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Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 121 NOVEMBER 1, 2017

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38 //

Inbox

44 //

Masterplan

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Health

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Parshah

64 //

Going Against the Grain

70 //

Week in Review

77 //

Food

R. ITZKOWITZ

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Gluten-Free Worry-Free

THE MONSEY VIEW

98 //

The Truth About Gluten

106 //

Going Gluten-Free

110 //

Tips From the Trenches

120 //

Pearls of Wisdom

124 //

Expanding Communities

128 //

FYI

132 //

Fun Pages

134 //

Comics

136 //

Real Estate

140 //

Classifieds

152 //

Pictures

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RE: “SAFETY ISSUES REGARDING HITCHHIKING” (ISSUE #120) I was surprised and horrified to read the letter written by R.S. on the topic of hitching. How about you view this whole topic from a different perspective? Think of a kollel yungerman rushing in 20-degree weather to be on time for his learning seder. Think of an elderly man trudging through the snow. Think of people walking on the street on a scorching summer day. And what about the countless times these hitchhikers can be mezakeh others to do chesed? The driver, sitting in his temperature-controlled car, can so easily be mekayim the mitzvah of hachnosas orchim! True, hitchhiking in some dangerous spots is not safe, and both hitchhikers and drivers should be more careful, but to stop this beautiful act of chesed in our community is wrong. There are enough places where hitching is safe and does not interfere with traffic. And if you find yourself driving behind a “hitched” car, instead of honking impatiently, know that, yes, you’re being kept up for another few seconds, but you are also now part of this great mitzvah! We should be proud to be part of our wonderful Monsey community that generates so much chesed! Happy hitching safely! C.W.

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Hello, I would like to respond to the letter from R.S. in last week’s issue regarding safety when hitchhiking. I must agree that there are several areas in town where it is very unsafe to stop, especially after a turn (though a driver should always be ready to stop after a turn in case there is any unexpected situation, and not necessarily of hitchhiking). However, I would like to suggest a correction to the statement in the letter. Instead of asking drivers “to stop... offering hitches!” it would be more proper to ask them “to refrain from offering hitches in unsafe situations.” The NYS law prohibits pedestrians from standing for the purpose of soliciting a ride “in a roadway,” which is obviously considered an unsafe area. Even picking up family members is unsafe in a roadway. I, personally, as well as other generous Jews, will continue to offer rides at safe areas, off the road, and from parking lots and shuls in a safe and responsible manner. We inherited from Avraham Avinu midas hachesed and the mitzvah of hachnosas orchim, which was contrary to midas Sedom, “sheli sheli v’shelach shelach” (see this week’s parshah). A personal suggestion to those offering hitches: In order to fulfill the mitzvah with a good heart and without aggravation, it is not ideal to stop for hitches while in a rush. Additionally, while already discussing midas Sedom, which is “One benefits while the other one doesn’t miss anything” (zeh nehenah v’zeh lo choser) I would like to bring to attention another situation while driving: Sometimes a car, on a busy two-way street, wants to make a left turn onto a side road (for example, from Rt. 306 to Blauvelt Rd.) and is waiting for the approaching traffic on the opposite lane to clear. Once the traffic is clear and you now have the right of way to turn left, please wait another two seconds to allow the car from the side road to make a left turn into the busy street. You would certainly be happy when someone does it for you. Sincerely, Chaim Wiesel

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CONFESSION: Now that I have been writing this column for several weeks, I want to come clean. I am not naturally the most disciplined person. I am the mother who drives up to the carpool line praying that I am not the absolutely last mom to show up. I am the person who falls asleep with my makeup on, figuring I’ll wash it off in the morning. I am the one who has over 20 alarms set each day to remind me about things that most people would easily remember to do, such as taking out the office garbage, writing this article, tracking my food or checking my calendar. Yes, I have an alarm that rings to remind me to check my calendar! Don’t make fun. So how do I stay on top of my game in a job where, when fully booked, I can see as many as 35 clients on a normal day? On the days that I start early or work late, I can be seeing as many as 50 clients or more! And I am not the only one. Most of the nutrition counselors in our nine locations work at a similar pace, though some work only part-time. What this busy (insane?) pace means for me as a self-described non-disciplined person is that I need to be well-rested, well-fed and properly caffeinated. I cannot allow myself the luxury of spacing out for fifteen minutes here and there, because that would translate into providing a less than optimal experience for my clients. I also need to make sure to keep the passion alive. As you know from my previous articles, I entered this field with a burning desire to help people lose weight, get healthier, and most of all, feel more confident. It is similar to a teacher who is inspired to educate each child and show them love and individual attention. This is what drives me every hour of every day. My worst nightmare would be feeling like my client is just another person on the sched-

