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Jewish Exponent Sept. 12, 2019

Jewish Exponent Sept. 12, 2019

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OF NOTE Bari Weiss
Talks Anti-
LOCAL Semitism,
How to
Meet the Fight It
New Rabbis
Several rabbis have JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF
debuted locally in
recent weeks. BARI WEISS, AT 35, is a columnist at Michael G. Masters Photo by Jordan Cassway
e New York Times and a veteran of
Page 4 Secure Community
the last decade-plus of American Jewish Network CEO Discusses
BOOKS discourse. Threat Dynamic

Two New Books As an undergrad at Columbia SELAH MAYA ZIGHELBOIM | JE STAFF of the Secure Community Network, the
Consider Israel University, the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, national homeland security initiative of
Today native co-founded Columbians for JEWISH COMMUNITIES FACE a
Dershowitz and Academic Freedom, which charged fac- threat environment more complex than e Jewish Federations of North America
Gordis both look ulty with intimidating Zionist students; ever before in American history. and the Conference of Presidents of Major
at the U.S.-Israel from there, she pronounced on Israel, the American Jewish Organizations. SCN
relationship. relationship between American Jews and That’s according to Michael G. empowers Jewish communities to improve
liberalism and more from Tablet and e Masters, the national director and CEO their security through better awareness,
Page 20 Wall Street Journal before she was hired
by the Times.
Weiss’ new book, her rst, is called
Doc Features How to Fight Anti-Semitism, and is avail-
‘The Little Shul’ able this week. Weiss taxonomizes the
Rowhouse shul hits di erent strains of anti-Semitism at home
festival. and around the globe, and gives some
suggestions on how it might be e ectively
Page 22 countered. She spoke about Tree of Life,
the Diaspora, the Amalek and more.
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Congregations Welcome New Rabbis

LOCAL College in Wyncote. She has rabbi is helping people put into Rabbi Sigal Brier Courtesy of Rabbi Sigal Brier
ERIC SCHUCHT | JE STAFF years of experience as a congre- spotlight that beauty and also
gational rabbi and described help people in dealing with Rabbi Shai Cherry Courtesy of Rabbi Shai Cherry
SEVERAL AREA SYNAGOGUES herself as a scholar, spiritual their challenges, suffering and
welcomed new rabbis this mentor, inspirational teacher, pain. For me, inspiring and to Darwinism. the nexus between science and
summer. artist and musician, with train- helping is really important to Cherry went on to serve for Judaism. In 2007, Cherry wrote
ing in religion, psychology, art, the job.” his first book, Torah Through
Some traveled across the yoga and meditation. Her goal four years as a Mellon Assistant Time: Understanding Bible
country, while others have been is to encourage spiritual con- Brier said the Temple Judea Professor of Jewish Thought Commentary from the Rabbinic
a part of the community for versation, connect with people community welcomed her with at Vanderbilt University in Period to Modern Times. The
decades. We spoke to three of and build community. open arms, and she’s grateful Tennessee. In 2009, he was textbook serves as a user-friendly
themaboutwhatmotivatesthem, for the openness of its mem- ordained at the Ziegler School of guide to Jewish biblical commen-
what their backgrounds are and “I’m looking forward to bers to hear out new ideas, Rabbinic Studies at the American tary. His next book, Coherent
what they’ve got planned for enhancing the reach of my as the rabbi brings “a little Jewish University in California. Judaism, is expected to be
the future. work into another commu- bit of a different flavor to the published sometime next year.
Rabbi Sigal Brier nity and growing something congregation.” Cherry’s research focuses
Temple Judea of Bucks County together,” Brier said, adding on biblical interpretation and
welcomed Rabbi Sigal Brier that the life of a rabbi is “an “The nicest people, well-
in July. interesting and meaningful meaning, very welcoming
path to follow. I’m doing it people,” Brier said. “They are
Born and raised in Israel, she because it’s interesting in a way open and desiring to learn, and
has lived in the Philadelphia that enriches people’s lives.” you can’t ask for much more.”
area for most of her life. She Rabbi Shai Cherry
is a longtime faculty member A yogini for more than 30 Rabbi Shai Cherry made a
at the Kripalu Center for Yoga years, she is trained in many career for himself in the world
and Health in Massachusetts yogic, holistic and psycho-spir- of academia. But since July, he’s
and most recently worked as itual modalities, she said. Brier been at Congregation Adath
a rabbi at large and as spiri- spoke of her ideals in 2013 at Jeshurun, where he replaced
tual leader of Kesher Shalom TEDxCapeMay in a presen- Rabbi Barry Kenter, who
in Abington. tation titled “Be Yourself, No served as interim rabbi for the
Matter What They Say.” She’s past year.
Brier has a master’s degree also been featured on CBS
in organizational psychology Sunday Morning and National Cherry grew up in San
from West Chester University Public Radio. Mateo, California, and most
and a master’s degree in recently worked as a professor
Jewish studies from the “Being with reality is to at the University of San Diego.
Reconstructionist Rabbinical face the challenges of life and He made the decision to move
remember the beauty of it as across the continent to pursue
well,” she said. “So my job as a the pulpit for a change of pace
and new scenery.
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Rabbi Alanna Sklover “I was attracted to AJ career as a teacher, therapist or that what keeps them there is a own way, which is why she’s
because they had recently social worker, but the sense of sense of feeling at home, and interested in innovation.
undergone an extensive community-building and tra- that’s something my family
evaluation of what their dition that Judaism is steeped and I have experienced since “For me, it’s all about
members wanted and in attracted her to a career we joined the community.” Jewish community and about
were willing to contrib- as a rabbi. She started at Or a Judaism that feels both rel-
ute. So this is a relatively Hadash, A Reconstructionist Sklover attended evant and resonate. When
decentralized synagogue Congregation, in August. She Reconstructionist Rabbinical our traditions feel old and
where the membership replaced Joshua Waxman, pres- College in Wyncote, where musty, and our traditions feel
drives the vision, and that ident of the Board of Rabbis of she received her rabbinic like things we are following
was attractive to me,” he Greater Philadelphia, who was ordination with a specializa- because someone once told
said. “I’ve been impressed at Or Hadash for 15 years. tion in the congregational us to or because that’s the
by how thoughtful the rabbinate in 2013. She has a way my grandparents did it,
members have been about Sklover comes to the Fort bachelor’s degree in theater yes, they have meaning, but
integrating me into the Washington congregation from and religion from Goucher they don’t have the same kind
community and pro- the Germantown Jewish Centre, College and studied at Hebrew of contemporary resonance,”
viding me with the best where she worked since 2013 as University of Jerusalem and she said. “For me, it’s about
possible launching pad director of lifelong learning. the Conservative Yeshiva. a Judaism that feels authen-
to be successful in this tic and feels deeply grounded
community.” “I’m excited to be joining the The rabbi joins the congrega- and rooted in tradition in
really wonderful community tion with her wife, Rebecca, and our history and lineage, but
Courtesy of Rabbi Alanna Sklover at Or Hadash,” Sklover said. their 2-year-old daughter, Bina. that also fits and is in line
“I’ve been struck by how warm As a member of the LGBTQ with both our values and the
The rabbi said he decided Rabbi Alanna and welcoming this commu- community, Sklover was profiled rhythm in which we live our
to come to the Elkins Park Sklover nity is and how every member, by the Philadelphia Gay News lives as contemporary folk.” l
congregation because of the Rabbi Alanna Sklover was whether they’ve been a part in July.
type of community its mem- drawn to the rabbinate starting of Or Hadash for 35, 36 years [email protected];
bers have developed. in her senior year of high school. since its founding or just a Sklover said one of her pas- 215-832-0751
At one time, she considered a couple of years, seems to reflect sions is encouraging people to
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FIDF to Honor Husband and Wife at Gala

LOCAL Robert and Carol Summers Courtesy of Margie Chachkin Their FIDF advocacy is rather to IDF soldiers from low
ERIC SCHUCHT | JE STAFF new. A year ago, they were unfa- socioeconomic backgrounds,
expected to pay tribute to the periodontist and Carol miliar with the organization, enabling them to pursue higher
ROBERT AND CAROL men and women of the IDF Summers is a former director but stumbled upon it last spring, education.
Summers shy away from at the gala. The event will be of the Mid-Atlantic Region when they got an email advertis-
praise and attention, but when hosted at Vie in Center City. of American Friends of ing an FIDF trip to Jerusalem “There’s a misconception
it comes to the Friends of the It’ll begin at 5 p.m. with a Hebrew University. They live for Israel’s 70th anniversary. that because there’s so much
Israel Defense Forces, they’ll do cocktail reception, followed by in Gladwyne and have been news about Israel being
anything to support the cause. dinner at 6:45 p.m. and a pro- married for 55 years. They “And we were surprised, prosperous, that everyone’s
gram at 7:30 p.m. Funds raised have three children and seven because once we learned about prosperous,” Robert Summers
So the husband and wife will go toward educational grandchildren and have led it and realized what they did, said. “The people who serve in
accepted the role of honorees programs for IDF soldiers, several Jewish Federation of I was overwhelmed,” Carol the IDF are from all strata of the
at the ninth annual gala hosted wounded veterans and the Greater Philadelphia trips, Summers said. “These men and Israeli population. And many of
by the nonprofit’s Pennsylvania families of fallen soldiers. including Mission 1000, which women are the future of Israel. them do not have (the financial
and Southern New Jersey chap- Carol Summers co-chaired. And the more prepared they ability) to actually seek higher
ter on Sept. 18. Robert Summers is a are to enter life, the more suc- education; it’s just not possible.
cessful Israel will be.” So the IMPACT! scholarship
“That fact that Carol and program really does fill a void.”
I have been picked to be the The couple went on the
honorees is really a secondary trip and came home as FIDF Tzvia Wexler, executive
thing in our minds. The real advocates. They spread word director of the local FIDF chap-
issue is the organization, not of the nonprofit to friends, ter, said for the Summers, the
us,” Robert Summers said. “It’s family and acquaintances. first “F” in FIDF doesn’t stand
not something we sought. If Robert Summers even told his for friends, but for family.
the goal is achieved of bringing patients about the organiza-
more money and attention to the tion. They have hosted Israeli “We’d like to honor them
organization, we’d be thrilled.” soldiers in their home, too. because they are incredible,”
Wexler said. “They walk with
The FIDF was established in “Just think of what would their hearts. They don’t walk
1981 by a group of Holocaust have happened if Israel lost with their heads when it comes
survivors to offer educational, one war since 1948,” Robert to the soldiers. And when I saw
cultural, recreational and social Summers said. “It’s not like their commitment and support
programs and facilities to IDF baseball — you can’t be 5-1. and love to the IDF soldiers,
soldiers. Today, the organiza- You have to be 6-0.” immediately I thought this was
tion has more than 150,000 the people I’d like to honor,
supporters with 24 chapters The Summers have and that’s what we did.” l
across the U.S. and Panama. contributed to FIDF programs
like the IMPACT! scholarship, [email protected];
More than 900 people are a program that grants four- 215-832-0751
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Magerman Opens Kosher Dairy Restaurant Zagafen


DAVID MAGERMAN will be Some selections from the menu at Zagafen Photo by Joanna Rottini
the first to tell you that he never
saw himself as a restaurateur. soon after it opened. He felt In the last two years, Dodge not quite cover their standards that they could put out a high-
that there were “too many said, Citron & Rose was res- of kashrut; for that reason, quality selection at an appro-
The businessman and opinions in the kitchen, if you cued from a moribund slog, Magerman decided that a sec- priate price point for cholov
philanthropist is interested know what I mean.” and refashioned into the sort of ond kitchen serving similar Yisroel food.
in serving kosher food to the place that does, say, 150 covers food would allow for groups
kosher diners of Bala Cynwyd A few years later, as on a Sunday. Two years ago, it with mixed distinctions of But both Magerman
only to the extent that it enables Magerman became con- was a struggle to get 15, Dodge kashrut to all go out to Zagafen. and Dodge are pleased with
him to continue to support vinced that the Dairy Cafe said. The cholov stam and cholov the menu. Dodge noted an
Jewish day schools, he said, was not going to succeed and Yisroel meals are cooked in abundance of families, and
with an emphasis on Kohelet that Citron & Rose needed to With Zagafen, Magerman different kitchens, served with especially people with stroll-
Yeshiva High School. undergo serious changes, he and Dodge kept the larger different plates and different ers, coming through Zagafen.
decided to knock on Dodge’s project in mind — to provide silverware and then whisked “That’s a terrific sign for us,”
His projects included Citron door. Funny enough, Dodge an attractive social setting back to their respective kitch- he said.
& Rose, now Citron & Rose happens to be his next- for kashrut­-minded families, ens to be cleaned.
Tavern and Market, and the door neighbor in Gladwyne. from the Main Line mainstays And for Magerman, who
Dairy Cafe. The former, after Magerman proposed that to those who moved there Logistically speaking, “it’s wants to prove that kosher
years of struggle, has finally Dodge and ZHG remake Citron to be close to Kohelet. This actually not difficult” to make restaurants can be a profitable
begun to see a path toward & Rose in their image, and help go-round, however, they added sure the dishes and silver- venture on the Main Line,
profitability, according to replace the Dairy Cafe with a few wrinkles that have, thus ware are kept totally separate, Zagafen feels like the first of
Magerman, but the latter something new. Dodge happily far, resulted in successful eve- Magerman said. “For better or these projects that is truly
is kaput. obliged, partially out of respect nings for the restaurant. worse, I can afford it.” Zagafen “his.” Zagafen, he said, feels
for Magerman. will employ an extra mashgi- like the first restaurant he ever
In its place is Magerman’s The one that has sparked ach, or kosher supervisor. opened.
latest attempt to provide restau- “David’s passion for his the most conversation is the
rant-quality kosher food on community, and what he’s decision to operate two kitch- As of now, the cholov stam In the meantime, both he
Montgomery Avenue: Zagafen, done with these restaurants, I ens: one certified as cholov menu dwarfs its counter- and Dodge think you should
a dairy restaurant that opened believe he’s probably a one-of- stam, and another certified as part; Magerman is aware of try the spaghetti squash. l
at the end of the August. a-kind, not just in this area, but cholov Yisroel. For some, the the discrepancy, and said that
maybe globally,” Dodge said. cholov stam designation does the ZHG team did not yet feel [email protected];
The restaurant, which has 215-832-0740
both cholov stam and cholov
Yisroel kitchens, serves
Neapolitan pizza, a variety of
homemade pastas, fish and a
wide range of vegetables. And,
for the first time, Magerman
feels like he’s really nailed it,
with the help of the Zavino
Hospitality Group, responsible
for restaurants like Tredici and

“This is what they do for
a living. This is their profes-
sion, and they’re really great
at it,” Magerman said of ZHG,
calling its co-founder, Greg
Dodge, a “restaurant genius.”

Says Dodge: “Zagafen is
the best restaurant I’ve ever

The relationship between
Magerman and Zavino began
when the original Citron &
Rose was in its early stages.
Dodge and his team at ZHG
were partially responsible for
that first iteration, but Dodge
was gone from the operation


Israeli Lacrosse
Team Helps HERE’S TO A NEW
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Best wishes for an exceptional new year from Abington’s
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ERIC SCHUCHT | JE STAFF ers on Team Kenya, many of Park Life Plan Community, Rydal Waters will offer elegant,
whom slipped and fell while maintenance-free cottages, with the promise of future care,
IT’S UNUSUAL FOR a chasing the ball. if ever needed. Construction is now underway, with Phase I
sports team to go out of its slated to open in the new year!
way to help give its opponents e reason, Team Israel later
an advantage, but that was learned, was that Team Kenya’s
the case with Team Israel’s players didn’t have cleats.
Women’s Under-19 lacrosse
team on Aug. 6 at the World Team Kenya had ordered
Lacrosse Championships in cleats for the tournament,
Peterborough, Ontario. according to Southern Jewish
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Lacrosse best experience they could at
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Continued from Page 9
e gesture brought the two
the players’ slipping and slid- teams together. Freedman said
ing was Michael Duvdevani, it became a common sight to
who was there to support his see the players from both teams
daughter Ella, playing for Team waving and hugging each other.
Israel. e founder and CEO of
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in Alabama, Duvdevani wanted incredible moments, one of the
to do something to help Team most incredible experiences
Kenya, so he reached out to their that I’ve ever had,” Freedman
coach and coordinated parents said. “All of us are just smiling
of Team Israel players to make ear to ear about this opportu-
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‘Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’ Donates Money to $1,000 — will be lifted, New York City Health and over,” Heifetz said.
to Tree of Life Rebuilding Fund Commissioner Oxiris Barbot called on residents to Goldstein was shot at close range with an assault
THE PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE has announced continue having their children immunized.
that it will donate its Pulitzer Prize award of $15,000 rifle by alleged gunman John Earnest during the
for coverage of the mass shooting at the Tree of Life*Or There were 654 measles cases reported as of Sept. 3 April 27 attack near San Diego. Chabad member Lori
L’Simcha synagogue building to the congregations, as part of the outbreak, which began in October 2018. Kaye was killed and two others aside from Goldstein
according to the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle. That’s the most in 30 years. The outbreak was traced were shot.
to an unvaccinated child who contracted measles
The gift is intended, said Post-Gazette Executive during an Israel trip. Rabbi Sentenced to Prison for Role in
Editor Keith Burris, as a contribution toward rebuilding. Prostitution, Trafficking Case
New York state lawmakers revoked religious and Rabbi Aryeh Goodman of East Brunswick, New
The Post-Gazette also announced it will sponsor a personal-belief exemptions for vaccines in June, with Jersey, received an 18-month prison sentence for his
yearly gathering in honor of the victims of the Tree unvaccinated students having 14 days from the begin- role in a case involving the human trafficking and
of Life shootings. The event will be “devoted to an ning of school to prove they had received each prostitution of a 17-year-old girl, JTA reported.
exploration of how free speech and free thought can immunization’s first dose.
be used to confront hate speech and violence and Goodman, 37, also will have a year of supervised
overcome both with decency and love,” Burris said. Rabbi Injured in Poway Shooting Gets release.
Removable Prosthetic Finger
NYC Measles Outbreak in Orthodox Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, who lost an index finger in Goodman pleaded guilty to a charge of interstate
Neighborhoods Believed Over the Chabad of Poway shooting attack in April, has travel in aid of a racketeering enterprise, according to
An emergency order requiring measles vaccines in received a lifelike prosthetic finger, JTA reported. WCBS-New York.
New York City’s Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods
will be lifted because the outbreak concentrated there Sam Heifetz of Orthocraft Prosthetic and Orthotic The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office said
is believed to be over, JTA reported, citing a Sept. 3 Services in Brooklyn, New York, created the silicone Goodman met the teen at a hotel on Feb. 1, 2018 after
Associated Press report. prosthetic, which is meant to help Goldstein’s hand answering an online advertisement, then paid to have
function properly. It is removed for sleep. sex with her. He was running a religious learning
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been no new infections. “His lost finger during the horrific attack in
his synagogue is a physical reminder of hate but Goodman already was registered as a high-risk
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Weiss to go report on a story; I ended attacks before — I outline them Bari Weiss Photo by Sam Bloom
up flying home to Pittsburgh extensively in my book — but
Continued from Page 1 just to bear witness to what this nothing was really at this level, that people really understand horrible, and they’re vile and
white supremacist had done and then when Poway happened that rising anti-Semitism — they’re wrong. But they don’t
Why did you write this book? to my community, and sort of six months later, it was just, like, the most obvious victims are suggest that Jews are the secret
I was supposed to write witness the reaction to it. wow, this is more than a one- the Jews. But the other victim, hand controlling the world.
off, this rising tide of hatred. the one that we forget about, is And that’s something that’s
another book, and I’m on con- My Jewish identity is fun- everyone else. just much more essentially
tract to write that book when damental to who I am. It’s The positive thing that came dangerous to us.
I’m done promoting this one. something I’ve always been out of it is that at first glance, Because in a society where
But on the morning of Oct. 27, I very engaged with. But this sort what happened in Pittsburgh anti-Semitism is sort of out The reason that I want to
was in Phoenix, Arizona, where of took it to a different level, was another pogrom. The differ- in the open, it is the signi- connect Amalek and Robert
I was supposed to give a speech and in the weeks and months ence historically is that, typically, fier that the society is dead Bowers, in the same way that I
the next day when I got a text following the massacre, I just the surrounding community or dying. And the desire to want to connect, I don’t know,
in our family chat from my found myself drawn back and and the authorities abetted in the fight anti-Semitism comes the conversos of Spain in the
youngest sister saying, “There’s back again to this topic, and attack, or stood by and watched from anyone that understands 1400s to the conversion out
a shooter at Tree of Life.” it really felt like something I the attack happen. that fact about history, and a of Judaism that people had to
absolutely had to write about. deep desire to make sure that enact in the Soviet Union, is
Tree of Life is the synagogue The opposite happened in America doesn’t succumb. just to show that the things
where I became a Bat Mitzvah You make the case that the Pittsburgh. There was just an that we’re experiencing are
in 1997, in Squirrel Hill, the Pittsburgh shooting was an absolute outpouring of solidar- In the book, you put Robert not (just) now. I think that
neighborhood where I grew era-defining event for the ity, and a real visceral sense Bowers, the Pittsburgh shooter, maybe we’ve been lulled into
up. Mister Rogers happened to JewishcommunityinAmerica. from our neighbors that an and the Amalek on a contin- complacency a little bit. I feel
grow up down the street. The negative consequences of attack on the Jewish commu- uum. What made you do that? like I’ve been on a holiday
that are manifestly obvious. nity was an attack on them, I’m thinking about that espe- from history for most of my
And it’s a place where my But what opportunities do too. And coming forward to cially in the context of what life as an American Jew. And I
dad sometimes goes on Shabbat you see, post-Pittsburgh, for defend us and stand by our you describe as the genteel think it’s important for people
morning. Thank God he wasn’t American Jews? side wasn’t, like, a favor. It was anti-Semitism of midcentury to understand, as disorient-
there, but 11 of our neighbors them standing up to defend WASPs as not being of an elim- ing and scary as this moment
were, many of them he knew and It’s not as if there weren’t their values and their right to inationist character, but more, can feel, that we’ve been here,
some of them I did. I was sup- live full and unashamed lives. “Well, I hope my daughter many, many times before. That
posed to go to Israel that week doesn’t marry a Jewish person.” could maybe feel despairing,
The day after the attack, at but to me it’s very comfort-
HOST COMMITTEE: VICKI & GARY ERLBAUM Soldiers & Sailors, a big civic That’s kind of the distinc- ing, actually, to know that this
center in Pittsburgh, there tion between what I think of is part of the chain of our
was an interfaith service. as anti-Jewish prejudice and history, and there are lessons
And at that interfaith service anti-Semitism, which is an to be learned.
— hundreds of people — the eliminationist conspiracy the-
mourner’s Kaddish was recited ory. But obviously, like, people Bari Weiss will be the
in Hebrew. And the Pittsburgh who say, “We don’t want Jews keynote speaker at the Main
Post-Gazette, which is our to join our country club,” “we Event, the Jewish Federation of
paper, printed the words of don’t Jews to move next door,” Greater Philadelphia’s biggest
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resilience and preparedness. themselves for a potential whether it’s issues of identity deployed. visit:
“The complexity is stem- threat. or looking at my own kids who “They’re undertaking some
go to a Jewish day school, and I
ming from the diverse threat “People used to often ask, ‘Is recognizing the critical impor- really good initiatives that, in
streams that we’re seeing,” this necessary? Why do I need tance that, for all the decisions the future, are really going to Screening for other
said Masters, who was in this?’” Masters said. “Now, we that we are able to make, that help with the safety and secu- Jewish Genetic Diseases
Philadelphia on Sept. 9 for the see the vast majority of people we have the luxury of mak- rity of the Jewish community
Joshua Society Fall Event. “One, asking, ‘What’s the best way to ing, about how we practice and as a whole,” Riehl said. “They also available.
there are a variety of ideological do it? How can we do this most the diversity of that practice or have significantly increased
motivators, a greater extent of effectively?’” what it looks like for me versus their cooperation and assis- This message is sponsored by a friend of
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organizations, domestic violent implementing simple com- drive it, is someone else trying tionships are just going to get
extremists, everything from mon-sense practices, such as to instill fear and intimidation, stronger and stronger under more for the Olympics than
lone actors or individuals oper- locking doors or practicing to dictate who and how we are.” (Masters’) leadership.” we do for a preseason game.
ating on their own, even though drills. These are, in many ways, our
they might be radicalized right SCN works closely with the The High Holidays, which Olympics each year.”
at work or online, to organized Masters noted that SCN’s Jewish Federation of Greater are just around the corner,
groups that can be both state most requested training is Philadelphia, as it does with can shift the threat dynamic, But, Masters stressed, it’s
and nonstate actors. on situational awareness and Jewish Federations and other Masters said, as there are more important to implement secu-
detecting suspicious activity. organizations throughout the people in the synagogue, many rity measures all year round
“So we see a resurging Al Paying attention to surround- country. of whom might not be there as and not just during the High
Qaeda and an increasingly ings can improve safety in often and may be less familiar Holidays.
innovative so-called Islamic environments outside the syn- Jewish Federation Director with emergency procedures.
State and Iran, which is alarm- agogue or JCC as well, such of Security Frank Riehl said An example of how being
ingly adaptive in its ability to as at the gas station or when he has worked with the orga- To help address this chal- prepared can save lives might
manipulate cybertools while crossing the street. nization since his onboarding, lenge, SCN is hosting a national actually be the shooting in
at the same time supporting when he spent a full day at the webinar on Sept. 16 about best Pittsburgh, he noted.
historic proxies like Hamas The importance of secu- organization’s headquarters, practices for the High Holidays.
and Hezbollah, to say nothing rity in the Jewish community and is still constantly in com- The webinar is open to the pub- Less than eight weeks
of the threat posed by neo- is about more than just mak- munication with them. SCN lic. To RSVP, email [email protected] before the attack, Brad Orsini,
Nazis and white supremacists ing sure Jewish spaces are safe, provides him with intelligence, SecureCommunityNetwork. the director of Jewish com-
and violent white nationalists.” Masters said. Security allows for opportunities for training org. munity security for the
the free practice of religion, for programs and, if needed, per- Jewish Federation of Greater
After a year of rising Jewish life to grow and flourish. sonnel that can be quickly “It’s prudent that we take Pittsburgh, went to the Tree
anti-Semitism and two syn- additional measures,” Masters of Life building for a threat
agogue shootings, Jewish “Looking at the situation said. “It is the same as we train assessment. During that assess-
communities are looking at that we face as a community, ment, he found that some of the
security much differently than emergency exits were blocked.
they were before. Requests for Those exits were cleared and
SCN’s services, like webinars then used by people to get
and trainings, have multiplied, out of the building during the
Masters said. attack. He also conducted an
active threat training.
Complicating the situation
even more is the different ways “Our greatest enemy in
a threat can look, he said. There this is, I firmly believe, not
are violent attacks like what Al Qaeda or ISIS or white
was seen at the synagogues supremacists or neo-Nazis,
in Pittsburgh and Poway, but even an active shooter, it’s our
there are also cyberattacks, mentality, our own sense of ‘It
such as through social media, can’t happen here’ that pre-
which can leave communities vents us from being proactive,”
feeling vulnerable. Then, on Masters said. “Certainly since
top of all of that, there is the Pittsburgh and Poway, we’ve
reality of mass shootings. seen a general shift in mindset
of let’s be prepared and let’s be
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Anti-Semitism Doesn’t Discriminate: Why Should We?

