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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 p20-24 1/31/06 7:14 PM Page 21 February 2,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 On Friday evening Ruth spoke about the European fascination with all things Jewish as if Jewish were a "brand." She described the annual Krakow Jewish Festival, which has revived the very small Krakow Jewish community She also told the group about the annual European Day of Holocaust Remembrance which coincides with the liberation of Auschwitz. She emphasized that the events that take place in over 20 countries are really remem- brances, not memorials, and cele- brate Jewish life today. Services were followed by a scrumptious Oneg Shabbat catered by Ricki Epstein where the diverse Tarrant County audience gathered. Many people lingered to enjoy the wonderful food and catch up with each other as well as talk to Ruth. On Saturday morning at Ahavath Sholom after receiving her first aliyah in many years, Ruth talked about post-Communist Europe. She began by describing an encounter wi...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 p20-24 1/31/06 7:11 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 2,2006 Columnists In My Mind's I Old habits die hard Today, my daughter (Groundhog, please note!) turns 46. And so does Barbie. When Devra was born, she was a kicking, screaming, thumb- sucking infant — quite nor- mal. Barbie, on the other hand, arrived in this world fully grown, albeit miniatur- ized and overblown. The 6- year-old next door intro- duced me to her. I took one look at that highly advanced shape and said the 1960s equivalent of "No way!" This, despite the fact that Barbie was herself named after someone who was then — just like my daughter — a nice little Jewish girl. When I was a small child myself, my parents made it quite clear that comic books were an unacceptable no-no in our house. (So I read them at friends' homes...) I had taken the same stand about toy guns with my son, who is four years older th an his sister. And the instant I first saw Barbie, I felt that ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 p20-24 1/31/06 7:11 PM Page 23 -e Foods to bowl you over February 2,2006 Recipes In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 The big day is finally* here. This Sunday, Ameri- cans will indulge in a truly nationalistic ritual. Watching Super Bowl XL. When the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Sea Hawks kick-off this Sunday in Detroit, hundreds of millions — here and abroad — will tune in as the battle between these rivals determines which team is the world's best. Of course, we can't watch the game on an empty stomach. The Super Bowl is the perfect occasion to entertain without fuss. It IS a football game, and it would seem silly to serve anything other than casual foods on dis- posable plates, right? Well, mostly right. True, more pizza is served on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day of the year (when all's said and done, what's easier than picking up the phone and feeding your crowd for cheap?). But, time out! There's no reason we can't be By Annabel Cohen extravagan...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 p20-24 1/31/06 7:10 PM Page 24 Helping make your life easier. in meat ouir dept. Glatt Kosher Bone-In Rib Steak lb. Kosher Deli Fall/Winter Department Hours Sun-Thurs. 9 am 'til 9 pm Friday 8 am 'til 4:30 pm f ,-i4 s LL1 our meat dept* LLl our See Our Weekly Ad Insert for More Great Values! Shop Albertsons For All Your Kosher Needs lb. Kosher Pre-Packaged Turkey Grind meat dept. 169 I lb. Kosher Chicken Leg Quarters 99 lb. Glatt Kosher Turkey Pastrami 19 lb. Kosher Health Salad i" i - /tiii. Bakery Prices Effective U- L <-1U. L February 3 - 9, 2006 bakery "99 ea. Pareve Kaiser or Hoagie rolls 6 count for Pareve Chocolate Chip Cookies 18 count 1341 W.Campbell Rd. Richardson, Tx Ph# 972-437-2896 PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 2 THRU FEBRUARY 8,2004 7 DAYS OF SAVINGS THUR 2 FRI 3 SAT 4 SUN 5 MON 6 TUES 7 WED 8 Ggfl VISA |Cards Coit & Campbell Location Limit Rights Reserved.

