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

TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY01-Y04 8/30/05 5:47 PM Page Y1 Thursday, September 1,2005 27 Av 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Pullout Section VOLUME 59 1 Youth Section Private School Guide

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TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY01-Y04 8/30/05 5:49 PM Page Y2 -e Y2 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 1,2005 Private school shopping in DFW Tips from those in the know By Melissa Maroff So, you've made the decision to enroll your child in private school. Fortunately the Metroplex offers an impressive array of options — but where to begin? To ease what might seem like a daunting task, the TJP has interviewed admissions directors from some of the area's top private schools, and an experienced consul- tant, who share some helpful tips for getting through the process. According to veteran Private School Consultant Lynn Magid, author of "A Guide to DFW Private Schools" and creator of The Web Guide to DFW Private Schools, the first key is to begin early. All schools require application forms, which are generally available the first week of Who's Helping Your Student Apply to College? Contact: ©(Mali 15 years college planning experience 972-381-9990 Carol Gene Cohen & Catherine Marrs...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 September 2005

TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY01-Y04 8/30/05 6:02 PM Page Y3 -e September 1,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Y3 sleep and eat a good breakfast, and give them the same instructions you would give them when going to a friend's house; short of that, you could sabotage the process," she advises. David Baker, director of admission at Dallas' St. Mark's School, encour- ages parents who are trying to weigh the advantages between a single-sex or co-educational school, to "do the research and read both sides, because there's a wealth of information out there." He also points out that not only are there distinctions between single- sex and co-ed schools, there are also distinctions between single-sex schools, and you should avoid lumping them all together. Magid recommends to Jewish par- ents that if a school has a religious foundation, find out if it's non- denominational and turns to morals and prayer rather than a specific reli- gion, in order to avoid your child's feeling uncomfortable. Ba...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 September 2005

TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY01-Y04 8/30/05 5:49 PM Page Y4 -e Y4 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 1,2005 Ov Country Day School CDSA of Arlington EST. 1959 . 18 Months - 8th Grade • Montessori Preschool • Implementing International Baccalaureate Country Day School of Arlington lioo Roosevelt SL Arlington, TX 76011 (Near Collins & I-30) 8i7.275.085i admissions@cd5a.org Country Day School of Arlington admits qualified students without regard to race, color, and national or ethnic origin. Send you news to www.texasjewishpost.com -e- Where sons shine. PLEASE JOIN US FOR OPEN HOUSE For nearly 100 years, helping prepare young men for leadership. ST. MARK'S SCHOOL OF TEXAS Lower School Open House Wednesday, October 19, 2005 6:00-7:30 p.m. Middle and Upper School Open House Wednesday, November 16, 2005 6:00—7:30 p.m. Students are encouraged to attend with their parents. 10600 PRESTON RD • DALLAS, TX • 214.346.8700 • www.smtexas.org Sf. Mark's School of Texas admits qualified sfuden...

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

TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY05-Y08 8/30/05 5:43 PM Page Y5 -e September 1,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Y5 bur Young Child Day schools can accommodate many levels of observance My husband and I did not grow up religious. We have been consid- ering sending our daughter to Jewish day school, but are concerned that it might be too religious for us and that we would feel out of place. We also have con- cerns that the focus Jewish day schools have on Judaic studies creates a weaker academic program. What do you think? By Jordana Bernstein Rather than asking yourself if a Jewish day school is "too religious," ask yourself if learning how to be kind and respectful to friends, teachers and—yes—parents, is "too religious." Ask yourself if providing your child with a comprehensive general and Judaic education, and raising her to be a critical thinker and appreciative of the world in which she lives is "too religious?" Ask your- self if providing your child with a solid foundation of Jewis...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 September 2005

TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY05-Y08 8/30/05 5:43 PM Page Y6 -e Y6 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 1,2005 Speech Language Therapist Sandy Klindworth, MS, CCC Communication Oral Motor Skills Articulation • Language • Visual Strategies • A AC 469.330.9930 9330 Amberton Pkwy., #2330 Dallas, TX 75243 y obi n C. Abels, m.eclotr ■ Fine Motor • Handwriting * Visual Strategies ' Developmental Readiness ' Visual Motor/Perceptual Skills Occupational Therapist Play Based & Child Centered fiA AAOA | 9330 Amberton Pkwy.,#2330 OI Dallas,TX 75243 (Mb W teM aall fMspto Special classes in: • Hebrew •Computer • Music • Library Our mission: All children to be nurtured, loved and cared for in a warm Jewish environment and developmental ly appropriate activities. Small classes Preschool 9avn-1| m • Kindergarten 9am-2| m After school enrichment 1-2 pm Lakehill Preparatory School— Cultivating Balance in the Lives of College-Bound Students OPEN HOUSE DATES: October 25 for upcoming Freshmen, 6 p.m....

