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ALL ON MY OWN Tying shoe laces on her own is doable with our step-by-step pictorial
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You outdid yourself with awesome coverage on Monsey’s iconic Lake Suzanne! Hopefully, you’ve brought some readers back to a time when the lake was a wondrous marvel. I’m sure you’ll be inundated with letters concerning the lake’s current state of neglect. I wish your publication would be the conduit for starting a strong campaign to restore its former beauty. I believe our collective voices will reach the personnel or commission designated for this purpose. If anyone is aware of responsible party under whose jurisdiction this lake is, please write in. Let us petition for a working fountain, clock (to move past its preferential eight o’clock!), beautiful landscape and clean, non-green water. Another suggestion which would benefit our town is a small beautiful park on the dried-up side of Lake Suzanne, directly across Elaine Place. It can include a large sandbox, swings and soft play area for children. Anyone in favor or opposed? Looking forward to your opinions, T.L.
UP JEW HILL Wow! I really enjoyed this past issue of The Monsey View. It is absolutely fascinating to learn about Monsey’s history. Now I am wondering: How did my street get its name?! Here’s an interesting fact about Spring Valley and Monsey up-the-hill that I learned when I bought my house from a 86-year-old woman: As a child, she and her friends and family would call the area up Maple Avenue “Jew Hill,” due to the density of the Jewish population. “We didn’t mean anything bad by it,” Mary told us, “just that it was the area where your people lived!” Although she was a very nice, I wonder if “Jew Hill” was dubbed thus by the same people who posted the “No dogs or Jews” sign... B.F.
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RE: WHAT’S IN A STREET NAME? I wanted to add some details you missed in your feature on Monsey street names, and to point out a correction. Hopal Lane is named not for a Mr. Hoffman, like you had written, but for Mr. Hoffnung. Fanley Woods was named for Ellish’s wife, whose name was Fannie. In fact, the lake was first known as Fanley Lake. Park Lane was built by builder Dave Paikin, for whom Paikin Drive is named. I saw you clipped some advertisements for home prices in Fanley Woods in the ‘60s. It may be interesting for your readers to know that way back then taxes on these homes were approximately $100 for the year. Sunrise Drive got its name from the fact that sunrise can be seen from its hill. A Long-time Monsey Resident
RE: WHAT’S IN A STREET NAME? Thank you for the interesting article on the Monsey streets. I just wanted to add the history of some other street names. In the old YSV Girl’s building there were plaques with the names of the donors of the building. Some of the names were familiar sounding, such as Laura Paiken and Fannie Ellish. That sheds light on the street names Laura and Paikin. I’m wondering if Fannie has any connection to Fanley Woods. (Editor’s note: She was the wife of Alfred J. Ellish, the original owner.) If anyone can review those plaques, if they still exist, we’d probably have more information. M.F.
ON-THE-MARK INSPIRATION I wanted to reach out to let you know how inspired I am by Malka Schneps’ weekly parsha articles. Her messages are so practical and so powerful. This week, especially, an idea she mentioned was so thought-provoking. Although it wasn’t the main point of the article, it resonated with me and made me aware of something I never had thought twice about. Malka wrote how sometimes a person may daven just so they should be able to partake of food. I must say I never thought about my hasty birchas hashachar in that manner, and it truly enlightened me, that yes, my davening is not an act onto itself — it is my passport that allows me to eat breakfast. How many times is my mind on my food as I hastily mumble the brachos? The message hit home and I hope to change my focus. Thank you for the constant inspiration. A Reader
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DOUGH: 4 cups flour
2⅔ sticks margarine
1 tsp. baking powder
3 T. sugar
1 T. orange juice
DIRECTIONS: 1. Using a dough hook, mix all ingredients to form a cookie dough. 2. Take off 1 cup of dough and freeze it. 3. Line a 10”x16” pan with silver foil. Press dough firmly into pan.
CREAM: 4 eggs
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1 tsp. vanilla extract
1¼ cup sugar
2½ sticks margarine
7 T. cocoa
1 tsp. rum extract
DIRECTIONS: 1. Mix cream and spread over dough.
2. Freeze for 2 hours
MARSHMALLOW LAYER: 6 egg whites
1 cup sugar
1 instant vanilla pudding
DIRECTIONS: 1. Make a snow with the egg whites, and slowly add the sugar and then vanilla pudding. 2. Spread over frozen cream layer.
TOPPING: 1 cup frozen dough (prepared in first part)
1 bar dark chocolate
DIRECTIONS: 1. Grate frozen dough over the marshmallow layer. 2. Grate the chocolate over the grated dough.
Bake for 55 minutes on 325°. Remove from oven. Readiness cannot be tested.
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2 cups flour
2 cups sugar
¼ cup orange juice
2 tsp. baking powder
DIRECTIONS: 1. Beat egg whites to form a snow.
4. Line 2 cookie sheets with silver foil and spray with baking spray.
2. Slowly add sugar. Mix for one minute, lower speed, and then add the yolks and the oil. 3. On the lowest speed add the rest of the ingredients, alternating the dry and liquids.
5. Divide batter into two and pour into cookie sheets. 6. Bake on 350° for 12 minutes, checking if it’s ready.
DARK LAYER: 5 eggs, separated
¼ cup oil
1 cup flour
1 T. coffee
1 cup sugar
¼ cup orange juice
1 tsp. Baking powder
2 T. cocoa
LAYERED LEMON CAKE
DIRECTIONS: 1. Beat egg whites to form a snow. 2. Slowly add sugar. Mix for one minute, lower speed, and then add the yolks and the oil. 3. Dilute coffee and cocoa in orange juice, and on the lowest speed, add the rest of the ingredients, alternating the dry and liquids. 4. Line a cookie sheet with silver foil and spray with baking spray. 5. Pour batter into cookie sheets. 6. Bake on 350° for 12 minutes, checking if it’s ready.
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3 T. lemon juice
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ASSEMBLY: 1. Divide lemon cake in three. 2. Spread cream over one light layer and place dark layer over it. 3. Spread cream over dark layer and top with second light layer. 4. Spread with cream again.
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Shoes: A necessity, perhaps. A hobby, at times. And almost always a standard part of a person’s dress. Rare is the society that goes shoeless in today’s day and age. We humans have long worn various items to protect our feet from rubble and stubble and all things too hot or cold. But regardless of the general rule to clad our feet, styles of footwear have changed drastically throughout the ages. Let’s step back in time and take a walk through history.
EARLIEST FOOTWEAR Footwear seems to be nearly as old as the creation of man. Throughout the Chumash footwear is mentioned multiple times, such as when Moshe Rabbeinu is commanded to take off his shoes, or when the laws of yibbum v’chalitzah are expounded upon. Most types of early footwear can be divided into two categories: sandals and shoes. Sandals, of course, were most common in hot climates, while closed shoes were frequently used in chillier environments. Footwear was usually only worn outdoors in most locales, and the very poor frequently went barefoot, both indoors and out. Egyptian Sandals: In Egypt, common citizens wore sandals made from products like hemp or papyrus, while royalty wore finer versions in
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leather, which were often overlaid with precious jewels and metals. Indian Sandals: The paduka is one of the oldest known types of sandals and is still worn for certain occasions in India. Instead of securing the sandal to the foot with a thong, a toe knob keeps the sole attached to the foot. Japanese Sandals: The geta has been historically used to raise wearer’s feet to avoid snow and mud. Southeastern European Shoes: The opanci were, and still are, crafted from a single sheet of leather with added straps. Thick socks or tights are worn underneath for added warmth. Opanci are a national symbol of Serbia. Native American Shoes: Moccasins are historically what the various tribes of Native Americans
wore, though that simple word doesn’t mean much, as there were various styles made, depending on tribal location and tradition. All moccasins, however, were handcrafted from leather and sinew. Some resembled sandals, while the most common was a shoe-like leather foot encasement. Moccasins could be made of plain leather or decorated with rich beading. For colder weather, rabbit fur was frequently added for warmth. Similarly, the Inuit of the arctic regions had leather and fur boots, called mukluks.
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12TH–20TH CENTURY EUROPE A precursor to the modern-day pointytoed shoes we’re used to seeing was the Crakow shoe, named for the Polish city where the style was believed to have originated. The style was worn by both men and women, though men’s styles were often ridiculously long in toe. The ever-lengthening tip led to a French ban on the construction of the shoe and an English ban on toe length exceeding two inches. Historically, Europe had its share of sanitation problems. Walking the streets meant that one was always in danger of stepping deep into animal and human waste — a decidedly unpleasant aspect of being born into that era. Pattens, a type of elevated overshoes, were worn to keep
↑ Indian padukas
↑ Egyptian sandals
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↑ Japanese geta sandals
pedestrians high above ground while on the street — and were sometimes also worn indoors by those who had a fear of catching cold through contact with the chill of the floor. According to Medieval Jewish History: An Encyclopedia, The Rashba zt”l was posed with a shaila regarding the use of “patines” — which are assumed to refer to pattens — on Shabbos. The Rashba replied that it was the custom of all the wise in the land to wear them and was permitted on Shabbos. (Of course, if pattens ever come back into fashion, ask your local Orthodox rabbi!) Over in Venice the chopine was the choice to keep the wearer elevated. Over time, the height of a wearer’s chopines came to signify her social standing: the higher the shoe, the more prestigious the person. Some chopines were over 20 inches tall and lead to tragic falls. Chopine wearers often required assistance when walking.
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What is believed to have started out in Persia as a way to prevent warrior’s shoes from slipping into the stirrups of their horses morphed over time to become an extremely popular style of male shoe, though seldom do our modern minds equate high heels with male wearers. King Louis XIV of France popularized this style in the 17th century by wearing them to increase his short stature of 5’4” to the slightly aboveFrench-average height of 5’9”. He also decreed that only those who belonged in his inner court could wear the heel color of red. High heels were eventually adopted by women too, and it become customary for women to wear thin heels and men, thick ones. By the 18th century, heels had fallen out of favor with men and remained solely in the realm of women’s garb, save for cowboy/riding boots.
