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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 p08-ll 8/15/06 4:42 PM Page 9 August 17,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Rabbi Ed Feinstein returns to Dallas for two events By Deborah Silverthom Congregation Shearith Israel is a "home away from home" for Rabbi Ed Feinstein, who returns next week for two very special events. On Wednesday night, at 7 p.m. on the Douglas Campus, Rabbi Feinstein will be the first speaker of the year for the 100 Jewish Men program which he introduced to the Shearith com- munity after starting the program at his own Valley Beth Shalom in Los Angeles. On Thursday evening at 8 p.m., at Beit Aryeh, the North Satellite Campus located at Levine Academy, Rabbi Feinstein will speak about "The Questions that Won't Go Away," based on his award-winning book, "Tough Questions Jews Ask." !'We start asking questions about why we are living and what we struggle for as young adults and most of us never stop," said Rabbi Feinstein. "The questions go along with being alive and the search for...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 p08-ll 8/15/06 4:41 PM Page 10 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year August 17,2006 Health You can quit smoking — with motivation, advice, support If you are serious about quitting smoking, consult with your physician about a smoking cessation program that will work for you, advises UT Southwestern Medical Center oncologist Dr. Yvonne Coyle. Tobacco use is the largest cause of pre- ventable disease and deaths in the United States, with 440,000 people dying every year from lung and other cancers and cardiovas- cular disease caused by smoking or chewing tobacco products, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 50 percent of lung-cancer patients in the United States are former smokers, and another 35 percent are current smokers. "Although most tobacco smokers would like to quit, they may not be able to quit on their own," says Dr. Coyle, a spe- cialist in early detection and prevention of cancer."The No. 1 factor for success is a strong m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 p08-ll 8/15/06 5:34 PM Page 11 August 17,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Arts and Culture Sex in the (retirement) city By Susan Kandell Wilkofsky Ok, now that I have your atten- tion... Boynton Beach Club is a charming romantic comedy which is not about sex, but about falling in love. Dyan Cannon leads the all- star ensemble cast, which reads like a who's who of the over-70 set. Oops, a thousand pardons to Dyan who is only 69 and still looks, well...sexy — although a bit mal- nourished. The film is set in Florida where members of an active adult com- munity meet periodically at a bereavement club, where they seek emotional support and friendship. This is a new chapter in their lives and many were not prepared for this drastic change. They each have their own story of loss, but share similar stories of loneliness. Lest you think that the film is depressing, it's most certainly not! The film does not make light of their situation, but illuminates the po...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl2-13 8/15/06 4:38 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year August 17,2006 Post Pics University of North Texas' Jewish Studies Program honors benefactors, staff, students and volunteers By Tamara Stokes Bernard and Audre Rapoport were honored during the Jewish Studies Program (JSP) University of North Texas (UNT) Capital Campaign kick-off reception Aug. 9 at the home of Sherry and Ken Goldberg. Sherry Goldberg,hostess for the evening and the JSP campaign chair, said,"It's so important for us to get the information out to the community about this wonderful educational opportunity. Most people don't even know that this program exists. As chair of the JSP's first Capital Campaign, I'm hoping that our communities understand and feel the obligation to ensure this program remains vibrant, grows and will always be a strong and viable option for our children. We are not just educating youth; we are educating the Jewish leaders of the future." During the even...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl2-13 8/15/06 4:37 PM Page 13 -e August 17,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Bar Mitzvah Benjamin Aaron Cristoi Benjamin Aaron Cristoi will be called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah at Congre- gation Ahavath Sholom in Fort Worth on Shabbat morning, Aug. 19,2006. He has been devoted to his Judaic studies throughout his childhood and is looking forward to leading Shabbat services for his family, friends and congregation. Ben attends Trinity Valley School and will be entering the eighth grade. His interests are very diverse. In middle school he has always been on the Headmaster's List in addition to other academic merits. Ben runs cross-country for his school, partici- pates in competitive tennis, and recently received a distinction for his art work. He has spent his last four summers at Greene Family Camp and plans to return. He also anticipates a trip to Israel when he is in high school. Ben loves to travel and has an interest in learning languages. Ben's...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl4-17 8/15/06 4:35 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year Legacy going vertical for 2007 opening Underground construction completed; over 70 percent of apartments, villas reserved August 17,2006 Senior By Steve Israel PLANO — The dream of a new Jewish-sponsored continuum-of- care retirement community has come within 16 months of reality with these recent developments: •Workers this month finished underground construction for The Legacy at Willow Bend on a 27-acre site at the corner of Preston Road and Spring Creek Parkway. • Members, as Legacy calls its residents, have reserved more than 70 percent of the planned 115 independent living apartment homes and villas. • Leaders declared all financial bench- marks have been met and the $83-million full-service community is on track for a late 2007 opening. Subsurface work completion comes 10 months after ground- breaking. That $3-million phase included excavation, grading, base- ment construction, soil c...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl4-17 8/15/06 4:35 PM Page 15 -e August 17,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 not only in the construction but in the community that's coming together. We do a monthly event for our members. We're seeing friend- ships form. For example, we have a couple who moved here from out of town to be where their children are. They're living in an apartment until The Legacy opens. They came to an event, and people came up to them and befriended them. It's the begin- ning of a community." The 115 independent living resi- dences in the 400,000-square-foot community will include 103 apart- ments and 12 villas. There will also be 40 assisted-living apartments, a 60-bed skilled nursing center and 18 memory-support residences. Mem- bers purchase the right to live at the facility for $240,000 (for a 900- square-foot apartment home) to $680,000 (for a 2,200-square-foot, three-bedroom villa). The entrance fees are 90 percent refundable to the member or the member's estate....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl4-17 8/15/06 5:50 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year August 17,2006 Today, let s have a senior sing-along! By Harriet P. Gross Julie Andrews, long the darling of stage and screen, is heading fast toward her 71st birthday in October. Sadly, recent medical problems — both hers and those of some who treated her, apparently — have done unpleasant things to her throat and voice. But on Oct. 1, 2004, when she was celebrating her 69th (a junior senior citizen, wouldn't you say?), she managed to give out with something very spe- cial indeed. To celebrate that milestone natal day, Ms. Andrews appeared in New York's Radio City Music Hall at a benefit concert for AARP. One of the songs she offered was that old "Sound of Music" favorite, "My Favorite Things." But the words were new, rewritten for the occa- sion, to appeal to her audience of "blue-hairs" or "cotton-tops," whichever is your favorite descrip- tion. Here is what she said: Maalox and nosedrops...