After six months of national focus, the non-profit foundation supporting a Baltimore-based restorer of pre-World War II European Torahs claimed to be found in dramatic circumstances must “take all reasonable steps necessary” to authenticate the scrolls’ history as well as document their purchase from independent sources, the Maryland Secretary of State announced this week. At issue is the work of Rabbi Menachem Youlus and Save A Torah Inc. (SATI), which supports his finding, purchasing and restoring of Eastern European and other Torah scrolls. Rabbi Youlus’s captivating tales to children and adults alike have gained him the moniker “the Indiana Jones of Torah rescuers.”