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n The Beatles’ 1966 song “Taxman,” George Harrison proclaimed “I’m the taxman and you’re working for no one but me.” Cast as a tariff collector, Mayor Michael A. Nutter experienced a setback June 21, as City Council proposed a oneyear delay to the Actual Value Initiative, a property tax plan he hopes will provide immediate funding for the strapped School District of Philadelphia. The reprieve, which could become official today, represents a partial triumph for See AVI page 8

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The American Legion Henry Hill Post 385 presented the colors and led the flag salute during last week’s ceremony. The Patriot House will honor their comrades, who, though protectors of the nation’s freedom, have battled the agony of homelessness.

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obody who has ever worn a uniform of the United States of America should ever find themselves homeless,” Mayor Michael A. Nutter said at June 19’s dedication of Patriot House, 1221 S. 15th St. The second-term figure united with officials from Center City-based CATCH Inc.

to celebrate the latter’s latest endeavor to provide behavioral health and intellectual disability assistance. The site will accommodate 15 chronically homeless veterans, offering them a plethora of supportive services in their attempts to regain autonomy. Attendees jubilantly waved American flags as they learned of the more-than$3-million location from CATCH’s CEO Raymond A. Pescatore, whose employer developed the space through the transfor-

mation of vacant adjacent walk-up buildings at 1221-25 S. 15th St. and 1232-34 S. Carlisle St. His 33-year-old nonprofit will manage the facility, with the City’s Office of Supportive Housing reviewing applications to determine the occupants. “Today helps us to further our continuum of care by assisting a particularly worthy and deserving population, our veterans,” See PATRIOT HOUSE page 10


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To the Editor: In response to the letter by John D’Alessandro (“A taxing predicament� June 21), there are areas where I agree and areas where I have questions. Certainly, John is correct that the City has a half billion dollars in delinquent taxes that it should attempt to collect before it puts additional burdens on the backs of law-abiding taxpayers. That is something that should be settled no matter what the state of city finances. He makes a good point also in alluding to the self-serving DROP for elected officials. Greed and mismanagement often go hand in hand. I am not sure what John means by “subsidizing� renters. Surely a house that rents for $2,000 a month has property taxes built into that charge. Does he mean apartment buildings with multiple tenants? It is not clear how an occupied building with all bills paid, including utilities and taxes is somehow worse for a neighborhood than an unoccupied one. By his reasoning, should single occupants thus pay less in taxes than families with several children because they make less trash? It seems that no matter how the issue of taxation is argued, there is the inevitable swipe at the “bloated and excessive� benefits of school workers (who happen to be in a union). That is followed by the unproven generalization that the rest of the city’s residents are not so fortunate. I am sure that the 2,700 recently laid off school workers, including building engineers and support staff, would disagree that they are more protected than the average taxpayer. They are certainly not getting the same generous exit package that erstwhile CEO Arlene Ackerman received. Surely, this City government can come up with a better tax plan than simply increasing taxes on citizens who already pay their fair share. There is still time for community input and that is important of course. But let’s please stop the groundless blaming of unionized workers for a situation that they did not create and by which they also suffer losses. Gloria C. Endres South Philadelphia

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To the Editor: Where are all of the City’s tax dollars going? City Controller Alan Butkovitz, in an audit released last week, said taxpayers shelled out $13.9 million for the police camera program, but only 102 of the 216 cameras work. He said the price tag to taxpayers is $136,000 per working camera. The Mayor’s Office pushed back, claiming Butkovitz was wrong on his price claim. Deputy Mayor Everett Gillison, who oversees the program, says Butkovitz’s numbers are old and a new contractor has been brought in to fix the system, and now 70 percent are on the lookout. I guess if Gillison is correct, 70 percent is better than none. How much more of the taxpayers hard-earned money is being wasted that we don’t know about? The City is like the Titanic heading for the iceberg. It won’t be too long before it crashes and sinks.

To the Editor: For years I have been trying to convince fellow Catholics and nonCatholics, that celibacy in the clergy doesn’t produce pedophilia or other forms of abuse. I was very happy that the media shared the case against Jerry Sandusky simultaneously with the Catholic priests abuse case because it gives credence to my belief. According to the media, Sandusky was married during the molestation acts. Therefore, child sexual abuse is not related to whether the abuser has an adult partner in his life. I have spoken with quite a few Catholics who told me they left the Church because of the priests abuse cases. I wonder if people will leave the schools because of Sandusky’s child abuse acts?

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A MOVING EXPERIENCE: A budget casualty, the Samuel S. Fels South Philadelphia Community Center, 2407 S. Broad St., will soon close its doors, with these men taking items to the new 15th-and-Porter-streets location Tuesday. Through the Caring People Alliance, the Philadelphia Performing Arts Charter School, 2600 S. Broad St., purchased the haven for children and seniors, who might be able to attend the unnamed replacement by mid-July. SPR


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AVI continued from page 1 the Tax Fairness Coalition, a two-monthold body that includes eight area civics eager to have taxes levied accordingly once the City completes assessments. Even if the 17-member council upholds last week’s decision, businesses and homeowners will finance the district through bumps in their dues to the City’s coffers. Nutter is seeking $94 million for the educational entity, but Council members, knowing evaluators would not complete property analysis before the June 30 budget deadline, refrained from siding with Nutter’s desire to accept a revenue target for real estate tax collections and to pass a formula to hit that goal. They instead have tentatively vowed to endow the district with $48.9 million, according to Council’s operating budget bill expected to face final passage today, with half coming from a 19 percent jolt to proprietors’ use-and-occupany fees and the rest pouring in from a 3.6 percent increase to present home estimations, according to published reports. “We all support our neighborhood schools and are all willing to pay higher property taxes for them, but we needed to see a credible reform plan that includes accountability at the neighborhood level,” Jeff Hornstein, president of the coalition’s Queen Village Neighborhood Association, said. “Sadly, the plans we’ve seen are very short on details.” The resident of the 300 block of Queen Street and members of the Bella Vista Town Watch, Dickinson Narrows and Pennsport civic associations, Hawthorne Empowerment Coalition, South of Broad Street and South of South neighborhood associations and Whitman Council Inc. have regularly visited City Council to promote their four principles, with calls for “data first, then policy” heading their approach, and have sought to have residents know the scope of the issue, which is capable of boggling even the most patient brain. The City professes to assess properties at 32 percent of their market value, yet the State Tax Equalization Board revealed last year that it really values them at 18 percent of their worth. With that knowledge, property owners could appeal to have the lower percentage applied to their bill, a process the board noted could cost the City $50 million this year and $100 million next year if the reassessment remains unused, according to published reports. Although the City launched an appeal, Nutter has seen the initiative as a solution. It would assess each property and assign it one value akin to its actual market price, taxing that valuation. In some cases, the new numbers might represent a staggering rise, which in turn would likely yield higher returns for the City, to the chagrin of homeowners. Aware of the City’s being

Nestled within the heart of Whitman, the 400 block of Roseberry Street could include many frustrated residents if the City’s tax initiative plan ups payments exorbitantly. P h o t o b y K at h r y n P o o l e

owed $515.4 million in principal, penalties and interest on 103,000 tax delinquent accounts, Hornstein wants the aggressive pursuit of that total and also other measures to ease homeowners’ fiscal obligations to the municipality. “Philadelphia is a particularly weird major city in that the vast bulk of property taxes are paid by residential property owners,” he said, noting the State constitution’s uniformity clause, which taxes all similar items at the same rate and commercial and residential property exactly, too. His views reinforce the coalition’s call to make the system fairer by shifting a chunk of the property tax burden from residen0tial to commercial properties. Another ideal stresses the protection of homeowners through, among other ideas, a $30,000 homestead exemption they could deduct from the value of their spaces before applying the tax rate, and the fourth principle blends acquiring the delinquent funds with seeking revenue from the nonprofit sector. He knows tax abatement discussions need to intensify as well. “It is pretty well accepted that abatements inflate property values,” he said. “Since the tax bills are artificially and temporarily low, buyers think they can afford more and so developers raise the selling price. These inflated prices then create higher comparables in neighborhoods with a preponderance of abated properties, translating into higher tax assessments for

all residents. “In some ways, this is the normal gentrification problem on steroids, long-term residents and those who did not benefit from abatements are penalized just for being near abated properties.” AS QUEEN VILLAGE contains numerous abated spots, Hornstein noted immediate implementation of the initiative would cripple many neighbors’ financial identities, adding Bella Vista, Pennsport and South of South dwellers would find themselves jeopardized because of their locations’ situations; therefore, the likely deferment brought a bit of relief. “As the data trickled out, citizens and council members became increasingly alarmed at both the administration’s inability to provide a credible estimate of aggregate values and therefore of a tax rate, as well as the impact on actual people of ‘actual value,’” he said. Preliminary estimates on the aggregate value of all property within the city totaled more than $100 billion, an amount City Council could have used to institute a 1.25 percent tax rate, or millage, according to published reports. As calculations dwindled, the rate hit 1.8 percent and thoughts of backing the Actual Value Initiative likewise diminished. “If we’d done AVI, the chaos would have been disastrous for the City of Philadelphia,” 1st District City Councilman Mark

Squilla, of Front Street and Snyder Avenue, said. With City Council’s input, Hornstein and his mates, including Pennsport’s Rene Goodwin, will be plotting a public education campaign and will strive to reform the tax headache. “If we can achieve comprehensive tax reform, eliminating the net profits portion and raising the gross receipts portion of the business tax, lowering wage taxes, shifting the burden to commercial property and to land, the city’s economy would be better off,” Hornstein said. A resident of the 100 block of Federal Street, Goodwin understands the need for the reassessment yet does not want for it to thwart novelty. “The city has to have an infusion of newness, with residents and businesses as the sources,” she said. She worries the initiative, if not properly handled, will cause an exodus of economic and creative currency. “AVI, going forward, must address the way of life for urban dwellers, which includes being able to travel only short distances for goods,” the lifelong Pennsporter said. “A fair system is needed, too, so that people do not ponder selling their homes midway through their abatement period. Everyone figures to suffer if taxation comes to dominate.” SPR Contact Staff Writer Joseph Myers at jmyers@ sothphillyreview.com or ext. 124. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/features.


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Pescatore said. Supportive Housing counts slightly more than 400 homeless veterans, many in transitional housing programs for displaced individuals. As mental health issues and substance abuse disorders often cause or worsen their situations, he knew the perils of passivity. With $1.8 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program, $600,000 from Supportive Housing and $550,000 from the Federal Home Loan banks of New York and Pittsburgh, CATCH advanced its mission to meet special needs. Patriot House will endow its residents with lessons in accountability. While CATCH noted the dwellers will have permanent habitancy, they will hold the responsibility of giving 30 percent of their income as rent. Their supportive treatment will consist of adult literacy instruction; budget preparation; good neighbor standards; health care; job readiness and placement; life skills workshops on cleaning, home safety and meal planning; stress management; and substance abuse services. “This marks the beginning of new efforts to serve those who served us,” Pescatore, whose organization has made itself a South Philly constant since 1979, opening 14 local sites and operating programs in 11 School District of Philadelphia institutions, said. Knowing the inhabitants can benefit from divine intervention, he called on Rev. Joseph Genito to give the invocation. “May they know contentment,” the pastor of the National Shrine of Saint Rita of Cascia, 1166 S. Broad St., said. “May they enjoy a good life based on the healthy values of family and friendship.” Its spiritual identity tapped, the crowd then showed more reverence as the Logan Square-based American Legion Henry Hill Post 385 presented the colors and led the flag salute. The veterans’ organization oversees youth activities at Donald Finnegan Playground, 1231 S. 30th St., and used its presence to acknowledge its brethren and the need to uphold the dignity of all citizens. “My father’s a veteran,” 2nd District Councilman Kenyatta Johnson said. “I have a special place in my heart for those who help us to appreciate what we often take for granted, namely, freedom. Veterans, whether they’re serving now, whether they’re returning home, whether they’re retired, they should receive nothing else but the best ser-

CATCH Inc. soon will welcome tenants to its 15th local site. Residents will work with a case manager to keep their minds focused on integration into society. P h o t o P r o v i d e d b y Ti g e r P r o d u c t i o n s

vices this country can offer.” THE DEPARTMENTS OF Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs estimate that more than 67,000 veterans are homeless on any given night, that twice that many endure homelessness and that

20 percent of the homeless citizenry consists of veterans, who make up 8 percent of the general population. Two-thirds of homeless veterans served for at least three years, with one-third stationed in a war zone, according to the National Coalition for Homeless Veter-

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ans’ website. While post-traumatic stress disorder and substance abuse contribute to homelessness, more than 1.5 million others possess a high risk for homelessness due to subpar living conditions in overcrowded or substandard housing, insufficient support networks and poverty. Aware of all of the harrowing sources of decline, Nutter lauded the house as a chance for non-veterans to thank their freedom’s benefactor. “Let us never get so big or sophisticated that we forget others,” he said. “We want those who will come to live here to reach independence again.” He divulged that many neighborhoods qualified to serve as the home’s location, but Point Breeze, whose history he praised, seemed the best fit. “We are a city based on redemption and recovery,” he said of the spot that also put 124 people to work. “Our veterans, they served the country; this is our opportunity to serve them.” CATCH officials confided they do not need to fill the 13 one-bedroom apartments and two efficiencies in order to have a decorated selectee begin to rejuvenate his or her existence, with each facility including central air conditioning, a washer and a dryer. A case manager will provide intense counseling, and van services also will aid the chosen figures in reaching their jobs or other spots. “This project is long overdue,” Nutter said before joining Pescatore, Johnson and Claudia Sherrod, executive director of South Philadelphia H.O.M.E.S. Inc., 1444 Point Breeze Ave., for the ribbon-cutting. “With individualized care plans, those whom CATCH will help will know how indebted we are to them.” Once the dignitaries had finished their chores, they listened to an assortment of patriotic songs courtesy of the choir from the Christopher Columbus Charter School, 1242-46 S. 13th St. “I think this house is going to be an amazing reminder of our need to remember that even if they slip up, these veterans are still our heroes,” Tim Jones, of Front and Christian streets, said. The Queen Village resident’s father, Cliff Jones, served in the Vietnam War, as did 47 percent of homeless veterans, according to the U.S. Interagency Council on the Homeless. Though his clan has not experienced homelessness, Tim Jones knows so many current overseers of freedom might not be as fortunate. “Freedom certainly isn’t free,” he said. “Like Nutter said, let’s give back.” SPR Contact Staff Writer Joseph Myers at jmyers@ southphillyreview.com or ext. 124. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/features.


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ture of Energy and Power” sculpture raising and block party 2 to 8 p.m. June 30 on the 2200 block of Fernon Street. 215222-6030. schuylkillbanks.org. commotionphilly.org. Lower Moyamensing Civic Association holds holds its education meeting 9 a.m. June 30 (e-mail for location). P.O. Box 37522. lomophilly@gmail.com. lomophilly.org. Newbold Neighbors Association holds a cleanup 10 a.m. and a tree pruning 11 a.m. June 30 at DiSilvestro Playground, 1701 S. 15th St. president@newboldneighbors.org. newboldneighbors.org. Palumbo Park, 723 Catharine St., hosts a cleanup 10 a.m. to noon June 30. palumbopark@googlegroups.com. Queen Village Neighbors Association holds its public relations and events meeting 7:30 p.m. July 2 at Weccacoe Playground, 405-25 Queen St. 215-3390975. info@qvna.org. qvna.org. South of South Neighborhood Association holds a neighborhood block cleanup 9 a.m. June 30 (retrieve supplies from block captains). 215-732-8446. andrewd@ southofsouth.org. southofsouth.org. Wharton Square Neighbors holds Oldies in the Park Summer Series featuring oldies music, line dancing and special guests 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursdays through Oct. 4 at the park, 2300 Wharton St. SPR

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A bartender was killed during a robbery at a Lower Moyamensing drinking spot early Sunday. By Amanda L. Snyder Review Managing Editor

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eorge J. Fox, 44, was always willing to lend a hand when needed. Thomas Barr, owner of T Barr’s Bar, 2201 S. Eighth St., had a void behind the bar Saturday night, as his scheduled bartender took off to attend a graduation party. Fox, a former employee, hadn’t mixed drinks at T Barr’s for about three years, Barr said. “He filled in as a favor for me and this is what the favor did for him,” Barr, a Mayfair resident, said. “It was assassination, not robbery. [The robber] didn’t even give him a chance.” The establishment’s five surveillance cameras captured the hooded assailant, who was wearing gloves, Barr said, noting

the attacker “whacked [Fox] in the head and started stabbing him” before snatching about $600 from the cash register. Fox, of the 1400 block of South Eighth Street, suffered stab wounds to his chest and arm at 1:14 a.m., according to police. He was pronounced dead within 11 minutes. “The people who have seen the crime they haven’t been able to sleep at night,” Barr, a native of 29th and Dickinson streets, said. “That’s how brutal it was. I’m glad I didn’t see it.” And the family — that includes his five children — is coping the best it can. Glenn Fox, the oldest of the offspring, hadn’t seen his father for about a year. “It’s definitely very rough,” the Northeast Philly resident said. “We didn’t have too much of a relationship with him, but, at the same time, in a situation like this, it’s very devastating.”

“Everyone has just been shocked,” Debbie DiAntonio, Fox’s girlfriend of 10 years, added. “You just can’t believe someone could do something like this.” The New York native who has spent most of her life in South Philly last spoke with him about two hours before his death. “He called me to make sure that I came home and I was safe,” she said of a 10:55 p.m. phone call on Saturday. “He called me and that was the last time I talked to him. He told me he was busy in the bar.” The location kept its doors shuttered Monday for investigators, and reopened Tuesday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., which will continue to be its hours of operation until Fox’s burial. After that, Barr plans to close by midnight. “I’ll never be open late again,” the 76-year-old said. “Period.”

Since January, the City has offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those who committed any homicide. The bar is offering an additional $1,000 reward and also is accepting donations at the bar for the family. “Someone has to know this guy,” Barr said of the offender. “Someone had to I think. Someone in that bar knew him.” To report information, call Homicide Division at 215-686-3334 or visit phillypolice.com/forms. Fox’s viewing will be held 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Mitchum-Wilson Funeral Home Inc., 1410 S. 20th St. SPR Contact Managing Editor Amanda L. Snyder at asnyder@southphillyreview.com or ext. 117. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/police-report.