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PENINA’S HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION was approaching, and she was growing worried. Penina’s parents had asked her what she wanted for a graduation gift, and she did not hesitate a moment before responding. There was a beautiful pair of gold earrings that she wanted. Desperately wanted. Penina’s parents struggled with parnassah, but they agreed to pay for half if she could save up the other half. For months, Penina babysat and helped neighbors for a few dollars here and there. It was a week before her graduation when she finally reached the amount she needed. Penina was happily walking down the steps with the money in her hand to go tell her parents she was ready to go get her earrings, when she overheard them talking. “We just don’t have the money for Sruly’s tutor this week,” said her father. Sruly was Penina’s brother. Sruly had been failing in cheder until it was discovered why: He had a learning disability that made it difficult for him to read. With the help of his tutor, not only was Sruly finally succeeding in cheder, but his self-esteem had risen as well. He was so much happier and more confident. “Maybe we can cancel just for this week?” offered Penina’s mother. “The last time we canceled, the tutor told me that if we keep canceling he will have to take Sruly off his schedule. There’s a lot of demand for his services, and we’re occupying a valuable time slot. But what choice do we have? If we can’t pay, we can’t pay.” Penina walked into the room at that moment and said, “I apologize for overhearing your conversation, but I want to help. Here’s the money I was saving for my earrings. You can use it for Sruly’s tutor this week. And you can use the half you were going to pay if it happens again. Sruly’s tutor is much more important.” In this week’s parshah, Hashem tests Avraham

Avinu to see whether or not he will sacrifice his only son, Yitzchak, as it says, “Vayomer kach-na es bincha es yechidcha… — He said, ‘Please take your son, your only one…’” The Sfas Emes points out that Hashem did not actually command Avraham Avinu to sacrifice Yitzchak — He asked him to. Thus it says, “Please take…” Hashem was not testing Avraham to see whether he would obey a direct command from Hashem Himself. Clearly, he would. Hashem was testing whether or not Avraham’s love for Hashem was great enough to make this tremendous sacrifice simply because he knew Hashem wanted him to do so. By adding “your only son,” Hashem made the challenge that much harder. Hashem was essentially telling Avraham that there would be no more sons after this one. To sacrifice Yitzchak would be to sacrifice all of the generations Avraham hoped would come from Yitzchak — not to obey a command, but simply because it would please Hashem. As we know, Avraham passed the test and did not have to go through with the sacrifice. Penina’s parents looked at her with shock. Nobody had demanded that she sacrifice her earrings for her brother, but she was willing to do so out of pure love. The very next day, Penina’s father was offered a new position at a higher salary that was more than sufficient to cover the cost of Sruly’s tutor — and Penina’s graduation earrings at full cost. It is all too easy to fall into the mindset of muttar/assur and forget that we have a relationship with Hashem. The mitzvos are not only Hashem’s commandments for us to fulfill, but His true desire for us. By doing mitzvos not only because we must, but also to please Hashem, we demonstrate our love for Hashem and elevate our avodah to a higher level — taking it from yirah to ahavah. May we always strive to serve Hashem out of both yirah and ahavah — because that is what pleases Hashem.

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FOR MOST OF US, THE TERM “GLUTEN-FREE� conjures a slew of unappealing images: bland and boring foods, meals that leave us craving and an overall impression of missing something. The truth is that food can be made to be satisfying, appealing and flavorful without gluten. Glutenwise is a new company that produces five varieties of delicious, tasty, frozen, gluten-free blintzes and bourekas that are ready to bake or microwave. An interview with Mrs. Lowy, proprietor of Glutenwise:

Why would someone choose to go gluten-free? Choosing to go gluten-free is a decision people make for health reasons. Some people decide to go gluten-free because gluten makes them feel tired and sluggish. Others find that their digestion is much easier without gluten. Most people who are on a

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gluten-free diet do not choose to do it. When one has celiac disease or is gluten intolerant, eating glutenfree food is a must.

