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

TJP V59-31 08-04-05 pl7-21 8/2/05 5:36 PM Page 21 August 4,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 Horwitz, Ruth Hendelman and Marlene Rosenthal hold national portfolios and my not so imme- diate predecessor, my mother, Madlyn Barnett is a member of the Honorary Council. They were all there. "I wish I could show you the set for the convention . It was terrific. The convention ballroom was set up like a political convention with delegates seated by states. The presidents were lined up backstage and were introduced in a roll call of states. I can't tell you how proud I was to shout out my name and Greater Southwest!! And how I appreciated the screaming and yelling from the delegates under the Texas sign. "We were welcomed to Wash- ington by a dynamic young Congresswoman from Florida, Debbie Wasserman Schultz who wowed the crowd. We moved into the National awards and I am proud to say that Tyler received an award for being one of only 47 chapters to receive the Special Achievement A...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 August 2005

TJP V59-31 08-04-05 p22-24 8/2/05 4:50 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 4,2005 Columnist In My Mind's I A wonder of nature and more It's summer. The flowers blooming. So let's consider the Persian buttercup, a flower that grows wild in Israel. Something won- drous strange: When you examine the root cells of this plant under a micro- scope, you see — a Star of David! The shapely discovery was made by Dr. Rina Kamenetsky while she was researching how this plant, called "Nurit" in Hebrew, manages not only to survive but actually to thrive in the harsh dryness and scorching heat of its native habitat. Here's another bit of interesting info from the land that is holy to so some circles, a "resurrection plant." No religious significance, however; in its botanical context, this simply means that here we have a plant able to live without water, not looking like much until it gets some, at which point it is "resurrected" into an anemone-like beauty. The flower, in i...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 August 2005

