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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 April 2005

TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p01-04 6/30/05 10:46 AM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Washington Watch By James D. Besser TJP Washington Correspondent Deciphering Crawford Diplomatic observers were busy this week trying to decipher the diplo-speak at Monday's Texas ranch summit between Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and President George W. Bush. On Tuesday press accounts of the meeting varied widely with some sto- ries emphasizing the two leaders' strong agreement on the impending Gaza disengagement, others focusing on continuing conflict over Israel's settlements policies. "The coverage was all over the place," said an official with a major Jewish organization here. "And it depended pretty much on who was doing the spinning " At a Monday press conference in Crawford, President Bush said that "I told the Prime Minister of my con- cern that Israel not undertake any activity that contravenes road map obligations or prejudice final status negotiations. Therefore, Israel s...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p05-08 6/30/05 10:47 AM Page 5 -e April 14,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post John Paul II is remembered as a man of peace, and a trailblazer By Rabbi Arthur Schneier NEW YORK (JTA) — "When a righteous person dies it is as though all are considered to be his relatives." The talmudic rabbis never imagined that those words would one day describe a pope. Yet that's precisely the legacy of Pope John Paul II, who reached out to all mankind with a message of human dignity peace and rec- onciliation. Having first met the future pope in Warsaw in 1967, when he was still known as Karol Wojtyla, I am convinced that his Weltan- schauung, or worldview, was shaped by having grown up a few miles from the hell on earth that was Auschwitz, the graveyard of my grandparents and other members of my family. As a Holocaust survivor, I was touched by Wojtyla's sensitivity to the Shoah and its lessons for the preservation of civilization. When he was pope, he never forgot ...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p05-08 6/30/05 10:25 AM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Dallas Doings Interfaith panel to focus on art and architecture this Sunday All are invited to attend the latest in a series of educational programs aimed at promotin g interfaith aware- ness and understanding among our three major faiths. The event, to be held Sunday, April 17, 3 p.m., at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Dallas will have as its topic "Art and Architecture—How It Relates to Our Sacred Spaces." The Jewish speaker will be Jaynie Scbultz Romaner, well-known Jewish educator, teaching now in the Melton School of Adult Jewish Edu- cation. Since so many Jewish religious ceremonies take place in the home, at which time a home becomes a sacred space, she will show slides of Jewish religious art objects and synagogues from the Diaspora Museum in Israel and the Skirball Museum in Los Angeles, while discussing the religious and spiritual significance to us as Jews. Mu...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p05-08 6/30/05 10:48 AM Page 7 -e April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post No more Sailing asleep - helping your kids survive the seder By Melissa Maroff Who says Passover - a favorite holiday for adults - can't be fun for kids? Lyndall Miller, coordinator for Jewish early childhood education at Gratz College in Philadelphia, travels the country teaching parents how to plan for Pesach and involve their children in the seder experi- ence. She brought her workshop to Solomon Schechter Academy last week and armed some local moms and dads with tips for keeping the kids engaged and awake. "Parents wear many hats during Pesach," Miller explains..."rabbi, Jewish story teller, and game show host." Her first suggestion for making the job easier is to set up a "Pesach Playroom," an area containing puz- zles, books, props, costumes, etc. - anything to do with Pesach. "While adults are playing their way, children can play their own way." Workshop attendees were of va...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p05-08 6/30/05 10:49 AM Page 8 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Channeling and updating bubbe, cook recreates Passover memories By Linda Morel NEW YORK, (JTA) —The first time Tina Wasserman prepared gefilte fish for Passover, it smelled up her whole house. The fish was past its prime, but it wasn't spoiled, so "it didn't make my family sick," she says. But still, the experience was so horrifying that she didn't attempt to prepare gefilte fish again for many years. Wasserman, who is Reform Judaism Magazine's food columnist, has learned a thing or two about gefilte fish since then. First, you must buy fresh fish. Now that seafood is so popular, that's much easier to do now than it was in the 1970s, when Wasserman started out. And she's discovered that there's no need to boil fish patties for three hours, as old-fashioned recipes instructed. In fact, Wasserman sug- gests cooking gefilte fish for a mere 2 5 minutes. As she talks about gefilte fish, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 April 2005

TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p09-12 6/30/05 10:55 AM Page 9 April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post adding warm broth to the other ingredients. "Also make sure that the mixture looks runny when you pour it into the casserole," she adds. Although she doesn't recom- mend assembling ingredients in the casserole and holding them for hours before baking because you'll end up with a mess, you can bake the kugel covered with foil. Uncover it during the last 15 minutes to brown and serve immediately, or prepare it in advance and reheat uncovered in the microwave. "Do not reheat in the oven as you'll lose track of time and it will dry out!" she warns. Wasserman is a bit like the bubbe you wished you had, or the one who is no longer here to help you cook holiday foods. When she first moved to Dallas, she taught cooking at the Jewish Community Center. "People figured if I'm from New York, I must know something," she says. But Wasserman is a second- generation American, and many of her Dallas s...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p09-12 5/26/05 12:19 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 ;a 'Linda eteria Food freshly prepared from scratch daily Famous Desserts Freshly Baked Breads Also providing Ready To Go Meals M-SAT 11-8 • SUN 11-3 1200 M Buckner Phone: 214-324-5000 • Fax Orders: 214-324-8000 Celebrating a Special Occasion? Rentals from M&M complete every celebration! 4* Tents "v* Dishware "v* Fresh Floral & Tables ❖ Flatware -v- Chafers, Coolers •y- Chairs Glassware <> Theme decor -v* Linens "v* Lighting "v* Prop Packages ^//!\^ 214-35C 5 'www.mmspecialevents.com Weddings - Mitzvahs - Corporate Events - Graduations - Theme Parties Wishing Everyone A Happy Passover MECHANICAL V, CONTRACTORS J CUSTOM MADE IU00R WEATHER COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL • INSTITUTIONAL TACL A370C (214) 631-1010 www.kahnmechanical.coin Vou Like to Celebrate A Passover Seder with Friend s? (a 'Comrl Ch°Verlm «n9regation the 2nd night of Passover. Sunday, April 24 6 PM Adat C...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p09-12 6/30/05 10:56 AM Page 11 -& O- on ARM! !.M — barkan Fine Wines & Great Spirits Dallas' Largest Selection of Kosher Passover Wines and Spirits Featuring a New Selection of Kosher Wines from Around the World Including: Baron Herzog, Golan, Manischewitz, Mogen David, Kedem, Carmel Wines Kosher Spirits Including: Slivovitz, Brandies, Vodkas, Liqueurs and more... Kosher Wine Showcase Join us from 5-7pm Thursday, April 21 at our Addison location for a Kosher wine event featuring new style Kosher wines for Passover, from Israel, Australia, Chile, Italy and California. RSVP for this event with David Waddington at 972-387-9873 or stored 5 wine(a$igels. com #1 5757 Greeville Ave. 214-739-4012 #5 15003 Inwood 972-387-9873 #7 5636 Lemmon Ave. 214-352-2291 #8 909 Abrams 972-480-8484 www.sigeCs.com

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p09-12 6/30/05 10:57 AM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Arts & Culture Novia Que Te Yea' (Like a Bride) is beautifully veiled By Susan Kandell Wilkofsky The search for Jewish identity is the centerpiece of this charming (and often humorous) coming-of-age story set in Mexico in the 1960s. Based on Rosa Nissan's novel, "Like a Bride/Like a Mother," the opening sequence (beautifully shot in black and white) reveals the bewilderment of the Sephardic Mataraso family as they arrive in Mexico from Turkey in 1927. Even as a child, Oshinica (Claudette Maille) understood the drill, but balks at her parents' old- fashioned mores and heavy-handed family expectations. While her mother encourages her to learn sewing, Oshi longs to go to college and be a painter. Her best friend, Rifke (Maya PROFOUNDLY MOVING! A Noble and Humanizing work" • Chris Vognar. DALLAS MORNING-NEWS LJRLK°NURTER Can a new generation ronive the sins of the past? D^/in '...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl3-15 6/30/05 11:02 AM Page 13 -e April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 SlMCHAS New Citizens Adam Seth Dubner Michael and Stephanie Dubner of Piano joyfully announce the birth of their son, Adam Seth, on July 26,2004, at Medical Center of Piano. Adam weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparent honors are shared by Ronald and Terye Dubner of Piano and Jay and Betty Epstein of Houston. Adam was given the Hebrew name Avraham Shmuel in loving memory of his maternal great-grandfather, Abraham (Al) Epstein, and his paternal great- grandfather, Sidney Bock. He is also the great-grandson of Ruth Bock of Piano and Jacob and Sophie Gluckman of Houston and the late William and Rose Dubner of Dallas. Samuel William Goldfarb Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Bayer of Dallas are proud to announce the birth of their first grandson, Samuel William to Rysse and Brian Goldfarb of New York City on Feb. 19, 2005. Samuel weighed in at 5 lbs. 13.2 oz. He was born at ...