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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl2-13 6/21/05 1:39 PM Page 13 -e June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Solomon Schechter Academy 2005 graduating class On May 26, Solomon Schechter Academy graduated 32 students in the Class of 2005, in a ceremony filled with distinction, ritual and tradition. This was the last class to graduate as Schechter students. In the future, students will be graduating from the Ann & Nate Levine Academy. Mark Kreditor, father of graduate Laura Kreditor, and alumna Sara Kreditor '02 deliv- Esquenazi, Yavneh Academy; Sara Greenberg, Yavneh Academy; Eliana Gershon, Yavneh Academy; Jacob Goodman, Greenhill School; Jordan Harmon, Shepton High School; Brit- tney Herson, Yavneh Academy; Scott Judson, Greenhill School; Corey Kleinman, Yavneh Academy; Laura Kreditor, Booker T. Wash- ington School for Performing and Visual Arts; Claudia Lampert, The Hockaday School; 11 The Solomon Schechter Class of 2005 ered the keynote address followed by, as has been the tradit...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl4-16 6/21/05 1:52 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Calendar Sunday, June 26 Author Bryan Rigg to Address JWV Post 256 9:30 a.m. The monthly meeting will feature a return appearance by the author, who will speak on "How One of Hitler's Sol- diers Saved the Life of a Lubavitcher Rebbe." Bagels and lox will be served. Aaron Family JCC 7900 Northaven Rd., Dallas Beth Torah Prospective Member Bagel Rush 10 a.m. Find out what's planned for the coming year. Meet some people, have some bagels and tour the facility. For more information, contact (972)234-1542. Congregation Beth Torah 720 W. Lookout Dr., Richardson Ahavath Sholom screens 'House of the Generals' 2p.m. Ahavath Sholom's Men's Club, as part of their inaugural "Afternoon at the Movies" program, presents Dan Spigel's epic, based on the story of his parents Eliza- beth and Sam Spigel, Holocaust survivors who settled in Fort Worth. The film was shot almost entirely on location in ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl4-16 6/21/05 1:40 PM Page 15 -e June 23,2005 SlMCHAS In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 Engagement Bar Mitzvah -Q- Michelle Dryjansky and Aaron Davidson Lucy and Ruben Dryjansky of Mexico City announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Michelle, to Aaron Davidson, son of Dr. Jaime and Ana Davidson of Dallas. The future bride received her law degree from Iberoamericana Uni- versity in Mexico City and her LLM from the University of Miami. The groom to be, who is associated with Traffic Sports USA, received his undergraduate degree from Emory University and his law degree from Southern Methodist University The couple, who currently reside in Miami, will wed on July 2,2005 in Mexico City. WEDDING & PARTY RENTALS Everything you need for all your Simchas... Linens Chair Covers Fine China Glassware Table/Chairs Cake Stands Arches/Gazebos Tents/Chuppahs Candelabrum United Party Rental Center United Rent-All/Margaritas R-Us 3749 N. Josey Lane, Carrollto...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl4-16 6/21/05 1:41 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Torah Portion Parshat Shlach Lecha: Numbers 13:1-15:4 EFRAT, Israel - The most severe sin of the Bible was the sin of the scouts, the delegation of 12 Princes of the tribes of Israel who returned with a disastrous majority report denying the conquest of Israel and resulting in the death of the desert genera- tion. What is most difficult to understand, however, is that the sug- gestion to establish such an ill-fated reconnaissance team came directly from the Almighty Himself at the very outset of this week's Torah reading: "And the Lord spoke to Moses saying,'... send for yourselves men who will seek out (Heb. vay- aturu) the Land of Canaan which I am giving to the children of Israel each one representing a tribe of their fathers shall you send, each one a Prince from among them'." (Num- bers 13:1,2) How can G-d have suggested such a delegation destined for disaster?! Rav Elchanan...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl7-19 6/21/05 1:45 PM Page 17 -e June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Synagogue Services Texas Jewish Post 17 Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday, June 24,8:21 p.m. Friday, July 1,8:21 p.m. CONGREGATION ACHDUT ISRAEL (Non-Denominational) 5747 Charlestown Dr., Dallas (972)661-8577 Rabbi Binyamin E.Terenyo Ofer Abramov, President FRIDAY: Shabbat Mincha-8 p.m. SATURDAY: Shacharit-10 a.m. DAILY: Private Torah class, call Rabbi Terenyo, (972) 877-4881 to schedule ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence 1'kvvy, Ste. A, Piano (972)491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr Lawrence S. Goldman, President FRIDAY: Erev Shabbat Service-7:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Torah Study-10 a.m. CONGREGATION ANSHAI TORAH (Conservative) 5501W. Parker Rd., Piano (972) 473-7718 Rabbi Stefan Weinberg Cindy Moskowitz, President FRIDAY: Evening Service-6:30 p.m. SATURDAY: Morning Service-9:30 a.m. MORNING SERVICES: M & Til- 6:45 a.m. Sun.