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Jewish Exponent Dec. 12, 2019

Jewish Exponent Dec. 12, 2019

DECEMBER 12, 2019 / 14 KISLEV 5780
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Jewish Ethics Judaica
Explored by Panel Holdings
How is the Fourth
Estate connected to MATT SILVER | JE STAFF
biblical law?
LAST WEEK, the University of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be honored Dec. 19 at the National Museum
Page 4 Pennsylvania announced that its libraries
received $12 million in gifts from Arnold of American Jewish History. Courtesy of the Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States
LOCAL and Deanne Kaplan, including the world’s
first endowed position in Judaica digital Justice Ruth Bader
Take a Trip humanities. The Kaplans’ contributions Ginsburg to Accept
to the Lost comprise historical artifacts and funding Award in Philadelphia
Jewish Quarter for future acquisitions, digitization and
Old synagogues, research fellowships. MATT SILVER | JE STAFF Dec. 19 to be honored by the National
Fabric Row among Museum of American Jewish History with
tour stops. To coincide with the announcement, FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY, the Notorious the Only in America Award, which amounts
Penn launched a new website that offers RBG is playing Philadelphia. to induction into NMAJH’s hall of fame.
Page 6 free digital access to nearly 7,000 items
from The Arnold and Deanne Kaplan Supreme Court Justice and pop culture NPR legal affairs correspondent
LOCAL Collection of Early American Judaica. icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be on hand Nina Totenberg, who is a close friend

IDF General The Kaplans began donating pieces
Discusses Women from their collection to Penn’s libraries
in Combat more than a decade ago after striking
“They’re doing an up a relationship with Arthur Kiron, the
excellent job.” curator of Penn’s Judaica collections. The
collections are housed partly on campus
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StandWithUs honors Je rey Barrack.



Delco synagogue celebrates 100 years. Miriam’s
Advice Well

Miriam answers a question from her
National 8-year-old daughter about Elf on the
Global Shelf and counsels that “it’s not Jewish

16 OPINION kids’ responsibility to keep this secret

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Arts Philacatessen


Jewish Federation Food columnist Keri White digs up an
old recipe for sweet and spicy nuts that’s
Calendar ideal for the holidays. Although it uses
Mazel Tov

Deaths a fair amount of sugar, there’s no dairy

Newsmakers or white flour, so it may be a bit less

42 CLASSIFIEDS sinful than other holiday treats. Read
Philacatessen for the recipe, as well as

content not normally found in the printed

edition, including additional recipes,

CANDLE LIGHTING gift ideas, restaurant reviews and food
Dec. 13 4:18 p.m. news from around the Delaware Valley.
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Jewish Ethics Explored in Media Panel

LOCAL organization decided to tackle “The overarching goal is that
ERIC SCHUCHT | JE STAFF the subject as it applies to the people should really become
Fourth Estate. more sensitive to the issues of
The Institute for Jewish Ethics ethics of proper speech, refined
is known for hosting discus- On Dec. 4, the insti- speech, honesty and integrity,
sions on how biblical law and tute hosted its “Ethics in the and they should also under-
Jewish ethics can apply to Media” event at the Jewish stand how much Jewish law
modern-day life. Community Services Building and Talmudic law really speaks
in Philadelphia. Four Jewish to contemporary and relevant
So with the media becoming experts spoke about freedom issues of modern times as well,”
more diverse and omnipres- of speech, hate speech, fake Rabbi Alexander Coleman, the
ent in people’s lives, it should news and censorship viewed institute’s founding director,
come as no surprise that the through the lens of American said.
law and Talmudic ethics.

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He said there has to be some institutions, beliefs or national
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Lost and Found: Touring the Jewish Quarter

LOCAL like what we just saw (B’nai Outside the Presbyterian Philadelphia’s First Family Raton,” said Silverman, “you will
MATT SILVER | JE STAFF Reuben and B’nai Abraham); Historical Society building, tour of nitrates. see the Adolph and Rose Levis
a synagogue was 10 adult men guide Jerry Silverman occasionally Jewish Community Center — all
JERRY SILVERMAN began and somebody’s living room.” used 21st century technology to Opened by Abe Levis and built on the back of pork.”
Hidden City’s tour of communicate what the lost Jewish his wife Anna in 1895, Levis
Philadelphia’s Lost Jewish Quarter Several historic synagogues quarter’s historical buildings Hot Dogs became an institu- Silverman got some of his
as he might’ve during his 36 years were seen and discussed. A cannot. tion. Many of a certain age best laughs of the day with
as a high school math teacher in surprising number still operate recall Levis’ signature Champ that one.
Philadelphia: He took roll. as synagogues; even more have Jerry Silverman with local theater Cherry Soda or the old claim
been retrofitted to house condo producer Sonya Aronowitz outside that Levis was the first to marry Like a single brilliant
He then launched into a units, to Silverman’s resigned of the tour terminus, Society Hill sausage and bun, thereby golf shot, these laughs keep
quick recitation of Philadelphia’s discontent. Synagogue. inventing the modern hot dog. Silverman coming back.
Jewish history from the pre-
Colonial period to the late 1800s One, the former B’nai Photos by Matt Silver “Maybe, maybe not,” “It’s a combination of lov-
— that period (from 1880-1920) Reuben at Sixth and Kater Silverman said. Or that old, ing Philly and being Jewish
is the tour’s main focus. streets, opened as a synagogue groups see. original Levis had the first soda and curious ... and of being
in 1904 and became condos in Like today, Queen Village’s fountain. Again, said Silverman: a frustrated actor,” Silverman
The tour began at the 2015. “Maybe, maybe not.” said, citing the principal rea-
Rebecca Gratz Club at 532 Fabric Row was a place for fabric sons that keep this one-time
Spruce St.; Silverman gave a “When they remodeled the — and almost everything else. But fewer have heard how Hebrew school principal com-
brief background colored with building ... the workingmen were Framed black-and-white photos Abe’s brother, Adolph, amassed ing back for more. “When
idiosyncratic commentary. grinding out all the Hebrew,” in today’s storefront windows a fortune. Adolph Levis began you’re a teacher, you’re an
Silverman said. “It was not an show the old South Fourth Street selling a dried, pepperoni-like actor, and when you a have a
Built in the early 1900s as act of anti-Semitism, just an act commercial district, where meat on a stick and, in 1967, tour, you have an audience.” l
a maternity ward for Jewish of stupidity.” butcher, baker and all purveying sold the snack to General Mills
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and non-, before becoming, ing it,” he continued. “I was told market stalls lined streets that
“like everything else in this that (the developers) didn’t want would’ve smelled of pastrami
city, condos.” the building to look too reli- and bialys, pickled cabbage
gious, that people wouldn’t want and horse manure — the area
After informed speculation to live in a religious-looking around Famous 4th Street Deli
as to why the beautiful philan- building.” was home to Philadelphia’s first
thropist Gratz, a muse to early horse-drawn trolley system, the
19th-century literati, never The tour is suffused with largest in the country in 1876.
married (a rumored predilec- anecdotes like these, linking
tion for non-Jewish men), the the bygone with the contempo- The old quarter saw Jews
sold-out tour was off, walking rary; as a neighborhood fixture, involved in virtually every ser-
south down Fifth Street toward Silverman’s not stingy with the vice and industry from matzoh
Queen Village and the old syn- straight talk. He is compre- ball soup to nuts to ... Slim Jims?
agogues and marketplaces of hensive, compact (verbally and
Philadelphia’s “Lost Jewish physically) and precise, walk- Enter the Levis family,
Quarter.” ing in a quick staccato shuffle
and speaking in same.
The area between Spruce
and Christian and Second and The question he invariably
Sixth was once the Philadelphia gets: Which synagogue is the
equivalent of New York’s Lower oldest?
East Side, just on a smaller
scale, said Silverman, whose It depends on the criteria,
quick recall of the historical he said.
and obscure, and dry, deadpan
humor have kept his tours sold The oldest built as a syn-
out for the past four months. agogue and still standing is
B’nai Reuben (1904); the oldest
In 1860, he said, built as a synagogue and still
Philadelphia had five syna- operating is B’nai Abraham,
gogues for 8,000 Jews. By 1915, completed in 1910; the oldest
there were roughly 200,000 congregation is Mikveh Israel,
Jews in the city and some 150 Silverman said, which traces
synagogues throughout the its congregation back to 1740
quarter. Though, Silverman but occupies a relatively new
warned, “you have to under- building, opened in 1976.
stand that a synagogue wasn’t
Though the “lost Jewish
quarter” contains no shortage
of them, old synagogues are
just a fraction of what tour



IDF General Talks Women in Combat Roles

LOCAL be women, but we’ll have that defend Israel’s borders in a Units specialized in border There are now thousands
SELAH MAYA ZIGHELBOIM | JE STAFF 40% or 50% men because you more professionalized manner defense can provide more of women in combat roles,
want a company or platoon — as well as his experience expertise and give other units Ebstein said. Many serve in
ISRAEL DEFENSE FORCES going out to do a mission to overseeing the integration of the opportunity to train more. border defense or in collection
Brig. Gen. Amir Ebstein has have the ability to both to carry women into combat forces. units that do intel.
learned a lot from his work heavy weights and to do other The IDF started incorpo-
integrating women into com- things.” Until about 15 years ago, rating more women into these “Once we started with put-
bat forces. regular units conducted bor- units, and for a simple reason. ting women in combat units,
Ebstein was in Philadelphia der defense, Ebstein explained. we saw that it really works
Women take longer to learn on Dec. 4 as part of a tour But threats on the border “We need more personnel,” well,” Ebstein said. “They’re
to carry and walk, for exam- with Our Soldiers Speak, an have grown and become more Ebstein said. “We need more doing an excellent job, so we’ve
ple, and their usually smaller organization that brings IDF sophisticated with the use of combat personnel.” increased the amount. So in the
size means they don’t carry as and Israeli National Police tunnels and drones. Having last three or four years, we’ve
much weight. senior officers to talk to grad- the regular units come in and Jewish women are required gone up from one battalion
uate schools, the press and do a short tour was not enough to serve two years in the IDF,
But women tend to be more policymakers about the Israeli to combat these new threats. so to serve in a combat role, See General, Page 31
patient, have better concentra- perspective on global issues. they actually have to volunteer
tion and better marksmanship. to extend their service.
For that reason, a company of For this tour, Ebstein made
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Delco Congregation Celebrates 100 Years


RABBI JEREMY GERBER An Ohev Shalom minyan in 1987 Courtesy of Rabbi Jeremy Gerber A 2019 recreation of the 1987 photo Courtesy of Rabbi Jeremy Gerber
has served Congregation Ohev
Shalom of Delaware County Chester. Nearby Congregation Mispallelim in 1973, and the to 1992. His accomplishments its sanctuary. The Children of
for a little over a decade, and B’nai Aaron was founded in synagogue’s school was renamed include overseeing the move to Israel Collection depicts the 12
in that time he’s been witness 1915, and the two merged to form in Mispallelim’s honor. Wallingford and arranging for a tribes of Israel along with Jacob’s
to weddings, funerals, bar and Ohev Shalom on March 29, 1920. Holocaust-era Torah to come to daughter Dinah and a panel
bat mitzvahs and other special “It’s really been fun to learn the synagogue in 1979. embodying priesthood. The
occasions. In the 1960s, the synagogue more about Chester and about panels were put together over
relocated to its current site in the Jewish community that was The Torah originated in 18 months and include trinkets
Now he’ll be present for a dif- Wallingford. Another merger there, the families that have Loštice, Czech Republic, and was added by congregants and com-
ferent kind of commemoration. occurred with Congregation been instrumental,” Gerber said previously housed at the Czech munity members.
of gearing up to celebrate 100 Memorial Scrolls Museum in
The Conservative congre- years. “It’s been valuable to the London. After decades of being The murals and awards are
gation will celebrate the 100th congregation to learn about that unusable due to water and fire some of the many accomplish-
anniversary of its founding in history and to acknowledge this damage and general neglect, the ments Bonnie Breit — one of
2020, with its more than 270 moment in time and to cele- Torah was restored and will be the tri-chairs for the congre-
member families hosting several brate it, but as a launch into the rededicated on April 18. gation’s centennial committee
events leading up to the occasion. next 100 years and beyond.” — is proud to discuss.
Another centennial event
Congregation Ohev Shalom, The synagogue kicked off will be a visit from Arnold An Ohev Shalom mem-
not to be confused with Ohev its centennial celebration last Eisen, chancellor of the ber since 1992, she described
Shalom of Bucks County, has month at its annual congre- Jewish Theological Seminary the synagogue as “warm and
a rich history. Its origins date gational dinner. Displays with in New York, who will speak welcoming” and as egalitarian,
to 1891 with the founding of photos and newspaper clip- Feb. 23 about the future of having allowed women to be
Congregation B’nai Israel in pings telling the synagogue’s Conservative Judaism. counted in a minyan since the
story were placed in the lobby 1970s. She said they practice
and seven more will be added The synagogue will continue “no-guilt Judaism” and that all
throughout the next year. its programminig for the wider families — including interfaith
community as well. About or not overly religious ones —
“I’ve spent a fair bit of time four years ago, Gerber joined are welcome to join.
looking back at old newspapers, forces with community orga-
and it’s given me a greater appre- nizer Cory Long to create the While making an effort
ciation for the congregation to Fellowship of Urban Suburban to reflect on its past, Ohev
see just how active of a commu- Engagement, or FUSE. The Shalom is also looking toward
nity and what a center of Jewish program connects various its future with the creation of a
life it’s been for such a very long houses of worship, commu- strategic planning committee.
time,” congregation president nity groups and nonprofits in
Amy Graham said. “It’s really Delaware County to broaden “There is Judaism alive and
fascinating.” community relationships and well in Delaware County, and
understanding. In 2017, it won we really are grateful for our
The centennial celebration a Solomon Schechter Award past,” Breit said. “But we’re gen-
party will take place June 6-7 from the United Synagogue of uinely excited about creating a
with a rededication of the syn- Conservative Judaism. future and serving as a hub for
agogue’s sanctuary. All of the people who want to live a Jewish
congregation’s living rabbis are The same year, the con- life at whatever level.” l
invited to the occasion, includ- gregation took home another
ing Rabbi Louis Kaplan, who Solomon Schechter Award for [email protected];
led the congregation from 1961 a series of 14 mosaic panels in 215-832-0751


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StandWithUs to Honor Je rey Barrack

LOCAL Defender of Israel and the work Efrat Mayor Oded Revivi will speak at the gala where Barrack will be Je rey Barrack
ERIC SCHUCHT | JE STAFF of StandWithUs does. He puts Courtesy of StandWithUs Philadelphia
actions to words.” honored. Courtesy of StandWithUs Philadelphia
PHILANTHROPIST AND gala) are going to be Zionists
attorney Je rey Barrack will StandWithUs is an interna- because we have these amazing a master’s from Boston College who have been to Israel many
be honored at StandWithUs tional organization founded young people that put them- and a J.D. from Temple times, and who love Israel
Philadelphia’s fourth annual in 2001 to ght anti-Semi- selves forward on the front University Beasley School of with a passion. But in the same
Defenders of Israel Gala tism and educate people about lines and that they have an Law. breath, those same people, very
Dinner on Dec. 19 for both his Israel. e nonpro t’s chapters organization that gives them Since 1996, he has been a few of them have crossed the
local advocacy and his support organize leadership training fact-based material and sup- partner at Barrack, Rodos & Green Line,” Barrack said. “My
of Israel. and educational programs in invitation to participants would
schools across the country as be to come to our cities, to our
PaulaJo e,associatedirector well as produce educational forefathers’ tombs and memo-
of StandWithUs’ Mid-Atlantic material on Israel in the form rials and to the land where our
Region, said Barrack’s work of social media, lms and people have tread for 3,500
with the Jewish Federation of weekly newsletters. years because we can, and the
Greater Philadelphia, Hillel only thing stopping us is fear.”
of Greater Philadelphia, the Jo e said her hope with the
American Israel Public A airs gala is for everyone to become In addition to honoring
Committee and broader Jewish inspired by StandWithUs’ Barrack, the gala will recog-
community is noteworthy. work. nize Marcus Bernstein with the
Campus Award and Shaqed
“Je epitomizes everything “My goal is for everybody Tzabbar with the High School
that StandWithUs stands for: in the audience to come away Award.
pro-Israel,” Jo e said. “Je just with the same enthusiasm that
embodies all the things that a I have when I meet with these Bernstein is a student
young people, that they know at Drexel University and
that our future is in good hands a StandWithUs 2019-2020
Emerson Fellow. He has orga-
NAME: JPHILLYHOOPS; WIDTH: 3.625 IN; port so they can be successful,” Bacine, representing plain- nized campus events, including
DEPTH: 5.5 IN; COLOR: BLACK PLUS ONE; AD Jo e said. “I want everyone to ti s in antitrust, securities bringing Holocaust survivor
NUMBER: 00087720 leave the dinner feeling that fraud and other class-action Cherie Goren to speak, and
our kids are supported, that lawsuits. last year was a Building Israel
they can feel proud, but know One thing that kicked o his Connections Engagement
that our work is not done and volunteerism was his experience Project Fellow.
that they need to be part of the with the Jewish Federations of
process. We owe it as a com- North America as a member of Tzabbar is a student at Jack
munity to be there for our kids its National Young Leadership M. Barrack Hebrew Academy.
and to give them these tools.” Cabinet from 2007 to 2013. As a 2019-20 StandWithUs
e dinner is slated for 5:30 He also served on the board of High School intern, she pro-
p.m. on Dec. 19 at Har Zion directors at Hillel of Greater duced nearly 20 programs at
Temple in Gladwyne. e key- Philadelphia from 2011 to 2014 the school. ●
note speaker is Oded Revivi, and on the board of trustees
mayor of Efrat, Israel, and chief at Jewish Federation of Greater [email protected];
foreign envoy for the Yesha Philadelphia between 2006 215-832-0751
Council. and 2019.
Barrack, 51, said he was Barrack is a Senate Club
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS IN GRADES 5-8 grateful to be honored. Member of AIPAC and serves
ALL LEVELS WELCOME “StandWithUs is a great on its Philadelphia Leadership
organization. ey do excellent Council. He’s also a member
MASTERMAN HIGH SCHOOL GYM work supporting Jewish life on of the National Development
college campuses and prepar- Committee of the Alexander
1699 SPRING GARDEN ST ing high school students for Muss High School in Israel. At
Sundays 1/26 - 3/8 college in today’s environment Har Zion Temple, he has served
of anti-Semitism,” Barrack as vice president of nance and
2:00pm-3:30pm said. development since 2017.
Barrack has a long history In Barrack’s speech, he
CONTACT: [email protected] of volunteer work in the Jewish plans to advocate for coexis-
SPONSORED BY: Pine Forest Camp community in Philadelphia, tence in Israel and encourage
where he grew up and now audience members to visit the
resides. He earned a bachelor’s West Bank.
degree from Clark University, “Most of these people (at the


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Arizona State University Passes Resolution ornaments and bottle openers from its website Dec. and thereby embark on the road to redemption.”
in Support of Jewish Students 1 after a request by the Auschwitz Memorial and A New Jersey man said Greer raped and
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY’S undergraduate Museum, JTA reported.
student government approved a resolution that sexually molested him hundreds of times between
supports the school’s Jewish students, JTA reported. “Selling ‘Christmas ornaments’ with images of 2001 and 2005 when he was a minor and a yeshiva
Auschwitz does not seem appropriate. Auschwitz on a student.
The university’s State Press student newspaper bottle opener is rather disturbing and disrespectful. We
reported that the resolution passed Dec. 3 came ask @amazon to remove the items of those suppliers,” Greer and the Yeshiva of New Haven were ordered
about after flyers with swastikas and Stars of David the museum at the former Nazi death camp tweeted. in May 2017 by a federal jury in a civil lawsuit to pay
appeared on campus and discussions about the $15 million in compensatory damages and $5 million
Israeli-Palestinian conflict were heard in some stu- The ornaments included an image of train tracks in punitive damages.
dent organizations. leading to the camp’s entrance, as well as a view of
reconstructed barracks. ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Cancels Belgium
Called the Resolution to Stand With Jewish Students Appearance Because of Disputed Parade
at ASU, the document mentions the rise in anti- Connecticut Rabbi Gets 20 Years in Prison Carice van Houten, the Dutch actress known for
Semitic hate crimes and the 2018 Tree of Life shooting. for Sexual Assault of Yeshiva Student playing Melisandre in “Game of Thrones,” canceled a
Rabbi Daniel Greer, 79, received a 20-year prison Belgium television appearance because of an annual
ASU Jewish students “have expressed concerns over sentence Dec. 2 after being convicted of sexually parade that caricatures Jews, JTA reported.
their own safety on campus to the administration and assaulting a former yeshiva student.
police force in light of recent events, specifically Nazi Van Houten and associate Halina Reijn, who is
propaganda,” it reads. It also said the student govern- Greer, who founded the Yeshiva of New Haven, married to a Jewish soccer player, bailed out of a panel
ment supported “all students in mutual civil dialogue Connecticut, is appealing. discussion on “The Appointment” when they learned
and debate in an environment that is free from threat that Aalst Mayor Christoph D’Haese would be on the
and intimidation,” and that it “does not support Greer was ordered by Judge Jon Alander to begin show. D’Haese has defended the caricatures — which
anti-Semitism, and stands by the Jewish community.” the sentence immediately, saying his age made him a feature effigies of Jews grinning as they hold money, and
substantial flight risk, instead of allowing him to be one with a rat on his shoulder — as legitimate satire.
Amazon Criticized for Selling Gifts free on bond during the appeals.
Featuring Auschwitz Scenes The United Nations Educational, Scientific and
Amazon removed Auschwitz-themed Christmas “The Talmud teaches that there is hope for a man who Cultural Organization has condemned the parade as
is capable of being ashamed,” Alander said. “It is my hope “racist and anti-Semitic.” l
that someday you will truly feel ashamed for your actions



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Report: Haredi Orthodox Recruit Totals Inflated by IDF ON NEW BEGINNINGS.
THERE WERE FAR fewer haredi Orthodox soldiers joining the
Israel Defense Forces in 2017 than the army claimed, JTA reported. Construction on Rydal Waters is underway, with cottages slated to
open in 2020 and 2021. An expansion of the renowned Rydal Park
e Kan public broadcaster said there were only 1,300 Life Plan Community in Abington, Rydal Waters will offer elegant,
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KFC Launches Yet Again in Israel
For a fourth time, KFC is launching operations in Israel —
although its restaurants won’t be kosher this time, JTA reported.

