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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 July 2005

TJP V59-28 07-14-05 p20-24 7/12/05 5:23 PM Page 21 July 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 SHALOM BAYIT continued from page 19 Report the sexual assault to law mforcement. Sexual assault of a child is a felony. This is a serious crime. Studies show that most perpetrators of sexual assault of a child repeatedly commit this crime. Reporting the crime begins the crim- inal justice process that may lead to the conviction and imprisonment of the perpetrator. Seek counseling. Counseling for your child is imperative. While children are resilient, a sexual assault is a violent act that children are not equipped to handle on their own. They need a safe place to express their feelings. Through meeting with a counselor who has expertise in working with children who are victims of violent crime, children acquire the skills they need to heal. With counseling at the time of the outcry of the sexual assault, children are less likely to experience substance abuse, inti- macy issues, or f...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 July 2005

TJP V59-28 07-14-05 p20-24 7/12/05 5:03 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 14,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I Random act of unkindness robs community of a woman of valor A few years back, there was a Random Acts of Kindness craze. For a while, some people were startled to find, when they went to settle up with a restaurant cashier, that their bill had already been paid by some previous, anonymous diner. But after a while, Random Acts of Kindness seemed to fall back into the background of life. This left what has always been there: Random Acts of Unkindness. It was one of these that so recently took the life of Sara Linebaugh. As of this writing, the police were still putting things together, but it's sus- pected that she was caught in the crossfire of a couple of punks who were shooting at each other. A classic case of wrong place, wrong time. A classic random act of the most unkind type. I wasn't lucky enough to know Sara Linebaugh in her lifetime. But I've kno...

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

TJP V59-28 07-14-05 p20-24 7/12/05 5:03 PM Page 23 -e July 14,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Recipes Showcase avorites from the Lone Star State By Ethel Hoffman What do local chefs do when 1,100 international culinary celebrities meet in your hometown? If they're in Big D, these chefs pull out all the stops to impress. And impress they did. Attendees at the 27th Annual Conference of the Interna- tional Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) last month were tempted with a daz- zling showcase of the chef's signature dishes. The venue? A glamorous opening reception at Neiman Marcus' flagship store. The state's distinctive cuisine was accom- panied by fine wines — a mind-blowing culinary experience that continued throughout the conference. At the down- town Wyndham hotel, educational sessions ranged from global cuisine to indigenous foods, with time out, of course, for coffee, tea and delectable tidbits from sponsors. At the final gala, "Denim to Diamonds," members in ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 14 July 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p01-04 7/19/05 4:38 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, July 21,2005 14Tammuz 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post 9 Reform leaders gather in Russia for international conference 3 Chabad of Piano dedicates new Jewish Learning Center 12 Jewish-themed comedy sweeps German film awards 19 VOLUME 59 NO. 29 texasjewishpost.com Violence threatens Gaza withdrawal By Din a Kraft and Dan Baron NEVE DEKALIM, Gaza Strip (JTA) — A pool of blood seeped over the concrete sidewalk next to a parking lot blanketed in shattered glass near where a mortar shell had exploded, injuring two men, including an American. Security officers in armored vehi- cles drove through Neve Dekalim, the largest Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip, shouting over loud- speakers to residents to stay indoors. The barrage of shells that fell Sunday on Neve Dekalim injured six people, including two children, and sent mothers with baby strollers racing for cover. The streets of the settlement of 2,500 people were left emp...

