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

TJP V59-44 11-03-05 p21-25 11/1/05 8:22 PM Page 21 November 3,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 Arts & Culture As a bevy o new films shows, Holocaust still on the German mind By Tom Tugend LOS ANGELES (JTA) — Sixty-seven years ago, on Nov. 9,1938,Nazi-organized mobs burned and looted thousands of German synagogues and Jewish stores during Kristallnacht, the opening salvo of the Holocaust. How are the grandchildren of the per- petrators dealing with this legacy? Four new German movies show that far from forgetting its nation's past, today's gener- ation is still wrestling with it, at times obsessively. The Germans have a word, of course multi-syllabic, for this internal struggle. It's Vergangenheitsbewaeltigung, literally mastering the past,but better understood as "coming to terms with the past." The four films themselves can be divided into three categories, or three ways of wrestling with the Nazi legacy: As a documentary on the past evil. As two movies celebrating "g...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 3 November 2005

TJP V59-44 11-03-05 p21-25 11/1/05 8:23 PM Page 22 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 3,2005 CONNECTING OUR PHOTOS WITH YOUR MEMORIES Bar/Bat Mitzvahs • Birthdays • Anniversaries, ETC Photo Buttons • Magnets • Keytags • Ask about our special Items Beautiful quality digital pictures 817-274-9804 Serving the Metroplex & beyond thephotobuttonconnection.com The Photo Button Connection Instant Photo Buttons The Best Kept Secret in the Metroplex Texas Style Facility with Ambiance "iv - Accommodates up to 500 Guests Comfortably ^ Dance Floor and Stage for Band/DJ- Complete Packages Available •Bar/Bat Mitzvahs •Weddings •Receptions •Rehearsal Dinners •Reunions and all types of Parties We customize each and every event from formal, to casual, to any theme. Beautiful gazebo with lake in background...or majestic stone fireplace inside the 12,000 sq. ft. log cabin allows options for romantic wedding settings. Make us your one stop shop! 972-578-8481 Call today for a tour! swingi...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 3 November 2005

TJP V59-44 11-03-05 p21-25 11/1/05 8:24 PM Page 23 November 3,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Josh Stern In a beautiful outdoor setting, just before sunset, on Sept. 18,2005, at the Columbian Country Club, Keri Nathan and Josh Stern of Houston were united in marriage. Officiating at the ceremony were Rabbi Deon Nathan, Rabbi Yitzhak Cohen and Cantor Jacob Cohen. Parents of the couple are Sandy and Mike Nathan of Dallas and Reva and Mickey Stern of Houston. For her wedding, the bride wore a simple and elegant, soft, silk chiffon strapless gown with a short veil. Sasha Rietti of Long Beach, Calif., was the bride's matron of honor. Bridesmaids included Jessica Lay, Kelly Laudenheimer, Rachel Stern, Lori Stern, Yehudit Nathan, Talya Holtzer, Monique Klugman, Jill Belyea and Julie Bernstein. Adam Stern of Dallas was best man. Also attending the bride- groom were Adam Gordon, Segev Zadok, Joel Waxman, Jason Borstein, Eric Boormaster, Todd Stern, Dan Braun, ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 3 November 2005

TJP V59-44 11-03-05 p21-25 11/1/05 8:29 PM Page 24 24 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 3,2005 Around the Town with Rene Adam Blum—UT Outstanding Student Award finalist Adam Blum, son of Laurie and Marvin Blum, was selected as one of three finalists for the Outstanding Student Award at the University of Texas. The award is based on leader- ship, scholarship, and service, and is considered UT's highest honor. The finalists were selected from UT's student body of 50,000 students. Adam was joined by his parents and introduced on the field at the UT/Texas Tech football game on Oct. 22, before an audience of 83,919 fans (the third-largest crowd in UT history). Adam was also honored at a Cel- ebration of Leadership Dinner on Friday evening. At the dinner, Dr. Juan Gonzalez, Vice President for Student Affairs, praised Adam for not only excelling academically as a 4.0 student with a double major in Accounting and Business Honors, but also as a leader outside the class- Adam Blum j...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 3 November 2005

