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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl6-17 4/19/05 5:59 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 May your TesacFi observance inspire acts of justice and righteousness. NCJ £ A FAITH IN THE FUTURE. A BELIEF IN ACTION." For over a century, the National Council of Jewish Women has been at the forefront of social change, championing the needs of women, children and families, and working to ensure individual rights and freedoms for all. National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Dallas Section 219 Preston Royal Shopping Center, Suite 9 Dallas TX 75230 • 214.368.4405 www.ncjwdallas.org • info@ncjwdallas.org Just Say You Saw it in the, Texas Jewish Post f mediterranean eand Excitement to Yourt°s*' PLATTERS TASTY KAB0BS ( DESSERTS V Join us for Our Award-Winning Middle Eastern & Vegetarian Recipes! Dallas: 3001 Knox St. Ste. 110 (214) 528-1800 Dallas: 14902 Preston 00 Ste, 512 (972) 023-8500 Frisco: 2787 Preston R(1. Ste. 1100 (972) 712-1600 y^ww.fadiscuisine.com^ 1111111111111111...

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

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl6-17 4/19/05 5:53 PM Page 17 -e April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 17 Wise parents master annual fundraiser Score it a hole in one for The Wise Academy Parents' Association after bringing 140 guests to their biggest annual fundraiser of the school year and the first Masters Miniature Golf Tournament and Dinner Dance on Saturday night. Some creativity and hard work gave Temple Emanu-El's Tobian Auditorium a dual identity for the evening. Balloon-festooned dinner tables and 150 silent auction items filled the north end of the hall, while a portable 12 hole mini-golf course attracted a stream of golf putters to the south side. Event Chair Jeff Lust and Par- ents' Association Co-Presidents Sharon Balaban and Kristyle Solomon were supported by com- mittee members Julie Raffkind, Liz Bleiberg, Steve Enda, Mireille Allen, Jeanette Herzmark, Debbie Nie- derman, Sharon Redd and Ruth Spirer and Head of School Dr. Caren Edelstein. The live auction gave new hom...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl8-20 4/19/05 5:43 PM Page 18 18 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 14,2005 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.hfghpointmanorfnn.com Tours Inc. SAFE, QUALITY BUS TRANSPORTATION For Groups Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs TRAVEL ANYWHERE IN THE (I.S.A. 972-721-0545 www.eaqletoursinc.com phil§eagletoursinc.com DUCKY-BOB'S arty & Tent Rentals Bringing experience to the table. Fort Worth Carrollton 817-370-8400 972-381-8000 www.duckybobs.com Tables, Chairs Linens, Glasses Silver, China Tents, Dance Floor and so much more... for your Bar/Bat Mitzvah Wedding, Rehearsal Reception, Bithday Anniversary, Retirement Grand Opening, Celebration and so ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl8-20 4/19/05 5:43 PM Page 19 -e April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 19 Doing the Passover shuffle: Matzah versus wine, via iPod By Rabbi Joshua Hammerman STAMFORD, Conn., (JTA) — As Passover approaches this year, I find myself particularly conflicted. I am usually a big fan of matzah, that perfect embodiment of stabil- ity and steadfastness, that essence of uniformity and flatness. Matzah never changes. Put a box of Manischewitz in a time capsule, and in 1,000 years it will taste as fresh as the day it was made. Matzah is indelible. Wherever it goes, it stays; whether that be on the dining room rug, the school cafe- teria or the human digestive system. That's why it is such a powerful visual aid in retelling the story of the Exodus. You can't avoid it. Its crumbs are everywhere! Matzah is the symbol of planned perfection. If the operative word for Passover is "order" — seder in Hebrew — matzah is quintessen- tially controlled; scrutinized closely fro...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 pl8-20 4/19/05 5:45 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Calendar Wednesday, April 27 Jewish - Does it Make a Difference? 11 a.m. Elvira and Dr. Mihai Nadin posed this question to hundreds of Jews from all walks of life around the world, and wrote a book based on the unique and often unexpected responses. The Nadins return as guest speakers in this install- ment of the JCC Senior Adult Current Issues series. Aaron Family JCC 7900 Northaven Rd, Dallas Thursday, April 28 Redesigning Your Career 1 p.m. Mitch Jacobs, Career Management Counselor with Jewish Family Service, will guide "career changers" and job seekers on how to expand their career opportunities and uncover potential alternative occupations and opportuni- ties. Cost is $40, with only advance registrations taken and limited enroll- ment. A free workbook will be provided. For more information, contact Mitch Jacobs, (972) 437-9950. Jewish Family Service 5402 Arapaho Rd., Dallas Tues...

