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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pl7-21 5/3/05 7:13 PM Page 21 May 5,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 we read the letters from the kids, it warms our hearts. These are the 'care packages' you might think to send your own kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews. "On Tu B'Shevat we buy trees to plant in Israel. On Yom HaZikaron, let us honor the memory of our fallen soldiers and lift the lives of the soldiers defending Israel. Individ- uals, families, schools, synagogues, organizations and youth groups should consider this project. On this Yom HaZikaron, I ask you to remember the soldiers that died for Israel and democracy, and think of the soldiers that are in the fields now. In their honor, donate to Ohel Ari - and remember. In the states, you can send a tax-deductible dona- tion to: Ohel Ari, P.O. Box 1044, Teaneck, NI 07666; in Israel, Ohel Ari, P.O. Box 211, Raanana. FWCDS students recognized as Merit Scholars Rivka Maizlish and Reid Rothen- berg are among the juniors at Fort Worth Count...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 p22-24 5/3/05 6:59 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 5,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I Yom Hashoah 5765 Today is, officially, Yom Hashoah. Holocaust Remembrance Day Sometimes the vagaries of the Jewish calendar catch up with us. This is one of those pesky leap years. In Richardson, Congrega- tion Beth Torah held its annual 24-hour "Reading of the Names" vigil, hon- oring our martyrs, in mid -April, as usual - while the Holocaust Museum, in its new downtown Dallas location, will present its yearly tribute to survivors in mid-May. Whatever. Today is this year's official Yom H ashoah, the best time to share with you a couple of items that relate directly to that time of our history we must never forget. First: during a recent Illinois visit, I read a publication of the Chicago Jewish Federation, and from it clipped and brought home a moving personal piece by Robert Schrayer, this year's General Campaign Chair in that city. "Heart to Heart," it's...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 p22-24 5/3/05 7:00 PM Page 23 -e Spring is here: At last lets celebrate the season May 5,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Tax day has passed. The snow and ice are finally gone in most of the country (I think). Pesach is just over. It's finally time to start acting like it's really spring... and eating that way too. What's appearing in our fruit markets intrinsically compels us to hunt for ways to cook first crops and young meats in different ways. Artichokes are in season right now. Though they look exotic as dec- oration, it's a shame to let the season pass without dipping those meaty leaves in something - butter, vinai- grette, a special sauce - at least once during spring. Especially since prepa- ration is easier than many think. Fresh peas, the kind you see women removing from bloated pods in all those Americana films of good old days, are glorious. Though perfect steamed and tossed with a bit of butter and fresh mint, we search for ways to ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pY01-Y04 5/3/05 7:29 PM Page Y1 26 Nisan 5765 I I % ' J i %i ft: ^ h Ii ^ Thursday, May 5, 2005 sr.r • *■ v'I;. 1 y i ii . i 9 r'_J b ■'?* \L * ;■$' ft ill VOI JME 59 NO. 18 Youth section Youth Sect on PSiSi

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pY01-Y04 5/3/05 7:30 PM Page Y2 -e Y2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 5,2005 Fretz Recreation Center Come Play with Us Fretz Recreation Center and the City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department offer outstanding summer day camp programs for children ages 4-14. Our Discovery and Stay-n-play Camps run weekly from May 31 - Aug. 5. Children visit many metroplex attractions, lots of water activities, arts & crafts, games, sports and much more. Other camps offered at ourfacilities include Soccer, Music camps, Martial Arts, Modeling, Basketball, Volleyball, 6950 Beitiine Road, Golf Lessons, Guaranty Bank Girls Basketball League, Dallas, Texas 75254 and more. Bring yourfamily to Fretz Park Pool. Opens (se comer of Hiiicrest/Beitiine) f,y|ay 15 _ July 20. Open Tuesdays through Saturdays - 1:00-7:00 p.m. 214-670-6464. Lots of fun for everyone! Visit www.fretzpark.com • 214-670-6203 55 hours a week of programming for children to seniors! Texas Jewish J Since 1...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pY01-Y04 5/3/05 7:30 PM Page Y3 May 5,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Y3 Spirit and season The Omer: growing toward gratitude Are Americans too spoiled? Do we truly count the blessings we have? How about Jewish Ameri- cans? Are we, in particular, spoiled? I wonder if our ancestors from only 100 years ago could have ever imagined that their descendants of a couple of generations could pos- sibly be considered too spoiled. The Solomon Schechter Academy eighth grade raised this question during our two weeks in By Rabbi Paul Israel. They brought it up Steinberg themselves and how could they not, knowing that their Israeli contemporaries will stand on mil- itary borders with M16s in just four years? They saw themselves through the eyes of 14-year-old Israelis. See related story page 12 Certainly, looking at the faces of Israeli teenage soldiers is hum- bling. A Jew, however, just needs a few days immersed in learning the miraculous history of the establish- me...