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

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p09-13 12/5/06 4:25 PM Page 9 December 7,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post Only after an April 1936 con- gressional investigation was Sloan's financial involvement in the Sen- tinels outed. Just days after the disclosure, Sloan issued a state- ment to an inquiring Jewish newspaper in Louisville, promising, "Under no circum- stances will I further knowingly support the Sentinels of the Republic." He added, ambiguously: "I have no desire to enter into any questions involving religious or political questions." Although Sloan backed away from further financing of the Sen- tinels, the GM chief continued to fund, and fund-raise for, another anti-Roosevelt-agitation group, the National Association of Manu- facturers. Founded in 1895 as a pro-business organization and still prominent more than 100 years later, NAM sowed anti-union and anti-New Deal discord among Americans in the 1930s through clandestinely owned and operated opinion-molding arms. Roosevelt openly ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p09-13 12/5/06 4:25 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 BEIRUT continued from page 1 Council Resolution 1701, which brought the fighting to an end, effectively removed Hezbollah rockets from southern Lebanon, blunting the Iranian-Syrian capacity to strike at Israel. Now the unrest in Lebanon could bring back Iran and Syria with a vengeance: According to most Israeli analysts, if the Siniora government falls, Resolution 1701 is likely to be the first casualty If Siniora backs down and gives Hezbollah the six seats it is demanding in bis Cabinet, the Shi'ites will have veto power over government decisions. Alter- natively, if Siniora resigns, sparking elections, the analysts maintain that Hezbollah almost certainly will increase its power in Parliament and government. In both cases, the upshot is likely to be the end of effective multina- tional policing of southern Lebanon by U.N. forces as mandated by Res- olution 1701. In a best-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p09-13 12/5/06 4:21 PM Page 11 December 7,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Holocaust lectures examine history By Harriet P. Gross Dr. Christopher Browning empha- sized the historian s view of Holocaust history during two recent lectures at the University of Texas at Dallas in its Burton C. Einspruch series. Browning, professor at the Uni- versity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, focused on "Holocaust Denial in the Courtroom: The Historian as Expert Witness" during a mid-after- noon lecture on Sunday, Nov. 12. The next morning, his topic was "Hitler and the Decisions for the Final Solution." In his first lecture, Dr. Browning concentrated on his own role as part of the team that defended Emory University Professor Deborah Lip- stadt against Holocaust denier David Irving. Newspapers in London, where the court battle was fought in 2000, erro- neously referred to it as "the Holocaust on trial," Dr. Browning said. But in fact, what had to be proved was not t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p09-13 12/5/06 4:23 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 BBYO tour provides taste of college life Teens from Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Tulsa gathered in Austin recently for the first BBYO/Texas Hillel college experi- ence, hosted at the new Topfer Center for Jewish Life. Nearly 50 high school juniors and seniors spent the weekend at the University of Texas learning about campus activities and the college admissions process. Distinct programming for juniors focused on standardized test preparation and researching schools, while seniors discussed making a smooth transition to the academic and extracurricular opportunities on campus. "So many of our teens are inter- ested in college," said BBYO Regional Director Sherrie Stalarow of Dallas, "and we can provide an important service by introducing them to campus life and to the Hillel community." Among the key objectives of the trip was making the teens aware of Jewish programming...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p09-13 12/5/06 4:17 PM Page 13 -e December 7,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Book of commentary culmination of years of Torah study for Ytzhak Malka ~ J I By Deb Silverthorn "Zimirot Hayu Li Chukav" ("Your laws are like songs to me"), Dallas' Ytzhak Malka's first published work, will be cele- brated and then sold with the author's signature inside, at a brunch hosted by Congregation Tiferet Israel to honor Mr. Malka, on Dec. 17, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. First written by hand, and then trans- ferred to computer, the book took Mr. Malka six months to write. The work, which offers Mr. Malka's commentary on the portions of the week from the books of Genesis and Exodus, does so in the rhythm of Chapter 119, Verse 54 from the Book of Tehillim.'The last word of each sentence ends with the syllable av, the masculine plural," says Mr. Malka. "I thought it would be interesting to do a commentary in poetry and so I began with Parashat Pinchas, which I have long be...