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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 April 2005

TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p21-24 6/30/05 12:33 PM Page 24 -e 24 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 AROUND THE TOWN continued from page 23 JEAto honor beloved faculty The Jewish Education Agency of Fort Worth and Tarrant County will honor Shoshana Howard, Lil Goldman Early Learning Center Director, and Jaclyn Daiches, preschool teacher, for their years of dedicated service. Both are retiring at the end of this school year. The event will be held on Sat- urday, June 4, during Shabbat services at Congregation Ahavath Sholom in Fort Worth. There will be a kiddush luncheon following ser- vices. The entire community is invited to attend. If you would like to participate as a sponsor, please contact Sherry Mann at (817) 294-9421 or Naomi Rosenfield at (817) 246-3908. News 'n notes Though clouds at times were threatening on Sunday, the weather held out in favor for Tiferet Israel's highly successful Annual Kosher Chili Cook-off in Dallas. It was a fun day and I was happy to see Bobb...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 April 2005

TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p25-28 6/30/05 12:39 PM Page 25 -e April 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 25 DEMONSTRATORS continued from page 1 Palestinian flag at the Peace House, established by dovish groups to press various anti-war causes shortly after Bush's 2000 election. Not that the locals seem to mind the intrusion—or even to notice it. While dozens of reporters crowded into the front part of Crawford Middle School, the kids had an'outside" day, spending much of it on the track in back of the school — not an uncommon occur- rence, considering the frequency of world leaders' visits to Crawford. Commercial enterprises naturally enjoy the attention. "Fly Waco," a bill- board outside the nearest commercial airport reads. "Presidents, prime min- isters and princes do." This wasn't the first visit by an Israeli prime minister to a Texas ranch: Levi Eshkol and President Lyndon Johnson forged the U.S.-Israel strategic partner- ship at LBJ's ranch in January 1968. That agreement pave...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 April 2005

TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p25-28 6/30/05 12:39 PM Page 26 -e 26 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year April 14,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I fjr.t By Harriet P. Gross The Jews of Westpoint My uncle, a World War II veteran, has sent me a copy of something I never saw before - a 14-page publication called "The Tablets" - from a place I never before thought much about in connec- tion with Judaism - West Point, the United States Mili- tary Academy. "The Tablets" appears in large type at the top of the first page, flanked by two stylized ones drawn as we Often repre- sent what Moses brought down from Sinai: rounded at their tops,"engraved" with the first letters of the Command- ments. But here these tablets are superimposed on American flags, the extremities of ceremonial swords seeming to float between them. Directly below is this somewhat cryptic (to me, anyway) issue dedica- tion: "To the memory of PFC Sheldon Hawk Eagle of the Lakota Sioux Nation, who served with the 101st BN DIV in Iraq. He...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 April 2005

TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p25-28 6/30/05 12:40 PM Page 27 -e April 14,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 27 Don t pass over these wonderful sweets One of the supreme compliments a cook can earn is that of being referred to as a "good bake." A good bake is someone who knows just how to prepare the most delicious desserts - sweet, moist and beau- tiful. When it comes to the challenges of dessert baking for Passover, some of the best "bakes" are those who are prepared with tried and true recipes. Many of these people create a Passover baking bible - a collec- tion of recipes that isn't some fancy, expensive gourmet tome. That way, they can create the best recipes each year. Often, the formulations are assembled in a "Passover binder" - a collection of family recipes or those from congregation or religious organization cookbooks. Some are neat (typed and concise). Other are scribbled on stained index cards, lined note- book paper or in written margins of other books. Some of the ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 April 2005