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pY01-Y04 5/3/05 7:31 PM Page Y4 -e Y4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 5,2005 [Maximize Your Degree \*viti~> Support, Consultation, and Action J The Degree Solutions Group is a team of specialists who can help you achieve your job objectives, career goals, educational goals, and life plan. ■nip We provide college admissions counseling, >_L job search assistance, and career coaching. ©egree SOLUTIONS GROUP 214-502-0377 • degreesolutions@comcast.net • home.comcast.net/~degreesolutions Addi aison CONFERENCE CENTRE -e- Whether you're looking for a unique indoor setting or a picturesque garden, the Addison Conference Centre offers beautiful surroundings for your Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah and wedding reception. The historic stone cottage, court- yard gardens and the 6,600 square foot Conference Centre are available for your momentous event. For a final touch, select from a variety of Addison caterers and event services. The Centre is located in the heart of ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pY05-Y08 5/3/05 7:27 PM Page Y5 -e May 5,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Y5 Maccabi Games 2005 Athlete spotlight You can check out these ath- letes and more at this summer's Maccabi Games 2005 hosted by the J. Nicole Coleman Nicole, 16, attends Hillcrest High School. She is the daughter of Julie and Ronnie Coleman and sister to Blake and Ryan. Nicole will be part of the JCC Maccabi soccer team this year. At the Houston Maccabi Games in 2003, she was on the track team. Her hobbies include guitar, track, cross-country and student council. This summer's games will give her the chance to be with her friends and play sports - two things she likes the best! Aviv Schor Aviv is a 16 year-old attending J.J. Pearce High School. Aviv is a first- time JCC Maccabi bas- ketball team member, and looks forward to playing some competitive basketball in front of family and friends. His par- ents, Ruth and Mark Schor, and brothers, Julian and Adam, will be at the Games to c...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pY05-Y08 5/3/05 7:24 PM Page Y6 -e Y6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 5,2005 Teaching for the Future Russian schools build identity where Judaism once languished By Lev Krichevsky ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, (JTA) — On a bulletin board at a Jewish school for boys in St. Petersburg, one large- print announcement catches the eye: "Registration for brit milah at the principal's office is open 24 hours," it says, inviting students to undergo cir- cumcision. A few dozen young boys wearing yarmulkes run around the school. The sign indicates the ongoing mis- sion of Jewish schools across the former Soviet Union — to bring young Jews closer to Judaism and help fill the void that communism and assimilation left in the generations of their parents and grandparents. "Most of our kids cannot get any Jewish education in their families or in the community," says Grigoriy Lipman, the principal of Moscow Jewish Day School No. 1311. "We may try to educate their par- ents, but ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

TJP V59-18 05-05-05 pY05-Y08 5/3/05 7:23 PM Page Y7 May 5,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Y7 Jewish teens learn Jewish giving, values by making philanthropic decisions By Rachel Pomerance NEW YORK (JTA) — One of the newest trends in philanthropy and youth programming puts teens in charge, allowing them to decide where their money should go. "You know how kids are always saying, like, we don't have a voice," says Lia Volat, 18, of Great Barrington, Mass. "This definitely makes me feel pow- erful." Lia is expressing a view shared by hundreds of peers who have become involved in new teen philanthropy ini- tiatives. Such programs have been sprouting across the United States, aimed at empowering Jewish youth and jump-starting their commitment to Jewish philanthropy. The initiatives first target teens around the time of their bar or bat mitzvahs. That marks both a teenager's Jewish coming of age — and, in many cases, his or her first financial windfall. Lia is one of about 20 boar...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 5 May 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p01-04 5/10/05 7:20 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, May 12,2005 3 lyar 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post sLi « «£** ^ * DJHS-NCJW program salutes Big D's pioneer Jewish women then and now 7 Governor Perry, Senator - Florence Shapiro to K speak at Shoah event Israeli textiles enhance the comfort and style of your bedroom 15 VOLUME 59 NO. 19 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 SURVEY Kids of intermarriage feel Jewish roots By Sue Fishkoff PACIFIC GROVE, Calif., (JTA) — A new survey of adult children of intermarried parents shows a high level of Jewish cultural identifica- tion and interest in Jewish studies, combined with low levels of child- hood Jewish education and religious attachment. Ninety young adults from Boston, Chicago and San Francisco, each with one non-Jewish parent, described their relationship to Judaism and the Jewish community in recent face-to-face interviews run by the Jewish Outreach Institute. Key findings from the study were slated to be presented Wednesday i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p01-04 5/10/05 7:15 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 12,2005 TRADITIONS continued from page 1 "As far as differences in politics, culture and language, on some level it's like another country," Rubin said. According to generous estimates, there are about 1,500 Jewish A&M students in a student body of some 45,000, The overwhelming majority of the Jewish students are Texas natives from Conservative, Reform and secular families. By virtue of the school's large pro- Israel Evangelical Christian community, A&M has been effec- tively untouched by the "campus wars" between the pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian factions at many American colleges. On this conserv- ative campus in this reddest of the red states, the leftist factions often the most critical of Israeli policy simply do not exist. "Most people here are very reli- gious, and they take the position God gave Israel to the Jews. God said it, we believe it, what else is there to dis- cuss?"