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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

TJP V61-04, 01-25-07 pl4-17 1/23/07 5:40 PM Page 17 January 25,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 17 Synagogue Services Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Fridayjan. 26,5:36 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2,5:42 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: Kabbalat Shabbat-7:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Torah Study-9 a.m. Shabbat Service, Bar Mitzvah of Ian Shidlofsky-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. Torah Tot Shabbat-11:15 a.m. M...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

TJP V61-04, 01-25-07 pl8-21 1/23/07 6:01 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 25,2007 Calendar Thursday, Jan. 25 Saturday, Jan. 27 Bnai Zion 2007 Kick-off Open Board Meeting 7:30p.m. Featured guest speaker is Dr. Stephen L. Swisher, executive pastor at Lovers Lane UMC in Dallas, a congregation of more than 6,000 members. He was per- sonally recruited by Dr. John Hagee to be the Dallas chairperson for Churches United for Israel. At the first annual Night to Honor Israel that was held in Dallas, 1,500 Jews and Christians attended, and over $30,000 was raised for the state of Israel. Come learn about Bnai Zion's exciting plans for 2007 and hear Dr. Swisher speak about the support of Israel by the Christian community. RSVP to SueEllen Wolfson, (972) 918-9200. Aaron Family JCC 7900 Northaven Road, Dallas Friday, Jan. 26 Thirteenth Annual DATA Retreat on Lake Texoma It's the annual experience you've been waiting for! Anyone looking for a thor- oughly uplifting and s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

TJP V61-04, 01-25-07 pl8-21 1/23/07 6:01 PM Page 19 -e January 25,2007 Health In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Young Jews with Asperger s go on tailor-made birthright trip By Dina Kraft CAESAREA, Israel (JTA) — The group made its way across the rocky beaches and archaeological ruins of Caesarea, searching for ancient pot- tery shards and drinking in every word of the city's fabled history along the way These 17 young American Jews were not typical birthright israel par- ticipants. They were the first-ever group with Asperger's syndrome — a neurobiological disorder that is considered the highest-functioning type of autism. "I feel so connected here, not so much to the religion, but to the his- tory and people," said Martin Barken, 26, of San Diego, adding that his con- dition prevented him from attending Hebrew school. The trip taught Barken about more than Israel. "I really feel like I have learned a lot about myself and how to interact with people better," he said, speaking of...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

TJP V61-04, 01-25-07 pl8-21 1/23/07 6:02 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 25,2007 Around the Town with Rene 'Taste of Federation' is major givers' event More than 60 people attended the Jewish Federation's annual Major Gifts Reception in the home of Phyllis and Bob Fenton. Before the program, guests shmoozed and admired the Fentons' art as they enjoyed Juan Vizcarra's piano and hors d'oeuvres from Affairs To Cater. President Arnie Gachman welcomed everyone and introduced Campaign Chair Eddie Feld as "A Taste of Federation" began. Rachel Yaacobi directed her Fort Worth Academy Hebrew students in a short play about visiting Israel that fea- tured both their singing and conversational language skills. The perfor- mance of Lizzie Michan, Rebekah Allen, Rachel Darling, John Factor, and Brandon Nakai highlighted the good that Grow Fort Worth does through the Federation. Tikva Children's Home's Director of Development,YonniWattenmaker,used a DVD to tell poignant sto...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

TJP V61-04, 01-25-07 pl8-21 1/23/07 6:02 PM Page 21 January 25,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 21 television program and discuss issues of parenting, the family, marriage, and inti- macy, giving audience members the opportunity to pose their specific problems. Boteach has written 15 books, and was named one of America's 100 most important radio hosts by Talkers magazine; his syndicated column won the American Jewish Press Association's highest award for commentary in 2005. All programs will be broadcast from New York and can be viewed simultane- ously at Beth-El Congregation, 4900 Briarhaven Road,Fort Worth. The congre- gation invites everyone to "Be part of the discussion. Experience community, here and nationally. Learn, listen, question. Together, we are one community dedi- cated to strengthening Jewish education." This series is partially underwrit ten by Beth-El and the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County. To help meet all costs, a minimum donation of $5 ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

