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Jewish Exponent Sept. 7, 2017

Jewish Exponent Sept. 7, 2017

SEPTEMBER 7, 2017 / ELUL 16, 5777
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OF NOTE A Year On,
City Adjusts
LOCAL to Life Sans
Ursinus Exhibit
on Holocaust
Photos show Jews ABOUT A YEAR SINCE the Consulate Alt-right members prepare to enter Charlottesville, Va.’s Emancipation Park holding Nazi,
wearing Nazi-era General of Israel for the Mid-Atlantic Confederate and Gadsden “Don’t Tread on Me” flags last month.
yellow stars. Region closed its Center City doors, some
people still feel betrayed. Photo by Anthony Crider/Wikimedia Commons
Page 4
ey can’t understand why a city with ADL Sees Further
LOCAL such a vibrant Jewish community was Increase in Donations
deemed expendable.
Kohelet Yeshiva MARISSA STERN | JE STAFF In the a ermath, people across the
Fuses Education At the same time, they reluctantly con- country voiced their concern and horror.
and Technology cede the transition to using a New York THE MID AUGUST EVENTS that
Personalizing City o ce hasn’t been that bad. While transpired in Charlottesville, Va., during And in addition to Facebook statuses
learning a key goal. Consul General Dani Dayan and Deputy the “Unite the Right” rally, which le decrying the attitudes of the white nation-
Consul General Amir Sagie aren’t able to one woman dead, provided Nazi-inspired alists and the myriad solidarity march-
Page 6 attend nearly as many events as their Phil- imagery many thought they’d never see es and protests that sprouted across the
adelphia predecessors, they’ve managed to again and hoped their children would country (including in Philadelphia), many
LOCAL do their part. never see in their lifetimes. opened their wallets.

Stosh Cotler It hasn’t gone unappreciated. A er the Charlottesville incident,
to Speak About “I have to say, we have been positively
Women surprised and very grateful for the work of
Bend the Arc CEO the economic mission and the leadership
often is outspoken. of Dani Dayan and Economic Minister to
North America Inon Elroy,” Vered Nohi,
Page 11 executive director of the Philadelphia-Is-
rael Chamber of Commerce, said of the
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Ursinus Jewish Star
Exhibit a Portrait of
Life Then and Now

LOCAL the Holocaust and had a good ible every day Top: Ursinus College professors Cari Freno and Julin Everett flank a
JON MARKS | JE STAFF friend in high school who was and bearing the photo of Hadassa Cudzynowski in the Scene/Unseen project. Above left:
Jewish and started talking to consequences of Régine Ajdelson. Above right: Chana Zylberman
MAYBE SOME URSINUS her about it,” said Everett, an that,” said Ever-
College students will notice assistant professor of modern ett, who tracked Photos by Jon Marks
something di erent on cam- languages. “Her dad’s parents down a number
pus this fall. Maybe they won’t. had come over from Europe of people hold- timeless. We should not still among people,” Freno said. “Stu-
but had lost a lot of people. ing the original be doing this.” dents walking along will see this
Maybe they’ll start asking photographs giant image and there’s no expla-
questions, wondering why “I started doing this archi- and received Perhaps Scene/Unseen will nation, so they’re going to talk to
there are black-and-white por- val work in photography and reproduction open the door to change — each other.” l
traits of all sizes with boys found these photos and was authorization. or at least make others think
and girls, men and women, just blown away. ey were “These photo- about it. Contact:
wearing a star across campus. taken in various studios across graphs inspire;
Maybe they won’t care. Europe. It was common in me. ey make “It doesn’t answer the ques- 215-832-0729
Europe for people to walk me think about tions, but it pushes at more ques-
But Cari Freno and Julin down the boulevard and have what it means tions and creates a conversation
Everett, the creators of Scene/ themselves photographed.” to be visible and
Unseen, a unique project of to celebrate that
individual and family por- What was less common was and be fearless
traits wearing that yellow Jew- for them to pose wearing the about it.”
ish star required by the Nazis Jewish star, which branded
in occupied Europe, can’t wait them with a mark of shame They hope to
to nd out. according to the Nazis. De - strike a similar
antly, many still did, essentially chord on cam-
“That’s kind of our inten- telling the rest of the world they pus, then pass
tion for how we were plan- felt no shame being Jewish. the baton on to
ning to install it,” said Freno, someone else who might pick
an assistant professor of art “ ey’re really a phenom- up the exhibit, which ends
and history in drawing and enon, posing for the por- Dec. 16.
sculpture, who researched trait and purposely showing
which materials would work the image,” said Freno, who “One of the things hav-
best and give it an artistic did her undergraduate work ing these portraits around
f lair. “To have it go up and be at the University of the Arts. campus does is it replicates
there as part of the environ- “ ey’re taking this mark what was happening when
ment. As students are going of what was supposed to be people started wearing
about their daily lives, they shameful and turning it into a their stars,” Everett said.
start to develop relation- source of pride. “Having neighbors either
ships with their surround- sympathizing with you
ings. Then, over the winter “Visually, that’s powerful or have them whispering
break, we’re planning to take and where we start talking behind your back because
them down without fanfare, about deeper questions like they just found out you
so that when they come back how do you represent your- were Jewish. We chose a lot
to school all those portraits self? Developing my own of these portraits specifi-
would not be there.” teaching, I’ve realized how cally because many of them
difficult it is to have these could be our students.”
at seems tting, since conversations today. I want
several of the people in the to get better at it and for my ose students may look at
portraits encircling the Col- students to be able to talk today’s world and see the same
legeville campus became about uncomfortable sub- kind of discrimination and
Holocaust victims. ere are jects when they leave this prejudice taking place every
19 in all, and each has a story. institution. I find it real- day — only without the distin-
ly compelling in terms of guishing yellow stars.
Freno and Everett, who was thinking about visible and
working on her doctorate at invisible minorities.” “Sadly, it’s always rel-
UCLA doing archival research evant,” said Everett of the
when she came upon the por- It’s an issue Everett knows exhibit, which was more than
traits, know them all. all too well. two years in the making. “It’s
definitely timely, but it’s also
“I was always interested in “I have the experience as
a black woman of being vis-


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Kohelet Yeshiva Opens Doors to K-8 and
a Future for Innovation
The new building that K-1

LOCAL grades K-8 to its institution. classrooms,” he explained. students are occupying will
RACHEL KURLAND | JE STAFF e middle school division Instructions are personal- become the center for arts and
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IT’S NOT EVERY DAY that a o cially began last week for ized to each student while also
high school is excited to intro- the 2017-2018 school year, with developing social-emotional Photos by Rachel Kurland
duce elementary- and mid- 33 students out of Kohelet’s components. Kohelet students
dle-school students to its halls. total of 206. o en use school-sanctioned
iPads or Chromebooks to com-
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nity of students and educators rooms follow the AltSchool easily submitted and accessed
within the old mansion walls model, a Silicon Valley-based by teachers via the AltSchool
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Hebrew Academy in its prime in multi-age classrooms to per-
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“Hogwarts” — enters a new era human interaction. It’s actually
of education fused with tech- Rabbi Gil Perl, head of to use technology to take away
nological innovation. Kohelet, was taken by Alt- all the administrative pieces
School’s curriculum. It started and make it much easier to
Two years ago, Kohelet four years ago, creating a private preserve meaningful human
Yeshiva High School in Merion schools network to collect data interactions between students
Station merged with Kohelet on individual-based education. and students, teachers and stu-
Yeshiva Lab School, a project of dents, teachers and teachers,”
the Kohelet Foundation, adding “It was the closest thing I Perl added.
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foreign journalists’ itineraries, crystals into the gas chambers.
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show its best side, through our
monuments, culture, hospitali- Za e was rst diagnosed
ty, wonderful music,” Olszewski with dementia in October
told a Polish newspaper. “Aus- 2015, and his trial didn’t start
chwitz is not a tourist product as scheduled in Feb. 16 a er a
but a place of martyrology, rev- doctor said he was un t to be
erie and re ection, and we are transported to court.
promoting Poland as an attrac-
tive tourist destination. … I do “Now the dementia has
not need to expose places and reached a severity that the defen-
events connected with the his- dant is no longer able inside and
tory of other nations.” outside the courtroom to reason-
ably assess his interests or coher-
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Witold Bańka tweeted that he the prosecutors’ statement said. l



Stosh Cotler to Speak About Social Justice
and Women’s Role in a Communal Agenda

LOCAL now some of the issues they’re
JON MARKS | JE STAFF focusing on have not made it
to the communal agenda. My
STOSH COTLER, the out- hope and feeling is that hav-
spoken CEO of Bend the Arc, ing these events, where women
will speak at the fall event of are front and center on these
the Jewish Federation of Great- issues, they become part of the
er Philadelphia’s Women of mainstream conversation.
Vision program on Sept. 14 at
Germantown Jewish Centre. “ ese are critical issues not
just for women and girls, but
Cotler’s organization is for all of us.”
“building the power and pas-
sion of the progressive Jew- At Bend the Arc, Cot-
ish movement in America by ler’s focus has been on cre-
bringing together Jews from ating social awareness,
across the country to advocate which has led the organi-
and organize for a more just zation to strongly oppose
and equal society,” according much of President Donald
to its website. Trump’s agenda. But she’ll
keep politics out of it when
And Cotler said she won’t she addresses the Women
hold back when discussing the of Vision, even though she
role women now play in society. believes Bend the Arc’s phi-
losophy is more aligned with
“Men and boys certain- the public than many realize.
ly do have a role to play in
the changes we want to see in “Bend the Arc’s positions
broader society and the [Jew- and work on issues are turning
ish] community,” Cotler said. out to be at the dead center
“Women working together and of what a majority of Amer-
celebrating each other can pro- ican Jews think, believe and
vide a real validation. But right vote,” said Cotler, who moved
up from executive vice pres-

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AEPi at Drexel Honored as Top Chapter

LOCAL then came home. I wasn’t social of Life,” said Coopersmith, “AEPi is an incubator
JON MARKS | JE STAFF at all. But you get here and see who grew up in Lower Mer- for young Jewish leaders,”
such a tight-knit Jewish com- ion and attended Main Line explained Coopersmith, who
SHY, INTROVERTED and munity, and inside that com- Reform Temple and Harriton is majoring in marketing and
still dealing with the loss of his munity are the brothers and High School. “It really shows management. “ ey come to
father when he was 11, Jonathan leaders of AEPi.” college with all di erent
Coopersmith had never heard of e fraternity tries to religious backgrounds. But
Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) before change lives beyond its frat regardless of your back-
he arrived at Drexel University. house on North 34th Street. ground, we’re all Jews in
The chapter recent- the end.”
e fact that it turned his life ly reached its goal of rais- Coopersmith said there’s
around is just one of the rea- ing $10,000 through various more to winning the Scherr
sons he believes the fraternity’s activities, including the AEPi award than a trophy.
Delta Rho chapter was recently In Your Eye fundraiser to “It de nitely helps you
awarded AEPi’s Louis Scherr support the Gi of Life bone recruitment-wise,” he said,
Outstanding Chapter Award. marrow donor program. It An AEPi Greek Week Mural “but the most important part
also organized We Walk to Photos by Jon Marks of winning this is it’s valida- JONATHAN COOPERSMITH
“When I came to Drexel, I Remember, an event dedicat- tion for all the long hours
didn’t even think about the Jew- ed to Holocaust remembrance, you have the opportunity to and hard work we’ve put in.” ships at home to having a solid
ish life at all,” said 20-year-old and helped with the Mount Car- save someone’s life.” “Having this is almost an group of Jewish guys at AEPi who
Coopersmith, who is the chap- mel Cemetery cleanup. Founded in 1995, this was the extension of what I had at home,” can all relate to each other. l
ter president. “I didn’t think “We found out one of our third time Delta Rho has won agreed 20-year-old junior Alec
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December ’56 in the Exponent: 40 Would-be Snowbirds Have

Hungarian Jews Arrive in Philadelphia Plenty of Options
By Dec. 28, many of the read-
COMMUNITY AID MOBILIZED FOR 15 NEW FAMILIES ership’s snowbirds would have
already departed for warm-
ANDY GOTLIEB | JE MANAGING EDITOR Soviet troops and the er climes, but for those who
Hungarian secret police. hadn’t, travel agencies adver-
THE IMPACT OF the Hun- It didn’t take long tised numerous possibilities.
garian Revolution of 1956 for the Soviet troops Not surprisingly, a big ad
reached Philadelphia by year’s to quell the revolution; on page 28 touted a free res-
end, with the Dec. 28 Jewish a new Soviet-installed ervation service for Miami
Exponent reporting on the government was in Beach hotels, with seven-day
arrival of 40 Hungarians. place by early 1957. package trips from $112 —
“Fi een family groups, the In the aftermath, although $19 less by train. Car
vanguard of many more Hun- about 20,000 Hungarian rentals were just $1.36 per day.
garian Jews expected in the Jews ed the country. Features included Cadillac
coming weeks and months, e 40 who arrived taxi transfers to and from the system of exchange names. e
they arrived still bewildered, in Philadelphia late in hotel, a “night club party with “LO” might have been short
clutching their children’s the year had been stay- cocktails,” a beach bag and a for Locust, Lowell or Logan,
hands, and carrying meager ing at a United HIAS free water skiing lesson. Air- according to Notes on Nation-
possessions in knapsacks and Service shelter in New lines used included the now-de- wide Dialing, 1955, an AT&T/
battered suitcases,” according York City or at Camp funct Eastern Air Lines and Bell publication.
to the issue’s lead article. Kilmer, N.J. When they di erence is that we have the National Airlines, which billed ose not interested in
e article was accompa- arrived in Philadelphia, what organization and sta ready for itself as “Airline of the Stars.” Florida could take trips to
nied by a photo of one of the was then-called Jewish Family the job. e big problem is that Note the ad’s phone number Mexico, Bermuda, California,
arrivals — a 3-year-old boy Service “put them up in hotels, of nances.” (LO8-0680), which uses the old Israel or the Caribbean. l
named Gaby holding a sign met their immediate needs,
that simply read “ anks.” and provided counseling and
e Hungarian Revolution, other help to start them on
which spanned parts of October the road to adjustment to their Delco Chabad to Move
and November in 1956, started new life in America.” from House to New Home
as a nationwide revolt against
the government and its Sovi- Jewish agencies said the
assistance provided was
et-imposed policies. Begun as straining budgets.
a student-led demonstration, “In some respects this is like be used fulltime for classes, interest in having this thing
the revolt led to the govern- 1938 and 1946 over again,” said LOCAL a Hebrew school, a monthly succeed,” he said, noting that

ment’s collapse, with protestors Ralph Huberman, president of ANDY GOTLIEB | JE MANAGING EDITOR Shabbat dinner, other Jewish the Chabad center has allowed
organizing into militias to ght Jewish Family Service. “ e programming and, of course, him to better connect with
CHABAD OF DELAWARE religious services. his religion than other syn-
County has found a new home Congregants are in the agogues. “We’re just looking
“Being hungry — one that isn’t in its direc- process of converting the site for something a little more
Name: Mazon affects your tors’ house. from many small rooms to exciting and personable.”
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”how you act. conducted events at the home “The hardest part was the cost still needs to be raised.
of Rabbi Tzvi and Rikki Altein. MRI room itself — there was Anywhere between 10 and
Starting with the upcoming a lot of metal shielding that 150 people have attended
High Holidays, however, the had to be removed.” Chabad of Delaware Coun-
center will have a dedicated When completed, the ty events, Altein said. He
space at 580 Reed Road in sanctuary will be able to seat expects up to 100 people will
Broomall, behind the Law- about 80 people comfortably, attend High Holidays ser-
rence Park Shopping Center, with room for an addition- vices. He noted that there’s
Tzvi Altein said. al 20 to 30 during the High no cost to attend.
“We used to rent space Holidays. Chabad of Delaware County
at the Haverford Reserve Congregant Richard Cohen draws the bulk of its partici-
for the High Holidays,” said of Ardmore has lent his con- pants from Broomall, Haver-
Altein, describing his new struction background and town, Newtown Square and
1,600-square-foot space. tools to aid in the demolition Media, with a few from Spring-
Formerly an MRI facility, work, which is ongoing.
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New Program Allows Einstein Healthcare
to Better Communicate with Russian Patients

LOCAL ▲ Ellen Zagrebelsky and Patient Care Coordinator Lora Bederman patients my way and I help out, was committed to working in
MARISSA STERN | JE STAFF Photo provided so this helps [her] see much the eld and went to school for
more patients and also we’re science and health care.
CALLING TO SCHEDULE other kind of help patients help of their practice manager able to bring new patients into
doctor appointments, pre- need a er they see the doc- and others, they worked to cre- the practice.” “I promised myself when I
scription re lls and follow-up tor at the geriatric practice on ate the program. was a little child because my
appointments is a headache Bustleton Avenue. “We know the needs of our For them, being able to grandfather was paralyzed for 10
enough already, but when “Any home care services, patients, and this is why we used serve this population better has years, and there was not enough
English isn’t your rst language, adult day care programs, Meals all this money available to bene- personal ties. assets in Kiev, unfortunately,
the di culty only increases. on Wheels, and so forth,” t all our patients,” she said. such as wheelchairs, commodes
Bederman said. “We try to Bederman specifically Zagrebelsky moved to the and so on,” she noted. “I prom-
at’s what Einstein Health- keep our population at home as works with those needs — area with her husband, mother- ised myself I will always help
care Network’s Russian Language long as possible. … Anything especially logistical issues the in-law and two daughters from people in need and I love what I
Care Coordination Program is they need, I go out to their patients may face. Kiev 25 years ago, nodding to do. I come to work with a smile
seeking to alleviate — and so far, homes and I assist them with.” “All our patients are involved help she received from Jewish on my face every day and I feel
it seems to be working. ey serve roughly 250 home- in the program; almost all of Family and Children’s Service. very happy and lucky to be a part
bound patients, Zagrebelsky not- them need some kind of help,” of this practice.”
rough a grant from the ed. When the grant became a Zagrebelsky said. “If they She and her husband both
Bernard and Etta Weinberg possibility, geriatrician and divi- already have home services and had fellowships with Einstein, For them, being able to com-
Family Fund in partnership sional chief Dr. Andrew Rosenz- transportation, they need help leading to the long commitment municate with their patients
with the Jewish Federation of weig began brainstorming. to arrange appointments and to to the health care network she and work with them to get
Greater Philadelphia, the pro- “As soon as we learned that schedule that somebody would has today. One of her daughters them care has been rewarding.
gram was created in February there’s money available, he be able to come with them.” worked there, too, before mov-
and is particularly successful at started to come with ideas of “Due to the success,” Beder- ing to work at Je erson. “ is help came in such a
Einstein’s Prime Health prac- how can we use [it], what kind man added, “we’re able to timely manner. Everything
tice in Northeast Philadelphia, of program can we create?” grow, we’re able to see more Her other daughter said clicked in one place at the right
whose population is heavily Zagrebelsky said. And with the patients. [Zagrebelsky] sends there were too many doctors in time because we thought we
Russian and Ukrainian. the family and she decided to be need that kind of help but we
a lawyer, Zagrebelsky laughed. just did not have any resourc-
“English-speaking patients es,” Zagrebelsky said. “We
can read literature, but they still In her personal experience, became more popular in the
have a really di cult time to working in this eld has showed Russian-Jewish population
navigate through the resources her that America treats its elder- because people talk to each
available to help them,” noted ly better than other countries. other and they express great
Dr. Ellen Zagrebelsky, “but for satisfaction with the care they
Russian-speaking patients … “I joke always that when get in our practice, which is
they have really deep problems this program ends I will retire really, really nice to hear.
to learn about resources avail- because I will not work in any
able and to get some help when other conditions,” she said with “So we have happier patients
they need it.” a laugh, “because I really think — and the doctor is happy,”
this is what we need, and all she added, “because I see my
Patient Care Coordinator patients deserve to have com- patients getting the best possi-
Lora Bederman works to solve plete care, not just medical care ble care, and this is our goal.” l
those problems. but have all of their needs met.”
She helps schedule appoint- Bederman also moved from;
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didn’t have the assets to become
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Parisian Artist Homeward Bound for Exhibit
at Beth David Reform Congregation

LOCAL on the outside, but that’s not miere his art exhibition. But it is view reception, and will remain “ e idea is that you can see
RACHEL KURLAND | JE STAFF always the case on the inside a more signi cant homecoming on display until Oct. 7. it from across the room,” he
— just peek at some of Jim as his work will be shown at Beth said. On a closer look, positive
DISPARITIES BETWEEN Kendall’s artworks, and the David Reform Congregation — e exhibit will feature six and negative spaces — good
what makes a person good or complexities are visible. where Kendall grew up. 7-foot-tall inkwork paintings versus bad — are like puzzle
bad may be easily identi able and drawings in the chapel, pieces. Negative sections oat
Kendall returns to his native His “Beinoni Series” opens which he created speci cally
Philadelphia from France to pre- Sept. 8, which includes a pre- for the space. See Artist, Page 17



Artist paintings to stained glass — of does the good thing because confront these issues and still a bit of a smart aleck.
which Kendall was awarded they know it’s the right thing.” enjoy life and have a good time. “He said, ‘What is the de -
Continued from Page 16 a commission by the city of It doesn’t need to be dark and
Chartres, known for its stained e theme of righteousness depressing when you’re con- nition of childhood?’ And
about elsewhere on the canvas, glass art — will be on display ows throughout his pieces, fronting these complex and Jimmy — I was called Jimmy
though their sizes don’t com- in the social hall. which appeals to Kendall on a very important issues; this idea — said, ‘Oh, that’s when you
pletely t the positive space. human level. of it’s not frivolous to have fun.” run around the house yelling
Kendall become a Bar Mitz- mommy, mommy, mommy,’” he
Other selections of his work vah and con rmed at Beth e love of study in Judaism, His wife, Emmanuelle, is quipped in a high-pitched tone.
from his 30-year career, rang- David, back when the building paired with the concept of con- also an artist, who originally
ing from sculptures to textured was located in Wynne eld as stantly questioning, intrigued prompted the move to France. e rabbi humored him:
opposed to its current Glad- Kendall, as did beinoni. “So what’s the de nition of
Jim Kendall paints a piece for wyne location. “I didn’t know much about adulthood?”
the “Beinoni Series,” which will “Externally, the actions of a France or the language much,
be on display in Beth David Returning home to Beth righteous person and a beinoni but I met her in New York. “I said, ‘ at’s when you
Reform Congregation’s chapel. David is another opportunity are exactly the same,” he noted, She was an art student. ings run around the house saying
for Kendall, as he only gets a because the di erences come from started really well with us and mommy, mommy, mommy,’” he
Photo provided couple times a year to visit the within. “You never know what continued really well with us,” bellowed in a deep voice.
area since moving just outside someone’s inner world is like.” he smiled. His two adult chil-
Paris more than 20 years ago. dren have dual nationalities. Pre-teen jokes aside, the
For the showcase, his ambi- takeaway still holds true.
“I don’t make it in for the tions are simple: “It’s about Kendall acknowledged
High Holidays,” he laughed. communicating humanity.” Henry Cohen, the Beth David “Human needs are constant
But the showcase in his child- rabbi during his youth, who and we need each other,” he
hood synagogue gives meaning ough humanity is inte- taught him the importance of said. “You need your mom or
to his roots. gral, he’s still unsure where his Jewish study, which continues we need each other, we need
inspiration directly comes from to impact his creativity. the community. I didn’t realize
e large drawings all relate — as long as it has some person- [at the time] I was walking into
on the theme of the beinoni, al e ect on him, he’s happy. He remembered Cohen told some real content.” l
which Kendall explained refers a story at his 1976 Bar Mitzvah
to “someone who is neither “I certainly try not to go — of a moment in the class- Contact:
classi ed as good or bad, but down this hole of guilt and room when Kendall was being;
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Consulate “Having a guy in New York Philadelphia team, have come
is not fair and disrespectful on a regular basis.
Continued from Page 1 to a community as large and “First and foremost, we real-