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 pl4-15 12/5/06 4:16 PM Page 14 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 i weens and teens will find important details in Cezanne is Missing' When Frank McMillan was a third- grader, a classmate told him about the Holocaust — "how young girls and boys, mostly Jewish, were destroyed,"he recalls today."My 9-year-old mind could not conceive of such a thing ever hap- pening to anyone,let alone to millions... What Lisa Pomerantz said that day changed my life." McMillan is much older now, but he has never forgotten the words of Lisa Pomerantz, which have lived on finally to find expression in his novel,"Cezanne Is Missing." It is not her personal story, but a work of fiction that she inspired, written, says the non-Jewish author, "with the hope that it may help keep the memory of the Holocaust alive." He creates Lauren, a 15-year-old who isn't Jewish, either, to narrate this first- person tale. She lives with her mother in a New York apartment; a neighbor ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 pl4-15 12/5/06 4:14 PM Page 15 T* •J .'?*■ ■ V. '■?**;. i ' ,«S - .<£• rir>■ - vr Sr. Kosher Turkey Frozen, 10 to 16-lbs. * _V. , \ • VH&ftjauaok i ."v • ii * Jf *. >> lb CARD PRICE >i**.. -m Double Chai Com Li the Hebrew word for life. It u> the combination of two lettem, chet (8* letter in the Hebrew alphabet) andyud (Iff* letter in the Hebrew alphabet). The numerical value of the two lettem i> Hi. Charity i> often given in multiple. of 18 symbolizing a form of "giving of life. " This Cbanitkab holiday, when you purchase any combination o f the brand lifted below equal to Double Chai ($26), RandalU and Tom Thumb '.' Chanukah gift to you will be $2.00 off your purchase instantly when you use your Remarkable or Reward Card. Happy Chanukah. Wit New White Potatoes HA RON Herzoc CARD PRICE Baron Herzog Wine 750-ml Selected varietals. Bartenura (excludes wine) Ueigel &r Beigel Keel em Kineret Knorr (Kosher) Lipton (Kosher) Manhattan p...

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

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 pl6-19 Y 12/5/06 4:10 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 Youth Love and Logic What's the problem? One of the hardest parts about letting our children learn respon- sibility through ownership of their own problems is being able to discern when some- thing is their problem. We have spoken a lot in this column about the dam- aging roles the helicopter and drill sergeant parents can play. The helicopters rescue their children over and over so they never feel the discomfort that often accompanies dealing with a problem, and the drill sergeant also saves the day in a much more domineering way. The ideal scenario is when the parents or teachers play the role of a consultant guiding the child to solve their problem yet letting them own the problem at the same time. There are a few tricks to living up to the title of "consul- tant." The first and most important thing to determine is what in fact a problem is. If we don't look at a situati...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 pl6-19 Y 12/5/06 4:09 PM Page 17 -e December 7,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 17 Youth Spirit and Season WN Winter and the longing for ritual in America I have my students memorize cer- tain dates. Not because time is so important — it's not — but because moments in history are. Events can transform humanity and change the way we understand our rela- tionships with God and each other. There are certain events and insights gained over history that are so pro- found and unprecedented that we can never return to Rabbi Paul the life that existed before Steinberg them. The year 70 CE is such a date. It is perhaps the most important date in Jewish history marking the destruc- tion of the Second and last Temple. With its demise also went the sacri- ficial cult, the altar, and the most concrete form of Jewish service to God. In its place, our sages instituted daily prayer and emphasized right- eous deeds as the means to fill the spiritual hole and continue the ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 pl6-19 Y 12/5/06 4:55 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 Youth avneh hosts Mix-It-Up tolerance program By Deb Silverthorn National Mix It Up At Lunch Day came to Yavneh in November, thanks to students who attended the 2006 Eimatai Leadership conference. To sponsor the event, the students received a $250 micro-grant from the Center for the Jewish Future at YU, and a $ 1,200 grant from the Southern Poverty Law Center. Yavneh students Rachael Abrams, Zoe Klein, Elana Lavi, Aaron Liener, David Naxon, Robert Radoff,Dana Rosenberg, Laura Rudberg, and Natalie Schachar organized the program. Sixty students from Yavneh Academy, Garland High School, Highland Park High School, and W.W. Samuell High School viewed clips from "Mississippi Burning,""Brian's Song," and "Out of The Ashes," participated in ice breakers in order to meet and get to know each other, and attended a series of guest speakers and workshops. "I think our group is vital be...