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August 29, 2008 12:00 AM

Good deeds light path to adulthood

Every year at Passover, after he'd dressed up as Moses and led his 10 to 12 grandchildren through the “Red Sea,” Bert Bodenheimer would sit them down, settle into his chair, and tell stories about his own childhood in Hitler's Germany.

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