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Jewish Exponent July 12, 2018

Jewish Exponent July 12, 2018

Keywords: Jewish,Philadelphia,Jewish Exponent

JULY 12, 2018 / TAMMUZ 29, 5778
Film details life of catcher-turned-spy
Moe Berg.




LOCAL Benefits
Jewish Day
DJOP Endorses Schools
Scott Wallace
previous stance.
FOR FAMILIES AT Kohelet Yeshiva, Standing: Alan Senecal and Laurie Senecal. Seated from left: Tammy Senecal, Rachel Senecal and
Page 4 scholarships obtained through the
Educational Improvement Tax Credit Ruth Senecal Schwartz Photo provided
LOCAL (EITC) program — the main revenue
source for the school’s scholarships — are Orthodox Family Feels
Business Dean “life-changing,” Kohelet Yeshiva Executive Trapped on Shabbat
at Temple Gets Director Stuart Gasner said.
the Boot JOSHUA NEEDELMAN | JE STAFF Ocean Club Condominium management
Investigation finds “I don’t even know what they would installed motion-sensor lights, which auto-
school provided do” without the aid, he said. “Their chil- ALAN AND LAURIE Senecal moved matically turn on when one walks into the
false data. dren wouldn’t even be able to attend this into their sixth-floor Atlantic City con- stairwell. The Senecals, who are Orthodox,
institution. Families recognize that, with- dominium for a variety of reasons: The say they can’t leave their apartment floor
Page 6 out this generous program and without beachfront. The pool. The mental relief of out of fear of breaking Jewish law and using
the school being able to offer scholarships not having to maintain a house. electricity during the Sabbath. For 24 hours
LOCAL through the generosity of our community, a week, they are self-described “prisoners”
there’s no way that a lot of our families But in the last two months, things have of the sixth floor.
Summer a Time to would even consider our school.” taken a turn for the senior citizen couple.
Make Repairs
Many organizations Forty percent of Pennsylvania Jewish
are sprucing up day school students qualify and receive
their facilities. scholarships through the EITC or the
Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit
Page 8 (OSTC) programs.

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Hippie, store owner Susan Krupnick
dies at 68.



Author Daniel Silva to speak Miriam’s
Advice Well
at Katz JCC.
What do you do when you receive a
Israel handmade cross as a gift? That’s the
question Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a local
National mom and involved member of Phila-
delphia’s Jewish community, is asked
Global this week in her advice column. Putting
the cross in a drawer is one suggestion
14 OPINION Miriam makes. From dating to parenting,
Miriam welcomes all questions. Email
Editorial yours to [email protected] and
Columns put “Advice Well Question” in the
Kvetch ’n Kvell subject line.
The View
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17 LIFESTYLE Peach season Philacatessen
& CULTURE blossoms.
Arts 21 SALAD
Watermelon can be much
23 TORAH more than just a delicious
COMMENTARY summer dessert, so food columnist Keri
White crafts a salad with the fruit as a
24 COMMUNITY main ingredient. The easy recipe takes
little time to execute and is sure to please
Jewish Federation all who try it. Be sure to read Philacates-
Calendar sen regularly for exclusive content that
Mazel Tov includes restaurant reviews, food news,
Deaths recipes and other tidbits, such as what’s
Newsmakers hot at local farmers markets.
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DJOP Reverses Course, Endorses Wallace

LOCAL Pennsylvania,” Wallace wrote the House from red to blue in
in a statement. “In Congress, November, and it won’t be easy.
JOSHUA NEEDELMAN | JE STAFF I will serve as a committed Republicans occupy 235 seats to
friend to Israel and a loyal Democrats’ 193, with the local
IN AN ABRUPT course Scott Wallace Scott Wallace/Facebook ally in our shared mission of election considered one that
reversal, Democratic Jewish promoting long-term peace in could help close the gap.
Outreach Pennsylvania en- one official of the political closely aligns with its values. the region. I am committed to
dorsed Scott Wallace, the organization referred to as “It is clear he has become working to enhance the United Patrick Murray, director
Democratic nominee in the 1st apparent carelessness. States’ special relationship with of the Monmouth University
Congressional District, on July educated on these ever-import- Israel — which is critical to Polling Unit, attributed DJOP’s
2, nearly a month after saying it But DJOP founder Jill Zipin ant issues in the Jewish com- counter-terrorism, national about-face to higher-ups within
wouldn’t do so. said it’s apparent Wallace has munity, and that is all we can security, job creation and eco- the Democratic Party placing
educated himself on Israel and ask of a candidate — to grow nomic growth in both the U.S. an onus on the race.
Wallace was criticized by BDS. She said DJOP hadn’t and become educated on issues and Israel.”
many in the Jewish commu- been in contact with Wallace’s of importance,” Zipin said. “This was one [of] the [dis-
nity after news broke that he campaign but, after reading Wallace, 66, is running tricts] Democrats thought
was the co-chair of a fam- his position papers, DJOP “I’m thrilled to receive against incumbent Republican would be one of their easi-
ily-run fund that endorsed believes Wallace now more the endorsement of the Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick. The est pickups, and they’ve found
organizations supportive of Democratic Jewish Outreach of Republican Jewish Coalition they have a candidate who is
the Boycott, Divestment and recently launched a $530,000 not faring as well early on as
Sanctions (BDS) movement campaign featuring a video they had hoped,” Murray said.
against Israel. Wallace stepped in support of Fitzpatrick and “They see some problems on
down from the Wallace Global denouncing Wallace as anti-Se- the horizon and they want to
Fund before officially begin- mitic and an enemy of Israel. It make sure every Democratic
ning his campaign, but was also referenced DJOP’s initial group stands behind Wallace.”
scrutinized by DJOP for what announcement that it would not
endorse Wallace for Congress. DJOP is the latest organi-
IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE zation to endorse Wallace in
IT IS NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS Zipin said DJOP was not the past two weeks, joining
pleased about being used in the Human Rights Campaign,
FOR THE 22ND ANNUAL INDUCTION the advertisement, but insisted Planned Parenthood and
the ad had no impact on its United Steelworkers.
CLASS OF 2019 decision to backtrack and
endorse Wallace. DJOP aligns For all of Wallace’s BDS
Nominations conclude Sept. 1st, 2018 with Wallace on most domestic issues, Fitzpatrick has had his
Find the induction form on our website: issues, she said. share of controversy, too. In
April he attended an event ded- Fitzpatrick “has voted to icated to commemorating a
support President Trump’s plane crash in Smolensk, Russia,
policies more than 80 percent that killed 96 people, includ-
of the time. He is not the mod- ing then-Polish president Lech
erate Republican he purports Kaczynski and other prominent
to be. Counter to the inter- Polish political figures. It was
ests of Bucks County residents, later revealed that several speak-
he has voted with his fellow ers who have made questionable
Republicans on tax breaks statements about Jewish people
for millionaires, and against attended the event.
reproductive choice and a
compassionate refugee policy,” “We had no prior knowl-
DJOP’s steering committee edge of [the April 14] confer-
wrote in the endorsement. ence or its attendees, and after
learning about Ewa Kurek and
The race between Wallace and some of those others speakers,
Fitzpatrick, 44, is expected to be the congressman completely
one of the most intensely scru- disavows their work. He finds
tinized of November’s midterm it abhorrent and repulsive. The
elections. In the 2016 election, congressman is a staunch sup-
Democratic nominee Hillary porter of Israel, which his vot-
Clinton eked past then-GOP ing record reflects,” said Pat
nominee Donald Trump with Long, Fitzpatrick’s congressio-
48.4 percent of the vote in Bucks nal office spokesperson. l
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Fox Dean Ousted After Data Review

LOCAL mitted inaccurate data to U.S. from its fourth-consecu- Communications
MARISSA STERN | JE STAFF News and World Report for tive No. 1 ranking to the Ray Betzner said.
the 2018 Best Online MBA “unranked” category. Porat, who also
M. MOSHE PORAT, dean of Programs rankings. The stepped down from
the Fox School of Business at review found that the Fox Porat could not be reached his position as dean
Temple University, was asked School reported inaccurate for comment. of Temple’s School
to resign from his position data to U.S. News since 2014. of Sport, Tourism
effective immediately after an In addition to stating and Hospitality
investigation determined that The misreported informa- “pressure to improve and Management, had
the school knowingly provided tion included the number of maintain rankings contrib- “disbanded” a long-
false information to at least one entrants submitting GMAT uted to the reporting of inac- standing committee
rankings organization about scores, number of admission curate information,” the Jones that oversaw the
its online MBA program. offers, student debt and mean Day report implicated other accuracy of rank-
undergraduate GPA figures. Fox leadership and employ- ings data, per a
On July 9, Temple ees in contributing the misre- statement Englert
President Richard M. Englert Per a January U.S. News ported data — though it did released late July 9.
and Provost JoAnne A. Epps article, the school originally not name them. “This absence
asked Porat to step down. reported that all 255 new of checks and bal-
entrants of the class submitted The university said it ances, together
The school hired interna- GMAT scores. The school later will take all appropriate with an undue
tional law firm Jones Day to informed U.S. News the count steps, but “out of respect for focus on rankings,
conduct an investigation into of new entrants submitting the privacy of our employ- enabled such mis-
Fox in late January after the GMAT scores was actually 50 ees, we will not discuss spe- reporting,” Englert
school reported it had sub- students, or 19.6 percent. cific employment actions,” wrote in an email
Associate Vice President
The school was moved of Strategic Marketing and

to the community. M. Moshe Porat

An interim dean
will step in for Porat while the Porat, who received his
university starts a national undergraduate degree and
search for a permanent dean. MBA from Tel Aviv University
Betzner noted Porat and his doctorate from
retains a teaching appoint- Temple, is involved in several
ment at the university. local Jewish organizations.
Englert said the provost In his Temple bio, he is
will be sharing a new univer- listed as a board member of
sity-wide policy “regarding the America-Israel Chamber of
rankings, more robust checks Commerce. In June 2016, Hillel
and balances for rankings of Greater Philadelphia hon-
data collection and report- ored Porat for his campus lead-
ing and new data analytics ership and advocacy for Israel.
staff.” They are also sharing He has been with Temple
information with the U.S. for nearly 40 years and, in his
Department of Education. time as dean of the business
Betzner pointed to rein- school, he helped restructure
stating the committee Porat Fox’s MBA program to incor-
disbanded and said the poli- porate international immer-
cies being planned will be the sion trips, including those
responsibility of the interim to Israel.
dean and the new dean. In a 2016 interview with the
“While we are committed Jewish Exponent ahead of the
to determining the nature Hillel ceremony, Porat said his
and extent of possible incor- answer to Israel detractors was
rect data reporting regarding to “tell the truth.”
other academic programs at “That’s what I do. I’m try-
Fox, one thing is clear: This is ing to encourage everybody
contrary to the fundamental with the facts,” he said.
value of integrity that is at the
heart of our academic mis- [email protected];
sion,” Englert wrote.



Emily’s Entourage
Campaign Features
Music Video

LOCAL that the pain born of her battle “Humans of Tel Aviv”
MARNI FOLKMAN | JE FEATURE with Crohn’s disease had the Photography Exhibition
power to unite worldwide suf-
EMILY’S ENTOURAGE, A ferers of chronic diseases. Discover the diversity of Philadelphia’s sister city at
Philadelphia nonprofit that our public art exhibition, filled with eye-opening and
works to raise awareness and “It is so important … not heartwarming portraits of the everyday people who
money for cystic fibrosis (CF) to allow your circumstances in
research and drug develop- life to bury you; dealing with a call Tel Aviv home.
ment, joined forces with song- struggle you have to overcome on August 21 - September 3, 2018
writer and composer Elizabeth an everyday basis can make you
Phillipson-Weiner on a fund- strong in ways you never imag- Sister Cities Park
raising music video project ined,” Phillipson-Weiner said. 210 N. 18th Street
called The Anyway Campaign. Philadelphia, PA 19103
After meeting through
Emily Kramer-Golinkoff, Phillipson-Weiner’s father, a For more information:
33, who was diagnosed with a vaccine expert and research sci-
rare and fatal mutation of CF entist who is a member of the
at 6 weeks of age, co-founded nonprofit’s Scientific Advisory
Emily’s Entourage with her Board and Leadership team, the
mother, Liza Kramer. The women began to brainstorm.
nonprofit was recognized as
a White House Champion of “Originally, we had an
Change by former President idea to make a music video
Obama’s Precision Medicine for my song ‘Anyway’ because
Initiative and has received we wanted to share Emily’s
more than $2.5 million in story with a larger audience,”
research grants. Phillipson-Weiner said.

The duo began cold con-
tacting “hundreds of agents,
managers, friends, and friends

Being able to recruit such amazing
individuals successfully was incredible.”