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY01-Y04 1/31/06 6:46 PM Page Y1 Thursday, February 2,2006 -e- • - 4 Shevat 5766 VOLUME 60 NO. 5 ' 'iiiii'bii i hi 1 - E f^-Jr

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY01-Y04 1/31/06 6:46 PM Page Y2 -e Y2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 2,2006 bur toung Child Planning lor camp I have a two-year-old son and am expecting my second child this summer. Currently my son goes to preschool three days a week. I am trying to decide, should I send him to camp at the preschool he is attending or should I give him a new and different experience over the summer and send him somewhere else for camp? You are smart to be plan- ning for this now. I usually recommend that children under the age of four remain ^ ]ordana Bernstein in their current preschool for camp. Camp usually lasts no more than eight weeks out of the summer. Many times, young children who try a newprogram or school just for the summer spend the first few weeks of the summer just getting adjusted to the new place and the new teachers. Thus,by the time they feel settled, the summer is almost over, and the children need to readjust to school. This can create a lot o...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY01-Y04 1/31/06 6:47 PM Page Y3 -e February 2,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Y3 Spirit and Season Between heaven and dirt Did you know that we are soon going to celebrate another New Year — The New Year of the Trees, which falls on the 15th of Shevat or Tu b'Shevat? The Mishnah notes that there are actually four New Years, only one of which is Rosh Hashanah, the New Year for all years and taking stock of our lives. Why then does Judaism have four New Years? And why one for trees? I suggest that the reason for more than one New Year, illus- trated well by Tu b'Shevat, is that Judaism is a "whole - istic religion" taking into account the whole of what we are and how we exist in relationship with the whole world. This is a central Jewish lesson that we must teach our children, for when we see our own interconnectedness with the world, we want to take responsibility for it. Let's consider the history of Tu b'Shevat. This New Year of the Trees really began ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY01-Y04 1/31/06 6:48 PM Page Y4 Y4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 2,2006 Healthy Texan Pediatrics Shelley Weiss, MD, FAAP Board Certified Pediatrician Start off on the right foot this summer with your camp physical at Healthy Texan Pediatrics! Conveniently located at: We offer high quality health care Medical City Dallas Hospital ^°r ,n^nts, children, and adolescents mm Cams* i ^ ciA * >n hospital newborn care S, T? 7<«n * Wellness chcckups Lianas, i A/dzju ^ Growth and development screening 972-566-4286 * School, sport, and camp physicals 972-566-8634 fax ★ Urgent care from colds to cuts www.healthytexan.net * And more... Proudly providing health care to the children of our Jewish Community Deadlines near for camp scholarships Summer Language School The Language Institute Dallas International Scl Dallas International School mixtion francaae Special: Adult & Teen Language Immersion Languages: French & Spanish Half day or full day, Mon...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY05-Y08 1/31/06 6:59 PM Page Y5 February 2,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Y5 Being a camp counselor — a summer dream come true! When I was a kid, the best part of the year was summer and the best part of smumer was camp. Every summer from the time I was 3 years old, I wanted to be a camp counselor. I loved camp — it was a special place where I could be special. The year finally came when I was a counselor — and the experience was incredible: incredibly challenging, incredibly exhausting, incredibly rewarding. At 15 years old, I found that I could make a difference in the lives of the young children I worked with — it changed my life. I started camp at age 3; I was a counselor at age 15; I worked my way up the "camp ladder" from junior counselor to senior counselor to unit head to assistant director; I married my camp love at age 21, and the rabbi who officiated had been our unit head when we were campers. After two years away from camping, my hus- band...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY05-Y08 1/31/06 7:00 PM Page Y6 Y6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 2,2006 Camp Beth Tonah 2, 3 & 5 Day Options Small Classes Age appropriate playgrounds For Fall 2006 - Announcing a special Pre-K class for summer birthdays! 972-234-1542 ext. 222 720 Lookout Dr. • Richardson, Texas 75080 From Generation to Generation n o wem Sunday. February 19, 2006 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Aaron Family JCC • 7900 Northaven Road • Dallas, Texas 75230 Learn about our amazing variety of camps for children ages 2-14 years old. eet the Camp Directors, register for camp and be eligible for amazing prizes. For more information call 214-739-2737. Visit our website at www.jccdallas.org. a 1 A' OPEN HOUSE on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26,4:00 p.m. at the Lang Chabad Center, 3904 W. Park Blvd., Piano (just east of Coit) DATES & DAYS: June 26 - July 28,2006, Monday - Friday HOURS: 9:00am - 3:30pm Extended Hours from 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. AGES: Girls & Boys 5-12 FEES: $700 Enti...