TJP V59-44 11-03-05 p21-25 11/1/05 8:25 PM Page 25 November 3,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 25 demonstrate the ritual of candle blessing at the Women of Reform Judaism's Rosh Chodesh spirituality group, Thursday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. The Rosh Chodesh observance is in The Gathering Area at Beth-El or, weather permitting, in the interior courtyard. Those planning to attend are asked to bring a dairy dish for the potluck dinner. For information, contact Sharon Clark at koshersub@evl .net. In the meantime, Chabad of Fort Worth has been accredited to offer the superb and highly acclaimed courses of the Jewish Learning Insti- tute. Joining 160 affiliates worldwide, the JLI will be launched Nov. 8 at the Southwest Regional Library at the corner of Hulen and Briarhaven. The first course, "Beyond Never Again: The Holo- caust, A View From The Soul," will run for six consecutive Tuesdays from 7:20 p.m. through 8:50 p.m. To sign up, go to www.myjli.com. The $89 fee for the course includes...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 3 November 2005

TJP V59-44 11-03-05 p26-28 11/1/05 9:16 PM Page 26 26 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 3,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I Bridging the gap between Catholic and Jews A clipping from the general circulation newspaper of my home city tells about a program I wish we h ad here. It's called C-JEEP: the Catholic-Jewish Education Enhancement Program. The American Jewish Com- mittee started C-JEEP in New York in 1993. Now it's part of Catholic school curricula in a number of cities. In Pittsburgh, where the newspaper clipping I have in front of me originated, it's been a five-year regular in every high school in the local Catholic Diocese. A dozen of them. Here's what happened: Bishop Donald Wuerl agreed that someone knowledge- able about Judaism should lecture in all high school religion classes a couple of times a year. "Our young Catholic people will see the relationship they have with the wider community, and especially the Jewish community, because of our ancient historic relig...