A branch is expected to open in the northern Israel Arab city
of Nazareth, with negotiations ongoing for dozens of branches
through the country.

e restaurant chain opened and closed in Israel in both the
1980s and the 1990s, then was open between 2003 and 2012.

e last time around, a franchise owner with eight locations
went kosher a er switching the chicken coating and using
kosher-slaughtered chickens instead of birds provided by KFC.

“ e moment we switched to kosher, sales began to plunge
and it was no longer economically viable,” Udi Shamai told
Globes in February. “ e product was less good, whereas things
had gone ne with unkosher chickens.”

Walmart Apparently Planning Israel Stores
Speculation is going around that Walmart will open a store in
Jerusalem, JTA reported.

Business website Calcalist reported that the Bentonville,
Arkansas-based retailer has posted LinkedIn job listings of late
seeking cashiers, food handlers, pharmacists and merchandise
stockers in Jerusalem.

Walmart representatives visited Israel to consider the possi-
bility of opening a branch there, Calcalist reported last year.

Proposal Floated for New Hospital In Beersheva
That Would be Largest in Israel
If a portion of Beersheva can be expanded for development, the
largest hospital in Israel will be built there, reported,
citing a Calcalist article.

With the approval of the National Council for Planning and
Construction, the city could develop both a hospital and an
industrial zone for pharmaceutical and biotech companies.

e hospital would have about 1,900 beds, including 1,000
for general medicine, with the remainder for geriatric care and a
mental health center. It would span about 4.3 million square feet
and include a 10-story central building.

Calcalist said it would take 15 to 20 years for the hospital to
be functional. e city already is home to Soroka Medical Center.

e largest hospital in Israel for now is Tel Aviv’s Sheba
Medical Center.

Aside from the hospital, hotels, commerce and logistics oper-
ations can be built nearby and 350,000 square meters would be
for biotech and pharmaceutical company o ces. ●



Penn I’ve ever made, outside of a Arthur Kiron, Schottenstein- Arnold and Deanna Kaplan Courtesy of University of Pennsylvania
family decision.” Jesselson Curator of Judaica
Continued from Page 1 Collections at Penn Oil portrait of Rachel Josephson, Oil portrait of Manuel Josephson,
The Kaplans, originally likely a wedding portrait, circa 1763. likely a wedding portrait, circa 1763.
at Van Pelt Library and partly from Pittsburgh and now living Courtesy of Arthur Kiron She was the wife of Mikveh Israel As president of Mikveh Israel, on
in the Herbert D. Katz Center in Sarasota, Florida, have been President Manuel Josephson, Dec. 13, 1790, he wrote a letter of
for Advanced Judaic Studies at collectors of early Americana His favorite is a letter written congratulations to newly elected
420 Walnut St. and early American Judaica by a Jewish man in Pittsburgh Courtesy of Arnold Kaplan President George Washington, who
since the early 1970s; their col- to Isaac Leeser, a mid-19th answered his letter.
Arnold Kaplan, formerly lection is now recognized as century rabbi who lived in process, and as long as I’m
chief financial officer of United one of the most important pri- Philadelphia and is considered willing and able, I’d like to Courtesy of Arnold Kaplan
Healthcare, recalled that he vate collections of its kind. It’s antebellum America’s most keep it as an ongoing process.”
and Kiron were aligned in a collection they’ve been eager influential Jewish leader. American Judaism and the role
their vision for the collection to share. That would be just fine with of American Jews in American
and how it might be used to “It’s a simple, humble let- Kiron. history, broadly, (the Kaplan
maximally affect scholar- “We’ve only kept one thing, ter, circa 1852 or 1856,” Kaplan Collection) provides an archi-
ship in oft-overlooked areas and that’s totally out of the said. It was written on behalf “The word ‘transforma- val foundation for rethinking
of American Jewish history, period — Manfred Anson’s of the 20 or so Jewish fam- tional’ is thrown around in so many aspects of the history
namely the significant Jewish menorah with Statues of ilies living in Pittsburgh’s philanthropic circles, but what of Jews in this country and this
involvement in American Liberty on it,” Kaplan said. “I Jewish community, struggling does it mean to transform a hemisphere.” l
commercial life prior to the was quite pleased to be able to to make ends meet. The man reality or have a great impact?”
great European migrations of have Penn take the responsi- spoke of the struggle the Jewish Kiron asked. “In terms of [email protected];
the late 1800s. bility for this collection. Even families had in providing for 215-832-0737
Arthur (Kiron) used to say their families, when the men
“Arthur and I began (in to me, ‘What if your house could only work for five days
2011) to talk about digitization burned down?’” but had to feed their families
and what he and I both call for seven.
‘open access.’ The issue was Kaplan’s favorite piece
whether Penn would want to in the collection is not what “Here’s a fellow who kept
take over a collection like this, many would expect. The 1763 his faith, did what had to be
with about 11,000 items, cata- wedding portraits of Mikveh done, worked for five but some-
log it and then bring it online. Israel’s Revolutionary-era how fed his family for seven.
That’s a real resource commit- president, Manuel Josephson, That’s the ultimate in faith
ment,” Kaplan said. the man who’d later exchange — he did what was required
correspondence with George of him. Pretty hard for us to
Carton Rogers, the former Washington upon the latter’s consider today, but that’s my
director of libraries at Penn, ascendancy to the presidency, favorite one. I always go back
made the decision to move are what most people guess. to that letter,” said Kaplan.
“They’re incredibly import- The digitization of the entire
“Carton said, ‘We’ll do it,’” ant paintings,” Kaplan collection means that Kaplan
Kaplan recalled. “I have only acknowledged. But they’re not will still have access to the his-
looked back thinking this has his favorite. torical document. “I can read it
to be one of the best decisions any time I want,” he said.

In the meantime, the
Kaplans are still collecting.

“We haven’t stopped buying.
The only difference is instead
of coming to my house, it goes
to their house,” he said, mean-
ing Penn. “It’s been an ongoing


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e-mail: [email protected];
of Ginsburg’s, will emcee an EMILY AUGUST visit:
event that features speeches by
pop historians, legal scholars the time-honored “I respect- The evening will include a former Justice Louis Brandeis, I
and Totenberg herself focusing fully dissent.” performance by a Washington the first Jewish justice, whose
on Ginsburg’s legal and social National Opera youth program commitment to civil liberties Screening for other
influence but also her less Ginsburg had been on the singer, who will perform an aria and civil rights Ginsburg has Jewish Genetic Diseases
publicized life, interests and court for 20 years by then, from Beethoven’s “Fidelio,” a cited as an inspiration.
passions as an ordinary citizen. but Carmon’s and Knizhnik’s piece about a strong woman also available.
attentions launched her into who fights for what she believes But Ginsburg is the right
“Each speaker has both a per- the pop-culture stratosphere. in, and “God Bless America,” the Jewish justice to honor in 2019, This message is sponsored by a friend of
sonal connection to the justice composition by Irving Berlin, a according to museum officials.
and can also speak to a piece of “They both have personal posthumously inducted mem- Nat’l Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases
her legacy,” NMAJH Director stories to share about the jus- ber of Only in America. “It’s particularly appropri- Association of Delaware Valley
of Communications and Public tice,” August said of the authors. ate this year, not just because
Engagement Emily August said. “But they also have a lot to say Ginsburg becomes the 19th of the exhibit but also because second woman, after Sandra
about this pop culture icon and inductee to the Only in America this is the year celebrating Day O’Connor, to serve on the
Ginsburg, the second-longest how she became the Notorious gallery; she is only the fourth the anniversary of the 19th court when she was appointed
tenured justice behind Justice RBG and how there’s actually still living. The other three Amendment (which gave by President Bill Clinton in 1993
Clarence Thomas, is expected to something meaningful and are Sandy Koufax, Barbara women the right to vote),” has long been viewed as among
speak, likely in response to the substantive behind that. They’ll Streisand and Steven Spielberg. NMAJH Interim CEO Misha the court’s strongest liberal
various speeches and tributes that be talking about her both as this Galperin said. “And issues that voices. She is known for stirring
will precede her, August said. icon but also about her identity Ginsburg was actually she has championed in her dissents in cases where majority
in a different kind of way. Irin’s already part of the gallery, in a career and in her life are par- holdings have been thought to
Totenberg is expected to words were, ‘But she’s also a way — she provided the narra- ticularly important today.” adversely affect women’s rights
speak about her relationship Jewish bubbe.’” tion for the section devoted to and civil liberties.
with Ginsburg as well as the Ginsburg, who became the
judge’s legacy. This past year, Ginsburg
was the focus of a biopic titled
Irin Carmon and Shana “On the Basis of Sex,” a title
Knizhnik will also speak. They that refers to cases early in
co-wrote the book “Notorious Ginsburg’s legal career, when
RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth she was credited with expand-
Bader Ginsburg” and co-curated ing the scope of the 14th
the exhibit that originated in Los Amendment’s Equal Protection
Angeles and is now at NMAJH to provide heightened judi-
through Jan. 12. cial scrutiny to government
discrimination based on sex.
Knizhnik created the Tumblr
that launched the “Notorious “She’s a hero,” Galperin
RBG” into the zeitgeist after a said, “and we live in an age
fiery 2013 dissent from Ginsburg. where finding heroes is not
In that case, Shelby County v. that easy.”
Holder, the court threw out what
Ginsburg considered to be an The Only in America event
indispensable part of the Voting at NMAJH is sold out, but the
Rights Act. event will be livestreamed for
free on Facebook. l
Dissenting vehemently,
Ginsburg wrote: “Hubris is a fit [email protected];
word for today’s demolition of 215-832-0737
the VRA.” She ultimately broke
with dissenters’ traditional
rules of decorum by closing
with “I dissent,” as opposed to

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Why Give? Why Now?

BY NAOMI ADLER our work. But for now, I’ll give This past year, we have edi- Netivot and Sdot Negev. Each and every cher-
you just three of the reasons fied our greater community When disaster strikes, I’m ished dollar donated to the
THE END OF the calendar I chose to give to our Jewish about the challenges facing our Jewish Federation of Greater
year is upon us — which means Federation in 2019. Jewish community through comforted to know that the Philadelphia symbolizes our
that, just like you, my inbox is conversations with the last of relationships we have built in communities’ strength, their
stuffed with donation requests This past year has not been our Holocaust survivors and Israel ensure that our dollars resilience and their deep
from worthwhile organiza- an easy one for American with our teens on how to talk are going straight to the com- commitment to our own
tions. It’s the time of year when Jewish communities. about Israel. We have success- munities that are most in need. permanence.
many of us must make hard fully advocated for more robust
decisions about where our Among the lessons learned, hate crimes legislation and As a donor to the Jewish As the year 2019 comes to
generosity will accomplish the we’ve seen the importance convened our communities to Federation, I also am proud a close, I hope you’ll join me
most good. of having a central hub for heal and empower individuals to give to our organization in investing in our own Jewish
our Greater Philadelphia to stand up and speak out. because it amplifies my giving communities. In times of uncer-
At Jewish Federation, our Jewish communities to turn power. Through collective giv- tainty, when Jews across our
far-reaching impact means to in times of crisis. As anti- Our Jewish homeland, the ing, my gift is combined with region feel isolated or divided
that I could give you 1,000 Semitism continues to rise, our democratic state of Israel, is the gifts of others, infusing across political and economic
reasons why community mem- Jewish Federation has dou- also a major reason why I give. my donation with a capacity it lines, the Jewish Federation’s
bers like you choose to support bled down on our investment would never have on its own. work to keep our communities
to protect local institutions When Israel is in crisis, the strong and connected is more
by providing building assess- Jewish Federation is there — as Our refreshed jewishphilly. imperative than ever before.
ments and security trainings. when last month, hundreds of org website has made it eas-
We continue to partner with rockets were fired from Gaza ier for every donor to track For all of the Jewish Exponent
interfaith communities, local and we immediately jumped in where their dollars are being readers who have already put
law enforcement and national to help, both through our part- invested, and to see their col- their trust in us, I thank you for
organizations to promote ner agencies on the ground and lective impact. Through each helping us to carry the light. I
peace and share information. by allocating emergency funds of our donations, we are able wish you all a happy Chanukah
for victims of trauma and other to disseminate larger grants as and a joyful 2020. l
Not only do we protect and support services for our sisters well as raise a collective, pow-
defend our communities, but I and brothers forced into the erful voice that speaks loudly Naomi Adler is the president
have been proud to see how we public bomb shelters in our against hate and in support of and CEO of Jewish Federation of
have invested in efforts that will hard-hit partnership region of our communities’ most vul- Greater Philadelphia.
create a more educated public. nerable members.

Dangerous Fee Hikes for Immigrants in the Works

BY CATHRYN MILLER-WILSON immigrants across the country. charge people to seek asylum fiscal priorities by extracting For instance, one of the
Immigrant populations — people who have fled with more monies for ICE than was extremely vulnerable Ethiopian
VULNERABLE IMMIGRANT literally nothing but what they agreed to by Congress. asylees we serve arrived in the
communities are under attack throughout the United States could carry. These changes U.S. after fleeing the Ethiopian
in the United States. are being dealt a harsh blow will make it nearly impossible Ultimately, this administra- civil war. He was granted asy-
by United States Citizenship for low-income immigrants to tion is prioritizing enforcement lum in 2011, and received his
The Trump administration and Immigration Services seek asylum or adjust their sta- over integration in the same green card four years later.
has proposed policies that (USCIS) through a regressive tus to the next level for which way that our government has After arriving in the U.S., he
will slap a series of fees on tax on immigrants, refugees they are eligible. prioritized incarceration over was diagnosed with diabetes
Philadelphia’s immigrants, and asylees. The proposed fee education for citizens. It is and placed on dialysis due to
and then will use the reve- schedule — which was pub- In addition, in what is another example of a wrong- the resulting kidney problems
nue generated from these fees lished and opened to public arguably an unconstitutional headed policy that creates more and other medical issues stem-
to fund the detainment and comment on Nov. 14, 2019 end-run around Congress, the problems than it solves. The ming from his diabetes.
deportation system currently — would exorbitantly raise increased revenue generated policy is also a blatant attempt
striking fear in communities of required fees that immigrants through these changes will be to wrest power from minori- Because he is unable to work
must submit to the U.S. gov- transferred to Immigration ties by affirmatively preventing and has no family to support
ernment to file for various and Customs Enforcement. low-income immigrants from him, he relies on Supplemental
forms of immigration relief. It Traditionally, USCIS process- naturalizing and being able to Security Income to pay his
would eliminate fee waivers for ing fees are used to fund the vote. rent. However, due to a rule
naturalization purposes, raise processing of applications filed. that requires legal permanent
naturalization fees by 83% and These fee increases and the residents to naturalize within
establish new fees for asylum ICE’s budget, however, proposed elimination of fee seven years of arrival in order
applications. is proscribed by Congress. waivers have real consequences to continue accessing SSI bene-
Congress did not authorize for Philadelphia’s immigrants fits, his SSI was recently cut off
This latter would make the the amount of money that the like the clients our team at and he will need to naturalize
U.S. one of only four coun- president requested, so these HIAS Pennsylvania serves in order to regain his primary
tries in the world that would rules defy Congress’ setting of every day.



source of income. While under her. Crime victims who this proposed rule does — it KVETCH ’N KVELL
the current policy he would seek to bring over qualify- discriminates against low-
receive a fee waiver to cover ing family members have to income asylum seekers, ‘Never Again’ Is Current
the costs of applying for cit- pay 559% more — $1,515, to it penalizes them for being A READER BEMOANS the Jewish Exponent’s apparent dis-
izenship, the proposed rule ask for permission to get the low-income and ultimately it regard for Kristallnacht (“Kvetch ’N’ Kvell,” Dec. 5), claiming
change would require he pay family support that they may will result in their refoulement it’s an event we should never forget. Though it was an atrocity,
$1,170, almost two full months desperately need in the wake or deportation to their coun- it pales in significance compared to thousands of men, women
of SSI payments. Due to his low of a crime. tries of origin if they are and children packed into cattle cars and shipped to crematoria.
income and health issues, he unable to pay the fee to get
risks homelessness. This policy Imagine being trafficked the status that allows them to It was a black day in Jewish history but of no more conse-
is taking a stable member of at a young age — 14 or 15, remain. quence than Pearl Harbor which ignited World War II and is
our community and creating drugged and prostituted by a hardly mentioned on Dec. 7.
an unstable, crisis situation. violent American criminal for Two important proposed fee
How is that helpful to anyone? months or even years, escap- hikes also require immigrants Jewish history is rife with Kristallnachts, i.e., the pogroms
ing, cooperating with police to pay to get their day in court and the Inquisition. It is the memory of the Holocaust and all
The Trump administration to bring that criminal to jus- — the application for suspen- it entailed and its continued relevance that is important, not
claims that fees must increase tice, and then, in an attempt to sion of deportation or special individual pieces of the entire picture because “never again”
by a weighted average of 21% start your life over as an adult, rule cancellation of removal is current and will remain so for eternity or at least as long as
in order to balance USCIS’ seeking to a beloved family (increasing by 216%) and the anti-Semitism exists.
books. But that is only when member here to help you heal, request for a hearing on a
taking into account the extra and being told that all that you decision in naturalization pro- Ralph D. Bloch | Jenkintown
resources the president wishes suffered to bring the criminal ceedings (increasing by 151%).
to divert to ICE rather than to justice was not sufficient. In other words, if an immi- What Does Article 49 Say?
paying for processing costs. Alone and traumatized with grant feels they had an unfair Dore Gold has rightly disposed of the objections that have been
little skills and disrupted edu- hearing, they would have to pay raised against Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s statement of
This is a blatantly political cation, you have to find more an exorbitant sum to appeal. If policy on Jewish communities in Judea/Samaria (“A Long-
strategy to prevent immigrants than $1,500 before bringing these proposed hikes go into Awaited Correction in Israeli Policy,” Nov. 27).
from accessing rights awarded over any adult who cares about effect, low-income immigrants
with citizenship. By raising you to help you put your life who don’t have the means to Most importantly, he demonstrates that it is wrong to
naturalization fees by 83%, back together. pay for a hearing or for their characterize the Trump administration policy announcement
but green card renewal fees deportation to be suspended as overturning 40 years of U.S. policy when, in fact, for the vast
by only 25%, the adminis- As indicated above, the will be disenfranchised and majority of those 40 years, the U.S. did not assert that Israeli
tration is encouraging legal proposed rule would also potentially deported because Jewish civilians communities in Judea/Samaria were illegal.
permanent residents to remain introduce a $50 asylum appli- they are low-income.
at their current immigration cation fee. USCIS claims the The chief basis to the false claim that these communities are
status indefinitely. This would fee would “alleviate the pres- This proposed fee hike could inconsistent with international law is a flawed and willful mis-
prevent them from accessing sure” on the backlog of asylum have deadly consequences. reading of Article 49 of the Fourth Geneva Convention.
federal aid for college, petition- applications, thereby leaving In addition, the policy will
ing for relatives abroad and, USCIS employees more time impact members of Greater Article 49 deals only with territories belonging to a sovereign
conveniently, voting against and resources to perform other Philadelphia’s Jewish commu- power whereas, of course, Judea/Samaria were illegally seized by
Trump in the next election. immigration duties. nity, particularly those who Jordan in 1948 and captured by Israel following Jordanian attack
It will also create a perma- immigrated from the former in 1967. Judea/Samaria thus remain unallocated territory under
nent class of residents who are However, many people flee- Soviet Union and Ukraine and international law. Only Israeli annexation or an Arab-Israeli
disenfranchised, rendering ing extreme situations in their now seek to sponsor family agreement on their status could alter this fact — neither of which
integration efforts impossi- home countries and seeking members. have occurred.
ble. It is glaringly obvious that asylum in the United States
the proposed fees are meant do not have $50 to spare. Don’t let the fear win. But even if Article 49 were applicable to Judea/Samaria, what
to disenfranchise thousands of USCIS acknowledges this fee The public has until Dec. 30 does Article 49 say?
immigrants. is meant to cut back on asy- to submit comments about
lum claims, further evidence the proposed rule change. All Article 49 prohibits “Individual or mass forcible transfers, as
The largest fee increase of the administration’s flout- are encouraged to submit a well as deportations of protected persons from occupied territory
is for victims of crime, or ing of international law which unique comment via the USCIS to the territory of the Occupying Power or to that of any other
someone who obtained their requires “non-discrimination, website. l country, occupied or not.” It also ordains that “The Occupying
legal status by cooperat- non-penalization, and non-re- Power shall not deport or transfer parts of its own civilian popu-
ing with law enforcement in foulement” of those seeking Cathryn Miller-Wilson is the lation into the territory it occupies.”
the investigation of a crime asylum. executive director of HIAS
committed against him or Pennsylvania. As Palestinians are not being deported or forcibly transferred
But this is exactly what from Judea/Samaria to another territory and since Jews are not
being deported or transferred from Israel to Judea/Samaria but
STATEMENT FROM THE PUBLISHER rather are moving there freely of their own will, Article 49 has no
bearing on the situation.
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Although latkes are crunchy in Budapest during the Middle
and delicious, a cookie menu Ages, when Jewish bakers saved
affords the host or hostess the the city from invaders and were
freedom to enjoy the party — rewarded with permission
avoiding sizzle and spatter in to bake a pastry in the shape
the kitchen. of the Ottoman flag’s cres-
cent. Their popularity spread
I like serving cookies throughout Austria-Hungary.
connected to Jewish history. My recipe comes from my hus-
Children enjoy cookies shaped band’s mother, who brought it
like dreidels and menorahs. to America from Vienna.
Chanukah cookie cutters can
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was adopted by Italian Jews,
I sprinkle blue sugar on who cherished these flour-
dreidel cookies, a custom pop- less treats during Passover.
ular with children in Israel. Eventually, macaroons spread
Menorah-shaped cookies shine across Europe. Eastern