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 September 2005

TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY05-Y08 8/30/05 5:42 PM Page Y7 -e September 1,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Y7 Educationally Speaking Back-to-school blues Now that the initial excitement of the beginning of school is over, are your children getting the back-to-school blues? Parents can do a lot to help their children have the correct attitude toward school. Dr. Charles Fay, noted child psychologist, rec- ommends that children be given the "gift of chores." He says that children who regularly do chores at home find it easier to do assignments at school. Schoolwork and chores both require perseverance, delayed gratification and atten- tion to detail. When children are required to do chores without pay and reminders, they learn to be independent and enjoy the intrinsic rewards that a sense of accomplishment brings. Watching students at The Wise Academy on the first day of school clean the lunchroom, collect food scraps for the compost pile (to be used in our vegetable garden) and help ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 1 September 2005

TJP V59-35 09-01-05 pY05-Y08 8/30/05 10:19 AM Page Y8 www.texasjewishpost.com/ lust a click away rom your mailbox. www.texas jewish post.com Subcribing to the TJP has never been easier. Just go to the TJP Web site, click on Subscribe, and your copy of the TJP will be at your door in no time. It's easy to set up a gift subscription too. Subscribe today and stay linked to your community Subscriptions Dallas 972-458-7283 Fort Worth 817-927-2831 Texas Jewish * Since 1947 ^ Post Your link to the Dallas/Fort Worth Jewish community

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p01-04 9/6/05 7:13 PM Page 1 -e Thursday, September 8,2005 4 Elul 5765 Texas Jewish J Since 1947 Post Does ft a Differ®106- Mississippi coast's only synagogue weathers storm 2 Local authors' book 'Jewish: Does it Make a Difference?' a must read Prepare your yard for fall with seven great tools 14 VOLUME 59 NO. 36 texasjewishpost.com Community reaches out to Katrina evacuees Louisianans tell how they're disconnected from pre-hurricane lives By Ste\'e Israel Special to the TJP DALLAS — Local Jews embraced more than 550 New Orleans-area residents over the Labor Day weekend after the Louisianans sought the high ground of Texas, about 500 miles from last week's deadly flooding, spawned by Hur- ricane Katrina. Jewish Family Service profes- sionals thanked the community for its "astonishing" generosity, and asked everyone to continue to reach out as the evacuees move from the current "crisis" stage to a longer period of adjustment and rebuilding. Streams of storm evacue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p01-04 9/6/05 6:38 PM Page 2 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 8,2005 Mississippi communities pick up the pieces By Larry Brook Deep South Jewish Voice BIRMINGHAM — Along the Mis- sissippi Gulf coast, hurricanes were always measured in comparison with Camille, which struck in 1969. During that horrific storm, Biloxi's Beth Israel Congregation didn't even leak. The situation now is vastly dif- ferent, as Katrina rewrote the book on hurricanes. The 70-family congrega- tion, with the only synagogue on the Mississippi coast, has a rebuilding job to do, both with the synagogue itself and with many members' homes. Beth Israel still stands, though much of the brick exterior was peeled away. Some upstairs windows were blown out, but the roof over the sanctuary looked intact from the outside. The Torahs had been removed before the storm and were safe. The synagogue is located two blocks from the beach, which saw a 25-foot storm surge. A casino located on the...