BY JOSHUA RUNYAN attacks have demonstrated that happens to be Jewish. century, the word “Jew” will whit about our identity or our
to be Jewish in America is to I know this, because, like most likely be associated with politics; why should we?
ALMOST TWO DECADES be born a target. And yet, we skullcaps, beards and/or side-
into the 21st century, few people continue to fight amongst our- many of you, I have been on the locks. The attacks in Pittsburgh What makes anti-Semitism
— and they’re getting fewer with selves in assigning blame, with receiving end of classic, text- — at a Conservative synagogue so uniquely destructive, as
each passing day — deny that various groups asserting that book anti-Semitism in every — and in Poway, at a Chabad opposed to all the other isms
the scourge of anti-Semitism we either far-right white suprem- place I’ve lived. Dallas? Check. House, didn’t have anything to that have stained world his-
so triumphantly relegated to the acists are the primary danger Baltimore? You betcha. Coral do with a particular religious tory for millennia, is how easy
pages of the 20th century has or that Nation of Islam leader Springs, Florida? Philadelphia? practice as it did with target- it is for its targets to excuse
reared its ugly head once more. Louis Farrakhan and his sup- ing an identifiable Jewish place, or outright deny its presence
porters are the preeminent Absolutely. and the people therein. in particular corners of soci-
Not that anti-Semitism threat to Jewish lives. (The one exception was in ety. In fact, it’s been there all
ever really went away, but Jerusalem, but when I lived there, The same is true for the along, everywhere we might
from Pittsburgh to Poway to That we are even having this it was a part of everyday life to deadly shootings outside a have thought were our allies
the handful of predominantly debate is ludicrous. The fact suspect that your particular bus Jewish community center sev- and our communal safety.
Jewish enclaves throughout is neither David Duke or the ride could end in a suicide attack eral years ago in Overland Germany was once a beacon of
Brooklyn, New York, headlines black man suspected of throw- by an Arab terrorist.) Park, Kansas, and a nearby Jewish achievement, its Jewish
of deadly and other vicious ing a rock at the head of a Those yelling obscenities at Jewish retirement village, community having achieved
Lubavitch Chasid in Prospect me, from “dirty Jew” to “f--- attacks in which not a single the highest levels of society.
Park — an attack that some on ing kike,” could have passed for Jewish person was killed. To And the United States could
the right attributed, to vary- a sample of the United Nations. the shooter, a neo-Nazi now one day end up the same way.
ing degrees, to Farrakhan, and The particular race of the hater on death row, his three victims
others on the left seemingly didn’t matter. What mattered might as well have been Jewish. We forget that fact at our
excused as the natural out- was that I was Jewish. peril, even as we pray that such
growth of racial strife owing Of course, it’s pretty easy Which is why it is the height a future never befall us again.
to gentrification — partic- to pick me out of a crowd, of stupidity for us, with so
ularly cares whether you’re a with my long, flowing beard, many dead, to split off into So what should we be doing
Republican or a Democrat, an yarmulke and tzitzit hanging camps pinpointing which instead of arguing with each
AIPAC supporter or J Street down from my waist. That brand of anti-Semitism is the other? How about embrac-
member. To the person who probably helps explain the most dangerous, or which ing anew our shared Jewish
hates Jews, it is the Jew who is attacks against the haredi com- political camp offers us the identity and our collective
the target, not the person who munity, more than anything most safety. The purveyors Jewish experience?
else: Even in this “modern” of anti-Semitism care not a
See Runyan, Page 18

Making Sense of Death

BY ROBIN GOLDWYN BLUMENTHAL But if that’s true, does death the spirit that we respond to in Pittsburgh, and my young like the height of ingratitude
mean the opposite? with love, is no longer there. daughter-in-law was killed by to just take a can of black paint
BIRTH IS G-D SAYING you a drunk and unlicensed driver. and throw it all over my life.”
matter. Only if you see life as Death is perhaps the great- Not long before that, I lost my
starting at birth. Indeed, est mystery of life. It is always husband of 35 years to cancer, Similarly, one week after
I learned that from my first Jewish wisdom teaches that tragic, but as the anniversary and my mother. the Chabad of Poway shoot-
teacher of Torah, Rabbi Simon the soul comes down from its of the Tree of Life synagogue ing, Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein
Jacobson, a scribe for the lofty place, where it has been attack nears, and as I reflect on How to make sense out of appeared on the program My
Lubavitcher Rebbe and author basking in the radiance of the the senselessness of recent vio- any of this? Life: Chassidus Applied, and
of Toward a Meaningful Life, an Divine presence, to elevate lence and of the deaths of those told its host, Jacobson, “We
introduction to Jewish philosophy. this lowly world and make it close to me, the subject holds By turning to the teachings suffer, we question, but we’re
into a dwelling place for God. even greater relevance. of Torah. Rachelle Fraenkel, not going to be defined by
When the soul’s “unique and whose 16-year-old son Naftali our questions.” When tragedy
indispensable mission ends, it This year, 79 people were was murdered along with two strikes, we ask, “What are we
continues its spiritual journey killed in mass shootings, other teenage boys by terrorists going to do about it?”
in other realms,” having left a including Lori Kaye, a founder in Israel five years ago, told me:
lasting impact on this world, at Chabad of Poway, who also “Don’t ask, ‘Why did this hap- Goldstein, who transcended
Jacobson told me. derived great comfort from the pen to me?’ We are encouraged himself to spread a message
teachings found in Toward a to ask the question, ‘Where am of hope even after his terrible
Of course, this presumes Meaningful Life. She was killed I going to take this?’” Fraenkel, experience, was inspired by
the existence of a soul. But during Passover as she was pre- a Torah educator who embod- his teacher, Rabbi Menachem
although we don’t yet have the paring to honor her mother ies grace and joy, continues to Mendel Schneerson, the
tools to measure it, as any- with a Jewish prayer to remem- feel the pain of her loss. But she Lubavitcher Rebbe, who taught
one who has ever regarded the ber the dead. Last October, 11 refuses to let it dominate her that a little light dispels a
body of a deceased loved one worshipers were gunned down life. Blessed with so much, she
can attest, the animating force, at the Tree of Life synagogue said at Sinai Indaba, “it seems See Blumenthal, Page 18




Engaging Millennials Israel is labeled as an apartheid society, committing war crimes and stealing
HAVING READ QUITE a bit about millennials’ disdain for the synagogue Palestinian land. Israelis are depicted as invaders, oppressors and human rights
model and financial barriers to synagogue membership, I don’t believe the one- abusers — so they should be shunned.
year-free model (“Remove Millennial Synagogue Participation Barriers,” Aug.
29) is the answer to engaging those who feel the synagogue does not offer what BDS tactics include:
they are seeking. Boycott — Pressuring individuals (through letters/visits/shaming) not to go
to Israel. Their targets include government officials, actors, musicians, authors,
How will the congregation and other shuls adapt to what millennials are sports teams, conferences, academic visits, organization bookings. This goes two
seeking — providing a sense of community and spirituality that is very different ways: Israelis are not invited or included in international competitions, confer-
from what their parents sought? Beyond this, lessening the financial barrier for ences, visiting professorships, think tank meetings.
one year does not address the long-term financial barriers; rather, it becomes a Divestment — Banks and pension managers are urged to unload stocks /
marketing tool to bring individuals in the door. The question is: How do you monies and no new money to finance Israeli companies, or to buy Israel Bonds.
intend to keep them there? Sanctions — Get the United Nations to denounce Israel, embargo important
items, prevent Israel from getting needed weapons and other goods to weaken it
Rachel Ezekiel-Fishbein | Elkins Park and inflict great economic damage.
Reps. Ilan Omar and Rashida Tlaib’s unembarrassed call for Congress to
Membership Not a Priority for Many endorse BDS is anti-Semitism on steroids.
First, anyone can come to synagogue on Shabbat without being a member.
The only time it matters is High Holidays. If High Holidays are the only time Roberta E. Dzubow | Plymouth Meeting
you want to come, even a free membership wouldn’t get you there any more
often. All synagogues will make financial provisions for those really in need. Covfefe Logic
Unfortunately, there are those who don’t see membership as a priority in their I reject Jack Elbaum’s (“Don’t Use Tragedy to Win Political Points,” Aug. 15)
lives and blame the cost. covfefe logic. Is there anyone — outside, perhaps, of the online denizens of 8chan
or the ZOA — who believes that if Hillary Clinton had won the Electoral College
Synagogues have expenses just like all businesses. They have a building to as well as the popular vote, that the alt-right white supremacists cockroaches
maintain, heat, air conditioning, electric and payroll, just to mention a few. would have felt so gloriously emboldened as to crawl out of the woodwork to
stage the deadly “Unite the Right” Charlottesville rally in 2017?
The problem with Conservative Judaism is not the cost, but rather the lack of
interest. Many young Jews are satisfied to say they are Jewish without making the In short, Elbaum’s analysis displays — as someone recently said — a “total
commitment to synagogue community. lack of knowledge.” Sad.

Shelley Geltzer | Holland, Pa. Brad Shaw | Columbia, Maryland

History Revisited Caring About Israel
I must express my surprise that Mort Klein, the national president of the Zionist The assertion was recently made in this section that “most moderate, centrist
Organization of America, could put President Donald Trump ahead of Harry and progressive Democrats care about Israel” (Kvetch ’N’ Kvell, Aug. 15), a con-
Truman, who helped create the state of Israel, or Richard Nixon, who oversaw tention that, though assumed by some and wished for by others, is disputed by
the resupply of the Israel Defense Forces during the darkest days of the Yom the most recent Pew and Gallup polls on the subject. That is, unless the “care”
Kippur War (Kvetch ’N’ Kvell, Sept. 5). referenced is that very special kind of “care” reserved for Israel by Reps. Rashida
Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
It seems like an obvious oversight and an inaccurate assessment of history to me.
Though many lovers and defenders of Israel are, and have long been, loyal
Drew Dubester | Huntingdon Valley and generous supporters of the Democrat party, it must now, unfortunately, be
recognized that their sentiments are no longer shared by their party’s trending
Fighting Gun Violence new majority — a majority, led by the aforementioned triumvirate of BDS sup-
In response to “Local Israelis Reflect on Gun Laws, Gun Culture” (Aug. 22), the porting anti-Semites, that will surely influence Democrat platforms and actions
Israeli government has gotten it right in terms of protecting its citizens against into the future.
gun violence. It’s a stark contrast to our government.
To delude oneself otherwise, though perhaps momentarily consoling, fosters
What will it take for our government to do the same? How many more inno- a complacency that can only prove detrimental to the interests of Israel and, by
cent lives will be lost due to gun shootings/gun violence? When will common extension, the Jewish community. Hopefully, realization of this condition will
sense gun safety laws be adopted? I’m so frustrated. Other than writing to our spur that party’s substantial and influential Jewish support base to exercise all
elected officials, and voting in our upcoming elections, what else can a concerned means available to amend this disturbing reality. l
individual do?
Elliott Tessler | Philadelphia
Paula Lowenthal | Ambler

Understating BDS Statement From the Publisher
The anti-Israel boycott, divestment and sanctions movement is far more harmful
and dangerous than is asserted by Myron Bassman (Kvetch ’N’ Kvell, Aug. 15). We are a diverse community. The views expressed in the opinion columns and letters published in the Jewish
BDS is a carefully planned operation to isolate Israel and bring about its demise.
Exponent are those of the authors. They do not necessarily reflect the views of the officers and boards of the
Jewish Publishing Group and/or the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia. Send letters to [email protected] or fax to 215-569-3389. Letters should be a maximum of 200 words and may be edited for clarity
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Stop Saying Women Convert Runyan bring it out into the streets.
Just for Marriage The absolute last thing we
Continued from Page 16
BY KYLIE ORA LOBELL my observance. I was an atheist, so like we were in Egypt. When you should do is quibble amongst
it wasn’t an easy adjustment. accuse someone of converting The only real and effective ourselves, when our brothers
WHENEVER A CELEBRITY for somebody or for marriage, response to anti-Semitism is and sisters are bleeding.
decides to convert to Judaism, But I kept on pushing you are diminishing their devo- Jewish pride, refusing to bend,
headlines like this abound: through, because when I went tion and labeling them as an to apologize or to hide. Where With Rosh Hashanah
to Friday night dinners, I felt “other.” You are not welcoming the anti-Semite seeks to render beckoning, may the New Year
“Karlie Kloss confirms con- a part of the Jewish people. them in with open arms. synagogues empty, we should finally bring us real peace
version to Judaism to marry When I read the Torah, I felt pack them full with worship- — among ourselves and our
Joshua Kushner.” a sense of calm wash over If you look at what Karlie pers. Where the anti-Semite surroundings. l
me. When I learned the laws, Kloss has said about converting, seeks to spark fear, we should
“Zooey Deschanel joins they made sense. Throughout it’s beautiful, and I could not ignite joy. Where Judaism is Rabbi Joshua Runyan is the former
these other stars who changed my process, people would ask have said it better myself: “It being lived in private, we should editor-in-chief of the Jewish
their religion for love.” me, “Are you converting for wasn’t enough to just love Josh Exponent.
Daniel?” and make this decision for him Blumenthal
“Converting for Love (Like … This is my life and I am an expressly forbidden. When his
Natalie Portman’s Husband)? I’d say, “No. Are you kidding? independent, strong woman.” Continued from Page 15 accusers threatened him with
The Talmud Forbids It.” I’m doing this for me.” a gun, saying, “This toy has
While falling in love can be lot of darkness. made many people talk,” the
Written in this way, these The beit din assesses your the catalyst for this lifestyle, ulti- The Poway rabbi’s approach rebbe answered, “This toy may
headlines — and the articles that sincerity when you’re convert- mately, it is up to the convert to frighten one who has many
follow — perpetuate the idea ing. I had to meet with my rabbi continue on with it. And while was influenced by the example gods and one world; but I have
that people, especially women, several times, over the course of they’re taking the steps, and of the Rebbe, who responded but one God and two worlds, so
convert to Judaism in order to several years, before he deter- certainly once they have taken to a 1950s terrorist attack in if you take this one away from
get married. This framing puts mined I was ready to go to the them, it is up to us to make them Kfar Chabad in Israel in which me, I still have the next, which
conversion on the same level as, mikvah, or Jewish ritual bath. feel welcome and at home. five students were murdered is the eternal one. My life is
say, a prenup, or, in a more cyni- When I was at the mikvah, he while at prayer by immedi- granted to me for the purpose
cal light, an ultimatum. asked me if I was prepared to I am very open about being ately establishing a vocational of teaching Torah to my fellow
take on all the mitzvot (com- a convert, and thankfully, most school and a printing house in Jews, and if I cannot do that,
There are some people who mandments) to the best of my of the people I’ve encountered their memory. then my life is worthless to me.”
convert to Judaism for marriage ability. He asked me if I was in my community have been
— maybe at the demand of an aware that the Jewish people are not only welcoming to me, but These reactions seem almost These illuminating principles
in-law or even a partner — but so widely hated. have treated me like I’m part of superhuman. But Jewish wis- are readily accessible to us, as
I’ve never met a convert like this. their families. dom dictates our response. I are many wonderful teachers to
“What would you do if there remember paying a condolence help guide us in the optimal way
Converting to Judaism is was another Holocaust?” he There are times when I do call to Jacobson after his father to approach life and death. The
complicated. It requires a com- said. I told him, “I’d go with my feel like the other, like when died many years ago. It was early mourner’s Kaddish, the Jewish
plete overhaul of your belief people.” I go to a wedding and I don’t in my journey toward Jewish prayer for the dead, makes no
system, along with rigorous know any of the Israeli songs observance and I was apprehen- mention of the mourner, the
study, the giving up of familiar Even though it is offensive, people are singing along to, or I sive about how to relate to my one mourned or our sorrow.
rituals and sometimes familial I can understand why some can’t find an English siddur in a teacher during a time of grief. According to Maurice Lamm,
relationships, and an acknowl- would question converts. The shul. But I just stop and remind But the entire family seemed so author of The Jewish Way in
edgment of the fact that you are history of the Jewish people is myself how little time I’ve been composed in the face of their Death and Mourning, Kaddish is
joining a people who have been so rife with tragedy that it can a Jew in comparison to every- personal tragedy. I had fallen “a call to God from the depths of
hated, for no logical reason, ever lead people to be pessimistic one else. I still have a long way apart at the death of my own catastrophe, exalting His name
since they came into existence. or skeptical. However, those to go and a lot to learn. father several years before, and I and praising Him despite the real-
who convert for disingenuous marveled at their equanimity in ization that He has just wrenched
I would know because I am a reasons are not truly converts. When it comes to how we the face of their loss. This helped a human being from life.”
convert. And, like most converts, talk about converts, we have a inspire me to continue my jour-
I didn’t convert for marriage. I If you are not sincere when you long way to go. Instead of talking ney toward observance. But the Master of the World
converted for myself. go to the mikvah, your conver- about conversions in the con- mourns too when one of His
sion is automatically invalid. This text of marriage, and instead of There are myriad stories of children dies. G-d suffers, as
My now-husband Daniel was a famous ruling from Rabbi judging, let’s be openhearted. Jewish sages and rebbes who it were, just as we do. All who
introduced me to traditional Yitzchak Schmelkes, who wrote in Converts strengthen the Jewish provide lasting examples of experience such loss can take com-
Judaism when we met nine 1876, “If he undergoes conversion people. They love us. And we how to deal with the inevi- fort from the idea that, as Lamm
years ago. He took me to a and accepts upon himself the yoke should love them, too. l table pain and suffering that writes, “when human beings
Chabad house for a Friday of the commandments, while in touches us all. A story is shared recite the Kaddish, they offer G-d
night dinner, and from there, his heart he does not intend to Kylie Ora Lobell is a copywriter, about a Lubavitch rebbe who consolation for this loss.” l
I was so intrigued that I ended perform them — it is the heart editor, marketer and publicist who was arrested and taken to a
up going to Jewish classes and that God wants and [therefore] he has written for The Jewish Journal Soviet prison where he faced an Robin Goldwyn Blumenthal, a
decided to convert through an has not become a proselyte.” of Los Angeles, Aish, Chabad and almost certain death sentence. former senior editor at Barron’s
Orthodox beit din. Tablet Magazine. This originally His crime? Bravely spreading magazine, is a playwright who
The Torah clearly tells us to appeared at the knowledge of Torah when writes about Jewish themes.
For the next five years, I kept love converts and to not make the teaching of any religion was
learning, took on a kosher diet, them feel like they are strangers,
started celebrating Shabbat and
the holidays, and slowly increased





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Dershowitz, Gordis, Take on U.S.-Israel Relationship

BOOKS for Most Challenging Client. seems a product of that. Close he wants to illustrate that the cites sources both biblical and
Dershowitz represented to 300 pages dedicated to recap- founding documents and ideas contemporary to back up his
JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF ping debates, op-eds and cable of America and Israel are actu- claims, to convincing effect.
Epstein during his 2007 trial, news hits, a torrent of self-serving ally far more divergent than He locates the events at Sabra
Defending Israel: The Story of and once said of the now-dead anecdotes, a selection of photos of most people realize, and that and Shatila as perhaps the key
My Relationship with My Most pedophile that he was the only Dershowitz with American and the true source of the conflict turning point of the relation-
Challenging Client person outside of his immedi- Israeli political leaders and the is what each country “is.” ship. These sections, expanded,
Alan Dershowitz ate family that received drafts recapitulation of perfectly remem- could absolutely make a com-
All Points Books of his books. Dershowitz has bered zingers. You are allowed to American Jews might think pelling history on its own.
been accused of having sex with admit: This is tiresome. they’re criticizing the proposed
We Stand Divided: The Rift one of Epstein’s sex slaves when annexation of the West Bank In his conclusions, Gordis
Between American Jews and Israel she was a teen. He denies the Even if every argument or the treatment of the Women writes that American Jews
Daniel Gordis accusation. Dershowitz advances happens of the Wall, and Israeli Jews must temper their criticism of
Harper Collins to be one that you agree with, might really believe that what Israeli policy; in return, Israeli
If you’re able to overlook that you’d be hard-pressed to find upsets them about American Jews must cease their denigra-
THE EXTENT TO which you and focus on the text, you’re something original. The differ- Jews is their insistence that they tion of Diaspora life. A lot of
can stomach Alan Dershowitz’s still likely to be disappointed ence between this book and his know what is best for Israeli for- his conclusions come down to
memoir, Defending Israel: The if you’ve, say, read any defense past Israel defenses is how much eign policy. But these problems, that formulation, i.e., asking that
Story of My Relationship with of Israel in the last 15 years. It Rep. Ilhan Omar is mentioned. Gordis proposes, are the simple we continue to make the same
My Most Challenging Client, is the most boilerplate of the clash of those raised on univer- critiques of each other, with
depends firstly on how you boilerplate — the type of book Daniel Gordis, meanwhile, salist themes (American Jews) the hardest edges sanded down
measure his long association that’s meant to be read and then has done something more sub- and those who were raised in in an effort to recognize our
with late financier and accused completely forgotten, so that stantive in his latest work. We a particularist context (Israeli mutual validity. It’s not a partic-
sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. maybe you’ll buy the next one. Stand Divided: The Rift Between Jews). He returns frequently to ularly energizing set of solutions,
Surely, Epstein, along with American Jews and Israel a marriage metaphor, wherein but it could be the best we’ve
Israel, would be in contention There’s also all the self- describes the growing divisions spats over an unmade bed or got.
mythologizing. Dershowitz’s between American and Israeli unwashed dishes are often
titanic self-regard is well-known Jews, how those divisions began indicative of deeper differences. Gordis’ main argument about
by this point, and this book to form and then mutate, and these irreconcilable conflicts
what might be done to reunite He is willing to admit stands up to scrutiny, though it
NAME: DEER MEADOWS RETIREMENT COM- the two largest Jewish popula- that each side’s criticisms are is one that does seem to elude
tions in the world. sometimes about unwashed the question of resolving the
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Not Your Lifestyle! In his introduction, Gordis Americans and Israelis can still is inconceivable that one could
presents recent comments by “reproach each other,” he writes write about these divisions with-
DEER MEADOWS two longtime Israeli diplomats as — but addressing the unwashed out mentioning a great point
being broadly representative of dishes is not really the aim here. of divergence in recent mem-
Retirement Community these two sides. Alon Pinkas rep- ory: that Israeli Jews, contra
resents American Jews. Pinkas, Gordis uses the bulk of the the majority of American Jews,
• Spacious Studio, 1, and • 3 Meals Per Day once a policy advisor to Ehud book to give a miniature history have a deep affection for Trump.
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Fall Initiative those undertaken during the
Netanyahu years.
Representing Israel is Tzipi Hotovely, Israel’s deputy for-
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Gordis claims that he wishes
to challenge the conventional
wisdom that American and
Israeli Jews, making up 85%
of world Jewry, are critical of
each other because of what the
other “does.” Rather, he writes,