20TH CENTURY AND BEYOND
Boots, both button-up and lace-up, were popular women’s shoes in the Victorian era (mid-1800s-early 1900s), and continued to be worn as a popular daytime choice for several more years, with ankle-high heels most common for evening wear. Though in existence from the 1600s, Oxford shoes peaked in American popularity by the early 1900s and have remained a classic ever since. Saddle shoes, a form of Oxfords, were extremely popular for both male and females between 1920-1950, especially among young people.
↑ Early 19th century pattens
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Though plimsolls had been around since the 1800s, these shoes were designed with neither right nor left specifications, and the Keds brand, introduced in 1916, knocked them out of popularity as the active shoe. And then Converse came along and introduced the All Star shoe, and the battle for the best sneaker began. From there, other major sneaker brands appeared, such a Nike, Adidas and Puma. Sneakers were here to stay.
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With all the “new-fangled” styles we’re likely to see in local shoe shops this school and Yom Tov season, we’d be wise to remember that there is really nothing new under the sun. Fashions come and go, and everything today is but an offshoot of things that have already been. Though pretty presentations bring a certain measure of joy to the wearers’ hearts, the ikkar is that the feet are covered, safe from the surrounding elements. No matter what shoe you choose in the end, don’t forget to have in mind “sheasa li kol tzorki.” that Hashem is caring for the basic need of keeping your feet safe and sound. Style is just a bonus!
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Shoe-Shopping Q&A with Dr. Harry G. Baldinger IT’S SHOE SHOPPING SEASON. So many hours, so much money and so much decision making is invested in selecting that perfect pair with the perfect fit for each child. Dr. Harry G. Baldinger, D.P.M., Monsey’s experienced and well-known podiatrist, shares his expertise with the readers of the Monsey View. What role do shoes play in the health of one’s feet, gait and overall functioning?
When does a child need an arch support, and what do these orthotics accomplish? In a normal, healthy foot, the heel and foot are perpendicular with the weightbearing surface. Look in the mirror and see if your feet are straight, or they collapse inward. Arches are used by patients who have misalignedor flat feet. This misalignment can cause foot pain, difficulty with walking, as well as a host of other issues, as the foot is not an entity onto itself — it is the foundation of the body. Many people will then opt for arches to place the foot in a correct position. They will obtain either ready or custom-made prescription arch supports depending on the severity of their conditions. Arches will make walking more com-
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fortable, but they will not solve the underlying issue. They can be compared to glasses, which aid a person in seeing, but as soon as the glasses are off, the sight is as poor as it had previously been. The arch improves the gait and increases comfort, but as soon as the person isn’t wearing his arch, he’s back to square one. In addition, the ankle will continue to move, even while wearing the arch, often causing lower back pain, hip pain, knee pain or posture issues. Is there anything else that can help with my flat feet? An amazing breakthrough in the field of podiatry has enabled Dr. Baldinger to treat patients in a manner that repairs the underlying problem, instead of just addressing symptoms the problem can be permanently corrected with a minimally invasive procedure. You can restore proper alignment resolve secondary symptoms and improve overall mobility and health. This procedure can be done for children and adults, and the patient can resume walking right away, and can expect to be back to normal by six weeks. The amazing part about this procedure is that it is completely reversible, and does not change anything in the body. Heels or flats: what is better? Dr. Baldinger’s recommends to wear heels of 1 to 2 inches on a regular basis. One should aim for a little bit of height, be it a wedge or heel, on shoes. If your shoes have a wedge they will give you better support. High heels can be worn in moderation for special occasions. Correct fit and padding will make the heels more comfortable. Products and tips that will help you wear your heels right are available inour office. Wearing extremely flat shoes is not good for the foot, either. One should aim for a little bit of height on shoes. How do winter shoes and boots impact athlete’s foot? Can you share any advice for relief? Athlete’s foot is a fungal infection of the skin, caused by moisture.
Closed shoes and boots worn for a prolonged period of time, which cause the wearer to sweat, can encourage the growth of these infections. To minimize recurrence, spread and reinfection of fungi, here are some tips: • Apply medication as prescribed • Clean shower with bleach • Wash your feet with antibacterial soap • Always dry your feet well, especially between toes • Do not share nail tools • Wash your hands after you touch your feet • Change socks daily and dispose old socks • Dispose old shoes. At the end of each day, undo laces and leave shoes in well ventilated area In addition we have products in our office that prevent/alleviate athlete’s foot, like treatments to kill fungi and bacteria in shoes, sprays, powders antiperspirants, foot wipes and cleansers We also recommend wearing cotton or wool socks only (natural fibers) and to use waterproof boots that will keep the snow and moisture out. What if a fungus has spread to the nails? The latest on the scene for treating nail fungus is laser treatment for fungal nails. Our state-of-the-art machines offer painless treatment that is FDA approved and completely safe for anyone. All it requires is four sessions of eight minutes each under laser beams to kill the infection. Should one stay away from plastic shoe fads like Natives, Crocs, etc.? Anything that doesn’t let the air through, be it Crocs, Natives or Geox (the holes which make you feel like they’re letting the foot breathe, actually will often let the water in, making these shoes damp) is the perfect breeding ground for fungal and bacterial infections. As one perspires more with plastic footwear, and the moisture has no escape, not only may they cause the above infections, but they will often cause dry skin and other issues. This type of footgear is appropriate
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Is there anything else people should look out for when buying shoes? • Take your child shoe shopping. Every shoe fits differently. Letting a kid have a say in the shoe buying process promotes healthy foot habits down the road. • Always measure a child’s feet before buying shoes and watch for signs of irritation. Pay attention to proper length, width and depth when fitting your child’s shoes. Poorly fitting children’s shoes can cause toe problems, ingrown toenails, hammer toes, calluses and bunions. • Buy shoes that don’t need a “break-in” period. Shoes should be comfortable immediately. They should be tried with the socks or tights the child will wear with the shoes. • Always buy for the larger foot. Feet are seldom precisely the same size. • Shoes with laces always give better support. • Never hand down footwear. Just because a shoe fits one child comfortably it doesn’t mean it’ll fit another the same way. Sharing shoes can also spread fungi like athlete’s foot and nail fungus. • Shoe and sock sizes may change every few months as a child’s feet grows. Look out for discomfort. • If you’re finding that no shoe is good for your child, it very well may be that the shoe isn’t the problem, your child’s foot may be. If your child’s shoes always gaps, good fit is difficult, or the heels wear out unevenly, especially at the inner side, it’s time to see a podiatrist and give your child the gift of a good gait. Dr. Harry G. Baldinger is a Board Certified Podiatric Surgeon. He maintains a private practice since 1980 and is on staff at Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern. His office can be reached at 845-425-8686. For more information, visit www.drbaldinger.com or send questions to email@example.com.
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צייט און כח האט אייער טאטע אייך געשאנקען?
י ע צ ט א י ז ד י צ י י ט צ ו ר י ק צ ו צ א לן ! שענקט אייער פאטער געשמאקע טעג און נעכט" .שנות חיים" וועט אים סערווירן שעות פון תענוג וקורת רוח וועלכע וועלן מאכן יעדן איינציגן טאג ,א געשמאקע לעבעדיגע און זיסע דערקוויקעניש .עס קומט זיך פאר אייער פאטער דאס בעסטע!
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טראנספארטאציע צוגעשטעלט אין פראכטפולן "המספיק טערעס" זאל 58 ,רוט 59
פאר מער אינפארמאציע און רעגיסטראציע רופט
ק ו מ ט א ר י י ן ! א יב ע ר צ י יג ט א י י ך א ל י י נ ס. . .
Step 1 TIPS 1. Tying your own shoe lace is a skill that is generally acquired between the ages of five and seven. 2. Parent and child should sit side by side so that the child has the same perspective. Whatever the child is told to do should be preceded by the parents doing that very action. 3. The back of the shoe should be facing the parent and the child, in the exact same position as it would be if someone is wearing the shoe and bending down to tie it. 4. It’s a good idea to practice tying laces with two different colored laces. 5. Remember! Tying shoelaces takes lots of practice. Be patient with the child and they will catch on.
Pull both laces upward, creating even parallel lines like train tracks.
Cross the tips of the laces into an “x.”
Tuck one of the tips under the opening or point of intersection.
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Pull the two tips in opposite directions.
Create an “x” using both bunny ears.
You have just tied a knot.
Choose one of the laces and fold it in ½, creating a bunny ear (loop). You can hold the “ear” with your thumb and index finger.
Take the top end of one bunny ear and tuck it beneath the point of intersection until you see the “ear” peeking out of the opening. (Explain how one of the bunnies ran around the tree. When he saw a dog, he jumped into the hole to safety on the opposite side.)
Create a second bunny ear (loop) with the other lace.
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Name of Area: Old Monsey Zip Code: 10952 Area mileage: 1.27 square
miles Overview: This area still has the old Monsey look, boasting large properties upon green, grassy streets with trees and foliage. Aptly known as “Up the Hill,” there are beautiful views from its location higher up and there are many upgraded homes and mansions in the area.
Properties zoned at R-15A run in the range of .25–.35 acre. All others are approximately .5–.75 acre.
There are currently 14 standard homes for sale in the area, averaging at $840,000, with the highest price being $1,200,000 and the lowest $519,000. There are also 12 mansions on the market currently, the average price being $1,591,000, with the highest going for $2,500,000 and the lowest $999,000. Looking at the past year, there were 14 homes that sold, with an average sale price of $733,000, the highest having been $915,000 and lowest $462,000. No mansions sold in the area in the past year. (There is one home that sold for $1,400,000 with optional subdivision for two lots, which is not included in the above average.)
You can expect to pay $13,000–16,000 annually in taxes for a standard home and $25,000–35,000 annually for a mansion (before any reductions).
From Saddle River Road, Remsen Avenue to West Maple Avenue, the zoning is R-15A: One may build 1 unit + an accessory apartment. West Maple Avenue to Cedar Lane and Blauvelt Road is zoned at R-15: One may build 1 unit per 15,000 square feet. The rest of the properties have a R-35 to R-40 zoning: There, 35,000–40,000 square feet is necessary per 1 unit.