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

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p21-24 4/19/05 5:55 PM Page 21 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 21 in Brief Can bariatric surgery alone lead to that svelte look? As more Americans opt for bariatric surgery to help achieve massive weight loss, the number of follow-up plastic surgery procedures to rid patients of excess skin left after the initial surgery also is increasing. Body contouring surgeries needed for patients to attain optimal weights and body shapes after bariatric surgery usually number at least two, and often three or four. These proce- dures are considered major, invasive surgeries - unlike the image often painted by reality television, says Dr. Jeffrey Kenkel, vice chairman of plastic surgery at UT Southwestern Medical Center. "I don't think people always realize that they will have all that extra skin left," he says. "They've lost the weight, but they still look in the mirror and feel like they're fat." "Patients who are obese and con- sidering bariatric surgery nee...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p21-24 4/19/05 5:56 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Torah Portion Parshat Achrai Mot Shabbat Hagadol: Leviticus 16:1-18:30 EFRAT, Israel - This is one of those special years when the day directly preceding Passover (the 14th day of the Hebrew month of Nissan) falls out on Shabbat. During ordinary times and under ordinary circumstances, the day preceding Passover is by far the most hectic of our entire Jewish calendar year: the evening before is the final search with a candlelight to ferret out any bit of leavening (chametz) which may still remain in the house, a por- tion of chametz is then put away for the following morning meal which must be concluded by the end of the fourth hour of the day (approxi- mately 9:30 a.m.), and then comes the final act of the burning of chametz as the symbol of the destruction of evil. Chametz, is after all, fermented and puffed-up matzah, thereby serving as a symbol of pride, materialism and hedonis...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p21-24 4/19/05 5:57 PM Page 23 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 23 Synagogue Services Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday, April 22,7:44 p.m. Friday, April 29,7:49 p.m. LIGHT Y0MT0V CANDLES Saturday, April 23,8:45 p.m. Sunday, April 24,8:45 p.m. Saturday, April 30,8:50 p.m. ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence Pkwy., Ste. A, Piano (972)491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr Lawrence S. Goldman, President FRIDAY: Erev Shabbat Service-7:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Torah Study-9 a.m. CONGREGATION ANSHAI TORAH (Conservative) 5501W Parker Rd., Piano (972) 473-7718 Rabbi Stefan Weinberg Cindy Moskowitz, President FRIDAY (April 22): Shabbat Servicer6:30 p.m. SATURDAY (April 23): Mincha/Maariv/Yom Tov Servicc 8:15 p.m. Candle Lighting Time-8:44 p.m. SUNDAY! April 24): Yom Tov Service-9:30 a.m. Mincha/Maariv/Yom Tov Service—8:30 p.m. Candle Lighting Time-8:45 p.m. MONDAY (April 25): Early Childhood Service-10:30am. Mincha/Maariv/Havdallah-8:30 p.m. THURSDAY (April ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p21-24 4/19/05 5:57 PM Page 24 -e 24 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Synagogue Services Topletz—9:15 a.m. Yom Tov Services, Beit Aryeh-9:30 a.m. Mincha/Maariv, Topletz-6 p.m. Yom Tov Candle Lighting time- after 8:30 p.m. MONDAY (April 25): Yom Tov Services, Topletz-9:15 a.m. Yom Tov Services, Beit Aryeh-9:30 a.m. Mincha/Maariv, Sablosky-6 p.m. FRIDAY (April 29): Yom Tov Services, Topletz-6:15 p.m. Yom Tov Services, Beit Aryeh-6:30 p.m. Shabbat and Yom Tov Candle Lighting Time-7:48 p.m. SATURDAY (April 30): Shabbat/Yom Tov Services, Topletz-9:15 a.m. Shabbat/Yom Tov Services, Beit Aryeh-9:30 a.m. Mincha/Shalosh Seudot/Maariv, Sablosky-7:30 p.m. Yizkbr Candles are lit before Yom Tov Candles Yom Tov Candle Lighting Time- after 8:33 p.m. SUNDAY (May l):Yom Tov Services/Yizkor,Main Sanctuary-9:15 a.m. Yom Tov Services/Yizkor, Beit Aryeh-9:30 a.m. Mincha/Maariv, Sablosky-6 p.m. Yom Tov ends-8:35 p.m. TIFERET ISRAEL CONGREGATION (Traditional) 10909 Hillcr...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p25-28 4/19/05 6:03 PM Page 25 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 25 'We Wish You and Tour -Coved Ones the greatest of Man's ^Blessings... a 'Peaceful World in Which to 'Enjoy Tour Jiealtfi & Jiappiness. f/yewt c(PiW/iex Jor a Carol & Steve Aaron Dawn & Todd Aaron Nicole Blue Angela & Gary Horowitz Erica & Craig Robins Tracy & Clay Aaron /or ft (-)cry -'/i/'** Dr. Donald & Lisa Schwarz, Evan & Andre w Roslyn & Larry Wechsler Anita & Jeff Bayer & Our Children, Rysse & Brian, Evan, Alec, Andrew, Shanna & Grandchild, Samuel William Arthur & Sheila Brown, Andrea & Scott Steuer, Elisa & James Sher, Meggan & Emily Mr. & Mrs. David Rosenberg & family Raymond & Manna Lambert & family Ruth W. Swaab & family We With cl£ou tfie Vmty fBeil Qwiing &amew> Jerrold, Julee, Darin & Gabrielle Grodin & Shoshana & Blake Zidell ^passerver [rfiUAes to {Put ^friends Q-...