New York. “ e priority they as in uential as Philadelphia’s ly feel it’s a privilege to have an
have given to our region and Jewish community. With New important metropolitan center
the fact they have participat- York, they think of us now as that has a very dedicated and
ed frequently in our events is an a erthought. in uential Jewish community.
encouraging. “ ey can’t be spread out “We’ve always cherished
“But the closing of the con- that much.” Philly and, looking back a
sulate here de nitely had an
impact on us. We de nitely
miss them and, as a resident of The closing of the consulate here
the region, I feel a di erence. If definitely had an impact on us. We definitely
you have a child visiting home
because they’re away at college, miss them and, as a resident of the region,
as much as they come to visit I feel a di erence.”
it’s not like they’re living in your
home. … I’m just sorry we don’t VERED NOHI
have local representatives.”
She’s not alone. According to Sagie, nothing year, we’ve done whatever we
“Having a member of the could be further from the truth. could. We’re trying as much
Israeli government here was “We won Philly,” said as possible to be present
a tremendous bene t to the Sagie, who estimates he’s vis- on the ground. We’ve real-
community,” said Lee Bender, ited the city at least 10 times, ly enjoyed working together
co-president of the Greater Phil- while Dayan and Director with everyone from the may-
adelphia chapter of the Zion- of Regional A airs Michael or’s office to local Jewish offi-
ist Organization of America. “I Alexander, who came to New cials, and are looking forward
don’t feel the same bene t now. York a er being part of the in the new year to being able ▲ Former Consul General of Israel to the Mid-Atlantic Region Yaron
to enhance this.” Sideman and Consulate General of Israel in New York Dani Dayan

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upcoming 70th anniversary as documents for the military, made up of more than 50 per-
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a state, Alexander said several go to New York. ere’s cer- want to please their moth-
projects are in the works that tain things you can mail, but ers,” said Lou Balcher, former
Depth: 5.5 in Shireinu will include Philadelphia. At typically other things need to director of academic a airs for
the same time, the New York be taken care of in person. nine years with the consulate.
CongregationColor: Black plus one o ce has increased its man- Even though they try to be as “You’re talking about a country
helpful as they can, they are that can decide what it deems
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done on-site here. been rumored for years, was happen, because it’s the right
Sings with Soul, Yet the loss is felt in other not easy, factoring in issues of thing to do.”
diplomacy and nance.
Prays with Purpose ways. Sagie doesn’t disagree.
“It was a mistake,” said E. “I know there are a lot of “Hopefully one day some-
and Learns with Laughter Harris Baum, Philadelphia’s issues in Israel that people here body will wake up and say,
wouldn’t understand or don’t ‘ is is something we should
High Holiday Tickets honorary consul of the Repub- want to — issues in the for- do,’” Sagie said. “ ere’s a very
lic of Korea. “We have a lot of eign ministry with the budget good reason we had an o ce
major gi -givers in the Phil- and how many consulates they in Philadelphia for 50 years.
are Available adelphia and tri-state area. had,” said Steve Friedman, an Any time we have to close an
ey’re giving, but there’s no attorney who went to Chel- embassy or a mission, there’s
major cohesion for groups try- tenham High School with the a lot of bad feelings. ey get
Held at ing to step up to the plate in late Yoni Netanyahu and has used to having an Israeli con-
kept in touch with his younger sulate and nobody wants to
Barrack Hebrew Academy, bringing the Jewish communi- brother, Israel’s prime minis- lose that.” l
ter, over the years.
Bryn Mawr ty together. Contact:
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Rabbi Jeff Eisenstat attracted a lot of people. We “You have to understand
lack that now.”
& Rabbi Sarah Messinger ere’s also the logistical
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and SPLC, as did 20th Century enforcement and with local
Fox CEO James Murdoch, who leaders, etc., we were sadly
announced he will be giving $1 prepared for much of what
million to the ADL. happened in Charlottesville
MGM Resorts Internation- because we had been track-
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employees’ donations to civil said. Sta had already created
rights groups, including the analyses of what they thought
ADL, and even dating apps would happen, preparing vid-
like Bumble chimed in, which eos, petitions and logs ahead
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donors, the organization’s “but this was almost a culmina-
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Nancy Baron-Baer noted. a lot of the preparation we had
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are recognizing how import- e donations it’s received
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EDITORIAL Neo-Nazis Living Five Minutes

How to Help Houston From Home in Arlington, Virginia

THE SIZE AND DEVASTATION of Hurricane Harvey came as BY RICK BLACK A man waved a large Amer- I walked around Jerusalem
a surprise. e scenes of catastrophic ooding were barely com- ican ag; cars slowed and carrying a gas mask like a kid’s
prehensible as one of the nation’s largest cities appeared to sink NOT LONG BEFORE Shab- honked as they went by. A lunch box.
beneath unrelenting rainfall. Four feet of rain fell on Houston, bat, my wife checked her couple of policemen stood to
the greatest amount of precipitation from a tropical system in the smartphone and saw an email one side and an NBC television Now it’s America’s turn to
continental United States. from our neighborhood’s Next news truck was doing a story. deal with terrorism — and with
Door website: An impromp- We were looking for friends its homegrown neo-Nazi and
Houston is home to some 63,700 Jews. According to the Jewish tu counter neo-Nazi protest and neighbors when I spotted white supremacist movements.
Federation of Greater Houston, 71 percent of the community lives was being held at the Domin- my daughter’s friend’s mother. Our fate as a nation is at stake.
in areas that have experienced high ooding. at includes 12,000 ion Hills Shopping Center in Don’t wait. Don’t just stay at
seniors. e water that submerged the city signi cantly ooded Arlington, Va. “I wanted to do something home. You are not immune. It
three of Houston’s ve major synagogues, and the Evelyn Rubin- a er Charlottesville,” she told can happen by and to you. Be
stein Jewish Community Center of Houston, the city’s only JCC, In shock, she read about
was ooded with 10 feet of water. Jewish schools remain closed, how six neo-Nazis showed up White supremacist protesters clash with police in Charlottesville, Va.
with some experiencing major ooding. It may take years to recover. earlier that morning to com- Photo by Evan Nesterak via Wikimedia Commons/
memorate the 50th anniversa-
If the severity of the storm was a surprise, the immediate ry of the assassination of the us, “but I didn’t know what to vigilant. Be proactive. One day,
response of assistance and compassion from the rest of the founder of the American Nazi do — and then this happened God forbid, the numbers might
country was not. e Jewish community is no exception. In the Party, George Lincoln Rock- in my own neighborhood.” be reversed.
Houston area, local Jewish camps are housing refugees forced well. He was shot and killed
to evacuate their homes, and the Israeli humanitarian group by a former member on Aug. My own neighborhood. So, act now. Stand up and be
IsraAID is coordinating an aid campaign, including sending 25, 1967. In fact, he was shot at’s the phrase that struck counted among those against
volunteers to Houston. and killed in a strip mall ve me. If you think that you are hatred and ignorance. Before
minutes from our home, where immune or that this can’t hap- it’s too late. Write a letter.
Local Jewish federations quickly set up relief funds to take my wife did yoga, where I get pen by you, you’re wrong. Make a phone call. Talk to
donations from the public. e umbrella Jewish Federations of haircuts from a Vietnamese
North America’s Emergency Committee is working with local immigrant and where I go to a
federations to aid recovery and ensure that urgent needs are chiropractor.
met, with priority given to Houston’s Jewish community. To that
end, the organization announced late last week the approval of I knew about Arlington
a rst grant of $500,000 to assist displaced families and to help being a hotbed of pro-Na-
repair the estimated 1,000 homes in the Jewish community that zi support in the 1930s, but
sustained severe damage. I didn’t realize how close to
home it was. In fact, the Upton
e Jewish religious movements have their own relief initia- Hill Regional Park where I
tives, as does B’nai B’rith International. Chabad has mobilized swim is located on what used
forces, sending personnel and supplies to Houston. And the Rab- to be called “Hatemonger Hill.”
binical Council of America and Orthodox Union, in addition to Here, Rockwell turned a house,
raising funds, are organizing volunteers to recite psalms. which he reportedly rented
for $1 per year from a sym-
Once the area is safe for volunteers, the Nechama relief orga- pathizer, into “storm trooper
nization is planning to spend at least six months in the cleanup
e ort, and is looking for volunteers who aren’t afraid to get dirty. If you think that you can just watch TV or read the paper and things will
improve, you’re deluding yourself.
What the soaked and shell shocked residents of the fourth-larg-
est metropolitan area in the country need most right now is barracks,” stringing up Nazi If you think that you don’t neighbors. Stage a pro-peace
money and plastic — gi cards from major national retailers that banners and using it as one of have to be vigilant, you’re protest — whatever you do, do
residents can use to buy clothing, toiletries, household items and his headquarters. mistaken. it before the neo-Nazis come to
school supplies. your neighborhood.
After lighting candles, If you think that you can
We wish those hit so hard in Houston a swi and complete saying the blessings and an just watch TV or read the paper Rick Black was a reporter in the
recovery and urge our readers to assist in any way they can. abbreviated Shabbat dinner, and things will improve, you’re Jerusalem bureau of The New
As Rabbi David Lyon of Congregation Beth Israel in Houston we drove ve minutes up the deluding yourself. York Times from 1989 to 1991,
wrote: “Hurt has no shame and no label; we just need to heal one hill to see what was going on. and subsequently worked as the
another.” l About 150 people turned out, I lived and worked as a press liaison for the Consulate
bearing signs proclaiming, reporter in Israel for six years, General of Israel in Philadelphia
Join the conversation! “Love, Not Hate” and “United covering terrorist attacks, from 1994 to 1998.
Against Hate.” the rst intifada and the rst
Tell us what you’re thinking Persian Gulf War.
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Bringing Jewish History to Life: KVETCH ’N KVELL

The World Jewish Congress Monuments Story Is Complicated
MALCOLM LAZIN WAS WRONG, historically speaking, in
BY MENACHEM Z. ROSENSAFT WJC has been a key force in the from Jewish Holocaust victims assuming that the same racism that led to the commissioning of
e orts to persuade European and their heirs. the Progressive Age monuments to the Confederacy included an
MY LATE TEACHER and governments to provide resti- equal dose of anti-Semitism (“Where are the Confederate Jewish
mentor Elie Wiesel once tution for property looted from Eli Rosenbaum, the long- Monuments?” Aug. 31). In fact, it is a complicated story. South-
explained that, “In my tradi- Jews during the Holocaust. e time head of the U.S. Justice ern Democrats like Woodrow Wilson simultaneously promoted
tion we have the expression WJC has also been a stalwart Department’s O ce of Special the career of Louis Brandeis while working toward segregating
‘to be like a bow.’ You pull the ally of the State of Israel in Investigations, who oversaw the American military. By contrast, Republican Boston Brah-
arrow and you are tense, but the international arena, and is the WJC’s exposure of the Nazi mins vehemently opposed the justice from Kentucky on anti-Se-
you don’t let the arrow go, ever. today at the forefront of the past of a former U.N. secretary mitic grounds. Other elements in the South were responsible for
general and Austrian presiden- the lynching of Leo Frank at exactly the same time Brandeis was
e tension must be there; you ght against any delegitimiza- tial candidate, gives a fasci- a rising star in the world of progressive politics.
don’t release it. Well, this is tion of the Jewish state. nating insider’s account of the
what … a book should be.” notorious Waldheim A air. Ultimately, he asks the wrong question. In my opinion, the
About two years ago, when real question is, where are the monuments to the Jewish abo-
is was my goal for e WJC President Ronald S. Laud- Natan Lerner, the director of litionists like Rabbi David Einhorn of Baltimore’s Har Sinai
World Jewish Congress, 1936- er and CEO Robert Singer rst the WJC’s Israel Branch from Congregation and Philadelphia’s Reform Congregation Keneseth
2016, the newly published told me that they wanted to pub- 1966 until 1984, writes about the Israel? Einhorn, who served both during the Civil War and
history of the preeminent inter- lish a comprehensive account of WJC’s relationship and interac- despite the deep polarization of his time and place, stood up cou-
national Jewish human rights the WJC’s rst eight decades, tions with the State of Israel. rageously against slavery and helped establish what is now called
organization that I was privi- we opted not to have a single Evelyn Sommer, chairperson the tikkun olam movement in the American Jewish community.
leged to compile and edit. e historian write an academic, of the WJC’s North American Rebecca Gratz worked tirelessly on behalf of wounded Union
book had to re ect the di erent chronological study based pri- Section, depicts the instrumen- soldiers, and Abraham Greenawalt of Montgomery County won
tensions and the diversity of marily on archival research. tal part played by the WJC in the Medal of Honor for valor in combat in 1864.
voices that have characterized
the World Jewish Congress Instead, wherever possible, ghting against and ultimately Perhaps it is time for the American Jewish community to con-
(WJC) ever since its founding we invited individuals who had rescinding the U.N. resolution tribute again to our country’s changing civic culture with Civil
in August 1936 in the shadow personally participated in the equating Zionism with racism. War iconography and narrative, just as it did when it commis-
of ever increasing persecution sioned Moses Jacob Ezekiel, ironically a veteran of the Confed-
of Jews in Nazi Germany. The WJC has been instrinsically involved in most erate Army, to create the monument to Religious Liberty in 1876
of the dramatic events that have defined Jewish that now stands in front of Philadelphia’s National Museum of
e WJC has been intrin- history over the course of the past 80 years. American Jewish History.
sically involved in most of
the dramatic events that have WJC’s activities and accom- Maram Stern, the WJC’s dep- Rabbi Lance J. Sussman | Senior Rabbi,
de ned Jewish history over the plishments to write rst-person uty CEO for diplomacy, rem- Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
course of the past 80 years, from accounts for the book. In addi- inisces about the complexities
the darkest hours of the Shoah tion, we asked scholars with of attempting to maintain rela- JWV Is a Living Monument
to the ful llment of the Zionist particular expertise to contrib- tions with Jewish communities THE ABSENCE OF material monuments to signi cant Jewish
dream. It was the WJC that rst ute chapters about notable epi- in communist countries during contributions is only a part of the post-Civil War denial of Jewish
alerted the free world that Nazi sodes of the WJC’s history. the Cold War years. involvement (“Where are the Confederate Jewish Monuments?”
Germany was implementing Aug. 31). e Jewish War Veterans (JWV) was created in 1896
a plan to annihilate European us, Monsignor Pier Fran- WJC CEO Robert Sing- by Civil War veterans to prove that Jews have proudly served
Jewry, and it was the WJC’s cesco Fumagalli, vice prefect er describes the organization’s this country since the Revolutionary War era and to recognize
Swedish Section that devised of the Biblioteca Ambrosiana broad array of present-day dip- the sacri ces Jewish veterans have made in every war the United
and nanced Raul Wallenberg’s in Milan, recalls the pioneer- lomatic initiatives, programs and States has been involved in — including both sides of the Civil
mission to provide life-saving ing role of the WJC’s Gerhart activities, including its intensi- War — thus assuring that the dual traditions of Judaism and
visas to the Jews of Budapest. M. Riegner in cra ing a new Americanism are sustained.
Catholic-Jewish relation- ed e orts to support and pro-
A er the end of World War ship. Gregg J. Rickman, who tect Jewish communities across JWV and Post 305 here in Philadelphia are proud to represent
II, the WJC became the princi- led the U.S. Senate Banking the globe threatened by resurgent and give testament to Jewish involvement in our war e orts, to
pal political advocate on behalf Committee’s examination of anti-Semitism and terrorism. advocate for all veterans’ rights, to support veterans in need, to
of the Jewish survivors of the Swiss banks and their treat- honor those that have passed on, and to visit and entertain veterans
Holocaust forced to live in dis- ment of Holocaust-era assets It is our hope that the WJC’s in VA hospitals that might otherwise feel they have been forgotten.
placed persons camps in Germa- during and a er World War II, past accomplishments will
ny, Austria and Italy. During the describes how the WJC and its continue to be a foundation for Sanford M. Barth | Newtown Square
1950s and early 1960s, the orga- then-President Edgar M. Bron- its future. l
nization engaged in its high-lev- fman spearheaded the cam- Statement From the Publisher
el diplomatic negotiations that paign to force Swiss banks to Menachem Z. Rosensaft is general
enabled Jews from Morocco, disgorge more than $1 billion counsel of the World Jewish Con- We are a diverse community. The views expressed in the opinion columns and letters
Tunisia and Algeria to emigrate they had wrongfully withheld gress, and teaches about the law of published in the Jewish Exponent are those of the authors. They do not necessarily reflect
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Are We Doing Enough When it
Comes to Mental Health?

BY JOSHUA RUNYAN keeps me up at night. As an Despite a national conver- Maybe the problem is one astation wrought in Texas by
American, I nd it sobering sation on suicide spurred by of parenting techniques. We’ve Hurricane Harvey. We must
THE APPARENT SUICIDE that a staggering one in 12 such programs as Net ix’s 13 spent generations instilling in also do so when confront-
of 21-year-old Nicholas Moya college students in the Unit- Reasons Why and the death our kids the need to succeed, ing the current and poten-
last week ratchets up the tally of ed States makes a suicide plan three years ago of Penn fresh- but seem to have de-empha- tial devastation wrought by
University of Pennsylvania stu- and that, according the Cen- man Madison Holleran, we sized the need to develop a mental illness. Doing so will
dents lost to suicide to an aston- ters for Disease Control and unfortunately remain a society sense of self and independence. require no less effort than
ishing 14 in just four years. Prevention, suicide is the No. 2 where there’s little compunc- Maybe it’s one of values. that expended in and around
leading cause of death for those tion in seeing a doctor for a Houston; we should start by
at Moya, a former presi- between the ages of 15 and 34. cold that last more than two In all probability, the prob- refocusing our attention on
dent of the campus’ historically weeks, but a lasting stigma for lem is all of that and more. those around us, our family
Jewish Sigma Alpha Mu frater- Surely, more must be done seeking help with depression And lest anyone think that it members, our friends and our
nity, had just embarked on the to stem the rising tide of our that can last months. only a ects our young, it turns communities.
start of his last year at Penn young people being convinced out that middle-aged men —
makes the tragedy all the more that the best option to deal with A er Holleran died, Penn a demographic I myself am In the struggle to succeed
incomprehensible. whatever of life’s challenges responded by increasing the approaching with each pass- and in imparting our values to
they’re facing is to end life itself. sta at Counseling and Psycho- ing day — make up the largest our children, we must never for-
e o cial obituary for the logical Services and expanding increase in suicides nationwide. get that life itself has an innate
Radnor High School graduate Years ago, Congress thought the center’s hours. e uni- value in nitely greater than the
noted that he died “a er a long it had a solution by requiring versity now stresses to incom- Research suggests that those value placed on accomplish-
battle with depression.” When private health insurance plans to ing freshmen the importance with a tight-knit social network, ment. Let’s make sure our loved
seen in the light that more than cover mental illness at a parity of recognizing warning signs whether of family or friends, ones understand that. l
half of the clients of college with coverage of physical illness. among themselves and their are less likely to attempt sui-
counseling centers have severe Many insurance plans expanded friends. And yet, nothing and cide and have better outcomes Joshua Runyan is the editor-in-chief
psychological problems — while mental health coverage, co-pay- no one was able to stop Moya when facing failure and other of the Jewish Exponent. He can be
anxiety and depression are the ments to therapists became when he needed it most. challenges. It’s not the number reached at jrunyan@jewish
most common mental health equalized with those paid to of people who you surround
ailments a ecting students — it physicians, and special deduct- Maybe the problem is one of yourself with, but the level of
begs the question: Who at Penn, ibles for mental health treatment resources. For a society that has support and commitment they
or at Temple, Drexel, Villanova became a thing of the past. But devoted gobs of money to curing can provide that matters.
or any of the other colleges and look at the map of mental health cancer — Penn, for instance, is
universities in and around Phil- practitioners across the Delaware one of the coordinating campus- As a nation, we demon-
adelphia, will be next? Valley and you’ll see that nding es of the nation’s Cancer Moon- strated the power of humani-
those that actually accept insur- shot program — are we devoting ty when we responded — with
As a Penn alumnus and ance is no easy task. enough to mental health? money, with time and with
a father, it’s a question that physical effort — to the dev-

ADL munities that may not be able be split between ADL Philadel- ing hate and violence seen in “It’s important for gov-
to afford some of our train- phia and the NAACP. Charlottesville, Va.” ernment officials to show
Continued from Page 19 ings that are not offered at their constituents, to show
no cost, it helps us get out to Per a Tria o cial, $702.30 Points include “elevating the citizens of where they
its broad mission — which cov- more synagogues. was raised for the ADL and prioritizing anti-bias and live, that they and the
ers everything from advocacy through the 10 percent of sales, anti-hate programs in our community in which indi-
in government to education “Many of our o erings are plus another $105 in donations nation’s schools” and “promot- viduals live believe in the
and training of law enforce- done at no cost to anyone,” she from guests. ing law enforcement training importance of combating
ment. added, “and in order to contin- on responding to and report- hate, of combating extrem-
ue to o er trainings and educa- Government officials, ing hate incidents, hate crimes ism and discrimination,”
“We need the funds to be tion at no cost, we need these including Mayor Jim Kenney, and domestic terrorism.” Baron-Baer said.
able to keep doing work in all kind of donations to come into have stepped up to help in a
those different areas,” Bar- the o ce.” different way. Among the more than 300 “What would it say if the
on-Baer noted, “so if there signatories are Kenney, as well as city said, ‘I’m not interested
is an increase in donations, In Philadelphia, local peo- On Aug. 18, the ADL and mayors from Pennsylvania cities in that’? What would it tell its
it certainly helps provide us ple and even restaurants have the U.S. Conference of Mayors Easton, Allentown, Downington, constituents?” l
with more educational tools, stepped up. announced a 10-point May- Bethlehem, Harrisburg, Pitts-
more resources, more train- ors’ Compact to Combat Hate, burgh, Scranton and York. Mayor Contact:
ings for law enforcement, the In bidding farewell to its Fit- Extremism and Bigotry “to Chuck Cahn of Cherry Hill, N.J.,;
ability to help schools in com- ler Square location, Tria Cafe and other mayors of nearby New 215-832-0740
held a party Aug. 29 in which 20 ght extremism and bigotry Jersey towns also signed.
percent of the proceeds would and promote justice and equal-
ity in response to the disturb-


