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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 p09-ll 1/18/05 6:36 PM Page 9 January 20,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post DALLAS DOINGS continued from page 6 fun day for Piano's kids of all ages." Franchise owners Hunter Rose (Ice Cream Czar), Phillip Taitel (Head Ice Cream Scooper) and Nat Cohen (Counter of the Cones) have been developing their plans for the DFW area and have opened the first in a series of scoop shops in Piano. Rose, Taitel and Cohen aim to create a 10-minute "experience" for Ben & lerry's fans that will immerse you in the hippy funky fun of the 1960s and 1970s and the dedication to the local communities that Ben & lerry's has become famous for worldwide. Temple Shalom Adult Education Lecture Series Temple Shalom's next Adult Edu- cation lecturer will be their Senior Rabbi Andrew Paley. He will speak on Wednesday evenings, Ian. 26 and Feb. 2, at 7:30 p.m., in the Rabbi Andrew Paley Epstein Chapel. Refreshments will follow each lecture. Rabbi Paley's subject will be Mai- monide...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 p09-ll 1/18/05 5:45 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 20,2005 Pacino brilliant in 'he Merchant of /enice By Susan Kandell Wilkofsky Academy Award director nominee Michael Radford ("II Postino") has meticu- lously adapted William Shakespeare's classic play "The Mer- chant of Venice," starring A1 Pacino, Jeremy Irons, Joseph Fiennes and Houston native Lynn Collins. Although penned by Shakespeare as a comedy, this more somber version seductively paints Venice and its characters with a sumptuous but melancholy perspective. The film opens with an explana- tory prologue written by the director/screenwriter attempting to clarify the status of Jews in Venice during the late 16th century. Using verbiage not found in Shakespearian texts, Radford explains how Jewish businessmen, forbidden to own property, made profits by practicing usury, the lending of money with interest. This practice was not only Al Pacino as Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice"...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 p09-ll 1/18/05 6:27 PM Page 11 January 20,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Venice, barred Jews from residing there. A politically minded observer of the day might naturally wonder about the new Venetian legislation and how the Jews will fare among those who have done them so much wrong and whose citizens continue to hold them in such contempt. Shakespeare thus portrays Shy- lock with a context and recognizable motivations, one who reels from each blow by practicing a form of vengeance that, far from typifying Judaism, is modeled after the Christian gentlemen of the day. And contrary to Marlowe's mon- ster, Shylock is portrayed as the product of Antonio's distorted notion of Christian virtue, which is itself a strange combination of charitable excess and blind hatred. But Shylock is more than a Jew. He is called merchant both in the play's title and in the street. The form of the drama is one in which Christian charity is shown to be contingent on many f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl2-13 1/18/05 12:21 PM Page 12 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year Deedie Rose honored with ADL Humanitarian Award By Melissa Maroff Dallas civic and cultural leader Deedie Rose was presented with the Anti-Defamation League's 2004 Henry Colin Humanitarian Award at a dinner, Jan. 13 at the Fairmont Hotel, making her the second woman and the first since 1981 to receive the annual distinction. "Just the mention of her name anywhere within our community and well beyond commands instant respect, appreciation and admiration for what she does, how she does it - and her name lends instant credibility to any project," Jeremy Halbreich, Rose's long- time friend and associate, told the audience of over 500. Rose, a TCU graduate and 17-year trustee, was chosen as the school's "Most Valuable Alumna," with a resume of numerous leadership roles. She has served as president of the Dallas Museum of Art, where she is a longstanding member of the executive committee; chairman of...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl2-13 1/18/05 6:50 PM Page 13 -e January 20,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Upsherin Gus Solis DALLAS—Gus Rocket Solis cel- ebrated his Upsherin on his third birthday with family and friends on Sunday Jan. 9, 2005. Gus is the son of Robbin and Michael Solis. There to share in his first haircut- ting ceremony were his proud grandparents Dr. Philip and Sandy Raskin, Drs. Rolando and Margie Solis, and his uncle Grady Raskin. Each took a turn snipping his long locks while he sat patiently eating his gimmel lolly pop which sym- bolized a sweet beginning to his Jewish learning. Rabbi Oren Hayon blessed the birthday boy on this special day. Gus has been attending Temple Emanu-El pre- school. Fuji Steak House & Sushi Bar Japanese Restaurant Fresh Sushi and Sashimi Hibachi Tables Chef Specials Lunch: Monday-Friday 11-2 Dinner: Sunday-Thursday 5-10 Friday & Saturday 5-10:30 12817 Preston Rd. #112 SW Corner of Preston & 635 Tel. 972.661.5662 Fax. 972...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl4-16 1/18/05 12:05 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 20,2005 Seniors Off their rockers, seniors tutor kids By Ste\'e Israel Staff Writer DALLAS - Never mind that Margie Lipman celebrated her 91st birthday on Jan. 3. This senior is happily "off her rocker." Most Tuesday mornings at nine you'll find Lipman tutoring second-graders on their reading skills, in the hallway outside class- room two at Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet school. Last week it was Benjamin, 6, and Marissa, 7, who fingered and sounded their way through story- books while Lipman encouraged them and asked probing questions and cuddled them with the love of a mother and grandmother who (with her late husband, Harold) raised three daughters of her own. And Lipman has company. At tables down the corridor at Hamilton Park, there's Bill and Flo Norred. Just "youngsters" in their 70s, the Norreds are polishing "Ps" and "Qs" with 6-year-old Robert and 7-year-old Anecia. "We we...