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IF YOU’RE PART of a Jewish Joan Nathan at a National Yiddish Book Center event in Amherst, Chicken soup with matzoh balls hipokrat / iStock / Getty Images Plus
family in the U.S., there’s a Massachussetts, in 2011 Dina Rudick/The Boston Globe via Getty Images via JTA
decent chance you grew sticks served at Ratner’s on the Yemenite soup with
up in the vicinity of a Joan wine sauce with herbs. chicken soup with matzoh Lower East Side. gilberte and hawayij: I first
Nathan cookbook. Her many Moroccan challah with balls is in the Jewish DNA as tasted this many years ago sit-
books, like “Jewish Cooking anise: Of all the challahs that the ultimate symbol of com- Chopped chicken liver: I ting cross-legged on the floor at
in America,” have been I have ever tasted, my favorite fort food. I make mine with love the chopped chicken liver the home of the late Yosef Zadok,
staples of the American Jewish is a Moroccan challah flavored lots of vegetables, matzoh balls from Wise Sons Deli in San a jeweler, rabbi and patriarch
experience for decades. with anise that I learned many flavored with dill, nutmeg and Francisco. They load it with in Jerusalem. It is a comforting
years ago from a Moroccan fresh ginger, and chicken fat. caramelized onions and use dish with ancient roots.
Nathan, 76, was honored woman living in a seventh floor For holidays or for health, it good schmaltz. It’s a real treat.
Dec. 2 at a gala dinner for the walk-up with a tiny kitchen in works every time. Pickled lox with sour
Museum of the Jewish People Bordeaux. I have spiked my Pletzel rolls with caramel- Chocolate babka: I have yet cream: Whenever I walk into
at Beit Hatfusot in New York weekly challah ever since with ized onions and poppy seeds: to meet anyone who doesn’t Russ & Daughters, they imme-
City. To mark the occasion, she anise seeds. I still remember the first time like chocolate babka. I like it diately scoop out some of their
has released a list of her “Jewish Chicken soup with matzoh I ate a pletzel, a Polish roll. It with good, bittersweet choco- absolutely delicious pickled lox
food must-haves” — we’ll take balls: I honestly believe that was in a bread basket with salt late — not cocoa powder and with sour cream for me.
it to mean her favorite Jewish not Nutella.
dishes. Kibbeh with stuffed
Apricot rugelach: This is vegetables: There is never a
Nathan is noted for what put Jewish sweets on the trip to Jerusalem when I do
researching and promoting map, although no one knew not stop at Morduch’s in
international Jewish cuisines, that they were Jewish when the Mahane Yehudah, where I eat
and her list reflects that diver- late Maida Heatter put them kibbeh and all kinds of stuffed
sity. Here’s the list, with her in her iconic “Book of Great vegetables.
commentary, courtesy of the Desserts.”
museum: Dampfknudeln: For me,
Hungarian chicken fricassee: the crowning Jewish dish is
Brisket braised in a savory I adore Mimi Sheraton’s probably not Jewish at all.
wine and herb sauce: Long Hungarian chicken fricas- Dampfknudeln is a brioche-like
and slow is my mantra for see with meatballs from her cake with a caramel sauce
brisket. If there is one Jewish cookbook “From My Mother’s drizzled on top. The Bavarian
dish that transcends many Kitchen.” There is some- dessert was popularized by
cultures, it is brisket, braised thing so satisfying about the Catholics and, through the
for a long time in a savory chicken with the meatballs centuries, variations crossed
and tomatoes, especially with over to the German Jews, who
F l The fresh tomatoes around Rosh served it with dairy meals.
And Nev Miss A St y! Salade juive: Each Jewish Libyan aharaimi: This is so North African family has its
#jewishinphilly good that it has become part of own rendition of what the
the panoply of Israeli cooking. French call salade juive. It is cooked down tomatoes with a
Homemade gefilte fish: splash of peppers and maybe
Until I tasted my mother-in- onions, and served cold with
law’s homemade gefilte fish, at least 11 other salads for
I didn’t like the dish. Now I the beginning of the Sabbath
invite friends to a “gefilte-in” meal. l
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Books: ‘Live a Little’ Lively, ‘Berlin’ Meh

BOOKS they understood them, turn “Moldovan tart,” as she puts changing social norms. check to the anti-Semites in the
JESSE BERNSTEIN | JE STAFF into conversation. Monologues it, are little comic treats that But more than anything itself, Ukraine).
become dialogue. bridge the weightier sections,
‘Live a Little’ and serve the story well. But it’s those damned sentences. Of course, they begin a
Howard Jacobson You know what happens Beryl never fails to come out heated affair, with Lena hold-
Hogarth next. After initial friction, they on top with a perfect zinger to ANDY GOTLIEB | JE MANAGING EDITOR ing the upper hand over the
THERE IS LITTLE that fall in love, and are married. button up the section, typically obsessed Nathan (she contin-
actually happens in the course Shimi and Beryl, who had mocking her caretakers’ home ‘The Berlin Woman’ ues other affairs) and taunts
of Howard Jacobson’s “Live a closed themselves off to the countries, and by the end, it Alan Kaufman her lover.
Little.” idea that they would ever find feels a bit like Snappy Answers Mandel Vilar Press
true lovers in this life, find that to Stupid Questions. The Jewish Exponent receives All this occurs, as per the
For Beryl Dusinberry and they have much left to give dozens of new fiction books press materials, “against the
Shimi Carmelli, two 90-some- each other, more than they had And Jacobson cannot help each month, and many hit terrifying backdrop of a world
thing Londoners, similarly ever imagined possible. It’s a but write the characters that he the discard pile immedi- hurtling towards anti-Semi-
well-versed in the oddities and lovely story. likes as ridiculously fluent in ately because they are far too tism and totalitarianism.”
humiliations that are part and the work of European thinkers formulaic — but even those
parcel of spending so much If the ending was ever in and artists. Debussy! Borodin! that aren’t can be somewhat Uh, yeah, OK.
time on Earth, life has already doubt, this would be a “spoiler.” Holbein! Eliot! It can verge into disappointing. It’s not that “The Berlin
happened (or so they believe). But it is not. self-parody — Beryl names Woman,” is bad; it’s briskly
one of her sons after a char- Consider “The Berlin paced, solidly crafted and
Shimi spends his days read- What makes “Live a Little” acter from Greek mythology, Woman” by Alan Kaufman, certainly holds one’s atten-
ing the fortunes of uninterested worth reading, then, is that the because he was “eaten alive by which tells the tale of Lena tion. It’s just that everything
diners at the Chinese restau- plot is delivered along a track his own mother.” and Nathan (both children of feels familiar, even though
rant he lives above, and Beryl, of perfectly laid sentences, a Holocaust survivors), whose author Alan Kaufman (him-
whose powers of recollection book’s worth of surprising, Regardless. The richness paths cross at a book confer- self the son of a French-Jewish
are fading just as her desire to clever, poignant and downright of “Live a Little” is such that ence. The American Nathan Holocaust survivor) crafts his
use them grows, busies her- beautiful sentences. it begs a reread. For me, at is one of the speakers — he’s tale with edgy language and
self by stitching, writing and least, there will be a time when successful both as a writer topics that might make some
bumping around her stately Shimi’s dying mother’s Shimi’s laments about the need and as a womanizer. Lena is readers uncomfortable.
home, antagonizing her immi- wheelchairs and bedpans are to rearrange social interactions married to a German business- It seems clear that
grant caretakers. the “hardware of infirmity.” In such that a bathroom is never man, but infidelity rules her Kaufman’s aiming for a
a memory, his brother Ephraim too far will read differently. life as does her adoration for millennial audience, but it’s
Shimi is quiet, childless, is “the rascal, the urchin, the Ditto with his and Beryl’s Vladimir Putin (he serves as a less certain whether this tale
lonesome, Jewish, devoted wily schmoozer.” exasperation in the face of will connect with that age
at a soul level to cartomancy group. l
and phrenology and mostly Beryl, when Shimi pleads
Courtesy of healthy which, without much with her to recall the long-
competition, makes him a hot ago drama of her life, says,
commodity among the wid- “You’re asking me to piece
ows of North London; Beryl together what I never
is a firecracker, of uncommon fully grasped because I
wit and bluntness, highly edu- never chose to grasp it.
cated, sustained by irony and Forgetting isn’t always
scarred by a lifetime of dis- involuntary.”
appointing lovers. As far as
she knows, she’s had four sons, This could keep going,
and as far as she’s concerned, but then I’d simply have to
they’re not her concern. transcribe the whole book.

The novel begins by alternat- One gets a sense of
ing between Shimi and Beryl Jacobson’s absolute con-
chapters as Jacobson tallies up trol of his writing. There’s
the indignities particular to not a page of fat, not a
their respective experiences of chapter ending wasted,
aging. They’re brought together nary a line that doesn’t
by a funeral, and as they begin fit snugly into the one
to find the ways in which their that follows. Every con-
lives intersect, so too do their versation is parry and
chapters. The things that were thrust, and ends just when
once the unspoken major plot it should. It’s not unlike
points of their own lives, as reading a stage play.

Occasionally, that
quality works against him.

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Euphoria, her Ugandan
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Prevent Her from Spreading Message Isaiah Zagar shares his perspective on life.
PAGE 20 in a city where so much of him Jeremiah. The monk agreed,
is on display. which is how a nice Jewish boy

art, philosophy and history? mementos of her life. “Did you LIZ SPIKOL | JE STAFF “A lot of people ask that ques- ended up eating supper every
Documented in countless ever think about it? Maybe the tion,” he said. “People want to night at a table next to a bunch
LOCAL JEWISHEXPONENT.COM IT WASN’T HARD to spot artist know how it feels because they of monks and a group of newly

ANDY GOTLIEB | JE MANAGING EDITOR prior newspaper articles, those trees have a soul. Maybe the Isaiah Zagar among the patrons don’t have that situation, and arrived East German nuns who
accomplishments — which trees remember.” outside South Philly’s Black and they think it’s a unique situation. didn’t speak a word of English.
WELL INTO HER 90s, would be impressive if they Allen-Shore seems comfort- Brew, where we met a few weeks But to me, it’s what is. So it While at the monastery,
Holocaust survivor Dr. Lena were the combined efforts of a able everywhere. ago. If his trademark snow-white doesn’t feel different.” he also completed a book about
Allen-Shore has an energy that dozen people — are important, Back in her apartment, the hair and beard hadn’t given him What does feel different is Za- Jesus.
belies her age — and she always but they’re still secondary to years seem to fall away as — WHAT IT MEANS TO BE JEWISH IN PHILADELPHIA — away, his posture — hunched gar’s degree of celebrity, which Zagar said his Judaism has
remains on point with a mes- getting her message across Allen-Shore sits behind a shin- over a drawing pad — served as has increased significantly in the been very influential in his work,
sage as timely now as ever. more than 70 years later. ing white grand piano. The $1.00 confirmation. past few years, due, in part, to In as was that time in Latrobe.

“I will never forget. The She noted that Jews being piano is symbolic to her. We met there on a weekend a Dream, his son Jeremiah’s HBO “Latrobe, Pa., is where Rolling
Holocaust is in me whatever I herded into gas chambers resort- “The first thing the morning, not too far from Zagar’s documentary. That — along with Rock was made,” he pointed out.
do,” she said, pounding a table ed to prayer — but not for pity. Germans took was our piano,” OF NOTE Law Aims to Magic Gardens on South Street, the very public battle to save the “And Rolling Rock was founded
for effect. “The Holocaust can- “They didn’t ask why they she said, noting that her mother an indoor-outdoor art installation Magic Gardens, which was in 1939, the year that I was born.
not be forgotten. The Jews had suffered. If we want to remem- was a pianist who would play in Make Mark in and museum that’s become one of threatened with demolition sev- I have a lot of bottles of Rolling
been killed before, but never ber the Holocaust, we have to their home, while her father, a Philadelphia’s most popular tourist eral years ago — raised Zagar’s Rock in my work, so it all fits in.
like this. remember them praying,” she lawyer and writer, would sing. LGOLOCABAL L destinations and event venues. profile. ISAIAH ZAGAR It’s called predetermination.”
FHielmadElixnaemines NJ Primary
“I believe that God is in me, said. “God was still with them. Allen-Shore’s eyes sparkle as The space has rotating exhibits; “I’ve reached celebrity status,” Photo copyright TexasDex/English Wikipedia After the summer at Wood-

not because I’m special. I am “They were the Jews that she deftly works the keys. Her MHeoaudnltinAeiry Past right now, the exhibit is called he said, “but I have no idea about both as a tool for creation and as anyway so I can say anything I stock, he changed his name from
voice, which varies during reg- AHesatuddleinnet project RACHEL KURLAND “Dear Julia,” and is comprised that except on the rare occasion a showcase for work new and old. wantI love you.” Irwin to Isaiah. When his sons
ular conversation from a whis- JE STAFF mostly of images of Zagar’s wife. where I will come into a room He said the technology meshes Naturally, he gets plenty of re- were born, he named them Jere-
I believe that God is in me, not because per to nearly a shout when she Like so many buildings in and sit down next to somebody, perfectly with his process. sponses. One reads: “But… we miah and Ezekiel.
wants to emphasize a point, is rceovpiyews integration. HE MAY BE young, Philadelphia, Black and Brew’s and we’ll both realize that I’m me “My artistic process for over DO read it :) it is like a puzzle These days, Zagar and his
I’m special. I am nobody, but I feel different gentle and sweet as she sings. Pcaogpey9 but he knows South exterior is covered with Zagar’s and I see goose pimples on their 40 years has been autobiograph- everytime …” wife — who owns the Eyes
when I feel God.” Close your eyes, and you’d copy. Jersey pretty well after mosaic work, a readily identifi- body, which means that which is ical,” he said. “It is autobiograph- “People are trying to decipher Gallery, a South Street institution
think a much younger woman CULTURE 25 years living there. able mix of tile, mirror and pot- celebrity is manifesting in a phys- ical in intent and everyday life.” what I’m saying,” Zagar said. — lead a primarily secular life.
For the upcoming
DR. LENA ALLEN-SHORE is singing. Page 00 tery shards, some painted with ical reaction.” The photos of his new cat, for “They’re using their mental ability But Zagar does refer to being
Learning to Value
She’s using the songs to New Jersey primary words, others with faces. It is Zagar seemed slightly discon- instance, or of him lying on the to take two words that are prob- Jewish from time to time on his
nobody, but I feel different became victims, but at the same make her point. She’s always CHoecakdtlianiles on June 7, 25-year- just one of hundreds of Zagar certed by that fact. grass in the sun, contribute to the ably one word to put them togeth- Instagram captions.
when I feel God.” time, they gave us lessons to making a point. THheeardel’sinmeore to a old progressive Alex ALEX LAW mosaics in the city. They are so “The work that I’ve done has ongoing representation of the self. er into that one word again.” It’s hard to imagine what some-
cocpkytail than just
Allen-Shore may not believe understand each other — and to One would think Allen- Law is campaigning to replace U.S. Rep. L The bonfire to celebrate Lag B’Omer grew slowly but surely under the hot sun at Fifth Street omnipresent, even people who amounted to this moment in Then there are his captions, Textual interpretation is not one unfamiliar with Zagar’s work
she’s special, but she’s led an understand each other means Shore would retain bitterness Donald Norcross in New Jersey’s first con- don’t know his name recognize time where I am he who has which he dictates to Apple’s voice unfamiliar to Zagar, who grew would think if they saw his indi-
and Cecil B. Moore Avenue in Kensington on May 26. Liz Spikol

extraordinary life and touched every human being on the plan- about the Holocaust, but her acolcpoyhol. gressional district. his work. manifested that. But to me, I’m recognition software, Siri. Some- up in Brooklyn in a family of vidual posts without other images
a multitude of people since her et. We cannot divide ourselves. core message is rife with opti- Law grew up in South Jersey, mainly As Zagar sipped his espresso, just a guy who has dirty nails.” times Siri gets his words right; rabbis. They’d originally come for context.
1944 liberation — and more We should try to be together.” mism and working to find the Pcaogpey1.4 Voorhees, though he is a fourth-generation I asked if it was strange to sit in In recent years, Zagar has ex- other times, she mangles them. from Lithuania, where they were “If a stranger finds my Insta-
than 35 years after moving to While interviewing Allen- important things in life. Page 00 a public space so dominated by panded his artistic practice to the He doesn’t correct the mistakes. involved with the Vilna Goan, gram account and goes back from
the Philadelphia area. Shore is an intense experience Pope John Paul II recog- FOOD Music, Bonfire Light UpCollingswood Democrat, where his grand- his own artistic vision, and to live online realm, using Instagram “I allow [the mistakes] because the 18th-century Torah scholar the very beginning, they have a
How many people can claim — and she’s the one tending to nized that. YFOoOuD Say Tomato, it’s part of my artistic process to who became one of the most whole biography,” Zagar said.
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Community / calendar

