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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl3-16 Y 1/2/07 6:49 PM Page 13 January 4,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Youth Love and Logic Problem solving How do we help our children feel like they are making decisions and handling their own situations, when the reality is that they haven't had that much experience and they might not be able to handle many of the sit- uations they find themselves in? It is very easy for us to want to guide our children,yet in the process take over the situa- tion and solve things for them. Most of us have some memory of starting a project with much pride only to have an adult — mother, father or teacher — take over with "better" ideas of their own. This often is the case with problem solving. We realize how important it is for our children to own their own problems so we dorft take over,but before long we feel that they are not doing things the "right" way and we rationalize that if we don't get involved it will be worse for our child in the long run. Yes, many...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl3-16 Y 1/2/07 6:48 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 Explore ■ Discover ■ Imagine ■ Dream Taglit Preschool at the I provides a high quality educational curriculum along with nurturing support lor your child and family. Children are prepared intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, physically and socially for the challenges of today and the opportunities of tomorrow. Croup swimming lessons for ages 3 - Pre-K as part of the preschool day The possibilities are endless ■ NAEYC Accredited ■ Low child/teacher ratio ■ Specialists in Music, Movement and Science Ages 12 Months - Pre-Kindergarten Limited Space Available! Call Tara Ohayon, Early Childhood Director, today for a personal tour at 214-239-7157. I PRESCHOOL at the J l©a*ni<*9 th'ough discovery 7900 Northaven Road • Dallas, TX 75230 www.jccdallas.org Serving the Jewish community for 61 years. www. texasjewishpost. com -e- : UNIVERSITY TOWERS AUSTIN PRIVATE ROOMS* HOUSEKEEPI...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl3-16 Y 1/2/07 6:47 PM Page 15 -e January 4,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 15 in general are far less popular than alterna- tive expressions of identity. Jews on Facebook are using non- traditional identifiers far more than any standard declaration. Several groups are titled "I don't roll on Shabbos," after a line in the cult movie "The Big Lebowski." Hundreds of students belong to these groups, and most of them belong to hundreds of other groups that express their Jewish identities. While statistics are not available for the site, an informal survey of mul- tiple campuses has shown consistently that most Jewish students will call themselves "Jewish" or some manifes- tation thereof in the "Religious Views" box only about 10 percent of the time. At Indiana University, even the Hillel president, Joanna Blotner, doesn't call herself "Jewish" on her profile. "It's because you don't want actively to make yourself part of the minority' she explained. "It's p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl3-16 Y 1/2/07 6:46 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 Special classes in: • Hebrew • Computer • Music • Library aaillMajpto A Jewish preschool helps build a strong ffoundation for your child's educational career. Curriculum meant for children to learn and grow. • Early drop off and late stay available • 18 months-Pre-K • Parent and child class Congregation Beth Torah Preschool & Kindergarten 720 W. Lookout Dr. • Richardson, Texas For more information, call the Director, Esther Cohen at 972.234.1542, ext. 222. Small classes • Preschool 9am-1pm • Pre-K 9am-2ptn Temple Shalom Preschool OPEN , HOUSE! Wednesday & Thursday January 24 & 25 9:30-12*00 \or L/{, Tour our NAEYC accredited school Register for summer camp and school 2007 Fun activities: for parents and children Speak with Bonnie Rubinstein, Director of Early Childhood Education Temple Shalom Please call for an appointment: Michal Akiva 972-661-5025 A PARTY ^■zone...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl7-21 1/2/07 6:45 PM Page 17 January 4,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 17 SlMCHAS B nai Mitzvah M rs - FRENCH BISTRO Zachary Ryan Fein Zachary Ryan Fein, son of Dena and David Fein, will be called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah Jan. 13, 2007, at the 9:30 a.m. Shabbat ser- vice at Congregation Shearith Israel. Rabbi William Gershon will deliver the charge to the celebrant. Zachary is a seventh-grade student at Benjamian Franklin Middle School in Dallas. An avid tennis player, Zachary is the brother of Josh, 15, and the grandson of Ira Goldman and the late Anita Goldman and Janet Fein, all of Dallas, and Howard Fein of Buffalo, N.Y. ALWAYS EXCELLENT j'Thank you for making us one of the <B'ES'T in 'Pallas. Open for Sunday Dinner! J Jacqueline Renee Glazer Jacqueline ("Jackie") Renee Glazer and Danielle ("Dani") Jordan Glazer will celebrate their b'not mitzvah at the 4:30 p.m. Shabbat service on Jan. 13, 2007 at Temple Emanu-El, with Rabbi Debra Robbins o...