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p25-28 4/19/05 6:04 PM Page 26 26 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 esnre cm' a -A- Mr. & Mrs. Jack Altman & family Ruth & Dave Andres & family Mr. & Mrs. Murray Austein & family -B- Rabbi Murray & Bobbie Berger & family Dr. Lorin Berland & family Ken Blatt Susan & Fred Blend Osias & Rosa Blum & family Todd & Anita Chanon, Courtney Max & Rachel Vincent & Lilli O. Cirillo Bess Cohen & family -D- Moshe & Sarah, Neil & Yoni Degani, Rosie & Shani Nir Mr. & Mrs. Martin Donald & family Marna & Roy Edenson, Rachel & Tracy Charles Egalnick Marian Eisenberg & family Sylvia Feldman & family Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Frankel & family Shirley & Marvin Gardner Dorothy Rogoff Gell Toni & Harold Gernsbacher, Leigh & Jordan Mr. & Mrs. Abram Goldberg & family Shirley Anne Goldstein Sandra & Dan Gorman & family Drs. Guillermo & Jane Guzman...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p25-28 4/19/05 6:04 PM Page 27 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 27 eaee at andfialMn&ti orer. -A- Sidney & Barbara Ander & family Bernie & Ellen Appel -B- Louis & Madelyn Barnett David & Greta Beckerman George & Libbe Berger Herb & Faye Berkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Izzy Bloomberg & family Ann Bogart & family -C- Robert & Donna Chitcotsky Bootsie & Joseph Coggan Mr. & Mrs. Howard Cole & David -D- Hortense Deifik & family (Happy (Passover -E- Harry & Claire Eckles -G- Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Gachman & family Mr. & Mrs. Danny Gachman & family Mr. & Mrs. Iric Gachman & family Mr. & Mrs. Leon Gachman & family Shirley & Earl Givant Shirley & Larry Goodwin & family -H- Rita & Ted Hoffman & family -K- Blanche & David Karsner & family Hal & Mimi Klotz & family Mamie Korman -L- Mrs. Miriam Labovitz & family Dr. Michael & Etta Koren...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p25-28 4/19/05 6:05 PM Page 28 -e 28 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Around the Town with Rene Checkin' in with the mishpacha Like most of us, Corrine Jacobson enjoys her family. Recently she and her son, Ed Bond, went to Bloom- ington, Ind. to visit his daughter and her granddaughter Whitney, at Indiana University in honor of her upcoming college graduation. After that, Corrine was in San Francisco for her granddaughter Audrey Rae Jacobson's first birthday. Audrey's parents are Grant and Janine Jacobson. While in the "City by the Bay" Corrine also visited with her 'r ■*/ J L ?'9> Ari Bond, Grant Jacobson, Audrey Jacobson & Corrine Bond grandson Ari Bond, and daughter-in- law Eleanora Bond's daughter and family, Heidi and Herb Benenson and their young one, Jena. Corrine will spend the Passover holiday with her sister Maxine Newlander in Florida. Also Florida-bound for the holi- days is Elsie Blum, while Esther Rosen traveled to the West Coas...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p29-32 4/19/05 6:07 PM Page 29 April 21,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 29 from old newspapers and documents found only after her mother's death, Naava brings untold stories to life with stirring narrative, distinctive humor and the haunting authentic songs written in the Ghetto by her lyricist uncle, Leyb Rosenthal, especially for her mother to sing on the Ghetto stage. Dr. Javier Smolarz of Congrega- tion Ahavath Sholom will sing a cantorial solo. The evening is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Brite Divinity School and TCU Jewish Studies Program, Martin Hochster Memorial Post #755-Jewish War Veterans, The National Conference for Community and Justice, TCU Hillel/ University Ministries, Congregation Ahavath Sholom, Beth-El Congregation, Con- gregation Beth Shalom, and private community sponsors. For more infor- mation, please call the Federation office at (817) 569-0892. The event is open to the public, free of charge, ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p29-32 4/19/05 10:07 PM Page 30 -e 30 Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 21,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I Let Pesach begin Here comes Passover 2005! What a good time to look back on other Pesachs and relive some earlier happy memories. For me, it all begins with a bottle of Slivovitz. On our huge extended family's extended seder table when I was growing up, there was always a bottle of Slivovitz. Very little of it ever got drunk; certainly no one who ever took a drink ever did! In the pantry closet of the old family home, where an uncle and aunt of mine still live to this day, there is such a bottle, sitting on a shelf. I wouldn't be surprised if it were the very same bottle of my childhood memories... A shot of Slivovitz will give you a jolt, all right. But myZeyde got his jolt from the horseradish he made himself, every year, also to grace the Seder table. He would buy the root, grate it, stain it with beet juice, and set it aside to "age" until he was sat...