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY05-Y08 1/31/06 7:01 PM Page Y7 February 2,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Y7 Parenting with Love and Logic What do you ultimately want for your children? I have posed this question to thousands of parents. "What do you ultimately want for you child?" Take a moment and think how you would answer this question. If you are like most parents, your answer includes some of the fol- lowing things: happiness, health, to give back to the community, a strong Jewish identity... the list goes on and on. What all of us ultimately want for our children is for them to leave. Am I wrong? Most of us do not measure suc- cessful parenting by those parents whose 3 5-year-old child is still living at home, sleeping in the bedroom that they have slept in their whole life. Most of us rate success in par- enting by those parents who are able to raise their children with enough tools so when the time comes, usually around 18, they are ready to leave and face what the world has...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 February 2006

TJP V60-05, 02-02-06 pY05-Y08 1/31/06 7:01 PM Page Y8 Y8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 2,2006 ( Hjiiei: Making the Connection ^ Letters from home can be one o the best memories of camp The entire community is invited: Sun Feb 12 • 1pm Hillel and Audubon join forces to plant trees for Tu B 'Shevat in memory of Israeli Astronaut Han Ramon Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life Make New Friends at Socials! Lifelong Networking opportunities! Enjoy Meaningful Community Service! Have Fun! Regional Hillel of North Texas 214-789-JEWS www.ntxhillel.org Do You Care... If your medical treatment/life support wishes are honored? Who will inherit your money and property? Who will raise and have custody of your children? YOU NEED A WILL, A TRUST, A MEDICAL POWER OF ATTORNEY Contact Us Now for a Confidential, No Obligation Consultation Since 1991, RON BARON IS HERE TO HELP YOUS REASONABLE BEES FOR ALL SERVICES SIMPLE WILLS START AS LOW AS $150 PER PERSON We Welcome Check, VISA, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p01-04 2/14/06 6:02 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, February 16,2006 18 Shevat 5766 •"7 v r ■ Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post ^7 Professor Paul Liptz enlightens community as week-long scholar- in-residence **+ raj** 8 The meaning of Melton — one student reflects on her experience at home and in Israel 9 NCJW-Dallas Section honors three, 1 Q celebrates 93rd birthday \ 0 at annual luncheon VOLUME 60 NO. 7 texasjewishpost.com NEWS ANALYSIS Russia's risky business Analysts: Russian invite to Hamas may undercut Israel and 'road map' By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — Russia's readiness to hold talks with Hamas following the terrori st group's victory in Palestinian parliamentary election has surprised and angered decision- makers in Israel. But how damaging is the Russian move likely to be? Israeli leaders worry that Russia's overture to Hamas might become a precedent and that, if others follow suit, Israel's attempt to force a Hamas-led government to mod- erate its anti-Israe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p01-04 2/14/06 6:04 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 16,2006 TUNISIA continued from page 1 over in London, they took a tour of the local Jewish community before boarding the flight to Tunisia. Their first stop was Djerba, an island off Tunisia's coast, which is home to a close-knit, active Jewish community of 900, practicing a form of Judaism dating back over 2,000 years. It also has the distinction of being the oldest continuing Jewish commu- nity in the world. All of the citizens receive some form of Jewish education and marry within the community, as well as celebrate holidays and Shabbat communally. The island has 12 synagogues, both a boys' and a girls' day school, a Jewish preschool and a yeshiva. The group also visited the city of Tunis with a Jewish population of780 and the town of Zarzis, which has 120 Jews. "It was amazing how vibrant Djerba was.. .the spirituality and reli- gion of the people is thriving," says Dr. Seth Kaplan,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p01-04 2/14/06 6:08 PM Page 3 -e February 16,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post K0M0R0CZY continued from page 1 Hungary, and the world, about accountability for the treatment of Jews throughout time, and the hor- rific events we know as the H olocaust. With Professor Komoroczy around, no one, and no country, can possibly deny the Shoah. Professor Komoroczy described how the Hungarian government discriminated against Jews through "emancipation" laws during the 1840s, meant to discourage cultural and religious Jewish practices. The progression of these types of laws governing social and cultural Jewish values culminated as early as 1920 with the Numerus Clausus law, which passed that year. The law restricted Jewish enrollment in uni- versities. Before 1920 in Hungary, Jews were represented at universities far above their proportion in the general population, and were largely dominating professional careers as educators, physicians and those positions