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Jewish Exponent August 13, 2020

Jewish Exponent August 13, 2020

AUGUST 13, 2020 / 23 AV 5780
The film adaptation of “The Painted Bird”
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OF NOTE Jewish
Tackle Hate,
Survivor Gunter Racism
Hauer Dies at 101
Berlin native a SOPHIE PANZER | JE STAFF
witness to rise of
Adolf Hitler. CHARMAINE IJEOMA THINKS the Rabbi Akiva Pollack and his son Yehuda track steps for Walk to Israel. Courtesy of Rabbi Akiva Pollack
United States needs a racial reckoning
Page 4 similar to the Truth and Reconciliation Russian American Jews in
Commissions, the restorative justice Philadelphia Join Global
LOCAL bodies that helped South African society Walk to Israel
move forward in the a ermath of
Congregation apartheid. SOPHIE PANZER | JE STAFF First, it would help Jewish organiza-
Mikveh Israel tions raise money in a time of economic
Vandalized “We need to talk about it because you’ll WHEN THE PANDEMIC made travel crisis. Second, it would help people get
Anti-Semitic sign hear some people say, ‘Well, that happened to Israel impossible for many Jewish active while many gyms remained closed
found on grounds. a long time ago.’ And I would say to them, organizations, sta at the international due to coronavirus restrictions.
‘History is sitting right in the room with Jewish network Olami decided to create a
Page 5 us. History is in our heads. History is all fundraiser that met three essential criteria. ird, it would foster a sense of Jewish
around us,’” she said. community and get people “thinking and
Ijeoma, a Black Jewish certi ed veterans
Survivor Manya service o cer and Old York Road Temple-
Perel Dies at 97 Beth Am member, spoke during a panel
Perel spoke often discussion on race and diversity on Aug.
about her 5 organized by Kehillah of Old York Road
experiences. and Rabbi David Glanzberg-Kranin and
Rabbi Andrea Merow of Beth Shalom
Page 6 Congregation in Elkins Park. More than
200 viewers joined the virtual event.
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Holocaust Survivor Gunter Hauer Dies at 101

OBITUARY studio and introduced himself. Gunter Hauer Gunter Hauer at his 100th birthday party Courtesy of Steve Korsin
ANDY GOTLIEB | JE MANAGING EDITOR Hauer was born in Berlin in Courtesy of Holocaust Awareness
Museum and Education Center position with Atlantic Records, doing was a big deal, but we all
HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR 1919 and experienced Hitler’s spending the rest of his career thought it was a big deal,” said
Gunter Hauer — who watched rise to power. Eventually, he to natural causes, but met his there and rubbing elbows with Beth Razin, senior manager,
Adolf Hitler leave the 1936 couldn’t sit in a public park wife, Helen, when he gave up celebrities such as Dick Clark. community engagement for the
Olympics to avoid presenting or go to the movies. He was his seat to her on a crowded Jewish Federation of Greater
Black U.S. track star Jesse drafted into the German army trolley while returning from Ostoyich recounts Clark Philadelphia, who often heard
Owens with a gold medal for in 1936, but rejected because of his father’s funeral. calling Hauer to get Bobby Hauer speak.
the long jump — died Aug. 2. his Jewish heritage; ironically, Darin to appear on “American
He was 101. his father received an Iron After the war, Hauer and Bandstand.” Hauer also Steve Korsin, who served as
Cross for bravery in World his wife moved to Oakland, promoted records, including a driver and facilitator during
“He saw things and did War I. California, then Cincinnati, Darin’s famous “Mack the Hauer’s appearances, said Hauer
things that were quite different Ohio, where he got a job as a Knife.” Other acts he promoted related well with school children.
than the other survivors,” said Hauer’s family managed shipper for King Records. That included Aretha Franklin, The
Chuck Feldman, president to leave Berlin in 1939 — one led to a move to New York Spinners and Crosby, Stills & “He knew how, I guess,
of the Holocaust Awareness day before the start of World as a branch manager for that Nash. because he was a salesman,”
Museum and Education War II — sailing to Shanghai, company and finally, in the late Korsin said. Students sat spell-
Center, for whom Hauer often China, where he spent the 1940s to Philadelphia to work “I had an ear!” Hauer told bound during his talks.
spoke. war with 18,000 to 20,000 for Gotham Records distribu- Ostoyich.
Jewish refugees, according to tion company. “He would speak without
Hauer would tell his Valparaiso University Professor Daughter Gail Levin remem- notes. It was all within his
audiences that there weren’t Kevin Ostoyich, who inter- He eventually landed a bered her father bringing her head,” Korsin said. “He would
enough hotel rooms in Berlin for viewed Hauer on three separate sales and promotion executive unreleased records. begin, ‘You are not going to
the Olympics, so families in the occasions for “Pennsylvania hear a horror story from me,’”
city were asked to help provide History: A Journal of Mid- “He would could home and then compare and contrast
lodging. A Black woman — the Atlantic Studies.” say, ‘Here, play this. This will life in Berlin before and after
first Black person he had ever be a hit in a couple weeks,’” she Hitler took power.
seen — associated with one of “He has a real wit and he said.
the teams stayed with the family didn’t take himself seriously,” For Hauer’s 100th birthday,
and gave Hauer her ticket for the Ostoyich said. “It was clear that The family received record he received citations from
Aug. 4 Olympic events. if someone took themselves deliveries on a regular basis — several local officials, as U.S.
too serious and put on airs, he so many that the family gave Rep. Brendan Boyle, state Sen.
Feldman noted that Owens wasn’t having it.” them out on Halloween instead Christine Tartaglione, state Rep.
and Hauer met years later. of candy. Jared Solomon and Philadelphia
Hauer was in Chicago for a Ostoyich said the occupying City Councilwoman Cherelle
convention in the 1970s and Japanese forced Hauer in 1943 Hauer also was a passionate Parker honored him at the
heard Owens was doing a radio into a restricted zone known as Philadelphia Eagles fan, Philadelphia Protestant Home,
show. He went to the nearby the Designated Area until the Ostoyich said. where he moved upon his
war’s end. wife’s death.
“A lot of that had to do
There he lost his parents with not having a home,” he Hauer is survived by two
said, adding that after having sons, Frankie and David,
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Congregation Learning the Difference
Mikveh Israel Between Letting Go and
Vandalized Giving Up on Your Dementia
Caregiving Journey
LOCAL Goodman, regional director of
JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF the Anti-Defamation League A Free Zoom Webinar Education Event
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AN EMPLOYEE OF ment. “Last year, ADL tallied Tuesday, August 18, 2020
Congregation Mikveh Israel the most anti-Semitic incidents
found anti-Semitic messages ever recorded nationwide, and 3:00 pm
written onto a sign posted Pennsylvania experienced the
outside the synagogue on July second-highest level of anti- Featuring Guest Speaker Teepa Snow,
31 and notified the Philadelphia Semitic activity ever measured in MS, OTR/L, FAOTA
Police Department, which is the Commonwealth. Anti-Jewish
investigating the incident. hate is on the march in the Founder, Positive Approach to Care
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Hitler” and a swastika were tions must remain vigilant. We This session is designed to help caregivers and family
added to a sign directing congre- are grateful to the Philadelphia members develop the knowledge and skills they will need
gants and other neighborhood Police Department for their to be effective and ‘on target’ when providing help to
residents to refrain from feeding swift and serious response to this someone living with some form of dementia. Emphasis will
the animals in the synagogue’s incident. Their response sends a be on providing attendees with strategies and techniques
small grove of trees. message that anti-Semitic hate that are effective in responding to typical symptoms
and behaviors of people with dementia as the disease
That hatred is many-faceted, in many ways. progresses. The session will also focus on how to learn
Anti-Jewish, anti-Black, anti-white, anti- to recognize and accept the changes that are part of this
whatever it is. Anti-somebody else. That’s hatred.” disease’s progression without losing control, giving up on
the person or on care provision, or becoming overwhelmed.
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“There is still, unfortunately, crimes will not be tolerated in this webinar by visiting:
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leads Mikveh Israel. “And that According to Gabbai and
hatred is many-faceted, in many Mikveh Israel Executive Director Questions? E-mail:
ways. Anti-Jewish, anti-Black, Shayna Golda, the synagogue [email protected]
anti-white, anti-whatever has long maintained strong ties
it is. Anti-somebody else. with its Old City neighbors. Last Memory Care Community
That’s hatred.” summer, when the synagogue
experienced a power outage, 7/21/20 10:12 AM
Disappointing as the sign the neighboring Wyndham
was to find, Gabbai said, it was Philadelphia Historic District AUGUST 13, 2020 5
not particularly surprising. hotel hosted congregants for
services. And the synagogue
After contacting 6th maintains close relations with
District police, Gabbai and the the nearby American Bible
synagogue leaders informed Society and other neighboring
congregants of the occurrence religious institutions.
via email. The case was referred
to the Central Detective Even though the synagogue
Division. As of Aug. 6, there does have its own security
was no information available service, 24-hour cameras and
regarding a suspect. regular police patrols, people
who live and work in the area
“We are saddened, but sadly frequently make use of the
not surprised, by the despi- wooded area for a sunny lunch.
cable anti-Semitic vandalism
that occurred at Congregation See Vandalized, Page 18
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Holocaust Survivor Manya Perel Dies at 97

OBITUARY Perel was born Manya Manya Perel (center, along with one sister to meet up they decided on Philadelphia.
JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF Frydman, the youngest of 10 in pink) with her family with an aunt who moved there In 1958, Manya — now Perel,
children born to a pair of bakers before the war. A er some red having married Rafael Perel
THEY WROTE A BOOK named Abram and Hannah in Courtesy of the tape barred her and her sister — settled with her children,
about Manya Perel, a Holocaust Radom, Poland, a small city Perel-Wagman family from going to Buenos Aires, Marvin and Sylvia, near
survivor turned educator and about 60 miles south of Warsaw. Argentina, where one of their Magee and Algon streets, in
activist who died on July 29 at Growing up, she went to school make a stable, comfortable life brothers had moved in 1933, Oxford Circle.
the age of 97. Plays, too, and with non-Jewish Poles, attended for herself.
movies, written and shot by Zionist meetings and generally
students at Temple University, navigated her town without an She reunited with two of her
Stockton University and Rowan acute fear of anti-Semitism. She sisters in a displaced persons
University. was 15 when the war broke out camp in Stuttgart, Germany,
and was soon shuttled into a where she spent three years
Not that Perel needed any ghetto, along with most of her before traveling to Montreal
help telling her story: Over family.
the course of almost ve
decades, she described her In the next few years, she’d
experience in the Holocaust survive Treblinka, Majdanek,
to thousands of students, Płaszów and Auschwitz, among
Jewish and non-Jewish, and other concentration camps. Both
made a recording of almost of her parents died in the camps,
two hours with the Gratz along with ve of her siblings. She
College Holocaust Oral witnessed horrors everywhere she
History Archive. went, but at the end of the war,
she was alive and determined to

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Her favorite joke, deployed being an American — a sense
whenever anyone asked her of safety and stability, for
where she was from, was to herself and her children.
“She just wanted a normal life. And she got it. She just wanted to be smile and say, “Oh, can’t you “She just wanted a normal
human again.” hear I’m from Alabama?” life. And she got it,” Marvin
“She thought she was Perel said. “She just wanted to
MARVIN PEREL funny,” granddaughter, Rina be human again.”

Wagman said. She certainly Perel is survived by her
made her family laugh; Perel children, Marvin (Lois)
chafed at the idea that she Perel and Sylvia (Mark) Perel
Always the talker, Perel organization supporting a Philadelphia sports teams that would move into an elder care Wagman, ve grandchildren
began to speak more openly hospital in Nahariya. her children and grandchildren facility for the simple reason and two great-grandchildren. ●
about what she had experi- It was not all seriousness, all adored, her Polish-in ected that there were too many old
enced. But it was not until the the time for Perel. She tried hard pronunciation of “Eric Lindros” people there.
[email protected];
early 1970s that she began to to become conversant in the standing out. Her accent was More than anything, Perel 215-832-0740
give public addresses on the
matter, repeatedly recounting
her story for students. To
Perel’s children, it did not
seem burdensome to her to
describe what she had seen;
in fact, it was a source of
Beth Razin saw that, too.
Razin, the senior manager of
community engagement at the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Philadelphia, recalled Perel
signing up for long car rides
to West Chester well into her
90s so that just a few more
people would know what had wetnaroeostabyuislttop
happened to her.

“She saw this as her calling,”
Razin said.

