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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p04-07 1/9/07 5:49 PM Page 5 January 11,2007 Opinion In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post In his bid for personal redemption, Carter is practicing reverse racism WASHINGTON (JTA) — One of America's great healers was driven past me last week on the way to his final resting place: President Ford, his body in a casket surrounded by police motorcades. The elegant hearse was pre- ceded by the current president riding in a black limousine. Hundreds of mourners and onlookers lined the streets, bidding their final farewell to a former president. So it was for Ronald Reagan. Before long, another president will go — Jimmy Carter. Now 82, Carter, a deeply religious man, is facing his own mortality and trying to clear his accounts before God. He is a former presi- dent, yet he is profoundly human. I had long admired Carter, begin- ning when I campaigned for him during my high school mock elec- tion and when I was one of his students at Emory University. He now seems to be rea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p04-07 1/9/07 6:37 PM Page 6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Dallas Doings Dershowitz to highlight two Federation events Best-selling author Alan Dershowitz will speak next week at two major Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas functions. Alan Dershowitz Gary Weinstein, Federation CEO and executive vice-president, has announced that the Harvard Law School professor and famed civil defense attorney will highlight both the men's and women's 2007 Annual Campaign events. The Men's Event, now in its 13th year, will begin at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 15, at the Westin Galleria. Price Of dinner is $49, with a minimum campaign contribution of $365. A cash bar will be available. This is the 15th year for the Women's Event, to be held the next day — 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 16, also at the Westin Gal- leria. Luncheon price is $40; minimum campaign contribution is also $365. Dershowitz, often called the world's best-known criminal defense lawyer, will speak ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p04-07 1/9/07 6:49 PM Page 7 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post was one of eight Mini-School directors recognized for demonstrating mastery of professional competencies in adult learning, faculty supervision, and admin- istrative leadership. The conference was held Dec. 10-13 at Garrett Creek Ranch, outside of Dallas. Present at the awards event was Artie Allen, Aaron Family JCC executive director."It was a wonderful evening, with great camaraderie among friends and professionals^ he said. "Annie is most deserving of this honor, as she does a wonderful j ob with the Melton programf Florence Melton Adult Mini-School is a global network of 60 community-based schools offering adults the opportunity to acquire Jewish literacy in a non-denomi- national, intellectually stimulating learning environment. The curriculum, designed by scholars at Hebrew Univer- sity, Jerusalem, takes a pluralist approach to the interactive study of Jewish texts. "I was prou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p08-ll 1/9/07 5:00 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 NCJW 94th anniversary event to honor three outstanding women By Deb Silverthorn The Greater Dallas Section of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) will celebrate 94 years of service and advocacy on Tuesdayjan. 23, during a luncheon beginning at 11:45 a.m. at the Belo Mansion. NCJW's many projects include the Trains at NorthPark, which support the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas; Atti- tudes and Attire, which offers workshops to economically disadvantaged women; the Center for Education and Tolerance/Dallas Holocaust Museum; Hello Israel, an educational enrichment program that introduces sixth-grade stu- dents to Israel; HIPPY, a parent involvement and school readiness pro- gram for preschool children which trains parents to become their children's first and most influential teachers; and Kids in Court, which assists the Dallas district attorney's office in preparing children w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p08-ll 1/9/07 5:34 PM Page 9 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post CYTRON-WALKER continued from page 1 homes of mourning"said Rabbi Walter."He's just outstanding, intelligent, loyal and very charismatic. He will be an incredible rabbi." Congregations with "Sholom" in the name are a common thread in the training of Rabbi Cytron-Walker, who also served Temple Beth Sholom of Ishpeming,Mich., and Temple Beth Shalom in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., as part of Hebrew Union Col- lege's Student Pulpit Program. Rabbi Cytron-Walker received his rab- binic ordination from HUC in May 2006 and has a Master of Arts in Hebrew letters. He graduated the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in social sciences. Rabbi Cytron-Walker and his wife Adena are thrilled with the daily changes, growth and excitement that their first child, Leah, brings them each day."Leah is moving and growing as quickly as the rest of our lives did this last year," said Rabbi Cytron- Wal...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p08-ll 1/9/07 4:58 PM Page 10 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Stunning Smiles are our business What you do with them is yours. RtrsMAN Dental Group Providing sensationai smiles through cosmetic & retorative dentistry. Whitening • Bonding • Porcelain Veneers & Crowns • Onlays • Inlays • Implants www.reismandentalgroup.com • 972.566.4990 f eco-safe of Dallas -e- Ask About Ask About Guaranteed Pest Control Since 1972 INSPECTION • CONSULTATION • SERVICE Our State Certified Professionals Will Eliminate Your Pest Problems GRADUA TE ENTOMOLOGIST ON STAFF Organic & Non Chemical Pest Control Available Honest • Reliable • Professional Service ^ Family Owned & Operated The Company With The Sco-consciencem Since 1972 Money Guarantee (214) 358-5201 3001 WHEEL0CK ST. , ^ ■ Full-'i ime Administrative Assistant The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) has worked since 1954 to strengthen the United States-Israel relationship. AIP...