Akiba Grad Makes Mark as Hollywood Editor

ARTS by Billy Bob Thornton. Menke task of editing his movies.
JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF edited every Tarantino movies Raskin happily obliged and,
until her death in 2010. Around in addition to Once Upon a
BECAUSE IT’S NOT actually the time Tarantino was getting Time… in Hollywood, he also
a crime — and even if it were, ready to make Kill Bill, Menke edited Django Unchained and
the statute of limitations surely called Raskin and asked if he was The Hateful Eight. Along the
would have expired by now — interested in joining her crew. way, Raskin worked on big-
Fred Raskin has a confession: Raskin accepted, and his intro- ger and bigger movies, editing
When he was too young to buy duction to Tarantino came when both Guardians of the Galaxy
a ticket to an R-rated movie, his Raskin ordered a Filet-O-Fish movies and three entries in the
mother would do it for him, buy- from McDonald’s when the rest Fast and Furious canon.
ing two tickets, depositing her of the editing crew had meat. Working on Once Upon a
son in the theater, and then head- “And he said, ‘I always Time… in Hollywood, Raskin
ing out to do something else. wondered who ordered the worked with material and
Filet-O-Fish,’” Raskin remem- sequences that were as difficult
Thus, young Fred Raskin bers. “And I was like, ‘The guy as anything he’s ever handled.
got an early crash course in the Fred Raskin Photo by Ryan Jaeger who keeps kosher.’” But then again, that’s exactly
world of movies for adults.
Thus began a productive why he got into the business.
Today, Raskin, 45, helps name-calling and the occasional because of what he did in those partnership, one that deepened “For me,” he said, “the
make them. His latest effort trip in the hallway. Because of that low-tech days. as Raskin spoke frankly in things that are most gratifying
as an editor, on Quentin derision, along with his desire to On one of his first days of editing meetings throughout are when I’m not sure how
Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… pursue Judaism in a more dedi- film school, he and his class- the process. Raskin “came to something is going to work,
in Hollywood, is his third with cated way, he asked his parents if mates were told that perhaps join the Tarantino family,” as and it ends up working.” l
the iconoclastic director. It’s he could go to day school. one or two of them would have he put it, and after Menke’s
also the one that brought him His parents had friends who a career as a director when it death in 2010, the director [email protected];
full circle, in a way; a scene that sent their kids to a place called was all said and done. Raskin asked Raskin to take up the 215-832-0740
features a dinner conversation Akiba Hebrew Academy, and in decided that he’d pick up a craft,
between characters played by Al the fall of 1984, Raskin began just in case, and thus his attrac-
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parent, about 3 minutes. Add mixer, beat until the mixture bowl. Add the oil, eggs, orange
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the pot. Stir until combined. 1 cup sugar egg whites until stiff. Fold 3 cups flour Spread a third of the bat-
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holds together. Use the excess 4 baking apples, peeled, Coat a 10-inch-by-15-inch 1 cup vegetable oil over the batter, keeping the
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discard it. Let the stuffing cool cored and diced nonstick spray. Pour the noo- ¼ cup orange juice of the pan. Spoon another
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stood souls who‘d strayed far were vegetarians. But accord- A friend prepares a 1 pound carrots
from American hamburger ing to a 2018 Gallup Poll, during curried squash soup every ½ pound parsnips Meanwhile, peel, rinse and
culture. At holidays, they were the past two decades the num- Rosh Hashanah. 1 medium-sized potato dice the carrots, parsnips,
consigned to peanut butter ber of vegetarian Americans 1½ inches of ginger root potato and ginger. Then chop
sandwiches while everyone else has hovered between 3-6%. In “I used to make it with 4 medium-sized onions the ginger fine. Reserve.
ate brisket. Vegetarians were addition, Meatless Mondays, chicken broth,” she said. “But I 3 tablespoons olive oil
tolerated, never catered to. concern about cholesterol stopped doing that because so ½ teaspoon curry powder Dice the onions. Place the
consumption, growing num- many people are vegetarians.” Kosher salt to taste olive oil in a large pot and heat
Meat has always been the bers of part-time vegetarians White pepper to taste it briefly over a medium flame.
traditional main course at and sensitivity to a range of While once meat eaters and 8 cups of water or vegetable Add the onions and sauté until
Rosh Hashanah dinners. dietary needs have influenced veggie lovers were at odds, softened, about 3-5 minutes.
A symbol of lavishness and public opinion. today they coexist, often shar- broth, or more if needed Add the curry powder, salt
largess, meat is particularly ing some of the same foods. 1 tablespoon dill, and white pepper and stir to
suited to celebrating the Jewish Now no socially conscious Occasionally, confirmed carni- combine for a minute. Add
New Year. At Rosh Hashanah host would leave vegetarian vores put a little tofu on their chopped fine the squash, carrots, parsnips,
meals, vegetarians once cob- guests to fend for themselves. plates. This shift makes for a potato and ginger.
bled together some side dishes Instead they often serve a more cohesive experience at Cut the butternut squash in
Rosh Hashanah celebrations, half. Using a spoon, remove the Pour in 8 cups of water or
bringing families together at seeds and discard them. Place vegetable broth. There should
this all-important holiday. be enough liquid to cover the


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¼ teaspoon onion powder 1½ teaspoons sesame oil,
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about 5 minutes. Carefully drain 1 large red pepper roasting. Sprinkle them with to prevent sticking, if needed.
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fill the pot with cold water and cleaned and cut in half
add a few ice cubes. Once the 1 pound small fingerling
beans cool, drain the pot again
and move the beans to two layers potatoes, cut in half
of paper towels to dry. Kosher salt to taste
¼ teaspoon oregano,
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ame oil, salt and sesame seeds. 3 tablespoons olive oil,
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Torah Portion


Knowing Right Versus Wrong Sept. 13 6:55 p.m.
Sept. 20 6:43 p.m.

BY RABBI ERIC YANOFF practices in a community of In his commentary on the attune our radar when things in the world.” The Talmud is,
varying observances of those part of this week’s parshah, are morally unacceptable. essentially, a record of dis-
Parshat Ki Teitzei teachings, laws, traditions and we are commanded to blot out agreement and yet these sages,
EARLY IN MY career as a practices without abandoning a the memory of Amalek, the Judaism does not embrace in their disagreement, usually
rabbi, I happened upon some- claim to their importance? perennial enemy of the people moral relativism. Of course, do not vilify one another, but
one in my former congregation of Israel, who preyed upon the some things are beyond the pale, rather sustain peace.
eating at an outdoor café. I I felt badly — even awkward weak and infirm Israelites at the and in those cases we must take
came over to say hello and, in — that instinctively the woman back of the nation as we wan- a moral stand, without apology And so, this Shabbat, I pray:
my peripheral vision, I noticed at the café assumed that I (or dered through the wilderness. or hesitation. But Reb Yitzchak May we not be so sure of our-
as she not-so-stealthily reached that Judaism) would judge her. warns us even in the context of selves and our views that (per
for a thin paper napkin and Certainly, her menu choice Even given the Torah’s judging Amalek how careful we Reb Yitzchak) we fail to see
slid it over her chili-cheese dog was not the most in keeping absolutist condemnation of must be in conflating our obser- the tendency of Amalek within
with the works. with Jewish tradition, but it Amalek, Reb Levi Yitzchak vance of Judaism with moral us, to judge, harm or vilify
was a menu choice, not a moral cautions us against looking fitness. Some laws, most notably others. May we disagree with
Honestly, I hadn’t even seen choice. Eating treif did not make down on others with com- the prohibition against murder passion, but see one another
what she was eating, but once her a bad person. And even if plete moral superiority. In his or theft for example, are moral; as God’s creations with even
she attempted the cover-up — Judaism’s traditional teachings Kedushat Levi commentary others, of ritual particularism, greater passion. May we recog-
thus calling attention to the agreed with my practice, it did about Purim, he quotes our are important nonetheless, but nize that while some things are
meal — it was difficult to avoid not make me a better person. Torah portion: “… It is not only not morally laden. out-of-bounds, we (and others)
observing the cheap, disposable The laws of kashrut do not have incumbent up on the people of can also be different, or incor-
napkin slowly become translu- such moral weight. Israel to blot out Amalek … but I believe this distinction is rect, or even wrong — without
cent as it soaked up the grease also to blot out the evil part of particularly important nowa- being evil.
of the chili-cheese combination. Even if we believe that ourselves [the ‘mini-Amalek’ days, when a disagreement of
Judaism as a system of living that is in each person].” opinion is too often vilified. Shabbat Shalom! l
In general, while I hold the leads us to better living, the We can disagree with others
laws of keeping kosher as an individual laws do not hold The Berditchiver Rebbe and we can reflect a diversity of Rabbi Eric Yanoff is a rabbi at Adath
important part of my Jewish such moral determinations; recognizes a potential for evil practice — indeed, we can see Israel and co-president of the Board
identification and of Jewish law, indeed, if we judge people’s within us that rears up sud- others as incorrect and even of Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia.
history and communal distinc- morals by the stringency of denly whenever we are either wrong — without calling those The board is proud to provide the
tiveness, I do not judge others. their ritual life, this may be lax or judgmental of others and others evil. Such is the teach- Torah commentary for the Jewish
As a rabbi, I don’t keep score. It’s more an indictment of our own haughty in our moral and rit- ing from the end of Tractate Exponent.
a difficult balance, admittedly: morals than those of the person ual vigilance. We must blot Berachot (Babylonian Talmud,
How can we sustain Jewish we critique. Such is the teaching out this inner evil, just like our 64a): “Talmidei chachamim
teachings, laws, traditions and of the great Chasidic rebbe, Reb parshah enjoins us to blot out marbim shalom ba-olam —
Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev. Amalek. This, in turn, helps Talmudic sages increase peace

Documentary to WHYY’s education depart- As for his next film project, Corrections
ment, which agreed to lend him Brin wants to do a documen-
Continued from Page 22 film and audio equipment. Over tary called Pearls on a String: IN THE AUG. 29 article “Philly Icon I. Goldberg Closes Its
time, Brin realized the interview The Small Miracles of Charles Doors,” the author wrote that the store moved to its final
was starting to collapse. footage could be compiled into Middleberg about a Holocaust location in January 2019. It actually moved in January 2018.
Out of nowhere, Sisman a film with the addition of inte- survivor. At the moment, the
rior shots of the synagogue. So project is in the early planning And in the Sept. 5 article “Philly Hillel Focuses on Small
received a phone call from he worked for months to teach phases, with Brin working to Campuses,” the author wrote that West Chester University
then-Councilman Jim Kenney, himself how to use video editing apply for grants to make it a more has approximately 80 Jewish students enrolled. The correct
who offered to help. He con- software. intricate film than SHIVTEI. number is 500. There are approximately 80 Jewish students
nected the shul to people who involved in West Chester Hillel programs and activities.
helped it get a $25,000 state “One of the nicest compli- “The first film I did for
grant for renovations. Another ments I got was from a friend, basically no money but enor- The Jewish Exponent regrets the errors. l
assist came from architect Joel who’s not Jewish, who saw it mous amounts of time, and
Spivak, who assisted with the and said the film stayed with now I want to be paid for my Jcooinnvtehrseation!
wall reconstruction and served him after,” Brin said. “To me, a time, but it’s more than that,”
as general contractor for free, lot of films are forgettable, but Brin said. “I want to engage Tell us what you’re thinking
even lending his own money if it touches you in some way, other disciplines, meaning and interact with the community
for repairs. then I was pleased.” musicians, animators, that at
kind of thing — they need to
“It was a long six months,” In conjunction with the film, be paid to be interested. And I Connect with us on
Sisman said. “But today we’re Brin has created a photo book believe in doing it right.” l
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Cliff Schlesinger and Bud Newman

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book review to support AMIT’s spoken English program. 9:30 a.m. to noon. 400 S. State Road, diamonds & jewelry.
We have chosen Never a Native by Alice Shalvi as our Springfield.
discussion book. Beverly Rosen will be on hand to lead We can pay more because
our discussion. Reservations are required. $20. 2 p.m. Men’s Club Brunch. we know the true value.
40 Old Lancaster Road, Merion Station. Brunch will be sponsored by Adath Immediate cash for one
Israel’s Men’s Club and Israeli Affairs piece or an entire
THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 Evening Shabbat. committee. Our featured speaker collection.
Shabbat evening service at Reform will be Israel Nitzan, deputy consul
Torah Study. Shabbat Dinner. Congregation Keneseth Israel. 8 p.m. general of the Consulate General of 201 Old York Road • Jenkintown, PA
Study of commentaries found in Join us at Congregations of Shaare 8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park. Israel in New York, the largest Israeli
the Hertz Chumash, the Etz Hayim Shamayim at 6 p.m. for a traditional mission in the world. We will also (215) 885-7070
Chumash and the commentaries of Shabbat dinner, Shabbat services SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 announce the Men’s Club’s Man of
modern biblical scholars to deepen and a festive Oneg after services. the Year. The cost of brunch is $10 in Open Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
our understanding of the first book of The cost is $8 per adult, $25 for a Talmud Class. advance, $15 at the door. 9:45 a.m. 11am - 4:00pm
the Bible. 10 a.m. Har Zion Temple. family (children under 18). Call the Come and learn Tractate Megilla Adath Israel. 250 N. Highland Ave.,
1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley. synagogue office at 215-677-1600 from Rabbi Eliezer Hirsch in Mekor’s Bala Cynwyd. Closed Sunday, Monday & Tuesday
for more details and to RSVP. main hall, and stay for Mincha, Third
Holiday Learning Series. 9768 Verree Road, Philadelphia. Meal and Ma’ariv. This is a text-based Rosh Hashanah Science. Hazak Brunch.
Take a deep dive into the Jewish class, but no experience is needed. Join jkidphilly as we explore the Freyda Thomas, talented actress,
holidays of the season. 11:15 p.m. Family Dinner. Beginners and experts are both science behind Rosh Hashanah. writer, singer and daughter of Eddie
Har Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys Ford Join Rabbi Danielle Parmenter and welcome. Each class is self-contained, Our friends from Perelman Jewish Shaw, well-known bandleader, will
Road, Penn Valley. Amy Jo Rosenthal for Shulhouse so regular attendance is not Day School Forman Center along entertain and sing Broadway songs
Tots at 6:15 p.m. in the chapel to necessary. 6 p.m. Mekor Habracha/ with Engineer Ari will be helping and other tunes. Full fish breakfast.
Torah Study. bring in Shabbat with music and Center City Synagogue. 1500 Walnut us understand the science behind $18. 10:30 a.m. Temple Sinai Dresher.
Midday Torah study with Rabbi dance. A fun and lively atmosphere St., Suite 206 (entrance on 15th St.), honey and bees. Crafts and snacks, 1401 Limekiln Pike, Dresher.
Eric Lazar at noon. All are welcome. specially designed for children age Philadelphia. too. Recommended for ages 2-8. For
Temple Brith Achim. 481 S. Gulph 4 and under. Then join us for Shabbat more information, contact Lori Rubin Women’s Club Brunch.
Road, King of Prussia. dinner at 6:45 p.m. in the courtyard SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 at [email protected] Women of Reform Congregation
for a delicious catered dinner. org. Register at Keneseth Israel and Adult Education
Canasta Open Play. The dinner is $36 per family for Museum Trip. rhscience/. 10 a.m. 7601 Old York are presenting “A Star’s Brunch” at
Canasta walk-in friendly game. members and $40 for nonmembers. The Congregations of Shaare Road, Melrose Park. 11 a.m. Music will begin promptly at
1-3 p.m. Social hall at Ohev Shalom For new participants, the first Shamayim invites you to join us noon in the chapel. KI’s very own
of Bucks County. Weekly open dinner is free. Tiferet Bet Israel. in traveling to the Museum of Broadway star Lee Slobotkin, who
play for $2. To register, call 1920 Skippack Pike, Blue Bell. Jewish Heritage in New York City portrayed leading roles in The Book
215-968-6755. 944 Second Street for a 90-minute tour of the current of Mormon on Broadway and in
Pike, Richboro. Shulhouse Rock. Auschwitz special exhibit as well as the national tour of Wicked, will be
Join us for a family-oriented the permanent exhibits. The cost is
Elul Beit Midrash. service including nationally known $65 per person which includes the See Calendar, Page 32
Join us for a three-part series singer, guitarist and Jewish educator bus and the tour. Lunch is on your
taught by Rabbi Eric Woodward, Chana Rothman and renown own. For further details, contact the NAME: MINYAN SULAM YAKOV / GERSHMAN
Rabbi Danielle Parmenter and percussionist Joe Tayoun along office at 215-677-1600. 8:30 a.m.
David Kuperstein reflecting on the with Rabbi Eric Woodward, 9768 Verree Road, Philadelphia. SHAREY; WIDTH: 3.625 IN; DEPTH: 3.62 IN; COLOR:
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Lectures & Discussions Calendar cooking with meaning. 6:30 p.m. Card, Philly Food Bucks and FMNP
Har Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys Ford vouchers. All proceeds are donated to
This year, Penn’s Katz Center is exploring Continued from Page 31 Road, Penn Valley. Cook For A Friend program. For more
the most formative and intimate of information, contact John Eskate
contexts for Jewish life: the home. entertaining us with tunes from the Mahjong. at 215-698-7300, ext. 196. Noon
Historians, anthropologists, artists, and other stage, screen and more. Program Join the Sisterhood of Melrose B’nai to 2:30 p.m. KleinLife: Northeast
experts will speak about architecture, kinship, and brunch $36. Program only $25. Israel Emanu-El for our weekly Philadelphia. 10100 Jamison Ave.,
Jewish law, and the idea of homeland. For more information, contact Caryl friendly mahjong game. Open to the Philadelphia.
-$ .&$&.*ƙ +/ ( -ǓǖǺǓǑǒǚǹ Levin at [email protected] or call entire kehillah. No charge for MBIEE
215-887-8700. 8339 Old York Road, sisterhood members. A one-time Lunch and Learn.
JOIN US! Elkins Park. charge of $36 includes membership Discussion of the parshah of the week.
to the MBIEE Sisterhood. Contact 215- This session will be led by Rabbi Ira
Details at Or Shalom Open House. 635-1505 or [email protected] Flax. All are welcome. Noon. 1801
Prospective members are invited to for more information. 7 p.m. 8339 Old Market St., 17th Floor, Philadelphia.
WHAT’S GOING ON discover Congregation Or Shalom’s York Road, Elkins Park.
in Jewish Philadelphia? religious school, have lunch with Rabbi Lunch and Learn.
Kami Knapp and come plan for the TUESDAY, SEPT. 17 Discussion of the parshah of the week.
Submit an event or browse our online calendar to High Holidays at 12:15 p.m. A light lunch This session will be led by Rabbi Selma
find out what’s happening at local synagogues, will be held at the synagogue until Modern Trends in Judaism. Roffman. All are welcome. Noon.
community organizations and venues! 2 p.m. 835 Darby-Paoli Road, Berwyn. Join Rabbi Jon Cutler as he teaches Congregation Adath Jeshurun library.
a mini course on modern trends in 7763 Old York Road, Elkins Park.
Submit: [email protected] Morris Arboretum Trip. Judaism. 9:30 a.m. Melrose B’nai
Online: Cost $15 and includes transportation Israel Emanu-El. 8339 Old York Road, Mahjong.
and admission to the park leaving Elkins Park. Our mahjong group meets at 1 p.m.
from the Northeast NORC office. Call in the Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel
215-320-0351 to register. 1 p.m. 8546B Driving Class. synagogue chapel, to play the game,
Bustleton Ave., Philadelphia. Take a class and get a significant have fun and raise money for tikkun
discount on your car insurance. olam. Have you heard of mahjong and
MONDAY, SEPT. 16 Open to AARP members and non- want to learn to play? Are you new in
members age 50-plus. Please bring town looking for the game? Have you
Refugee Lecture. your driver’s license to class. lived in town and want a new group
This program is a discussion with Course fee is $15 for AARP members, to play with? We’re always looking
Julie Kornfeld, a staff attorney and $20 for non-AARP members. 10 a.m. for new players. We ask for a $4
longtime refugee advocate, about Congregation Beth Or. 239 Welsh donation per session. 300 S. 18th St.,
the global refugee crisis. Kornfeld Road, Maple Glen. Philadelphia.
will share her personal connection
to the cause, debunk some common Art Workshop. Sisterhood Luncheon.
misconceptions about refugees and This series of hands-on art-making The Sisterhood of Congregations
explain the current administration’s workshops will introduce participants of Shaare Shamayim will host its
refugee policies and the effects. $10. to charcoal, pastels, watercolor opening luncheon meeting at 1
10:30 a.m. Reform Congregation and acrylic paint. Each individual p.m. The cost is $25 per person.
Keneseth Israel. 8339 Old York Road, will then choose one medium to Our program for this meeting is Bill
Elkins Park. create their own unique piece while Agress, who portrays the world’s
expressing the art within themselves. most famous genius, Albert Einstein.
Talmud Study. Participants may choose to work Part of his program will deal with
This class asks the overarching from photographs, a still life setting his connection to Judaism. For more
question: What is the Talmud trying or their imagination. $20. 10:30 a.m. information, call the synagogue office
to tell us about shame/shaming? The Barbara and Harvey Brodsky at 215-677-1600 and ask for Bobbie
11:45 a.m. Har Zion Temple. 1500 Enrichment Center of JFCS. 345 Kraft. 9768 Verree Road, Philadelphia.
Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley. Montgomery Ave., Bala Cynwyd.
High Holidays Class.
Jewish Philosophy Talk. Knitting Group. Come experience the powerful
Come study Jewish philosophy with Come knit a mitzvah with us. 11:30 relevance of the High Holidays. In this
a great group of learners as we read p.m. Har Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys enlightening series, you will receive
and discuss articles on topics of Ford Road, Penn Valley. fresh insight that will dramatically
philosophy. This year, our focus will be change your High Holiday experience.
on Zionism, messianism and Jewish Farmer’s Market. Each class is self-contained and
radicalism. 1 p.m. Har Zion Temple. Buy and enjoy fresh and local produce while recommended, it is not
1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley. from our own hoop houses and necessary to attend both. Suggested
gardens (some produce purchased donation $5 per class. Email the
Jewish Cooking Class. wholesale for supply). Currently shul at [email protected]
Taught by Rabbi Moriah SimonHazani accepts cash, SNAP/EBT Access for questions and to RSVP. Mekor
and Ariela Barlas. Hands-on Jewish


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An adult book discussion group at 1 p.m. The only 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley. 00i0nc8lu6de6b1u4t not limited to:
requirement to join is having read the book Memento
Park: A Novel by Mark Sarvas. This is a moderated Holiday Learning Series. • Light Houskeeping, Shopping,
book discussion and not a book review. Participants Take a deep dive into the Jewish Meal Preparation
are expected to share their insights, reactions and holidays of the season. 11:15 p.m. Har
comments with others who have also read the book. Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys Ford Road, • Personal Care Services (assistance
1 p.m. Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel. Penn Valley. with hygiene, dressing, & feeding)
8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park.
Torah Study. • Medication Reminder
Midday Torah study with Rabbi Eric • Transportation
Lazar at noon. All are welcome. • Companionship
Temple Brith Achim. 481 S. Gulph
Road, King of Prussia. • Other non-skilled services