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

TJP V59-44 11-03-05 p26-28 11/1/05 8:16 PM Page 27 Hot out o the oven November 3,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 27 Somehow, around November, our homing instincts kick in and we find ourselves somehow drawn to the kitchen. For some, that means merely eating, while for others, like me, it translates directly to baking. Maybe because this month is all about that big turkey dinner, I want comfort foods. My comfort of choice often includes hard fruits — apples and pears — and heavier (not necessarily more caloric) dry ingredients, like oats and cornmeal. Gone, too, is my desire for fruity mousse -like sweets that slither down the gullet and omnipresent is the desire to chew—again oats with the addition of nuts fits the bill. With a Jewish harvest holiday past and the American Thanksgiving just weeks away, many begin to think about desserts for yet another family celebra- tion. While undoubtedly most folks will include something with the word "pumpkin" in the title, we re...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p01-04 11/8/05 6:56 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, November 10,2005 8 Cheshvan 5766 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post Rabbi David Stern — shares experiences 1 from trip to Chad Congregation Beth n Torah installs Raskin as H sixth spiritual leader 'Visiting Mr. Green' . ^ filled with gems that j / make it a must see VOLUME 59 NO. 45 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 Tiferet Israel choosing leaders, direction Traditional, Conservative, Orthodox options weighed By Harriet P. Gross Congregation Tiferet Israel is at a time of decision, and at least potential change. Now that Rabbi Yitzchak Cohen has left and will found a new congregation in Piano, Tiferet's leaders are weighing ques- tions of leadership and minhag that will shape both the immediate and distant future. Tiferet Israel was founded in 1890. Rabbi Cohen was with the congregation for 25 years as its cantor, prior to assuming the pulpit 10 years ago. Now the synagogue that has long called itself "Tradi- tional" will decide whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p01-04 11/8/05 7:29 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 10,2005 Focus on Issues Dallas Rabbi David Stern shares insights rom Chad visit By Andrew Tobolowsky The nation of Chad has, for several months now, played host to a quarter of a million displaced Sudanese citizens. During the week of Oct. 17, it welcomed five more visitors: members of a Jewish delegation of Jewish lead ers from all over America. Their trip, organized under the auspices of the American Jewish World Service and accompanied by AJWS president and executive director Ruth Messinger, included John Fishel, president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles; Rabbi Rick Jacobs of the Westch- ester Reform Temple in Scarsdale, N.Y.; Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism; and Rabbi David Stern of Temple Emanu-El in Dallas. The AJWS is a large non-profit organization dedicated to fulfilling the Jewish imperative to heal the world. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p01-04 11/8/05 6:43 PM Page 3 -e November 10,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post impressed.. .To see these people doing their thing is to say we're making a dif- ference," Stern said. According to Rabbi Stern, there is a strong education program already in place in the refugee camps he visited. Western medically trained doctors are training village healers and traditional birth assistants. He reports that since this process began there has not been a single maternal death, and the infant mortality rate in the northeastern camps is at .1 percent. In southern Chad, where the AJWS delegation did not go, there are over 40,000 refugees coming from the Central African Republic who have not attracted as much attention, have not attracted the sort of aid the Darfur victims have. The infant mortality rate there is around 7 percent. "You see what a difference there is. The difference between vigilance and lack of vigilance is literally 70 times the infant mortality rat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p01-04 11/8/05 6:43 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 10,2005 Washington Watch Budget train wreck approaching A growing number of Jewish groups are raising alarms about congressional budget proposals that seek to cut the deficit and slash taxes at the same time. That, more and more Jewish leaders say, would have a devastating impact on mil- lions of Americans who depend on government-funded health and social service programs. This week Republican leaders in the House were trying to keep their troops lined up behind a budget bill calling for $54 billion in spending cuts over five years. The debate in the House has been compli- cated by the inclusion of non-germane amendments, including provisions opening Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling. The House bill would cut eligi- bility for Food Stamps and allow states to significantly increase the costs of Medicaid for poor benefi- ciaries, provisions that are causing alarm eve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p05-08 11/8/05 6:44 PM Page 5 -e November 10,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post rump tells anti-Semite: 'You re not fired By Dr. Rafael Medoff and Benyamin Kom For the second time in barely a year, a contestant on Donald Trump's top-rated NBC-TV show, "The Apprentice," has made an anti-Semitic remark. And once again, the offender was not penalized for doing so. On this week's episode,Clay, a 28-year-old Texas realtor, explains (in front of an audi- ence) that his Jewish teammate, Adam, was cheap on a date because Adam is a "tight Jewish boy." Clay's later apology seems halfhearted, and with Adam out of the room, he blames Adam for being overly sensitive, asserting that Adam "needs to learn to relax." With tens of millions of Americans watching — "The Apprentice" is one of the top-rated shows on television — this was an opportunity for Trump to send the obvious message that bigotry is unacceptable in American society and Dr. Rafael Medoff people who m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p05-08 11/8/05 6:45 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 10,2005 Dallas Doings An Evening with Jacques Offenbach Congregation Shearith Israel has joined with the Dallas Opera for a unique and rare presenta- tion for the Dallas audience. Dallas Opera Music Director Graeme Jenkins and the cast of "The Tales of Hoffmann" (Les Contes D'Hoffmann), as well as our very own Cantor Itzhak Zhrebker, have teamed up to pre- sent "An Evening with Jacques