Speaking to Jewish children
and non-Jewish children, Perel
told her story with vigor each
time she took the podium.
Over the years, she became
well-known to the Archdiocese
of Philadelphia, according to
son Marvin Perel, and they
frequently asked her to speak
to students.
Perel devoted signifi- There are many pages in a long, rich life.

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Family Law Gets Complicated in a Crisis

LOCAL family law a lot more complicated. Shana Weiner, founder of Dinah, speaks at a Women of Vision parlor meeting in 2019. Photo by Iris Leon
SOPHIE PANZER | JE STAFF “Nothing was open for
conferences that used to be done Taylor, P.C. ordered courts to close to the
STEPHANIE WINEGRAD months,” said David Ladov, in person often being done by Many of the county courts public on March 18, but each
has gotten a lot of calls about partner and chair of the Family appointment on the telephone,” county court is allowed to deter-
divorce during the pandemic. Law Department at Obermayer said Cynthia Weiss Stein, are now in the reopening process mine its own reopening schedule.
Rebmann. partner at Shemtob Draganosky after spring shutdowns. The
“Generally, I found there Pennsylvania Supreme Court “The logistics are very
was an increase in people who The instability of the
wanted to get divorced and economic and public health
also people who were in the crises also has made clients
middle of divorce who said, ‘I hesitant to act.
want this done. I want it over,’”
said Winegrad, a partner at “There’s been an uptick in
Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell phone calls with people looking
& Hippel LLP. for information, but I’m not
sure people want to do anything
Spending more time right now because there’s
at home has pushed some so much uncertainty,” said
relationships to the breaking David Gutin, partner at Astor
point, but many Jewish family Weiss Kaplan & Mandel, LLP.
lawyers say increased interest “For people who are together,
in separation has not yet trans- barring domestic violence, it’s
lated to a higher divorce rate. safer not to rock the boat.”

In the five-county area, court For people who were already
closures have made divorce, in the process of getting divorced
custody and other aspects of when the pandemic hit, court
meetings have gone virtual.

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different county to county Shana Weiner is the founder would otherwise be very eager David Ladov, chair of the Family Cynthia Weiss Stein, partner at
because of the physical aspects of Dinah, an organization that to volunteer and recognize Law Department at Obermayer Shemtob Draganosky Taylor, P.C.
of the courthouse. So, I mean, provides legal services to Jewish what an important service and Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP
for example, Philadelphia survivors of domestic abuse mitzvah we’re doing for the Courtesy of Cynthia Weiss Stein
Family Court is basically like in the Greater Philadelphia Jewish community, they’ve Courtesy of David Ladov
a high-rise city building. And area. She said domestic abuse been hit on their own and can’t during the week.
so elevators present a real has increased during the necessarily afford to spend the exchanges essential. “The couples who have
challenge,” Stein said. pandemic, according to data time to take on a volunteer “Courts didn’t penalize
from Pennsylvania Coalition case,” she said. worked together seem to be
As a result, some courts Against Domestic Violence. health care workers on the creative and doing what’s best
are more open for in-person Concerns about the virus front lines trying to save lives,” for the children in this current
proceedings than others. Increased time at home and have changed the way couples she said. situation. They are coming up
the closure of public spaces who are already separated think with schedules that work for
“Chester County and Bucks has made it more difficult for about custody agreements. Winegrad said the pandemic their family.” l
County have been open for victims to seek help. has led some of her clients to
about two months. But the other “We had a number of situa- be more flexible about their [email protected];
counties are not as open. You can’t “People can’t actually get tions where one of the parents time with their kids, especially 215-832-8917
just walk in the [Philadelphia help because survivors don’t was a health care worker and if one is an essential worker
Family Court],” Ladov said. have the same opportunities to the other parent was taking who can’t provide child care
be out of the house that they advantage of the situation,
Even when most courts were would otherwise have,” she said. and basically said, ‘You’re not
shut down in March and April, seeing the kids,’” Ladov said.
one notable exception to remote Weiner said that Dinah
activity was domestic abuse. has always operated remotely, According to Julie
but is struggling to find Auerbach, partner at Astor
“The courts have remained enough pro bono attorneys to Weiss, most county courts did
open for domestic abuse volunteer during the economic not accept potential exposure
cases,” Ladov said. “There was crisis. to COVID-19 or stay-at-home
probably a month or so where orders as an excuse to alter
those weren’t heard, but most “That’s actually where custody agreements, and Gov.
of the courts heard them as we’ve been hit the hardest is Tom Wolf designated custody
quickly as they could.” that attorneys right now, who




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state Sen. Art Haywood, Clockwise from right: Rabbi David Glanzberg-Krainin, David Coe, Rabbi
Superintendent of Cheltenham Andrea Merow and Wagner Marseilles at Kehilla of Old York Road’s panel
Public Schools Wagner Marseille discussion. Photo by Sophie Panzer
and architectural designer and
Young Israel of Elkins Park State Sen. Art Haywood Charmaine Ijeoma trailed by police o cers. remembered them physically
member David Coe. Courtesy of Sen. Art Haywood Courtesy of Charmaine Ijeoma Coe, who is Orthodox, assaulting her father without
giving a reason.
Rabbi Leah Berkowitz of “We were not shown houses, Princeton, New Jersey. spoke about the hurdles he
Congregation Kol Ami moder- and when we went to a fair “When you were inside faced during conversion. “At the time, my father had
ated the discussion. housing agency, they proved that had a motorcycle accident. And
our treatment was di erent than the school, it seemed like “I remember the rabbi so his leg had been broken in four
“ ere’s no one monolithic that of whites,” he said. “Even everything that was bad was saying to me, ‘You know, places, and it was still healing.
community of people of color, today, the equity that Julie and I related to being Black. So, you may never get married.’ And this detective was pushing
or Jewish community or built up would have been more if you were in the low-level And for me, that was, it was a him around, like pushing him
community of Cheltenham, if we had moved in [during] our classes, it was relegated to the shocker,” he said. “He actually against the car,” she said.
but instead we are more inter- Black students. If you looked was very frank with me and
ested in learning the nuanced rst attempt to move in. And at detention, it was always the he says, ‘You know, you may e panelists agreed that
narrative that is woven from this is a great explanation of the Black students who were there. see some racial discrimination, one of the best ways to improve
the stories of your lives and to Black wealth gap — the inability When you looked at grades, you know, going through and race relations and prevent racial
listen to what you can teach to get homeownership opportu- Black students were not doing being an Orthodox Jew.’” injustice is to foster dialogue.
us,” she said. nities in suburban areas where well. en you transfer that
home prices are going up.” into the way in which your Despite the rabbi’s predic- “The shortest distance
Berkowitz asked the panel- community receives you when tions, Coe is married and has between two people is a story.
ists, who all identify as Black, Marseille discussed his you walk into stores,” he said, 12 children. And the reality is we don’t spend
to describe a way that race experiences with racism in and recalled instances of being enough time sharing each other’s
impacted their personal or education as the son of Haitian followed around stores and Ijeoma recalled police stories because of our di erences
professional lives. immigrants growing up in officers pointing guns at and because of the history of the
her when she was walking way our country is designed,”
Haywood spoke about in her neighborhood. She
growing up in a household that
cultivated a strong sense of Black
pride. He discussed how he and
his wife were victims of housing
discrimination when they rst
tried to move to Cheltenham
and ended up waiting three
years to buy a home there.


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Marseille said. Walk Jamie Kaplan’s goal is to cover also walk 100 miles [each].” o ered a message of support.
Coe spoke about the impor- 200 miles in 30 days. Olami organized a “Just as Jews around the
Continued from Page 1
tance of being a mensch Courtesy of Jamie Kaplan Worldwide Warm Up event on world desire to connect to
and speaking up “if you are talking about Israel and putting Aug. 2 hosted by Beatie Deutsch, Israel, we in Israel desire to
a non-Black person and you it front of mind even though they meet certain milestones. Israel’s national marathon connect to and walk with you
are amongst other non-Black we can’t do our trips and we “I reached out to a few of my champion. Israeli entertainer and your communities. As the
people and you hear speech can’t travel there,” according to and mentalist Lior Suchard minister of diaspora a airs, it
that has the tone of racism Michal Nordmann, director of close friends, and especially performed live during the event. is my duty to make sure the
or discrimination,” even if the marketing at Olami. people who I went to Israel path between us is mutual,
speaker doesn’t mean to be with, to sponsor myself,” Deutsch, who has won goes both ways. at we walk
o ensive. us, Walk to Israel was Kaplan said. the Tiberias Marathon, the together towards our shared
born. Teams a liated with Jerusalem Marathon, the destiny,” she said.
Haywood emphasized that Jewish organizations around e fundraising model is Israeli half-marathon and other
strong community ties could the world pledge to walk meant to o er exibility to notable races, told the story of Olami saw an increase in
make di cult conversations the distance between their organizations based on their running her rst marathon to registrations a er the event,
about race easier for everyone, location and Israel in 30 days. individual needs. inspire participants who felt including the Philadelphia team
citing his experience working Individual team members daunted by the 100-mile goal. leader’s son, Efraim Pollack.
with the Anti-Defamation commit to covering at least 100 “Some of [the organizations]
League to combat gun violence. miles in that time. are using it to really engage their “I crossed the nish line in “It was actually my son’s
high-level donors and make a three hours and 27 minutes, birthday, and I asked the
“We can build relationships Participants walk or run at a large amount from small teams, but it was the most eye opening leaders if they could just
that will hopefully then allow safe social distance from others some are using it to go as wide experience for me, because I throw out a mention, and
speaking to be more natural,” and use pedometers to track as possible for a crowdfunding,” realized if I hadn’t taken that they said ‘happy birthday’ to
he said. their collective miles online. Nordmann said. risk, and stepped out of my him. My son was happy about
comfort zone, I never would that and then he ended up
at same evening, Bucks e Walk to Israel website “We want this to be a platform have discovered the gi lying becoming a walker,” Akiva
County Kehillah hosted the shows the teams’ “location” that all Jewish organizations, within me — the gi I had of Pollack said. ●
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Remembering Pianist Leon Fleisher, 1923-2020