Inspired by Kramer- of friends,” Phillipson-Weiner Broadway stars and members connected to Elizabeth’s song. “When you are dealt a
Golinkoff ’s courage and said. Eventually, they found of Hollywood who lent their This proves that when you put bleak deck of cards it can
tenacity, Phillipson-Weiner themselves working with five voices to Elizabeth’s song and needs out into the universe, feel really defeating. Through
reached out after participat- television and Broadway stars. performed in the music video truly spectacular things can my experience with Emily’s
ing in a songwriting retreat — were so compassionate, happen,” she said. “If more Entourage and The Anyway
in California. “Being able to recruit such kind and generous.” people were willing to step up Campaign, I’ve come to see
amazing individuals suc- and embody magnanimity, the that realizing you have the
“Emily and I both grew up, cessfully was incredible. None of the stars has a world would be an infinitely capability to transform des-
eight years apart, in Lower Elizabeth’s vision and resolve personal connection to CF, more wonderful place.” peration and fear into pos-
Merion. We went to the same allowed us to locate people Kramer-Golinkoff said. itive action is empowering,”
school,” she said. “Although who were so moved by our At its core, the melodic Kramer-Golinkoff said. l
we never crossed paths when mission that they couldn’t say “These are individuals who, campaign is about hope.
we were younger, Emily was no,” Kramer-Golinkoff said. in different, unforeseen ways,
always on my radar.” “Javier Muñoz [of Hamilton],
[Tony Award nominee] Laura
Encouraged at the retreat Osnes, Gideon Glick [of Spring
to write a journal entry about Awakening], Christy Altomare
what she liked most about her- [of Anastasia] and Sarah
self and turn it into a song, Levy [of Schitt’s Creek] — the
Phillipson-Weiner came to see



Organizations Use Summer to Renovate, Build

LOCAL which is expected to be “It’s nice to have
ready at some point in a space that’s our
2019. At this stage, that own,” said Gabriele

facility’s roof is being Marantz, Makom’s
SUMMER IS IN full swing, installed and its fram- after-school coor-
and local Jewish organizations ing is being finished. dinator. “It’s nice to
are taking advantage of the Mandell Education have a space we can
slow time of year to make some Campus: The Elkins grow into.”
much-needed repairs and ren- Park campus that is
ovations to their buildings. home to Gratz College Mekor Habracha:
The Philadelphia
Others are preparing to break and the Perelman synagogue recently
ground on new facilities. Jewish Day School moved to its fourth
Here’s a quick look at some recently overhauled location in its exis-
of the work being done around its lighting system, tence, at 1500 Walnut
the area. including the light St. Its previous loca-
Kohelet Yeshiva: The poles in the parking tion lacked handicap
Merion Station high school is lot and the driveways accessibility and was
upgrading its four science labs and walkways around having trouble fitting
and restrooms. It’s also knock- campus. The high-in- the congregation’s
ing down a wall and turning tensity discharge lights Photo provided increasing number of
two classrooms into three to were converted to Children at Makom Community help set up chairs at their new building. children. Previously

accommodate an expected LED bulbs, which are an office space, the
increase in class size. Next brighter and more cost effi- Greater Philadelphia. years,” said Harry Snyder, location was renovated to
door, it is building a facil- cient. The project was funded “It’s something we’ve been Jewish Federation’s director of accommodate the synagogue’s
ity to house its K-8 students, by the Jewish Federation of looking to do for two or three real estate operations. needs, including a sanctu-
Montefiore Cemetery: ary that founding Rabbi Ellie
The Jenkintown cemetery Hirsch estimated is 30 percent
Luxury Apartment Homes plans on breaking ground on a larger than the previous one.
in Downtown Media new mausoleum this summer,
permitting approval from the “We’re very happy with it,”
Hirsch said.
township. Montefiore already Center City Mikvah Mai
has two mausoleums, which Shalva: Construction is set to
store bodies above ground begin shortly, but project man-
and are more space efficient. ager Chanah Colin declined to
Coming Fall 2018 A Bruce E. Toll Community The other two mausoleums disclose an exact timeline. The
at the cemetery are six floors project will include a men’s,
high, and the third one will women’s and keilim mikvah,
be, too, said Bruce Jaffe, rounding out Center City’s
Montefiore’s family service Jewish community.
director. The cemetery has all “It’ll be the first women’s
of the necessary permits for mikvah in 80 years in Center
the third mausoleum. City,” Cholin said.
“At a cemetery, there’s always Drizin Weiss Jewish War
something to do,” Jaffe said. Veterans Post 215: The only
In recent years, Montefiore JWV post in Philly that still
has replaced trees destroyed has a building is undergo-
during Hurricane Sandy and ing renovations to make
renovated an old fence. the facility more accessible.
Ma kom Community: That includes widening the
The after-school program in entrance to make it easier for
Philadelphia recently moved people with walkers and canes
to a new building after pre- to enter and exit the build-
viously sharing space with ing. Elliot Miller, one of the
Call Today for Information: 215 907 9420 Orthodox synagogue Mekor post’s assistant commanders,
Habracha. The program’s expects the work to be done by
attendees chipped in on the September.
move, with little children
helping unpack chairs and [email protected]
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Daniel Silva Discusses Newest Novel at JCC C0A0L0L8(0201654) 887-0877
LOCAL which also include a book. Middle East correspondent. He that what I like most about this
SELAH MAYA ZIGHELBOIM | JE STAFF This is Silva’s fourth time also worked for CNN as the book were a couple of chapters e-mail: [email protected];
executive producer for its talk I wrote concerning the ‘Other visit:
GABRIEL ALLON — the speaking at the Katz JCC. show unit but left after the pub- Woman’ herself, and the tech-
Israeli secret agent, art restorer He has come before in 2011, lication of his first novel, The nique that I used to write those I
and protagonist in more than a 2013 and 2015 for Portrait of a Unlikely Spy. chapters was quite different.
dozen thriller novels — is back. Spy, The English Girl and The Even I did not know every- Screening for other
English Spy, respectively. In The Other Woman, thing that had transpired. In Jewish Genetic Diseases
In Daniel Silva’s books, Russia’s world role serves as a fact, at the time I wrote them,
Allon’s adventures have taken “Fans love Daniel Silva,” Katz theme, so Spector said there’s a I didn’t even know the charac- also available.
him across the globe to deal JCC Cultural Director Sabrina good chance that will come up ter’s real name.” l
with terrorists, spies and a Spector said. “They will come as a topic. This message is sponsored by a friend of
multitude of other antagonists. literally from Washington, D.C., [email protected];
In his latest novel, The Other just to see him. He is the most “I’m fascinated by the new 215-832-0729 Nat’l Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases
Woman, Allon searches for a popular murder mystery writer Russia and Vladimir Putin,” Association of Delaware Valley
Russian mole embedded some- out there. His fanbase will drive Silva said. “Needless to say, I
where inside Western intelli- hours just to hear him talk. He’s view him as a malevolent force
gence and faces off against the an exceptional speaker. To be in in the world and not a friend
Russians in an epic showdown. the room with him, the writing to the United States. And as
process, the genius behind him, we have seen very recently,
Daniel Silva Photo provided he’s just remarkable.” his intelligence services are
very active, and they were
As part of his book tour Spector said that, based on active in our last presidential
for The Other Woman, Silva the previous occasions, she election. They have a very
will speak at the Katz JCC in expects the conversation to clear mission, and that mis-
Cherry Hill, N.J., on July 18, address current events, which sion is to weaken the West,
just a day after the book goes Silva’s books often touch upon. weaken NATO, so that Russia
on sale. can pursue its goals and its
“He doesn’t pitch himself as ambitions. That’s ultimately
“I just have a warm and a political expert,” Spector said. what the book is about.”
loyal following there,” Silva “He’s just very well-versed.
said in a phone interview. “It’s He does a lot of research for Silva, Spector said, usu-
a place that I look forward to his books, but he talks about ally likes to be interviewed. For
going back to. I really do enjoy what’s going on on the other this event, Spector requested
being at a JCC or a Jewish facil- side of the world that impacts that his wife, CNN Special
ity when I’m on a book tour. It us. He talks about why some of Correspondent Jamie Gangel, do
just feels like family, like home, the politicians think one way the interview, having seen several
and I’m really looking forward or the other.” videos of her interviewing him.
to coming back.”
Silva has written more “The two of them have such
Tickets to the event, which than 20 books since 1997, but a great rapport,” Spector said.
include a book, are $30 for JCC started his career in journal- “It will be interesting to really
members and $35 for guests. ism. He worked for United see how the dialogue goes.”
There are also a limited number Press International in San
of VIP tickets, $60 for members Francisco, at the foreign desk Besides current events, Silva
and $65 for guests, for a meet- in Washington, and in Cairo said audiences often like to
and-greet reception with Silva, and the Persian Gulf as a hear about his writing process.
He said he famously writes in
longhand and doesn’t outline
his novels.

For The Other Woman, he
said he used a different tech-
nique to write about the titular
character, who makes this novel
stand out from his others.

“We meet [this character]
through an interesting sort of
trick that I played on myself
as a writer, where I started
writing about a character that
even I didn’t know everything
about,” Silva said. “I won’t
say anything more than that
because it involves some spoil-
ers for the plot, but I will say



Dental School Head D. Walter Cohen Dies at 91

OBITUARY D. Walter Cohen Photo provded His work and dedication to of Fame and becoming pres- what it is without him and he
MELISSA BIRNBAUM | JE FEATURE spreading knowledge gained ident of the Medical College leaves a legacy even larger than
and Dentistry and, in 1997, him worldwide recognition. of Pennsylvania in 1986; he his life — which is saying a
D. WALTER COHEN, who spearheaded the D. Walter became its chancellor in 1993. lot,” NMAJH CEO and Gwen
served as both chancel- Cohen Middle East Center for He was awarded the In addition, he was the first Goodman Director Ivy Barsky
lor emeritus of the Drexel Dental Education at Hebrew Legion of Merit Award from presidential scholar of the said. “His inspirational words to
University College of University in Jerusalem. the French government for University of California, San our volunteers a few weeks ago
Medicine and dean emer- his contributions to France’s Francisco, a gold medal winner were so Walter — humble and
itus of the University of dental education. He was from the American Academy wise — about the importance
Pennsylvania School of the third American ever to of Periodontology, and one of of American Jewish history,
Dental Medicine, died June earn honorary membership only 23 dentists in the United our museum and volunteerism.
29. He was 91. into the British Society of States to be elected into the And then he hopped off the
Periodontology and received Institute of Medicine of the stage — really, he hopped!”
After completing his under- an honorary degree from the National Academy of Sciences.
graduate and dental degrees Carol Davilla University of Cohen is survived by
at Penn, Cohen continued his Medicine and Pharmacy in Cohen didn’t forget his his three daughters, Jane E.
career there for the next 35 Romania. Cohen also received Jewish roots. Millner, Amy Cohen and
years. He also established the honorary degrees from Boston Joanne Cohen Katz, as well
university’s Department of University, Drexel University, He served as the president of the as five grandchildren and two
Periodontics. Hebrew University and Gratz National Museum of American great-grandchildren.
College, among others. Jewish History (NMAJH) and on
He also created the Executive the board of Gratz. Donations in his memory
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Funding this year, and we are very happy
that there’s an increase in that
Continued from Page 1 program,” Frankston-Morris
said. “Lots of our schools will be
Students rally in support of EITC and the OSTC programs, as well as for additional security and health funding Network. “Thankfully, this applying for a grant this year.”
was a year that really helped
at nonpublic schools. Photos provided Jewish education.” e budget continues to
include about $88 million for
nesses to donate to approved ability, receive scholarships to and we see numbers go e budget also includes services to nonpublic schools
school scholarship funds, attend nonpublic schools. up, and we see regulatory new regulatory changes to and about $27 million for text-
such as the Foundation for changes that hurt low- and these programs. e max- books, materials and equip-
Jewish Day Schools at the e 2018-2019 Pennsylvania middle-income families, and imum annual household ment for such institutions.
Jewish Federation of Greater budget increases the EITC pro- then some years it is help- income to receive scholarships
Philadelphia, to receive a tax gram by $25 million, for a total ful,” said Arielle Frankston- has increased from $75,000 to Getting these budget
credit. Families can then apply of $160 million, and continues Morris, director of Teach $85,000. changes has not been an easy
and, based on eligibility and funding the OSTC program at PA, a part of the Orthodox battle. Frankston-Morris said
the scholarship monies’ avail- $50 million. Union’s Teach Advocacy “ ese programs o er edu- Teach PA met with legisla-
cational access for low- and tors, had legislators come visit
“We see numbers go down middle-income families,” schools and sent a delegation
Frankston-Morris said. “It’s of 200 parents, students, edu-
really leveling the playing cators and community leaders
to Harrisburg on May 2 to rally
eld for students from di er- for the tax credit programs, as
ent communities and di erent well as for additional security
socioeconomic backgrounds and health funding.
and giving kids an opportu-
nity to be at a school that is best “We’re thrilled at the state
suited for them.” and very thankful to the
state, to the governor and the
The new budget also makes legislature for implement-
school safety a priority, she ing this change, for improv-
said. The Office of Safe ing the increase,” said Ellen
Schools will offer a $6 mil- Horowitz Matz, director of
lion grant program for school the Educational Tax Credit
police officers, of which $2.6 programs at the Foundation
million will be prioritized for for Jewish Day Schools. “It’s
nonpublic schools. very expensive sending kids to
private schools. It’s extremely
“We fought tooth-and-nail helpful, and the price of a
for inclusion of nonpublic private education, from both
schools in security increases the parents and, in certain
instances, the schools when
they decide to provide that pri-
vate education, it gets more and
more challenging every year.”

For the 2017-2018 school
year, the Foundation for
Jewish Day Schools awarded
more than $6.5 million in
needs-based scholarships
to more than 790 students
to attend local Jewish day
schools. The foundation also
awarded more than $780,000
in scholarships to almost 250
preschool students.

At the moment, the founda-
tion does not know how many
more students it will be able to
award because of the tax credit
program increases.

