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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 March 2006

TJP V60-10, 03-09-06 p20-24 3/7/06 8:11 PM Page 21 March 9,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 Ethel Minker's special birthday. Along with their multi-community activities and supportive of each other's endeavors, Richie and Carol are doing a splendid job leading Beth-El Congregation as its presi- dent and first lady Tzedakah Sunday was super! Sunday, Feb. 26 was glorious in more ways than one. Bright and early, 19 volunteers arrived at Beth Shalom in Arlington to begin making the yearly Tzed akah Sunday phone calls. Cindy Simon, Gene Posnock, Judy Snyder, David Nudleman, Arnie Gachman (Cam- paign chair), Jeanne Franklin, Linda Hoffman, Stuart Isgur, Shoshana Thoma-Isgur, Ron and Sheila Stocker, J.R. Faigin, Leslie Magee, Paddy White (director of Lil Goldman Early Learning Center), Sandy Silverman, Janet Aaronson (Beth Shalom administrator), and David Silverberg jumped right in making phone calls and doing all of the little tasks that kept the day run- ning smoothly. Of cours...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 March 2006

TJP V60-10, 03-09-06 p20-24 3/7/06 8:06 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year March 9,2006 Columnists In My Mind's I What's on the other side? Death. Not most people's favorite topic. But the idea of life afterward — ah, there's something that everyone wants to know about! Rabbi Elie Kaplan Spitz recently brought his special consideration of this eternal question to the Dallas area. He's given much thought to it, but is quick to remind his rapt audiences that he can merely guess what's on "the other side." Only those who have already crossed from this world to — wherever? — know for sure. Because they've already had that one experience we all know we'll be having ourselves, some day.... His presentations had me consid- ering my prior experiences with matters related to death, and with a few people who were dying — for example, my Aunt Polly, a very special person, much beloved by all who knew her. When she was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer, Polly asked her doct...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 March 2006

TJP V60-10, 03-09-06 p20-24 3/7/06 8:05 PM Page 23 -e March 9,2006 Recipes In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Its Adar — It s Purim Hamantaschen with Cream-Cheese Pastry I remember Purim posters at my religious school while growing up. They read, "Be happy, it's Adar." For us kids, this meant the Purim carnival, where we would wear homemade costumes, buy tickets for the carnival games where we could win prizes, watch plays, and eat circus-style junk food and hamantaschen. Guess what - it's Adar! All over town,people are gathering food gifts for friends and (traditionally) the poor. They"re buying baskets,bags, colorful plastic wrap and ribbon by the spool-full. This is all in preparation for the custom of giving food gifts for Purim. And with the date, the 14th of Adar (the 15th in Jerusalem and other walled cities) of this festive holiday nearing - this year it falls on March 13 and 14 - shalach manot baking, wrapping, organization and assembly are the rule for the next week or ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 March 2006

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p01-03 4/18/06 6:29 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, April 20,2006 22 Nisan 5766 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post Child of Survivors: a — daughter reflects on the h impact of the Holocaust UNT faculty member - named Hillel Jewish ^ Professional of the Year Complicated Medicare Part B prescription 1 il plans baffle many | 4 seniors VOLUME 60 NO. 16 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 Tel Aviv bombing wreaks havoc By Dina Kraft TEL AVIV (JTA) —Pieces of ceiling dangled at the end of electrical cords hanging over the carnage below — lifeless bodies, pools of blood, the injured shouting for help. The young Palestinian who blew himself up Monday at Mayor's Falafel, near Tel Aviv's old Central Bus Station, killed nine innocents when he detonated his metal- and nail-packed bomb. It was the second time the restau- rant has been hit in four months, and both times Islamic lihad claimed responsibility. This time, the Fatah movement's Al-Aksa Brigades also claimed responsibility. More than 40 pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p01-03 4/18/06 3:56 PM Page 2 -e n 2006 AIPAC Gala Dessert Reception featuring special guest speaker Ron Silver Actor, Activist & Advocate for Israel % Ron Silver is a prominent actor, director, producer, commentator and pro-Israel advocate. Recently appointed by President George W. Bush as a director for the United States Institute of Peace, Silver has appeared on television is such shows as The West Wing and Chicago Hope and has numerous big screen credits including Ali and Reversal of Fortune. His awards include both Tony and Drama Desk awards