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Viola Town Park (Manny Weldler Park), which adds to the greenness and serenity of the area 169 West Maple Avenue
9. Agudas Yisroel of Monsey 45 Remsen Ave, Monsey, NY 10952 10. Tiferes Yisroel Stanislov 55 W Maple Ave, Monsey, NY 10952 11. Bais Hachnosas Kehillas Monsey 89 W Maple Ave, Monsey, NY 10952 12. Shaarei Tefilah 7 Nelson Rd, Monsey, NY 10952 13. Bais Mayer Chevra Shas 3 Smolley Dr, Monsey, NY 10952 14. Anshei Briarwood 19 Briarwood Ln, Suffern, NY 10901 15. Congregation Bais Torah 89 Carlton Rd W, Suffern, NY 10901
GETTING TO MAIN MONSEY:
Walking to Corner Maple Avenue and Main Street takes approximately 15–25 minutes, and it’s a 5–7 minute drive.
16. Menuchas Asher 16 Pine Rd, Suffern, NY 10901 17. Siach Yitzchok Detroit 72 Highview Rd, Monsey, NY 10952 18. Tefillah L’Dovid 68 Carlton Rd, Monsey, NY 10952
19. Anshei Sfard 38 College Rd, Monsey, NY 10952
1. K’hal Avreichim 31 Dover Terrace, Monsey, NY 10952
20. Breslov 38 College Rd, Monsey, NY 10952
2. Mikdash Dovid 2 Hilltop Ln, Monsey, NY 10952
21. Chabad of Olympia 15 Olympia Ln, Monsey, NY 10952
3. Beis Tefillah 2 Maplewood Ln, Monsey, NY 10952
22. Bais Yosef Meir 19 Olympia Ln, Monsey, NY 10952
4. Tiferes Gedalya 9 Saddle River Rd, Monsey, NY 10952
23. Oir Yosef Yampala 32 College Rd, Monsey, NY 10952
5. Beis Medrash of Monsey 3 Harvest Ct, Monsey, NY 10952 6. Ohel Yakov 1 Challenger Ct, Monsey, NY 10952 7. Shaarei Chesed 92 Saddle River Rd, Monsey NY 10952
I am glad to call this area of Monsey home, where there are primarily one-family homes and the real flavor of what Monsey is all about.
8. Khal Tzemech Dovid Dinev 43 Albert Dr, Monsey, NY 10952
All information is based on the market prices and activity and does not necessarily reflect any off-market deals.
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At Roth & Co, we believe that knowledge is power. Because the first step to attacking the weak spots in your business is knowing what they are. As Brooklyn’s largest accounting firm, our mission has always been to empower business leaders like you to thrive in a changing, complex world. That’s why we’re so excited to be offering a brand new service at this year’s LTB 2017 Summit: 360° Business Assessments. Most businesses face the same challenges, regardless of size or industry. While there’s no one-sizefits-all solution to your business’s problems, we can help you identify mistakes that may be losing your employees, customers, sales or revenues. But our 360° Business Assessment isn’t just for telling you what’s wrong. It’s also for telling you how to make things right. We’ll identify growth opportunities you may be overlooking, enlighten you to the strategies that will move your business forward, and give you the clarity you need to make smart business decisions. Because in business, it’s true: knowledge is power. But the combination of knowledge and clarity? Now that’s an unstoppable force.
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KNOW YOUR LINGO: CORDWAINER: one who makes shoes COBBLER: one who mends shoes
ONCE UPON A SHOE…
• Up until the 19th century shoes were made by hand. • Until around 1870 the majority of shoes were made to be neither left or right; both sides were crafted the same! • After WWII gluing soles to shoes became the norm, rather than tedious sewing. • George Washington’s troops received the first shipment of factory-produced shoes. They were very uncomfortable, and cobblers had to modify them to make them wearable. • Once factory production of the soldiers’ shoes was perfected, the South wanted to get a taste of the goods. It was common after a battle to find downed Union soldiers without their boots, which were pilfered by Confederates. • Jan Matzeliger, an African man who moved to America, revolutionized the way shoes were produced. By inventing a machine that streamlined production, factories went from producing roughly 50 pairs of shoes a day to 750 pairs of shoes a day!
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• Lynn, Massachusetts became the shoe production capital of the world for a while, home to 234 factories that made over a million pairs per day! • The Great Depression brought the American shoemaking industry to its knees. Nowadays, 99% of shoe production is done overseas.
THE FUTURE OF FOOTWEAR
• Nike released self-lacing sneakers in 2016 that are battery operated. When you place your foot inside, the sneaker tightens to conform to your foot. No bending and tying required. • Adidas is working on a shoe called the Futurecraft, that has a sole constructed through 3D printing. The sole is completely bendable, making for a very comfortable fit. • Shiftwear sneakers are able to change their outer design with the push of a
button, allowing various patterns to be displayed at the wearer’s whim. • GPS Smart Insoles are perfect for people who have the tendency to wander off, leaving their caretakers wondering where they’ve been. With these insoles, you’ll always know where the person you seek has gone! • Lundi boots include a heating element that keeps your toes toasty warm even in freezing weather. You can control the temp inside the boot to suit your needs.
• The world’s largest shoe store is in Dubai and is 96,000 square feet. • The largest shoe floor in a department store is the flagship Macy’s shoe department, featuring 43,000 square feet, 400 workers and 280,000 pairs of shoes. • In developing regions, car tires are often used to make soles for shoes. • A “sneakerhead” is one who collects limited
edition or rare sneakers, often to resell them at inflated prices. • Think you’ve got a shoe addiction? Egyptian royalty were often buried with their shoe collections! • Neil Armstrong’s moon-landing boots are floating around somewhere in space, but would be priceless if found and auctioned off! • According to a poll, the average woman owns 19 pairs of shoes, though she only wears four of them.
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The Ribnitz Rebbe Took Care of Me “I’d like to share with you the reason why I chose a Tehillim Kollel membership at the Tzion of the Ribnitz Rebbe. When I was a young boy, I was born into a beautiful family, filled with Talmidei Chachamim. My fathers, my brothers, they all excelled at their learning. But I was different. I tried really hard but I could never be like them. I wasn’t born with the same talents. My father was always disappointed in me. During the years of my struggle, I frequently visited the Ribnitz Rebbe and poured out my heart and all my pain. The Rebbe was always warm and encouraging, and by the end of the visit, I felt uplifted and comforted. My father never knew about these times.” “Later on, I went to learn in Eretz Yisroel and I continued to maintain a personal connection with the Ribnitz Rebbe. I was very saddened by his Petirah, feeling like I lost a person who truly cared about me.” “One day, my father called me and asked, “You know the Ribnitz Rebbe?” I was so surprised. I asked, “Why, how do you know?” He shared with me that an old friend from his yeshiva days, who he hadn’t seen in 20 years, called him up, with regards for me from the Ribnitz Rebbe. This friend had a dream in which the Ribnitz Rebbe told him, “Call up your friend Avraham and tell him that his son Shmuel is going to be okay. He is a good boy and he will see a lot of nachas from him.” “My father is Avraham. I am Shmuel. The Ribnitz Rebbe continued to take care of me and look out for me, after his Petira! And that’s why I chose a membership at his Tzion. I am sharing this story so that others know. If you develop a connection with the Rebbe, if you daven at his Kever or send messengers to daven for you through Tehillim Kollel, he will take care of you too.”
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FAMILY GATHERING IN A BUNGALOW COLONY
Summer residents in a bungalow colony don’t really have much room for indoor partying, so we moved this breakfast outdoors for a low-key, yet very tasteful affair.
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TA B L E S E T T I N G S
We want a mix of color — but not too much color. Therefore, we use a prettier print at the sit-down tables where guests will spend more time, and solids at the buffet.
Since bungalow colony landscaping generally doesn’t provide for very flat surfaces, we choose small, round tables that’ll guarantee stability on a rocky ground. Tabletop surface is limited here, so we keep it simple: A small bouquet at the center, and juice glass and folded napkin at each place setting. White phoenix chairs round out the “straight out of a breakfast nook” scene.
To bring some height to the buffet we intersperse tall vases and towering flower arrangements with the food stations. While we generally don’t use candles when there’s so much sunshine overhead, this table could use another “something.” A small candle fills just that role!
D R I N K S TAT I O N S
We can’t have a breakfast without java and juice, can we? To up the ante, we put out iced coffee, and a variety of tea too! These small, charming pitchers of milk are a nice replacement for plastic cartons.
What’s summer without refreshing drinks? Glass dispensers showcase a choice of quince and pineapple; lemon and lime; and grapefruit juice. These charming lanterns bring alternating heights into the picture for a more complete look.
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Lined up in square dishes for easy access, olives, cheese, fried onions, peppers, and mushrooms create a wide variety of addons for personalized, morning omelets.
To display the cheese miniatures neatly and attractively, we put them onto cake plates with pedestals, and place each one in its own cubicle within the shelving units.
Messy drips and spills are neatly avoided by use of individual glasses to display fish and vegetable salads. This arrangement also allows for each salad type to get its own space within the display for easy viewing.
At the bread table, we offer pretzels, mini baguettes, bagels and more for pas Shacharis. Elegantly displayed cream cheese and butter stand at the ready too, along with a knife and cutting boards. Rice cakes, melba toast and crackers have their own spot on this wood and metal double-decker display.
We pile a cutting board atop a wooden bowl for height to display sliced salmon. Edible flowers work to bring some color to the table. OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, WE HAVE SUCCESSFULLY PLANNED AND EXECUTED HUNDREDS OF ORIGINAL EVENTS IN A MYRIAD OF THEMES. WHILE EACH WAS DIFFERENT AND TOTALLY FRESH, THEY WERE ALIKE IN THEIR AUTHENTICITY OF THEIR HOSTâ€™S DISTINCTIVE EXPRESSION. WE PLEDGE TO COLLABORATE WITH YOU AND REALIZE YOUR DREAM EVENT WHILE RESPECTING YOUR BUDGETARY APPETITE.