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A Bella Vista producer, writer and director kicks off the 2012 conference of readings of playwrights’ works-in-progress with his own comedy-in-the-making. By Jess Fuerst Review Contributor

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n 1959, psychiatrist Milton Rokeach treated three patients who thought they were Jesus Christ. In 2012, Seth Rozin, of Ninth and Kimball streets, has written a play inspired by Rokeach’s study. “Basically [Rokeach] meets with each guy and then has the idea to bring them together, since, in the presence of each other, they’ll have no choice but to undo each other’s delusions,” Rozin said of his work-in-progress entitled “JC3.” “It’s a play of ideas inspired by this time in our lives where there is discussion of the disparity in the distribution of wealth and also … the polarization of society, with everyone claiming to have a solution: ‘Here’s what Jesus would say.’ “Personally, I get sick of being told by every faction — and since it’s obviously open to interpretation, they can’t all be right. It’s a comedy of ideas.” The play, which Rozin began writing a year ago, will be the opening reading 8 p.m. July 17 for the PlayPenn conference, which features nine readings and runs until July 22 at the Adrienne Theater. “Mine is a little different, It will only have had four hours of rehearsal, so less development than the other works and


Lifestyles it’s more about showcasing a local writer,” Rozin, who also has been the casting director for the PlayPenn event for the past five years, said. “The others will have had two weeks of development.” The completely free events will feature actors reading aloud the still-developing pieces. The staging varies depending on the choices of the playwright and the director, and can range from actors behind music stands to movement around the stage to represent different settings. “People will be surprised how much a reading stimulates the imagination and is fun, even more so than a finished work. With a production, you are evaluating the final piece and if it isn’t fully satisfying — where with a reading, a lot is left to your imagination,” Rozin said. “It allows the audience to fill in the locales, how it looks, with the staging as described. It may work better in a reading.” Rozin included a work in the event three years ago, entitled “Two Jews Walk Into a War,” which went on to have 10 different productions nationally. Rozin hopes for similar success for “JC3.” “This will be the first time I hear it in front of an audience, which is valuable in

so many ways,” Rozin said. “The single most important way [it is valuable] is that it’s a comedy, as was the last one, so I can gauge if it’s really working.” “I STARTED PERFORMING in elementary school and I loved it. I think by the time

last 25 years … and in April, … we’ll have a playwrights’ weekend to celebrate and renew the community of writers we have produced.” The South Philly community, which Rozin joined 12 years ago when he bought his Italian Market home, is another group of which he is proud to be a member. “I love it. I can’t imaging not living here,” the 48-year-old said. As usual, Rozin has many things in the works, including the upcoming reading during PlayPenn. However, he already has begun work on another piece, inspired by his driving experiences through the Mummers New Year’s Day festivities en route to his family’s gathering every year. “I’m hoping when it gets to the point of being done I can have a public reading and show it at some point in the South Philly community,” Rozin said. “It’s sort of suggestive about community and who we have. A lot of the Mummers — a lot of people — are part of an insular community, with a world view only a few blocks wide. But they have such a strong sense of belonging and family values and traditions. “But I want to write it in the spirit of fun for a Philly audience — not to be critical, but to be honest.” SPR

a writer. I had ideas and I spent a lot of my time working with other playwrights to help them write theirs. “When I started, I found that I have an ability and my plays were competitive, so I kept writing.” Two years after graduation Rozin began InterAct Theatre Co., of which he is still the artistic director. “… I had this idea to make a company that did a back-and-forth with many countries — a cultural exchange through theater. And our first tour was of five plays back to Ireland,” he said. “It isn’t what we ended up doing, that was the first season. But I started to learn what really interested me and excited me aesthetically and what was not being done in Philadelphia. By the third year, I had a much clearer idea of what I wanted to do.” This fall, InterAct is embarking on its 25th season. Rozin and his team have added some special events to the calendar to commemorate the occasion, in addition to their regular season. “We’re doing a season of four plays and we’re bringing back our most successful production, Tom Gibbons’ ‘Permanent Collection,’ which was a huge hit in 2003,” Rozin said. “Then we have two events to celebrate: On Oct. 1, we’ll celebrate the

‘When I started, I found that I have an ability and my plays were competitive, so I kept writing.’ - playwright Seth Rozin I got to high school, I already expected to do something in the theater,” Rozin said. “I was a visual artist at the time [of college] and by the time I graduated, I knew I wanted to have a company of my own at some point.” As an oil painter and pen-and-ink drawer, Rozin moved from the Main Line to attend the University of Pennsylvania to study history and theory of art. “Extracurricularly I was involved, primarily with Penn Players … mostly as an actor and director and producer,” Rozin, who graduated in 1998, said. “I didn’t write that much and I didn’t expect to be

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ewspapers engage in a ritual of suggesting light reading for the beach at the beginning of every summer. We tend to lean toward serious works during the rest of the year. For example, in winter you might find an American reading Robert Caro’s trilogy on Lyndon Johnson whereas that same person can be found reading “Lyndon Johnson: Shark Killer” on the beach. Your columnist feels it is his duty to provide you with some suggested beach books. To qualify, it must be available in paperback and easily read by Kate Gosselin. I believe the following list (not necessarily in order of intellectual difficulty) meets both of those requirements. “Letters to the Review” The readers get a chance to act as boorish as the columnist only with less humor. It is subtitled “Are All My Readers Named Anonymous?” “Overhauling Philly’s Property Tax” The series of cartoons showing the property-tax system was originally based on asking Vince Fumo for a voluntary contribution and then applying a mandatory tax on the rest of the city’s homeowners to make up the difference. The author believes reform failed because of Fumo’s current “inactivity” in politics. “The Future of Our Schools” An interesting look into the future of Philly’s school system in which the author predicts schools will be entirely privatized and run by multi-national corporations. Classes will be conducted in corporate boardrooms and Walmart’s backroom. All students will be required to wear pin-striped suits and briefcases will replace school bags. Among the required reading will be “Dr. Seuss’ Greenbacks and Spam.” A pre-school course for toddlers is offered on venture capitalism. “50 Very, Very Dark Shades of Darkest Dark” In this follow-up to the popular trilogy, Rihanna gets a chance to beat the hell out of Chris Brown. “Power Struggle” A fascinating account of the turmoil in the Eagles’ organization, it explains how Andy Reid crushed Joe Banner by sitting on him in Jeffrey Lurie’s office and forced Banner to resign.” “That 70s Show” A Flyers insider’s view of Ed Snider’s belief that it is still 1975 and his team just has won the Cup. See recent photos of Snider dressed in an Edwardian suit, kissing the

Cup and read about rumors that he asked an assistant the date of the next Jethro Tull concert. There also are accounts of Snider’s recent rants about the Cold War with those damned Soviets. “Tying the Knot” An instructional manual by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on tying knots like the one he used to secure the family dog to the roof of his car. Mitt’s famous sense of humor is in ample evidence as he jokes about “a knotty problem,” “ask knot what you do for your country” and responds to Obama’s allegations that he helped to ship American jobs overseas while heading Bain Capital by saying “knots to you.” “Compromising Positions” An aide tells how the president even loses to his staff in the poker games on Air Force One, even when they try to give him the game. “He compromises on everything,” claims one anonymous aide, citing the time Obama had lunch after the ninth hole with Speaker of the House John Boehner. “The president wanted iced tea and settled for half tea, half lemonade.” “What’s Wrong With Wusses?” A rebuttal to the Ed Rendell book “A Nation Of Wusses” by your columnist. In it, I detail how cowardice has paid off for me in a longer life and getting other people to take risks. There also is an admission by the columnist’s wife on how he cajoled her into donating him a kidney. “Not Another Jane Austen Novel” The author swears to never read another Austen novel, see “Masterpiece Classic” again, visit Austin, Texas, or go to a Ritz Theater where an Austen film is being shown. The author ends by ranting that Darcy and Elizabeth should have kissed before she wasted reading 200 pages of “the damn novel.” Hint: Not for lovers of “Pride and Prejudice.” “The Kardashians Find God” An account of how Kim and Khloe experience a spiritual reawakening during a $200 facial massage at a Beverly Hills salon. Both sisters wind up donating a very expensive pair of Espadrilles to a shelter for the homeless. “The Rise of Disney’s Pixar” It details how Pixar figured out that the public thirsts for two-hour cartoons, used the voices of out-of-work actors and wound up making a fortune. “We can film three or four sequels using the same scripts turned upside down and the audiences just eat them up,” according to one studio exec. “We even got away with using Craig Ferguson in “Brave” and he worked really cheap.” “My Wasted Life” Actor Paulie Shore brags about not having done anything of any redeeming social value, explains how he got the nickname “Paulie” and denies Andy Dick is just as worthless. SPR Comment at southphillyreview.com/opinion/ cardella.

A ‘Brave’ blunder

Princess Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) in Pixar’s “Brave” shows girls that they can shoot a bow and arrow, too.

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t may be clearer than ever that Pixar’s golden era went out with “Toy Story 3,” the jewel in the crown of an animation studio that ruled over its medium for 15 glorious years. But does “Brave,” Pixar’s new badass-Scottish-lass adventure, deserve to be flogged simply because it’s not “WALL·E”-level transcendent? Yes and no. Solid yet innocuous, moving yet minimally ambitious, this old-fashioned fantasy is an oxymoronic specimen, aiming for progressiveness while clinging to safe traditions. But it nevertheless offers something rarely seen in the world of toons: A mother-daughter tale that leaves the boys on the side. Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald) is your typical oppressed tomboy princess, a nervy athlete who’d rather fire arrows than follow the rules of her mother (voiced by Emma Thompson), a stern queen trying to marry Merida off. Before you can say “Mulan,” our free-thinking heroine is pulling an Ariel, consulting a shady witch to “change her fate.” What results is as zanily random as it is intentionally gendersubverting, and when not inducing yawns with lazy plot offshoots (the male characters simply holler and spar), the combo yields tender common ground for its feuding kinswomen. Directed by Pixar’s Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman, “Brave” follows Disney’s “Tangled” as a film in which hair proves a benchmark in animation’s evolution (Merida’s springy, scarlet locks are wondrous to behold). But, more importantly, the movie boasts Pixar’s first female lead, a separate benchmark many will view as a blown opportunity.

Andrews and Chapman may pilot their film to an affecting resolution, but their introductory scene of Merida triumphantly scaling a mountain (one of many moments with misty vistas), is hardly a promise that’s kept. “Brave” is an atmospheric jaunt with quirky flourishes, but its bound to leave the gals in the audience feeling a bit shortchanged. Whereas, say, “Up” presented a man with startling human complexity, Pixar’s unwittingly regressive 13th feature keeps things light and unchallenging, all while quietly waving a flag of feminism. Instead of passing women the ball, it merely throws them a bone.

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Recommended Rental The Hunter R Available Tuesday Willem Dafoe fans shouldn’t miss the eco-drama “The Hunter,” which sees the chameleonic actor take the lead as a sharpshooting mercenary, tasked to hunt down an endangered animal in Tasmania. Shot on location, the film is predominantly picturesque, and it ably blends environmental themes with taut conflict. Its scattered missteps are overshadowed by Dafoe, who gives a soulful performance as the noirish antihero. SPR Comment and see the trailers for this week’s movies at southphillyreview.com/arts-and-entertainment/movies.


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Celebration of Freedom Ceremony: 10-11 a.m. July 4. Free. Independence Hall, Sixth and Market streets. welcomeamerica.com. Philadelphia Independence Day Parade: 11a.m.-12:30 p.m. July 4. Throughout historic Philadelphia. welcomeamerica.com. Betsy’s Independence Day Bash: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. July 4. Free. Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch St. historicphiladelphia.org. Party on the Parkway: Noon-7 p.m. July 4. Free. Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 20th Street to Eakins Oval. welcomeamerica.com. Greg Fitzsimmons shows off his stand-up skills through June 30. Tickets: $12-$33. Helium Comedy Club, 2031 Sansom St. 215-496-9001. heliumcomedyclub.com. Go 4th and Learn about the Mummers helps children to gain knowledge of the costumed heroes 10 a.m.-2 p.m. June 28. The Mummers Museum, 1100 S. Second St. welcomeamerica.com. Wordfest at Fumo Branch: A Trio of Writers features three South Philadelphia natives reading from their works 6:15 p.m. June 28. Fumo Family Branch, 2437 S. Broad St. 215-685-1758. library.phila.gov. Taste of Philadelphia Concert and Fireworks Spectacular: 11 a.m.-10 p.m. June 30. Penn’s Landing, 301 S. Columbus Blvd. welcomeamerica.com. LMFAO with Far East Movement continues to emphasize being uninhibited 7 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $35-$99.50. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. 800-298-4200. comcasttix.com. Brad Paisley croons his country tunes 7 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $24.75-$62. Susquehanna Bank Center, 1 Harbour Blvd., Camden, N.J. 800-745-3000. livenation.com. Idina Menzel displays her Tony Award-winning voice 8 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $19.50-$95. Mann Center for the Performing Arts, 5201 Parkside Ave. 215-878-0400. manncenter.org. Yanni promotes New Age calm 8 p.m. June 30-July 1. Tickets: $35-$125. Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad St. 215-893-1999. academyofmusic.org. The Roots 4th of July Jam featuring Talib Kweli, Ground Up and Khemist share the stage 8 p.m. July 3. Tickets: $22-$25. Theatre of the Living Arts, 334 South St. 215-922-1011. livenation.com. Annunciation B.V.M. Church Barbecue celebrates Independence Day with fellowship and food 1-5 p.m. July 4. Cost: $10-$25. 10th and Dickinson streets. Mario, 215-519-1495.

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The Awesome Fest: Through June 30. Multiple locations. theawesomefest.com. Commotion Festival: Through June 30. Centered at Shiloh Baptist Church, 2040 Christian St. commotionphilly.org. Titanic and Its Enduring Stories: Through June 30. Parkway Central Branch, 1901 Vine St. 215-686-5322. library.phila.gov. Angels in America Part One: Milennium Approaches: Through July 1. Tickets: $19.50-$46. The Wilma Theater, 265 S. Broad St. 215-546-7824. wilmatheater.org. A Grand Night for Singing: Through July 1. Tickets: $35-$50. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215-574-3550. 800-982-2787. walnutstreettheatre.org. Tulipomania: Through July 1. Tickets: $29-$34. Arden Theatre Co., 40 N. Second St. 215-922-1122. ardentheatre.org. Hazard County: Through July 12. Tickets: $15-$27. Off-Broad Street Theater at First Baptist Church, 1636 Sansom St. 215-563-1100. azukatheatre.org. PA Burlesque Festival: Through July 1. Tickets: $25-$65. Theatre of the Living Arts, 334 South St. 215-922-1011. livenation.com. Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story: Through July 22. Tickets: $10-$75. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215-574-3550. walnutstreettheatre.org. Who Owns Ulysses? Joyce and Copyright: Through Aug. 26. Cost: Free$10. Rosenbach Museum & Library, 2008-2010 Delancey Place. 215-732-1600. Gauguin, Cézanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia: Through Sept. 3. Tickets: Free-$25. Philadelphia Museum of Art, 26th St. and the Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. 215-763-8100. philamuseum.org. The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen: Through Sept. 3. Tickets: Free-$14.50. National Constitution Center, 525 Arch St. 215-409-6700. constitutioncenter.org.

Philly 4th of July Jam and Grand Finale Fireworks features special guests Queen Latifah, Common, Joe Jonas and more 7-10 p.m. July 4. Free. Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 20th Street to Eakins Oval. A fireworks display set over the Philadelphia Museum of Art caps off the celebration. welcomeamerica.com.

Dead Sea Scrolls: Through Oct. 14. Tickets: Free$16.50. Franklin Institute, 20th St. and the Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. 215-448-1200. fi.edu. Trail of the Lorax: Through Oct. 31. Tickets: Free$18. Philadelphia Zoo, 3400 W. Girard Ave. 215-2435336. philadelphiazoo.org. Norah Jones: 7:30 p.m. June 28. Tickets: $29.50$59.50. Mann Center for the Performing Arts, 5201 Parkside Ave. 215-878-0400. manncenter.org. Teen Scene: 2 p.m. June 28. Thomas F. Donatucci Sr. Branch, 1935 Shunk St. 215-685-1755. library.phila.gov. Teen Thursday: 2 p.m. June 28. South Philadelphia Branch, 1700 S. Broad St. 215-685-1866. library.phila.gov. Game Day Thursdays: 3 p.m. June 28. Thomas F. Donatucci Sr. Branch, 1935 Shunk St. 215-685-1755. library.phila.gov. LEGOs at the Library: 3 p.m. June 28. Whitman Branch, 200 Snyder Ave. 215-685-1754. library.phila.gov. Knit and Sip: 6:30 p.m. June 28. South Philadelphia Branch, 1700 S. Broad St. 215-685-1866. library.phila.gov. Aleko: 7:30 p.m. June 28. Free. Academy of Vocal Arts, 1920 Spruce St. 215-280-4824. russianoperaworkshop.com. Kaskade with Alvin Risk, Fare Oh and Kap Slap: 7:30 p.m. June 28. Tickets: $35. Festival Pier, Columbus Blvd. and Spring Garden St. 800-745-3000. livenation.com.

Retox: 7:30 p.m. June 28. Tickets: $8-$10. The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St. 215-922-6888. thetroc.com. Street Music Under the Stars presents Uptown: 8 p.m. June 28. Free. Mummers Museum, Second St. and Washington Ave. 215-336-3050. Portland Senator: 9 p.m. June 28. Tickets: $8-$10. Milkboy, 1100 Chestnut St. 215-925-6455. milkboyphilly.com. Splintered Sunlight: Grateful Dead Tribute: 9 p.m. June 28. Tickets: $6-$8. The Blockley, 3801 Chestnut St. 215-222-1234. theblockley.com. Go 4th and Learn about Animals: 10 a.m.-noon June 29. Free. Philadelphia Zoo, 3400 W. Girard Ave. welcomeamerica.com. Taste of Philadelphia Kickoff with Jazz and Blues on the Waterfront: 5-9 p.m. June 29. Free. Penn’s Landing, 301 S. Columbus Blvd. welcomeamerica.com. All Tchaikovsky Spectacular with Fireworks: 8 p.m. June 29. Tickets: $12.50-$49.50. Mann Center for the Performing Arts, 5201 Parkside Ave. 215-878-0400. manncenter.org. In the Dark: Radiolab Live with Pilobolus, Demetri Martin and Thao Nguyen: 8 p.m. June 29. Tickets: $37-$50. Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad St. 215-893-1999. academyofmusic.org. Umphrey’s McGee and G. Love: 8 p.m. June 29. Tickets: $29.50. Electric Factory, 421 N. Seventh St. 800-745-3000. electricfactory.info.

