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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

TJP V59-22 06-02-05 pl7-20 5/31/05 7:12 PM Page 17 -e June 2,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 17 PRESENT continued from page 1 Israel's planned withdrawal from the Gaza Strip this summer will propel the peace process forward — and grant Bush the foreign policy success he longs for in his second term. "To help ensure that the Gaza disengagement is a success, the United States will provide to the Palestinian Authority $50 million to be used for new housing and infrastructure projects" in the Gaza Strip, Bush said. "These funds will be used to improve the quality of life of the Palestinians living in Gaza, where poverty and unem- ployment are very high." The amount was a surprise. Administration officials had said until about 10 minutes before the news conference that it was not clear if Bush had settled on a sum. AIPAC declined to comment on the announcement, but was likely to take some consolation in the fact that Bush didn't issue a blank check, and said the money would be sp...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

TJP V59-22 06-02-05 pl7-20 5/31/05 7:13 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 2,2005 Columnists Shalom from the Shabbat Lady Strong faith grows from deep roots Dear Parents and Children, As the school year comes to a close, we look back on how we have grown. With our little ones, it is easy to see the phys- ical changes and even the intellectual and emo- tional growth can be observed. How do we "teach" our children to have faith and how can we measure spiritual growth? Talk with your children about wonder and, most importantly, talk about G-d. The ease with which young children talk will strengthen your own faith. ening their roots and are growing strong. A story is told of a young stu- dent who questions Rabbi Akiba about the nature of faith. The rabbi brought the student over to a sprout in the ground and said, "Pull it up." The student does so with little effort. They walk on to a sapling and again Akiba says, "Pull it up." This took more effort but was done. A...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

TJP V59-22 06-02-05 pl7-20 5/31/05 7:13 PM Page 19 -e June 2,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Yom Yerushalayim; a reason to celebrate Beef, Lamb or Chicken Kebabs One spring, a battle of great signifi- cance for the Jewish people took place in the holy city of Jerusalem. It was a time that was to be remembered with a special holiday If this sounds like many other Jewish commemorations, you're right. But this battle took place less than 40 years ago. This was the famous 1967 Six Day War in which the Old City of Jerusalem was reclaimed, reuniting the ancient city. The day set aside to honor this event is Yom Yerushalayim, which begins on Sunday, the evening of June 5 this year (the actual holiday is June 6). It is one of the several holidays during this season that specifically has to do with modern events. As implied a few weeks ago, it's only fitting that, during this time, we eat foods that remind of us of Israel. For me, that means Israeli street food and delica-...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

TJP V59-22 06-02-05 Y01-Y04 5/31/05 3:02 PM Page Y1 Thursday, June 2,2005 24 lyyar 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 ^ A-" ^ VOLUMI 3 NO. 22 Youth section : ctmties

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

TJP V59-22 06-02-05 pY01-Y04 5/31/05 7:04 PM Page Y2 -e Y2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 2,2005 Spirit and season Shavuotand the summer slump Summer break represents the slow destruction of the Jewish people. Did I get your — attention? Too harsh? Maybe, but before you make up your mind, let me try to explain. Fact: Over one-half of the Jews in America are marrying non-Jews. Fact: Over 90 percent of the Jews that marry non- Jews do not raise their children as Jews. I'm no mathematician, but I can see that these numbers add up to a By Rabbi Paul Steinberg negative. That is, the Jewish people are dying out in the world; we are becoming endangered. Why is this happening? Many Jews don't care about their Judaism - and that is what is being taught to their children. They don't take an active role in Jewish life, learn about what's going on in the community, or com- municate their needs. Just take a look at what happens during the summer. See it from my perspec- tive, as a Jewis...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