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177 BATES DRIVE (Back)
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1 FOREST GLEN
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100 ROUTE 59 #41
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6 ASH STREET
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17 JON LEIF
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18 HILLTOP LANE (Downstairs)
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NEW HEMPSTEAD AREA (Rotating)
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BAIS TEFILLA- MAPLEWOOD LN
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25 ASHELL LANE
TWERSKI • 845.425.7252
PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS 6:00 P:M
DR. FRANK AREA
PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS 6:00 P:M
116 ADAR COURT
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PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS 6:00 P:M
24 FRANCIS PLACE
HERZOG • 845.425.1237
PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS 6:OO P:M
65 SADDLE RIVER RD
KOHN • 845.426.1512
PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS 6:00 P:M
33 ELLISH PARKWAY
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10 ELYON RD
WEISS 425.5922/SCHORR 352.8893
PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS 1 3/4 hr. before שקיעהBREWER AREA
AHAVAS TORAH • 1 RIBIER CT
SCHIFF (CALL) • 845.356.8206
PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS After Mincha
SHARAI TEFILLA (Mincha 5:00)
7 Nelson Road
ROTATING UP THE HILL
KLUGMAN • 845.425.1049
1 1/4 HR.BEF. שקיעה
GITTY RUDINSKY • 845.354.3924
ARNSTEIN • 845.425.4563 /845.642.8849
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School Lunch and Breakfast Program Invitation for Bid (IFB) Date Issued: 8/28/17 Description: Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County is seeking a Glatt Kosher Caterer to provide Breakfast and Lunch meals for the 2017-2018 school year. We are currently soliciting competitive proposals and wish to invite your company to submit a proposal. Date Proposal Opens: 8/28/17at Location: 681 Chestnut Ridge Road, Spring starting end of sivan Valley, NY 10977 Meals are served Monday â€“ Friday Proposal Packages can be picked up at 681 Chestnut Ridge Road, Spring Valley, NY 10977 or email your request to: email@example.com Proposal Procedure: The Caterer shall complete a Proposal/Contract document, indicating the proposed portion sizes and component contribution for each menu item, meeting the USDA meal pattern requirements consistent with the HHFKA of 2010 as published Jan 26, 2012, 7 CFR Part 210. And all current USDA and NEW YORK STATE requirementâ€™s, and indicating the price per meal. All meals must meet the following kosher requirements: -Milk -Cholov Yisroel -Pas Yisroel -Rabbinical Supervision of Vendor Kitchen -Product Rabbinical Hechsher -Meals must meet all Kosher Guidelines Submit TWO (2) original copies with original signatures of the complete RFP and the accompanying proposal sheets in a sealed envelope. The sealed package shall be labeled as follows: The Proposal/Contracts received will be reviewed for responsiveness by members of the Bais Yaakov Elementary of Rockland County Contract Evaluation Team. Please review the Proposal/Contract terms and conditions carefully. When the document is signed by the school administration it becomes the official Contract. In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex,disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form (link is external), (AD-3027) found online at: http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html (link is external), and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by: (1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; (2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or (3) email: firstname.lastname@example.org (link sends e-mail). This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
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by sara goldstein
Days to Serenity
HI EVERYBODY! No way! It’s school season. Like seriously. Did summer even happen?! The days leading to the start of school are always hectic. Uniforms, school supplies, kids coming home from camp and shoe shopping. Funny how something so joyous can turn into such a hassle with three toddlers (they all seem like toddlers when going shopping, no?) hanging off the carriage. The store is so crowded I can’t even get my daughter’s foot into the shoe without stepping on someone else’s foot, only to realize that I said “I’m sorry” to a shoe. The magic starts when your number is announced after 112 minutes of waiting time. By that time all the snacks that you bought along are gone and you’re starting to worry that all the shoes in the store are gone as well. You pay and see the total, and in a moment of clarity, you know for a fact that there were lots of shoes left for you. And the magic ends. But it’s always cute how your kids check the shoes every few minutes after you get home and show them off to all their neighbors. That lasts about four days into the school year. With supplies as well. Your child’s briefcase with the fresh supplies will look like this for exactly a day and a half after school starts. Take a minute every day to check her folder and spill out any crumbs from the briefcase. Rearrange her pencil case next. It also makes you see what she has a surplus of and what she needs. It literally takes a minute. I also love doing this because I always find treasures that I hadn’t even known existed. Laffy Taffy wrapper? Umm, not from me. Must have exchanged her chocolate chip cookies for this. Sugar always wins. Hello Kitty eraser? Traded for her special white eraser that the school insisted on ‘cause it erases the best!
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Of course I never find money or anything remotely close to that but sometimes you find notes that do ask for money, that your daughter forgot to hand over, so yeah. Treasures. Take each day and do one thing to make getting back to school less of a last-minute hassle. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31: Most schools are starting this coming Wednesday. Keep everyone calm next week by making today “Let’s be done with school supplies shopping” day. I know lots of you did your shopping early on, but check your lists and make sure all the seforim and last-minute things are also crossed off. Tissue box? Taps on shoes? FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1: Make a pile of all the supplies. Open the packages of looseleaf paper and pens, dividers, etc.
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Put each in its rightful place. Check that you have brown lunch bags and Ziploc bags for your children’s snacks. And labels with which to label the supplies. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3: Don’t get me started about today! I know I’ll meet you all on this day at some point in some store. Be calm and focus on what you need for now. Your seven-year-old son does not need a new suit for the first day of cheder even if he insists that everyone wears one. That’s for Rosh Hashanah. So maybe you can wait with yom tov shopping. This should’ve started a week ago, but it’s never too late to go to sleep early. Give the kids the gift of a good schedule. Get them into bed on time. School begins almost two hours earlier than day camp! MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4: Collapse on your couch and do nothing. Absolutely nothing. Oh, so sorry, I’m a few days ahead. School hasn’t started yet. Okay, so how about you do that anyway? Sit and relax for just a couple of hours. Play with your kids and remember that summer just started. Relish a few more moments before homework becomes the routine. But so sorry to be a killjoy. Just make sure bus passes and any signed papers that your kids need for school are ready. Book fee, G.O. fee, etc... TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5: The following applies for each night of the school year: Lay out the uniform and shoes. The tights and headband, too. Prepare snacks the night before. Prepare the briefcase and a bag for all the supplies that did not fit into the briefcase. Ready to go! Here’s to standing at the bus stop 7:54 in the morning with your cameras ready! Catch you later, Sara! Sara Goldstein is a professional organizer serving Upstate, Brooklyn and beyond. She can be reached at email@example.com.
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days #36 through #40 Thursday, August 31 / Complete school shopping Friday, September 1 / School preps Sunday, September 3 / Focus, and get kids on schedule Monday, September 4 / Permission slips, etc. Tuesday, September 5 / Practice daily prep
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INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Draw one of the art ideas from this column. Submissions should be drawn on a standard 8.5â€? by 11â€? paper. 2. Color it, using pastel, crayon, paint, marker, or even colored pencil. 3. Clearly label your submission with your name, age and school/cheder. Please write your name and age on the art page, not on a separate paper. 3. Mail your masterpiece to The Monsey View, 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952. *Art submissions become the property of The Monsey View and will not be returned.
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שומר :וואס! ס'איז עכט! געלט! קום אריין! קום אריין! אוי האב איך געווארט אויף דיר! (נעמט זיך טאנצן) מיין ליבע ,טייערע פריינט! (וויל ממש ארומנעמען ר' מאיר)
ר' מאיר( :האלט אים צוריק) נישט אזוי שנעל. שומר :נ-נ-ניין ?...פארוואס? ר' מאיר :ווייל ערשט דארף איך עפעס פון דיר... שומר :נו נו נו (זייער אנגעצויגן) זאג שוין... ר' מאיר :דו דארפסט מיר באפרייען ר' חנינא'ס טאכטער. שומר( :שאקירט) וואס!!!! וואס האט עס מיט דיר?!
(ער ווארפט עס און מען הערט די הינט בילן)
שומר :ניין ,ניין ,ניין!!! זיי גייען דיר יעצט פארצוקן!!! (מען הערט די הינט א גאנצן צייט) ר' מאיר( :שרייט אויס) אלקא דמאיר עננו! (הינט
ווערן שטיל) זעסט? שומר( :שאקלט מיט זיין קאפ "יא ".ר' מאיר גיבט אים די געלט .די שומר פרייט זיך .ער גייט אריין אין די טויער און
שרייט אויס) טאכטער פון ר' חנינא .אנטלויף! (ר' מאיר לויפט אוועק) (מען זעט ווי מען ברענגט אריין דער שומר געבינדן אין קייטן).
סאלדאטן :זעט ווי מען הענגט א פאררעטער פון דעם רוימשע מלוכה! דאס קומט זיך דיר פאר'ן ארויסלאזן א פיינט פון קייסער פון תפיסה!!!
ר' מאיר( :שטיל און שטייט) איר פאטער הי"ד איז געווען מיין שוואגער.
ברענג מיר די שטריק אים צו הענגען!
שומר( :שאקירט נאכאמאל קוקט זיך גוט איין אין ר' מאיר'ס
(מ'ברענגט די שטריק .די שומר וואפט זיך פאר שרעק. מ'הייבט שוין אן אים צוצובינדן .ער שרייט אויס!!!)
פנים .ר' מאיר דרייט זיך אביסל אוועק) פששט ...איך וואלט נישט באמערקט ...דו מוזט אבער פארשטיין אז איך קען דיר נישט העלפן .די מלכות וועט מיר שחט'ן. ר' מאיר :קוק ,איך גיב דיר די זעקל דינרים .ניץ האלב צו שמירן וועם מ'דארף און די איבריגע ....איז ...פאר דיר! שומר :פאר – פאר מיר ...הם ...אבער (מיט א
גמרא ניגון) וואס וועל איך טון ווען די דינרים וועלן זיך אויסנוצן .דו ווייסט אין די מלוכה דארף מען אסאך שמירן.... ר' מאיר( :מאכט צו זיינע אויגן און פארטראכט זיך טיף) אז עס לאזט זיך אויס וועסטו אויסשרייען די ווערטער .אלקא דמאיר ענני.
שומר( :פרובירט נאכצוזאגן) אל – אלוי – קאדע – מייריינו.... ר' מאיר :אלקא דמאיר ענני .אז דו וועסט אזוי טון וועסטו געראטעוועט ווערן פון אלעס שלעכטס .קוק איך וועל דיר ווייזן .דא ווארף איך ארויף זאמד אויף די פארציקנדע הינט.
