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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p01-04 4/22/05 1:38 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 Washington Watch By James D. Besser TJP Washington Correspondent Disengagement blues Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is due for some Texas hospitality next week when he visits President W. Bush at his Crawford ranch. But the Israeli leader will also be greeted by hundreds of anti-disengagement demonstrators led by an Oklahoma pastor who believes America will face nuclear terror as punishment if it continues to support the Prime Minister's plan to get out of Gaza. Pastor Jim Vineyard, who has emerged as a champion of groups like Israel's Women in Green and Americans for a Safe Israel (AFSI), says he is undeterred by polls showing that a majority of Israelis support the plan. "You can't vote on what God tells you to do, you just have to do what God tells you to do," he said in an interview. "Most people around the world don't believe the Bible, but if I'm on God's side, it doesn't matter w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p05-08 4/22/05 1:39 PM Page 5 -e April 7,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Disengagement: Role of the American Jewish Community? Item: The Jerusalem Report (March 21,2005) Cover story: Days of Rage: Disengagement Opponents Plan Their Final Battle / "The next several months will test the nation's institutions, its social fabric and its capacity to maintain a bedrock of shared values." A desk cluttered with papers—things to do, meet- ings to arrange. A demanding computer mon- itor—so many e-mails relentlessly calling for response. Yet my sense that we are approaching a water- shed moment in Jewish history makes me want to push everything else aside. I ask myself what we might do in the organized American Jewish commu- nity, the largest and most influential Diaspora community, to help prevent a looming confrontation—possibly heaven forbid violent in nature— between opposing forces in Israel. This July Israel will implement the government's plan to evac...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p05-08 4/22/05 1:39 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 Israel Stamp Club appeals to new generation— elects 2005 officers The Israel Stamp Club, better known as the Society of Israel Phi- latelists, Dallas Chapter, has announced its 2005 officers. The nominating committee, chaired by immediate past president Walter Levy, with Manfred Marx and Dr. lerome Byers, presented its list of nominees at the organization's March 16 meeting. Re-elected to the presidency is Dr. Arnold Paddock, metallurgist and professor of physics at Richland College. Ruben Bengio, a chemist at NCH Corpora- tion, is the newly elected vice president. Gerald Vaiser, a sales and marketing specialist, was re-elected secretary, and new treasurer is Lawrence Goldman, president of Adat Chaverim. Don Weitz will con- tinue to handle PR and media relations for the SIP. "A great way to learn about Israel is through her beautiful stamps," said Dr. Paddock. "We're always happy to ...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p05-08 4/22/05 1:40 PM Page 7 -e April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post SSA establishes NJHS chapter On Friday, March 11, Solomon Schechter Academy invited nine eighth-graders and six seventh- graders to join the National Junior Honor Society. Although the NJHS was established over 75 years ago, SSA chartered its first chapter this year with the goal of providing an avenue to further student leadership and commit- ment to Tikun Olam, repairing the world. "Because membership in the NJHS relies on more than just scholarship," said NJHS fac- ulty advisor Joanie Geffen, "its participants have an opportunity to nurture and demonstrate their exemplary character traits of lead- ership, service and citizenship. As a result of programs such as the Mitzvah Day they are planning for the last day of school, all of our students will see the world beyond their own needs and discover the rewards of helping others in the Greater Dallas area, proving that 'No man is an i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p05-08 4/22/05 1:41 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 DALLAS DOINGS continued from page 7 memorialize a prominent Dallas attorney. The gift, which was made to Southwestern Medical Foundation, will create the Judy Sinclair Radman Neuro-Oncology Research Fund in honor of Mrs. Radman, who died of a brain tumor in 2003. The fund will support brain-tumor research being conducted in the Annette G. Strauss Center for Neuro-Oncology at UT Southwestern. "This gift was given not only to honor the memory of Judy, but to acknowledge the wonderful UT Southwestern doctors who cared for her in the years following her diag- nosis," said the donor. "We simply want to help researchers find a way to mitigate the disease process in patients like Judy, who - along with their families - suffer tremendously. It's our hope that others will come forward and continue to contribute to the fund in her honor and, in doing so, further a cause that we feel is tremendous...