for his role in David Mamet's Broadway play Speed the Plow and an Emmy nomination for the television film Billionaire Boys Club. In 2000 he co-founded "One Jerusalem" to help ensure that a united Jerusalem remained the undivided capital of Israel. Please join us as we honor one of AIPAC's community leaders Scott L. Miller 2006 Recipient of the Sam Wolfson Memorial Distinguished Leadership Award Scott Miller founded ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p01-03 4/18/06 6:13 PM Page 3 -e April 20,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post DONSKY continued from page 1 relationship with Mr. D, and told the audience, "I repeat, in my own way, some of the images that have already been created...in my mind, I see him on this bimah, on this spot asking his grandchildren the question, 'So do you know what I'm going to give you?' And of course, each of the children accepted the gift. His presentation, like his presence, was short, to the point and presented with such passion." On a humorous note, Gershon said that many members of Congre- gation Shearith Israel were aware that Donsky was a sports fanatic. He was always "wired," complete with headset, to get up-to-the-minute information about his favorite teams. Gershon said that Donsky was a devoted family man, married for 48 years to his beloved wife, Frances. Together, theywere "a powerful couple," sharing in life's joys, both devoted and proud of their children, grandchil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p04-07 4/18/06 4:06 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year April 20,2006 Washington Watch Marriage amendment return With midterm congressional elections only seven months away and polls showing Congress' standing with voters at historic lows, Republican leaders on Capitol Hill are planning to reprise the gay mar- riage issue in the next few weeks. While the "Marriage Protection Amendment" is unlikely to win the two-thirds majority needed to change the Constitution when it comes up in the Senate in early June, Jewish groups on both sides believe the mea- sure, which failed to win even a simple majority in 2004, is gaining ground in a more conservative Congress. The Orthodox Union and Agudath Israel of By James America are supporting the constitutional change, arguing that Jewish law clearly opposes same-sex unions. Abba Cohen, Washington director for Agudah, said that "the fact society has consistentlyrejected same-sex marriage is praiseworthy, from the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p04-07 4/18/06 5:02 PM Page 5 -e April 20,2006 Opinion In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Child of survivors ByEdie GoldbergBlaugrund I only exist because my parents were "lucky" enough to be considered survivors of the Holocaust. What a unique "band of brothers" they belong to. The word "survivor" was probably the biggest detriment to Nazi Germany, as it was their goal at the time of World War II to eliminate the Jews from the world. But this handful of survivors,broken in body as they were, proved them wrong. And through this emaciated group of won- derment came into existence a new phrase...child of survivors! I was born in a displaced persons' camp and, at the age of three, embarked onto a journey that only brought questions to my life instead of answers. As close as I grew up to those from the concentration camps and coming to America...I have never been able to understand why...why this hap- pened to my family, my brethren, my fellow human soulmates. Growi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p04-07 4/18/06 5:25 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year April 20,2006 Dallas Doings AIPAC to honor Scott L. Miller Scott L. Miller, named 2006 recip- ient of the Sam Wolfson Memorial Distinguished Leadership Award, will be honored by The American Israel Public Affairs Com- mittee at their Dallas 2006 AIPAC Gala Dessert Recep- tion. The event will be held on Sunday, April 30,7 p.m., at The Hotel Intercontinental in Addison. Special guest will be Ron Silver, prominent actor, director, producer, commentator, activist and advocate for Israel. Recently appointed by President George W. Bush as a director for the United States Insti- tute of Peace, Silver has appeared on television in such shows as "The West Wing" and "Chicago Hope" and has numerous big-screen credits including "Ali" and "Reversal of Fortune." He Scott Miller Ron Silver has won both Tony and Drama Desk awards for his role in David Mamet's Broadway play "Speed the Plow" and an Emmy nomi- nat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p04-07 4/18/06 5:18 PM Page 7 -e April 20,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 3 Stars Cinema is a Dallas-based 501(c) nonprofit monthly forum for contemporary and classic Jewish themed films. All screenings are open to the public. A new program 'Chai Rollers'-A Bicycle Club is proving popular at the J Though they did not invent the wheel, they want to keep it turning! This exciting and fun program is for anyone who can