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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 February 2005

TJP V59-06 02-10-05 pW05-W08 2/8/05 8:13 PM Page W5 -e February 10,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post W5 from a bride's point of view and a mother's point of view," though she acknowledges that men "can do it pretty well, too." She said customers should know there are lots of hidden costs that explain the price of hiring a profes- sional photographer. "Some of the better albums cost me $350 whole- sale," she said, and it takes "gigantic amounts of time" to process pic- tures, while the bride and groom are enjoying their honeymoon. The list of ritual and social wed- ding activities that you and your photographer compile will vary according your level of observance and preferences, Kuper explained. Photo highlights may include the bride getting dressed, wedding party, ketubah (marriage contract) signing, bedeken (lifting of the bridal veil), family portraits, wed- ding party walking down the aisle, ceremony beneath the chuppah, bride circling the groom seven times, breaking the g...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 February 2005

TJP V59-06 02-10-05 pW05-W08 2/8/05 8:14 PM Page W6 -e W6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 10,2005 Age-old tradition "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a sixpence in your shoe." Every bride has heard it, but what does it mean? According to www.USAbride.com, this old adage has to do with hope, prosperity, fidelity and a little luck. Wearing something old is a link to the bride's single life and her family. It signifies a sense of conti- nuity and tradition. Many brides wear a piece of family jewelry. Wearing something new repre- sents hope for the future. These days, the bride's entire ensemble is often purchased new — so brides have this one covered easily. Brides are supposed to borrow something from a friend who is hap- pily married as a sort of good luck charm that will bring them happi- ness in their own marriage. Brides often borrow a piece or jewelry or even a special handkerchief from a beloved family member or friend. Blue is the...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 February 2005

TJP V59-06 02-10-05 pW05-W08 2/8/05 8:17 PM Page W7 -e February 10,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post W7 Sign on, sign up Gift registry lets your friends know what you need By Andrea Seidsma Two weeks after Didi Meltzer was engaged, she did some- thing out of the ordinary—she began registering for gifts. That may seem a bit soon, but the bride-to-be said it was one of the smartest things she could ever have done. The inspiration behind the early gift registering came from an engagement party that her fiance's parents were planning. !!My fiance's mother said all their friends are going to want to buy us gifts. She said, 'Do you want them to give you whatever they want or do you want to have an influence on that?'" Meltzer said. "I wanted to have an influence on that." Besides having a say in her engagement gifts, Meltzer also pro- vided a huge convenience for her friends and family by registering. !<People are going to give you gifts whether you have an engagement party or no...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 10 February 2005

