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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pl4-16 3/29/05 8:49 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 Arts & Culture Walk on Water makes a splash By Susan Kandell Wilkofsky "Walk on Water," a compelling thriller by acclaimed Israeli director Eytan Fox ("Yossi and Jagger"), opened last week and my advice is: Don't walk, ninio see it! Israel's top film star Lior Ashkenzai {"Late Marriage") plays Eyal, a Mossad agent and second-generation Holocaust survivor on assignment to track down an aging Nazi war criminal, Alfred Himmelman. The stellar international cast includes Israeli Gideon Shemer, acclaimed German actors Carola Regnier and Hanns Zischler, and Pales- tinian Yousef (Joe) Sweid. To accomplish his task, Eyal pre- tends to be a tourist guide and befriends Himmelman's grandson, Axel (Knut Berger). Axel is in Israel to visit his sister Pia (Carolina Peters) who works on a kibbutz (as do quite a few young Germans today, I understand) and talks her into returning to Germany t...

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TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pl4-16 3/29/05 8:49 PM Page 15 -e March 31,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 New book recounts Waco lynching of 1916 THE FIRST WACO HORROR By Ste\>e Wisch It is easy to glide past Waco if you're traveling to or from Austin on Interstate 35. Many stop there for gas or to grab a burger. The city has sprawled in recent years. A massive entertainment complex that abuts the Brazos River, and restaurants and hotels are vis- ible and inviting from the highway. What is not visible from the highway, nor discernible from a careful tour of Waco, is any memo- rial to a black teenager who was lynched and burned Patricia Bernstein alive on the courthouse lawn on May 15,1916. Now, an important new book recounts this ghastly deed and explains its signal importance in the development of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - known to all as the NAACP - the organization that spearheaded the Civil Rights Movement, which has literally transforme...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pl4-16 3/29/05 8:50 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 Torah Portion Parshat Shemini: Leviticus 9:1-11:47 "Speak to the children of Israel saying, 'these are the creatures which you may eat from all of the animals upon the earth: any animal that has split hoofs with clefts through the hoofs and that chews its cud - such you may eat'." (Leviticus 11:2,3) The two main subjects dealt with in this week's Torah portion of Shemini seem to be totally far removed one from the other: we first read of the tragic death of the two sons of Aaron, Nadav and Avihu, on the eighth day of the con- secration of the Sanctuary, and we then read all of the details of the laws of kashrut, with detailed lists of ani- mals, fowl and fish which are forbidden. It seems to me however that there is a powerful connection between these two issues as well as a crucial message especially in this age of post-modernism. Let us begin with kashrut. The Bible itself con...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pl7-19 3/29/05 8:46 PM Page 17 -e March 31,2005 In Our 59th Year Synagogue Services Texas Jewish Post 17 Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday, April 1,6:29 p.m. Friday, April 8,7:34 p.m. ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence Pkwy., Ste. A, Piano (972)491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr Lawrence S. Goldman, President FRIDAY: Temple Shabbat-6 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.-6:45 a.m. Sun.-9:15 a.m. N'al'l. Holidays-8:30 a.m. EVENING MINYAN: T & W-6:15 p.m. Morning Minyan <>:I5 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) 892-9325 Rabbi Murray J. Berger CONGREGATION BE...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pl7-19 3/29/05 8:47 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 Calendar Thursday, March 31 'Flowers aren't enough'- The story of one woman's struggle in an abusive marriage 7:30p.m. American-Israeli actress Naomi Ack- erman performs her acclaimed one-woman play developed at the request of the Israeli Minister of Welfare, to encourage dialogue on family vio- lence. Following the performance, family-violence specialists from Jewish Family Service, Family Place, and Gen- esis Women's Shelter will lead a discussion on abuse in relationships. Both adults and teens are encouraged to attend. Tickets are $10. Sponsored by Jewish Family Service and Texas Jewish Post. For more information, call Jewish Family Service, (972) 437-9950, ext. 303. Aaron Family JCC Zale Auditorium 7900 Northaven Rd., Dallas TITAS presents the Klezmatics 8p.m. The popular Klezmatics recreate Jewish roots klezmer music in danceable and contemporary arrangements. Tickets star...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pl7-19 3/29/05 9:27 PM Page 19 -e March 31,2005 In Our 59th Year Health Texas Jewish Post 19 LIVING WILL continued from page 1 wanted to receive in such circum- stances. Dr. Fine said a living will, known in Texas law as an "advance directive to physicians and family or surro- gates," lets you express your wishes now about medical care in case you cannot speak for yourself later. An accident or unexpected illness can create such a crisis suddenly, and he urges adults of all ages to consult with their doctor, clergy and family about preparing a living will. After following the Schiavo case closely for years, Dr. Fine finds it "interesting that about 10 different judges have ruled on the case and [with input from court-appointed doctors who looked at Schiavo] they all reached the same conclusion - that she is in a persistent vegetative state." Her husband is "an appro- priate surrogate" to represent Terri's wishes, Dr. Fine said. For four years, Michael Schiavo "in...