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

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p01-04 7/19/05 4:32 PM Page 2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 Behind the Headlines New olim arrive in Israel — but what to do the day after? By Chanan Tigay ASHKELON, Israel (JTA) — It was 8:45 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001, when Henry Fuerte, a systems analyst at a large U.S. insurance broker, stepped into an elevator on the 78th floor of the World Trade Center's north tower. The Brooklyn native was late for work and had caught the express to 78, where a local elevator would shuttle him and other stragglers to the 95th-floor offices of Marsh Inc. He never got there. Just as Fuerte entered the elevator, American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the building, between the 93rd and 98th floors, tearing a gaping hole in the giant skyscraper — killing everyone onboard, along with 355 of Fuerte's colleagues at Marsh, among the thousands who died that day. Seventeen floors beneath them, Fuerte recalls, the force of the impact blew up the elevator he was standing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p01-04 7/19/05 4:41 PM Page 3 -e July 21,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Across the Former Soviet Union Lack of funding seen as reason Reform Judaism's not bigger in Russia By Le\' Kriclm'sky MOSCOW (JTA) —The Reform movement's revolution in Russia hinges on money. That's the message conveyed by many local participants during a recent meeting of the worldwide Reform movement in Moscow. Some 400 Reform leaders, rabbis and educators from two dozen countries gathered in the Russian capital for the 32nd international biennial convention of the World Union for Progressive Judaism in a meeting touted as the largest gath- ering of Jewish leaders here since the 1917 Russian Revolution. Although the World Union, with 1.5 million members, represents the largest organizational body of any Jewish stream worldwide, its presence in the former Sovi et Union is still quite small compared with that of Chabad. There are just six Reform rabbis working in Ukraine, Russia and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p01-04 7/19/05 4:34 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 Washington Watch Rice to the rescue Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's emergency Mideast visit this week reflects the importance the Bush administration has attached to a plan it once scorned — Israel's impending disengagement from Gaza. But critics on both sides of the political spectrum say Rice's visit is unlikely to produce lasting results in the region as pressure builds in the final days before Israel's August pullout. Over the weekend the State Department announced Rice would cut short a swing through Africa to address recent attacks by Hamas and Islamic lihad against Israel, the continuing conflict between the terror groups and the Palestinian Authority and Israel's threat of a major operation against terrorist forces in Gaza. It will be her third trip to the region this year, and caps a week of intensive telephone diplomacy aimed at convincing Palestinian President Mahmou...