TJP V61-04, 01-25-07 p22-24 1/23/07 5:33 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year January 25,2007 Columnists In My Mind's I A day of commemoration Shh. Pretend you don't hear me saying this. There are times when I wish I were in New York City. This coming Sunday will be one of them. Jan. 27 is the day that many Euro- pean countries have chosen for memorializing the Holo- caust; that was the date in 1945 when the Soviet army entered Auschwitz. It was picked seven years ago by the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust, the European Minister of Educa- tion, and the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research. (Ironic, isn't it, that France then chaired this last group? Because Jan. 27 was set aside not only to remember the Shoah's victims, but to discourage pre- sent and future xenophobia — which doesn't really seem to have happened there, at least where today's Jews are concerned.) Last year, the United Nations for- mal...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

TJP V61-04, 01-25-07 p22-24 1/23/07 5:32 PM Page 23 -e January 25,2007 Recipes In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Warm wintry mornings Blueberry Buckle With temperatures around the country chilly — in some parts much frostier than usual — a toasty and comforting begin- ning will warm the kishkes, Imagine your favorite people gathered casually, say, in your kitchen. Each person is wearing slippers or socks (buy tacky inexpen- sive pairs at a dollar or discount store or ask them to bring their own). There are newspapers to read (get different periodicals — including the TJP — one for each guest, then pass them around), and television or radio is humming with the morning news or infotainment you hate to miss. Offer up mugs of hot chocolate with marshmallows or whipped cream, of course. You'll be surprised how many folks will want it (a guilty pleasure). Serve a warm coffee cake or bagels and lox with all the fixings. And let the pan- cake making begin. By the time the last steamy fl...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 January 2007