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Columbus Boulevard at Walnut Street. delawarriverevents.com. Girls Rock Philly: 7 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $15. The Tin Angel, 20 S. Second St. 215-928-0770. tinangel.com. The Early November: 7:30 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $20-$22. The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St. 215-922-6888. thetroc.com. Shawn Colvin: 7:30 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $50. World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. 215-222-1400. worldcafelive.com. Philly Gumbo: 8 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $10. World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. 215-222-1400. worldcafelive.com. Tenacious D: 8 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $45. Festival Pier, Columbus Blvd. and Spring Garden St. 800745-3000. livenation.com. Super Scooper All-you-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival: Noon-5 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. June 30-July 1. Cost: $7. Walnut West Parking Lot, Columbus Boulevard and Walnut Street. welcomeamerica.com. South Philly native Dom Irrera: 9 p.m. June 30. Tickets: $35.75$51.25. Tropicana Showroom, 2831 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, N.J. ticketmaster.com.

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Asian International Smokeless Barbeque: 600 Washington Ave., 215-599-8844, $

Coffee/Café/Sweets Anthony’s Coffee House: 903 S. Ninth St., italiancoffeehouse.com, 215-627-2586, $

French Creperie Beau Monde: 624 S. Sixth St., 215-592-0656, creperie-beaumonde.com, $

Greek/Middle Eastern Cafe Fulya: 727 S. Second St., 267909-9937, cafefulya.com, $$ Dmitri’s: 795 S. Third St., 215-6250556, $$

International New Wave Cafe: 784 S. Third St., 215-922-8484, newwavecafe.com, $$ The Irish Times: 629 S. Second St., 215-923-1103, $$

Mexican Paloma: 763 S. Eighth St., 215-9289500, palomafinedining.com, $$$

Seafood Anastasi’s: 1101 S. Ninth St., 215462-0550, phillyitalianmarket.com/ market/anastasi_seafood, $$

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Italian Chiarella’s Ristorante: 1603 E. Passyunk Ave., 215-334-6404, chiarellasristorante.com, $$

High Note Cafe: 1549 S. 13th St., 215-755-8903, francoandluigis. com, $$ La Fourno: 636 South St., 215-6279000, lafourno.com, $$ Mamma Maria Ristorante: 1637 E. Passyunk Ave., 215-463-6884, mammamaria.info, $$$ Marra’s: 1734 E. Passyunk Ave., 215463-9249, marrasone.com, $$ Pizzeria Pesto: 1925 S. Broad St., 215-271-6840, pizzeriapesto.com, $$ Ristorante Pesto: 1915 S. Broad St., 215-336-8380, ristorantepesto. com, $$ Villa di Roma: 936 S. Ninth St., 215-592-1295, $$

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Center City's Shake Shack from New York restaurateur Danny Meyer is the latest burger joint to join the local dining scene. S ta f f P h o t o b y G r e g B e z a n i s

Shake Shack fries are the best in the city. Sandy ordered a single ShackBurger ($4.55) with lettuce, tomato and American cheese. We agreed the burgers are so small Edward could easily eat at least three of them. Homemade iced tea ($2.40) for a large, unsweetened one was freshly brewed and delightful on a hot summer evening. Since Shake Shack does not stock lemon wedges, a woman at the counter gave me a cup of their homemade lemonade that I poured into my tea. It was delicious — I made an Arnold Palmer. The lemonade on its own was not at all sweet and wonderfully tart and refreshing. I love the burgers at Rouge, The London Grill, Moriarty’s Pub and Cavanaugh’s Res-

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taurant. They are plump and juicy. Shake Shack’s dare to be small and that’s OK, but I doubt I will return. The line to get in snaked around the block by 6:15 p.m. I wondered if the customers, mostly college students, were first-timers or return visitors. One tip of the toque to Shake Shack. SPR

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Italian Caffe Valentino: 1245-49 S. Third St., 215-336-3033, caffevalentino. com, $$

Seafood Snockey’s Oyster and Crab House: 1020 S. Second St., 215339-9578, snockeys.com, $$

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Broad Street Diner: 1135 S. Broad St., 215-334-1611, $$ Diner at the Plaza: 43 Snyder Ave., 215-755-7899, $$ Melrose Diner: 1501 Snyder Ave., 215-467-6644, $ Morning Glory Diner: 735 S. 10th St., 215-413-3999, morningglorydiner.com, $ Oregon Diner: 302 Oregon Ave., 215-462-5566, oregondinerphilly. com, $$ Penrose Diner: 2016 Penrose Ave., 215-465-1097, penrosediner.com, $$ South Street Diner: 140 South St., 215-627-5258, southstreetdiner. com, $ SPR

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Millie’s Luncheonette & Ice Cream: 1441 W. Shunk St., 215-4678553, $ Philadium: 1631 Packer Ave., 215271-5220, philitavernrestaurant.com, $ Talk of the Town: 3020 S. Broad St., 215-551-7277, talkofthetowncheesesteaks.com, $

5:30 p.m. A hostess hands you a menu and you make your way through a winding lane much as you would in a bank. You step up to the gleaming, stainless steel open kitchen and order just as you would at McDonald’s or Burger King except Shake Shack has a license to sell beer and wine. We landed a table for two in the back of the restaurant where we could watch sports on TV. There are a few booths and high tops as well. As soon as I lifted the tray I realized these burgers are on the small size. I ordered the single SmokeShack ($6.25), which consisted of a grilled patty made with a mix of sirloin and brisket nestled in a waxed paper mitt. It was topped with a small piece of Niman Ranch all-natural Applewood smoked bacon, which is the brand I buy, a smidgen of American cheese, chopped cherry peppers, which added a bit of a kick, and ShackSauce, a thin Russian dressing. When I bite into a juicy burger, I want some juices dribbling down my chin. This did not happen. The burger was just OK. The crinkle-cut french fries ($2.65) however, were glorious. Made with Yukon Gold potatoes, they were totally free of grease, slightly crunchy outside and imparted a marvelous, almost creamy potato texture inside. “They remind me of the cups of crinklecut fries we would buy on the Boardwalk,” I said to Sandy.

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ore than 60 years ago, a woman named Estée Lauder sauntered into Saks Fifth Avenue armed with a perfume that would eventually lead to an international cosmetics empire. Lauder “accidentally” spilled some Youth Dew and people wanted to know where they could purchase the fragrance. Lauder, who lived to a ripe old age, was famous for creating excitement. Following her philosophy in the world of restaurants often leads to success. Stephen Starr has been doing this for many years. In New York City, it is Danny Meyer. I first met Meyer years ago at his Union Square Café. Meyer is a hands-on entrepreneur. He enjoys working his way through the dining room, greeting his long-time friends and meeting new people. His organization has won 25 James Beard Awards. Although Meyer is famous for the up-scale, he created quite a culinary storm eight years ago when he opened a burger joint called Shake Shack in Manhattan. Shake Shacks are in many American cities with more planned. A few weeks ago, Shake Shack opened at 20th and Sansom streets. Every time we drove by, there was a long line down the block just to get into this fast-food restaurant. I had to see for myself what all of the fuss was about. Why would people wait in line in the unbearable heat for burgers, fries, hot dogs, shakes and iced tea? Fortunately for Sandy and me, there was no line to get into Shake Shack around


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hot sauce. But, the recipes in this charming and informative book are perfect for our nation’s birthday. Celebrate the Fourth of July in style. It will probably be hot, but who cares? Stay indoors and prepare something hot and tasty. The quotes in this book are marvelous. For example, Dorothy Parker, one of my favorite writers, said “I like to have a martini, two at the very most — after three I’m under the table, after four, I’m under the host.”

Spicy Martini Ingredients: 2 ounces of gin 1/4 ounce of dry vermouth 1/2 teaspoon of hot sauce Slice of fresh jalapeño chile, for garnish Directions: Fill a cocktail shaker with ice cubes and add the gin, vermouth and hot sauce. Shake for 10 seconds and then strain into a martini glass. Garnish with the jalapeño slice. Serves one.

Grilled Pork Tenderloin Ingredients: 1/4 cup of bourbon 1/4 cup of soy sauce 1/4 cup of vegetable oil

1/4 cup of brown sugar 2 tablespoons of hot sauce 3 tablespoons of Dijon 1 teaspoon of fresh ginger, minced 3 garlic cloves, crushed 2 pork tenderloins (about 2 pounds total) Directions: Combine the first eight ingredients in a bowl. Place the pork in a shallow baking dish. Pour the marinade over the pork, turning to coat. Cover the baking dish and marinate overnight in the refrigerator. Arrange a grill rack four inches from the heat. Lightly oil the rack and prepare a medium-fire in a charcoal or gas grill. Grill the tenderloins until they have reached 165 degrees in the center. Baste with the marinade for the first few minutes of cooking. Serves six.

Mango Salsa Ingredients: 2 ripe mangos, peeled, seeded and diced 1 small red onion, finely diced 1/2 of red bell pepper, finely diced 1/2 cup of fresh cilantro, chopped 1 to 2 teaspoons of hot sauce Juice of 2 limes Pinch of kosher salt

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Vietnamese Cabbage Slaw Ingredients: 1/4 cup of rice wine vinegar 2 tablespoons of hot sauce 2 tablespoons of soy sauce 2 tablespoons of toasted sesame oil 6 cups of green cabbage, shredded 2 carrots, julienned 1 cup of bean sprouts 1 bunch of scallions, thinly sliced 1/2 cup of fresh cilantro, chopped 1 teaspoon of fresh ginger, minced 1/2 cup of roasted peanuts, chopped Directions: Whisk the first three ingredients in a large bowl. Add the oil. Blend well. Add all of the remaining ingredients, except the peanuts, and blend well. Let stand at room temperature for at least 30 minutes. Top with the peanuts before serving. Serves six. SPR Comment at southphillyreview.com/food-anddrink/features


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LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22): A sudden realization about a past issue serves as motivation to adopt a healthy habit. Responses to situations are outdated and don’t serve you. Someone who has been there will offer support if asked. Lucky number: 630. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22): You may have to s finalize travel plans and get on the road. Advancing a relationship depends on you making a stronger commitment. Lucky number: 762.

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LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22): Popularity will seem to come out of the blue. Don’t question this desirable development. Approaching an influential person with suggestions for working together could lead to a new path. Lucky number: 613. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21): An agreement ref garding living space will favor you by taking a firm stand. Don’t waste energy trying to convince someone of your position. Lucky number: 296.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21): Seductive g powers are heightened today. Trying them out on someone who is normally considered out of your league could be quite successful. Expressing confidence will reveal what a catch you are. Lucky number: 347.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19): A change in h scenery and company does wonders. New sensual experiences along the journey may freshen outlook. Lucky number: 053.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18): Tension could A escalate at home if you don’t keep cool. Don’t get pulled into the chaos. Fulfill responsibilities quickly and diligently. Lucky number: 968.

PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20): Alienation will S give way to a sense of belonging. The disclosure of a secret suddenly makes everything look more promising. You will find out that you are not alone when someone divulges a similar conviction. Lucky number: 428.

ARIES (March 21 to April 20): Look to home for D a novel way to make extra cash. Consider a yard sale or beginning a home business, but you also may think of something unique. Lucky number: 189.

TAURUS (April 21 to May 20): This is a good day for making intentions known. If this person needs F prompting, spelling out desires will force your amorous in-

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sharpshooter led Temple University with 17.3 points per game, finishing third among Atlantic 10 Conference scorers. A First Team league honoree, he also displayed his durability by logging 36.6 minutes per duel and helped his Owls to qualify for the Big Dance, where they bowed out in the second round. The website nbadraft.net last week projected the local product as the 58th overall pick by the Minnesota Timberwolves, with the Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks and 76ers also rumored to have interest. The two-round draft begins 7 tonight live on ESPN. SPR

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n restaurants, hungry patrons rely on waiters to sate their cravings. Tonight at Newark, N.J.’s Prudential Center, a famished team will select Dion Waiters to end its yearning for victories. Prognosticators are expecting the 20-year-old former Syracuse University guard to be an NBA Draft lottery pick, guaranteeing the product of 19th and Carpenter streets a chance to transform a woebegone franchise into a contender. The 6-foot-4 baller declared for the draft March 26, leaving his New York-based institution after two years. Numerous mock boards feature his name among the first 14 future millionaires who will receive congratulatory handshakes from Commissioner David Stern, but regardless of the designated moment when he is to offer his right hand, Waiters figures to be a consistent contributor. According to nba.com, four squads are strongly courting the speedster to help to restore their postseason presence. The site provides an analysis of players’ probable destinations, and Waiters appears most frequently in the eighth position. If that holds, he would become a Toronto Raptor and would hope to take his unit from an also-ran to a playoff participant. Should he not end up having to venture to Canada, three Western Conference teams appear in the hunt. The Portland Trail Blazers hold the 11th spot, the Phoenix Suns rest in the 13th slot and the Houston Rockets occupy the 14th space. Whichever club tabs him as a possible savior, it will add, according to the site, a “great athlete,” a “good passer” and a provider of “instant offense.” Syracuse fans often witnessed his penchant for pyrotechnics this year, as he fully accepted his role as coach Jim Boeheim’s top substitute. Finishing second on the Orange in scoring at 12.6 points per game, he earned the Big East Conference’s Sixth Man of the Year award and a third-team all-league selection. In just over 24 minutes per contest, he also tallied 2.5 assists, 2.3 rebounds and 1.8 steals, proving his

versatility and frustrating opponents with his quickness and composure. He and his mates won a school-record 34 games, held the nation’s top ranking for six weeks, claimed the regular season conference title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s East Regional Final. Only two days after his sophomore season concluded, the South of South native thanked the Syracuse family and caused scouts to drool even more. Waiters has had to grow accustomed to onlookers’ stupefied looks. He honed his game at Chew Playground, 18th Street and Washington Avenue, as a youth and began his secondary playing days at Connecticut’s South Kent School after brief enrollment at South Philadelphia High School, 2101 S. Broad St. Waiters put his full potential on display as a junior and senior at New Jersey’s Burlington Life Center Academy, where he was ranked 15th overall in ESPNU’s Class of 2010 and held the No. 2 shooting guard distinction in the ESPN 100. His collegiate tenure included an increased commitment to defense, a trait that would certainly help him if he were to have to face the Western Conference’s top scorers, including the Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant and the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant.


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The South Philadelphia Hurricanes Pop Warner Football Cheer program is looking for coaches for the 2012 season. Call coach Terry Bennett, 215-439-7653.

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Barry Playground, 18th and Johnston streets, will host a junior tennis tournament 10 a.m. July 7. Coed divisions will be 8 and under, 10 and under and 12 and under. Cost is $25 and the day will include prizes, awards and snacks. Parent volunteers are sought. Register at thespta@hotmail.com, or call 215-528-0196.

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Ten percent of the highest bid for each property auctioned off shall be deposited in cash, certified check, attorney’s check or money order with the Sheriff by each bidder when his bid is registered, provided that in no case shall less than Six Hundred Dollars ($600.00) be deposited, otherwise upon failure or refusal to make such deposit, the bidder shall lose all benefit of his bid and the property may be immediately offered again and sold unless a second bid has been registered, then, the second highest bidder will take the property at the highest bid price. Additionally, where there is active bidding, the highest bidder, and the second highest bidder, if any must post the entire amount of the cost of the distribution policy for the property at the time of sale by cash, certified check, attorney’s check or money order with the Sheriff. The balance of the purchase money must be deposited in cash, certified check, attorney’s check or money order together with a Deed poll for execution by the highest bidder to the Sheriff at his office within 30 days from the time of the sale. An extension of time for an additional 30 days may be granted at the discretion of the Sheriff upon receipt of written request from the buyer requesting the same, except when a second bidder has been duly registered. Also, if the first bidder does not complete settlement with the Sheriff within the thirty (30) day time limit and a second bid was registered at the sale, the second bidder shall be granted the same thirty (30) day time limit to make settlement with the Sheriff on his second bid. Thereafter, the Sheriff shall be at liberty to return the writ to court. A second bid must be registered on any property immediately after it is sold. The second bidder must present the same amount of deposit that the highest bidder delivers to the Sheriff at the sale. An extension of time under no circumstances will be granted or honored by the Sheriff whenever a second bid is registered on a property at the sale. The first bid or opening bid on each property shall be a sum sufficient to pay all Sheriff’s costs including advertising, all taxes, water rents and municipal claims due to the City of Philadelphia. If there is no other bid price above the opening bid price, the property shall be sold by the auctioneer to the attorney on the writ at that price. The deposit by any bidder who fails to comply with the above conditions of sale shall be forfeited and the funds will be applied to the Sheriff’s cost, then to any municipal claims that the City of Philadelphia has on the property. Finally, if a balance still remains, a Sheriff’s Distribution Policy will be ordered and the money will be distributed accordingly. No personal checks, drafts or promises to pay will be accepted in lieu of cash, certified checks, attorney’s checks or money orders

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made payable to the Sheriff of Philadelphia County. The Sheriff reserves the right to grant further extensions of time to settle and further reserves the right to refuse bids from bidders who have failed to enter deposits on their bids, failed to make settlement, or make fraudulent bids, or any other behavior which causes disruption of the Sheriff Sale. Said bidders shall be so refused for the sale in which said behavior occurred and for said further period of time as the Sheriff in his discretion shall determine. The Sheriff will not acknowledge a deed poll to any individual or entity using an unregistered fictitious name and may, at his discretion, require proof of identity of the purchaser or the registration of fictitious names. The bid of an unregistered fictitious name shall be forfeited as if the bidder failed to meet the terms of sale. All bidders are advised to remain at the sale until after the last property is sold. The Sheriff reserves the right to re-sell any property at any time before the end of the sale, upon the successful bidders’ failure to tender the required deposit. The Sheriff reserves the right to postpone or stay the sale of any property in which the attorney 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) “brtweb.phila. gov” for a fuller description of the properties listed. Properties can be looked up by the BRT number – which should be cross checked with the address. Prospective purchasers are also directed to the Room 154 City Hall, 215-6861483 and to its website “philadox. phila.gov” and to its website at http://philadox.phila.gov where they can view the deed to each individual property and find the boundaries of the property. PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE NATURE, LOCATION, CONDITION AND BOUNDARIES OF THE PROPERTIES THEY SEEK TO PURCHASE. 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 information about the property from the BRT website. Effective Date: July 7, 2006

The letters C.P., Court of Common Pleas; O.C., Orphans’ Court; Q.S., Court of Quarter Sessions; C.C., County Court - indicate the Court out of which the writ of execution issues under which the sale is made: S. 1941. 223. means September Term, 1941. 223, the term and number of the docket entry; the figures following show the amount of debt; and the name following is that of the attorney issuing the writ. Attention is called to the provisions of Act No.104, approved July 27, 1955, which requires owners of properties which are used, designed or intended to be used by three or more families, or of commercial establishments which contain one or more dwelling units, to deliver to the buyers of such properties a use registration permit at the time of settlement, under certain terms and conditions. Sheriff Sales are not subject to provisions of the said Act and the Sheriff will, therefore, not deliver use registration permits in connection with any sales conducted by him. Very truly yours, JEWELL WILLIAMS Sheriff City and County of Philadelphia

