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Page 26, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 6, 1979 Kashering For Passover (continued from page 25) the knives, in order to prevent them from getting spoiled, will not Kasher them properly. If one's metal or silver knives are made of one piece, they can be Kashered for Pesach as described above. If mixers or dishwashers can be taken to pieces, one should do so and clean the pieces separately. Often, however, it is more advisable to get extra spare parts, for exclusive use on Passover. In general it is useful to remember that bends, crevices or corners which cannot be reached by ordinary cleaning methods and are therefore not subject to Kashering by boiling water -- Hagalah -- can often be Kashered by exposing them to Libun -- red heat. The best way of Kashering small utensils like cups, spoons, knives and forks is to string them loosely together or put them in a net and to plunge them into a vessel of hot, briskly boiling water. They are then quickly removed and finally rinsed in cold water. The vessels filled with boiling water into which the utensils to be Kashered are put, should either be new or themselves have been Kashered before and not have been used during the last 24 hours preceding the Kashering. The utensils to be Kashered must be completely immer- sed in the boiling water. Tables Tables have to be cleared and covered (especially where table inserts are placed). All this applies to tables with tops or ordinary wood. Tables however, which are covered by veneer, must be covered completely with a special plastic or wooden cover including the edges, after they have been thoroughly cleaned. Glassware Glassware like dishes, tumblers and wine glasses which are generally used for cold drinks are Kashered in the following manner: The vessels are placed in a large receptable filled with cold water which must cover the vessels completely. In the absence of a big enough receptacle, one can fill each individual vessel by itself and let it stay for 24 hours when one changes the water. This mode of Kashering is only possible with white glass and open vessels which can be cleaned thoroughly inside. Colored glass hides the stains, and vessels of an awkward shape do not allow of a proper cleaning from within. Such glass vessels are therefore not fit for being Kashered. The same applied to decanters used for whiskey or bottles used for beer, vinegar, methylated spirits or scent. These liquids are Hametz, which cannot be removed effectively from the vessels that contained them all the year round. They should, therefore, be removed from the home, and sold to a non- Jewish person. Ovens Microwave ovens: Regular microwave ovens, without browning elements, must be thoroughly cleaned and do not require other Kashedng procedures. Continuous cleaning ovens cannot be Kashered unless all the sides are replaceable. Self- cleaning ovens are self- Kashering, because they attain temperatures in excess of 900 degrees. Ovens must be left on for complete cleaning cycle. Electric stoves may not be turned on during Yom Tov. Electric ignition, no-pilot gas ranges, can be turned on as follows: Turn gas knob on and stop before "click" of ignition. This allows a minimum amount of gas to flow through the jet. The n , simply ignite with an already lit candle. After it is lit, adjust burner as you wish. Caution: Ovens lit in this manner are dangerous. Turn on pilotless ovens to low before the holiday and adjust heat later. The regular annual meeting of the JEWISH FEDERATION of GREATER ORLANDO will be held on SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1979 Nominations for officers and board of directors must be submitted to the Federation offices at 851N. Maitland Ave., Maitland, FL 32751, no later than April 13, 1979. Matthew N. Apter, M.D. om, v / of/00 a,d 400 W 5"tou, d., ,E 226 W "a,, 7't. 327q Ho 6 /pfo (32 8- 49 4) THE AVENUE OF THE JUST" BrrA. "Avenue Of The To Air In "Avenue of the Just," a documentary about acts of heroism by individual Christians who risked their lives to protect Jews dudng the Holocaust, will be shown on ABC-'rv network on Sunday, April 8. The program will be seen in Orlando on Channel 9 at noon. A check with Channel 10 in the Bay Area brings the information that "Directions," the series on which the special program is to appear, is not carried in the area. The program, produced by the Anti- Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, probes questions of conscience and morality during World War II, asking why some Europeans felt compelled to help, while others did nothing according to Arnold Forster, who wrote and narrated the documentary. The film, being aired three days before the start of Passover, will be presented in cooperation with the National Council of Churches of Christ, the U.S. Catholic Conference, the Southern Baptist Convention and the Jewish Theological Seminary. The title is taken from the path at Jerusalem's Yad Vashem Memorial tothe Six Million, which is lined with carob trees planted to commemorate the valor of "Righteous Christians," who are described by Forster as "human road- blocks on the avenues to death." Rev. Jacob Kalma of The Netherlands, one of the ] 0 Christians featured, points out that he no longer believes in the "goodness of man" because many more Jews could have been saved by Europeans. Rev. Kalma spent for hundreds of Jews, Shlomy, then three years shown returning to the she was hidden for Alex Roslan, German-occupied WarsaW, had no Jewish friends but, what he saw in the young Jewish brothers of the two brothers Gilat. now an Israeli debt to the Roslan family. In a rare interview, Otto father of Anne Frank, friends hid him, his family  years before all, benefactors, were Victor Kraler how they helped the other Jews. Other "Righteous featured are Eva Hermann Luckner, both Braun, a French rescued Jewish children; Fourcase, who, while resistance intelli Germaine Belline, a hid or aided Jews to assumed Christian Production United States and Israel to documentary which directed by Samuel F_.JferL Fashion Square Eyes Examined Mall 0' D Contact Lenses 894-2013 t Dr. Sanford L. Kaufman Optometrist Announces the Opening of his office for the General Practice of Optometry ORLANDO PROFESSIONAL CENTER 22 W. LAKE BEAUTY DR. ORLANDO 422-0046 BARRY S. GOODMAN., ANDREW W. GREENBERG, Family Practice of I,AK EVIEW 819 E. FIRS 323-1 All Need Nursing Care , 422-8431 Mon., Tues., Wed., 9 'til 6 Thurs., Fri., 9 'til 9 Sat., 9 'til 6 Sun. 12 'til 5 3184 E. Herndon Orlando, Fla.