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

TJP V59-16 04-21-05 p29-32 4/19/05 6:08 PM Page 31 -e April 21,2005 Recipes Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post 31 New ways to enjoy old favorites There are some foods that are almost always reserved to the week of Pesach and special holidays. Matzah brie is one that quickly comes to mind. While some of us may eat matzah from time to time during the year (even buying it when it's not "the season"), most people just don't think of it as a year-round food. For that reason, we tend not to prepare matzah brie many other times of the year. For other holidays, we might eat matzah-ball soup and gefilte fish, though it's almost always on the table for Pesach. And while we like it all - from soup to fish to tzimmes to brie - many cooks are always looking for new ways to prepare old favorites. The most adventurou s will risk it all by serving new foods at the first seder. They'll change the gefilte fish, serve dif- ferent matzah balls (with ingredients people are not accustomed to), and forget t...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 April 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 28 April 2005

TJP V59-17 04-28-05 p01-04 4/26/05 2:35 PM Page 1 Thursday, April 28,2005 19 Nisan 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post m Jews welcome new pope, and hope that he builds on John Paul's legacy 2 Unlikely pair collaborates: Their dialogue tries building on Holocaust's lessons 3 Marking it's 10th year, Tarrant County Jewish 1 Q community turns out \ £ for Annual Mitzvah Day VOLUME 59 NO. 17 Top AIPAC staffers set to leave By Ron Kampeas and Matthew E. Berger WASHINGTON (JTA) — The American Israel Public Affairs Committee has fired two top employees because of revelations arising from an FBI investigation into their alleged mishandling of classified information, JTA has learned. After months of standing behind Steve Rosen, AIPAC's policy director, and Keith Weissman, the groups senior Iran analyst,AIPAC's recent shift suggests that the pro- Israel lobbying powerhouse wants to distance itself from the men before its May 22 policy conference and Israel's historic pullout from the Gaza Strip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 28 April 2005

TJP V59-17 04-28-05 p01-04 4/26/05 2:36 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post Passover Issue April 28,2005 Behind the Headlines Jews welcome new pope, and hope that he builds on John Paul's legacy By Chanan Tigay and Rachel Pomerance NEW YORK (JTA) — As the regal red curtains were pulled aside, clearing the way for the still- unidentified new pope to emerge on the balcony of the Vatican Basilica and offer a blessing to church faithful, many Jews joined the world's 1 billion Catholics in holding their collective breath. The Christians were excitedly anticipating their Holy Father's arrival, eager for someone to fill the gap left when John Paul II, who served as pope for more than a quarter-century, died on April 2 at 84. Jews, too, were awaiting the new pope's arrival — and wondering what his ascendancy would mean for them. Would he promote Jewish-Catholic relations as zeal- ously as his predecessor? Would he turn his attention instead to mending fences between Catholics and Muslims? Would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 28 April 2005

TJP V59-17 04-28-05 p01-04 4/26/05 2:38 PM Page 3 April 28,2005 Passover Issue Texas Jewish Post heir dialogue tries building on Holocaust s lessons Unlikely pair collaborates: Son of German survivors and Richard Wagner's great-grandson By Ste\'e Israel Staff Writer DALLAS—One is the great- grandson of anti-Semitic music composer Richard Wagner, his family roots intertwined in the heinous acts of Hitler's Third Reich. The other is the son of Holocaust survivors, a man whose ears still ring with his father's accounts of atroci- ties their forebears endured. Yet Gottfried Wagner and Abraham Peck - seemingly opposites - are collaborating to constructively channel the anguish that spills from their conflicting backgrounds. "We are not trying to achieve rec- onciliation. Only the victims, themselves, can reconcile with the victimizers," says Peck. "I can't forgive you for something your father, or your grandmother or great-uncle, or your great-grandfather did...But what I can do is work ...

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