No. 02433 $121,271.64 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-472 2112 Church Ln 19138 17th wd. row 2 sty, masonry, 3173.2 sq. ft. BRT#171239500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WAGNER DAVID C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02412 $94,895.78 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-471 115-123 S. 46th St. 19139 46th wd. On northeast corner of 46th & Sansom Streets, 104’ of northerly Sansom St, front: 46’4 OPA#601073600 Improvements: Commercial Property 2ND CHANCE REALTY LLC C.P. April Term, 2008 No. 02727 $1,066,672.09 Kerry S. Schuman, Esq. 1207-470 4622 Vankirk St. 19135 41st wd. 1215.96 sq. ft. BRT#411093200 Improvements: Residential Real Estate JOSE PEREZ C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 01863 $79,734.55 Stern & Eisenberg, PC 1207-469 6822-24 Old York Rd 19126 61st wd. wd 2 sty masonry, 2818 sq. ft. OPA#611202301 Improvements: Commercial Property LITTLE KINGDOM LAND, INC C.P. December Term, 2006 No. 1881 $199,079.99 Matthew A. Lipman, Esquire 1207-468 4253 N. 8th St. 19140 43rd wd. Land area 1045.69 sq. ft., improvement area 1252 sq. ft. BRT#433352900 ANDRE RICHARDSON C.P. March Term, 2010 1647 $244,800.00 David Banks, Esq., Banks & Banks 1207-325 3119 Unruh Ave. 19149 55th wd. 1760 sq. ft. BRT#551155700 Improvements: Residential Property PAMELA BURGER AND DAVID W. BURGER C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 02885 $168,881.29 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-324 5321 Charles St. 19124 62nd f/k/a part of 23rd wd. 2325 sq. ft. BRT#622289700 Improvements: Residential Property TONIA N. DAVIS C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 01075 $53,427.64 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-323 256 E. Cheltenham Ave. 19120 61st wd. 2600 sq. ft. BRT#611473400 Improvements: Residential Property LINDA D. HARRIS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02585 $85,709.64 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-322 1165 Atwood Rd. 19151 34th wd. 1240 sq. ft. BRT#344328400 Improvements: Residential Property NAKIA M. FERIBEE C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 02298 $74,349.92 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-321 163 N. 51st St. 44th wd. Beginning point: Situate on the east side of 51st St at the distance of 470 ft, northward from the north side of Arch st in the 44th Ward of the city of Philadelphia, row 2 sty masonry Subject to Mortgage: Yes No JACOB HASIS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 03448

$48,297.78 Katherine E. Knowlton 1207-320 3521 G St. 33rd wd. Beginning point: Situate on the east side of G St at the distance of 158 ft, 6 in northward from the north side of Tioga St., row 2 sty masonry Subject to Mortgage JULIAN CANALES C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 01857 $67,963.69 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-319 8439 Lynnewood Rd. 50th wd. Beginning point: Situate on the northeast side of Lynnewood Rd (50 ft wide) at the distance of 475 ft northwest from the northwest side of Wadsworth Ave., s/d w b/g 2s masonry Subject to Mortgage: DEBORAH A. GUYTON AND MICHAEL GUYTON C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 01853 $180,519.40 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-318 415 Brown St. 19123 5th wd. 1200 sq. ft., row 3 story masonry BRT#056153260 Improvements: Residential Dwelling STEPHEN PINA AND JANET A. PINA C.P. August Term, 2011 No 001881 $452,306.02 Federman & Associates, LLC 1207-317 7224 Ditman St. 19135 41st wd. Row home w/basement & garage, 2 story with masonry BRT#412356000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ISMAEL APONTE AND LILIANA APONTE C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 01812 $110,787.97 Federman & Associates, LLC 1207-316 6404 Algon Ave. 19111 35th wd. 2 story masonry, 1452 sq. ft. BRT#531211500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANTHONET CUTHBERTWHITE AKA AUTHONET CUTHBERT-WHITE C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 003507 $188,622.61 Federman & Associates, LLC 1207-315 605 W. Medary Ave. 19126 61st f/k/a 12th wd. On northerly side of Medary St, 50 ft wide at the distance of 231’6 southeastwardly from northeast corner of interesection of 7th St, front: 60’, on a radius of 1294.185 ft, thence extending eastwardly along the said Medary Ave on the same curve & radius a distance of 80 feet BRT#611310900 CHERYL DAVIS C.P. March Term, 2011 No. 02321 $334,162.07 Louis P. Vitti, Esq. 1207-314 4964 Penway St. 19124 23rd wd. 1568 sq. ft. BRT#233094000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling YOLANDA ROSS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 004554 $85,164.51 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel 1207-313 1023 Bridge St. 19124 23rd wd. 1896 sq. ft. BRT#234185700 Improvements: Residential Property DARRYL SARGENT C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 001827 $105,409.00 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-312 9437 Fairgreen Ln 19114 57th wd. 1847 sq. ft.

BRT#572197410 Improvements: Residential Property ALLA KANTAROVICH AND YAKOV KANTAROVICH C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 003279 $150,383.70 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-311 312 E. Clarkson Ave, 2nd floor 19120 42nd wd. Apt 2-4 Units 2Sty Masonr;3265.55 sq. ft. BRT#421231000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling CARLOS RUIZ C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 02819 $36,957.69 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-310 631 Washington Ave. 19147 2nd wd. Row 3 sty masonry, 2112 sq. ft. BRT#021145200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LEE QUACH C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 00177 $272,713.33 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-309 9733 Morefield Rd. 19115 58th wd. Det w/bas gar 2 sty frame; 7704 sq. ft. BRT#581204900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DEBRA BEVAN AND JOHN H. BEVAN, JR C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03263 $282,070.38 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-308 232 Daly St. 19148 39th wd. Row 2 sty masonry; 1400 sq. ft. BRT#391099800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling FLORENCE CLOSKY C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01160 $117,078.74 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-307 5306 Cedar Ave 19143 46th wd. Row 2 sty, masonry; 3030 sq. ft. BRT#462058801 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DENISE WHITE C.P. June Term, 2011 No. 01938 $107,356.77 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-306 6014 Spring St. 19139 34th wd. row 2 sty, masonry; 1639 sq. ft. BRT#341023000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling GLADYS A. PETERS C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 03074 $38,555.54 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-305 305 Manton St. 2nd wd. 1632 sq. ft. BRT#021278400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MINNIE R. WESTBROOK-CEASAR AKA MINNIE R. WESTBROOK-CAESAR C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 2965 $281,181.82 Gregory Javardian 1207-304 21 N. Lindenwood St. 19139 1188 sq. ft. BRT#44115100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling GERALD J. ANDERWS, JR. C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 03284 $59,257.66 Gregory Javardian 1207-303 1338 s. 56th St. 19143 51st wd. 1147.50 sq. ft. BRT#513144500 Improvements: Residential Property ANDREA C. TAYLOR C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 03165 $42,415.05 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-302 3657 Old York Rd. 19140 43rd wd. 1687.56 sq. ft. BRT#432160100 Improve-

NOTICE OF SCHEDULE OF DISTRIBUTION The Sheriff will file in his office, The Land Title Building, 100 South Broad Street, 5th Floor, a Schedule of Distribution Thirty (30) Days from the date of Real Estate sold on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Distribution will be made in accordance with the Schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. N.B. - For the benefit of our non-professional readers who do not understand the meaning of the letters and figures following the defendant’s names, we make the following. EXPLANATION The name first appearing in each notice is that of the defendant in the writ whose property is being sold. All Writs are Writs of Executions.

SHERIFF’S SALE OF Tuesday, July 10, 2012 1207-427 4113 Roosevelt Blvd 19124 23rd wd. 1728 sq. ft. BRT#233016200 Improvements: Residential Property C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04478 $129,098.64 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-426 2165 Haworth St. 19124 62nd wd. 2115 sq. ft. BRT#622035515 Improvements: Residential Property C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 02137 $111,365.79 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-444 4604 Rising Sun Ave. 19140 42nd wd. 1024.32 sq. ft. OPA# 422349600 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Property JEFFREY A. GOLD C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 000609 $38,430.16 Brett A. Solomon, Michael C. Mazack 1207-475 4948 Saul St. 19124 23rd wd. Apartment 2-4 units, 2 sty masonry, 2659.41 sq. ft. BRT#234254600 Subject to Mortgage Subject to Rent Improvements: Residential Dwelling NO AGENT PROPERTIES, LLC C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 02114 $110,375.71 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-474 1315 Webster St. 19147 2nd wd. Row 3 sty, masonry, 2272 sq. ft. BRT#022232300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARLENE RYDER C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 01143 $114,893.90 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-473 4303 Teesdale St. 19136 41st wd. Row b/gar 2 sty masonry; 1953.5 sq. ft. BRT#412100600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WILLIAM FURRY C.P. September Term, 2010


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ments: Residential Property VERONICA WARD C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 00874 $116,976.66 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-301 6647 Crowson St. 19119 22nd wd. 1665 sq. ft. BRT#221241000 Improvements: Residential Property EDWARD W. JONES, JR. C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 04198 $122,241.74 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-350 932 Lindley Ave. 49th wd. Beginning point: South side of Lindley Ave & the distance of 50 ft, 1-1/4 eastward from the east side of 10th St, row b/gar 2 sty, masonry Subject to Mortgage D. STEWART CONSTRUCTION REMODELERS, LLC AND DWAYNE STEWART C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 03035 $140,247.23 Chandra M. Arkema, Esquire 1207-349 1300 E. Columbia Ave. 18th wd. Beginning Point: S W C Thompson St; Row 3 sty, masonry Subject to Mortgage JOSEPH M. MCNICHOLS C.P. August Term, 2011 No. 03688 $268,333.90 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-348 4559 Aldine St. 41st wd. Beinning Point: 471’ 4 1/2 SE Jackson; Row B/Gar 2 Sty Masonry Subject to Mortgage FATOUMATA TOURE AND TEGIDANKAY KALLON C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 02225 $127,166.51 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-347 7324 Ogontz Ave. 50th f/k/a part of the 42nd wd. Beginning Point: 700 ft 8 in on the westerly side of Ogontz Ave; semi/ det 2.5 sty masonr Subject to Mortgage SUSIE A. TWEEDY C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01502 $200,535.24 Chandra M. Arkema, Esquire 1207-346 135 Jamestown St. 21st wd. Beginning Point: 38’6 E Apple St, row 3 sty stone Subject to Mortgage JOSEPH D. FREDERICKSDORF C.P. March Term, 2011 No. 02720 $231,762.60 Chandra M. Arkema, Esquire 1207-345 1521 S. Ringgold St. 36th wd. 143’ S of Dickinson, Row 2 sty masonry Subject to Mortgage RICHARD A. CURRO AND THOMAS ESPOSITO C.P. November Term, 2012 No. 03595 $63,772.63 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-344 5501 Litchfield St. 51st wd. NW COR 55th st, row conv/ apt 2sty masonry Subject to Mortgage WILLIE M. NEAL, JR., AND CLARA H. NEAL C.P. June Term, 2011 No. 00363 $63,512.05 Chandra M. Arkema, Esquire 1207-343 3828 Pearson Ave. 19114 57th wd. 3,825 sq. ft. BRT#572151900 Improvements: Residential Property JOSEPH J. GRIECO AND KATHLEEN HAMER C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 01352 $251,780.88 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-342 1711 Titan St. 36th wd. Beginning point: Situate on

the north side of Titan St commencing at the distance of 155 ft westward from the west side of 17th St in the 36th ward of the city of Philadelphia, row b/gar 2 sty masonry Subject to Mortgage Subject to Rent ROCK DOVE PROPERTIES, LLC, KENNETH W. LANGE AND JAMES C. YOUNG C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 01065 $243,010.70 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-341 12766 Minden Rd 19154 66th wd. 2308.51 sq. ft. BRT#663334900 Improvements: Residential Property TANYA GREENLEY AND JAMES MOKSHEFSKY C.P. March Term, 2011 No. 00539 $302,992.56 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-340 620 Van Kirk St. 19120 35th wd. 1280 sq. ft. BRT#352102200 Improvements: Residential Property NELIA TORRES C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 02286 100,151.30 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-339 4744 N. Mascher St. 19120 42nd wd. 1207.30 sq. ft. BRT#422366300 Improvements: Residential Property NOEMI E. MELENDEZ C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03561 74,994.70 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-338 616 League St. 19147 2nd wd. 528 sq. ft. BRT#021134100 Improvements: Residential Property LEE QUACH C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 01610 184,702.32 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-337 2000 Rosalie St. 19135 41st wd. 2228.29 sq. ft. BRT#411082000 Improvements: Residential Property RICHARD M. BARAG C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01550 81,090.62 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-336 5424 Harbison Ave. 19124 62nd f/k/a part of the 23rd wd. 1237.27 sq. ft. BRT#622470300 Improvements: Residential Property RICHARD BARAG C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01552 59,573.66 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-335 5420 Harbison Ave. 19124 62nd wd. 1237.27 sq. ft. BRT#622470100 Improvements: Residential Property RICHARD BARAG C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01549 69,848.05 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-334 4223 Devereaux St. 19135 55th wd. 1641.64 sq. ft. OPA#552028300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ALYSON BROOKS C.P. December Term, 2011 No 3099 167,417.49 Mitchell B. Klein, Esquire 1207-333 5900 Woodbine Ave. 52nd wd. 13414.29 sq. ft., det w/det gar 3 sty mason BRT#522175000 Subject to Mortgage CHARLISA EDELIN AKA CHARLISA H. EDELIN AND KENNETH EDELIN C.P. March Term, 2011 No. 03313 533,067.24 Patrick J. Wesner, Esquire

1207-332 1435 Ellsworth St. 36th wd. 1480 sq. ft. BRT#365263000 Improvements: Residential Property ROCHELLE SPROUEL AKA ROCHELLEE SPROUEL C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 00915 166,653.39 Mary L. Harbert-Bell, Esquire 1207-331 1829 N. 28th St. 32nd wd. Beginning Point: 218’10 N MNTGMRY AV, row 2 sty masonry, 1,062 sq. ft. BRT#323202100 Subject to Mortgage CHARLES WELLS AND TANYA WELLS C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02109 90,924.46 Patrick J. Wesner, Esquire 1207-330 3308 N. Water St. 7th wd. Row 2 sty masonry, 1128 sq. ft. BRT#73033500 Subject to Mortgage DANIEL RIVERA AND NEIDALINA ORTIZ C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 02514 63,825.22 Patrick J. Wesner, Esquire 1207-329 2328 N Opal St. aka 2328 N. Opal St. 19132 16th wd. 712.50 sq. ft. BRT#162124900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ALEXANDER GALYUZ AKA ALEKSANDER GALYUZ C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 003480 48,726.25 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel 1207-328 6614 Chew Ave. 19119 22nd wd. 1069.95 sq. ft. BRT#221254500 Improvements: Residential Property DONNA WELDON C.P. March Term, 2008 No. 04023 70,717.59 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-327 2538 S. Massey St. 19142 40th wd. 1244.32 sq. ft. BRT#406120300 Improvements: Residential Property SALIMAH MUHAMMAD C.P. October Term, 2010 No. 00638 88,797.00 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-326 571 1/2 Rosalie St. 19120 35th wd. 1020 sq. ft. BRT#352038900 Improvements: Residential Property LADEAN D. WADE C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01555 86,085.18 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-375 711 Welsh Rd. 191151922 58th wd. 8931 sq. ft. BRT#581003000 Improvements: Residential Property DIANE M. SCARBOROUGH C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 02212 231,783.54 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-374 430 Markle St. 19128-3605 21st wd. 954.97 sq. ft. BRT#212023300 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES GERALD ROLETTER, JR. C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00030 199,019.45 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-373 4239 Tudor St. 191363924 41st wd. 1460 sq. ft. BRT#412139600 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL J. JONER C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 03163 157,273.65 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-372 6025 Kerkshaw St. 191514424 34th wd. 1116.50 sq. ft.

BRT#342018500 Improvements: Residential Property JUANITA NORMAN, STEPHEN GREGG C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 02734 26,133.30 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-371 14023 Erwin St. 191161005 58th wd. 8750 sq. ft. BRT#583095600 Improvements: Residential Property WALTER BRENNAN, SUSAN BRENNAN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00854 343,339.20 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-370 1013 Haworth St. 191242525 23rd wd. 3504 sq. ft. BRT#234165000 Improvements: Residential Property CINDY RAMOS C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01739 225,021.92 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-369 3210 Fanshawe St. 57th wd. 1278 sq. ft. BRT#621252900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling GERI ALLMOND C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 001776 37,967.63 Gregory Javardian 1207-368 1635 W. End Dr. 19151 34th wd. 2060.65 sq. ft. BRT#344435600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANTHONY P. VIOLI C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00189 35,705.98 Gregory Javardian 1207-367 1807 N. 33rd St. 19121 32nd wd. 1456 sq. ft. BRT#323339000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling BRENDALYN COLLINS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 003121 121,746.96 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel 1207-365 3861 N. Bouvier St. 19140 38th wd. 1440 sq. ft. BRT#131236500 Improvements: Residential Property STEVEN SEGERS C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 005543 59,480.44 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-366 4616 Wilbrock St. 191362828 65th wd. 1200 sq. ft. BRT#652021500 Improvements: Residential Property YAACOV GLUZMAN, RIMA GLUZMAN C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02956 58,838.54 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-364 39 N. Hirst St. 19139 5th wd. 970 sq. ft. BRT#341234400 Improvements: Residential Property KARIM A. KHABIR C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 001811 51,483.39 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-363 2008 Wilmot St. 19124 23rd wd. 915 sq. ft. BRT#232130200 Improvements: Residential Property ELIOT B. KAROL C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 003730 62,739.14 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-362 1723 S. 22nd St. 19145 35th wd. 1376 sq. ft. BRT#363296400 Improvements: Residential Property TAKYI WILLIAMS AND BRANDI ENGLISH C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 003707 139,433.72 Christopher A.

