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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl2-13 1/30/07 5:50 PM Page 13 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 13 'Lone Stars of David: he Jews o Texas' shines If you want to display some Judaica on your coffee table, this is the book to do it handsomely. Nobody will pass by its jacket cover (photograhped by Fort Worth photogra- pher Ellen Appel) without a gasp and a second look. There, on a bed of straw, next to a horseshoe, in front of a rustic wheel, stands an unoccupied pair of cowboy boots, beautiful rust- colored leather ones, worked with designs of — stars! Jewish stars!, The book is "Lone Stars of David: The Jews of Texas," its 21 chapters comprising a spe- cialized history of the state that's a joy to look at as well as to read. Two dozen folks who know what they're talking about have contributed the writing, and an amazing array of photo illustrations covers people, places, meetings and memorabilia. You can have a good time just leafing through these pages, but sooner or later ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl4-17 1/30/07 6:19 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 D Anaan puts a new spin on Jewish music By Deb Silverthorn DJ Anaan will put a spin on Jewish music by spinning the records at Zubar on Thursday, Feb. 8, from 7 to 10 p.m. The event will be hosted by the Young Pro- fessionals division of Congregation Shearith Israel, whose leaders hope to introduce a new sound, linked to Jewish tra- dition, to the community. Guests must be 21 and over; there is no cover charge. Zubar is located at 2012 Greenville Ave. Called one of the "50 Most Influential Jews" by the Jewish Forward, the 26-year-old CEO of the not-for-profit record label and event production company JDub Records, whose real name is Aaron Bisman, was the force behind reggae sensation Matisyahu; an electronica-folk band, Balkan Beat Box; a six-piece klezmer-punk band, Golem; Yid- dish rapper DJ Socalled; and the rock band The Levees. Known by his stage name as DJ Anaan, in his...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl4-17 1/30/07 5:49 PM Page 15 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 15 Single Gourmet DFW: It's what's cooking By Deb Silverthorn Dinner is served — with friend- ship, haute cuisine and a guaranteed night of conversation, camaraderie and likely a warm toast to the future — at Single Gourmet DFW events. Starting its sixth year in the Metroplex, Single Gourmet DFW is a club for singles, ages 30 to 69, offering five or more events a month at fine restaurants throughout the Metroplex. "After many years of marriage, I found myself divorced and wanting to meet people beyond the bar scene and online programs," said Executive Director Ed Bamberger. "A friend in Atlanta suggested I start a local Single Gourmet chapter. Once I saw that Dallas was not one of the 16 cities in the United States and Canada with a Single Gourmet chapter, my interest was piqued and, after eight months of research and planning, I held my first event." The kickoff party, at Nana ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl4-17 1/30/07 5:47 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year D'var Tor ah February 1,2007 Obituaries Parashat Beshalach Miriam's drum circle About a week ago, someone sent me an article that appeared in the New York Forward. The title of the piece was "Renewing Ecstatic Spiri- tuality to the Beat of a Drum." The author suggested that music was gaining increased prominence in Jewish religious life because, as one prominent theologian said, "The way to the heart is not through the circuitous and arduous route of the mind but the rhythmic beat of the drums." The article went on to suggest that in order to deepen one's faith, one needs not only to study and Herb Cohen learn, but also to seek emo- tional inspiration, which can be acquired through the ecstasy of music and dance. In this week's Sedra of Beshalach, the Torah describes the amazing splitting of the Red Sea and the sub- sequent spontaneous song of Moshe, celebrating this miraculous event. After ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl4-17 1/30/07 5:46 PM Page 17 February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Synagogue Services Texas Jewish Post 17 Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday,Feb. 2,5:42 p.m. Friday,Feb. 9,5:49 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 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. Pre-K & K Havdallah and Family Celebration-5:45 p.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. MORNIN...