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Dallas Doings

Dallas Doings

Dallas Doings

Posted on 11 September 2014

By Linda Wisch-Davidsohn Special Birthday Greetings to Dallasite Ruth Swaab Good wishes to Ruth Swaab, who celebrated her 90th birthday last weekend with family and friends. Ruth, a native of Toledo, Ohio, has been a Dallas resident for 50 years — and a faithful TJP reader and subscriber. I spoke with Ruth last Friday to […] Continue Reading

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9-11 details on display at presidential library

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9-11 details on display at presidential library

Posted on 11 September 2014

By Harriet P. Gross It’s exactly 13 years since the Twin Towers were brought down by a terrorist movement that has grown to menacing adulthood in the interim. September 11, 2001 — A day that lives in infamy, more so even than Pearl Harbor, as proclaimed on Dec. 7, 1941 by President Franklin Roosevelt. It […] Continue Reading

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What’s in a word?

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What’s in a word?

Posted on 11 September 2014

By Rabbi Yerachmiel D. Fried Dear Readers, I would like to share with you part of a dialogue I am in the midst of with a local young man: Rabbi Fried, I noticed in the Babel story: “עם אחד ושפה אחת” which simply says the one people spoke one language, and there is no mention […] Continue Reading

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Around the Town

Around the Town

Around the Town

Posted on 11 September 2014

By Sharon Wisch-Ray Joe Klein recognized for 50 years as a Master Mason On Aug. 23, at Tabernacle Masonic Lodge in Fort Worth, Joe Klein, accompanied by his wife Hannah, was presented with physical recognition of having been a Master Mason for 50 years. The award; a framed certificate and unique lapel pin was presented […] Continue Reading

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High Holiday preparation

Columnists, Shalom From the Shabbat Lady

High Holiday preparation

Posted on 11 September 2014

By Laura Seymour Dear Families, Every day I get more emails from various Jewish companies selling great things for Rosh Hashanah — just got to have that newest apples and honey dish! Nothing against great marketing but is that what the holiday is all about? Too often, getting ready for the holidays means thinking about […] Continue Reading

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Should pregnant women fast?

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Should pregnant women fast?

Posted on 04 September 2014

By Rabbi Yerachmiel D. Fried Rabbi Fried, Research seems to indicate that fasting by pregnant women can lead to “smaller babies who will be more prone to learning disabilities in adulthood.” Since these studies show that fasting can have permanent negative effects for the child and only makes pregnancy more difficult for the woman, why […] Continue Reading

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Remembering Sophie Masloff

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Remembering Sophie Masloff

Posted on 04 September 2014

By Harriet P. Gross My hometown, Pittsburgh, has had only one woman mayor in a history dating back to the Revolution, and she was a beloved Jewish grandmother. The whole city wept when Sophie Masloff was laid to rest in mid-August at age 96. Truly a legend in her own time, Sophie was born in […] Continue Reading

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We all teach 1 way or another

Columnists, Shalom From the Shabbat Lady

We all teach 1 way or another

Posted on 04 September 2014

By Laura Seymour Dear Families, I have many favorite websites (besides Amazon!) and one of them is called ejewishphilanthropy.com. It is not just about giving money — it is really about building community. Jewish education is on our minds as our children are starting school and many adult Jewish education opportunities are beginning. This past […] Continue Reading

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Around the Town

Around the Town

Around the Town

Posted on 04 September 2014

By Sharon Wisch-Ray Two journeys to Israel, separated by six decades … Many thanks to Hollace Weiner and Laurie James who submitted the following story: Two journeys to Israel, separated by six decades … In the summer of 1954, Robert Schur, a young rabbi in Alexandria, Louisiana, traveled to the emerging nation of Israel, courtesy […] Continue Reading

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Dallas Doings

Dallas Doings

Dallas Doings

Posted on 04 September 2014

By Linda Wisch-Davidsohn Dallasite Melvin Weinberg earns doctor of science in Jewish Studies Good wishes to Melvin Weinberg, who received his doctor of Science in Jewish Studies from Chicago’s Spertus institute for Learning and Leadership Sunday, Aug. 24. A life-long Dallas resident, Dr. Weinberg has been a member of Temple Emanu-El for more than 40 […] Continue Reading

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