TJP V59-22 06-02-05 pY01-Y04 6/1/05 8:02 AM Page Y3 -e June 2,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Y3 Craft projects for kids If your children are complaining, "I'm so bored," it might be time to head to the craft store for some imag- ination enhancing art supplies. "Summer is the perfect time for kids to stretch their creative muscles and have lots of fun doing it," says Laura Byrne, director of marketing at Michaels Arts and Crafts Stores. "The days are long, school's out and they are free from the pressures of homework and other school activi- ties." There are countless ways to spark the imagination using things you probably already have around the house, but if you need a jump- start, a visit to your local arts and crafts store will get the ideas flowing. "One of the most popular art mate- rials right now is craft foam," she adds. "It's incredibly versatile, comes in a wide range of vibrant colors, and easy to work with for all ages." Craft foam is available in sheets, some w...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 2 June 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p01-04 6/7/05 6:21 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, June 9,2005 2 Sivan 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post m Shavuot 5765: Shavuot in the foxholes and local observances 2 Preparing yourself to j purchase a home— steps for homebuyers Broadway's smash hit . _ 'The Producers'rolls I h into Fair Park VOLUME 59 NO. 23 texasjewishpost.com NEWS ANALYSIS Ya' alon's parting shot In parting interview, army chief leaves imprint on Israeli agenda By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — It's not every day that Israel's No. 1 soldier expresses doubts about the country's long-term survival. But that was part of a bleak message from Lt. Gen. Moshe Ya'alon, as he stepped down as the Israeli army's chief of staff, that has shaken the country's political establishment. In a wide-reaching, early June interview in Ha'aretz, Ya'alon pulled no punches as he put key existential issues on the table, questioned the wisdom of Israel's planned with- drawal from the Gaza Strip and northern West Bank, debu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p01-04 6/7/05 6:22 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 9,2005 Shavuot 5765 Jewish soldiers in Uncle Sam s army receive holiday treats: a Bible and food By Tzvi Kahn NEW YORK (JTA) — U.S. Jewish soldiers are receiving two items that no Jew celebrating Shavuot can do without: a Bible and a cheesecake. The Jewish Chaplains Council is teaming up with the Jewish Publi- cation Society to send 2,750 copies of the Book of Psalms and the Bible to Jewish soldiers serving in the Middle East and other countries. "The traditional thing to do on Shavuot is to study," says Miriam Rinn, the council's communica- tions manager. Meanwhile, the Aleph Institute, a Florida-based organization that seeks to facilitate Jewish obser- vance in the military, intends to bring a taste of the Jewish home to U.S. service personnel by sending out more than 1,000 portions of cheesecake for Shavuot. Jews tradi- tionally eat dairy for the holiday, which begins the night of June 12....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p01-04 6/7/05 5:52 PM Page 3 -e June 9,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Shavuot may not be Passover, but it's become a little bit hip By Sue Fishkoff PACIFIC GROVE, Calif., (JTA) — Shavuot, which begins lune 12, may be one of ludaism's three major fes- tivals, but it's never caught on in America like its more popular cousins, Passover and Sukkot. Orthodox lews have kept the tra- dition of Tikkun Leil Shavuot, the all-night study session that marks the commemoration of God's giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai. Many Conservative congregations also have Shavuot study sessions. But for most unaffiliated and many non-Orthodox Jews, the tra- dition of study associated with the holiday has gone fairly unnoticed. That appears to be changing. During the past few years, there's been a resurgence of interest in Tikkun Leil Shavuot. Of all the hol- idays in the Jewish calendar it's this one, with its focus on intellectual exploration and spiritual self-exam- ination, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p01-04 6/7/05 6:22 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 9,2005 Washington Watch Alarm spreading about U.S. shift on Hamas Pro-Israel leaders reacted with restrained alarm to this week's mixed U.S. signals on Hamas—the terrorist group that is poised to