THURSDAY, DEC. 12 Meet the Author. and a presentation on the flu and THURSDAY, DEC. 12 a.m. Contact the CSS office at 215-
The Shusterman Distinguished Scholar pneumonia by Cigna HealthSpring at 677-1600 for more information and to
Mommy & Me. Lecture presents Pulitzer prize- 12:15 p.m. RSVP by phone at 215-832- Meet the Author. RSVP. 9768 Verree Road, Philadelphia.
Sherrie Turetsky, director of the School winning journalist Debbie Cenziper, 0539. 2100 Arch St., Philadelphia. Joe Kraus will be speak about his
of Early Learning at Old York Road who at Gratz College will discuss her latest book, “The Kosher Capones: Winter Concert.
Temple-Beth Am, will lead a weekly new book “Citizen 865: The Hunt for Breakfast and Parshah. A History of Chicago’s Jewish Ross M. Levy and Chana Rothman
one-hour “Mommy & Me” class at 9:30 Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America.” Rabbi Alexander Coleman will explore Gangsters,” at 7 p.m. at Barnes & will perform a Chanukah rock concert
a.m. For more information, call 215-886- Books will be available for purchase the weekly Torah portion over a Noble. The event is free and open at Main Line Reform Temple.
8000. 971 Old York Road, Abington. and signing. The lecture is free and breakfast of bagels, lox and coffee in to the public and a book signing Free to attend. All are welcome.
open to the public, but registration is this weekly interactive class. 9 a.m. will follow. Copies of the book will 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood.
Torah Study. recommended. For more information, Young Israel of Elkins Park. be available to buy. 2300 Chemical
Study of commentaries found in call 215-635-7300, ext. 155 or email 7715 Montgomery Ave., Elkins Park. Road, Plymouth Meeting. Introduction to Judaism.
the Hertz Chumash, the Etz Hayim [email protected] 7 p.m. This one-time beginner class is
Chumash and the commentaries of 7605 Old York Road, Melrose Park. Torah Study. Nonmembers are welcome. For more designed for those about Judaism,
modern biblical scholars to deepen Rabbi Eric Woodward and Rabbi information, call Gale at 215-331-8194. Jewish spirituality and ethic. All are
our understanding of the first book Substance Use Discussion. Danielle Parmenter will meet in the 104 S. Fifth St., Philadelphia. welcome. Babysitting provided. Free.
of the Bible. Lead by Rabbi Ira Flax. The Barbara and Harvey Brodsky library at Tiferet Bet Israel for study To RSVP, call 610-458-8550 or email
10 a.m. Har Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys Enrichment Center of JFCS at 7 p.m. of the weekly Torah portion. 11 a.m. Tot Shabbat. [email protected] Beth Israel
Ford Road, Penn Valley. will host a certified family recovery 1920 Skippack Pike, Blue Bell. Young Family member and Tiferet Bet Congregation of Chester County.
specialist from Be A Part of the Israel congregant David Kuperstein 11 a.m. 385 Pottstown Pike, Uwchland.
Bible Study. Conversation, and Max Hirsh, a young Kabbalat Shabbat. will lead a Shabbat service featuring
The rabbis at Main Line Reform man in recovery, to talk about how to A welcome Shabbat with Temple singing, storytelling and other Chanukah Hoedown.
Temple will lead an ongoing have a conversation with elementary- Judea of Bucks County’s Friday interactive experiences. The service A vegetarian cowboy meal will be
discussion of the Tanakh over the year. age students children about those evening service. 7 p.m. 38 Rogers will be approximately 40 minutes served. Country line dancing and
Open to all. 11 a.m. 410 Montgomery who struggle with substance use, Road, Furlong. and followed by a bimah adventure square dancing lessons will be
Ave., Wynnewood. and understanding risk factors and to help lead Adon Olam in the main taught with a professional caller. No
protective factors. RSVP at jfcsphilly. Shabbat Service. sanctuary. 11:15 a.m. 1920 Skippack experience necessary. Adath Israel on
Jewish Music Listening Session. org/conversation or call 267-256-2018. Shabbat evening service at Reform Pike, Blue Bell. the Main Line. $10 per adult and $5 per
More than 1,000 phonograph records, 345 Montgomery Ave., Bala Cynwyd. Congregation Keneseth Israel led child age 3-12. Wearing western gear
CDs and tapes are in the collection at by Hazzan David Tilman. 8 p.m. Juniors Shabbat. is encouraged. 12:30 p.m. Adath Israel.
Temple Judea Museum. At 11:30 a.m., Adult Education. 8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park. Family music educator Lisa Ashery will 250 N. Highland Ave., Merion Station.
guest speaker Fran Schwartz will play Congregation Adath Jeshurun’s lead a Shabbat service at Tiferet Bet
recordings of Jewish composers and Rabbi Shai Cherry will explore different SATURDAY, DEC. 14 Israel that will include more Hebrew Genealogy Speaker.
soloists from the classical orchestral Jewish historical periods and themes and be developmentally appropriate Genealogist Miriam Weiner, creator
repertoire from the collection and beginning this fall with the biblical Torah, Bagels and Coffee. for children in grades K-2. Parents are of the Consolidated Eastern European
give insights. Highlighted musicians period and the rabbinic period. The Begin Shabbat morning at Old welcome to drop-off but must remain Archival Database, will lecture on
include Artur Rubinstein, Itzhak program is free and open to the York Road Temple-Beth Am with in the building. The service will end genealogy, focusing on Ukraine
Perlman, Henryk Wieniawski, Fritz community. For more information, call a discussion of the weekly portion with Kiddush and motzi in the main and include anecdotes about
Kreisler, Pinchas Zukerman, George the AJ office at 215-635-6611 or email including bagels and coffee at 9 sanctuary. 11:15 a.m. 1920 Skippack the challenges of navigating the
Gershwin and Oscar Levant. For [email protected] 7:30 p.m. 7763 a.m. followed by a peer-led Shabbat Pike, Blue Bell. complexities of the former Soviet
more information, call 215-887-8700. Old York Road, Elkins Park. service at 10:15 a.m. Casual dress is Union. Weiner was the first Jewish
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel. appropriate and everyone is welcome. SUNDAY, DEC. 15 genealogist to collaborate officially,
8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park. Rabbi’s Thursday Class. For more information, call 215-886- by contract, with the archives in
The Congregations of Shaare 8000. 971 Old York Road, Abington. Chanukah Science.
Torah Study. Shamayim will host Rabbi Reuben An opportunity to explore the science See Calendar, Page 34
Midday Torah study with Rabbi Israel Abraham and his Thursday night Torah Study. behind Chanukah and learn about
Eric Lazar at noon. All are welcome. class. Abraham will teach and share The rabbis of Main Line Reform wax and olive oil and how they
Temple Brith Achim. his passion for Judaism at 8 p.m. Call Temple will lead a discussion on the relate to Chanukah. Snacks provided.
481 S. Gulph Road, King of Prussia. the CSS office at 215-677-1600 for weekly parshah and talk about its Geared to children ages 2-5. For more
more information. 9768 Verree Road, context and history. All are welcome. information, email Lori Rubin at [email protected]
Canasta Open Play. Philadelphia. 9 a.m. 410 Montgomery Ave., 10 a.m.
Canasta walk-in friendly game. Wynnewood. Perelman Jewish Day School Forman
1-3 p.m. Social hall at Ohev Shalom FRIDAY, DEC. 13 Center. 7601 Old York Road, Melrose Park.
of Bucks County. Weekly open play Museum Trip.
for $2. To register, call 215-968-6755. Active Adult Friday. The Mosaic Outdoor Club of Men’s Club Brunch
944 Second Street Pike, Richboro. A full day of activities for active adults Philadelphia will host a trip to the The Men’s Club of Congregations
at KleinLife: Center City. Coffee, tea American Philosophical Society of Shaare Shamayim will host its
Blood Drive. and snacks at 8:30 a.m., chair exercise Museum to view an exhibit of early Paid-Up Membership Brunch at 10
The American Red Cross will host a or current events or Yiddish with Sarita American maps. The group will meet
blood drive at Reform Congregation Gocial at 9:30 a.m., Kabbalat Shabbat at the museum at 11 a.m. Weather
Keneseth Israel from 2-7:30 p.m. service led by Rabbi Beth Janus at permitting, the group will walk to
8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park. 10:30 a.m., kosher lunch at 11:30 a.m. South Street for lunch afterward.


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Calendar menorah, hot chocolate, doughnuts Sisterhood will host its Sylvia C. includes membership to the MBIEE questions. Co ee and Conversation
and treat bags for kids. Dawn Haaz Cohen Book Club. The group will Sisterhood. Contact 215-635-1505 is free and open to the community.
Continued from Page 33 from jkidphilly will be decorating discuss “The Lost Girls of Paris: A or [email protected] for more Adath Israel. 250 N. Highland Ave.,
cookies with the kids. There will be Novel” by Pam Jeno . It’s a story information. 7 p.m. 8339 Old York Merion Station.
the foregoing countries. For more a drawing to win a prize. For more of friendship and courage centered Road, Elkins Park.
information, call 215-338-7920. $5. 1 information, email Becky Bernstein at around three women and a ring of Legal Education Workshop.
p.m. Main Line Reform Temple. 410 rchalfi[email protected] Temple Judea female secret agents during World TUESDAY, DEC. The morning program at 8:45 a.m.
Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood. of Bucks County. 1 p.m. W. State St & War II. For more information, contact is “Protection From Abuse and
N Hamilton St., Doylestown. Sandy Pinsly at 215-635-1505 or Torah Study. Representing Jewish Clients: Community
Doylestown Chanukah. o [email protected] 8 a.m. Rabbi Simcha Raphael will explore Advocate Training” and will provide an
The Chanukah in the Borough MONDAY, DEC. 8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park. ancient biblical myth and end-of-Life overview of the Protection from Abuse
celebration will be an interactive wisdom found in Torah and Midrash. Act, a discussion of domestic violence
celebration that will include a song Sisterhood Book Club. Jewish Museum Roadtrip. This session will focus on Jacob’s in the Jewish community and tips on
session with Rabbi Sigal Brier, a DJ The Melrose B’nai Israel Emanu-El The Congregations of Shaare Deathbed Finale – Family Drama and how to best represent a Jewish clientele.
playing Chanukah music, a human Shamayim’s Rabbi Reuben Israel Trauma at the End of Life. For more The afternoon program at 12:45 p.m.
Abraham will lead an outing to information, call 610-667-5000. is “Blowing the Whistle on Corporate
LEGAL DIRECTORY Annapolis, Maryland, to tour the 10 a.m. Har Zion Temple. Fraud” and will focus primarily on the
Commodore Uriah P. Levy Center and 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley. False Claims Act. Kosher continental
ELDER LAW Attorney Jewish Chapel as well as The National breakfast and lunch included. Doors
AND Museum of American Jewish Military Lunch and Learn. open at 8:15 a.m. For more information,
Margery S. Preddy, Esq. History in Washington, D.C. The cost is Discussion of the parshah of the week. email [email protected] or call 215-
ESTATE PLANNING $35 per person and includes round-trip This session will be led by Rabbi 635-7300, ext. 155. $250. Gratz College.
bus transportation, tours, lunch and Seth Frisch. All are welcome. Noon. 7605 Old York Road, Melrose Park.
Wills Trusts • Estate Planning snacks. The group will depart from Congregation Adath Jeshurun library.
Powers of Attorney • wills the synagogue at 8 a.m. and return at 7763 Old York Road, Elkins Park. Torah Study.
• trusts around 6:30 p.m. Call 215-677-1600 to The rabbis of Main Line Reform Temple
Living Wills • powers of attorney RSVP. 9768 Verree Road, Philadelphia. Lunch and Learn. will lead a discussion on the weekly
Probate Estates • guardianships Discussion of the parshah of the week. parshah and talk about its context and
Czech Monuments Lecture. This session will be led by Rabbi Joel history. All are welcome. 9 a.m.
Protect assets from • Estate Settlements & Probate Rebecca Landau will give a slide Seltzer. All are welcome. Noon. 1801 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood.
nursing home • Advice on Family Inheritance presentation from her 2017 tour of 15 Market St., 17th Floor, Philadelphia.
synagogues, rabbinical houses and Jewish History.
LARRY SCOTT AUERBACH, ESQ. Matters Jewish schools that were restored in Mahjong. Rabbi Reuben Israel Abraham of
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the Czech Republic. Landau is a retired in the Temple Beth Zion-Beth Israel will teach a crash course in Jewish
CPA-PFS, J.D., LL.M.,MBA 610-359-1999 Ext.3 librarian and served as director of Gratz synagogue chapel, to play the game, history. Abraham will share his
1000 Easton Road [email protected] College library. $10. 10:30 a.m. Reform have fun and raise money for tikkun passion for the 4,000 years of Jewish
Abington, PA 19001 Congregation Keneseth Israel. olam. Have you heard of mahjong and history. The cost is $12 per person
Law Offices of 8339 Old York Road, Elkins Park. want to learn to play? Are you new in and Sisterhood members will receive
For consultation call Sand Gibbs, LLP town looking for the game? Have you $2 donor credit. Co ee and cake
215-517-5566 or 3475 West Chester Pike Talmud Study. lived in town and want a new group will be served between 10 a.m. and
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LOUIS B. HIMMELSTEIN To advertise in our 1500 Hagys Ford Road, Penn Valley.
& ASSOCIATES, P.C. Blood Drive. Parshat Hashavua.
Legal Jewish Philosophy Talk. The American Red Cross will host a In this class for those between the
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Directories Study Jewish philosophy with a group blood drive at Old York Road Temple- ages of 45ish and 65ish, Rabbi Shawn
PERSONAL INJURY ONLY of learners who will read and discuss Beth Am from 2-7 p.m. To register, SimonHazani will focus on topics
Call articles on topics of philosophy. This call Arthur Davis at 215-635-3801 or that are relevant today, such as
Free initial consultation. 215-832-0749 year the focus will be on Zionism, Elliot Simmons at 215-677-7328. Visit dealing with aging parents, the loss
Free home & hospital visits. messianism and Jewish radicalism. for more information. of parents, family illness, their health,
1 p.m. Har Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys 971 Old York Road, Abington. adult children and dating. Learn what
Slip and Fall cases Ford Road, Penn Valley. the Torah teaches about people’s
Nursing Home abuse WEDNESDAY, DEC. responsibilities in these areas. 11 a.m.
Mahjong. Har Zion Temple. 1500 Hagys Ford
No fee till recovery Sisterhood of Melrose B’nai Israel Co ee and Conversation. Road, Penn Valley.
Emanu-El hosts a weekly mahjong After morning minyan, enjoy co ee
215-790-9996 game. Open to the entire kehillah. and an open forum for learning at Bereavement Group.
No charge for MBIEE sisterhood 8 a.m. Rabbi Andrew Markowitz For the post-bereaved, held at
1420 Walnut Street, Ste 1000 members. A one-time charge of $36 will teach and answer your Jewish Northeast NORC, from 1-2:30 p.m.
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Bible Study. Adult Education. What’s going on in Jewish Philadelphia?
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discussion of the Tanakh over the year. di erent Jewish historical periods happening at local synagogues, community organizations and venues!
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Properties to be sold by then to any municipal claims Floor, a Schedule of Distribu- PROPERTY Harry Moore, Legions C.P. July 2001-318
JEWELL WILLIAMS tion Thirty (30) Days from the Jr C.P. April Term, 2019 Term, 2018 No. 00836 3045 Disston St 19149
Sheriff on Tuesday, January 7, that the City of Philadelphia date of the sale of Real Estate. No. 01747 $183,434.45 $58,311.63 Phelan 55th wd. (formerly part
2020 at First District Plaza, Distribution will be made in ac- Phelan Hallinan Diamond Hallinan Diamond & of the 35th wd.) 1,801
3801 Market Street, at 9:00 has on the property. Finally, if cordance with the Schedule un- & Jones, LLP Jones, LLP Sq. Ft. OPA#551309500
AM. (EST) less exceptions are filed thereto IMPROVEMENTS:
a balance still remains, a Sher- within ten (10) days thereafter.  2001-303 2001-310 RESIDENTIAL
Conditions of Sheriff’s 4728 Chestnut St 19139 5928 Devon Pl 19138- PROPERTY William
Sale for iff’s Distribution Policy will be The name first appearing 60th wd. 2,805 Sq. Ft. 1510 22nd wd. 1,890 Russell C.P. June
in each notice is that of the de- (land area); 7,200 Sq. Ft. Sq. Ft. OPA#592312400 Term, 2018 No. 00748
JUDICIAL/FORECLO- ordered and the money will be fendant in the writ whose prop- Improved OPA#881145070 IMPROVEMENTS: $119,039.04 KML Law
SURE SALE erty is being sold. All Writs are Subject to Mortgage RESIDENTIAL Group, P.C.
distributed accordingly.  Writs of Executions.  Subject to Rent PROPERTY Darin L.
Ten percent of the highest IMPROVEMENTS: APTS Williams a/k/a Darin 2001-319
bid for each property auctioned No personal checks, drafts The letters C.P., Court of 5-50 UNITS MASONRY Williams C.P. October 409 D. Shawmont Ave
off shall be deposited in certi- Common Pleas; O.C., Orphans’ PNP Real Estate Group Term, 2016 No. 01742 19128 88th wd. 1,208
fied check, attorney’s check or or promises to pay will be Court; Q.S., Court of Quarter LLC C.P. December $244,557.14 Phelan Sq. Ft.; Improvement:
money order with the Sheriff by Sessions; C.C., County Court - Term, 2018 No. 03776 Hallinan Diamond & 349’3-7/8 from Hillside
each bidder when his bid is reg- accepted in lieu of   certified indicate the Court out of which $849,353.42 William F. Jones, LLP BRT#888210921
istered, provided that in no case the writ of execution issues Saldutti, III, Esquire IMPROVEMENTS:
shall less than Six Hundred checks, attorney’s checks or under which the sale is made: 2001-311 RES CONDO 3 STY
Dollars ($600.00) be deposited, S. 1941. 223. means September 2001-304 1811 Widener Pl 19141- MASONRY Linda Marie
otherwise upon failure or re- money orders made payable Term, 1941. 223, the term and 524 E Penn St 19144- 1335 17th wd. 1,503 Smith C.P. August
fusal to make such deposit, the number of the docket entry; 1406 12th wd. 1,163 Sq. Ft. OPA#171193800 Term, 2018 No. 03133
bidder shall lose all benefit of to the Sheriff of Philadelphia the figures following show the Sq. Ft. OPA#121141400 IMPROVEMENTS: $118,631.00 Stern &
his bid and the property may be  amount of debt; and the name IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL Eisenberg, P.C.
offered again and sold unless a County.  following is that of the attorney RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Morris
second bid has been registered, issuing the writ.  DWELLING Patricia John L. Moll C.P. February 2001-320
then, the second highest bidder The Sheriff reserves the C.P. April Term, 2016 No. Term, 2019 No. 02906 3417 Jasper St 19134
will take the property at the Attention is called to the 01357 $98,745.52 RAS $135,694.89 Phelan 45th wd. 1,120 Sq.
highest bid price. right to grant further extensions provisions of Act No.104, ap- Citron, LLC - Robert Hallinan Diamond & Ft. OPA#452363000
proved July 27, 1955, which Crawley, Esq. ID No. Jones, LLP IMPROVEMENTS:
Additionally, where there of time to settle and further requires owners of properties 319712 RESIDENTIAL
is active bidding, the highest which are used, designed or 2001-312 PROPERTY Philip
bidder, and the second high- reserves the right to refuse bids intended to be used by three 2001-305 7034 Tulip St 19135- A. Appenzeller C.P.
est bidder, if any must post or more families, or of com- 4338 Lauriston St 2009 41st wd. 0 Sq. December Term, 2018 No.
the entire amount of the cost from bidders who have failed mercial establishments which 19128 21st wd. Land Ft. OPA#412452705 02173 $15,755.96 Shapiro
of the distribution policy for contain one or more dwelling Area: 2,103 Sq. Ft.; IMPROVEMENTS: & DeNardo, LLC
the property at the time of to enter deposits on their bids, units, to deliver to the buyers of Improvement Area: 1,920 RESIDENTIAL
sale by certified check, attor- such properties a use registra- Sq. Ft. OPA#212145700 PROPERTY Sheila L. 2001-321
ney’s check or money order failed to make settlement, or tion permit at the time of settle- IMPROVEMENTS: Ferguson C.P. May 6026 N 2nd St 19120
with the Sheriff.  The Sheriff ment, under certain terms and RESIDENTIAL Term, 2017 No. 02591 61st wd. 1,514 Sq.
reserves the right to reject make fraudulent bids, or any conditions. Sheriff Sales are not DWELLING Charles $198,663.47 Phelan Ft. OPA#612421800
any certified check, attor- subject to provisions of the said Malloy a/k/a Charles A. Hallinan Diamond & IMPROVEMENTS:
ney’s check or money order other behavior which causes Act and the Sheriff will, there- Malloy; Mary Beth Malloy Jones, LLP RESIDENTIAL
that on its face has an expired fore, not deliver use registration a/k/a Marybeth Malloy PROPERTY Teresa G.
use date and is presented for disruption of the Sheriff Sale. permits in connection with any C.P. January Term, 2018 2001-313 Brooks C.P. January
payment of the deposit. sales conducted by him.  No. 00869 $210,604.89 2804 Fuller St 19152- Term, 2018 No. 03974
Said bidders shall be so refused RAS Citron, LLC - Robert 3103 64th wd. 1,250 $41,641.76 KML Law
The balance of the purchase Very truly yours, Crawley, Esq. ID No. Sq. Ft. OPA#641228200 Group, P.C.
money must be deposited for the sale in which said be- JEWELL WILLIAMS 319712 IMPROVEMENTS:
in  certified check, attorney’s RESIDENTIAL 2001-322
check or money order together havior occurred and for said Sheriff 2001-306 PROPERTY John Sullick 5856 Oxford Ave 19149
with a Deed poll for execution City and County of 421 Ritner St 19148 39th C.P. April Term, 2018 No. 35th wd. 1,131 Sq.
by the highest bidder to the further period of time as the wd. Land Area: 996 Sq. 00660 $174,651.91 Phelan Ft. OPA#352342100
Sheriff at his office within 30 Philadelphia Ft.; Improvements: 1,280 Hallinan Diamond & IMPROVEMENTS:
days from the time of the sale. Sheriff in his discretion shall Sq. Ft. OPA#392191600 Jones, LLP RESIDENTIAL
An extension of time for an ad- www.Officeof IMPROVEMENTS: ROW PROPERTY William J.
ditional 30 days may be granted determine.  Philadelphia 2 STORY MASONRY 2001-314 Seltner, Jr. and Christine
at the discretion of the Sheriff Richard Braude C.P. 1014 N Pallas St Snellbaker C.P. December
upon receipt of written request The Sheriff will not ac- December Term, 2018 No. 19104 6th wd. 882 Sq. Term, 2017 No. 01929
from the buyer requesting the SPECIAL NOTE: All 02803 $68,928.04 Phillip Ft. OPA#062322800 $11,320.62 Shapiro &
same, except when a second knowledge a deed poll to any Sheriff’s Sales are conducted D. Berger, Esq.; Berger IMPROVEMENTS: DeNardo, LLC
bidder has been duly registered. pursuant to the orders of the Law Group, PC RESIDENTIAL
Also, if the first bidder does not individual or entity using an PROPERTY Shawnnette 2001-323
complete settlement with the Courts and Judges of the 2001-307 D.L. Johnson a/k/a 7828 Thouron Ave
Sheriff within the thirty (30) unregistered fictitious name First Judicial District. Only 2238 Greenwich St Shawnnette D. Johnson 19150 50th wd. 1,337
day time limit and a second bid properties that are subject to 19146 36th wd. 1,120 C.P. November Term, 2017 Sq. Ft. OPA#502145300
was registered at the sale, the and may, at his discretion, judgments issued by the First Sq. Ft. OPA#364046100 No. 02580 $65,329.00 IMPROVEMENTS:
second bidder shall be granted Judicial District are listed for Subject to Mortgage KML Law Group, P.C. RESIDENTIAL
the same thirty (30) day time require proof of identity of the sale. By law, the Sheriff’s IMPROVEMENTS: PROPERTY Lutissua
limit to make settlement with RESIDENTIAL 2001-315 Ballard as Administratrix
the Sheriff on his second bid. purchaser or the registration Office cannot decide if a PROPERTY Christen M. 4065 Ford Rd 19131 of the Estate of Horace
Thereafter, the Sheriff shall property can be listed for sale; Landtroop a/k/a Christen 52nd wd. 1,463 Sq. McAllister Deceased,
be at liberty to return the writ of fictitious names. The bid of Landtroop C.P. November Ft. OPA#521411800 Keisha Henderson,
to court. A second bid must be only the District Courts can Term, 2018 No. 00833 IMPROVEMENTS: Anthony McAllister
registered on any property im- an unregistered fictitious name order a property to be sold at $239,137.82 Justin F. RESIDENTIAL as Administrator of
mediately after it is sold. The Kobeski, Esquire; Manley PROPERTY Felecia the Estate of Horace
second bidder must present the shall be forfeited as if the bid- auction. Deas Kochalski LLC Harcum C.P. June McAllister Deceased and
same amount of deposit that the Term, 2013 No. 01251 Derrick Washington C.P.
highest bidder delivers to the der failed to meet the terms of SHERIFF’S SALE 2001-308 $176,926.16 KML Law March Term, 2018 No.
Sheriff at the sale. An extension OF 342 N 52nd St 19139 Group, P.C. 00458 $200,747.79 KML
of time under no circumstances sale.  44th wd. 2,400 Sq. Law Group, P.C.
will be granted or honored by Tuesday, Ft. OPA#441355600 2001-316
the Sheriff whenever a second All bidders are advised to January 7, 2020 Subject to Mortgage 166 Covington Rd 2001-324
bid is registered on a property IMPROVEMENTS: 19120 61st wd. 1,944 1759 N 61st St 19151
at the sale. remain at the sale until after 2001-301 RESIDENTIAL Sq. Ft. OPA#611442800 34th wd. 1,230 Sq.
8346 Michener Ave PROPERTY John Polosky; IMPROVEMENTS: Ft. BRT#342250000
The first bid or opening bid the last property is sold. The 19150 50th wd. 1,682 Hawanatu Konteh; Foday RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS:
on each property shall be set by Sq. Ft. OPA#501135600 Mansaray C.P. May PROPERTY Herbert Frayer RESIDENTIAL Percy
the City of Philadelphia. In no Sheriff reserves the right to IMPROVEMENTS: Term, 2009 No. 00306 C.P. February Term, 2010 R. Banks C.P. May
event will the successful bid- RESIDENTIAL $214,816.70 Meredith H. No. 02163 $165,811.04 Term, 2019 No. 00780
der be allowed to settle on the re-sell any property at any time PROPERTY Barrington Wooters, Esquire; Manley KML Law Group, P.C. $154,918.71 Stern &
property unless all the Sheriff’s Hylton; Phyllis Hylton Deas Kochalski, LLC Eisenberg PC
costs are paid notwithstanding before the end of the sale, upon C.P. April Term, 2017 No. 2001-317
the final bid. 02541 $144,867.58 Phelan 2001-309 1523 N Alden St 19131 2001-325
the successful bidders’ failure Hallinan Diamond & 242 Rubicam St 19120- 4th wd. 1,125 Sq. 1837 E Tioga St a/k/a
The deposit by any bidder Jones, LLP 3317 42nd wd. 1,120 Ft. OPA#043292600 1837 Tioga St 19134
who fails to comply with the to tender the required deposit. Sq. Ft. OPA#422206900 IMPROVEMENTS: 45th wd. 1,200 Sq.
above conditions of sale shall 2001-302 Subject to Mortgage RESIDENTIAL Ft. OPA#452108200
be forfeited and the funds will The Sheriff reserves the right to 8082 Fayette St 19150- IMPROVEMENTS: PROPERTY Jennifer IMPROVEMENTS:
be applied to the Sheriff’s cost, 1228 50th wd. 1,182 RESIDENTIAL Chanthaboun C.P. August RESIDENTIAL
postpone or stay the sale of any Sq. Ft. OPA#502289800 PROPERTY Lorenda D. Term, 2018 No. 01165 PROPERTY Angel Ramos
IMPROVEMENTS: Legions a/k/a Lorenda $47,624.74 KML Law and Ana Maria Ramos
property in which the attorney RESIDENTIAL Group, P.C.