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl4-16 1/18/05 4:07 PM Page 15 -e January 20,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 Will Rogers had the right perspective on aging By Harriet P. Gross You have to be a senior to remember Will Rogers. This year marks 70 years since he died in a plane crash at Point Barrow, Alaska. But anyone who was alive in '35 knows the man. William Penn Adair Rogers was born in 1879 in Indian territory that later became Oklahoma. His father, Clem, had success as a banker, but also excelled at ranching and cattle raising. Will loved the family ranch (now a major tourist attraction) and learned those flamboyant skills that went along with it: fancy horseback riding and expert rope twirling. Will also loved Native Americans, and considered himself one of them. "My ancestors didn't come over on the Mayflower," he was fond of saying. "They met 'em at the boat!" When he first hit the entertainment circuit, starring in vaudeville and Wild West shows, he billed himself as "The Indi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl4-16 1/18/05 5:46 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 20,2005 Torah Portion Parshat Beshallah: Exodus 13:17-17:16 EFRAT, Israel - "The nations heard and were seized with trem- bling... all the inhabitants of Canaan melted The Lord will reign uni- versally and eternally" (Exodus 15:14,15,18). If the Egyptian experience was the most seminal in the develop- ment of the nation of Israel, then the splitting of the Reed Sea (Yam Suf literally translated is Reed - not Red - Sea) was the climactic zenith of that major historical event. The Song of the Sea has been memorized by Jewish children in day schools from time immemorial, and we even recite it as part and parcel of our daily, Sabbath, and Festival Morning Prayer Service. And what emerges with exquisite clarity from this magnificent paean of praise to G-d is that our message of freedom is meant not for Israel alone but also for the entire world; Pharaohs, despots and even more localized co...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl7-19 1/18/05 6:58 PM Page 17 -e January 20,2005 In Our 59th Year Synagogue Services Texas Jewish Post 17 Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday, Jan. 21,5:31p.m. Friday, Jan. 28,5:38 p.m. ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence Pkwy., Ste. A, Piano (972)491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr Lawrence S. Goldman, President FRIDAY: Tot Shabbaf-&30 p.m. SATURDAY: BatMitzvah of Lauren Goldstein-10:30 a.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.-9:15a.m. Nal'l. Holidays-8:30 a.m. EVENING MINYAN: T &W-6U5 p.m. Morning Minyan-6:45 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...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl7-19 1/18/05 6:58 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 20,2005 Calendar Saturday, Jan. 22 Sunday, Jan. 23 Young Adults Tu B'shvat winetasting seder and dinner 7-10p.m. In the tradition of a Tu B'shvat seder, we will taste the wine to mimic the rising of the sap in the trees in the land of Israel, starting with white and moving to darker shades of red. Dinner will be served, as well as other tree-related fruits and nuts in honor of this festival. Cost of dinner and wine is $15/person. Child- care will be available. RSVP to Barbara Mensch, (214) 706-0022. For more infor- mation, call Matthew Feldman, Young Adult Co-Chair, (972) 943-7902. Temple Emanu-EI, Linz Hall 8500 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas 'Combatting anti-Israel bias' with Robert Friedman 9 a.m. Media expert Robert Friedman will discuss issues related to anti-Israel bias in the media and what you as individ- uals and part of the Dallas Jewish community can do to combat it. Friedman is dir...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 pl7-19 1/18/05 4:10 PM Page 19 -e January 20,2005 Health In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Healthy resolutions: making a fitness difference This time of year is simply the best time to be in the health and fitness industry A season of glut- tony has just ended, a new year has begun and we get to see people we haven't seen since March! New Year's resolutions bring people out of hiber- nation like no other time of year (except for maybe Spring when people start thinking about Summer vacation and having to put on a swim suit). It's time for a re-birth; a renaissance if you will. Unfortunately the resolution to exercise more and eat less ends up in the same place as your uneaten fruitcake. Given the fact that I try to provide as much information as possible regarding dieting, exercise and healthy lifestyles to our mem- bers, I couldn't help noticing an article in the paper this month highlighting a study of four pop- ular diet plans. The study, published in the J...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 p20-24 1/18/05 5:52 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 20,2005 Around the Town with Rene Korenman family update One of my favorite contacts in Israel has to be ourtowner Etta Korenman. Here's Etta's most recent update. "I have come to realize that people do not know if we are coming or going. As of this moment, I am the only one trav- eling back and forth to our home in Israel. "We did manage to all come together in Fort Worth for Thanks- giving. Joey our oldest, has finished college and is living and working in Boston as a film editor. It was great that he could get a whole week off to spend with us. Joey is also a drummer in a very popular Boston band, OMA. You can hear the music at www.omamusic.com. "Sarah decided to return to the states from Israel, and finish her university work here. She is living back at the house, studying and working. You can see her at Star- bucks near Hulen and 1-20. "Adam, who spent last year in Israel on the ama...

