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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 June 2006

TJP V60-23, 06-08-06 pl8-21 6/6/06 6:40 PM Page 21 June 8,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 SHOWDOWN continued from page 1 Yet despite the mounting tension, the Fatah-Hamas confrontation could still play itself out politically. On Tuesday, Abbas was supposed to set a date for the referendum, but the Fatah executive deferred the deadline for agreement on the prisoners' document for a "few days," ostensibly to give the sides more time to negotiate. But the move was seen as an effort to step back from confrontation. Even if Abbas eventually does set a date for a referendum, the outcome could still be a nonviolent political solution. In one scenario, victory for Abbas in the referendum could bring Fatah back topower.Aloss on the other hand, could see Hamas winning the presidency as well as maintaining control of Parliament and the government. Or, an llth-hour agreement between the two parties could see the formation of a national unity Fatah-Hamas government, with Abbas taking ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 June 2006

TJP V60-23, 06-08-06 p22-24 6/6/06 6:37 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 8,2006 Columnists In My Mind's I Road trip uncovers Jewish gems Whenever I go anywhere, I look for things Jewish. A natural interest, of course, and an occupational opportunity: I want to bring things back home. Not physical things — new information is what 1 like, interesting facts I can pass on to you. Usually I don't have to look very far. Judaism is every- where! So my recent trip that began in Chicago also began with some Judaica at Navy Pier. The city's old parking place for ships and training space for sailors, which later became a home for international indus- trial exhibitions, has morphed in recent years into a sort of combination cultural dows transplanted through a foresighted By Harriet P. Gross center and festival marketplace. It houses the new and beautiful Chicago Shake- speare Theater, but it's also full of food — in a large interior court and at lots of outdoor specialt...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 June 2006

TJP V60-23, 06-08-06 p22-24 6/6/06 6:49 PM Page 23 -e June 8,2006 Recipes In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Surprise! Dads like to cook on Father's Day Richard's Grilled Lamb Chops When I started writing this story, I was open-minded. ] knew that some dads liked to cook, but thought that — by far — they would rather be cooked for instead of taking over the kitchen. A little unscientific research changed my thinking. The biggest surprise I found is that fathers don't want to file into restaurants on the third Sunday in June and be served whatever's on the menu. And while they don't necessarily prefer to com- mandeer the range and Cuisinart, they do want to stand outside over a hot grill. One fella actually said, "I don't like the restaurants and I enjoy being home with my family more than going out. I usually cook because I want to. I enjoy it. It relaxes me and allows me to think of other things besides business." Who can deny a dad? By far, I found that what most dads want to c...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 June 2006

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p01-03 6/20/06 3:13 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, June 22,2006 26 Sivan 5766 ■AWi Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post * i: March of the Living makes big impact on local students 2 Arnie Gachman named Jewish Federation FWTC, President 8 Bradley Wine appointed to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Council 9 VOLUME 60 NO. 25 texasjewishpost.com FOCUS ON ISSUES Israel divestment compromise? Presbyterian compromise appears to please Israel divestment opponents By Rachel Pomerance BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (JTA) — Two years after it angered Jews by passing a resolution calling for divestment from Israel, the Presby- terian Church USA is trying to undo the damage. At this year's General Assembly in Birmingham, a church committee agreed Saturday night to ask the full assembly to replace its 2004 resolution calling for "phased, selective divest- ment in multinational corporations operating in Israel" with a policy of "corporate engagement" that would restrict investments in Israel, ...