For the coming school year,
the foundation is considering
applications of families who
have already applied. e foun-



dation will work with families Motion option, they contend. And subsisting on lots of peanut similar situation at his syna-
who decide now to enroll their the lights aren’t their only butter and jelly sandwiches. gogue, which recently installed
child in a Jewish day school on Continued from Page 1 Shabbat obstacle. Residents security cameras powered
a case-by-case basis. are now required to use a key He hasn’t had the same luck by motion sensors. On the
“I’m frustrated as all hell,” fob, which runs on electricity, in Atlantic City. Sabbath they are turned off.
“It’s sort of done on an indi- Alan Senecal said. to enter the pool deck, Alan
vidual basis, if there are funds Senecal said. Laurie Senecal said the cou- “Jewish law remains Jewish
available and if the school feels The couple has petitioned ple’s three daughters, who are law, and it doesn’t change based
the family would be eligible,” the condominium’s board of Alan Senecal, 75, estimated all Orthodox, can no longer on the times,” Yeamans said.
Horowitz Matz said. “If a fam- directors for accommodations, he and his wife, Laurie 70, are visit them during the Sabbath.
ily is thinking about attending but have been met with silence the only Orthodox Jews living The Senecals agree. On a
one of our Jewish day schools or dismissal, they say. Two in the building. “They can’t get up to have recent Saturday afternoon,
or preschools, they should talk Orthodox rabbis agree that lunch or visit us at all, so it’s Alan Senecal left his apart-
to the financial officer at their the Senecals’ refusal to set off “I guess it’s the price I have very frustrating,” she said. ment and strolled through
school. Don’t do it one way or the lights outside their apart- to pay for living in an area the sixth-floor loggia, which
the other ever. Always talk to ment during the Sabbath is in that’s not heavily Jewish,” Alan Alan Senecal said five of doesn’t have motion-sensor
the school directly. accordance with Jewish law, Senecal said. According to city- the seven board members are lights. He looked down on
but offered little in the form of, in 2010 14.3 per- Jewish, adding that the non- the pool deck below, watching
“We want families to know practical advice. cent of Atlantic City’s residents Jews have been more sympa- one friend flipping through a
that if they’re interested in were Jewish, and 1.6 percent thetic to his request. He said book, unmoored. Others were
sending their child to Jewish The Senecals have unsuc- practiced Orthodox Judaism. one board member told him chatting, soaking in the mid-
day schools, we want to help cessfully asked that, for 24 they consulted with a rabbi, 80s degree temperature after a
them. They should always place hours a week, the lights on It’s not the first time who said the Shabbat rules are stretch of sweltering humidity.
a phone call.” four-to-six flights be constantly in his life he’s asked for 2,000 years old and are no lon-
dimmed or constantly left on. Shabbat accommodations. ger applicable. “The [phrase] ‘quality of
Horowitz Matz noted that He said he was in the Army life,’ hit me,” he said. “This is
the foundation does not meet Ocean Club Condominium and, during training, he was “The commandment of not actually affecting my quality
the entire need for Jewish day Association president Don permitted to take off during killing is also 2,000 years old,” of life.” l
school scholarships in the Brunell did not respond to the Sabbath, which he’d said Rabbi Solomon Isaacson of
community. The foundation multiple requests for comment. spend in a chapel. He had Congregation Beth Solomon. [email protected];
does not have enough money to None of the other six members no problem keeping kosher, “Eating is thousands of years 215-832-0737
completely fund families who of the board of directors could old; don’t eat.”
are eligible, and some families be reached for comment.
who are not eligible may still Yeamans has dealt with a
need scholarships. “At the very least, I would
encourage them to stand strong The Kehillah of Chester County presents the
“The cost of a private edu- by such things, because they are FIFTH ANNUAL
cation is a chunk for families important,” Rabbi Yehoshua
to bite off,” she said. “It’s hard, Yeamans of Congregation B’nai Summer Shorts
any private school.” Israel Ohev Zedek said of the
Senecals’ embrace of Shabbat An eight-session film festival and discussion series featuring a fantastic
After eligibility is deter- observance. collection of vintage, contemporary and international Jewish short films.
mined, the foundation works
closely with schools, such as But the Senecals are tired of Wednesdays, July 11 - August 29, 2018
Kohelet Yeshiva, which make standing strong. Alan Senecal 7:15 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
recommendations as to the said the board is staging elec-
actual awards. tions in August and, if no The Colonial Theatre
changes are made, the couple 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA
Gasner said that Jewish day plans on moving out.
schools, families and donors Find the full schedule and register at
are thankful the tax credit pro- “I don’t feel like staying there
grams exist. for Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur,” Alan Senecal said.
“The recipients are incredi-
bly appreciative to the schools The Senecals, who also own
and to the donors that they a house in Edison, N.J., bought
know that their children are the apartment in 1986, using it
able to receive a high-caliber mostly as a weekend getaway
Jewish education, a modern until moving there full time
Orthodox Jewish education seven years ago.
for their families,” Gasner
said. “I’ve heard the word Part of the initial allure
‘life-changing’ many times. It of spending weekends in the
puts children on a path to set Atlantic City apartment was
them up for success, to open up the convenience on Shabbat.
doors for the future.” l The sixth floor is the building’s
lowest residential floor, so the
[email protected]; couple had little trouble forgo-
215-832-0729 ing the elevator for the stair-
case en route to synagogue.

They no longer have that




In Search of Openness

BY JOSHUA RUNYAN School, but was in many ways terms of incoming online MBA the Exponent’s staff for comment. Inquirer unearthed an email
synonymous with the institu- students submitting GMAT or What the rankings deba- Sichel sent to Schwarzman
WHEN I FIRST heard about tion’s brand — the dramatic GRE scores, only 19.6 percent apologizing for what she
the scandal in which U.S. plunge in the school’s standings actually did so. That matters, cle highlights is the danger called the actions of “thought-
News and World Report took and the institutional stock of because U.S. News penalizes of equating success with an less people” in the community.
the drastic step of dropping Porat was entirely predictable. schools where fewer than 75 endorsement of a leader’s
Temple University’s prestigious percent of students submit strategy. Porat is not the first As with Porat, Sichel
Fox School of Business from (In the interest of full dis- such scores prior to admission. school administrator to either appeared to favor secrecy as
its rankings of online MBA closure, Porat once offered me choose retirement or be shown the means to achieve success,
programs, I had a nagging advice when I was choosing Temple quickly engaged the the door after a peek behind although it bears emphasiz-
suspicion that one man was between graduate school pro- services of the Jones Day law the curtain reveals a leader- ing that Sichel has not been
responsible: Moshe Porat. grams, urging that I pursue firm to conduct an independent ship style emphasizing per- accused of the type of fraudu-
an MBA instead of attending investigation. According to sonal power over transparency lent conduct Porat is accused
So I wasn’t surprised when law school, and stressing the Englert, the report’s conclusion, and accountability. of encouraging. The point here
several months later — as strength and prestige of the Fox announced at the same time is not so much the mechan-
announced in a July 9 email from School program. In the end, I as Porat’s departure, was that On the same day as Porat’s ics or even the motives; it’s
Temple President Richard M. decided on studying at Temple’s the business school “knowingly departure from the Fox School the necessity of openness in
Englert — Porat stepped down as Beasley School of Law.) provided false information to at deanship, Abington School governance — whether in aca-
dean of the university’s business least one rankings organization District Superintendent Amy demics, business or politics —
and management schools. There is no escaping the fact about the online MBA. In Sichel announced her deci- even at the risk of sacrificing
that Porat, 71, is a force of nature. addition to the misreporting of sion to walk away from a the hoped-for payoff. The end
Make no mistake: Porat’s fall the number of students who $319,714-per-year position never justifies the improper
is a huge blow for Temple, for Even Englert acknowledged took the GMAT from 2015 to that topped all superinten- means employed to get there.
the Fox School and, because the that without the 22-year ten- 2018, the average undergraduate dents in Pennsylvania.
Israeli-American academic has ure of Porat, the moneymaking GPA was overstated, and Over at Temple’s Fox
been an active pro-Israel voice, Fox School — which boasts an there were inaccuracies in the Sichel’s resignation, offered School, a group of students are
the Philadelphia Jewish com- enrollment of 9,000 students number of offers of admission without explanation in an now questioning the value of
munity. But in capping a recent and 200 full-time faculty, as as well as in the degree of email to stakeholders, came their MBA degrees, while in
history of massive expansion well as a gleaming building on student indebtedness.” five months after she engi- Abington, a school board is
at the business school — an Temple’s North Philadelphia neered the whopping $25 mil- trying to regain the trust of
era during which Porat was not campus — wouldn’t be where Jones Day blamed Porat’s lion gift by billionaire Stephen the parents it serves. But the
only the public face of the Fox it is today. But that includes “personal management style” Schwarzman to renovate and rest of the country is far from
the school being a defendant in and the “rankings-focused rebrand the Abington Senior devoid of other examples of
a lawsuit brought by an MBA strategy” he pursued, which High School he graduated from charismatic leaders neglecting
student alleging that he and had the effect of making the in 1965. When announced, the ethical constraints and other
others were defrauded after Fox School’s online MBA pro- donation was hailed as historic, checks on their power.
it became clear that test data gram appear more selective but details of the transaction
reported to U.S. News was than it was. landed Sichel in the crosshairs These stories teach us that
woefully inaccurate. of parents angry at some of ill-gotten gain tends to be
Among the sins Englert the odd concessions the school momentary and, in the long
U.S. News said at the time cited in his email was Porat’s made and the way in which the run, exposes entire communi-
that it dropped the Fox School disbanding of a longstanding deal was inked outside of the ties to harm. l
from its online MBA listings, committee whose job was to glare of public scrutiny.
where the school had enjoyed ensure the accuracy of data Joshua Runyan is the editor-
a No. 1 ranking for the past used in the determination The Schwarzman deal in-chief of the Jewish Exponent.
three years, after discovering of rankings. Porat did not ended up being revised He can be reached at [email protected]
that far from the 100 percent respond to several calls from after the outcry, but further
level reported by the school in reporting by The Philadelphia

The Supreme Battle

BY ELEANOR LEVIE league with the religious right. religious freedom stands not gious freedom has been the deeply personal, deeply private
The Federalist Society and for the right of Americans to goal of immigrants coming to decision according to her own
WE ARE IN a battle for reli- practice whatever faith they this country of their own free articles of faith. Yet the pres-
gious freedom. the Heritage Foundation — wish (or no religion at all). will throughout our history. ident and his backers want a
the powers behind most of Instead, the interests behind Religious freedom is the hall- Supreme Court that will undo
In nominating Judge Brett President Donald Trump’s the administration seek to mark of our democracy. Roe v. Wade.
Kavanaugh to succeed Supreme appointments — have long impose their Christian beliefs
Court Justice Anthony wished to bring down the on all of us, rolling back our Religious freedom under- Our Jewish teachings are
Kennedy, the president puts protective wall of separation hard-won constitutional rights. pins the right of any woman based on the concept of b’tzelem
forward an individual hand- between religion and state. faced with an unwanted or
picked by organizations in According to their agenda, As we Jews can attest, reli- untenable pregnancy to make a See Levie, Page 16