TJP V59-31 08-04-05 p22-24 8/2/05 3:58 PM Page 23 -e August 4,2005 Recipes In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Fowl weather You don't have to read a study to know that chicken — especially lean boneless and skinless — is probably the most popular pro- tein eaten today. Think of your own grocery shopping habits. Unless you're a vegetarian, you probably buy less beef and fish than chicken. Okay, so you maybe the exception. In general, chicken flies off the shelf at most markets (especially in these days with "mad cow" and issues about mercury in the fish — both tilings I don't worry much about). It's no wonder that fast food joints are upping the chicken choices on their menus. Even though many restaurant chicken dishes boast more calories and fat than burgers (fried chicken is a killer), chicken — especially the boneless and skinless kind with less than 200 calories for a 4-ounce serving, 4 grams of fat and a whopping 35 grams of protein — is the slenderizing choice for the health-...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 4 August 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p01-04 8/9/05 7:43 PM Page 1 -e -e- Thursday, August 11,2005 6 A¥ 5165 | ^•-qL\ / ) I ir0^ Team Dallas garners Benjamin Netanyahu resigns cabinet post as disengagement nears Nearmg 100, Hillel Price . - remembers highlights of 3 most medals of any I delegation at the Games 1932 Maccabiah VOLUME 59 NO. 32 texasjewishpost.com - *—'wwmihmmiiwhi Maccabi scores a big win Games lift teenage athletes, bring sighs of satisfaction to large team of volunteers Swimmers wait for the starting signal in one of last week's girls medley relay events at the new JCC natatorium. Photo: Steve Israel By Stwe Israel Special to the TJP DALLAS — Nearly 1,600 young Jewish athletes rekindled "the Maccabi spirit" here last week for themselves and their host community By day the exuberant teenagers competed like Olympians for medals on playing fields across the city But when they faced off again at night, it was to dance the Hora, taste Texas entertainment and enjoy the hospitality of 575 f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p01-04 8/9/05 7:12 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 11,2005 Disengagement Gaza withdrawal splits ather and son By Dina Kraft NEVE DEKALIM, Gaza Strip, (JTA) — Silvi Amar rests a hand on the cheek of her son Assaf, reminds him about the food left in the refriger- ator and walks out of her empty house. The Amar family is leaving their two-story, white-stucco home in the Gaza Strip settlement Neve Dekalim after 20 years. They do not want to leave, but Albert Amar, Silvi's husband, is a policeman who feels he has no choice but to honor the law and leave with his wife and children before Israel's withdrawal begins next week. The family's son Assaf, 22, a sol- dier in the Givati brigade who recently completed a course to become an officer, is staying behind. He looks on as movers pack up the contents of the house and carry bulging cardboard boxes to a moving van outside. His room, however, has not been touched. His computer, bed and books remain i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p01-04 8/9/05 7:15 PM Page 3 -e August 11,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post NEWS ANALYSIS Behind Netanyahu move, some see ambition, others see West Bank fight By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — Benjamin Netanyahu's resignation from the Israeli Cabinet may have come too late to scuttle Israel's planned withdrawal from Gaza and the northern West Bank, but it seems almost certain to change the face of Israeli politics. Leaving the Finance Ministry just 10 days before the pullout is sched- uled to begin, Netanyahu threw down a challenge to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and set in motion a process that could split the ruling Likud Party. Most pundits are convinced that the move will not derail the Gaza pullout, but it could considerably strengthen the Israeli right in its opposition to further withdrawals from the West Bank. On the economic front, Netanyahu was widely praised as finance minister for initiating tough policies that led the economy from near collapse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p01-04 8/9/05 7:11 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 11,2005 Washington Watch U.S.-lsrael relations in post-Gaza era When the last Israeli settler leaves Gaza —voluntarily or otherwise — the Bush administration will face a surge of international pressure to resume efforts on behalf of its stalled road map for Palestinian statehood. That could produce new friction between Jerusalem and Washington, but few observers expect a diplomatic crisis. The U.S.- lsrael relationship remains fundamentally strong, despite outstanding issues between the two allies. And growing skepticism over whether the Palestinian Authority is up to the job of governing provides an extra measure of insulation. Here's a quick survey of the strengths and weakness of the U.S.- Israel alliance as it moves into the uncharted territory of the post-Gaza era. Bush and Sharon A primary strength is President Bush's unchanging view of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon as an ally in the wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p05-08 8/9/05 7:17 PM Page 5 -e August 11,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Gaza withdrawal shakes fundamental roots of Zionism Judaism without Jews KEDUMIM, West Bank (JTA)—The Jewish people are in the grasp of a powerful catalyst called the disengage- ment plan, which envisions the unilateral withdrawal from Israel's settlements in the Gaza Strip and parts of Samaria. Whatever the result of the plan, Israelis must come to grips with its implications on Judaism, Zionism and even democ- racy. Disengagement forces upon us decisions that can no longer be postponed and the effects of which will be pre- sent for decades. For many, including myself, the anti-disengagement protest last month at Kfar Maimon was the first real statement regarding these issues. There was a sense of unity that is impossible to describe in words, a sense of harmony and purpose that came from within each of the tens of thousands of people who attended. What I wit- nessed gives ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p05-08 8/9/05 7:18 PM Page 7 -e August 11,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post On being a host amily Opening our home led to very full hearts By Sharon Wisch-Ray The bond was instantaneous, when we greeted "the big boys" as my kids refer to them, at the JCC Sunday afternoon. Benjamin, 10, our number one son of three and an avid baseball fan and participant, was eager to meet the hurlers from Baltimore, and quickly became their caddy. Growing up in Fort Worth, we had hosted numerous kids over the years — Israeli gymnasts, several AFS students, BBYOers, and Temple Youth — it was always a rewarding experience. This was my first time to be a host mom, and I quickly felt at ease with Danny and Sam. Ben- jamin, quickly became a Baltimore homer attending almost every game and rooting for his "brothers" even when they played against Dallas. My sense from talking to other host parents is that the transition to caring for these children as your own was really a very sim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p05-08 8/9/05 7:01 PM Page Hope for Humanity Awards tribute Dinner Sunday, September 25,2005 Westin Galleria Benefiting the Dallas Holocaust Museum and The Center for Education and Tolerance Honorary Chairs Mrs. Barbara Bigham Mrs. Dolores Barzune Thankyou to: Our Honorary Chairs for their loyalty and belief in the Dallas Holocaust Museum, DHM staff and office for their commitment, The Hope for Humanity volunteers for their tireless efforts and hard work, Keepers of the Flame Auxiliary t. Co-Chairs Mrs. Debbie Kenvin Mrs. Michelle Anderson From the left: Michelle Anderson, Bernice Meyerson, Dolores Barzune, Debbie Kenvin, Barbara Bigham Tea Co-Chairs: Stacy Horowitz, Jill Middleman Debbie Kenvin, Elliott Dlin, Michelle Anderson Keepers of the Flame Auxiliary "The world is too dangerous to live in - not because of the people who do evil, but because of the people who sit and let it happen." (Albert Einstein) The Keepers of the Flame Auxiliary invites you to join a...

