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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 p09-ll 8/16/05 5:18 PM Page 9 August 18,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post by various foreign Jewish organi- zations; they have a school, a synagogue and several small-scale economic projects. Electricity was installed, 12 water tanks were built, and the community raises money through Jewish tourism and selling crafts and CDs of its music. Katzeff was intrigued. "I said, 'OK, I'll buy all you've got, every single bit,'" recalls Katzeff, who says that the project "interested me as a Jew." Katzeff had changed his own business practices following a 1985 trip to Nicaragua, when he realized "that the coffee industry was living off the sweat and blood of the coffee farmers." He began guaranteeing what has become known as a "Fair Trade price," which he says is "20 to 40 cents a pound higher" than the usual price coffee farmers receive from the major companies and which doesn't change with market fluctuations. The idea that he could use his company to help Jews in A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 p09-ll 8/16/05 5:19 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 18,2005 Senior Uttal recalls distinguished military service Preserving history a life-long passion for nonagenarian By Harriet P. Gross "There are all kinds of stained glass windows and statues," says Jordan Uttal (pronounced you-tall). "But there is no other living memo- rial." He's talking about how Europeans have honored the Americans who fought and died in World War II to assure their freedom. But the living memorial he mentions is one of a kind. It's a library in Norwich, Eng- land, dedicated to eternal friendship. And Uttal was one of the men who made it happen. Uttal turned 90 on July 30, and was guest of honor that evening at a Dallas Jewish War Veterans Post 256 dinner party. More than 50 people came, with pride in one of their own. The honoree is proud, too. "I'm sold on JWV," he said, "because it was founded in 1896. It's the oldest vet- erans' organization in the country." ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 p09-ll 8/16/05 5:20 PM Page 11 August 18,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 the board's excellent fiscal manage- ment — helped by Uttal, who during his career served as president of the Manufacturers Division, National Food Distributors Associ- ation — the library trust's capital fund has grown from the initial $84,000 to $2.5 million. Its 170 vis- itors per day are assisted by a permanent staff of three local and two American Fulbright librarians. And members of the 2nd Air Divi- sion have traveled there over the years, holding nine of their 58 annual reunions in Norwich. Uttal calls the library "a love story," but he also has a more per- sonal love story to tell. Six weeks after his arrival in Norwich, "I was riding my bicycle to the officers' mess when I spotted this lady coming out of the enlisted men's Red Cross Club. I asked one of the workers who the blonde was, and found out she was assistant to the Red Cross field director and lived on the base. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl2-13 8/16/05 5:04 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 18,2005 Behind the Headlines Jewish values mesh with Scout ideals in Shul Tent at National Scout amboree ByAliza Karp BOWLING GREEN, Va. (JTA) — When Boy Scout troop 711 from Alaska lost four of its leaders in a freak electrical accident on the first day of the recent National Scout Jamboree here, the one Jewish Scout in the Alaska con- tingent was left in a quandary On the Sunday morning of the gathering, when jamboree activities were suspended for a few hours, all of Noah Magen's troop mates were headed to religious services for their respective faiths. But what does a Jewish Scout do on Sunday? For Noah, the answer was the Shul Tent, where daily services and special programming were provided for Jewish Scouts. The Boy Scout Jamboree, which is held every four years at Fort A.P. Hill, near Fredericksburg, brought together more than 35,000 Boy Scouts and another 8,000 volunteer staff f...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl2-13 8/16/05 5:04 PM Page 13 -e August 18,2005 Post Pics In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 13 The Ann and Nate Levine Academy, formerly Solomon Schechter Academy, Class of 2000 had their five-year reunion on July 28, at the school's Beit Aryeh. Seventeen students out of the original class of 22 students were there and shared great memories! Rabbi Adam Raskin and Puppetmaster Michael Wurzman (seated) review plans for the upcoming season of Torah Time Theater with the authors and performers (left to right): Kayla Kehlmann Miryam Miller, Addie Cumonow, liana Miller, Lindsey Kehlman, Madelyn Gallant, Gabrielle Taper and Samantha Belson. The 17th season of Torah Time Theater begins at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19 at Con- gregation Beth Torah, 720 Lookout Dr. in Richardson. The Hope for Humanity Awards Committee was honored at a reception at Best Cellars on July 17. The awards dinner, scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 25, benefits the Dallas Holocaust Museum and The Cente...