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TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p01-04 9/6/05 6:50 PM Page 3 -e September 8,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post JFS continued from page 1 "Not all of the death, thank God. And another difference: Then no one was there to help us. Now everyone has open arms for us. People want to help us." Eva Geller was 17 when she gained her freedom by jumping from a moving Nazi train into a snow bank. It was January 4, 1943, and she ripped the yellow "Jude" star from her sleeve, then used her wits to survive the rest of World War II. Eva and Henry lived in various cities until 1962 when they moved to New Orleans. Now they're staying with their children here. Judge Sol Gothard said he fears the worst for Beth Israel, the Orthodox congregation of which his wife Jackie is president. "The shul is probably under 12 feet of water. Our old Torah scrolls — I'm so grieved," said the judge of Louisiana's 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in Metairie, La. But the couple, who made the 15-hour drive to Dallas, said their r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p01-04 9/6/05 6:37 PM Page 4 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 8,2005 Washington Watch Stakes raised in Supreme Court confirmation debate Some key Democrats say that Judge John Roberts, appointed last month to fill the job of retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, will get a tougher interrogation by the Senate Judiciary Committee, now that he has been appointed to replace Chief Justi ce William Rehnquist, who died over the weekend. The stakes in the high court confirmation battle have increased exponen- tially for Jewish groups, as well — but there are few signs any will abandon their wait-and-see stance on the nomination. The shift of Roberts to the Chief Justice position won't change the analysis of his qualifications, said Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, "but it will help place that nomination in a broader context, in terms of fundamental rights in America, and Jewish inter- ests and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p05-08 9/6/05 6:10 PM Page 5 -e September 8,2005 Opinion In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post Letters Tradition serves as strong foundation for all levels of obervance in Jewish day school education I would like to commend Jor- dana Bernstein on her response to the question about "fitting into" a Jewish day school when one feels that their own family is not reli- gious. Jordana was right on the mark in her description of the values children will gain from a Jewish day school experience. We all want to instill a strong foundation based on morals and a value system, and what a better place to begin than with our own tradition. As the preschool coordinator at a Jewish day school I am privileged to see first hand how families with very little Jewish practice of their own are able to find their own niche in a Jewish day school. A wise person once said "No one regrets having a Jewish education, but plenty of people regret not having one." I hope that through articles lik...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p05-08 9/6/05 6:47 PM Page 6 -e Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 8,2005 Dallas Doings Sandwich drive tomorrow While virtually every congregation in Dallas is doing their part to assist the Katrina refugees, Congregation Shearith Israel will pitch in to help Family Gateway a downtown home- less shelter, who has been asked to supply food to the many refugees now housed at the Convention Center. Congregation Shearith Israel will host a Sandwich Drive on Friday, Sept. 9 from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Here's what volunteers have been asked to do: Make 24 sandwiches (2 loaves of bread), using peanut butter and jelly turkey, tuna, egg and chicken salad, bologna, and salami; put each sandwich in an individual bag, labeled with contents. Put finished sand- wiches in a grocery bag/box; individual bags of chips, fruit, pret- zels, cookies will be most welcome; bring them to Congregation Shearith Israel, 9401 Douglas Ave., Dallas, Texas 75225 (at the southeast inter- s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p05-08 9/6/05 6:57 PM Page 7 -e September 8,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post DALLAS DOINGS continued from page 6 NCSY, who will lead the discussion. "We will talk about why teens and young adults seek to change their bodies and what Judaism says about the relationship of body and soul." Rabbi Lashak founded Dallas' NCSY in 1991 and has been on the Rabbinical faculty of Yavneh Academy since 1992. Researchers from Emory Univer- sity and Howard University published a study in the Journal of Public Health Policy which indi- cated that 15 to 20 percent of the U.S. teen and young adult popula- tion had tattoos, and that a typical piercing establishment would per- form about 3,000 piercings per year. The numbers have gone up since then. The program will run on Thursday evenings, Sept. 15 and 22, at Starbucks, NE corner Preston Road and Frankford. Free drinks will be served to all teens. For more information, please e-mail admininstrator@southwestncsy.org or visit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p05-08 9/6/05 5:33 PM Page 8 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 8,2005 mm ii ■■ .r Y.f CZi srm imasSi l-it'l1 'iifini rgi| fi l* *i\ M7*8 kT-^w iiJliw ai mi imiiii rir/'iiui CONGREGATION BETH TORAH Large enough to serve you...Small enough to know you. Cordially invites you to join us at our Hi eh Holiday Services Come experience the passion of Rabbi Adam Raskin, as he leads us in observing these holy days. We offer a participatory service in our main sanctuary, a Junior Congregation and a Family service. Childcare is available for a nominal fee. For tickets and information call: (972) 234-1542 720 W. Lookout Drive, Richardson, Texas 75080 www.congregationbethtorah.org Just Say You Saw It In The Texas Jewish Post "IT'S BACK Business Card Exchange Come and network for: *Business contacts 'Referrals •Employment opportunities Aaron Family JCC Upstairs in Teen Wing, Rm. 210 Monday, September 19 5:30 Pm - 6:30 Pm Sponsored by- texas tewtsh Cost Jewish Family ...