DeNardo, Esquire 1207-361 5614 Elmwood Ave. 19143 40th wd. 2160 sq. ft., Row b/gar 2sty masonry BRT#402228405 Improvements: Residential Dwelling CHARLES DONATO C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00759 79,884.23 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-360 4205 Frost St. 19136 65th wd. 3162 sq. ft., row b/gar 2sty masonry BRT#651221200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LEON L. ASH C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 03774 81,654.13 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-359 3322 Primrose Rd. 19114 57th wd. 4885.51 sq. ft., APT 2-4 unts, 2sty, masonr BRT#572125331 Improvements: Residential Dwelling YAKOV KANTAROVICH C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01140 154,965.67 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-358 5643 N. Fairhill St. 19120 61st wd. 2656 sq. ft., row 2 sty masonry BRT#612307100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARILYN D. PEED AND VINCENT D. PEED C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 04977 55,119.39 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-357 1235 Fillmore St. 19124 23rd wd. 1830.27 sq. ft. BRT#234119100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LACEENIS FORDHAMWASHINGTON C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 001794 186,947.68 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel 1207-356 532 S 48th St. 19143 46th wd. 1953 sq. ft. BRT#461215900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling GEORGE ANKRAH C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 002184 240,060.98 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel 1207-355 5031 Hawthorne St. 19124 23rd wd. 1554.24 sq. ft. BRT#622256900 Improvements: Residential Property GEMIA ALEXANDER C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01942 66,929.94 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-354 1340 E. Steinber St. 19124 33rd wd. 877.50 sq. ft. BRT#331244000 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIE L. JOHNSON C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 02675 95,577.11 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-353 154 W. Albanus St. 19120 42nd wd. 1125 sq. ft. BRT#422131500 Improvements: Residential Property SONYA S. MARTEINS C.P. January Term, 2009 No. 00880 31,661.34 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-352 1831 Reed St. 19146 36th wd. 16’0x53’0, 2 sty single family row dwelling OPA#361134500 DAVID STEINER C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 00498 126,745.19 Robert S. Esposito, Esquire 1207-351 2516 S. Carlisle St. 26th wd. Beginning Point: 124’ S. Porter

St., row 2 sty masonry Subject to Mortgage DUANE E. SPROW AND KIMBERLY E SPROW C.P. November Term, 2010 No. 01869 151,533.76 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-400 1326 Jackson St. 191482930 39th wd. 1037 sq. ft. BRT#394283600 Improvements: Residential Property DEBRA LACAVA C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 03437 129,715.29 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-399 4844 Ogle St. 19127-1905 21st wd. 1336.50 sq. ft. BRT#212429300 Improvements: Residential Property THOMAS DESTEFANO C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 03549 221,777.75 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-398 7439 E. Walnut Ln. 19138 10th wd. 3075 sq. ft., Row b/gar 2sty masonry BRT#101204000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling BURNETTE BUSSEY AND KEITH BUSSEY C.P. February Term, 2011 No. 00627 115,044.43 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-397 112 N. 2nd St, 1F 19106 5th wd. Condo parking space & res.condo.5+sty masonry; 306 & 1182 sq. ft. BRT#888058422 and BRT#888058244 Improvements: Condominium FRANK MURPHY C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01051 351,904.77 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-396 2923 Cecil B Moore Ave. 19121 32nd wd. Row 3 sty masonry, 2965.93 sq. ft. BRT#324053900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ROBERT E. FRENCH C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 04189 153,067.81 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-395 5871 Woodcrest Ave. 19131 52nd wd. Row w/det gar 2 sty masonry; 2722.72 sq. ft. BRT#522160600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LORNELL B. MURPHY C.P. January Term, 2011 No. 04880 112,507.04 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-394 6608 Cornelius St. 19138 10th wd. Row b/gar 2 sty masonry; 2752 sq. ft. BRT#102370500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARSHALL L. JOHNSON, III AND CHERYL A. JOHNSON C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 04886 147,835.40 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-393 2501 S. 11th St. 19148 39th wd. 928 sq. ft. BRT#394182200 Improvements: Residential Real Estate HUGH QUIGLEY AND GREGORY QUIGLEY C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 03363 267,241.54 Stern & Eisenberg, PC 1207-392 1628 N. 55th St. 19131 52nd wd. 2496 sq. ft. BRT#041317000 Improvements: Residential Real Estate VINCENT K. SAUNDERS AND DEMARCUS R. WAITES C.P. December Term, 2011

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No. 001797 69,133.14 Stern & Eisenberg, PC 1207-391 5817-19 Ditman St. 19135 41st wd. 7000 sq. ft. BRT#411226000 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Property ELIAS VELEZ; SHANNON VELEZ AKA SHANNON D. VELEZ C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 1548 136,498.73 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq., Kimberly A. Bonner, Esq., Joel A. Ackerman, Esq., Ashleigh L. Marin, Esq., Ralph M. Salvia, Esq., Jaime R. Ackerman, Esq., Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman, LLC 1207-390 514 Poplar St. 19123 5th wd. 1503.24 sq. ft. BRT#056161545 Improvements: Residential Property CRYSTAL MARIE STEPHENS C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 1470 213,384.96 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq., Kimberly A. Bonner, Esq., Joel A. Ackerman, Esq., Ashleigh L. Marin, Esq., Ralph M. Salvia, Esq., Jaime R. Ackerman, Esq., Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman, LLC 1207-389 316 W. Seymour St. 19144 13th wd. 6625 sq. ft. BRT#133072600 Improvements: Residential Property ANTONIO ZACHARY; JOANN ZACHARY; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 0541 234,566.58 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq., Kimberly A. Bonner, Esq., Joel A. Ackerman, Esq., Ashleigh L. Marin, Esq., Ralph M. Salvia, Esq., Jaime R. Ackerman, Esq., Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman, LLC 1207-388 253 Lindley Ave. 19120 42nd wd. 1200 sq. ft. BRT#422194500 Improvements: Residential Property DEMETRIUS BROOKS AND KEISHA SMITH C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 003266 88,632.26 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-387 4125 Aspen St. 19104 6th wd. 1671.98 sq. ft. BRT#061152300 Improvements: Residential Property C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 00629 225,396.39 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq., Kimberly A. Bonner, Esq., 1207-386 107 Arch St, Apt 5B Beginning point: All that certain unit designated as unit number 5B, being a unit in the Smythe Stores Condominium, situate in the City of Philadelphia & Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as designated in Declaration of Condominium of the Smythe Stores Condominium Subject to Mortgage Improvements: RES. CONDO.5+STY MASONRY DANA D. WILLIAMS C.P. June Term, 2011 No. 02533 947,272.26 Chandra M. Arkema 1207-385A 4903 N. Camac St. 49th wd. Premises A Situate on the east side of the Camac St at the distance of 25 ft northward from the north sdie of Rockland St (60 ft wide) in the 49th Ward of the City of Philadelphia, front: 25 ft, depth: 82 ft Subject to Mortgage Improvements: S/D CON. APT 3STY

MASONRY C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 00505 136,535.77 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-385B 4907 N Camac St. 49th wd. Premises B situate on E Camac St (50 ft wide) at the distance of 75 ft northward from the north side of Rockland St (60 ft wide) in the 49th ward of the City of Philadelphia, front: 25 ft, depth: 82 ft Subject to Mortgage Improvements: SEMI/DET 3 STY MASONRY C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 00505 136,535.77 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-384 404 Friendship St. 191113908 35th wd. 2650 sq. ft. BRT#353175200 Improvements: Residential Property STEVEN DILLON, KATHRYN DILLON C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 03344 111,034.90 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-383 1212 Devereaux Ave. 191115828 53rd wd. 1606.37 sq. ft. BRT#531006400 Improvements: Residential Property ERNEST MICHAEL BURKE AKA ERNEST M. BURKE C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00741 87,596.29 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-382 338 W. Seymour St. 191444114 13th wd. 1900 sq. ft. BRT#133073700 Improvements: Residential Property HELEN TURNAGE C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02065 155,720.30 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-381 4475 E. Wingohocking St. 19124-3634 23rd wd. 1513.12 sq. ft. BRT#234211600 Improvements: Residential Property JOHANNA M. AGOSTO C.P. October Term, 2010 No. 02159 100,268.20 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-380 7242 Algon Ave. 19111-4115 52nd wd. 2821.05 sq. ft. BRT#532434300 Improvements: Residential Property LEE ANN SCHILLER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02140 126,389.40 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-379 5016 Saul St. 19124-2636 62nd wd. 2592.55 sq. ft. BRT#621443800 Improvements: Residential Property MARK A STEWART, SR, AND LAVETTE MARTIN C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 02082 188,387.01 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-378 116 Almatt Dr. 191152742 63rd wd. 7500 sq. ft. BRT#632192639 Improvements: Residential Property JENNIFER BURKE KUEHNLE AKA JENNIFER BURKE-KUEHNLE C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02539 401,682.50 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-377 5036 Glenloch St. 191242111 62nd wd. 770 sq. ft. BRT#622412900 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL J. MARI , ANN MARIE MARINO C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 01769 65,285.38 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP

1207-376 1119 Foster St. 19116-3771 58th wd. 3220.50 sq. ft. BRT#582175910 Improvements: Residential Property IRINA GODOVANNIK C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01990 226,758.17 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-425 1321 Mount Vernon St. 19123-3211 14th wd. 692 sq. ft. BRT#141275700 Improvements: Residential Property CHARLES A. BRANDON, JR, BRENDA A. BRANDON C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 03485 234,906.28 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-424 4808 N. 12th St. 191413408 49th wd. 1680 sq. ft. BRT#491461700 Improvements: Residential Property CHRISTOPHER SOONG WONG AKA CHRISTOPHER SOO PAK WONG C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00896 64,942.25 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-423 11832 Basile Rd. 191542523 66th wd. 2011 sq. ft. BRT#662016500 Improvements: Residential Property DONNA LYNN C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03624 218,799.83 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-422 855 N. 47th. St. 191391804 6th wd. 966 sq. ft. BRT#062408600 Improvements: Residential Property RICHARD J. RHODOMOYER C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01847 41,596.73 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-467 2224 S. Rosewood St. 19145 26th wd. 690 sq. ft. BRT#261102700 Improvements: Residential Real Estate LISA NOTORFRANCESCO AND LOUIS OLIVERIO C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 02465 150,298.39 Stern & Eisenberg, PC 1207-466 1932-1934 Federal St. 19146 36th f/k/a 29th wd. 18’x73’ and 18’x73’ BRT#884347295 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES BLACK, title to said premises is vested in James Black by Deed from Arnita Marilyn Doamaral (mother-in-law) dated August 16, 2010 and recorded August 17, 2010 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for Philadelphia County as Inrument #52249178. C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 04696 357,627.72 Martin S. Weisberg, Esquire 1207-465 6530 N. 6th St. 19126 61st wd. Det 2 sty stone, 9990 sq. ft. BRT#611136800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling NATHANIEL ARRINGTON C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01588 294,828.36 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-464 3627 N. 11th St. 19140 43rd wd. Row 2 sty, masonry, 2832 sq. ft. BRT#432136600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling THEODORE HALE AND PATRICIA LYTLEHALE AKA PATRICIA ANN LYTLE-HALE C.P. December Term, 2010 No. 03053 27,561.37 McCabe, Weisberg,

& Conway, P.C. 1207-463 1937 Iseminger St. 19147 39th wd. Row 2 sty masonry; 1509.63 sq. ft. BRT#394396300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MICHELE SPADACCINI C.P. January Term, 2011 No. 04584 30,169.52 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-462 4520 McMenamy St. 19136 65th wd. 1440 sq. ft. BRT#651165400 Improvements: Residential Property PAUL P ROANTREE AKA PAUL P ROANTREE, SR., VIRIGNIA C. ROANTREE C.P. November Term, 2009 No. * 74,448.50 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-461 704 N. Edgemore Rd. 19151 34th wd. 15 frontage x 92 depth BRT#344389800 Improvements: Residential Property TEODORO VALLEJO C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01735 101,837.36 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-460 313 W. Earlham St. 19144 22nd wd. 2429 sq. ft. BRT#124052500 Improvements: Residential Property PATRICIA ANN CRABBE, RHODA L. WILSON C.P. October Term, 2010 No. 00230 87,437.08 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-459 1014 S. 54th St. 19143 51st wd. 1211 sq. ft. BRT#513125100 Improvements: Residential Property DANIEL SMITH & CHERYL SMITH AS TENANTS BY THE ENTIRETY C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 00646 40,859.58 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-458 4060 Howland St. 19124 33rd wd. 964 sq. ft. BRT#332366000 Improvements: Residential Property EDWARD BURROWS C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00724 60,101.71 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-457 147 Pleasant St. 19119 22nd wd. 1012 sq. ft. BRT#222072900 Improvements: Residential Property SHARROD DAVIS C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 02027 94,547.45 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-456 227 E. Montana St. 22nd wd. Northwest side of Montana St 196’9 in northeast of Musgrave St, front 14’1, depth 98’6 N/A METEW BERHANU C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02341 100,931.44 Phillip D. Berger, Esq 1207-455 16 Good St. Situate on the southeast side of Good St (30 ft wide) at the distance of 128 ft 6 in southwest from the southwesterly side of Germantown Ave (60 ft wide) in the City of Philadelphia. Det 2.5 sty frame Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Det. 2.5 Sty Frame MARIAMA OGILVIE C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 01633 74,837.77 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-454 5638 Rising Sun Ave. 191202510 61st wd. 2197 sq. ft.

BRT#612529100 Improvements: Residential Property DENIS APPOLON C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02533 127,608.45 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-453 127 Watkins St. 191481911 1st wd. 705.57 sq. ft. BRT#011117200 Improvements: Residential Property RAYMOND DIRMAUSKAS C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02543 86,305.17 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-452 348 E. Eleanor St. 19120-3910 42nd wd. 1218.16 sq. ft. BRT#421099000 Improvements: Residential Property LORRAINE MARSHALL C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 02135 66,958.91 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-451 2033 W. Spencer St. 191382443 17th wd. 1180 sq. ft. BRT#171264900 Improvements: Residential Property PERRY BOLDEN C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01846 80,693.96 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-500 6602 Cottage St. 19135 55th f/k/a part of the 41st wd. 1423.55 sq. ft. BRT#552394000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JENNIFER FOLEY C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 00870 159,067.92 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-499 2114 Brighton St. 19149 54th wd. 1796.30 sq. ft. BRT#542092100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling IRIS FONTAINE-GLOVER AKA IRIS A. FONTAINEGLOVER C.P. August Term, 2011 No. 03104 214,431.09 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-498 1925 W. Hunting Park Ave. 19140 38th wd. 1065.00 sq. ft. BRT#131111300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling EUGENE BRIGGS AKA EUGENE D. LOGAN BRIGGS C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02688 63,787.94 Udren Law Offices, P.C., 1207-497 4436 Pennypack St. 19136 65th wd. 1786.02 sq. ft. BRT#652074420 Improvements: Residential Dwelling HARRY S. BLUM, LORRAINE BLUM C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 00906 189,547.90 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-496 1228 Hellerman St. 19111 53rd wd. 1905.89 sq. ft. BRT#531124000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling HEROLD LUMA C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01755 184,832.56 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-495 5043 Hazel Ave. 19143 46th wd. 2200 sq. ft. BRT#462016600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WILLIAM MCNEIL C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 02592 150,215.87 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-494 2018 N. Palethorp St. 19122 18th wd. 792 sq. ft. BRT#183275100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling

BRUNILDA RIVERA C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02857 86,367.53 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-493 5117 Pine St. 60th f/k/a part of the 46th wd. Beginning Point: 160’ W 51st st. Subject to Mortgage Improvements: semi/det 3 sty masonry EDWARD MCCLELLAN, SR. C.P. December Term, 2010 No. 00885 238,641.00 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-492 2660 Emerald St. 19125 31st wd. 1000 sq. ft. BRT#311075800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANNA MARIE NOLAN C.P. February Term, 2011 No. 00665 83,746.82 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-491 6103 Wheeler St. 19142 40th wd. 1072 sq. ft. BRT#402169100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JOSEPH A. DEREEF C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 02800 60,371.69 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-490 6017 Shisler St. 19149 53rd wd. 1401.60 sq. ft. BRT#531287400 No Improvements: Residential Dwelling RAYMOND D. BALDWIN C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 00633 115,775.59 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-489 320 Lemonte St. 19128 21st wd. 6293.43 sq. ft. BRT#212321100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling BENJAMIN LEWIS C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 04635 459,904.58 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-488 929 Pratt St. 19124 35th wd. 930 sq. ft. BRT#351119200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ERNSO ELMINE C.P. November Term, 2010 No. 04324 113,789.98 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-487 3350 Cottman Ave. 19149 35th wd. 1600 sq. ft. BRT#551516200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WILLIAM E. RUSDEN AKA WILLIAM E. RUSDEN, III C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02940 45,814.25 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-486 1803 N. 33rd St. 19121 32nd wd. 1450.56 sq. ft. BRT#323338800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling BRENDALYN COLLINS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02224 109,178.19 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-485 1236 Levick St. 19111 53rd wd. 1739.64 sq. ft. BRT#531070700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DONNA M. WELLS C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 00709 182,755.22 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-484 5451 Diamond St. 19131 55th wd. 1633 sq. ft. BRT#55094900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ALIYAH NEWMAN (REAL OWNER), TAHIRA PETERKIN (REAL OWNER), ANTHONY BAXTER (EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF JACQUELYN BELL) C.P. November Term,


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2010 No. 03259 73,451.67 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-483 3513 Pennhurst St. 19134 33rd wd. 607.50 sq. ft. BRT#331338800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MALIKA GORLEY C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 00097 90,408.71 Udren Law Offices, P.C. 1207-421 3814 N. Percy St. 191403117 43rd wd. 720 sq. ft. BRT#432341200 Improvements: Residential Property ROBERT N. MORALES AKA ROBERT M. MORALES C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 04519 $45,613.62 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-420 882 Bridge St. 19124-1725 35th wd. 1038.10 sq. ft. BRT#351146300 Improvements: Residential Property WENDY L. WHITE C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00460 $36,276.85 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-419 541 W. Roosevelt Blvd. 19120-3703 49th wd. 1328 sq. ft. BRT#491080600 Improvements: Residential Property KOM LAM NG C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 00605 $54,213.42 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-418 4207 Marple St. 19136 65th wd. 982 sq. ft. BRT#651103700 Improvements: Residential Property KATHLEEN N. WHARTON AND THOMAS WHARTON AKA THOMAS J. WHARTON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01574 $129,728.41 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-417 1125 S. 60th St. 19143 3rd wd. 2000 sq. ft. BRT#033204200 Improvements: Residential Property JACOB HASIS C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 02592 $90,294.63 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-416 1428 S. Etting St. 19146 36th wd. 702 sq. ft. BRT#364311500 Improvements: Residential Property JACQUELINE HUNT C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 01265 $72,533.00 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-415 305 W. Ruscomb St. 19120 42nd wd. 2035 sq. ft. BRT#422165600 Improvements: Residential Property LUZ YESENIA RODRIGUEZ C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 01759 $57,930.62 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-414B 7450 Torresdale Ave. 41st wd. that certain lot situate Northwesterly side of Torresdale Ave 70 ft northeasterly of Vista St, front: 107’ 10 3/8 depth: 76’ 6 5/8 None N/A TORRESDALE CONVENIENCE, INC C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 01035 $713,319.14 Max L. Lieberman, Esquire 1207-414A 7436 Torresdale Ave. 41st wd. that certain lot situate Northwesterly side of Torresdale Ave 70 ft northeasterly of Vista St, front: 107’ 10 3/8 depth: 76’ 6 5/8 None N/A TORRESDALE CONVENIENCE, INC. C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 01035