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

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p05-08 7/19/05 4:35 PM Page 5 -e July 21,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Bitter Jewish experience means community can't be silent on Darfur After 100 days, it's clear that new pope is a friend of the Jews By David Harris and Ruth Messinger NEW YORK (JTA) — Today we are proud to stand as "am echad," one people united in solidarity with the people of Darfur, victims of a gov- ernment-sponsored genocide. In an extraordinarily unified effort, the leaders of the American Jewish community fully recognize that the lessons of history have taught us to confront genocide wherever it may occur. Indifference or inaction is simply not an option. The signing of a "Call to Action on Darfur," addressed to President Bush by the leaders of major national Jewish organizations, all religious denominations and hundreds of local synagogues, federations and Jewish groups, asserts our role as a people who recognize our obligation to be a voice for those who remain unhear...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p05-08 7/19/05 4:36 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 Dallas Doings Hadassah National Convention A dedicated group of Dallas Hadassah women were among the 2,000 Hadassah members from all over the United States who gathered in Washington from Sunday, July 17 through Wednesday, July 20, for the annual national convention. The 91st annual convention brought together the two most important concepts to Hadassah members — American patriotism and love of Israel — perfectly cap- tured by this year's convention theme, "What So Proudly We Hail." Over the course of three days, a roster of government officials, academic experts and medical professionals were keynote speakers and on dis- cussion panels, empowering delegates to advocate with their national and local representatives on an array of American and Israel- based issues. "There was a certain energy in the 2,000 Hadassah members arriving in the nation s capital that always makes a Washington...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p05-08 7/19/05 5:04 PM Page 7 -e July 21,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post RASKIN continued from page 1 possibility because Rabbi Leynor's announced departure date coin- cided with the end of his own three rabbinic "apprenticeship" years. "I was soul-searching," he said. "I could either leave this city for a congregation [of Beth Torah's size] elsewhere, or stay here, where we've laid down roots and have a network of family and friends. Why plan to move?" He and Sari especially liked the prospect of keeping their chil- dren — Mia, 4, and Nessa, 2 — close to their grandparents. Thoughtful cooperation on the part of Rabbi William Gershon and the Shearith Israel Board enabled the unusual to become a reality. One of Raskin's goals now is for Beth Torah to cooperate closely with Shearith Israel and other Con- servative entities in the Dallas area. Already the area's five Conservative rabbis — Paul Steinberg of Ann and Nate Levine Academy - A Solomon Schechter Sc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p05-08 7/19/05 4:38 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 WITHDRAWAL continued from page 1 limitation to stop the strikes against Israeli communities." Israel, meanwhile, has its own internal discord to attend to. On Monday evening, nearly 15,000 members of the Israeli secu- rity forces were deployed to block a protest march on the Gaza Strip by settlement supporters. The army sealed off Gaza settle- ments to outsiders last week as a preamble to the pullout. Outraged set- tlers and hundreds of their supporters responded with demonstrations that spilled over into scuffles. Nine religious conscripts ordered to reinforce the blockade refused, prompting the military chief of staff, Lt. Gen. Dan Halutz, to disband their platoon — an unprecedented move — in an effort to head off a feared right- wing rebellion in the ranks. According to the Web site of Ma'ariv, an Israeli newspaper, the prospect of resistance by settlers has influenced Israel's withd...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p09-ll 7/19/05 6:18 PM Page 9 July 21,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post REFORM continued from page 3 Gonik said. "A Chabad rabbi arrived in town only last year and immediately bought 10 computers." The Reform movement in the former Soviet Union still lacks basic components, local partici- pants said, from lay leaders committed to supporting congregations to Russian-language books on Judaism. Unlike some other represen- tatives of Reform congregations in the region, Gonik said that he did not come to the conference only to seek contacts with for- eign synagogues and leaders who might provide some help to his cash-strapped community, although his congregation is far from well off. The Krasnodar congregation receives $300 monthly from the Reform movement's Moscow headquarters, which it supple- ments with $50 collected in membership fees. "I've been with the movement for 12 years now, and we still need simple things such as books — from basic books on Judaism t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p09-ll 7/19/05 4:40 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 Senior While you have it... love it and take care of it and :ix it By Harriet P. Gross My dear friend Bo is dying. Just a few weeks ago we sat together at a Rotary meeting, having a spaghetti- and-salad lunch, and did the big catching-up we've always done during my yearly return visits to the town where I used to live, the town where he still lives. The next day he was at the doctor's. When I saw him two days after that, to say my usual "goodbye until next year," he told me he'd been diagnosed with bladder cancer, and would have surgery very soon. Now, despite the surgery, Bo is dying. In a few months at most, he'll be gone. There will be no catch-up day for us next year. So: what should I say to a friend who is getting ready to leave this earth? I think I will send him this, a few paragraphs I received from another old friend, who received them from an old friend of her own... "...