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl7-21 1/2/07 7:04 PM Page 18 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 Post Pics he Legacy at Willow Bend hosts a taste of New lark Members of The Legacy at Willow Bend recently enjoyed a taste of the Big Apple at a New York-themed luncheon held at the commu- nity's Information Center at The Village on the Parkway Following a luncheon designed to resemble an authentic New York deli, members were treated to a dessert of cheesecakes flown in directly from the famous Carnegie Deli in New York. The event was part of a series of monthly special events planned for members, their adult children, and guests while the new life care retirement community is under construction on Spring Creek Parkway between Preston Road and Ohio Drive in Piano, The Legacy at Willow Bend will comprise 103 independent living apartment homes, 16 custom independent living villas, 40 assisted-living apartment homes, 18 memory support suites, and 60 private skilled health care suites...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl7-21 1/2/07 6:43 PM Page 19 January 4,2007 Post Pics In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Temple Shalom celebrates the Festival o Lights Young children and their fami- Shalom's Chanukah celebration lies enjoyed music, stories, craft on Dec. 17, at Renner Middle activities and games at Temple School in Piano. Children make sand art dreidel necklaces while Craig Blumin and Jeff Kahn visit. Children listen to a Chanukah story told by Cantor Croll and Rabbi Schneider. Rivka Arad, director of Life Long Learning, leads children in Chanukah songs Chanukah at Congregation Nishmat Am More than 150 adults and chil- dren celebrated Chanukah at Congregation Nishmat Am on Sunday, Dec. 17 with creative crafts, candlelighting, joyful songs, and delicious latkes and sufganiot (jelly donuts), the traditional Chanukah fare. The event was arranged by Nishmat Am's educa- tional director, Mali Gariani, with the assistance of volunteers from the sisterhood and the congrega- tion's...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl7-21 1/2/07 6:39 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 Obituaries Marcia Jean Glass Marcia Jean Glass, M.D. — adored wife, beloved mother, devoted grandmother, esteemed physician, loving sister and cher- ished friend — died Dec. 17,2006 at her home in Highland Park after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. Born on Feb. 18, 1938 in Adelaide, South Australia, Marcia was the eldest of three daughters of Dr. Edward and Mrs. Irene Brotchie. She graduated from Methodist Ladies College (Sydney) in 1955 and the University of Sydney School of Medicine in 1960. Marcia married Kenneth David Glass, M.D. in 1963 in Sydney, Australia. In 1969 they settled in Dallas, where they raised their three sons, David, Michael and Jonathan. After completing her res- idency in dermatology at Parkland Memorial Hospital in 1982, Marcia was a research fellow in immuno- dermatology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School from 1982 until 1984....

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 pl7-21 1/2/07 6:38 PM Page 21 January 4,2007 In Our 61st Year Synagogue Services Texas Jewish Post 21 Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Fridayjan. 5,5:17 p.m. Fridayjan. 12,5:23 p.m. CONGREGATION ACHDUT ISRAEL (Non-Denominational) 5747 Charlestown Dr., Dallas (972)661-8577 Rabbi BinyaminJLTerenyo Ofer Abramov, President FRIDAY: Shabbat Mincha, Followed by Dinner-Candlelighting Time SATURDAY: Shacharit-lO a.m. DAILY: Private Torah Class: To schedule, call Rabbi Terenp, (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-10:30 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. MORNINGM1NYAN: M 8a.ni, Th a.m. Sun.-9:15a.m. Naf 1. Holidays-8:30...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 p22-25 1/2/07 6:37 PM Page 22 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 Calendar Thursday, Jan. 4 Tuesday, Jan. 9 Thursday, Jan. 11 Synaplex Shabbat Sneak Preview 7-9p.m. A culinary journey through Jewish India: Join June Penkar as we make (and sample) delicious Indian desserts as part of our Synaplex sneak preview. RSVP in advance as space is limited! For more information or to RSVP, contact Leah Singleton,lsingleton@shearith.org or (214) 361-6606,ext.225. Congregation Shearith Israel 9401 Douglas Ave., Dallas College Ties Winter Break Event 9-11:30p.m. Mix, mingle and shmooze with the Jews! Catch up on all the news! For Jewish college students ages 18-11, in state or out of state, local or far away, public or private colleges. Tell your friends — see you there! College Ties is a community-wide initiative whose goal is to bring together Jewish college students during summer and winter breaks. For more information, call Susie Avnery, (469) 233-0222. S...