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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p05-08 3/15/05 4:57 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 Dallas Doings Local teen selected to U.S. soccer delegation to Israeli Olympic Maccabiah games in Tel Aviv Russell Gellman, 15-year-old son of Robbie and Steve Gellman of Coppell, has been selected to participate in the Olympic Games in Israel this summer. Russell said, "I've played soccer since I Russell Gellman was four. At the age of 10,1 began playing for the Dallas Comets and have had the opportunity to play in many state and national tourna- ments. I was recently selected as the only Texan and one of 20 soccer players from the entire United States to represent this country in the Israeli Olympic Maccabiah games to be held in Tel Aviv in luly 2005. "The Maccabiah games are the second largest athletic event in the world, surpassed only by the Olympics. So far, it is estimated that there will be over 7,000 participants and more than 50 countries repre- sented, and the US expects ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p05-08 3/15/05 4:57 PM Page 7 -e March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post North fexans invited to Eat for Israel U.S. project tries to take bite out of terror's hardships By Steve Israel Staff Writer DALLAS - Next Monday you can sink your teeth into a sump- tuous kosher pizza, pasta or the like and bring some relief to terror victims in Israel - all in the same bite. Diners who order from the varied menu at Cafe Fino can expect to help ease the financial, emotional and legal challenges of some of those victims and their families. To take a bite out of terror's hardships, Cafe Fino and 132 other kosher restaurants agreed to donate 10 percent of their gross revenues on March 21 to an "America Eats for Israel" effort. ''It's based on 'Baltimore Eats for Israel' that we did last year with six of our local restaurants," explained Avi Goldberg, who organized the initial project with classmates at Yeshivat Rambam school there. Baltimore students enlisted the aid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p05-08 3/14/05 3:38 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 % 1 -e- Affect Israeli Future Step forward with hundreds of fellow pro-Israel activists, dine with a bipartisan Congressional delegation and meet leading elected officials. Featuring Richard Gephardt, Former Majority Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives Please join us for The Dallas Metroplex 2005 Annual Reception & Dinner honoring The Dallas Pioneers of AIPAC Monday, April 11, 2005 Reception 6:00 p.m./Dinner 7:00 p.m. The Westin Galleria Hotel 13340 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX Honorees: Henry Cohn, Ervin Donsky, Leo Fields, Murray Munves, Stanley Pearle, Muriel Pinkus, Marcus Rosenberg z"i, Arnold Sweet, Gerardo Weinstein For more information contact Joy Nathan at the AIPAC office at (214) 741-6759, orjnathan@aipac.org. $75 couvert per person and AIPAC 2005 Membership (begins at $50 per couple). Dietary Laws Observed. Advance reservations required. AIPAC—"the most important o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p09-13 3/15/05 5:01 PM Page 9 March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Community support grows or JCC Maccabi Games Dallas will host the JCC Mac- cabi Games for the first time in the event's 23-year history from July 31 to Aug. 5, 2005. An Olympic-style sports competition for Jewish teens, the Games will draw 1,800 athletes, their coaches, delega- tion heads, and spectators from every area of the United States, Israel, Canada and Mexico. Community support is critical to the Games' success. More than 2,000 adults will participate in the event as sponsors, host families, volunteers, and coaches. The Games are funded by indi- vidual and corporate donations, as well as in-kind contributions. Expenses include transportation, athletic venues, meals and snacks, medical supplies, security, and evening entertainment. Fundraising Chair Dan Prescott has set a target of a minimum of $500,000 in cash donations. The committee plans to leverage these funds with in-kind ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p09-13 3/15/05 5:19 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 As Purim approaches, rabbis comment on OU concerns Two local rabbis commented last week on deep concerns the Orthodox Union (OU) has expressed about Jewrs who cele - brate Purim to excess or who leave Shabbat worship to participate in "kiddush clubs." "It used to be a mitzvah to get drunk on Purim," said Rabbi Jordan Parr of Adat Chaverim, the Reform congregation in Piano. "Now, however, every day is Purim for some of us." Asked about recent OU pro- nouncements, Rabbi Parr said drinking alcoholic beverages exces- sively"does not make a teenager into 'a man (or a woman)*, it just makes a teenager into a drunk. And, as with everything else, we adults need to set the example. If we get drunk at a kiddush club, we shouldn't be sur- prised when our teens get drunk at a bar mitzvah party. Do we really need to be drunk in shul on Shabbat? That's not what God wants. Just ask Nadav and A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p09-13 