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 pl6-19 Y 12/5/06 4:08 PM Page 19 -e December 7,2006 Youth In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Some zaniness and history for children in holiday books By Penny Schwartz BOSTON (JTA) — A mythical bird with vision problems and George Washington are among the colorful characters in this year's crop of Chanukah books for children. And here's the real miracle: Six books each spell the holiday "Hanukkah." 'Eight Wild Nights: A Family Hanukkah Tale/ by Brian P. Cleary, illustrated by David Udovic Delightful holiday mischief reigns in this zany story of a family's eight-day celebration. It's hard to decide which is more hilar- ious, Cleary's lighthearted, antic-filled, rhyming prose or the uproar of Udovic's cartoon-like illustrations that nearly jump off each two-page spread of this 21- page tale. On the first night, Miss Fetter's pint-sized shaggy dog dressed in an angora sweater wreaks havoc as it nearly topples over the menorah, chases the cat and causes Aunt Myra ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p20-25 12/5/06 4:06 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 Obituaries Abraham Blatt Abraham (Abe) Blatt, born July 16, 1925 in Brooklyn, N.Y., died peacefully on Nov. 23,2006. Grave- side funeral services were held Nov. 27 at Beth David Cemetery, Elmont, N.Y. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Pre- ceded in death by his wife Ruth Blatt, his parents Jacob and Mascha Blatt, his brother Bernard Blatt and his sister Lesa Blatt, he is survived by his son Julius Blatt, daughter-in- law Mary Spector, grandsons Jacob Blatt and Joseph Blatt, brother Murray Blatt, sister-in-law Lila Blatt and by his nieces, nephew and friends. Memorials may be made to Golden Acres Hospice, (214) 327- 4503, or to Jewish Family Service, (972) 437-9950. Aleck H. Chizeck Aleck H Chizeck, 84, of Harris- burg, Pa., died on Nov. 16, 2006. Born in Russia on March 6,1922 to the late Hyman and Gertrude Chizeck, he grew up in Pittsburgh, Pa. He was a graduate o...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p20-25 12/5/06 4:06 PM Page 21 December 7,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 Synagogue Services Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday, Dec. 8,5:03 p.m. Friday, Dec. l5,:5:04p.m. CONGREGATION ACHDUT ISRAEL (Non-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. Shabbat Service, Bar Mitzvah of Josh Cohn-10:30 a.m. CONGREGATION ANSHAI TORAH (Conservative) 5501W. Parker Road, Piano (972) 473-7718 Rabbi Stefan Weinberg Neil Rubinstein, President FRIDAY: Kabbalat Tot Shabbat-6:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Shabbat Morning-9:30 a.m. MORNING MINYAN: M & Th-...

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

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p20-25 12/5/06 4:38 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 Calendar Thursday, Dec. 7 'Flowers Aren't Enough'; One Woman's Struggle in an Abusive Relationship 7p.m. Shalom Bayit (Peace in the Home) pre- sents this one-woman play by American-Israeli actress Naomi Ack- erman. "Flowers Aren't Enough" was originally produced under the auspices of the Israeli Ministry of Welfare and has been performed more than 750 times since its debut in 1998. Appropriate for high-school-age students as well as adults. Reception to follow. Adults/$ 18, seniors and students/$8.To purchase tickets or for more information, call Jewish Family Service, (972) 437-9950,ext. 303. Temple Emanu-EI 8500 Hillcrest Road, Dallas AIPAC Special Clubs Dessert Reception 7:30put Dr. Robert Satloff, executive director of The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, will speak at this event, to be held in a private home. The author/editor of nine books and monographs, he a...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p20-25 12/5/06 4:04 PM Page 23 -e December 7,2006 Health In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Special-needs children have a friend in Friendship Circle By SueFishkoff PALO ALTO, Calif. (JTA) — Micah Abraham is standing on a stool in his parents' kitchen, stirring a bowl of brownie mix. "Frosting?" the 7-year-old asks Daphna Davidowitz, 16, his Friend- ship Circle volunteer. "Not yet," she cautions. "When brownies done, we put on frosting?" Micah persists. Suddenly he turns and runs out- side in his bare feet. Daphna chases him down, laughing with him as she coaxes him back to the kitchen. Back inside, Micah quickly changes focus, lunging at the oven where the brownies are baking. "I can put them in the oven and make frosting brownies!" he exults. Micah suffers from autism. At least 300,000 American schoolchildren aged 4 to 17 have the developmental disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control. And the numbers are increasing every year. Micah goes to p...