TJP V59-06 02-10-05 pW05-W08 2/8/05 8:18 PM Page W8 -e W8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 10,2005 I.I.C. Misane Jewelry Fine Jewelry d" South West Diamond Cutters European Trained'Diamond Cutters Mike Nathan Ashley van Creveld Tel: 972-387-1063/5 • Fax: 972-387-5526 • Tel: 972-387-1078/9 1-800-934-SWDC 6757 Arapaho Road • Suite 767 • Dallas, Texas 75248 DUCKY-BOB'S Party & 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 Wedding, Rehearsal Reception, Birthday Anniversary, Retirement Grand Opening, Celebration and so much more... Eagle burs Inc. ~ ^ SAFE, QUALITY BUS TRANSPORTATION For Groups Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs TRAVEL ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.A. 972-721-0545 rsinc.com www.eaqletoursinc.com HIGHPOINT MANOR INN IN WIMBERLE Y, TX The perfect place to be. ^——w beautiful Hill Country Bed and Breakfast on 35 tree- /]...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p01-04 2/15/05 7:04 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, February 17,2005 8 Adar 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post UNT helps revive Kletzki's war-era music in Israel. 2 "Paper Clips" documents new tolerance and understanding. 12 Science, childhood meet at The Wise Academy's annual expo. 15 VOLUME 59 NO. 7 texasjewishpost.com NEWS ANALYSIS After summit, progress and trepidation Steps forward are tempered by doubts and fears By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — The dust is still settling after last week's summit at the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheik, but early signs on the ground are highly contradic- tory. Last week, just 48 hours after the summit, Palestinian terrorist groups fired more than 50 mortar shells at Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip — yet now Hamas, the largest and most important of the terrorist groups, says it's committed to the cease-fire announced at the summit. Israel's security service, Shin Bet, says the cease-fire won't last, but the Israel Defen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p01-04 2/15/05 6:56 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 17,2005 In Focus Silenced by Nazis, music finally airs in Israel By Steve Israel StaffWriter DENTON - In a 3-1/2-hour live broadcast heard bynearly 40,000 Kol Israel radio listeners, a North Texas professor and four colleagues have given life to music the Nazi regime repressed in the 1930s. "This is the hidden music of sev- eral European composers, notably Paul Kletzki, a native of Poland who served as director of the Dallas Sym- phony Orchestra from 1958 to 1962," Timothy lackson told the TJP last week from his office at the University of North Texas (UNT). Through his "Lost Composers" project, lackson and others have worked since 1990 to find and revive the unheard musical works long after their creators' deaths. lackson, 46, is Associate Professor of Music Theory and Director of the Center for Schenkerian Studies at UNT. "Just like Israel has grown out of the ashes of the Holocaust, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p01-04 2/15/05 6:57 PM Page 3 -e February 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post SELLING ISRAEL continued from page 1 The images go for the emotional jugular: To illustrate women's rights in Israel, an Israeli Arab woman in full Muslim garb embraces a bikini- clad lewish hottie. Ray Charles at his "Hit the Road, lack" coolest ringed with some of his many strongly pro- Israel quotes. A proud gun-toting Israel Defense Forces soldier a gay IDF soldier. Some focus on less-commonly known attributes of Israeli life, such as the nation's leading role in the high-tech and bioengineering industries. Others stress the multi- cultural nature of Israeli society, such as the successful absorption of Ethiopian lews. Not all of the posters fly. One of Carey's favorites pictured a hunky dude in a thong bikini photo- shopped to make the model appear decidedly underwhelming in the codpiece area. The caption read: "Israel: It's not as big as you think." That one drew a few too ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p01-04 2/15/05 6:58 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 17,2005 Washington Watch By James D. Besser TJP Washington Correspondent Dean wins DNC job, slammed by Republicans It's deja vu all over again; Howard Dean's election as chair of the Democratic National Committee has revived Republican attacks based on the former presidential candidate's statements about Israel and the terrorists bent on destroying it. And that has upset at least one major lewish leader who worries that Israel is being dragged unneces- sarily into the partisan battlefield. This week the Republican lewish Coalition is running ads in major lewish newspapers attacking Dean for what the group called his "weak record of support for Israel." The ads include Dean's contro- versial comment that "It's not our place to take sides" in the Arab- Israeli conflict and his use of the term "soldiers" in referring to Hamas terrorists. The RIC also cites criticisms of Dean's comments by f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p05-08 2/15/05 6:59 PM Page 5 -e Looking back - looking ahead Haifa - Many of us base our moods and expectations for the future in the Middle East on what we read in the press or see on television. Outbreaks of terrorism and collapse of peace talks inevitably lead to pessimism, and we hasten to search for further devel- opments that may alter the trend. The history of the past 50 years, if portrayed in graphs