-9:15a.m. Nat'l. Holidays-8:30 a.m. EVENING SERVICES: T &W-6:15 p...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl7-19 6/21/05 1:46 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Healthy Body Mind and Soul Overseas meds fill the Rx for seniors Jordana Jacobs Philadelphia Jewish Exponent PHILADELPHIA—With no drug coverage as part of her Medicare insurance, Harriet Kay was happy to learn that she could save money by purchasing her and her husband's medications from pharmacies abroad. She was even happier to find that some of these pharmacies were based in Israel. "If I'm getting the drugs, I might as well support Israel at the same time," said Kay, a resident of Wynd- moor. "Let them get the money." The 74-year-old, who says that at first, she was "very leery" about filling her prescriptions from a pharmacy she'd never visited — much less seen — is one of a growing number of people who obtain prescription drugs from online international pharmacies, where prices could be as much as 50 percent less than buying them inside the United States. As if that weren't...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 pl7-19 6/21/05 1:46 PM Page 19 -e June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 WOW - Women on weights! By Jon Mize If you had walked into any health club, fitness center or weight room 20 years ago, you would have found that 90 percent of the patrons lifting weights were men. Any woman that was regularly engaged in any resistance activity was an athlete, an aerobics instructor or doing some sort of rehabilitation work. However, as we entered the '90s and personal training became main- stream, women caught on to what men had known for years - weight training not only made you look good, it made for a healthy body as well. The benefits of resistance training were seen as strictly cos- metic for a long, long time. We saw women body builders and professional athletes, who spent hours in the gym perfecting each body part, consumed with what their muscles should look like and By Jon Mize how they should perform. How- ever, most of these women looked too much like...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p20-24 6/21/05 2:12 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Around the Town with Rene Magees host Van Cliburn contestant The Magee and Altman families recently spent several delightful hours with a Van Cliburn contestant in the home of her Fort Worth host family. Marina Kolomiytseva had previously garnered the Gold Medal in Sydney Australia. It was a great privilege for Lauren, 2 1/2, daughter of Leslie and Alan Magee and granddaughter of Brigitte and the late Ric Altman and Roy and Nona Magee, to get her first music lesson on a magnificent Steinway grand by such a brilliant pianist. It was a memorable collaboration! Melton School to start day sessions The Florence Melton Adult Mini School of Fort Worth is in the process of recruiting students for a daytime ver- sion of the very successful nighttime class. This daytime class would have the same structure, two one-hour classes with a 15-minute break, and would last for 30 weeks. The class is ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p20-24 6/21/05 2:00 PM Page 21 June 23,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 AIPAC continued from page 1 public arrest of Rosen, sources say, a signal of the tough posture it plans to take on the case. Such hardball tactics—which included two public raids of AIPAC offices — have prompted new criticism and ques- tions from Jewish leaders. Some fear that the case will inhibit the functioning of Jewish organizations and others that deal with the executive branch. "Not just Jewish organizations, but lobbyists in general," said Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League. "Lawyers will be telling their clients, 'Let's look at practices.'" The revelation of the e-mail to Kohr raises questions about the intentions of Rosen and Weissman in obtaining and sharing the allegedly classified information. The FBI knows about the e-mail, sources told JTA, and its existence appar- ently was the subject of much scrutiny by a grand jury convened in January ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p20-24 6/21/05 2:04 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 23,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I Mergers can keep faith alive Seven years ago this month, nostalgia drew me back to Chicago's south sub- urbs for a ceremony of merger between two once-thriving congregations. From the mid-60s to the early '80s, I had been active in both of them. In those days, this Chicagoland outpost was vibrant and growing. Then new suburbs sprang up in the farmland to the west, drawing young families who might once have settled here. Beth Sholom, established in 1954 as the first Jewish presence in the planned "organization man" community of Park Forest, was growing old along with its congregants. A few short miles away, another newer temple was having similar demographic problems. Its neighborhood was seeing less Jewish move-ins, and Jewish fami- lies with young children were moving out. The two congregations had com- bined their religious schools well before the firs...