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p20-25 12/5/06 4:03 PM Page 24 -e 24 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 Around the Town with Rene We're off to meet the (female) Pharaoh! "Daytimers" are looking forward to Wednesday, Dec. 13, for lunch at the Kim- bell and a tour of "Hatshepsut: The Queen Who Would Be King." They'll meet at 11:30 a.m. at tables reserved for the museum's famed buffet, then view the traveling exhibit. Lunch will be on your own; the tour is free for Kimbell mem- bers and their guests, $10 for others. After the death of Hatshepsut's hus- band, Pharaoh Thutmose II, in 1479 BCE, she became regent. According to custom, she was to rule for her young stepson, Thutmose III, until he came of age. Instead, she proclaimed herself Pharaoh within a few years, and insisted on being portrayed as male, with bulging muscles and the traditional false beard. Was this an outrageous act of deception, or deviant behavior, or maybe both? To this day, historians don't agree. The show beg...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p20-25 12/5/06 4:03 PM Page 25 -e December 7,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 25 FRIENDSHIP continued from page 23 "We are very Reform, but they are so nonjudgmental, so open to any branch of Judaism or non-Jewish people," she says. Her son spends a great deal of time at IifeTown, a multimillion-dollar, state- of-the-art building on the Michigan Friendship Circle campus that serves as a therapy and activity center. The hub of LifeTown is the Wein- berg Village, a 5,000-square-foot indoor city where the children prac- tice important life skills, such as waiting in a doctor's office, shopping in a drug store and crossing the street. The village serves non-Jewish as well as Jewish children; local public schools regularly send groups of their special-needs students. The first Friendship Circle volun- teers 12 years ago were Lubavitch girls, but volunteers now come from all over the Jewish community. Temple Israel, a large Reform congregation in West Bloomfiel...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p26-28 12/5/06 4:01 PM Page 26 -e 26 Texas Jewish Post In Our 60th Year December 7,2006 Columnists In My Mind's I Still a day of infamy Today is the date that Franklin Roosevelt told us would live in infamy — but very few people seem to know about it now. Not a surprise; most of those who could do the remembering are already dead. This is the 65th anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. I'm one of the ones who remember, although I was just a youngster on Dec. 7, 1941.1 probably wouldn't remember at all if it hadn't been for the fact that what turned out to be Pearl Harbor Day was already earmarked as a very special day for my family. Grandpa was getting an award from his lodge for many years of faithful service; the presentation would be made at a dinner, and I was deemed well-behaved enough — at age seven — to attend. Newsboys' cries of "Extra! Extra!" (Yes, Virginia, there once were real newsboys, and city papers did put out extra editions at time...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p26-28 12/5/06 4:00 PM Page 27 -e December 7,2006 In Our 60th Year Texas Jewish Post 27 Recipes Chanukah Sephardic style If popularity is any indication, Sephardim are hot. For years all that many American Jews knew about Sephardim were that they were descen- dants of Jews who, in the Middle Ages, lived in Spain. They were dutifully taught in religious schools that in 1492 (an easy date to remember because of the Christopher Columbus incident of the same year), Spanish Jews were forcibly con- verted to Catholicism or expelled from the country. The resulting diaspora sent Jews to places from the Netherlands through the Ottoman Empire. Why are Sephardim so "in"? One reason is the food. If that sounds sim- plistic, it is. As a whole, American Jews are an extremely well-traveled — and well-fed — gang. Many have been to Europe and Israel. We're exposed to ethnic foods from early on. After all, in America, Jewish food is ethnic. We're also very curious. It's this curi...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 7 December 2006

TJP V60-49, 12-07-06 p26-28 12/5/06 3:59 PM Page 28 In 2001 I opened Houston Jewish Funerals with a few simple ideas: • Provide compassionate, personalized 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 merehanc se 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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