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p09-12 4/22/05 1:43 PM Page 9 April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Political scientist to address two groups Israeli political scientist Dr. Ami Pedahzur will analyze the impact of Israel's decision to dismantle lewish settlements and Israel's response to terrorist organizations and suicide bombings when he addresses audi- ences in Richardson and Denton on April 19. He will speak at 7:30 p.m. at Con- gregation Beth Tor ah, 720 Lookout Dr. in Richardson, following a 3:30 p.m. presentation at the University of North Texas (UNT) in the Eagle Student Services Center, Room 255. At the UNT event, Pedahzur's topic will be "The Culture of Death: Terrorist Organizations and Suicide Bombing." At the Beth Torah pro- gram, he is expected to address questions related to the removal of settlements in Gaza and parts of the West Bank, such as how the Pales- tinian Authority and the Israeli population will react. Admission to that event is $5. For more informa- tion, c...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p09-12 4/22/05 1:43 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 Wine Picking the right Passover wine An abundance of new options for the four cups of Passover wine By Andy Neusner NEW YORK (JTA) — In the beginning, there was sweet wine. Really, really sweet wine. But as the kosher market broad- ened, a trickle of new wines targeted to more a sophisticated audience began to raise expectations among Jewish wine lovers. Now kosher wines have entered a third era, in which many are not only passable, they're praiseworthy. Though winemakers in Israel and the United States still grow the largest numbers of these wines, vineyards all over the globe — from Australia to South Africa to Chile — are joining in, giving Jewish con- sumers an array of choices to accompany their charoset and brisket. Passover is the kosher industry's peak season; virtually all kosher wines are kosher for Passover. In North America, perhaps 50 percent of annual kosher wine sa...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p09-12 4/22/05 1:45 PM Page 11 April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 A kosher Cabernet debuts in Napa By Alexandra J. Wall J. the Jewish news weekly of Northern California Several years ago, Jeff Morgan and Leslie Rudd were chatting — probably over a glass of Cabernet — when the conversation turned to the longstanding connection between Jews and wine. "There's a long history of Jewish winemaking in Napa Valley but only one winery here makes kosher wine," said Morgan, a wine educator and winemaker who is the former West Coast editor of Wine Spectator mag- azine. "We wondered, 'Why is that? And how come so much of kosher wine is of questionable quality?'" Morgan also used to be the wine director for Dean & Deluca, the upscale gourmet chain. Rudd is the chain's owner, and a winemaker himself. Both are Jewish resi dents of Napa Valley. Morgan told Rudd, "I'll bet I could make a great Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. And I could make it kosher." The re...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p09-12 4/22/05 1:46 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 Federation News The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas hosted a Mission to Israel from Feb- ruary 1 through 10. Good times were had by all the attendees as they experienced the Promised Land behind the headlines, visiting with people who make a differ- ence in securing Israel s borders and in advocating for human rights. Pictured left to right are the mission participants: (back row) Frank Risch, mission co-chair; Mariana Nanu, UJC mission manager; Danny Applebaum, UJC guide; Larry Schoenbrun, Federation president elect and mission co-chair; Celia Schoenbrun, mission co-chair; Harrell Pailet; Helen Risch, mission co-chair; Marilyn Pailet; Linda Steinberg; NirKalfa, UJC security escort; Harriett Hoffman, Federation asso- ciate executive vice president; Marc Birnbaum; and Einat Masterman, UJC hostess; (front row) Larry and Barbara Glazer; and Sheela Birnbaum. The Schechter Shop Gi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl3-15 4/22/05 1:49 PM Page 13 -e April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Federation training program creates Jewish leaders for the future Established more than 30 years ago, the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas' Leadership Development Group (LDG) provides an on-going source of new leadership to meet communal needs by recruiting and training young men and women. Through LDG, individuals become active and effective participants in the greater Dallas Jewish community for years to come. This 12-month program consists of four major "We chose to take a leadership role in LDG because it was a great oppor- tunity. It allowed us to bring a group of talented individuals together to see all the work the Federation does, to put our stamp on programs and activities and to do something inspiring as a couple," said Co-chairs Stefani and Gary Eisenstat. Co-chairs Marci and Mark Frenkel added, "LDG has given us a chance to become active in our Leadership Developme...