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 p20-24 3/29/05 8:42 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 Around the Town with Rene Community Purim carnival Over 200 people gathered at Beth- El Congregation on a windy and cold Sunday. The rotten weather didn't stop anyone from having a wonderful time making groggers and masks, popping balloons, tossing rings and bean bags, and get- ting sent to jail. Most of the community was represented at the carnival, which brought out folks from all over Tarrant County. The youth were represented by FWUSY, FWFTY, ARFTY and BBYO. The Jewish War Veterans brought their usual hammer and bell. JFS helped the kids make wonderful masks. Beth-El Brotherhood sold out of hot dog lunches in 45 minutes, but there were still Hamentaschen from the Beth-El Sisterhood and popcorn from the Fort Worth Hebrew Day School. Several adults braved the cold weather to supervise Hadassah's Moon Bounce, which was a big hit. All of the kids left with goodies and smiles on the...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 p20-24 3/29/05 9:42 PM Page 21 March 31,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 MISSION continued from page 1 of everything. It's a spirit that 'we will overcome,'" she said. At the same time, "there's not a feeling that we're all on the same page here," she said, referring to polar political differences on issues such as surrendering settle- ments as part of the price of peace with Palestinians. Yet "everyone is for Israel persevering" and not yielding to acts of violence and other setbacks, she said. "In our country, we're blessed with opportunities for kids to be kids," Falk noted. "Eighteen-year- olds here are concerned with clothes and cars. There, it's under- stood that [at 18] you go into the army to protect the country. The J CSI Mission participants on the verandah of the King David Hotel. Photo: Courtesy of Gregory Jacobs AROUND THE TOWN continued from page 20 drive once a week or to be on call as a substitute when regular drivers go out of town or c...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 p20-24 3/29/05 8:43 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 Columnists Ask the Rabbi Dear Rabbi: It's almost time for Passover and I'd like to get some new ideas of how to make the evening more meaningful and enjoyable for my family. Stan G. Dear Stan, There are many themes, which run through the Haggadah of which I'll mention a few. You can develop any of these to be the main message you wish to convey at your Seder. In the plagues, Moses couldn't strike the ground or water himself as they protected him in the past. This is the Jewish message of appre- ciation. The entire Haggadah service reaches its climax in "Hallel," verses of ecstatic praise and appreciation to the Al-mighty for all he did for By Rabbi Yerachmiel D. Fried us. It ends with a heartfelt blessing, praising Him for all His loving kind- ness in our lives, in which we appreciate all those who we benefit from, and especially G-d, the source of all blessings. Focusing on the...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 p20-24 3/29/05 8:44 PM Page 23 My easiest Passover ever March 31,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 People often get the wrong idea about people who love to cook. Though cooking is literally my life, I don't cook fancy, or what some like to call gourmet meals all the time. Like most people, I'm very busy. What's my point? I simply don't always have the time required to fuss when it comes to cooking. This translates to holiday cooking as well. Like many busy cooks, I too hunger for ease. So, for Passover, I offer these genuine, not-too-fancy make-ahead recipes that don't require an unreasonable amount of steps or ingredients. Best of all, they're the traditional foods many prefer and expect during this hol- iday. Okay, maybe there's the extra spice or some individual adjustment to a classic, but in the end the recipes are simple and established Passover menu components for many American Jews. To round off your menu, serve a simple vegetable - steam...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 p20-24 3/29/05 8:45 PM Page 24 A Albertso Helping make your life easic m meat our dept. Kosher DeO: Hours Sun-Thurs. 9am 'til 9pm Friday 8am 'til 5pm Kosher Fresh Chicken Leg Quarters in our rCS mxmmm Shop Albertsons For All Your Kosher Needs in oul deli Glatt: Kosher 1 resh Bone-In Rib Steak PasYisroel Wrap Ole Tortillas No Cholesterol I Assorted Flavors SAVE £ 100 per lb. Glatt Kosher Regular Turkey Breast un our bakery BAKERY SALE Prices Effective April I thru April 7, 2005 19 99 99 Pareve 1/2 Sheet Cake Fiesta Only Pareve Fresh Baked Cookies 18 Count 1341 W. Campbell Rd. Richardson, Tx Ph# 972-437-2896 7 DAYS PRICES EFFECTIVE MARCH 31 THRU APRIL 4,2005 OF SAVINGS THUR FRI SAT SUN MON TUES WED 3 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 VISA Coit & Campbell Location Limit Rights Reserved.