BY JONATHAN BISS monumentality and conso- was contradictory. This — this taken something profound and realigned your soul.
lation and often frightening embrace of the complexity of turned it trite, maudlin. But And finally, there was pain
ALL MY MEMORIES of Leon power of Brahms’ D minor life and of music, this ability there was nothing cold in his
Fleisher fall within the same concerto and Schubert’s B flat to hold an idea and its opposite approach to music. Some of in Fleisher. With his strong
category: indelible. Fleisher, sonata became real to me. in his hands, simultaneously my most touching moments sense of moral clarity and
who died on Aug. 2 at 92, — was, beyond the intensity, with Fleisher occurred when, of moral responsibility, the
made everything riveting. I He addressed these works, and the integrity, and the sound mid-sentence, he drifted into injustices of the world — the
would have paid good money among so many others, with that shimmered and glowed in silence, or when, while demon- misfortunes of others — hurt
to hear him recite the phone- a permanent, innate intensity. defiance of the laws of the piano strating at the piano, he seemed him deeply. And yes, so did
book: The outgoing message Unlike many musicians of his and of gravity itself, the core of to forget that I was in the room the injustices and misfortunes
on his answering machine was generation, gurus (in their own Fleisher’s artistic personality. — in either case, overwhelmed that had befallen him. I met
delivered with such elegant eyes) who were terribly inter- at the emotion that the music Fleisher 30 years after he first
authority, I remember his ested in being admired and That contradiction could be had stirred in him. lost the use of his right hand,
home phone number to this feared, this intensity was not seen in his eyes. Those eyes, and saw no evidence that the
day, despite not having called it about meanness, but meaning, which pierced you even in his There was tremendous rigor wound had even begun to heal.
since he acquired a cell phone and the eternal search for it. last years when, having fallen in his playing: The music’s pulse And yet! Fleisher was resilient,
two decades ago. The uncompromising integ- victim to macular degenera- lived in his body, was never and he was wry. He found the
rity with which he approached tion, they saw nothing, were lost or compromised, and was absurdity in life’s small indig-
But Fleisher was no actor; music, working in tandem with emblems of his intensity; they the foundation on which every- nities and, however much
he was a musician, to his that unflagging intensity, has scared the hell out of me the thing he did at the piano rested. hurt they had caused him, in
bones. When that indelible likely been the most important first few times I looked into And yet in spite of this — or is the large ones. His laugh, like
personality was placed in the influence on my life. them. But the longer I knew it because of this? — he found everything else about him, was
service of music, the results him, the more I noticed how so much flexibility in the music unforgettable.
were not just memorable, but Why, then, is this tribute so much warmth, tenderness, and he played; no one could linger
awe-inspiring. His teaching difficult to write? most of all, wonder were also quite like Fleisher. And late in Classical musicians are
metaphors (“angel babble” for emanating from those laser life, his playing became not just even more prone to fetishizing
the upper-register meander- Well. The primary reason is beams of his. spacious, but timeless; the less the past than normal human
ings in late-period Beethoven; that I don’t want to have reason time he had left, the more he beings; it is a habit both
“sheathed claws” for the attack to write it. When someone lives The contradictions keep on gave the impression of having irritating and dangerous. But
one needed for Mozart) were as long as Fleisher with their coming. Like all the greatest all the time in the world. with Fleisher’s death, we have
phantasmagorical yet uncan- grit and marbles and essence performers, Fleisher projected truly lost a giant. I believe that
nily precise — hallucinogenic intact, it becomes possible total certainty when he played: Fleisher believed that there is an exception, not a contradic-
darts. His playing unlocked to believe that they will be He convinced you not just of were laws that governed music tion. If I’m mistaken, consider it
truths about the greatest works around forever. The world the rightness of his interpre- and gave it its power, and that an accidental tribute to an artist
— truths that remain entirely without Leon is less beautiful tations, but that they were you could and should spend a who, in his infinite simplicity
obscure on the page, or in and more mundane than it not interpretations at all, lifetime studying them. Just a and complexity, enriched my
the hands of lesser pianists; was; confronting that reality is but rather, the essence of the month before he died, I heard life beyond measure.
it is through him that the so painful, I’ve spent the past music, brought to life in the him speak for a solid hour
week trying not to do so. only way possible. But the about the first five bars of the Thank you, Leon: I love you
essence he was bringing to life Beethoven G major concerto, a very much. Rest in peace. l
Then there is the problem of was one of mystery. He made piece he had recorded sublimely
the ineffability of music, and you feel that music, like the nearly 60 years earlier and Pianist Jonathan Biss studied with
of the greatest performances world it describes, is ultimately whose inner workings he was Leon Fleisher for four years at the
of it. Fleisher’s playing spoke, unknowable. That there are clearly still examining and Curtis Institute of Music. He has
with disarming directness, to no answers — only exquisite, reexamining. And yet his great- appeared on stages worldwide,
parts of the soul that language life-enhancing questions. ness lay not in his intellect, but from Carnegie Hall to Royal Albert
cannot access. Try to put his in his instinct — his knack for Hall, and with leading ensembles,
music-making into words, and Fleisher abhorred senti- placing a note (as late as possible including the Philadelphia Orchestra
you leech from it everything mentality: The worst word without being too late, as he and the New York Philharmonic. He
that made it unforgettable. you could hear in a lesson was fond of saying) in a way is co-artistic director of the Marlboro
was “lovely,” said in a voice that redefined the phrase and Music Festival, and he lives in
But really, the greatest diffi- that made clear that you had Philadelphia.
culty in capturing Fleisher’s
essence is that so much of him


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A Tribute to My Beloved Mentor, Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz

BY RABBI PINCHAS ALLOUCHE characteristic transparency and canon of the Jewish library “touch people and cause them and enable Rabbi Steinsaltz to
grace, he shared the following — the entire Bible, Mishna, to always grow more and more.” touch us so that we, too, can
ON THE EVENING of Nov. words: “After I die, I really don’t Talmud, Maimonides, Tanya be more, study more, do more
12, 2010, a large crowd gathered care whether I will go to heaven and more — accessible to each Steinsaltz lived by the ideal and “grow more and more, in
in a New York City ballroom to or to hell. I also do not care at and all, regardless of level of that life is not about what we thought, speech and action,
celebrate my beloved mentor all about what will be written knowledge and background. are and what we desire for each in our own way.”
and scholar Rabbi Adin on my tombstone. All I care ourselves. Rather, it is about
Steinsaltz’s magnum opus — about is whether I have been Here was a rabbi who what we are called to do, and Steinsaltz, who passed
his monumental translation able to touch people throughout appeared to have emerged what G-d, and our surround- away just a few hours ago as I
and commentary of the entire my lifetime, and cause them to from the 18th century, dressed ings, desire from us. This is the write this, will then, undoubt-
Talmud. He had worked on it grow more and more each day, with a black hat, a shirt at way he lived his life — a life edly, continue to live on. In
for 45 years. in thought, speech and action, times disheveled and a wild that knew no vacation; a life us. Through us. And through
each in their own way.” beard with streaks of yellow that knew no sleep; a life that our limitless growth of good
Toward the end of the painted by his signature pipe. knew no taking. At every given thoughts, words and actions.
evening, Steinsaltz walked onto I remember that day vividly. Yet his all-encompassing moment, in every place, and
the main stage, and with his And I recall how many of the encyclopedic knowledge and with every person, Steinsaltz Surely, we will then merit
attendees in that room were uncanny wisdom enabled him sought to give of himself with a new era of peace, happiness
overcome with astonishment. to converse with equal ease relentless dedication and and redemption.
with the most brilliant scientist unreserved love.
After all, here was a giant of and the smallest child. For, as Steinsaltz once told
mankind, who Time magazine If only we could learn from me, “When one person takes
called a “once-in-a-mille- But his superhuman capabil- his example, and give and give one step ahead, something
nium-scholar” and who was ities, his rare skills and his and give, without ever asking, good happens in our world.
remembered, just last week, in never-ending list of accolades “What’s in it for me?” But when 1 million people
the wake of his death at 83, as and unparalleled life achieve- take one step ahead, the whole
the “Rashi of our generation” ments never came in the way If only we can learn from world shakes.” l
by the president of Israel. Yet of his relentless devotion to his death how to live truly,
he dedicated his life to the most fulfill his G-d-given purpose meaningfully. Rabbi Pinchas Allouche is the
assimilated, making the entire each and every day of his life to spiritual leader of Congregation
If only we could open up Beth Tefillah in Scottsdale, Arizona.
our minds and our hearts

Strong Jewish Women Will Fight the KVETCH ’N’ KVELL

Floodwaters NAACP Comfortable With Muhammad’s Beliefs
BURT SIEGEL’S well-intentioned attempt to minimize the
BY MEREDITH JACOBS — reframe a strong, ambitious We think back on our early foundational anti-Semitism of Philadelphia NAACP President
woman as a bitch. Pit two years of raising the issue of Rodney Muhammad is myopic for one important reason (“Black-
IT HAS ALREADY begun. women against each other. Tell domestic violence in the Jewish Relations in Philadelphia: Then and Now,” Aug. 6). And
Leaks about “allies” warning a woman to smile. What’s next? Jewish community only to that reason extends far beyond Philadelphia.
Joe Biden about naming Publicly worrying that once be told it didn’t happen — or
Kamala Harris as his running a month she might become were countered with stories of The national NAACP has distanced itself from Muhammad’s
mate because she “had no “hysterical”? “nice Jewish boys” and their core anti-Semitic beliefs, but it has not fired him. Clearly, the
remorse” for the gall of actually “nagging” wives. national NAACP has to know that Muhammad for many years has
competing in the primaries. Or And all of this is heightened enthusiastically promoted the Hitlerian anti-Semitism of Louis
comments that Harris “rubs further if the candidate is also We are at once the Farrakhan.
people the wrong way” but that a woman of color. loudmouthed, overly ambitious
Karen Bass doesn’t. Or that troublemakers and annoying, Even now with Muhammad posting Der Sturmer-like images
Susan Rice should smile more. Get ready, folks. The tap anxiety-producing mothers on Facebook, the national NAACP has not fired him.
of misogyny has opened and living only through the success
It’s a trope as old as time the floodwaters are about to of our children. We are the There is obviously a comfort level between the national
pour forth. backbone of our community NAACP and Muhammad’s Jew hatred or else he would have
organizations and passed over as been fired.
My own organization, unqualified for the top seats. We
Jewish Women International, are Gloria Steinem, Bella Abzug Notwithstanding Siegel’s words to the contrary, there is much
represents more than 120 years and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, for the Jewish community across the country — not just in
of standing and fighting at yet are mocked as Sylvia Fine Philadelphia — to fear about this comfort level.
the forefront of social justice (“The Nanny”), Susie Green
issues — violence against (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”) and Richard Sherman | Margate, Florida
women and girls, access to Mrs. Wolowitz (“The Big Bang
health care, systemic inequity. Theory”). Attacks on Trump Hurt Argument
Through it all, we have had to Burt Siegel (“Black-Jewish Relations in Philadelphia: Then and
continually push back against See Jacobs, Page 21 Now,” Aug. 6) suddenly discovered the Jew-hating local NAACP
negative stereotypes that seek President Rodney Muhammad whom he has seemed to ignore
to diminish us.
See Letters, Page 26



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Reviews: Secret Life, Secret War

Road Trip Reveals Jewish Mother’s Secrets

BOOKS and held out hope she would her culture independent of her all,” Maggie reminisces. This Courtesy of Penguin Random House
“find the right man” some day. violent ex-husband and her leaves readers wishing Masad
SOPHIE PANZER | JE STAFF family’s tragic past. would delve deeper into the Iris, in flashback, a woman
As she scrambles to complexities of their bond. As hovering around age 60, rejects
“All My Mother’s Lovers” arrange a burial and a shiva, However, Jewish rituals a result, Maggie’s grief seems the notion that a healthy sex
Ilana Masad Maggie stumbles upon five surrounding death and vague and inconsistent more life is only for the young and
Dutton letters in her mother’s desk, grieving bring mother and often than devastating. has satisfying encounters with
each addressed to a different daughter closer together. The multiple men.
ALTHOUGH ILANA Masad’s man. Desperate to escape the communal nature of sitting Another disappointing
novel “All My Mother’s Lovers” crush of “socially acceptable shiva, while painful, sets aspect of “Lovers” is Masad’s The novel’s depictions of
takes place in a pre-corona- grief” and learn more about Maggie on a path to greater language, which often descends women living complex, messy
virus world, it grapples with the woman she felt never truly understanding of Iris’ life. She into cringe-worthy cliché. lives without the burden of
questions many of us face as we accepted her, she embarks on meets friends and family from Maggie catches a glimpse of sexual shame are incredibly
mourn the people and ways of a road trip through California her mother’s past and begins “the ubiquitous golden arches refreshing and ultimately make
life we have recently lost: to personally deliver the notes. to realize that there was more of McDonald’s,” while driving. “Lovers” worth a read. l
to the woman who raised her A semi-developed antago-
What role does Judaism One of Masad’s strengths as than she ever imagined. nist tells her, “You think I’m [email protected];
play in processing shock, grief a writer is her ability to illus- the big, bad corporate man,” 215-832-8917
and anger? How can it connect trate how trauma complicates While Iris and Maggie’s and the word “corporate” gets
us to people who seem distant her character’s relationship relationships with Judaism are thrown around as shorthand
and out of reach? with Judaism. Maggie’s queer- intriguing, their relationship for “morally compromised” so
ness, combined with Iris’ lack with each other falls frustrat- many times it loses its meaning
The Israeli-American of support, alienates her from ingly flat by comparison. altogether.
writer’s debut begins when the heteronormative, family- Flashbacks to Iris’ romantic
Maggie Krause’s mother, Iris, centric version of religion she relationships are vivid and Fortunately, Masad’s
dies suddenly in a car crash. grew up with and drives her to detailed, and her lovers’ sense character development is much
Twenty-something Maggie seek community with secular of loss is rendered acutely. more original.
flies home to California and queer friends and lovers. However, there are no scenes
finds her father and brother that provide this level of detail Maggie and Iris are both
completely overwhelmed. Iris was the descendant about her relationship with her vibrant women who resist
of Holocaust victims and a daughter. stereotypes. Maggie’s relation-
Her own grief is compli- survivor of an abusive first ship issues with her girlfriend,
cated by preexisting pain; Iris marriage to a rabbi named The tension between the two Lucia, stem from a plain old
reacted to her daughter coming Shlomo. She struggled to women is mainly anecdotal and fear of intimacy rather than
out as gay with a combina- associate Jewish observance revealed in memories rather HIV/AIDS, suicide, internal-
tion of disapproval and denial, with anything other than pain than flashbacks. “Iris always ized homophobia or other
ignored her first girlfriends and forge a relationship with loved being in control, after tired lesbian tragedy tropes.