3/14/05 3:42 PM Page 11 March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post w AIPAC POLICY CONFERENCES w AIPAC POLICY CONFERENCES All THEY ARE NOT THE ONLY ONES WHO COME BACK YEAR AFTER YEAR My mother has attended 27 AIPAC Policy Conferences and I've been to 16.1 want my children to grow up with AIPAC just like I did." -Sam Lauter $ AIPAC V _ a A AIPAC POLICY I I CONFERENCES It was my first Policy Conference in 1993 that opened my eyes... and soul to AIPAC. I never would have imagined that only a few years later, I would chair the event and be meeting with Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and then-Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle." -Lee Rosenberg ICY ENCES "For me, the Policy Conference is always a thrill, whether I am on stage introducing the President or off stage chatting with other activists from around the country." -Amy Friedkin "I have been honored to address the Policy Conference four times. But I attend the Conference even when I am not speaking...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p09-13 3/15/05 5:08 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 DALLAS DOINGS continued from page 6 SSA's 3 Stars Gala and Auction—deal yourself in You've got to know when to hold 'em; know when to fold 'em - but most importantly you've got to know not to miss the Solomon Schechter Academy 3 Stars Gala, Casino, and Auction on Saturday, April 2, at the Infomart, 1950 Stem- mons Frwy., Dallas. The evening will begin with cocktails and a silent auc- tion at 8 p.m., followed by at Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament at 8:30 p.m. The casino and dessert buffet will open at 8:45 p.m., followed by a live auction at 10 p.m.The evening will conclude with the awarding of casino prizes at midnight. Cost for the evening is $90/person and includes casino chips and dessert. A cash bar is available. Texas Hold'em tickets must be purchased separately at a cost of $150. Winner of Texas Hold'em will be awarded a trip for two to the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. For ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p09-13 3/15/05 5:14 PM Page 13 -e March 17,2005 SlMCHAS In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Bat Mitzvah Erica Cari Arbetter Erica Cari Arbetter daughter of Jay and Fonda Arbetter, will be called to the Torah by Rabbi Stefan Weinberg, at Congregation Anshai Torah at the March 19, 2005, Shabbat Service. Erica is the sister of Stephanie Arbetter and grand- daughter of Madelyn Schepps of Dallas and the late Stanley Joe Schepps and Milton and Shirly Arbetter. A seventh grader at Frankford Middle School, Erica has a real love for drama and has appeared in many plays throughout the years. She recently competed in a national drama competition in Los Angeles, where she finished near the top. Erica, a fourth generation Dallasite, studies piano and music composi- tion and is a member of the ATAC swim team. For her mitzvah project Erica has been collecting used eyeglasses for victims of the Tsunami, and other poor people in African, Asian and Latin American countries. She ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 pl4-15 3/15/05 5:06 PM Page 14 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 Arts & Cultural All Jewish, all the time: Station in Argentina has Jewish tunes, news By Larry Luxner BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — On the first floor of a stately old building in the Once neighborhood of Buenos Aires, nearly 100 Jewish men and women, most of them elderly, enj oy a free kosher lunch, while a bearded Orth odox rabbi with a microphone lectures them on the weekly Torah portion. On the third floor of the same building, Daniel Saltzman also speaks into a microphone—but tens of thousands of people hear his voice. Saltzman is host of "Coffee Break," a talk show that airs every weekday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Radio Jai, Argentina's Jewish radio station. On this day, Saltzman and co-hosts Alejandra Polack and Jaime Mzraji are discussing politics with Ricardo Alfonsin. He's the son of former Argentine Presi- dent Raul Alfonsin, who is widely respected in the Jewish community fo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 pl4-15 3/15/05 5:06 PM Page 15 March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 he Book of Customs: A Complete Handbook for the Jewish Year' true to its title Book Review By Harriet P. Gross Everything is b'shert! Back in 1985, Scott-Martin Kosofsky, a book designer by profes- sion, produced what he called "a non-sectarian Christmas songbook." About 15 years later, Hillel asked him to do something Jewish along the same lines. While researching for illustrations, he found in an old Jewish encyclopedia "an utterly charming woodcut of a woman lighting a Sabbath cande- labrum - perfect!" The source was given as "Sefer Minhagim." Through the Har- vard library, Kanofsky located a microfilm copy of this "Book of Cus- toms" from Amsterdam, 1645, and also found an even earlier one, published in 1593 in Venice. Further investigation revealed that what he calls "this cross between a prayer book and a farmer's almanac" had a popular run of some 300 years. Editions publish...