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

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 p20-24 1/18/05 5:32 PM Page 21 January 20,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 Dr. Ellen S. Cannon Scholar-in-Residence in honor of the 2005 UJC/Federation Annual Campaign. This year's scholar, Dr. Ellen S. Cannon, back by popular demand, is a leader and an advocate on behalf of Israel and American Jewry. She is currently vice president of the Amer- ican Jewish Congress, Mid- west Region. Dr. Cannon has been a pro- fessor of political science for over 20 years and is currently a fac- ulty member of the Wexner Heritage Foundation and a lecturer for the Steinhardt Internship Pro- gram. She is a recipient of the Esther Award for Jewish Women's Leader- ship from Shalva (an organization that combats domestic violence). Dr. Cannon is a traditional Jew who combines a commitment to Jewi sh continuity and learning with a progressive political agenda. As a national political analyst, she is on the cutting edge in analyzing polit- ical issues and explaining how they i...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 p20-24 1/18/05 12:22 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 20,2005 Columnists Ask the Rabbi Dear Rabbi Fried, I was driving the other day, and went over a puddle, which splashed muddy water onto a friend who now has to clean his suit. I offered to pay him, and he said it's all right; it wasn't my fault because I didn't know there was a puddle. I would still like to pay him if Jewish law says I should. Is there a law about this? Morris. D. Dear Morris, Jewish law states that, in such a situation, if the driver of the car saw the pedestrian and the puddle, and could have easily avoided splashing him by slowing down or veering away from the puddle, he is liable for damages caused by the splashing of the water (i.e., cleaning the suit). But if he did not notice either the puddle or the pedestrian, he is exempt. By Rabbi Yerachmiel D. Fried This is based upon a general Tal- mudic ruling which states, "A person is not obligated to inspect the grou...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