How do I know if I am gluten intolerant?

Someone who is gluten intolerant will have a variety of symptoms. Most will have gastro-related symptoms. Many others won’t. That’s why celiac disease goes undiagnosed so often; its symptoms are commonly attributed to a myriad of other causes. Symptoms like indigestion, nausea and weakness, as well as a lack of growth in children are most common. If there is no other explanation for not feeling well or lack of growth in a child, ask your doctor to test for gluten intolerance.

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The ingested gluten mounts an immune response that attacks the small intestine. These attacks damage the villi, which are small, fingerlike projections that line the small intestine and promote nutrient absorption. When the villi get damaged, nutrients cannot be absorbed properly into the body. That is why a person who is gluten intolerant feels tired or weak. Lack of nutrients also makes it impossible for a child to grow properly.

ed, it can lead to additional, serious health problems. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder. Eating gluten continuously aggravates the disease.

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State Senate Task Force Targets Ticks IT IS A DUBIOUS HONOR, one that New York State would rather relinquish to other locales: having one of the highest rates of tick-borne diseases in the country. A report released by a State Senate task force on Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses indicated that New York’s tick problem was particularly bad this past year, according to The Journal News. The smallest county in the state, Rockland, has seen a disproportionately high number of cases of Lyme disease in recent years. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Rockland ranked fourth in the state in the number of reported cases of Lyme disease. The New York State Department of Health said that approximately 8,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported statewide each year.

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Orange County Legoland Slated for 2020 Opening IT WILL TAKE $350 MILLION and approximately 17 months, but an all new Legoland theme park is set to open on Route 17 in 2020. Legoland, which has two other theme parks in California and Florida, had originally hoped to build its first Northeast theme park in Haverstraw, according to The Journal News, but area residents were less than thrilled with the idea of putting a major tourist attraction in their town. With the new park to be located in Goshen, it will still be a relatively close drive for Monsey residents looking for a full-day trip to entertain two- to twelve-year-olds. A 250-room Legoland hotel will also be built at the site and will have Lego models throughout the property. Trivia questions are planned to be placed in the hotel’s rooms, and guests who supply the correct answers will receive Lego prizes. The 50-ride park will be open from April 1 through November 1 only, and together with the hotel, which will be open year-round, is expected to generate $283 million in taxes for Orange County over its first 30 years of operation. News about the Legoland opening came at a press conference last week that, in addition to reporters, elected officials

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Once in 20 Years: What’s the Constitutional Convention All About? WHILE IN MOST INSTANCES, New York State residents rely on their legislators to propose amendments to the state’s constitution, on this Election Day, voters have the unique opportunity to take matters into their own hands quite literally by voting “yes” on a question that appears on the ballot only once in 20 years: whether or not to convene a constitutional convention. Known by many as a “con con,” the constitutional convention is a vehicle that gives voters a mechanism to implement changes in the state’s constitution. The three-part process, which was set up as a 20-year cycle in 1846, gives voters the opportunity to decide if they want a convention to be held by answering a question on the back of the voting ballot reading, “Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution and amend the same?” Only “yes” or “no” votes on the proposal are counted, with blank votes not affecting the final tally. If voters reject the proposal, nothing further can happen until the question is brought to voters again in 2037, but if approved, the second part of

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DIRECTIONS: 1. Beat eggs and sugars for five minutes on high. 2. Lower speed and add oil, flour and baking powder. 3. Pour three-quarters of the batter into a greased Bundt pan. 4. Add chocolate syrup to the remaining batter. Pour it into the Bundt pan and marbelize. 5. Bake in preheated oven at 350° for 50–55 minutes, until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. 6. Let sit for five minutes and then invert cake onto a plate. Let cool.

Seasoned chef: Gluten-free baked goods dry out faster than their wheat counterparts. It will keep well for up to a day on the counter, but should be frozen if served at a later time.

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DIRECTIONS: 1. Cream margarine and sugars. 2. Add rest of ingredients in the order listed. Don’t overmix. 3. Using a cookie scoop, form balls on lined cookie sheet. 4. Bake in preheated oven on 375° for 10–12 minutes until golden brown.

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DIRECTIONS: 1. Cream margarine and sugars. 2. Add rest of ingredients in the order listed. 3. Using a cookie scoop, form balls on lined cookie sheet. 4. Bake in preheated oven on 350° for 15–18 minutes.