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MARISSA STERN | JE STAFF “I was really thrilled they spatula or a door hinge — pro-
asked me to do this — thrilled vided him with a spark of inspi-
OPERA ENTHUSIASTS will and sort of horri ed,” he ration for his O17 piece.
have themselves a musical feast amended with a laugh, “because “It was really when we were
as Opera Philadelphia’s inaugu- of how crazy the timeline was to getting to talking about Barnes’
ral O17 festival spreads across write the piece for the festival.” thinking about how he put the
the city from Sept. 14 to 25. He was in Aix-en-Provence whole thing together that I sort
last summer attending an opera of had my ‘aha moment’ about
e much-hyped festival is festival when Opera Philadel- how this piece was going to come
set to include revamped perfor- phia asked him to write the to life,” he said. “[Barnes] was
mances of known classics like ticism and interconnectedness
Mozart’s e Magic Flute to a ▲ David Hertzberg and director R.B. Schlather Photo by Dominic M. Mercier were present in Crowley’s other
multitude of world premieres works, as Hertzberg discovered.
set on unexpected stages across piece for O17, which also had to arranging them like he wanted ized rst-person narrative that
the city, including already sold- take place in the physical space people to see the way that all rst appeared in a journal of e spiritual elements of Juda-
out performances of e Wake of the Barnes. these things that came from dis- ism are something that have also
World by David Hertzberg. “I was so excited about that parate universes and worlds and anonymous publications circu- interested Hertzberg as he’s got-
idea because if you’ve been cultures and aesthetic universes lated among magic societies. ten older. He grew up attending a
Hertzberg, a Los Angeles to the Barnes … it’s such an were kind of the same.” Jewish day school and observing
native who at 27 is entering his unbelievably rich collection He was reminded of a (sort “ e story is written in this holidays, but his connection has
third year as Opera Philadelphia’s of incredible work,” he said. of) fairy tale he’d once read unbelievably confusing way, and deepened only recently.
composer-in-residence, was chal- “What I loved so much about called e Wake World that a I didn’t really understand it at
lenged with writing the opera, it is it doesn’t even feel like a friend had sent to him. At the the time,” Hertzberg said, “but I “ e real spiritual and reli-
music and libretto for the festival museum; it always felt to me time, he didn’t even know who devoured it and totally nished gious aspects of Judaism did not
and setting it in an unusual “the- like some kind of incredible wrote it, though he later dis- it because I thought it was so
ater”: the Barnes Foundation. temple or totally otherworldly covered it was Aleister Crow- compelling for some reason.” gure prominently in my life,
mystical shrine or something.” ley, a 20th-century British poet, and now I would say the exact
He had previously written Walking around the gal- magician and occultist once Going through the rooms of opposite is true,” he said. “I feel
e Rose Elf, a one-act opera lery one day with a docent who dubbed the “wickedest man in the Barnes reminded him of the like actually my musical path
based on Hans Christian explored the theory behind the world.” spaces along Lola’s journey. With has made me more connected
Andersen’s fairy tale, as part Albert Barnes’ speci c vision of It follows Lola as she goes on the opera, he hopes to amplify to my Jewish roots.”
of Opera Philadelphia’s Double the collection — which features a journey with her fairy prince, the features of the Barnes collec-
Exposure project, in which two works by Cezanne, Picasso, who is actually a representation tion in a similar way. He was also eager to add a
teams performed the opera to Renoir and Van Gogh, among of her higher self and is actually third element to the piece per
their interpretation. others, intermingled in “ensem- a woman. It’s a highly sexual- He also learned Crowley’s Opera Philadelphia’s suggestion:
“ ey asked me to either story was in uenced by Kabbal- the incorporation of the Opera
compose a few scenes or a short- ah and the spheres of se rot, as Philadelphia Chorus. As there
ish stretch of dramatic music Crowley himself was interested are not many operas that use a
and … I kind of got carried in the subject. Elements of mys- chorus, he was excited to be able
away and wrote an entire opera. to include their voices with the
As one does, right?” he said. goal of making it feel organic.
He began studying piano,
violin and cello when he was 7 As a result, the chorus will
or 8, and his passion for com- serve as part of the orchestra as
position took him to various well, blending their voices with
arts schools, including the Juil- the small instrumental orches-
liard School for his bachelor’s tra and amplifying the “other-
and master’s degrees, where worldly” aspect of the space.
he studied with Samuel Adler,
“an amazing mentor and really “I wanted the choir to be an
dear friend and a wonderful, agent of real dramatic power,”
Jewish composer,” as Hertzberg he said. “ e choir both musi-
said, and the Curtis Institute of cally in a gurative way and
Music. For O17, he was tasked also physically in a literal way
with writing a piece that was kind of represent the palace that
“inspired by or responded to” they journey through.” l



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Southern Jewish Rosh Hashanah


KERI WHITE | JE FOOD COLUMNIST Rosh Hashanah meal, it has do not have a thermometer, let carefully into the oil. (You may Digital Vision/Thinkstock
special meaning for us this the oil heat for several minutes need to cook this in several
MY NJB (nice Jewish boy) of year, and it is delicious regard- and, when it begins to form batches to avoid overcrowd- another ve to six minutes.
a husband has an interesting less of the occasion. small bubbles, drop a matzo ing the pan and reducing the You may wish to cut one
background. crumb in. If it sizzles, begin oil temperature.) A er about
SOUTHERN JEWISH cooking the chicken. six minutes, turn the chicken of the thicker pieces to ensure
His father grew up in Brook- FRIED CHICKEN over with tongs and cook it for that it is cooked through —
line, a predominantly Jewish Place the chicken pieces I always do, even though it
neighborhood on the western Use a deep fat thermometer
edge of Boston. His mother for precise cooking. See Southern, Page 26
was a Southern belle, the toast
of the town in Little Rock, Ark. We served our fried chicken
with chipotle hot sauce. Some
ey met when Dad moved to people like to drizzle their fried
Little Rock for a job, and they chicken with honey, maple syr-
fell in love. up or molasses (I don’t, but it
would hit the Rosh Hashanah
But they faced signi cant theme of a sweet year nicely).
adversity — mixed marriages Others sprinkle it with vine-
were not the done thing in gar. Truth be told, this stu is
1957, and their experience was so good it really does not need
no exception. Despite these any adornments.
di culties, they married and
shared 50 wonderful years Serves four to eight depend-
together, which resulted in four ing on appetites and desire for
kids, nine grandchildren and le overs
many wonderful traditions.
8 pieces bone-in, skin-on
As a Southern woman, my chicken (breasts, legs,
mother-in-law was genet- thighs as preferred by
ically engineered to make your crew)
delicious fried chicken. As a
Northeastern urban Jew, my ⅔ cup matzo meal
father-in-law had an affinity ⅓ cup flour
for deli salads. ½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon garlic powder
is menu o ers homage to ½ teaspoon onion powder
them — to their backgrounds, ¼ teaspoon black pepper
their traditions and the amaz- ¼ teaspoon paprika
ing meals and memories we 2 eggs
created and shared around 1-2 quarts vegetable oil
their holiday tables.
Rinse and dry the chicken
is year, Rosh Hashanah pieces. If the breasts are large,
is tinged with sadness for us cut them in half.
— the folks both passed away
recently, and we sold their In a shallow bowl, lightly
home in August. But one of beat the eggs.
the last festive meals we had
at the house was an amazing In another shallow bowl,
fried chicken dinner that used mix the matzo meal, flour
matzo meal for the coating to and spices.
ensure a crunchy crust.
Dredge the chicken pieces
It seemed obvious to me in the eggs, then in our/mat-
that I needed to recreate it this zo mixture to coat thoroughly.
Rosh Hashanah in honor of Lay them on a cooking tray or
the people who welcomed me a large, at plate.
into their family, introduced
me to Jewish traditions and In a large skillet or pot, ll
helped me nd a path to creat- the oil to a depth that will
ing my own. just cover the largest piece of
chicken (approximately 3 inch-
While I know this is decid- es) and heat to 375 degrees on
edly non-traditional for the a deep fat thermometer. If you



Southern towels to drain. Let it sit for a Digital Vision/Thinkstock 90s before he handed over the cut them into bite-sized chunks.
few minutes and serve. mantle — or, in this case, the Place the potatoes in a
Continued from Page 25 SABI’S POTATO SALAD one called “Sabi” as a dimin- wooden spoon — to the next
My father in law — who every- utive of the Hebrew “saba” generation. is is best made large bowl, and add the onion
makes serving it a bit less aes- for grandfather — made this a day ahead to allow the salad and celery.
thetically pleasing. at beats every July Fourth for the fam- to chill thoroughly and the a-
getting sick! ily barbecue. He was into his vors to meld. Add the mayonnaise and
stir gently. Sprinkle white vin-
When done, place the chick- Serves 12 egar over the mixture — or
en on a plate lined with paper use my father-in-law’s trick:
12 large boiling potatoes If the mayonnaise jar is nearly
1 large onion, finely empty, pour vinegar into the
jar, cover it, shake it up and
chopped pour the resulting mixture
4 stalks celery, finely over the potatoes.

chopped Add the salt and pepper,
1½ cups mayonnaise and stir well.
3 tablespoons white vinegar
1 teaspoon salt Chill for several hours or
1 teaspoon pepper overnight. Garnish with the
Paprika for garnish paprika and serve.
In a large pot of salted water,
boil the potatoes with the skin is dish is another one that
on, for about 20 minutes. e straddles cultures.
potatoes are done when they
are tender and can be easily Cabbage appears frequently
pricked with a fork. in Jewish cuisine, and it is a
rare deli that doesn’t o er a ver-
Drain the potatoes and allow sion of slaw with a corned beef
them to cool. Peel the potatoes and
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Southern out of the barbecue pit. tyncho/Thinkstock allow the cabbage to tenderize and poached pears, but for me
is is a standard-issue deli- and the avors to blend well. that doesn’t really scream indul-
Continued from Page 26 just good, familiar southern or gence. Besides, this meal calls for
style coleslaw — no cilantro Jewish slaw. Serves eight to 12 a casual, picnic-style dessert.
sandwich on rye. But South- or kimchi vibes here; there’s
erners are big on slaw, too — it Like the potato salad, this 1 head cabbage, shredded Makes two dozen
generally accompanies slabs of dish is best made a day ahead to 4 carrots, grated
brisket or ribs when they come 1 small onion, chopped 2½ sticks margarine
¾ cup unsweetened cocoa
¾ cup mayonnaise powder
3 tablespoons pickle juice 2 cups sugar
1 cup flour
(dill or sweet depending 4 eggs
on your preference) 2 teaspoons vanilla
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon pepper Heat your oven to 350
degrees. Grease a 13-by-9-inch
Mix all the ingredients in a pan.
large bowl. Chill overnight.
Melt the margarine and
BROWNIES add the cocoa powder. Mix in
Dessert was a bit of a conun- the sugar.

drum in this meal. My moth- Add the remaining ingredi-
er-in-law believed that the only ents, stirring well.
dessert worth having was plain
vanilla ice cream. But kosher Pour the batter into the pan,
diners would not chase chicken and bake about 30 minutes
with ice cream. My father-in-law until just done.
was a big fan of fruit compote
Cool, cut and enjoy.
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FOOD As Rosh Hashanah is fast there are plenty of varieties to
MARISSA STERN | JE STAFF approaching, you may be satisfy your needs.
checking your calendars for a
THE SIGNS INDICATING good weekend to head out and For honey-dipping, Smith
the season of pumpkin spice pick your own holiday treats. recommends a more tart apple
are appearing. to contrast with the sweetness
With that in mind, here are of the honey.
No really, literal signs. Cof- a few ideas of what’s in season
fee chains are advertising the and will go best with that bowl “With honey you could use
return of the signature fall of honey. more of a milder apple or even
latte. A recent visit to Target a tart apple like a Granny or
had a friend shaking his head At Shady Brook Farm in Cortland,” he said, “because
in disgust when he saw a tank Yardley, fresh Galas and Hon- you’ll have the sweetness in
top that said “Pumpkin Spice eycrisps are ready to be plucked the honey for a mixture of the
Everything.” from the trees. sweet and the tart.”

But no matter your feelings If you want to pick your For baking something like a
on pumpkin spice, fall is com- apples for Rosh Hashanah, it’s pie, he recommends a mixture
ing, and there is one staple fall best to go sooner rather than of equal parts of Golden, Gran-
activity many orchards in the later, advised Produce Manag- ny Smith and McIntosh apples.
area are ready for: apple picking. er Brian Smith. Whether you’re
baking an apple pie for des- “You’ll have some so er
sert or dipping slices in honey, apples and harder apples and

avor and texture,” he said.

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Name: Casino Classic Catering Holiday Catering Needs, Smith, whose favorite apple all-purpose apple,” she said.
is the Honeycrisp, recom- “Dipping it in anything really,
For YourWidth: 5.5 in mends visiting the farm soon- honey or caramel or anything
SavorDepth: 7.38 in The Merger of Two Great, er before the apples run out like that, is just great.”
Color: Black and keeping your haul in the
Catering Traditions… fridge, especially so they keep If you’re looking to bake,
LegendaryAd Number: 00075352 for the holiday. she said any of the seven apples
they have now would work but
Rosh Hashanah Menu Paul Kaplan, formerly of Kappy’s e season will continue be mindful that Honeycrisp
Appetizers: Deli and Steve Rosen, formerly as more varieties come in and can be a little juicy.
the farm gears up for some
Choice of Gefilte Fish with Horseradish, Chopped Liver, of Casino Deli and Catering, fall fun — including wagon She is looking forward to
Sweet & Sour Meatballs, or Stuffed Cabbage combining over 40 years’ rides and pumpkin-picking as the fall season, which will
Soup: experience well as its annual HorrorFest, be chock full of festivities,
Choice of Chicken Matzo Ball, Vegetable, which begins at the end of including applesauce-mak-
or Cabbage Borscht Yom Kippur Menu the month and continues until ing demonstrations “to let
Entrees: Halloween. people know how easy and
Smoked Fish Trays: how delicious homemade
Choice of: Whole Carved Turkey (minimum 10 people), Nova or Regular Lox Similarly, Alecia Smith, who applesauce really can be,”
Grilled Orange Glazed Chicken Breast, Capon Breast with Jumbo Whitefish/ Kippered Salmon works in the produce depart- she said.
Matzo Stuffing, Half Roast Chicken with Stuffing, Brisket of Whitefish Salad/Chopped Herring ment of Linvilla Orchards in
Beef with Gravy, or Salmon Filet Baked with Lemon Dill Sweet Munster, Swiss cheese or American Cheese Media, recommends a tart “We’re making caramel
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Potato Pancakes, Roasted Vegetables or Vegetable Medley, *Fresh Fruit, Danish Trays, Sweet Kugel, and they have a crisp kind of
and Cookie Trays also available bite to them,” she said. For cider and applesauce,
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stay away from Red Delicious
apples, as they don’t hold as What’s the staple in her
well when baked. family applesauce recipe?

“Rather than sticking with Mutsu apples.
just one apple, get a whole bunch “I think that’s a secret to
of di erent avors in there,” she making the best applesauce
said, “some mushy or some so , when you include that one,”
some crispy apples.” she said.
Get pickin’!
A little further out in Need a little culinary inspi-
Mohnton, Brecknock Orchard ration?
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pick-your-own — and 30 more (apple-pealing?) recipes pro-
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whose husband, Daryl, owns bakeries:
the farm.
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poses, she recommends either
Gala or Honeycrisp apples.

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¾ cup all-purpose flour 10 to 15 minutes or until the are no lumps in the batter.
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¼ teaspoon ground ture. Layer batter, apples, bat-
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FOOD e class will feature glu- experience, he said. Apple cake
RACHEL KURLAND | JE STAFF ten-free demonstrations of hol- That’s some-
iday classics like apple cake
ALAN MATHSON IS NEW to and macaroons. thing at the core
the formal food business, but his of Motzi Bakery’s
family history in Jewish baking “The more meaningful mantra: “No chem-
goes back four generations. things I’m trying to bring to icals. Nothing
that classroom setting is real- heavily processed.
With inspiration from his ly around some of the more Never sickly sweet.”
elders, he started Motzi Bak- professional techniques versus
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be sharing some of his tech- seeing in recipes that they fol- expand their busi-
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cooking class. Mathson added. volume of goods
makes for cheap-
But don’t despair baked-goods He developed his recipes er ours over bet-
bypassers — it’s gluten-free. with his own home-milled ter quality ones,
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p.m. at Greensgrow Commu- Butter is sub-
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BY RABBI NATHAN MARTIN However, as I re-encounter nation.” Many Jews in Amer- of the soil, we are dependent on create a dwelling place for the
this liberation summary during ican were able to bene t from ensuring that our soil and our divine on earth, because God is
Parshat Ki Tavo this Torah reading cycle, I am its openness and opportunity environment remains healthy drawn to dwell with those who
DECLARATIONS MATTER. aware at the fragile moment to become well o . We do live and sustainable for our chil- give of their heart.
In ancient times when we gath- in which many in America, in a country of opportunity, dren and their children. How
ered our harvest and brought our including American Jews, nd and we are grateful for this. But can we remember that the land As we move ever closer to
ourselves in. We have seen an we live in a time of econom- we are living on is not ours but the new year, it seems that our
rst fruits to the Temple — as upsurge of intolerance, a rise ic vulnerability, an increasing we are simply its caretakers? challenge, more than ever, is to
described in this week’s parshah in anti-Semitism, a decline of gap between the well o and re ect on what we are able to
Ki Tavo — we had to recite a very civil dialogue and a consistent the poor. We need to remain is commandment of rst give in the coming year.
speci c declaration that began economic fragility for many. conscious of the inequities fruits and the declaration that
with the words, “My father was amid the plenty. the Israelite recited is rooted What is the harvest we
a wandering Aramean” (Deuter- The words of the first in having us acknowledge our have gathered that we are able
onomy 26:5-10). fruits declaration speak to “God saw our plight, our humility, our vulnerability, to share with our neighbors
me differently. misery, and our oppression.” our spirit of generosity and and with those in need, that
e rest of the declaration In our story of liberation, our our interconnectedness to the will indeed increase the like-
encapsulates our historical “My father was a wandering cries were heard, and we were larger organic whole. ese lihood of making our coun-
liberation story: “We became Aramean.” My ancestors were redeemed. Will we today be same sentiments can be useful try a sacred space, that will
great and numerous in Egypt, refugees. We know the story able to hear other cries? Will guidelines for us today as well. host the divine rather than
we were oppressed, the Lord of economic dislocation, the we, in an era of government an increasingly fractured and
freed us with a mighty hand desire of a better life. We know withdrawal, be able to dedi- In his commentary on this divided society that will repel
and an outstretched arm, and what it is like to have gates cate our time and resources to passage, the Chasidic master the divine presence? l
God brought us to a land ow- closed and walls erected. We alleviating the poverty of our Reb Noah Berezovsky, known
ing with milk and honey.” need to remember not only on neighbors? Can we contribute as the Netivot Shalom, says Rabbi Nathan Martin serves as the
Passover but all year-round the our rst fruits today to the that the commandment of rst associate rabbi at Congregation
e words of this might challenges that refugees face places of need? fruits is so essential because Beth Israel in Media. The Board of
sound familiar. is declara- today. We need to support their we are showing that we are Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia is
tion is embedded in our Pass- desire to create a better life “God brought us to a good willing to take something pre- proud to provide the Torah com-
over haggadah and we study it for themselves in this country. land … and I now bring the cious that we earned with the mentary for the Jewish Exponent.
to better understand the story And we need to pay attention fruits of the soil to you.” We, sweat of our brow and dedi-
of our people’s exodus from to the many places in the world too, are blessed to live in a good cate it to a sacred cause bigger
Egypt. By reciting and study- where people are living under land, a land that should have than ourselves.
ing these words, we allow our- grueling conditions and o er the capacity to sustain those
selves to inhabit our story of what support we can elsewhere. who live here. But we must is is not only how we love
liberation from the inside. remember that, like the fruits God with the fullness of our-
“We became a prosperous selves but our actions can also

Chabad but the personable feel helped This area under construction will
draw him back in. house Chabad of Delaware County’s
Continued from Page 14 sanctuary and seat 80 on a regu-
“I feel more part of a family lar basis and up to about 100 for
eld, Haverford and nearby than just a member of a syna- events such as the High Holidays.
areas. gogue,” he said. “I’m retiring in
30 days, but I’m just beginning Chabad of Delaware County’s space formerly housed an MRI center.
Having to hold events in with my religion.” Photos by Andy Gotlieb
Altein’s living room has kept some
would-be participants away. Jack Todes, who originally
is from South Africa, expressed
“People want to belong to a a similar sentiment.
shul,” he explained. “ ey want
to belong to something with a “ e model for Chabad,
comfortable setting.” which has been proven time and
time again, is for a rabbi to start
“It was always delightful to go in a living room” and grow from
to their home, but it wasn’t what there,” the Broomall resident
we were looking for,” congregant said. “ is is critical to the devel-
Mark Sklar of Berwyn a rmed. opment of Chabad in our area.” l
“We have grown into this, and
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locally, in Israel and around the world.

