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Page 6. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. July 4. 1980 After 11 Years His 'Job is Done' l00nneret Admini bwYeGmlO nna YOwU would give some time each Week until could be found to fill the position." After 1 ] "To George N. . anks for many someone was finally hired and now my years of devoted service ... Kinneret Tenants The "someone': Weiman referred to is Association, 1980." This is what the plaque read. It Ross, a young man from Rockville, Md., with was presented to George Weiman on Sun., June 29, during a special ceremony in the Kinneret I social hall, to honor him for 11 years of service as administrator of the Kinneret Apartments. The hall was filled, overflowing with residents and friends. Musicians were playing the "good 'ole tunes" and tables were set at the side with refreshments. Fannie Weiman sat on the platform at her husband's side, a place she has maintained for more than 60 years. President of the Kinneret Tenants Association, Louis Kroll, made the presentation of the plaque as a tribute to this "vital, capable and energetic man, who despite his 87 years, is as sharp and witty as anyone fifty years his junior." This wit was apparent as George Weiman told the audience how his job of "overseeing" Kinneret first came about. According to Weiman, "Bob Weinreich asked if l impressive background in administrat management of senior housing. Ross will his new role as administrator when he and his Rachel, return from their honeymoon. They married on June 8. Speaking of marriage, one of the thinc Weiman is most proud of in his I ] is the fact that there have been five marriac that time. This indicates to him that his goal when taking on the job as "guardian Kinnerets," to establish "a comfortable, home for elderly people, one where they will suffer from loneliness," has been achieved. Looking around at the beaming faces in audience, feeling the warmth of the atmosphere at Kinneret, it becomes very clear the plaque is just a gesture ... the residents this wonderful environment, are the real tribute! INTERNATIONAL CAMERA 460 E. Hwy. 4360 Casselberry 831-9880 WEEKDAYS: 9:30-6 SAT.: 9:30-4 "ALL THINGS PHOTOGRAPHIC" SALES * SERVICE * RENTAL Darkroom Supplies Movie & Projection Equipment Professional & Amateur Accessories Telescopes Specialists for LEITZ, ZEISS optics and binoculars, HASSELBLAD CONTAX RTS, and alJ other major brands from Crepes # ,o i (nishes They say that education is dead. That our children are not learning anything. Some say that our children, unlike children of foreign countries are not bi-lingual. That's not true. Although 1 must admit that mine are not too familiar with English, they are fluent in two languages: "teenagese" and "1 don't know." Israel Radio Shortwave to North America News & Features in English, direct from Jerusalem! From May 4 to September 6, ]980 Shortwave Channels 25.640, 17.61 2, 15.605 MHz 21.675 MHz 21.675, 17.815, 11.610 MHz 21.710, 21.675, 15.582, 11.637, 9.815MHz 15.582 MHz 21.710, 15.582, 11.637 MHz 15.582, 11.637, 9.815 MHz 11.637 MHz 15.582, 15.105, 11.637 MHz Eastem Daylight Time Inguage 8:00- 8:30 a.m. English 8:30- 9:00 a.m. French 11:30 a.m.-12:25 p.m. Persian 4:00- 4:30 p.m. English 4:30- 4:55 p.m. French 6:00- 6:30 p.m. French 6:30- 7:00 p.m. English 7:00- 7:25 p.m. Yiddish 7:30- 7:55 p.m. Spanish 8:00- 8:30 p.m English 8:30 - 9:00 p.m. Hebrew 9:.00- 9:25 p.m. English 1 00- 10:25 p,m. English 10:30- 10:55 p.m. Spanish 1:00- 1:15 a.m. English 1:15 - 1:30 a.m. French Hebrew Home Service Relay "Reshet Bet" From May 4 to September 6 1980 Shortwave Channels 17.630, 15.200 MHz. Also, 17.875 MHz. 17.630, 15.200 MHz. Also, 17.875 MHz. 17.630 MHz. Also, 25.605, 15.585 MHz. 17.630 MHz. ! 7.630 MHz. Also, 21.760, 15.585 MHz. 17.630, 1 } .655 MHz. Also, 21.760, 15.585 MHz. 17.630, 11.655 MHz. Also, 21.760 MHz. Eastem Daylight Time Days Midnight - 1:00 a.m. Sun.-Fri. 1:00 - 2:10 a.m. Daily 2:15- 9:55 a.m. Daily 9:55 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Daily 2:00- 3:55 p.m. Daily 4:00 - 5:55 p.m. Daily 5:55- 7:10 p.m. Daily Best channels for Eastern North America are in bold type. You may receive regular copies of this quarterly Israel Radio program schedule by sending a supply of self-addressed envelopes, with the desired languages written on the face of each envelope, to: Israel Radio Box 204 Cheltenham, PA 19012 USA Your comments on Our programs and the quality of reception are useful in helping Israel Radio serve you. Shalom, and pleasant listening! with Ellie Geier , My youngest came home the other day, full of excitement. "Guess what. r' he bubbled. "Matt put a frog in Mrs. Niles' desk drawer. You should have seen her jump. It was really bad." Thinking that Jeff had finally learned the difference between right and wrong and the wisdom of law and order. I agreed with him. "Yes, dear, that really was bad. Mrs. Niles could have had a heart attack, or she could have cracked her head on the blackboard when she jumped back. The frog could have gotten loose and started a panic, l'm glad you know that it was wrong." His look could have shriveled grapes into raisins. You see, "bad," in teenagese, means good. Super. Terrific. Another strike for mother- hood. Two more and rm out. "Far out" does not mean a distance in the country, but, once again, super and terrific. 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