261 Old York Rd. Suite 920
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Habracha/Center City Synagogue. Lunch and Learn. Danielle Parmenter and Book Club. open play for $2. To register, call
1500 Walnut St., Suite 206 (entrance Discussion of the parshah of the week. David Kuperstein reflecting on the Come join a lively program when 215-968-6755. 944 Second Street
on 15th St.), Philadelphia. This session will be led by Rabbi Gary themes of the High Holidays. 7 p.m. The Book Discussion Group led by Pike, Richboro.
Charlestein. All are welcome. 12:30 Tiferet Bet Israel. 1920 W. Skippack Rita and MaryAnn, which is a joint
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 p.m. 1710 Romano Drive, Norristown. Pike, Blue Bell. venture program by Northeast NORC Holocaust Remembrance.
and the Congregations of Shaare Through the voice of survivor
Coffee and Conversation. Bereavement Group. Sisterhood Comedy Night. Shamayim, meets again. The featured Cantor David S. Wisnia and the
After morning minyan, enjoy coffee For the post-bereaved, held at Temple Sinai Dresher Sisterhood book is In The Garden Of Beasts by music of his grandson Avi Wisnia,
and an open forum for learning at Northeast NORC, from 1-2:30 p.m. presents “A Night of Comedy,” featuring New York Times bestselling author, you will hear of David Wisnia’s
8 a.m. Rabbi Andrew Markowitz Free. Email [email protected] comediennes Emily Epstein and Jillian Erik Larson. $2 donation required. incredible journey from Auschwitz
will teach and answer your Jewish com or call 215-320-0351 to register. Markowitz. Sisterhood members are Light refreshments served. Call 215- prisoner to survivor and liberator.
questions. Coffee and Conversation 8546B Bustleton Ave., Philadelphia. free. Nonmembers are $18. 7:45 p.m. 677-1600 for details. Transportation is Singing together, grandfather and
is free and open to the community. 1401 Limekiln Pike, Dresher. available through Northeast NORC grandson will perform original
Adath Israel. 250 N. Highland Ave., FIDF Gala. by calling 215-320-0351. Noon. 9768 compositions to illustrate a story of
Merion Station. Join the Friends of Israel Defense THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 Verree Road, Philadelphia. strength and resiliency, of faith and
Forces Pennsylvania and Southern hope, and the power of music to
Driving Class. New Jersey chapter at its ninth annual Torah Study. Canasta Open Play. bring light to the darkest of days.
Take a class and get a significant gala for a night of heroes, saluting IDF Study of commentaries found in Canasta walk-in friendly game. 7 p.m. Wissahickon Valley Public
discount on your car insurance. Open soldiers. 5:30 p.m. 600 N. Broad St., Thursdays, 1-3 p.m. Social hall at Ohev Library. 650 Skippack Pike,
to AARP members and nonmembers Philadelphia. Chai. Shalom of Bucks County. Weekly Blue Bell. l
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and 65ish, together, we will focus on
topics that are relevant today. Are you Mahjong.
dealing with aging parents, the loss Old York Road Temple-Beth Am For home delivery,
of your parents, family illness, their will host a drop-in mahjong game at call 215.832.0710.
health, adult children and dating, just 7 p.m. Bring your cards. Mahjong sets
to name a few? What does the Torah and cards will be for sale. For more
teach us about our responsibilities information, call 215-886-8000.
in these areas? If you want to be 971 Old York Road, Abington.
a part of a study group to discuss
contemporary issues, join us. 11 a.m. Elul Beit Midrash.
Har Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys Ford Join us for a three-part series taught
Road, Penn Valley. by Rabbi Eric Woodward, Rabbi




Two Rabbis, Two Others Arrested for “A decrement of income among Jewish
Blocking ICE Entrance families makes them vulnerable to opting out of
RABBI ARTHUR WASKOW and his wife, Rabbi the Jewish community’s institutions, including
Phyllis Berman, were among four people arrested religious and educational facilities and their sup-
Sept. 4 by federal agents after they blocked the port of (Jewish) Federation,” he wrote. “Current
entrance to the federal Immigration and Custom research indicates that Jewish individuals with
Enforcement Agency’s building in Philadelphia. low incomes also become more vulnerable to
leaving Judaism through intermarriage.”
Protestors outside ICE in Philadelphia including
Rabbi Arthur Waskow (seated) and his wife, Rabbi Prior to JEVS, Royfe served as director
Phyllis Berman (far right) of development and community services at
Elwyn Institute for six years and was deputy
Photo courtesy of Rabbi Arthur Waskow director of Pennsylvania’s Comprehensive
Mental Health-Mental Retardation Plan from
They were there to protest the treatment of 1963 to 1965, according to an Exponent article
migrant children at the Southern border. Their from March 1972.
arrest made national headlines.
Royfe was a World War II veteran, serving as
“The arrests were part of a demonstration of a Japanese translator in the Philippines.
about 100 people organized by ElderWitness and
UNPLUG Friends, many of whom wore Statue of Liberty Hank (Ephrain) Royfe Jewish Exponent archives
costumes and carried signs of a cartoon showing
with the two caged people: an immigrant child in a small Holocaust Museum’s Annual
Jewish Exponent. cage and Lady Liberty herself in a slightly larger Philadelphia Dinner Upcoming
one,” Waskow, 86, wrote in an email to the Jewish The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
You can have all of the Exponent. “The child asks Liberty, ‘What are you will host its annual “What You Do Matters”
Exponent’s printed in for?’ and she answers, ‘For welcoming you.’” Philadelphia Dinner at 6 p.m. on Sept. 19 at the
publications delivered Crystal Tea Room in Center City.
Waskow continued, “Although this particular
directly to your home for action was organized and framed as elders More than 200 attendees are expected at the
less than a dollar a week. responsible especially for protecting children, dinner, which will highlight the Washington,
Phyllis and I took part as rabbis in planning the D.C., museum’s work to keep Holocaust
WHAT IT MEANS TO BE action (Phyllis has been on the EldersWitness memory alive in a changing world.
JEWISH IN PHILADELPHIA steering committee), and our arrests also are
for us connected with a major wave of Jewish Lieutenant General, The Honorable Romeo protests, including arrests, that swept across the Dallaire, who commanded the 2,600-member
country on or about Tisha B’Av in August.” international peacekeeping force in Rwanda in
34 SEPTEMBER 12, 2019 1993-1994, is the keynote speaker. In 2014, he
Waskow was detained last year during a similar received the museum’s Elie Wiesel Award for
demonstration at the same location, JTA reported. his courage and leadership in trying to stop
atrocities in that nation 25 years ago. l
Waskow is a longtime political activist
known for his 1969 Freedom Seder. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Longtime JEVS Executive Director Wikimedia Commons
Hank Royfe Dies at 92
Hank (Ephrain) Royfe, who served as executive
director of Jewish Employment Vocational
Services in Philadelphia for 23 years, died Sept.
4. He was 92.

During his tenure at JEVS, which started in
1972, Royfe built the agency from 60 employees
and a $1 million budget to one with a $29 million
budget and 750 full- and part-time employees,
according to a June 1995 Jewish Exponent article.

In a 1992 op-ed for the Exponent, Royfe
wrote about issues that remain pressing today.




Properties to be sold by then to any municipal claims Floor, a Schedule of Distribu- 1910-303 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- OPA#552057000 IMPROVE-
JEWELL WILLIAMS tion Thirty (30) Days from the 6325 Vine St 19139 34th wd.
Sheriff on Tuesday, October 1, that the City of Philadelphia date of the sale of Real Estate. TIAL PROPERTY Lynnise MENTS: SINGLE FAMILY
2019 at First District Plaza, Distribution will be made in ac-
3801 Market Street, at 9:00 has on the property. Finally, if cordance with the Schedule un- 2,535 Sq. Ft. OPA#343009100 Culler Solely as Administratrix RESIDENTIAL DWELLING
AM. (EST) less exceptions are filed thereto
a balance still remains, a Sher- within ten (10) days thereafter.  IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- of The Estate of Taheera W. Thomas J. Devern and Anita Beth
Conditions of Sheriff’s
Sale for iff’s Distribution Policy will be The name first appearing DENTIAL PROPERTY Elaine Hakim a/k/a Taheera Hakim- Devern C.P. February Term, 2019
in each notice is that of the de-
JUDICIAL/FORECLO- ordered and the money will be fendant in the writ whose prop- Farnum and John Farnum C.P. Robinson, Deceased, Rahman A. No. 01391 $106,646.54 Hladik,
SURE SALE erty is being sold. All Writs are
distributed accordingly.  Writs of Executions.  December Term, 2009 No. 03464 Hakim, Solely as Heir to Taheera Onorato, & Federman, LLP
Ten percent of the highest
bid for each property auctioned No personal checks, drafts The letters C.P., Court of $110,705.34 KML Law Group, W. Hakim a/k/a Taheera Hakim- 1910-322
off shall be deposited in certi- Common Pleas; O.C., Orphans’ 6820 Wyncote Ave 19138 10th
fied check, attorney’s check or or promises to pay will be Court; Q.S., Court of Quarter P.C. Robinson, Deceased, Estate of
money order with the Sheriff by Sessions; C.C., County Court -
each bidder when his bid is reg- accepted in lieu of   certified indicate the Court out of which 1910-304 Taheera W. Hakim a/k/a Taheera wd. 810 Sq. Ft. OPA#102096900
istered, provided that in no case the writ of execution issues 3232 Emerald St 19134 45th wd.
shall less than Six Hundred checks, attorney’s checks or under which the sale is made: Hakim-Robinson, Deceased and IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
Dollars ($600.00) be deposited, S. 1941. 223. means September
otherwise upon failure or re- money orders made payable Term, 1941. 223, the term and 1,263 Sq. Ft. OPA#452333600 All Unknown individuals, heirs, TIAL PROPERTY Natisha Hall
fusal to make such deposit, the number of the docket entry;
bidder shall lose all benefit of to the Sheriff of Philadelphia the figures following show the IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- successors, assigns, business C.P. June Term, 2018 No. 01118
his bid and the property may be  amount of debt; and the name
offered again and sold unless a County.  following is that of the attorney TIAL PROPERTY Pennington entities, non-profit entities and/ $86,307.53 KML Law Group,
second bid has been registered, issuing the writ. 
then, the second highest bidder The Sheriff reserves the 189 Management, LLC C.P. or charitable entities having and/ P.C.
will take the property at the Attention is called to the
highest bid price. right to grant further extensions provisions of Act No.104, ap- August Term, 2012 No. 03282 or claiming any right, title and/or 1910-323
proved July 27, 1955, which 1022 E Mount Airy Ave
Additionally, where there of time to settle and further requires owners of properties $83,877.24 KML Law Group, interest therein, therefrom and/
is active bidding, the highest which are used, designed or
bidder, and the second high- reserves the right to refuse bids intended to be used by three P.C. or thereunder and Kai T. Hakim- 19150 50th wd. 3,453 Sq. Ft.
est bidder, if any must post or more families, or of com-
the entire amount of the cost from bidders who have failed mercial establishments which 1910-305 Lewis individually and as Heir to OPA#502481800 IMPROVE-
of the distribution policy for contain one or more dwelling 4523 Marple St 19136 65th wd.
the property at the time of to enter deposits on their bids, units, to deliver to the buyers of Taheera W. Hakim a/k/a Taheera MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-
sale by certified check, attor- such properties a use registra-
ney’s check or money order failed to make settlement, or tion permit at the time of settle- 1,117 Sq. Ft. OPA#651110700 Hakim-Robinson, Deceased C.P. ERTY Marian V. Williams as
with the Sheriff.  The Sheriff ment, under certain terms and
reserves the right to reject make fraudulent bids, or any conditions. Sheriff Sales are not IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- April Term, 2016 No. 02221 Administratrix of the Estate of
any certified check, attor- subject to provisions of the said
ney’s check or money order other behavior which causes Act and the Sheriff will, there- TIAL PROPERTY Donna Prend- $49,516.62 KML Law Group, Norma Wiggins Deceased C.P.
that on its face has an expired fore, not deliver use registration
use date and is presented for disruption of the Sheriff Sale. permits in connection with any ergast and Michael Siemien C.P. P.C. October Term, 2018 No. 02933
payment of the deposit. sales conducted by him. 
Said bidders shall be so refused January Term, 2015 No. 02895 1910-313 $154,637.13 KML Law Group,
The balance of the purchase Very truly yours, 2559 E Ontario St 19134 45th wd.
money must be deposited for the sale in which said be- JEWELL WILLIAMS $65,429.24 KML Law Group, P.C.
in  certified check, attorney’s
check or money order together havior occurred and for said Sheriff P.C. 1,100 Sq. Ft. OPA#451044000 1910-324
with a Deed poll for execution City and County of 3081 Agate St 19134 25th wd.
by the highest bidder to the further period of time as the 1910-306 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
Sheriff at his office within 30 Philadelphia 837 S 58th St 19143 46th wd.
days from the time of the sale. Sheriff in his discretion shall TIAL PROPERTY John Wendry- 702 Sq. Ft. OPA#252332800
An extension of time for an ad- www.Officeof
ditional 30 days may be granted determine.  Philadelphia 1,700 Sq. Ft. OPA#463285400 chowicz, Jr. C.P. December Term, IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
at the discretion of the Sheriff
upon receipt of written request The Sheriff will not ac- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 2017 No. 02776 $174,438.38 TIAL PROPERTY Omayra
from the buyer requesting the SPECIAL NOTE: All
same, except when a second knowledge a deed poll to any Sheriff’s Sales are conducted TIAL PROPERTY Karen Dunn KML Law Group, P.C. Santiago C.P. March Term, 2018
bidder has been duly registered. pursuant to the orders of the
Also, if the first bidder does not individual or entity using an Administratrix of the Estate of 1910-314 No. 00266 $49,430.32 KML Law
complete settlement with the Courts and Judges of the 3414 Cottman Ave 19149
Sheriff within the thirty (30) unregistered fictitious name First Judicial District. Only Bert N. Dunn Deceased C.P. Group, P.C.
day time limit and a second bid properties that are subject to
was registered at the sale, the and may, at his discretion, judgments issued by the First June Term, 2018 No. 02617 55th wd. 1,600 Sq. Ft. 1910-325
second bidder shall be granted Judicial District are listed for 1000 N 46th St 19131 6th wd.
the same thirty (30) day time require proof of identity of the sale. By law, the Sheriff’s $109,662.72 KML Law Group, OPA#551517400 IMPROVE-
limit to make settlement with
the Sheriff on his second bid. purchaser or the registration Office cannot decide if a P.C. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1,342 Sq. Ft. OPA#062379100
Thereafter, the Sheriff shall property can be listed for sale;
be at liberty to return the writ of fictitious names. The bid of 1910-307 PROPERTY Daisy Hurtado C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
to court. A second bid must be only the District Courts can 2205 S Clarion St a/k/a 2205
registered on any property im- an unregistered fictitious name order a property to be sold at December Term, 2006 No. 00692 TIAL PROPERTY Robert K.
mediately after it is sold. The
second bidder must present the shall be forfeited as if the bid- auction. Clarion St 19148 39th wd. 652 $87,482.18 KML Law Group, Potts as Executor of the Estate
same amount of deposit that the
highest bidder delivers to the der failed to meet the terms of SHERIFF’S SALE Sq. Ft. OPA#394442700 IM- P.C. of Rosa Mae Potts Deceased
Sheriff at the sale. An extension
of time under no circumstances sale.  OF PROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1910-315 C.P. November Term, 2018 No.
will be granted or honored by 7227 Jackson St 19135 41st wd.
the Sheriff whenever a second All bidders are advised to Tuesday, TIAL PROPERTY Jennifer R. 03132 $92,775.79 KML Law
bid is registered on a property
at the sale. remain at the sale until after October 1, 2019 Garner C.P. April Term, 2016 No. 1,485 Sq. Ft. OPA#412324100 Group, P.C.

The first bid or opening bid the last property is sold. The 02125 $229,500.33 KML Law IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1910-326
on each property shall be set by 7536 Brentwood Rd 19151
the City of Philadelphia. In no Sheriff reserves the right to Group, P.C. TIAL PROPERTY Ieshia D. Neal
event will the successful bid-
der be allowed to settle on the re-sell any property at any time 1910-308 C.P. July Term, 2016 No. 03138 34th wd. 1,300 Sq. Ft.
property unless all the Sheriff’s 1533 W Butler St 19140 13th wd.
costs are paid notwithstanding before the end of the sale, upon $144,886.29 KML Law Group, OPA#343222000 IMPROVE-
the final bid.
the successful bidders’ failure 1,200 Sq. Ft. OPA#131084400 P.C. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL
The deposit by any bidder
who fails to comply with the to tender the required deposit. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1910-316 PROPERTY Wanda Johnson C.P.
above conditions of sale shall 979 Carver St 19124 35th wd.
be forfeited and the funds will The Sheriff reserves the right to TIAL PROPERTY Keith A. King August Term, 2017 No. 01620
be applied to the Sheriff’s cost,
postpone or stay the sale of any C.P. June Term, 2013 No. 01874 980 Sq. Ft. OPA#351259400 $42,585.50 KML Law Group,

property in which the attorney $23,304.41 KML Law Group, IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- P.C.

on the writ has not appeared P.C. TIAL PROPERTY Juanita Ma- 1910-327
7207 Buist Ave 19142 40th wd.
and is not present at the sale.  1910-309 lave-Garcia C.P. June Term, 2016
Prospective purchasers 2174 Granite St 19124 62nd wd.
No. 02568 $132,533.64 KML 1,120 Sq. Ft. OPA#404280000
are directed to the Web site
of the Philadelphia Bureau 1,755 Sq. Ft. OPA#622081800 Law Group, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
of Revision of Taxes, (BRT) for a fuller IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1910-317 TIAL PROPERTY Kevin Har-
description of the proper- 6345 Overbrook Ave 19151
ties listed. Properties can be TIAL PROPERTY J.G., a minor, ris Jr. a/k/a Kevin Harris C.P.
looked up by the BRT num-
ber – which should be cross Solely in His Capacity as Heir of 34th wd. 12,893 Sq. Ft. January Term, 2019 No. 02231
checked with the address.
Prospective purchasers are Bernice Groover, Deceased, in OPA#344177400 IMPROVE- $123,319.57 KML Law Group,
also directed to the Room
154 City Hall, 215-686-1483 care of Paula Groover a/k/a Paula MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- P.C.
and to its website philadox. and to its website Melhuish, The Unknown Heirs of ERTY Christopher Baxter C.P. 1910-328
at 7356 N Bouvier St 19126
where they can view the deed Bernice Groover, Deceased, Den- March Term, 2015 No. 03453
to each individual property
and find the boundaries of the nis Groover Solely in His Capac- $287,188.53 KML Law Group, 10th wd. 1,526 Sq. Ft.
PURCHASERS ARE RE- ity as Heir of Bernice Groover, P.C. OPA#101081800 IMPROVE-
MINING THE NATURE, Deceased, Joseph Groover Solely 1910-318 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-
LOCATION, CONDITION 157 Mifflin St 19148 1st wd.
AND BOUNDARIES OF in His Capacity as Heir of Ber- ERTY Joseph Smith Solely in His
SEEK TO PURCHASE. The nice Groover, Deceased, Thomas 915 Sq. Ft. OPA#011171300 Capacity as Heir of Victoria M.
BRT # refers to a unique
number assigned by the City Groover Solely in His Capac- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Smith a/k/a Victoria Smith, Eric
Bureau of Revision of Taxes
to each property in the City ity as Heir of Bernice Groover, DENTIAL PROPERTY Jade Turner Solely in His Capacity as
for the purpose of assessing it
for taxes. This number can be Deceased and William Groover Carroll and Kevin Carroll C.P. Heir of Victoria M. Smith a/k/a
used to obtain descriptive in-
formation about the property Solely in His Capacity as Heir of March Term, 2017 No. 00459 Victoria Smith, Jason Turner
from the BRT website. Effec-
tive Date: July 7, 2006  Bernice Groover, Deceased C.P. $149,144.74 KML Law Group, Solely in His Capacity as Heir of

 NOTICE OF SCHEDULE OF October Term, 2017 No. 03970 P.C. Victoria M. Smith a/k/a Victoria

DISTRIBUTION  $45,422.41 KML Law Group, 1910-319 Smith, The Unknown Heirs of
69 E. Hortter St 19119-2205 22nd
The Sheriff will file in his P.C. Victoria M. Smith a/k/a Victoria

office, The Land Title Building, 1910-310 wd. 953 Sq. Ft. OPA#221177000 Smith Deceased and Anthony
419 W Earlham Terr 19144 12th
100 South Broad Street, 5th IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE Young Solely in His Capacity as

1910-301 wd. 995 Sq. Ft. OPA#124054200 FAMILY RESIDENTIAL Heir of Victoria M. Smith a/k/a
12445 Sweet Briar Rd
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- DWELLING Renee McFarland Victoria Smith C.P. March Term,

19154 66th wd. 1,763 Sq. Ft. DENTIAL PROPERTY Angela C.P. October Term, 2018 No. 2018 No. 00104 $124,833.83

OPA#663173200 IMPROVE- Ancrum and Vernon R. Ancrum 00258 $62,253.15 Hladik, On- KML Law Group, P.C.

MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- C.P. July Term, 2014 No. 02125 orato, & Federman, LLP 1910-329
360 Longshore Ave 19111
ERTY Ronald A. Wright a/k/a $78,872.97 KML Law Group, 1910-320
1702 Mohican St 19138 10th wd.
Ronald Wright C.P. April Term, P.C. 35th wd. 4,075 Sq. Ft.