An Open Letter to the Participants KVETCH ’N KVELL

Who Left Their Birthright Trip Unsavory Truth About Barletta
MY MOTHER ALWAYS said, “You are who you associate with.”
BY LIEL ASULIN ment. It means that you begin be distant from your commu- She may have ended the sentence with a preposition, but hey,
to form a relationship with the nity and its values, and speak pretty good advice, I would say. My mom’s words came to mind
Editor’s note: Last week, sev- land and with the people. with authority on what the last week when Exponent editor-in-chief Joshua Runyan, authored
eral members of a Birthright community’s values are and a column detailing recent examples of congressmen/want-to-be
Israel trip protested their itiner- So they took you to what they are not? congressmen and their lapses of judgment regarding issues near
ary’s not including a visit with Jerusalem to see how reli- and dear to the Jewish community (“Truth and Consequences,”
Palestinians by leaving the trip gious Jews pray and to Tel What is most disappoint- June 28). I cannot help thinking that if Runyan had waited one
and joining up with Breaking Aviv to show you how secular ing is that, for all your talk more day, he would have mentioned another example.
the Silence. Jews party. They took you to of wanting to critically engage
the desert to see how Jewish with a complex issue, the path U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, running against Sen. Bob Casey in
I’M CONFLICTED. On pioneers feed a country and you have chosen — disparag- November, has decided to move forward with a fundraiser where
the one hand, I am hesitant to Safed to see how Jewish ing an organization, disrupt- Nigel Farage, an alleged racist and anti-Semite, is a guest.
to engage with you because a artists create mystical works. ing the experience of 35 other
response would give your rhet- They do not do this because participants, being dishonest Farage recently made headlines when he warned that a
oric a degree of legitimacy. On of an ethnocentric suprem- about your reason for taking “Jewish lobby” controlling America posed a greater threat to the
the other hand, your rhetoric is acist ideology they want to part in the trip — was the least country than Russia. Those comments, which were immediately
so presumptive and your inten- force on you. They do it to critical, most predictable path condemned by the ADL, follow Farage’s history of peddling
tions for participating on this show you that for the first you could have taken. white nationalism and associating with extreme-right European
trip are so disingenuous that time in 2,000 years, Jews of politicians, including Holocaust deniers. When the Barletta cam-
I feel compelled to speak out. all varieties are free to be Solving complex issues paign was asked about those comments, they defended the event
Ironically, the guiding princi- what they want to be in the requires patience and criti- with Farage and called allegations of anti-Semitism “outrageous.”
ple that has ultimately led me land of their genesis. It’s a cal examination of the indi-
to pen a response is Hillel’s celebration of the good for a viduals and ideas that created What makes Barletta’s response especially concerning is
famous adage in Pirkei Avot: If group of 40 participants who the problem. There are schol- that it represents the latest in a series of instances in which he’s
not now, when? I am sure you may have never seen the good ars, politicians, lawyers and defended or made excuses for his decisions to associate with
are familiar with it. of being Jewish in their lives. activists who have devoted anti-Semitic extremists. In January, CNN reported that Barletta
their entire lives to trying to had attended a rally with neo-Nazis and given an interview to a
After reading your tweets But you knew that, and still, make sense of the conflict Holocaust-denying publication.
and Facebook posts, a few you went in order to promote and improve the lives of both
things stood out to me that I the agenda of an organization Israelis and Palestinians deal- By not canceling the event, Barletta is sending the message
feel we need to discuss. The first whose narrative you seem to ing with its consequences. It that Farage and his repugnant anti-Semitic tropes have a place
is the purpose of Birthright. have accepted without question. would be embarrassing to say in our politics. He is sending a message that associating with
you made your minds up after Farage, given his cadre of Holocaust deniers and white national-
Taglit-Birthright has never If you wanted to participate 10 days. How upsetting it is to ists, is no longer a disqualifying act for an elected official.
purported to be the forum for on a trip to Israel that allowed see that you made your minds
young Jews to engage in-depth you to meet with Palestinians up before you even set foot on As Runyan concluded, “I would have been satisfied with an
with the Israeli-Arab conflict. and Israelis, and engage with the plane to Israel. apology, but at least the truth came out.” Barletta provides as
One glance at the Birthright the conflict on a deeper level, much transparency as I certainly need.
Israel website should be I know of at least five organi- In spite of my frustration
enough to understand that. zations that offer such trips. with the absurdity of this inci- Harris Devor | Philadelphia
Instead, Birthright was born Finding them is as simple as dent, I still welcome and accept
out of a sentiment that you Googling “Israel-Palestine you as part of my Jewish com- Call Out Illegal Immigration
yourselves expressed — that educational trips.” But again, munity, as it is written, “Love PLEASE DO NOT assume your readership agrees with the
Jews no longer feel connected you chose to feign ignorance your fellow as yourself.” I also editorial stance regarding immigration (“Immigration Rally
to their Judaism. The goal of for 10 full days, take advantage recognize my own limitations Includes Large Jewish Contingent,” July 5). No doubt, some do,
the program was, in part, to of the free trip provided by as a student of this conflict. As but many do not.
succeed where Jewish commu- those “far-right Jewish billion- members of a shared Jewish
nal institutions in the United aires” you fear so much and community, I invite you to join There seems to be a disconnect: My wife and I are all for
States had failed, and to pro- tweet IfNotNow talking points me in studying the history, immigration — legal immigration.
vide young Jews some kind of as though they were your own. learning from diverse texts and
connection to their heritage, sharing our insights with one No nation-state can sustain the incredible burden of millions
their spiritual identities and Moreover, your one-to- another. I believe this is how of un-vetted, unskilled illegal migrants.
their Jewish community. To one equation of a social-jus- we make progress and how we
be sure, the institution’s work tice ethos with Jewish values in the American Jewish com- Our ancestors came through Ellis Island — legally, the proper
is also motivated by a desire is deeply troubling, especially munity can positively contrib- way.
to give participants a connec- considering that at multiple ute to building a better world. l
tion to Israel, but connection points in your magnum opus Illegal immigration is a globalist invasion to destabilize this
does not mean an unwavering you express clearly that you Liel Asulin works for CAMERA on great country.
support of the Israeli govern- have never felt particularly Campus. This article was
close to your Jewish identity. distributed by Doug Marshall | Yardley
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Reflections After the Fourth of July Levie environmental protections.
The president’s nominee for
BY PAUL FINKELMAN part many Americans know tral to what America is all about. Continued from Page 14
— that set out both a theory They helped attract millions the highest court in the land
LAST WEEK WE celebrated of democratic self-government of Jewish immigrants fleeing Elohim — that we are all created adds yet another skewed view
the Fourth of July with fire- and the political credo that European oppression in the early in God’s image, equally deserv- of religious freedom, of dem-
works, bands, flags and out- America stands for. Meanwhile, 20th century. ing of respect and dignity. Yet ocratic values and of morality.
door grilling. It was all fun both the beginning and the end Trump and his ilk recognize
and frolic. But beyond the fri- of the Declaration implicitly set Finally, the Declaration only one narrowly defined way We in the progressive
volity, days on the Jersey shore the stage for religious liberty implicitly embodies and sup- of living. Jewish community must join
and car sales, we should pause in America. ports religious liberty. The other well-informed thinkers
to remember why we have the signers, all of whom were Our Jewish culture honors and doers to stop the religious
holiday, and how it connects The theory of government is Christians (or deists who had education. We progressives right from commandeering
to American Jews, especially simple: Governments are “insti- been raised as Christians), recognize that public taxes the Supreme Court. It’s up
those of us in Philadelphia. tuted” by the people, “deriv- might easily have used reli- should fund public schools to us to call on our sena-
ing their just powers from the gion — their religion — to and not private or parochial tors to protect our rights, to
Too often, we forget that consent of the governed.” In support the Declaration. But, schools. Brown v. Board of safeguard the checks and bal-
the Fourth celebrates the 1776, this was a novel idea. significantly, they did not. Education is the 1954 decision ances of our government and
signing of the Declaration of Everywhere in Europe there The Declaration acknowl- that guarantees equal access to ensure a federal judiciary
Independence. It was written were kings, princes or other edged a divine spirit, but con- to a quality public education that will protect all our fun-
and signed in Philadelphia, so royals who ruled over their peo- sciously rejected sectarianism. for all children, no matter the damental freedoms.
that in itself makes it a local ple. In America, government The Declaration argued that color of their skin.
story. In the Revolutionary era, a and laws were made by the peo- “the Laws of Nature and Don’t hesitate to contact
number of Jews in Philadelphia ple and their representatives. Nature’s God” supported In fact, Trump has already a senator like Pat Toomey
joined the patriot movement, Independence, but did not come out against affirmative because he doesn’t share your
including Benjamin Levy, Haym More complicated was invoke Christian theology or action in higher education. He points of view and articles of
Salomon, Samson Levy, Hyman the fundamental creed of the Christian language. cares not a whit for the lively faith. Tell him how your reli-
Levy Jr., Mathias Bush and his nation — that all people “are exchanges of opinion that gion informs your opinions as
son, Lt. Col. Solomon Bush, created equal” and endowed The document argued peo- diversity brings to academia. a constituent.
Moses Mordecai, Lt. Col. David with fundamental rights of ple were “endowed by their
Salisbury Franks, Bernard Gratz “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit Creator” with the “unalien- Our Jewish values inspire Don’t hesitate to contact a
and Michael Gratz. of Happiness.” This would be able Rights” of “Life, Liberty, us to love our neighbor, to love senator like Bob Casey, because
the basis of struggles against and the Pursuit of Happiness.” justice and mercy, to welcome he already shares your values.
The son of Michael Gratz slavery, discrimination and Congress appealed to “divine the stranger. Yet the religious
was Hyman Gratz, who was inequality, and movements Providence” for the achieve- right that empowers Trump Don’t hesitate to tell friends,
the founder of Gratz College. supporting equal rights for ment of independence. But and informs his choices for family and neighbors why this
Michael’s daughter, Rebecca women and various minori- the “Creator” and “divine judges demands more exclu- Supreme Court pick is import-
Gratz, was a major figure in ties. When Jews fought against Providence” apply to people of sionary immigration policies. ant. Urge them to call and send
Jewish education and the muse discrimination in housing, any faith — or no faith at all. emails to their senators.
for the institution. employment or college admis- We Jews honor the respon-
sions, we relied on the philo- These secular and vague sibility of caring for the sick. There is power in numbers.
While patriot leaders strug- sophical and moral principles references to divine powers The administration, the And the power of numbers
gled against the British, the of the Declaration. illustrate that the new nation majority party in Congress could well make the differ-
Continental Congress meeting could be the home to anyone and soon, unfortunately, the ence in fostering a strong
here wrote the Declaration. A century after the — Protestants, Catholics, Jews, highest court in the land want democracy. Our actions today
Declaration was signed, the deists and the few Muslims to decimate the Affordable can preserve our rights and
The body of the Declaration Jewish poet Emma Lazarus living in the United States at Care Act, despite the Supreme freedoms for generations.
— the part most people never wrote the words that are the time. Later it would apply Court decision of 2012 under Our silence may relegate reli-
read — is a list of complaints inscribed on the base of to adherents of all faiths. Chief Justice John Roberts that gious freedom to the history
about the British government the Statue of Liberty, what upheld it. books. The stakes are high.
and the king. It explains why Lazarus called the “Mother This concept of religious This is a battle that we can’t
America was seeking indepen- of Exiles.” The words — “Give freedom would later reappear As God’s partners doing the afford to lose. l
dence. It reads like a lawyer’s bill me your tired, your poor; Your in the Constitution, which work of tikkun olam, we Jews
of particulars, which is not sur- huddled masses yearning to provides that “no religious take seriously our responsibil- Eleanor Levie is a volunteer
prising, since three drafters — breathe free” — dovetail with Test shall ever be required as ities as stewards of God’s cre- advocate and chair of BenchMark:
John Adams, Thomas Jefferson the credo of the Declaration. a Qualification to any Office ation. Yet this administration the National Council of Jewish
and Robert R. Livingston — Her poem embodies the or public Trust under the and its minions seem to rel- Women’s federal judiciary
were practicing lawyers, and understanding that the great- United States.” ish opportunities to dismantle campaign.
the other two, Roger Sherman ness of America is rooted in
and Philadelphia’s Benjamin our willingness to extend Last week, on the Fourth of Join the conversation!
Franklin, were leaders who liberty, happiness, economic July, we celebrated not just inde-
understood the intersection of opportunity, sanctuary, equal- pendence from Great Britain, Tell us what you’re thinking
politics, law and business. ity and political participation but fundamental freedoms and and interact with the community
to those ready to come here. liberty for all Americans. l at
Preceding this extensive list Connect with us on
of complaints about the king The words and ideas are cen- Paul Finkelman is the president of
are the two paragraphs — the Gratz College.



Books Provide Keen Comedic, Historic Insights

BOOKS he lands his dream job with the — summaries of the book smarter than a lot of people of National Geographic that
New York Yankees. summaries lazy students reg- I know. He [yes, Lassie was featured Berlin. It portrayed
Author Turns ‘The ularly used. Then there was played by a male dog] remem- a city thriving under Nazi
Opposite’ Into Success Meantime, other plot lines this one: “George’s new lady bered me four years later. The rule, with photos of down-
revolve around Kramer and friend makes a crack about horses were different. … I loved town streets festooned with
ANDY GOTLIEB | JE MANAGING EDITOR his coffee table book appearing how goofy he looked as a little Lassie, but I hated the main swastika flags, a photo of
on Live with Regis and Kathie kid, prompting him to poke Flicka horse. She was mean Hitler’s birthday parade and
Banging My Head Against the Lee, Seinfeld always being fun at her goofy young like- and kept stepping on my feet!” an image of of tow-headed
Wall “even Steven” in life and Elaine ness, what turns out to be a children smiling in front of
Andy Cowan Benes being the counterbal- recent picture of her young Vincent Price: “I’m kind of swastika-draped buildings.
$20.95, paperback ance to Costanza — as his life daughter.” And there was one a slob. I once won a prize for
Black Rose Writing improves, hers declines. idea where Seinfeld would be being one of the best-dressed The article, by Douglas
ABINGTON NATIVE Andy dating a woman who smiled men in Hollywood, and I Chandler — who would later
Cowan may lament being 66, Cowan, who later became inappropriately, leaving him picked up the award with one be imprisoned for treason
but 40 years in Hollywood as a story consultant on Seinfeld, unsure how to react. brown sock and one blue.” after supporting the Nazi
a comedy writer has left him takes a chapter to explain cause — spoke of a Germany
with stories to tell. all the steps that led to “The There’s more to Cowan’s Anthony Quinn: “I’ve found in the flush of positive
Opposite,” starting with him story than just Seinfeld, as he’ll it much easier to work with change. One caption read,
And he details them adroitly faxing story ideas to show cre- regale you with tales about pro- women I don’t get along with. “To develop boys and girls
in his part tell-all, part mem- ator Larry David. ducing segments and appear- The minute I work with a in body and mind and thus
oir, Banging My Head Against ing on air with The Merv woman I’m likely to fall in love insure a sturdy race to defend
the Wall. “Larry was receptive enough Griffin Show. He also wrote a with, I’m horrendous. I throw Germany in the future,
to my various pitches address- few episodes of Cheers and 3rd all the scenes her way. Things is a policy of the present
Cowan’s book moves at a ing each of the four leads to Rock from the Sun and even did work better when there’s a little government.”
breakneck pace and often keep the door open for more,” resentment involved.”
seems to be stream of con- he wrote. “I came close with a some songwriting. It was odd to see those
sciousness musings, but he story about George discover- The interactions with Cowan remains active images in 2018 without any
gives fascinating insight ing a lost large bra in a dryer today, developing a “comedy accompanying historical
into Hollywood, how and trying to find the woman celebrities (and their admis- docuseries” called The Lost context. Now, of course, it’s
ideas develop into final this ‘glass slipper’ fit (with res- sions) make for interesting Sessions with Andy Cowan and impossible to see streets filled
products and how certain ervations after Kramer and reading, too. A sampling: maintaining a website (andy- with people marching along-
questions seem to come up the woman’s phone voice lead He also remains side swastika flags and not
time and again. George to think it could be a Truman Capote: “Los a keen observer of the world, feel horror. But in this 1937
grandmother’s bra).” Angeles is the biggest dump. offering over the phone a non- article, there was a relentless
“Do you hold out for per- Your IQ drops three points stop repartee of old bits, such insistence that all was fine —
fection or settle for good Fans of Seinfeld will enjoy sev- for every year you spend as a 40-year-old gag about what and to its Nazi author, that
enough?” he said in a phone eral pages where Cowan recounts there.” Frank Sinatra would sing today was true.
interview. ideas for “new” episodes of the — breaking into a version of
show — leftover ideas that he still Jim Backus: “The first time I the Village People’s “Macho The images in that found
One of Cowan’s career believes have promise. ever saw Marilyn [Monroe], she Man” a la Old Blue Eyes. magazine got me thinking
highlights is an episode he was stark naked. She was late about the power of imagery
helped write for Seinfeld. For example, Kramer fol- coming to work and asked me And he can be critical of and propoganda, and how
The memorable episode was lows up his coffee table book if I would mind if she changed television today, including the masterfully the Third Reich
the season five finale and is with CliffsNotes on CliffsNotes right then and there. Also, what networks, in which he has lit- wielded both to further its
known as “The Opposite.” many don’t know — she copied tle faith. aims. I thought I would read
her walk after Robert Mitchum more about it, but where to
Seinfeld fans will remem- and John Wayne.” “They’re putting out bland, start? Fortunately, Oxford has
ber it as the episode where by committee versions of just the thing.
George Costanza was lament- Helen Hayes: “I was in a shows,” he lamented.
ing his lot in life and his gen- silly little murder mystery on There is plenty of informa-
erally bad instincts. Jerry TV last month that 30 million Finding New Meaning tion about imagery and pro-
Seinfeld convinces him that people watched. And I stopped in Old Narratives pogranda in the capacious new
if all his instincts are wrong, and realized I hadn’t been seen volume, The Oxford Illustrated
the opposite must be correct. by that many people in my LIZ SPIKOL | JE STAFF History of The Third Reich. But
Cowan notes that the theme of whole stage career. That’s what as with so many of the book’s
opposites is one that comes up put the cap on my ambition to The Oxford Illustrated History considerations of already well-
repeatedly in his life. keep performing. I got angry of The Third Reich known history, what we think
and thought this isn’t fair.” Robert Gellately we know about propogranda
Anyway, George takes the $39.95, hardback under Hitler is actually a bit
idea to heart and does the Gene Kelly: “I don’t think you Oxford more complex.
opposite of what he’d normally should confuse grace with femi- NOT LONG AGO, in an
do — and things begin to fall ninity. Grace can be strong and antiques shop in Virginia, I As the book’s editor, Florida
in place. Not only does he start virile. Any male who looks like a found a February 1937 issue
dating a beautiful woman, but sissy dancing is a lousy dancer.” See Books, Page 20