אלקא דמאיר עננו! (די שטריק ווערט הארט .מ'קען אים נישט צובינדן .יעדער ווערט שטארק דערשראקן פון די נס .מ'רוקט זיך אוועק פון אים מיט גרויס כבוד און מען בעט אים איבער). ניגון :אלקא ד'מאיר עננו – ר' משה גאלדמאן ז"ל
איך וויל אייך אידעלעך דא היינט ערקלערן א סוד ס'איז גאר וואונדערליך יעדער קען זיך דאס אויסלערנען עלטערע און קינדערלעך ווען א אידיש קינד איז אין א צרה ווען ער געפינט זיך אין א קלעם האט ער אן עצה גאר א קלארע וואס ער זאל טון צו דעם ער בעט:
אלקא דמאיר עננו יעדער איינער קען נאר די אדרעס אלקא דמאיר עננו אין זכות פון ר' מאיר בעל הנס אלקא דמאיר עננו יעדער איינער קען נאר די אדרעס אלקא דמאיר עננו אין זכות פון ר' מאיר בעל הנס (פאר נאך מעשיות פון ר' מאיר קום פארברענג מיט אונז קומענדיגע וואך אין שפיל הויז).
וועכנטליכע טיפ! ווען מען גיבט איבער ידיעות וואס איז ניי פאר די עולם ,דארף מען רעדן ספעציעל שטייט און רואיג ,כדי יעדער זאל קענען מיטהאלטן די מעשה. צ.ב.ש. •מיינסט ר' חנינא בן תרדיון ,פון די עשרה הרוגי מלכות?! •איר פעטער -ר' מאיר •איר פאטער הי"ד איז געווען מיין שוואגער.
צו באשטעלן scripts, songs, poems, speechesרופט קול הנשמה 845-377-6766 We also do coaching for plays and public presentations
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(אנצוהייבן יעדע שפיל) (ניגון :ובכן צדיקים)
קוק זיך צו און זעה הער און ווער נתפעל פון די צדיקים פון היינט און פון אמאל
און עס וועט דיר אריינגעבן א מוסר השכל אויף דיין גאנצן לעבן!
אלקא דמאיר ענני אפרים :מען מוז מאכן עפעס א פלאן( .קלאפט צאם זיין הענט)
עוזר( :פארוואונדערט) וועלכע סארט פלאן? אפרים :צו ראטעווען ר' חנינא'ס טאכטער. עוזר :ר' חנינא? דו – דו מיינסט ר' חנינא בן תרדיון ,פון די עשרה הרוגי מלכות?! (זיין טאן ווערט
העכער און העכער) וואס איז געשען מיט איר? אפרים :די רוימער האבן איר גענומען אין געפענגעניש(...שאקלט טרויעריג מיט זיין קאפ) עוזר :נישט גענוג אז זיי האבן אזוי ברוטאל פארברענט ר' חנינא און גע'הרג'ט זיין פרוי?! יעצט מוזן זיי נעמען א יונג מיידל און פארשפארן אין אן ענגע תפיסה פיל מיט רשעים און גנבים!!! אפרים :פון סתם זיך רעגן און שרייען גייען מיר גארנישט אויפטון .איך בין זיכער אז איר פעטער – ר' מאיר – וועבט שוין עפעס א פלאן( .מאכט מיט די הענט א גאנצע דראמאטישע פלאן) (זיי גייען ארויס .מען זעט ווי ר' מאיר קומט אריין אנגעטון ווי עס פאסט פאר א תנא .ער האלט א זאק אין האנט)
ר' מאיר :רבוש"ע .העלף מיר מיט מיין פלאן.
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העלף מיר אויסלייזן אן אומשולדיג אידיש קינד פון געפענגעניש. (ער הייבט אן אנצוטון אלעס פון זיין זאק ביז ער זעט אויס ווי א רייטער אויף א פערד) ר' מאיר( :הייבט אויף א קליין זעקל און שאקלט עס .מען הערט די קלינגען פון מטבעות) מיט די באשעפער אין הארץ און (פיצעלע שמייכל)
מטבעות אין האנט ....בשם השם נעשה ונצליח. (ער גייט אריבער צו די אנדערע זייט און קלאפט אן אין טויער .דער שומר רייבט זיך די אויגן .געניצט און קומט ארויס).
שומר :ווער קלאפט? עס גליסט זיך דיר אריינצוקומען? אפשר ווילסטו גאר איבערשלאפן? אדער קענסטו ווערן א שומר. אזוי (גיט א ריזיגע געניץ) קען מען שלאפן א גאנצן טאג! (שלאפט צוריק איין) ר' מאיר( :קלאפט נאכאמאל) שומר( :שלאפט טיף) ר' מאיר( :נעמט זיך קלינגען די מטבעות)
שומר :ווא -וואס -אה ס'איז א זיסע חלום ...אסאך אסאך געלט ....אסאך ...אסאך...אסאך( ...ווערט שטילער און שטילער ביז ער שלאפט איין) ר' מאיר( :קלאפט זייער הויך און קלינגט די מטבעות גאר שטארק)
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They say Yeshivas Beis-El is completely transformed. Rav Gedalia appointed a brilliant successor!
We’ll go to Yerushalayim for Sukkos this year, Im Yirtzeh Hashem. We’ll get a bracha from the Rosh Yeshiva and give him a generous donation.
And so a month later, the rich man’s family set out on their journey.
They arrived in Yerushalayim on Erev Sukkos.
Recap: Rav Shaul Farchi’s son asks his father that they travel to Yerushalayim to see Rav Shalom Sharabi. August 30, 2017 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 183 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
By Ann Zeilingold
• INTEREST RATE: Same scenario as above, except one has a 620 credit score and one has a 750 credit score. The lower credit score mortgage interest rate will be higher, as much as 1% higher!
Real Estate The Right Fit This may come as a surprise, but I used to work in a local shoe store on Main Street. I learned to handle all different ages and personalities. I learned how to fit shoes; on babies, children and adults. It was quite an experience. Today I do almost the same thing. Just like every pair of shoes will fit differently, and there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to footwear, there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to home buying and home financing. What makes it different? Why can’t it be turnkey? Why can’t it be stressless, like picking up groceries or simple, like shopping at a store or seamless and quick, like applying for a credit card? There are numerous components to the purchase of a home. The buyer has to find the home. The home has to suit their needs. One person needs a large backyard, another needs an in-law suite. Someone else needs a wide driveway and another needs to have five bedrooms.. and the lists can go on. And then there is the financing... Here are some examples of seemingly small things that can make a huge difference in one person qualifying for a loan versus another person. • CREDIT SCORE: Two families, same income, same down payment, same hair color, same shoe size and same style home on the same street. One person has a 620 credit score and one person scores at 619. The 620 score is eligible for a loan and the 619 is not.
Find Ann’s real estate column weekly in The Monsey View.
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Why can’t it be stressless, like picking up groceries or simple, like shopping at a store or seamless and quick, like applying for a credit card?
• HOUSE PRICE: One person is buying a home on one street and the next person is buying a home on the next street. Both homes are similar in style, the neighborhood is the basically the same, but there is a $50,000 difference in price. Why? Some possible reasons: The homes are in different school districts, and one district may have a higher tax rate or may be more desirable and the house price reflects this. Or one home falls into a flood zone and the insurance is high, so it is less desirable than the other home, which is not in a flood zone. • HOUSE CONDITION: Two homes are next to each other. One home is well-kept, but it doesn’t have central AC and the home is dated, with the original flooring, kitchen and bathrooms. The roof is old, but not leaking, the boiler and exterior siding and windows are original. The house next door is completely upgraded, with a new kitchen and bathrooms, new win-
dows and siding, and new HVAC. The dated home sold and the other is now under contract. The fixed-up home price is $75,000 more, but the appraiser is saying the value is less, and he is using the dated home as the basis for the lower value. So even though one home is clearly worth more and it would take more than $75,000 more to fix up the other one, the market value approach may not substantiate the value, and the deal can then fall apart. • REVERSE FLOOR PLAN: Imagine if two families find their dream homes. One is beautifully done. It is a twostory home with the kitchen and living area on the walkin level and the bedrooms upstairs. The other home is the opposite, with the living area on one level and a finished basement on the lower level. Both lower levels are partially below ground level, with full size windows and walk-in doors. They have the same square footage and are selling for the same price. One can get a mortgage and one cannot, because when the kitchen is “below grade,” even partially so, it is considered a basement and a reverse floor plan, and only if the appraiser can find other homes built like this can the loan be mortgageable. I can go on, but the point is clear: Just like when purchasing shoes it is best to go to an expert who will fit one’s foot to perfection so that the shoe is comfortable and one foot doesn’t develop any uncomfortable conditions, so too when purchasing a home. It is so important to surround oneself with the right experts to facilitate and expedite what is the most likely the single largest purchase of one’s lifetime.
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end block in Wesley Hills; Large eat-in kitchen, private master bedroom suite; formal dining room, hardwood floors, walk-in closets, skylights and lots of windows; finished walkout basement with full apartment large stunning flat property with gorgeous views only $799K RUSTIC 5- bedroom CONTEMPORARY on nearly 1 acre stunning property; soaring ceilings; hardwood floors; wrap-around deck ideal for entertaining; close to transportation; priced to sell $439K NEW HEMPSTEAD/SPRING VALLEY Just Listed! Charming 6-bedroom bi-level; 3.5 baths. Very desirable location. Two kitchens, low taxes. This home is waiting just for you! NEW CITY A rare gem! hard wood floors, tiled bathrooms, eat-in kitchen, master bedroom with private bathroom, cozy family room w/ fireplace, lots of windows and light. Versatile floor plan; ideal for entertaining; lovely deck overlooking picturesque yard and sparkling pool nestled in a private and tranquil setting. ONLY $499K POMONA Modern and updated contemporary 5 bedrooms; large flat property surrounded by lovely landscaping. Open floor plan; large dining room and family room. Come see this great house for yourself! Bonus! Low Taxes! FOR RENT Stunning modern home with gorgeous pool and grounds. Call for more information. PERFECT FOR A SCHOOL! Flat property with acreage in Ramapo; separate structure on grounds
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Classifieds FOR SALE ’06 GRAND CARAVAN black, stow’n’go 127k miles good condition $2,000 call: 425-4315
GLASS KITCHEN TABLE and 4 chairs in great condition 845-535-1428 MASTER BEDROOM Italian furniture set for sale due to moving please contact 3474633460
CHEVY MALIBU 2004 135K in running condition. $700. Please call 845-7461888.