$713,319.41 Max L. Lieberman, Esquire 1207-413 8531 Castor Ave. 191521207 56th wd. 4411.32 sq. ft. BRT#562409800 Improvements: Residential Property ADAKUDIYIL M. JOHN, ALEYAMMA JOHN C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 03602 $180,781.83 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-412 Pier5 7 N. Columbus Blvd, APT212, AKA 7 N. Delaware Ave 212 19106 88th wd. Together with all right, leasehold title & interest being a 1.0255772% undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements, as set forth in the aforesaid Declaration of Condominium, as amended. BRT#888060222 Improvements: Condominium ROBERT E. LIPSCHUTZ, RUTH W. LIPSCHUTZ C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01692 $233,924.98 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-411 225 s. 18TH St. Unit 1405, AKA 219-29 S. 18th St. 19103-7907 8th wd. Being & designated as Unit 1405, together with a proporionate undivided interest in the Common Elements (as defined in such Declaration) as 0.16586%. BRT#888092892 Improvements: Condominium EDWARD DOUGLAS WILBERDING C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01507 $305,085.79 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-410 2521 E. Gordon St. 191253622 31st wd. 630 sq. ft. BRT#313133200 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL P. ANDERER C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 02996 $117,749.48 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-409 7455 Ruskin Rd. 19151-2925 1494 sq. ft. BRT#343166900 Improvements: Residential Property CARETHA TARVER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04265 $128,225.21 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-408 4228 Elbridge St. 191353102 55th wd. 1332 sq. ft. BRT#552086600 Improvements: Residential Property CLAUDIA TEJADA C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04332 $154,751.02 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-407 1911 E. Wensley St. 191342515 45th wd. 1131.50 sq. ft. BRT#452060100 Improvements: Residential Property MARIA C. TORRES, CARLOS ANDRES LOAIZA C.P. February Term, 2011 No. 02896 $73,387.12 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-406 2306 Stanwood St. 191522915 56th wd. 6344 sq. ft. BRT#562050300 Improvements: Residential Property KENNETH MARINER, DEBRA MARINER C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01548 $286,180.18 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-405 2840 S. Iseminger St. 191484933 39th wd. 986.70 sq. ft. BRT#395335600 Improve-

ments: Residential Property NICOLINA CAMPESE C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01984 $141,893.03 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-404 1866 E. Glenwood Ave. 19134-1546 45th wd. 961.52 sq. ft. BRT#452189700 Improvements: Residential Property LINDA H. RODRIGUEZ C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 03581 $36,499.05 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-403 1546 S. 26th St. 191464403 36th wd. 960 sq. ft. BRT#364266900 Improvements: Residential Property WALEED CALDWELL, STARSHEMA ROBINSON C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03314 $93,929.28 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-402 535-537 N. 64th St. 19151-4123 34th wd. 2812.50 sq. ft. & 3732 sq. ft. BRT#343076500 & BRT#884347245 Improvements: Residential Property ARLENE SMITH, JOANN WILLIAMS C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 03042 $53,820.75 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-401 2651 S. 11th St. 191484407 39th wd. 821.50 sq. ft. BRT#394188700 Improvements: Residential Property ERIC BARTELLO, ROBERTA BARTELLO C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 02734 $174,266.15 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-450 8500 Temple Rd. 191501909 50th wd. 2362.50 sq. ft. BRT#501080300 Improvements: Residential Property DAWN M. EVANS, AKA DAWN EVANS, AKA DAWN M. WARREN, ORRIN EVANS AKA ORRIN M. EVANS C.P. October Term, 2010 No. 01675 $110,459.48 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-449 6826 Cobbs Creek Pkwy. 19142-1224 40th wd. 2140 sq. ft. BRT#403228000 Improvements: Residential Property KONGMY RATSAMY, MANIVONE RATSAMY C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03651 $71,062.05 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-448 5116 N. 9th St. 191414004 49th wd. 1168 sq. ft. BRT#492143900 Improvements: Residential Property TED E. BAKER AKA TED BAKER C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 00599 $37,852.23 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-447 347 Vernon Rd. 19119 22nd wd. 1520 sq. ft. BRT#222034300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TYLIDIA KNIGHT AKA TYLIDIA M. KNIGHT AND CURTIS KNIGHT AKA CURTIS L. KNIGHT C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 003429 $132,624.10 Benjamin E. Witmer, Esquire 1207-446 267 Shawmont St, Unit B (9 E 4) 21st wd. 1792 sq. ft. (no land area) Subject to Mortgage: Yes Improvements: residential condominium unit NADIA DARBOUZE C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01444

$26,181.82 Elliot H. Berton, Esquire 1207-445 750 S. 57th St. 19143 46th wd. 1125 sq. ft. OPA#463249400 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Property ALL KNOWN AND UNKNOWN HEIRS OF KATIE PITTS C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 01791 $34,006.32 Brett A. Solomon, Michael C. Mazack 1207-443 9520 Hoff St. 19115 35th wd. 5000 sq. ft. OPA# 581406400 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Property RABAH R. ALRABI C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 003161 $332,191.44 Brett A. Solomon, Michael C. Mazack 1207-442 1601 Spring Garden St, Unit 516 19130 88th wd. 709 sq. ft. and 1.0809% undivided interest in the common elements, as more fully described in the Declaration of Condominium and Plats and Plans dated 12/14/1992 and recorded 12/31/1992 in Deed Book VCS 218 pg 336. BRT#888086328 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Condominium BENJAMIN HASSELL, JR., SUBJECT TO FIRST MORTGAGE C.P. March Term, 2011 No. 02860 $27,542.75 Glenn M. Ross, Esquire 1207-441 1766 N. Aberdeen St. 19131 24th wd. 1367.52 sq. ft. OPA#521328500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling VERA Y. BARNES, DECEASED C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 003160 $69,240.20 Mitchell B. Klein, Esquire 1207-440 417 E. Penn St. 19144-5803 12th wd. 1297.60 sq. ft. BRT#122004100 Improvements: Residential Property KARL MITCHELL C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 03379 $37,969.19 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-439 2844 N. Mascher St. 191333525 7th wd. 795 sq. ft. BRT#071108600 Improvements: Residential Property DOMINGO FIGUEROA C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01767 $23,433.28 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-438 4601 Tacony St. 19137 23rd wd. 1800 sq. ft. more or less BRT#453431900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ALFONSO LOPEZ C.P. August Term, 2011 No. 01736 $132,534.44 Leona Mogavero, Esq., Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP 1207-437 6734 N. Carlisle St. 10th wd. on the westerly side of Carlisle St, 150’ southwardly from the southerly side of 68th Ave, front: 20’, depth: 82’2 BRT#101011100 ANGELA V. EDWARDS C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 01385 $91,186.13 Louis P. Vitti, Esq. 1207-436 1940 N. Hancock 19122 18th wd. 823.50 sq. ft. BRT#183265400 Improvements: Residential Property C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 02651 $134,242.98 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. And/Or Kimberly A. Bonner, Esq.

1207-435 3626 Academy Rd. 19154 66th wd. 1800 sq. ft. BRT#663352400 Improvements: Residential Property YVETTE MOOTOO C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 01603 $200,933.94 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-434 2431 N. Natrona 19132 28th wd. 710 sq. ft. BRT#282201100 Improvements: Residential Property The Unknown Heirs of Alexander Deutsch, Deceased and Zelda Deutsch, Solely in her capacity as Heir of Alexander Deutsch, Deceased C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01996 $50,517.56 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-433 267 W. Sheldon St. 19120 42nd wd. 910 sq. ft. BRT#422204000 Improvements: Residential Property BENNY CABALLERO C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 00729 $76,338.58 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-432 4122 Stirling St. 19135 55th f/k/a part of the 41st wd. 1245 sq. ft. BRT#552046900 Improvements: Residential Property DEOBRAH A. CARTER C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 02207 $123,695.67 KML Law Group, P.C. 1207-431 217 Lauriston St. 21st wd. Beginning Point: Beginning at a point on the northerly side of Lauriston St. (50 ft wide) at the distance of 249’ 10 7/8 eastwardly from the easterly side of Righter St (50 ft wide), row 2 sty masonry Subject to Mortgage MICHAEL ORENSKY AND KELLY ORENSKY C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 01958 $248,923.36 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-430 5656 Miriam Rd. 19124 35th wd. 1431 sq. ft. BRT#351410500 Improvements: Residential Property LYNETTE MCDANIELS C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 02432 $121,588.53 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-429 7412 Revere St. 19152 64th wd. 3575 sq. ft. BRT#641030500 Improvements: Residential Property KEVIN MCGRORTY C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 04648 $271,006.96 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-428 2411 E. Letterly St. 19125 31st wd. 844 sq. ft. BRT#313240300 Improvements: Residential Property KATHLEEN A. BOZARTH AND MICHAEL BOZARTH C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 01458 $116,636.13 Kristine M. Anthou 1207-520 7112 Guyer Ave. 19153 40th wd. Row 2 sty, masonry; 2269.81 sq. ft. BRT#404352500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling GREGORY LUCAS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 05044 $74,309.48 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-519 6349 Lawndale Ave. 191115706 35th wd. 1985.92 sq. ft. BRT#353283100 Improve-

ments: Residential Property GEORGE E. CULP III, CAROLE CULP C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 00432 $108,587.25 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-518 1018 Foster St. 19116-3408 58th wd. 3410.77 sq. ft. BRT#582164300 Improvements: Residential Property VICTOR YAKUBETS, MARINA KOULAEVA C.P. October Term, 2010 No. 02481 $213,758.42 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-517 3011 N. Swanson St. 191342813 7th wd. 637 sq. ft. BRT#071358100 Improvements: Residential Property EDER E. REALES C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01737 $53,214.76 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-516 5947 Reach St. 191201114 35th wd. 1575 sq. ft. BRT#3522423000 Improvements: Residential Property PHILIP STEVEN APPENZELLER, TAMMY MICHELLE LOWE C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 00447 $107,142.38 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-515 821 E. Tioga St. 19134 33rd wd. 1056 sq. ft. BRT#331211200 Improvements: Residential Property ELIOT B. KAROL C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 002905 $45,036.02 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-514 1632 S. 24th St. 19145 36th wd. Row 2 sty, masonry 2770 sq. ft. BRT#364146400 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling Gregory Sales Jr, only known surviving heir of Valerie Jones AKA Valerie Sales, Deceased mortgagor and real owner and unknown surviving heirs of Valerie Jones AKA Valerie Sales, Deceased mortgagor and real owner C.P. January Term, 2011 No. 00768 $35,324.87 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-513 6920 Saybrook Ave. 19142 40 wd. Row 2 sty masonry; 2521 sq. ft. BRT#403305700 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling CARLA T. HARRISON C.P. October Term, 2010 No. 00768 $37,952.65 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-512 2418 N. Garnet St. 19132 28 wd. Row 2 sty, masonry, 1749.84 sq. ft. BRT#162107500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling PAULA E. BROTHERS AND GREGORY BROTHERS C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 02592 $32,406.07 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-511 530 E. Johnson St. 191441001 59 wd. 2950.57 sq. ft. BRT#592179900 Improvements: Residential Property FRED A. DENNISON C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01217 $85,175.96 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-510 2029 S. 67th St. 191421624 40 wd. 976 sq. ft. BRT#403043900 Improve-

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ments: Residential Property Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title or interest from or under Dorothy Miller AKA Dorothy M. Miller, deceased C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 03886 $39,973.23 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-509 7040 Erdrick St. 191351604 55 wd. 2708 sq. ft. BRT#552268100 Improvements: Residential Property CHANDA MCCARD, HORACE JACKSON AKA HORACE C. JACKSON C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 02136 $128,356.36 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-508 1924 Hoffman St. 191452817 48th wd. 644 sq. ft. BRT#481080700 Improvements: Residential Property Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title or interest from or under Louis M. Tucci, Jr., deceased C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 02236 $38,328.40 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-507 6420 City Ave. 191512410 34th wd. 41116 sq. ft. BRT#344186900 Improvements: Residential Property OLUSEGUN JAJI, LIMATA ADECHOKAN C.P. March Term, 2011 No. 02288 $633,201.89 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-506 941 E. Dorset St. 191503601 50th wd. 2448 sq. ft. BRT#502374600 Improvements: Residential Property ELIZABETH M. CHILDS C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01048 $129,479.08 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-505 141 W. Walnut Park Dr. 19120 50th wd. 2525.31 sq. ft. BRT#611373200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TANYA R. MILLER C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00228 $134,550.35 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-504 3862 Conshohocken Ave. 19131 52 wd. 2016 sq. ft. BRT#521443500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANTOINE J. GARDINER C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 03814 $157,314.06 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-503 6705 Ditman St. 19135 41st wd. 1720 sq. ft. BRT#412357800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KIMBERLY A. JONES, RICHARD J. JONES JR C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 03227 $97,132.34 Udren Law Offices, P.C. 1207-502 34 N. Dewey St. 19138 34 wd. 930 sq. ft. BRT#341159100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling RAMONA HUGHES C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 03003 $88,876.92 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-501 3710 Westhampton Dr. 19154 66th wd. 2587 sq. ft. BRT#663366600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KRISTEN E. KROL, STEPHEN KROL JR C.P.

May Term, 2010 No. 01523 $210,672.80 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-550 5224 N. American St. 191203325 42nd wd. 1400 sq. ft. BRT#422424000 Improvements: Residential Property ROY FORTSON C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 00736 $45,230.58 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-549 1521 Clearview St. 191412303 17th wd. 1318.12 sq. ft. BRT#171110700 Improvements: Residential Property ROBIN JOHNSON AKA R JOHNSON, individaully and in her capacity as heir of Leroy Johnson, deceased. Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title or interest from or under Leroy Johnson, deceased C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 00408 $69,655.07 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-548 6747 Harley St. AKA 6747 Harley Ave. 19142-2612 40th wd. 1611.60 sq. ft. BRT#406376800 Improvements: Residential Property VAKESI JABATEH C.P. June Term, 2011 No. 00717 $93,804.63 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-547 1906 Fontain St. 191211510 32nd wd. 900 sq. ft. BRT#321168700 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES GARDINER, JOANNE GARDINER C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 02567 $144,417.80 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-546 654 W. Rittenhouse St. AKA 654 Rittenhouse St. 191444303 59th wd. 1112.98 sq. ft. BRT#593028200 Improvements: Residential Property HORACE BROWN C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01612 $135,076.22 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-545 3400 Aldine St. 19136-3804 64th wd. 2220.02 sq. ft. BRT#642109000 Improvements: Residential Property TARLEE GBUNBLEE AKA TARLEE MEAWAY BRUNBLEI AKA DEDDEH MEAWAY AKA DEDDEH LIABEH MEAW C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 00584 $198,674.05 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-544 195 W. Roosevelt Blvd 191204247 42nd wd. 1500.70 sq. ft. BRT#422108000 Improvements: Residential Property ALHINDE WEEMS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01365 $104,580.56 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-543 2524 W. Master St. AKA 2524 Master St 19121-4722 29th wd. 945 sq. ft. BRT#291105700 Improvements: Residential Property DANELLE S. COOPER-FRINK, CHARLES A. WALKER C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 04264 $74,939.56 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-542 2455 S. Woodstock St, AKA 2023 W. Porter St 191454217 26th wd. 806.49 sq. ft.