Roddy McDowell; “The
original Lassie was a lot



Film Explores Mysterious Life of Moe Berg

FILM called Berg “the strangest man to be part of the contin-
MARISSA STERN | JE STAFF ever to play baseball.” gent that went to Tokyo
in 1932 for a series of
IF YOU ASK my roommate Philadelphia Jewish Sports baseball exhibitions.
to review a film, she tends to Hall of Fame Chairman He played against
employ as many short descrip- Stephen Frishberg hasn’t seen a Japanese all-star
tive details as she can, sort of like the film yet, but plans to. team along with mem-
Bill Hader’s Stefon on Saturday bers of “Murderer’s
Night Live: “This film has it “What Moe Berg symbol- Row,” including Babe
all: Murder. Mystery. Action. izes to me is the old cliche, Ruth and Lou Gehrig.
Intrigue. Drama. Romance.” ‘you can’t judge a book by its During his visit, he
cover,’” he said. “One’s initial talked his way to the
Once, she used that phras- reaction to him being such a top of one of Tokyo’s
ing to describe Zootopia. (She good baseball player was ‘Is tallest buildings and
surprisingly wasn’t wrong.) he really Jewish?’ but now we used a movie cam-
realize that the more pertinent era to film the capital
And if she were to see The question should have been, city’s shipyards, per a
Catcher Was a Spy, based on a ‘Was he really a spy?’ report from the CIA. Paul Rudd portrays Moe Berg in The Catcher Was a Spy. Dusan Martincek/IFC Films
biography by Nicholas Dawidoff
of the same title, she’d probably “So much for stereotyping!” Reportedly, the United
use that phrasing again. A simple Google search for States used Berg’s foot-
a biography of Berg quickly age to plan bombing raids over playing with Moe Berg. One really challenged him.”
The latest release by direc- shows you won’t find a con- Tokyo in World War II. tells him he used to see Berg The Observer called the film
tor Ben Lewin (Please Stand densed version, and you can His post-baseball career at Fenway Park and he was itself “a challenging story less
By) stars Paul Rudd in a quickly fall down a rabbit hole took an unusual turn. In the really good. “Me? Good? riveting than it should be,” but
decidedly un-Paul Rudd role. of theories and questions — midst of World War II, he When?” Berg quips. noted that Rudd “is very, very
He stretches his acting chops namely, who was he really? started to work for the Office of But one cannot deny that the good in what is considerably
beyond his typical comedic Known for his brains as well Strategic Services (OSS), a war- subject matter is interesting. the best role of his career.”
antics and the wings of Ant- as his baseball prowess (though time intelligence agency that Director Lewin hadn’t heard Making the film proved
Man to play Morris “Moe” just a mediocre player), Berg became the CIA’s predecessor. of Berg, who it is also said was challenging as there were many
Berg, the real-life Jewish grew up in Newark, N.J., and One of his tasks with the OSS likely gay despite being in a stories within the story, Lewin
baseball catcher who played attended Princeton University, was to find and kill German sci- longtime relationship with a noted — it’s a spy movie and
and coached for such teams as where he played the sport in entist Werner Heisenberg, who woman (the film nods to this as also a thriller as well as a base-
the Boston Red Sox and who addition to studying modern was rumored to be helping the well), before getting the movie ball movie.
was also a spy during World languages. He could speak at Nazis build nuclear weapons, script. As the son of Holocaust “It was a real challenge in
War II. least seven perfectly, as well as including a fission bomb. survivors, the story’s World terms of defining the story
a few more conversationally, This is where Catcher first War II elements hit home. you’re telling, and on the one
Former New York Yankees including Japanese, which came opens. All this to say, this “I read the book and, you hand there was this fascina-
manager Casey Stengel once in handy when he was picked

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at the Sundance Film Festival. people out there trying to, to figure out who he was, but
With a plotline relying on ‘Well, who was this Moe Berg to see his part in the story
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Orchestra to Celebrate Bernstein Centennial

MUSIC The Philadelphia Orchestra at me being a young conductor,” Some of the music —
MARISSA STERN | JE STAFF he said. such as a piece from On the
a previous performance at the Town — will be accompanied
IN CASE YOU somehow The musical selections by baritone singer Joseph
missed it amid all the program- Mann Center Dan Drufovka in Bernstein: Broadway & Lattanzi, soprano Alexandra
ming Philadelphia and beyond Beyond highlight his ability Schoeny and pianist Stewart
has put on, this year marks Kensho Watanabe will to span genres and musical Goodyear.
Leonard Bernstein’s centennial. styles, from symphonic works
conduct Bernstein: Broadway & to ballets to musicals. Watanabe is looking for-
And yet, somehow his music Beyond on July 18 at the Mann ward to working with so many
and extensive works have not Center for the Performing Arts. Watanabe cited Mass in different artists, for which they
only withstood the test of time, particular, as it deals with will all have just one day to
but found new ways to inhabit Andrew Bogard questions of faith and religion rehearse together — the day of
today’s societal space. while being a revolutionary the performance.
piece of music for the way
For instance, Bernstein it blended genres — from It’s a fast turnaround, he
wrote the music for West Side musical-style with a chorus to acknowledged with a laugh.
Story in 1957, but composer liturgical content. “But this is the kind of pro-
Darin Atwater has found a way gram I love doing because it’s
to make the story feel even more “He just did it all,” he said, high intensity but everybody’s
contemporary with South Side “and that also allows all of his there to make the best perfor-
Symphonic Dances. The piece music to stand the test of time mance possible with all these
will make its world premiere because you can’t say he is a com- wonderful works.”
on July 18 during Bernstein: poser of a specific genre; he broke
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ern take and very apt take on also teased the Orchestra will “That was such a great
what is going on in our society close its next season with a full insight into his life being
right now.” performance of Candide, so the told by his own kin, but also
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The program is split into Gay” could serve as a preview his music was one of those
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A conductor and musi-




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August 26, 2018 State University’s
Robert Gellately,
12-5pm at Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El 1001 Remington Rd. Wynnewood, PA points out in the Commission on Holocaust
FREE Shuttle Parking - Kaiserman JCC introduction, when Assets from 1998 to 2000. All
it comes to the of the contributors have simi-
Bringing Community Together! Third Reich, there lar bona fides.
Come help us support the Jewish Relief Agency is room for new
interpretations. The book spans the 12 years
in fighting hunger in the Philadelphia area. of the Reich, starting with the
“Since 1945,” birth of the Nazi Party under
I LY - FR IE N D LY Artisan PICKLE EATING Gellately writes, “his- the Weimar Republic to the
F U N ! Beer Gardens CONTEST torians keep trying fall of the Reich in 1945, and
F A M Mechanical Live Six13 band to explain how it all includes sections on elections,
bull riding bands happened.” In this the economy, arts and culture,
comprehensive reex- the Holocaust and the eventual amination of the Nazi collapse of the Nazi enterprise,
regime, “the authors among other topics.
Be heard. show that our under-
standing of the Third Though a book with so
Email your letters to the editor. Reich has evolved many contributors could
over the years as we unearthed feel atomized by personality
[email protected] new materials and documents, and approach, Gellately has
adopted new methods and ensured a degree of uniformity
approaches, or studied what by asking the scholars to focus
happened from different per- on four overarching themes:
spectives that give new meaning Hitler’s role; the dictatorship’s
to the old evidence.” use of plebiscites and elections;
Nazism’s social vision; and war
That means that a number and empire. This common set
of entrenched assumptions — of concerns is layered onto
whether about Hitler’s rise to entirely disparate topics, from
power or the role of the German the private photographs taken
people in fostering the Nazi ide- by German citizens to the
ology — are challenged in this growth of German armaments
book, in which specialists use production. Miraculously, the
historical scholarship as a basis book feels cohesive rather than
for their own research findings. scattered.

Plentifully illustrated with It is also an excellent and
propaganda images, rare pho- thoughtful resource for any-
tographs, paintings and draw- one interested in the period,
ings, The Oxford Illustrated whether due to a longstanding
History of The Third Reich con- fascination or an inadvertent
sists of 10 chapters, each writ- stumble onto an old issue of
ten by a different expert at the National Geographic. l
top of their field.

Israeli scholar Omer Bartov,
for instance, is the John P.
Birkelund Distinguished
Professor of European History
at Brown University and the
author of a dozen books about
the Holocaust and the Third
Reich. Historian Jonathan
Petropoulos, who contributed
the book’s section on art and
architecture, was formerly
director of Claremont McKenna
College’s Center for the Study
of the Holocaust, Genocide
and Human Rights and served
on the Presidential Advisory



Peach Season Blossoms Each Summer

FOOD peaches are rich in calcium, Equipment: a barbecue grill four minutes, and turn over Roman
LINDA MOREL | JE FOOD COLUMNIST potassium, magnesium, iron or a griddle to sear the skin side. After Samokhin/
and zinc. ey are light in cal- the second four minutes, Thinkstock
THERE IS NOTHING better ories and contain no saturated 3 ripe medium-size peaches the peaches may be ready:
than biting into a ripe peach, fat or cholesterol. ey are ⅛ teaspoon ground cinnamon They should be soft and ARUGULA AND PEACH
even when the juice rolls down abundant in dietary ber. ⅛ teaspoon ground ginger cooked through. If not, SALAD | DAIRY OR
to my chin. With their sweet a- Kosher salt to taste grill them more, alternating PAREVE
vor tinged with a touch of tart- At farmers markets, I buy as Freshly ground black pepper between the flesh side and Serves four
ness, peaches are my favorite many peaches as possible. I love the skin side, turning every
fruit — not just for their taste, both yellow peaches and white to taste two minutes, until ready to 3 tablespoons slivered
but for their versatility, too. peaches, which are a bit sweeter. Olive oil for coating, eat. Serve immediately. almonds

e essence of summer, Because there are so many about 1 tablespoon 1 large bunch arugula
peaches can be baked into ways to enjoy peaches, I know 2 peaches, cut into thin
cobblers, pies, shortbreads and they’ll be consumed quickly. Rinse the peaches under
cakes. Surprisingly, peaches cold water and pat them dry slices with the skin on
exude a savory side, too. ey inly sliced, peaches are a with towels. Cut the peaches 4 large radishes, sliced thin
add punch to salads. A spin perky addition to most green in half. Remove and discard
on a barbecue grill turns them salads. For breakfast, they the pits. Evenly sprinkle the
into a refreshing side dish, par- are wonderful with Greek cinnamon, ginger, salt and
ticularly with poultry and veal. yogurt and brown sugar. If, pepper over the esh of the
by chance, a peach or two gets peaches. Reserve.
Although I think of peaches so , cut them in half and bake
as an all-American fruit, they them. ey’re heavenly with Coat the grilling surface
carry the pedigree of history. whipped cream. of a barbecue or the ridges
Peaches originated in China of a griddle with olive oil.
and have been cultivated since In Pennsylvania, the height Preheat the barbecue over a
at least 1000 B.C.E. Traders of peach season runs from mid- medium flame or the grid-
carried them west along the July to Sept. 1. Take advantage dle over a medium-high
Silk Roads to Persia. Spaniards of it while you can. flame. Place the peaches,
introduced peaches to South flesh side down, on the
America and they found their GRILLED PEACHES WITH cooking surface.
way to Louisiana via the French. A KICK | PAREVE
Yield: Six servings of peach On the barbecue, move
Delicious and nutritious, halves as a side dish them to one side of center
so they get indirect heat. Let
the peaches sizzle for about

See Food, Page 22

JULY 12, 2018 21


A bowl of peach crumble Sarsmis/Thinkstock Peach cobbler with ice cream Mizina/Thinkstock