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl4-16 8/16/05 5:46 PM Page 14 -e 14 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 18,2005 f eco-safe of Dallas^ iiiiiii Ask About Ask About Guaranteed Pest Control Since 1972 INSPECTION ' CONSULTATION • SERVICE Our State Certified Professionals Will Eliminate Your Pest Problems GRADUA TE ENTOMOLOGIST ON STAFF Organic & Non Chemical Pest Control Available Honest • Reliable • Professional Service Family Owned & Operated The Company With The ^co-conscience'" Since 1972 Money Guarantee (214/ 358-5201 f 3001 WHEELOCK ST. ^ J' ij Serving the Jewish community for 59 years, www.texasjewishpost.com i7Ttf ANNUAL -e- RS. AUGUST 25TH Planning Your Party or Bar/Bat Mitzvah? Want New & Exciting Party Ideas? Taste D/FW's Finest Restaurants & Catering ★ See Exciting Props & Decor Experience Unique Party Facilities ★ Play Interactive Games Enjoy Continuous Live Entertainment ★ Discover Great Gift Items Over 225 Exhibitors to Help You Plan Your Next Event! Don't M...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl4-16 8/16/05 5:46 PM Page 15 -e August 18,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 15 SlMCHAS Engagements Rachelle Kagan and Jonathan Dubow The Honorable Spencer and Donna Kagan of Marblehead, Mass., announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachelle Alyse, to Jonathan David Dubow of New York City, son of Dr. Harry Dubow of Dallas, and Mrs. Elaine Harris of Stowe, Vt. The couple was introduced by the groom's sister, Wendy Polins, of Swampscott, Mass. Ms. Kagan is the granddaughter of Ida and Charles Kagan and Leonard Rubin all of Swampscott and the late Lillian (Lee) Rubin. The future bride is a graduate of Marblehead High School, George Washington University, where she majored in psychology and minored in Judaic studies and Boston University School of Law. She is presently employed at the law firm of Bingham McCutchen in Boston, where she is a senior asso- ciate in the commercial technology and trademark practice group. Mr. Dubow is the grandson of Anne Nadler...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl4-16 8/16/05 5:47 PM Page 16 -e 16 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 18,2005 Parshat Vaetchanan: Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11 EFRAT, Israel — "And I (Moses) entreated the Lord at that time, saying, '...let me pass over (the river Jordan) please so that I may see the good land..."' (Deut. 3.23,25) Moses places two entreaties before the Lord at the end of his life, one which is Biblically expressed and the other which is merely sug- gested between the lines of the Bible. The one which he openly expresses comes at the very beginning of this week's Torah portion, and is his heartfelt request to enter the land of Israel. The other is perceived only by the Rabbis of the Midrash, and is based upon the fact that Moses expresses the need of appointing his successor right after God has agreed that the daughters of Tzelafhad can inherit their father. (Numbers 21:14 The Midrash teaches) "What caused Moses to request his replacement after the inheritance of the daughters? ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl7-21 8/16/05 5:25 PM Page 17 -e August 18,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 17 Synagogue Services Greater Dallas LIGHT SHABBAT CANDLES Friday,Aug. 19,7:51 p.m. Friday, Aug. 26,7:42 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, to schedule call Rabbi Terenyo, (972) 877-4881 ADAT CHAVERIM (Reform) 6300 Independence 1'kvvy, Ste. A, Piano (972)491-5917 Rabbi Jordan M. Parr Robert McDaniel, 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 & 1 11 6:45 a.m. Sun. 9:15 a.m. Natl. Holidays-8:30 a.m. EVENING SERVICES: T &W-6:15 p.m...