BRT#262172600 Improvements: Residential Property Carmella McLaughlin in her capacity as administratix and heir of the easte of Walter J. Souza. Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title, or interest from or under Walter J. Souza, deceased. Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claming right, title or interest from or under Dominic Souza, Sr, deceased heir of Walter J. Souza, deceased C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 04089 $158,983.04 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-541 7526 Brockston Rd. 191512825 34th wd. 1760 sq. ft. BRT#343147700 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIE B. FORD C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 02163 $115,821.70 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-540 1101-1103 Frankford Ave. 18th wd. 5485 sq. ft. BRT#884961830 Improvements: warehouse 1101 FRANKFORD, LLC C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 531 $669,332.51 Andrew L. Miller, Esquire 1207-539 1929-1931-1933 Christian St. 30th wd. 3022.50 sq. ft. BRT#301179900, BRT#301180000, BRT#301180100 Improvements: Residential buidling on three parcels of land JEFFREY S. WHITE C.P. July Term, 2008 No. 4159 $308,405.95 Andrew L. Miller, Esquire 1207-538 4614 Lansing St. 191363203 65th wd. 1113.70 sq. ft. BRT#651170800 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAELANGELAO ADAMO C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01287 $63,220.36 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-633B 9950 Alicia St. 58th wd. 25’x120’ BRT#581223700 Improvements: 2 STORY RESIDENCE NECHAMA KAUFMAN AKA NECHAMA KAUFFMAN C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 02018 $288,258.33 John J. Kelly, Jr. 1207-633A 3902 N. 7th St. 43rd wd. 70.5’x15’ BRT#433093800 Improvements: 2 story residence NECHAMA KAUFMAN AKA NECHAMA KAUFFMAN C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 02018 $288,258.33 John J. Kelly, Jr. 1207-632C 7911 Caesar Pl 19153 40th wd. 1995 sq. ft., row b/gar 2 sty masonry BRT#405814800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TRUST OF VINCENT RAPINESI C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 000260 $1,000,000.00 Robert A. DeLuca, Esquire 1207-632B 7907 Caesar Pl 19153 40th wd. 1950 sq. ft.; row b/gar 2 sty masonry BRT#405814600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TRUST OF VINCENT RAPINESI C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 000260 $1,000,000.00 Robert A. DeLuca, Esquire

1207-632A 7909 Caesar Pl 19153 40th wd. 1994 sq. ft., row b/gar 2 sty, masonry BRT#405814700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TRUST OF VINCENT RAPINESI C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 000260 $1,000,000.00 Robert A. DeLuca, Esquire 1207-631 1518 N. Frazier St. 19131 4th wd. 1092 sq. ft. BRT#043276000 Improvements: Residential Property WARREN FLUCK C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 3288 $55,500.00 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq., Kimberly A. Bonner, Esq., Joel A. Ackerman, Esq., Ashleigh L. Marin, Esq., Ralph M. Salvia, Esq., Jaime R. Ackerman, Esq., Zucker, Goldberg & Ackerman, LLC 1207-630 109 Elfreths Alley 19106 5th wd. 1130 sq. ft. BRT#052179810 Improvements: Residential Property SCOTT A. CRONIN AND CAREN A. CRONIN C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 003110 $519,508.45 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-629 1515 S. Beulah St. 1st wd. 130’ south of Dickinson Subject to Mortgage ESTATE OF HATTIE BUTLER C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03474 $201,148.61 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire 1207-628 5432 Harlan St. 19131 4th wd. 945 sq. ft. BRT#011234600 Improvements: Residential Property PATRICIA DAVIS C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02881 $35,710.39 Rob Saltzman, Esquire 1207-627 245 E. Sheldon St. 191203517 42nd wd. 1196 sq. ft. BRT#421169200 Improvements: Residential Property FREDERICK KING C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 00515 $30,326.46 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-626 113 N. 59th St. 19139 4th wd. 1380 sq. ft. BRT#042103100 Improvements: Residential Property RODERICK SLOCUM C.P. August Term, 2011 No. * $97,202.61 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 1207-482 1232 S. 26th St. 19124 36th wd. 742 sq. ft. BRT#362119000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling BRUCE POWELL, SEDELLE POWELL C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 03692 $82,248.58 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-481 1108 Wakeling St. 19124 23rd wd. 3345 sq. ft. BRT#234152300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JOHN A. BARZESKI, DIANE BARZESKI C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 00008 $212,464.88 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-480 3600 Conshohocken Ave., Unit 112 19132 88th wd. 0 sq. ft. BRT#888520362 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ESTATE OF BEVERLY T.J. CORBIN C/O STELLA WHITE, AS ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE

ESTATE OF BEVERLY T.J. CORBIN C.P. January Term, 2011 No. 00196 $77,301.13 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-479 5230 Lebanon Ave. 19131 52nd wd. 2300 sq. ft. BRT#521133300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling PATRICIA Y. WILLIAMS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 04568 $93,943.75 Udren Law Office, P.C. 1207-478 7457 Beverly Rd. 19138 50th wd. 1121.25 sq. ft. BRT#501358800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARLIN BARRIER, JR. C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03013 $94,148.80 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-477 3117 Robbins Ave. 19149 55th wd. 1080.97 sq. ft. BRT#551001100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DEBORA ANN SHEARER C.P. January Term, 2011 No. 02992 $117,957.40 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-476 1947 E. Tioga St. 19134 45th wd. 1219.27 sq. ft. BRT#452111900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling HELENE LAZARUS C.P. September Term, 2010 No. 00879 $51,550.88 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 1207-525 2966 Ruth St. 19134-3542 25th wd. 749.40 sq. ft. BRT#252562100 Improvements: Residential Property JOANNE T. RILEY, DAVID C. DRASHER C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 02985 $19,120.59 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-524 6433 Eastwood St. 191492925 54th wd. 1140.30 sq. ft. BRT#541275500 Improvements: Residential Property JUAN C. PORRES C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02538 $135,698.10 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-523 3966 Reno St. 19104-4848 24th wd. 1039.50 sq. ft. BRT#243130100 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES-BRIAN A. MILLER C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01587 $72,420.50 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-522 3111 Windish St. 191524517 64th wd. 2441 sq. ft. BRT#641198500 Improvements: Residential Property STEPHEN C. HEIM, DANIELLE E. HEIM C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 03067 $152,373.68 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-521 3738 M St. 19124-5537 33rd wd. 450 sq. ft. BRT#331408000 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL J. MCMULLIN AKA MICHAEL JOSEPH MCMU C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 00552 $68,515.07 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-537 1948 N. Mascher St, AKA 1948 Mascher St. 191222416 18th wd. 686 sq. ft. BRT#183253700 Improvements: Residential Property KATHARINE LOISEAU C.P.

December Term, 2011 No. 02307 $7,470.28 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-536 4936 Boudinot St AKA 4936 N. Boudinot St. 191204307 42nd wd. 1320 sq. ft. BRT#421420300 Improvements: Residential Property Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title, or interest from under Augustin Luckner, deceased. C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 00556 $56,494.88 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-535 5826 Saul St. 19149-3421 62nd wd. 1306.40 sq. ft. BRT#621456600 Improvements: Residential Property ERNIE MANEIRO C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01014 $86,106.04 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-534 1345 S. 31st St. 191463505 36th wd. 714 sq. ft. BRT#362269100 Improvements: Residential Property DAPHNE RENEE POUNDS C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01131 $62,121.23 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-533 11 S. Sickels St. 191393355 60th wd. 736 sq. ft. BRT#603160400 Improvements: Residential Property DENNIS MAHONEY C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01106 $36,669.93 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-532 430 E. Montana St. AKA 430 Montana St. 19119-2011 22nd wd. 1699.40 sq. ft. BRT#221147100 Improvements: Residential Property DOUGLAS DIXON C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01672 $107,938.38 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-531 3242 Ryan Ave. 191364310 64th wd. 2595 sq. ft. BRT#641218101 Improvements: Residential Property SHENG JIANG C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 02409 $162,160.95 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-530 4322 Penn St. 191243932 23rd wd. 1372 sq. ft. BRT#234281700 Improvements: Residential Property KATRINA ZELYAKOVSKY C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00900 $56,451.20 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-529 2024 R. Upland Way Unit 104 AKA 2024 Upland Way, Apt 104R 19131-1212 88th wd. Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements (as defined in such Declaration) of 3.9% BRT#888340048 Improvements: Condominium MICHAEL RAMER C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 02440 $263,867.94 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-528 4127 Lawndale St. 191245225 33rd wd. 1225.80 sq. ft. BRT#332274600 Improvements: Residential Property THOMAS SANTIAGO, JR C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 00546 $72,793.39 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP


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1207-527 1433 Snyder Ave. 26th wd. North side of Snyder Ave at the distance of 96 ft 0 inches, eastward from the west side of 15th St, front 16’0, depth 75’ Subject to Mortgage STEVEN B. ATLASS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 02156 $265,630.17 Kurt Althouse, Esquire 1207-526 11919 Waldemire Dr. 191542616 66th wd. 1755 sq. ft. BRT#662134700 Improvements: Residential Property ROBERT M. SHEEHAN AKA ROBERT SHEEHAN C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 01087 $76,771.04 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-539C 1933 Christian St. 30th wd. 3022.50 sq. ft. BRT#301180100 Improvements: Residential building on three parcels of land JEFFREY S. WHITE C.P. July Term, 2008 No 4159 $308,405.95 Andrew L. Miller, Esquire 1207-539B 1931 Christian St. 30th wd. 3022.50 sq. ft. BRT#301180000 Improvements: Residential building on three parcels of land JEFFREY S. WHITE C.P. July Term, 2008 No. 4159 $308,405.95 Andrew L. Miller, Esquire 1207-539A 1929 Christian St. 30th wd. 3022.50 sq. ft. BRT#301179900 Improvements: Residential building on three parcels of land JEFFREY S. WHITE C.P. July Term, 2008 No 4159 $308,405.95 Andrew L. Miller, Esquire 1207-575 1641 N. Felton St. 19151 34th wd. 1503.5 sq. ft. BRT#342338200 Improvements: Residential Real Estate JESSIE RIDDICK C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 02149 $66,209.99 Stern & Eisenberg, PC 1207-574 5954 Agusta St. 19149 53 wd. 1086 sq. ft. BRT#531250800 Improvements: Residential Property ANDREW W. HILLS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 02499 $100,954.72 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-573 2182 E. Cumberland St. 19125 31st wd. 2291 sq. ft. BRT#314012200 Improvements: Residential Property SAMANTHA MAGUIRE C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 002935 $129,380.94 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-572 5025 Lancaster Ave 19131 52nd wd. 1488 sq. ft. BRT#521005100 Improvements: Residential Property TASHUA TAVARES C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 003534 $85,217.53 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-571 137 N. Robinson St. 19139 34th wd. 927.48 sq. ft. BRT#341168600 Improvements: Residential Property BERNARD SAVAGE C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 002367 $39,104.40 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire

1207-570 1821 N. Mascher St. 19122 19th wd. 1092 sq. ft. BRT#183087700 Improvements: Residential Property ELIOT B. KAROL AKA ELLIOT B. KAROL C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 03277 $80,424.74 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-569 2206 S. Clarion St. 19148 39th wd. 956 sq. ft. BRT#394449400 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM G. KELLY C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 000172 $137,151.64 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-568 606 Anchor St. 19120 35th wd. 1080 sq. ft. BRT#3512641000 Improvements: Residential Property QIAN LI C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 001925 $65,166.71 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-567 5236 Walnut St. 19139 16th wd. 1800 sq. ft. BRT#602056700 Improvements: Residential Property HENRY JACKSON C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 000097 $55,430.59 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-566 2521 S. 73rd St. 191421509 40th wd. 1120 sq. ft. BRT#404070600 Improvements: Residential Property ROBIN TUCKER C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 02771 $72,025.58 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-565 5825 Christian St. 191433001 3rd wd. 1240 sq. ft. BRT#033048400 Improvements: Residential Property SHIRLEY M. BOWSER C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00031 $68,790.70 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-564 2823 Chalmers Ave. 191322529 38th wd. 961.87 sq. ft. BRT#381285600 Improvements: Residential Property PAULINE HAMMOND in her capacity as executrix devisee of the estate of Jerry Hammond C.P. August Term, 2011 No. 03117 $39,906.13 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-563 4307 Horrocks St. 191243102 23rd wd. 857.44 sq. ft. BRT#234222200 Improvements: Residential Property PHILADELPHIA SETTLEMENT SERVICES, LLC, AMERICAN DREAM PROPERTIES LLC C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03241 $101,964.64 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-562 241 S. 6th St, unit 1902-B 19106-3734 88th wd. Together with all right, title, and interest, being a 0.266 percent undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements (as defined in the Declaration of Condominium as set forth in said Declaration of Condominium). BRT#888051324 Improvements: Condominium HECTOR CORSANICO C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 00732 $316,192.30 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-561 6316 Farnsworth St AKA 6316 Farnsworth Ave 19149-2937

62nd wd. 1694.23 sq. ft. BRT#621527500 Improvements: Residential Property H. ELVIN LAGARES C.P. August Term, 2011 No. 01021 $131,154.74 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-560 214 Linton St. 191201802 61st wd. 1027.50 sq. ft. BRT#612131900 Improvements: Residential Property JEAN MONTROSE AKA JEAN R. MONTROSE CLETH MONTROSE C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 04503 $107,045.92 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-559 2700 Plover St. 19153-2218 40th wd. 3152.70 sq. ft. BRT#406710101 Improvements: Residential Property HUY QUANG TRUONG C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 04692 $147,743.39 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-558 4023 N. 12th St. 191402101 43rd wd. 1305 sq. ft. BRT#433161600 Improvements: Residential Property CAMERON SCALES C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 03281 $31,299.92 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-557 9231 Convent Ave 191143514 57th wd. 6000 sq. ft. BRT#572226800 Improvements: Residential Property ANTHONY I. LAMBERT, JR. C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02218 $26,687.59 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-556 1854 Mohican St. 191381206 10th wd. 1256 sq. ft. BRT#102241600 Improvements: Residential Property THOMAS J. GREEN, PAULA Y. PRUITT C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 01971 $48,175.37 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-555 4024 Green St. 191041758 6th wd. 1368 sq. ft. BRT#061038900 Improvements: Residential Property EDUARD DUMITRESCU, LISA M. DUMITRESCU C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00438 $155,293.15 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-554 2009 S. Bonsall St. 191452605 48th wd. 800 sq. ft. BRT#482274300 Improvements: Residential Property CHAMROEUN YANG C.P. October Term, 2010 No. 01415 $90,607.66 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-553 6622 Walker St. 19135 55th wd. 1289.43 sq. ft. BRT#552314500 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM J. DEARDEN, MARY ANN DEARDEN C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 00536 $74,069.04 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-552 6904 Cedar Park Ave 191382002 10th wd. 1447.50 sq. ft. BRT#102499200 Improvements: Residential Property ROSALYN A. CROSBY, in her capactiy as executrix devisee of the Estate of Gwendolyn I. Crosby. Helen Crosby in her capacity as executrix and devisee of the Estaet of Gwendolyn I Crosby C.P. January

Term, 2012 No. 02572 $84,037.07 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-551 5823 N. 7th St 191201305 61st wd. 1320 sq. ft. BRT#612248600 Improvements: Residential Property DEBORAH J. LEWIS in her capacity as adminstratrix and heir of the Estate of Charlene Leverett AKA Charlene Wims-Leverett, Kevin Wims in his capacity as adminstratrix and heir of the estate of Charlene Leverett AKA Charlene Wims-Leverett, Denise Adolphues, in her capacity as administratrix and heir of the estate of Charlene Leverett aka Charlene Wims-Leverett, Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claming right, title or interest from or under Charlene Leverett, deceased C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 04088 $67,509.07 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-600 2124 S. Daggett St. 19142 40th wd. 14x50 BRT#403018300 Improvements: Residential Property DLORES J. BUTLER, TITLE TO SAID PREMISES IS VESTED IN DOLORES J. BUTLER BY DEED FROM DOLORES FAHY AND JOSEPH FAHY, WIFE AND HUSBAND, DATED DECEMBER 28, 2000 AND RECORDED JANUARY 2, 2001 IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF DEEDS IN AND FOR PHILADELPHIA COUNTY AT INSTRUMENT NUMBER 50192791 C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 01538 $129,020.43 Martin S. Weisberg, Esquire 1207-599 624 E. Courtland ST. 42nd wd. 1131 sq. ft. BRT#421024000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JAMES WIRSZ C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 01458 $54,058.05 Pressman & Doyle, LLC 1207-598 2133 Fraley St. 41st wd. 1452 sq. ft. BRT#411028700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JAMES WIRSZ C.P. July Term, 2011 No. 01481 $54,027.40 Pressman & Doyle, LLC 1207-597 1842 E. Wishart St. 191343136 25th wd. 798 sq. ft. BRT#252290200 Improvements: Residential Property TANYA D. CLARK C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01689 $22,631.53 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-596 3400 N. 19th St. 191404815 11th wd. 4180 sq. ft. BRT#112272000 Improvements: Residential Property LISA GREEN-HARVEY C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01553 $57,655.79 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-595 7781 Hasbrook Ave. 191112407 63rd wd. 3756 sq. ft. BRT#631092300 Improvements: Residential Property PATRICK O’BRIEN C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 01519 $232,270.75 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP

1207-594 507 N. Allison St. 191314902 4th wd. 949.35 sq. ft. BRT#041195100 Improvements: Residential Property JAUDAH SPAIGHTS C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 03312 $27,445.20 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-593 5852 Brush Rd. 19138-1904 59th wd. 1292.80 sq. ft. BRT#591227500 Improvements: Residential Property LORRAINE EVANS C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01769 $94,416.94 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-592 2114 E. Sanger St. 191241621 41st wd. 1003.10 sq. ft. BRT#411034200 Improvements: Residential Property ALEKSANDR GERSHTEYN AKA ALEKSANDER GERSHTEYN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03305 $101,410.50 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-591 1951 Church Ln 19141-1321 17th wd. 1838.72 sq. ft. BRT#171245100 Improvements: Residential Property HATTIE M. SCHAFFER C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01912 $146,472.10 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-590 448 W. Butler St. 191403344 7th wd. 993.61 sq. ft. BRT#072232000 Improvements: Residential Property DEBASHISH BHATTACHARJEE C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 01731 $47,355.15 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-589 1521 Wakeling St. 19124-2688 62nd wd. 1762.18 sq. ft. BRT#621001800 Improvements: Residential Property WEBER PIERRE LOUIS AKA WEBER PIERRE-LOUIS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01186 $150,739.30 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-588 5517 Crowson St. 191441301 12th wd. 750 sq. ft. BRT#122215100 Improvements: Residential Property BRIDGET GRAHAM C.P. September Term, 2011 No. 01541 $57,230.43 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-587 5925 N. 3rd St. 19120-1842 61st wd. 1232.80 sq. ft. BRT#612388800 Improvements: Residential Property JOHN A P SCHMIDS, DIANE M. SCHMIDS C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 01852 $54,345.34 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-586 9026 Brous Ave. 19152-1406 57th wd. 2786.70 sq. ft. BRT#571229100 Improvements: Residential Property PAUL S. ABLAZA AKA PAUL ABLAZA C.P. June Term, 2011 No. 00540 $208,833.10 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-585 1015 Cantrell St. 191483006 39th wd. 624 sq. ft. BRT#394040000 Improvements: Residential Property DEANIO CAPPIO C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 03341 $168,917.70 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP

1207-584 3428 Keim St. 19134-1227 33rd wd. 623.04 sq. ft. BRT#331275400 Improvements: Residential Property GEORGE SOWDEN C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 00459 $50,852.33 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-583 65 E. Clapier St. 191445932 12th wd. 1580 sq. ft. BRT#121028200 Improvements: Residential Property ROY SMITH, BRANDY HOLDEN C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 01034 $176,269.50 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-582 7313 Limekiln Pike 191381334 50th wd. 4900 sq. ft. BRT#501289500 Improvements: Residential Property SANDRA E. DUCKETT C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 03294 $123,398.53 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-581 8616 Rugby St. 19150-2706 50th wd. 1534.40 sq. ft. BRT#502089500 Improvements: Residential Property LEONARD M. WAKEFIELD AKA LEONARD WAKEFIELD C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 04366 $157,843.37 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-580 2500 S Lambert St. 191454214 26th wd. 1979.82 sq. ft. BRT#262191300 Improvements: Residential Property JAY FELKOFF C.P. April Term, 2011 No. 02183 $77,389.21 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-579 1216 E Venango St. 191341534 33rd wd. 2600 sq. ft. BRT#331224300 Improvements: Residential Property JEAN MARIE TAKACH, THOMAS C. TAKACH C.P. December Term, 2011 No. 02951 $90,057.43 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-578 217 E. Eleanor St. 191203907 42nd wd. 1980 sq. ft. BRT#421103100 Improvements: Residential Property HOWARD T. BOZICH C.P. January Term, 2012 No. 00456 $49,349.74 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-577 1539 N. Alden St. 19131-3814 BRT#043293400 Improvements: Residential Property GWNDOLYN DAVIS C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 02166 $63,022.06 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-576 3582-3584 Calumet St. 191291602 38th wd. 1400 sq. ft. BRT#383074200 Improvements: Residential Property HARRY J. CARR, JR C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 03421 $209,937.15 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-618C 4619 Cedar Ave 19143 46th wd. +/- 2,565 sq. ft. BRT#461071100 Subject to Rent LINDSAY KEITH JOHNSTON C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 004156 $709,155.03 Joseph W. Weill, Esquire 1207-618B 4617 Cedar Ave 19143 46th wd. +/- 2,565 sq. ft. BRT#461071000 Subject