Continued from Page 21

6 teaspoons raisins 4 slices challah, or more, if dients together until well com- 2½ cups medium-sized In three or four batches,
4 tablespoons crumbled needed bined. Spoon the batter over peaches, about 7 to 9. add the flour mixture to the
the challah pieces as evenly as But have a couple extra large bowl, alternating with
feta cheese or more, if 1 egg possible. Leave at room tem- on hand in case bruising the milk. Add the sour cream,
desired (optional) 1 cup sugar perature for 10 minutes. reduces the yield. vanilla and lemon zest. Mix
6 teaspoons fresh lemon 1 tablespoon flour together on medium speed
juice ½ cup margarine or sweet Place the pan inside the ½ cup sweet butter at room until the ingredients are well
6 teaspoons olive oil oven. After 10 minutes, remove temperature, plus 1 table- incorporated. The dough
butter, melted the pan momentarily from the spoon for greasing the should be sticky.
Bake the almonds in a ¼ teaspoon vanilla oven and close the door. Using baking pan
350-degree oven or toaster oven, ⅛ teaspoon ground cinnamon the underside of a turner uten- Move the dough to the pre-
until golden, about two minutes. 1 teaspoon lemon juice sil, press down on the cobbler ¾ cup sugar pared pan and spread it evenly
Watch the almonds constantly 2 teaspoons maple syrup, to moisten the challah. Return 1 egg across the pan. Arrange the
because they burn easily. Cool to the pan to the oven and repeat 2 cups flour peach slices over the dough.
room temperature and reserve. preferably Grade A amber after another 10 minutes, if nec- 2½ teaspoons baking powder Reserve.
Dash of salt essary. Bake for a total of 30 to ⅛ teaspoon salt
Rinse the arugula well. Drain Optional accompaniments: 40 minutes, or until the cobbler
on paper towels. Cut off and is set. Turn off the oven. Open (free flowing, not kosher) The Crumble
discard the stems. Drain again vanilla ice cream, the oven door halfway and leave ½ cup milk
between two layers of paper tow- whipped cream or the cobbler in the oven for five 1 tablespoon reduced-fat ⅜ cup sweet butter at room
els until completely dry. coconut sorbet minutes before removing. temperature
sour cream
Divide the arugula evenly Coat an 8-inch square bak- Serve warm with one of the ½ teaspoon vanilla ¾ cup sugar
onto four salad plates. Arrange ing pan with nonstick vegeta- accompaniments, if using. Or ¼ teaspoon lemon zest ¾ cup flour
the peaches and radishes on top. ble spray. Place the peach slices let it cool to room temperature, Optional accompaniment: ¾ teaspoon cinnamon
Place an equal amount of rai- in the pan, overlapping them. cover with plastic wrap, store ¼ teaspoon cardamom
sins and almonds on each plate. Distribute as evenly as possible. at room temperature and serve vanilla ice cream
Sprinkle the feta cheese (if using). Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. the next day. The cobbler tastes Preheat your oven to 350
particularly good the next Cut the peaches in half. degrees.
Drizzle on the lemon juice Remove the crusts from day, once the flavor of peaches Discard the pits. Remove the
and olive oil over each salad. the challah and discard. Cut infuses it. skins and slice the peaches Mix the crumble ingredi-
Serve immediately. the slices into 1-inch squares. thin. Reserve. ents together in a small bowl
If the squares are thick, cut PEACH CRUMBLE | DAIRY with a fork until well combined
PEACH CHALLAH them in half. Arrange the chal- Yield: 12 squares Using a tablespoon of but- and crumbling.
COBBLER | PAREVE OR lah evenly over the top of the ter, coat the bottom and sides
DAIRY peaches. The peaches should The Cake of the baking pan. Sprinkle the crumble on top
Serves six to eight be mostly, but not completely, Equipment: 7-by-11-inch of the peaches.
covered by challah. If not, use In a large mixing bowl,
Nonstick vegetable spray another piece of challah. baking pan, such as a cream ½ cup butter and the Bake for 45 minutes, or until a
2 pounds peaches (about 6 Pyrex pan sugar with an electric mixer, cake tester or a toothpick inserted
Into a mixing bowl, add the until light and fluffy. Add the in the center comes clean.
to 8), peeled, pitted and remaining ingredients, except egg and beat until combined.
sliced thin the optional accompaniments. Cool and serve with vanilla
With a whisk, mix the ingre- In a medium-sized bowl, sift ice cream, if using. Cut into
together the flour, baking pow- squares. l
der and salt.


Torah Portion


Aaron an Inspirational Role Model July 13 8:11 p.m.
July 20 8:07 p.m.

BY RABBI DANIEL LEVITT Torah portion is typically read, ple was by simply being over- meaningful in a personal way. ences to build community.
we will find that the inten- whelmingly kind to everyone The rabbis taught us that the Aaron was a unique unify-
Parshat Matot-Masei tional out of order mentioning he came in contact with — the temple’s destruction, the subse-
THIS WEEK’S TORAH por- of Aaron’s death teaches us an saints, the sinners and every- quent exile of the Jewish people, ing force that the world desper-
tion is the double parshah important lesson. one in between. Everyone who and the fact that we have yet to ately needs today.
of Matot-Masei, which deals experienced his kindness was experience a full redemption
primarily with wars with Pirkei Avot describes Aaron, so inspired by the respect and are all punishment for the sin of While we may not all be
Canaanite nations, the laws saying, “Aaron loved peace and care that he showed them that baseless hatred between people. Aaron, we are all able to learn
associated with warfare and pursued peace; He loved all of after their encounter with the from Aaron and try to emulate
some of the first laws pertain- God’s creations and brought high priest, they would resolve During the month of Av (as him. We can make an effort
ing to the future conquest and them close to the Torah.” Many to be better people and better well as many other fine points to disagree with the people
settlement of the land of Israel. people would argue that they Jews. The people loved Aaron so of Jewish tradition and culture around us without being dis-
It also includes a detailed list love peace and think that peace much that we understand that throughout the year) we are agreeable and we can go out
of all the encampments of the is of primary importance, but we his death was mourned even taught to overcome this most of our way to make an extra
Israelites during their time see that Aaron wasn’t just a man greater than Moses’ death. egregious of sins — the sin of effort to show all people that
wandering in the desert. of words: He was a man of action baseless hatred. we respect them as human
and pursued opportunities to Aaron’s death was supposed beings without qualification.
Almost as an aside, the Torah make peace between people. to have occurred at the begin- Aaron is the perfect role No matter what your belief
mentions the death of Aaron in ning of the Jewish month of Av, model to serve as an antidote is around the Messianic con-
the relevant encampment during Aaron also valued the Torah which happens to have fallen to the sin of hatred between cept and redemption, if we all
its recounting of all the places and Jewish tradition and had out this week. Every year, this individuals as well as within attempted to emulate Aaron
the Israelites camped. Our tra- an overwhelming desire to Torah portion is read right our community. even just a little bit, the world
dition tells us that is not typical bring people close to the Torah, around the same time Aaron’s would be a much better place.
for the Torah to repeat words but in a way that was respect- death occurred so many years Aaron lived a life worthy of
or to elaborate unnecessarily. ful of everyone as creations ago. Similarly, it is no coinci- emulation, he was inspired and Shabbat shalom! l
Therefore, it is curious that the of God. Aaron wasn’t patron- dence that this placement in the inspirational, and he did it in a
Torah recounts the death of izing or triumphalist in his Jewish calendar is related to the way that drew people in rather Rabbi Daniel Levitt is the executive
Aaron here after already elabo- approach. He loved people and month of Av. than alienating. Aaron didn’t director of the Hillel at Temple
rating on this incident earlier in he respected everyone equally. treat people like he was right, University: The Edward H. Rosen
the book of Numbers. Aaron was a man of peace The Jewish tradition com- and they were wrong; he didn’t Center for Jewish Life. The Board
committed to taking action to memorates the destruction of require that he approve of people’s of Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia
When we analyze our tradi- bring about peace and he did it the temple in Jerusalem on the actions or opinions to be respect- is proud to provide the Torah com-
tion’s expositions of aspects of in a way that was not alienating ninth of Av. During the first ful of them as human beings. He mentary for the Jewish Exponent.
Aaron’s personality, the timing to those who knew him. nine days of Av, many Jews have made a point to be respectful of
of his death and the place in a tradition to practice mourn- everyone. He went out of his way
the Jewish calendar when this There is a Midrash that ing customs to make the les- to help people learn to respect
describes one of the ways son of the temple’s destruction each other, get along with one
Aaron would influence peo- another and resolve their differ-


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breast cancer. the values that motivated her area and New Jersey. She sold even closer, she demanded them. I’m incredibly blessed to
During her life, she protested hippie lifestyle remained. the store after 17 years. that we take her to see the have had her for 47 years plus.”
unit and barked orders to us
the Vietnam War, taught special “We’ve kept them our whole She then started a third from a stepstool she perched She is survived by her husband
education and opened Kamikaze life, the fact that there can be career with her husband, on. The only way I can make Steven; her brother Boots and his
Kids, a punk children’s store on good people anywhere, that who was a local business and sense of that experience is that wife, Judy Nissenbaum; her chil-
Fourth and South streets. there can be good in people, to property owner. The two also she chose to live her life as a dren Katy and Jason Friedland,
accept, to love other people,” worked together to rehab mother and was determined to Betsy and Jake Ramage, David
“She wanted to die at home her husband said. “We never houses, including one for her see us settled.” and Davida Krupnick; and her
in her own bed in my arms, got over that. We kept that in son David and his family, which grandchildren Julien, Wyatt,
and I made that promise to her heart. It was never about drugs. she worked on until the end. Because of her breast can- Zoe, Violet, Charlotte, Harrison,
that I would do that,” Steven It was more about an attitude.” cer, she had more than 120 Grayson and Colin.
Krupnick said. “That was a very “I keep trying to make sense rounds of chemotherapy, but
hard promise. I worried about Susan Krupnick started her of someone who would spend always focused on the now, Donations can be made in
her, but I managed to do it.” career as an English and special their last days on Earth work- Steven Krupnick said. Susan Krupnick’s honor to the
education teacher. In 1984, she ing on something as insig- Clarke Schools for Hearing and
She was a “flower child,” changed careers and opened nificant as an art project for “She was perfect,” he said. Speech at
he said. They both were. She Kamikaze Kids, seeing a need children or a home renova- “She was everyone’s mom. … krupnickfund. l
attended Woodstock. Even as for a children’s store in Center tion,” David Krupnick wrote She accepted people for who
they got older, had three chil- City. The store grew to several in a eulogy. “When she could they were and tried to find [email protected];
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locally, in Israel and around the world.

Jewish Federation Completes Emotional and
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The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, together with Jewish Federations
of North America’s National Young Leadership, embarked on the annual, week-
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Philadelphia’s Jewish community. The July 2 to July 8 trip brought the group through-
out Israel to Tel Aviv, the Golan Heights, Masada, the Dead Sea and Jerusalem. The
group visited several of the organizations and programs that Jewish Federation
supports and viewed the many religious, historical and cultural icons that shape the
state of Israel. The trip culminated with a visit to Netivot, Jewish Federation’s part-
ner region that borders the Gaza Strip and is subject to regular attack. While there,
the group participated in a security tour of Sdot Negev, had lunch with members of
Kibbutz Alumim, enjoyed an introduction to the Kaiserman Ethiopian spiritual cen-
ter and visited Netivot’s replica of the Liberty Bell.

Israel360 VIP 2018 at the replica Liberty Bell featured at Philadelphia’s partner region,
Netivot and Sdot Negev

Participants learn from members of Kibbutz Alumim about day-to-day life and the harsh
realities and decisions kibbutz families deal with living in close proximity to the Gaza border.
Back row, from left: Mitch Cooper, Matt Soloff, Jon Stein and Michael Kushner
Front row, from left: Jamie Kringstein, Rachael Polis, Zohar Livne and Josh England

Israel360 VIP 2018 joins together at a Fourth of July barbecue in the Golan Heights. Israel360 VIP 2018 members enjoy a drink overlooking Jerusalem.
Back row, from left: Lindsay Weiner, Lauren Corwin, Liz Vaysman, Ali Sayer, Erika Geer and
Rachael Polis
Front row, from left: Sheri David, Jamie Kringstein, Eden Silverstein, Amanda Shor and
Marla Wexler


Israel360 VIP 2018 has a drone demonstration and education on security measures at Philadelphia’s partner
region of Netivot, which borders the Gaza Strip.

The Philly crew on a biking tour of Jerusalem
From left: Liz Vaysman, Rachael Polis, Rachael Tannen, Shawn O’Connor
and Max Moline

Trip participants enjoy Israeli dancing with the Jewish Agency for From left: Sheri David, Lindsay Weiner and Eden Silverstein pose after applying mineral-rich mud at the
Israel’s Youth Futures children. Dead Sea.

From left: Lindsay Weiner, Sheri David and Eden Silverstein join the children of Sunset over Jerusalem during Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat dinner at Mercaz Shimshon
the Jewish Agency for Israel’s Youth Futures program after painting and dancing.