TJP V59-15 04-14-05 p25-28 6/30/05 12:41 PM Page 28 28 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year A^pilil 4^0095 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 28 A Albertsons Helping make your life easier. in meat dept. Kosher Fresh Whole ■ Turkey I No Rain Checks. Kosher Del Hours Sun-Th urs, 9am *til 9pm Friday 8am 'til 5pm LUtfLLz: Wvvx, W ^ tisfl Shop Albertsons For All Your Kosher Needs Kosher Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast No Rain Checks. 99 lb. Glatt Kosher Un-Cut Whole Briskets No Rain Checks. 99 lb. BUY LI CLLLL GET SALE Prices Effective pril 15 thru April 21 ■Yl Select varieties. Mix or Match Only $3.99 Package 1341 W.Campbell Rd. Richardson," x Ph# 972-437-2896 Pareve Italian French Bread Pareve Turnovers 4 Count Assorted Flavors Select varieties. Mix or Match. Only $3.99 Package Pareve Min i Muffins 12 Count Assorted Flavors I 7 DAYS OF SAVINGS PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 14 THRU APRIL 20,2005 THUR FRI SAT SUN MON TUES WED 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 VISA dERICAN Coit & Campbell Location Limited...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p01-04 4/19/05 5:22 PM Page 1 Thursday, April 21,2005 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post 12 Nisan 5765 WE WANT YOU! Jewish, Christian, Muslim Daughters of Abraham turn respect into friendships 3 Young Israelis find . haven in fledgling *** North Dallas synagogue Maccabi enlists nearly 500 host families, 1 i| interested volunteers \ i urged to register VOLUME 59 NO. 16 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 n v

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p01-04 4/19/05 5:22 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 NEWS ANALYSIS Report: More withdrawals planned By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — Buoyed by American support for his plan to evacuate Israeli settlements from the Gaza Strip and northern West Bank, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon reportedly is considering a second unilateral "disengagement" that will determine Israel's permanent bor- ders. Though Sharon strongly denies such a plan, and President Bush continues to insist on a negotiated Israeli-Palestinian agreement based on the internationally approved "road map" peace plan, the Israeli political establishment is in an uproar over the idea. At their mid-April summit in Crawford, Texas, Sharon and Presi- dent Bush agreed on the potentially historic importance of Sharon's first disengagement, scheduled for the summer, and agreed that the next step should be Israeli • Palestinian peace talks based on the road map. But Sharon fears th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p01-04 4/19/05 5:48 PM Page 3 -e April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post Interfaith group celebrates common ground Jewish, Christian, Muslim Daughters of Abraham turn respect into friendships By Steve Israel Staff Writer FORT WORTH—A group of Jewish, Christian and Muslim women who joined forces after the terrorist acts of Sept. 11, 2001 to promote under- standing and friendship came together again last week to recognize two advocates of crime victims. The 45 women have been meeting nearly every month, enjoying each other's company and discussing spiritual and cultural similarities and differences among their faiths. They gather, as the Daughters of Abraham, in each other's synagogues, churches, mosques and homes. "As a group that believes in peaceful relationships, it seemed fit- ting to honor those who serve victims of violence day in and day out," said Janice Lord, a founder of the group and mistress of cere- monies at last week's program, held on the gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p01-04 4/19/05 5:21 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Washington Watch By James D. Besser TJP Washington Correspondent Judicial wars get uglier Jewish leaders reacted with alarm to the latest escalation in the conser- vative war against the federal judiciary — and the growing use of religious invective as ammunition. "The stakes have been raised — and in a particularly inflammatory way" said Marc Stern, legal director for the American Jewish Congress. "What remains to be seen is what the political and public ramifications of this could be." Rallying to support Republican threats to change Senate rules to bar filibusters on judicial nominations, conservative groups like the Family Research Council have increasingly turned to claims that "liberal" judges and their supporters are waging all- out war against Christians. Last week Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) ignited a firestorm when he agreed to appear on an April 24 simulcast...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p05-08 4/19/05 5:52 PM Page 5 -e April 21,2005 Opinion Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post he democratic revolution? How does one make sense of all the talk about the "democratic revolution" that seems to he sweeping the planet, not only in the Ukraine and Kyr- gyzstan, but also now supposedly spreading to the Middle East? It has been pointed out that in less than 30 years we have seen the rise of between 70 and 80 new democracies. If there is now the beginning of a second wave, could it also engulf the Arab world? To some extent the recent focus on democratization can be attributed to the fact that President Bush's for- eign policy handbook appears to have been bor- rowed from Natan Sharansky, the former Soviet dissi- dent and currently a Knesset member. The short answer is that it is really too early to tell if the democ- racy glass is half full or half empty. Pessimists about the spread of democracy in the Middle East will surely be pleasantly surprised if they a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p05-08 4/19/05 5:40 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Dallas Doings JCC senior adult current issues Back by popular interest, Elvira and Dr. Mihai Nadin will speak again at the Aaron Family JCC on Wednesday April 27 at 11 a.m. on their book, "Jewish: Does It Make a Difference?" The authors posed this question to hundreds of Jews from all walks of life ranging from internationally known personalities to the everyday Jew in France, Germany, Italy, Gambia and even Iraq. The question prompted unique and often unex- pected responses. The book presents over two hun- afeuvy/f/ -e- Harrell and Marilyn Pallet with son, Kevin, and father, Ervin Donsky This Passover, ask yourself these four questions. How can I make a difference in the Dallas Jewish community? How can I be sure the Jewish institutions that have been meaningful to me and my family will be here for future generations? How can I enable my annual charitable gifts to keep giving forever...