2017 No. 02746 $218,211.39 1910-311 1,360 Sq. Ft. OPA#102235800 OPA#353153100 IMPROVE-
1165 Atwood Rd 19151 34th wd.

1910-302 1,240 Sq. Ft. OPA#344328400 FAMILY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Suzanne Gokool as
2823 Chatham St 19134 25th
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- DWELLING Sherryl White- Administratrix of the Estate of

wd. 861 Sq. Ft. OPA#251398600 TIAL PROPERTY Nakia M. Greene C.P. November Term, Deo Gokool Deceased C.P. Sep-

IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Feribee C.P. November Term, 2018 No. 01881 $116,256.07 tember Term, 2018 No. 02504

DENTIAL PROPERTY John 2017 No. 02191 $105,016.70 Hladik, Onorato, & Federman, $220,952.99 KML Law Group,

N. O’Boyle a/k/a John O’Boyle KML Law Group, P.C. LLP P.C.

C.P. May Term, 2017 No. 03599 1910-312 1910-321 1910-330
8616 Fayette St 19150 50th wd. 4225 Stirling St 19135- 4977 Pennway St 19124 23rd wd.
$65,795.76 KML Law Group,
1,454 Sq. Ft. OPA#502304400 3111 55th wd. 1,272 Sq. Ft. 1,425 Sq. Ft. OPA#233109000




IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- January Term, 2019 No. 00735 relli C.P. March Term, 2019 No. February Term, 2019 No. 01351 TIAL PROPERTY Wanda Reyes, MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

TIAL PROPERTY Jonathan Ro- $153,155.05 McCabe, Weisberg, 00366 $151,606.57 McCabe, $58,743.41 Justin F. Kobeski, a/k/a Wanda Villanueva C.P. ERTY Abraham Chester C.P.

driguez C.P. August Term, 2018 & Conway, LLC Weisberg, & Conway, LLC Esquire; Manley Deas Kochalski February Term, 2019 No. 02071 February Term, 2019 No. 00946

No. 01531 $115,486.51 KML 1910-338 1910-346 LLC $52,416.93 Meredith H. Wooters, $71,415.79 Phelan Hallinan Dia-
3725 N 15th St 19140 13th wd. 4708 Higbee St 19135 41st wd.
Law Group, P.C. 1910-356 Esquire; Manley Deas Kochalski, mond & Jones, LLP
1216 N Frazier St 19131 4th wd.
1910-331 1,280 Sq. Ft. OPA#131141200 Land: 2,500 Sq. Ft.; Improve- LLC 1910-375
2821 Memphis St 19134 25th 12734 Hollins Rd 19154-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- ment: 1,125 Sq. Ft.; Total: 1,282 Sq. Ft. OPA#043076800 1910-365
5946 Christian St 19143 3rd wd.
wd. ALL THAT CERTAIN lot TIAL PROPERTY Cynthia 2,500 Sq. Ft. OPA#411130600 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1510 66th wd. 1,360 Sq. Ft.

or piece of ground with the Muse C.P. September Term, IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- TIAL PROPERTY Patricia Ow- 1,695 Sq. Ft.; Improvements: OPA#663338600 IMPROVE-

buildings and improvements 2015 No. 01611 $91,781.51 TIAL PROPERTY Sylvia Zolk ens (deceased); Falisha J. Owens; 1,412 Sq. Ft. OPA#033065100 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

thereon erected, SITUATE on KML Law Group, P.C. and Brian Zolk a/k/a Brian K. Phillip Owens C.P. June Term, IMPROVEMENTS: ROW / ERTY Renee Stieffenhofer C.P.

the Southeasterly side of Mem- 1910-339 Zolk C.P. February Term, 2019 2018 No. 02963 $40,751.32 Cris- GAR 2 STY MASONRY Rosi- February Term, 2019 No. 01953
5127 N Broad St 19141 49th wd.
phis St at the distance of One No. 01394 $228,044.86 Richard tina L. Connor, Esquire; Manley land West C.P. June Term, 2015 $118,548.21 Phelan Hallinan

hundred forty-eight feet North- 2,195 Sq. Ft. OPA#493248800 M. Squire & Associates, LLC Deas Kochalski, LLC No. 01431 $107,177.24 Robert Diamond & Jones, LLP

eastwardly from the Norteasterly IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1910-347 1910-357 Crawley 1910-376
1828 Frankford Ave 19125 6829 N 17th St 19126 10th wd. 5068 McKean Ave 19144-
side of Somerset Street in the TIAL PROPERTY Willie Jack- 1910-366
3948 Lawndale St 19124 33rd wd.
25th War of the City of Phila- son C.P. October Term, 2018 18th wd. Covential Row, Apart- 1,145 Sq. Ft.; Improvements: 4125 13th wd. 1,714 Sq. Ft.

delphia; CONTAINING in front No. 00138 $164,502.84 Justin F. ment, 3 Story; 4,230 Sq. Ft. 1,224 Sq. Ft. OPA#101048900 1,138 Sq. Ft. OPA#332256800 OPA#133151200 IMPROVE-

or breadth on the said Memphis Kobeski, Esquire; Manley Deas BRT#183050100 Subject to IMPROVEMENTS: ROW B/ IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL

Street Fourteen feet, Two inches Kochalski LLC Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: GAR 2 STY MASONRY Marcy TIAL PROPERTY Ivano Berta, PROPERTY Alesha Jones C.P.

and extending of that width in 1910-340 RESIDENTIAL DWELLING Townsell, in Her Capacity as Ad- a/k/a I. Berta C.P. October Term, April Term, 2018 No. 01424
1940 W Sparks St 19141
length or depth Southeastwardly Jeffrey C. Marshall C.P. No- minstratrix and heir of Morgan 2018 No. 04064 $86,233.72 Mer- $170,285.65 Phelan Hallinan

between lines parallel with the 49th wd. ROW W/DET GAR vember Term, 2018 No. 02942 Townsell a/k/a Morgan Townsell, edith H. Wooters, Esquire; Man- Diamond & Jones, LLP

said Somerset Stree Sixty-four 2 STY MAS; 1,180 Sq. Ft. $28,931.56 McCabe, Weisberg, Jr., Deceased; Unknown heirs, ley Deas Kochalski, LLC 1910-377
901 N Penn St Unit R2604
feet, Three and three-quarters BRT#171273000 IMPROVE- & Conway, LLC successors, assigns, and all per- 1910-367
237 E Haines St 19144 22nd wd.
inches to a certain Three feet MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1910-348 sons, firms, or associations claim- 19123-3160 88th wd. 731 Sq.
5803 Cottage St 19135 62nd wd.
wide alley, which extend South- DWELLING Randy Stewart, ing right, title, or interest from 2,560 Sq. Ft. BRT#592002800 Ft. OPA#888062288 IMPROVE-

westwardly from Auburn Street Known Surviving Heir of Jo- 1,300 Sq. Ft. OPA#622387600 or under Morgan Townsell a/k/a IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL

and communicates at its South- seph Stewart, Gary Stewart, IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Morgan Townsell, Jr., Deceased TIAL DWELLING Dana Y. Rob- PROPERTY Matthew Blum C.P.

westernmost end with a certain Known Surviving Heir of Joseph TIAL PROPERTY Jennifer C.P. September Term, 2018 No. inson C.P. July Term, 2018 No. January Term, 2019 No. 00302

other alley Three feet wide, Stewart, Frederick L. Stewart, Jackson a/k/a Jennifer Formiglia 00513 $87,807.49 Robert Craw- 00633 $43,054.32 Martha E. Von $236,872.23 Phelan Hallinan

which extends Northwestwardly Known Surviving Heir of Joseph C.P. November Term, 2018 No. ley Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha E. Von Diamond & Jones, LLP

and Southeastwardly from the Stewart, Gloria Stewart, Known 01662 $42,604.91 KML Law 1910-358 Rosenstiel, Esq., Lorraine Gaz- 1910-378
4130 W Girard Ave 19104 6th wd. 8607 Brierdale Rd 19128-
said Memphis Street to Aramin- Surviving Heir of Joseph Stew- Group, P.C. zara Doyle, Esq

go Avenue. PRCL# 25-1-4848- art, Frederick J. Stewart, Known 1910-349 3,102 Sq. Ft. OPA#062168900 1910-368 2002 21st wd. 1,570 Sq. Ft.
191 Sparks St 19120 61st wd. 3447 Emerald St 19134 45th wd.
00 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2 Surviving Heir of Joseph Stew- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- OPA#214248100 Subject to

STY MASONRY Pennington art, Arthur Stewart, Known Sur- 1,050 Sq. Ft. OPA#611265500 TIAL PROPERTY Shirley M. 938 Sq. Ft. BRT#452323900 Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS:

189 Management LLC et. al. viving Heir of Joseph Stewart, IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Ross, a/k/a Shirley Ross C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- RESIDENTIAL PROP-

C.P. November Term, 2014 No. Roney Stewart, Known Surviv- TIAL PROPERTY Bennetta O. April Term, 2018 No. 00649 TIAL DWELLING Antonio Ser- ERTY Richard A. Pacell C.P.

02112 $96,937.56 Anita J. Mur- ing Heir of Joseph Stewart, and Lyons C.P. April Term, 2018 No. $167,898.94 Justin F. Kobeski, rano, Jr. C.P. March Term, 2018 April Term, 2016 No. 03377

ray, Esq. Unknown Surviving Heirs of Jo- 00118 $92,470.94 KML Law Esquire; Manley Deas Kochalski No. 01535 $59,692.85 Martha $138,184.30 Phelan Hallinan

1910-332 seph Stewart C.P. January Term, Group, P.C. LLC E. Von Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha Diamond & Jones, LLP
3439 N 17th St 19140 11th wd.
2018 No. 01989 $78,269.12 1910-350 1910-359 E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq, Lorraine 1910-379
7924 Cottage St 19136 65th wd. 1803 73rd Ave 19126 10th wd. 413 E Sharpnack St 19119
17,033 Sq. Ft. OPA#776615010 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, Gazzara Doyle, Esq

IMPROVEMENTS: COMMER- LLC APT 2-4 UNITS 2 STY MASON; 1,141 Sq. Ft. OPA#101349000 1910-369 22nd wd. 1,181 Sq. Ft.
2817 Benner St 19149 62nd wd.
CIAL BUILDING Hero Incor- 1910-341 1,598 Sq. Ft. BRT#651242230 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- OPA#221129300 IMPROVE-
3445 N Orianna St 19140 19th
porated C.P. October Term, 2015 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- TIAL DWELLING Joyce Gil- 1,224 Sq. Ft. OPA#621153400 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

No. 03440 $1,276,334.45 Drew wd. 928 Sq. Ft.; Row Two Story TIAL DWELLING Edward liam C.P. December Term, 2018 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- ERTY Michele Burnam C.P.

Salaman, Esquire Masonry BRT#193085900 IM- Tkach and Elvira Tkach C.P. No. 03580 $68,255.94 RAS Cit- DENTIAL PROPERTY Kelly February Term, 2019 No. 02932

1910-333 PROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- July Term, 2018 No. 02566 ron, LLC, Robert Crawley, Esq Buettler; John A. Buettler, a/k/a $116,967.96 KML Law Group,
3900 Ford Rd, Unit 4C 19131
TIAL DWELLING Luis Ramos $241,036.76 McCabe, Weisberg, 1910-360 John Buettler, a/k/a John A. P.C.
4313 Ludlow St 19104 27th wd.
52nd wd. Park Plaza Condo- $65,476.53 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, LLC Buettler, Jr. C.P. August Term, 1910-380
1210 Alcott St 19149 35th
minium: 1,206 Improvement & Conway, LLC 1910-351 Land Area: 1,204 Sq. Ft.; Im- 2018 No. 03016 $128,719.85
1422 Imogene St 19124 23rd
Area Sq. Ft. OPA#888520039 1910-342 provement Area: 1,006 Sq. Ft. Cristina L. Connor, Esquire; wd. Land Area: 1,103 Sq. Ft.
4448 N 19th St 19140 13th wd.
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- wd. 666 Sq. Ft. OPA#234033900 OPA#272006800 IMPROVE- Manley Deas Kochalski, LLC BRT#352067000 IMPROVE-

532 E Brinton St 19144 59th wd.
Mest C.P. June Term, 2018 No. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- TIAL PROPERTY John K. DWELLING Bashisha Sherrod DWELLING Brian Dructor a/k/a

02254 $133,760.83 Joseph R. TIAL PROPERTY Sering T. Campbell C.P. February Term, C.P. January Term, 2007 No. 2,951 Sq. Ft. OPA#592171000 Brian M. Dructor C.P. July Term,

Loverdi, Esquire Whitehead C.P. January Term, 2019 No. 02924 $16,734.97 01374 $68,697.74 RAS Citron, IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 2018 No. 03343 $37,288.10

1910-334 2019 No. 03020 $70,624.16 KML Law Group, P.C. Robert Crawley Esq. TIAL PROPERTY Monique S. Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, P.C.,
6509 N 16th St 19126 17th
KML Law Group, P.C. 1910-352 1910-361 Bennett, a/k/a Monique Bennett; Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq,
1024 S 22nd St 19146 30th wd. 8342 Williams Ave 19150 50th
wd. ROW B/GAR 2 STY 1910-343 Carlton J. Bennett, a/k/a Carlton Lorraine Gazzara Doyle, Esq
4224 Levick St 19135 55th
MASONRY; 1,442 Sq. Ft. 1,457 Sq. Ft. OPA#302296800 wd. Land Area: 2,004 Sq. Ft.; Bennett C.P. April Term, 2017 1910-381
121 S Redfield St 19139 3rd wd.
BRT#172134000 IMPROVE- wd. ROW B/GAR 2 STY IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Improvement Area: 1,152 Sq. No. 02521 $40,927.47 Cristina

MENTS: RESIDENTIAL MASONRY; 1,324 Sq. Ft. TIAL PROPERTY Nicholas Ft. OPA#502250800 IMPROVE- L. Connor, Esquire; Manley Deas (formerly 46th wd.) 1,040 Sq.

DWELLING Jenna M. Shomo BRT#552075300 IMPROVE- A. Offenbacher C.P. Decem- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL Kochalski, LLC Ft. BRT#031133500 IMPROVE-

C.P. April Term, 2018 No. 03282 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL ber Term, 2013 No. 00110 DWELLING Phyllis Small, in 1910-371 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL
3234 Rhett Rd 19154 66th wd.
$106,036.93 McCabe, Weisberg, DWELLING Angelique Bridges $308,921.71 Meredith H. Woot- Her Capacity as Executrix of the DWELLING Lorraine Young

& Conway, LLC C.P. January Term, 2019 No. ers, Esquire; Manley Deas Ko- Estate of Joyce Butler a/k/a Joyce 1,788 Sq. Ft. OPA#662469400 C.P. October Term, 2018 No.

1910-335 02215 $82,745.25 McCabe, chalski, LLC Marion Butler a/k/a Joyce Marian IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 03701 $85,771.88 Martha E. Von
10820 Modena Terr 19154
Weisberg, & Conway, LLC 1910-353 Butler C.P. February Term, 2019 TIAL PROPERTY William P. Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha E. Von
2118 Robbins Ave a/k/a 2118
66th wd. ROW B/GAR 2 STY 1910-344 No. 00905 $152,595.60 RAS Cit- Weissinger, Jr. C.P. August Term, Rosenstiel, Esq, Lorraine Gaz-
907 Sigel St 19148 1st wd. ROW
MAS+OTHER; 1,449 Sq. Ft. Robbins St 19149 62nd wd. ron, Robert Crawley, Esq. 2018 No. 03123 $151,066.14 zara Doyle, Esq

BRT#662053300 IMPROVE- 2 STY MASONRY; 1,149 Sq. 1,588 Sq. Ft. OPA#621276700 1910-362 Cristina L. Connor, Esquire; 1910-382
5916 Henry Ave 19128 21st wd. 9028 Ashton Rd 19136 57th wd.

DWELLING Kelly A. O’Keefe MENTS: RESIDENTIAL DENTIAL PROPERTY Teresa 1,711 Sq. Ft. OPA#213247200 1910-372 7,150 Sq. Ft.; Improvements:
150 Covington Rd 19120 61st wd.
and Matthew J. Schwartz C.P. DWELLING Estelle Agnes, Cruz and Francisco Rosa C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1,296 Sq. Ft. OPA#571311500

September Term, 2016 No. Known Surviving Heir of Louis May Term, 2017 No. 02094 TIAL PROPERTY Anthony Wy- 1,944 Sq. Ft. OPA#611442000 IMPROVEMENTS: DET W/D

01645 $77,335.90 McCabe, Agnes, Louis Agnes, Known $150,836.88 KML Law Group, chunis C.P. January Term, 2019 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 2 STY MASONRY Warren G.

Weisberg, & Conway, LLC Surviving Heir of Louis Agnes, P.C. No. 02953 $57,495.13 Justin F. TIAL PROPERTY Roudy Rym- Geiger, Jr. C.P. June Term, 2018

1910-336 Elaine Agnes, Known Surviving 1910-354 Kobeski, Esquire; Manley Deas pel C.P. March Term, 2017 No. No. 01777 $122,222.90 Robert
2991 Mercer St 19134 25th wd. 5814 Belmar Terr a/k/a 5814 Bel-
Heir of Louis Agnes, Celeste Kochalski LLC 02490 $97,307.28 Cristina L. Crawley

999 Sq. Ft. OPA#251267000 Agnes, Known Surviving Heir mar St 19143 3rd wd. 1,088 Sq. 1910-363 Connor, Esquire; Manley Deas 1910-383
1032 N Orianna St 19123 5th 4601 Oakmont St 19136 65th
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- of Louis Agnes, B.A., A Minor, Ft. OPA#034106600 IMPROVE- Kochalski, LLC

TIAL PROPERTY Debra Moran Known Surviving Heir of Louis MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- wd. Land Area: 1,216 Sq. Ft.; 1910-373 wd. Land Area: 1,892 Sq. Ft.;
5939 Malta St 19120 35th wd.
as Administratrix of the Estate Agnes and Unknown Surviving ERTY Mitzie Lyons-Foster, Improvement Area: 2,043 Sq. Improvement Area: 1,132 Sq.

of Michelle Elizabeth Moran Heirs of Louis Agnes C.P. No- a/k/a Mitzie Lyons Foster C.P. Ft. OPA#057095420 IMPROVE- 1,058 Sq. Ft. OPA#352285500 Ft. OPA#651082900 IMPROVE-

C.P. February Term, 2017 No. vember Term, 2018 No. 02936 November Term, 2018 No. 01554 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL

04630 $147,458.44 KML Law $116,518.74 McCabe, Weisberg, $58,570.85 Meredith H. Wooters, DWELLING Sharon McPher- TIAL PROPERTY Tomeka DWELLING Helen Ann Scola,

Group, P.C. & Conway, LLC Esquire; Manley Deas Kochalski, son; Joseph Steward a/k/a Joseph Bailey C.P. March Term, 2017 in Her Capacity as Heir of Do-

1910-337 1910-345 LLC Steward III C.P. April Term, 2018 No. 02716 $116,556.25 Justin F. lores A. McGovern a/k/a Dolores
7007 N Broad St 19126 61st wd. 3271 Holme Ave 19114 57th
1910-355 No. 03477 $454,369.21 RAS Cit- Kobeski, Esquire; Manley Deas McGoveren; Unknown heirs, suc-
1527 S Carlisle St 19146 36th wd.
ROW B/GAR 2 STY STONE; wd. ROW B/GAR 2 STY ron, LLC, Robert Crawley, Esq. Kochalski LLC cessors, assigns, and all persons,

1,504 Sq. Ft. BRT#611210900 MASONRY; 1,132 Sq. Ft. 1,336 Sq. Ft. OPA#365021400 1910-364 1910-374 firms, or associations claiming
3437 N 6th St 19140 43rd wd. 1328 N Alden St 19131-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- BRT#572034900 IMPROVE- Subject to Mortgage IMPROVE- right, title, or interest from or

DENTIAL DWELLING Troy MENTS: RESIDENTIAL MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- 1,120 Sq. Ft. OPA#431109500 4114 4th wd. 1,218 Sq. Ft. under Dolores A. McGovern

Lewis and Joyia Lewis C.P. DWELLING Frances D. Bor- ERTY Mary A. Faustino C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- OPA#043119900 IMPROVE- a/k/a Dolores McGovern C.P.




February Term, 2019 No. 01372 1910-394 03436 $186,170.57 Phelan Hal- 1910-413 1910-421 of The Estate of Ethel Maebell

$135,439.93 RAS Citron, LLC, 7219 Marsden St 19135- linan Diamond & Jones, LLP 7140 Jackson St 19135- 1416 Friendship St 19111- Brackett a/k/a Ethel Brackett

Robert Crawley, Esq 1224 41st wd. 1,440 Sq. Ft. 1910-404 1219 41st wd. 1,324 Sq. Ft. 4208 53rd wd. 1,600 Sq. Ft. a/k/a Ethel M Brackett; Javan
734 S 58th St 19143-
1910-384 OPA#412392200 IMPROVE- OPA#412309800 IMPROVE- OPA#532300100 IMPROVE- Cain, in His Capacity as Heir of
5313 Walnut St 19139 53rd wd.
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 2432 3rd wd. 1,304 Sq. Ft. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- Dandrea Brown, Deceased Heir

1,187 Sq. Ft. BRT#603023300 PROPERTY Farzana Chughtai; OPA#033181800 IMPROVE- ERTY Jean M Bonnet; Wesnelle ERTY Anne Edouard a/k/a Ann of The Estate of Ethel Maebell

IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Mohammad Amir Chughtai a/k/a MENTS: RESIDENTIAL St. Louis Bonnet C.P. April Term, Edouard; Dimitri Joseph; Gina Brackett a/k/a Ethel Brackett

TIAL DWELLING Arnett Arthur Mohammad A. Chughtai C.P. PROPERTY Sir Andre A. Hall 2016 No. 01628 $247,599.69 Joseph C.P. March Term, 2014 a/k/a Ethel M Brackett; James

Woodall C.P. April Term, 2018 March Term, 2019 No. 00622 C.P. January Term, 2018 No. Phelan Hallinan Diamond & No. 01713 $217,870.81 Phelan Brown, in His Capacity as Heir of

No. 00996 $109,535.03 Martha $197,191.84 Phelan Hallinan 02102 $37,636.65 Phelan Hal- Jones, LLP Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP Dandrea Brown, Deceased Heir

E. Von Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha Diamond & Jones, LLP linan Diamond & Jones, LLP 1910-414 1910-422 of The Estate of Ethel Maebell

E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq, Lorraine 1910-395 1910-405 328 N Redfield St 19139- 3202 S 20th St 19145 26th wd. Brackett a/k/a Ethel Brackett
5911 Saul St 19149-3446 62nd
Gazzara Doyle, Esq 6337 Mershon St 19149 62nd wd. 1227 4th wd. 1,080 Sq. Ft. 1,534 Sq. Ft. OPA#262166710 a/k/a Ethel M Brackett; Unknown

1910-385 1,029 Sq. Ft. OPA#621585400 wd. 660 Sq. Ft. OPA#621471200 OPA#042252200 IMPROVE- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- heirs, successors, assigns, and all
423 Fern St 19120-1813 61st wd.

1,200 Sq. Ft. OPA#612205000 TIAL PROPERTY Lisa M. TIAL PROPERTY Karen Essig, ERTY Lasawn C. Woods a/k/a Janco and Mary C. Janco C.P. claiming right, title or interest

IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Balthaser C.P. April Term, 2017 in Her Capacity as Heir of Cathe- Lasawn Woods, in Her Capac- September Term, 2018 No. from or under Dandrea Brown,

DENTIAL PROPERTY Tyrone No. 00463 $92,657.47 KML rine J. Kitz, Deceased; Unknown ity as Administratrix and Heir 02717 $573,934.94 KML Law Deceased Heir of The Estate of

Alston; Tracey A. Alston C.P. Law Group, P.C. heirs, successors, assigns, and all of The Estate of Franklin Weir Group, P.C. Ethel Maebell Brackett a/k/a

May Term, 2017 No. 03121 1910-396 persons, firms, or associations a/k/a Franklin E. Weir and in Her 1910-423 Ethel Brackett a/k/a Ethel M

$126,597.33 Phelan Hallinan 5817 Henry Ave 19128 21st claiming right, title or interest Capacity as Administratrix and 4216 Sheffield Ave 19136 Brackett C.P. January Term, 2019

Diamond & Jones, LLP wd. 4,329 Sq. Ft. BRT/OPA# from or under Catherine J. Kitz, Heir of The Estate of Josephine 65th wd. 2,069 Sq. Ft. No. 02680 $67,180.49 Phelan

1910-386 871527960 Subject to Mort- Deceased C.P. July Term, 2018 Woods a/k/a Josephine W. Woods OPA#651129400 Subject to Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP
2015 E Firth St 19125-1315 31st
gage IMPROVEMENTS: S/D No. 03131 $59,141.70 Phelan Deceased, Heir of Franklin Weir Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: 1910-429
8541 Agusta St 19152 57th wd.
wd. 786 Sq. Ft. OPA#314058100 OFF 2 STY MASONRY Purple Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP a/k/a Franklin E. Weir; Unknown RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Door Investments, LLC C.P. 1910-406 heirs, successors, assigns, and all Michael Murphy a/k/a Michael 3,201 Sq. Ft. BRT#562356300
3914 J St 19124-5408 33rd wd.
TIAL PROPERTY Jon B. Batista March Term, 2019 No. 001219 persons, firms, or associations T. Murphy C.P. July Term, 2017 IMPROVEMENTS: S/D W/B

C.P. November Term, 2013 No. $196,364.08 Daniel D. Hag- 1,054 Sq. Ft. OPA#332226700 claiming right, title, or inter- No. 01939 $189,135.07 Justin F. GAR 1 STY MASONRY Mel-

03079 $137,251.48 Phelan Hal- gerty, Esquire, Kang Haggerty & IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- est from or under Franklin Weir Kobeski, Esquire; Manley Deas vin E. Robbins a/k/a M.E.R. and

linan Diamond & Jones, LLP Fetbroyt LLC TIAL PROPERTY Alan Brown, a/k/a Franklin E. Weir, Deceased; Kochalski LLC Martian Robbins, Deceased C.P.

1910-387 1910-397 in His Capacity as Heir of Jason Unknown heirs, successors, as- 1910-424 October Term, 2018 No. 00139
919 N Front St, B 19123-
5629 Pemberton St 19143- Brown, Deceased; Unknown signs, and all persons, firms, or 5140 Pennway St 19124- $162,456.61 Milstead & Associ-

1715 5th wd. 2,491 Sq. Ft. 2419 46th wd. 1,194 Sq. Ft. heirs, successors, assigns, and associations claiming right, title, 3021 23rd wd. 1,327 Sq. Ft. ates, LLC

OPA#057019120 IMPROVE- OPA#463060600 IMPROVE- all persons, firms, or associations or interest from or under Jose- OPA#233100300 IMPROVE- 1910-430
4912 N Hutchinson St 19141-
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL claiming right, title or interest phine Woods a/k/a Josephine W. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

ERTY Sean F. Mccullough; PROPERTY Nasiybah Sayfullah from or under Jason Brown, De- Woods, Deceased, Heir of Frank- ERTY Ricardo I. Lopez, Jr C.P. 3916 49th wd. 1,224 Sq. Ft.