make big gains in the now-delayed Palestinian elections. David Harris, executive director of the American Jewish Committee, said "There's a rethinking of some basic assumptions" taking place in Wash- ington. "It's an ominous development." Other Jewish leaders say the flurry of signals repre- sents trial balloons intended to help the administration gauge just how much it can change U.S. policy toward the terror group without risking a big political backlash at home. Over the weekend , senior admin- istration officials, briefing reporters on background, suggested that the administration might consider talking to the "political affiliates" of the terrorist group, and said more substantive contacts could...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p05-08 6/7/05 6:39 PM Page 5 -e June 9,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Self-hating Jewish Democrats One of my many friends who voted for a Republican for the first time in 2004 calls himself a self-hating Democrat. This is a good description of Jews who were uncomfortable voting for Bush, and can't bring themselves to become Republicans, but feel the Democratic Party no longer represents them. Many of these Jews fall into the category of what we used to call "Scoop" Jackson Democrats (SJDs). Named for the former senator from Washington, Henry "Scoop" Jackson, these fiercely pro-Israel Democ- rats believe in an aggressive foreign policy and a liberal social agenda. This constituency is seriously concerned about the Democratic Party's lack of a coherent vision for America's role in the world. Though most were supportive of Bill Clinton, in part because of the extremism then on the Republican side, as well as the president's staunch support for Israe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p05-08 6/7/05 7:05 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 9,2005 Dallas Doings Mazel tov Melton On Monday evening, May 16, Melton students, graduates, faculty, friends and family celebrated the learning accomplishments of the Flo- rence Melton graduating class of 2005-5765 and the 10-year anniversary of Melton in Dallas. Congratulations to graduates Gillian Baron, Rita Sue Gold, Stephanie Prescott, Janet Baum, Amber Kaprielian, Devora Rubin, Eliz- abeth Bendalin, Irene Kogutt, Rena Silverberg, Mary Lee Broder, Beverly Lande, Renee Stanley, Candy Brown, m Jr ■ m * *£j Shown here of the Melton School are back row: Rachell Weiss Crane, Devora Rubin, Rena Silverberg, Lillian Pinkus, Susan Ehrlich; third row: Amber Kaprielian, Rita Sue Gold, Shirley Levinson, Marilyn Pailet, Laura Seymour (instructor); second row Renee Stanley, Hannah Galerstein, Ivonne Dickter, Candy Brown, Mary Lee Broder, Janet Baum, Gillian Baron, Dia Epstein, Irene Kogutt, Jaynie Sc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p05-08 6/7/05 7:06 PM Page 7 -e June 9,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post i Some of the twenty-three college students who received scholarships at the Dallas Jewish Community Foundations annual reception on May 24. (son of Linda and Irwin Kaufman), The Martin Samuelsohn Scholar- ship Fund; Chava Ruderman ■: daughter of Chana and Richard Ruderman), The Fannie Schaenen Scholarship Fund; Leran Mine (son of Bracha Mine), and Yael Zbolon (daughter of Tikva and Joseph Zbolon), The Mickey and Ruth Schimmel Memorial Scholarship Fund; Julieta Grinffiel ( daughter of Ariela and David Grinffiel), The Celia Roosth Schoenbrun Scholar- ship Fund; Ilya Kuperman (son of Michael and Valentina Kuperman), The Edith and Herbert Stehberg Grant Fund; and Brian Kwesiga (son of Patience and Enos Odede), The UBS Corporate Endowment Schol- arship Fund. The Dallas Jewish Community Foundation is the largest Jewish provider of scholarships in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The Schol- arshi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p05-08 6/7/05 6:18 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 9,2005 JCRS: helping ewish families in Dallas/Fort Worth for 150 years By Gail Chalew Special to the TJP The problem facing many families today, even those that seem to be doing well, is a matter of simple arithmetic. Texas Jewish J Sinctl947 Post Pick up your copy at these locations: Dallas Locations: i@iAlbeitsoi\s 7007 Arapaho Rd., Dallas 1341 W. Campbell Rd., Richardson % 7522 Campbell Rd. #108, Dallas Cafe Fino Express at the } 7900 Northaven Rd., Dallas PEL! NEWS 17062 Preston Rd., Dallas 12817 Preston Rd., Dallas Dreidels Books & Gifts 1465 W. Campbell Rd., Dallas The Gift Shop at Solomon Schechter 18011 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas Judaic Treasures at Temple Emanu El 8500 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas A- 6911 Frankford Rd., Dallas 6959 Arapaho Rd., #114, Dallas 6106 Luther Lane, Dallas Sunset Bakery 1820,Coit Road @ Park Blvd., §107, Piano Next to Chabad Piano 522 Preston Royal Center, Dallas 11920...