ride a bicycle. All levels are welcome. Come join them for this fun and exciting new pro- gram. For more information visit their Web site, www.jccdallas.org or contact Jon Mize, Sports and Fitness Director, jmize@jccdallas.org or (214)239-7147. Fee is $36 per person (19+ years) or $18 per person (18 years and under). Adat Chaverim hosts mah jongg competition: Sisterhood plans second annual tournament Adat Chaverim Sisterhood invites all women in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to compete in their second annual mah jongg tournament on Sunday, April ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p08-ll 4/18/06 5:26 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year April 20,2006 UNT faculty member named Jewish Pro Sessional of the ear Dr. Richard Golden, professor of history at the University of North Texas and director of the university's Jewish studies pro- gram, has been named "Jewish Professional of the Year" in the Dallas/Fort Worth area by Regional Hillel of North Texas. Regional Hillel of North Texas is a division of the national organi- zation Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. The largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel provides opportuni- ties for Jewish students at more than 500 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identities through regional offices and Hillel chapters on their campuses. Regional Hillel of North Texas serves students who attend Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University, Texas Woman's r eco-safe of Dallas' Ask About Ask About Guaranteed Pest Control Since 1972 I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p08-ll 4/18/06 4:46 PM Page 9 April 20,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Arts & Culture Orthodox perspectives on the environment revealed in noteworthy compendium By Harriet P. Gross In just two days, the United States will mark the 36th anniver- sary of Earth Day first observed on April 22, 1970. But the Orthodox community began celebrating last Chanukah, when Canfei Nesharim unveiled its book, "Compendium of Sources in Halacha and the Envi- ronment." The organization, whose name recalls "the wings of eagles," is headquartered in New York City. There it held a free-to-the-public event on Nov. 29, showing this book for the first time. The day's topic was "Lighting the Way: A Halachic Discussion of the Modern Enviornmental Crisis." According to the organization, Canfei Nesharim "was founded by an international group of Orthodox Jews who are halachic and environmental experts and professionals, committed to edu- cating our community about this important ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p08-ll 4/18/06 4:47 PM Page 10 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year April 20,2006 From Sinai to Cyberspace: Jewish Learning Institute Course to be offered throughout the Metroplex this spring Ancient wisdom to guide a modern world A lot can change in 3,000 years. We've gone from camel backs to Cadillacs, and have entered a world of fast-paced technological advance. We've gone from a Jewish world marked by prophets and pil- grimages to a world of cyber- studies and cyber-buddies. "From Sinai To Cyberspace" is a journey spanning the ages. Elemental questions about Judaism are answered in a clear, concise format. Students learn what rules govern the interpre- tation of the Bible, the authority of the rabbis, and the ability of an ancient system of laws to evolve and adapt to the modern issues we face today. Coming on the heels of the groundbreaking courses about the Holocaust and the Jewish calendar, this latest initiative of the JLI promises to deliver a thorough...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 p08-ll 4/18/06 5:27 PM Page 11 April 20,2006 Senior In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Challah made easy Octogenarian whips up award-winning recipe every Tuesday at Shearith By Harriet P. Gross In a large meeting room at Congrega- tion Shearith Israel, Harry Furst pummels challah dough — a big bowlful. Then he cuts off a chunk, lightly dusts one end of a clean table's surface with flour, throws the dough down, slices strips almost to its tip, and begins to braid. Right piece over the top, to the left...first left piece up and over to the right...first left piece back again...next piece... A sigh goes up from the seven women watching. Slow down! The man in the chef's apron and baseball cap has to start all over.... Harry, a long-time baker and pastry chef by trade, has been baking challahs for Shearith's Shabbats for at least 10 years. But this is the first day that he's demonstrating, teaching interested women how to make three-, four-, even six-braid challah...