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 p22-25 1/2/07 6:53 PM Page 23 January 4,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Health Negev Bedouin Arabs in unrecognized villages learn first aid to save lives By Gail Lichtman (IPS) — Some 80,000 Bedouin Arabs live in 45 unrecognized villages in Israel's Negev region with no water and sewage systems, electricity, access roads, health care, etc. The pressing emergency health care problems faced by these communities have resulted in the establishment of a first-aid course for residents of unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Negev, which teaches participants how to act in emergency situations and how to treat relatively common health-related problems. Twenty-one Bedouin Arab men recently graduated from the course, many of whom were motivated by personal tragedy. Suliman Gaboa's 3-year-old nephew was blowing up a balloon when it burst. The young boy swal- lowed part of the balloon and started to choke. His community of El Fora, an unrecognized Bedouin village...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 p22-25 1/2/07 6:36 PM Page 24 24 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 Around the Town with Rene Philip Gressel attends conference of Melton Mini-School directors Philip Gressel of Fort Worth was one of 50 who attended the 11th annual Florence Melton Adult Mini-School Directors Confer- ence, held Dec. 10-13 at Garrett Creek Ranch Conference Center outside Dallas. Directors and senior staff from Melton's international network of community-based schools brushed up on the business side of adult Jewish education in workshops on marketing, budgets, strategic plan- ning, and models of collaboration. There were also study sessions on Jewish texts — always integral parts of Melton's professional develop- ment. "This was my first Directors Conference," Gressel said, "and I am just amazed at the depth of knowledge here, and the desire to help convey it to the Jewish com- munity in Fort Worth and elsewhere. Melton is the place to be to study Judaism." A present...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 p22-25 1/2/07 6:42 PM Page 25 January 4,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 25 BASKETBALL continued from page 1 ference game on the local school's Irving campus. Most of Yeshiva's stu- dents come from the New York area, so the YU Macs take basketball annually to the home cities of their out-of-town team members. "This is our major road trip," according to Dr. Gurock. "We visit to play, and to interact with the local Jewish community. We've been visiting for over 50 years. It's part of the university's tradition of out- reach to Jewish communities." Recent years have found the team playing in Memphis, Los Angeles, and Boston. With two locals on the Maccabee squad this year, Dallas was a logical choice. Hosting the team are members of Shaare Tefilla, whose rabbi, Ari Perl, was ordained at Yeshiva, where Dr. Gurock was one of bis professors. Throughout his distinguished career as Yeshiva's Libby Klap- Itzy Ribald perman Pro- fessor of Jewish History, Dr. Gurock...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 p26-28 1/2/07 6:24 PM Page 26 26 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 Columnists In My Mind's I The cantor Someone suggested to me that our Jewish community's recent Christmas eve activity would make a good column topic. That would be the showing of "A Cantor's Tale" at the Magnolia Theater. When one reader is thinking of something that others might also like to read about, I'm always happy to obli ge — although this reader may not see the expected result here. I'm not going to talk much about the film, a ter- rific sort-of documentary about Jackie Mendelson, the Brooklyn-born cantor who fights to keep alive and make thrive the Jewish art of chazzanut (that's the Sephardie/modern Hebrew pronun- ciation — accent on the last syllable; Jackie prefers the old Yiddish version, chazzanus — accent in the middle). I'm not going to talk much about the Magnolia, a fine theater in the heart of a hot part of town, or even about 3 Stars, which shines bright in o...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 p26-28 1/2/07 6:23 PM Page 27 January 4,2007 Recipes In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 27 New resolve Barley Mandarin Orange Pilaf The new year is here. Back to reality We're home from vacation, some of us feeling pretty darn guilty for having con- sumed way too much of, well, everything, during the past holiday season. Now with the rest of the year stretching ahead of us, we are abruptly conscientious health nuts. At least for January. Thankfully, some of the best, most delicious foods are the health- iest: fresh fish, lean boneless chicken breasts, colorful vegetables and whole grains. With just a bit of beneficial olive oil and simple seasonings, there's really nothing objectionable about eating well. Of course, you may have a bit of chocolate withdrawal and you'll have to go By Annabel Cohen through deep-fried-food deprivation. It's a price we all have to pay. In a pinch, deep, bit- tersweet chocolate will reduce one craving. The other...sorry, no substitut...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 January 2007