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at 12:30 p.m. 780 Byberry Road, beverages at noon. 481 S. Gulph Road, Road Temple-Beth Am with an (the separation between the holiness
Bible Study. Philadelphia. King of Prussia. interactive, engaging discussion of of Shabbat and the rest of the week)
A member of Main Line Reform the weekly portion including bagels to cheer us up. Kids ages 2-6 and
Temple’s clergy leads a discussion No Place is Devoid of Him. Shabbat Potluck. and co ee at 9 a.m. followed by their families will explore Havdalah
of the Tanakh, or Jewish bible, at 11 Join Rabbi Abe in learning about Join Side Yard Seedlings for an a peer-led Shabbat service at customs, make spice boxes from
a.m. All congregants are welcome to Chasidic thought, starting at 1 p.m. at evening of fun and friends. The 10:15 a.m. Casual dress is appropriate, garden plants and braided candles
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ESTATE OF RACHAEL PAMELA Notice is hereby given by Barish
ESTATE NOTICES ATTORNEYS! WILLIAMS a/k/a RACHAEL P. WIL- PA, Inc., a Pennsylvania business
ESTATE OF CLINTON T. RUCKER, LIAMS, R.P. WILLIAMS, RACHAEL corporation, that said corporation
Late of East Norton Township AND LEGAL SERVICES AMS, DECEASED. ner prescribed by section 1975 of
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the Late of Philadelphia the Business Corporation Law of
above estate have been granted to WE GUARANTEE LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the 1988, so that its corporate exist-
the undersigned, who requests all THE BEST RATES! above Estate have been granted to ence shall cease upon the filing of
persons having claims or demands the undersigned, who request all Articles of Dissolution in the De-
against the estate of the decedent WE CIRCULATE THROUGHOUT THE persons having claims or demands partment of State of the Common-
to make known the same and all TRI-STATE AREA (PA, NJ, DE) against the estate of the decedent wealth of Pennsylvania.
persons indebted to the decedent to make known the same and all Notice is hereby given by Barish
to make payment without delay to CALL THE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT FOR DETAILS persons indebted to the decedent DC, Inc., a Pennsylvania business
MARLON F. RUCKER, EXECUTRIX, to make payment without delay to corporation, that said corporation
c/o Charles W. Campbell, Esq., 1 215-832-0749 or 215-832-0750 GREGORY G. ALEXANDER, EX- is winding up its affairs in the man-
East Airy St., Norristown, PA 19401 classifi[email protected] ECUTOR, 1608 Walnut St., Ste. ner prescribed by section 1975 of
or to her attorney; 900, Philadelphia, PA 19103, the Business Corporation Law of
Charles W. Campbell, Esquire FAX: 215-832-0785 Or to his Attorney: 1988, so that its corporate exist-
Law Offices of Charles W. Campbell NEAL G. WILEY ence shall cease upon the filing of
ESTATE OF ANGELINA D. Norristown, PA 19401 Estate of Jurij Nicholas Carynnyk ESTATE OF LLOYD PESKIN, DE- ESTATE OF MARIE E. KINZLER, 1608 Walnut St., Ste. 900 partment of State of the Common-
LAURITO, DECEASED. ESTATE OF CRAIG GORDON, DE- aka Jurij Carynnyk; Carynnyk, Jurij CEASED. DECEASED. Philadelphia, PA 19103 wealth of Pennsylvania.
Late of Philadelphia CEASED. Nicholas aka Carynnyk, Jurij late of Late of the Township of Lower Late of Philadelphia Estate of Rosemary Shavit-Weiss Notice is hereby given that Articles
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the Late of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA. Merion, Montgomery County, PA LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the late of Philadelphia, PA. of Incorporation were filed in the
above Estate have been granted to LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the above Estate have been granted to LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the Department of State of The Com-
the undersigned, who request all the above Estate have been gran- the above estate have been gran- above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all above estate have been granted to monwealth of Pennsylvania for A1
persons having claims or demands ted to the undersigned, who re- ted to the undersigned, who re- the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands the undersigned, who request all Locksmith Philadelphia Inc under
against the estate of the decedent quest all persons having claims or quest all persons having claims or persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent persons having claims or demands the provisions of the Pennsylvania
to make known the same and all demands against the estate of the demands against the estate of the against the estate of the decedent to make known the same and all against the estate of the decedent Business Corporation Law of 1988,
persons indebted to the decedent decedent to make known the same decedent to make known the same to make known the same and all persons indebted to the decedent to make known the same and all as amended.
to make payment without delay to and all persons indebted to the de- and all persons indebted to the de- persons indebted to the decedent to make payment without delay to persons indebted to the decedent SACS Realty, Inc. has been incor-
JANET GRAHAM, EXECUTRIX, c/o cedent to make payment without cedent to make payment without to make payment without delay to FREDERICK W. KINZLER, EXECUT- to make payment without delay to porated under the provisions of the
Mark J. Davis, Esq., 644 German- delay to GERALDINE QUEEN, AD- delay to Olga S. Carynnyk, c/o NEIL PESKIN and MELINDA OR, c/o Warren J. Kauffman, Esq., Ivy Shavit, Executrix, c/o Stuart R. Pennsylvania Business Corporation
town Pike, Ste. 2-C, Lafayette Hill, MINISTRATRIX, c/o Warren J. Thomas J. Hornak, Esq., Gold- REESE, EXECUTORS, c/o Rachel 1650 Market St., Ste. 1800, Phil- Lundy, Esq. Lundy Law of 1988.
PA 19444, Kauffman, Esq., 1650 Market St., smith Hark & Hornak, PC, 7716 Fitoussi, Esq., 62 W. Princeton Rd., adelphia, PA 19103, Beldecos&Milby, PC 450 Narberth Shepard’s Chapel Outreach, Inc.
Or to her Attorney: Ste. 1800, Philadelphia, PA 19103, Castor Ave., Philadelphia, PA, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004, Or to his Attorney: Ave., Suite 200, Narberth, PA has been incorporated under the
Mark J. Davis Or to her Attorney: 19152, Administratrix. Or to their Attorney: WARREN J. KAUFFMAN 19072 provisions of the PA Nonprofit Cor-
The Law Office of Michael S. Con- WARREN J. KAUFFMAN Goldsmith Hark & Hornak, PC Rachel Fitoussi WHITE and WILLIAMS LLP Lundy Beldecos& Milby, PC poration Law of 1988.
nor WHITE and WILLIAMS LLP 7716 Castor Ave. 62 W. Princeton Rd. 1650 Market St., Ste. 1800 450 N. Narberth Ave. Daniel J. Tann, Esquire
644 Germantown Pike, Ste. 2-C 1650 Market St., Ste. 1800 Philadelphia, PA 19152 Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Suite 200 100 South Broad Street
Lafayette Hill, PA 19444 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Estate of LAURA M. SERGE, De- ESTATE OF LUCILLE GLENDORA ESTATE of Philip A. Vishabazoon Narberth, PA 19072 Suite 1355
ETTE, DECEASED. a/k/a FRANCES N. BALLARD, DE- Late of Philadelphia County Letters Testamentary on the above Late of Philadelphia County Late of Philadelphia
Late of Philadelphia CEASED. LETTERS TESTAMENTARY estate having been granted to the Notice is hereby given that, in the LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the ENTERTAINMENT
LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on Late of Philadelphia On the above estate have been undersigned, all persons indebted estate of the decedent set forth be- above Estate have been granted to
the above Estate have been gran- LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the granted to the undersigned, who to the estate are requested to make low, the Register of Wills has gran- the undersigned, who request all PIANO JAZZ LEGEND
ted to the undersigned, who re- above Estate have been granted to bequest all persons having claims payment, and those having claims ted letters testamentary to the per- persons having claims or demands ALAN D. WOLF
quest all persons having claims or the undersigned, who request all or demands against the estate of to present same without delay, to son named. All persons having against the estate of the decedent
demands against the estate of the persons having claims or demands the decedent to make known the Cheryl Reaves. claims against said estate are re- to make known the same and all Cocktails, Weddings. Volunteer
decedent to make known the same against the estate of the decedent same, and all persons indebted to Andrew Reitz quested to make known the same persons indebted to the decedent pianist Lankenau 215-920-0929
and all persons indebted to the de- to make known the same and all the decedent to make payment Executrix to them or their attorneys and all to make payment without delay to
cedent to make payment without persons indebted to the decedent without delay, to LISA CIARROC- c/o Albert G. Weiss, Esquire persons indebted to said decedent JESSICA D. PRINCE, EXECUTRIX, PRINTING
delay to CARLOT NOISETTE and to make payment without delay to CHI, Executrix, or to their attorney: Binder & Weiss, P.C. are requested to make payment c/o Gary Stewart Seflin, Atty.
ORS, c/o Amy H. Besser, Esq., c/o David V. Bogdan, Esq., 100 S. 1617 JFK Blvd. Suite 1401 ecutrix, c/o Diane H. Yazujian, Es- 30 West Third Street CALLIGRAPHY
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AMY H. BESSER DAVID V. BOGDAN DECEASED. Late of Philadelphia P.O Box 1099 Late of Philadelphia
THE LAW OFFICES OF PETER L. 100 S. Broad St., Ste. 1520 Late of Philadelphia LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the North Wales, PA 19454 LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on STATEWIDE ADS
KLENK & ASSOCIATES Philadelphia, PA 19110 LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on above Estate have been granted to ESTATE OF PHYLLIS SPECTOR, the above Estate have been gran- Wanted to Buy or Trade:
1701 Walnut St., 6th Fl. the above Estate have been gran- the undersigned, who request all DECEASED. ted to the undersigned, who re- FREON R12 WANTED: CERTIFIED
Philadelphia, PA 19103 To place an ted to the undersigned, who re- persons having claims or demands Late of Philadelphia quest all persons having claims or BUYER will PAY CA$H for R12 cyl-
ESTATE OF CARL W. NORDEN, ad in the quest all persons having claims or against the estate of the decedent LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the demands against the estate of the inders or cases of cans. (312) 291-
a/k/a DR. CARL W. NORDEN, DE- Real Estate demands against the estate of the to make known the same and all above Estate have been granted to decedent to make known the same 9169;
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the undersigned, who request all ISTRATOR, 2047 Locust St., Phil- St., 6th Fl., Philadelphia, PA 19103, persons indebted to the decedent St., One Liberty Place, Ste. 1800, ∙ Commissions Paid Daily ∙ Agency
persons having claims or demands adelphia, PA 19103, Or to his Attorney: to make payment without delay to Philadelphia, PA 19103-7395, Training ∙ Life License Required.
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and Phylis Cohen, 75, of Gahanna, Ohio, formerly Judith Eckstein (Cunningham) passed away Susan Ellen Krupnick (Nissenbaum) was
of Oak Park, Michigan passed away on June peacefully in her sleep on June 28th at Ne- born on March 26, 1950 in Penn Wynne, PA.
SHENBERG 28th, 2018. Beloved mother to Tracy (Peter) shaminy Manor Nursing Home. She was a Susie lived a charmed childhood, traveling
Funeral Chapels, Inc. Spain of Lower Gwynedd, Pennsylvania, Evan proud spiritual woman, who enjoyed the the world with her parents, Charlotte and
(Laurel) of Gilbert, Arizona and Steven (Caro- company of friends and family. Judy relished Nate Nissenbaum, and her brother, Ronald
WE MAKE THINGS EASIER lyn) of West Bloomfield, Michigan. Gan-Gan in hearing and telling the stories, accolades, “Boots” Nissenbaum. She met lifelong
...WE COME TO YOU to her eight grandchildren, Zachary, Jake, and meshugas of her children, grandchildren, friends at Penn Valley Elementary, Welsh Val-
Jordyn, Daniel, Maxine, Alec, Drew, and Carly nieces and nephews. Her greatest enjoy- ley Jr. High and Harriton High School. Susie
Funeral Arrangements & Monuments and her two great-grandchildren, Emmalin ments were the company of friends and fam- then attended American University, where
and Cohen. Phylis was the beloved wife of ily and the practice of Judaism. Beloved she studied English literature and immersed
215-329-2900 the late Robert Cohen. Philly and Bob will al- mother of Adam (Cori) Eckstein, sister Shel- herself in the hippie lifestyle of the 1960s.
ways be with us in our hearts. Contributions ley Walsh (Frank), grandmother of Aiden and She participated in Woodstock, protested
Howard D. Shenberg may be made in Phylis’s memory to the Ruby Eckstein, aunt of Cheryl and Brian and against the Vietnam War, and honed her
Supervisor American Cancer Society or to the Abramson great aunt to four great nieces. In Lieu of lifelong commitment to healthy eating. In the
Center for Jewish Life. flowers, contributions in her memory may be spring of 1969 she met Steven Krupnick, the made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Soci- man who would become the love of her life,
COHEN ety, 30 S. 17th Street, Suite 800, Phila. PA on a park bench in the American University
SSoollvving Elder Caree LLaawwIIssssuueess 19103. Quad. It was love at first sight and they in-
wwiitth Respect and CCoommppaassssiioonn Robert Cohen on June 30, 2018. Husband of stantly became inseparable soulmates. Susie
(856)(86516-)2691263-29| 23(2|1(52)1554)65-4568-050800 the late Beverly (nee Pollack). Father of Fred GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S graduated from college early so she could
(Marla) Cohen and Hal (Brenda) Cohen. RAPHAEL-SACKS marry Steve on January 22, 1971. From that
ROTHKOFFLAAWW..CCOOMM Grandfather of Jen, Emily (Jason) and Bryan. moment on, Steve and Susie spent the next
Contributions in his memory may be made to EPSTEIN 47 years together, building a life filled with
CCHHEERRRRYYTTHHRRIIEELLLLVVOO|| TTSSUUEERR||NNPPEEHHRRIILLSSAAVVDDIILELELLLLEEPPH|H|HIHIAAAAMMILILTTOONN Paul’s Run Retirement Community, joy. They raised their three children Katy David G. Epstein July 3, 2018 of Phila., PA. (Friedland), Betsy (Ramage), and David in the
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GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S (nee Winneker); loving father of Robert Ep- taking advantage of all that the city had to of-
32 JULY 12, 2018 RAPHAEL-SACKS stein and the late Charles (Judith) Epstein; fer. Susie began her career as a English
cherished grandfather of Sunni (Erica) Ep- teacher and later earned a Masters in Special
COHEN stein; dear brother of Bernard Epstein, the Education. As a young mom, she taught spe-
late Isabel Epstein Schecter and the late Le- cial ed preschoolers and ran parenting
Sylvia Cohen, on June 27, 2018, she resided onard (Lana) Epstein. Relatives and friends groups, determined to balance a career and
in Delray Beach, FL. The former Sylvia were invited to services Sunday, July 8, motherhood. In 1984, never afraid of
Olevsky, wife of the late Ronald Cohen, 2018, 10:30 am at Joseph Levine & Sons change, Susie started a new career path as
mother of Beth (Scott) Saline, Dr. Michael 4737 Street Rd., Trevose, PA. Int. Montefiore the co-owner and operator of a punk chil-
(Katy) Cohen and Neal (Rochelle) Cohen. Cemetery. Contributions in his memory may dren’s store called Kamikaze Kids. The store
Grandmother of Maxwell, Sophie, Lauren, be made to the Alzheimer’s Association was situated in the heart of the countercul-
Rachael and Jonathan. Contributions in her ture scene of South Street and she loved be-
memory may be made to Pancreatic Cancer ing part of the creative community surround-
Research, 415 Crossways Park Drive, Suite JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS ing her storefront. Soon Kamikaze Kids be-
D, Woodbury, New York 11797 www.lust- came the gold standard for hip children’s KAPLAN wear throughout the Philadelphia region,
growing to include additional stores in
GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S Hyman Kaplan, Age 81 Of Philadelphia. De- Manayunk, Suburban Square, Newtown
RAPHAEL-SACKS voted husband of Judi Goldberg Kaplan (nee Square, and Marlton, NJ. Susie was a “work-
Levy); Beloved father of Lewis (Maureen) Ka- er bee” to her core, and after 17 years as a
A Community plan, Steven Kaplan, Julie Kaplan, Staci store owner, she decided to work with her
Remembers (Howard Cove) Levick-Cove & Abbi (Noam husband Steve, a local business and prop-
Roizman) Stempler. Adoring grandfather of erty owner, relishing in her ability to take
Monthly archives of Aiden, Kayla & Killian Kaplan, Hannah Stem- "teammate" to a whole new level. Susie was
Jewish Exponent Death Notices pler & Jeremy Levick. Hy influenced thou- enthusiastic about everything. Being active
sands of medical students through work as a made her feel alive and her positive energy
are available online. standardized patient at Jefferson & Drexel and love of life was contagious to everyone
Medical Schools. He also authored two who knew her. But despite having a robust books, “Paradise Denied” & “Saving a Teen- work life and a gigantic circle of friends, the
ager’s Life”. Hy’s family will hold services at leading roles in Susie’s story were always
Honor the a later date. In lieu of flowers donations may played by her family members. A devoted
memory be made to Beiteinu Synagogue P.O. Box wife and mother, Susie put her family first
of your 231 Haverford, Pa 19041. and never missed a school play, sporting
event, or late-night talk. She adored her nine
loved DELAWARE VALLEY CREMATION CENTER grandchildren and jumped at any opportunity
one … to do a puzzle or craft project with them.
To place a Memorial Ad Susie considered the beaches of Longport,
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throughout the summer. Nothing brought her
TO PLACE YOUR more pleasure than walking with Steve along
YAHRTZEIT AD. the beach, hand in hand. Susie died on
Thursday, June 28th after an eight year battle
[email protected] with breast cancer. She is survived by her husband Steve; her brother Boots and his
wife, Judy Nissenbaum; her children Katy and
Jason Friedland, Betsy and Jake Ramage,
David and Davida Krupnick; and her grand-
children Julien, Wyatt, Zoe, Violet, Charlotte,
Harrison, Grayson, and Colin. In lieu of
flowers, donations can be made in Susie’s
honor to the Clarke Schools for Hearing and
Speech, an organization that she loved for the
support it gave her grandsons. Funer-
al Services were Sunday July 1st at Congrega-
tion Rodeph Shalom, 615 N. Broad Street,
Phila., PA 19123.