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

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p09-13 8/9/05 7:13 PM Page 9 August 11,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Erik bowls em over at Games Teen's special needs don't handicap his determination to play By Steve Israel Special to the TJP DALLAS — Erik Kordsiemon qui- etly knocked down more than bowling pins last week when — strapped to his wheelchair — the 15-year-old captured four medals in the JCC Maccabi Games here. Where the Tucson, Ariz., boy's words sometimes failed, his deter- mination spoke volumes, according to family and friends who lovingly surrounded Erik throughout the Games. "We went into the Games wanting them to be successful from the standpoint that Erik would enjoy them, have fun competing and meeting new teens, and hope- fully showing the way for other physically challenged Jewish teens to compete and have fun doing it," his father Bill Kordsiemon, explained to the TJP. En route to winning the Maccabi gold, silver and two bronze medals for his bowling acumen, Erik helped bowl o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p09-13 8/9/05 7:19 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 11,2005 Hillel Price proves that memories of he Games can be a highlight of one's life By Melissa Maroff In addition to the Dallas and Israeli teams rousing standing ova- tions at the Maccabi Games opening ceremonies in Mesquite last week— was a man solely responsible for bringing the crowd of nearly 4,000 to their feet — 99-year-old Hillel Price — a participant in the first games—who could very well be the last surviving member. "It was very moving.. .it's like cel- ebrating the American Revolution and having Ben Franklin there; he's a souvenir," explains his son Dr. Ken Price of Dallas. "He's got history inside him." The honoree, who stood up and waved to the crowd, said he was "used to it," because it reminded him of his days as a Maccabi athlete. Price, a great grandfather, who will celebrate his 100th birthday on Dec. 18, remembers back to 1932 when he made the trek with his teamma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p09-13 8/9/05 7:22 PM Page 11 August 11,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Games underscore key Jewish value seeing the potential in everything The crowd at the Aaron Family JCC gasped in horror as, down by one with four sec- onds left in a crucial first-round playoff game, Team Dallas' Dmitri Chernokov let loose a wild three from what seemed like half-court. Those gasps turned to stunned cheers as the ball found nothing but the bottom of the net. When opponent North Miami Beach missed the first free throw (there was a foul on the inbounds play) and inexplicably made the second, the crowd went crazy. Dallas had won. The 6th-seeded Dallas Blue team, 14 and under division, had beaten 3rd-seeded North Miami Beach 51-49 in a thriller of a game. They would go on to win the bronze medal. After it was over, I went up to the coach to ask the marksman's name, to put it in the paper. He gave me a hug. For this reporter, it was that sort of moment that made covering...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p09-13 8/9/05 8:04 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 11,2005 Camaraderie prevails at the Games By Andrew Tobolowsky As the Dallas Maccabi Games opened up on the first week of August, there was one message that stood out above all others: Let the good times roll. "It's the experience of a lifetime," Team Dallas bowler Max Berkowitz said. Everywhere this reporter went, in the opening days, the prevailing atti- tude was one of eager anticipation and vast enthusiasm; adolescents gearing up to perform at a high level, but always aware of the greater significance of the gathering. In other words, these kids were not just here to play ball, and they knew it. "The competition's fun, defi- nitely, but the best part has been chilling with my teammates," Dallas Flag-footballer Zach Goodman, 13, said. Sometimes in the first two days of the Maccabi Games, as during its flag football team's two games against a national champion Miami team, Team Dallas ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 p09-13 8/9/05 8:11 PM Page 13 -e August 11,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 Team Dallas garners medals at the Games By Andrew Tobolowsky Last week, teams of Jewish ado- lescents descended on Dallas from all around the world for the annual Maccabi Games, a week- long celebration of all that's right in athletics. Residents of the Dallas Metroplex will be pleased to know that, as far as Team Dallas is concerned , they were very well represented indeed. Extraordinarily well represented, as a matter of fact. Smashing all expectations, above and beyond anyone's predictions of athletic suc- cess, Dallas, defending its own turf, ended up the most decorated team of the Games. The team shined in both indi- vidual and team competitions. Dor Edri, 16, poses with a table tennis medai. In fact, in the individual competi- tions, namely dance, swimming bowling, golf and tennis, the medal listings read like a Who's Who of Dallas adolescents. Dallas swim team coach Emily...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 pl4-15 8/9/05 7:10 PM Page 14 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 11,2005 The Games MACCABI continued from page 1 Ross said Friday morning as he waited in the JCC lobby for the Van- couver delegation's bus ride back to DFW International Airport, five days after the 2005 JCC Maccabi Games began. Vancouver's soccer players "came here to have fun but we started win- ning so our whole goal changed. We came out with a silver medal [in the U14 category] so it was fun overall," said Sherit. He'll "definitely" sign up for the 2006 Games that will be played in his home town along with New Orleans, Phoenix and Stamford, Conn. Sherit "thought that Dallas wouldn't be such a cool city to come to, but overall I've had a very good time. The city is a shocker because I thought it was going to be like desert, and everyone wearing cowboy hats and everything like that, but when I got here, it's like all green." North Texas, itself, won a medal of sorts for its part in the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 11 August 2005

TJP V59-32 08-11-05 pl4-15 8/9/05 4:26 PM Page 15 m maccar. garnet; M BECAUSE OF YOU WE HAD A BIG TIME IN BIG D! To our Steering Committee, Volunteers, Host :amilies, Staff, Coaches, Sponsors, Athletes and all of the other wonderful people who donated their time, talent and money to make the 2005 JCC Maccabi Games® such a tremendous success - THANKYOU! Stay Involved at the J There's something for everyone at the brand new J! Swimming • Fitness • Tennis • Boxing • Pilates • Preschool Youth Enrichment • Sports Leagues and so much more! For information on membership to the J, call Michelle Ditzenberger at 214-239-7138 Aaron Family JCC • 7900 Northaven Road • Dallas _ www.jccdallas.org < & FITNESS AT THE J

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