Interpreting Evil

JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF in big, bold letters. World War II have conditioned — itself an interesting term Courtesy of Black Opal Books
Cpl. Kurt Berlin is identi- us to expect (Tex, Brooklyn, to use, given that what he’s
“The Interpreter” etc.). It’s just one of many actually asked to do is transla- See Books, Page 16
A.J. Sidransky fied by intelligence officers in tropes employed by Sidransky tion — concludes by the end of
Black Opal Books Manila as a strong candidate that seem ripped from such the third page. The interpreter,
for interpreting the inter- media; characters of various who had never previously done
FOR A BOOK with such rogations of captured Nazis. European countries drop in interpretation at a professional
a heavy subject matter — a Though hesitant to speak words from their native tongue level, is interpreting the words
Viennese Jew who’s lost every- German — the language of that are commonly under- of high-level Nazis by page
thing is recruited by the OSS Europe’s “decaying grayness,” stood by American readers four. Also, a certain Fuhrer
to assist in interrogating Nazis which “held nothing for him (bitte, merci, gutte morgen), makes an appearance.
— “The Interpreter” turns out but sorrow and loss” — Berlin the good protagonists ponder
to be a fun, light read. accepts the offer, out of a sense the depth of their belliger- But there is a charm to this
of duty to his new country, the ents’ inhumanity, officers slam book that lays everything out
It’s not so common that United States. down telephones in frustration on the table with such speed,
the leaders of the Third Reich and clever, cunning, captured that conceals little of what it
make for beach reading, but Berlin is a bit of a silly name, Nazis have witty repartee with aims to do. It is a mystery-
A.J. Sidransky seems to have seemingly chosen in order for their interrogators. thriller; it thrills, and there is
created his own little category Berlin’s commanding officers mystery. Berlin begins to have
with his new thriller. There’s to be able to refer to him The entirety of Berlin’s doubts about the intentions of
intrigue, love and politics, all geographically, in the manner recruitment to interpretation the people who hired him, a
in which decades of media about



Pandemic Doesn’t Stop Student Internships



STUDENTS DIDN’T let Cara Suplee Elana Kopelman Jon Cohen Courtesy of Jon Cohen Nicole Zibelman
COVID-19 get in the way of Courtesy of Cara Suplee Courtesy of Elana Kopelman Courtesy of Nicole Zibelman
a summer learning experience, Suplee, who is entering her
as many companies switched to “the networking aspect of would switch to breakout senior year at the University of work with my coworkers
virtual internship and fellowship meeting people from other rooms to debrief the contents Wisconsin-Madison, interned in the office,” said Nicole
programs that allowed partic- schools,” she still was able to of the speaker,” Cohen said. for the communications Zibelman, who interned for
ipants to navigate the world of form relationships with others “I would also have a Philly department at JEVS, where the marketing department at
Zoom from their homes. in the program. cohort meeting biweekly with she analyzed data and wrote Jewish Federation of Greater
30 fellows from the area.” articles. Philadelphia.
Elana Kopelman, a rising Kopelman’s former high
sophomore at the University school classmate Jon Cohen While Cohen would have The program “was very The University of Maryland
of Pennsylvania, was looking also participated in a virtual enjoyed meeting in person, catered toward interns,” Suplee rising senior wrote blogs for
forward to her second summer fellowship program. he said the program’s virtual said. “On Mondays, all of the the Jewish Federation website
in Israel. She had applied to nature vital to its success. interns would meet together, and learned how to use
the Tamid Group Fellowship in The Jewish Changemakers where they had speakers set marketing software to create
November. Fellowship is a three-week “The fellowship had to be up for us. These lecturers ad campaigns and track social
program, created as a response remote because it involved included career strategists, media engagement and website
“At UPenn, the Tamid club to quarantine, explained Cohen, national and international grad school admissions and traffic.
focuses on Israeli start-up who attends the University of Jews,” Cohen said. “In one Jewish organizations like the
education and pro bono Michigan. Zoom, we interacted with Anti-Defamation League.” While Zibelman said she
consulting,” Kopelman said. people who had been in missed out on the professional
“In the club, you can apply to “Each week was broken up different Jewish communities Participants of the Ash environment that she would
the fellowship in Israel, where into chapters, the story of self, around the world; one speaker Program also mentored have gotten pre-pandemic, she
they will match you with an us and now,” he said. “More had even worked at the JCC in members of the Lasko Program, is appreciative of her supervi-
Israeli startup.” specifically, personal and Krakow, Poland.” designed for high school sors for the valuable learning
professional life, the global students. experience.
While the fellowship could Jewish community and service Similarly, Cara Suplee,
not take place in Israel, Tamid and advocacy.” who participated in the JEVS While Suplee recalled the “I was grateful to have an
pushed forward virtually. Human Services Ash Internship experience fondly, she noted internship in the first place
Each weekday, Jewish Program, said Zoom proved that “the social aspect of the where I was able to apply my
“I am working for an Israeli Changemakers hosted guest surprisingly beneficial. program definitely would have journalism skills, writing and
AI-based digital marketing speakers to engage with the been heightened had we been then learn new skills as well
company,” she said. “Everything 300-plus fellows through Zoom. “Due to the virtual nature of in person.” in marketing, social media
is over Zoom, which has been “They really did a good job; the the program, they were able to and analytics,” she said.
difficult because of the time chat box was always blowing up get certain speakers that probably “It was disappointing that “Overall, it was a really positive
difference.” with dialogue,” he said. would not have been able to come I wasn’t able to meet and experience.” l
otherwise,” she said.
Kopelman made her own “After the lecture, we
schedule due to the program’s
mobile aspect.

“I was able to be on campus
for a month during the
summer, since I didn’t have to
be bound to an office,” she said.
“I was also taking classes at
the same time, so I was able to
balance both demands.”

While Kopelman missed

Books of the different threads begin to considered to be the act of is also tasked with drawing divine something from the
find their unity, and Sidransky translating the spoken word as conclusions about the motiva- Nazis in a way that others are
Continued from Page 15 deftly brings them together an it occurs, while translating is tions and truthfulness of those not. Sidransky seems only inter-
in ending that doesn’t quite confined to writing. And yet, translated words. mittently interested in digging a
mix of Americans and German shock, but certainly satisfies. Berlin, who does the latter, finds little deeper into this, but in the
defectors. The memories of who He’s fluent in the history of the himself in an occupation that Though this is not quite world of this book, who cares?
he lost in Vienna and who he war, too, or, at the very least, names him as the former. He explained, the implication seems There’s a war to win! l
still hopes to find remain with writes in such a way that gives checks that the German of the to be that Berlin, in his complex
Berlin, and Sidransky drops in the appearance that he is. interrogated has been correctly web of identities — Austrian, [email protected];
frequent chapters devoted to translated into English, but he Jew, European, American- 215-832-0740
his prewar and pre-GI life. All Interpretation is generally soldier-by-choice — is able to



‘The Painted Bird’ a Study in Brutality

FILM Petr Kotlár as “A Boy” in the new adaptation of Jerzy Kozinski’s novel “The Painted Bird.” Courtesy of IFC Films painted bird is 45 minutes into
JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF the movie; there are two hours
available on Amazon. peasants into the hands of Nazi one of us as evidence of intoler- left, at that point.
HANYA YANAGIHARA’S During World War II, a soldiers as a form of appease- able difference? That in-groups
widely acclaimed novel “A young boy (Petr Kotlár) has ment; thrown into a bubbling require a subhuman subject to One of the kinder Soviet
Little Life,” the critic Daniel been stashed away with his trough of human waste for understand themselves as more soldiers who briefly takes the
Mendelsohn wrote in a 2015 aunt while his parents search dropping a Bible; and slapped fully human? Surely, none of boy in toward the end of the
review in The New York Review for safety. He’s a good boy; by a street vendor, who calls these conclusions are partic- movie is played by Aleksei
of Books, had “duped” readers. he folds his clothes, eats his him a Jew. He sees suicides, ularly hard to come by, and Kravchenko, who starred as
Conditioned through various soup and holds the bowl that rapes and murders, all rendered they certainly don’t require the a young child in “Come and
means to understand gratu- catches the splattered blood of in black and white. overabundance of shocking See” (1985). Like “The Painted
itous suffering and anguish as a decapitated chicken. When All of this suffering is evidence that the movie Bird,” “Come and See” follows
evidence of depth, Mendelsohn his aunt dies, he’s forced to scaffolding to the central provides. The scene with the a young boy as he’s subjected
wrote, readers had fallen prey take to the road, finding food metaphor of the movie. One of to forces beyond his control
to Yanagihara’s book. during WWII, witnessing
horrors and violence of great
The novel, which follows intensity wherever he goes.
four college friends through
their trials in life and art “Come and See” rivals “The
in New York City, focuses Painted Bird” in its brutality,
primarily on the quiet one but there is a reason that some
among them, Jude. Jude, consider the former to be
Yanagihara reveals in piece- one of the greatest anti-war
meal fashion, was subjected to movies ever made; rather than
sexual, physical and emotional bludgeoning the audience
abuse as a child, pinballing with degradation and horror
from abuser to abuser, each and leaving it that, “Come and
of them escalating the lurid See” shows more sustained
cruelty. Even into adulthood, interest in the people who
this cruelty persists, culmi- suffer, especially evident in
nating in an ending where Jude the frequent close-up shots of
is deprived of the person he faces. A camera interested in
loves most in the world. Then, faces can show you something
he commits suicide. human; not so for a camera
that only finds such faces inter-
Responding to charges esting when they’re broken. l
of unfairness in his review by
Yanagihara’s editor, Gerald [email protected];
Howard, Mendelsohn wrote this: 215-832-0740

“Yanagihara’s slathering-on and shelter where he can. What the only people who shows the
of trauma is, in the end, a crude he finds more often is a world boy tenderness is a bird breeder
and inartistic way of wringing that needs him to be a Jew, or a (Lech Dyblik) who teaches the
emotion from the reader — an “Gypsy” — even though it’s not boy how to catch the birds and
assaultive repetitiveness that clear whether he is either. care for them. To teach the
can hardly claim to be one Over the course of the boy a lesson, or maybe just for
of the ‘techniques ... designed movie, the boy wanders into fun, the man paints a few lines
to lead us by degrees into a a peasant village, where he’s onto a common bird, and then
realm of authentic emotion savagely beaten and sold to a releases the bird into the sky,
and aesthetic bliss’ that medicine woman who assures where it joins its compatriots.
Howard rightly mentions as a everyone that he is both a Jew The flock pecks the bird to the
hallmark of a genuine novel- and a vampire; he’s raped, death, and it spirals down to
istic achievement.” beaten and tortured by an the ground.
older man who the boy then Ah! The boy is the painted
It is hard to avoid this sense kills by dragging him into a bird! He, too, suffers at the
of “assaultive repetitiveness” in pit of rats; he watches a miller hands of his fellow man, who
watching “The Painted Bird,” gouge out the eyes of a servant cannot see that he is just like
a recent adaptation of Jerzy whom he suspects of sleeping them, and punish him for it.
Kosinski’s 1965 novel of the with his wife; he’s beaten in the What are we to make of
same name. The movie briefly street by a German man; raped this? The absurdity of bigotry,
features Barry Pepper, Harvey and beaten by a young woman; that we could look at God’s
Keitel, Stellan Skarsgård and delivered by another group of random brushstrokes on any
Udo Kier, and is subtitled. It is


Torah Portion

Acting Rightly, Choosing Wisely CANDLE LIGHTING

Aug. 14 7:40 p.m.
Aug. 21 7:30 p.m.