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl7-21 8/16/05 5:26 PM Page 18 -e 18 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 18,2005 Calendar Thursday, Aug. 18 Data Presents Rabbi Berel Wein 7:30 p.m. The noted historian will speak on "Viewing the Jewish World Today in Light of Yesterday'' $ 10 in advance/$ 15 at the door. Register at www.datanet.org or call DATA, (214) 987-3282. Aaron Family JCC Zale Auditorium 7900 Northaven Rd., Dallas Friday, Aug. 19 Lunch 'n' Learn with Rabbi Berel Wein 11:45 a.m. "Eternal Values in a Turbulent Wo rid" is the subject of this lunch 'n' learn with the noted historian. $10 in advance/$15 at the door. Register at www.datanet.org or call (214) 987-3282. DATA 5840 Forest Ln., Dallas Congregation Shearith Israel Shir Chadash Shabbat Services 6 p.m. An energetic Karlbach-style musical Shabbat service, which includes guitar music, singing and dancing, followed by a traditional Shabbat dinner, will take place at Congregation Shearith Israel on Aug. 19 and Sept. 9. The cost to att...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl7-21 8/16/05 5:26 PM Page 19 -e August 18,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 19 Focus on Issues Pharmaceuticals, Israeli researchers high on promise of cannabinoid drugs By Karin Kloosterman TEL AVIV (JTA) — In the early 1960s, just before Flower Children started smoking pot, a young organic chemist with a fondness for medicinal plants isolated the first known cannabinoid, THC, from an 11-pound lump of hashish appro- priated by lerusalem police. Mechoulam, now 70, went on to discover more than just the first active compound found in mari- juana and hashish. In fact, the past 40 years of his career have laid the groundwork for how researchers work with a group of chemicals called cannabinoids, some of which occur naturally in the human body. Affecting different parts of the organism, cannabinoids can be applied in areas such as pain relief, cancer treatment and diet suppres- sion. Although the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in lune that terminally ill patients wi...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl7-21 8/16/05 5:27 PM Page 20 20 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 18,2005 Around the Town with Rene Calling all aspiring Melton students Last chance to sign up for this year's new Melton class! After last year's successful introduction of Melton, the well-received program will continue with one new first-year class and one second-year class. The first-year class already includes Scott Cobert, Joe Mintz, Tom and Linda Collins, Sam and Joan Rosen, Sara Wolin, Cathy Freid, Diane Young, Shoshana Thoma-Isgur, Arnold Barkman, Dick Abrams and Julie Martinez, and Dolores and Barry Schneider. Second year returnees include: Marcy Coben, Arnie and Harriette Gachman, Red Goldstein, Judie B. Greenman, Judie W. Greenman, Philip Gressel, Karen Kaplan, Diane Kleinman, Hugh Lamensdorf, Susan LaMere, Livia Levine, Susan Luskey, Debby Rice, Marilyn Rubin, Rhoda Bernstein, Ira and Sandy Hollander, Nancy Teten- baum, and Laurie and Lon Werner. Teaching the first-year class ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 pl7-21 8/16/05 5:27 PM Page 21 August 18,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 21 HISTORY continued from page 1 frightened nation days before the outbreak of the Six-Day War. For years the perceived nervousness tarred Eshkol as a weak leader. Though later research did much to rehabilitate Eshkol, a new book by the historian Tom Segev restores his image as a ditherer and blames him for missing a chance for peace with Jordan's King Hussein that might have sidelined Yasser Arafat's Palestine Lib- eration Organization decades ago. Golda Meir is associated with two failures: the inability to read the sig- nals leading to the 1973 Yom Kippur War and insensitivity toward Israel's Sephardi underclass. Together these shortcomings generated a process that led to the emergence of Men- achem Begin in 1977 as Israel's first prime minister from the right- leaning Likud Party. Begin is remembered primarily for the land-for-peace deal he struck with then Egyptian President Anw...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 p22-24 8/16/05 5:42 PM Page 22 -e 22 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 18,2005 Columnists In My Mind's I Ideas out live book- burning, thank God This column began in my head, in my kitchen. My brain was busy with ideas while my hands were making stuffed cabbage. I know: Some people call them "praakes," or "galluptzi," or "halishkes." But where I'm from, they're just plain "stuffed cabbage." My husband called them praakes when he asked me to make them. He's a com- petent cook who had plenty of practice as a young wid- ower raising a young child alone, but this is his special request of me. I never say no. He's equally consid- erate; he doesn't ask too often. You see, making stuffed cabbage is the kind of cooking I hate. It's too labor-intensive. It takes too long. All that work, all that time spent, and if it's really good — and why would I put all that work and time into any- thing I didn't intend to be really good? — it disappears in an eye- blink. I'd r...