Reaching Out to Feed a Friend

EVERY TUESDAY around Jewish Federation’s director up her own stairs. A roundtrip A NORC employee assists a Mitzvah Food Project client with online
11:00 a.m., Lisa Berkowitz’s of social responsibility. “We by bus to the food pantry, not ordering.
phone rings. She reaches for wanted to allow even more to mention carrying her items,
her cane and makes her way to people easy access to the food make the journey out of the and heads to KleinLife to grab bags is such a bounty. “I get
the kitchen phone with excite- pantry,” Gralnick said. Jew- question. She also has no com- an order, then drives it to apples and sometimes they
ment. She’s been waiting for ish Federation worked closely puter or smartphone, and only someone’s doorstep. “I real- have pears, and oranges, and
this call. At the other end is a with a so ware developer to a landline telephone. ly enjoy it, because I see in a huge bag of rice. Ground
glimpse into the lengths the design a web-based ordering their eyes how happy they are. beef, that’s my treat for the
Jewish Federation of Greater system, and this spring rolled That’s where the sheer When you give the food to month,” Berkowitz gushed.
Philadelphia goes to ensure out the results. determination of Jewish Fed- the people who need, they say “And, oh, fresh carrots and
every food-insecure member of eration volunteers comes in. ‘God bless you.’” He also nds sweet potatoes! It’s all so
our communities is nourished. Food pantry clients can now other ways to help. When cli- fresh and good.” She said
order from any online plat- e NORC already facilitates ents allow, he will carry their that despite her hardships,
“Hi, Lisa!” says the NORC form: computer, tablet and low-cost rides to synagogue for bags upstairs for them and the kindnesses she receives
volunteer at the other end of mobile phone. It’s so impres- Berkowitz on Friday nights, even unpack their groceries. from the NORC and the
the phone, usually a woman sive that other Jewish orga- and through conversations Mitzvah Food Project make
named Sandy. She is calling to nizations, including United with her, volunteers discov- Once, Eljed noticed one tiny her feel lucky. “It’s a blessing,
make groceries appear in Ber- Jewish Appeal and the Metro- ered her need for food assis- older woman was having trou- it’s an honest blessing,” she
kowitz’s near-empty kitchen — politan Council on Jewish Pov- tance. NORC sta decided to ble reaching the back of her said tearfully. “I can’t say
a minor miracle enabled by a erty, are looking at the model use their own computers to freezer, and he rearranged the enough for how much they’ve
combination of old-fashioned in the hopes of replicating it for place her orders — hers, and contents of her fridge for easi- helped me.”
people power, plus a brand- themselves. “It makes us more anyone else who needs assis- er access. Yet another woman
new technological innovation: e cient. It allows us to get tance with food ordering. So mentioned she needed a new Food pantry
the Mitzvah Food Project’s twice as many people ordering every Tuesday, a volunteer calls bag for her vacuum — “she clients can now
online ordering. at a time,” Gralnick said. Also, Berkowitz, patiently reads that needs a Hoover bag, and oh my order from any
from a client perspective, it’s so day’s choices o the website, God, I have to get it only from online platform:
Years ago, clients of Jewish easy: “You can place an order and places her order with a Target,” he said with a laugh — computer,
Federation’s ve food pantries from your phone, home com- series of mouse-clicks. and Eljed dutifully went on her tablet and
would show up and receive the puter, from your library. If you errand, then replaced the bag mobile phone.
usual pre-selected bag of food. have a home health aide, they Meanwhile, at the food pan- for her. “Need is need,” he said.
try, a second volunteer receives “If I nd someone who needs
at changed in June 2013 the online order and packs Ber- something other than food, I’m
when, in an e ort to enhance going to do that, too.”
the dignity of clients, o er food We wanted to allow even more people easy
choice, promote healthy eat- access to the food pantry.” When Berkowitz opens
ing and maximize donor dol- her door for a Mitzvah Food
lars by reducing food waste, BRIAN GRALNICK Project delivery person, she
the program rolled out touch- is overjoyed. Inside those
screen kiosks, allowing clients can order for you from their kowitz’s bag with her grocer-
to order for themselves. own device.” ies. But because she is unable
to pick up her groceries, the
Now, at two Greater Phila- And if a homebound client NORC then calls a third volun-
delphia pantries — KleinLife doesn’t have computer access teer. Because — with precisely
Center in the Northeast and at all? at brings us back to this scenario in mind — Jewish
the Main Line location in Bala Berkowitz. Federation has also launched a
Cynwyd — clients log into delivery service to supplement
their accounts, review the food Berkowitz, of the Far online ordering: “ is service
available onscreen, “buy” their Northeast, is only 51, but has is for people who are home-
own food with their virtual trouble leaving the house. She bound, or lack transportation,
dollars and leave with their has mobility issues and chronic but are able-bodied enough to
groceries, much like a trip to pain from back injuries and cook,” Gralnick said.
the store. It’s an empowering lipedema; she’s scheduled for
experience representing an yet another round of surgeries, One delivery volunteer is
advance in social services. which she hopes will help, but Jameil Eljed. When his phone
in the meantime must crawl rings, he jumps into his car
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Monday, October 2, 2017

11:00 a.m. Breakfast | 12:30 p.m. Shotgun start | 5:00 p.m. Cocktails and program
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FRIDAY, SEPT. FRIDAY, SEPT. paintings. Created specifically for the
architecture of Beth David’s chapel,
Open House and Barbecue. Pop-up Foodie Shabbat. a new series of 7-foot drawings will
be on display. Preview starts at 6
Want to learn more about your place at Main Line Reform Temple? Visitors are welcome to join us for this Join Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel p.m. with “Chardonnay & Schmooze”
informal Shabbat celebration when they will have the opportunity to meet other members, sta and clergy, for our second annual Pop-up Foodie sponsored by Ginny and Ben Kendall,
as well as tour our building and join us as our guests for a dinner. Snack and schmooze at 6 p.m., followed Shabbat, a unique Shabbat meal from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The artist will
by Shabbat services and then dinner. Contact Melissa Greenwald for more information and to RSVP at experience for young Jewish pro- be present. Shabbat services at 7:30 or 610-649-7800. 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood. fessionals. Begin the evening with a p.m. followed by oneg. The exhibition
Marom Kabbalat Shabbat service led will run through Oct. 6. 1130 Vaughan
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THURSDAY, SEPT. of the first book of the Bible. Led by Beachadelphia Celebration. new Philly cohort of Repair the World Service and Dinner.
Rabbi Rosenberg. For more informa- Fellows will lead a conversation on
Endowments Seminar. tion, call 610-667-5000. 1500 Hagys You are invited to Tribe 12’s brand “Role of Love in Service.” Suggested Congregation Rodeph Shalom invites
Ford Road, Penn Valley. launch celebration in our ri on a minimum donation: $13. Cosponsored you at 6 p.m. for a Shabbat service
Join the annual Endowments Bron- beachside boardwalk — a night of by the Jewish Graduate Student Net- and a picnic-themed dinner to wel-
stein Seminar for Professionals from 8 Bible Study. booths, balloons, bites and everything work, Moishe House and Repair the come new and prospective members,
to 10 a.m. at the Hyatt at the Bellevue. in between. Carnival-style games, sweet World Philadelphia. Kabbalat Shabbat and welcome back our current congre-
For more information, call 215-832- Main Line Reform Temple clergy new swag and giveaways, and a chance service at 7:30 p.m. for those not gants. Bring a friend, make new ones,
0500. 200 S. Broad St., leads a discussion of the tanakh or to meet and mingle with others in the attending the dinner. Marom Kabbalat and reconnect with old ones. We hope
Philadelphia. Jewish bible. The ongoing process Tribe 12 community. Beachadelphia’s Shabbat at 6 p.m. 300 S. 18th St., that you can join us. Tickets are $25.
begins with Genesis and proceeds top secret University City location will Philadelphia. Children tickets are $10. Questions?
Popular Commentaries on over the course of the year. Anyone be revealed the day before the party. Call Marcia Biggs in the administrative
Genesis. is welcome to join in at any point, This free party is a celebration of our Picnic and Services. o ce at 267-930-7288. 615 N. Broad
whether you are a longtime student of new look and feel and a rea rmation of St., Philadelphia.
Join Har Zion Temple to study the Torah or if you have never looked at our mission to connect people in their Discover the warm, welcoming, pro-
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event is free, but RSVPs are requested what Temple Sholom in Broomall is
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service. 190 Camp Hill Road, Fort Contact the temple o ce with ques-
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Exhibit Opening.
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SUNDAY, SEPT. synagogue are limited. No registra- on a larger scale. For questions, call
tion required. Childcare is available 215-844-1507. 400 W. Ellet St.,
Pet Expo. beginning at 9:45 a.m. 300 S. 18th St., Philadelphia.
Ohev Shalom of Bucks County will host a Pet Expo to benefit Incusion B’Kavod. Do you have a prize rabbit, a cat Open House.
that can sing Sinatra, or a dog that can do awesome tricks? Bring them to Ohev Shalom for our 2017 Pet Expo. SUNDAY, SEPT.
The Pet Expo will start at 11 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. The schedule will include a bless of the pets with Rabbi Shul shopping? Join the Congregation
Perlstein at 11:30 a.m., a Pets on Parade to showcase your pet at 12:15 p.m., and ra e drawings at 12:45 p.m. Cook for a Friend. Beth Shalom open house. Meet Rabbi
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Join others who cook and package Cohn, Ed Sobel, CBS president, and
meals that are delivered to the needy many more from the congregation.
in our community at Har Zion Temple There will be tables highlighting the
at 9 a.m. For more information, various groups and programs CBS has
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Hand and Hand: Center for Jewish-Ar- screen and join the Mosaic Outdoor
ab Education in Israel is doing in Israel Club of Philadelphia for a beach trip
and the work of private and public to the annual Beach Plum Festival
schools in Philadelphia? This panel will featuring swimming and vendors at
combine the perspectives of educa- Island Beach State Park in New Jersey.
tors with deep experience in bridging The group will carpool at 11:30 a.m.
the ethnic, racial, class and cultural from in front of the ShopRite at the
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Old York Road Temple-Beth Am the weekly Torah portion. For more
welcomes Shabbat and celebrates information, call 215-887-8700. 8339
September birthdays at 7 p.m. Call Old York Road, Elkins Park.
215-886-8000. 971 Old York Road,
Abington. Torah, Bagels, Co ee.

Open House. Begin Shabbat morning at Old York
Road Temple-Beth Am with an inter-
Temple Menorah Keneseth Chai will active, engaging discussion of the
hold an open house at on Sept. 8 and weekly portion including bagels and
15 at 7:15 p.m. We are a small, friendly co ee at 9 a.m. followed by a peer-led
congregation. We o er attractive Shabbat service at 10:15 a.m. Casual
special financial packages for family dress is appropriate, and everyone is
and single memberships. Active Sis- welcome. For more information, call
terhood, adult education and Torah 215-886-8000. 971 Old York Road,
study. Friday night Sabbath services Abington.
at 7:30 p.m. followed by onegs. If you
have any questions, call 215-624- Shabbat Yoga Experience.
9600. 4301 Tyson Ave., Philadelphia.
Join Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel
SATURDAY, SEPT. in an alternative spiritual journey into
the heart of Shabbat through yogic
Shabbat Services. movement, meditation and song with
Dr. Deborah Glassman and Rabbi
YPC Shari-Eli, the only remaining Yosef Goldman at 10 a.m. Participants
Conservative synagogue in South Phil- should wear comfortable clothes and
bring a mat if possible; mats at the


COMMUNITY / calendar

Calendar barbecue following the first day of Days Workshop 101 from 2 to 5 p.m. SUNDAY, SEPT.
Shul School. We have lots of activities Topics include brushing up on the
Continued from Page 41 planned for the kids and adults. Pro- Torah cantillation for the High Holy Food Truck Event.
spective members are welcome. 85 W. days; the music of the High Holy Days;
Marlton, N.J. The group will go out to Mechanic St., New Hope. Unetaneh Tokef: theology, history, and Kesher Israel Congregation is hosting its first food truck event from
dinner afterwards. For information myth; Repentance: A Jewish contri- 12:30 to 2 p.m. Come enjoy delicious food from Chez Yasmine Food Truck
call Jon at 856-787-0325. Fall Fundraiser. bution to world culture; the High Holy and Kona Water Ice, along with moon bounce, face painting and games.
Days in the shtetl (Eastern Europe); While you are there, come tour the synagogue with chances to win from
Membership Picnic. Join Congregation B’nai Jacob’s fall the charisma of Kol Nidre; Yizkor: a ra e drawn later in the afternoon. Come meet new people and enjoy
fundraiser as Forge Theatre presents history, theology, charisma; and what is expected to be a fun-filled afternoon. $5. 1000 Pottstown Pike,
Come out and join the annual Kehilat Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Hors d’oeu- sin and forgiveness in Judaism and West Chester.
HaNahar barbecue. KHN will be sup- vres at 1 p.m. followed by the show at Christianity. $39. Call 215-635-7300 or
plying the kosher hamburgers, hot 2 p.m. with dessert at intermission. visit 7605 Old York Road, zoljo/itock/
dogs, and veggie burgers (and buns). Join us for food, ra es and a fun show. Melrose Park.
Do you have talent that you would like Tickets are $50 each and are available
to share at the picnic? Contact Julie online or through the B’nai Jacob jkidphilly Grandparents’
Parker at so we can o ce. Call 610-933-5550 or visit cong- Celebration.
make sure you have time to show us. 241 First Ave., Phoenixville.
Bring your best tasting dish and share Join jkidphilly at Morris Arboretum
it with the community. Noon to 3 p.m. High Holidays Workshop. at 2 p.m. for family-friendly activities,
rain or shine. We will be having our music and stories during the fourth
Gratz College presents High Holy Annual Grandparents’ Celebration.
Everyone is welcome, whether or not
Name: Minyan Sulam Yakov / Gershman Y you bring grandparents or grand-
Width: 3.625 in friends. $18/family in advance; $25 at
Depth: 3.62 in the door. Sign up at
Color: Black grandparents-celebration or call 215-
Ad Number: 00075237 320-0402. 100 E. Northwestern Ave.,
WNahmoe: HsialleildatHthiellUenlivwofaPsenjnusyslvtafor college students? Beginner Hebrew Class. 234 S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Ste. 100,
MONDAY, SEPT. Bryn Mawr.
Width: 3.625 in Rabbi Albert Gabbai will begin teach-
Hatha Yoga. ing a five-week beginners Hebrew Meet the Author:
DTehpethe: n3t.6ir2eincomunity is invited to High Holiday services with Join Main Line Reform Temple at class on Mondays starting Aug. 21 Jill Santopolo.
9:15 a.m. for a slow vinyasa flow class from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Congregation
Color: Black plus one HILLEL for adults with some experience and Mikveh Israel. Learn fundamental Join Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
no major health issues, open both to Hebrew or brush up. Enrollment is as we welcome the author of The Light
PENNAd Number: 00075266 members of MLRT and friends in the free. Everyone is welcome. Call the We Lost, Jill Santopolo. This is a novel
community. Eileen Edman, a congre- synagogue o ce at 215-922-5446 to inspired by the events of 9/11. Free
RABBI MIKE URAM RABBI JOSH BOLTON gant and yoga instructor, guides the enroll. 44 N. Fourth St., Philadelphia. presentation followed by Q&A. Books
Executive Director Senior Jewish Educator class through poses. Come expand available for sale and autographed by
your connections to us by joining Introduction to Judaism. the author. For more information, call
Conservative Reform us. $5, one hour, in a beautiful space 215-886-8000. 971 Old York Road,
with great women. We supply the Rabbi Albert Gabbai will begin Abington.
venue and water, you supply the mat. teaching a five-week course titled
Confirm class schedule each week “Introduction to Judaism” on Mon- An Intercultural Exchange.
by contacting the temple o ce at days beginning Aug. 21 from 7 to
610-649-7800. 410 Montgomery Ave., 8:30 p.m. at Congregation Mikveh Join Mark H. Gelber, senior professor
Wynnewood. Israel. Enrollment is free. Everyone is of comparative literature and Ger-
welcome. Call the synagogue o ce man-Jewish studies at Ben-Gurion
Golden Slipper Fall Semester. at 215-922-5446 to enroll. This class University of the Negev, Beersheva
follows the beginners Hebrew course, and director of the Center for Ger-
Join Golden Slipper on the Main Line take both of them and be well-pre- man and Austrian Studies at BGU,
for classes at Adath Israel four days a pared. 44 N. Fourth St., Philadelphia. for “Franz Kafka, Nathan Birnbaum,
week from 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Topics Americanism, Yiddishism: An Inter-
and speakers are varied. Contact us Mahjong Game. cultural Exchange” at 5:30 p.m. at
for more information at 610-359- University of Pennsylvania. Co-spon-
8632, ext. 11. 250 N. Highland Ave., Join the members of Melrose B’nai sored by the University of Pennsylva-
Merion Station. Israel Emanu-El Sisterhood every nia Jewish studies program and the
Monday at 7 p.m. for a friendly game. department of Germanic languages
Book Club. Everyone is invited. Call 215-635-1505 and literatures. 402 Cohen Hall, 249 S.
for questions. 8339 Old York Road, 36th St., University of Pennsylvania.
Join Melrose B’nai Israel Emanu-El Elkins Park.
Sisterhood’s Sylvia C. Cohen Book
ROSH HASHANAH YOM KIPPUR Club in the boardroom at 2 p.m. to Adoption Orientation. WEDNESDAY,
discuss Women in the Castle by Jessi- SEPT.
beginning 9/20 beginning 9/29 ca Shattuck. This novel follows three If you know of anyone in your commu-
German women, all war widows of nity who is interested in learning about Yiddish and Cultural Group.
Questions? Call Details and schedule at very di erent political persuasions, becoming a foster or adoptive parent, Join the Melrose B’nai Israel Ema-
(215) 898-7391 who take refuge in a ruined Bavarian invite them to join Jewish Adoption nu-El family for a lively discussion
castle at the end of World War II. 8339 and Family Care Options (JAFCO) for of the Yiddish language and culture.
Old York Road, Elkins Park. its monthly foster care/adoption orien-
tation at 6:30 p.m.


COMMUNITY / calendar Name: Sack’s Jewelers
Width: 1.75 in
Light lunch. The second Wednesday of Call 215-886-8000. 971 Old York 215-886-8000. 971 Old York Road, The public is invited to a reception Depth: 3.62 in
each month at 12:30 p.m. Open to all. Road, Abington. Abington. for the artist on Sept. 14 from 5:30 to Color: Black
8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park. 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit
Singing in the Round. Popular Commentaries on or call 215-545-4400. tAodpNsuamlbleor:f0f0e0r7s4f7o4r4 your
ORT America Luncheon. Genesis. 401 S. Broad St., Philadelphia. diamonds & jewelry.
Join Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel
The Marple Chapter of ORT America members and others who love singing Join Har Zion Temple to study the Deli Dinner and Sixers. We can pay more because
will hold a luncheon meeting at 11 a.m. together to learn rounds in Hebrew commentaries found in the Hertz we know the true value.
at Charlotte’s Restaurant. The pro- with congregant Shlomo Cohen. No Chumash, the Etz Hayim Chumash and Join the Men’s Club of Melrose B’nai Immediate cash for one
gram will be a musical performance musical training is necessary. Word the commentaries of modern biblical Israel Emanu-El for a deli dinner and piece or an entire
by The Grateful Alive Band with a sheets (without musical notation) in scholars to deepen our understanding “Let’s Talk Sixers” panel featuring collection.
message of gratitude for life. Reserva- Hebrew with English translation and of the first book of the Bible. Led by Tom McGinniss, 76ers radio voice;
tions may be made at 484-413-2260. transliteration will be provided. We Rabbi Rosenberg. For more informa- Keith Pompey, 76ers beat writer, The 201 Old York Road • Jenkintown, PA
$18. 3207 West Chester Pike, New- will begin with easy rounds and learn tion, call 610-667-5000. 1500 Hagys Philadelphia Inquirer; and Spike Eskin,
town Square. by hearing portions of the melody Ford Road, Penn Valley. program director, WIP FM Philadel- (215) 885-7070
sung to us, repeating and expanding phia. Deli (meat) dinner at 6:15 p.m.
Active Adult Club. on that until we get the entire round. Bible Study. and panel program at 7 p.m. $25. Call Open Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
For setting up purposes, registration 215-635-1505 for more information. 10am - 4:30pm
Join HAZAAC - Har Zion Active Adult is preferred, but not required. RSVP Main Line Reform Temple clergy 8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park.
Club at Har Zion Temple at 11:30 a.m. to the temple o ce at 215-735-5148. leads a discussion of the tanakh, or Closed Sunday, Monday & Tuesday
Come socialize. Come connect. Come 300 S. 18th St., Philadelphia. Jewish bible. The ongoing process Shul Stitchers.
eat. Open to the community. $5 per begins with Genesis and proceeds Katrina l. Grinn/Hemera/
person at the door, includes lunch. Yiddish Culture Festival. over the course of the year. Anyone Bring your needles and yarn to
RSVP by Sept. 11 to Harriet at 610- is welcome to join in at any point, Har Zion Temple at 7 p.m. to create
667-5000. 1500 Hagys Ford Road, This free, informal gathering at whether you are a longtime student of squares that will be connected to form
Penn Valley. Haverford College meets periodically Torah or if you have never looked at cozy blankets for those in need. For
to enjoy film, music and speakers the Torah before. Begins at 11 a.m. 410 more information, call 610-667-5000.
Lunch and Learn Program. encompassing all things Yiddish. It is Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood. 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley.
not necessary to speak or understand
Pack your lunch and join Gershman Yiddish to fully enjoy these events. Women of Vision Fall Event.
Y for this lecture series at 12:30 p.m. Meetings are held Wednesdays at 7:30
with “A Reporter’s Front Row Seat p.m. in Chase Hall Auditorium. For Jewish Federation of Greater Phila-
to History.” Edward Eisen, veteran more information or directions, see delphia Women of Vision’s fall event
journalist, editor and author will share our website at or that will honor outgoing chair, Penni
the personal story of his career on the contact Je Tecosky-Feldman (jte- Blaskey, and install the new chair,
front lines of history. Sharing tales, 610-896-1199). Marcy Bacine, will take place at 5:30
only a reporter could, learn how a All are welcome. p.m. at Germantown Jewish Centre.
Jewish kid from Brooklyn became the Featuring keynote speaker Stosh
spokesman for two popes, discovered THURSDAY, SEPT. Cotler, CEO of Bend the Arc. $75.
the underbelly of the Philadelphia 400 W. Ellet St., Philadelphia.
Mafia, and much more. $12. 401 S. Mommy and Me.
Broad St., Philadelphia. AnachroniCity Opening
Sherrie Turetsky, director of the Reception.
Mahjong. School of Early Learning at Old York
Road Temple-Beth Am, will lead a Artist Anna Fine Foer will show her
Enjoy an evening of mahjong with weekly one-hour “Mommy & Me” class complex collages in the Gershman
the Sisterhood of Old York Road at 9:30 a.m.For more information, call Gallery of the Gershman Y this fall,
Temple-Beth Am at 7 p.m. $5. opening Sept. 14 and closing Dec. 15.