TJP V59-03 01-20-05 p20-24 1/18/05 12:07 PM Page 23 -e January 20,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 New trees bring hope for renewal Salmon with Almonds and Honey Mustard Sauce The tree of life is ever evolving. Each gener- ation adds a limb and fruit to the tree. And as another branch sprouts, it's our responsibility to reach down to our roots to bring nourish- ment in every sense to the new growth. Tu b'Shevat relates exactly to this phenom- enon. It is the new year of trees, or more specifically the fruit of the trees; the day that commemorates the time when sap begins to rise and marks the day each tree ages another year. There are many customs that relate to this festival. Trees are planted in Israel en masse by school children to honor loved ones. And there are food traditions we respect as well. For many centuries, there has developed a custom of celebrating with an "ordered" meal - a Seder - where seven species of foods mentioned in the Torah are prepared. W...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 20 January 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 27 January 2005

TJP V59-04 01-27-05 p01-04 1/25/05 5:04 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, January 27,2005 17 Shevat 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post COTEL spices up kosher Q cooking with class. 0 Girl Scouts earn Judaic Awards at workshop. 12 Chicken soup for the soul...delivered to your door. 19 VOLUME 59 NO. 4 texasjewishpost.com United Nations remembers Holocaust By Rachel Pomerance UNITED NATIONS (JTA) — For the first time in its history, the United Nations allowed a prayer service on its premises. But perhaps even more surprising was the prayer itself — the lewish hymn for mar- tyrs — followed by the Israeli national anthem. Sandwiched between a special U.N. General Assembly session marking the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and the launch of an in-house exhibit com- memorating that liberation, the prayer signaled the lengths to which the in ternational body has gone this year to mark the Holocaust, "The tragedy of the lewish people was unique," U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan said ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 27 January 2005

TJP V59-04 01-27-05 p01-04 1/25/05 4:48 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 27,2005 Ohev Shalom Chai! DALLAS - It was "Ohev Shalom Chai!" as Congregation Ohev Shalom honored three of its own at an 18th anniversary dinner celebra- tion on Sunday night. "I salute Ivan and Melanie Sacks for playing such a pivotal role in the growth and development of Ohev Shalom," said the synagogue's Rabbi Aryeh Rodin. "From the shul's infancy they've given of their time, love, effort and finances in helping us solidify the organiza- tion." President Jackson Salasky also presented the synagogue's treasurer, Brian Wertheim, the Keser Shem Tov Award for his "heartfelt devo- tion...in helping the shul achieve financial stability." Before the 100-member Orthodox congregation moved to its current location at Hillcrest and McCallum in 1992, it occupied rented office space at Hillcrest and I Ohev Shalom President Jackson Salasky (left) presents the Keser Shem Tov Award to Brian Wertheim f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 27 January 2005

TJP V59-04 01-27-05 p01-04 1/25/05 4:56 PM Page 3 -e January 27,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Survivors grateful for their long lives, but struggle with poverty and memories 60 years after liberation ByE.B. Solomont NEW YORK (JTA) — Simon Unger lived every day at Auschwitz thinking it'd be his last. "It was day to day If you die today or tomorrow, you knew you were going to die because that's what Auschwitz was," he said. But in fact, Unger not only sur- vived the war but has lived 60 years since its end. In 1995,50 years after being liber- ated from what he calls a "living hell," he gathered nearly 80 friends to mark a "celebration of life," "I am alive," the 81-year-old said in a telephone interview with JTA from his home in Florida. "When I lived to the 40th" anniversary, "I didn't think I'd see the 50th. You never think you'll see it, but you live with hope." Many Holocaust survivors liber- ated in 1945 are grateful that they have lived this long, but the accom- plishm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 27 January 2005

TJP V59-04 01-27-05 p01-04 1/25/05 4:17 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year January 27,2005 Washington Watch By James D. Besser TJP Washington Correspondent War over budget and taxes The first shots are about to be fired in what could be the bloodiest budget battle in decades. And Jewish groups, reluctant to weigh in on broad tax and budget ques- tions but also worried about unprecedented cuts in programs serving vulnerable populations, will be under growing pressure to wade into the fray. "In light of the fact that so much of what we have fought for in the last 80 years is being threatened, I would hope the entire community will come together to protect the great social service achievements we have helped create," said Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism. And that may mean taking stands on the politically explosive issues of new tax cuts and Social Security privatization, he said, instead of fighting narrow battles to protec...

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