Christina M. Spicer C.P. De- C.P. April Term, 2019 No. 01169 ceased C.P. February Term, 2019 lin Weir a/k/a Franklin E. Weir, February Term, 2015 No. 03016 OPA#491323900 IMPROVE-

cember Term, 2018 No. 03520 $148,441.49 Phelan Hallinan No. 02739 $39,521.82 Phelan Deceased C.P. March Term, 2019 $130,809.76 Phelan Hallinan MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

$407,975.57 Phelan Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP No. 03450 $35,826.93 Phelan Diamond & Jones, LLP ERTY Iveania R. Hill a/k/a Ivea-

Diamond & Jones, LLP 1910-398 1910-407 Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP 1910-425 nia Hill C.P. January Term, 2019
5838 Oxford Ave 19149-
1910-388 6022 Locust St 19139 3rd wd. 1910-415 421 E Rockland St a/k/a 421 No. 00306 $95,750.47 Phelan
4603 Lansing St 19136-
1,392 Sq. Ft. OPA#031093900 3722 35th wd. 1,100 Sq. Ft. 1708 S 16th St 19145- Rockland St 19120 42nd wd. Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP

3202 65th wd. 1,024 Sq. Ft. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- OPA#352341200 IMPROVE- 2245 36th wd. 1,352 Sq. Ft. 1,728 Sq. Ft. OPA#421124500 1910-431
7537 Woolston Ave 19150-

MENTS: RESIDENTIAL Fowler C.P. April Term, 2017 ERTY Jonathan O. Addo; Celia MENTS: RESIDENTIAL TIAL PROPERTY Terrence 2611 10th wd. 1,224 Sq. Ft.

PROPERTY Joseph Loughlin No. 00076 $145,174.21 KML Cruz a/k/a Celia S. Cruz C.P. PROPERTY Frank M. Mcquilkin Redding a/k/a Terrence S. Red- OPA#102424100 IMPROVE-

C.P. July Term, 2016 No. 03209 Law Group, P.C. March Term, 2019 No. 00620 a/k/a Frank Mcquilkin C.P. ding a/k/a Terence Redd C.P. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL

$109,592.15 Phelan Hallinan 1910-399 $96,436.61 Phelan Hallinan Dia- March Term, 2019 No. 02253 March Term, 2019 No. 01019 PROPERTY Joseph A. Taylor,

Diamond & Jones, LLP 749 Magee Ave 19111 35th mond & Jones, LLP $58,506.87 Phelan Hallinan Dia- $155,427.36 Phelan Hallinan III a/k/a Joseph Taylor C.P. Feb-

1910-389 wd. Land Area: 2,340 Sq. Ft. 1910-408 mond & Jones, LLP Diamond & Jones, LLP ruary Term, 2019 No. 03109
6328 Newtown Ave 19111 1011 Lorraine St 19116 58th wd.
BRT#353109401 IMPROVE- 1910-416 1910-426 $139,428.43 Phelan Hallinan

35th wd. 9,362 Sq. Ft. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1,652 Sq. Ft. OPA#582213000 41 N Paxon St 19139- 1947 Bridge St 19124- Diamond & Jones, LLP

OPA#353184500 IMPROVE- DWELLING Tatyna Petrosov IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 2749 44th wd. 2,108 Sq. Ft. 2126 62nd wd. 1,440 Sq. Ft. 1910-432
1528 W Oakdale St 19132-
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- and Dmitriy Koslov C.P. TIAL PROPERTY Kristen San- OPA#441108000 IMPROVE- OPA#622117400 IMPROVE-

ERTY Terrence J. Bishop a/k/a July Term, 2013 No. 04445 chez; Michael J. Sanchez C.P. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 3921 16th wd. 1,120 Sq. Ft.

Terrence Bishop and Carla La- $214,085.16 Martha E. Von August Term, 2012 No. 02337 PROPERTY William Reid C.P. PROPERTY Lillian Ford C.P. OPA#161317200 IMPROVE-

verna Bishop a/k/a Carla Bishop Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha E. Von $267,570.44 Phelan Hallinan May Term, 2018 No. 03003 February Term, 2016 No. 02014 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

C.P. February Term, 2016 No. Rosenstiel, Esq, Lorraine Gaz- Diamond & Jones, LLP $194,489.38 Phelan Hallinan $87,055.39 Phelan Hallinan Dia- ERTY Unknown heirs, succes-

04556 $368,966.14 KML Law zara Doyle, Esq 1910-409 Diamond & Jones, LLP mond & Jones, LLP sors, assigns, and all persons,
5627 Catharine St 19143-
Group, P.C. 1910-400 1910-417 1910-427 firms, or associations claiming

1910-390 1221 N 53rd St 19131 44th wd. 2814 46th wd. 1,320 Sq. Ft. 6624 Edmund St 19135 41st wd. 1318 Greeby St 19111 53rd wd. right, title or interest from or
5634 Thomas Ave 19143-
1,155 Sq. Ft. OPA#442319400 OPA#463096300 Subject to 1440 Sq. Ft. BRT#41-1398000 1,272 Sq. Ft. BRT#531141500 under Ella M. Jordan a/k/a Ella

4645 51st wd. 1,230 Sq. Ft. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS: ROW/ IMPROVEMENTS: ROW B/ Mae Jordan, Deceased C.P.


MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- Young and Shirley Young C.P. Latanya Holmes; Kenya D. Mary Ann Levans a/k/a Mary A. Tai-Nin-Chan C.P. March Term, $11,018.75 Phelan Hallinan Dia-

ERTY Colleen P. Goodwyn a/k/a October Term, 2016 No. 01422 Holmes C.P. September Term, Levans C.P. October Term, 2018 2019 No. 03442 $17,462.28 Mil- mond & Jones, LLP

Colleen Goodwyn; Bernadette M. $74,506.97 KML Law Group, 2018 No. 00005 $135,306.42 No. 00797 $66,739.85 Emmanuel stead & Associates, LLC 1910-433
615 Robbins St 19111 35th wd.
Goodwyn a/k/a Bernadette Good- P.C. Phelan Hallinan Diamond & J. Argentieri, Esquire 1910-428

wyn C.P. December Term, 2017 1910-401 Jones, LLP 1910-418 2910 W Flora St 19121-4509 29th 3,031 Sq. Ft. BRT#353031200

No. 04066 $89,785.58 Phelan 6627 Hegerman St 19135 1910-410 221 E Upsal St 19119 22nd wd. wd. 940 Sq. Ft. OPA#292189600 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
9338 Academy Rd 19114-
Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP 41st wd. 2,250 Sq. Ft. 1,666 Sq. Ft.; Improvements: IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- TIAL DWELLING Shawn Da-

1910-391 BRT#411387000 IMPROVE- 3523 57th wd. 1,712 Sq. Ft. 960 Sq. Ft. OPA#221092900 TIAL PROPERTY Unknown vis C.P. September Term, 2018
1406 E Sharpnack St 19150-
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL OPA#572337300 IMPROVE- IMPROVEMENTS: SEMI/DET Successor Administrator of The No. 02506 $154,341.76 Powers

2108 50th wd. 1,084 Sq. Ft. DWELLING Edwin Martinez MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- 2 STY MASONRY Justine Har- Estate of Ethel Mabel Brackett Kirn, LLC

OPA#501471400 IMPROVE- C.P. December Term, 2018 No. ERTY Luis S. Fuentes, Jr. C.P. mon C.P. December Term, 2018 a/k/a Ethel Brackett a/k/a Ethel 1910-434
11715 W Centennial Sq a/k/a
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- 03879 $89,076.82 Martha E. October Term, 2018 No. 03361 No. 02960 $110,352.22 Robert M Brackett; Myron Jones, in His

ERTY Ricardo A. Forrest C.P. Von Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha E. $258,585.51 Phelan Hallinan Flacco Capacity as Heir of The Estate 11715 Centennial Sq West

March Term, 2019 No. 00811 Von Rosenstiel, Esq, Lorraine Diamond & Jones, LLP 1910-419 of Ethel Maebell Brackett a/k/a a/k/a 11715 Centennial Sq

$119,496.49 Phelan Hallinan Gazzara Doyle, Esq 1910-411 6518 N Bouvier St 19126 17th Ethel Brackett a/k/a Ethel M 19116 58th wd. 2,881 Sq. Ft.
8663 Gilbert St 19150-
Diamond & Jones, LLP 1910-402 wd. Land Area: 1,292 Sq. Ft.; Brackett; Esther Jones-Woodrit, BRT#582539859 IMPROVE-

1910-392 5545 Miriam Rd 19124- 2703 50th wd. 1,200 Sq. Ft. Improvement Area: 1,246 Sq. in Her Capacity as Heir of The MENTS: RESIDENTIAL
6059 Lawndale St 19111 35th wd.
1715 35th wd. 1,340 Sq. Ft. OPA#502141400 IMPROVE- Ft. OPA#172230700 IMPROVE- Estate of Ethel Maebell Brackett DWELLING Thomas T. McHale,

1,646 Sq. Ft. OPA#352324900 OPA#351414200 IMPROVE- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL MENTS: RESIDENTIAL a/k/a Ethel Brackett a/k/a Ethel IV a/k/a Thomas P. McHale, IV

IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Charita Worthy C.P. DWELLING Betty J. Knox C.P. M Brackett; Unknown heirs, suc- a/k/a Thomas McHale, IV C.P.

TIAL PROPERTY Niyah Smith- PROPERTY Marie Angerville February Term, 2019 No. 02249 March Term, 2019 No. 01788 cessors, assigns, and all persons, February Term, 2019 No. 01343

Walker and Sheldon Walker C.P. a/k/a Marie S. Angerville; Sam- $83,004.27 Phelan Hallinan Dia- $59,639.54 RAS Citron, LLC, firms, or associations claiming $240,971.62 Powers Kirn, LLC

January Term, 2017 No. 02611 uel Florent C.P. February Term, mond & Jones, LLP Robert Crawley, Esq right, title or interest from or 1910-435
1040 Alcott St 19149-
$162,539.40 KML Law Group, 2018 No. 00073 $94,026.24 1910-412 1910-420 under Ethel Maebell Brackett
8242 Williams Ave 19150-
P.C. Phelan Hallinan Diamond & 1115 W Chelten Ave a/k/a 1115 a/k/a Ethel Brackett a/k/a Ethel 3608 35th wd. 1,192 Sq. Ft.

1910-393 Jones, LLP 2011 50th wd. 1,464 Sq. Ft. Chelten Ave 19126 49th wd. M Brackett, Deceased; Kennethia OPA#352061100 IMPROVE-
2458 Cedar St 19125-3020 31st
1910-403 OPA#502246700 Subject to 5,022 Sq. Ft. OPA#493059000 Brown, in Her Capacity as Heir MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

wd. 900 Sq. Ft. OPA#312034000 3208 Holyoke Rd 19114- Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- of Dandrea Brown, Deceased ERTY Roosevelt Smallwood, III,

IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 3522 57th wd. 2,080 Sq. Ft. RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TIAL PROPERTY Diana W. Heir of The Estate of Ethel Mae- in His Capacity as Administrator

TIAL PROPERTY Robin Cur- OPA#572112100 IMPROVE- Octavia Rosser C.P. March Term, Campbell C.P. June Term, 2018 bell Brackett a/k/a Ethel Brackett of The Estate of Angela P. Martin

rid C.P. August Term, 2017 No. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 2019 No. 00617 $149,211.22 No. 01699 $127,026.10 Cristina a/k/a Ethel M Brackett; Leonard a/k/a Angela Martin; Unknown

02512 $152,188.58 Phelan Hal- PROPERTY Phyllis M. Livezey Phelan Hallinan Diamond & L. Connor, Esquire; Manley Deas Strong, in His Capacity as Heir of heirs, successors, assigns, and

linan Diamond & Jones, LLP C.P. October Term, 2017 No. Jones, LLP Kochalski, LLC Dandrea Brown, Deceased Heir all persons, firms, or associations




claiming right, title or interest C.P. September Term, 2016 No. ERTY Willie L. Robinson C.P. 1910-462 1910-472 OPA#493254100 IMPROVE-
6156 Lebanon Ave 19151- 3908 N Darien St 19140 43rd
from or under Angela P. Martin 03590 $87,265.06 KML Law January Term, 2019 No. 01194 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL

a/k/a Angela Priscilla Martin, Group, P.C. $2,342.10 Phelan Hallinan Dia- 4508 34th wd. 2,092 Sq. Ft. wd. 720 Sq. Ft. OPA#433130300 PROPERTY George R. Battle

Deceased C.P. April Term, 2019 1910-442 mond & Jones, LLP OPA#342127200 IMPROVE- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- C.P. June Term, 2018 No. 03323
3660 N Hereford Ln 19114-
No. 00343 $106,958.19 Phelan 1910-452 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL TIAL PROPERTY Andy Mar- $76,505.52 Phelan Hallinan Dia-
2650 S 66th St 19142 40th wd.
Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP 1909 66th wd. 1,260 Sq. Ft. PROPERTY Karen D. Evans tinez Solely in His Capacity as mond & Jones, LLP

1910-436 OPA#661253300 IMPROVE- 1,609 Sq. Ft. OPA#406021700 C.P. October Term, 2018 No. Heir of Elina Morales, Deceased, 1910-481
3900 Ford Rd, Unit 5L, Park 6545 Walker St 19135 55th wd.
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 02461 $224,350.76 Phelan Hal- Edward Martintez Solely in His

Plaza Condominium a/k/a 3900 PROPERTY Christine B. Moan, TIAL PROPERTY Edith Pender linan Diamond & Jones, LLP Capacity as Heir of Elina Mo- 1,330 Sq. Ft. OPA#552331100

Ford Rd, 5L a/k/a 3900 Ford Individually and in Her Capacity C.P. September Term, 2018 No. 1910-463 rales, Deceased, Eileen Martinez IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
118 E Tulpehocken St 19144-
Rd, Apt. 5L 19131 52nd wd. as Administratrix of The Estate 01412 $32,604.76 KML Law Solely in Her Capacity as Heir TIAL PROPERTY Lawrence

986 Sq. Ft. BRT#888520066 and Heir of The Estate of John Group, P.C. 2030 59th wd. 1,280 Sq. Ft. of Elina Morales, Deceased, Brown C.P. July Term, 2011 No.

IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Maguire a/k/a John D. Maguire 1910-453 OPA#592102700 IMPROVE- Tamara Martinez Solely in Her 01640 $169,411.18 KML Law
5837 Theodore St 19143 40th wd.
TIAL DWELLING Glenda L. a/k/a John D. Maguire, Jr C.P. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL Capacity as Heir of Elina Mo- Group, P.C.

Custalow C.P. March Term, November Term, 2018 No. 01965 1,040 Sq. Ft. BRT#402243900 PROPERTY Wanda Ross C.P. rales, Deceased, Miguel Martinez 1910-482
6846 Guyer Ave 19142 40th wd.
2019 No. 01423 $54,057.76 $194,522.88 Phelan Hallinan IMPROVEMENTS: ROW B/ January Term, 2019 No. 00637 a/k/a Michael Martinez Solely

Powers Kirn, LLC Diamond & Jones, LLP GAR 2 STY MASONRY Mar- $68,050.23 Phelan Hallinan Dia- in His Capacity as Heir of Elina 1,184 Sq. Ft. OPA#406330500

1910-437 1910-443 shari Chambers FKA Marshari mond & Jones, LLP Morales, Deceased, Jacqueline Y. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
5118 James St 19137 45th wd. 5927 Newtown Ave 19120
Hamilton C.P. September Term, 1910-464 Martinez a/k/a Yvette Martinez TIAL PROPERTY Ruguatu
111 W Abbottsford Ave
1,105 Sq. Ft. OPA#45-3-4120- 35th wd. 1,200 Sq. Ft. 2017 No. 02503 $118,836.53 Solely in Her Capacity as Heir of Fanday C.P. January Term, 2019

00 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2 OPA#352216200 IMPROVE- Milstead & Associates, LLC 19144 12th wd. 1,747 Sq. Ft. Elina Morales, Deceased, India No. 02679 $56,206.59 KML Law

STORY MASON Elena Yakov- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1910-454 OPA#123016300 IMPROVE- Montanez Solely in Her Capac- Group, P.C.
608 Brill St 19120 35th wd. 900
lev a/k/a Elena Sklyar, Execu- PROPERTY Anthony Jones C.P. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL ity as Heir of Elina Morales, 1910-483
3304 Fairdale Rd 19154 66th wd.
trix of The Estate of Kostyantin January Term, 2018 No. 00879 Sq. Ft. BRT#351170400 IM- PROPERTY Mitchell Shepard Deceased, Abner Nazario Solely

Sklyar a/k/a Konstantin Sklyar, $41,090.72 KML Law Group, PROVEMENTS: ROW B/GAR 2 C.P. January Term, 2019 No. in His Capacity as Heir of Elina 1,800 Sq. Ft. OPA#663022100

Deceased a/k/a Adminstratrix P.C. STY MASONRY Michelle Reid 03329 $168,853.86 KML Law Morales, Deceased and Edwin IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-

C.T.A. of The Estate of Kosty- 1910-444 C.P. December Term, 2018 No. Group, P.C. Nazario a/k/a Raphael Nazario TIAL Michael V. Johnson and
1324 Locust St, Unit #1407
antin Sklyar a/k/a Konstantin 00794 $76,732.27 Milstead & 1910-465 Solely in His Capacity as Heir Hilda Baez C.P. December Term,
6226 N 20th St 19138 17th wd.
Sklyar, Deceased and Elena 19107 5th wd. 318 Sq. Ft. Associates, LLC of Elina Morales, Deceased C.P. 2018 No. 03098 $167,906.90 Jill

Yakovlev a/k/a Elena Sklyar, OPA#88-8-1158-44 IMPROVE- 1910-455 1,600 Sq. Ft. BRT#172386000 December Term, 2018 No. 02533 M. Fein, Esquire
108 N Ruby St 19139 44th wd.
Individually C.P. March Term, MENTS: RES CONDO 5 STO- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- $43,625.92 KML Law Group, 1910-484
5743 N 13th St 19141 49th wd.
2012 No. 02086 $104,338.68 RY MASON Ammar Marwan 885 Sq. Ft. OPA#441202100 DENTIAL Shenia C. Leverette P.C.

Jennifer D. Gould, Esq., Stark Hemoalyounes and Alaa Refat IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- C.P. November Term, 2018 No. 1910-473 1,501 Sq. Ft. OPA#493201100
5702 Sprague St 19138 59th wd.
& Stark, PC Somaia C.P. November Term, TIAL PROPERTY Vasco D 02178 $144,473.54 Stern & IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-

1910-438 2018 No. 02550 $7,232.87 Jen- Slayton III, Solely in His Ca- Eisenberg PC 931 Sq. Ft. OPA#591210500 TIAL PROPERTY Seth Asmar
6205 Morton St 19144-
nifer D. Gould, Esq., Stark & pacity as Heir of Vasco Slayton, 1910-466 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Davis-Glenn a/k/a Seth A. Davis-
3701 Clarendon Ave 19114-
1612 59th wd. 1,920 Sq. Ft. Stark, P.C. Jr., Deceased and Frank Welsh TIAL PROPERTY Tina Marie Glenn C.P. November Term, 2018

OPA#592208900 Subject to 1910-445 Solely in His Capacity as Heir 1920 66th wd. 1,260 Sq. Ft. Hall-Jordan Administratrix No. 00570 $174,108.73 KML
5119 Saul St 19124 62nd wd.
Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: of Vasco Slayton, Jr., Deceased OPA#661263700 IMPROVE- C.T.A. of the Estate of Deb- Law Group, P.C.

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY 1,520 Sq. Ft. OPA#621461000 C.P. November Term, 2018 No. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL bie A. Downing Deceased C.P. 1910-485
2905 Elbridge St 19149 55th wd.
Donna Marie Lane C.P. Janu- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 01774 $30,740.28 KML Law PROPERTY Christian Denofa October Term, 2016 No. 01256

ary Term, 2017 No. 04102 TIAL PROPERTY Kia R. Hol- Group, P.C. C.P. January Term, 2019 No. $26,513.94 KML Law Group, 1,271 Sq. Ft. OPA#551026300

$124,422.67 Phelan Hallinan land and Charles W. Stone C.P. 1910-456 03011 $159,656.41 Phelan Hal- P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
2544 S 61st St 19142 40th wd.
Diamond & Jones, LLP October Term, 2018 No. 00994 linan Diamond & Jones, LLP 1910-474 TIAL PROPERTY Jennifer
2401 Pennsylvania Ave Unit
1910-439 $61,182.02 KML Law Group, 1,096 Sq. Ft. BRT#402065400 1910-467 Wible C.P. February Term, 2019
3123 Camac St a/k/a 3123 N 7731 Overbrook Ave 19151
P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2 STY 11B-7 a/k/a 2401 Pennsylva- No. 02952 $114,612.34 KML

Camac St 19133-1311 43rd wd. 1910-446 MASONRY Shirley Leverette, 34th wd. 1,776 Sq. Ft. nia Ave Apt 11B27 19103 15th Law Group, P.C.
2541 N Marston St 19132
1,396 Sq. Ft. OPA#431153500 Deceased C.P. February Term, BRT#343262100 IMPROVE- wd. 0 Sq. Ft. OPA#888150796 1910-486
6301 Revere St 19149-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 28th wd. 1,160 Sq. Ft. 2018 No. 01152 $106,842.27 MENTS: COMMERCIAL IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-

TIAL PROPERTY Shaquetta OPA#281084100 IMPROVE- Milstead & Associates, LLC REAL ESTATE KGCC Proper- TIAL PROPERTY Jacqueline 3038 62nd wd. 1,332 Sq. Ft.