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Properties to be sold by then to any municipal claims Floor, a Schedule of Distribu- Known Surviving Heir E. Von Rosenstiel, P.C., Law Group, P.C.
JEWELL WILLIAMS tion Thirty (30) Days from the of Ethlyn Goodjoines, Martha E. Von Rosenstiel,
Sheriff on Tuesday, October 3, that the City of Philadelphia date of the sale of Real Estate. Charles O. Goodjoines, Esquire, Heather Riloff, 1 7 1 0 -3 1 7
2017 at First District Plaza, Distribution will be made in ac- Known Surviving Heir Esquire, Tyler J. Wilk, 506 Oak Ln a/k/a 506
3801 Market Street, at 9:00 has on the property. Finally, if cordance with the Schedule un- of of Ethlyn Goodjoines, Esquire Oak Lane Ave 19126
AM. (EST) less exceptions are led thereto Unknown Surviving Heirs 61st wd. (formerly part
a balance still remains, a Sher- within ten (10) days thereafter.  of Ethlyn Goodjoines, 1 7 1 0 -3 0 9 of the 50th wd.) 26,062
Conditions of Sheriff’s Ronald H. Goodjoines, 5938 W Jefferson St Sq. Ft. OPA#611421800
Sale for iff’s Distribution Policy will be The name rst appearing Known Surviving Heir 19151 34th wd. 1,788 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
in each notice is that of the de- of Ethlyn Goodjoines, Sq. Ft. OPA#342058500 DENTIAL PROPERTY
JUDICIAL/FORECLO- ordered and the money will be fendant in the writ whose prop- Patricia L. Goodjoines, IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Joyce Leora Bryant-Sneed
SURE SALE erty is being sold. All Writs are Known Surviving Heir DENTIAL PROPERTY and Garfield Sneed C.P.
distributed accordingly.  Writs of Executions.  of Ethlyn Goodjoines, Gregory Cooper Jr. C.P. September Term, 2008 No.
Ten percent of the highest Michelle J. Goodjoines January Term, 2017 No. 02227 $260,762.05 KML
bid for each property auctioned No personal checks, drafts The letters C.P., Court of Known Surviving Heir of 00474 $129,871.55 KML Law Group, P.C.
off shall be deposited in certi- Common Pleas; O.C., Orphans’ of Ethlyn Goodjoines and Law Group, P.C.
or promises to pay will be Court; Q.S., Court of Quarter Earl Goodjoines, Known 1 7 1 0 -3 1 8
ed check, attorney’s check or Sessions; C.C., County Court - Surviving Heir of Ethlyn 1 7 1 0 -3 1 0 1522 Overington St
money order with the Sheriff by accepted in lieu of   certi ed indicate the Court out of which Goodjoines C.P. February 6330 Oakland St 19149 19124 23rd wd. 1,697
each bidder when his bid is reg- the writ of execution issues Term, 2016 No. 02157 54th wd. (formerly part Sq. Ft. OPA#232117500
istered, provided that in no case checks, attorney’s checks or under which the sale is made: $51,635.11 McCabe, of the 35th wd.) 1,378 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
shall less than Six Hundred S. 1941. 223. means September Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. Sq. Ft. OPA#541255100 DENTIAL PROPERTY
Dollars ($600.00) be deposited, money orders made payable Term, 1941. 223, the term and IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Alla Kheyfets and Sergey
otherwise upon failure or re- number of the docket entry; 1 7 1 0 -3 0 3 DENTIAL PROPERTY Ostrovskii C.P. October
fusal to make such deposit, the to the Sheriff of Philadelphia the gures following show the 8620 Williams Ave Denise Tootle C.P. April Term, 2014 No. 01262
bidder shall lose all bene t of amount of debt; and the name 19150 50th wd. 2,014 Term, 2015 No. 03105 $78,342.32 Shapiro &
his bid and the property may be  County.  following is that of the attorney Sq. Ft. OPA#502255600 $144,021.66 KML Law DeNardo, LLC
offered again and sold unless a issuing the writ.  IMPROVEMENTS: Group, P.C.
second bid has been registered, The Sheriff reserves the RESIDENTIAL PROP- 1 7 1 0 -3 1 9
then, the second highest bidder Attention is called to the ERTY Herbert Garrett and 1 7 1 0 -3 1 1 4855 C St 19120
will take the property at the right to grant further extensions provisions of Act No.104, ap- Randi Laura Jamison C.P. 809 Delray St 19116 42nd wd. 1,260 Sq.
highest bid price. proved July 27, 1955, which October Term, 2016 No. 58th wd. 6,000 Sq. Ft. OPA#421374300
of time to settle and further requires owners of properties 01623 $49,002.54 KML Ft. OPA#582221400 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
Additionally, where there which are used, designed or Law Group, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- DENTIAL PROPERTY The
is active bidding, the highest reserves the right to refuse bids intended to be used by three DENTIAL PROPERTY Jill Unknown Heirs of Claire
bidder, and the second high- or more families, or of com- 1 7 1 0 -3 0 4 Dooley FKA Jill Brennan Caverow a/k/a Claire
est bidder, if any must post from bidders who have failed mercial establishments which 1324 Sigel St 19148 39th and Richard Dooley C.P. Violet Caverow Deceased
the entire amount of the cost contain one or more dwelling wd. 700 Sq. Ft. BRT#39- March Term, 2013 No. and Martin Caverow Solely
of the distribution policy for to enter deposits on their bids, units, to deliver to the buyers of 4568500; OPA#394568500 00206 $398,732.54 KML in His Capacity as Heir
the property at the time of such properties a use registra- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Law Group, P.C. of Claire Caverow a/k/a
sale by certi ed check, attor- failed to make settlement, or tion permit at the time of settle- DENTIAL DWELLING Claire Violet Caverow
ney’s check or money order ment, under certain terms and Clement H. Coleman C.P. 1 7 1 0 -3 1 2 Deceased C.P. January
with the Sheriff.  The Sheriff make fraudulent bids, or any conditions. Sheriff Sales are not January Term, 2017 No. 6432 Limekiln Pike Term, 2017 No. 01467
reserves the right to reject subject to provisions of the said 01198 $133,933.14 Udren 19138 17th wd. 1,600 $76,819.50 KML Law
any certi ed check, attor- other behavior which causes Act and the Sheriff will, there- Law Offices, P.C. Sq. Ft. OPA#172318100 Group, P.C.
ney’s check or money order fore, not deliver use registration IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
that on its face has an expired disruption of the Sheriff Sale. permits in connection with any 1 7 1 0 -3 0 5 DENTIAL PROPERTY 1 7 1 0 -3 2 0
use date and is presented for sales conducted by him.  1620 Conlyn St 19141 Michael A. Dunn Solely 5612 Ridgewood St
payment of the deposit. Said bidders shall be so refused 17th wd. 1,760 Sq. in His Capacity as Heir 19143 51st wd. 1,032
Very truly yours, Ft. OPA#171128200 of William Dunn and The Sq. Ft. OPA#513252400
The balance of the purchase for the sale in which said be- JEWELL WILLIAMS IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Unknown Heirs of William IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
money must be deposited DENTIAL PROPERTY Dunn, Deceased C.P. DENTIAL PROPERTY
in  certi ed check, attorney’s havior occurred and for said Sheriff Loretha Howard C.P. December Term, 2016 No. Danielle Wright C.P. Janu-
check or money order together City and County of October Term, 2015 No. 03362 $67,469.56 KML ary Term, 2017 No. 04106
with a Deed poll for execution further period of time as the 03177 $103,523.33 KML Law Group, P.C. $43,696.01 Shapiro &
by the highest bidder to the Philadelphia Law Group, P.C. DeNardo, LLC
Sheriff at his of ce within 30 Sheriff in his discretion shall 1 7 1 0 -3 1 3
days from the time of the sale. www.Officeof 1 7 1 0 -3 0 6 2217 S Felton St 19142 1 7 1 0 -3 2 1
An extension of time for an ad- determine.  Philadelphia 806 Jackson St 19148- 40th wd. 1,200 Sq. 2940 Elbridge St 19149
ditional 30 days may be granted 3108 39th wd. 770 Sq. Ft. OPA#401159700 55th wd. 1,271 Sq.
at the discretion of the Sheriff The Sheriff will not ac- Ft. OPA#393320700 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Ft. OPA#551025500
from the buyer requesting the knowledge a deed poll to any Sheriff’s Sales are conducted DENTIAL PROPERTY Ella F. Bennett a/k/a Ella RESIDENTIAL PROP-
same, except when a second pursuant to the orders of the Han Kao and Sam Or C.P. Bennett C.P. December ERTY Mohamed Sesay
bidder has been duly registered. individual or entity using an August Term, 2016 No. Term, 2016 No. 03142 and Sebatu Sheriff C.P.
Also, if the rst bidder does not Courts and Judges of the 00845 $24,025.38 KML $45,976.27 KML Law November Term, 2014 No.
complete settlement with the unregistered ctitious name First Judicial District. Only Law Group, P.C. Group, P.C. 02557 $143,071.28 KML
Sheriff within the thirty (30) properties that are subject to Law Group, P.C.
day time limit and a second bid and may, at his discretion, judgments issued by the First 1 7 1 0 -3 0 7 1 7 1 0 -3 1 4
was registered at the sale, the Judicial District are listed for 4217 O St 19124 6109 N Marshall St 1 7 1 0 -3 2 2
second bidder shall be granted require proof of identity of the sale. By law, the Sheriff’s 33rd wd. 1,120 Sq. 19120 61st wd. 1,360 1324-1326 E Passyunk
the same thirty (30) day time Ft. OPA#332552700 Sq. Ft. OPA#611139200 Ave 19147 1st wd.
limit to make settlement with purchaser or the registration Of ce cannot decide if a IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Land: 4,341 Sq. Ft.;
the Sheriff on his second bid. property can be listed for sale; DENTIAL PROPERTY DENTIAL PROPERTY Improvement: 7,458 Sq.
Thereafter, the Sheriff shall of ctitious names. The bid of Pedro Roman C.P. August John T. Brice C.P. April Ft. BRT#882965990
be at liberty to return the writ only the District Courts can Term, 2016 No. 01436 Term, 2015 No. 02445 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
to court. A second bid must be an unregistered ctitious name order a property to be sold at $125,328.22 KML Law $96,025.36 KML Law DENTIAL REAL ESTATE
registered on any property im- Group, P.C. Group, P.C. William DiDonato, Jr.
mediately after it is sold. The shall be forfeited as if the bid- auction. C.P. April Term, 2017 No.
second bidder must present the 1 7 1 0 -3 0 8 1 7 1 0 -3 1 5 003961 $470,044.73 Stern
same amount of deposit that the der failed to meet the terms of SHERIFF’S SALE 1219 South St A a/k/a 1700 Yewdall St 40th wd. & Eisenberg PC
highest bidder delivers to the 1221-1229 South St, on the Southwest Side
Sheriff at the sale. An extension sale.  OF 1219A and Parking Space of Yewdall St. 3 ft. 0 in. 1 7 1 0 -3 2 3
of time under no circumstances No. 53 19147 5th wd. Southeastwardly from 2742 W Glenwood Ave
will be granted or honored by All bidders are advised to Tuesday, Premises A: Land Area: 0 Greenway Avenue; Front: 19121 32nd wd. 700
the Sheriff whenever a second Sq. Ft. undivided interest 15 ft. 6 in Depth: 59 ft Sq. Ft. OPA#323050400
bid is registered on a property remain at the sale until after October 3, 2017 in Common Elements (as 0 in. BRT#514172000 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
at the sale. defined in such Declarion) Wellington John, deceased DENTIAL PROPERTY The
the last property is sold. The 1 7 1 0 -3 0 1 of 1/54th fractional inter- and Gladys Maingot John, Unknown Heirs of Barbara
The rst bid or opening bid 5920 N Leithgow St est; CONDOMINIUM; His Wife, deceased C.P. Epperson Deceased, Tanya
on each property shall be set by Sheriff reserves the right to 19120 61st wd. 989 Sq. Premises B: Land Area: 0 February Term, 2016 No. Baker a/k/a Tanya Aikens
the City of Philadelphia. In no Ft. BRT#612355100 Sq. Ft. undivided interest 02948 $19,205.81 Lois M. Solely in Her Capacity as
event will the successful bid- re-sell any property at any time IMPROVEMENTS: in the Common Elements Vitti, Esquire Heir of Barbara Epperson
der be allowed to settle on the RESIDENTIAL DWELL- (as defined by such Decla- Deceased and Darcell
property unless all the Sheriff’s before the end of the sale, upon ING Frank Paige C.P. May ration) of 1/69th fractional 1 7 1 0 -3 1 6 Johnson Solely in His Ca-
costs are paid notwithstanding Term, 2017 No. 01940 interest; CONDOMIN- 136 W Ritner St a/k/a pacity as Heir of Barbara
the nal bid. the successful bidders’ failure $86,270.92 Udren Law IUM BRT#888053175 136 Ritner St 19148 Epperson Deceased C.P.
Offices, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: 39th wd. 840 Sq. January Term, 2017 No.
The deposit by any bidder to tender the required deposit. RESIDENTIAL DWELL- Ft. OPA#391130100 00306 $134,418.84 KML
who fails to comply with the 1 7 1 0 -3 0 2 ING Michael E. Herr IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Law Group, P.C.
above conditions of sale shall The Sheriff reserves the right to 3539 N Marvine St a/k/a Michael Herr C.P. DENTIAL PROPERTY
be forfeited and the funds will 19140 43rd wd. ROW 2 December Term, 2016 No. Maria Elena Grandelli and 1 7 1 0 -3 2 4
be applied to the Sheriff’s cost, postpone or stay the sale of any STY MASONRY; 1,282 00539 $130,467.18 Martha Gregory Grandelli C.P. 6531 Allman St 19142
Sq. Ft. BRT#432147100 January Term, 2017 No. 40th wd. 1,238 Sq.
property in which the attorney IMPROVEMENTS: 01552 $159,427.80 KML Ft. OPA#403103200
on the writ has not appeared ING James A. Goodjoines,

and is not present at the sale. 
Prospective purchasers

are directed to the Web site
of the Philadelphia Bureau
of Revision of Taxes, (BRT) for a fuller
description of the proper-
ties listed. Properties can be
looked up by the BRT num-
ber – which should be cross
checked with the address.
Prospective purchasers are
also directed to the Room
154 City Hall, 215-686-1483
and to its website philadox. and to its website
where they can view the deed
to each individual property
and nd the boundaries of the
BRT # refers to a unique
number assigned by the City
Bureau of Revision of Taxes
to each property in the City
for the purpose of assessing it
for taxes. This number can be
used to obtain descriptive in-
formation about the property
from the BRT website. Effec-
tive Date: July 7, 2006 