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 pl6-19 3/15/05 5:17 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 Senior Older adults and survivors benefit rom Purim sights, smells, memories By Jane Ulman ENCINO, Calif (JTA) — Offering the chance to parade in costume as Queen Esther or King Ahasuerus, shake groggers at the mention of Haman's name and feast on haman- taschen, Purim is the perfect holiday for our kids' grandparents and great-grandparents. At every age, we must be con- nected to life's fun side, and Purim, the boisterous and tumultuous hol- iday that begins this year at sundown on March 24 and celebrates the tri- umph of the Jews in ancient Persia over enemies determined to destroy them, gives us that opportunity But far more than the kids, today's elders — many of whom are contending with the death of a spouse, poor health, loneliness and dwindling finances — need the friv- olity that Purim brings. Of the 35 million Americans who are 65 and older, up to 7 million suffer from ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 pl6-19 3/15/05 5:23 PM Page 17 March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 17 opportunity to appreciate each other's unique outlooks and experi- ences," says Betty Winn, Heschel's head of school. These exchanges are especially valuable to those older people with no closely related living family members, who make up one- third of the home's population. Other older adults are less inter- ested in intergenerational activities. "We have too much fun ourselves," says Paula Fern, director of the Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles' Pico-Robertson Storefront and Holocaust Survivors Program. Her group is Caf, Europa, a social and support group for Holocaust survivors that was founded in 1987 by social worker Dr. Flo Kinsler and has spread to other U.S. cities. In Los Angeles, Caf, Europa's Purim celebration, funded by the Claims Con- ference's expected to draw approximately 150 survivors. Fern explains that the March 22 event is a party, a catered lun- cheon with s...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 pl6-19 3/15/05 5:17 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 he power of Gloria Steinem: still fighting at 0 By Alexandra J. Wall j. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California Gloria Steinem has attended a feminist seder for the past 30 years or more. Calling it the "most consis- tent Jewish presence in my life," Steinem was part of the group of prominent feminists that held the first women's seder in New York long before such celebrations were in vogue. "In the beginning we were much more conscious of being intransi- gent because we were taking a patri- archal ceremony and transforming it," she said in a telephone interview from her home in New York. "Over time, many more people have done it, and are more likely to take that for granted." The founder of Ms. magazine and the National Women's Political Caucus, Steinem at 70 remains one of the most powerful and well-rec- ognized voices in the feminist movement. As president of Voters for...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 pl6-19 3/15/05 5:16 PM Page 19 -e March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 he science of good deeds Combining the Jewish values of mitzvot with the how and why of the fascinating world of science, brought an exciting and original flavor to the annual Akiba Mitzvah Fair on March 1. First grade students learned about preparing for the upcoming holiday of Purim and hosted a san- dart souvenir booth while second grade students created models relating to Shabbat including minia- ture Shabbat tables and challah covers. Kashrut was the focus for third graders who hosted a booth where guests designed "meat" and "dairy" magnets for their kitchen while the fourth graders helped friends design bookmarks for the Siddur as they had studied unique features of the Beit Knesset and Tefillot. The fifth graders learned about technology and Shabbat and if, or how, you can use motion sensors, electric shavers and telephones. Our future entrepreneurs in the sixth grade stu...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p20-23 3/15/05 5:12 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 Torah Portion ParshatVayikra: Leviticus 1:1-5:26 Efrat, Israel - "And He called to Moses and the Lord spoke to him from the Tent of Meeting." {Leviticus 1:1) The formulation of this first verse of the third book of the Bible seems rather strange. Why does the Bible have G-d (as it were) call - or call out - to Moses and then "speak" to him? Why did the Bible merely not open with the words "And the Lord spoke to Moses" without having called him before- hand? The most classical commentary of Rashi notes that whenever a (Divine) speaking or saying or commanding is preceded by a Divine "calling" it is a sign of special love, since "calling" is the verb used by the angels who obvi- ously had a special relationship of love with G-d. The Midrash Sifra goes one step further, suggesting that whenever the verb of calling (Hebrew Kara) is used, it means that G-d called the individual by name ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p20-23 3/15/05 5:12 PM Page 21 March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Synagogue Services Texas Jewish Post 21 Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday,March 18,6:19 p.m. Friday,March 25,t<:ll p.m. ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence Pkwy., Ste. A, Piano (972)491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr Lawrence S. Goldman, President FRIDAY: Tot Shabbat-6:30 p.m. Erev Shabbat Service-7:30 p.m. CONGREGATION ANSHAIT0RAH (Conservative) 5501W. Parker Rd., Piano (972)473-7718 Rabbi Stefan Weinberg Cindy Moskowitz, President FRIDAY: Shabbat Service-6:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Shabbat Service-9:30 a.m. MORNING MINYAN: M & Th. <-:15 a.m. Sun.-9:15 a.m. Naf 1. Holidays-8:30 a.m. EVENING MINYAN: T & W-6:15 p.m. Morning Minyan-6:45 a.m. CONGREGATION BETH EL-BINAH (Reform) John Thomas Gay and Lesbian Center 2701 Reagan St., Dallas (214) 521-5342, ext. 1784 Rabbi Deborah Schloss Nancy Jessula-Clark, President TEMPLE BETH EMETH (Reform) 306'North Rusk, Sherman (903) 892-9326 Rabbi Murra...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p20-23 3/15/05 5:13 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 Calendar Thursday, March 17 Tiferet Israel Chevra Kadisha honorary dinner 7p.m. Join the Congregation in the tradition of honoring the men and women of their Chevra Kadisha for their sacred work. Adults/$20,Children/$10 (10 and under). RSVP to Isabel Molina, (214) 691-3611 Congregation Tiferet Israel 10909 Hiilcrest Rd., Dallas House of the Generals 7and9p.m. The epic story of a family's j ourney from the Russian Revolution through the birth of Israel. Suitable forages 12 andup.Film- maker Dan Spigel will be in attendance. Tickets/$10 Students/$5. For more details, visit www.houseofthegenerals.com or call (214)691-5084. Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays in March. Artistic Blend Coffee House Theater (formerly the Wedgewood Theater) 5200 Granbury Rd., Ft. Worth Friday, March 18 Camp Young Judaea Scholar-in- Residence family weekend 3p.m. This year's Scholar-in-Residence is Janine Zach...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p20-23 3/15/05 5:13 PM Page 23 March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 PURIM 5765 Sunday, March 20 Grandparent's and Special Friend Day 11 a.m. -2p.m. Celebrate Purim with the older and younger generation. Costume contest, hamentaschen baking and Purim crafts are part of this special day. Pasta lunch included. Parents are not invited. Cost is $5 per person. RS VP by Friday, March 18 to Ronna Levy,(2l4) 239-7120. Aaron Family JCC 7900 Northaven Rd., Dallas Big Fat Jewish Purim 2p.m. Purim Spiel starring Jerome Stein, Eli Davidsohn, Marilyn Massis, Joan Byers, Nathan Kaplan and Flo Wilson. Free Golden Acres Auditorium 2525 Centerville Rd., Dallas TCJ Singles 2nd annual Purim costume party 5p.m. For directions, call (817) 731 -4721. For more information and to RSVP, call Batya, (817) 556-9996 or e-mail jewgogirl4@hotmail.com Thursday, March 24 Chabad of Piano's Purim in the Palace 6-8:30p.m. Enter the Gates of Shushan... Eat dinner in Esther's Banquet Ha...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p24-28 3/15/05 5:20 PM Page 24 -e 24 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 17,2005 Around the Town with Rene Leonard Roberts to be honored Community and civic leader Leonard "Len" Roberts will be hon- ored at the forthcoming 54th Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Dinner. Dinner Chairman Robert Jameson announced that the dinner, sponsored by The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ), will be held Thursday April 7 at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel. Under Roberts' leadership, RadioShack has continued to expand and today has over 7,000 retail stores and rev- enues of $5 billion. Because of his vision and manage- ment skills, he Leonard Roberts and RadioShack have been featured in many major news outlets, such as USA Today, Wall Street Journal, ft When You Need GUARANTEED Typewriter Repair Service Or a Good Buy on A New or Used Machine CALL HEAD TYPEWRITER CO INC Serving Fort Worth for more than a Half Century with Guaranteed Service SWINTECI...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 March 2005

TJP V59-11 03-17-05 p24-28 3/15/05 5:21 PM Page 25 -e March 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 25 Married to native Fort Worthian Alvin Daiches, they have two chil- dren, Yehuda and Julie. Yehuda and wife Chaya are parents of four chil- dren. Julie and husband Glenn Stuart have one daughter with twins on the way. Jaclyn will certainly be very busy in her retirement. Her love and care giving will be transferred from her students to her growing family. According to Shoshana Howard, "Jaclyn brought a very special and unique talent to her classroom. Her creativity and ability to fully inte- grate Judaica into the curriculum has been extraordinary. She has truly helped shape our next generation." The community will honor these two outstanding Jewish educators at Shabbat Services on Saturday, June 4 at Congregation Ahavath Sholom. A host committee is being formed to sponsor and plan a kiddush lun- cheon. Anyone interested in participating should contact Sherri Mann at (817) 294-94...

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