. AZA l 4 .200 HERITAGE photo by Barbara Coenson-Roth Ohev 1 4 200 to Give 'Gluckman" Lecture JCC in Maitland. Guest speaker will be Dr. of the final Douglas C. Smyth, assistant Memo. professor of political science be presented at the Univ. of Central Florida. Known for his articles 8 P.r., at the published about Third World -rhetoric, Smyth earned his Ph.D. degree in developing nations from Syracuse University. The lecture is free and open to the public. 339 98 14 Fine Custom Draperies And Other Window Treatments e Soc0000ce ISRAELI IMPORTS AND IUDAICA :an lind any ol mir JEWELRY... tl *ur UNIQUE GIFTS else, where,... BUY IT!!! You won't be able to find a better value anywhere! 14k gold diamond dinner rings, Roman glass jewelry, and Hallelujah records. Mail Local Hospital Delivery Gift Registry ay _ Friday 10-5; Thursday til 8 p.m.; Sunday 11-4 Lks Center Bldg. #1 NIRA STEIN Block North of 436) 32707 {305) 830-1948 HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, May 18, 1979 Parle 3 "WATER PRESERVATION" was the topic o[ the JCC Boy Scout Troop 641 's booth at the Boy Scout Wekiva section exhibition held at the Altamonte Mall last Sunday. Shown above (l to r) scout master Bob Spector, Mark Wolman, Brian Sigai and Allan Stern. HERITAGE pho by B-Ira CoensoRoth Israeli-Egyptian Art Displayed At Local State Office Bu00d00rag Aimed at making Florida a center for the cultural arts, Secretary of State George Firestone will open a display of Israeli and Egyptian art May 21 at the State Office Building in down- town Orlando. The exhibit, "Harbinger of Peace," will remain on display for public viewing, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily for the next two months. Joanne Richart, Firestone's regional program coordinator, said the exhibit is the second planned for the local state building. Currently being shown are the paintings of Jeanette Genius and Hugh F. McKean, the past president of Rollins College. "Harbinger of Peace," to be viewed by local, state and federal officials at an invitational preview on May 20, includes a selection of tapestries by Egyptian children, aged six to | 2, and paintings '= by some of Israelrs outstanding artists. Richart said other exhibits, "especially those from our GEORGE FIRESTONE and consular corps of Barbados, Columbia, Costa Rica and Panama, JOANNE RICHART will follow the exhibit." BuMines Save on men's suits, shorts, shirts and swimwear. Our Men's May Sale has incredible buys on famous name designer suits and sportscoats, slacks, 3 piece suit separates, shorts, shirts and swimwear. Here is just a sample of things to come. Our 3 piece suit by a very famous name men's designer comes in solids, stripes and plaids. Sleek and classy with center vent and flap pockets, Polyester and wool. Best of all you save $50. Reg. $200 Sale 149.99