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TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p09-ll 9/6/05 4:40 PM Page 9 September 8,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post of the American Jewish commu- nity that seeks a strong wall separating church and state. Orthodox groups often took the alternative view, seeking increased governmental support and funding for religion. Even among the Orthodox, however, Rehnquist had a mixed record. He believed religion should not get any special treatment, either positive or negative. Free exercise protections were limited under Rehnquist, requiring reli- gious liberty advocates to seek congressionally mandated protec- tions for areas like prison accommodations and land use. "You've got this mixed verdict," said Nathan Lewin, the counsel for the National Jewish Coalition on Law and Public Affairs, an Orthodox group. "Jewish groups have been able to operate better in terms of establishment clause con- straints, but the harm that the Rehnquist court has done to the free exercise clause is enormous." Rehnquist wrote th...

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TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p09-ll 9/6/05 6:20 PM Page 10 -e 10 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 8,2005 f eco-safe of Dallas^ iiiiiii Ask About Money Back Guarantee 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 (214/ 358-5201 f 3001 WHEELOCK ST. ^ J' New '05 S-Type 3.0 mo lease* JAGUAR SELECT EDITION CERTIF '99XJR Black 59,000 mi. '01 S-Type Bronze 42,000 mi. '01 XKR Conv. Black...27,000 mi. '01 XKR Conv. Phi 47,000 mi. '01 XK8 Conv. Red 37,000 mi. '01 Vanden PlasSaPh...43,000 mi. '02 X-Type Topai 39,000 mi. '02 X-Type Blue 28,000 mi. '02 X-Type Blue 24,000 mi. '02 X-Type Pac Blue 42,000 mi. '02 X-Type Zircon 45,000 mi. '02 X-Type Zinxn 34,000 mi. '02 S-Type Black 18,500 mi. 02 XK8...

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

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 p09-ll 9/6/05 4:39 PM Page 11 September 8,2005 In Our 59th Year Texas Jewish Post 11 Local couple authors book: ewish: Does It Make a Difference5. By Harriet P. Gross The Nadins — who live right here in Dallas — took an old question and did something fresh and new with it. They cut right to that important query in the first line of their intro- duction: "Yet another book on Jewish identity? After the hundreds of attempts through essays, novels, and short stories to explain — to Jews themselves as well as to others — what Jew is, what more can be said?" These are the questions they asked themselves before they asked The Big Question of others. Almost 300 other Jews, as a matter of fact, from all over the world. Well- known ones, like Nobelist Elie Wiesel, architect Frank Genry (are you as surprised as I to learn that he's Jewish?), designer Diane von Furstenberg (did you know that her mother was a Holocaust survivor?), and the man who is probably Israel's premier ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Jewish Post — 8 September 2005

TJP V59-36 09-08-05 pl2-13 9/6/05 6:28 PM Page 12 -e 12 Texas Jewish Post In Our 59th Year September 8,2005 SlMCHAS New Citizens Gavin Michael Liebnick Tara and Bryan Liebnick of Dallas announce the birth of their son, Gavin Michael, on April 5, 2005, at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. Gavin weighed in at 6 lbs. 4 ozs. and measured 19 1/2 inches. Grandparent honors are shared by Barbara and Allen Liebnick of Piano, Jane Gold of New York and Paul and Suzanne Gold of North Carolina. Gavin, who was given the Hebrew name of Binyamin Mordechai, is named in loving memory of his great grandfather Morton Gold and great grand- mother Bess Raab. Holiday plans? Temple Emanu-EI Young Adults Present The Three Martin Rosh Hashanah October 3. Young adult members - and those not yet members - are invited to bring in the new year with mingling and merriment. 8:00 - 9:30 p.m.: j.iov Rosh Hashanah service in Pollman Hall. 9:30 -11:30 p.m.: Apple martini and honey cake reception in Linz Hall, The even...

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