BEIGE CRIB in great condition, great price, 845-535-1428
ALMOST NEW Showcase with mirror and light (70x20 inches height 38 inches) 845-352-5638
DINING ROOM FURNITURE master bedroom furniture, 21 cu. Refrigerator, in great condition due to moving 845535-1428
SEFORIM SHANK 4 Door, Formica, for sale. 2 units for $225 ea. please call 8453710126 42” DINETTE SET Round, with 4 chairs $285.00 Hotpoint self clean sealed burner oven for $185.00 845 356-3847 MASTER BEDROOM SET For sale due to move. Very well priced. Pictures available. 845.213.8236
BABY FURNITURE crib and 33” Hi-riser for sale, excellent price. please call (845)-352-2131
KIDS BEDROOM SET Mahogany $1000, living room set ( 2 material couches coffee table and corner table all for just $500) negotiable call 845746-1683
2 DOOR CURIO in great condition for sale $650 call or text 917-749-8605
72” ALL MARBLE TABLE Slightly used. Call for details 347-885-4618
MAHOGANY BABY CRIB with mattress $250. Call 845641-9443
MASTER BEDROOM Dresser, mirror, night chest, armoire, and headboards. $1500 call/txt 845-461-5536
SEFORIM SHANK Solid wood, For sale. Very well priced 845.213.8236
DINING ROOM SET in brand new condition.Table, 2 leaves, 8 covered chairs, breakfront, buffet.$1900.00. call 845-558-6668
61” BEIGE COUNTERTOP with Backsplash and 22” White SINK with faucets (working) 845 5178108
SEFORIM SHANK Or Bookcase, formica, 4 door. Excellent condition. Call or text 845-517-8886.
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MASTER BEDROOM SET Almost new. 48” headboards. Armoire, dresser w mirror, & night table. Very reasonable. 845-222-1305 MASTER BEDROOM SET to sell due to moving. Dresser. armoir. night chest. and 48” headboards. Very
reasonable Call/txt 845 248 6739 MASTER BEDROOM 5 /pc set with glass tops excellent condition call or text 845-709-3689 MASTER BEDROOM About 8 yrs old. Great condition! Call: 918-1753 DINING ROOM TABLE in good condition for $399, 8 feet long, including leaves. please Call: 917-600-1577. CHINA CLOSET 4 door, Pls call 845.709.9400 WASHER/DRYER GE Top loader. Excellent condition $400 or best offer. 845-826-1994
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WASHER DRYER STACKABLE , Selling due to moving. Great price! 973668-8084 MICROWAVE CONVECTION G E Profile. White Medicine cabinet. Porta crib-natural color. 845 587 1722 FOR SALE air conditioner 18,000 and 24,000 and smaller. dishwasher. stackable washer & dryer. 18 cu. fridge/freezer, crib, bed frames, kitchen table, trampoline, awning 14 X 20. Call/text 845.642.9630. MICROWAVE/CONVECTION GE Profile in excellent condition. Please call 845371-7425 LITTLE GIRL HOOP EARRINGS Selling 14k white gold little girl hoop earrings with genuine diamonds Price: $150 Call: 845-538-0127 DIAMOND EARRINGS great price. 914-391-8982. BIRKENSTOCK SHOES AND SLIPPERS World famous for comfort, posture and arch support. Many styles available. 3527331 SUPER DEALS! Designer pocketbooks and watches selling for best offer. PLs call 786.858.8778 Hrs. 8am-12am and 5pm-7pm GRACO INFANT SEAT Snap-n-go 7 britax car seats Maclaren citi micro, picnic table 20in bike baby swing 201 500 8149 PINK GIRL’S DESK Young America , very good condition. excellent price. 914-391-8982.
HOT WATER HEATER 50 gallon, used for only 2 years. 914-391-8982 PROFORM TREADMILL for $150, please call 8453710126 FIVE PIECE DRUM SET including cymbals for sale. Almost new. Please call or text 845-274-5060. ELEGANT BLACK HAT (on a head band) to sell almost new Call 845-5707789 BOGABOO-BEE Brand new black frame, Green hood, Black seat 845 376 2380” OUTDOOR GARBAGE CANS Big, top quality two for $100 call 845 418 2611 GOOD START FORMULA few soy cans @$12 each. 587-2723 3 SEATER bonded leather reclining couch 3 years old in great condition for $300 call or text 917-749-8605 BUGGY BOARD Lascal maxi, barely used great condition. 845-825-1170 CAMELEON HOOD new light blue extendable hood 845-825-1170 ENFAMIL FORMULA 4 containers, $30. Text or call (845)774-6409 TREADMILL upright $150 please call 845 694 9623 MODE STYLE WIG Gently used, Black shoulder length, (about 10”) Eastern European hair, not processed. Please call (845) 352-1792
PROFESSIONAL DRUM SET mint condition call:845-5963791 WURLITZER PIANO w/BENCH, all keys work, reasonable. cheap 845 3006031 LEATHER COUCH hardly used $450 .845 327 9136 SHTENDER please call:845-596-3791 TREADMILL excellent condition for sale $250.00 Call 845/5964917 ROAD BIKE Professional,very light weight ,amazing condition ,call 8482245500
GIRLS SHOES SIZE 24 Cheputin maroon lace Shoes. Also size 25 step in Boutaccelli classica black and blue leopard suede. $25 each. 8457759571 BUGABOO FROG good condition, without a basket. $250. call 845 521 8700 ECCO SHOES 2 pairs, new size 47 845-4613084 HAGGAR COOL 18 3 pairs brand new pants still in package. 34 x 32. $40 each or best offer. Please call 845423-3915 7 PIECE DRUM SET Used, plus stool. $280. 845641-4494.
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// for sale // homes // for rent well. Call 718-408-8070 for American Service! Email us at vacation@ shisharealty.com HOUSE/PROPERTY Prime location in Monsey, Suzanne Drive area, R-15C zone. Please call (845) 5969996.
MAMAS AND PAPAS Urbo stroller. Original price $500 . Selling for $300. Please call 347 885 4618 CARRIAGE BAG $50 reg. $80 please call 845356-0971 BAG FOR SALE new, grey, Doona All-Day Bag $55 reg. $80 please call 845570-7033 GIFT CARD Looking to sell $350 Mikes Bistro card for $300 OBO. Please call/text 845-288-3221
CHARMING CHARLIE gift card $20 value selling for $18. Please call 845-423-3915 7’ X 10’ SUKKAH Very easy set up. Includes schach, lights, and beautiful area rug! Call/text 347-5246815. YARD SALE Sunday September 3rd 11:00-4:00 90 Grove st in back 908-307-6260 BLACK SHOE medium size heel size 6 wide worn once selling due to missize please call: 845-356-6215
BUGABOO BEE1 Has a yellow hood, missing the basket, and in good condition.Price: $250 Call: 845-538-0127 JACADI WINTER JACKET new w/ tags, real down, navy, size 18 mths, Orig. $250 make an offer. Pls call 845-596-7727
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FOR SALE on Elm Street 3rd Floor flat style unit for sale includes: Kitchen/Dinette, Dining Rm/ Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, back porch. Please Call 845-659-4531.
3 BEDROOM APT. New on Jacaruso area. Call 845.500.1773 ONE BDRM APT One Bedroom apartment for rent on Jill Lane. Includes Kitchen, Dining Rm and bath. No parking avail. Please call 845-659-4531. FOR RENT Apartment for rent on Herrick Ave -Top Floor, includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Please call 845-659-4531.
PRIVATE HOUSE 3 bedroom apt on francis pl excellent read to move in condition call 914-420-5876
FURNISHED APT for Rent on Decatur Ave New apartment for rent includes: Kitchen, Dining Rm, one bedroom and full bath. Please call 845-659-4531.
