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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 26 October 2006

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p21-25 10/24/06 5:35 PM Page 25 -e October 26,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 25 Kabbalat Shabbat series at Ahavath Sholom Congregation Ahavath Sholom (CAS) will hold the first of its four-week series on the Kabbalat Shabbat Experi- ence this Friday, Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m. The three special services following will be held on Friday evenings, Nov. 3,10 and 17, all at 7:30 p.m. An Oneg will follow each service of songs and psalms to welcome the Shabbat. The series will also combine the Kabbalat Shabbat service with a discus- sion on the meaning, history, significance and importance of the prayers as well as letting participants experience different melodies of var- ious composers and even learn some fun trivia about the welcoming of Shabbat. Rabbi Analia Bortz will be the guest lecturer on Nov. 17. Shabbat dinner will start at 6 p.m. for those who register at the CAS office, (817) 731-4721, followed by the service, with dessert afterward. Fee for the dinner...

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

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p26-28 10/24/06 5:34 PM Page 26 -e 26 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year October 26,2006 Columnists In My Mind's I A tale of three suits Here's a story about three suits, which received their annual airings- wearings during the recent High Holy Days. I don't have to search funky exotic resale shops for vin- tage clothing. I have my own, in the back of my closet. These three suits are among the "treasures" there, a trio almost 25 years old. Most of the time, I'm not even conscious of them. But as the holidays approach, I always remember... Suit Number 1: Its label, "Setiage," says it came to me from Italy via Lester Melnick, during that late shop's very good days. A silky blend of wool and viscose, the suit itself is very good. It's a beautiful windowpane plaid in a mix of reds and browns and blues. Very fall. Very nice for the first day of Rosh Hashanah. Its skirt, when I tried it on this year, was a bit too long for current fashion—but then, who cares? This is ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 26 October 2006

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p26-28 10/24/06 5:34 PM Page 27 -e October 26,2006 Recipes In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 27 Make it quick Nothing is better than home cooking done well. A good cook deserves high praise and second helpings. Non-cooks think that good cooks love being in the kitchen and spending inordinate amounts of time slaving over a perfect meal. Not so. The good cook knows when to spend the time and when to save it. Needless to say, it doesn't need to take you all day to reap the advantages of doing it yourself — mouth-wateringly — with the bonus of cooking it quickly. Some foods just naturally take little time to prepare. Chicken breasts, steaks and fish fillets are good examples. These foods, sans prep time, are best cooked about 10 minutes total. In fact, overcooking — the nemesis of fish, steak and poultry — will ruin food, plain and simple. Why, then, do many cooks (especially Jewish cooks) overcook everything? Like most Jewish answers, it comes down to one word: tr...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 26 October 2006

TJP V60-43, 10-26-06 p26-28 10/24/06 5:32 PM Page 28 Representative Tony and Toppy Goolsby "Your Voice In Austin99 Salute Our Friend Stanley Rabin in honor of his receipt of the Henry Cohn Humanitarian Award Let us all keep Israel s hopes in our hearts during their time of struggle. We stand with them. District Office 6211 W. Northwest Hwy. Suite G-104 Dallas, Texas 75225 (214) 503-1900 Fax: (214) 750-0460 Capitol Office P.O. Box 2910 Austin, Texas 78768 (512) 463-0454 (512) 463-1121 PD. POL. ADV. BY TONY GOOLSBY