alone, would depict a wildly erratic series of lines jumping up and down without rhyme or reason. Back in 1993, when the skies were blue and relations with our neighbors were most promising, Arkia Airlines lost no time in drawing up a regular schedule of flights from Tel Aviv directly to Beirut, Damascus, Amman and Akaba. Flight times were deter- mined and rates fixed. However, they stopped short of actually printingthe tickets. On the basis of our experience we have learned not to rely either on pre- dictions or on specific occurrences. Tomorrow is another ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p05-08 2/15/05 7:00 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 17,2005 Dallas Doings Hiiiel to honor Weinsteins Regional Hillel will honor com- munity leaders Andrea and Loren Weinstein at the 3rd annual Hillel Tribute Breakfast on Sunday March 27, 9:30 a.m. at the Aaron Family JCC, Zale Auditorium. Loren Weinstein, a native of Denver, and Andrea Waldman Weinstein, a native of Dallas, returned to Dallas in 1968. Within a short period of time, both became active in several activities that cul- minated in Loren's serving as president of the Jewish Community Center, chair of the Federation's Jewish Community Relations Council and most recently chair of the Federation's Planning and Allo- cations Committee. Andrea has served as president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas and chair of its J ewish Commu- Loren and Andrea Weinstein nity Relations Council. She currently serves not only as chair of the Texas- Louisiana Hillel Consortia, but also is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p05-08 2/15/05 7:01 PM Page 7 -e February 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post from the University of North Texas and a bachelor's degree in Engi- neering and Management from Fairleigh Dickinson University Goldfarb is executive director of the Southwest Institute for Per- sonal Financial Education at the University of Dallas, and is a cer- tified arbitrator and mediator. He is listed in Marquis' Who's Who in Finance and Industry, and has served as national vice-chairman of Planned Giving for the Amer- ican Heart Association. He has served on the CFP Board of Pro- fessional Review for three years. AJC to present fascinating, troubling program on Iran today Dr. Manouchehr Ganji, a top authority on "an inside view of Iran today" will be the special guest speaker on Tuesday Feb. 22, 7:30 p.m. in Temple Emanu-El's Tobian Auditorium. He will speak on "The Mullah Regime: Threat to Israel and the Middle East - Sources of Terrorism in the Western World." The program...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p05-08 2/15/05 7:01 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 17,2005 It's a culture thing - It s a friendship thing - It s A Girl Thing! By Melissa Maroff The adolescent years - not the best time for self-esteem - if only preteen and teenage girls had a place to bond with their peers, learn about their heritage and just talk about what's really on their mind. Voila... "Kolot's Rosh Hodesh: Its A Girl Tiling!" a program conceived of by students at the Reconstruc- tionist Rabbinical College in Philadelphia, designed to enhance the self-esteem and Jewish identity of Jewish adolescent girls. "We wanted to find an approach that would keep Jewish girls from sixth through 12th grades emotion- ally healthy, that would draw on Judaism to create a framework, and that celebrates the ancient tradition of Rosh Hodesh," states Mindy Shapiro, the program's national pro- ject director at Kolot: The Center for Jewish Women's and Gender Studies at RRC. She describes t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p09-12 2/15/05 7:07 PM Page 9 February 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post For Shavuot, they may read Megilat Rut (The Book of Ruth) to explore the relationship between two heroines of The Torah, Naomi and Ruth, or sample customary Shavuout dairy foods like cheese- cake and ice cream. The girls connect Jewish learning with their own lives. In focusing on specific commandments, for example, they might work on a project honoring their parents or nurture their bodies with a guest yoga instructor. "It's a non-classroom setting where they can talk and learn simul- taneously," Raskin points out. A typical session might include art projects, dramatizations, or writing exercises. The focus of It's A Girl Thing! is non-denominational, and each ses- sion opens with a candle lighting and blessing to "create the mood and environment," according to Raskin. The group members sign their names along with artwork related to the months theme on a white ritual sheet, which t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p09-12 2/15/05 7:08 PM Page 10 10 Texas Jewish Post In O ur 59th Year February 17,2005 Richard M, Joel President of Yeshiva University Wili Proudly Confer An upon Hvona(tl f"':/ c 11 c 11 Revered Leader of the Dallas Jewish Community Esteemed Patron of Jewish Education Nationwide and Will Acknowledge the Role of His Beloved Wife &tJL£§ c u c n in Establishing the Ronald and Ethel Gruen Endowed Fund for the Advancement of Secondary Jewish Education at Yeshiva University (jU <lAaxqj±A*\a^ 9Roaciv 2, 2005 7:30 py.rrv. Academic Convocation CONGREGATION SHAARE TEFILLA 6131 Churchill Way Dallas, Texas For information: 972-661-0127 Please join us in celebrating the achievements of these remarkable communal leaders and philanthropists Y Yeshiva University America's Jewish University in Service to Humanity www.yu.edu WATCH continued from page 