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p01-03 1/30/07 6:00 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, February 1,2007 13 Shevat5767 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post Hundreds of survivors arid their families gather at U.N. headquarters to commemorate Shoah 2 DJ Ana an will mix it up at Zubar next week with Shearith Israel's Young Professionals 14 Sharon Estroff addresses the issue of when it's \ # I best for kids to goto sleep-away camp VOLUME 61 NO. 5 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 With bombing, Palestinian terror reaches into Eilat's seaside idyll By Dina Kraft TEL AVIV (JTA) — Eilat generally has escaped the violence of the six-year Palestinian intifada, but even its remote setting couldn't forever insulate the Red Sea resort city from the region s tensions. A suicide bomber struck Monday morning at a small bakery in the usually serene city killing three people when he det- onated his explosives belt in a residential area. It was the first suicide bombing in Israel's southernmost city built on the edge of the Red Sea with vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p01-03 1/30/07 6:02 PM Page 2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Behind the Headlines On Holocaust memorial day, at least, Israel feels popular at the U.N. By Ben Harris NEW YORK (JTA) — Israel's United Nations delegation usually visits the towering General Assembly hall en masse only to fend off the latest accusation of wrongdoing. So it must have felt bizarre for Israeli Ambassador Dan Gillerman to have to pause for applause more than a half-dozen times in the course of an address. But Monday was no ordinary busi- ness day at U.N. headquarters. Hundreds of Holocaust survivors and their families gathered at the world body for its second annual day com- memorating victims of the Shoah. "I vow that as long as there is an Israel — and I vow that forever there will be an Israel—you are not alone," Gillerman told survivors, his voice rising. "You are safe. And today, here in this hall and around the world, the whole of the civilized world is vowing t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p01-03 1/30/07 5:59 PM Page 3 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post EILAT continued from page 1 Palestinian terror organizations. Peretz ordered the Israel Defense Forces to prepare to launch opera- tions inside the Gaza Strip and against the infrastructure that enabled the Eilat suicide bomber to cross from Gaza into Israel. "We will not make any discounts for terror groups, and the cease-fire will not prevent us from targeting them," Peretz said following a secu- rity assessment with senior defense officials, including outgoing IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Dan Halutz. Despite Peretz's harsh response, however, defense officials esti- mated that the IDF would not launch any major operations in response to the Eilat attack, the Jerusalem Post reported. The suicide bombing came after a relatively long stretch of calm inside Israel, and was the first such successful attack in nine months. Other attempted attacks have been foiled by Israeli se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p04-07 1/30/07 5:58 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Washington Watch Cluster bomb controversy: no big deal? Six months after the shooting stopped, Israel's less-than-fully-successful war in Lebanon continues to have diplomatic repercussions. This week the State Department sent Congress a report saying that Israel "may have" violated restrictions placed on the use of cluster bombs during the war. While the wrist slapping was conspicu- ously mild, it could result in action against Israel such as cut- ting off the supply of the U.S.-made bomb, something Washington did in 1982 after a similar congressional investiga- tion ruled that Israel misused the weapons during that Lebanon war. But Israel now manufactures its own cluster bombs. And By James D. Besser since U.S. forces are using sim- ilar munitions in the war against the Iraqi insurgency, it is not in a position to com- plain too loudly. On Monday State Department spokesman Sean ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p04-07 1/30/07 5:57 PM Page 5 -e February 1,2007 Opinion In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post The other Lincoln s birthday I have no idea what's taking place in Dearborn,Mich, this week,but a celebra- tion is most definitely in order. It was at the beginning of February, exactly 85 years ago, that Lincoln became a Ford name, in that Henry Ford completed the purchase of the Lincoln Motor Company from Henry Leland, its founder, for 8 mil- lion dollars. Regardless of how you feel about Henry Ford, independently of how you rate the Lincoln as an automobile, you ought to know that this milestone event would ultimately play a role in the early days of the Jewish state. Barely a quarter of a cen- tury later, Victor Potamkin opened one of his first car dealerships. It was a Lincoln agency, located in Philadel- phia. Yet, try as Potamkin might, there was just no persuading any of his fellow Jews, seeking to purchase a luxury model, to look at a Lincoln. Even though Henry F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p04-07 1/30/07 5:57 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Dallas Doings Local MassMutual agents involved in breast cancer awareness effort The Susan G. Komen Foundation has received $1000 from an innova- tive National Breast Cancer Awareness Month program offered by Stevens Financial and the Mass- achusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual). "I'm delighted that local women who have been affected by breast cancer, and the agencies that serve them, will benefit from our dona- tion," said Nancy Gordon, CLTC. "We look forward to continuing to support organizations that provide information and hope to women with breast cancer." Gordon and Melinda Witt, based at 14001 N. Dallas Tollway, recently conducted an informative financial seminar geared toward women. They are part of a MassMutual pro- gram that makes charitable contributions, in the names of its agents who work extensively with women clients and women's groups, to further loc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p04-07 1/30/07 5:56 PM Page 7 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post Max took part in a recent four- day National Young Leaders State Conference for eighth- and ninth- graders. Held in Dallas, it focused on eight traits of leadership (interper- sonal and presentation communication, conflict resolution, decision-making, diversity and tol- erance, goal setting, group dynamics, leadership techniques, and project management)* pro- viding the students with concrete leadership lessons to take back to their own schools and communities. "It was an awesome experience," according to Max. "We made per- sonal leadership plans and did a lot of self-evaluation. It made me realize that I will never be able to improve any aspect of my life if I don't understand who I am. I feel that what I learned will help me be a better leader. I acquired skills that I will have for the rest of my life." CYLC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization that since 1985 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p08-ll 1/30/07 5:55 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Behind the Headlines As candidates enter 2008 race, they begin courting Jewish support By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) — It's a Wash- ington ritual as reliable as the cherry blossoms, if nowhere near as pretty: Midterm congressional elections are over and aspirants for the most powerful job in the world are throwing their hats into the race for the U.S.presidency. Another ritual within the ritual is lining up Jewish support, and this year is no different. Some candidates are acting immediately: This month, U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) plucked Jay Zeidman, President Bush's popular Jewish outreach official, to lead his Jewish campaign. Sometimes it's even sooner than immediately: For the past two years, Ann Lewis, who has been prominent in Jewish causes since she served as the Clinton administration's deputy communica- tions director, has been sounding out Jewish support for Clinto...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p08-ll 1/30/07 5:54 PM Page 9 February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post largely stood on the sidelines as the prob- lems got worse. I believe that for far too long, we've abdicated our responsibility to deal with the Iranian threat to the Europeans." Such talk has helped draw major Jewish donors to Edwards' campaign. He raised eyebrows late last year, however, when he named as his campaign director David Bonior, a former Michigan con- gressman noted for his tough criticism of Israel. Bonior and Edwards reached out to top pro-Israel figures and assured them that Bonior's role would not extend to foreign policy. New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson Richardson is a well-known com- modity in the Jewish community, dating from his service in the Clinton adminis- tration, first as United Nations ambassador and then as energy secre- tary. The first Hispanic American considered to be a viable candidate for president, Richardson has maintained an Gov. Bill Richardson ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p08-ll 1/30/07 6:22 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 One Shabbat, One World Shabbaton Chabad brings Rabbi Asher Crispe to Piano By Deb Silverthorn Chabad of Piano/Collin County will welcome Rabbi Asher Crispe to lead a Shabbaton during the weekend of Feb. 2-4. Through the weekend, declared by the Chabad movement worldwide as "One Shabbat, One World," Chabad hopes to bring an awareness of the beauty and sanctity of Shabbat. Rabbi Asher Crispe will speak Friday evening on the subject of "Me, Worried? Finding Peace in an Anxious World," and share three different therapies that bring about anxiety relief, often found in clas- sical analysis but also in Judaic texts and Chassidic philosophy. The talk will come after Kabbalat Shabbat services and dinner. On Saturday, Shabbat Shirah — which commemorates the celebra- tion that took place as the Jews crossed the Red Sea — Rabbi Crispe will speak on "Music: The Quill of the Soul." "We wi...