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

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p01-03 6/20/06 3:14 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year Visions of our past, the message of our future June 22,2006 Local Focus By Deb Silverthorn Students from Yavneh Academy and Dallas chapters of the North Texas-Oklahoma Region of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization recently returned from the 2006 March of the Living Tour of Poland and Israel. Students from around the world joined together to march from Auschwitz to Birkenau on Yom HaShoah and then traveled to Israel to com- memorate Yom HaZikaron and celebrate Yom HaAtzmaut. "What is most significant for the students is that they have both the opportunity and then the responsibility to 'bear witness' to the Holocaust," said Yavneh chap- erone and Board President Pam Fine. "It is important that this gen- eration takes the opportunity to hear the few remaining survivors talk about their horrible experi- ences in the Holocaust. Students who have gone on the March will always have this experience as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p01-03 6/20/06 3:14 PM Page 3 -e June 22,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post has made eight trips since 1994. "It's the most important thing I've done in my life and for the teens." "Being lewish, what does it mean to me? It used to mean Shabbat dinner, kosher food, and the occasional Saturday morning service," said BBYO participant and IJ. Pearce High School stu- dent Nace Allen. "But that has all changed and this journey has inspired me in so many ways to live my life to the fullest extent. In order to do that, ludaism must play a pivotal role. "The day of the actual March, we walked two miles from Auschwitz to Birkenau and everyone was wearing their blue MOTL jacket. It was truly an amazing experience to be one of 10,000 people making up a sea of blue. By the time I got to the end, my legs began to feel numb so I sat in a field near one of the blown-up crematoriums. While I was sitting there I looked around and saw all of these trees and flowers. At that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p04-07 6/20/06 3:15 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 22,2006 News Analysis from Washington The Iran dilemma deepens Is it a smart move to build an international coalition by using eco- nomic carrots, not confrontation, to convince one of the world's most dangerous regimes to abandon its nuclear ambitions, or is it Munich 1938 all over again? Publicly, Jewish leaders say the Bush administration's recent about- face in agreeing to talk to Iran and participate in a European-led package of economic and political incentives is a good deci- sion; in private, they're not so sure. That ambivalence reflects the fact that there are precious few options for stopping a determined Iran, especially not with the United States militarily over-extended and diplomatically weakened by the Iraq war. And it reflects a dilemma for Jewish leaders who have good his- toric reasons to take President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's threats against Israel seriously, but who also ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p04-07 6/19/06 7:07 PM Page 5 -e June 22,2006 Opinion In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Gender imbalance at institute calls its planning into question ATLANTA (JTA) — The Jewish Agency for Israel founded the Jewish People Policy Planning Institute in 2002, and mandated it, as the name suggests, to conduct policy planning for the Jewish people. Though its task was worthy, there was a certain imbalance in the insti- tute's composition: There was only one woman on the board. Out of a staff of 15 people, there were just two women, and they were pretty low on the totem pole. It shouldn't come as a surprise, therefore, that of the many research projects the institute has conducted, none, according to its Web site, was directed by a woman. The institute held conferences at which, according to its Web site, not one woman gave a speech or presentation. Perhaps some women spoke, but the leaders of the institute did not think their contributions significant enough to post...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p04-07 6/19/06 7:07 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 22,2006 Dallas Doings Samuel Adler's 'Ha-Motzi' Author-historian Hollace Weiner tells the TJP, here's a little - known fact about Samuel Adler, the successful Jewish composer of more than 400 published works, including five operas, six sym- phonies, 12 concerti, eight string quartets, four oratorios, and countless orchestral, band, chamber, and choral works. While music director at Dallas's Temple Emanu-El in the 1950s, Sam Adler composed the popular "Ha- Motzi" chant that millions of Jews enjoy singing to bless the challah on Shabbat. Adler, now 78 and professor emeritus at Eastman School of Music, worked at Temple Emanu- El early in his career, from 1953 to 1966. He recalled recently that Ray Israel, then temple educator, asked his help putting together a "little booklet of songs to teach prayers to elementary school children." Among the melodies Adler composed for the booklet was "Ha-Mot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p04-07 6/19/06 7:04 PM Page 7 -e June 22,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post the 2004 Seattle International Film Festival. Rabbi Rachel Gold- enberg will offer commentary following the screening. Tuesday, August 1,7 p.m., "Cap- turing the Friedmans" (2003) —A riveting nonfiction drama depicting the darkest moments of a disintegrating family and the elu- siveness of truth. The film is a devastating portrait of a dysfunc- tional family. This film contains strong adult themes and language that are inappropriate for children. The film was nominated for a Best Documentary Oscar in 2004 and won the Documentary Grand Prize at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. Rabbi Oren Hayon will offer commentary following the screening. All screenings will be in the Tobian Auditorium at Temple Emanu-El, 8500 Hillcrest Road in Dallas. Please remember that the films will be shown on Tuesday evenings this year. Tickets are $4 per film, or $12 for a season pass good for all four films...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p08-ll 6/20/06 3:17 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 22,2006 Gachman elected president as FWTC Federation marks its 70th annual meeting By Mona Karten The annual meeting of the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tar- rant County was called to order in the chapel at Beth-El Congregation on Thursday, June 8 with a full house. The audience was treated to an entertaining and informative presentation by Ron Turtel, shaliach for the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas. At 22 years of age, Ron sur- prised the audience with stories of his military service and his quick rise to commanding a troop. His PowerPoint program gave everyone food for thought and since he spoke briefly, the consensus was that he should be brought back to Fort Worth another time. Larry Coben, president, and Mort House, executive director, followed Ron with the presentation of awards to outgoing board members and to the volunteers, as well as the Wolens Scholarship and the two You...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p08-ll 6/20/06 3:17 PM Page 9 June 22,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Holocaust Memorial Museum Council By Deborah Sihvrlhorn Former Dallas resident Bradley D. Wine has been named to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council, the governing body of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. On April 25, the son of Piano residents Dr. Harvey and Gail Wine joined the council of 55 presi- dential appointees, 10 congressional representatives and three ex-officio members from the departments of Education, Interior and State. U.S. Secretary of Education Mar- garet Spellings oversaw the induction of Brad and fellow inductees Debbie Abrams, Reb- betzin Esther Jungreis, Norma Lerner, Marvin A. Pomerantz, Alan Neil Rechtschaffen, J. Philip Rosen, Elie Wiesel and Judy Yudof, who will each serve a five-year term. ''This is a great opportunity for me to continue to promote the museum to my generation," said Brad, a graduate of Piano Senior High School and former ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p08-ll 6/19/06 7:01 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 22,2006 Forgiving, but not forgetting By Susan Kandell Wilkofsky Several years ago, two social sci- entists launched a comprehensive research project, exploring whether deep-seated anger can be alleviated with the aid of an age-old concept — forgiveness. During the "Stan- ford Forgiveness Study" they interviewed almost 200 partici- pants who had unresolved feelings of hurt or hostility, hoping to help people understand the role that forgiveness can play in their lives. They could have saved themselves a lot of time and energy — they had to look no further than Eva Mozes Kor. If she can forgive the atrocities foisted upon her in a concentration camp, then surely anyone else can summon up the courage and com- mitment to act in a more forgiving fashion. The question is why? Why did she forgive? This powerful, award-winning documentary (Slamdance Film Festival's Special Jury Prize) opens as...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 p08-ll 6/19/06 6:59 PM Page 11 June 22,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Sketches of Frank Goldberg By Susan Kandell Wilkofsky What do you suppose would happen if you put two talented artists and friends, one an architect and the other a filmmaker, in the same room for sporadic moments over five years' time? You would get a captivating documentary and thus we have "Sketches of Frank Gehry," an endearing portrait of the archi- tect made by a friend, who just happens to he a famous film director. "Sketches of Frank Gehry," Sydney Pollack's first documentary, is a fascinating look at the highlights of his close friend Gehry's brilliant and celebrated career. The film includes interviews from his friends (including Pollack), his critics and even his lifelong therapist. "Sketches of Frank Gehry" opens on a drawing that morphs into Bilbao, the magnificent Guggen- heim Mu seum in Spain. It is evident that Frank Gehry loves to sketch, and we are fortunate to ob...