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

TJP V59-33 08-18-05 p22-24 8/16/05 5:42 PM Page 23 -e August 18,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 23 Recipes Summer bounty boogie With the dog days of summer upon us, we re still searching for more ways to keep cool, even as the bounty of summer crops is all around us. Think veggies and fruit, all at your fingertips. It's no wonder we become vega-holics each summer, buying more zucchini than we know what to do with and lugging home bushels of toma- toes and pickling cucumbers. Produce from around the country is at our fingertips, but with gas prices at a frightening new high, even the local stuff is a bit more expensive than it should be this time of year. The good news is that, although prices are affected by the high cost of transport, they're still the best prices of the year. Especially for fruits and veggies you buy at the stands that pepper the roadsides around the county. By Annabel Cohen But what to do with all that fresh stuff can easily become boring. What do you do ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 18 August 2005

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 August 2005

TJP V59-34 08-25-05 p01-04 9/29/05 12:09 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, August 25,2005 20 Av 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post ,w r.. v X HM « * r After ex-Gaza family moves to Israel, memories of their garden remain fresh 2 Trevor Stokol remembered for living life to its fullest at Chabad service 7 Great flicks on the marquee for Ninth Annual Dallas Jewish Film Festival 8 VOLUME 59 NO. 33 texasjewishpost.com $1.00 NEWS ANALYSIS Sharon's Gaza momentum Relative ease of Gaza withdrawal could affect Israel's future agenda By Leslie Susser JERUSALEM (JTA) — In the long run, the ease with which Israel evac- uated Gaza Strip settlements could prove to be as significant as the pull- back itself. The fact that the withdrawal went relatively smoothly challenges the long-standing belief that Israel will not be able to dismantle large numbers of settlements in the West Bank, shores up Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's international and domestic standing, and suggests that the settler movement will not b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 August 2005

TJP V59-34 08-25-05 p01-04 8/23/05 6:06 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 25,2005 Feature For family, Gaza memories linger After ex-Gaza family moves to Israel, memories of their garden remain fresh By Dina Kraft NEVEH DEKALIM, Gaza Strip (JTA) — The movers came and hauled away the uprooted palm and pecan trees and flowering plants — all tucked in bags of soil and plastic pots and neatly lined in rows on the Ohayons' back patio. Tsvia Ohayon d ecided that if she really did have to leave her home, she wouldn't go without the trees and plants that she planted, watered and watched grow during her 20 years in Neveh Dekalim, part of the Gush Katif settlement bloc. "I told my husband that if the plants don't come with me, I won't have the energy to do this," Ohayon said while preparing the family's final Shabbat meal in their home here. Ohayon, her husband and three children said their goodbyes last week to the two-story white stucco house with a dark-wood balcony and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 August 2005

TJP V59-34 08-25-05 p01-04 8/23/05 6:11 PM Page 3 August 25,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post CAMPUS continued from page 1 The new Akiba/Yavneh campus stands on the Coit Road site formerly occupied by Olla Podrida, a once- popular, somewhat quirky shopping center. It's named for its primary benefactors who, according to Zucker, "were generous beyond generous. Theirs was tremendous kindness." And he credits the Dallas Jewish Fed- eration's Capital Campaign, and all the people involved in it, who should also be recognized, he said. He called Marcus Rosenberg, recently deceased, "the foundation stone. I'm sorry he's not here to see this, but there will be a special tribute to him on September 18." That's the date of the annual dinner, which this year will celebrate completion of the campus. And he gives special credit to Steve Rosenberg, Marcus's son: "If he didn't have construction people, he'd have done it himself!" Jaynie Schultz, daughter of bene- factors Howard and Leslie, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 25 August 2005

TJP V59-34 08-25-05 p01-04 8/23/05 6:06 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year August 25,2005 Washington Watch Roberts gets Conservative boost In a first for the United Syna- gogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ), the group representing more than 760 synagogues and 1.5 million members has given its qual- ified blessing to a judicial nominee — a decision that some movement insiders say could infuriate politi- cally liberal Conservative Jews. The group's announce- ment this week that it regards Judge John Roberts as "qualified" for appointment to the Supreme Court fell short of an outright endorse- ment of the judge and former Justice Depart- ment official, appointed last month to replace the retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Still, the move by USCJ's Public Policy and Social Action Com- mittee was not without controversy — and the controversy could increase in the days ahead. "It wasn't a comfortable position for everybody, particularly those who see themselves as sympath...

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