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

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p08-ll 1/30/07 5:52 PM Page 11 February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 11 A J Congress to hold annual meeting Feb. 4 Installation of officers and address by Dr. Mark Chancey highlights By Deb Sih'erthom The Southwest Region of the American Jewish Congress will hold its annual meeting, and installation of officers, on Sunday, Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. at Congregation Tiferet Israel. The open meeting is free of charge and Dr. Mark Chancey will feature SMU's Dr. Mark Chancey on the subject, "Lessons from the Lone Star State: Bible Courses in Public Schools." The 2007-2009 slate of officers to be installed are President Marcy C. Helfand; Vice Presidents Michael B. Cohen, Ellen Markus and Jonathan Spigel; Secretary Keo Strull; and Trea- surer Harry Kabler. New board members are Robert Goldberg, Gal Lahat, Jay Oppenheimer, Harry Ploss, Peggy Ploss, Jack Scheib, Larry Sil- verman, Jerome Stein and Peggy Zilbermann. "Each of our officers expressed an interest in bein...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl2-13 1/30/07 5:51 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 LIPTZ continued from page 1 welcome insightful questions from my audiences as I some- times delve into new realms as a result of their interests. In Dallas, I feel that I am part of a wider family and each session is part of an opportunity to understand the complex world we live in. Each time I visit, I grow intellectually and emotionally. "Dallas is almost a home away from home although my strange accent confirms that I am actu- ally not a local," added Liptz. "I can't tell you how often I have some connection with friends and colleagues from my visits and, it seems, my hired car almost reaches the hotel by itself." A native of Zimbabwe, Liptz immigrated to Israel the day before The Six-Day War. "Moving to Israel was an excellent decision. Every day here is worth a journal entry." A lecturer for the Depart- ment of Middle East and A frican History at Tel Aviv Univer- sity in...

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