The Sheriff will le in his

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IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 02282 $122,049.75 Phelan 1 7 1 0 -3 4 0 Sq. Ft. OPA#353153100 Hallinan Diamond & Jones, heirs, successors, assigns,
DENTIAL PROPERTY Hallinan Diamond & 2323-25 Mifflin St IMPROVEMENTS: LLP and all persons, firms, or
Ravone Stokes C.P. Febru- Jones, LLP 19145 48th wd. 1,612 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY associations claiming right,
ary Term, 2015 No. 02848 Sq. Ft. OPA#882006830 Deo Gokool C.P. October 1 7 1 0 -3 5 6 title, or interest from or
$63,193.51 Meredith H. 1 7 1 0 -3 3 2 IMPROVEMENTS: Term, 2016 No. 00140 2343 S Chadwick St under Ronald Dade, Jr,
Wooters, Esquire; Manley 11773 Dimarco Dr 19154- RESIDENTIAL PROP- $195,294.78 Phelan 19145-4318 26th wd. 994 Deceased C.P. June Term,
Deas Kochalski, LLC 3716 66th wd. 1,528 ERTY Shirlrick Corp, A Hallinan Diamond & Jones, Sq. Ft. OPA#261316400 2016 No. 00350 $29,961.59
Sq. Ft. OPA#662249500 Pennsylvania Corporation LLP IMPROVEMENTS: Phelan Hallinan Diamond
1 7 1 0 -3 2 5 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- and Mitchell Epps Jr a/k/a RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY & Jones, LLP
1721 Dallas Rd 19126 DENTIAL PROPERTY Mitchell Epps C.P. March 1 7 1 0 -3 4 8 David Facenda C.P. January
10th wd. 1,344 Sq. Bryan E. Kentner a/k/a Term, 2016 No. 01736 433 E Mount Airy Ave Term, 2017 No. 00767 1 7 1 0 -3 6 2
Ft. OPA#101289600 Bryan Kentner and Carol P. $239,963.51 KML Law 19119 9th wd. 5,156 $150,995.61 Phelan 1318 Robbins St 19111-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Kentner a/k/a Carol Kent- Group, P.C. Sq. Ft. OPA#091003800 Hallinan Diamond & Jones, 5822 53rd wd. 1,146
DENTIAL PROPERTY ner C.P. May Term, 2014 IMPROVEMENTS: LLP Sq. Ft. OPA#531040600
Amir Williams; Nafeesa No. 01011 $111,859.57 1 7 1 0 -3 4 1 RESIDENTIAL PROP- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
Abdul Malik a/k/a Nafeesa Phelan Hallinan Diamond 7448 Rhoads St 19151 ERTY Brenda Thomas C.P. 1 7 1 0 -3 5 7 DENTIAL PROPERTY
A. Malik a/k/a Nafeesa & Jones, LLP 34th wd. ROW B/GAR 2 December Term, 2016 No. 10857 Harrow Rd 19154 Alicia Pagan C.P. June
Malik C.P. December STY MASONRY; 1,446 02227 $289,709.23 Cristina 66th wd. 2,300 Sq. Term, 2016 No. 03339
Term, 2015 No. 01254 1 7 1 0 -3 3 3 Sq. Ft. BRT#343155400 L. Connor, Esquire; Manley Ft. OPA#662074300 $118,169.02 Phelan
$156,750.54 Meredith H. 5801 Christian St 19143 IMPROVEMENTS: Deas Kochalski, LLC IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Hallinan Diamond & Jones,
Wooters, Esquire; Manley 3rd wd. 1,360 Sq. Ft. RESIDENTIAL DWELL- DENTIAL PROPERTY LLP
Deas Kochalski, LLC OPA#03-3-0472-00n ING Chitra Sethuraman 1 7 1 0 -3 4 9 Bevya Livi, John Livi
IMPROVEMENTS: ROW C.P. December Term, 2016 1022 Foster St 19116 and Mario Schillaci C.P. 1 7 1 0 -3 6 3
1 7 1 0 -3 2 6 HOUSE Fairfax Investment No. 02380 $127,752.13 58th wd. 1,602 Sq. August Term, 2016 No. 108 Hickory Hill Rd
1917 S 65th St 19142 Company, LLC C.P. June McCabe, Weisberg, & Ft. BRT#582164500 01454 $263,048.99 KML 19154-4306 66th wd.
40th wd. 1,120 Sq. Term, 2015 No. 001617 Conway, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: Law Group, P.C. (formerly 58th wd.) 1,296
Ft. BRT#401202800 $110,286.07 Craig H. RESIDENTIAL REAL Sq. Ft. OPA#662308700
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Fox, Esq 1 7 1 0 -3 4 2 ESTATE Sergey Zherlitsin 1 7 1 0 -3 5 8 IMPROVEMENTS:
DENTIAL REAL ESTATE 10210 Albemarle Ln a/k/a George Sergey Adams 2555 S Robinson St RESIDENTIAL PROP-
Beatrice N. Adigwe a/k/a 1 7 1 0 -3 3 4 19114 66th wd. 2,337 Sq. and Lyubov Zherlitsina 19142-3521 40th wd. 960 ERTY Thomas J. Holzer
Beatice N. Adigwe C.P. 410 Livezey St 19128 Ft. OPA#66-1-0620-00 a/k/a Anna Love Adams Sq. Ft. OPA#402087700 & Eleanor E. Holzer C.P.
June Term, 2016 No. 21st wd. 7,233 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE C.P. August Term, 2016 No. IMPROVEMENTS: January Term, 2017 No.
00243 $79,857.18 Stern & Ft. OPA#212342430 FAMILY ROW HOME 00844 $204,124.32 Stern & RESIDENTIAL 00051 $77,448.25 Phelan
Eisenberg PC IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Christina M. Haftel C.P. Eisenberg PC PROPERTY Raymond Hallinan Diamond & Jones,
DENTIAL PROPERTY August Term, 2016 No. Caster, in His Capacity as LLP
1 7 1 0 -3 2 7 Patrick T. Trainor a/k/a 002311 $76,312.90 Craig H. 1 7 1 0 -3 5 0 Heir of Darlette Caster,
1335 E Passyunk Ave Patrick Trainor C.P. Fox, Esq 7820 Fayette St 19150 Deceased; Tiffany A. 1 7 1 0 -3 6 4
19147 1st wd. Land: December Term, 2016 50th wd. Land: 1,757 Sq. Caster in Her Capac- 205 Hermit St 19128-
1,710 Sq. Ft.; Improve- No. 01291 $277,225.15 1 7 1 0 -3 4 3 Ft.; Improvement: 1,090 ity as Heir of Darlette 5222 21st wd. 1,095
ment: 3,045 Sq. Ft. Cristina L. Connor, 5509 Blakemore St Sq. Ft.; Total: 2,847 Sq. Caster, Deceased; April Sq. Ft. OPA#211019100
BRT#882968080 Esquire; Manley Deas 19138 12th wd. 1,010 Ft. OPA#501023000 S. Caster, in Her Capacity IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Kochalski, LLC Sq. Ft. OPA#122280800 IMPROVEMENTS: as Heir of Darlette Caster, DENTIAL PROPERTY
William DiDonato, Jr C.P. 1 7 1 0 -3 3 5 RESIDENTIAL PROP- Mikal Moore a/k/a Mikal H. heirs, successors, assigns, January Term, 2017 No.
April Term, 2017 No. 1341 Tyson Ave 19111 ERTY Christopher French Moore C.P. October Term, and all persons, firms, 00762 $171,578.46 Phelan
003959 $194,435.20 Stern 53rd wd. 5,500 Sq. (deceased); The Unknown 2016 No. 04940 $84,449.06 or associations claiming Hallinan Diamond & Jones,
& Eisenberg PC Ft. OPA#532240400 Heirs and/or Administrators Richard M. Squire & right, title, or interest from LLP
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- of the Estate of Christopher Associates, LLC or under Darlette Caster,
1 7 1 0 -3 2 8 DENTIAL PROPERTY French C.P. November Deceased; Randall Austin, 1 7 1 0 -3 6 5
338 E. Albanus St Nicholas Trubisky C.P. Term, 2015 No. 03336 1 7 1 0 -3 5 1 in His Capacity as Heir of 6238 N Gratz St 19141-
42nd wd. 1,125 Sq. January Term, 2015 No. $29,848.50 Meredith H. 713A S 18th St 19146 Darlette Caster, Deceased 1422 17th wd. 1,024
Ft. BRT#421148900 02649 $85,962.74 KML Wooters, Esquire; Manley 30th wd. 1,228 Sq. C.P. November Term, 2016 Sq. Ft. OPA#172296000
IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Law Group, P.C. Deas Kochalski, LLC Ft. OPA#301351009 No. 02789 $69,101.12 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
William Harris a/k/a Wil- 1 7 1 0 -3 3 6 1 7 1 0 -3 4 4 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY & Jones, LLP Adina Williams-Jones C.P.
liam Harris C.P. September 9199 Ryerson Rd 19114 7142 Walker St 19135 Stephen A. Yates C.P. No- October Term, 2016 No.
Term, 2012 No. 02739 57th wd. Land: 2,790 Sq. 41st wd. 1,283 Sq. vember Term, 2016 No. 1 7 1 0 -3 5 9 01520 $76,217.90 Phelan
$126,159.41 Milstead & Ft.; Improvement: 1,760 Ft. OPA#412269200 03197 $102,623.84 Cristina 2261 N Van Pelt St 19132- Hallinan Diamond & Jones,
Associates, LLC Sq. Ft.; Total: 4,550 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- L. Connor, Esquire; Manley 4821 16th wd. 1,526 LLP
Ft. OPA#572197250 DENTIAL PROPERTY John Deas Kochalski, LLC Sq. Ft. OPA#162191100
1 7 1 0 -3 2 9 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- D. Urbach; Melissa Urbach IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 1 7 1 0 -3 6 6
4626 Greene St 19144- DENTIAL PROPERTY Herb C.P. September 1 7 1 0 -3 5 2 DENTIAL PROPERTY 770 Smylie Rd 19124
6066 12th wd. 2,560 Ernest O. Tanoh C.P. April Term, 2013 No. 00014 5964 Newtown Ave 19120 Jenel S. Odom C.P. March 35th wd. 1,434 Sq.
Sq. Ft. OPA#123157900 Term, 2016 No. 00356 $136,731.21 Justin F. 35th wd. 2,195 Sq. Ft. Term, 2016 No. 02617 Ft. OPA#351000800
IMPROVEMENTS: $209,509.17 Richard M. Kobeski, Esquire; Manley OPA#35-2-2042-00 Subject $98,492.20 Phelan Hal- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
RESIDENTIAL PROP- Squire & Associates, LLC Deas Kochalski LLC to Mortgage IMPROVE- linan Diamond & Jones, DENTIAL PROPERTY
ERTY Kathy C. Sibert MENTS: SINGLE FAMILY LLP Jennifer Susan Van Dyke
a/k/a Kathy Sibert C.P. 1 7 1 0 -3 3 7 1 7 1 0 -3 4 5 ROW HOME Patricia Clo- C.P. January Term, 2015
November Term, 2006 No. 849 N 13th St 19123- 7944 Fayette St 19150 man, Deceased C.P. October 1 7 1 0 -3 6 0 No. 02461 $39,225.33
01098 $112,955.81 Phelan 1822 14th wd. 1,260 50th wd. 1,603 Sq. Ft. Term, 2016 No. 002774 8544 Summerdale Ave KML Law Group, P.C.
Hallinan Diamond & Sq. Ft. OPA#141193610 OPA#502284500 Subject $28,934.14 Craig H. Fox, 19152-1142 56th wd. 1,066
Jones, LLP IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- to Mortgage IMPROVE- Esq Sq. Ft. OPA#562347200 1 7 1 0 -3 6 7
1 7 1 0 -3 3 0 Arminter Mclaughlin PROPERTY The Unknown 1 7 1 0 -3 5 3 DENTIAL PROPERTY 903 19107 5th wd. 730
4645 Weymouth St a/k/a Arminter Tow Heirs of The Estate of 5907 Jackson St 19135 Kelly A. Freer & Scott Sq. Ft. OPA#888057602
19120-4619 42nd wd. 800 a/k/a Arminter Yow C.P. Marion Freeman, Deceased, 41st wd. 1,026 Sq. A. Freer a/k/a Scott Freer IMPROVEMENTS:
Sq. Ft. OPA#421594200 September Term, 2014 No. Brian Freeman, Solely in Ft. OPA#411193000 C.P. January Term, 2017 RESIDENTIAL CONDO-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 01534 $35,280.89 Phelan His Capacity as Heir of IMPROVEMENTS: No. 00031 $175,680.04 MINIUM UNIT Rachael
DENTIAL PROPERTY Hallinan Diamond & Marion Freeman, Deceased, RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Phelan Hallinan Diamond Ballali C.P. February
Dawn Beattie, in Her Jones, LLP Jarett Freeman, Solely in Anibal Figueroa C.P. Janu- & Jones, LLP Term, 2015 No. 00635
Capacity as Administratrix His Capacity as Heir of ary Term, 2017 No. 00600 $9,385.93 Elliot H. Berton,
and Heir of the Estate of 1 7 1 0 -3 3 8 Marion Freeman, Deceased $49,199.63 Phelan Hallinan 1 7 1 0 -3 6 1 Esquire-Benjamin F. Dill,
Elaine Schachter; John C. 912 Knorr St 19111 and Randy Freeman Solely Diamond & Jones, LLP 2645 S Dewey St Esquire
Beattie, in his Capacity as 53rd wd. 5,388 Sq. in His Capacity as Heir of 19142-3519 40th wd. 960
Heir of Elaine Schachter, Ft. OPA#532116700 Marion Freman, Deceased 1 7 1 0 -3 5 4 Sq. Ft. OPA#402076500 1 7 1 0 -3 6 8
Deceased; Unknown heirs, IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- C.P. December Term, 2013 7341 Malvern Ave IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 2023 E Westmoreland
successors, assigns, and all DENTIAL PROPERTY No. 00836 $183,225.06 19151-2210 34th wd. 1,120 DENTIAL PROPERTY St 19134 45th wd. 806
persons, firms, or associa- Geraldine P. Morse; United KML Law Group, P.C. Sq. Ft. OPA#344090000 Mercades A. Dade, in Her Sq. Ft. OPA#452040600
tions claiming right, title, States of America C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: Capacity as Administratrix IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
or interest from or under July Term, 2014 No. 00780 1 7 1 0 -3 4 6 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY and Heir of the Estate of DENTIAL PROPERTY
Elaine Schachter, Deceased $94,488.72 Meredith H. 2100 Carpenter St 19146 Michael Richardson C.P. Ronald Dade, Jr.; Ciannie Andrea Robinson C.P.
C.P. October Term, 2016 Wooters, Esquire; Manley 30th wd. ROW CONV/ May Term, 2015 No. Dade, in Her Capacity December Term, 2016 No.
No. 04602 $47,140.65 Deas Kochalski, LLC APT 3 STY MASON; 2,544 00712 $161,918.54 Phelan as heir of the Estate of 00691 $28,781.78 KML
Phelan Hallinan Diamond Sq. Ft. BRT#302228600 Hallinan Diamond & Jones, Ronald Dade, Jr; Mecca Law Group, P.C.
& Jones, LLP 1 7 1 0 -3 3 9 IMPROVEMENTS: LLP Golden, in Her Caapcity
6158 N 4th St 19120- RESIDENTIAL DWELL- as heir of the Estate of 1 7 1 0 -3 6 9
1 7 1 0 -3 3 1 1440 61st wd. 1,226 ING Anthony Baylock C.P. 1 7 1 0 -3 5 5 Ronald Dade, Jr; Sharon 7324 Drexel Rd 19151
230 W School House Ln Sq. Ft. OPA#611069700 June Term, 2016 No. 00506 4928 Hawthorne St Daniels, in Her Capacity 34th wd. 1,476 Sq.
19144-3927 12th wd. 4,042 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- $454,022.45 McCabe, 19124-2728 23rd wd. 1,230 as Heir of the Estate of Ft. OPA#344143900
Sq. Ft. OPA#124069400 DENTIAL PROPERTY Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. Sq. Ft. OPA#232287900 Ronald Dade, Jr.; Rashan IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
DENTIAL PROPERTY C.P. December Term, 2016 1 7 1 0 -3 4 7 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY as Heir of the Estate of Barbara J. Jones C.P.
Jeffrey C. Collins C.P. No. 01573 $75,804.24 360 Longshore Ave Aldridk Gessa C.P. January Ronald Dade, Jr; Unknown September Term, 2014 No.
April Term, 2016 No. Phelan Hallinan Diamond 19111-3911 35th wd. 1,664 Term, 2017 No. 00046 00725 $122,102.44 KML
& Jones, LLP $111,075.33 Phelan Law Group, P.C.



1 7 1 0 -3 7 0 No. 00754 $55,468.82 SHERIFF’S SALE SHERIFF’S SALE McIlwain and Darryl No. 01131 $321,632.68
5744 Pemberton St McCabe, Weisberg, & McIlwain C.P. July Milstead & Associates,
19143 46th wd. 900 Sq. Conway, P.C. heirs, successors, assigns, IMPROVEMENTS: Term, 2015 No. 00548 LLC
Ft. OPA#463072300 and all persons, firms, RESIDENTIAL PROP- $169,328.73 Milstead &
IMPROVEMENTS: 1 7 1 0 -3 7 8 or associations claiming ERTY James D. Bell C.P. Associates, LLC 1 7 1 0 -4 0 9
RESIDENTIAL PROP- 5247 N Howard St 19120 right, title, or interest from December Term, 2016 No. 2135 N 18th St 32nd wd.
ERTY Eliza A. Moore C.P. 42nd wd. 1,242 Sq. or under Elaine Holloway 00013 $84,469.27 Phelan 1 7 1 0 -4 0 1 1,171 Sq. Ft. (land area);
January Term, 2017 No. Ft. OPA#42-2-333000 a/k/a Elaine N. Wright- Hallinan Diamond & 1702 S 54th St 40th 1,896 Sq. Ft. (improvement
00481 $58,656.47 KML IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Holloway, Deceased C.P. Jones, LLP wd. 900 Sq. Ft. area) BRT#321222200
Law Group, P.C. DENTIAL PROPERTY November Term, 2014 No. BRT#514157200 Subject to Mortgage
Som Noeun C.P. November 00512 $114,988.81 Martha 1 7 1 0 -3 9 4 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2 Subject to Rent Najeeb
1 7 1 0 -3 7 1 Term, 2016 No. 03128 E. Von Rosenstiel, P.C., 3404 Disston St 19149- STY MASONRY Thomas Sheikh a/k/a Najeeb
3015 Hale St 19149 $80,785.58 Shapiro & Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, 2010 55th wd. 1,330 Spencer, Deceased and H. Sheikh-Yousef C.P.
55th wd. 1,056 Sq. DeNardo, LLC Esquire, Heather Riloff, Sq. Ft. OPA#551301600 Grace Spencer, Deceased October Term, 2016 No.
Ft. OPA#551000175 Esquire, Tyler J. Wilk, IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- C.P. June Term, 2015 No. 02380 $172,231.24 Steven
IMPROVEMENTS: 1 7 1 0 -3 7 9 Esquire DENTIAL PROPERTY 02390 $34,533.01 Milstead E. Angstreich, Esquire;
RESIDENTIAL PROP- 8850 Bradford St 19115 Deeett Egrie & Jason Egrie & Associates, LLC Lauren N. Schwimmer,
ERTY Rachel J. Leva C.P. 56th wd. 4,111 Sq. 1 7 1 0 -3 8 6 C.P. October Term, 2016 Esquire; Weir & Partners,
September Term, 2016 No. Ft. OPA#562451600 4520 N Uber St #A&B No. 01739 $119,769.65 1 7 1 0 -4 0 2 LLP
03020 $83,111.62 KML IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 13th wd. 1,351 Sq. Phelan Hallinan Diamond 528 W Fisher Ave
Law Group, P.C. DENTIAL PROPERTY Ft. BRT#132224600 & Jones, LLP 49th wd. 1,054 Sq. 1 7 1 0 -4 1 0
Sheldon S. Ramcharitar IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Ft. BRT#492038100 4235 N Darien St 19140
1 7 1 0 -3 7 2 and Rena Ramcharitar C.P. DENTIAL DWELLING 1 7 1 0 -3 9 5 IMPROVEMENTS: 43rd wd. ROW 2 STY
624 E Ontario St 19134 May Term, 2016 No. 04071 Eunice Lee Jones a/k/a 241 E Indiana Ave ROW 2 STY MASONRY MASONRY; 1,038 Sq.
33rd wd. 863 Sq. $141,223.40 Shapiro & Eunice Evans C.P. August 19134 7th wd. 1,080 Fred E. Roney and Mary Ft. BRT#433375700
Ft. OPA#331154100 DeNardo, LLC Term, 2016 No. 00159 Sq. Ft. OPA#071244000 Ann Roney C.P. March IMPROVEMENTS:
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- $94,420.37 Powers, Kirn & IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Term, 2017 No. 02982 RESIDENTIAL DWELL-
DENTIAL PROPERTY The 1 7 1 0 -3 8 0 Associates, LLC DENTIAL PROPERTY $82,563.88 Milstead & ING Maryann Ewerth
Unknown Heirs of Delia I. 3642 N Percy St 19140 Eugenio Perdomo C.P. Associates, LLC C.P. July Term, 2016 No.
Felipa Deceased and Maria 43rd wd. 1,174 Sq. 1 7 1 0 -3 8 7 February Term, 2017 No. 01893 $27,382.73 McCabe,
Gomez Solely in Her Ft. OPA#432121800 5500 Litchfield St 19143 03047 $44,573.53 Shapiro 1 7 1 0 -4 0 3 Weisberg, & Conway, P.C.
Capacity as Heir of Delia IMPROVEMENTS: 51st wd. 1,439.37 Sq. & DeNardo, LLC 3216 N Dover St 19129
I. Felipa Deceased C.P. RESIDENTIAL PROP- Ft. BRT#513296900; 38th wd. 1,296 Sq. 1 7 1 0 -4 1 1
September Term, 2016 No. ERTY Jason Colon C.P. PRCL#026S240188 1 7 1 0 -3 9 6 Ft. OPA#381276100 7005-7007 McCallum
00302 $36,145.98 KML September Term, 2016 No. IMPROVEMENTS: 4458 Livingston St 19137- IMPROVEMENTS: St 19119 22nd wd.
Law Group, P.C. 02217 $42,256.31 Justin F. RESIDENTIAL DWELL- 1622 45th wd. 1,032 RESIDENTIAL PROP- (formerly part of 32nd
Kobeski, Esquire; Manley ING Willie Neal and Sq. Ft. OPA#453185600 ERTY Unknown heirs, wd.) APT 2-4 UNITS
1 7 1 0 -3 7 3 Deas Kochalski LLC Clara H Neal C.P. October IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- successors, assigns, and 2 STY STONE; 5,352
5129 Oakland St 19124 Term, 2014 No. 02235 DENTIAL PROPERTY all persons, firms, or as- Sq. Ft. BRT#223231400
62nd wd. 1,854 Sq. 1 7 1 0 -3 8 1 $72,732.75 Powers, Kirn & Anthony P. Dempsey a/k/a sociations claiming right, IMPROVEMENTS:
Ft. OPA#621398900 9720 Portis Rd 19115 Associates, LLC Anthony Dempsey C.P. title, or interest from or RESIDENTIAL DWELL-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 58th wd. Land: 6,438 Sq. November Term, 2016 No. under Sherlock G. Mann, ING Rhonda Alexander
DENTIAL PROPERTY Ft.; Improvement: 1,614 1 7 1 0 -3 8 8 02648 $52,625.07 Phelan deceased and Sandra C.P. May Term, 2013
George Hampton C.P. Sq. Ft.; Total: 8,052 Sq. 4536 N Uber St 19140- Hallinan Diamond & Thomas, Known Heir of No. 00233 $372,321.37
January Term, 2017 No. Ft. OPA#581207400 1010 13th wd. 1,348 Jones, LLP the Estate of Sherlock McCabe, Weisberg, &
03727 $39,787.51 KML IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Sq. Ft. BRT#132225400 G. Mann, deceased C.P. Conway, P.C.
Law Group, P.C. DENTIAL PROPERTY Jef- IMPROVEMENTS: 1 7 1 0 -3 9 7 January Term, 2017 No.
frey Howard and Samantha RESIDENTIAL REAL 7425 Lawndale Ave 03734 $20,719.01 Shapiro 1 7 1 0 -4 1 2
1 7 1 0 -3 7 4 Howard C.P. February ESTATE Edward L. Morris 19111-3628 56th wd. 1,344 & DeNardo, LLC 1435 Levick St 19149
2062 E Venango St Term, 2016 No. 00881 C.P. July Term, 2016 No. Sq. Ft. OPA#561031300 54th wd. ROW B/GAR 2
19134 45th wd. 1,204 $406,683.03 Richard M. 00552 $35,444.57 Stern & IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 1 7 1 0 -4 0 4 STY MASONRY; 1,396
Sq. Ft. OPA#452147600 Squire & Associates, LLC Eisenberg PC DENTIAL PROPERTY 3848 J St 19124 Sq. Ft. BRT#541101600
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Joseph A Seitz, III & 33rd wd. 1,320 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS:
DENTIAL PROPERTY 1 7 1 0 -3 8 2 1 7 1 0 -3 8 9 Michele Klimas C.P. Ft. OPA#332225600 RESIDENTIAL DWELL-
Davida Ann Wyche-Davis, 3554 Grant Ave 19114 5943 Malta St 19120 November Term, 2016 No. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- ING Todd S. Cohen,
a/k/a Davida Wyche-Davis, 57th wd. 2,916 Sq. 35th wd. 960 Sq. 02975 $128,125.10 Phelan DENTIAL PROPERTY Known Surviving Heir of
a/k/a Davida Wyche, as Ft. OPA#572181600 Ft. BRT#352285700 Hallinan Diamond & Karen C. Nealon C.P. Syma Cohen and Unknown
Administratrix to the IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- IMPROVEMENTS: Jones, LLP January Term, 2017 No. Surviving Heirs of Syma
Estate of David Wyche; DENTIAL PROPERTY RESIDENTIAL REAL 02639 $71,680.25 Shapiro Cohen C.P. August
Unknown Heirs and/or Ad- Mark J. Coyle; Kathryn ESTATE Tawana N. Ross 1 7 1 0 -3 9 8 & DeNardo, LLC Term, 2016 No. 02434
ministrators of the Estate M. Coyle C.P. May a/k/a Tawana Ross C.P. 5331 Rising Sun Ave $117,696.51 McCabe,
of David Wyche C.P. May Term, 2016 No. 03095 October Term, 2016 No. 19120 42nd wd. 4,083 1 7 1 0 -4 0 5 Weisberg, & Conway, P.C.
Term, 2016 No. 02249 $238,687.45 Justin F. 03830 $53,455.70 Stern & Sq. Ft. OPA#421270000 3019 Holme Ave 19136
$56,143.87 Meredith H. Kobeski, Esquire; Manley Eisenberg PC IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 57th wd. 1,610 Sq. 1 7 1 0 -4 1 3
Wooters, Esquire; Manley Deas Kochalski LLC DENTIAL PROPERTY Ft. OPA#572030100 9242 Old Newton Rd
Deas Kochalski, LLC 1 7 1 0 -3 9 0 Carl Johnson C.P. April IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 19115 56th wd. S/B
1 7 1 0 -3 8 3 1709 S 2nd St 19148- Term, 2017 No. 00321 DENTIAL PROPERTY W/B GAR 1 STY
1 7 1 0 -3 7 5 7624 Burholme Ave 1907 1st wd. 1,782 Sq. $130,539.07 Shapiro & Alexis Rivera C.P. April MASONRY; 1,400 Sq.
1300 Pennington Rd 19111-2411 63rd wd. Ft. OPA#011202300 DeNardo, LLC Term, 2016 No. 01619 Ft. BRT#562441105
19151 34th wd. 2,399 (formerly 35th wd.) 1,176 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- $173,740.41 Shapiro & IMPROVEMENTS:
Sq. Ft. OPA#343324700 Sq. Ft. OPA#631009800 DENTIAL PROPERTY 1 7 1 0 -3 9 9 DeNardo, LLC RESIDENTIAL DWELL-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Richard A. Beck, Sr. & 6557 Walnut Park Dr a/k/a ING Anthony R. Scott and
DENTIAL PROPERTY DENTIAL PROPERTY Robert W. Murray, Sr C.P. 6557 W Walnut Park Dr 1 7 1 0 -4 0 6 Carol D. Scott C.P. May
Christen O. Haughton Gail Kingman Jones C.P. March Term, 2016 No. 19120-1031 61st wd. 1,120 1528 Hellerman St Term, 2016 No. 02858
C.P. March Term, 2017 January Term, 2015 No. 02618 $153,792.32 Phelan Sq. Ft. OPA#611031700 54th wd. 1,714 Sq. Ft. $142,979.35 McCabe,
No. 02719 $146,342.96 00159 $245,653.18 Phelan Hallinan Diamond & IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- BRT#143N9-378; BRT#54- Weisberg, & Conway, P.C.
Justin F. Kobeski, Esquire; Hallinan Diamond & Jones, LLP DENTIAL PROPERTY 1-121300 IMPROVE-
Manley Deas Kochalski Jones, LLP Eric N. Logan, Individu- MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1 7 1 0 -4 1 4
LLC 1 7 1 0 -3 9 1 ally and in His Capacity as DWELLING Renee 6139 Chancellor St
1 7 1 0 -3 8 4 129 W Queen Ln 19144 Administrator of the Estate Fraser and Keith Doyle 3rd wd. 964 Sq. Ft.
1 7 1 0 -3 7 6 8012 Ogontz Ave 19150- 12th wd. 2,966 Sq. of Shirley Hill a/k/a Shir- C.P. December Term, 2015 BRT#031076500
2250 Bonsall St a/k/a 1412 50th wd. 2,280 Ft. OPA#124001700 ley Logan a/k/a Shirley J. No. 01370 $146,021.73 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2
2250 S Bonsall St 19145 Sq. Ft. OPA#871231700 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Logan; Eric N. Logan, Jr, Powers, Kirn & Associates, STY MASONRY Rykeem
48th wd. 1,120 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- DENTIAL PROPERTY in His Capacity as Heir of LLC Alexander C.P. November
Ft. OPA#482289300 DENTIAL PROPERTY Sidney O. Brunson, Ad- the Estate of Shirley Hill Term, 2016 No. 02447
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Tanika Davis a/k/a Tanika ministrator of the Estate of a/k/a Shirley Logan a/k/a 1 7 1 0 -4 0 7 $30,119.25 Milstead &
DENTIAL PROPERTY S. Davis C.P. November Norman Brunson, deceased Shirley J. Logan; Unknown 447 W Wingohocking Associates, LLC
Trinh Tran C.P. March Term, 2015 No. 00773 C.P. February Term, 2016 heirs, successors, assigns, St 42nd wd. 1,015 Sq.
Term, 2014 No. 05735 $150,690.38 Phelan Hal- No. 01267 $141,073.86 and all persons, firms, Ft. BRT#422005700; 1 7 1 0 -4 1 5
$30,919.35 Meredith H. linan Diamond & Jones, Shapiro & DeNardo, LLC or associations claiming PRCL#121-N22-0012 6251 N 5th St 19120
Wooters, Esquire; Manley LLP right, title, or interest IMPROVEMENTS: 61st wd. APT 2-4 UNTS
Deas Kochalski, LLC 1 7 1 0 -3 9 2 from or under Shirley Hill RESIDENTIAL DWELL- 2STY MASONR; 1,400
1 7 1 0 -3 8 5 4412 Teesdale St 19136 a/k/a Shirley Logan a/k/a ING Milagros Perez C.P. Sq. Ft. BRT#611092700
1 7 1 0 -3 7 7 6415 N 10th St 19126 41st wd. 1,520 Sq. Shirley J. Logan, Deceased January Term, 2016 No. IMPROVEMENTS:
5822 Fernwood St 19143 49th wd. 4,875 Sq. Ft. OPA#412091300 C.P. August Term, 2016 01347 $53,564.92 Powers, RESIDENTIAL DWELL-
3rd wd. ROW B/GAR 2 Ft. BRT#492177100 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- No. 04439 $24,879.00 Kirn & Associates, LLC ING Gia N. Scott C.P. July
STY MASONRY; 1,280 IMPROVEMENTS: DENTIAL PROPERTY Phelan Hallinan Diamond Term, 2011 No. 02970
Sq. Ft. BRT#034036000 RESIDENTIAL DWELL- Reynaldo R. Lopez Estevez & Jones, LLP 1 7 1 0 -4 0 8 $161,620.35 McCabe,
Subject to Mortgage ING Ronald Crawford, and Carolina Herrera C.P. 147 Harvey St 59th Weisberg, & Conway, P.C.
IMPROVEMENTS: in his capacity as September Term, 2016 1 7 1 0 -4 0 0 wd. 5,503 Sq. Ft.
RESIDENTIAL DWELL- Administrator and heir at No. 03286 $135,755.35 324 E Hortter St BRT#593054600 1 7 1 0 -4 1 6
ING Jeannine Robinson law of the Estate of Elaine Shapiro & DeNardo, LLC 22nd wd. 1,850 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: 1310-1312 N Broad St
and Stanley E. Robinson, Holloway a/k/a Elaine Ft. BRT#221168900 S/D CONV APT 3 STY a/k/a 1310-12 N Broad
Jr C.P. August Term, 2016 N. Wright-Holloway, 1 7 1 0 -3 9 3 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW MASON Idris Abdus-Saber St 47th wd. 5,400 Sq.
Deceased and Unknown 98 Sparks St 19120- B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY C.P. March Term, 2015 Ft. BRT#882924256 IM-
1925 61st wd. 1,224 Florine McIlwain, James
Sq. Ft. OPA#611258800