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl8-21 1/30/07 5:45 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Calendar Friday, Feb. 2 Temple Emanu-EI Preschool Visiting Day and Registration 9:10-11 a.m. Shabbat celebration and a talk about the program. Visiting days are designed for parents to spend time learning about their child's early childhood educational opportunities. For more information, contact Gale Friedman, (214) 706-0020 or gfriedman@tedallas.org. Temple Emanu-EI 8500 Hillcrest Road, Dallas Levine Academy Early Childhood Center Campus Preview 9:15a.m. Parents are invited to join the Early Childhood Center Shabbat celebration at 9:15 a.m.,followed at 10 a.m. by a tour and talk about the program. For more information, contact Anna Popp, (972) 248-3032, ext. 138 or apopp@levine academyorg. Ann & Nate Levine Academy 18011 Hillcrest Road, Dallas Temple Shalom Grandparents' Day 9:15 a.m. Tu B'Shevat and Shabbat celebration with Temple Shalom's grandparents. For more inform...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl8-21 1/30/07 5:45 PM Page 19 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Health Where did my decongestant go? It's still in the store — just not on the shelf The cold and flu season is upon us. And while the "allergy and cold relief" aisle may not look different at first glance, there are significant changes for consumers to deal with. Any of the allergy or cold deconges - tant products still available on the shelves do not contain pseu- doephedrine (PSE). Many have been reformulated to remove PSE and now contain phenylephrine (PE), which are labeled to be taken every four hours. The products that are missing from the shelf, including the long-lasting, 12- and 24-hour formulas, containing pseu- doephedrine, are now in a new location, just a few steps away. decongestant products containing PSE are sold behind the counter in some states and soon will be nationwide. Almost half of those who have purchased allergy and cold relief medication in the las...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl8-21 1/30/07 5:44 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Around the Town with Rene Our Rene introduces some favorite angels When you're a captive in the hospital, and your bones ache real bad, and every- thing seems to hurt, there are still teams of special people ready to assuage these hurts. I call these folks "my angels." From my perch on the third floor of Baylor All Saints, this matriarch of 84 years was able to survey the best that Baylor offered among their "angels'' I am firmly convinced, more than ever, that bands of angels cover the universe, and you'll find them most everywhere. Oh,I'm not complaining about mylong- drawn-out ordeal since my accident on Dec. 2. Rather, the Pollyanna role seems to fit me like a glove. The staff at Baylor All Saints, where I spent four weeks, was kind, compas- sionate, caring and gentle. I cannot tell them adequately how much I appreciate all their efforts. I met with my next group of angels a...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pl8-21 1/30/07 5:43 PM Page 21 February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 21 CANDIDATES continued from page 9 In 2004, delivering the keynote speech at the Republican convention in New York, Giuliani emphatically noted Bush's outspoken support for the Jewish state. Gov. Mitt Romney Romney passed on a bid for a second term as Massachusetts governor to get started on the Republican nomination this year. He wasted no time in making clear his message of solid support for Israel. That's because however well governors perform on domestic issues — and Romney made significant inroads with the liberal Jewish community in the Boston area — they need to act quickly to estab- lish foreign policy credentials. Romney was one of four candi- dates to address the Herzliya Con- ference this week, but the only one to do so in person. He spoke forcefully about isolating Iran as long as it poses a nuclear threat, noting that he refused to provide police protection for its fo...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p22-24 1/30/07 5:42 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Columnists In My Mind's I Judaism and the environment: keepers of the earth CanfeiNesharim ("Wings of Eagles") is an Orthodox organization dedicated to educating all of us about the Jewish laws relevant to protecting the envi- ronment. At this time of growing concern for increased pollution, strange weather phenomena and especially global warming, we should pay attention. Saturday will be Tu B'Shevat, our New Year for Trees. When I was young, we marked it by eating dates, figs and carobs, and giving money to plant trees in Israel. When my children were young, physically planting trees on our own synagogue grounds was added to the mix. Then came the fruit -filled seders, modeled after Pesach. But now, says Canfei Nesharim,"It has become a special day for recognizing the impor- tance of nature, and protecting the environment in Jewish communities, and worldwide," In Genesis, Ca...