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 pl2-13 6/19/06 6:55 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 22,2006 Post Pics Golf and Tennis Tournament benefits Jewish Community Center of Dallas The 19th Annual Colonial Bank/ Erwin Waldman Memo- rial Golf and Tennis Tournament drew 150 golf and tennis players. The successful event netted more than $65,000 for the Joanie I. Weinstein Camp Scholarship Fund and the Elaine Quint Schrager Preschool Enhance- ment Fund at the Jewish Community Center of Dallas on June 5. The Columbian Country Club supported the event which featured morning and afternoon tee times to accommodate the busy schedules of many golfers, a morning tennis tournament, and an evening dinner and awards ceremony Neil Goldberg, Sandy Kaufman, Barry Rothschild, Fred Shlesinger and Steve Waldman co-chaired the Golf Tournament and the Tennis Tournament was chaired by Laurie Judson, Nicole Schultz, and Rutbie Shor. Colonial Bank was the Title Sponsor for the third consecutive year. G...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 pl2-13 6/20/06 3:19 PM Page 13 June 22,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 College Ties expands programming By Andrew Tobolowsky College Ties, a joint social initiative aimed at fostering connections among Dallas area Jews of college age, debuted its summer program- ming lineup on March 3 at the Starbucks at Coit and Camp- bell. Now in its third year of operation, the program has blossomed into an unquali- fied success. Students from all over the country converged on the spot to mingle with other Jews of their own age and similar experiences. Some came out of curiosity, some with excite- ment. Some came to reunite with old friends, and some to meet new people. For hours that night the Starbucks was packed, and the conversation, lively. From modest beginnings this program has grown mightily over the last few years, offering a few social programs each break of a very basic kind. It is now poised to establish itself firmly as a fix- ture of the Dallas scene....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 pl4-17 6/19/06 6:21 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 22,2006 Magic is in the air for Federation Mission to Israel Next information session to be held Wednesday, June 28 at Congregation Beth Torah The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas is sponsoring the Magic of Israel Mission from Sunday, Feb. 11 through Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007 — and the magic and buzz are already in the air! Magic ^ISRAEL COMMUNITY MISSION - ftbruary 20, 1007 At the low cost of $2,750 per person (based on double occupancy and including airfare from Dallas), the information sessions for this mission have been well-attended and filled with enthusiasm. The next information ses- sion will be held on Wednesday, June 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Congregation Beth Torah, 720 W. Lookout in Richardson. "We are very excited about the impact the Magic of Israel Mission will have on the Greater Dallas com- munity," said Mission Chair Jim Hogue. "It will be the first time in many years that su...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 pl4-17 6/20/06 3:26 PM Page 15 -e June 22,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 Business You can't manage what you can't control I am always amazed at the sales- person who blames their lack of sales activity on everything but themselves. You can't manage the number of sales you're going to make, but you can manage the behavior that will help you make those sales. Obvi- ously you can't predict who will buy and who won't, because only the prospect knows if they really want what you're selling, if they have the budget and if they can make the decision to move forward. Those are all things outside of our control. By Scott Sherwin What is in your control is strate- regroup at another time. In Brief London writer says ntry I anti-Semitism country home o r Britain is overwhelmed by anti-Semi- tism disguised as criticism of Israel, according to a London newspaper colum- nist. Melanie Phillips says in her new book,"Londonistan: How Britain Is Cre- ating a Terror St...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 22 June 2006

TJP V60-25, 06-22-06 pl4-17 6/19/06 6:19 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year June 22,2006 Torah Portion Parashat Shelah: Numbers 13:1-15:41 EFRAT, Israel — The refusal of the Israelites to conquer the land of Israel as a result of the report of the scouts is considered by the sages of the Talmud to have been the worst transgression in the Bible. And remember that those scouts, who were all princes of their respec- tive tribes, had been part of a bedraggled, besmirched and beaten- down collection of slave laborers who stood up to the mighty empire of Egypt — and emerged victorious! Those leaders of this newly-formed and emergent nation had just seen with their eyes the Divine might unleashed against the Egyptian total- itarian despot and his immoral, slavery-based society, from the Nile River having been turned into blood to the splitting of the Reed Sea resulting in the drowning of the entire Egyptian cavalry After such an unri- valed military success, how could they...

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