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 pl2-13 4/18/06 4:08 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year April 20,2006 Senior Anita Marx recognized as Volunteer of the fear for popular lunch program By Tamara Stokes Although she is a selfless and unassuming worker, Anita Marx's efforts as a senior volunteer have not gone unnoticed — she was recognized as the Volunteer of the Year for the Delia Shay Thursday Lunch Program on April 6 in the Zale Auditorium at the Jewish Community Center (the J). "She's always here and never says no," says Anna Anagorina, senior coordinator at the J, about Marx's enthusiasm and level of participation as a volunteer. "She truly has a desire to please." President for the senior group, Sandy Kuntz, says, "Thursdays have evolved into Senior Day at the J; volunteers help with the event, which feeds over 100 people each week," and she added that Anita can be counted on to set the tables. In fact, Kuntz says, there are only a couple of people she can really count on... "...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 pl2-13 4/18/06 4:51 PM Page 13 -e April 20,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Everyone needs a helping hand By Harriet P. Gross The Gallimaufry Lady is mov- ing away to join her children where they live — like so many of us older folk are doing, especially when spouses die, as in this woman's case. "Gallimaufry," you may remember, means a hash, a mix- ture. The word is often applied to interesting, unusual combinations of words. And my lady, an old acquaintance from long ago, knows language. So she took this word for the title of a sporadic lit- tle newsletter she's sent to friends and family for years. For one of her latest "editions," she chose this tale, which maybe a good story to start a new year with. And to me, Passover always seems like the start of a sort of New Year... A mouse looked through a crack in the wall to see the farmer and his wife opening a package, and wondered, "What delicious food might be in there?" Imagine his concern, then, whe...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 pl4-17 4/18/06 4:02 PM Page 14 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year April 20,2006 Senior Elderly Jews feel the brunt of confusion on drug bene its By David J. Silverman WASHINGTON (JTA) — After sorting through piles of brochures, Millie Topper thought she had finally found the right Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit plan to pay for the high-blood-pressure medications she wanted. But once the 77-year-old resident of Silver Spring, Md. crunched the numbers, she realized she couldn't afford the plan's heavy deductibles and monthly premiums. Grudg- ingly, she signed up two months ago for a plan that forces her to take a generic drug in lieu of the brand name she prefers. "I don't know which way to turn," Topper says. Her friends, she says, complain that "you'd have to be a rocket scientist to figure out the Medicare drug benefit." It's a familiar story for lewish offi- cials who staff the community's elderly help lines, where phones have been ringing off the hook ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 pl4-17 4/18/06 5:37 PM Page 15 -e April 20,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 Jennifer Lauren Kitner and Mark Alan Mintz Jennifer Lauren Kitner of Dallas and Mark Alan Mintz of Monroe, La. will join hands in marriage on May 28,2006 at Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi David Stern will officiate at the ceremony. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David N. Kitner of Dallas, is a graduate of Hillcrest High School. She received a B.S. in history from Emory University and is completing her master's in educational leadership at Teachers College, an affiliate of Columbia University in New York City. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mintz of Monroe, La. He is also a graduate of Emory University and is attending Tulane University Law School. Any Simchas Today? Send us your Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Weddings or New Citizens. Our deadline is 9 a.m. each Thursday, a week prior to publication. Mail to: Texas Jewish Post, 3120 S. Freeway, Fort Worth, TX 76110 or 7920 Bel...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 April 2006

TJP V60-16, 04-20-13 pl4-17 4/18/06 4:02 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year April 20,2006 Torah Portion Parshat Shemini: Leviticus 9:1-11:47 EFRAT, Israel —"And fire came out from before the Lord and consumed (the two sons of Aaron) and they died before the Lord" (Leviticus 10). One of the greatest tragedies in Biblical history is the death of Nadav and Avihu, the two sons of Aaron the High Priest, on the day of the cel- ebration of the dedication of the Sanctuary. Aaron's greatest triumph turned into tragedy. And one of the deepest Biblical mys- teries is the reason why G-d Himself sent down a fire to -By Shlomo Riskit) consume them. Why? perspective, wine — which removes the ability of the individual to dis- tinguish between the holy and the profane, between the pure and the impure — can lead to evil action and can bring about tragic conse- quences. And indeed, at least according to Rabbi Meir's view in the Talmud ■: B.T. Sanhedrin 70A, 70B), "The fruit from which...

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