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p22-24 1/30/07 5:42 PM Page 23 -e February 1,2007 Recipes In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Tees and li fe Roasted Salad with Shallots and Sauteed Grapes The Torah teaches us about eitz chaim, the tree of life. We speak of familial roots and compare our own limbs to branches, blossom into adulthood, gain wisdom from the tree of knowledge and benefit from the fruits of our labor. Jews historically have a reverential relation- ship with trees and nature in general. It is said that in ancient times, Israel boasted orchards and forests. Invasions by enemy armies customarily destroyed forests when attacking other lands. In accordance with Jewish respect for life, Israel's soldiers in battle were forbidden to destroy crops and fruit trees. Tradition has it that Tu B'Shevat is celebrated with a seder. Seven species of "fruit" or crops — each native to Israel — are represented (some celebrate with even more varieties of fruits). This seder is a time to reflect on tr...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 p22-24 1/30/07 5:40 PM Page 24 Kedem Grape Juice 22-oz. Selected varieties Card Price: $1.50 ea CARD PR E ji'KWSS QfHahcc* ^ (Meal B *< QTlatzo^ (Meal v?rteraewr IKqaM *JtKonui IHLEDBROn . itLLEdbRcn If-ft' M J Manischewitz or QQ Rokeach Gefille Fish J J%l 24-oz. Se ected varieties Kedem Sparkling Juice 25.4-gz. Selected varieties. With Mail-in Rebate. Card Price: $1.50 ea. Manischewitz or Streit's Macaroons 10-oz. Selected varieties. Card Price: $2.50 ea. Manischewitz or Streit's Matzo Meal or Cake Meal 16-oz. Selected varieties. Card Pricei $2.50 ea. card price Matzo Ball &*Soup Mix Manischewitz or Streit's Matzo Ball or Matzo Ball and Soup Mix 4.5 to 5-OZ. Selected varieties. Card Price: $1.50 ea. 2*3 Yehuda Yehuda Pissover Matzos / Yehuda or Osem Israeli Matzos 5-lb. 99 Manischewitz or Streit's Matzos 5-lb. 99 CARD PRICE CARD PRICE CARD PRICE There's a Tom Thumb near you! 3945 Legacy Dr. - (972) 491-2200 18212 Preston Rd. - (972) 985-2240 1380 W. Camp...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:09 PM Page Y1 -e February 1,2007 Summer Camp Texas Jewish Post Y1 Youth Overnight camp: ready or not? Going to overnight camp for the first time — it is, in many circles, a Jewish rite of passage. Unlike becoming a bar or bat mitzvah, however, the perfect timing for tran- sitioning from day camper to overnight camper is not preor- dained; on the contrary, it can vary significantly from child to child. With no magic age to rely on, how do we deter- mine whether or not our child is ready to take the sleep-away plunge? We take a deep breath, separate our own conflicted emotions from the question at hand, and look for the following overnight camp readiness markers in our son or daughter (adapted from guidelines by Chris Scheuer, director of camping for YMCA camping ser- vices of Greater New York): • A desire to go to overnight camp. True, some kids require gentle nudges to get them into the sleep- away state of mind. But if you notice your child t...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:09 PM Page Y2 -e Y2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Focus on Issues Boot camp or camp directors As camps get more professional, directors turn to CEO-like training By Jacob Berkman NEW YORK (JTAi — As Jewish camps become more Pellegrino than bug juice, a new fellowship at Brandeis University is aiming to make the lewish camp director more CEO than glorified coun- selor. The Foundation for Jewish Camping and Brandeis University CAMI HORSESHOE New Facilities • Old Traditions In The Heart of Wisconsin's Northwoods Fran & Jordan Shiner Owners/Directors Q2D www. c amphorseshoeTcoiW ffun@camphorsesnoeTcom Pick Your Schedule and Your Classmates Picture this: three students, one dynamic tutor, and a learning experience built around you. Small Group Tutoring—a new way to prepare. To learn more or to enroll in a Small Group Tutoring program call 800-2Review or visit PrincetonReview. com. (Pr The Princeton Review SAT • ACT • LSAT •...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:33 PM Page Y3 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post Y3 costs and allow them to make cap- ital improvements, Jewish camps tend to cost less and offer thou- sands of dollars in scholarships. Yavneh, which is under the umbrella of Hebrew College in Newton, Mass., covered its oper- ating expenses from tuition the past two years, but Sussman had to raise more than $1 million from grants and donors to renovate Yavneh's sports fields and replace its septic system, she said. "We come at this with a lot of enthusiasm and love of the job," she said of Jewish camp directors, "But we don't have the financial or fund-raising or marketing back- ground." According to Silverman, "less than five" of the 135 directors of Jewish camps in North America have master's degrees in business. That's why the camping foun- dation is pushing to bring the field up to professional speed. In October, the foundation ran the first of what will be seven sem- ina...