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TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pBOl 3/29/05 9:20 PM Page B1 Thursday, March 31,2005 20 Adar II 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 VOLUME 59 NO. 13 Special Section M j, r\k \ L V -e-

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pB01-B04 3/29/05 9:32 PM Page B4 -e B4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 S<S <VdBC Y^' Carol Abram, CSEP, CWC Wedding & Event Planner ca t>ea8Ue«a, party1. EVENTS 4531 Briar Oaks Circle • Dallas, Texas 75287 J972) 931-1955 *(972) 931-2009 fax« carola1@swbell.net^ Just Say You Saw it in the Texas Jewish Post tl Make it a Grand Event at Stockyards Station! i;- It s always a big decision... where to host your event? Let our staff take your worries away with our no-nonsense approach to event planning. We have 3 different indoor venues with a unique atmosphere that will be talked about for years to come. Call today for a free consultation: 817.625.9715 immmiiit Jiiimimim www.stockyardsstation.com Centerpieces with a purpose By Melissa Maroff In lieu of flowers, a popular trend for bar/bat mitzvahs and other simchas are functional table centerpieces that are donated or bring attention to a specific charity. The possibilities are endless, wit...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pB05-B08 3/29/05 8:26 PM Page B5 -e March 31,2005 Books In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post B5 Putting God on the guest list at your simcha By Susan Jacobs Jewish Journal North of Boston Staff The spiritual element of a bar or bat mitzvah has been lost on many of today's teens. Rather than focusing on the significance of the ritual, the youths (and often their parents) are more con- cerned with the glitzy celebration that follows the Jewish rite of pas- sage. In his book "Putting God on the Guest List: How to Reclaim the Spiritual Meaning of Your Child's Bar or Bat Mitzvah," Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin offers sug- gestions on how to shift attention away from the party in order to embrace the core spiritual values. While Salkin does not condone festive celebrations, he yearns to put them in perspective. He hopes children and their parents will shy away from the presents, and focus instead on the spiritual potential present in the bar/bat mitzvah experience. Salkin main...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pB05-B08 3/29/05 8:26 PM Page B6 -e B6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 Changing the world one simcha at a time By Harriet P. Gross It has all the makings of a Jewish urban legend - but this one is true. A bit over 30 years ago, a young Danny Siegel was planning a trip to Israel. Some friends who weren't able to go themselves asked him if he'd take some money of theirs with him - not big amounts, but enough to help out where help was needed - and find those right and proper places to distribute it. He said yes...he did...and a whole new way of giving was born. That trip was the start of Ziv Tzedakah Fund, a non-profit mitzvah organization that helps people do much good with a little bit of cash and a lot of desire to make differences in the world. Ziv - which is the Hebrew word for "radi- ance" - has managed to direct many, many small donations to worthy people and projects, distributing more than $7,000,000 in the process. By adults, Siegel is no...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pB05-B08 3/29/05 8:27 PM Page B7 -e March 31,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post B7 At Western Wall, his bar mitzvah steeped in spirituality Family, friends join Mark's coming-of-age in Jerusalem By Melissa Maroff Dec. 30,2004 is a date that Texan Mark Cheirif will never forget - it was the date he celebrated his coming-of-age in Israel. Mark's parents Dr. Jorge and Heidy Cheirif, older brother Benji, sister Michelle, and some 80 friends and relatives from Israel, Mexico, England, and various parts of the United States were also on hand to help him celebrate. "You get more out of it spiritu- ally," explains Mark, a seventh grader at Solomon Schechter Academy, of his decision to spend his bar mitzvah in the Jewish home- land. "Instead of one weekend, he spent two weeks celebrating - and every day was special," his mother Heidy says of his first trip to Israel. Rabbi David Shawel, who accom- panied the Cheirifs on their trip and acted as tour guide, officiated ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 31 March 2005