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

TJP V59-25 06-23-05 p20-24 6/21/05 2:02 PM Page 23 Cold soup - a good thing for a change June 23,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 With average Dallas temperatures in the mid-nineties in June and July, we force our- selves to slow down and cool down any way possible. Though the official start of summer is more than a week away calendar-wise, we're already talking about the heat. This brings me to soups that refresh rather than weigh us down. Last year we pre- sented bowlfuls of wonderful chilled concoctions. This year we serve up some cool new recipes. Cold soup is the only food that's only eaten in summer. While salads always have a space on our menus, cold soups move to the back burner, so to speak, during the not-so-swel- tering weather. It used to be that cold soup had two audiences. Ladies who lunch were served cool cucumber purees dotted with dill or mint at bridal showers. Those who wanted Latin fla- vors were served Gazpacho almost exclusively. In the past, ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 23 June 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 30 June 2005

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p01-04 6/28/05 6:14 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, June 30,2005 23 Sivan 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post V In destroyed Thai village, Israeli gives back to a country he loves 2 And the winner is... . _ Earl Givant, B'nai B'rith 1 J Person of the Year Stem-cell researchers . in Israel warily eye j II debate in Washington VOLUME 59 NO. 26 texasjewishpost.com NEWS ANALYSIS United States rethinks Egypt ties Aid proposals put Egypt on notice that U.S. is rethinking relationship By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) — Egypt's role in smoothing Israel's upcoming pullout from the Gaza Strip is helping to protect it, for now, from a tectonic shift in how the United States treats dictatorships. Longstanding efforts in Congress to call Egypt to account for its failure to cultivate a free, democ- ratic society are bearing fruit, though they fall far short of the sweeping changes some have sought. Sponsors say the restraint is due to Egypt's active role in Israeli- Palestinian peace ef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 30 June 2005

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p01-04 6/28/05 5:31 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 30,2005 Behind the Headlines In destroyed hai village, Israeli gives back to a country he loves By Guy Sharett MEUANG MAI, Thailand, (JTA) — Meuang Mai, a small fishing village on the island of Kho Khao in southern Thailand, is a lucky village. Its 16 houses and all of its fishing boats were obliterated in the Dec. 26 tsunami that devas- tated Southeast Asia, but no one from the village was killed, and no one was even hurt: Fishermen saw the wave coming and ran with their families to the hills. Six months after the disaster, however, those "lucky" ones still live the trauma every day and miss their old village. The government built them temporary homes and Switzerland donated new fishing boats, but Meuang Mai is a sad place. "It's amazing how much money the world has given, yet the vil- lagers hardly see any of it," says Israeli Yariv (Robbie) Rozen, 31, who has been a volunteer here since t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 30 June 2005

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p01-04 6/28/05 5:32 PM Page 3 -e June 30,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Focus on Issues As Conservatives plan future, choice of successor to Schorsch is critical By Chanan Tigay NEW YORK (JTA) — It has become axiomatic in certain circles to say that the Conservative Movement is at a crossroads as it considers its future. With the announcement last week of the upcoming retirement of Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, longtime chancellor of the movement's flagship Jewish Theological Seminary, elements of that future are now slightly less clear, and may hinge in large part on who is selected to succeed Schorsch. "I think it's a turning point," said Rabbi Neil Cooper, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El in sub- urban Philadelphia. "I think that when the chancellor took over 20 years ago, the challenges facing the seminary and the movement were very different." Roundly praised for bolstering what he calls "serious Jewish educa- tion" among Conservative Jews, Sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 30 June 2005