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl4-17 8/15/06 4:34 PM Page 17 -e August 17,2006 Calendar In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 17 Thursday, Aug. 17 Yavneh Academy of Dallas Back to School and Alumni Reunion 5p.m. Event includes an alumni reunion on the Schultz Rosenberg campus from 5 to 6:30 p.m., a new parent/student back-to- school night at Schultz Rosenberg from 6 to 7 p.m., and a back-to-school picnic at Churchill Park from 7 to 9 p.m. for stu- dents and families, faculty and alumni. For more information, call (214) 295- 3500 or e-mail info@yavnehdallas.org. Schultz Rosenberg Campus 12324 Merit Drive, Dallas Connecting Our Faiths: How Muhammad Is Recognized in Judaism, Christianity and Islam 7-9 a.m. This educational interfaith program is designed to explore how Muhammad received revelation to address society. The three faiths, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, recognize Abraham as their common ancestor. But what does each believe about Muhammad? Can they agree on making the connection in the...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl8-21 8/15/06 4:32 PM Page 18 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year August 17,2006 Synagogue Services Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday, Aug. 18,7:52 p.m. Friday, Aug. 25,7:44 p.m. CONGREGATION ACHDUT ISRAEL (Nan-Denominational) 5747 Charlestown Dr., Dallas (972)661-8577 Rabbi Binyamin E, Terenyo Ofer Abramov, President FRIDAY: Shabbat Mincha, Followed by Dinner-Candlelighting Time SATURDAY: Shacharit-10 a.m. DAILY: Private Torah Class, to schedule, call Rabbi Terenyo, (972) 877-4881. ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence Pkwy., Suite A, Piano (972)491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr Robert McDaniel, President FRIDAY: Kabbalat Shabbat-7:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Torah Study-9 a.m. CONGREGATION ANSHAI TORAH (Conservative) 5501W. Parker Road, Piano (972)473-7718 Rabbi Stefan Weinberg Neil Rubinstein, President FRIDAY: Kabbalat Shabbat-6:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Shabbat Morning-9:30 a.m. MORNING MINYAN: NUVI Ii <•: 15 a.m. Sun.-9:15 a.m. Nafl. Holidays-8:30 a.m. EVENIN...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl8-21 8/15/06 5:49 PM Page 19 -e August 17,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Obituaries Mollie Lipshy Dallas native Mollie Lipshy, 92, died Aug. 8, 2006, in Dallas. Raised in Greenville, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas, she married Sidney Lipshy in 1937. They lived in Tulsa for many years before they moved to Dallas. Mollie was very charitable. She was on the board of the Retina Foundation and supported the Edna Gladney Home. She battled Alzheimer's for years. She was well cared for by her family and Bea Baker and family and all her caretakers. Survivors include her son Jay Lipshy and wife, Julie, and her daughter, Judy Gable and husband Edward; five grandchildren, Karen Conner (Dennis), Karen Gable, Kimberly Crew (Mike), Katie Gable, and Scott Wolf; and four great-grandchildren, Samantha, Courtney, Jessica and Sydney. Funeral services were conducted by Rabbi Gerald J.Klein on Aug. 10 at Sparkman/Hillcrest Northwest Highway Chapel. Pri...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl8-21 8/15/06 4:31 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year August 17,2006 Around the Town with Rene Javier & Friends in concert at Congregation Ahavath Sholom For a delightful evening of music, ranging from cantorial to folk, plan to attend "Javier And Friends" in concert, Sunday, Aug. 27,6:15 p.m. at Congregation Aha- vath Sholom, 4050 South Hulen St. in Fort Worth. Tickets maybe purchased for $5 Kalinka Duo per person in advance by calling Congregation Ahavath Sholom at (817) 731-4721. The price at the door will be $10 per person. A lovely dessert reception will follow the concert. The "Friends of Javier" on the program include Dr. Javier Smo- larz, ritual director of Congregation Ahavath Sholom; Sheri Allen of Congregation Ahavath Sholom; Cantor Itzhak Zhrebker of Congre- gation Shearith Israel in Dallas; and Cantorial Intern Alissa Goodkin of Beth-El Congregation. Also per- forming will be the Kalinka Duo of Austin: Sergey Vashchenko on the bal...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 pl8-21 8/15/06 5:49 PM Page 21 August 17,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 / Luann and Rusty Feld, with their children Ester and Benjamin, and (front) Amy Cooper, Justin and Kelly Cooper Swafford (left) and Robert and Ari Simon (back), lead the candle blessings. f Elizabeth Cooper and The Apron difference in our lives and the lives of others? These wanderings in circles lead back to things that have been successful, as well as new ideas. As an example of the intercon- nected circles in Fort Worth, Margot Schwartz, WRJ president from 1967 to 1969 and a contem- porary of Dolores', reminisced about Rachel Goldman's arrival in Fort Worth as a"young bride." Fif- teen years later, Rachel was WRJ president, and helping Hollace Weiner plan her son's bar mitzvah. Forward another 15 years, Hollace, as president of Beth-El's WRJ, invited Dolores to help build on the success of the past two years. The idea that continued to emerge was that WRJ and both kinds of "si...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 p22-24 8/15/06 4:28 PM Page 22 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year August 17,2006 Columnists In My Mind's I there," By Harriet P. Gross These miracles are real and never cease to amaze Recently, I urged you to read some inspiring stories of incredible ironies in two collections: "Small Miracles for the Jewish Soul" and "Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul." Today, I'm passing along a couple of miracle stories from other sources that readers have shared. First: An observant Jew on board a plane at Boston's Logan Airport realized he'd left his tefillin at the ter- minal gate. Asking a flight attendant if he could go back to retrieve them, he learned that once a plane's doors had closed, nobody was allowed off. David (not his real name) appealed to the pilot for special permission, but received the same response. Now David was frantic, and began making such a fuss that he was actu- ally put off the plane, and not allowed to reboard. This happened on Sept. 11, 2001; ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 p22-24 8/15/06 4:27 PM Page 23 Life with a little salsa August 17,2006 Recipes In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 10 toss-together salsas for every palate When Latinos want to add zest to any- thing, food-related or not, they say "add a little salsa." This idiomatic phrase is what started the music and dance of the same name. And like many so-called ethnic foods, salsa is an American invention, a twist on a Mexican staple. Salsa is basic. Literally, salsa means "sauce" in Spanish, so potentially everything spooned over some- thing else is a salsa. In fact, what we commonly term salsa — chopped tomatoes, onions and seasonings — is really what Mexi- cans call pico de gallo, Spanish for "beak of the rooster." Fitting for its spicy, "sharp" flavor. North of the border, it's all salsa, whether the ingredients are simple or more exotic, with all types of fruits, vegetables and any variety of additions or modifications. Walk down the aisle at any high-end food empor...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 17 August 2006