3 BEDROOM +2 bath, quiet cul-de-sac block; chasidish +litvish shuls nearby Chestnut Ridge/ Spring Hill area; for rent. 845 377 3687
1 BEDROOM new on Lane st., 1 Bedroom, Kitchen, Dining Room. Call 845-425-9144
TOWNHOUSE on Valley View Terrace. Full finished 1’st floor. Please call 845-222-6244 GWEN LANE Beautifully renovated three room apartment now available. Private entrance... Great price! Call for details… (845) 352-7118 3 ROOM FURNISHED Remsen Ave. 845.517.8409
3 ROOMS call 274-5663 3 BDRM Kaufman Ct (Adar/Park area) 1 Bath +Laundry Rm. Walkin. Available immediately. Call/Text 845-445-9123 RENTALS Looking for a 3 bdrm apt? Call 274-5663 3 ROOM Remsen/West Maple area. Please call 845-263-2737
3 BEDROOM large dining room nice kitchen 2 bathrooms brand new excellent location in monsey ready to move in call 3474633460 SHABBOS RENTAL one bedroom apartment on first st for day/ week/ weekend. fresh linen towels provided. please call 718- 807 -7662 SHABBOS RENTAL in prime location. call 845 263 0611 YOM TOV RENTAL 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms available for rent till after Sukkos on Adar Court. Sukkah Available. 845-3560528 SOUTH MONSEY 1 bedroom apt., perfect for single. Private entrance. Available immediately. 845425-2460 TWO BEDROOM in chestnut ridge suitable for young couple. Call or text 3303131301 3 BEDROOM on Dover Terr, 2 full bath, large kitchen & dining room, laundry room. Call 845-5795587 TISHREI RENTAL 3 room apt. with spacious grounds available for the month, close to viznitz and satmar. please call 845-6086830 2 BDROOM On dover terrace. Available from august $1450 plus utilities, call 8455700863 NEW 2 BEDROOM available October. Great block. Call/txt 8453763356
1 BEDROOM with full kitchen. Private entrance. Blauvelt Road area. Please call 845 323-0003
3 SMALL BDRM new condition. Remsen SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: STARSAve. HIRING NOW: call 8455386517 Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘frie The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our young
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anted HIGH-LOW GOWN black and white high-low gown. Size 6. Text or call (845)774-6409. KIDS GOWN size 3t and 4t coral gown for sale. Worn only once in excellent condition. Call/text 845-746-1274) MECHTENISTA GOWN Sz 12, 774 8719 4 GOWNS mother of bride, sister of bride. worn once. Sizes 8 10 12 14. 845-826-0501 CUSTOM GOWN size 4-6. Asking $400. Call 845-422-1999 SISTER OF BRIDE DRESS to rent size 0-2. Please call 426-7460 CHILDREN’S DRESS Perfect for Bar mitzvah/Sheva brochos/ Chasuna dress size 12&16 preteen. White cotton with black organza overlay.. 347-262-1598 TWO BLUSH GOWNS Ladies size 10 and 12. Worn once. Call 845-352-9582 WHITE/GREEN DRESS size 2-4. Please call/text 845269-8649. BRIDAL GOWN size 4 petite bridal gown.Call or text 917.254.2067 SISTER OF THE BRIDE 1 size 6 peach, 2 size 8 mauve gowns. Call or text 917.254.2067 MECHITENISTA DRESS black dress aprox. size12 please call 845-356-6215 MATERNITY GOWN beaded Ivory/silver maternity gown for sale/rent. call/text 845-213-9050
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Reliable Warehouse manager position available with lots of opportunity for growth. Fulltime. Located in the Bronx. Salary: $50k please call: 718757-2290 or Email to harry@ starcomaintenance.com AMAZON / EBAY EXPERT Established company seeking an Amazon and Ebay selling expert. Extensive knowledge of Amazon is required. This is NOT an entry level position; you must have worked for a high volume marketplace seller. We offer tremendous opportunity for the right individual. Individual must pay strong attention to detail and complete proficiency in Excel. Please email resume email@example.com LARGE MONSEY COMPANY seeking qualified individual for entry position with great potential for growth. Candidate must be quick, organized, detail oriented and very proficient in Excel. Full Time. Please email resume: jobopening1212@ gmail.com GREAT JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for a motivated girl to help with bookkeeping and marketing in a wellestablished company, great potential for the right candidate, needs to be self-motivated and computer knowledge a must, please email Resume to jobopportunity7585@gmail. com FULL TIME POSITION Full Time Position with room for growth in a large office located in central Monsey. Candidate to have good phone skills and to be proficient in Microsoft Excel. Please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEEKING A DEDICATED WORKER FOR A CHILD WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN THE CHESTNUT RIDGE/ CHILDREN’S PARK NEIGHBORHOOD. FLEXIBLE HOURS. NICE PAY.
PLEASE CALL 845-352-7700 EXT 201 LOCAL OFFICE looking for a full time assistant/ secretary. Applicant must be proficient in Microsoft word and excel and have a good command of English. A good telephone manner is essential. Willing to train. Please email resume to email@example.com. FULL TIME OFFICE WORK Now Hiring FULL TIME Graduates & Entry level female secretaries. Are you detail oriented, organized, self-motivated, a quick learner with good phone & writing skills? We pay a base salary and performance based incentives on top of that. Please email resume to monseymainstreet@gmail. com or call (845)356-5954 Ext 209
F/T SECRETARY Phone skills, computer literacy and office experience required. Fax resume to 845913-9252 MEDICAL REGISTRAR CMADC seeks girl for front desk. Svc and computer skills a must. Morning & afternoon shifts available. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org LOOKING FOR self-driven hard-working devoted person great communication skills (male preferred) for coordinating like position unbeatablewholesale@gmail. com REAL ESTATE OFFICE seeking to hire a motivated and self-driven female for a full time position to join
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General Studies Afternoon Teachers Yeshiva in Passaic, NJ needs: Pre 1 A & Grade 3, 12:45-4; Gr 5, 1:30-4:45; Gr 7-8 Math, 2-5:25; or part; Self contain 5, 7-Sci & Math, No Fridays or Sundays, BA pref Ed, 2+ yrs teach exper; email@example.com, fax 973-778-5697 2ND- 8TH GRADE TEACHERS NEEDED Boys Yeshiva in Passaic, NJ, Mon-Thurs, afternoons only. Gen Stud, TEACHING EXPERIENCE, No Fri. LD & REG. Resume firstname.lastname@example.org fax 973-778-5697 our team of professionals email resume to mnsyrealestatejob@gmail. com
company. Excellent writing & researching skills a must. monseywritingjob@gmail. com.
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LOOKING FORLIFEGUARD for boys at a private pool between the hours of 4:00 and 6:30 pm. Please call 578-4023
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FULL TIME EMPLOYEE Candidate should be a quick learner, detail oriented and possess excellent communication skills. Email Resume to cdezorett@ allprohc.com or fax to 845205-4179. F/T SECRETARIAL POSITION Basic knowledge in Excel & Quickbooks. Minimal knowledge in photoshop a plus. Growth Potential. Please call (347) 709-8528 CALL ROOM RECEPTIONIST CMADC is seeking a girl to work in their call room. Morning and afternoon shifts available. Send resume to email@example.com LOOKING FOR FEMALE to write professional product listings for a successful
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HELP WANTED Part time position available for a motivated girl at local Health Food store. Please email resume to: MyMonseyJob@gmail.com
AFTERNOON KINDERGARTEN ASSISTANT Experience preferred. Enjoyable atmosphere. 12:15 3:00. Please call 845 659 0645
TEACHERS WANTED YSV Boys GS seeks experienced Elementary Teachers Grades 1, 2, and 4 M-TH 12:45-4:00 Title I Math (Common Core) 3rd-6th M-TH 12:45-4:45 Send resume & references to tbayer@yeshivaspringvalley. org or FAX 356-8551 SPECIAL ED ASSISTANTS/ AIDES NEEDED East Ramapoâ€™s Bilingual Yiddish Classes (various locations) are seeking qualified aides and assistants to work with special needs children. For more information, please call 5776040. Please fax resumes to 577-6059 Att: Tamar Walker. GENERAL STUDIES TEACHER POSITION Cheder Chabad of Monsey seeks capable teacher for 5th grade for the coming school year. Competitive pay. Email resume to hr@ chedermonsey.org. HEIMISHE GIRLS SCHOOL looking for a 5th grade General Studies teacher for the upcoming school year. Pls call 8452882944 ASSISTANT for a play group. Please call 845-426-4608
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YESHIVA SPRING VALLEY Girls General Studies seeks -PM hours 3rd grade teacher, Title 1 teachers. Experience required. scohen@ yeshivaspringvalley.org/ (845)356-1400 #215 BAIS MIKROH BOYS CHEDER looking for 1st grade assistants. 1:45-4:15. Please call 845-425-4880 X111 SEEKING PASSAIC RIDE 9:30am Mon-Fri, for coming school year. Also ride back to Monsey, 12:30pm. Will pay. 917-359-4735. BOYS YESHIVA seeks middle school teacher. Experience preferred. Send resume to yoppen@ baishachinuch.org or fax (845)354-3806 CHEDER IN MONSEY seeks TEACHERS for its general studies department. EXCELLENT PAY. Email resume to boyscheder. email@example.com or text 718-290-7306. MOTIVATED GIRL Looking for teacher/assistant for playgroup! Please call 845-825-0954 PLAYGROUP ASST in a 2-21/2 year old group. English speaking. 9-3:30. Single girl preferred. Call/ text 845-656-0189 AFTERNOON BABYSITTER 3 kids in my house from 3:00 to 5:15 starting Sept 4th. Call 845-321-0641.
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SEEKING RAYIM IS LOOKING TO HIRE RESPONSIBLE & ENERGETIC STAFF FOR THE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM.
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL (845) 352-7700 EXT. 109
KIDDIE GROUP Teacher Fraidy kiddie groupA experienced teacher warm atmosphere ages almost 2 till 3 years for more information please call 499-6647 no answer leave message PLAY GROUP Exciting new 2 yr old play group.Part time 9:45-1:45, 3 days a week.Please call 845 521-2278
BABYSITTING SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home twice a week 8:30-2:00pm pls call 4253207 SEEKING BABYSITTER in the Francis area.Please call 845-425 –5051 PLAYGROUP/ BABYSITTER NEEDED for 2 yr old. late morn/ afternoon hours till 5, mon-thurs. West Maple area preferred call/ text 475 689 7478 BABYSITTER WANTED from 2:30 to 4:30 Monday through Thursday. Please call 845-401-4521. No transportation. LOOKING FOR mothers helper Herrick area Mondays and Wednesdays
from around 4:30 to 6:30 845-356-3464 ASSISTANT NEEDED for a playgroup in chestnut ridge. please call 354-5219
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EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER Babysitting group on West Side Avenue, private park, big playroom, a few more slots available. Ages 18-24 months. Starting July 1st 845.362.2599 or 845.499.6473. BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Summer Hours available as well, with option to continue. Call 845352-1016. BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE heimishe and devoted babysitter is available to
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SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula DOULA SERVICES “Breathe easy” with Estee Salczer CD(DONA) at your side! Call or text (917)2803707 email doulawithu@ gmail.com Receive your complimentary gift! ADDRESSING ENVELOPES Amazing prices, call for quote. Jobs can be done immediately. Call 845-445-7422 or e-mail printingaddresses@gmail. com FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling for fall & winter slots. Please call/text 917-7504105.
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Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013 TO VOLUNTEER to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-3521016 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467
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and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016
or/and ADVANCED EXCEL. Excellent references.
DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935
GUITAR LESSONS Experienced frum female instructor will teach you how to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 347-455-5320.
MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003
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Classifieds HAIRCUTS, HAIRSTYLES, wash’nset, Great prices,friendly service, Contact miri to get the look you Want! 596-7542/356-2535 WASH N SETS Cuts, haircuts, Jill/Sam Law area call 845-608-9362 MAKEUP BY DEVORY Natural and refined in your home or mine for every occassion call or text 8456426833 PROFESSIONAL HAIRSTYLING Look your best. Haircuts and styling for all occasions. Book now 845 578 1936 HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. Call for appointment. 845352-0619. NUTRITIONAL COACHING Want to feel better?! Longterm dietary and lifestyle solutions, personalized to YOUR individual needs! Made easy. Full support given. Call or text Golda Deutsch BSc, NLP Ms. Prac. (845) 826 6767.