on the writ has not appeared

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 find 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 file in his

office, The Land Title Building,

100 South Broad Street, 5th




C.P. May Term, 2016 No. Unknown Heirs of Rhonda Ft. OPA#172047400 2001-350 2001-357 Hallinan Diamond &
01474 $65,905.68 KML Montgomery Deceased IMPROVEMENTS: 4736 Baltimore Ave 6637 Torresdale Ave Jones, LLP
Law Group, P.C. C.P. February Term, 2019 RESIDENTIAL 19143 46th wd. 2,845 19135 41st wd. 2,115
No. 00633 $170,205.91 PROPERTY Erica Sq. Ft. BRT#461092800 Sq. Ft. OPA#411324400 2001-365
2001-326 KML Law Group, P.C. J. George C.P. April IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS: 910 Hoffnagle St 19111-
1227 N 30th St 19121 Term, 2019 No. 04066 RESIDENTIAL Renee B. RESIDENTIAL 1437 63rd wd. 2,286
29th wd. 802 Sq. 2001-334 $136,485.20 KML Law Ricks and Arthur Ricks, PROPERTY Jose Santiago Sq. Ft. OPA#631384700
Ft. OPA#292283800 7661 Brentwood Rd Group, P.C. III C.P. September Term, C.P. December Term, 2018 IMPROVEMENTS:
IMPROVEMENTS: 19151 34th wd. 1,386 2018 No. 03364 $60,227.03 No. 00085 $156,945.59 RESIDENTIAL
RESIDENTIAL Sq. Ft. OPA#343234300 2001-343 Stern & Eisenberg, P.C. Justin F. Kobeski, Esquire; PROPERTY Miguel
PROPERTY Kathleen V. IMPROVEMENTS: 5814 Ashland Ave 19143- Manley Deas Kochalski A. Martinez C.P. July
Campbell a/k/a Kathleen RESIDENTIAL 3916 3rd wd. 1,500 Sq. 2001-351 LLC Term, 2019 No. 00594
Campbell C.P. July PROPERTY Deon A. Ft. OPA#034044200 33 S 53rd St 19139 $315,984.18 Phelan
Term, 2019 No. 01639 Paylor C.P. October IMPROVEMENTS: 60th wd. 1,135 Sq. 2001-358 Hallinan Diamond &
$149,426.96 KML Law Term, 2017 No. 01446 RESIDENTIAL Ft. BRT#602189900 818 E. Hortter St 19119 Jones, LLP
Group, P.C. $155,888.43 KML Law PROPERTY Colleen Lucas IMPROVEMENTS: 22nd wd. Land: 3,109
Group, P.C. C.P. July Term, 2018 No. RESIDENTIAL Abraham Sq. Ft.; Improvement: 2001-366
2001-327 03967 $73,360.03 Phelan O. Ituah C.P. February 1,600 Sq. Ft.; Total: 3,109 1531 Womrath St 19124-
2556 E Ann St 19134 2001-335 Hallinan Diamond & Term, 2019 No. 02403 Sq. Ft. OPA#221172800 4550 23rd wd. 1,615
25th wd. 1,699 Sq. 2006 E Huntingdon St Jones, LLP $42,024.14 Stern & IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. OPA#232012300
Ft. OPA#251063000 19125 31st wd. 1,149 Eisenberg, P.C. RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS:
IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. OPA#314133300 2001-344 PROPERTY Marla S. Davis RESIDENTIAL
RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: 2901 S Robinson 2001-352 C.P. July Term, 2019 No. PROPERTY Jason
PROPERTY Thomas RESIDENTIAL St 19142-3417 40th 2527 S 15th St 19145 00626 $174,706.32 Richard Robinson C.P. June
Convery a/k/a Thomas J. PROPERTY Raymond wd. 1,216 Sq. Ft. 26th wd. Land: 960 Sq. M. Squire & Associates, Term, 2019 No. 07348
Convery a/k/a Thomas J. Nickolas Brozek a/k/a OPA#402090600 Ft.; Improvement: 1,448 LLC $81,550.55 Phelan
Convery, III and Tracy L. Raymond N. Brozek C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. OPA#261151400 Hallinan Diamond &
Convery C.P. February March Term, 2019 No. RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: 2001-359 Jones, LLP
Term, 2013 No. 02104 02408 $343,467.58 KML PROPERTY Kyha RESIDENTIAL REAL 1822 W Moyamensing
$160,456.23 KML Law Law Group, P.C. Williams C.P. December ESTATE Nancy Braun C.P. Ave 19145 26th wd. 1,120 2001-367
Group, P.C. Term, 2017 No. 04068 January Term, 2019 No. Sq. Ft. OPA#262322400 321 Stanwood St 19111
2001-336 $145,012.00 Phelan 002712 $156,049.43 Stern IMPROVEMENTS: 63rd wd. 3,867 Sq. Ft.;
2001-328 1149 N 65th St 19151 Hallinan Diamond & & Eisenberg PC RESIDENTIAL Alison Improvements: 1,727
1500 Kinsdale St 34th wd. 1,360 Sq. Jones, LLP Ferrante a/k/a Alison Sq. Ft. OPA#631327600
19126 10th wd. 960 Sq. Ft. OPA#344302000 2001-353 D. Ferrante; Michael IMPROVEMENTS:
Ft. OPA#101226700 IMPROVEMENTS: 2001-345 4351 N 4th St 19140 C. Ferrante C.P. June S/D W/D GAR 1 STY
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL 2415 S Clarion St 19148- 7th wd. 954 Sq. Ft. Term, 2018 No. 03822 MASONRY Joseph M
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY James 3511 39th wd. 1,040 OPA#072144300 $231,548.20 Robert McKeever C.P. June
PROPERTY James Nicholson C.P. November Sq. Ft. OPA#394445100 IMPROVEMENTS: Crawley Term, 2019 No. 07321
Cartwright C.P. May Term, 2018 No. 02527 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL $40,902.63 Robert
Term, 2018 No. 01598 $103,251.88 KML Law RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Mark Reynolds 2001-360 Crawley
$123,985.66 KML Law Group, P.C. PROPERTY Thomas K. C.P. July Term, 2019 No. 3215 Brookdale Rd 19114-
Group, P.C. Masi a/k/a Thomas Masi 03561 $55,827.79 Shapiro 3517 57th wd. Land: 8,450 2001-368
2001-337 C.P. August Term, 2019 & DeNardo, LLC Sq. Ft.; Improvement: 5042 Gainor Rd 19131-
2001-329 421 Knorr St 19111 No. 01814 $11,649.14 1,584 Sq. Ft.; Total: 8,450 3306 52nd wd. 1,536
5929 Media St 19151 35th wd. 2,500 Sq. Phelan Hallinan Diamond 2001-354 Sq. Ft. OPA#572111100 Sq. Ft. OPA#521158600
34th wd. 1,050 Sq. Ft. OPA#353147000 & Jones, LLP 1050 Granite St 19124 IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS:
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL 2001-346 Ft. OPA#234181300 PROPERTY Carole A. PROPERTY Pierrette Nix-
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Delilah A. 9527 Frankford Ave IMPROVEMENTS: Tustin C.P. July Term, 2019 Pearson a/k/a Pierrette V.
PROPERTY Garey Powell, Bhagwat and Joseph Uriah 19114-2812 65th RESIDENTIAL No. 00642 $185,453.79 Nix Pearson C.P. October
as Administrator of the Bhagwat C.P. September wd. 2,216 Sq. Ft. PROPERTY Bernard S. Richard M. Squire & Term, 2016 No. 04596
Estate of Ruth Issac Term, 2018 No. 01363 OPA#652201810 Gray and Jamie Zorrilla- Associates, LLC $110,088.88 Phelan
Deceased C.P. September $144,668.16 KML Law IMPROVEMENTS: Gray C.P. February Hallinan Diamond &
Term, 2018 No. 00871 Group, P.C. RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 01754 2001-361 Jones, LLP
$88,302.24 KML Law PROPERTY Debbie $199,145.17 KML Law 614 E Wyoming Ave
Group, P.C. 2001-338 Tillery C.P. December Group, P.C. 19120 42nd wd. 1,760 2001-369
1818 Church St 19124 Term, 2018 No. 01416 Sq. Ft. OPA#421052600 5762 Haddington St
2001-330 23rd wd. 1,580 Sq. $335,564.40 Phelan 2001-355 IMPROVEMENTS: a/k/a 5762 Haddington
1969 Lardner St 19149 Ft. OPA#232041900 Hallinan Diamond & 3020 N 25th St 19132 RESIDENTIAL Ln 19131 4th wd. 1,252
62nd wd. (formerly part IMPROVEMENTS: Jones, LLP 38th wd. 905 Sq. Ft.; PROPERTY Jason Blaine, Sq. Ft. OPA#043225000
of the 35th wd.) 3,039 RESIDENTIAL Improvements: 1,197 a/k/a Jason R. Blaine C.P. IMPROVEMENTS:
Sq. Ft. OPA#621178900 PROPERTY Elizabeth 2001-347 Sq. Ft. OPA#381066600 September Term, 2018 No. RESIDENTIAL
IMPROVEMENTS: Vargas C.P. June 4410 Carwithan St IMPROVEMENTS: ROW 2 00490 $85,104.83 Cristina PROPERTY Betty Davis
RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 07218 a/k/a 4410 Carwithan STY MASONRY Unknown L. Connor, Esquire; Manley C.P. June Term, 2018 No.
PROPERTY Amneris $76,640.04 KML Law Rd 19136-1409 65th heirs, successors, assigns, Deas Kochalski, LLC 03168 $76,194.74 Shapiro
Rosado C.P. June Group, P.C. wd. 1,152 Sq. Ft. and all persons, firms, or & DeNardo, LLC
Term, 2018 No. 02967 OPA#652114600 associations claiming right, 2001-362
$134,290.02 KML Law 2001-339 IMPROVEMENTS: title, or interest from or 12501 Fedor Rd 19154 2001-370
Group, P.C. 521 Robbins St 19111 RESIDENTIAL under Fannie Mae Latane, 66th wd. 2,000 Sq. 5803 Anderson St 19138-
35th wd. 3,111 Sq. PROPERTY Lillian Deceased; Margaret Harris Ft. OPA#663165600 1801 59th wd. 1,775
2001-331 Ft. OPA#353029600 Gentekos; James W. a/k/a Margie Harris, in Her IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. OPA#591215600
565 E Carver St 19120 IMPROVEMENTS: Gentekos, Jr C.P. January Capacity as Heir of, Fannie RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS:
35th wd. 1,058 Sq. RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 03284 Mae Latane, Deceased; PROPERTY Anthony RESIDENTIAL
Ft. OPA#351248100 PROPERTY Catisha $138,176.43 Phelan Richard Latane Jr, in His Donahue; Nicholle DWELLING Estate of
IMPROVEMENTS: Blue C.P. September Hallinan Diamond & Capacity as Heir of, Fannie Donahue C.P. May Karen E. Vereen a/k/a
RESIDENTIAL Term, 2018 No. 02396 Jones, LLP Mae Latane, Deceased; Term, 2019 No. 01684 Karen Emma Green
PROPERTY Ronald $212,305.23 KML Law Denise Latane, in Her $185,446.35 Justin F. Vereen a/k/a Karen Green
Bogush C.P. June Group, P.C. 2001-348 Capacity as Heir of Fannie Kobeski, Esquire; Manley c/o Nancy Bellamy,
Term, 2019 No. 06865 4016 Lyman Dr 19114 Mae Latane, Deceased; Deas Kochalski LLC Personal Representative;
$52,283.46 KML Law 2001-340 65th wd. 1,800 Sq. Mary Dobson, in Her Nancy Bellamy, Personal
Group, P.C. 1712 N 19th St 19121 Ft. OPA#652490900 Capacity as Heir of Fannie 2001-363 Representative of the
47th wd. 2,845 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: Mae Latane, Deceased C.P. 4009 N Twelfth St a/k/a Estate of Karen E. Vereen
2001-332 Ft. OPA#472097512 RESIDENTIAL August Term, 2018 No. 4009 N 12th St 19140- a/k/a Karen Emma Green
2750 Buckius St 19137 IMPROVEMENTS: PROPERTY Marybeth 00078 $47,665.36 Robert 2101 43rd wd. 1,440 Vereen a/k/a Karen
45th wd. 2,768 Sq. RESIDENTIAL Walters and Michael Crawley Sq. Ft. OPA#433160900 Green; Unknown heirs,
Ft. OPA#453104900 PROPERTY Judy Vereen Walters C.P. March IMPROVEMENTS: successors, assigns, and
IMPROVEMENTS: Bey C.P. June Term, 2018 Term, 2019 No. 00630 2001-356 RESIDENTIAL all persons, firms, or
RESIDENTIAL No. 00433 $97,703.92 $171,893.92 Shapiro & 2341 E. Somerset St 19134 PROPERTY Hamond associations claiming
PROPERTY Eileen Busler KML Law Group, P.C. DeNardo, LLC 25th wd. Land: 1,173 Hawkins C.P. November right, title, or interest
C.P. October Term, 2018 Sq. Ft.; Improvement: Term, 2018 No. 02434 from or under Karen E.
No. 00998 $122,407.92 2001-341 2001-349 1,504 Sq. Ft.; Total: 1,504 $34,744.28 Phelan Hallinan Vereen a/k/a Karen Emma
KML Law Group, P.C. 7336 Chelwynde Ave 2051 S 68th St 19142- Sq. Ft. OPA#251011100 Diamond & Jones, LLP Green Vereen a/k/a Karen
19153 40th wd. 1,120 1628 40th wd. 1,170 IMPROVEMENTS: Green C.P. November
2001-333 Sq. Ft. OPA#404318800 Sq. Ft. OPA#403068800 RESIDENTIAL 2001-364 Term, 2017 No. 02024
6141 Old York Rd IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS: PROPERTY Kenyatte R. 6810 N Broad St 19126- $84,321.50 RAS Citron,
19141 17th wd. 9,041 RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL Mack a/k/a Kennyatta 2801 10th wd. 2,492 LLC - Robert Crawley,
Sq. Ft. OPA#172016911 PROPERTY Tiffany PROPERTY Mabel R. Mack and Keisha M. Sq. Ft. OPA#101002700 Esq. ID No. 319712
IMPROVEMENTS: C. Chism C.P. January Verdier; James Verdier Mack and United States IMPROVEMENTS:
RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 02418 C.P. September Term, of America C.P. March RESIDENTIAL 2001-371
PROPERTY Seqouia $78,479.26 KML Law 2016 No. 00220 Term, 2018 No. 00768 PROPERTY Tiffany 5100 Overbrook Ave
Montgomery Solely in Group, P.C. $69,357.12 Phelan $116,006.67 Richard M. Dudley C.P. May 19131 52nd wd. 11,250
Her Capacity as Heir Hallinan Diamond & Squire & Associates, LLC Term, 2019 No. 01820 Sq. Ft. OPA#521204600
of Rhonda Montgomery 2001-342 Jones, LLP $167,586.31 Phelan IMPROVEMENTS:
Deceased and The 5343 N 15th St 19141
17th wd. 1,170 Sq.