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

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p08-ll 1/9/07 4:57 PM Page 11 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 11 l emple Shalom's Family Book Club tells Jewish cowboy's story By Deb Silverthorn Once upon a time there was a congregation in Dallas, Temple Shalom, that wanted all the fair maidens and cowboys in grades two to six, and their parents, to join together in reading a single tale. So came to be the Family Book Club, open to the commu- nity, which will hold its first meeting on Sunday, Feb. 11, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the temple's Adult Lounge. "We're hoping to ignite a spark and encourage families to read together and to come together as a community to share some won- derful stories," said Debbie Niederman, who is co-chairing the program with Julie Eichelbaum. Both women have young children with whom they are treasuring another opportunity to share Judaic literature. "As many ways as we can bring kids and their fami- lies together, that is what we want to do. We believe this fir...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl2-13 1/9/07 4:55 PM Page 12 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Extensive Selection of Invitations & Stationery! I , J 30% Discount * h Have a Guest List? ,/ It's time to call... Invitation Company"* Bar and Bar Mitzvahs • Weddings • Every Occasion Stationery • Gifts • Theme Accessories • Place Cards Yarmulkes # Napkins • Ehvelope Addressing /ConvenientNorth Dallas Location fffadySpecliler 972.233.3344 a Be a guest at your own party - leave the planning to us! -e- Specializing in Bar/Bat Mitzvahs '(0a EVENTS (972) 931-1955 Photos: Visual Image Photography & Videography Inc. 4 Tarty Carol Abrarn CSEP, CWC Wedding & Event Planner • certified special event professional • over 7 years of experience & training • reliable, enthusiastic support personnel • boundless creativity & services • relationships with dedicated vendors • excellent attention to detail • within your budget, large or small • reduced stress for you & your ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl2-13 1/9/07 6:14 PM Page 13 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Post Pics hanukah at the Edgemere Residen ts gathered in the library of Edgemere, a life care retirement community in Dallas, for the annual lighting of the menorah. The ceremony was conducted by resident Rudy Baum, and traditional holiday refreshments were served in celebration of the first day of Chanukah. ft ki Rudy Baum Bertha and Eddy Epstein D.L and Joy Sommerhalder Julian and Peggy Lerner 1 Just a click away from your mailbox. www.texasjewishpost.com Subscribing to the TJP has never been easier. Just go to the TJP Web site, click on Subscribe, and your copy of the TJP will be at your door in no time. It's easy to set up a gift subscription too. Subscribe today and stay linked to your community. Subscriptions Dallas 972-458-7283 Fort Worth 817-927-2831 Texas Jewish Post Your link to the Dallas/Fort Worth Jewish community ON SALE NOW! SESAME STREET LIVE A VEE CORPORATION PRO...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl4-17 1/9/07 5:37 PM Page 14 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Real Estate Spring landscape tips for this winter Preparations for spring land- scaping vary depending on where you live, but no matter where you are, there are a few things to do before spring arrives. Here are a few tips from the National Asso- ciation of Women in Construction (NAWIC) to keep the cooped-up gardener happy In the Southwest, for instance, where it gets up to 75° in January and spring sets in from March to April, winter flowers — like winter pansies — start to die off and should be replaced with summer flowers. It's important to choose the right variety of flower, as the heat in the summer will destroy varieties that aren't heat- tolerant. The eager gardener can begin pruning on certain types of plants. "Winter pruning can be done, but only prune prior to leaves coming out and only on plants that don't flower in the spring," says Jan Marshall, vice president and co...