PROVEMENTS: AMUSE 01140 $49,473.65 Robert SHERIFF’S SALE SHERIFF’S SALE Sq. Ft. OPA#111373300 Esquire
Dowling’s Palace Inc IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Surviving Heir of Phyllis RESIDENTIAL PROP- 1 7 1 0 -4 4 5 B
C.P. February Term, 2014 1 7 1 0 -4 2 5 B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY Frazier-Ware a/k/a Phyllis ERTY Metro J. Jones as 6022 Lindbergh Blvd
No. 01573 $377,167.59 417 W George St Ethel O. Boyd a/k/a Ethel Ware, Audra E. Frazier, Administrator of the Estate 40th wd. Southeast side
Milstead & Associates, 5th wd. 513 Sq. Ft. White Lowery Boyd C.P. Known Surviving Heir of of Shirley Batchelor, of Lindbergh Blvd 215
LLC BRT#057200400 January Term, 2016 No. of Phyllis N. Frazier-Ware Deceased C.P. June 1/4 ft Southwest of 60th
IMPROVEMENTS: 00941 $40,535.01 Milstead a/k/a Phyllis Ware and Term, 2017 No. 03165 St; Front: 15 3/4 ft;
1 7 1 0 -4 1 7 ROW 3 STY MASONRY & Associates, LLC Unknown Surviving Heirs $49,995.11 KML Law Depth: OPA#402278800
859 Brill St 19124 35th Luciano Roman C.P. June of Phyllis N. Frazier-Ware Group, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: ROW
wd. Land: 1,068 Sq. Term, 2015 No. 03805 1 7 1 0 -4 3 1 a/k/a Phyllis Ware C.P. B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY
Ft.; Improvement: 1,034 $280,960.54 Milstead & 2874 Cedar St 25th October Term, 2016 No. 1 7 1 0 -4 4 2 Emma Kimahn Nguyen
Sq. Ft. BRT#351183300 Associates, LLC wd. 965 Sq. Ft. 04194 $36,588.31 McCabe, 618 Gerritt St 19147 a/k/a Kim Anh Thi Nguyen
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- BRT#251434400 Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1st wd. 718 Sq. Ft. a/k/a Kim Anh Nguyen
DENTIAL REAL ESTATE 1 7 1 0 -4 2 6 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2 BRT#012036200; a/k/a Emma Kim Nguyen
Clodomiro Centeno and 1018 Snyder Ave 19148 STY MASONRY Raphael 1 7 1 0 -4 3 8 O PA # 0 1 2 0 3 6 2 0 0 a/k/a Emma K. Nguyen,
Kelly Christine Centeno 39th wd. 826 Sq. Costanzo, Deceased C.P. 1617 S Beulah St IMPROVEMENTS: Thao Thi Nguyen, Trung
C.P. October Term, 2016 Ft. BRT#394035000 May Term, 2016 No. 01734 19148 1st wd. 700 Sq. RESIDENTIAL DWELL- Q. Nguyen, An Quoc
No. 004263 $67,750.03 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- $25,528.65 Milstead & Ft. OPA#012182500 ING Estate of James Nguyen and Nam Nguyen
Stern & Eisenberg PC DENTIAL DWELLING Wu Associates, LLC IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Rivers, Lindell Rivers, C.P. October Term, 2006
Silvy Utomo and Gunawan DENTIAL PROPERTY The Personal Representative No. 04892 $509,000.00
1 7 1 0 -4 1 8 Raharjo C.P. October 1 7 1 0 -4 3 2 Unknown Heirs of Charles of the Estate of James Denise A. Kuestner,
2417 N 23rd St 19132 Term, 2016 No. 03276 421 Spruce St 5th Morrotta, Deceased, Rivers, Unknown heirs, Esquire
16th wd. 1,016 Sq. $160,289.12 Martha E. Von wd. 2,040 Sq. Ft. Charlene J. Mangini successors, assigns, and
Ft. BRT#162223200 Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha E. BRT#051140800 Solely in her Capacity as all persons, firms, or 1 7 1 0 -4 4 6
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Von Rosenstiel, Esquire, IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Heir of Charles Morrotta, associations claiming 5910 Langdon St 19149
DENTIAL REAL ESTATE Heather Riloff, Esquire, W/GAR 3 STY MASONRY Deceased, Mary T. Spadaro right, title, or interest from 35th wd. 2,025 Sq.
Marla Winder-Burke, Tyler J. Wilk, Esquire Jerome I Rosenstock, Fran Solely in Her Capacity as or under James Rivers C.P. Ft. OPA#351384600
administratrix of the estate Rosenstock C.P. March Heir fo Charles Morrotta, December Term, 2015 No. IMPROVEMENTS:
of Juanita Highsmith C.P. 1 7 1 0 -4 2 7 Term, 2010 No. 00796 Deceased, Charles F. Mor- 01851 $243,419.75 Udren RESIDENTIAL PROP-
August Term, 2015 No. 34 N 58th St 19139 $989,336.37 Milstead & rotta, Jr. Solely in His Ca- Law Offices, P.C. ERTY Wanda I. Solis C.P.
00420 $27,557.91 Stern & 4th wd. 1,210 Sq. Associates, LLC pacity as Heir of Charles November Term, 2015 No.
Eisenberg PC Ft. BRT#042090000 Morrotta, Deceased, 1 7 1 0 -4 4 3 A 03585 $106,152.73 KML
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 1 7 1 0 -4 3 3 Michael Mignogna, Sr. 2631 S Lloyd St 40th wd. Law Group, P.C.
1 7 1 0 -4 1 9 DENTIAL DWELLING 419 Dudley St 19148 39th Solely in His Capacity as Northeast side of Lloyd St
1238 N Leithgow St Anthony Cardwell C.P. wd. 676 Sq. Ft. BRT#39- Heir of Charles Morrotta, 242 ft Northwest of Dicks 1 7 1 0 -4 4 7
19122 18th wd. 1,716 May Term, 2017 No. 01934 2014800; OPA#392014800 Deceased and Nunzio R. Ave; Front: 16 ft; Depth: 1339 N Frazier St 19131
Sq. Ft. BRT#182238700 $34,505.59 Martha E. Von IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Morrotta Solely in his Ca- 71 1/2 ft OPA#404014400 34th wd. 1,640 Sq.
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Rosenstiel, P.C., Martha E. DENTIAL DWELLING pacity as Heir of Charles IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Ft. BRT#043069900
DENTIAL REAL ESTATE Von Rosenstiel, Esquire, Barbara J. Grant, Individu- Morrotta, Deceased C.P. 2 STY MASONRY Emma IMPROVEMENTS:
The Unknown Hiers, Heather Riloff, Esquire, ally, and as Known Heir or October Term, 2016 No. Kimahn Nguyen a/k/a Kim RESIDENTIAL DWELL-
Executors, Administra- Tyler J. Wilk, Esquire Gerald J. Grant; Unknown 04950 $254,880.70 KML Anh Thi Nguyen a/k/a Kim ING Estate of Elsie Saxon
tors and Devisees of the heirs, successors, assigns, Law Group, P.C. Anh Nguyen a/k/a Emma a/k/a Elsie A. Saxon c/o
Estate of Catherine Hood, 1 7 1 0 -4 2 8 and all persons, firms, Kim Nguyen a/k/a Emma Robert S. Saxon, Admin-
Deceased and Leane Hood 4326 Lawndale St 19124 or associations claiming 1 7 1 0 -4 3 9 K. Nguyen, Thao Thi istrator; Robert S. Saxon,
a/k/a Leane Allen solely as 33rd wd. 1,396 Sq. right, title, or interest from 1431 E Lycoming Ave Nguyen, Trung Q. Nguyen, Administrator of the Estate
known Heir to the Estate Ft. BRT#332266000; or under Gerald J. Grant 33rd wd. 1,110 Sq. An Quoc Nguyen and of Elsie Saxon a/k/a Elsie
of Catherine Hood C.P. OPA#332266000 C.P. June Term, 2016 No. Ft. BRT#332064400 Nam Nguyen C.P. October A. Saxon; Unknown heirs,
October Term, 2016 No. IMPROVEMENTS: 01107 $49,817.39 Udren IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Term, 2006 No. 04892 successors, assigns, and all
03667 $346,277.56 Stern RESIDENTIAL DWELL- Law Offices, P.C. B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY $509,000.00 Denise A. persons, firms, or associa-
& Eisenberg PC ING Angelita Cruz; Hector William Diaz, Wilma Diaz Kuestner, Esquire tions claiming right, title,
Santiago C.P. January 1 7 1 0 -4 3 4 and Dietrick Lewis C.P. or interest from or under
1 7 1 0 -4 2 0 Term, 2017 No. 02419 4523 N Broad St 19140 December Term, 2016 1 7 1 0 -4 4 3 B Elsie Saxon a/k/a Elsie
6039 Washington Ave $95,641.91 Udren Law 49th wd. 1,064 Sq. No. 00643 $106,818.51 5413 Osage Ave 60th A. Saxon C.P. February
46th wd. 2,428 Sq. Offices, P.C. Ft. BRT#49-1-5403- Milstead & Associates, wd. North side of Osage Term, 2016 No. 00629
Ft. BRT#033107800 00; OPA#491540300 LLC Ave 135 ft West of 54th $151,721.16 Udren Law
IMPROVEMENTS: SEMI/ 1 7 1 0 -4 2 9 IMPROVEMENTS: St; Front: 15 ft; Depth: Offices, P.C.
DET 2 STY MASONRY 249 E Haines St 19144 RESIDENTIAL DWELL- 1 7 1 0 -4 4 0 A 63 ft BRT#603098300
Nasir Tillman and Tameca 59th wd. 1,703 Sq. ING Debbie McElveen 2634 S Berbro St 40th IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 1 7 1 0 -4 4 8
Tillman C.P. February Ft. BRT#59-2003400; C.P. June Term, 2011 No. wd. Northwest side 2 STY MASONRY Emma 4117 Markland St
Term, 2017 No. 06010 OPA#592003400 00337 $116,123.20 Udren of Berbro St 273 ft Kimahn Nguyen a/k/a Kim 19124 33rd wd. 990 Sq.
$121,535.99 Milstead & IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Law Offices, P.C. Southeast of Buist Ave; Anh Thi Nguyen a/k/a Kim Ft. OPA#332500500
Associates, LLC DENTIAL DWELLING Front: 15.9 ft; Depth: Anh Nguyen a/k/a Emma IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
Doreen Duldulao, Known 1 7 1 0 -4 3 5 64 ft OPA#404103700 Kim Nguyen a/k/a Emma DENTIAL PROPERTY
1 7 1 0 -4 2 1 Heir of John Sanseverino; 4228 Hellerman St IMPROVEMENTS: ROW K. Nguyen, Thao Thi Mateo Rolon Martinez C.P.
147 E Walnut Ln 19144 Jeffrey Duldulao; Eleanor 19135 41st wd. 1,300 B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY Nguyen, Trung Q. Nguyen, December Term, 2013 No.
59th wd. 3,398 Sq. Coulson Known Heir Sq. Ft. BRT#552107800; Emma Kimahn Nguyen An Quoc Nguyen and 02945 $72,179.68 KML
Ft. OPA#592072300 of John Sanseverino; O PA # 5 5 2 1 0 7 8 0 0 a/k/a Kim Anh Thi Nguyen Nam Nguyen C.P. October Law Group, P.C.
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Eleanor M. Sanseverino, IMPROVEMENTS: a/k/a Kim Anh Nguyen Term, 2006 No. 04892
DENTIAL PROPERTY Known Heir of John RESIDENTIAL DWELL- a/k/a Emma Kim Nguyen $509,000.00 Denise A. 1 7 1 0 -4 4 9
Ada Butler C.P. January Sanseverino and Michael ING Elisa Yero C.P. May a/k/a Emma K. Nguyen, Kuestner, Esquire 1634 S 28th St 36th
Term, 2012 No. 00711 Sanservino; Jennifer M. Term, 2017 No. 03306 Thao Thi Nguyen, Trung wd. 918 Sq. Ft.
$173,055.30 Meredith H. Sanseverino, Known Heir $88,059.50 Udren Law Q. Nguyen, An Quoc 1 7 1 0 -4 4 4 BRT#364350300
Wooters, Esquire; Manley of John Sanseverino; Kim Offices, P.C. Nguyen and Nam Nguyen 2031 S 67th St 19142 IMPROVEMENTS:
Deas Kochalski, LLC Sanseverino, Known Heir C.P. October Term, 2006 40th wd. 976 Sq. ROW 2 STY MASONRY
of John Sanseverino; Linda 1 7 1 0 -4 3 6 No. 04892 $509,000.00 Ft. OPA#403044000 Achankeng S. Fonge a/k/a
1 7 1 0 -4 2 2 Lindner, Known Heir of 5753 N Lambert St 19138 Denise A. Kuestner, IMPROVEMENTS: Achankeng Fonge C.P.
8317 Temple Rd 19150 John Sanseverino; Nancy 17th wd. (formerly the Esquire RESIDENTIAL PROP- January Term, 2017 No.
50th wd. 1,170 Sq. Mazurek, Known Heir of 49th and 42nd wds.) 1,000 ERTY Emmanuel Ade C.P. 01302 $91,579.26 Milstead
Ft. BRT#501105800 John Sanseverino; Teresa Sq. Ft. OPA#172414000 1 7 1 0 -4 4 0 B January Term, 2017 No. & Associates, LLC
IMPROVEMENTS: Mc Enaney, Known Heir IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 901 S 13th St 2nd wd. 02683 $60,091.08 KML
RESIDENTIAL REAL of John Sanseverino; Un- DENTIAL PROPERTY South side of Christian Law Group, P.C. 1 7 1 0 -4 5 0
ESTATE Devont Allen C.P. known heirs, successors, The Unknown Heirs of St; East side of 13th St; 2421 S Percy St
January Term, 2017 No. assigns, and all persons, Eileen Holman Deceased, Front: 18 feet; Depth: 1 7 1 0 -4 4 5 A 39th wd. 665 Sq.
02178 $158,898.02 Stern firms, or associations Rhonda Hall Solely in Her 60 feet OPA#871504030 6408 Buist Ave 40th wd. Ft. BRT#393444500
& Eisenberg PC claiming right, title, or Capacity as Heir of Eileen IMPROVEMENTS: Southeast side of Buist Ave IMPROVEMENTS: ROW
interest from or under John Holman Deceased and ROW W-OFF/STR 3STY 64 ft Southwest of 64th 2 STY MASONRY Keith
1 7 1 0 -4 2 3 Sanseverino; Unknown Shawn Hall Solely in His MASONRY Emma Kimahn St; Front: 16 ft; Depth: T. McAteer and Piyaporn
5023 Spruce St 19139 heirs, successors, assigns, Capacity as Heir of Eileen Nguyen a/k/a Kim Anh 70 ft OPA#406255300 Chunmuang C.P. April
60th wd. 3,480 Sq. and all persons, firms, Holman Deceased C.P. Thi Nguyen a/k/a Kim Anh IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Term, 2016 No. 00714
Ft. BRT#602102405 or associations claiming January Term, 2017 No. Nguyen a/k/a Emma Kim B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY $87,162.14 Milstead &
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- right, title, or interest 02353 $77,815.34 KML Nguyen a/k/a Emma K. Emma Kimahn Nguyen Associates, LLC
DENTIAL REAL ESTATE from or under Michael Law Group, P.C. Nguyen, Thao Thi Nguyen, a/k/a Kim Anh Thi Nguyen
Samuel F. Quartey C.P. Sanseverino, Known Heir Trung Q. Nguyen, An Quoc a/k/a Kim Anh Nguyen 1 7 1 0 -4 5 1 A
May Term, 2017 No. 03917 of John Sanseverino C.P. 1 7 1 0 -4 3 7 Nguyen and Nam Nguyen a/k/a Emma Kim Nguyen 6029 Torresdale Ave
$143,331.59 Stern & June Term, 2015 No. 1834 S Conestoga St C.P. October Term, 2006 a/k/a Emma K. Nguyen, 19135 41st wd. 1,731
Eisenberg PC 03993 $153,188.28 Udren 19143 51st wd. ROW 2 No. 04892 $509,000.00 Thao Thi Nguyen, Trung Sq. Ft. BRT#871299490
Law Offices, P.C. STY MASONRY; 1,092 Denise A. Kuestner, Q. Nguyen, An Quoc IMPROVEMENTS: 2
1 7 1 0 -4 2 4 Sq. Ft. BRT#514192200 Esquire Nguyen and Nam Nguyen STORY MASONRY ROW
5423 Akron St 19124 1 7 1 0 -4 3 0 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- C.P. October Term, 2006 HOME W OFFICE/STORE
BRT#621438500 1934 74th Ave 42nd DENTIAL DWELLING 1 7 1 0 -4 4 1 No. 04892 $509,000.00 Edward Creedon C.P. April
IMPROVEMENTS: wd. 1,138 Sq. Ft. Telitha Frazier, Known 2814 N 23rd St 19132 Denise A. Kuestner, Term, 2017 No. 02146
RESIDENTIAL DWELL- BRT#101386400 Surviving Heir of Phyllis 11th wd. (formerly part $303,537.68 Janet L. Gold,
ING David Perez C.P. N. Frazier-Ware a/k/a of the 38th wd.) 863 Esquire
December Term, 2015 No. Phyllis Ware, Elizabeth
M. Lomas, Known