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p01-04 6/28/05 5:33 PM Page 4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 30,2005 Washington Watch Split decision on Ten Commandments Jewish groups generally wel- comed Monday's split Supreme Court decisions on two cases involving public displays of the Ten Commandments, although none got exactly what they wanted from a narrowly divided Court. The Justices ruled by a 5-4 margin that displays of framed Ten Commandments prints in Kentucky courthouses are a breach of church-state law because they do not have a secular purpose. But by the same margin, the justices said that a large Ten Commandments mon- ument on the grounds of the Texas state capitol is legal. The reason: the Texas mon- ument is part of a broader display d epicting Texas history. "It's interesting that they are looking at MOTIVATION" behind the growing number of Ten Command- ments displays, said Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti- Defamation League, a group that praised the Kentucky decision b...

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

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p05-08 6/28/05 5:41 PM Page 5 -e June 30,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Where have all the flags gone? How are you planning to celebrate July 4th? Waking up early to catch the Inde- pendence Day Sale at your favorite department store? Having a bar- beque? Maybe going to see the fireworks at the beach? Or just set- tling for the guy on your block—you know the one—who spends the equivalent of your mortgage pay- ment on fireworks {and beer) to put on his own neighborhood pyrotechnics show in the mi ddle of the street? Is that any way to cele- brate the independence and freedom that we all-too- often take for granted? Anyone who has been in Israel for Yom HaAtzmaut knows what it means to celebrate a nation's independence. The feeling of exu- berance in the streets is contagious, amid the music, dancing, silly string, and the incessant squeaks of revelers bonking each other on the heads with soft plastic hammers. The fireworks in the sky merely punctu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 30 June 2005

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p05-08 6/28/05 5:35 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 30,2005 Dallas Doings Mazel tov Aarona Guests came from Seattle, Houston, El Paso and Fort Worth to celebrate the 100th birthday of Aarona Davis Cohen Berger on her special June 12 weekend celebration. Dinner on Saturday night for the out-of-town family Was held at the home of niece and nephew, Hanki and Lane Harris. A family lunch was held on Sunday at the Hyatt Classic Residence before the chocoholic birthday reception, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. for 200 guests. Some wore hats in honor of the Hat Maven of Com- merce Street since Aarona owned and operated Berger Millinery Company with her husband, Sam, for over 30 years. The residents at the Classic are still talking about the great party honoring Aarona. Enter- tainment was provided by the Judy Scott duo and Simcha Kosher Aarona Davis Cohen Berger recently celebrated her 100th birthday Catering's Chocolate Fountain was the hit of the party with C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 30 June 2005

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p05-08 6/28/05 6:32 PM Page 7 -e June 30,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post FELD continued from page 1 Feld told the TJP. "I traded in the camera for the computer, because it's hard to travel with both," she quipped. She said her parents never put pressure on her to join the business. "They wanted me to try other jobs and to be successful and happy at whatever I do." Feld recalls, "I began to experi- ence my separation from the circus almost as a physical ache. It's an intense culture...I was born into that. It was bred into my bones." Growing up outside of Wash- ington, D.C., she and her two younger sisters would spend every winter break in Florida where the circus rehearsed, including bringing a menorah and gifts to celebrate Chanukah. Raised in a reform lewish back- ground, Feld, who currently resides in Manhattan, still returns home to attend services in D.C. where her mother Bonnie is active in the local lewish community. She observed that the majority ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 30 June 2005

TJP V59-26 06-30-05 p05-08 6/28/05 5:36 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year June 30,2005 Summer fire prevention safety tips Heading into holiday weekend, take extra care A public service message from Jewish National Fund According to the United States Forest Service, over 190 mil- lion acres of federal forests and rangelands in the United States, an area twice the size of California, face high risk of catastrophic fire this summer. Years of natural fuels buildup, coupled with drought con- ditions, insect infestation and disease make forests and rangelands in many areas throughout the country vulnerable to intense and environ- mentally destructive fires. Many ponderosa pine forests are 15 times denser than they were a century ago. Where 25 to 35 trees once grew on each acre of forest, now more than 500 trees are crowded together in unhealthy conditions. In 2000, the United States suffered its worst wildland fires in 50 years. The 2002 fire season—among the worst in the past ...

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