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p01-03 11/7/06 5:13 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, November 9,2006 18 Cheshvan 5767 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post From generation to generation, Aaron family has strong ties to JCC 2 Dallas elementary students learn the meaning of 'Never Again' 10 Temple Shalom teaches families about staying safe at annual fair 12 VOLUME 60 NO. 45 texasjewishpost.com NEWS ANALYSIS New urgency for Mideast peace moves Seeking Iraq exit strategy, U.S. pushes Israel toward peace talks By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — Ahead of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's upcoming visit to Washington, Israel and the United States are dis- cussing ways to strengthen Palestinian moderates and jump- start a new peace process. In a bid to bolster Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas' more moderate Fatah party the Americans would like to see Israel release the popular jailed Fatah leader, Marwan Barghouti, and Israel is signaling readiness to make far-reaching moves toward a two-state solution. Talk o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p01-03 11/7/06 5:12 PM Page 2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 Local Focus Aaron family has long history with CC By Deb Silverthorn From generation to generation, the Jewish Community Center has been an integral part of the Aaron and Rosenthal families. While time has passed, and years have gone by, the camp activities that Carol remembers as a child are not so dif- ferent from the memories shared by her daughter Angela or grand- daughter Morgan. Whether as a little tot on the playground, as a child learning to swim, growing up with BBYO or as an adult with a place to guarantee finding a friendly face, the "J" has provided the background. That background will be bold, be bright, be loud, and be exciting when the Aaron family is honored with the "'be' part of a community growing in strength" extravaganza, on Nov. 18, at the Trade Mart Courtyard, in Dallas. "It is a pleasure for us to have the honor of supporting the Aaron family as they have sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p01-03 11/7/06 5:11 PM Page 3 November 9,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post MEDIA continued from page 1 willingness to assign unsophisticated reporters to the Middle East; 2) an overemphasis on Israel by Mideast cor- respondents, most of whom are based in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv and try "to thwart the official version and tell their readers something different"; 3) fear of intimidation and retribution by Pales- tinian terrorists and others who are offended by unflattering news accounts; 4) a political ideology that propels some reporters to "see Israel as the Goliath and the Palestinians as the victims"; and 5) a Palestinian tendency to shade the truth "to advance a larger aim" while Israel displays a higher regard for truth- fulness toward the media. "It's important to keep making an issue of the coverage" because U.S. public opinion toward Israel strongly influences the votes of members of Congress, Jacoby said. "By and large I don't see any weak- ening of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p04-07 11/7/06 5:47 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 NEWS ANALYSIS FROM WASHINGTON New peace push: Don't hold your breath With a long, bitter election season finally over, some analysts say a new round of U.S. Mideast peacemaking may be in the offing as the Bush administration seeks a face-saving route out of Iraq, the issue that drove American politics during the midterm con- gressional campaigns. But while there will be renewed pressure on the administration to deal with Iraq by trying to advance other Middle East causes, it is far from clear whether Presi- dent George W. Bush, entering the twilight phase of his presidency, will be any more interested in an active U.S. peacemaking role than he has been since his inauguration in 2001. lewish pro-peace-process groups say the recent war in Lebanon and the ongoing strife in Gaza demonstrate the destructive consequences of U.S. inaction. But the president's aversion to change — and to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p04-07 11/7/06 5:48 PM Page 5 -e November 9,2006 Opinion In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Aliyah: different strokes for different oiks Today as I write — four days until the American elections. My Amer- ican absentee ballot arrived weeks ago. I have never become accus- tomed to seeing so many races that are uncontested, with only a single candidate on the Collin County (Piano) ballot; I cannot remember anything like it on the New York City ballots of my previous life. The form of democratic government here, based on the English model, is very different from anything encountered in the Amer- ican system, and the political machinations of coalition-building in order to form a government often seem to be so ineffi- cient and ineffective. One doesn't always get used to these dif- ferences! It has been three years now since I came on aliyah. It seems like such a long time ago when I began the preparations for this "new life." There was so much I seemed to know, hav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p04-07 11/7/06 5:48 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 Dallas Doings NJDC presents award to two Texas Jewish activists The National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC) recently presented Texas Jewish