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl4-17 1/9/07 5:36 PM Page 15 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 15 bp 10 home decor trends for 2007 In the spirit of David Letterman's much-loved Top Ten lists, interior designers and industry experts share their predictions as to what will be hot in home decor in the coming year. Certain themes will continue from pre- vious years, with some gaining momentum as they become more widely accepted. Still others will explode onto the scene as fresh, inventive options for today's decorating enthusiasts. All of them will be woven together seamlessly by the thread of personalization and comfort. Color Color is key in home fashion, according to Lori West, ASID, of Everyday Spaces, Inc., with red taking a turn to the softer side with offerings of peach, melon, and muted yellows and oranges. Blues, greens, aquas, purples and pinks will continue to evolve, and be featured in both brilliant and more subtle hues. Sarah Anderson, ASID, of Sarah Anderson Interi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl4-17 1/9/07 4:47 PM Page 16 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year D'var Tor ah January 11,2007 Obituaries To be and to do Everyone has a name. Our names identify us; they describe who we are. In the ancient world, it was thought that the name given to a person is somehow connected to their essence, and may even play a role in determining their fate. And even today, people's names certainly facilitate the establishment of a relationship with them and serve as our first portal of entrance toward a soul connection. This week we begin reading the Book of Exodus. In Hebrew, the book — as well as its first weekly portion — is called Sefer Shemot, the Book of Names, for it commences with a list of the names of all the sons of Jacob who went down to Egypt. Yes, everyone has a name — with one exception! God has no name, at least no name revealed to us. This week's Torah portion recounts the By Rav Hanan Schlesinger encounter of Moses with God at the burning bush. God r...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl4-17 1/9/07 4:46 PM Page 17 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Synagogue Services Texas Jewish Post 17 Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Fridayjan. 12,5:23 p.m. Fridayjan. 19,5:29 p.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: Synaplex Shabbat-6 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat-7:30 p.m. "Journey of the Spirit: A Film about Debbie Friedman"-Following Kabbalat Shabbat 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 Tot Shabbat...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl8-21 1/9/07 5:32 PM Page 18 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Calendar Friday, Jan. 12 ITSE (In The Shul Experience) Shabbat Service 6p.m. All young children and the young at heart are invited to this short, casual but energetic Shabbat service. ITSE includes families with children 0-5 years old. For more information, contact Leah Sin- gleton, (214) 361-6606, ext. 225 or lsingleton@shearith.org. Congregation Shearith Israel 9401 Douglas Ave., Dallas Saturday, Jan, 13 Debbie Friedman in Concert 7:45p.m. Adat Chaverim is sponsoring this con- cert as part of its Synaplex program. Ticket prices range from $18 to $108 (the $108 ticket includes Debbie's new CD, "One People," and a dessert buffet after the concert). Tickets can be purchased from the Eisemann Center by calling (972) 744-4650 or on the Web at www.eisemanncenter.com. Charles W. Eisemann Center 2351 Performance Drive, Richardson Sunday, Jan. 14 Daven, Dine and Dunk 9-11:30 a.m. Commun...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl8-21 1/9/07 4:42 PM Page 19 January 11,2007 Health In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Couple to walk 2000+ miles from Georgia to Maine to benefit the needy in Israel By Deb Silverthorn One step at a time, with two desires to leave the corporate world behind and help those in need, Piano residents Shlomo and Chava ben Avraham are putting their home and belongings up for sale, resigning from their jobs, and heading east. The couple will leave on May 1, walking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine, expecting to arrive on Oct. 1, with their efforts to benefit Meir Panim, a nonprofit organi- zation dedicated to the 22 percent of Israel's residents that live below the poverty line. Shlomo is a marketing manager for an online e-business solutions company and Chava a senior human resource administrator. "I will turn 50 in September, and my wife 49 in May, and we decided there was more to life than just the day-to-day earning and spending, worrying and moving...