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An estimated 1 in 133 Americans, approximately 2 million people, have celiac disease. For these people, eating gluten — a protein found in wheat, barley and rye — triggers an immune response in the small intestine, which over time, damages its lining and prevents absorption of some nutrients. This intestinal damage often causes diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss, bloating and anemia, and can lead to serious complications. In children, this malabsorption can also affect growth and development. There’s no cure for celiac disease, but for most sufferers — including those who have a gluten sensitivity or wheat allergy — following a strict gluten-free diet can help manage symptoms and promote intestinal healing. Meticulously following a gluten-free diet can be challenging, and even more so, perhaps, if you live a frum lifestyle. Think of the standard fare served at Shabbos and yom tov seudos, kiddushim and shalom zachors, in addition to matzah on Pesach! What precautions should be taken when a child’s diagnosis requires a gluten-free diet? How should everyone — from parents and bubbies to neighbors and teachers — deal with these children? Rochel* and Esther* share their personal stories and tips.

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Rochel’s Story Two of Rochel’s eight children are gluten-intolerant. About 20 years ago, when her daughter, Aviva* was about a year old, she was diagnosed with celiac and had to be on a very strict gluten-free diet. Unlike now, there were not many gluten-free products on the shelves. She was on a gluten-free diet until she was three, and then the doctor said she could go back on a regular diet. When she was about 11, she was retested and went back on the gluten-free diet. When Rochel’s son, Etan*, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 11, the endocrinologist told her it is protocol to test those who have it for celiac. He tested positive. “At that time, dealing with the diabetes was hard enough, and I was so distraught,” recalls Rochel.

“The endocrinologist was great; he picked up how upset I was and advised us to put the diagnosis aside for now and retest him in a few months since he wasn’t having symptoms. When the doctor said we couldn’t ignore it any more, Etan was put on a gluten-free diet, too.” Until this day, Rochel makes most suppers naturally glutenfree — for example, she will make chicken or meat and rice or quinoa. If she makes pasta, she will make both a gluten and gluten-free kind, mainly because the cost of the latter is much more expensive. “One of the hardest things was when Etan was bar mitzvah age and he was invited to bar mitzvahs,” shares Rochel. “I would get the caterer’s information from the ba’al simchah and call the caterer myself, only because people have no idea what gluten-free really means. I asked what the menu was to find out if there was anything that my son could eat. “One time, at a bar mitzvah weekend held at a hotel, the caterer assured me that my son would be able to eat most of the dishes for Shabbos dinner, but it turned out that he couldn’t eat the appetizer or the soup,” continues Rochel. “He had to wait an hour and a half until the main course, which he was able to eat, was served. I felt so bad. I learned that I must be more specific and ask about all the courses.” What advice does Rochel have for

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parents who have just received a diagnosis necessitating a gluten-free diet for their child? “It’s hard at the beginning, because you feel like you have to work really hard to ensure that your child eats only gluten-free, but you really get used to it,” says Rochel. “It’s very daunting at the beginning, but after becoming familiar with what you can buy, it really becomes so much easier… There is so much available, your family will hardly notice; it’s not as difficult as it was 20 years ago.”

Esther’s Story Esther’s 10-year-old daughter, Devorah*, has been on a gluten-free diet since she was diagnosed with celiac disease at the age of five. Her parents were shocked when the doctor broke the news. She did not have any of the usual symptoms, like doubling over in pain from stomach aches or severe headaches. “For a while, Devorah was looking very pale,” recalls Esther. “Since I see her every day, I didn’t take note of her unusual paleness until a family member pointed it out. She suggested that I take her to the doctor. Thinking Devorah was totally fine, I didn’t act on her advice, but one day I started panicking. What if something was wrong with her?” Esther made an appointment to see the pediatrician the next morning, and he sent Devorah for bloodwork. By 3:30 p.m. that afternoon, the doctor called and urged Esther to take Devorah to the Children’s Hospital in Philadelphia — a oneand-a-half-hour ride from their home in Lakewood. “When I started asking questions, he told me to leave immediately for the hospital; he would talk to me on the way,” shares Esther. “I was so scared; I had no idea what was going on. While I was driving,