community and political activists Bernard "B" Rapoport and Ambassador Arthur Schechter with the organization's Lifetime Achievement Award. The award, which was bestowed by NJDC officers at a reception featuring former President William Jefferson Clinton at the home of Senator and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller (D- W.Va.), is a testament to Rapoport and Schechter's tireless commitmentto Jewish and Democratic causes. "For decades,'B' Rapoport and Arthur Schechter have been constants in Jewish, Amb. Arthur Schechter of Houston (second from left) and Bernard Rapoport of Waco (second from right) with former President Clinton after receiving the National Jewish Democratic Council Lifetime Achievement Award for their com- mitment to Jewish and Democrati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p04-07 11/7/06 5:50 PM Page 7 -e November 9,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Kenny Chazanow, Beth Chazanow, Eddie Ackerman,and Susan Chazanow at the Wine with Everything fund-raiser benefiting Children's Medical Center fluid initially came back negative, Drew continues to be treated via spinal taps so the same fate doesn't fall upon her. With continued funding for research and pro- grams, we can continue these success stories for all of our children." CCF, founded in 1982, supports clin- ical and laboratory research for pediatric cancer. It raises funds through charitable events and donations from the public and private sectors of industry, foundations, trusts, and indi- viduals interested in fighting pediatric cancer. Since its inception, C.CF has awarded over $6 million in grants. This organization seeks partially to relieve the medical and research staff of the burden of obtaining and administering funds for this research and treatment and to assist in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p08-ll 11/7/06 5:10 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 ^CIUCq l'AN celato RiNMsS,k Authentic Italian Gelato & Caffe Up to 40 flavors made fresh daily Exclusive feature: All-day mini-cooler delivery "within 3-mile radius from the store location. Now open at 5915 Forest Ln. (at Preston) call 972.392.0319 for more details SUCCEED BY CHOICE Business Opportunity Available 1. Earn Additional Income. 2. Replace Current Income. For More Info Contact Geoffrey at GMBAKU@YAHOO.COM Receptionist / Administrative Assistant High traffic, fast paced, multi-task position. Good personal relations and communication skills. Computer literate with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Data Entry. Chaverware and Quickbooks a plus. Full time with some evenings (M-F) Parker /Willowbrook area. Email resume to: gloria.bustillo@anshaitorali.org, EOE Candice & Robert Haas Visiting Scholar Lecture Series presents DR. DAVID B. RUDERMAN, A TALE OF THREE JE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p08-ll 11/7/06 4:58 PM Page 9 November 9,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Synaplex to start here — at Shearith Israe By Harriet P. Gross Third in a three-part Series, on "Sabbath renewal" Synaplex Shabbat will begin on Sat- urday, Nov. 18, at Congregation Shearith Israel. According to CSI's Senior Rabbi William Gershon, "What this means is that you will need to think about Shabbat and shul differently." The local synagogue was chosen, along with 11 other congregations across the nation, to take part in this year's STAR (Synagogue Transformation and Renewal) initiative. And that Saturday morning, things will indeed be different. There will, of course, be a traditional service — this will never change. But while it goes on, so will a smorgasbord of other activities,providing a variety of alternative ways in which the Sabbath can be observed. Eighteen choices, in fact — a double chai menu for the first of Shearith's six scheduled Synaplex Shabbat experiences...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p08-ll 11/7/06 4:57 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 Merriman students learn about the Holocaust from survivor s son By Deb Silverthorn "Never Again" is definitely the mes- sage for life that students of Richardson's Merriman Elementary School took away after visiting the Dallas Holocaust Museum and sharing in a moving tribute to former Dallas resident, and Holocaust survivor, Mina Treibits Fischman, who passed away in 2004. A memorial plaque was donated to the museum by Fischman's son, Howard Yallon. Yallon, who lives in Richardson, donned his tallit and said Kaddish for both of his parents. He was very moved by the occasion and the chance to teach his neighbors a lesson of the fight and respect for life. "It's extremely important to give these stories to the children, and I'm grateful to Mr. Dlin (Elliott Dlin, executive director of the Dallas Holocaust Museum) and the museum for connecting this ceremony with a visit from the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 p08-ll 11/7/06 5:45 PM Page 11 November 9,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 DALLAS DOINGS continued from page 7 Morton Meyerson speaks about tzedakah "We are all put here for a purpose,"said Morton Meyerson to a full house at the Aaron Family JCC. More than 150 people gathered in the Zale Auditorium on Nov. 1 to hear Mey- erson explain his journey in discovering that purpose for himself. The former pres- ident of EDS, current chairman and CEO of 2M Companies, private investor and consultant shared his personal accounts of philanthropy. He spoke about his career,his travels, his beliefs, and the importance of tzedakah in