Community / deaths

DEATH NOTICES DEATH NOTICES American Friends of the Hebrew University
and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
REISMAN SOBEL Mourn the Passing of

Lillian Reisman (nee Pullman) on June 28, Joseph I. Sobel Col., USAR (Ret.), July 2, - D. Walter Cohen -
2018. Beloved wife of the late Milton. A 2018, of Voorhees, NJ. Husband of Marjorie
member of the Pullman family which owned G. Sobel. Father of Mark, (Janine, MD) Sobel, We are deeply saddened by the passing of D. Walter Cohen DDS, a leader in the field of
Pullman’s Fruit & Produce on Chew Street in MD and Edward (Donna) Sobel. Brother of dental medicine and staunch supporter of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. An alumnus of
Germantown. Survived by many loving the late Sidney Skir. Grandfather of Megan
nieces and nephews, great nieces and great (Brian) Yellin, Rebecca (Joshua) Levinson, the University of Pennsylvania, D. Walter Cohen had a distinguished 35-year career at U.
nephews. Contributions in her memory may Isabella Sobel and Zachary Sobel. Great- Penn, establishing the first department of periodontics and becoming Dean of the School of
be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. grandfather of Eliana. Joseph was a graduate Dental Medicine. He also was Chancellor Emeritus of Drexel University College of Medicine.
of Norwich University in 1952 – Regular A humanitarian and advocate on behalf of Israel, Dr. Cohen was honored by AFHU and
GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S Army Commission. He served 6 years on act- the Hebrew University in 2006, receiving the Etz Shalom, “Tree of Peace,” Award. The
RAPHAEL-SACKS ive duty, 24 years with the active Army Re-
serves, and was an instructor with the Army D. Walter Cohen Middle East Center for Dental Education was established at the Hebrew
SAMSON Command and General Staff College. He was University to foster dental education and cooperation between Hebrew University and Al
President of the South Jersey Chapter of Quds University in East Jerusalem, to develop local programs in oral health and promote joint
Anna L. Samson (nee Klosky) on June 30, Charter Life Underwriters, and was the research between Israeli researchers and colleagues from neighboring countries. In honor
2018 at the age of 82. Beloved wife of Stan- founder and officer of the National Brokerage of Dr. Cohen and his wife Betty (z”l), the D. Walter Cohen and Betty A. Cohen Professor
ley Samson. Daughter of the late Alexander Assoc. Interment Locustwood Memorial
and Minnie (nee Saidler) Klosky. Graveside Park, Cherry Hill, NJ. Contributions in his and Chair in Periodontal Research was dedicated at the Hebrew University.
services were held at Roosevelt Memorial memory can be made to the Jewish Federa- We extend our sympathies to his devoted partner Claire Reichlin, to Dr. Cohen’s children, Jane
Park. tion of Southern NJ or to Temple Emanuel E. Millner (Martin), Amy Cohen and Dr. Joanne Cohen Katz (Dr. Aaron), and the entire family.
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S May they be comforted among the mourners of Zion.
RAPHAEL-SACKS ��� ������ ���������� �� ���������
SAPERSTEIN Professor Asher Cohen
UDIS President
Michael Andrew Saperstein, 40, of Ewing
passed away on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Thelma Udis (nee Waldman) on July 2, 2018. �������� ������� �� ��� ������ ����������
Throughout his career, Michael worked as a Wife of the late Edward. Mother of Harlan
marketing professional for companies such Udis. An artist and sculptor, Thelma re- Marc O. Mayer
as Miele, Brother International, Abbot Point ceived a Bachelor’s Degree from Temple Uni- President
of Care and SpectraMedix. He was a proud versity in both teaching and the arts, a Mas-
graduate of The College of New Jersey, ter’s Degree of Fine Arts from Moore College Beth Asnien McCoy
alumni board member, and served as a judge of Arts, and a Doctorate of Religion from National Executive Director
for TCNJ School of Business Mayo Business Temple University. She worked as a fine lace
Plan Competition. Michael was passionate designer for Cable Covers for 20 years, and Herbert Sachs
about causes such as Stupid Cancer, volunteered for Dollars for Scholars for Ha- Chair, Philadelphia Advisory Committee
Livestrong Foundation, and The National dassah for 37 years, receiving a special
Brain Tumor Society. He was also an avid award for her work. Funeral Services were Seth Bloom
traveler, lifelong bowler, and member of the held Monday at Montefiore Cemetery, Jenkin- Philadelphia Director
PBA. Michael is survived by his beloved town, PA. Contributions in her memory may
“Honey” and wife-to-be Jessica Leigh Foltz, be made to Hadassah, 1518 Walnut St., 4th Fl, What’s going on in
Philadelphia, PA; devoted parents, Linda Wolf Phila., Pa., 19102. Jewish Philadephia?
Saperstein and Harvey Saperstein, Ocean
Twp.; sister and brother-in-law Laura and GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S Submit an event or browse our online calendar to
Erich Kaiser, Ocean Twp.; niece and nephew RAPHAEL-SACKS find out what’s happening at local synagogues,
Audrey and David; as well as several aunts, community organizations and venues!
uncles, and cousins. Services were held on WEISSMAN
Friday at 9:30AM at Bloomfield-Cooper Jew- [email protected]
ish Chapel, Ocean Twp., NJ. Interment will Betty Weissman (nee Taylor) on June 30,
follow at Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Iselin, NJ. 2018. Beloved wife of David Weissman, his
For more information, or to post a tribute on- “Woman of Valor”. Devoted mother of Ju-
line, please visit www.bloomfield- dith Weiner (David), and Nancy Weissman Donations in Michael’s (Edward “Ned” Wolff). Loving grandmother
memory may be made to the Joshua Harr of Tamara Galinsky (Licia), Kate Wolff, and
Shane Foundation Gregory Wolff (Katharine). Loving great
or Stupid Cancer grandmother of Tova Zurn-Galinsky, Milo
Zurn-Galinsky, Zora Galinsky, Shane Sudia,
BLOOMFIELD-COOPER JEWISH CHAPELS and Asa Wolff. Contributions in her memory
may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association,
SHANDLER The Sierra Club, or any charity of the donor’s
Philip Shandler June 23, 2018, of Hollywood
FL, Chevy Chase, MD and Media, PA.; Hus- GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S
band of the late Gail (nee Shilling); Father of RAPHAEL-SACKS
Rachel Black (Andrew) and Marc Shandler
(Dany); Brother of Annette Levitt (Morton); WEXLER
Grandfather of Hanan, Sam, Dan, Gavi, Mi-
kaila, Neshama and Doniyel. Philip was a Paul P. Wexler of Pompano Beach, Florida
Journalist and a Lay Cantor in Easton, MD passed away peacefully at Hospiice By The
and on cruise ships. Services were held June Sea in Boca Raton on June 24, 2018 at the
25th. Contributions in his memory may be age of 95. Husband of the late Phyllis (Alex-
made to the Alzheimer’s Association ander);father of Mitchell (Susan), Larry (Lu-
Delaware Valley region. cia), and Amy Kaminski (Frank). Adoring
grandfather of Ari (Dara), Alycia Zenstein
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS (Kevin), Aaron and Joy Wexler, and Ryan
Goldberg. Proud great grandpop of
Gavin,Kaleb, Aiden, and Jake. Contributions
in his memory may be made to the charity of
the donor's choice.





Community / mazel tovs


MANN-HOROWITZ The Pennsylvania Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession presented Judge
Anne E. Lazarus of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania with the 2018 Anne X. Alpern Award.
Karen and Michael Mann The annual award honors a female lawyer or judge who demonstrates excellence in the legal
of Maple Glen, and David profession and makes a significant impact on women in law.
and June Horowitz of
Mattapoisett, Mass., Anne E. Lazarus is a judge on the
announce the engagement Superior Court of Pennsylvania
of their children, Jeffrey
Philip Mann and Rachel
Andrews Horowitz.
Jeffrey graduated
magna cum laude from
Washington University in
St. Louis with a Bachelor of
Science degree in business
administration from the
Olin School of Business. Jeffrey is the finance manager of Boyds
Philadelphia. Rachel graduated magna cum laude from the hon-
ors program at Boston College with a Bachelor of Science degree
and from Jefferson Medical College with her Doctor of Medicine
degree. Rachel is a second-year OB/GYN resident at Lankenau
Medical Center.
Jeffrey is the grandson of Linda and the late Norman Zelnick
and Hillard and the late Sandra Mann. Rachel is the grand-
daughter of the late William and Margaret Andrews and the late
Milton and Cecilla Horowitz.
Sharing in their happiness are Jeffrey’s sister, Michele Mann,
and Rachel’s siblings, Sarah and David Lewis and Emily and
Jonathan Buck.



Aimee (née Cohen) and Michael Zanan of Fort Washington
announce the birth of their son, Maxwell Barry (Baruch), on
May 31.

Sharing in their happiness are grandparents Abby Cohen of
Bensalem and Bill and Jill Zanan of Huntingdon Valley, as well
as Maxwell’s many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Maxwell is named in loving memory of his maternal grand-
father, Barry Cohen, and paternal great-grandfather, Bernard

From left: Beth Grossman, Jennifer Coatsworth, Maria McLaughlin, Susan Gantman, Anne E. Lazarus and
Mary Doherty



URJ Camp Harlam held a golf and tennis outing on May 15 at On June 26, the Zionist Organization of America’s (ZOA) Greater Philadelphia Chapter pre-
Philmont Country Club in Huntingdon Valley as part of the sented “An Evening With Frank Luntz,” featuring the pollster, public opinion expert and TV
camp’s 60th aniversary celebration. personality for a presentation on “American Public Opinion About Israel: What Forms It and
What Can Pro-Israel Advocates Do to Improve It.” Nearly 200 people attended the event at the
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.

From left: Gene Shusman, chair-
man of the board of ZOA Greater
Philadelphia Chapter; ZOA member
Malka Kantor-Rapkin; guest
speaker Frank Luntz; and Howard
Katzoff, Greater Philadelphia ZOA
board member and ZOA’s national
deputy executive director

From left: [email protected] Planning Committee members Julie Weitzman, From left: Steve Feldman, ZOA
Ali Reich, Mimi Prushan and Ruth Gluck Greater Philadelphia Chapter
executive director; ZOA National
From left: Assistant Director Rachel Steinberg, [email protected] Chair President Morton Klein; guest
Rosanne Selfon, Assistant Director Alyssa Kress and Director Lisa David speaker Frank Luntz; and Greater
Philadelphia ZOA Co-President
Lee Bender

URJ Camp Harlam held a
dedication ceremony for its
Martin & Estelle Rozenberg
Welcome Center on June
24. The event honored the
Rozenbergs for the impact
and dedication they had
on the Reform movement
and the establishment of

From left: Karen (Rozenberg)
Berman, Estelle Rozenberg,
Doug Berman, Sandy
Rozenberg, Rabbi Martin
Rozenberg and Executive
Director Aaron Selkow

At the Technology Student Association 2018 National TEAMS
Competition, Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy’s 11th and 12th
grade team finished fourth in the problem-solving category and
eighth in the prepared presentation category. The competition took
place in Atlanta from June 22-26.

From left: Matityahu Zeff of Philadelphia, Adin Solomon of Wynnewood,
Jacob Parish of Wynnewood, Ezra Beaubien of Bryn Mawr, Max Weinstein of
Merion Station, Michael Grant Warshowsky of Wynnewood, Elana Kopelman
of Gladwyne and Ariadne Miller of Philadelphia

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