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

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p05-08 4/19/05 5:40 PM Page 7 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post Meet the matzah By Batsim'a Pomerantz (IPS) Matzah is such a central com- ponent of Passover that one of the names the holiday goes by is Chag HaMatzot (holiday of the matzahs). Matzah, or unleavened bread, is a reminder of the food hastily prepared and eaten by the Jews leaving Egypt during the Exodus and is made only of water and flour. Also known as "bread of affliction" (lechem oni), its cost reflects its scrupulous preparation and the importance of the mitzvah of eating matzah at the seder. According to the Torah, one is both obligated to eat matzah and prohibited from eating hametz (leaven), derived from the ferment- ing of five types of grain: wheat, bar- ley, oats, rye and spelt. Many Jews shop for processed foods and food products that have a proper rabbini- cal endorsement (hekhsher) specifi- cally for Passover. Throughout the rapid process of making kosher matzah, bakers repea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p09-12 4/19/05 5:24 PM Page 9 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post Hillel, community coalition bring Elie Wiesel to UT AUSTIN—On April 11, a capacity crowd of 3,000 sat in complete silence at the University of Texas' Bass Concert Hall as Governor Rick Perry introduced Nobel Peace Lau- reate, Dr. Elie Wiesel: "We're here to honor a man who has made remembrance of the Holocaust into a vision," Perry said. "His message is one we must all heed, as he casts a light on man's darkest hour." As Wiesel approached the podium to a standing ovation, he joked, "The last time I was in Texas, and introduced by the governor, he became president." But Wiesel's hour-long presenta- tion was solemn, reflective and delivered straight from the heart - without notes. He described selected experiences and memories of Auschwitz during World War II. He prefaced his thoughts by explaining the difficulty in finding the right language to convey the atrocities of the Nazi regime: "B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p09-12 4/19/05 5:25 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue he big man of b'shert April 21,2005 Senior By Harriet P. Gross I'd like to introduce you to my Uncle Aaron, an amazing man. And one who sometimes doesn't have to worry about making lemonade out of the lemons life hands him, because life often seems to come through with lemonade in the first place, all ready to pour. More about that soon. But first, a bit of background. Aaron is a healthy, vital 90-year- old. One thing life has not given him is a mate to match his vigor. He has already outlived two wonderful wives. He'd probably marry again, if he ever finds the right woman again. But for now- he's content "just" to see thin gs, and to do things. To help life make things happen for him. Uncle Aaron has always especially loved two things: business, and travel. About the first: he likes to start up new small businesses, grow them, make something of them, then hand them off and start up something e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p09-12 4/19/05 5:26 PM Page 11 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 11 Immigrant stories personalize retelling of Exodus By Jane Ulman ENCINO, Calif.(JTA) — "Jews tell stories. That's the most important thing we do. It tells us about our past," my son Danny, 14, says. And Passover is the quintessential story-telling holiday. Four times (Exodus 12:26, 13:8 and 13:14 and Deuteronomy 6:20} the Torah commands us to tell our children the story of the Exodus. "And you shall explain to your child on that day, 'It is because of what the Lord did for me when I went forth from Egypt,' " according to Exodus 13:8. And four times during the seder we tell the story. We ask the Four Questions. We relate the story in ways each of the Four Sons understands. We recount the Ten Plagues and sing "Go Down Moses," "The Frog Song" and "Dayeinu." And we explain the three symbols of Passover: the lamb shank, the maror and the matzah. For this