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:07 PM Page Y4 -e Y4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 KP If* iKjl ■ Let them spend the summer the Echo li ll way! Clean, crisp Hill Country air • Warm days, cool nights Horsebackriding • Riflery • Archery • Camp-outs • Bonfires Swimming • Hiking • Sports • Arts-and-Crafts • Friendship circles Child-centered • Non-competitive One-, three-, and four-week sessions available ECHO HILL RANCH There's no better way to spend the summer Family-owned and operated for 55 years NO UP FRONT COST! NO EQUIPMENT TO BUY! -e- DIRECTV. FREE 1-4 ROOM SYSTEM! FREE FASTEST INSTALLATION! FREE DVR OR HD RECEIVER UPGRADE! 250+ ALL DIGITAL CHANNELS! PACKAGES START $29.99/MONTH!! ^ ORDER DIRECTV NOW! 1-800-574-1938 a PARTY ^■zone Texas Sumo's Indoor Party Zone • Brand new 17,000 square foot private facility • Texas Sumo's AWESOME games available PERFECT FOR: • Bar & Bat Mibvahs • Youth Events • Parties • Corporate Meetings • Fun Entertainment for gr...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:35 PM Page Y5 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Texas Jewish Post Y5 ICRS finishes extraordinary year 2007 scholarship deadlines announced If year 2007 looks like 2006, the staff of the Jewish Children's Regional Services must brace for a very very busy year. In 2006, the agency funded over 55 percent more Jewish youth across its seven-state service region. In the first 10 months of 2006, the agency, which operates with just a handful of staff, funded 724 Jewish youth. Not only were traditional schol- arships for camp and college aid provided, but also the agency awarded many gift cards for youth and families impacted by the 2005 hurricanes. The ongoing special- needs program of the agency expanded to fund many more hand- icapped and displaced youth. A new support group for those grandpar- ents and guardians who are rearing their grandchildren was also formed. As the only Jewish agency of its kind in the U.S., the JCRS focuses on the needs o...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:05 PM Page Y6 -e Y6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 61st Year February 1,2007 Eifo Effy Find him at the. 8th Annual Israel Block Party: Faces of Israel Thursday, March 1st, 2007 All Day South Mall - University of Texas, Austin WWW.TEXASHILLEL.ORG 512.476.0125 The Bris by Certified Mohel Rabbi Michael Rovinsky Where Care & Concern Make A Difference" TRAINED BY PEDIATRIC UROLOGISTS Bom and Raised in Big D OVER 5,000 PROCEDURES PERFORMED Serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Jewish Community for over 15 years (314) 727-BRIT (2748) 1-800-85MOHEL www.brismilah.org t A T I N Y y There's no boutique quite like it! Apparel for 0-6x girls and 0-4T boys: • Florence Eisemon • Kissy Kissy • Charlie Rocket • Zutano • Le Top • More Specialty strollers: Rock Star Baby • Inglesina • Icoo • More Shoes: Robeez • Pedipeds • See Kai Run • More Books, wall decor, toys and gift items. Come visit us and see what everyone is talking about. Don't forget, we do embroidery right o...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:04 PM Page Y7 -e February 1,2007 In Our 61st Year Focus on Issues Texas Jewish Post Y7 How Jewish is summer camp? Very Jewish, but even more Mormon By Chanan Tigay NEW YORK (JTA) — Despite a percep- tion among some Jews, summer camping, it turns out, is not predomi- nantly a Jewish tiling. In fact, the numbers show it's mostly a Mormon thing. According to the National Study of Youth and Religion, close to 40 percent of Amer- ican teenagers between the ages of 13 and 17 have attended an overnight summer camp run by a religious organization. Nearly 80 percent of Mormon teens have attended such a camp, the study shows. Among conservative Protestants, that number is 53 percent, while 48 per- cent of mainline Protestants have spent summers at a religious-run camp. Jewish teens come in fourth,at43 percent. "We think it's a Jewish phenomenon because of our circle, but apparently ifs an opportunity that all movements of religions believe in!' said Jer...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 February 2007

TJP V61-05, 02-01-07 pY01-Y08 1/30/07 6:03 PM Page Y8 SngwatersSwatertuiiii' tfeepseafishingparasailingfc speedboatingfjopgiefjoartrin. 1 lsurfingwa ermi i«gwatertub>. Isandsculptingtieaclisportspara liray airitigwaSieEioar ding surfi^0f Isnor Srlingje wishf u ntimcaT^| n§ Imagine all that, then imagine no more! Camp Gan Israel - South Padre Island is... THE ISLAND OF ALL YOUR SUMMER DREAMS! CGI SPI a highly acclaimed,first-class water-sports camp located on a spectacular island. Committed to excellence, the camp boasts magnificent five-star accommodations, a state of the art water-sports curriculum, as well as an array of innovative hands-on, Jewish experience programs. Camp Session 2007 Boys (ages 9-14) June 20 - July 8 NEW! Girls program to open this summer (ages 9-14) July 9 - July 16 For more information or to register: Visit us at www.cgispi.com or contact us at Tel: 877-290-1338 Fax:210-855-9910 Email: info@cgispi.com ^CAMP fiAN" ISRAEL ■ t ^ <,outh TaJre (stand, TX

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