his life. "Although luck and timing are important in business," he claimed, "what is most difficult is finding meaning in your life. Being connected to my family, the community and the world gives meaning to my life," he explained. During the first several years, Mey- erson's foundation mainly supported nonprofits in Dallas-Fort Worth, N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 pl2-13 11/7/06 3:46 PM Page 12 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 Post Pics Safety 9-1-1 at Temple Shalom Temple Shalom of Dallas held its Safety 9-1-1 event on Sunday, Oct. 22. Parents and children had a fun and educa- tional day. Everyone was able to climb aboard fire engines, ladder trucks, motorcycles, police cars, a helicopter, rescue vehicles, and a fire safety house, while learning from police officers and fire fighters how to stay safe. Emler Swim School demonstrated water safety techniques. Other fun activities included a rock climbing wall, a trackless train, Red E. Fox who taught the children how to dial 9-1-1, martial arts demonstrations, and Dr. Baby Proofer. Food was catered by Wendy Krispin. On'? Ice PRODUCED BY FELD ENTERTAINMENT PIXAR f&onsters, ii PU£ I IT 'S MONSTERR/F/C... YOU WON'T BEUEVE YOUR EYE! NOV. 16 - 19 reunion arena Thu. NOV. 16 ★ 7:30 PM OPENING NIGHT - TICKETS $10! (Excludes Rinkside and VIP seats. No double...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 pl2-13 11/7/06 3:59 PM Page 13 -e November 9,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 SlMCHAS Engagement Ronit Yael Vernon and Michael ira Stern Rabbi Art and Michel e Vernon of West Hempstead, N.Y. and Howard and Barbara Stern of Sugar Land, Texas, are delighted to announce the engagement of their children, Ronit Yael Vernon and Michael Ira Stern. Ronit's grandparents were the late Dr. Chester M. and Lillian Vernon of Los Angeles, Calif, and Leon and Dorothy Levinthal of Liv- ingston, N.J. Ronit graduated cum laude with a degree in sociology from the Uni- versity of Arizona. She is currently employed by First Magnus Finan- cial Corporation as a mortgage con- sultant. Michael is the grandson of Anita Darryl and the late Harold Darryl of Dallas and the late Irene Klein of New York, N.Y. and Mr. Morton Stern of Del Ray Beach, Fla. Michael graduated with honors from Southern Methodist Univer- sity with degrees in both engineering and mathematics. He received his ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 pl4-17 11/7/06 3:44 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 WELLS HOME FARGO MORTGAGE PRIVATE MORTGAGE BANKING The Right Expert With The Right Connections In a high-end real estate transaction, Matt Pizette excels at making complex financing arrangements refreshingly simple and rewardingly expedient. With a local market perspective and far-reaching financial capabilities, he is a forward thinker who appreciates your position and is empowered to respond with a flexible solution that leverages assets and complements wealth-management goals. Enjoy exceptional service and gain convenient access to the comprehensive resources of one of the nation's most respected financial institutions. Residential Purchases, Refinance, New Construction Matt Pizette Private Mortgage Banker 8201 Preston Road • Ste. 160 • Dallas,TX 75225 214-346-3670 Phone • 214-914-1818 Cell matt.pizette@wellsfargo.com Wells Fargo Home Mortgage is a division of Wells Fargo ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 pl4-17 11/7/06 3:42 PM Page 15 -e November 9,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 process is new, it's easy to go with the first lender or loan officer you meet. Instead, take your time and shop around. Start by asking friends, co-workers and family members for recommendations. When you've identified two or three loan officers, ask for refer- ences. Remember, obtaining a pre-approval may offer more con- fidence and certainty to home sellers. In addition to pricing (interest rate and closing costs), focus on customer service as well as other services and tools that a mort- gage lender may be able to offer you. For example, in addition to offering the pre-approval pro- gram, GMAC Mortgage offers a feature called "HomeCommand," which allows you to cap a mort- gage rate for up to 126 days while you shop for your dream home, as well as a free, Internet-based home-finder service that can give you a jump on other house- hunters, alerting you to homes that hit the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 November 2006

TJP V60-45, 11-09-06 pl4-17 11/7/06 3:41 PM Page 16 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year November 9,2006 Obituaries Esfir Averboukh EsfirAverboukh,86, a loving and devoted mother, grandmother and great-grand- mother, died at her Dallas home on Nov. 3, 2006. Born on Oct.23,1922 in Bela Russia,she became a United States citizen after moving to Dallas. Survivors include her son: Anatoli Averboukh and his wife Ella of Dallas, a daughter, Galina Tenenbaum and her hus- band,Boris ofNorth Carolina; grandchildren, Frol Tenenbaum, Sasha Tenenbaum, Yelena Averboukh, Ella Averboukh; and great- granddaughter, Hanna Deborah, along with many friends. Graveside services were held on Nov. 7, at Temple Emanu-El Cemetery Gary Eugene Baum Gary Eugene Baum, 89, a beloved hus- band, father and grandfather, died peacefully Nov. 1,2006. His death followed a valiant struggle against cancer. Rabbi Ralph Mecklenburger officiated at the Nov. 3 graveside service in the Beth-El Section of Greenwood Memorial Pa...

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