held in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p01-04 2/14/06 6:06 PM Page 4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 16,2006 Washington Watch Hamas aid maneuvers As Congress plunges into the contentious issue of U.S. aid for a Hamas-controlled Palestinian Authority, a Jewish peace group that wants humanitarian assistance to continue has staged a preemptive legislative strike. Americans for Peace Now (APN) wants to derail legislation by Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) imposing strict new limits on U.S. aid, including humanitarian assistance. To do that, the group is supporting quick passage of a nonbinding Senate- passed resolution saying only that direct aid to a Hamas-controlled P.A. should be stopped. But APN and other pro- peace groups face formidable opposition; AIPAC, the pro-Israel lobby giant, has thrown its considerable weight behind the tougher Ros-Lehtinen bill, which would also limit official contacts with P.A. officials when Hamas takes over. The issue is picking up steam on Capitol Hill as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p05-08 2/14/06 5:11 PM Page 5 -e February 16,2006 Opinion In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post ree speech, a costly business Across the world, buildings are burn- ing and tempers are raging. Ambassadors have been recalled, threats issued, flags scorched and embassies gutted. Violent demonstrations are call- ing for death to.. .Denmark! Denmark? The tiny Nordic state of 5 million Carlsberg-swilling soccer fans? Sounds unlikely. Yet it's not only likely, but worse. Hezbollah recently urged its followers to revenge its insult with "words and blood." And all this in response to an unflattering cartoon of Mohammed in a second-rate Danish newspaper that emerged all of five months ago. Certainly, these kinds of disproportionately violent responses to a seemingly minor infraction are, as President Bush put it, inexcusable.. Rather we are witnessing, not unlike the Parisian riots of last year, an uprising typical of a bored, angry and disenfran- chised populace, eager to v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p05-08 2/14/06 5:14 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 16,2006 Dallas Doings Rabbi Elie Kaplan Spitz scholar-in-residence at Congregation Beth Torah this weekend Rabbi Elie Kaplan Spitz will be the Scholar-in-Residence at Congregation Beth Torah's 15th Annual Mark A. Siegel Scholar-in- Residence weekend. Rabbi Spitz, the author of "Does The Soul Survive?" approaches the familiar in unfamiliar ways. A spiritual and scholar specializing in the topic of spirituality and Judaism, he teach- es, writes and speaks to a wide range of audiences. Rabbi Spitz is the author of many articles dealing with spirituality and Jewish law and teaches the philosophy of Jewish law at the University of Judaism. Friday, Feb. 24, during regular 6:30 p.m. services, Rabbi SUBARU □ f Dallas Trace Ordiway 214-526-5555 214-577-2711 tordiway@subaruofdallas.com ★ ★★★★ Safety Ratings! www.subaruofdallas.com Proud supporters of the JCC and greater Dallas Jewish community. -...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p05-08 2/14/06 5:19 PM Page 7 -e February 16,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Frances and Julius "Red" Coleman are pictured here at a Feb. 2 fundraiser for Jeff Rosenfield, Democratic candidate for Judge of Dallas County Criminal Court of Appeals #2. tion, social action and advocacy, volunteerism, Jewish education and research, Young Judaea, and connections with Israel. For more information, please check their Web site: www.hadassah.org. Byers to teach course on mental illness Hazel and Jerome Byers will again teach a 12-week Family to Family course on mental illness beginning Feb. 18, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at Lovers Lane United Methodist Church, Northwest Highway and Inwood Road. "We are old hands at this activi- ty," says Hazel Byers who, with her husband, has taught this course a half-dozen times. It is offered by NAMI, the National Alliance for the Mentally 111. Included in its curriculum are schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disor- der, panic d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 16 February 2006

TJP V60-07, 02-16-06 p05-08 2/14/06 5:43 PM Page 8 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year February 16,2006 Liptz delivers inspiring lectures as community scholar-in-residence By Harriet P. Gross Paul Liptz is that remarkable public speaker that can relate to many audi- ences on many topics while making his many efforts appear effortless. During a recent return to Dallas as the Jewish community's week-long scholar- in-residence, the dynamic educator gave 17 different presentations, including a three-session early morning breakfast series, and also conducted an interfaith women's retreat. He "works without a net," which in this case means he employs neither lectern nor written notes. He does provide pertinent handouts, and on the morning of Feb. 7 he distributed take- home sheets filled with current world Jewish population statistics to some 60 participants in the Melton Adult Mini • Schoolprogram at theAaron Family JCC. One hundred years ago, Jews were spread out, especially in Europe,...

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