BY RABBI NATHAN MARTIN current moment, a time when who support a voice for all”) a colleague, to simply listen or your neighbor as yourself” that
we are having to discern the or for advocating for our offer support. reinforce our underlying unity
Parshat Re’eh ethical path through unknown planet’s health (“blessed are or connection.
IN THE BEGINNING of this territory. those who protect the Earth”). Even the simple and sacred
week’s Torah portion, Re’eh, Giving ourselves an additional practice of truly listening Like our ancestors on these
Moses mentions the communal First, this ritual is quite moment to truly feel the to someone for five minutes mountains, our sacred practice
ritual of the calling out of the embodied. The Israelites have meaning of these blessings and helping them be heard can become our compass that
blessings and curses from the to climb the mountains and allows their message to be and affirmed builds bonds of guides us along the right path.
two mountains of Grizim and shout out affirmations for felt in our cells. Creating an connection. It puts us together
Ebal straddling the sacred site right and wrong behavior. Our embodied memory connected on the mountain of Grizim While we may not have the
of Shechem. ancestors understood that for to right action grounds us; and Ebal. opportunity like our ancestors
the ethics to get inside our it can help us to counter the to climb a mountain together
In a kind of Ten Command- kishkes we have to create an ethically confusing messages Finally, this ritual is sacred. and cultivate moral clarity, we
ments repetition, the ritual sets experience that allows us to we are exposed to and allows It takes place in the mountains do have our own path today to
up the priests and Levites — imprint these onto ourselves. us to remember in our bodies that surround Shechem, the seek the sacred, connect with
with the ark — in the middle the right things to do. place of sacred encounter others and internalize and
of the valley between the While most of the time I feel where Abraham first encoun- align our moral compass. May
two mountains. They offer a like what is being imprinted Secondly, this ritual is fully ters God and is told to begin his we all rise in body and spirit to
blessing for right behavior to on my body these days is more communal. All of Israelite journey. When the Israelites the occasion. l
one mountain, and then offer fear and trauma, I wonder society at that moment had a return there many genera-
the parallel curse for equiva- what it would be like to frame role to play in affirming right tions later, they are reenacting Rabbi Nathan Martin is the
lent bad behavior toward the the positive and ethical behav- behavior. In this moment sacred encounter by ascending associate rabbi at Congregation
other mountain. iors we take each day in the of isolation where we are high places (echoing Sinai) and Beth Israel of Media and
light of blessing. For example, maintaining physical distance centering themselves around also serves on the board of
The 12 tribes — six on each before exercise you might say from others it can be hard to the ark (echoing the sanctuary). Pennsylvania Interfaith Power
mountain — affirm these. aloud, “blessed are those who remember that we are deeply and Light, a nonprofit focused on
The blessings and curses are a care for their bodies,” or before interconnected, that our In this moment, we, too, are interfaith action around climate
familiar — how to follow the supporting a front line worker behavior and intentions matter. being called to dedicate our change. The Board of Rabbis of
divine path (e.g. not making with tzedakah (charity) or lives to the sacred, to partici- Greater Philadelphia is proud to
false idols) and how to behave making a mask you might say While we all can’t crowd pate in and create practices and provide diverse perspectives on
ethically toward each other, “blessed are those who support together on a mountain, what rituals that will help us align Torah commentary for the Jewish
particularly our most vulner- the vulnerable.” we can do is to try to weave with our highest selves and Exponent. The opinions expressed
able (e.g., don’t misdirect a together our threads of “tribal” aspirations. In a moment when in this column are the author’s own
blind person or oppress the This could also work for the connection. There is no one in the voices of fear and dissen- and do not reflect the view of the
widow and the orphan). justice work we are called to our country who is not deeply sion are trying to separate us Board of Rabbis.
do at this moment of standing affected by the challenges we from others, it is all the more
I find the mention of this up for Black lives (“blessed are are facing. We can make a critical to tie into the sacred
ritual to have some inter- those who support justice”), practice today of reaching out practices — like the words of the
esting resonances for our for sustaining democratic to a friend, a family member, Shema or a chant of “Ve’ahavta
processes (“blessed are those Le-re’ekha Kamokha/Love

Vandalized “In Judaism, we are A photocopy of
forbidden to hate,” Gabbai said. the original sign, with
Continued from Page 5 “Can you imagine if we are anti-Semitic messages
to hate openly? Much worse. visible. The original
“Our neighbors are That’s No. 1. No. 2, hatred has is in the possession
wonderful,” Gabbai said. Both no color. We can have white of the Philadelphia
Golda and Gabbai expressed people hating Black people, you Police Department.
doubt that the vandal could be can have Black people hating
someone from the neighborhood. white people, you can have Courtesy of Congregation
Black people hating Jews, white Mikveh Israel
It’s been about 20 years, people hating Jews, but Judaism
according to Gabbai, since the says, no hatred whatsoever. So
synagogue has experienced racism is hatred, and racism
vandalism of this nature; back against Jews is also hatred ...
then, it was a Nazi symbol We have to uproot hatred from
scribbled onto the synagogue’s our hearts. We have to teach
marble monument to Yonatan love and never teach hatred.” l
“Yoni” Netanyahu. This most
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Golden Slipper Stays Active This Summer

IN 1922, A GROUP OF JEWISH MASONS gathered that the audience is extending beyond the Greater Philadelphia community, with
regularly to socialize and play cards. They’d divide up people from Texas and Arizona signing on.
their winnings and distribute them to families in need
of money for food, coal and other essentials. These “We’ve been humbled to learn how much our members depend on these
selfless acts of kindness are the roots and the inspira- programs for their mental health and general well-being,” Simon noted. “We
tion of Golden Slipper Club & Charities, now nearly 600 start the classes early so people can chat and check in with one another. People
members strong. are always smiling and happy and waving, it’s wonderful to see.”

The tradition continues to this day. The members of Golden Slipper Club & Charities are proud to see these
Golden Slipper continually finds ways to serve young programs thrive and flourish even under such difficult conditions, including
and old. Operated almost exclusively by members and the Passover League, which runs 23 seders across the Delaware Valley and this
volunteers, Golden Slipper Club takes pride in serving year held one very big and successful virtual seder. And on the club level, virtual
the Greater Philadelphia region. Today, the organiza- board meetings have been updated to include Q&A sessions with local business
tion maintains and grows an unmatched summer camp leaders and media personalities have also proved popular. Many of the club’s
for children, a college scholarship fund for deserving board members are retired and live in Florida, and the virtual format allows
students, a welcoming center for older adults and many more of them to engage and interact with their peers.
other initiatives — all of which were deeply impacted
by COVID-19. For Simon, seeing the entire Golden Slipper community finding new ways to
“We will be ready to go back to in-person events and sustain and thrive is very revealing.
programs as soon as it’s safe,” Golden Slipper board Chair
David A. Simon said. “But we are active right now. And we “Seeing how successful we’ve been leads me to believe that once we go back
will continue our robust online and virtual programming up and running we will, to some degree, continue to offer some type of video
that reaches people across our communities.” components,” he said. “Especially if people can’t be there. We always host the
Summer is camp season and, for the first time in its largest seder in the region — in 2019 we had 400 older adults in attendance. But
72-year history, Golden Slipper Camp is unable to host by offering a virtual component, we can still offer a space for older adults who
campers and staff. But the camp’s director, Uncle Justin, was determined to can’t make it to the seder but should still be able to be there”
keep campers engaged in the “Slipper Spirit.” Staff created a month-long virtual
calendar for campers to engage in programming, such as virtual get-togethers, For now, Golden Slipper is focused on trying to keep doing things for its
Mitzvah Mondays, talent shows and the end of year closing ceremonies. members that will remain relevant. Simon credits support from the greater
“Most camps are shut down,” Simon said, noting that camps that did open community and from the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia as a critical
in other parts of the country were devastated by COVID-19 outbreaks. “It was a component for its success.
difficult and tough decision to make but it was the right one. And the feedback
has been very positive.” “We are doing a good job,” he said. “We are thankful we are able to keep our
The camp offered families their deposits back or the option to roll them into community involved, we look forward to continuing to serve our community
next year and, with more than 100 campers already enrolled for next summer, and we will take the best of both worlds going forward — in person and virtual.”
the staff has a positive outlook for the future.
Another area of retooling was its in-person programs, Golden Slipper Gems,
which traditionally offers everything from recreational activities, such as games
and entertainment, to courses that explore popular topics in depth and intro-
duce older adults to new areas of learning and experience. Gems programs and
services are tailored to each of their locations to meet the specific needs of that
Programs take place at Adath Israel on the Main Line, at Shir Ami in Bucks
County and at Federation Housing locations. Golden Slipper had already
explored the idea of meeting its members where they were and had started the
year with a new pilot program that took all in-person programming at both the
Bucks and Main Line locations and putting them online under one banner. The
program started out strong, but then in March they had to move fully online.
“The staff didn’t miss a beat; they just jumped right in,” Simon explained.
“But moving everything to Zoom, including our lecture series, was our main
concern. The average age of our members is 80 and only half of them use email
or are online at all, so we were concerned that Zoom classes might not work. But
we could not have been more wrong.”
Simon noted that attendance has been extremely high for each session, and