TJP V61-01, 01-04-07 p26-28 1/2/07 6:22 PM Page 28 28 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 4,2007 BEDOUIN continued from page 23 remedy the situation," says Suliman Abu Obayyid, the council's commu- nity organizer. "We decided that the best solution for now is to train local residents who wish to contribute to their communities and can act in emergencies and save lives." Thus far, 59 men and women, ranging in age from 18 to 50, have completed the program and returned to their villages to provide emergency first aid. The partners are hoping to run more courses in the near future in order to increase the number of first - aid providers to at least 70. But beyond first aid, an addi- tional aim is to train agents for social change who will put health care issues on the Bedouin agenda. ja A Ti A Bedouin participant in the first-aid course learns how to treat a burn victim. Photos: IPS "We are a population struggling to attain both human rights and equality," explains Abu Obayyid. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p01-03 1/9/07 6:28 PM Page 1 Thursday, January 11,2007 21 Tevet 5767 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post \ In 2007, commemorations of Martin Luther King and Abraham Joshua Heschel are linked 3 A Jewish story with a Texas twist to inaugurate Temple Shalom's Family Book Club It's not too early to don your gardening gloves 1 A and prepare for spring \ 4 landscaping VOLUME 61 NO. 2 texasjewishpost.com NEWS ANALYSIS Is Barak back? Barak senses the moment is right, throws his hat back into Labor ring By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — Ehud Barak's return to political life has thrown the race for Labor Party leadership — and the post of defense minister that comes with it — wide open. Incumbent Amir Peretz is widely perceived to have failed dismally at both jobs. The Israel Defense Force's relatively poor showing in the summer's war with Hezbollah in Lebanon, along with a string of inept party and political decisions by Peretz, created near-perfect con- ditions for Barak's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p01-03 1/9/07 6:25 PM Page 2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Focus on Issues Pelosi era begins in House For Jews and women, several vignettes capture shift in Congress By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) — For Betsy Sheerr, it was the perfect 21st- century moment: A woman had just ascended to within two heartbeats of the presidency, and Sheerr was spreading the news by text message. Sheerr, who is prominent in national Jewish organizations and the Philadelphia Jewish community, and was a major fund- raiser for the successful campaign of Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.), attended an all-women tea last Wednesday as part of a three-day celebration culminating in the election of Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) as speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. "I was text-messaging my three daughters all through it," she said, sporting a button featuring Pelosi in a ''Rosie the Riveter" getup and declaring, 'A woman's place is in the House." Pelosi is the first woma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p01-03 1/9/07 5:51 PM Page 3 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post Behind the Headlines In search of Heschel's legacy: U.S. Jews mark 100th anniversary By Ben Harris NEW YORK (JTA) — They are forever joined in an iconic image of the rabbi and the preacher marching arm-in-arm for civil rights, but Abraham Joshua Heschel and Martin Luther King Jr. are this year linked in commemoration as well. As Americans pause to mark King's memoryjan. 15,the Jewish community has been gearing up to honor the legacy of one of the 20th century's great Jewish thinkers on the 100th anniversary of his birth. In March, Brandeis University will host a two-day symposium on Heschel, who was born Jan. 11,1907, and over the next 65 years became one of America's most prominent rabbis, renowned for his polit- ical activism and his innovative writings on theology and the Jewish prophets. Other events were scheduled at the Manhattan school that bears Heschel's name, at a spiritual...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p04-07 1/9/07 6:29 PM Page 4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Washington Watch Wesley Clark: Israel wants Iran war Jewish leaders who worry that a con- spiratorial view of Jewish influence has moved into the American mainstream got some more bad news last week when Wesley Clark, the retired general, unsuc- cessful 2004 presidential aspirant and 2008 Democratic hopeful, seemed to join those who blame Israel for U.S. wars, cur- rent and future. On Tuesday Clark, con- fronted by a top Jewish leader in response to comments which first appeared in the onl ine publication TheHuffing- ton Post, attempted to defuse the controversy with a letter to Anti-Defamation League Director Abraham Foxman stating his opposition to "con- spiracy theories" about the war in Iraq. In her online column, blogger Arianna HufFmgton reported on an encounter with Clark at a brunch preceding the swearing- in of Rep.Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) as House speaker last week. Clark, s...

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