4 opposing a number of the reap- pointed nominees. The list of names submitted to lawmakers this week "includes several who ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p09-12 2/15/05 7:09 PM Page 11 February 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Temple Shalom welcomes Dr. Michael Cook as Scholar in Residence next weekend Dr. Michael Cook Temple Shalom will present Dr. Michael Cook, 2004-2005 Alan Marcus Jacobus Scholar-In-Residence. A professor of Judeo-Christian Studies at HUC- Jewish Institute of Religion, Dr. Cook will spend the weekend of Feb. 25 - Feb. 27, 2005, at Temple Shalom in Dallas. The theme of the weekend will be "Jews and Christians in the Passover- Easter Season: Retrospect and Prospect." All events are free and are open to the public. On Friday, Feb. 25, he will deliver the sermon during Shabbat Services, which begin at 8 p.m. in the Sanc- tuary. His topic will be "One Year Later: Recharting Our Ways Through the Mel Gibson Maze ... the Abiding and Widening Ramifications." A Temple Sisterhood-Adult Education co-sponsored oneg follows services. On Saturday, Feb. 26, the Torah Study class will hear "Passov...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 p09-12 2/15/05 7:21 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 17,2005 Paper Clips teaches tolerance By Susan Kandell Wilkofsky As a child I remember looking at the night sky and wondering just how many stars were twinkling back at me and contemplating how long would it take me to count them all. Of course, hearing the theory that the total number of stars in the uni- verse is greater than all the grains of sand on all the beaches of the planet made me reconsider this enormous task. The documentary "Paper Clips," which opens this week in Dallas, explores middle school students in rural Tennessee grappling with the concept of large numbers as it relates to the number of Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust. This was no simple task. Whitwell, Tenn., is a small com- munity 24 miles northwest of Chattanooga. Whitwell is situated not too far from the birthplace of the KKK and the site of the famous Scopes Trial of 1925. This is a town of 1,600 peo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 pl3-16 2/15/05 6:07 PM Page 13 -e February 17,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 SUMMIT continued from page 1 Abdullah and Abbas, now recognize that terrorism must stop before peacemaking can begin. They also all accept Israel's plan to withdraw from the Gaza Strip and part of the West Bank as the basis for a new dynamic leading to peace talks based on the road map. In the not-so-distant past, the Arabs and many Europeans had argued that peacemaking was the way to stop terrorism. Now, a senior Sharon aide told JTA, it's clear to everyone that terrorism must stop before peace can have a chance. On the declarative level at least, the summit signaled a return to the situ- ation that existed before the intifada began in September 2000. According to the understandings reached, the violence will end, Israeli troops will move out of Palestinian towns and cities, roadblocks will be lifted, Pales- tinian prisoners will be released and Palestinian workers will retu...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 pl3-16 2/15/05 7:24 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year February 17,2005 SlMCHAS Golden Anniversary Engagement Sydel and Bernie Rudner Sydel and Bernie Rudner of Dallas celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary by taking their children and grandchildren on a Caribbean cruise. Honoring the couple was a formal, catered dinner party for family and friends by their son, Steven and his wife Lisa and a brunch by their daughter Roni and her husband Joe. The Rudners were married December 26,1954 in New York City. Bernie, a graduate of City Col- lege of New York, was Regional Sales Manager for the Billy the Kid Company. He was promoted to Vice President and National Sales Manager and was relocated to El Paso, the company's main office. He then started his own manufac- turing company, the 807 Company, which manufactured clothing in Mexico. Sydel earned her Masters' Degree in Education at the City College of New York and taught in the New York City schools...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 February 2005

TJP V59-07 02-17-05 pl3-16 2/15/05 3:49 PM Page 15 -e February 17,2005 Post Pics In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 Science, childhood meet at Wise DALLAS - Rice Krispies were dancing on teaspoons and a hairy tarantula pranced on fingertips last week as childhood innocence met the wonders of science at The Wise Academy Nearly 100 students from neighboring schools vis- ited the Wise campus on Northaven Road during the Reform Jewish day school's seventh annual Science Expo on Wednesday and Thursday On Friday Wise's older students took their science know-how to Vogel Alcove, a haven for children of the homeless. "Kids take a lot of pride in presenting their exper- iments, and they love science...it's all hands-on," explained Terrie Smith, a math and science teacher at Wise and coordinator of the expo. The visiting students rotated among seven class- rooms, each with its own science experiment theme: earth sciences, electricity, biology, chemistry, physics, discovery and environment....

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TJP V59-07 02-17-05 pl3-16 2/15/05 2:40 PM Page 16 16 Texas Jewish Post In O ur 59th Year February 17,2005 O R I S M

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