1 7 1 0 -4 5 1 B 1 7 1 0 -4 5 8 Sq. Ft. OPA#661289509 48,900 Sq. Ft. BRT#07- Hallinan Diamond & Ruth F. Yancy a/k/a Ruth
6558 Vandike St 19135 2710 W Cheltenham Ave IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 1-2563-00; PRCL#37- Jones, LLP Yancy & William B. Yancy
41st wd. 1,560 Sq. Ft. 19150 50th wd. 2,128 DENTIAL PROPERTY N-13-158 IMPROVE- C.P. August Term, 2016
BRT#871563340 Subject Sq. Ft. BRT#501273700; Charles A. Molter C.P. MENTS: RESIDENTIAL 1 7 1 0 -4 8 2 No. 02506 $156,847.79
To Mortgage Yes-Branch OPA#501273700 December Term, 2016 No. DWELLING Katrina 2537 S Hobson St 19142 Phelan Hallinan Diamond
Banking and Trust Com- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 02630 $185,472.14 Phelan Strickland C.P. July 40th wd. 1,112 Sq. & Jones, LLP
pany, successor by merger DENTIAL DWELLING Hallinan Diamond & Term, 2014 No. 00406 Ft. OPA#406081400
to FirstService Bank in John C. Kofa C.P. January Jones, LLP $59,044.73 Powers, Kirn IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 1 7 1 0 -4 8 9
the original principal Term, 2017 No. 03949 & Associates, LLC DENTIAL PROPERTY 6300 N Park Ave 19141
amount of $238,500.00 $131,034.11 Udren Law 1 7 1 0 -4 6 6 Alfred W. Koroma C.P. 49th wd. 11,442 Sq.
IMPROVEMENTS: 2 Offices, P.C. 7414 Thouron Ave 1 7 1 0 -4 7 4 March Term, 2017 No. Ft. OPA#493241600
STORY MASONRY ROW 19138 10th wd. 1,593 240 Linton St 19120 02390 $84,017.34 Justin F. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
HOME WITH OFFICE/ 1 7 1 0 -4 5 9 Sq. Ft. OPA#102492300 42nd wd. 1,028 Sq. Kobeski, Esquire; Manley DENTIAL PROPERTY
STORE E.C. 6558 Vandike, 6302 Gillespie St 19135 IMPROVEMENTS: Ft. OPA#612130600 Deas Kochalski LLC Earl Page and Gloria Page
LLC C.P. April Term, 2017 55th wd. 1,374 Sq. RESIDENTIAL PROP- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- C.P. December Term, 2016
No. 02146 $303,537.68 Ft. BRT#552428500; ERTY Willie F. Green C.P. DENTIAL PROPERTY 1 7 1 0 -4 8 3 No. 02183 $67,098.38
Janet L. Gold, Esquire OPA#552428500 October Term, 2016 No. Two Friends Realty, Inc 5138 Gainor St 52nd Shapiro & DeNardo, LLC
IMPROVEMENTS: 02885 $120,694.63 KML C.P. April Term, 2016 No. wd. South Side of
1 7 1 0 -4 5 2 RESIDENTIAL DWELL- Law Group, P.C. 03533 $127,750.00 Kenny, Gainor Road; Front: 1 7 1 0 -4 9 0
9024 Ashton Rd ING Joseph Trumpf- Burns & McGill Irregular; Depth: Irregular 5713 N 7th St 19120-
57th wd. 4,600 Sq. heller, Jr., Known Heir 1 7 1 0 -4 6 7 OPA#521161405 IM- 2209 61st wd. 1,164
Ft. BRT#571311400 of William Trumpfheller; 457 West School House 1 7 1 0 -4 7 5 PROVEMENTS: SINGLE Sq. Ft. OPA#612244800
IMPROVEMENTS: S/D Joseph Trumpfheller, Sr., Ln 19144 12th wd. 1,280 1010 Kenwyn St 23rd FAMILY RESIDENCE So- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
W/B GAR 2 STY MAS Personal Representative Sq. Ft. OPA#124078512 wd. 3,070 Sq. Ft. nya N. Roberts C.P. April DENTIAL PROPERTY
+ OTH Timothy Morris of the Estate of William IMPROVEMENTS: BRT#234170900 IM- Term, 2017 No. 02742 Robert E. Dobson, Jr &
a/k/a Tim Morris, Sr. a/k/a Trumpfheller; Estate of RESIDENTIAL PROP- PROVEMENTS: S/D W/D $212,507.04 Stephen M. Marilyn W. Dobson C.P.
Tim Morris C.P. June William Trumpfheller; Un- ERTY Lilo V. Hames C.P. GAR 2 STY MASONRY Hladik, Esq. December Term, 2016 No.
Term, 2014 No. 03198 known heirs, successors, January Term, 2017 No. Raymond B. Jackson and 02200 $71,849.72 Phelan
$237,247.41 Milstead & assigns, and all persons, 00066 $147,365.29 Phelan Rosezeta Jackson C.P. 1 7 1 0 -4 8 4 Hallinan Diamond &
Associates, LLC firms, or associations Hallinan Diamond & October Term, 2016 No. 2004 Arthur St 2 19152 Jones, LLP
claiming right, title, or Jones, LLP 03864 $155,100.96 Mil- 56th wd. 2,120 Sq. Ft.
1 7 1 0 -4 5 3 interest from or under stead & Associates, LLC OPA#562056510 Subject 1 7 1 0 -4 9 1
2351 77th Ave 19150 William Trumpfheller C.P. 1 7 1 0 -4 6 8 to Mortgage IMPROVE- 5126 Pennway St 23rd
50th wd. 1,920 Sq. Ft. January Term, 2017 No. 134 Delphine St 19120- 1 7 1 0 -4 7 6 MENTS: RESIDENTIAL wd. Northwest side
BRT#50-1-4261-00; 00480 $75,642.84 Udren 3210 42nd wd. 1,050 2736 S Sheridan St PROPERTY Joseph of Pennway St; Front:
OPA#501426100 Subject Law Offices, P.C. Sq. Ft. OPA#422261100 39th wd. 920 Sq. Mazzagro, a/k/a Joseph 16 ft; Depth: 98 ft
To Mortgage Ocwen IMPROVEMENTS: Ft. BRT#395183700 Mazzafro, as believed OPA#233099700 IM-
Loan Servicing, LLC. 1 7 1 0 -4 6 0 RESIDENTIAL PROP- IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Heir and/or Administra- PROVEMENTS: SINGLE
IMPROVEMENTS: 1731 Ripley St 19111- ERTY Donna D. Moore 2 STY MASONRY Kane tor to the Estate of Ruth FAMILY RESIDENCE
RESIDENTIAL DWELL- 2925 56th wd. 990 Sq. a/k/a Donna Moore & Tran and Yen Nguyen Pulman, a/k/a Ruth C. Shelia A. McMillan C.P.
ING Ramona Martin; Ft. OPA#561577010 Cleveland Fuggs, Jr. a/k/a C.P. February Term, 2016 Pulman; Donna Gounaris, October Term, 2016
Robert Martin C.P. April IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Cleveland Fuggs C.P. No. 04147 $135,012.80 as believed Heir and/or No. 03205 $121,985.79
Term, 2015 No. 01030 DENTIAL PROPERTY January Term, 2017 No. Milstead & Associates, Administrator to the Estate Stephen M. Hladik, Esq.
$137,373.27 Udren Law Amie E. Rivera a/k/a 01379 $38,661.24 Phelan LLC of Ruth Pulman, a/k/a
Offices, P.C. Amie Rivera C.P. June Hallinan Diamond & Ruth C. Pulman; Howard 1 7 1 0 -4 9 2
Term, 2013 No. 02395 Jones, LLP 1 7 1 0 -4 7 7 Mazzafro, as believed 3425 Reach St 19134-
1 7 1 0 -4 5 4 $212,451.12 Phelan Hal- 4512 Van Kirk St 19135- Heir and/or Administra- 1222 33rd wd. 1,320
1227 Kerper St 19111 linan Diamond & Jones, 1 7 1 0 -4 6 9 4035 41st wd. 1,320 tor to the Estate of Ruth Sq. Ft. OPA#331320800
53rd wd. 1,781 Sq. LLP 730 E Rittenhouse St Sq. Ft. OPA#411091100 Pulman, a/k/a Ruth C. IMPROVEMENTS:
Ft. OPA#532105800 59th wd. 1,849 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Pulman; Unknown Heirs RESIDENTIAL PROP-
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 1 7 1 0 -4 6 1 Ft. BRT#591109800 DENTIAL PROPERTY and/or Administrators to ERTY Wayne Booker
DENTIAL PROPERTY 15 W Duval St 19144- IMPROVEMENTS: ROW Thamer Zaki Seoudi a/k/a the Estate of Ruth Pulman, and Marchrista Booker
Steven J. Haas and Jo 1903 59th wd. 872 Sq. B/GAR 2 STY MA- Thamer Saki Seoudi & a/k/a Ruth C. Pulman C.P. C.P. July Term, 2010 No.
Ann Haas C.P. January Ft. OPA#593112200 SONRY Cathy Brown and Arlene M. Seoudi C.P. February Term, 2017 No. 03035 $60,625.69 Phelan
Term, 2017 No. 04909 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Katrina Brown C.P. April April Term, 2016 No. 08177 $59,265.73 Cristina Hallinan Diamond &
$154,444.06 Shapiro & DENTIAL PROPERTY Term, 2016 No. 02800 01361 $42,461.17 Phelan L. Connor, Esquire; Man- Jones, LLP
DeNardo, LLC Camille Ausberry C.P. $118,386.03 Milstead & Hallinan Diamond & ley Deas Kochalski, LLC
January Term, 2017 No. Associates, LLC Jones, LLP 1 7 1 0 -4 9 3
1 7 1 0 -4 5 5 00764 $66,152.49 Phelan 1 7 1 0 -4 8 5 10018 Westbourne Pl
5710 Vandike St 19135 Hallinan Diamond & 1 7 1 0 -4 7 0 1 7 1 0 -4 7 8 3810 Fairdale Rd 19154 66th wd. (formerly the
23rd wd. 1,450 Sq. Jones, LLP 1023 Morris St 19148 1035 Carpenter St 66th wd. ROW B/GAR 2 58th wd.) 1,761 Sq.
Ft. BRT#411325600; 1st wd. ROW 2 STY 19147-3733 2nd wd. 1,512 STY MASONRY; 1,400 Ft. BRT#661024800;
O PA # 4 1 1 3 2 5 6 0 0 1 7 1 0 -4 6 2 MASONRY; 1,220 Sq. Sq. Ft. OPA#021073100 Sq. Ft. BRT#662562000 PRCL#158N16-61
Carlos R. Betancourt, Jr. & Ft. OPA#502118800 RESIDENTIAL DWELL- Justin Forte & Lucille ING Margaret A. Lawrence ING Marlene Toomey C.P.
Carlos R. Betancourt, Sr. IMPROVEMENTS: S/D ING Frank J. Isabella, Jr., Forte C.P. December and Anthony Esposito November Term, 2016
C.P. October Term, 2016 W B/G 2S MASONRY Known Surviving Heir of Term, 2016 No. 02636 C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 02493 $179,713.77
No. 01374 $66,704.35 Veronica F. McPherson Frank J. Isabella, John E. $71,731.44 Phelan Hal- No. 03793 $174,810.98 Powers, Kirn & Associ-
Udren Law Offices, P.C. and The United States of Isabella, Known Surviving linan Diamond & Jones, McCabe, Weisberg, & ates, LLC
America C.P. November Heir of Frank J. Isabella LLP Conway, P.C.
1 7 1 0 -4 5 6 Term, 2016 No. 976 and Unknown Surviving 1 7 1 0 -4 9 4
1370 N 75th St $228,393.00 plus interest Heirs of Frank J. Isabella 1 7 1 0 -4 7 9 1 7 1 0 -4 8 6 7176 N 20th St 10th
19151-2935 34th through the date of the C.P. November Term, 2016 2559 Memhis St a/k/a 1533 Womrath St 19124- wd. 1,440 Sq. Ft.
wd. OPA#343280500 sheriff ’s sale, plus costs. No. 02670 $209,662.77 2559 Memphis St 4551 23rd wd. 1,500 BRT#101165000
IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- William J. Levant, Esquire McCabe, Weisberg, & 19125-2232 31st wd. 924 Sq. Ft. OPA#232012400 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
Michael D. Russell C.P. 1 7 1 0 -4 6 3 IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- DENTIAL PROPERTY John Smith III C.P. Octo-
February Term, 2012 No. 7138 N. Mt. Pleasant Pl 1 7 1 0 -4 7 1 DENTIAL PROPERTY Lucille Chandler and ber Term, 2016 No. 03860
00028 $79,051.17 Phelan 21st wd. 10,000 Sq. Ft. 3262 Frankford Ave Robert Anderson C.P. Jermaine Williams C.P. $122,524.91 Powers, Kirn
Hallinan Diamond & BRT#213259190 IM- 19134-3234 45th wd. 1,273 September Term, 2015 No. January Term, 2017 No. & Associates, LLC
Jones, LLP PROVEMENTS: DET 1.5 Sq. Ft. OPA#452275100 02526 $75,385.24 Phelan 01389 $72,735.93 Phelan
STY MASONRY+OTHER IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Hallinan Diamond & Hallinan Diamond & 1 7 1 0 -4 9 5
1 7 1 0 -4 5 7 Janice Cofield and DENTIAL PROPERTY Jones, LLP Jones, LLP 1816 W Girard Ave 19130-
2505 N. Howard St Rudolph Cofield C.P. Elizabeth D. Carroll C.P. 1516 47th wd. 2,595
19133 19th wd. 1,440 November Term, 2014 December Term, 2016 No. 1 7 1 0 -4 8 0 1 7 1 0 -4 8 7 Sq. Ft. OPA#471023200
Sq. Ft. BRT#192013800; No. 00513 $355,463.16 01299 $37,176.57 Phelan 4007 Haverford Ave 2933 N 27th St 19132- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
O PA # 1 9 2 0 1 3 8 0 0 Milstead & Associates, Hallinan Diamond & 19104 6th wd. 1,632 1243 38th wd. 1,184 DENTIAL PROPERTY
IMPROVEMENTS: LLC Jones, LLP Sq. Ft. OPA#061048400 Sq. Ft. OPA#381205400 Adam J. Rodgers C.P.
ING Aleen G Copper a/k/a 1 7 1 0 -4 6 4 1 7 1 0 -4 7 2 DENTIAL PROPERTY RESIDENTIAL PROP- 02226 $345,497.07 Phelan
Aleen G Ruffin Anderson, 1507 Mohican St 4801 A St 19120-3901 Michael Adens C.P. Janu- ERTY Ingrid M. Smith Hallinan Diamond &
Individually and as Known 10th wd. 1,320 Sq. 42nd wd. 1,350 Sq. ary Term, 2015 No. 03204 and Mamie Smith C.P. Jones, LLP
Heir of Leroy Tyrone Ft. BRT#102242700 Ft. OPA#421298700 $163,580.64 Shapiro & December Term, 2014 No.
Copper, Unknown heirs, IMPROVEMENTS: ROW IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- DeNardo, LLC 03228 $46,892.46 Phelan 1 7 1 0 -4 9 6
successors, assigns, and all B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY DENTIAL PROPERTY Hallinan Diamond & 2220 S 23rd St 19145-
persons, firms, or associa- Dennis Bell C.P. March Edmund Plummer C.P. 1 7 1 0 -4 8 1 Jones, LLP 3203 48th wd. 1,100
tions claiming right, title, Term, 2015 No. 04099 January Term, 2017 No. 9877 Garvey Dr 19114- Sq. Ft. OPA#482262700
or interest from or under $135,858.67 Milstead & 00757 $97,880.68 Phelan 2115 65th wd. 1,806 1 7 1 0 -4 8 8 IMPROVEMENTS:
Leroy Tyrone Copper C.P. Associates, LLC Hallinan Diamond & Sq. Ft. OPA#652476800 1144 E Durham St 19150- RESIDENTIAL
January Term, 2017 No. Jones, LLP IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 2900 50th wd. 1,392 PROPERTY Courtney
04291 $62,472.55 Udren 1 7 1 0 -4 6 5 DENTIAL PROPERTY Sq. Ft. OPA#502455700 Elizabeth Hudgen a/k/a
Law Offices, P.C. 9924 Crestmont Ave 1 7 1 0 -4 7 3 Stephen G. Baptista C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Courtney Hudgen C.P.
19114-1962 66th wd. 1,528 238 E Stella St 7th wd. December Term, 2015 No. DENTIAL PROPERTY June Term, 2011 No.
(formerly the 33rd wd.) 02783 $188,193.36 Phelan 03194 $42,692.12 Phelan



Hallinan Diamond & SEMI/DET 3 STY MA- 1 7 1 0 -5 0 5 PROVEMENTS: RESIDEN- Capacity as Administratrix DENTIAL PROPERTY
Jones, LLP SONRY James Dunn C.P. 2737 S Muhlfeld St TIAL PROPERTY Barbara and Heir of The Estate of Michael Farrell; Regina
November Term, 2016 a/k/a 2737 Muhlfeld St Gaston, in Her Capacity Raymond Blocker a/k/a Ann Farrell a/k/a Regina
1 7 1 0 -4 9 7 No. 04752 $106,516.94 19153 40th wd. 992 Sq. as Executrix and Devisee Raymond P. Blocker; Farrell; Loretta P. Farrell
1506 Roselyn St 19141- Milstead & Associates, Ft. OPA#406158200 of The Estate of Vivian G. Clarice Blocker, in Her C.P. July Term, 2014 No.
1907 17th wd. 1,200 LLC IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Thomas C.P. April Term, Capacity as Heir of The 04007 $229,288.32 Phelan
Sq. Ft. OPA#171215300 DENTIAL PROPERTY 2016 No. 01785 $31,142.97 Estate of Raymond Blocker Hallinan Diamond & Jones,
IMPROVEMENTS: 1 7 1 0 -5 0 1 Denice Satchell C.P. April Phelan Hallinan Diamond a/k/a Raymond P. Blocker; LLP
RESIDENTIAL PROP- 6 Moredun Pl 57th Term, 2013 No. 03268 & Jones, LLP Raymond Blocker, Jr., in
ERTY Deborah Wallace, wd. 9,800 Sq. Ft. $75,190.74 Phelan Hallinan His Capacity as Heir of the 1 7 1 0 -5 1 4 B
Individually and in her BRT#632202900 Diamond & Jones, LLP 1 7 1 0 -5 0 8 Estate of Raymond Blocker 8040 Fairvew St 19136-
Capacity as Adminis- IMPROVEMENTS: 6133 Pine St 19143 a/k/a Raymond P. Blocker; 2202 64th wd. 1,850
tratrix of the Estate of DET W/GAR 1 STY 1 7 1 0 -5 0 6 3rd wd. 1,122 Sq. Ft. Unknown heirs, successors, Sq. Ft. OPA#642013500
Louis Wallace; Unknown FRAME Michael B. 8655 Rugby St 19150- OPA#032037500 Subject assigns, and all persons, IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
heirs, successors, assigns, Tomarchio C.P. December 2705 50th wd. 1,200 to Mortgage IMPROVE- firms, or associations DENTIAL PROPERTY
and all persons, firms, Term, 2016 No. 00596 Sq. Ft. OPA#502107800 MENTS: TWO STORY claiming right, title, or Michael Farrell; Regina
or associations claiming $292,673.77 Milstead & IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- ROW HOME Jones and interest from or under Ray- Ann Farrell a/k/a Regina
right, title, or interest Associates, LLC DENTIAL PROPERTY Piner Real Estate Group mond Blocker, Deceased Farrell; Loretta Farrell
from or under Louise Curtis E. Dixon, in His LLC C.P. May Term, 2017 C.P. July Term, 2012 No. C.P. July Term, 2014 No.
Wallace, Deceased C.P. 1 7 1 0 -5 0 2 Capacity as Administrator No. 03974 $86,048.59 04544 $115,426.12 Phelan 04007 $229,288.32 Phelan
July Term, 2015 No. 902 Emily St 19148- of the Estate of Mary L. Kevin Cornish, Esquire Hallinan Diamond & Jones, Hallinan Diamond & Jones,
01117 $100,236.31 2304 39th wd. 896 Sq. Baskerville; Unknown LLP LLP
Phelan Hallinan Diamond Ft. OPA#393288700 heirs, successors, assigns, 1 7 1 0 -5 0 9
& Jones, LLP IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- and all persons, firms, or 219 Mountain St 19148 1 7 1 0 -5 1 2 1 7 1 0 -5 1 5
DENTIAL PROPERTY associations claiming right, 1st wd. 1,362 Sq. 3447 W Queen Ln 7037 Charles St 19135
1 7 1 0 -4 9 8 Azhar Jamal C.P. March title, or interest from or Ft. OPA#011101000 19129-1440 38th wd. 1,104 55th wd. (formerly part
2609 Holbrook St Term, 2012 No. 02606 under Mary L. Baskerville, IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Sq. Ft. OPA#383007900 of the 41st wd.) 1,849
40th wd. 1,157 Sq. $104,830.90 Phelan Deceased; Maurice Patton, DENTIAL PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Sq. Ft. OPA#552236700
Ft. BRT#406144700 Hallinan Diamond & in His Capacity as Heir of Brian McKenna a/k/a Brian DENTIAL PROPERTY An- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
IMPROVEMENTS: Jones, LLP Essie Patton a/k/a Essie Mc Kenna; Susan Riley drew Morell a/k/a Andrew DENTIAL PROPERTY
ROW 2 STY MASONRY Murphy Patton, Deceased; C.P. January Term, 2017 C. Morrell; Paige Vanfleet Daniel R. Torres C.P. July
Keeara Love C.P. March 1 7 1 0 -5 0 3 Troy Patton, in His Capac- No. 03611 $69,111.82 C.P. February Term, 2016 Term, 2015 No. 02778
Term, 2017 No. 03374 1848 E Madison St ity as Heir of Essie Patton Phelan Hallinan Diamond No. 01081 $315,356.55 $120,570.34 KML Law
$88,365.95 Milstead & 54th wd. 1,099 Sq. a/k/a Essie Murphy Patton, & Jones, LLP Phelan Hallinan Diamond Group, P.C.
Associates, LLC Ft. BRT#452010500 Deceased; Unknown heirs, & Jones, LLP
IMPROVEMENTS: ROW successors, assigns, and all 1 7 1 0 -5 1 0 1 7 1 0 -5 1 6
1 7 1 0 -4 9 9 2 STY MASONRY Lenair persons, firms, or associa- 11736 Colman Rd 19154- 1 7 1 0 -5 1 3 9922 Crestmont Ave
2325 W Thompson Sampson C.P. December tions claiming right, title, 2507 66th wd. 1,380 6116 Newtown Ave 19114-1922 66th wd.
St 19121-4712 29th Term, 2016 No. 01796 or interest from or under Sq. Ft. OPA#662002900 19111-5909 35th wd. 1,120 130x18 OPA#661289508
wd. 1,488 Sq. Ft. $27,360.61 Milstead & Essie Patton a/k/a Essie IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Sq. Ft. OPA#352208300 Subject to Mortgage IM-
O PA # 2 9 1 0 4 6 0 0 0 Associates, LLC Murphy Patton, Deceased DENTIAL PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- PROVEMENTS: SINGLE
DENTIAL PROPERTY 1 7 1 0 -5 0 4 C.P. September Term, 2016 C.P. June Term, 2012 No. Terence Johnson; Alfreda George Greenhalgh and
Seneca Willoughby, Sr. 2544 S Bellford St a/k/a No. 01906 $115,486.83 01131 $124,026.53 Phelan Johnson C.P. February Elaine Greenhalgh a/k/a
C.P. June Term, 2012 No. 2544 Bellford St 19153- Phelan Hallinan Diamond Hallinan Diamond & Jones, Term, 2016 No. 00160 Elaine Black C.P. January
00914 $68,907.65 Phelan 1411 40th wd. 1,046 & Jones, LLP LLP $84,471.25 Phelan Hallinan Term, 2017 No. 001628
Hallinan Diamond & Sq. Ft. OPA#404147400 Diamond & Jones, LLP $25,051.90 Scott A Petri,
Jones, LLP IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- 1 7 1 0 -5 0 7 1 7 1 0 -5 1 1 Esquire
DENTIAL PROPERTY 2951 N 24th St 19122- 5641 N 10th St 19141 1 7 1 0 -5 1 4 A
1 7 1 0 -5 0 0 Gwendolyn D. Mitchell 1902 11th wd. (formerly 49th wd. 1,544 Sq. 8036 Fairview St 19136-
67 High St a/k/a 67 E C.P. January Term, 2010 38th wd.) 1,312 Sq. Ft. Ft. OPA#492171500 2202 64th wd. 1,850
High St 59th wd. 10,356 No. 01468 $118,896.63 OPA#111446500 IM- IMPROVEMENTS: RESI- Sq. Ft. OPA#642013400
Sq. Ft. BRT#592039300 Phelan Hallinan Diamond DENTIAL PROPERTY IMPROVEMENTS: RESI-
IMPROVEMENTS: & Jones, LLP Raemarie Coleman, in Her





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