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl8-21 1/9/07 5:07 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Around the Town with Rene Fascinating art story is Daytimers' subject Fort Worth's Kimbell is the first museum to return to its rightful owners a major work of art confis- cated by the Nazis. Last fal], the heirs of John and Anna Jaffee became the new owners of J.M.W. Turner's "Glaucus and Scylla," and "Day- timers" will hear the whole story at Beth-El Congregation on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Speaker will be Andrew Marton, Star-Telegram arts reporter who wrote the major feature story on the painting's return. He joined the paper in 1999, and wrote the bulk of its entire special section on the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth's grand opening. Marton received a degree in inter- national politics from Georgetown University's Foreign Service School after spending his junior year studying politics, languages, history and philosophy at the Paris Institute of Political Science. Then he worked...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 pl8-21 1/9/07 6:17 PM Page 21 January 11,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 21 performed a play written by teacher Louise Vermillion, with props designed by her husband Judd, for all students and their parents. Then fam- ilies worked on crafts projects while the Men's Club prepared the annual Hot Dog and Latke Lunch. After- ward, Steve Karten conducted the second annual auction of chanukiot made by students and their families, with proceeds to assist in purchasing craft materials for the school. More than $350 was raised, and — surprise! — each family purchased the very chanukiah it had made! Also, a new monthly CAS adult education program, Judaism 101, was launched that Sunday, Dec. 17. During class, instructors David Saul, Melissa Morgan and Seme Dewees-Cooper discussed the his- torical and present-day significance of Chanukah, and taught partici- pants about saying blessings and lighting candles. The next Judaism 101 session will be at 9:30 a.m. on Jan. ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p22-24 1/9/07 4:09 PM Page 22 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 11,2007 Columnists In My Mind's I A'shayne' colleague My favorite professional organi- zation is the National Federation of Press Women, maybe because it's the first such group I ever joined. That was almost 40 years ago. Since then, I've become a member of a number of other such organizations in my field. Among them is the Society of Professional Journalists, which used to be a men-only enclave. When it finally opened its doors to women, I was one of the first to walk in. But that's the reason I'm so fond of NFPW. It was founded more than a century ago, to help women in the field who were denied the opportunity to join the existing men-only professional groups. There were virtually no women writing for big-city daily papers in those days, but lots of them writing for weeklies in small towns and rural areas. Underpaid and unappreciated, they labored on in the hinterlands because they lov...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

TJP V61-02, 01-11-07 p22-24 1/9/07 4:08 PM Page 23 January 11,2007 Recipes In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Slow down and smell the dinner Chicken Thighs Adobo with Peas I'm ever intrigued by the commercials where the audience shouts in unison, "Just set it and forget it." Not that I would personally purchase the item (whatever it is — big, clunky and taking up valuable counter space). Still, the concept is solid. In fact, whenever I prepare some- thing in my Crockpot (I call all slow cookers, regardless of make and manufacturer, Crockpot), I can't help my chronic repetition of that famous line. And why not? It's what the slow cooker does best. Wonder- fully low-tech, even the most state-of-the-art slow cooker is absurdly simple, with its heating coil and ceramic liner. The rest is theater — stain- less or decorative exteriors, stylish knobs, impressive monikers. Although I have, many times (always in a hurry), simply thrown ingredients into my cooker with the temperature on lo...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 January 2007

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