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl3-15 6/30/05 11:04 AM Page 14 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Let Tom numb help you Celebrate Passover The Story of Passover Passover, in Hebrew called Pesach, is the celebration of the ancient Hebrews' escape from slavery in Egypt 3,000 years ago. Moses was a messenger of God who pleaded with Pharaoh to let the Hebrews go. When Pharaoh refused, God sent ten plagues as punishment. The tenth and ultimate plague was the slaying of the first born. God "passed'over" the Israelites and struck down only the Egyptian first born. That night Pharaoh finally agreed to free the Hebrews. In their haste to escape, the Israelites had no time to let the dough rise for bread, and so they carried with them matzah as their only provisions. Since then, Jews worldwide gather together on that same night for a ceremonial feast called a Seder, to remember that time of bondage and to celebrate and contemplate the Marlene Sorosky importance of freedom. Recipe 9 The ...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl3-15 6/30/05 10:38 AM Page 15 -e April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 DALLAS DOINGS continued from page 6 David always knew that he wanted to own his own business one day. Shortly after graduating with a degree in corporate communica- tions from the University of Texas at Austin, he went to work as a broker for an employee benefits firm for three years. There, he broadened his industry know! edge and experience, and has used that background as a springboard to establish his business. David is actively involved in the local community. He serves as social chairman in the Young Adults Divi- sion of the lewish Federation of Greater Dallas. He is also a member of the National Association of Health Underwriters. In his spare time, David enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He can be reached at (972)-241-0044 or dgoldfarb@dsgbenefits.com. Rosenthal is goalkeeper for Maccabiah Games Jeff Rosenthal of Dallas has been named goalkeeper for the ...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl6-17 6/30/05 11:09 AM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Real Estate Making your seder an affair to remember Bring Passover home with the right decor By Felisa Billet Many Passover hostesses feel enslaved by the amount of effort that goes into making an elegant seder table. On the holiday of freedom, the only thing to which you should be enslaved is your creativity By using your imagination and listening to the tried-and-true advice of the experts, you can create a stylish and sophisticated Passover seder that will have your guests wishing for another invitation next year. The setting An unordinary setting can have a dramatic effect. Elie Neuman, pro- gram coordinator of Pesach with the Chevrah in Rancho Mirage, Cali- fornia, often has special requests to prepare private seder tables over- rm DIANE BENJAMIN www.diancbenjamin.com dianeb@airmail.net 214-443-1224 Preston Hollow, North Dallas Piano and Park Cities ®Ije legenb of -Preston...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl6-17 6/30/05 11:09 AM Page 17 -e April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 17 Create a fresh fruit topiary for your seder table Topiary, the art of ornamental gar- dening, dates back to the 18th century. Often found in Colonial and Victorian decor, it is easy to re-create with Styrofoam, real or dried greenery, fruit and flowers. Lemons, limes, oranges, apples, and pomegranates work especially well, although use whatever you feel will look best on your table. You will need: A large decorative vase with a round opening; 2 floral moss blocks or Styrofoam balls, spray painted green; 1-2 ft. thin round wooden pole, spray painted green; willow vine sprays; Spanish moss; box of U-pins; 10-20 green hydrangea, depending on size; green floral wire; green floral tape; various pieces of fruit, such as 20 lemons or limes, 10 oranges or apples, and smaller accenting fruit and nuts such as purple grapes, cranberries, strawberries, chestnuts; 12 inch wooded sticks, suc...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl8-20 6/30/05 12:24 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Administrative Assistant Full time, highly motivated, enthusiastic individual to provide administrative support to Assistant Rabbi and his program team for life-cycle events, congregational programs, committees, educational classes, worship services ana pastoral and communal work. Desirable candidate will possess outstanding interpersonal skills, be detail oriented and have strong oral, written and telephone communication skills with knowledge of Judaism. Strong computer experience including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Outlook. Pleasant working environment, company-paid health and dental, retirement, paicfriolidays. Please send resume and salary requirements to: ssalom@tedallas.org Temple Administrator Congregation Beth Israel seeks a dedicated professional to manage overall temple administration. The Administrator is responsible for directing, administering and coordinat...