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Claire D. Allen (nee Forman), on August 5, Anna "Chickie" Bernstein, Aug. 4,2020, of Janet Fuhrman (nee: Feldstein) died July 24, Isador “Ernie” Smolow died on July 28, 2020 Robert Lopez-Cepero, 76, loving husband to
2020, age 93 years, of Havertown, PA and Secane, PA; beloved partner of the late 2020. Beloved wife of the late Jay Fuhrman, after 99 great years. He is survived by Miri- Cynthia Garber, of Elkins Park, died on July
Pompano Beach, FL. Beloved wife of the late Arnold Dziobak; cherished daughter of the father of David (Eva), Richard, Joseph (Peri am (nee Hoffner), his beloved wife of 73 27, 2020, at the University of Pennsylvania
Norman S. Allen, loving mother of Francine late Herman and Anna (nee Lerner) Berstein; Kantor) and Paul (Randee) Fuhrman. Grand- years, his brother Manuel Smolow, sons Hospital. A private funeral was held on July
Allen-Robbins (Gerald) and Craig Allen loving niece of the late Essie Perchick; treas- mother of Cheryl (Gavin), Laura (Ben), Mi- Craig (Rhoda) and Ron (Nan), 6 grandchil- 29, 2020. Born in Bridgeport, Ct. and raised
(Karin), cherished sister of Jerome Forman ured friend of Ellen (Michael) Dine. Services chael, Jay Daniel (Emory), Jay Gilbert, Erica, dren and 10 great grandchildren. Ernie was a in Fairfield, Ct., he was the son of the late Lu-
(Deborah) and devoted grandmother to Shari and interment are private. In honor of her Annie, Jamie, Adam and Marissa. Great proud American. He came of age during the is and Kate (nee Tuozzoli), and younger
Robbins, Dori and Howard Ptak, Lori Rob- love for animals, contributions in Anna's grandmother of Zachary, Rebecca and Arielle. Great Depression and served with pride in the brother of the late Luis, Jr. Bobby graduated
bins and Brian Slipakoff, Alexis Allen and memory may be made to Born Free USA Contributions in her memory may be made to U.S. infantry in Europe. When he returned from Emerson College in 1965, earning a
Mark Shea and Zachery Allen and great- (, the International Fund for American Heart Association. Condolences home, he married his sweet-heart Miriam. Bachelor’s Degree in speech and communic-
grandmother to Nathaniel, Dana, Reid, Animal Welfare (, or the and more at Together, they worked hard to raise and edu- ation, majoring in technical theater: scenic
Madeline, Layla, Happy and Marlo. Graveside Pennsylvania SPCA ( cate their two sons. Ernie had a successful design and stage lighting, and minoring in
Services and Interment are Private. Contribu- BERSCHLER and SHENBERG career with the U.S. Dept of Housing and speech and English. His Emmy Award-win-
tions in her memory may be made to any JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS Urban Dev. In retirement, Ernie and Miriam ning television career at CBS, NBC, and ABC
Charity of the Donor’s Choice. GLICKMAN enjoyed their grandkids, world travel and affiliate stations began at Boston’s WBZ-TV,
winters in Florida. He devoted many years of where he produced and directed primetime
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS BOXER Linda D. Glickman, 72, of Allentown, passed service to the William Penn chapter of B’nai news, as well as live and taped children’s away August 3, 2020 in her home surroun- B’rith, The Masons and his local Condo programs. He next served at KYW-TV, where
Dr. Arthur D. Boxer, on August 5, 2020. Be- ded by her family. She was the wife of Dr. board. Most of all, his greatest honor was his he was the technical director of “The Mike
BECKER loved husband of Dr. Andrea (nee Salzmann); Ronald J. Glickman. Born in Philadelphia, royal family title – “Zayda” - as he was Douglas Show,” and worked with an incred-
Loving father of Dr. Louis (Suzanne Simen- she was the daughter of the late Abraham known by his grandkids, great-grandkids. ible array of celebrities, including an infam-
Edith Becker, July 29, 2020 of Evesham, NJ. hoff) Boxer and the late Sarah Boxer; De- and Celia (Freedman) Zeiger. Linda received a Contributions in Ernie’s memory can be made ous performance by John Lennon, Yoko Ono,
Wife of the late Charles Becker. Mother of voted grandfather of Samuel and Adam. Ser- Bachelors Degree from Framingham State to: Hadassah Fundraising, PO Box 1100 New and Chuck Berry. Following a brief stint in
Howard (Mikki) Becker. Grandmother of vices and interment are Private. Contribu- University in Framingham, Mass., and a York, NY 10268-1100, Holy Redeemer Hos- Chicago with WLS-TV, Bobby returned to
Lauren Becker and Brett Becker. Sister of tions in his memory may be made to a char- second Bachelors Degree from Misericordia pice, 521 Moredon Road, Huntingdon Valley, Philadelphia where he produced, wrote and
Teddy Breslow. Contributions can be made to ity of the donor’s choice. University in Dallas, PA. She was an Occupa- PA 19006. Bucks Co. Jewish Congr. Shir directed the news as well as talk, entertain-
Temple Beth Shalom, tional Therapist for the Warren County Ami, 101 Richboro Road, Newtown, PA ment, sports, and special programs for
GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S School District. Linda was very active at 18940. WCAU-TV, including the beloved “Gene Lon-
PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc. RAPHAEL-SACKS Temple Beth El and the Jewish Community don Show.” Following his retirement in 2003,
Cherry Hill, NJ Center. She enjoyed golfing and knitting, GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S Bobby continued to freelance for WCAU, book club and mah jongg. Survivors: Loving RAPHAEL SACKS where he worked on their Philadelphia Mu-
BERGMAN Husband, Ronald; Children, Jennifer Chaplis seum of Art, Franklin Institute, and National
BRUSH and her husband Mark, Lupita Knerr, Avram Constitution Center special exhibit TV spe-
Nancy Levin Bergman passed away on Au- Glickman and his wife Kate; Grandchildren, cials. He also directed “Bring in the Holidays
gust 2, 2020 at age 90. Nancy was born and Arlene Brush (nee Gruber), August 3, 2020. Keri and Travis Miller, Kasen and Jaxon KATZ at Longwood Gardens” as well as the WJJZ-
raised in Philadelphia. She was one of three Beloved wife of Edwin Brush, loving mother Knerr, William and Ryan Glickman. She was FM/NBC-10 “Smooth Summer Nights” jazz
daughters, along with Millicent and Vilma, of Alan and Scott Brush. Grandmother of Jac- predeceased by her brother, Steven Zeiger. Judge Leon Katz, August 3, 2020 of Phil- concerts from Penn’s Landing. His career in
born to Rose and David Levin. Nancy gradu- ob, Payton, and Barrett, Sister of Judy Fiume. Services: Due to COVID-19, Graveside ser- adelphia, PA. Husband of Sandra (nee Karp). television also led him to Cindy, the love of
ated from West Philadelphia High School in Aunt of Tracey (Larry) Laiken. Graveside Ser- vices will be held 1PM Wed., Aug. 5th at Beth Father of Jeanne Katz and Jack Katz. Step- his life, whom he first met in 1984 when she
January 1948 as vice president of her class. vices were held at Shalom Memorial Park. El Memorial Park, Whitehall. Arrangements father of Ellen Beth (Jeff) Lynes, Jeffrey (Eve) was an audio technician at WCAU-TV. The
She received her B.S. in Art Education from entrusted to Bachman, Kulik & Reinsmith Fu- Scher and Dr. Irving (Erin) Scher. Also sur- pair married in 2006 and traveled the world,
Moore College of Art in 1952. She taught JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS neral Home, Allentown. Social distancing will vived by twelve grandchildren and three notably visiting Morocco last year with Old
shop, mechanical drawing, and art at be maintained and masks are required. Con- great-grandchildren. Services, interment and York Road Temple-Beth Am on a Jewish her-
Narberth Elementary School and City Center tributions: In lieu of flowers, may be made to Shiva will be private for family only. Contribu- itage tour. Bobby learned late in life of his
Elementary School. She later became a fiber DONALD the American Cancer Society, 3893 Adler tions in his memory may be made to Mac- Jewish roots, became fascinated with learn-
artist and showed her work in Philadelphia, Place, #170, Bethlehem, PA 18017. cabbi USA C/O the Phyllis Magerman Fund or ing more, and not only converted to Judaism
Pittsburgh, Coral Gables, and Wilmington. Binnie Donald (nee Schuman) of Wayne, PA The Jewish Federation-Klein Life. in 2017, but dedicated much of his time to
Nancy met David Bergman on her 18th birth- passed away on July 28, 2020 in her home BACHMAN, KULIK, & REINSMITH studying Hebrew and immersing himself in
day on the first day of camp as counselors at surrounded by her family. Beloved wife of D. FUNERAL HOME JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS his synagogue community. A true Renais-
the YMHA camp in Zieglersville, PA. They James "Don" Donald for 53 years, loving sance man, Bobby enjoyed hobbies includ-
married 3 years later in 1951, and they had 3 mother of Melissa (Michael) Donovan and HASSON ing golf, skiing, ice skating, swimming, sail-
children: Leah (now deceased), Drew, and adoring “Grammie” to Sofia, Asher and KEVITCH ing, yoga, singing, stone sculpting, painting,
Michael. After marrying David, Nancy moved Joshua. She is also survived by the cher- Stephen Hasson (Steve), born August 13, and gardening. He recently taught himself to
to Center City Philadelphia. She was active in ished families of her late siblings Gail Mor- 1942, formerly of Bryn Mawr, PA. Died Benjamin Kevitch, 87, passed away at his play the ukulele and often serenaded family
Center City neighborhood organizations, in- genstern and Stuart Schuman. Binnie grew peacefully in Boynton Beach, FL July 23, home in Boca Raton, FL on July 31, 2020. He and friends, including his youngest grand-
cluding serving as the first president of the up in Philadelphia, graduated from Over- 2020. Beloved husband of Rhoda (Segal); was the loving husband of Janice (nee Spiel- son, who was enamored by it. He also dedic-
Greenfield Elementary School Home and brook High School, and loved her summers proud father of Jeffrey (Michelle) Hasson and man). He will be missed by his children ated much of his time as a volunteer with a
School Association. For over 25 years, she as a youth spent at Camp Akiba and down the Robin (Eric) Forti; grandfather of Jake Has- Robert (Carla) Kevitch, Andrew (Lisa) local hospice. Upon his retirement, he was a
volunteered in the Costume and Textile de- shore in Atlantic City. She earned her Bachel- son and Carli Forti, they were the love of his Kevitch, Michael (Stacy) Kevitch, Todd model and actor, with his face notably seen
partment at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. or’s in Education from the University of life. (Sandra) Kevitch, the late Stephen Kevitch as a one-story-tall portrait on the side of Jef-
Nancy enjoyed her summers with her family Pennsylvania in 1961 and, thereafter, be- and by his grandchildren Samantha (Quincy) ferson University Hospital for an ad cam-
at a bungalow colony in the Poconos, and came a French and Spanish teacher in the A Community Moore, Danielle, Austin, Lindsey, Tristan, paign that lasted more than five years. Bobby
later at Long Beach Island, NJ. She loved to Lower Merion School District where she met Remembers Sydney, Drew, Dylan, Lola, Izzy and Jeremy is survived by his wife Cindy Garber; daugh-
travel extensively in the United States and her husband Don. Binnie was known for her Kevitch. Benjamin was the proud owner of ters Megan Lopez-Cepero and Amy Okazaki
visited 88 countries from Point Barrow in kindness, devotion to family, enduring friend- Monthly archives of Capital Hotel Supply Co. Contributions in his (Hiroyoshi); stepdaughters Allison (nee Crad-
Alaska to Antarctica in the south. Her favor- ships, lifelong French study, involvement in Jewish Exponent Death Notices memory may be made to Hospice By The Sea ic) Rosen (Jeremy) and Dr. Melissa Cradic
ite trips included a Palace on Wheels in India, Congregation Or Shalom and, notably, her six in Boca Raton or the American Heart Associ- (Dr. Robert Homsher); grandchildren
Bali, the Greek Isles, and six trips to Israel to decades as a volunteer leader for Penn’s As- are available online. ation. Brandon McGee (Erica), Kiyomi Okazaki, and
visit two nephews. Nancy was a vibrant wo- sociation of Alumnae. She received the 1984 Zachary Rosen; sisters-in-law Carol (nee
man, loving mother, and, in the words of her Penn Alumni Award of Merit and remained JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS Garber) Steiner (Dr. Rob) and Nancy (nee
husband, the perfect wife. She is survived by continuously active in Class of ‘61 commu- Garber) Braitman (Arthur); and many dear
David, her husband of 68 years, sons Drew nications, events and reunions. Binnie would extended family members and friends. Con-
and Michael, six grandchildren and two frequently say that Penn is forever “locked in tributions in his memory can be made to Old
great-grandchildren. For the last year, Nancy my heart.” She treasured all of her com- York Road Temple-Beth Am or a charity of
lived in Columbus, Ohio near her son Drew. munities, her volunteer work, her strong your choice.
She loved Philadelphia, especially concerts, bonds with high school and college friends,
theater, and museums, and will be laid to rest rooting for the Phillies, and most of all, GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S
there at West Laurel Hill cemetery in Bala spending time with her beloved husband, RAPHAEL-SACKS
Cynwyd. Contributions can be sent to the daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren. Bin-
Philadelphia Museum of Art or to the charity nie’s warm smile, sincerity, and loving nature
of choice. Online guestbook at www.epstein- will be remembered as a blessing to all who knew her. Burial took place at Har Jehuda TO PLACE A MEMORIAL AD
Cemetery, Upper Darby, PA. Contributions in CALL 215.832.0749
EPSTEIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL her memory can be made to the University of
Pennsylvania Association of Alumnae Schol-
arship/Gift Fund.