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to Rent LINDSAY KEITH JOHNSTON C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 004156 $709,155.03 Joseph W. Weill, Esquire 1207-618A 4615 Cedar Ave 19143 46th wd. +/- 2,565 sq. ft. BRT#461070900 Subject to Rent LINDSAY KEITH JOHNSTON C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 004156 $709,155.03 Joseph W. Weill, Esquire 1207-617 4428 Osage Ave. 19104 27th wd. +/- 17,000 sq. ft. BRT#881122720 Subject to Rent LINDSAY KEITH JOHNSTON C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 003764 $1,302,090.11 Joseph W. Weill, Esquire 1207-616 267 S. Cecil St. 19139 60th wd. 900 sq. ft. BRT#604274100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KUMBA JANGA C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 02480 $92,913.21 Udren Law Offices, P.C. 1207-615 1837 S. 21 St 19145 48th wd. on the east side of 21st st, front 16’ depth 66.50’, 1064 sq. ft. BRT#481360800 ANDRE RICHARDSON C.P. August Term, 2011 No.: 03804 $61,752.21 Justin L. Krik, Esquire, Lipsky and Brandt 1207-614 5542 Pascahll Ave. 19143 51st wd. on the southeastwardly side of Pascahll Ave, front 15’, depth 58.50’, 877.5 sq. ft. BRT#514281100 ANDRE RICHARDSON C.P. August Term, 2011 No. 03805 $55,618.65 Justin L. Krik, Esquire, Lipsky and Brandt 1207-613 5719 Beaumont Ave 19143

51st wd. on the northwest side of Beaumont St, front 15’4, depth 108’, 1652.4 sq. ft. BRT#51328400 ANDRE RICHARDSON C.P. August Term, 2011 No. 03806 $51,106.11 Justin L. Krik, Esquire, Lipsky and Brandt 1207-612 3054 Salmon St. 19134 25th wd. 756 sq. ft. BRT#251193600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling Kelly Shama, in her capacity as heir of Mahamed Shama AKA Mahamed Shameh, deceased, unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or association claiming right, title, or interest from or under Mohamed Shama AKA Mohamed Shameh, Deceased C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 00224 $73,896.76 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-611 4638 Sansom St. 19139 60th wd. 1940 sq. ft. BRT#601033500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling NICOLE D. FRANKLIN C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02648 $279,091.81 Udren Law Offices, P.C. 1207-610 5026 Cedar Ave. 19153 46th wd. 2090 sq. ft. BRT#462052000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DIABATE MAMADOU AKA MAMADOU DIABATE MARIAM KOITA C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02372 $80,410.66 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-609 7805 Buist Ave. 19153 40th wd. 1792.80 sq. ft. BRT#405755878 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DAWN S. BROWN C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 02774 $76,659.65 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq.

1207-608 6678 Lincoln Dr. 191193118 22nd wd. 11375 sq. ft. BRT#223276200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling Renee M R Jenkins, in her capacity as heir of James A. Jenkins, jr, deceased, Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title, or interest from or under James A Jenkins, Jr, deceased, Alexis Poindexter in her capacity as heir of James A. Jenkins, Jr., deceased C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01281 $412,479.64 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-607 6836 Ogontz Ave 19138 10TH wd. 5382 sq. ft. BRT#102009400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling Unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title or interest from or under William A. Fuller, deceased C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00661 $141,922.33 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-606 5960 Newton Ave. 19120 35th wd. 2207.52 sq. ft. BRT#352204000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling SHEREEMA MOLETTE C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01454 $106,594.74 Udren Law Offices, P.C. 1207-605 245 n. 52ND St 19139 44th wd. 1800 sq. ft. BRT#441130300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WOODY L. BASTIEN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02091 $64,235.95 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-604 5320 Webster St. 19143 46th wd. 1552 sq. ft. BRT#462120700 Improve-

ments: Residential Dwelling Syndey Ann Giddings AKA Sidney Dugan, individually and in her capactiy as heir to Ramona Dugan, deceased unknown heirs, successors, assigns, and all persons, firms, or associations claiming right, title, or interest from or under Ramona Dugan, deceased C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03932 $54,900.31 Udren Law Offices, P.C., Esq. 1207-603 7947 Woolston Ave 191503114 50th wd. 1648 sq. ft. BRT#502070700 Improvements: Residential Property MICHELLE N. LYDE C.P. August Term, 2006 No. 00645 $132,836.03 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-602 1737 N. Lindenwood St. 19131-3617 52nd wd. 750 sq. ft. BRT#521317200 Improvements: Residential Property KIMBERLY BARKLEY, JAMES BARKLEY C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 00162 $65,984.97 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-601 1939 Tasker St. 191451429 36th wd. 576 sq. ft. BRT#363062700 Improvements: Residential Property ARTHUR D. LEE, II C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 01514 $83,188.58 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 1207-634B 1505 N 54th St. 19131 44th wd. 1457 sq. ft. BRT#442360800 Subject to Mortgage PREMIER RESOURCE HOLDINGS, LLC C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 03193 $142,538.39 Lauren J. Hofmann, Esquire 1207-634A 6120 Callowhill St. 19151 34th wd. 1109.52 sq. ft.

BRT#341044300 Subject to Mortgage PREMIER RESOURCE HOLDINGS, LLC C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01393 $142,538.39 Lauren J. Hofmann, Esquire 1207-633C 4925 N. Franklin St. 49th wd. 61’X15’ BRT#491228900 Improvements: 2 story residence NECHAMA KAUFMAN AKA NECHAMA KAUFFMAN C.P. February Term, 2012 No. 02018 $288,258.33 John J. Kelly, Jr. 1207-625 107 E. Meehan St. 19119 22nd wd. 900 sq. ft. BRT#222092200 Improvements: Residential Property GLADYS BROWN C.P. February Term, 2011 No. 0004897 $48,499.36 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esquire 1207-624 761 N. 27th St. 19130 15th wd. Row 3 sty, masonry, 2988 sq. ft. BRT#151302500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling HELEN WAGNER C.P. November Term, 2010 No. 01702 $32,827.77 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-623 5214 Delancey St 19143 60th wd. Row 2 sty, masonry, 2138.5 sq. ft. BRT#602121200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling Mary Caraway, only known surviging heir of Perry Mathis, Deceased Mortgagor and Real owner and unknown surviving heirs of Perry Mathis, Deceased Mortgagor and Real Owner C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 01308 $62,275.58 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-622 4243 Barnett St. 19135 55th wd. Row b/gar 2 sty masonry;

2448 sq. ft. BRT#552070700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KIMBERLY L. GEIGER C.P. May Term, 2011 No. 02517 $126,497.77 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-621 244 W. Somerville Ave. 19120 42nd wd. Sem det, 2 sty, masonry 3553.3 sq. ft. BRT#422272600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling QASIM EDWARDS AND TOREY EDWARDS C.P. November Term, 2010 No. 04365 $140,611.37 McCabe, Weisberg, & Conway, P.C. 1207-620B 5602 Walnut St. 60th wd. South side of Walnut St 16’0 west of 56th St, front 19’5, depth 77’9-1/2 N/a 5600 BRASS RAIL ASSOCIATES LP AKA A 5600 BRASS RAIL LP C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01381 $151,277.00 Phillip D. Berger, Esq 1207-620A 5600 Walnut St. 60th wd. Southwest corner of 56th St and Walnut St, front 16’0, depth 77’9-1/2 N/a 500 BRASS RAIL ASSOCIATES LP AKA 5600 BRASS RAIL LP C.P. October Term, 2011 No. 01381 $151,277.00 Phillip D. Berger, Esq 1207-637 1343 W Sedgley Ave 43rd wd. Situate on Norhtwest side of Sedgley Ave in the 43rd ward of the City of Philadelphia, County of Philadelphia, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Front: 13 ft, 2-1/8 in; Depth: 54 ft, 2-1/8 in; Alley 3ft Subject to Mortgage Improvements: DET WB GAR 2 STY Andre Myers C.P. November Term, 2011 No. 00902 $42,546.37 Katherine E. Knowlton, Esquire


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8th & Shunk Vic – Less than renting! If you are currently renting or just want to live in a home with low monthly payments, you need to see this 2 BR, 2bath property with C/A, huge mod bath & open porch. Call for details. West Passyunk Ave Shopping Area – Largest home on the block – with lots of charm. Come see this “Nostalgic 3 bedroom home” Super convenient to everything. 18th & Ritner Vic – 2 bedroom home with loads of charm. Original detail and trim. Modern kitchen & bath. Lots of extras! Regency at Packer Park – Luxury condo – 1800 sq ft – 3 BRs, 2 baths, deck, H/W floors, beautifully upgraded throughout. All of this in the newest part of South Phila. South of Oregon – Brand new rehab! 3 BRs, 1 ½ ultra mod baths, ultra mod kitchen w/granite counters and stainless steel appliances. H/W throughout. Finished basement, C/A, W/D, huge yard & off street parking nights & weekends. Castor Gardens – This bright, beautiful twin w/oversized garage, cathedral ceiling in LR/DR/Kit, C/A, wood burning fireplace in den, Jacuzzi tub, close to city, has everything and more! Call today! Bella Vista – Amazing 5 BR, 2.5 bath home convenient to Italian Mkt & Center City. Truly unique property with great space on 3 floors. This is more than a house, this is a home. 13th & Shunk Vicinity – Lovely 3 BR home with beautiful kitchen & bath, hardwood floors, finished basement, central air & lots of class. Need more space? - Be part of one of South Philly’s fastest growing neighborhoods! Extra large 2010 construction, brick front, high efficiency heat & A/C, finished basement, H/W floors, 4 BRs & 2 ½ baths! South of Oregon – 18xx Moyamensing – Luxury, class and quality – 3 bedroom home recently renovated throughout. Finished basement, hardwood floors, C/A, large yard – a must see!! Less than rent – 21xx S Opal – Newly rehabbed! 3 BR, 1 bath home. Open LR/DR combo, mod kitchen w/SS appliances & GD. Modern bath. New W/W carpets throughout. Clean unfinished basement. Unique Investment Opportunity – Collect rent where you live. Newly renovated duplex in Cheltenham. 1st fl is a 1 BR unit with HW floors throughout. Unit includes washer & dryer and access to full basement. 2nd unit is multi-level with full kitchen, living room & dining room. 2 BRs & full bath on 3rd level. Also includes W/D & access to bsmt. 4th & Wolf – Main tree lined street. Large rooms. Perfectly livable but needs modernizing. New windows & roof. Low $100,00’s! 9th & Ritner Vic – 23xx S 9th – Spacious 3 BR home, large kitchen & bath, excellent closet space. Very affordable. BellaVista High End Rehab – 3 story, brand new from top to bottom! 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths, master suite w/bath, walk-in closet & rear deck. H/W floors throughout. Ultra mod kitchen w/granite counters, glass backsplash & SS appliances. 10 year tax abatement! Southbrook Park - $65,000!! 29th & Moore – 3 bedrooms, airlight kitchen, finished basement. Needs work. Great investment opportunity.

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reSidential & MultiFaMily inveStMentS 21XX Wharton St.

$54,500

3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom 23XX S. Mildred St.

$89,000

3 bedrooms , 1 bathroom 7XX Pierce St. 3 bedrooms

$89,800 1 bathroom

26XX S. 6th St.

$99,000

3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom 27XX S. Sheridan St.

$99,900

3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom 5XX Gerritt St. 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms

$119,900

22XX S. 9th St. 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom 9XX tree St. 2bedrooms, 1 bathroom 25XX S. Warnock St. 3 bedrooms, 1 bedrooms 28XX S. Fairhill St. 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathroom 27XX S. MarShall St. 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms 19XX S. 7th St. 3 Units 20XX MorriS St. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms 15XX S. 8th St.

$123,000 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms 12XX S. 8th St. $125,888 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom 7XX WatkinS St. $135,000 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathroom 11XX tree St. $139,000 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms 20XX S. 7th St. $149,888 2 Units 23XX S. 9th St. $149,900 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathroom 26XX S. 9th St. $154,900 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms 10XX JohnSton St. $155,000 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms

13XX S. 7th St. $155,000 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms 6XX Moore St. $157,000 4 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms 7XX Mckean St. $159,800 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms 11XX S. 7th St. $165,000 4 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms 13XX S. 6th St. $170,888 3 Unitis 6XX dickinSon St. $179,999 4 Units 1XX carPenter St. $199,900 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

1223 Johnston St. Asking: $179,900 2 BR, 1.5 baths. Prime Location! Modern kitchen, rear wood deck, tile bathroom, spacious bedrooms and finished basement.

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1613-27 Germantown Avenue 9600 sq. ft. on 1 Floor. Light Industrial. $399,000.

254 Heather Road Corner Renovated Duplex in Upper Darby with Parking Lot. $178,500.

5944 Kemble Avenue Completely Renovated. 3 Bedrooms. Garage. Porch Front. $88,500.

1615 Carpenter Street Carriage House. Graduate Hospital Area. 3-car garage. 1 Bedroom Apartment. $319,000.

2431 Manton Street Gutted shell. Ready for Rehab. $32,500.

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Pennsport. Custom Home. Floating Stairs. High Ceilings. 10 Year Tax Abatement. $449,000.

2038 So. 22nd Street Beautifully Renovated. 2 Master Suites. Powder Room. Finished Basement. $179,000.

25 N 60th Street Porch Front Home. 60th & Market. Easy Access to El. $28,000.

1815-17 S 6th Street Over 4000 sq ft Corner. Open Floor Plan. $188,500.

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Near Germantown Cricket Club. 4 Bedroom. Deck. Garage. Hardwoods. $149,000.

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SUMMER RENTALS ATLANTIC CITY RITZ July and August Summer Rentals still available. Affordable Pricing. Call David Hirsch for details 609-214-9567. BRIGANTINE Pets OK 7/4-7/8 $800 or 7/1-7/8 $1375, July $1350/wk. 9/2-9/9 $1025. www.BrigB.com 856-217-0025

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One BDRM Condo. Weekly Rentals $550; Weekends $300; Monthly $1800. Winter Rental $800 Mo. 609-233-0230 NORTH WILDWOOD 2BDR Apt. Air/Cond., Color TV, Parking, weekly, monthly or season. 609-522-2523

YEARLY RENTALS ATLANTIC CITY OCEAN CLUB July and August Summer Rentals still available. Affordable Pricing. Call Roy Sous for Details 609233-8419.

STUDIO/EFFICIENCY 1421 RITNER ST. 1st. Flr.,Studio,$650 per mo.Yd.Excel. Locat. Frst.,lst,sec. 267-320-3768 SO.BROAD ST. CENTER CITY LIVING AT SOUTH PHILA. PRICES. SPACIOUS, SUNNY,SAFE,SECURE. C/A, INTERCOM, Transp/Shopping right outside your door. No Pets. $650/mo.+utils. 215-7556900.

ROOM FOR RENT 13TH & SPRUCE- Parker Hotel CC. Fully Furn’d Rms, no sec. deposit. Utils & housekeeping incld. WK: $165-$203; Day: $40-$56. 215-735-2300.

ONE BEDROOM FOR RENT 2ND & RITNER 2nd Flr. newlyrenovated, utilities incl.(except electric) $650. 215-465-1958

9TH & SPRING GARDEN

MOD.2ND FLR. A/C,HDWD FLRS., GREAT LOC. $1100/ MO+UTILS. 610-304-0087 C.C. BROWNSTONE PENTHOUSE Ultra mod, Mrbl BA/Jac, WD, CA, HWF, Deck. $975+. 215463-7374

TWO BEDROOM FOR RENT 12XX JACKSON ST. 2nd flr. Large 2 BDR Apt. No Pets. 215-334-2825 12xx S BROAD 1st&3rd fl Lrg. Apt New Apls. Byd Ex Cond,Utl Inc $895 & $ 995. 215-808-4123 13XX PORTER ST. 2nd flr. separate entrance, 2 BDR, 1 large LVRm, Big Kitchen, Deck $925 mo. + utilities. 215-200-3953 15XX SO.9TH ST 3rd. flr.,mod. 4rms. & bath. Heat incl. No Pets. 856-858-4830.

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2ND FLR., MOD. ALL APPLS.,A/C, NEWLY RENOV. $1200/MO.+. 610-304-0087. C.C. Ultra Mod BROWNSTONE 2BR, Mble BA/Jac, WD, HWF, AC, Patio. $1100/mo+. 215-463-7374 EPIPHANY PARRISH (13/Wolf): Rehabbed 2BR, 1.5BA house w/Yard, HW flrs, DW, WD. $1000/mo. 267-254-1914 SO. BROAD STREET LUXURIOUS, SPACIOUS, ULTRA MODERN KIT. W/GRANITE, HARDWOOD/ CERAMIC/BERBER CARPET, C/A, W/D, WINDOW TREATMENT, VISUAL INTERCOM. CLOSE TO TRANS.,SHOPPING AND SPORTS COMPLEX. NO PETS $1,150/mo.+utils. Call 215755-6900.

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728 W. GLENWOOD AVE. Can be yours this summer. Lvoely home. huge kitchen, huge screened-in back deck, move-in condition. 2 Blks. from bay. As Jerry about furniture. $169,900. Contact Jerry Freal at Calloway Realty, Wildwood Crest NJ 609-522-7777. jerry.callowayrealty.com

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Office/Store,1100-1200/sq.ft.Great Locat!$1500mo+ 610-304-0087

COMMERCIAL SPACE COMMERCIAL/PROFESSIONAL SPACE PRIME HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION WITH OFFSTREET, PARKING, SPORTS COMPLEX. VIC. 1200SF. C/A, W/W Carpet, SUITABLE FOR G Y M / D AY C A R E / S C H O O L / FOOD ESTABLISHMENT/OFFICES. 215-755-6900.

COMMERCIAL SPACE DELAWARE AVE. VIC. Prime Location 7000 SQ Ft.Warehouse with 2nd flr. offices. Loading Dock with overhead door. Convenient to 1-95, min. from Northern Libs. Ideala for Small contractor, machine and/or wood shop. 215755-6900.

GARAGES FOR RENT 4TH & MOORE. LARGE GARAGE 10FT OH Door, POWDER RM., CALL MARIO 215-6511490. 10TH & McKEAN Basic Garage. Ideal for storage/contractor. $200/ mo. 215-465-4565

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