Phillips, in Her Capacity as MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1910-457 ties, LP c/o Gregory Pellathy, Guynn C.P. December Term, OPA#621560500 IMPROVE-
4714-20 Oxford Ave 19124
Heir of William Mckinley Phil- PROPERTY Rannie Henley Sr. Managing Member of KGCC 2018 No. 01106 $141,906.30 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP-

lips a/k/a William Phillips, a/k/a Rannie M. Henley Sr. C.P. 23rd wd. 2,974 Sq. Ft. Properties GP, LLC, its General KML Law Group, P.C. ERTY Louis F. Dupre; Marie Du-

Deceased; William Mckinley March Term, 2019 No. 02855 BRT#871108950 IMPROVE- Partner C.P. April Term, 2019 1910-475 pre C.P. September Term, 2017
2725 Mercer St 19134 31st wd.
Phillips, Jr, in His Capacity as $49,899.90 KML Law Group, MENTS: MIXED USE Paul No. 00760 $132,442.80 Stern & No. 00066 $118,801.97 Phelan

Heir of William Mckinley Phil- P.C. Croll and Delroy Forrest C.P. Eisenberg PC 938 Sq. Ft. BRT#312103900 Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP

lips a/k/a William Phillips, 1910-447 May Term, 2019 No. 01739 1910-468 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2 STY 1910-487
4787 Richmond St 19137 5326 Vine St 19139 44th wd. 310 Robbins St 19111 35th wd.
Deceased; Unknown heirs, suc- $152,828.64 Weber Gallagher MASONRY Dolores Steer C.P.

cessors, assigns, and all persons, 45th wd. 1,721 Sq. Ft. Simpson Stapleton Fires & New- 1,470 Sq. Ft. BRT#441040200 August Term, 2016 No. 01902 1,504 Sq. Ft. BRT#353016300

firms, or associations claiming OPA#453324600 IMPROVE- by, LLP, Sarah A. Elia, Esq. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- $137,375.69 Milstead & Associ- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-

right, title or interest from or MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1910-458 DENTIAL Brenda Pitts C.P. ates, LLC DENTIAL DWELLING James
4608 Conshohocken Ave 19131-
under William Mckinley Phillips PROPERTY Terence Allmond February Term, 2019 No. 00622 1910-476 Wall and Ambrose Wall C.P.
5839 Ludlow St 19139 60th wd.
a/k/a William Phillips, Deceased C.P. April Term, 2019 No. 00009 2703 52nd wd. 1,328 Sq. Ft. $20,687.18 Stern & Eisenberg October Term, 2018 No. 00974

C.P. January Term, 2019 No. $208,273.67 KML Law Group, OPA#521187200 Subject to PC 1,304 Sq. Ft. OPA#604146400 $103,975.16 Law Office of Greg-

00103 $54,360.59 Phelan Hal- P.C. Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: 1910-469 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- ory Javardian, LLC
1916 Evarts St 19152 35th wd.
linan Diamond & Jones, LLP 1910-448 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TIAL PROPERTY Tammi N. 1910-488
1328 Narragansett St 19138 604 Walnut Ln 19128 21st wd.
1910-440 Terrence Williams C.P. Oc- 4,125 Sq. Ft. BRT#562241500; Washington C.P. March Term,
6607 N 21st St 19138 10th wd.
59th wd. 15 feet by 71 feet tober Term, 2018 No. 03362 PRCL#157 N 10-50 IMPROVE- 2014 No. 04487 $75,705.16 Sha- Beginning Point: At a point on

1,188 Sq. Ft. OPA#102086900 OPA#591144900 IMPROVE- $58,666.61 Phelan Hallinan Dia- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL piro & DeNardo, LLC the Northwesterly side of Wal-

IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- MENTS: TWO STORY MA- mond & Jones, LLP DWELLING Joseph Waldman 1910-477 nut Lane (70 feet wide) measure
2403 Duncan St 19124 23rd wd.
DENTIAL PROPERTY Ronald SONRY DWELLING Jamar W. 1910-459 and Hannah Waldman C.P. North 62 degrees 42 minutes
2023 Ripley St 19152-
Edward Potter, Jr, in His Capac- Sutton C.P. March Term, 2019 January Term, 2018 No. 02282 2,250 Sq. Ft. OPA#231013000 14 seconds East along the said

ity as Heir of Ronald T. Potter, No. 01220 $32,583.06 Jay E. 3208 56th wd. 1,632 Sq. Ft. $120,698.65 Powers, Kirn & As- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- northwesterly side of Walnut

Deceased; Lisa Monet Potter, in Kivitz, Esq. OPA#561579800 IMPROVE- sociates, LLC TIAL PROPERTY Joseph Law- Lane. BRT#213085815 IM-

Her Capacity as Heir of Ronald 1910-449 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- 1910-470 less C.P. February Term, 2016 PROVEMENTS: ROW 2 STY
2936 N Howard St 19133 7th 1905-1907 Orthodox St 19124
T. Potter, Deceased; Brianna ERTY Roy J. Goldwire C.P. No. 03941 $197,850.62 Shapiro MASONRY Karen M. Browne

Potter, in Her Capacity as Heir wd. 960 Sq. Ft. OPA#071076200 November Term, 2018 No. 00623 23rd wd. Beginning Point: Situ- & DeNardo, LLC C.P. May Term, 2015 No. 02566

of Ronald T. Potter, Deceased; IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- $412,683.43 Phelan Hallinan ate on the Northeastwardly side 1910-478 $398,200.86 Richard J. Nalban-
3339 Princeton Ave 19149
Bruce D. Potter, in His Capac- TIAL PROPERTY Emmanuel Diamond & Jones, LLP of Orthodox Street (as shown dian, III

ity as Heir of Ronald T. Potter, Herrington C.P. August Term, 1910-460 on side Plan 40’ wide) at the 55th wd. 1,778 Sq. Ft. 1910-489
2420 S Arcola St 19153- 725 N. 44th St 19104 6th wd.
Deceased; Mark A. Potter, in 2018 No. 00260 $40,964.30 distance of 41” Southeastward OPA#551397400 IMPROVE-

His Capacity as Heir of Ronald KML Law Group, P.C. 1305 40th wd. 1,056 Sq. Ft. from Southeastwardly side of MENTS: RESIDENTIAL Seth 2,707 Sq. Ft. OPA#061297110

T. Potter, Deceased; Unknown 1910-450 OPA#404156274 IMPROVE- Tackawanna St in Frankford Goki and Patricia Piazza C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
4523 N Broad St 19140 49th
heirs, successors, assigns, and MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- OPA#871108700 IMPROVE- December Term, 2018 No. 03305 TIAL Theresa and Lamar Simp-

all persons, firms, or associa- wd. Land Area: 1,064 Sq. Ft.; ERTY Christopher A. Smith C.P. MENTS: DET OFF/STR 2 $116,788.23 Jill M. Fein, Esquire son C.P. June Term, 2011 No.

tions claiming right, title, or in- Improvement Area: 2,544 Sq. February Term, 2019 No. 00185 STY MASONRY Verna Barnes 1910-479 02133 $175,423.94 Jill M. Fein,
2326 Mercer St 19125-3625 31st
terest from or under Ronald T. Ft. OPA#491540300 IMPROVE- $76,216.00 Phelan Hallinan Dia- C.P. November Term, 2018 No. Esquire

Potter, Deceased C.P. July Term, MENTS: ROW CANV/APT mond & Jones, LLP 03369 $79,817.32 Patrick J. wd. 738 Sq. Ft. OPA#312095600 1910-490
729 E Allegheny Ave 19134 33rd
2017 No. 02829 $70,067.45 3 STY MASONRY Debbie 1910-461 Wesner, Esquire IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE
5861 Woodcrest Ave 19131
Phelan Hallinan Diamond & McElveen C.P. June Term, 2011 1910-471 FAMILY RESIDENTIAL wd. 798 Sq. Ft. OPA#331040900
863 Foulkrod St 19124 35th wd.
Jones, LLP No. 00337 $116,123.20 Robert 52nd wd. 1,575 Sq. Ft. DWELLING Patrick J. Miralles IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-

1910-441 Crawley, Esq. BRT#522160100 IMPROVE- 1,581 Sq. Ft. OPA#351080710 C.P. December Term, 2018 No. TIAL PROPERTY Javier Rivera-
6635 Blakemore St 19119
1910-451 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 00938 $198,746.87 Hladik, On- Mercado C.P. August Term, 2018
4258 N Reese St 19140-
22nd wd. 3,172 Sq. Ft. DWELLING Rose D. Flambert DENTIAL PROPERTY Pedro orato, & Federman, LLP No. 01479 $52,667.72 KML Law

OPA#221288120 IMPROVE- 2531 43rd wd. 1,036 Sq. Ft. C.P. February Term, 2019 No. Carrasquillo Jr. C.P. May Term, 1910-480 Group, P.C.
6243 N Broad St 19141-
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL OPA#433239800 IMPROVE- 01962 $122,939.30 Powers Kirn, 2018 No. 01601 $85,166.53 1910-491
7116 Ogontz Ave 19138 10th wd.
PROPERTY George L. Brown MENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROP- LLC KML Law Group, P.C. 2007 49th wd. 2,706 Sq. Ft.




Residential Row 2 Story Masonry Evanson, Co-Administrator of of Mary Anne Campellone a/k/a IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 2014 No. 04007 $229,288.32
Clive Calvert Evanson C.P. Sep- Mary A. Campellone, deceased
BRT#102015600 IMPROVE- tember Term, 2018 No. 01628 C.P. November Term, 2018 No. DENTIAL PROPERTY Robert TIAL PROPERTY The Unknown Phelan Hallinan Diamond &
$64,642.85 Lyndsay E. Row- 02079 $193,489.39 Shapiro &
MENTS: ERECTED THEREON land, Esq DeNardo, LLC Tucker C.P. February Term, Heirs of Reginald Joseph a/k/a Jones, LLP

Vermelle Thomas and Luther W. 1910-501 1910-505 2017 No. 03500 $97,641.77 Reginald L. Joseph, Deceased, 1910-527
4408 Vista St 19136 41st wd. 1255 Gillham St 19111 53rd wd. 1631 E. McPherson St a/k/a
Thomas C.P. December Term, 977 Sq. Ft. OPA#412195600 1,222 Sq. Ft. OPA#531171800 KML Law Group, P.C. Aretha Joseph, Solely in Her Ca-
2016 No. 00502 $50,875.68 TIAL PROPERTY Michael L. TIAL PROPERTY Carnesta 1910-512 pacity as Heir of Reginald Joseph 1631 McPherson St 19150 50th
Winston and Jean M. Winston Midgette C.P. March Term, 2018 9241 Crispin St 19114 57th
Christina J. Pross, Esquire C.P. September Term, 2016 No. No. 01979 $36,159.53 Shapiro a/k/a Reginald L. Joseph, De- wd. 2,901 Sq. Ft.(land area);
00303 $164,555.29 KML Law & DeNardo, LLC
1910-492 Group, P.C. wd. Land: 3,650 Sq. Ft.; Im- ceased and Sherri Joseph, Solely 1,400 Sq. Ft.(improvement area)
4312 Frankford Ave 19124- 1910-506
1910-502 245 Rochelle Ave 19128 21st wd. provement: 1,060 Sq. Ft.; Total: in Her Capacity as Heir of Regi- BRT#501499700 Subject to
5804 Catharine St 19143 3rd wd. 2,007 Sq. Ft. OPA#213013300
3926 Frankford 2,576 Sq. Ft. 1,240 Sq. Ft. OPA#033000300 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 3,650 Sq. Ft. OPA#572355700 nald Joseph a/k/a Reginald L. Jo- Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS:
OPA#232465500 IMPROVE- TIAL PROPERTY Chrystel Bry- Pilgermayer a/k/a Aimee Pil- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- seph, Deceased C.P. April Term, APT 2-4 UNITS 2 STY MA-
ant, Solely in Her Capacity as garmayer; Benjamin J. Sheaffer
MENTS: STR/OFF+APT 3 STY Heir of Sarah J. Bryant and Sam- a/k/a Benjamin Shaeffer C.P. DENTIAL PROPERTY Dennis 2018 No. 01599 $76,894.80 SON John Edward Lee C.P.
mie L. Bryant Deceased, Darryl February Term, 2016 No. 00434
MASONRY Abhigyan Singh C.P. Bryant Solely in His Capacity as $266,305.16 Phelan Hallinan Grzeskowiak and Constance KML Law Group, P.C. March Term, 2019 No. 01716
Heir of Sarah J. Bryant and Sam- Diamond & Jones, LLP
September Term, 2018 No. 03021 mie L. Bryant Deceased, Gar- Grzeskowiak C.P. March Term, 1910-522 $117,178.72 Michelle Pierro,
field Bryant Solely in His Ca- 1910-507 1170 E Upsal St 19150 10th
$119,863.89 Hladik, Onorato, & pacity as Heir of Sarah J. Bryant 6935 Shelbourne St 19111 2019 No. 02406 $258,982.87 Esquire
Deceased, Kevin Bryant Solely 35th wd. 3,048 Sq. Ft.
Federman, LLP in His Capacity as Heir of Sarah BRT#353210100 IMPROVE- Richard M. Squire & Associ- wd. Land Area: 1,306 Sq. Ft.; 1910-528A
J. Bryant and Sammie L. Bryant MENTS: APT 2-4 UNITS 2 4007 Lancaster Ave 19104
1910-493 Deceased, Patricia Bryant Solely STY MASON Dmitry Ko- ates, LLC Improvement Area: 1,024 Sq.
127 W Godfrey Ave 19120 in Her Capacity as Heir of Sarah zlov and Tanya Petrosov C.P.
J. Bryant and Sammie L. Bryant June Term, 2013 No. 02639 1910-513 Ft. OPA#102331800 IMPROVE- 6th wd. 1,617 Sq. Ft.
Deceased, Sean Bryant Solely $140,238.10 Milstead & Associ- 220 E Hortter St 19119
61st wd. 1,050 Sq. Ft. in His Capacity as Heir Sarah ates, LLC MENTS: RESIDENTIAL BRT#774211010 IMPROVE-
J. Bryant and Sammie L. Bryant
BRT#611286600 IMPROVE- Deceased, The Unknown Heirs 1910-508 22nd wd. 1,802 Sq. Ft. DWELLING Janelle Robinson, MENTS: HSE WORSHIP ALL
of Sammie L. Bryant Deceased 661 N 63rd St 19151 34th wd.
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL and The Unknown Heirs of Sar- 1,702 Sq. Ft. OPA#342357400 OPA#221166400 IMPROVE- Known Heir of Mitchel Robin- 1 STY MAS Rasheed J. Lewis
ah J. Bryant Deceased C.P. May IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN-
DWELLING Dana Fluellen, Per- Term, 2018 No. 03015 $3,493.17 TIAL PROPERTY The Un- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL son; Lysa Robinson, Known Heir and Gwendolyn Lewis C.P. Oc-
KML Law Group, P.C. known Heirs of Lottie G. Green,
sonal Representative of the Estate Deceased, Doris Green Solely PROPERTY Geraldine Terry of Mitchel Robinson; Michelle tober Term, 2014 No. 03042
1910-503 in Her Capacity as Heir of Lot-
of Johnnie Fluellen, Deceased 1914 Rowan St 19140 13th tie G. Green, Deceased, Elysee C.P. May Term, 2018 No. Robinson, Known Heir of Mitch- $319,177.03 Milstead & Associ-
wd.(formerly the 38th wd.) Green, Solely in Her Capacity
C.P. February Term, 2016 No. ROW 3 STY MASONRY; as Heir of Lottie G. Green, De- 01087 $107,918.43 Shapiro & el Robinson; Mitchell Robinson, ates, LLC
1,958 Sq. Ft. BRT#131354500 ceased, L. Jacinta Green, Solely
04790 $81,503.44 Law Office of IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- in Her Capacity as Heir of Lot- DeNardo, LLC Known Heir of Mitchel Robin- 1910-528B
TIAL DWELLING Lawrence tie G. Green, Deceased, Olivia 4009-4011 Lancaster Ave 19104
Gregory Javardian, LLC Washington, Known Surviving Green, Solely in Her Capacity 1910-514 son; Pamela Robinson, Known
Heir of Mamie Washington, as Heir of Lottie G. Green, De- 2005 S 28th St 19145 48th wd.
1910-494 Ronald Washington, Known ceased and Edward Green, Jr., Heir of Mitchel Robinson; Un- 6th wd. 2,288 Sq. Ft.(4009-4011)
638 E Thayer St 19134 33rd Surviving Heir of Mamie Wash- Solely in Her Capacity as Heir
ington, Yvonne Washington, of Lottie G. Green, Deceased 1,439 Sq. Ft. OPA#482346000 known heirs, successors, assigns, BRT#774212010 IMPROVE-
Known Surviving Heir of Mamie C.P. January Term, 2018 No.
wd. Land Area: 637 Sq. Ft.; Washington, Kevin Washington, 04277 $132,297.46 KML Law Subject to Mortgage IMPROVE- and all persons, firms, or associa- MENTS: HSE WORSHIP ALL
Known Surviving Heir of Mamie Group, P.C.
Improvement Area: 784 Sq. Ft. Washington, Steven Washington, MENTS: RESIDENTIAL Frank tions claiming right, title or inter- 1 STY MAS Rasheed J. Lewis
Known Surviving Heir of Ma- 1910-509
OPA#331136900 IMPROVE- mie Washington, and Unknown 7035 Cedar Park Ave 19138 10th J. Brusco and Linda G. Brusco, est from or under Mitchel Robin- and Gwendolyn Lewis C.P. Oc-
Surviving Heirs of Mamie Wash- wd. 1,600 Sq. Ft.(land area);
MENTS: ROW 2 STY MA- ington C.P. January Term, 2018 1,200 Sq. Ft.(improvement area) h/w C.P. August Term, 2018 No. son C.P. January Term, 2018 No. tober Term, 2014 No. 03042
No. 0378 $62,068.93 McCabe, BRT#102510300 Subject to
SONRY; RESIDENTIAL PROP- Weisberg, & Conway, LLC Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: 1565 $66,072.16 Matthew A. 04149 $105,146.20 RAS Citron, $319,177.03 Milstead & Associ-
ERTY Piper Investment Group, 1910-504 SONRY William F. Bond, Jr. Lipman, Esquire LLC, Robert Flacco, Esq ates, LLC
9003 Brous Ave 19152 57th wd. and William F. Bond, Sr. C.P.
L.L.C. C.P. April Term, 2018 2,917 Sq. Ft. OPA#571233100 February Term, 2019 No. 00216 1910-515 1910-523 1910-529
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- $76,807.39 Jennifer Hiller 1630 Murdoch Rd 19150 50th wd. 183 W Wilt St 19122 19th wd. 300 W Chelten Ave 19144
No. 01588 $48,125.44 Ryan A. TIAL PROPERTY Unknown Nimeroff, Esquire; Weir & Part-
heirs, successors, assigns, ners LLP
Gower & Joseph J. Lee and all persons, firms, or as- 2,181 Sq. Ft. OPA#501504800 560 Sq. Ft. OPA#183038400 12th wd. STR/OFF+APT 2
sociations claiming right, title, 1910-510
1910-495 or interest from or under Mary 6310 Crafton St 19149 62nd wd. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- STY MASON; 7,845 Sq. Ft.
1922 E Madison St 19134 Anne Campellone a/k/a Mary 1,373 Sq. Ft. OPA#621538800
A. Campellone, deceased, Mary IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- TIAL PROPERTY Eugene Ad- TIAL PROPERTY Wilson San- BRT#871080200 Subject to
Anne Campellone, Known Heir TIAL PROPERTY Anthony De
45th wd. 1,453 Sq. Ft. of Mary Anne Campellone a/k/a Carlo Solely in His Capacity as derly C.P. March Term, 2015 No. tiago C.P. October Term, 2018 Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS:
Mary A. Campellone, deceased, Heir of Doris M. De Carlo De-
OPA#452012500 IMPROVE- Francis J. Campellone, Known ceased, John C. De Carlo Solely 03443 $197,112.77 Shapiro & No. 01192 $72,809.94 KML Law RESIDENTIAL DWELLING
Heir of Mary Anne Campel- in His Capacity as Heir of Doris
MENTS: RESIDENTIAL lone a/k/a Mary A. Campellone, M. De Carlo, Deceased, James DeNardo, LLC Group, P.C. Hwa Soon Lee and Ki Won Lee
deceased, Reverend Joseph De Carlo, Jr Solely in His Capac-
Socorro Gonzalez C.P. Oc- Campellone, O.S.F.S., Known ity as Heir of Doris M. De Carlo 1910-516 1910-524 C.P. October Term, 2018 No.
Heir of Mary Anne Campel- Deceased and Leeann Elsom 6226 N 20th St 19138 17th wd. 6639 Erdrick St 19135 55th wd.
tober Term, 2018 No. 02450 lone a/k/a Mary A. Campellone, Solely in Her Capacity as Heir 0559 $19,156.22 McCabe, Weis-
deceased, Beth Ann Woods, of Doris M. De Carlo Deceased
$118,082.07 Jill M. Fein, Es- Known Heir of Mary Anne C.P. March Term, 2019 No. 1,600 Sq. Ft. BRT#172386000 1,303 Sq. Ft. OPA#552277300 berg, & Conway, LLC
Campellone a/k/a Mary A. 00078 $132,954.93 KML Law
quire Campellone, deceased and Mi- Group, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 1910-530
chael Campellone, Known Heir 6431 Tulip St 19135 41st wd.
1910-496 1910-511 TIAL Shenia C. Leverette C.P. TIAL PROPERTY Joshua L. Di-
6649 Algard St 19135 55th wd. 2015 68th Ave 19138 10th wd.
740 Sq. Ft. OPA#102439500 November Term, 2018 No. 02178 cupe and Corrine N Dicupe C.P. SEMI/DET 2 STY MASONRY;

1,398 Sq. Ft. OPA#552373800 $144,473.54 Stern & Eisenberg March Term, 2018 No. 00143 1,280 Sq. Ft. BRT#411448300


TIAL John M. Moore and Carol 1910-517 P.C. TIAL DWELLING Jose D. Par-
1226 N. 52nd St 19131 44th wd.
Richardson C.P. March Term, 1910-525A rilla C.P. November Term, 2018
1629 S 25th St 19145 36th wd.
2018 No. 00767 $149,623.47 Jill 1,600 Sq. Ft. OPA#871400490 No. 0016 $6,143.66 McCabe,

M. Fein, Esquire IMPROVEMENTS: MIXED 1,755 Sq. Ft. OPA#882969505 Weisberg, & Conway, LLC

5623 N Fairhill St 19120 61st wd. 3405-09 N 16th St 19140 11th wd.
DENTIAL) Funtimes Magazine, PAIR MASONRY JR Hauling

1,569 Sq. Ft. OPA#612306100 LLC C.P. August Term, 2014 No. Co. Inc., C/O Michael V. LaScala VACANT LAND COMMER;

IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- 00007 $115,006.60 Matthew A. C.P. September Term, 2006 No. 9,506 Sq. Ft. BRT#871402535

TIAL PROPERTY Niambi Teki Lipman, Esquire 1238 $1,250,000.00 Matthew A. Subject to Mortgage IMPROVE-

Burton C.P. July Term, 2018 No. 1910-518 Lipman, Esquire MENTS: VACANT LAND V V
3549 Tulip St 19134 45th wd.
00236 $122,593.97 Shapiro & 1910-525B Constructors C.P. March Term,
2350 S Woodstock 19145
DeNardo, LLC Land Area: 1,303 Sq. Ft.; Im- 2018 No. 0113 $2,935.17 Mc-

1910-498 provement Area: 754 Sq. Ft. 28th wd. 1,036 Sq. Ft. Cabe, Weisberg, & Conway, LLC
7531 Bingham St 19111 56th wd.
OPA#451426900 IMPROVE- OPA#262175200 IMPROVE- 1910-532
333 Shawmont Ave, IG2 19128


TIAL PROPERTY Lorraine D. Connell; Christina M. Geist C.P. and Vincent LaScala, Jr. C.P. MAS+OTH; 1058 Sq. Ft.

Russell C.P. August Term, 2016 September Term, 2017 No. 03208 September Term, 2006 No. 1238 BRT#888210654 IMPROVE-

No. 02992 $68,046.18 Justin F. $61,441.56 RAS Citron, LLC, $1,250,000.00 Matthew A. Lip- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL

Kobeski, Esquire; Manley Deas Robert Flacco, Esq man, Esquire DWELLING Paul J. Sullivan C.P.

