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Page 12, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 18. 1980 AZA Boys Prepare for Annual Spaghetti Dinner A.Z.A. has announced a May 25th date for its annual family Spaghetti Dinner, the youth organization's major fund-raising event of the year, to be held at Temple Israel• Adeph Godol (President) David Schwartz said this year's event will again feature stellar entertainment, climaxed by the famous AZA "Time Raffle.': The raffle involves the buying of each second of a 24-hour day at a cost of one penny a second. Six clocks, each with a pre-set, but secret• time of the day down to the second are unveiled at the dinner, with the holders of the six winning times awarded a host of prizes ranging from gift certificates, wines and cheeses, gift dinners and the like, donated by various merchants and restaurants in the area. Schwartz said this year's prize list will again total more than $500 in value. In past years, according to Schwartz. upwards of 300 attended the Spaghetti Dinner, which also includes breads and drinks. "all you can eat," as well as the entertain- ment and conviviality that takes place. The spaghetti, he said, is "made from an old handed-down recipe. .• A.Z.A., the B'nai B'rith young men's organization, uses the profits from the affair to carry on its leadership train- ing for its 40-some members, as well as make contributions back to worthwhile causes in the community. Tickets to the event are available by calling Schwartz at 645-0227 or any ol the other A.Z.A. members. Cost is $3.50 for adults, $2 for children under 12, or $17.50 for a family of five or under. Pitseleh There were 300.000 American Jewish tourists who visited lsrael in 1979. a 2 percent increase out of a total of I. 138.000 from the U.S. 68 Years Ago He Gave a Gift Great, Great Granddaughter Born in Hadassah Hospital Jerusalem... sixty-eight years ago, Nathan Straus, and his wife Lina. who were noted philanthropists, gave Henrietta Szold the seed money for what became the Hadassah Medical Organiza- tion. Recently their great- great-granddaughter was born at the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem in a medical complex that started with two American public health nurses who pioneered a mother-and- child health station in the Holy City. Several years ago, Andrea Straus, great granddaughter of Nathan and Lina, immigrated to Israel where she met and married Amir Shaviv, an Israeli television journalist. Nathan Straus maintained a soup kitchen for the poor of Jerusalem. When %_ Henrietta Szold in !912 wanted to enlarge Hadas- sah's activities from a Zionist study circle to an organiza- tion with a practical program as well, Nathan said, "once, long ago, I suffered the pangs of hunger. I was starving. I had no money for a single meal for a few days and I have never forgotten the sensation. In so far as it lies within my power, no man that crosses my path shall go hungry." When the Straus' heard about Miss Szold's plans for Hadassah to send nurses to Jerusalem, they came to visit her, climbing the three flights of stairs to her modest apartment in New York City. "Why don't you start work?" they asked her. She then admitted that she had only $273 in the treasury. They at once provided-the funds to send the nurses to ANDREA STRAUS SHAVIV and dau( the Holy Land. Since then The nurses arrived early in invested 1913, and so began a network c Hadassah's medical work. In services ]929, the monumental the HadaS Nathan and Lina Straus University Hadassah Health Center for with its two All Races and Creeds was at Ein formally dedicated in Jerusalem Jerusalem. Scopus 3102 Ala Ave, (htnd M(Dold'l). lter Pk Open . Closed The Southern Ballet Theatre will complete its first season on April 25and 26 with the premiere of two new works at the Bob Carr Auditorium. LUNCHEON SPECIAL Mon.-Sat. • from $1.50 with free soup , Every couple for dinner will get 1 2 FREE EGG ROLLS and 2 FOR1 BEER! ! i Good 'tit April 4 WITH THISA22N_LL_  Come to NAM ON for the best Chinese cuisine and the most reasonable prices. CANTONESE & HONG tO'N(3 STYLE "Fionula," by Barbara Riggins, was created under the auspices of a Fine Arts Council Fellowship and will feature an original score by Nelson Carroll Huber. Huber is best known locally as the music director for dozens of productions at the Edyth Bush Theatre. He has also served as the chorus master for the state opera of Vienna and as assistant conductor for the English National Opera. The work, based on Irish legend, utilizes a 26-member orchestra and four voices, under the direction of Dick Orr, and is the first full length story ballet with original score to be produced in this country in more than 60 years. The second work on the program will be Kip Watson's "An American Family/' This was produced as part of a National Endowment Fellow- ship and tells the story of an immigrant family's rise to prominence at the turn of the century. The piece features taped accompaniment by jazz artist Keith Jarrett• For ticket information, call 339-9632. m • O•O•••••••••OQ•W4W••g••••••••• m 4s ioel41Q QoQeeQieQ i i eseeQ • ooooeee0e w -- •,eli*J•• el • Q eoo9 IowlollOOo o oe. . .... :..*..:.:'" ....: ..... e I' "' ? ......... ? ........ : ? : ?'?'°"mOr , Qloo • "----"" VIDEO CASSETTE ""--'-' "" ::i-! 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