story of the Israelites'jour- ney f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p09-12 4/19/05 5:26 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 'Best 'Wislies jor a Happy 'Passover 1401 N. Carroll 214-824-2036 ;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 N. Buckner Phone: 214-324-5000 • Fax Orders: 214-324-8000 CHABAD OF PLANO/COLLIN COUNTY'S IEWISH LEARNING INSTITUTE B in human history pired so much hope ignited so much debate. -Q- To learr more, join us for our spring semester 8 Tuesdays, 7:30 - 9:00 p.m., May 10 - June 28 Lang Chabad Center, 3904 W. Park Blvd., Piano Cost: $100, includes textbook Instructor: Rabbi Menachem Block Call (972) 596-8270 or email coanect@ttiabadplano.org to RSVP Visit us online at www.chabadplano.org TonvFleo For Dallas City Council, District 12 Tony Fleo. A lifetime of listening and solving tough problems. I pledge to: Be your independent voice at City Hall Protect our neighborhoods...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl3-15 4/19/05 5:33 PM Page 13 -e April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 13 garnered much attention. So much so, her Chanukah piece on display at Golden Acres had to be closed off from "touchy" onlookers. It con- tained "chocolate gelt" with an embossed finish that so closely resembled the real thing, people just had to see for themselves. She plans to delve further into 3-D."It's very challenging and fun." Richman credits her husband Mike for his encouragement and direction. "He has been so sup- portive, and signed me up for Arts Fest without my knowing it. Once he signed me up, I took it and ran with it." Her design background lends well to self-marketing and promotion. "Pop Art is who I am right now. It's being well-received and I plan to keep coming up with new ideas for theme and dimension," vows Richman, who asserts: "My art cap- tures the spirit of ludaism - the happy, celebratory part." To view the works of Debbie Richman and for informa- tion on ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl3-15 4/19/05 5:35 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Wishing the Dallas Metroplex Jewish Community a Happy Passoverl Enriching the lives of Jewish teens in a fun and positive environment For further information, please call BdTO 214-363-4654 B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Dale Hansen says... Donate a vehicle. Change a life forever! IfvlvlKI4? W'J?' 57 m Wfkmm-A TEXANS CAN! Change a life this year! Donate your car, truck, boat or van to Texans Can! today. -e- A Texas charity helping Texas kids! (972) 445-5437 I TexansCanCarsForKids.org ULTIMATE ROCK N ROLL DAY CAMP • A real rock & roll experience • For musicians age 11-17 • Instruction on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, vocals • Campers are grouped with others to form a band £ perform in front of family & friends • Campers meet and hear rock stars SUMMER 2005 SCHEDULE June 13-17 • June 20-24 June 27-July 1 At Holy Trinity Academy 13555 Hillcrest Rd, Dallas EVERYONE'S TALKING ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl3-15 4/19/05 5:36 PM Page 15 -e April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 15 DALLAS DOINGS continued from page 6 Shapiro sworn in as Governor for a Day Earlier this month, on April 9, State Senator Florence Shapiro (R-Plano) was sworn in as the first Governor of Texas from Piano, fol- lowing a half-century tradition allowing the president pro-tempore of the Texas Senate to be inaugurated as Governor for a Day. Shapiro is second in line for the governor's seat and, with Governor Rick Perry and Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst out of the state, she State Senator Florence Shapiro of Piano is sworn in as Governor for a Day. was given all gubernatorial responsi- bilities for the day. The Governor for a Day inauguration ceremony and ensuing activities provide the member the opportunity to show- case Texans from his or her district. "As Governor for a Day, I am proud to represent Texas and the things that make Texas great: our people, our values, and our future...

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