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl8-20 6/30/05 12:25 PM Page 19 -e April 14,2005 Calendar In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Friday, April 15 A celebration of Shabbat through music, song, and dance 6p.m. This energetic Shir Chadash service in the Karlebach-style features guitar music, singing and dancing,followed by a traditional Shabbat dairy dinner. $10/adults; $6/children. RSVP to Leah Given, (214) 361-6606, ext. 208 or lgiven@shearith.org. Register online at www.shearith.org. Congregation Shearith Israel 9401 Douglas Ave., Dallas Saturday, April 16 The Wise Academy 1st Annual Masters Miniature Golf Tournament and Dinner Dance 6:30p.m. Dinner catered by Blue Mesa. Minia- ture golf, silent auction and dancing to the music of Jerry Samuels and Nick and The Pony Express. Tickets are $50 per person. RSVP to (214) 739-3636 or rsvp@thewiseacademy.org. Temple Emanu-EI Tobian Entrance 8500 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas Sunday, April 17 Open House Pre-Pesach Carnival for "Summer Experience" Noon Bake your...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 pl8-20 6/30/05 12:28 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Synagogue Services Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday, April 15,7:39 p.m. 1 Friday, April 22,7:44 p.m. ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence Pkwy., Ste. A, Piano (972) 491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr LawrenceS. Goldman, President FRIDAY: Tot Shabbal-6:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Torah Study-9 a.m. Bat Mitzvah of Mandy Wagner-10:30 a.m. CONGREGATION ANSHAI TORAH (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. 6:4 5 a.m. Sun.-9:15am. Nat'l. Holidays-8:30 a.m. EVENING MINYAN: T &W-&15 p.m. Morning Minyan-6:45 am. 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...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p21-24 6/30/05 12:30 PM Page 21 April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Torah Portion Texas Jewish Post 21 Parshat Metzorah: Leviticus 12:1-13:59 EFRAT, Israel - "And He shall restore the heart of the fathers to the children and the heart of the chil- dren to their fathers." (Malachi 3:24) This coming Sabbath - at least as far as the Rabbinical homily (drashah) before the festival of Passover is concerned - is known as Shabbat Hagadol, or the Great Sab- bath. In a usual calendar year, when there are at least several days between the Sabbath and Passover, we read on Shabbat Hagadol the prophetic portion from Malachi, who speaks of the "great and awe- some day" which will precede the redemption. It is actually Elijah the prophet who will herald this day, and Elijah's major task will be "to restore the hearts of the parents to their children and the hearts of the children to their parents." Apparently our prophet under- stood that the major issue facing each and every one of...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p21-24 6/30/05 12:31 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Health Shalom Bayit Family secrets By Ellen J. Elliston All families have secrets. Some secrets are good and others are harmful or destructive. Violence or abuse within the family is one of the destructive secrets that can be the most harmful to individual family members, and to the family as a whole. In January Ariella Goldstein discussed some of the issues involved in domestic vio- lence within Jewish households. This month, I would like to explore that subject further through the types of questions and comments we hear so often about families. "Can both men and women be abused in marriages?" Yes, wives or husbands can be victims of abuse, but from national statistics we have seen that women are the victims in the largest majority of cases, especially where physical abuse is involved. In cases where the abuse is pri- marily psychological, some Relief Now. Health For A Lifetim...

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TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p21-24 6/30/05 12:31 PM Page 23 -e April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Around the Town with Rene Giving the gift of music Joe and Ruth Sheinberg of Corpus Christi have close ties to ourtown. Raised in Fort Worth, he's a member of a pioneer family, the son of the late Pauline and Sam Sheinberg, and the brother of Dr. Philip and Nancy Sheinberg. Long- time A&M-Corpus Christi supporters, Joe and Ruth are fans of classical music and while attending a Corpus Christi Symphony concert Ruth Sheinberg thought of the per- fect gift for the university's Performing Arts Center - a piano. On Thursday, Feb. 24, the Per- forming Arts Center received the gift of a Steinway concert grand piano that will be used by guest performers, student ensemble groups and guest musicians with the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra. According to the Corpus Christi Caller Times, "Ruth Sheinberg said she and her husband were at the symphony when she decided on the perfect gift...

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