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Betty Lou Malmud was born in Philadelphia Lois Z. Krouse Rosenberg of Newark, DE, Morris V. Shelanski, M.D., called “Doc” by Irwin H. Sailor, on August 5, 2020. Beloved Gerald Sclan, on July 31, 2020. Husband of
and grew up in the Wynnefield and Merion 89, passed away peacefully on Sunday, July many, passed away peacefully at home in husband of Donna (nee Weinstein); Loving Faye Deborah (nee Matusow). Father of
areas. She met her husband, Leonard, on the 26, 2020 at the home of her son and daugh- Wynnewood, PA, the morning of 23 July father of Todd (Debra) Sailor, Mark (Kath- Susan (William) Fabian and Aleta Voda.
beach in Atlantic City in 1948 and married the ter-in-law. Lois was born in Philadelphia, PA 2020. He lived a long and fruitful life and he leen) Sailor and Mindy (Jules) Shamberg; Brother of Harold (Barbara) Sclan. Grandfath-
following year. They were married 66 years. to the late Harry and Anna Krouse, the first of leaves us one month shy of 99 years of age. Devoted grandfather of Ryan, Jessica (Ryan), er of William, Kelly and Michael. Private Fu-
Her husband Leonard died in 2015. Betty Lou three sisters. Orphaned at age 11, she grew The son of Lithuanian immigrants, Dr. Erica (Eugene), Stephen and Jonathan (Lily); neral Services are being held. Contributions
was one of Philadelphia’s first female entre- up in the Jewish Home and various foster Shelanski grew up poor in South Phil- Adoring great-grandfather of Max, Lucy and in his memory may be made to a charity of
preneurs, opening a needlepoint business, homes. She graduated from Olney H.S. then adelphia with a childhood that nurtured his Cora. Services and interment are private. the donor’s choice.
Needlepoint Corner in 1964. She operated the met and married her soul mate, Samuel exceptional intellect and intense curiosity. He Contributions in his memory may be made to
business for 16 years. The business was Rosenberg (of Strawberry Mansion) after a earned an academic scholarship to Harvard a charity of the donor’s choice. GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S
first operated out of her home until the neigh- whirlwind romance. Lois and Sammy relo- College, then later his M.D. and Master Sur- RAPHAEL-SACKS
bors complained about the traffic. The busi- cated to the new suburb of Levittown, PA in geon degrees from McGill University. He GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S
ness was then moved to a store at the York- the mid-fifties, where Lois, the ultimate bala- began his professional career as a surgeon at RAPHAEL-SACKS
town Inn. Her hand painted canvases were busta, created a kosher home to raise their Philadelphia General Hospital, where he met,
one of a kind and can still be seen all over the two children. They joined Congregation Beth and later married the love of his life, Rita, a SOLOMON
city. The needlepoint Chuppah at Rodelph El which became the focal point of their reli- registered nurse. They were married for 65
Shalom was one of her projects. Betty Lou gious life. Lois had a beautiful soprano voice years. Dr. Shelanski served in the United SILVERMAN Lois Solomon (nee. Rothman), on August 6,
was a prominent figure with the Jewish Fed- and became a valued member of the syn- States Naval Reserve as a doctor doing spe- 2020. Adored wife of the late Louis Solomon.
eration of Philadelphia. Besides being a con- agogue choir for over 30 years. They hosted cial research in chemical warfare protection, Claire Mae Silverman (nee Rosen), 91, of Devoted mother of David (Lila) Solomon and
tributor, she was the founder and President many holiday and Sedar dinners, and were for both the Army and Navy, and promoted to Boca Raton, Fl and Margate, NJ, passed away Beth (John Matthews) Solomon. Contribu-
of the Federation Thrift Shop, a member of exuberant participants in multiple Broadway Lieutenant Commander. After the Navy he on July 30, 2020 of complications of the tions in her memory may be made to Ride
the Women’s Leadership Board, a Pacesetter shows at Temple Shalom. She loved becom- worked with his brother, Herman, at Industri- COVID-19 virus. Born on January 8, 1929 in Hard Breathe Easy
co-chair and served on numerous commit- ing a Bubbi and doted on every one of her al Toxicology Laboratories in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, she was raised in Wynnefield, whose mission is to end the stigma and suf-
tees. Betty Lou was also a founder and pres- grandchildren and great grandchildren. Los- and both were among the nation’s first toxic- where she met her beloved husband Richard fering for all lung cancer patients and care-
ident of B’Nai Brith Four Freedoms Chapter, ing her beloved Sammy, she joined the Wid- ologists. Together they invented Povidone- Silverman. They were married at Har Zion givers. Donations can also be mailed to RHBE
past president and life member of the Board ow and Widowers Club and traveled extens- Iodine, commonly known as Betadine, an iod- Synagogue in 1947 and were active mem- 1119 Coventry Avenue Cheltenham, PA
of the Philadelphia Heart Institute and Pres- ively including two trips to Israel. Relocating ine-based anti-bacterial liquid, in use now bers for years thereafter. Together they built 19012.
ident of Elder Craftsmen, Inc. She was in- to Jenkintown, PA she joined Keneseth Israel since 1953 in hospitals and clinics the Richard Automotive Group consisting of
volved with Friends of Moss, Paley Day Care, (KI) and immediately became a member of throughout the world as a pre- and post-sur- seven franchises in four locations in the GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S
Golden Slipper Women and was a lifetime the choir of which she remained until she gical wash. This has helped save millions of western suburbs of Philadelphia. They raised RAPHAEL-SACKS
member of the Albert Einstein Auxiliary. could no longer travel. The rabbi, the cantor, lives. He started his own company, Product three wonderful, loving and successful chil-
She is survived by her two daughters; Jo Ann the choir, and synagogue members of KI be- Investigations, Inc., testing many chemicals, dren, Cindy, Leslee and Scott. Claire Mae
Malmud and Elizabeth Rultenberg, (Lance) came her extended family and she enjoyed substances and cosmetics for safety and effi- reveled in their accomplishments and would
three grandchildren, three great grandchil- seeing them weekly. Lois was predeceased ciency for both the government and commer- not necessarily wait to be asked before brag- TANENBAUM
dren, two sisters and lots of nieces and neph- by her parents, Harry and Anna Krouse; her cial marketplace. While at Harvard, he took ging. Later in life, she began a new career as
ews. Donations may be sent to; Jewish Fam- beloved husband, Sammy; her sister Roberta coursework in archeology and ancient civiliz- a realtor in Margate, NJ working with Fox and Sheila Tanenbaum (nee Axel), on August 1,
ily and Children Services or the Alzheimer’s Kronstadt; her special Aunt Eva Vittes; and all ations that kindled his passion for classical Lazo (Northfield) and Prudential Fox. There 2020. Adored wife of the late Morton. De-
Association or a charity of choosing. of her in-laws. She is survived by and will be art and antiquities. Dr. Shelanski amassed a she enjoyed her many interactions with her voted mother of Beth (Michael) Gilman,
greatly missed by her adoring daughter Fern much-admired collection over 40 years and clients, learning their individual stories and Howard (Debbi) Tanenbaum and Joan (Elliot)
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS Kushner (Richard) of Newtown, PA; her de- was well known at antique stores from Phil- helping to fulfill their real estate needs. Claire Forchheimer. Loving sister of Isabel Rudolph, voted son and daughter-in-law Alan Rosen- adelphia to Boston. His passion for collect- Mae and Richie always had a deep connec- the late Helen Donsky and the late Miriam
berg and Lynda Delcollo of Newark, DE who ing was tempered only by Rita, and he often tion to their Jewish heritage and were active Mersky, and sister-in-law of the late Elaine
MILLER lovingly attended to her through the end of had one of his children sneak the latest paint- in American Jewish Congress and many syn- Schultz. Cherished grandmother of Jaclyn
life; granddaughter Kara Cardinal (Brian) of ing or Chinese vase into a closet in the agogue committees through the years. They (Mitch), Eli (Abby), Ilana and Jacob and great
Elaine Susan Miller (nee Birnbaum) on Au- Naples, FL; grandsons Zachary Kushner house, lest he be caught and have to face her instilled this commitment in their children, grandmother of Charlotte, Evelyn and Ben-
gust 2, 2020. Wife of the late Ralph; mother (Lauren) of Newtown, PA; Scott Rosenberg wrath. He was a true Renaissance man in who all spent many summers at Camp jamin. Also remembered by many loving
of Charles (Lynne) Miller; and Art (Karen) and Steven Rosenberg of Malvern, PA; great- terms of his talent for calligraphy, his mul- Ramah in the Poconos, and both daughters nieces and nephews. Sheila was proud of be-
Miller; grandmother of Andrew, Josh, Shana, grandsons Sammy Kushner of Newtown, PA tiple patents for “ahead-of-their-time” tech- taught Hebrew school. This transcended to ing President of her Student Council, an avid
Sami, and Sara; Graveside Services are and Kaleb Graham of Millsboro, DE; cousin nical medical devices, his expertise and un- her grandchildren, who are all raised with supporter of Hadassah and Co-President of
private. Contributions in her memory may be Joan Chadbourne of Portland, ME; and es- wavering devotion to the Sunday New York deep connections to their synagogues and Hazak at Ohev Shalom of Bucks County.
made to The American Cancer Society, 1818 tranged sister Deborah Levy (Mel) of Times Crossword Puzzle, and for his love of the Jewish tradition. Everyone who knew Private Graveside Services are being held.
Market Suite, 2820 Phila., PA 19103. Delaware; plus a multitude of nieces and classical music and high-end, high-fidelity Claire Mae will remember her with a smile Contributions in her memory may be made to
nephews. Contributions, in Lois’ memory, stereo equipment. Above all else, Morris and a story. They will all comment humor- Ohev Shalom of Bucks County,
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S may be made to Keneseth Israel in Elkins Shelanski was a deeply kind and generous ously of Claire’s bouffant hairdo, that never
RAPHAEL SACKS Park, PA, B’nai B’rith, or State of Israel. man who loved his large family. Nothing changed. She loved to sit and talk and tell
made him happier than to have them all to- tales of her travels around the globe, busi- GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S gether for Shabbat dinners, where he would ness experiences and, of course, her family. RAPHAEL-SACKS
RAPHAEL-SACKS hold court afterwards for hours telling jokes She always enjoyed a party and was the joy-
PRESSMAN and hilarious stories. He leaves his much-ad- ous hostess of many large family gatherings ored wife Rita, his five children, Joseph through the years. She was robust and
Howard L. Pressman, on August 1, 2020. (Sharon), Herman (Patty), Samuel, Anne strong willed, having survived two different TOLL
Beloved husband of Ina (Resnick). Devoted RUSKIN (John Dougherty) and Stephan. His legacy episodes of cancer, winning the battles with
father of David Pressman (Christina) and also includes 12 beloved grandchildren and her positive attitude. She is survived by her Lowell Toll, a former bail bondsman, died
Robyn Purvis (Christopher). Dear brother of Rosalyn Ruskin (nee Glick) of Philadelphia , two great-grandchildren in a long, happy life siblings, Barbara (Bobbie) Segall and Richard peacefully at home on July 31, 2020. Be-
Perry Pressman (Della). Loving grandfather passed away on July 7th, 2020. Beloved wife guided by the ethics and morals of Judaism. Rosen (Henrietta): her children, Cindy Imber loved husband of Gloria (nee Malnick). De-
“zayda” of Emily, Megan, and Rachel. Also of the late Arthur Ruskin, mother of Sharon The world is a better place because of him, (Paul), Leslee Tabas (Richard), Scott Silver- voted father of Lisa (Harvey) Ostroff and Brad
survived by many loving nieces, nephews, Rassman and the late Robin Schatz. Sister of and he will be greatly missed. man: her grandchildren, Jessica Imber, Erica Toll. Cherished grandfather of Noah ( Ashley)
great nieces and great nephews, and many Norma Kushner and the best grandmother of Imber, Aaron Imber, Charles Tabas, Richard Ostroff, Matthew (Katie) Ostroff and Hannah
loving friends. Mr. Pressman was Past Mas- Jill and David Brody (Liza Dabrow). Aunt of WWW.WESTLAURELHILL.COM Silverman , Remick Silverman; her great (Ben) Appel, Doting great grandfather of Ri-
ter and Treasurer of Hackenburg-Mt. Moriah Robert and Steven Kushner. Funeral ser- grandson, Austin Imber; and many dear and ley, Jade, Logan, Spencer, Landon, Emily and
Lodge #19 F & AM and was Vice Principal of vices were private out of respect for the cov- A Community beloved nieces and nephews. Private Owen. Services were private. Contributions in
the Temple School of Instruction of the Ma- id virus and for the safety of our family and Remembers graveside service will be held for the family. his memory may be made to the Ostroff
sonic Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Contri- friends. Roz will be mostly remembered for Contributions can be made in her name to Gl- Scholarship Fund, c/o Old York Road Temple
butions in his memory may be made to her outgoing, vivacious, personality, who Monthly archives of ida’s Club of South Jersey guildasclub- Beth Am, 971 Old York Road, Abington, Pa.
Shriners Hospital for Children or St. Jude’s never passed a person without happily enga- Jewish Exponent Death Notices 19001 or BE THE MATCH (Bone Marrow
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$210,000 INSTRUCTION claims against said estate are re- persons named. All persons hav- LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
215-832-0749 3rd floor, Roomy 2 BD 2 BA, quested to make known the same ing claims against said estate are above estate have been granted to
classifi[email protected] Sunny front balcony, modern EDUCATION PLUS to her or her attorney and all per- requested to make known the same the undersigned. All persons in-
kitchen, custom closets, wash- sons indebted to said decedent are to them or their attorneys and all debted to said estate are requested
DISPLAY ADVERTISING: er/dryer, custom lighting, Private tutoring, all subjects, requested to make payment persons indebted to said decedent to make immediate payment, and
mirrored closets, ww carpets, elemen.-college, SAT/ACT prep. without delay to the Executrix are requested to make payment those having legal claims are to
215-832-0753 coat closet, large balcony, Avail- named below. without delay to the Executrix present same without delay to:
able immediately. Special 7 days/week. Executrix: named below. Executor: Robert J. Eberhardt c/o
DEADLINES: $189,900 Expd. & motivated instructors. Kathleen P. DeStefano Executrix: John A. Torrente, Esquire Begley,
LINE CLASSIFIED: 12 p.m. Mondays Heat & A/C, pool, gym, 24hr c/o Diane H. Yazujian, Esquire Susan H. Darrow Carlin & Mandio, LLP P.O. Box 308
DISPLAY ADVERTISING: 12 p.m. Fridays doorman, storage, reduced (215)576-1096 P.O. Box 1099 c/o 540 Swede Street Langhorne, PA 19047
cable, community room North Wales, PA 194514 Norristown, PA 19401 Attorney:
ADULT 55+ COMMUNITY Attorney: Attorney: John A. Torrente, Esquire
KKKKKK CHANDELIER RESTORATION Diane H. Yazujian, Esquire Amy W. Sosnov, Esquire Begley, Carlin & Mandio, LLP
TERRACES-New Listing 4th North Wales, P A19454 540 Swede Street P.O. Box 308 Langhorne, PA 19047
The DeSouzas are floor. Sun drenched, 1 BD, 1 SERVICE Norristown, PA 19401 ESTATE OF MARY BUETTLER, DE-
Back on Bustleton! BA, full kitchen, ceiling fan, foy- Rewiring, refin, cleaning. Looks ESTATE OF ALICIA ANTOINETTE ESTATE of DORSHMA FRAZER CEASED.
er closet, modern bath, large brand new when we're thru. YARNELL a/k/a ALICIA YARNELL, a/k/a DORIS FRAZER Late of Philadelphia
And, We're Back bedroom w/closet. Great view. Howard Serotta 215-423-2234; DECEASED. LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
in Business! Large balcony, steps from the 368-4056 Call 215-920-2528 Late of Philadelphia above Estate have been granted to above Estate have been granted to
elevator. $150,000 LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on the undersigned, who request all the undersigned, who request all
The Summer Market TERRACES-2nd floor. Designer, MOVING/HAULING the above Estate have been gran- persons having claims or demands persons having claims or demands
is Hot as Can Be! roomy 1 BD, 1 BA. Corian kit- ted to the undersigned, who re- against the Estate of the decedent against the estate of the decedent
With interest rates chen counters, wood floors, lots NORTHEAST MOVING quest all persons having claims or to make known the same, and all to make known the same and all
@ historic lows & a of closets, washer/dryer, large demands against the estate of the persons indebted to the decedents persons indebted to the decedent
balcony over looking woods. Best rates around 1 pc to entire decedent to make known the same to make payment without delay to to make payment without delay to
short supply of inventory, $149,900 home moved anywhere. Lic. Ins. and all persons indebted to the de- Patrick A. Frazer, Executor c/o their JOANNE BUETTLER, EXECUTRIX,
Your home's value has TERRACES-Top floor, 2 BD, 2 dependable 215-677-4817 cedent to make payment without attorney Vincent Carosella, Jr., Es- c/o Harry Metka, Esq., 4802 Ne-
never been higher! BA, new granite kitchen, new re- delay to DAVID YARNELL, ADMIN- quire Carosella & Associates, P.C. shaminy Blvd, Ste. 9, Bensalem, PA
frigerator, new washer/dryer, CEMETERY LOTS FOR SALE ISTRATOR, c/o Harry Metka, Esq., 882 South Matlack St., Suite 101 19020
Now Really is the Time to new heating and a/c, new elec- ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL 4802 Neshaminy Blvd, Ste. 9, Ben- West Chester, PA 19382 or to their Or to her Attorney:
List with Us! tric, custom lighting, custom CEMETERY salem, PA 19020, attorney: HARRY METKA
closets. Sunny balcony. Near el- Or to his Attorney: Carosella & Associates, P.C. 4802 Neshaminy Blvd, Ste. 9
Call Andi or Rick DeSouza To place an ad in the evator and parking. Reduced TWO burial plots Sec. O, Lot 25, HARRY METKA Vincent Carosella, Jr. Esquire Bensalem, PA 19020
for an appointment & we Real Estate Section $214,900 Plots 1 & 2. Along walking path. 4802 Neshaminy Blvd, Ste. 9 882 South Matlack St. Suite 101 ESTATE OF MARY J. CAMPBELL
call 215.832.0749 Seller will pay adm. fee Bensalem, PA 19020 West Chester, PA 19382 a/k/a MARY CAMPBELL, DE-
Results, Not Promises! ESTATE OF ANNARITA R. McFAD- a/k/a EVELYN BERLIN, DECEASED. Late of Philadelphia
TERRACES-Renovated 1 BD, 1 Email: [email protected] DEN a/k/a ANNARITA McFADDEN, Late of Abington Township, Mont- LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
RE/MAX BA, modern open kitchen, DECEASED. gomery County, PA above Estate have been granted to
Eastern, Inc. washer/dryer, carpets, lots of SITUATION WANTED Late of Philadelphia LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the the undersigned, who request all
closets, sunny balcony. $1500 LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the above Estate have been granted to persons having claims or demands
Eric DeSouza TERRACES-Tenant moving in Caring & Reliable above Estate have been granted to the undersigned, who request all against the estate of the decedent
Associate Broker September. Classic 2 BD, 2 BA, the undersigned, who request all persons having claims or demands to make known the same and all
Andrea DeSouza open galley kitchen, all new ap- Experienced & Trained persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent persons indebted to the decedent
Sales Associate pliances, wood floors, ceiling BONDED & LICENSED against the estate of the decedent to make known the same and all to make payment without delay to
fans, sunny, tiled balcony. Avail- to make known the same and all persons indebted to the decedent DAWN M. CAMPBELL, EXECUTRIX,
Eric Cell able October 1. $2000 Available 24/7 persons indebted to the decedent to make payment without delay to c/o Harry Metka, Esq., 4802 Ne-
TERRACES-Currently rented. All 20 Years Experience to make payment without delay to MICHAEL BERLIN and ANNE BER- shaminy Blvd, Ste. 9, Bensalem, PA
215-431-8300/8304 new, corner 2 BD, 2 BA, open EUGENE J. MCFADDEN, EXECUT- LIN, EXECUTORS, c/o Rachel Fit- 19020,
Bus 215-953-8800 granite kitchen, wood floors, Very Affordable OR, c/o Harry J. Metka, Esq., 4802 oussi, Esq., 62 W. Princeton Rd., Or to her Attorney:
washer/dryer, fans, Tenant 215-477-1050 Neshaminy Blvd., Ste. 9, Bensalem, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004, HARRY METKA
[email protected] moving soon! $ 2100 PA 19020, Or to their Attorney: 4802 Neshaminy Blvd, Ste. 9
RYDAL-Custom stone, TERRACES-UNDER CON- 20 Years Exp C.N.A. 24 Hr. Avail- Or to his Attorney: RACHEL FITOUSSI Bensalem, PA 19020
4 bedroom, 3.5 bath STRUCTION All new, top floor. ability. Run errands, light house- HARRY J. METKA 62 W. Princeton Rd. ESTATE of Rona A. Hamilton aka
Cape. Traditional in- 2 BD, 2 BA, new granite coun- work etc. Live-in or hourly. Exc 4802 Neshaminy Blvd., Ste. 9 Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 Rona Hamilton; Hamilton, Rona A.
terior. One owner. ters, wood floors, washer/dryer, Refs. Neg Salary Theresa 267- Bensalem, PA 19020 ESTATE of Joann E. Reardon; Rear- aka Hamilton, Rona, Deceased.
$ 4 9C9 ,o0n0ra0d Kraus lots of closets, courtyard set- 591-9382 don, Joann E., Deceased. Late of Philadelphia, PA.
ting. $2100 Certified Nursing Assistant ESTATE OF LAWRENCE D. McCAR- Late of Philadelphia, PA. Letters Testamentary on the above
Real Estate Inc. looking to care for you. Hon- RON a/k/a LAWRENCE DAVID Mc- Letters Testamentary on the above estate have been granted to the un-
215-379-8100 NEWLY RENOVATED est, Patient & Dependable. CARRON, DECEASED. estate have been granted to the un- dersigned. All persons having
HALLWAYS & LOBBIES Clean, Alcohol & Drug free. Late of Philadelphia dersigned. All persons having claims against or indebted to the
GYM, POOL, PARKING Excell refs 20 yrs. exp. LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the claims against or indebted to the estate should make claims known
above Estate have been granted to estate should make claims known or forward payment to Christopher
610-667-9999 Cynthia 215-526-7726 the undersigned, who request all or forward payment to Michael L. Hamilton, c/o Hope Bosniak,
Realtor® Emeritus. EXPERIENCED CAREGIVER persons having claims or demands Reardon and Andrew Reardon, c/o Esq., Dessen Moses & Rossitto,
G5oSotagrlewHinanrevr,ePyhSillkylaMraogff against the estate of the decedent Ned Hark, Esq., Goldsmith Hark & 600 Easton Road, Willow Grove, PA
NURSING ASSISTANT, to make known the same and all Hornak, PC, 7716 Castor Ave., Phil- 19090, Executor. COMPANION, SEEKING IN-HOME persons indebted to the decedent adelphia, PA 19152, Co-Executors. Dessen, Moses & Rossitto
to make payment without delay to Goldsmith Hark & Hornak, PC 600 Easton Road POSITION JOSEPH F. KEENAN, EXECUTOR, 7716 Castor Ave. Willow Grove, PA 19090
10 years experience providing 202 W. Winona Ave., Norwood, PA Philadelphia, PA 19152
Follow us on non-medical in home care includ- 19074, ESTATE OF DAVID E. McNEIL, SR.
ing: Helping seniors with daily Or to his Attorney: a/k/a DAVID E. McNEIL, DAVID
@jewishexponent living activities, Bathing, dressing, BRADLEY NEWMAN McNEIL, DECEASED. Follow us on
cooking, & laundry, running ESTATE & ELDER LAW OFFICE OF Late of Philadelphia
errands, light housekeeping, BRADLEY NEWMAN LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on @jewishexponent
transportation & more 123 S. Broad St., Ste. 1030 the above Estate have been gran-
Contact Abraham 484-844-0151 Philadelphia, PA 19109 ted to the undersigned, who re-
quest all persons having claims or
To place an ad in the demands against the estate of the
Real Estate Section decedent to make known the same
call 215.832.0749 and all persons indebted to the de-
cedent to make payment without
MINISTRATRIX, c/o Adam S. Ber-
nick, Esq., 2047 Locust St., Phil-
adelphia, PA 19103,
Or to her Attorney:
2047 Locust St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103