RESIDENTIAL Bormann, Known Heir Heir of Bolestaw L. Psut, Morton, individually and 2019 No. 05032 $96,818.07 Deceased; Unknown heirs,
PROPERTY Shirley Jones of Rolf G. Bormann, Deceased, Benjamin Psut in His Capacity as heir of Phelan Hallinan Diamond successors, assigns, and
A. Shakur a/k/a Shirley Deceased, Stacy Shazes, Solely in His Capacity as Mabel Harris; Unknown & Jones, LLP all persons, firms, or
Jones-Shakur, Individually Known Heir of Rolf Heir of Bolestaw L. Psut, heirs, successors, assigns, associations claiming right,
and as Adminstratrix G. Bormann, deceased, Deceased, Jessica Psut and all persons, firms, or 2001-396 title, or interest from or
of the Estate of Khairi Michael Bormann, Known Solely in Her Capacity as associations claiming right, 629 E Westmoreland under Cosmo D. Pitter a/k/a
Shakur a/k/a Gary Bredell Heir of Rolf G. Bormann, Heir of Bolestaw L. Psut, title, or interest from or St 19134 33rd wd. 923 Cosmo Pitter, Deceased
Black a/k/a Imam Khairi deceased, Christopher Deceased and Joseph Psut under Mabel Harris C.P. Sq. Ft. OPA#331103500 C.P. July Term, 2019 No.
Abdus Shakur, deceased Bormann, Known Heir Solely in His Capacity as March Term, 2017 No. IMPROVEMENTS: 03581 $77,810.54 Phelan
C.P. January Term, 2016 of Rolf G. Bormann, Heir of Bolestaw L. Psut, 02711 $92,626.81 RAS RESIDENTIAL Hallinan Diamond & Jones,
No. 00033 $390,356.23 deceased and Unknown Deceased C.P. November Citron, LLC - Robert PROPERTY Cynthia Rivers LLP
Shapiro & DeNardo, LLC heirs, successors, assigns, Term, 2015 No. 02582 Crawley, Esq. ID No. C.P. September Term, 2018
and all persons, firms, $107,390.57 KML Law 319712 No. 00076 $74,076.32 2001-404
2001-372 or associations claiming Group, P.C. KML Law Group, P.C. 30 Bonnie Gellman Ct,
6923 Garman St 19142 right, title or under Rolf 2001-389 #B30 19114 57th wd. 1,486
40th wd. 1,050 Sq. G. Bormann, deceased 2001-383 5325 Wingohocking Terr 2001-397 Sq. Ft. OPA#888570260
Ft. OPA#406263100 C.P. April Term, 2019 No. 5610 Diamond St 19131 19144-5831 12th wd. 1,148 703 Marwood Rd East IMPROVEMENTS:
IMPROVEMENTS: 04569 $55,384.31 Shapiro 52nd wd. 1,833 Sq. Sq. Ft. OPA#122187800 a/k/a 703 Marwood Rd CONDOMINIUM Tanya
RESIDENTIAL & DeNardo, LLC Ft. OPA#522089000 IMPROVEMENTS: 19120 42nd wd. 1,631 Edwards and Jesse
PROPERTY Sherre Smith IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL Sq. Ft. OPA#421227000 R. Edwards C.P. June
C.P. February Term, 2018 2001-379 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Winston IMPROVEMENTS: Term, 2019 No. 06867
No. 02620 $94,864.56 4800 Convent Ln 19114 PROPERTY Deanna Weedon C.P. April Term, RESIDENTIAL $205,406.68 KML Law
Shapiro & DeNardo, LLC 65th wd. 13,505 Sq. J. Davis C.P. February 2019 No. 00339 $60,209.59 PROPERTY Alicia Jordan Group, P.C.
Ft. OPA#652168910 Term, 2019 No. 00650 Phelan Hallinan Diamond C.P. June Term, 2019 No.
2001-373 IMPROVEMENTS: $100,088.72 Shapiro & & Jones, LLP 05509 $52,992.77 KML 2001-405
7516 Montour St 19111 RESIDENTIAL DeNardo, LLC Law Group, P.C. 4903 N Marvine St
56th wd. 6,329 Sq. PROPERTY Elizabeth A. 2001-390 19141 49th wd. 2,058
Ft. OPA#561055200 Hoyer as Executrix of the 2001-384 1171 S Darien St 19147- 2001-398 Sq. Ft. OPA#491424800
Subject to Mortgage Estate of George Lynch 1445 E Lycoming St 5136 2nd wd. 1,176 Sq. 5914 N Warnock St IMPROVEMENTS:
IMPROVEMENTS: a/k/a George Thomas 19124 33rd wd. 1,140 Ft. OPA#021516800 19141 49th wd. 2,520 RESIDENTIAL
RESIDENTIAL Lynch, Deceased C.P. Sq. Ft. OPA#332064900 IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. OPA#492220700 PROPERTY Joan P.
PROPERTY Kellie Hart, April Term, 2019 No. IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: Mitchell C.P. January
a/k/a Kellie A. Hart; 04067 $257,710.10 KML RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Lawrence RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 00883
Nicholas Hart, a/k/a Law Group, P.C. PROPERTY Keisha J. Rao, Jr C.P. June PROPERTY Alphonso $129,567.42 KML Law
Nicholas E. Hart C.P. May L. Rivera C.P. August Term, 2015 No. 03452 W Mears a/k/a Alphonso Group, P.C.
Term, 2019 No. 01629 2001-380 Term, 2019 No. 02328 $389,067.88 Phelan Mears C.P. December Term,
$15,680.04 Cristina L. 1544 S Stillman St $156,369.24 Shapiro & Hallinan Diamond & Jones, 2017 No. 00568 $92,165.17 2001-406
Connor, Esquire; Manley 19146 36th wd. 616 Sq. DeNardo, LLC LLP KML Law Group, P.C. 4201 Vista St 19136
Deas Kochalski, LLC Ft. OPA#364201000 41st wd. 1,027 Sq.
Subject to Mortgage 2001-385 2001-391 2001-399 Ft. OPA#412203600
2001-374 IMPROVEMENTS: 3642 N Percy St 19140 6611 W Girard Ave 2053 Devereaux Ave IMPROVEMENTS:
1115 W Chelten Ave RESIDENTIAL 43rd wd. 1,174 Sq. 19151-3604 34th wd. 1,404 a/k/a 2053 Devereaux St RESIDENTIAL
a/k/a 1115 Chelten Ave DWELLING Elwood Ft. OPA#432121800 Sq. Ft. OPA#343034900 19149 62nd wd. 2,588 PROPERTY Kimberly D.
19126 49th wd. 5,022 Calhoun, in His Capacity Subject to Mortgage IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. OPA#621234900 McDevitt C.P. December
Sq. Ft. OPA#493059000 as Heir of Margaret IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: Term, 2018 No. 03866
RESIDENTIAL Calhoun, in His Capacity PROPERTY Jason Moore C.P. July Term, 2019 PROPERTY Colleen Group, P.C.
PROPERTY Diana W. as Heir of Margaret Colon C.P. September No. 01885 $107,981.53 Dauber C.P. April Term,
Campbell C.P. June Calhoun; Shirley Calhoun, Term, 2016 No. 02217 Phelan Hallinan Diamond 2017 No. 00595 $66,993.55 2001-407
Term, 2018 No. 01699 in Her Capacity as Heir $42,256.31 Justin F. & Jones, LLP KML Law Group, P.C. 6430 1/2 Tulip St 19135
$127,026.10 Cristina L. of Margaret Calhoun; Kobeski, Esquire; Manley 41st wd. 1,399 Sq.
Connor, Esquire; Manley Elizabeth Calhoun Hayes, Deas Kochalski LLC 2001-392 2001-400 Ft. OPA#411430700
Deas Kochalski, LLC in Her Capacity as Heir 4233 Fairdale Ave a/k/a 9620 Convent Ave IMPROVEMENTS:
of Margaret Calhoun; 2001-386 4233 Fairdale Rd 19154- 19114 57th wd. 3,441 RESIDENTIAL
2001-375 Andre Calhoun, in 8930 Revere St 19152 3703 66th wd. 1,296 Sq. Ft. OPA#572216900 PROPERTY Janine
540 E Wyoming Ave His Capacity as Heir 57th wd. 3,374 Sq. Sq. Ft. OPA#662581400 IMPROVEMENTS: Cancelliere C.P. March
19120 42nd wd. 1,440 of Margaret Calhoun; Ft. OPA#571211400 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 03373
Sq. Ft. OPA#421051000 Terrence Calhoun, in IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Kevin Sherman $107,291.17 Justin F.
IMPROVEMENTS: His Capacity as Heir RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Thomas C.P. February Term, 2019 Kobeski, Esquire; Manley
RESIDENTIAL of Margaret Calhoun; PROPERTY Rebecca Litman C.P. July No. 01751 $226,339.94 Deas Kochalski LLC
PROPERTY Erick E. Jacqueline Calhoun, in Tapan a/k/a Rebecca C. Term, 2019 No. 00091 KML Law Group, P.C.
Juarez-Mendez, a/k/a Her Capacity as Heir of Tapan; Liza Tapan a/k/a $147,469.52 Phelan 2001-408
Erick E. Juarez C.P. Margaret Calhoun; Shalise Liza C. Tapan a/k/a Liza Hallinan Diamond & Jones, 2001-401 621 E Clearfield St
December Term, 2018 No. Calhoun, in Her Capacity T. Convento C.P. May LLP 2601 S Jessup St 19148- 19134 33rd wd. 1,276
02981 $27,496.50 Justin as Heir of Margaret Term, 2018 No. 02944 4413 39th wd. 1,456 Sq. Ft. OPA#331005700
F. Kobeski, Esquire; Calhoun; Unknown heirs, $214,898.69 Cristina L. 2001-393 Sq. Ft. OPA#394199122 IMPROVEMENTS:
Manley Deas Kochalski successors, assigns, and Connor, Esquire; Manley 1700 Christian St 19146 IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL
LLC all persons, firms, or Deas Kochalski, LLC 30th wd. Land Area: 816 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Gerard A.
associations claiming Sq. Ft.; Improvement PROPERTY Giovanni Merz, a/k/a Gerard A.
2001-376 right, title, or interest 2001-387 Area: 2,388 Sq. Ft. Martino; Emilia Martino Merz, Jr. C.P. June Term,
5938 N 11th St 19141 from or under Margaret 9849 Haldeman Ave 19115 OPA#30-1189200 C.P. July Term, 2019 No. 2018 No. 00164 $12,744.93
49th wd. 6,720 Sq. Calhoun C.P. December 58th wd. 2,936 Sq. Ft.; Subject to Mortgage 02027 $87,284.13 Phelan Cristina L. Connor,
Ft. OPA#493076300 Term, 2018 No. 02482 Improvements: 1,200 IMPROVEMENTS: Hallinan Diamond & Jones, Esquire; Manley Deas
IMPROVEMENTS: $63,615.12 RAS Citron, Sq. Ft. OPA#581345800 COMMERCIAL LLP Kochalski, LLC
PROPERTY Marquita Esq., ID No. 319712 W/B GAR 1 STY FRAME Developers, LLC C.P. 2001-402 2001-409
McCarter C.P. January Unknown heirs, successors, March Term, 2017 No. 6247 Gardenia St 19144- 5707 Leonard St 19149
Term, 2012 No. 00714 2001-381 assigns, and all persons, 02437 $469,825.25 plus 1608 59th wd. 1,472 62nd wd. 1,220 Sq.
$160,806.59 Meredith H. 3825 Arendell Ave firms, or associations interest of $51.73 per Sq. Ft. OPA#592225100 Ft. OPA#621515600
Wooters, Esquire; Manley 19114 57th wd. 3,796 claiming right, title, or diem from 9/25/19 to and IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS:
Deas Kochalski, LLC Sq. Ft. OPA#57-2143700 interest from or under Ria inc. 10/14/19 Andrew W. RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL
IMPROVEMENTS: Dora Segalow a/k/a Dora Bonekemper, Esquire PROPERTY Dolores PROPERTY Beth A.
2001-377 RESIDENTIAL Segalow; Pola Michaels, Johnson, in Her Capacity as Stieffenhofer, a/k/a
610 N 64th St 19151 PROPERTY Sharon V. Known Heir of Ria Dora 2001-394 Heir of Dolores T. Johnson, Beth Stieffenhofer C.P.
34th wd. 2,500 Sq. Woods C.P. December Segalow a/k/a Dora 2716 W Cheltenham Ave Deceased; Unknown heirs, December Term, 2018 No.
Ft. OPA#344245400 Term, 2014 No. 00597 Segalow; Ricky Segalow, 19150-1312 50th wd. 1,560 successors, assigns, and 00082 $80,723.95 Meredith
Subject to Mortgage $205,737.25 Shapiro & Known Heir of Ria Dora Sq. Ft. OPA#501274000 all persons, firms, or H. Wooters, Esquire;
IMPROVEMENTS: DeNardo, LLC Segalow a/k/a Dora IMPROVEMENTS: associations claiming right, Manley Deas Kochalski,
RESIDENTIAL Segalow; Ria Dora Segalow RESIDENTIAL title, or interest from or LLC
PROPERTY Monica E. 2001-382 a/k/a Dora Segalow, PROPERTY Robert under Dolores T. Johnson,
Hearst, a/k/a Monica 3272 Webb St 19134 Last Record Owner C.P. L. Williams C.P. May Deceased C.P. June Term, 2001-410
Hearst C.P. January 45th wd. 656 Sq. September Term, 2014 No. Term, 2019 No. 09277 2019 No. 06844 $25,807.20 4931 Duffield St 19124
Term, 2015 No. 00530 Ft. OPA#451228600 03075 $207,518.31 Robert $103,860.39 Phelan Phelan Hallinan Diamond 23rd wd. 1,908 Sq. Ft.;
$151,542.47 Justin F. IMPROVEMENTS: Crawley Hallinan Diamond & Jones, & Jones, LLP Improvements: 2,590
Kobeski, Esquire; Manley RESIDENTIAL LLP Sq. Ft. OPA#232278200
Deas Kochalski LLC PROPERTY Cynthia 2001-388 2001-403 IMPROVEMENTS: SEMI/
Hancock, Solely in 6549 N. Gratz St n/k/a 2001-395 154 W Ashdale St 19120 DET 2 STY MASONRY
2001-378 His Capacity as Heir 6549 N. Gratz St 19138 941 Granite St 19124- 42nd wd. 1,152 Sq. John D. Wilson; Helene M.
2705 S Beulah St 19148 of Bolestaw L. Psut, n/k/a 19126 50th wd. 1,440 1730 35th wd. 1,104 Ft. OPA#422171700 Wilson C.P. April Term,
39th wd. 1,059 Sq. Deceased, Susan McGuork Sq. Ft. OPA#172293500 Sq. Ft. OPA#351142000 IMPROVEMENTS: 2019 No. 04795 $12,961.55
Ft. OPA#395201700 Solely in Her Capacity as IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL Robert Crawley
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING Timothy PROPERTY Joanne Pitter, in Her Capacity 2001-411
PROPERTY Carol Bradley C.P. June Term, as Heir of Cosmo D. 2856 Nautilus Rd 19154-
Pitter a/k/a Cosmo Pitter, 1608 66th wd. 1,680