Offenbach." Since 1994, Jenkins has been the Music Director of the Dallas Opera Company, having con- ducted more than 35 opera productions. Following his music studies at Cambridge Uni- versity, Jenkins was named the Adrian Boult Conducting Graeme Jenkins Scholar at the Royal College of Music (UK). He was also the chief guest conductor at Ger- many's Cologne Opera (1997-2002). All told, Jenkins has conducted more than 140 pro- ductions around the globe, including with the Australian Opera, Canadian Opera C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p05-08 11/8/05 6:46 PM Page 7 -e November 10,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post are based on scripture. Four of the songs on the CD have lyrics written by Robin Paglia-Dennis, a local writer who is married to Rabbi Geoffrey Dennis of Flower Mound. The CD was recorded at the Panhandle House studio in Denton, and features lush arrangements using local profes- sional musicians. You'll hear a string quartet, oboe, English horn, accordion, drums, clar- inets, guitars, and piano, among other instruments. This music incorporates a variety of styles such as pop, Klezmer, jazz, nigunim and some Latin rhythms. Many of the songs are in English, and a few have Hebrew interwoven. The songs have an interfaith appeal, as the themes of joy, gratitude, love, prayer and praise cross all reli- gious boundaries. The CDs are available at select Judaica stores, and at www.CDBaby.com/susancolin3. Samples of all the CDs can be heard at www.cdbaby.com or www.susancolin.com. Susan, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p05-08 11/8/05 7:22 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 10,2005 Beth Torah installs Rabbi Adam Raskin By Harriet P. Gross Congregation Beth Torah's sanc- tuary was filled, and standees ringed its walls, when Adam Raskin was installed as the sixth rabbi in the Richardson synagogue's 30-year his- tory. Highlighting the ceremony were remarks by Rabbi William Lebeau, vice chancellor and dean of the Rab- binic School, Jewish Theological Seminary, who came from New York to install and celebrate with his former student. A dessert reception followed the Nov. 3 event. Third graders from the Beth Torah Learning Center, accompanied by Eli Davidsohn, perform at Rabbi Raskin's installation ceremony. Both rabbis and the cantor of Dallas' Congregation Shearith Israel, where Rabbi Raskin served for the past three years as assistant and associate, took part in the program. Also bringing greetings was Gary Wein- stein, executive vice president of the Jewish Feder...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p09-ll 11/8/05 6:48 PM Page 9 November 10,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Beyond Never Again: Critically acclaimed Holocaust course offered throughout Metroplex Launch of Beyond Never Again coincides with Kristallnacht commemoration There is still time to join the Jewish Learning Institute's ground- breaking course on the Holocaust, titled "Beyond Never Again," which began this week. Timed to coincide with the worldwide commemora- tion of Kristallnacht, which marks the beginning of Hitler's Final Solu- tion against European Jewry, this innovative educational initiative will premiere in more than 160 locations worldwide. With the cooperation of the Dallas Holocaust Museum and the Chabad Centers in the Metroplex, Beyond Never Again will take place in six locations locally, including Dallas, Fort Worth, Piano and Frisco. The JLI course will run for six consecutive weeks and is expected to draw hundreds of local students to its dynamic text-based and audio-vi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p09-ll 11/8/05 6:49 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 10,2005 f eco-safe of Dallas^ iiiiiii Ask About Ask About Guaranteed Pest Control Since 1972 INSPECTION ' CONSULTATION • SERVICE Our State Certified Professionals Will Eliminate Your Pest Problems GRADUA TE ENTOMOLOGIST ON STAFF Organic & Non Chemical Pest Control Available Honest • Reliable • Professional Service Family Owned & Operated The Company With The ^co-conscience'" Since 1972 Money Guarantee (214/ 358-5201 f 3001 WHEELOCK ST. ^ J' Just Say You Saw it in the Texas Jewish Post -Q- CHABAD OF PLANO/COLLIN COUNTY'S EBRATION 13 Honoring Mr. Howard Shapiro Mrs. Karen Glanger Mr. Cary Israel Sunday, November 20, 2005 Collin County Community College Spring Creek Conference Center 5:00 PM Buffet Dinner & Silent Auction 6:30 PM Awards Presentation and Concert Starring — I Israeli singing sensation and Broadway star , * Dudu Fisher 0 "Mr. Fisher displays a talent that resis...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 p09-ll 11/8/05 6:50 PM Page 11 November 10,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 COHENS continued from page 1 some gifts the congregation was giving: uniquely artistic mezuzot for Jacob and Mara Cohen to place in their new home, and a sculptural representation of Jerusalem for Yitzchak and Rosie Cohen to add to their home. ("Yitz," as he's often called, spent his youth in Jerusalem, became a cantor at age 17 and was ordained as a rabbi. He became Tiferet Israel's cantor in 1970, serving with Rabbis Max Zucker, Stewart Weiss and Nathan Langer, until he was named the shul's rabbi 10 years ago.) In a "wonderful and holy gesture" to the father's and son's professional future, as the rabbi calls it, Tiferet Israel's board also voted to make a "permanent loan" of a Torah to the rabbi. The Torah is to be used at Con- gregation Nishmat Am, which is projected to open in Piano in mid- December, subject to final agreement on the property the end of this month. The Cohe...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 November 2005

TJP V59-45 11-10-05 pl2-13 11/8/05 6:50 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year November 10,2005 Arts and Culture Many gems in v isiting Mr. Greer make it a must see By Harriet P. Gross Question: What do the words "goy" and "gay" have in common? (Besides two out of three letters the same, of course. What a difference a vowel makes!) Answer: They are the flashpoints in "Visiting Mr. Green," the two- man play now on stage at Contem- porary Theatre of Dallas. The man of the title is old; we never learn his first name because the younger man, Ross, defers to age, addressing him always and only as Mr. Green. The two are forced into a once-weekly relation- ship because Ross — who admits to driving fast — almost knocked Mr. Green down on a New York City street. So a judge "sentenced" him to help his isolated victim at home, in Mr. Green's apartment. Ross's weekly visits are what give this play its structure. But if you -e- •v. f OH'i KE PRODUCED BY riLD ENTERTAINMENT RINCE CLAS...

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