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the above Estate have been gran- ted to the undersigned, who re- Dietra Vernice Malik was filed, address your reply to: Minister of Mosque No. 12.
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delay to HOWARD M. SOLOMAN, MINISTRATOR, c/o Amy H. Besser, sons interested may appear and with jokes The Donald had told to Jewish
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WEISER-CHUCKER Kaiserman JCC to Temporarily Close Masks Designed Just for Clergy
Fitness Center Rabbi Robyn Frisch of Temple Menorah Keneseth
Madeleine Weiser of Penn Valley and Palm Beach THE KAISERMAN JCC announced Aug. 5 that it Chai in Northeast Philadelphia noticed that while
Gardens, Florida, along with Shelley and Greg was temporarily closing its fitness room as of Aug. 20 there were plenty of masks online for brides and
Markus of Sarasota, Florida, and James Chucker because of pandemic-related economic issues. grooms, she couldn’t find one for clergy.
and Leslie Held of Edina, Minnesota, announce the
engagement of their children Amy Lauren Weiser “We continue to operate with massive uncertainty, So she asked friend Shelly Shotel to make one for
and Michael David Chucker. and the JCC is not immune to the practical and her, which started a sideline for Shotel, owner of Izzy
economic consequences that face so many businesses J Events, with numerous orders from rabbis, cantors
today,” CEO Amy Krulik and board president Cindy and clergy of different faiths. The masks will be added
Smukler said in an email to members. to the website as a new product.

Kaiserman JCC Photo by Amy Krulik

Amy is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania “Please know that we have done everything A mask selection Courtesy of Shelly Shotel
and a partner at HawkPartners, a strategic marketing possible to find a path that would allow us to keep
and consulting firm. the fitness room open,” the email continued. “The “I shared a picture of me in the mask in several
combination of capacity limitations on gyms and clergy Facebook groups I’m in and got lots of positive
Michael is a graduate of Florida State University member health concerns about working out inside comments,” Frisch said.
and is pursuing a master’s degree in real estate devel- have reduced membership revenue to a point where
opment at New York University. it can no longer cover the operating costs of this part The masks, which cost $12-$18, feature words
of our facility.” such as “rabbi,” “cantor,” “clergy” and “Shana Tovah”
Amy is the daughter of the late Les Weiser. in Hebrew. Masks for the High Holidays are being
Sharing in the couple’s happiness are Amy’s After being closed for several months, the JCC’s produced as well.
siblings, Rachel and Josh Weisman, their children fitness center reopened on a limited basis on July 11.
Jules and Gabe, and Josh and Morgan Weiser and Shotel, who lives in Horsham, taught at both
their children Mia and Logan. The couple resides Camp Kef will continue to run at the JCC through Temple Sinai in Dresher and Gratz College High
in Greenwich Village, New York, and plans a 2021 Aug. 14. In addition, the pool will remain open through School and now tutors children in Judaic studies,
wedding in Philadelphia. Labor Day for those with summer swim memberships Hebrew and secular studies. l
and those who are signed up to use the pool. A possible
Photo by Alexandra Kreps extension of pool use until right before Rosh Hashanah
is under consideration as well. Group fitness classes
will continue to be available virtually.

All JCC memberships except for those using the
pool will be frozen.

— Compiled by Andy Gotlieb

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