Sq. Ft. OPA#662520800 IMPROVEMENTS: ROW PROPERTY Harold Ft. BRT#152345500 RESIDENTIAL Hallinan Diamond &
RESIDENTIAL Keith M. Woodson a/k/a Term, 2018 No. 05107 2 STY MASONRY Karen Hall, a/k/a Kristine M.
PROPERTY Kelliann Keith Woodson and $20,542.87 KML Law T. Robinson a/k/a Karen Depaul in Her Capacity 2001-447
Smithers C.P. December Lakeisha S. Adkins C.P. Group, P.C. Robinson C.P. March Term, as Heir of Robert Depaul, 419 Cobbs Creek Pkwy
Term, 2018 No. 00455 October Term, 2014 2019 No. 00074 $78,722.65 Deceased and Khristian 19143 3rd wd. Land
$175,909.15 Phelan No. 00433 $161,760.15 2001-428 Stern & Eisenberg, P.C. Hall in His Capacity as Area: 1,360 Sq. Ft.;
Hallinan Diamond & Milstead & Associates, 6025 Reach St 19111- Heir of Robert Depaul, Improvement Area: 2,074
Jones, LLP LLC 5910 35th wd. 1,224 2001-436 Deceased and Robert Sq. Ft. OPA#032253100
Sq. Ft. OPA#352244500 4437 Loring St 19136 Depaul in His Capacity IMPROVEMENTS:
2001-412 2001-420 IMPROVEMENTS: 41st wd. Land: 975 Sq. as Heir of Robert Depaul, RESIDENTIAL
2918 S Broad St 19145 2917 S 67th St 19142 RESIDENTIAL Ft.; Improvement: 1,072 Deceased, and Sofia DWELLING Michele
26th wd. 1,553 Sq. 40th wd. 3,180 Sq. PROPERTY Thomas Sq. Ft. OPA#412184200 Depaul in Her Capacity Borum C.P. May
Ft. OPA#261086100 Ft. BRT#406615800 W. Redmond, Jr C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: as Heir of Robert Depaul, Term, 2011 No. 00371
IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS: August Term, 2018 No. RESIDENTIAL REAL Deceased and Anthony $70,771.65 RAS Citron,
RESIDENTIAL RESIDENTIAL REAL 02542 $99,494.20 Phelan ESTATE Karen Kenny Depaul in His Capacity LLC - Robert Crawley,
DWELLING Daniel A. ESTATE Thomas G. Hallinan Diamond & C.P. June Term, 2019 No. as Heir of Robert Depaul, Esq. ID No. 319712
Leonard a/k/a Daniel A. McGill Tappeh and Jones, LLP 007437 $114,944.29 Stern Deceased and Unknown
Leonard, Jr. a/k/a Daniel Gweh Nementobor a/k/a & Eisenberg PC heirs, successors, assigns, 2001-448
Leonard, Jr; Sharon Nementorbor Gweh a/k/a 2001-429 and all persons, firms, 10706 E Keswick Rd
M. Leonard C.P. June Gweh Tappeh C.P. January 7226 Dungan Rd 19111 2001-437 or associations claiming 19154 66th wd. 2,104
Term, 2019 No. 07325 Term, 2018 No. 03507 53rd wd. (formerly part 5638 Cedar Ave 19143 right, title, or interest Sq. Ft. OPA#662097505
$49,467.89 RAS Citron, $198,342.63 Stern & of the 35th wd.) 3,212 46th wd. SEMI/DET 2 from or under Robert IMPROVEMENTS:
LLC - Robert Crawley, Eisenberg PC Sq. Ft. OPA#532418700 STY MASONRY; 1,560 Depaul, Deceased C.P. RESIDENTIAL
Esq. ID No. 319712 IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. BRT#463052700 September Term, 2018 No. PROPERTY Natalie N.
2001-421 RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENTS: 00108 $107,058.07 Martha Evans and Eric W. Evans
2001-413 5001 N Warnock St PROPERTY Craig Hansen RESIDENTIAL E. Von Rosenstiel, P.C.; C.P. February Term, 2019
12215 Medford Rd 19141 49th wd. 1,561 C.P. June Term, 2019 No. DWELLING Lucy M. Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, No. 02641 $200,701.49
19154 66th wd. 2,000 Sq. Ft. OPA#491372600 05380 $139,463.24 KML Ridley a/k/a Lucy Ridley Esq.; Lorraine Gazzara KML Law Group, P.C.
Sq. Ft. OPA#663252800 IMPROVEMENTS: Law Group, P.C. C.P. June Term, 2015 Doyle, Esq.
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL No. 01288 $112,487.46 2001-449
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Linh 2001-430 McCabe, Weisberg, & 2001-443 3910 N Smedley St 19140
PROPERTY Michael T. Nguyen C.P. July 7924 Marsden St 19136- Conway, LLC 1447 N 60th St 19151- 13th wd. 1,334 Sq. Ft.;
Schnitzel C.P. January Term, 2018 No. 01091 3247 65th wd. 1,120 4204 34th wd. 1,236 Improvements: 1, 426
Term, 2018 No. 01752 $140,284.82 Shapiro & Sq. Ft. OPA#651252100 2001-438 Sq. Ft. OPA#342191400 Sq. Ft. OPA#131198800
2001-422 PROPERTY Kathleen A. Sq. Ft.; Improvement: PROPERTY Georgetta Noris M. Flores C.P.
2001-414 2121 S 9th St 19148 Finch C.P. July Term, 2019 1,548 Sq. Ft.; Total: 2,367 Smith C.P. May Term, January Term, 2016 No.
4360 N Orianna St 39th wd. 1,050 Sq. No. 00078 $90,173.91 Sq. Ft. OPA#52-2-1891- 2017 No. 03118 02822 $54,232.09 Robert
19140 7th wd. 884 Sq. Ft. OPA#393413100 Phelan Hallinan Diamond 00 IMPROVEMENTS: $41,127.30 Phelan Crawley
Ft. OPA#072138700 IMPROVEMENTS: & Jones, LLP RESIDENTIAL Hallinan Diamond &
RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY Tracy Hua 2001-431 Owens, Co-Executor of 7273 Valley Ave 19128
PROPERTY Pablo N. Soto and Chi-Hung Mu C.P. 3900 Ford Rd Unit the Estate of Paula Owens, 2001-444 21st wd. 4,145 Sq.
C.P. December Term, 2018 June Term, 2014 No. 5-K 19107 52nd wd. deceased and Bernard 106 E. Westmoreland Ft. OPA#214171900
No. 03859 $48,372.07 02801 $204,209.22 KML 0 OPA#888520065 Smith, Co-Executor of the St 19134 7th wd. Land IMPROVEMENTS:
Cristina L. Connor, Law Group, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: Estate of Paula Owens, Area: 1,096 Sq. Ft.; RESIDENTIAL
Esquire; Manley Deas CONDOMINIUM Tracey deceased and United Improvement Area: 1,200 PROPERTY Gregory
Kochalski, LLC 2001-423 Wingate, as Administratrix States of America and Sq. Ft. OPA#073226000 Morace and Megan M.
6814 Paschall Ave and Heir of The Estate of United States of America IMPROVEMENTS: Morace C.P. August
2001-415 19142 40th wd. 3,773 Delores Bailey-Collick C.P. January Term, 2015 RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 00008
911 S 59th St 19143 Sq. Ft. BRT#403320300 a/k/a Delores Collick a/k/a No. 03135 $318,015.42 DWELLING Louis W. $175,628.93 KML Law
3rd wd. 1,257 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: Delores Maria Collick; Richard M. Squire & Clegg, Jr., Known Heir Group, P.C.
Ft. OPA#033191600 RESIDENTIAL Eugene Unknown heirs, successors, Associates, LLC of Marie Clegg a/k/a
IMPROVEMENTS: Garfield Jr. C.P. July assigns, and all persons, Marie M. Clegg; Nancy 2001-451
RESIDENTIAL Term, 2019 No. 01637 firms, or associations 2001-439 Clegg-Thomas, Known 5806 Christian St 19143
PROPERTY Fannie Oates $87,657.06 Stern & claiming right, title, or 1307 S 54th St Heir of Marie Clegg a/k/a 3rd wd. 1,240 Sq.
C.P. June Term, 2019 No. Eisenberg, P.C. interest from or under 19143-4801 51st wd. Marie M. Clegg; Russell Ft. OPA#033059900
06866 $148,784.35 KML Delores Bailey-Collick Approximate size: Land S. Clegg, Known Heir of IMPROVEMENTS:
Law Group, P.C. 2001-424 a/k/a Delores Collick a/k/a 1206, Improvement Marie Clegg a/k/a Marie RESIDENTIAL
4724 Oxford Ave 19124 Delores Maria Collick C.P. 1356, Total 1356 M. Clegg; Stephen M. PROPERTY Gwendolyn
2001-416 23rd wd. 2,758 Sq. July Term, 2019 No. 00615 OPA#511252400 Clegg, Known Heir of Scott Solely in Her
2305 N Colorado St Ft. BRT#882013650 $53,605.63 RAS Citron, IMPROVEMENTS: Marie Clegg a/k/a Marie Capacity as Heir of
19132 28th wd. 676 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: MISC LLC - Robert Crawley Esq. RESIDENTIAL M. Clegg; Unknown Notabelle Johnson
Ft. BRT#161180600 DAY CARE MASONRY ID No. 319712 PROPERTY Linda heirs, successors, assigns, Deceased and Diana
IMPROVEMENTS: David Dornevil C.P. July O Deloach C.P. July and all persons, firms, Stokes Solely in Her
ROW 2 STY MASONRY Term, 2019 No. 03962 2001-432 Term, 2019 No. 02938 or associations claiming Capacity as Heir of
Christine Thomas C.P. $59,042.85 Milstead & 715 E Cornwall St $55,511.16 Richard M. right, title, or interest Notabelle Johnson
July Term, 2019 No. Associates, LLC 19134 33rd wd. 838 Sq. Squire & Associates, LLC from or under Marie Clegg Deceased C.P. October
03982 $37,172.57 Ft. OPA#331122800 a/k/a Marie M. Clegg; Term, 2018 No. 01076
Milstead & Associates, 2001-425 IMPROVEMENTS: 2001-440 Charles Clegg, Known $74,818.38 KML Law
LLC 3147 Agate St 19134 RESIDENTIAL 427 Fern St 19120 61st Heir of Marie Clegg a/k/a Group, P.C.
25th wd. 694 Sq. PROPERTY Sheila A. wd. ROW B/GAR 2 STY Marie M. Clegg C.P. June
2001-417 Ft. OPA#252335800 Newsome C.P. June Term, MASONRY; 1,200 Sq. Term, 2017 No. 01414 2001-452
4751 N 13th St 19141 IMPROVEMENTS: 2017 No. 01552 $51,756.36 Ft. BRT#612204800 $41,095.44 RAS Citron, 1930 W Sparks St 19141
49th wd. 806 Sq. RESIDENTIAL KML Law Group, P.C. IMPROVEMENTS: LLC - Robert Crawley, 17th wd. (formerly part
Ft. BRT#491502700 PROPERTY Markeyes RESIDENTIAL Esq. ID No. 319712 of the 49th wd.) 1,470
IMPROVEMENTS: SEMI/ Anderson C.P. February 2001-433 DWELLING Rosetta Sq. Ft. OPA#171272500
DET 2 STY MASONRY Term, 2018 No. 01811 5603 Cedar Ave 19143 Kennedy a/k/a Rosetta R. 2001-445 IMPROVEMENTS:
John A. Carr, Deceased $48,328.27 KML Law 46th wd. 1,600 Sq. Jackson C.P. September 5925 N Water St 19120 RESIDENTIAL
C.P. October Term, 2018 Group, P.C. Ft. BRT#463039900 Term, 2018 No. 03076 61st wd. 1,381 Sq. PROPERTY Judith Dill
No. 03565 $46,212.98 IMPROVEMENTS: $39,494.55 McCabe, Ft. OPA#612487900 C.P. March Term, 2019
Milstead & Associates, 2001-426 RESIDENTIAL Xavier J. Weisberg, & Conway, LLC IMPROVEMENTS: No. 00623 $143,056.15
LLC 7827 Provident St a/k/a Hernandez a/k/a Xavier RESIDENTIAL KML Law Group, P.C.
7827 Provident Rd 19150- Hernandez C.P. March 2001-441 PROPERTY Juanita
2001-418 1322 50th wd. 1,014 Term, 2019 No. 01971 1948 N Hollywood St Johnson C.P. January 2001-453
511 Catharine St 19147 Sq. Ft. OPA#501183400 $49,611.01 Stern & 19121 32nd wd. ROW 2 Term, 2019 No. 00866 5252 Oxford Ave 19124
2nd wd. 1,233 Sq. Subject to Mortgage Eisenberg, P.C. STY MASONRY; 1,020 $83,123.06 KML Law 23rd wd. 1,600 Sq.
Ft. BRT#022037720 IMPROVEMENTS: Sq. Ft. BRT#323245300 Group, P.C. Ft. BRT#234274600
MASONRY Roderick Bennett a/k/a Brandi 39th wd. 1,055 Sq. DWELLING Timothy E.C. 3112 Westmont St 19121- DWELLING Daniel H.
T. Meer a/k/a Roderick Bryant C.P. May Ft. BRT#393254500 Thompson, Jr. and Jocelyn 1127 32nd wd. 970 Sq. Kulp C.P. July Term, 2019
Thomas Meer and Term, 2017 No. 03034 IMPROVEMENTS: Thompson C.P. January Ft. OPA#323144300 No. 04146 $54,215.53
Alexandra S. Meer C.P. $86,712.38 Phelan RESIDENTIAL Michael Term, 2018 No. 03187 IMPROVEMENTS: Weber Gallagher Simpson
August Term, 2017 No. Hallinan Diamond & Shoemaker and William $37,794.52 McCabe, RESIDENTIAL Stapleton Fires & Newby,
00557 $472,667.89 Jones, LLP R. Toughill C.P. June Weisberg, & Conway, LLC PROPERTY Denise LLP; Sarah A. Elia, Esq.
Milstead & Associates, Term, 2019 No. 07242 Pompey C.P. March
LLC 2001-427 $119,158.48 Stern & 2001-442 Term, 2019 No. 02076 2001-454
4727 Edmund St 19124 Eisenberg, P.C. 4709 James St 19137 $26,152.30 Phelan 5947 Reach St 19120
2001-419 23rd wd. 2,000 Sq. 45th wd. 1,819 Sq. 35th wd. 1,575 Sq.
2220 N Melvin St 19131 Ft. OPA#232392700 2001-435 Ft. BRT#453418100 Ft. OPA#352242300
52nd wd. 1,298 Sq. IMPROVEMENTS: 2938 Poplar St 19130 IMPROVEMENTS: IMPROVEMENTS:
Ft. BRT#522252700 RESIDENTIAL 15th wd. 840 Sq. RESIDENTIAL




PROPERTY Philip S. 2001-457 RESIDENTIAL Ft. OPA#342359800 2001-462 $127,148.52 Powers Kirn,
Appenzeller and Tammy 845 Anchor St 19124 DWELLING Harvey A. IMPROVEMENTS: 6157 Lebanon Ave LLC
M. Lowe C.P. July 35th wd. 1050 Sq. Ellison, as Executor of The RESIDENTIAL 19151 34th wd. 1504
Term, 2013 No. 01527 Ft. BRT#35-1281400 Estate of John Ellison a/k/a DWELLING Maurice Sq. Ft. OPA#342130400 2001-464
$126,999.14 KML Law IMPROVEMENTS: ROW John C. Ellison a/k/a John Thomas C.P. March IMPROVEMENTS: 4631 E Stiles St 19137
Group, P.C. B/GAR 2 STY MASONRY Calvin Ellison; Marcus Term, 2016 No. 00807 RESIDENTIAL Andre 45th wd. RESIDENTIAL:
Beatrice Cooper and Ellison a/k/a Marcus D. $198,119.72 RAS Citron, M. Thompson C.P. May Semi/Detached 2
2001-455 Rodney Cooper C.P. Ellison, in His Capacity LLC - Robert Crawley, Term, 2019 No. 00522 STORY MASONRY
4227 Elbridge St 19135 February Term, 2019 as Heir of John Ellison Esq. ID No. 319712 $107,397.00 Jill M. Fein, OPA#453455800
55th wd. 1,105 Sq. No. 01021 $65,356.77 a/k/a John C. Ellison a/k/a Esquire IMPROVEMENTS:
Ft. OPA#552091700 Emmanuel J. Argentieri, John Calvin Ellison; Quita 2001-461 ERECTED THEREON
IMPROVEMENTS: Esquire F. Craft a/k/a Quita F. 5701 Warrington Ave 2001-463A Monica Flagg C.P.
RESIDENTIAL Craft, in Her Capacity as 19143 51st wd. Of the 3241 Joyce St 19134 October Term, 2018
PROPERTY Khadier 2001-458 Heir of John Ellison a/k/a Northwestwardly side 45th wd. 6,100 Sq. No. 03800 $53,696.00
Thompson Solely in His 1907 N 63rd St 19151 John C. Ellison a/k/a John of Warrington Ave and Ft. BRT#452290900 Christina J. Pross, Esq.
Capacity as Heir of Renee 34th wd. 6000 Sq. Calvin Ellison; Unknown the Southwestwardly IMPROVEMENTS:
Thompson Deceased C.P. Ft. OPA#882015370; heirs, successors, assigns, side of 57th St; Property RESIDENTIAL 2001-465
April Term, 2019 No. PRCL#70N413 and all persons, firms, or Dimensions: Width: DWELLING Tina 4353 Main St 19127
03688 $100,121.06 KML IMPROVEMENTS: associations claiming right, 16 feet, Depth: 100 M. Naples C.P. July 21st wd. 1169 Sq.
Law Group, P.C. MISC FUNERAL HOME title, or interest from or feet to a driveway Term, 2012 No. 00577 Ft. OPA#871274400
MASONRY Helen E. Waite under John Ellison a/k/a OPA#871234600 Subject $127,148.52 Powers Kirn, Subject to Mortgage
2001-456 C.P. January Term, 2019 John C. Ellison a/k/a John to Mortgage Subject To LLC IMPROVEMENTS:
3833 N 8th St 19140 No. 02714 $90,756.07 Calvin Ellison C.P. March Rent Tenant Occupied STR/OFFICE APT 3.5
43rd wd. 1057 Sq. Barry W. Krengel, Esquire; Term, 2019 No. 02858 IMPROVEMENTS: 2001-463B STORY MASONRY
Ft. BRT#43-2302200 Dolchin, Slotkin & Todd, $40,183.88 RAS Citron COMMERCIAL RETAIL 3243 Joyce St 19134 Linda Westphal C.P. July
IMPROVEMENTS: P.C. LLC - Robert Crawley, AND RESIDENTIAL 45th wd. 6,100 Sq. Term, 2016 No. 03303
ROW 2 STY MASONRY Esq. ID. No. 319712 DWELLING R&C Ft. BRT#452291000 $97,589.96 Jennifer D.
Linda Pough a/k/a Linda 2001-459 Property, LLC C.P. IMPROVEMENTS: Gould, Esq.; Stark &
M. Pough C.P. October 1663 Staub St 19140 2001-460 June Term, 2019 No. RESIDENTIAL Stark, PC
Term, 2018 No. 01707 13th wd. 1,303 Sq. 743 N 63rd St 19151 5433 $99,376.79 James DWELLING Tina
$53,628.02 Emmanuel J. Ft. OPA#132290480 34th wd. 2,500 Sq. McGarrity M. Naples C.P. July
Argentieri, Esquire IMPROVEMENTS: Term, 2012 No. 00577



Community / deaths



Martin L. Cutler, on November 14, 2019, he Dr. Phillip Friedman, of Newtown, PA, died Ruth Fyne (nee Spector), age 92, died on Sidney M. Grobman died August 16, 2019 in Bernard Spiegel, age 88, of Elkins Park PA
was a warehouse foreman and resided in on November 29, 2019, at the age of 88. Be- November 30, 2019. She was a retired jew- Florida. He was the son of Eva & Paul Grob- and Aventura FL, passed away Monday,
Northeast Phila. Husband of the late Martha loved husband of Sheila (nee Alexander); De- elry bookkeeper who resided in Philadelphia, man and lived in S. Philadelphia. He gradu- December 2, 2019 in Las Vegas. He was born
(nee Sherman); mother of Ronna Zeiger; voted father of Dvora (Chuck) Rotenberg of Pennsylvania. Beloved wife of the late Arnold; ated from the South Philadelphia High School on March 17, 1931 in Nelipeno, Czechoslov-
grandfather of Brian Zeiger (Beth Friel); Ottawa, Canada and Louis (Debbie) of East loving mother of Lenore (and the late Roy) for Boys where he met four boys : Billy, Irv, akia to the late Abraham and the late Faige
great-grandfather of Isabelle Zeiger and Eli- Brunswick NJ; and Loving grandfather of Stern, Fran (Jay) Holtzin, Paul Fyne and An- Perry & Marvin who were his best friends for Spiegel. At 13, he and all of the Jews in
jah Zeiger. Also survived by nieces and neph- Rochel, Yossi, Yaacov, Nechama Dena, drea (Paul) Rifkin; dear sister of Will Spector all of his life. He is sorely missed by the “cof- Nelipeno were forced to move and work as
ews. Joshua, Sabrina and Samuel; and great- and the late Sidney Spector; devoted grand- fee clatch”. He graduated from Penn State slave labor at the Monschau Ghetto in
grandfather of 5. Funeral Services were held mother of Leigh (Andrew), Kate (Jason), University with a degree in accounting and Lodz,Poland. After 2 months, he was taken to
GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S Dec. 2 at Goldstein's Suburban North with In- Lauren (Tzach), Melanie (Justin), Alex passed all parts of the CPA exam in one ses- Auschwitz where his beloved mother and
RAPHAEL-SACKS terment at Shalom Memorial Park. Dona- (Melissa), and the late Jami; and also sur- sion. His career included corporate positions father were murdered, and then to Mau-
tions in his memory may be made to: Jewish vived by 8 great-grandchildren. Contribu- as well as private clients. After retiring, he thausen-Gusen, when he was liberated on
FEIGELSTEIN Foundation for the Righteous,, tions in her memory may be made to MEL- moved to Florida and enjoyed his life there. May 5, 1945. After reconnecting with his sis-
National Museum of American Jewish His- MARK, He is greatly missed by his sister, Edna ter and brother, he traveled to Europe and re-
Laura Feigelstein (nee Friedman), November tory in Philadelphia, or Ott- (Bernard) Pincus, niece, Lisa (Dave) Segal ceived some rehabilitation prior to coming to
29, 2019 of Havertown, PA. Wife of Scott awa Food Bank in Canada, www.ottawafood- GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S and nephew, Steve Segal. the US on December 19, 1951, with pennies
Feigelstein; Mother of Shira Feigelstein RAPHAEL-SACKS in his pocket. In 1952, he joined the army
(Tamara) and Daniel Feigelstein; Sister of KAHN and proudly served in the Korean Conflict as
Steven Friedman (Fern); Grandmother of GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S a sergeant. Bernard eventually became an en-
Cylvia. The family respectfully requests con- RAPHAEL-SACKS Shirley Ruth Kahn (nee Effron), age 92, died trepreneur in the hospitality business.
tributions in her memory be made to The on December 4, 2019. She was a restaurant Through hard work and determination, as a
Lankenau Medical Center or The American A Community Remembers owner who resided in Jenkintown, non-English speaker, with only a 4th grade
Cancer Society. Monthly archives of Jewish Exponent Pennsylvania. Wife of the late Herman Kahn; education, he became a Sergeant in the U.S.
Death Notices are available online. mother of Barbara (Ron Wilson) Baer and Army Infantry, lived the American Dream as a
JOSEPH LEVINE and SONS Linda (Robert) Pitt; and grandmother of self-made business man, who at one point in Robin (Angelique) and Andrew. Contribu- his career owned 13 establishments. He left a
TO PLACE A MEMORIAL AD tions in her memory may be made to Rabbi legacy of love and loyalty to his family and
CALL 215.832.0749 Leib's Discretionary Fund at Old York Road friends. Bernard is survived by his children
Temple - Beth Am, 971 Old York Road, Gwen Toyzer (Rob Perri) of Havertown PA,
Abington, Pennsylvania 19001. Annette Aerenson (Jeffrey Metz) of Las Ve-
gas; grandchildren Michael Spiegel
GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S (Stephanie), Bob Spiegel, Jenn Toyzer (Alex
RAPHAEL-SACKS Rothberg), Melanie Toyzer (Nathan Black),
Whitney Aerenson (Patrick Pembroke), Jack-
KELLMER ie Aerenson; great grandchildren Zachary
Spiegel, Jacob Spiegel; and longtime partner
Doris Kellmer (nee Romain). Age 99, Decem- Eva Mason. He was predeceased by his wife
ber 2, 2019 of Atlantic City, NJ. Beloved wife of 47years, Marilyn Spiegel, and son Ken
of the late Jack. Devoted mother of Diane Spiegel. A funeral will be held at 11:00 AM on
Kellmer (Gilbert) Young, Jim (Kathy) Kellmer Sunday, December 8, 2019 at Goldsteins’
and the late Jane Kellmer Sopher. Mother-in- Rosenberg’s-Raphael Sack’s, 6410 N Broad
Law of Gilbert Sopher. Also survived by eight Street, Philadelphia PA, followed by burial at
grandchildren, one great-grandchild and Montefiore Cemetery in Jenkintown. Contri-
three step great-grandchildren. Services and butions in Bernard’s memory may be made
interment will be private. Contributions in her to a charity of the donor’s choice. Arrange-
memory may be made to the Jane Kellmer ments were entrusted to Kraft-Sussman Fu-
Fund at Fox Chase Cancer Center or Ha- neral & Cremation Services.