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p09-ll 6/7/05 6:19 PM Page 9 June 9,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post family's life, there is no one typical case. Free of the bureaucracy that plagues public social welfare agencies, JCRS with its small but nimble staff can respond to new and changing needs very quickly Its caseload is a barometer of the strength of the Jewish family, which unfortunately is not immune to envi- ronmental pressures. Camp Young Judaea-Texas For about the past decade or so, about half of the current aid recipi- ents have come from single-parent families who needed financial help for camp or college. What have changed in recent years are the new client groups being served by JCRS. Ned Goldberg, JCRS's executive director, explains, "We are helping an increasing number of grandparents who find themselves spending their golden years raising another set of children. We are aiding families with a parent in prison. Families with autistic or disabled children who need specialized and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p09-ll 6/7/05 6:23 PM Page 10 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 9,2005 Real Estate Here's how to prepare yourself to purchase a home By Deirdre O'Shea Copley News Serv ice Although every real estate trans- action is unique, purchasing any home involves a series of actions — some mandatory some optional — that are the norm. For example, 90 percent of homes are paid for with credit versus cash, meaning most of us will obtain a mortgage. Here are the steps most home buyers must typically take on their way to becoming homeowners. Get your finances in order It's risky to decide what you can spend every month on mortgage pay- ments without considering your financial picture as a whole. Visit a SERVING THE DALLAS JEWISH COMMUNITY with Pride & Dedication VIRGINIA COOK R E ALTO R BLAKE ELTIS 972.733.9740 b e ltis@v1 rgin iacook.com www.virginiacook.com isi Proudly serving the Dallas Jewish community! . . &IveiUi Hammc iejr XIATE REALTOR* SALES ASSOCIA! Pe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 p09-ll 6/7/05 6:24 PM Page 11 June 9,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Get ready for open house with a thorough cleaning By Deirdre O'Shea Copley News Service To get the best return on the sale of a home, the owner must be sure it is displayed as well as pos- sible. The least expensive way to give a house some "bling" before putting it on the market is a thor- ough, top-to-bottom cleaning. At each open house, potential buyers will try to envision them- selves living in the home — from cooking in the kitchen to reading by a window to relaxing in a bathtub. The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA) has found that a home's cleanliness will have a measurable influence on the first impressions of these buyers. When asked in a SDA survey, "What makes the biggest impact when walking into a home for the first time?" Fifty one percent of respondents ranked cleanliness above all other factors. "It's a competitive market- place," said Brian Sansoni, vice president o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 9 June 2005

TJP V59-23 06-09-05 pl2-13 6/7/05 6:36 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 9,2005 SPLASH continued from page 1 The complex was named for the nearby hospital that donated $1 million to the health and fitness complex project through the Cap- ital Campaign. Since 1999, the Capital Campaign has collected donations to build new facilities and improve existing facilities at the JCC and nine other Greater Dallas Jewish community agencies. Well over 1,000 donors have pro- vided the agencies with $46.3 million through the campaign. Medical City's contribution to the Capital Campaign is the largest dedicated gift for the JCC fitness complex. Medical City also joined in a five-year partnership in which patients in the hospital's heart rehabilitation program, under pre- scribed care, will use the fitness facilities at the JCC. The hospital has an ongoing affiliation with the JCC through its "Choices for a Healthy Life" part- nership that features monthly health-related prog...

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