Kochalski LLC 1910-519 1910-526A October Term, 2018 No. 0546
750 Kentwood St 19116 58th wd. 8036 Fairview St 19136-
1910-499 $6,340.58 McCabe, Weisberg, &
91 E Duval St 19144 59th wd.
2,849 Sq. Ft. OPA#582034200 2202 64th wd. 1,850 Sq. Ft. Conway, LLC

1,557 Sq. Ft. OPA#592162800 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- OPA#642013400 IMPROVE- 1910-533
163 W Godfrey Ave 19120

TIAL PROPERTY Ivanette Price Sr. C.P. September Term, ERTY Michael Farrell; Regina 61st wd. ROW B/GAR 2 STY

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DWELLING Tara Evanson, Co- 1910-521 ERTY Michael Farrell; Regina
5135 N 10th St 19141 49th wd.
Administrator of the Estate of Ann Farrell a/k/a Regina Farrell;

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OR CLEANING OUT? Wyncote/Cheltenham Area Late of Philadelphia Late of Philadelphia Late of Philadelphia Late of Philadelphia
Private tutoring, all subjects, Active Independent Office LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
elemen.-college, SAT/ACT prep. 1 man's trash/another man's 25 years of Quality Eye Care the above Estate have been gran- above estate have been granted to above Estate have been granted to above Estate have been granted to
treasure ted to the undersigned, who re- the undersigned, who request all the undersigned, who request all the undersigned, who request all
7 days/week. Immediate Opening quest all persons having claims or persons having claims or demands persons having claims or demands persons having claims or demands
Expd. & motivated instructors. Call Joel 215-947-2817 Call Dave 215 885 8500 demands against the estate of the against the estate of the decedent against the estate of the decedent against the estate of the decedent
SITUATION WANTED decedent to make known the same to make known the same and all to make known the same and all to make known the same and all
(215)576-1096 CASH IN YOUR CLOSET INC. and all persons indebted to the de- persons indebted to the decedent persons indebted to the decedent persons indebted to the decedent Licensed and Bonded SENIORS, NEED HELP? cedent to make payment without to make payment without delay to to make payment without delay to to make payment without delay to
Personal Assistant - J. Halpin, III, Esq., The Land Title Marine 712 Yale Road, Bala Cyn- 19128. c/o Michael D. Rubin, Esq., 686
MIRRORS CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE Licensed driver to as- Bldg., 100 S. Broad St., Ste. 1830, wyd, PA 19004; J. Richard Green- ESTATE of James Frangos Gray Circle, Southampton, PA
MIRRORED WALLS Roosevelt Memorial 1 plot sec. O sist with errands, Philadelphia, PA 19110. stein 102 Merion Hill Lane , W. DECEASED. Late of Philadelphia 18966.
BY JERRY GROSSMAN lot o-177-3 asking $5500 obo shopping, appts., read- Or to her Attorney: Conshohocken, PA 19428 c/o their County, PA. Or to their Attorney:
Closets Doors, Jacuzzi, Vanity, 302-663-9793 ing, walking, food CHARLES A. J. HALPIN, III attorney: LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on MICHAEL D. RUBIN
Fitness area, custom shower prep., socializing and The Land Title Bldg. J Richard Greenstein the above Estate have been gran- 686 Gray Circle
doors and enclosures, etc. Free ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL PARK daily activities 100 S. Broad St., Ste. 1830 Flamm Walton Heimbach ted to the undersigned, who re- Southampton, PA 18966
Estimate. Call 215-675-9633 Single Bronze Marker Space inside/outside of your Philadelphia, PA 19110 794 Penllyn Pike, Ste 100 quest all persons having claims or Estate of Mary Angelos, Deceased
home. Will help you Blue Bell, PA 19422-1669 demands against the Estate of the Late of Philadelphia, PA.
MOVING/HAULING B18-Lot 158-Grave 2 understand your bills, ESTATE OF CHAIM MARGOLIN, ESTATE OF DOROTHY MAE WILLI- decedent to make known the same, LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
$2950 OBO 215-816-7571 do paperwork.and also DECEASED. AMS a/k/a DOROTHY WILLIAMS, and all persons indebted to the de- on the above estate have been
BNesOt RraTteHs aEroAuSndT1MpcOtVo IeNntGire Shalom Memorial Park 2 adj. make telephone Late of Philadelphia DECEASED. cedent to make payment without granted to the undersigned, who
plots Macabee sec. Includes calls.for you. Support LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on Late of Philadelphia. delay to Daniel Pithis, Administrat- request all persons having claims
home moved anywhere. Lic. Ins. everything. Currently selling for Services - Refs Call the above Estate have been gran- LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on or, or Attorney: or demands against the estate of
dependable 215-677-4817 $18,000 asking $10,000. Call Phyllis 215-886-4040 ted to the undersigned, who re- the above Estate have been gran- Rebecca Sallen the decedent to make known the
570-780-5588 no calls after 9pm quest all persons having claims or ted to the undersigned, who re- 325 Merion Road same, and all persons indebted to
To Caring & Reliable demands against the estate of the quest all persons having claims or Merion Station, PA 19066 the decedent to make payment
Place a CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE decedent to make known the same demands against the estate of the ESTATE OF JANINA A. JASINSKA without delay, to George J. An-
Classified Shalom Memorial Park 4 plots, Experienced & Trained and all persons indebted to the de- decedent to make known the same a/k/a JANINA JASINSKA, DE- gelos, Administrator, c/o Gary A.
Maccabees sec., lot 1109, record- BONDED & LICENSED cedent to make payment without and all persons indebted to the de- CEASED. Zlotnick, Esq., Zarwin Baum De-
Ad ing fees incl. Today's cost $4995 delay to Charles A. Halpin, III, Ad- cedent to make payment without Late of Philadelphia Vito Kaplan Schaer & Toddy, PC,
each, 2 for $2500 or 4 for $4500 Available 24/7 ministrator, The Land Title Bldg., delay to CHARLES A. HALPIN, III, LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on 1818 Market St., 13th Fl., Phil-
CALL: Call 215-884-7774 20 Years Experience 100 S. Broad St., Ste. 1830, Phil- ADMINISTRATOR, The Land Title the above Estate have been gran- adelphia, PA 19103 or to their at-
adelphia, PA 19110. Bldg., 100 S. Broad St., Ste. 1830, ted to the undersigned, who re- torneys,
NICOLE MCNALLY SHALOM MEMORIAL PARK Very Affordable Or to his Attorney: Philadelphia, PA 19110. quest all persons having claims or Gary A. Zlotnick, Esq.
215.832.0749 HUNTINGDON VALLEY 215-477-1050 CHARLES A. J. HALPIN, III Or to his Attorney: demands against the estate of the Zarwin Baum DeVito
or The Land Title Bldg. CHARLES A. J. HALPIN, III decedent to make known the same Kaplan Schaer & Toddy, PC
Sec. GABRIEL II, 2 plots. Asking Caregiver seeking position, 100 S. Broad St., Ste. 1830 The Land Title Bldg. and all persons indebted to the de- 1818 Market St., 13th Fl.
JESSICA COOK $1900 ea. 215-534-2640 35 years exp., References Philadelphia, PA 19110 100 S. Broad St., Ste. 1830 cedent to make payment without Philadelphia, PA 19103
215.832.0750 upon request. Overnight or Philadelphia, PA 19110 delay to RENATA K. MAINS and Estate of Richard C. Black, De-
2 plots, Jacob II section. CERTIFIED CAREGIVER w/15 HARBISON a/k/a CHRISTINA HAR- CEASED. TRATORS, 475 Park Ave., Apt. A, Late of Philadelphia, PA.
$8950 for the pair. Call or text years exp to care for sick or eld- BISON, CHRISTINA HARBINSON, Late of Philadelphia. Sellersville, PA 18960. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
610-360-6288 erly Have own car. Good refs. DECEASED. Late of Philadelphia LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on Or to their Attorney: on the above estate have been
267-236-5664 LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the the above Estate have been gran- EDWARD A. ZETICK granted to the undersigned, who
WANTED TO BUY Compassionate Caregiver above Estate have been granted to ted to the undersigned, who re- 415 Johnson St., Ste. 101 request all persons having claims
with 21 yrs exp. Kind, loving the undersigned, who request all quest all persons having claims or Jenkintown, PA 19046-2705 or demands against the estate of
CALL JUDY OR AKIVA woman who will take good persons having claims or demands demands against the estate of the Estate of Jeanne A. Taylor aka the decedent to make known the
215-342-4536 care of your loved one. Live against the estate of the decedent decedent to make known the same Jeanne Taylor same, and all persons indebted to
in/out. Exc. refs. to make known the same and all and all persons indebted to the de- Taylor, Jeanne A. aka Taylor, the decedent to make payment
WILL BUY ANTIQUES persons indebted to the decedent cedent to make payment without Jeanne late of Philadelphia, PA. without delay, to Suzanne Chiavari,
267-808-9455 to make payment without delay to delay to ROBERT H. LEVITT, AD- LETTERS of TESTAMENTARY 524 Virginia Ave., Havertown, PA
INLAID & CARVED PIECES 215-820-0251 MICHAEL HARBISON, EXECUTOR, MINISTRATOR, c/o Amy H. Besser, on the above estate have been 19083, Executrix.
Oriental Rugs•Old Paintings SEEKING POSITION to care for c/o Jay E. Kivitz, Esq., 7901 Ogontz Esq., 1701 Walnut St., 6th Fl., Phil- granted to the undersigned, who Law Offices of:
Jewelry•Silver & Silverplated the elderly. 14 yrs exp. and excell Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19150. adelphia, PA 19103. request all persons having claims Gregory J. Pagano, PC
Watches•Clocks•Porcelain refs. Call 267-210-0054 Or to his Attorney: Or to his Attorney or demands against the estate of 1315 Walnut St., 12th Fl.
WE PAY GOOD PRICES IN CASH JAY E. KIVITZ AMY H. BESSER the decedent to make known the Philadelphia, PA 19107
ESTATE NOTICES KIVITZ & KIVITZ, P.C. THE LAW OFFICES OF PETER L. same, and all persons indebted to Estate of Richard Isaac Leonard,
CALL ANYTIME ESTATE OF ALVIN E. ECHOLS a/k/a 7901 Ogontz Ave. KLENK & ASSOCIATES the decedent to make payment Leonard, Richard Isaac late of Phil-
ALVIN EDWARD ECHOLS, ALVIN Philadelphia, PA 19150 1701 Walnut St., 6th Fl. without delay, to Dorothy A. Calla- adelphia, PA.
September i
s   Suicide Prevention and EDWARD ECHOLS, JR., DE- Philadelphia, PA 19103 han, c/o Bart Benoff, Esq., Benoff LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION
Awareness Month in America. CEASED. ESTATE OF CURTIS PHILLIP WOR- ESTATE OF FRANCES KOLLER Law Firm, 5 Neshaminy Interplex, on the above estate have been
Late of Philadelphia RELL a/k/a CURTIS P. WORRELL, a/k/a FRANCES MARY KOLLER, Suite 205, Trevose, PA 19053, Ex- granted to the undersigned, who
Suicide can affect anybody, any family or any workplace. Less LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the CURTIS PHILIP WORRELL DE- DECEASED. ecutrix. request all persons having claims
than four months ago, the Sheriffʼs Office lost a member of our above Estate have been granted to CEASED. Late of Philadelphia ESTATE OF JOSEPH EDWARD or demands against the estate of
family when Deputy Sheriff Dante Austin took his own life in our the undersigned, who request all Late of Philadelphia LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the RASIUL, SR. a/k/a JOSEPH the decedent to make known the
office. Dante was a bright, outgoing young man who uplifted his persons having claims or demands LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on above Estate have been granted to RASIUL, JOSEPH E. RASIUL, DE- same, and all persons indebted to
community through service and who was devoted to his col- against the estate of the decedent the above Estate have been gran- the undersigned, who request all CEASED. the decedent to make payment
leagues, his family and friends. Nobody would have guessed that to make known the same and all ted to the undersigned, who re- persons having claims or demands Late of Philadelphia. without delay, to Carole Britchkow,
he was silently suffering with depression. We mourn his loss with persons indebted to the decedent quest all persons having claims or against the estate of the decedent LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the 2 Golf Club Way, Marlton, NJ
sadness about what continued greatness could have lay ahead to make payment without delay to demands against the estate of the to make known the same and all above Estate have been granted to 08053, Administratrix.
for someone so dynamic and driven. Research has indicated that DONNA G. ALEEM and ALISON D. decedent to make known the same persons indebted to the decedent the undersigned, who request all Patricia M. Hoban, Esq.
in addition to preventing accidental discharge of a firearm by a MANNING, EXECUTRICES, c/o Roy and all persons indebted to the de- to make payment without delay to persons having claims or demands 306 Market Street
child, the use of household gun locks can reduce the amount of Yaffe, Esq., 1818 Market St., Ste. cedent to make payment without JOAN M. MARCELLA, EXECUTRIX, against the estate of the decedent 5th Floor
suicide by adolescents with thoughts of self-harm. A Childrenʼs 13th Fl., Philadelphia, PA 19103- delay to PHILIP H. WORRELL, AD- c/o Colin J. Devlin, Esq., The Bel- to make known the same and all Philadelphia, PA 19106
Hospital of Philadelphia report showed that 80% of guns used in 3608, MINISTRATOR, c/o Edward R. levue, 200 S. Broad St., 6th Fl., Phil- persons indebted to the decedent ESTATE OF ROBERT WALOVITZ
youth suicide attempts were kept in the homes of parents, relat- Or to their Attorney: Weiss, Esq., 1500 JFK Blvd., Ste. adelphia, PA 19102. to make payment without delay to a/k/a ROBERT C. WALOVITZ, DE-
ives or friends and the U.S. General Accounting Office says that ROY YAFFE 1020, Philadelphia, PA 19102, Or to her Attorney: JOSEPH E. RASIUL, JR., EXECUT- CEASED.
about one-third of accidental deaths caused by guns may have GOULD YAFFE AND GOLDEN Or to his Attorney: COLIN J. DEVLIN OR, c/o Harry Metka, Esq., 4802 Late of Philadelphia
been prevented if a gun-lock had been used. Every day, more 1818 Market St., Ste. 13th Fl. EDWARD R. WEISS ASTOR WEISS KAPLAN & MAN- Neshaminy Blvd., Ste. 9, Bensalem, LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
than 22 veterans across the country die by suicide, with many of Philadelphia, PA 19103-3608 BROWNSTEIN VITALE & WEISS, DEL, LLP PA 19020. above Estate have been granted to
them using a gun to do so. A survey of veterans treated for men- Estate of Andres Carlo Toledo, De- P.C. The Bellevue Or to his Attorney: the undersigned, who request all
tal health care by the Veteran Health Administration showed that ceased 1500 JFK Blvd., Ste. 1020 200 S. Broad St., 6th Fl. HARRY METKA persons having claims or demands
68 percent would want the VA to offer gun locks to veterans who Late of New Britain Twp., PA. Philadelphia, PA 19102 Philadelphia, PA 19102 4802 Neshaminy Blvd., Ste. 9 against the estate of the decedent
own firearms. LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION ESTATE OF DAVID S. BRAWNER ESTATE OF HELENE A. LAFFERTY Bensalem, PA 19020 to make known the same and all
on the above estate have been a/k/a DAVID BRAWNER a/k/a DAV- a/k/a HELENE ANN LAFFERTY, DE- ESTATE OF LEONARD D. LUTZ, DE- persons indebted to the decedent
The Sheriffʼs Office began to distribute free gun locks in 2016, in granted to the undersigned, who ID SANFORD BRAWNER, DE- CEASED. CEASED. to make payment without delay to
hopes of reducing violence, accidental deaths or injuries among request all persons having claims CEASED. Late of Philadelphia Late of Philadelphia LARRY C. WALLIS, EXECUTOR, c/o
children and to deter suicide. We continue to give away gun or demands against the estate of Late of Burlington County, NJ and LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the Bess M. Collier, Esq.,
locks at nearly 100 community events per year. We distributed the decedent to make known the Philadelphia, PA above Estate have been granted to above Estate have been granted to 820 Homestead Rd., Jenkintown,
more than 11,000 in 2018. They are available between 8:30 a.m. same, and all persons indebted to LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on the undersigned, who request all the undersigned, who request all PA 19046,
and 4 p.m. weekdays in our office at 100 S. Broad Street, 5th the decedent to make payment the above Estate have been gran- persons having claims or demands persons having claims or demands Or to his Attorney:
Floor. We will have gun locks to distribute at the American without delay, to Melissa Martinez- ted to the undersigned, who re- against the estate of the decedent against the estate of the decedent BESS M. COLLIER
Foundation for Suicide Preventionʼs Out of the Darkness Walk at Toledo, Administratrix, c/o Gary A. quest all persons having claims or to make known the same and all to make known the same and all FELDMAN & FELDMAN, LLP
7:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 6 at the Art Museum where a crew of of- Zlotnick, Esq., Zarwin Baum De- demands against the estate of the persons indebted to the decedent persons indebted to the decedent 820 Homestead Rd
ficers and staff from the Sheriffʼs Office plan to participate in Vito Kaplan Schaer & Toddy, PC, decedent to make known the same to make payment without delay to to make payment without delay to Jenkintown, PA 19046
memory of Dante Austin. You can learn more about the walk at 1818 Market St., 13th Fl., Phil- and all persons indebted to the de- KATHERINE HOFFMAN, EXEC- SARA ILYSE LUTZ, EXECUTRIX, adelphia, PA 19103 or to their at- cedent to make payment without UTRIX, 922 Manor Ave., Meadow- c/o Amy H. Besser, Esq., 1701 Wal-
If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the National Suicide torneys, delay to LISA A. BRAWNER, AD- brook PA 19046. nut St., 6th Fl., Philadelphia, PA
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MEMORIAL Alison Burns-Greenberg (Burns) on Septem- Carol Packer of Fort Washington, Ruth Saks (nee Workman) died on Septem-
ber 1, 2019. Wife of Michael. Mother of Alex- Pennsylvania died peacefully on August 31, ber 4, 2019. Wife of Stephen; mother of Bri-
AD is and Olivia Greenberg. Daughter of Sharon 2019 with her family by her side. Beloved an (Rachel) Saks, Joshua Saks, and the late
Call 215.832.0749 (Jim) Jasionowski. Sister of Brian (Kathy) wife of Mike Snyder; loving mother of Andie Amy (Jeremy) Kahan; sister of Alan (Judy)
Burns. Contributions in her memory may be Snyder (Adam Greenstein); dear sister of Dr. Workman; and grandmother of Eliana, Roni,
[email protected] made to the Breathing Room Foundation, 600 Susan Packer (Dr. Jeffrey Rubin); and aunt of Tova, Samantha, and Jake. Contributions in West Avenue, Jenkintown, PA 19046. Sarah Rubin, Michael Rubin, and Tori her memory may be made to Einstein-Mont-
Snyder; and very special cousin and friend to gomery Hospice, 1330 Powell St., Norris-
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S all. Predeceased by her adoring parents Lois town, PA 19401 or Beth Tikvah B'nai Jeshur-
RAPHAEL-SACKS and Edsel Packer. Contributions in her un, 1001 Paper Mill Rd., Glenside, PA 19038.
memory may be made to Cong. Beth Or, 239
FOLZ E. Welsh Rd., Maple Glen, PA 19002 or the GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S
American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, RAPHAEL-SACKS
Scott Folz, on Sept. 4, 2019. Husband of Oklahoma City, OK 73123.
Erica (nee Belanger), of Trooper, PA. Son of SCHECKNER
Robert and Debra Folz, brother of Rebecca GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S
Folz. Contributions in his memory may be RAPHAEL-SACKS Rose Scheckner, nee Weiss, age 98, August
made to The American Heart Association or 29, 2019, lived her life to the fullest with love
Justice Rescue. ROSENAU for family, friends and caregivers. Her family
will always love her. Wife of the late Edward.
JOSEPH LEVINE & SONS Stanley A. Rosenau died on September 5, Mother of Eileen Eisen and Judith Livi.
2019. He was a retired CPA who resided in Grandmother of Joseph Eisen, Anna Disipio
FRIEDBERG Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Husband of (Rocco III) and Bevya Livi. Great grandmoth-
Meryl (nee Katz); father of Dr. Robyn (Lee) er of Ava Schillaci, Rocco IV Disipio and
Barry Marc Friedberg, passed away suddenly Spirer and Ira (Jennifer) Rosenau, Esq.; and Lucca Disipio. Contributions in her memory
at his home in Fort Washington on August 3, grandfather of Jake and Max Spirer, Julia, may be made to the General Israel Orphan's
2019. He is survived by his wife, Kimberly, Emma, and Andrew Rosenau. In lieu of Home for Girls, P.O. Box 3147, New York, NY
four loving children Lauren Engel (Dave), Jef- flowers, contributions in his memory may be 10277-0074, 1-888-203-7222,
frey Friedberg, Brandon Friedberg (Vienna- made to Central High School, 1700 W Olney or Fund Development Department, The Phil-
Marie) and Alexandra Friedberg. He was the Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19141. adelphia Protestant Home-Pathways Building,
proud and loving grandparent of Nora Engel 6401 Martins Mill Road, Philadelphia, Pa.
and Wren Friedberg and the brother of Jay GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S 19111. Please put memo on checks: Path-
Friedberg (Linda), Robert Friedberg and Lee RAPHAEL-SACKS ways.
Friedberg. Barry always had a smile on his
face and was one of the hardest working ROYFE GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S
people you could ever know. He will be RAPHAEL-SACKS
greatly missed by all that knew him. Contri- Hank (Ephrain) H. Royfe, EdD, beloved hus-
butions in his memory can be made to any band of Marilyn Royfe passed away peace- VERMAN
animal related charity. fully on September 4, 2019. He was 92 years
old. As Executive Director of Jewish Employ- Marvin Verman, on August 30, 2019. An ar-
JOSEPH LEVINE & SONS ment Vocational Services in Philadelphia for chitect. Husband of Leila (nee Lopen); father
25 years, he built the agency from three em- of David (Beth) Verman, Eric (Harla) Verman
HURWITZ ployees to over 800. His efforts helped thou- and Lesley (Michael) Alter; grand-father of
sands of people find meaningful work, from Bari (Michael) Dixon, Jayme, Matan, Zevi,
Elaine Hurwitz on Sept. 3, 2019. Loving aunt Russian refugees to the differently abled, and Madison, and Sydney; great-grandfather of
of Lawrence (Rhona) Nagelberg and Dr. Ken- anyone who needed their assistance. A WWII Amelia. Contributions in his memory may be
neth Nagelberg; also survived by loving great veteran, he served as a Japanese interpreter made to Israel Guide Dog Center for the
and great-great nieces and nephews. She in the Philippines. He was the Prince Charm- Blind, 968 Easton Rd., Warrington PA 18976.
was a teacher for many years in the Phil- ing to his wife, Marilyn Royfe. He was a lov-
adelphia School District. Contributions in her ing father to Nancy Karpf (Leonard Karpf), JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS
memory may be made to a charity of the Shira Goldstein (Ross Goldstein), and Abby
donor’s choice. Mezrow (Steven Mezrow); beloved grandfath- WEINBERG
er to Laura and Julia Karpf, Kyle and Brett
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S Mezrow, and Ilana Goldstein; and loving Rebecca Weinberg (nee: Liebman) died Au-
RAPHAEL-SACKS brother of Lillian Turin. Contributions in his gust 20, 2019. Mrs. Weinberg was a retired
memory can be made to the National Kidney teaching assistant. She was the wife of the
A Community Foundation. Hank led a full and wonderful late Morris, mother of Jay (Eileen) Weinberg,
Remembers life. The world is a lesser place without him. Judy (Harry) Willner and the late Marc Wein-
WEST LAUREL HILL FUNERAL HOME, INC. berg. She is also survived by her 10 grand-
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Vegas, passed away on August 30. 2019, at we don’t mean
the age of 83, surrounded by her loving fam- spiced tea.
ily. She was born in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania on September 8, 1935, to the Every
late Nathan and Goldie Hoffman. Shelia Thursday
graduated from Overbrook High School, with
honors, and studied journalism at Temple in the
University in Philadelphia. Although she was JEWISH
a talented sports writer in the 1950's, she EXPONENT
worked over 40 years in bookkeeping for an and all
electrical supply company before retiring. the time
Shelia was an avid sports fan who could online @
name the players and their stats regardless of
the sport. She lived for Sundays when she For home
could have more than one game on the TV at delivery, call
a time. She also loved scrapbooking, al- 215.832.0710.
though she simply called it collecting memor-
ies. Her journals and scrapbooks, dating back
to the 1940's, document a life filled with love,
laughter and compassion. She was an incred-
ible daughter, mother and friend, meticu-
lously keeping track of birthdays and an-
niversaries, never missing a special occasion.
Her biggest passion was her two grandsons.
She was their hero, and they were hers.
Shelia is survived by her daughter Elynne,
son-in-law Jerry Greene and grandsons,
Ross and Garrett. If you are always trying to
be normal, you'll never know how amazing
you can be…Maya Angelou. Shelia was truly
amazing and inspired those around her with
her humor, creativity and unconditional love.
Donations in her memory can be made to the
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Students at Abrams Hebrew Academy were treated to a red carpet, Israeli
music and balloons on their first day of school. The Yardley-based school
celebrated the start of its year on Sept. 3. The day marked the beginning of
Rabbi Ira Budow’s 39th year at the school.

Debbie Marks’ third-grade class
Photos courtesy of Abrams Hebrew Academy

Eighth-grade students pose with Rabbi Ira Budow. Kindergarten students

NextGen’s Israeli shlicha, Bat El Trabelsi,
attended the training of Jewish Graduate
Student Network’s three new Israel fellows.
In addition to learning about how to create
programs on their campuses and within the
city, Trabelsi facilitated a workshop using
the StudioLab method, a process that came
from Israel.

From left: Rebecca Iglesias-Flores, Miriam Fink, Shima Small From left: Rebecca Iglesias-Flores, Bat El Trabelsi and Shima

and Mallory Kovit Photo by Bat El Trabelsi Small Photo by Mallory Kovit

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Cancer researchers from the research partnership of the Perelman Jewish Day School
Philadelphia/Ben-Gurion University Academic Bridge met on students at the Forman
Sept. 4 to hear about a paper titled “The Future of Cancer Center and the Stern Center
Treatments Rests on the Shoulders of Natural Killer Cells.” The celebrated the first day of
paper is the outcome of collaborative research conducted by pro- school on Sept. 4.
fessors Angel Pogrador of Ben-Gurion University and Kerry S.
Campbell of Fox Chase Cancer Center. Friends greet one another at
the Stern Center.

Students at the Forman Center
Photos courtesy of

Perelman Jewish Day School

Seated, from left: Paula Goldberg and Alton Sutnick. Standing, from

left: Robert Zipkin, Kerry S. Campbell, Angel Pogrador and Richard

Hardwood Photo courtesy of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University

At the Philadelphia Eagles home
opener, members of Our Closet
and Jewish Family and Children’s
Service of Greater Philadelphia were
recognized by the Eagles for their
contributions to the community.

From left: Shauna Ekezie, Melanie London,
Debora Borenstein, Emalie Clamage,
Ricki Eisenstein and Emily Hollis

Photo by Ike Richman


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