Esther Nisenfeld (nee Dissin), on November Jill Stone (nee Pleet) Dec. 4,2019. Wife of the
22, 2019, of Rockville, MD. Loving mother of late Allen Stone. Sister of the late Bette Ann,
Leon and Eric, sister of Stephen Dissin Ronnie Pleet and Larry Pleet. Cherished
(Dorothy) and Myron Dissin (Judy). Contri- mother of Amy (Ellis) Danny (Vanessa) and
butions in her memory may be made to De- Julie (Dr. Paul). Adored grandmother of Mag-
borah Hospital gie (Josh Mindlin), Dave, Jessica, Sydney,
Jack and Eva. Great-grandmother of Lila. Jill
ROSENBERG was an artist and an art therapist. Through
her work she was able to reach children with
Selma Lee Rosenberg (nee Silverman) on autism long before recent times when so
November 28, 2019. Wife of the late much more is known about this disorder.
Theodore. Mother of Amy Mancher and Lysa Later she and friend and business partner
(Eric) Lepine. Grandmother of Alex, Andrew, successfully launched Corporate Art Asso-
Joshua and Adam. Contributions in her ciates which selected and furnished works for
memory may be made to the Inglemoor Re- law, medicine and business offices in Phil-
habilitation and Care Center, 311 S Living- adelphia and its suburbs. She taught art to
ston Ave., Livingston NJ 07039. senior citizens and was a beloved docent at
the Philadelphia Art Museum and a loyal vo-
GOLDSTEINS’ ROSENBERG’S lunteer at the Inglis House Wheelchair Com-
RAPHAEL-SACKS munity for many years. Above all, Jill was the
consummate artist of friendship, loved by
ROSNER everyone whose lives she touched. The fam-
ily wishes to express their profound gratit-
Kenneth Jay Rosner on December 3, 2019. ude to Dorothy Watkins, Donna Miller and
Husband of Meredith (nee Ostach). Father of Tara Cook as well as the staff at the Gardens
Blake and Bennett. Son of Marvin and the late of Watermark. Contributions to Inglis House.
Bonnie Rosner. Brother of Tina (Joshua)
Davidson and Dori (Jason) Sarney. Grand- GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S
son of Celia Abramson. Beloved son-in-law to RAPHAEL-SACKS
Linda Ostach and Frank Ostach, brother-in-
law to Robyn Ungar and uncle to a niece and TO PLACE A MEMORIAL AD
3 nephews. Contributions in his memory may CALL 215.832.0749
be made to the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation,
150 Monument Rd. Ste. 402, Bala Cynwyd,
Pa. 19004 or a charity of the donor’s choice.



Jay Shapin, on December 3, 2019. Uncle of
Harvey Nickin. Relatives and friends are in-
vited to Graveside Services Friday 9:30 AM
precisely at Mt. Sharon Cemetery (sec. K),
Springfield, PA.




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Notice is given that Eagle Jewelry Notice is given that Philadelphia Late of Philadelphia LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the on the above Estate have been DECEASED.
and Loan Company Inc., did on Money Loan Inc., did on Novem- LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the the above Estate have been gran- above Estate have been granted to granted to the undersigned, who Late of Philadelphia
December 2, 2019, submit to the ber 15, 2019, submit to the Com- above Estate have been granted to ted to the undersigned, who re- the undersigned, who request all request all persons having claims LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, monwealth of Pennsylvania, De- the undersigned, who request all quest all persons having claims or persons having claims or demands or demands against the Estate of above Estate have been granted to
Department of Banking, an applica- partment of Banking, an applica- persons having claims or demands demands against the estate of the against the Estate of the decedent the decedent to make known the the undersigned, who request all
tion for renewal licensure of a tion for renewal licensure of a against the estate of the decedent decedent to make known the same to make known the same and all same, and all persons indebted to persons having claims or demands
pawnbroker office at this location, pawnbroker office at this location, to make known the same and all and all persons indebted to the de- persons indebted to the decedent the decedents to make payment against the estate of the decedent
which is as follows: 4216 Lan- which is as follows: 5557 N. 5th persons indebted to the decedent cedent to make payment without to make payment without delay to without delay, to Henry Korn 662 to make known the same and all
caster Ave Philadelphia, PA 19104. Street, Philadelphia PA 19120. All to make payment without delay to delay to JUDY A. SUMMERS, AD- Michael Dever, Executor c/o Jon Glen Meadow Road, Richboro, PA persons indebted to the decedent
All interested persons may file writ- interested persons may file written KAREN MIURA WOLFFE, EXEC- MINISTRATRIX, 724 N. Easton Rd., Taylor, Esquire PC 1617 JFK Blvd. 18954 to make payment without delay to
ten comments in favor of or in op- comments in favor of or in opposi- UTRIX, c/o Amy F. Steerman, Esq., Glenside, PA 19038 Suite 1838, Philadelphia, PA Estate of Mark A. Splaver aka Mark ERIC WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN, EX-
position to the application, with the tion to the application, with the 1900 Spruce St., Philadelphia, PA ESTATE OF JAMES BRAXTON, JR., 19103. Splaver, Deceased ECUTOR, c/o Harry Metka, Esq.,
Pawnbroker Hearing Officer, Pawnbroker Hearing Officer, 19103, DECEASED. The Law Office of Jon Taylor Late of Philadelphia, PA. 4802 Neshaminy Blvd, Ste. 9, Ben-
Pennsylvania Department of Bank- Pennsylvania Department of Bank- Or to her Attorney: Late of Philadelphia 1617 JFK Blvd. LETTERS TESTAMENTARY salem, PA 19020,
ing, 17 N. 2nd Street, Ste 1300, ing, 17 N. 2nd Street, Ste 1300, AMY F. STEERMAN LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the Suite 1838 on the above estate have been Or to his Attorney:
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101- AMY F. STEERMAN, LLC above Estate have been granted to Philadelphia, PA 19103 granted to the undersigned, who HARRY METKA
2290. All comments to be con- 2290. All comments to be con- 1900 Spruce St. the undersigned, who request all request all persons having claims 4802 Neshaminy Blvd, Ste. 9
sidered must be received by the sidered must be received by the Philadelphia, PA 19103 persons having claims or demands ESTATE OF JOSEPH ANTHONY or demands against the estate of Bensalem, PA 19020
Department within thirty (30) days Department within thirty (30) days ESTATE OF BONNIE F. GRIFFIN against the estate of the decedent D’AMATO a/k/a JOSEPH A. D’AM- the decedent to make known the
from the date of this newspaper from the date of this newspaper a/k/a BONNIE J. GRIFFIN, DE- to make known the same and all ATO, DECEASED. same, and all persons indebted to ESTATE OF SOLEDAD PEREZ
publication. publication. CEASED. persons indebted to the decedent Late of Philadelphia the decedent to make payment GILLESPIE, DECEASED.
NOTICE OF RENEWAL Late of Philadelphia to make payment without delay to LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the without delay, to Eric Splaver, Ex- Late of Philadelphia
APPLICATION FOR A ESTATE NOTICES LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION on ANNIE BRAXTON, EXECUTRIX, c/o above Estate have been granted to ecutor, c/o Gary A. Zlotnick, Esq., LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the
PAWNBROKER LICENSE ESTATE OF ANTHONY C. COCCO the above Estate have been gran- Jay E. Kivitz, Esq., 7901 Ogontz the undersigned, who request all Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer above Estate have been granted to
Notice is given that Olney Pawn- a/k/a ANTHONY COCCO, DE- ted to the undersigned, who re- Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19150, persons having claims or demands & Toddy, PC, 1818 Market St., 13th the undersigned, who request all
brokers Inc., did on November 15, CEASED. quest all persons having claims or Or to her Attorney: against the estate of the decedent Fl., Philadelphia, PA 19103 or to persons having claims or demands
2019, submit to the Common- Late of Philadelphia demands against the estate of the JAY E. KIVITZ to make known the same and all their attorneys, against the estate of the decedent
wealth of Pennsylvania, Depart- LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the decedent to make known the same KIVITZ & KIVITZ, P.C. persons indebted to the decedent Gary A. Zlotnick, Esq. to make known the same and all
ment of Banking, an application for above Estate have been granted to and all persons indebted to the de- 7901 Ogontz Ave. to make payment without delay to Zarwin Baum DeVito Kaplan Schaer persons indebted to the decedent
renewal licensure of a pawnbroker the undersigned, who request all cedent to make payment without Philadelphia, PA 19150 MATTHEW GENSTEIN, EXECUTOR, & Toddy, PC to make payment without delay to
office at this location, which is as persons having claims or demands delay to TAMECA BANKS-WILKER- ESTATE OF JOHN J. CASSIDY a/k/a c/o Amy F. Steerman, Esq., 1900 1818 Market St., 13th Fl. JAMES ARTHUR GILLESPIE, Ex-
follows: 5708 N. Broad Street, Phil- against the estate of the decedent SON, ADMINISTRATRIX, c/o Marc JOHN JOSEPH CASSIDY, DE- Spruce St., Philadelphia, PA 19103, Philadelphia, PA 19103 ecutor, c/o Adam S. Bernick, Esq.,
adelphia , PA 19141. All interested to make known the same and all Vogin, Esq., 1700 Sansom St., 3rd CEASED. Or to his Attorney: ESTATE OF MARY C. JACOT a/k/a 2047 Locust St., Philadelphia, PA
persons may file written com- persons indebted to the decedent Fl., Philadelphia, PA 19103, Late of Philadelphia AMY F. STEERMAN MARY CATHERINE JACOT, DE- 19103,
ments in favor of or in opposition to make payment without delay to Or to her Attorney: LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the AMY F. STEERMAN, LLC CEASED. Late of the Borough of Or to his Attorney:
to the application, with the Pawn- MARIA A. VALENTE and CARMEL- MARC VOGIN above Estate have been granted to 1900 Spruce St. Langhorne, Bucks County, PA LET- ADAM S. BERNICK
broker Hearing Officer, ITA L. HERTENS, EXECUTRICES, KLEIN, VOGIN & GOLD the undersigned, who request all Philadelphia, PA 19103 TERS TESTAMENTARY on the LAW OFFICE OF ADAM S. BERNICK
Pennsylvania Department of Bank- c/o Adam S. Bernick, Esq., 2047 1700 Sansom St., 3rd Fl. persons having claims or demands above Estate have been granted to 2047 Locust St.
ing, 17 N. 2nd Street, Ste 1300, Locust St., Philadelphia, PA 19103, Philadelphia, PA 19103 against the estate of the decedent ESTATE OF KARL S. MESSER- the undersigned, who request all Philadelphia, PA 19103
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101- Or to their Attorney: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH CALVANO to make known the same and all SCHMIDT, DECEASED persons having claims or demands
2290. All comments to be con- ADAM S. BERNICK a/k/a ELIZABETH M. CALVANO, DE- persons indebted to the decedent Late of Montgomery County, against the estate of the decedent CORPORATE NOTICES
sidered must be received by the LAW OFFICE OF ADAM S. BERNICK CEASED. to make payment without delay to Pennsylvania LETTERS of ADMIN- to make known the same and all 1839-43 N. 6th St. Condominium
Department within thirty (30) days 2047 Locust St. Late of Philadelphia WILLIAM F. CASSIDY, EXECUTOR, ISTRATION on the above Estate persons indebted to the decedent Association has been incorporated
from the date of this newspaper Philadelphia, PA 19103 LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the 11748 Brandon Place Philadelphia, have been granted to the under- to make payment without delay to under the provisions of the PA
publication. above Estate have been granted to PA 19154 signed, who request all persons WILLIAM GRIESSER, JR. (a/k/a Nonprofit Corporation Law of 1988. the undersigned, who request all having claims or demands against WILLIAM L. GRIESSER, JR.), EX- Klehr, Harrison, Harvey, Branzburg
SELL IT IN THE persons having claims or demands To place an the estate of the decedent to make ECUTOR, c/o Nathan Snyder, Esq., LLP
JEWISH EXPONENT Follow us on against the estate of the decedent ad in the known the same and all persons in- 3070 Bristol Pike, Bldg. 2, Ste. 204, 1835 Market St., (1400)
to make known the same and all Real Estate debted to the decedent to make Bensalem, PA 19020, Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-832-0749 @jewishexponent persons indebted to the decedent payment without delay to Erica Or to his Attorney: to make payment without delay to Section, call Dercole c/o Michael E. Eisenberg, NATHAN SNYDER To place a
MICHELLE CALVANO, EXECUTRIX, 215.832.0749 Esquire 2935 Byberry Road, Suite LAW OFFICE OF NATHAN SNYDER Classified Ad,
9222 Leon St., Philadelphia, PA 107 Hatboro, PA 19040 3070 Bristol Pike, Bldg. 2, Ste. 204 call 215.832.0749
19114 Or to Attorney: Bensalem, PA 19020
Michael E. Eisenberg, Esquire 2935 Byberry Road, Suite 107
Hatboro, PA 19040


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poration formed under the laws of sions of Chapter 29 of the Busi- plication for Registration of Ficti- plication for Registration of Ficti- plication for Registration of Ficti- looks 65 active, fit, fun, old fashioned
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Larry A. and Cindy Wanerman of Miami Marc and Sharon Schramm of
Beach announce the marriage of their son, Alex Columbus, Ohio, and Melinda
Aston Wanerman, to Lisette Neira, daughter of Hofstetter and Louis Lenoff of Fairfax,
Mariella Neira of Downey, California. Virginia, announce the marriage of
their children, Channa Schramm and
The ceremony took place Oct. 26 at The Jacob Lenoff.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami. Rabbi Paul
Offenkrantz officiated. Sydney Landauer was Channa graduated from the
the maid of honor; Kyle Roller was the best man. University of Michigan with a degree
Also participating in the ceremony was Rodolfo in mathematical biology. She works as
Rodriguez, grandfather of the bride. a software engineer in finance tech-
nology. Jacob graduated from Florida
Alex is a graduate of Drexel University and State University with a bachelor’s
vice president, regional planning consultant at Fidelity Investments in Newport degree and a master’s degree in eco-
Beach, California. Lisette is a magna cum laude graduate of California State nomics. He works as a data analyst.
University at Long Beach. She is a division director at Robert Half Accountemps
in Irvine, California. The couple was married in Columbus, Ohio, on Nov. 10 and now reside in
After a Caribbean honeymoon, the couple resides in Newport Beach, California.


Philadelphia-Israel Chamber Announces Bagels ban was launched at the school. The petition Research Building, the 12-story structure will be built
New Exec Committee and Board Members mentions anti-Israel activities conducted by both at Ninth and Locust streets. Although the start of
THE PHILADELPHIA-ISRAEL Chamber of Cohens, as well as by Jeremiah’s daughter Rosemary; construction and expected completion dates weren’t
Commerce announced Dec. 4 the installation of a she was a member of Haverford College’s Students for announced, the expected price tag is between $300
new executive committee, as well as new board of Justice in Palestine chapter. million and $350 million.
directors and advisory board members. JEVS Announces Changes to Lasko
The college administration at Carlisle-based College Prep Program; Eligibility Increases
PICC membership elected Matthew I. Fingerman, Dickinson rejected the move to ban hummus. More high school students than ever before will be
a vice president and wealth manager at BNY Mellon, eligible for the Lasko College Prep Program in 2020,
as president of its board of directors. “As an institution that deeply values global diver- JEVS Human Services announced.
sity and civil discussion and debate, Dickinson
The executive committee will include board of opposes this boycott,” the college said in a statement. In the past, there was a financial eligibility
directors immediate past President Neil A. Cooper, “In 2014, we rejected the call from the American requirement that limited the program to low- and
past President David J. Allon, Vice President J. Todd Studies Association to boycott Israeli universities, middle-income families, but the program will now be
Abrams, Vice President John J. Churchill, Vice and instead maintained our ongoing relationships eligible for all students.
President Rene Rothstein-Rubin, Vice President and with three Israeli institutions. We reject the current
Secretary Matthew Taylor, Treasurer Immanuel John call for boycott on the same grounds.” The program for Jewish high school juniors will
K. and PICC Executive Director Vered Nohi. David L. Cohen to Step Down from Comcast remain free for those who meet financial eligibility
Comcast Senior Executive Vice President David L. requirements, while there will be sliding fee scales for
In addition, the following board of directors Cohen announced that he would step down from his those who do not.
members received new two-year terms: Scott I. position at the cable giant next year, 6 ABC reported.
Feldman, Carolyn Hochstadter Dicker, Seth Freedman, Participating students receive a paid summer
Mike Krupit, Lori F. Reiner and Jonathan E. Spanier. He has been at Comcast since 2002. internship at a Jewish nonprofit, SAT/ACT tutoring
Cohen will remain as a senior adviser, Comcast and mitzvah opportunities, as well as assistance
New members of the board of directors include CEO Brian Roberts said in a company memo. in applying for scholarships and financial aid, help
Shouvanik Chatterjee, Ayala Laufer-Cahana and Cohen chairs the University of Pennsylvania’s in finding a college “best fit, the chance to earn
Asaf Levy. board of trustees and was chief of staff to former community service hours and help with college essays
Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell. and the application process.”
New advisory board members are Lawton In 2017, Cohen was named campaign co-chair
Laurence, Allison Lindemann, Qingbin Yuan and (with his wife, Rhonda) for the Jewish Federation of The program will run in 2020 from June 22 to
Amy Zitelman. Greater Philadelphia. Aug. 7. l
Kimmels Donate $70M to Jefferson
Dickinson College Student Government Sidney and Caroline Kimmel have donated $70 www.
Passes Resolution Banning Sabra Hummus million to Thomas Jefferson University to expand jewishexponent
As part of a campus campaign to boycott Israel, its biomedical research facilities in Center City, the
the Dickinson College student government passed a Philadelphia Business Journal reported. .com
resolution Dec. 3 banning the Israeli product Sabra The donation is the second-largest ever received by
hummus, JTA reported. the university.
To be known as the Caroline Kimmel Biomedical
Student Henry Cohen — whose father Jeremiah
Cohen owns Bullfrog Bagels in Washington, D.C.,
and is a boycott, divestment and sanctions movement
supporter — led the effort to ban Sabra.

In response, a petition calling for a Bullfrog



NEWSMAKERS The Auxiliary of Abramson Senior Care hosted its second annual Games Day on
Nov. 13. More than 130 people turned out for lunch and to play mahjong, bridge and
American Jewish Committee Philadelphia/Southern NJ hosted its first- canasta. The event raised money to support the auxiliary’s programs and activities for
ever America’s Table: Thanksgiving Diversity Luncheon hosted by AJC Abramson seniors and was chaired by Auxiliary First Vice President Sheila Zamkoff.
Philadelphia chairman emeritus Fred Strober at the Saul Ewing Arnstein
& Lehr Law Library on Nov. 21.

From left: Imam Salaam Muhsin, Pastor Kevin Johnson, Rabbi Robert Leib,
Bethany Nikitenko, Marcia Bronstein, Rev. Chaz Howard, Rev. Wilma Lynette Taylor,
Philip Cunningham, Rev. Timothy Safford and Fred Strober

From left: Sheila Zamkoff, Susan Storck, Julia Cooper and Amy Rose

From left: Michael Fabius, David Smith, Carole Weintraub, David Hyman, From left: Abbi Stempler, Suzy Reisenberg, Alene Goldstein and Helene Hall
Robert Reed and Ramy Djerassi

From left: Carols Obrador Garrido, David Smith, Rocio Vazquez Alvarez, Morris

Gocial and Joe Zuritsky Photos by Christopher Brown From left: Harriet Silberman, Ronne Goldstein, Suzanne Nicholas and Zelda Topkis
Photos courtesy of Abramson Senior Care



JEVS Human Services held its 21st Strictly Business luncheon Journalist Jane Eisner spoke with author Alice Hoffman for Gratz College’s One Book, One
on Nov. 21 to recognize individuals who have faced obstacles Jewish Community kickoff event on Nov. 17. This year’s One Book selection is Hoffman’s book,
and found the strength necessary to achieve their personal and “The World That We Knew.” Close to 500 people were in attendance.
career goals.

JEVS CEO Jay Spector and Strictly Business 2019 award winners

From left: Jane Eisner and Alice Hoffman Photo by Brad Gellman

On Nov. 21, Jewish Family &
Children’s Service of Greater
Philadelphia held its annual
Fashion for All at Neiman
Marcus King of Prussia, an
event benefiting Our Closet.

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey welcomes guests. Photos by Kyle and Linette Kielinski From left: Pia Eisenberg,
Shauna Ekezie, Jill Aschkenasy,
The Philip Spector Memorial Fund hosted its annual concert Bobbie Thomas, Melanie London
featuring the Jukebox Legends singing the hits of the 1950s through and Paula Goldstein
the 1990s in the theater at KleinLife of Northeast Philadelphia.
Courtesy of JFCS Greater Philadelphia

On Nov. 20, 120 people
gathered at Beth Israel
Congregation in Chester
County to meet Rabbi
Gershom Sizomu, chief rabbi
of Uganda. Sizomu is the first
native-born black rabbi in
sub-Saharan Africa, and the
first Jewish member of the
Ugandan Parliament. The
event was presented by the
Kehillah of Chester County.

Back row, from left: Andrea Kimelheim and Juke Box Legends Joe Leo, From left: Rabbi Sharon Forman-Toll, Rabbi Jon E. Cutler, Rabbi

Billy Sagarese and John Sebastian. Front row, from left: Harvey Spector, Deborah A. Bowen, Rabbi Earl Bowen Jr., Rabbi Gershom Sizomu and

Larry Spector, Jill Florin, Tracey Rothman, Harriet Sherman and Lorraine Rabbi Eric Lazar Courtesy of Beth Israel Congregation

Dorfman Photo by Stephanie Hampson

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