TJP V60-33, 08-17-06 p22-24 8/15/06 4:26 PM Page 24 4@tAlbertsons New ideas at work. in meat our dept. Kosher Deli Department Hours Sun-Thurs. 9 am 'til 9 pm Friday 8 am 'til 5:30 pm Glatt Kosher Beef Shank Meat Osso Buco Regular 4.79 lb. See Our Weekly Ad Insert for More Great Values! Shop Albertsons I nol/ in our meat dept. m ;' Bakery Prices Effective * lb. Kosher Boneless Skinless Chicken Leg Meat Regular 4.49 lb. 99 ' A? ' J.. lb. Glatt Kosher Beef Shoulder Roast Regular 6.49 lb. Kosher Dairy Father's Cheesecakes 40 oz., Regular 9.99 each Kosher Dairy Bundt Cakes Save 1.00 each For All Your Kosher Needs 1341 W.Campbell Rd. Richardson,Tx Ph# 972-437-2896 Your Choice of Kosher Wide or Long Salami Save up to 2.00 lb. Kosher Pareve Baked Cookies 18 Count, Save 1.00 pkg. Kosher Pareve Kaiser or Hoagie Rolls 6 Count, Save 1.58 on 2 I 7 DAYS OF SAVINGS THUR 17 PRICES EFFECTIVE AUG. 10 -AUG. 16,2006 FRI 18 SAT 19 SUN 20 MON 21 TUES 22 WED 23 VISA IEBIG3N rds Coit & Campbell Locatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 26 October 2006