TJP V59-13 03-31-05 pB05-B08 3/29/05 8:28 PM Page B8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year March 31,2005 B'nai mitzvah and the special-needs child: Mothers offer hope and support By Michael Jackman For most parents, preparing a child for a bar or bat mitzvah is just another of many coming-of-age stresses. But for parents whose chil- dren have special needs, the stress can be almost unbearable. Yet arranging b'nai mitzvah ceremonies for such children are not impossible, with a little love and support. There was a time Julie Venetianer despaired of ever holding her grandson Andrew's bar mitzvah. "It was a struggle for everyone connected with him," she says. "Everyone" included clergy, teachers, administrators, as well as family. Andrew, adopted by his grandpar- ents when the was a toddler, was born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and other problems, including mild mental retardation, obsessive com- pulsive disorder, hyperactivity, and Asperger's Disorder, a form of autism. "There are so many...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p01-04 4/22/05 1:29 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, April 7,2005 27 Adar II 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post Who is a Jew? Israeli High Court rules on conversion 3 An abundance of new . - options for the four cups of Passover wine Youth Thinking about college? Consider these campus issues V; > • VOLUME 59 NO. 14 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 FOCUS ON ISSUES Ma'aleh Adumim residents back expansion By Bind Kraft MA'ALEH ADUMIM, West Bank, (JTA) — Neatly planted flower beds and rows of palm trees line the entrance to Ma'aleh Adumim, the West Bank settlement of 40,000 people that Israel hopes to link phys- ically with lerusalem. To help make sure that happens, the Israeli government plans to line the area between Ma'aleh Adumim and Jerusalem, known to planners as E-1, not just with pretty landscaping but with new buildin gs as well. The decade-old plan for expanding Ma'aleh Adumim includes the building of 3,500 new apartments and a commercial and industrial area. The expans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p01-04 4/22/05 1:30 PM Page 2 2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 tf~\ ederation of Greater Dallas £ • • tor giving... | OURGIFTYOUR, m YOURBIRTHRK il FTYOURADVEh BIRTHRIGHT01 OURGIFTYOUR, # YOURBIRTHRK FTYOURADVEh BIRTHRIGHTOI OURGIFTYOUR, YOURBIRTHRK FTYOURADVEh BIRTHRIGHTOI OURGIFTYOUR, URGIFTYOURBI OURBIRTHRIGH TYOURADVENT IRTHRIGHTOUR URGIFTYOURBI OURBIRTHRIGH TYOURADVENT URGIFTYOURBI OURBIRTHRIGH TYOURADVENT IRTHRIGHTOUR URGIFTYOURBII OURBIRTHRIGH TYOURADVENT a warm welcome into the Jewish community Taglit-birthriqht israel and Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas: Building Our Future Together Taqlit-birthriqht israel offers the gift of a free, first-time, 10-day educational trip to Israel for young Jewish adults between the ages of 18 and 26. Taglit-birthriqht israel is a unique partnership between the Government of Israel, private philanthropists, UJC/Jewish Federations of North America and the Jewish Agency for Israel. Nearly 80,000 young ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p01-04 4/22/05 1:36 PM Page 3 -e April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post BEHIND THE HEADLINES High Court in Israel accepts some non-Orthodox conversions By Dan Baron JERUSALE (JTA) — After 22 years of living as an Israeli, Justina Hilaria Chipana can finally consider herself a fall-fledged member of the Jewish state. The 50-year-old native of Peru was one of 17 petitioners who won High Court of Justice recognition of their non-Orthodox conversions to Judaism on Thursday in what the Conservative and Reform movements hailed as a breakthrough for efforts to introduce more religious pluralism to Israel. Orthodox rabbis and politicians disagreed. By a vote of 7-4, the High Court ordered the state to recognize "leaping converts" — so called because they study in Israeli institutes but then con- vert with Reform or Conservative rabbis abroad — as eligible to immi- grate under the Law of Return. The ruling was a small step in a decades-long controversy in Israel ...

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