ODDS AND ENDS ATTENTION if you are interested to join the Life and Health Insurance business New York Life Monsey office will host classes for the Life and Health Insurance Licensing in Yiddish. For Men midSeptember & for Women mid-October For more details & registration please call Abraham at 845-639-5203 Or send email to yschwartz@ ft.newyorklife.com You can also send us your resume if you are interested in more details for a career with New York Life.
HOME FOR SPECIAL NEEDS מיר זענען גרייט אריינצונעמען / מיט שוואכקייטןadult/א בחור אדער איינער וואסdisabilities .קען נישט וואוינען אינדערהיים 917.576.3573 ביטע רופט LAPTOP Looking for a working laptop in decent condition lshem mitzvah. Please call 845-2702769. Thank you. TEHILLIM Harness the power of tehillim today! A Yid will say tehillim on your behalf. Call/ text8452006378. DRIVER NEEDED Mon or Wed to take ladies to or from senior group on Remsen (late mornings, return trip at 1:30). Easy, enjoyable Mitzva. Reb Sheiner 356-4074 BAKING CHALLAH? When being mafrish challahdaven for someone in need every week there’s a new name call the hotline 216371-0413 FED-UP OF OVEREATING Call Jewish Woman’s Recovery Network Wed. 9:00 pm & Friday 2:00 pm. 712451-0011 pin 478025#. info@ jwrn.18.org
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• STARS Hiring Now !!!The STARS program is STARS HIRING NOW: Thenow STARS program is now hiring Grade (age hiring 12th Grade (age 18+)12th or post18+) orseminary post-seminary girls to work with girls to work with our young our adultyoung adult students students6:00-9:00 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 1-2times a week, as theya enjoy educational andeducational therapeutic times week, exciting as they enjoy exciting activities outings. activities Enjoy a fun environment andand therapeutic andwork outings. Enjoy a and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— fun work environment and gratifying work as plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. you positively impact lives- plus, great pay! For more information, please call 845-746-7254. Driver’s license required. For more information, GIRLSplease DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY: call 845-746-7254. Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a difference. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: • Schonfeld Looking for an ABA PARA to work with a 14 Esty year old. Very high functioning girl. Hours P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org between 6-9 in the evenings. Please send your SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: resume to: Email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland. Hamaspik is currently hiring school girls for our org, Fax: 845-503-1239,high Phone: 845-503-0239. Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to • Comm Hab Opportunity: Looking for female to Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 work with a 17 year old high-functioning girl and leave a detail message from 7:15am-8:15am. In the girl’s home or in PACE OPPORTUNITY: your home if you live in the Blauvelt area. Looking for call a woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 Please 845-503-0230. year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. Job also involves some light housework. Please call 845503-0214.
SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE • Looking for a woman orWORKERS: girl to teach basic Looking for a male comhabtoworker be a with ‘friend’ for computer knowledge young to ladies a high functioning teenager every day between 3 and 10 high capabilities. Call Esty Schonfeld 845-425pm. Flexible 5011 orabout emailschedule. email@example.com. Looking for a male worker to help a young man with a slight physical disability every morning from 6-8 AM • Join our amazing team! Looking for DSP for and evenings from 6-9PM. Girls Day Hab. Call Esty Schonfeld 845-425Looking for a female worker to accompany a 5011, or email eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland. physically disabled young girl every Sunday to a therapy org. appointment in Brooklyn. Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to work with a • ‘המספיק אינגערמאן געלעגנהייט פאר גוטע disabled young woman.טויגליכע Former camp simcha/hasc געשמאקע זיכט פעהיגע ’פראגראםand סקול עפטערevery day. counselor preferred. Weekends possibly קינדער אין א ארבייטען מיט דיmature אינגעלייט מיט צו Looking for an experienced woman to assist a - מאנטאג,11:00 – 3:30 זינטאג new mother with newborn careאטמאספער and lightגעשמאקע housekeeping. 845-425-3043 ,3:30out – 5:45 דאנערשטאג Looking for a girlרופט to take a young boy from new square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon. • Looking יונגערמאן צו געטרייער געזוכט א !טובהa very פרנסהlow for a female worker toווערט workעסwith functioning teenager on weekends. Francis /פיזישע און ערוואקסענע מיט טאג מיט דורכ’ןarea. ארבעטן Looking for girl to take out a young with lots of גוט,פאסטן טיים-פול.באגרעניצונגען מענטלgirl מילדע אדער medical issues on Sundays. Individual should געשמאקע, באצאלט מיט קנאקעדיגע בענעפיטן פעקלhave g-tube experience willing to train. אריין ביטע פעקסטor.אקטיוויטעטן אטמאספערע און רייכע Looking for a worker to take out a young boy in new 845-425-3044 אינפארמאציע צו/רעזומעי אייער square on Shabbos.
Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at 845-5030240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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קביעת מזוזה אינעם ניים לאקאציע פון MM T IR E SHOP
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הילולת הרה"ק מטאהש זי"ע אצל בנו האדמו"ר מטאהש
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Bais Esther Satmar Bais Chinuch Hayoshen Bais Trany Bnos Derech Yisroel Bnos Esther Pupa Bnos Sanz –Klausenberg Bobov –Macnhe shalom Camp Bizzy Bee Camp 613 Camp Chayil Camp Chazak Camp La Ruach Bnos Yisroel Viznitz
Camp Chaverios Camp Merokdim Camp Regesh Camp Shira Camp Funshine Machne Ateres Bnos Machne Bnos Belz Machne Bnos Skvere Machne Ki Tov Machne Meioros Machne Samcheniu Machne Toras Imecha
Chesed 24/7 would like to express our sincerest gratitude to the participating camps that made this campaign possible. A special thank you to all directors and staff whose partnership and support was truly remarkable.
You(and your parents)have enabled the Chesed 24/7 hospitality rooms in 20 hospitals to continue providing sandwiches salads and snacks for patients and their families. Fully stocked chesed rooms are a life saver for all those stranded in hospitals.
With your unbelivable effort help,and ethusiasm,Chesed 24/7’s Seventh Annual Tuna Tower Campaign collected 15,000 cans of tuna this summer!! Mi Kamocha Yisroel!!
YOU MADE IT HAPPEN!!!
ראש חודש אלול ביי האדמו"ר מבאבוב
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סיום מסכת שבת במסגרת עמוד יומי דחסידי סקווירא
העפטיגע הכנות צום בעפארשטייענדע דינער פון רופא חולים RCCS מסיבה ע"י הבעה"ב החשובים מו"ה ברוך אהרנסאן ומו"ה יוסף אשר קרויס
מסיבה ע"י מו"ה מאיר משה יאקאבאוויטש ומו"ה יואל משולם פייש האראוויץ
אסיפת עסקנים אין שיכון סקווירא
קרוב צו 150עסקנים ביי אסיפת עסקנים אין מאנסי
מיטינג מיט בעה"ב צו העלפן שאפן גרעסערע פאנדן ,אראנדזשירט דורך הנגיד ר' ישראל שיף צוזאמען מיט הנגיד ר' מאיר משה יאקאבאוויטש ,בבית הנגיד ר' שמחה הערשבערג THE MONSEY VIEW / 203
אברכי כולל הלכות שבת דשיכון סקווירא נבחנים אצל גאב"ד קארלסבורג
קעמפ למעלה צאנז קלויזענבורג מאנסי
נייע כולל חצות אין בארא פארק לערנען פלייסיג באישון לילה
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שמחת הבר מצוה פון הבחור ישראל אברהם אלטר גרינוואלד בן הגה"צ אב"ד פאפא מאנסי
...ותפילה מעבירין את רוע הגזירה בשעה
דברי התעוררות לפני אמירת תהלים:
הרה"צ המפורסם מלהיב לבבות ישראל
רבי משה מנחם טויבענפעלד
שליט"א משפיע בק"ק שיכון סקווירא יצ"ו
שליח ציבור לאמירת תהלים:
הגה"צ המפורסם מעמודי ההוראה
על החולים ועל הבריאים שיתרפאו
ענדיגע קומ וואך
רופא חולים דינער
רבי אברהם ניסן ניימאן שליט"א
דומ"ץ דקהל תורת חיים וויזניץ
ליל שישי פר' כי תבא ט"ז אלול תשע"ז
באולם אטריום • בשעה 7:30
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סאטמאר מאנסי זומער חדר
תלמידים פון סקווירא דעי קעמפ אין מאנסי אין קאנטרי
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שפאנענדע סצענע ראיןשדיטע ע שעה פון די
ווען דער בארימטער 'קול-מבשר' אינטערוויואירער ,מו"ה
דרעזדנער וועט עפענטליך אינטערוויונירן דעם 'בעל המעשה'
האברך ר' מרדכי בצלאל
מיקירי תושבי עירנו
וועמענס חשוב'ע בני בית שתחי' כלל ישראל האט מיט א פאראייניגטע כח צוריקגעברענגט ממות לחיים בס"ד
די כח האחדות פון כלל ישראל! ענדיגע קומ וואך
רופא חולים דינער
ליל שישי פר' כי תבא ט"ז אלול תשע"ז
באולם אטריום • בשעה 7:30
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יומא דהילולא של בעל ייטב לב מסאטמאר זי"ע אצל האדמו"ר מסאטמאר במאנסי
שניתן רשות לרופא לר פ א ו ת:
ונחזיק טובה! יהדות מאנסי: קומט ארויסווייזן דעם פארדינטן
כבוד און חיזוק
פאר'ן וועלט-בארימטן דאקטער פון מעמאריעל שפיטאל ערפינדער פון די 'אימיונאוטערעפי' וואס איז א דורכברוך אין די עולם הרפואה
Jedd D. Wolchok, MD, PhD Chief, Melanoma & Immunotherapeutic Service; Associate Director, Ludwig Center for Cancer Immunotherapy,
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
וועלכער ווערט באעהרט ברוב עם ביים דינער פאר זיין גרויסע ראלע אין הצלת נפשות
ענדיגע קומ וואך
רופא חולים דינער
ליל שישי פר' כי תבא ט"ז אלול תשע"ז
באולם אטריום • בשעה 7:30
er Und $559,000
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