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl3-15 4/22/05 1:51 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 -e- camp young Judaea J TEXAS NITZANIM: First Time Campers! (entering 2nd & 3rd grades) 10 Day Program High Staff-to-Camper Ratio 4 Convenient Sessions GREAT intro to summer camp Israel & Jewish Experience Session 1: A June 19 June 28 B: July 3 July 11 Session 2: C: July 13-July 22 D: July 26 Aug 4 www.cyjtexas.org CALL TODAY! 1-800-CAMP-CYJ Congressman Pete Sessions visits DSD Speaking to middle school stu- dents last week, Congressman Pete Sessions made his support for Israel clear and expressed disagreement with President Bush's policies on illegal immigration. Rep. Sessions visited Torah Day School of Dallas (TDSD) and Mesorah High School for Girls on Tuesday, March 29. This was a chance for him to meet some of his Jewish constituents in the new 32nd Congressional District and to hear students' questions and comments, and an opportunity for students to learn more abou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl3-15 4/22/05 1:51 PM Page 15 -e April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 NTO BBYO has most summer program registrations North Texas-Oklahoma Region BBYO leads the nation in the number of participants registered for BBYO's international summer programs. Currently, 70 teens from this region will have the opportu- nity to experience travel, community service, outdoor adven- tures, leadership training, the arts, Judaism and Israel. In addition to the acclaimed leadership and Judaism programs offered each year, exciting new pro- grams include Passport to Israel (P2I): Israel Journey for first-time visitors, Trek Israel for adventure seekers and Kallah Israel for those teens seeking a spiritual, kibbutz- based experience. Etgar 36 is a 22-day cross-country summer journey that also provides Jewish teens the opportunity to explore politics and social activism. Successful programs are returning, such as Derech Eretz, offered on both the West and East Coasts. I...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl6-17 4/22/05 1:54 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 Purim Basket Serving their community Cub Scout Pack 613, sponsored by the Religious School of Congre- gation Shearith Israel, worked hard, preparing Shalach Manot packages. The boys combined their commit- ment to the community with their appreciation of CSI by assisting with the annual Mishloach Manot project! If interested in joining this great group of lewish boys, or for more information on the Pack (or the other lewish units in Dallas) please contact Cubmaster Rick Vanglish at rickv@gbronline.com or (214) 533-8050> or visit www.troop729.org. The Dallas Home for the lewish Aged/Golden Acres Campus was alive with activity in celebration of Purim. Purim week began with the performance of the play "My Big Fat lewish Purim," moved on to the annual carnival for the resi- dents, and ended with a traditional Megillah reading on March 24. Produced, directed and starring volunteers,...

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

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl6-17 4/22/05 1:58 PM Page 17 -e April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 17 A Purim gift of treats and heart The Junior and Senior Nursery children, of Akiba Academy of Dallas, took lots snacks with them on a recent field trip — only the snacks were to share with those less fortunate. Bags of canned and boxed foods were the treats the chil- dren delivered to the Jewish Family Service Food Pantry in North Dallas. "We have to bring food because if people are poor they don't have any," said 4-year-old Sam Horowitz. "'Cuz it's a good mitzvah to help some people and it's good if they have Gatorade and square kind of kosher crackers. Those are my favorite and everybody should get to have those." Sam, and his friends, brought their food items to JFS which, last year, had 2,874 un duplicated people come through their door. As many of those people visit more than once the number of distribu- tions is at least five times that number. The agency services both Jews ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl8-20 4/22/05 2:03 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 Israel needs your support SP INISWB- March 7.2005 Sra^RoadS*W SKoKieJ' DeatUri: MDfv-USft and rthej,rfrasWucture an 1 applaud ® ftaU v utmost respect ' " Magen David Adom-USA - which is a recognized, authorized, legitimate and significant fundraiser for Israel's emergency medical needs through Magen David Adorn - was and is indispensable to our operations and very existence. 99 Dr, Noam Yifrach, MD Chairman of the Board of Directors Magen David Adorn in Israel 1 WOW*""" ' 1. TyTor tnw en uavid AdomU.S.A. en David Adom Israel Woixing together to save I ves, Please enable us to continue supporting the lifesaving work of Magen David Adom in Israel. MAGEN DAVID ADOM U.S.A. % 8930 Gross Point Road, # 800, Skokie, IL 60077-1864 <r A • !xx, s www.MagenDavidAdom.org *°<nraiK«* Phone 847-583-0664 • Fax 847-583-8556 • Toll Free 866-583-8539 Supporting Israel's Emergency Medical, Heal...