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p01-04 5/10/05 7:15 PM Page 3 -e May 12,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Behind the Headlines For Catholic educators, march to death camps deepens lessons By Chanan Tigay WARSAW (JTA) —As an educator at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, Tim Kaiser spends a lot of time thinking about the Nazis' systematic effort to exter- minate European Jewry. As a Catholic, he spends a lot of time wondering how he would have reacted to the German geno- cide had he lived through World War II. "I'm attracted to the study of the Holocaust through the bystander and through the perpetrator," Kaiser, 39, said Friday night at a dinner in Warsaw sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League. "The question I ask myself is, 'Could that have been me?' I wonder, Am I the bystander?'" "I keep wrestling with this on a basic, fundamental level," he said. In Poland for the May 5 March of the Living, along with a delega- tion of 75 American Catholic educators who completed the B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p01-04 5/10/05 7:14 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 12,2005 Washington Watch By James D. Besser TJP Washington Correspondent AIPAC crisis management As it waits for the government's next move after last week's arrest of a Pentagon analyst suspected of leaking classified documents, the American Israel Public Affairs Com- mittee (AIPAC) is mounting a quiet but ferocious campaign to bolster support from American Jews and demonstrate that its congressional clout is undiminished. And the group, which has not been accused of wrongdoing itself, has another strategy. "It can be summed up in two words: Who's Steve?" said a former AIPAC employee, referring to Steve Rosen, the former AIPAC policy director who was fired two weeks ago. "We don't know if anybody from AIPAC, current or former, will be charged with anything, but the effort to distance the group from the two people it fired is in high gear." The immediate goal of the AIPAC PR push: to turn its...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p05-08 5/10/05 6:56 PM Page 5 -e May 12,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Fresh focus The four yoms of spring The week after Pesach, we usually spend the days after Chag Hamatzot recovering from the holiday and eating as much bread as we can. Well, of course, I don't know about every one of you, but I sure do. My spring break came to an end last week, and I know that I share the sentiment with many that, as we attempt to get back into the swing, things become rather hectic. Many people think that Jewish holidays are over for more than a month. But by glancing at a calendar it should become evident rapidly, though, that many more chagim (holidays) are in fact approaching. Some people do not celebrate these holidays, so, as I try to make a concerted effort to learn more about these approaching milestones, Yom HaShoah, Yom HaZikaron, Yom HaAtzmaut, and Yom Yerushalayim, I've decided to share what I learned with you, as I hope you will make it your goal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p05-08 5/10/05 6:57 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 12,2005 Dallas Doings Akiba increases number of Annual Fund donors Akiba Academy's ''Leading Lights" Annual Fund Campaign raised $237,877 with a 25 percent increase in the number of donors. With an initial goal of $225,000 those involved with the school are thrilled with the support of the community "Ours was an ambitious goal, but nevertheless we knew it was attain- able," said Gabriela Aronowitz, who co-chaired the Annual Fund with her husband Ray and Kathy and Phil Miller. "We knew that we could count on the support of our parents, faculty and other supporters because they are committed to the education of our children - our future leaders. We could count on them all because those conn ected to Akiba Academy und erstand the vital r i Akiba Academy of Dallas' "Leading Lights" Annual Fund co-chairs Phil and Kathy Miller and Dr. Ray and Gabriela Aronowitz. role the school has played, and con-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p05-08 5/10/05 7:05 PM Page 7 -e May 12,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Saluting Big D's pioneer Jewish women then and now By Melissa Maroff DALLAS—Jewish women have fig- ured prominently in the history of Dallas and continue to shape the city A diverse group of some of the most influential and respected was honored last week in the JCC's Zale Auditorium. "Our World: Our Women - Big Doers in Big D," pre- sented by Dallas Jewish Historical Society and NCJW Greater Dallas Section as part of the Pollman Lec- ture Series, featured a panel of prominent community members: Dolores Barzune, Syl Benenson, Adlene Harrison and Jaynie Schultz, along with moderator Dr. Miriam Kalman Harris, author and noted English professor at Tarrant County College. The women addressed the audience against a slide-show back- drop featuring photos and accomplishments of 49 of the area's most notable Jewish women (including the panelists) from the turn of the century to the present. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 12 May 2005

TJP V59-19 05-12-05 p05-08 5/10/05 6:58 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year May 12,2005 Perry, Shapiro, survivors to lead Shoah remembrance Downtown procession, speeches to mark Sunday's 'Liberation: 60 Years After' DALLAS - Survivors will lead a pro- cession through the heart of downtown Dallas, and Texas Gov- ernor Rick Perry and State Senator Florence Shapiro - whose fathers fought Nazis in World War II - will deliver speeches at this Sundays Yom HaShoah Holocaust Remembrance. The public is invited to help com- memorate "Liberation: 60 Years After" at the 7 p.m. event in Thanks-Giving Square, 1627PacificAve.atErvayand Bryan streets. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held in the Dallas Museum of Art's Horchow Auditorium, 1717 North Harwood St. A 10-block "Procession of Toler- ance" will start at 5:45 p.m. at the Dallas Holocaust Museum, 211 North Record at Elm Street. Marchers will wind past the Kennedy Memorial en route to ThanksGiving Square. Marchers will...

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