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p01-03 10/24/06 6:16 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, October 26,2006 4 Cheshvan 5767 Texas Jewi sh f J Since 1947 J Since 1947 Post 1166hJ ' Jewish Major Leaguers | mhp^I Em tiL+JL Mid-Season Moves 3 At Dallas Holocaust Museum, Azerbaijani's, Jews find common ground 3 Extensively updated, new edition of Encyclopaedia Judaica hits the shelves No Greenberg in the group, but 2006 boasts < Q good crop of Jewish U baseball players VOLUME 60 NO. 43 texasjewishpost.com Israel grows impatient on Gaza Some call for renewed occupation By Dan Baron JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel's patience with the growing menace from the Gaza Strip appears to be wearing thin. Government and military offi- cials spoke openly Oct. 22 of the need to move fast to stop Palestinian terrorists from turning the coastal territory into a "second Lebanon" threatening southern Israel. At the heart of the concerns is the so-called Philadelphi route, Gaza's seven-mile-long southern border which, since Israel's wit...

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

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p01-03 10/24/06 6:15 PM Page 2 In 2001 I opened Houston Jewish Funerals with a few simple ideas: • Provide compassionate, persona ized service • Operate from a facility that allows me to offer significant savings from the traditional funeral home that services the community Treat each family as if they were my own • Offer a full selection of funeral serv ces and merchandise Jeffrey Friedman Funeral Director - Owner Since this time, my business has grown to the point where we are now the primary Jewish Funeral service provider selected in Houston. Now, I am bringing this concept to Dallas, the city I grew up in. Dallas Jewish Funerals is the only independently owned funeral business in the Dallas area owned and operated by a Jewish funeral director. We provide services at graveside, synagogues, our chapel if suitable (50-seat), and also do alternative services. Additionally, we offer a full selection of funeral merchandise. What surprises many is that we do this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 26 October 2006

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p01-03 10/24/06 6:14 PM Page 3 -e October 26,2006 Local Focus In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Azerbaijanis, Jews find common ground In Holocaust Museum, they share pain and ways to confront genocide By Stew Israel DALLAS — Nine Azerbaijani clergy, educators and journalists — here on a three-week exchange program — found common ground among dis- plays of the Dallas Holocaust Museum last week. Speaking through interpreters, the guests solemnly recalled genocide that Armenian Christians imposed on Shiite Muslims and other Azerbaijanis in 1992. Their words of horror caromed off the museum's images of flames, corpses and other World War II artifacts. Any irony in the Islamic-Jewish dialogue evaporated quickly as visitors andhost recog- nized their shared experiences of oppression. "The lesson of the Holocaust is how people ought not to behave towards each other," explained Museum Director Elliott Dlin, acting as tour guide. He pointed to the words of Albert Einste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 26 October 2006

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p04-08 10/24/06 6:05 PM Page 4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year October 26,2006 Washington Watch Change in Jerusalem, silence in Washington In Israel, a teetering government elected on the promise of unilaterally leaving much of the West Bank has been rescued by a politician opposed to any new pullouts. But the Bush administration, which recently renewed its call for creation of a Palestinian state, has reacted with barely a murmur. That could change next month, when Prime Minister Ehud Olmert comes to town and when former Secretary of State James Baker III releases his report on U.S. Iraq strategy, which is expected to include recommen- dations for a new Israeli-Palestinian peace push. But for now, the dominant American reaction to the polit- ical melodrama in Jerusalem has been mostly silence. The deal, which still must be approved by the Knesset, means a prominent cab- inet position for Avigdor Lieberman, the Yisrael Beiteinu leader who opposed last year's ...

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