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl8-20 4/22/05 3:07 PM Page 19 -e April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Arts & Culture Francine Prose appears in Dallas this Sunday in the highly acclaimed Writers Studio Francine Prose is the next fea- tured author at The Writers Studio, an interview and reading series recorded in front of a live audience for radio broadcast, this Sunday, April 10, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Theater Three, 2800 Routh St. in Dallas. Named "Best Reading Series" by D Magazine, The Writers Studio is the joint project of The Writer's Garret and KERA. Additional infor- mation on the series is available at www.writersgarret.org and www.kera.org. Francine Prose is the author of 12 highly acclaimed works of fiction and a finalist for the National Book Award. Her latest book, "A Changed Man," is about Neo-Nazis and Holo- caust survivors. Additional works include "Guided Tours of Hell: Novellas, Hunters & Gatherers," "A Peaceable Kingdom," "Primitive People," "Bigfoot Dr...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 pl8-20 4/22/05 3:09 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 7,2005 HIGHPOINT MANOR INN IN WIMBERLEY, TX The perfect place to be. ^beautiful Hill Country Bed and Breakfast on 35 tree- y7 covered acres located between Austin and San Antonio. Have your sinicha outdoors under the arms of a huge oak tree or in our great indoor facility. Private cottages or suites. Full breakfast Hot tub and pool. Nature trails. 1-866-847-5225 www.hfghpofntmanorfnn.com WEDDING & PARTY RENTALS Everything you needfor all your Simchas... Linens Chair Covers Fine China Glassware Table/Chairs Cake Stands Arches/Gazebos Tents/Chuppahs Candelabrum United Party Rental Center United Rent-All/Margaritas R-Us 3749 N, Josey Lane, Carrollton Phone: 972-492-0550 We get invited to the best parties! RABBI DAVID SHAWEL CERTIFIED MOHEL -e- Eagle burs Inc. ' ^ SAFE, QUALITY BUS TRANSPORTATION For Groups Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs TRAVEL ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.A. 972-721-0545 phil8eagietou...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 April 2005

TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p21-24 4/22/05 3:12 PM Page 21 April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 POPE continued from page 1 tism, commemorated the Holocaust on many occasions, presided over the establishment of diplomatic relations with Israel and met fre- quently with Jewish religious and lay leaders. To he sure, lingering tensions and unresolved issues remained. But in general, most Jewish observers say the Polish-born pontiff, who died Saturday night at age 84 after a lengthy illness, will be remembered as the friendliest pope ever toward the Jews. "Pope John Paul II was a man of peace, a friend of the Jewish people, who worked to bring about historic reconciliation between the peoples and to renew diplomatic ties between Israel and the Vatican at the end of 1993," Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told his Cabinet on Sunday. "Yesterday the world lost one of the most important leaders of our generation, whose great con- tribution toward reconciliation, unity among peoples,...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p21-24 4/22/05 3:12 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year rHh°tOff The Press ofn ,lavor °f our chili •u/i!"""9 the ■mary skin fcve|yown 'feefa,i0n amily member) fcttan Dav/d 'so/in r- ourri? enter Za'lwi"9 to iv^ Ce " l* i o/ie 0/r ma"y prizes... Nev"Act?criber' Post April 7,2005 Chili Kosher Chili Cook-o to simmer on Sunday DALLAS - It's getting hotter as the 12th Annual Kosher Chili Cook-off comes to a boil at 11:30 a.m. this Sunday, April 10. Rain or shine, the popular food, recreation and entertainment gath- ering will continue until 3 p.m. at host Congregation Tiferet Israel, 10909 Hillcrest Rd. at Royal Lane. Cook-off Chair Joram Wolanow revealed the proven cook-off recipe: • Assemble 44 competitive teams of chili cooks and aficionados repre- & YAVN E H ACADEMY fti KotJ&o Cirili Tim! I Hillel Add SPICE to your life with Regional Hillel of North Texas & all the urinnin? teams at the mm urn For information come visit OUR BOOTH AND TA...

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TJP V59-14 04-07-05 p21-24 4/22/05 3:13 PM Page 23 -e April 7,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 $5 for children 3-11, with little ones under 3 free. Organizers assembled a team of taste-tested judges: Joey Ohayon, owner of Cafe Fino; Albert Turgemon, owner of Falafel Express; Yosi Ohayon, owner of Culinary Art Catering; John Lee, chili connoisseur, professor and author of the novel, "Ninth Man"; and Roberto Car- denas, executive chef of Simcha Kosher Catering. Judging will start at noon and winners will be announced about 1:30 p.m. In addition to 40 chili teams from last year, at least four new entrants will compete: Felicia Wagman, M.D.; Barbara King, pri- vate chef; Stuart Mishler, owner of "Stuie's Place" kosher restaurant set to open in May; and Harold Wolf, owner of Lone Star Judaica. Joey of Perfect Image will MC the day's activities, including music by the Masik Brothers and Beatlejews. Besides the incredible choice of chili recipes, you can tempt your taste buds wit...

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