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 p09-ll 7/19/05 4:55 PM Page 11 July 21,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 LEGACY continued from page 1 Life care residents will have pri- ority access to the community's assisted living and skilled nursing services at a monthly stabilized rate, added Mona Chustz, regional man- ager of Greystone Development, which serves as The Legacy's consul- tant for planning, development and marketing. (Greystone developed and manages Edgemere in Dallas, the area's first life care community.) In the case of The Legacy, Chustz said, monthly service fees ranging from $2,395 (for an individual in a one-bed- room apartment home) to $5,090 (for a couple in a large villa) will provide full amenities and services, including all util- ities except telephone and Internet service. To reserve their space, seniors who qualify financially and medically for life care are providing a deposit equal to 10 percent of the entrance fee. The balance of their entrance fees—starting at $250,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 pl2-13 7/19/05 5:02 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 Post Pics Chabad o Piano soars to new level with ewish Learning Center By Daniel Bonner For a synagogue that held its first services in a member's living room, and for eight years in its rabbi's garage, Chabad of Piano has come a long way. Since its founding in 1992 by Rabbi Men- achem and Rivkah Block at the request of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, and encouragement of Rabbi Mendel Dubrawsky of Chabad of Dallas, the Piano shul has added numerous thriving programs. Among them is a Hebrew School, a summer day camp — Gan Israel, -e- SHOW 5 A *TH° < * 8® SAVE $7 on tickets to select performances with coupon! Courtesy of M IN YARD Satk'n Snvr JULY 7-17 ^ A , ¥ 'fNT^ hzb JULY 7 JULY 8 JULY 9 JULY 10 11:30 AM+ 11:30 AM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM+ 7:30 PM 7:30 PM ■BTTTm^b HHariHI JULY 11 NO SHOWS JULY 12 7:30 PM* JULY 13 7:30 PM+ JULY 14 7:30 PM JULY 15 10:30 AM® 7:30 PM JULY 16 11:30 ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 pl2-13 7/19/05 4:42 PM Page 13 July 21,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Rabbi Block addresses the crowd of over 250 people at the Learning Center dedication. Photos: Ten Glanger Rabbi Alevsky chants the Shehechiyanu blessing. The honorees prepare to release the balloons, signaling the official opening of the Learning Center. Rabbi Block presents a Seder Plate to Bernie and Leslie Feiwus, benefactors of the new Youth Lounge. * ¥ Rabbi Block presents a Kiddush cup to Roz Ackermann, sponsor of a classroom. Learning Center Dedication Co-Chairs Sheryl Pidgeon and Barbara Cramer address the crowd. Guests make their way upstairs to the festive brunch and Gift Shower. Rabbi Block presents a Kiddush cup to Norman and Jeffrey Payson, sponsors of a classroom. Barbara Cramer and Gloria Stayman are all smiles at the Gift Shower check-out table. Guests browse through the selection of items atthe Learning Center Gift Shower. Rabbi Block presents a Kiddush Cup to Julie...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 pl4-16 7/19/05 4:43 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 Mideast NEWS ANALYSIS Sealing the Jerusalem envelope' Fencing in Jerusalem proving to be no easy matter for Israel By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — A year after the United Nations-affiliated Inter- national Court at The Hague ruled that Israel's West Bank security bar- rier is illegal, controversy over the section in and around Jerusalem could spark new international pres- sure on the Jewish state to change the fence route or stop construction altogether. Palestinian leaders warn that the planned route of the "Jerusalem envelope," which would cut off more than 50,000 Palestinians from the city, could spell the end of any peace initiatives with Israel, and they're threatening to take the case back to the United Nations. As with the first West Bank secu- rity-barrier case, they can count on international support. World leaders have been critical of the Jerusalem barrier for two r...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 pl4-16 7/19/05 4:44 PM Page 15 -e July 21,2005 SlMCHAS In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 Engagement Megan D. Schwartz and Mark S. Bernstien Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schwartz of Morris Plains, N.J., announce the engagement of their daughter, Megan Dawn, to Joel Michael Bern- stien, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mark S. Bernstien of Dallas. Megan is a 2002 graduate of the University of Virginia, where she competed on the varsity women's track team. She is a regional director for Voyager Expanded Learning in Dallas. Joel, a 1998 graduate of J.J. Pearce High School, also graduated in 2002 from the University of Virginia. He is currently a fourth-year student at UT Southwestern Medical School. The couple will be married April 2006, in Dallas. Bar Mitzvah Dovid Yosef Udman Dovid Yosef Udman, son of Rabbi Yerachmiel and Becky Udman, was called to the Torah as a bar mitzvah on July 16,2005. Rabbi Zev Weiner was the officiating Rabbi. An eighth-grade student at Torah Day School of ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 21 July 2005

TJP V59-29 07-21-05 pl4-16 7/19/05 4:45 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year July 21,2005 Parshat Pinhas: Numbers 25:10-30:1 EFRAT, Israel — "Why do you reduce the name of our father from the midst of his family? Give to us a permanent holding of land....(as an inheritance) from our Father." (Numbers 27:4) The daughters of Zlofhad have become synonymous with women throughout the generations who have courageously fought for women's rights; indeed, they dra- matically succeeded in transforming the laws of inheri- tance, to enable daughters to inherit their fathers' land in the absence of male heirs. But the Sages of the Talmud do not refer to them as persistent champions of equality between the sexes or as avid feminists; they are rather called "wise women, expounding women, righteous women." (hakhmaniot, darshaniot, tzid- kaniot, B.T Bava Batra 119b) Moreover, the Kli Yakar (Rav Ephraim Lunshitz), in interpreting the Divine command to Moses which we read just a few wee...

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