General Gluten-Free Tips • Most stores have a large gluten-free selection; some pizza shops even sell glutenfree pizza. • Do not toast gluten-free bread in the same toaster that family members use to toast their gluten-containing bread. Even a crumb of bread containing gluten is enough to cause illness in someone with celiac disease. • Do not prepare gluten-free and glutencontaining foods on the same cooking surfaces and prep areas, and do not use the same common kitchen items such as colanders, dish towels, utensils and baking sheets. • To avoid mix-ups, use differently colored stickers to distinguish between glutencontaining and gluten-free products in the pantry and fridge, and differently colored utensils. • Avoid “double dipping” in common condiment jars. Use squeeze containers or label separate jars “gluten-free.” • Store gluten-free products on the top shelf of the pantry or refrigerator so other foods don’t accidentally cross-contaminate them. • Don’t buy unpackaged food in bins. The scoops used may have been previously used on gluten-containing foods. • To ensure cross-contamination didn’t take place during processing, buy glutenfree grains that are gluten-free certified. • Buy gluten-free flours marked as glutenfree from reputable companies that are more likely to test for gluten. • Avoid purchasing imported foods. Other countries may not abide by the same gluten-free standards as the United States. • Vegetables, fruits, meats, dairy, beans and legumes are “safe” foods. For baking,

some gluten-free alternatives are: cornstarch, almond meal flour, potato flour and white rice flour. • Avoid all canned, frozen food and mixed spices unless marked gluten-free. Even dried grain such as rice or beans can be cross contaminated during harvest or packaging. • If you are a grandparent of a child on a gluten-free diet, ask the parents to provide snacks, bread and cereal, etc., or have them provide a list of favorite safe foods listed by brand. Keep a backup supply of one of the child’s favorite treats in your cupboard. • Write letters to your child’s principal, teachers and school nurse to introduce your child and let them know about their food restrictions. • Don’t let a gluten-free diet keep your children from enjoying fun events and outings with other kids. You want them to see that gluten-free eating is manageable and doesn’t restrict them in any way. Just be prepared in advance with gluten-free food options your child can take along or get at the event. • Be vigilant of non-gluten served in these venues: home economics class, food craft projects, birthday celebrations, bar/bas mitzvah celebrations, holiday celebrations, field trips, class rewards, etc. •

Include fun and easy-to-handle glutenfree foods in your child’s school lunch and make sure it is similar to what everyone else is eating so they won’t feel different.

• Beware that some art supplies (e.g. glue, paint, modeling clay) contain gluten. • Talk with the parents of your child’s closest friends to alert them about your child’s gluten-free diet.

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he told me that the Kawasaki virus, which goes straight to the heart, was going around. Her platelets were very high, and her hemoglobin was very low. She was tested in the hospital the whole night, and we were dismissed when they ruled out Kawasaki.” Devorah was put on iron pills for a while. When that same relative told Esther that Devorah still looked terrible, the pediatrician decided to test her for celiac. She tested positive. “We didn’t put everyone in the family on a gluten-free diet, but we do try to be nice and understanding

of her,” explains Esther, a mother of seven. “If there is a food that she really loves, we try very hard not to bring it into the house. If we can get something similar to it, we ask her if it’s okay. If she tells us that it is something that would really bother her, like knishes, we avoid making it or get a gluten-free version of it. It’s very important to have open discussions and not hide anything from her.” For parties, Esther will buy fancy ices or an ice cream cake instead of a regular cake. She tries to buy the same thing for the whole family so Devorah will not be made to feel different. “It’s very overwhelming in the beginning; it’s important to have somebody for support,” advises Esther. “There is a woman in Lakewood who has been providing tremendous support for me and others for years and years — Gnesha Jaffa. She runs support groups and parties for the kids who have gone gluten-

For parties, Esther will buy fancy ices or an ice cream cake instead of a regular cake.

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free. When Devorah was diagnosed, she gave me a list of the main ingredients that I have to be wary of, and I took it to the store. She also told me that it’s very normal for children to get frustrated and angry when first diagnosed. “In cases where your child doesn’t feel well, be comforted by the fact that he or she will feel better by being on a gluten-free diet,” concludes Esther. “It’s true that it’s hard to stick to it, but you will see a change in your child.”

Gluten-Free Isn’t Always Everything “Sometimes, people respond very well to a gluten-free diet alone, but I find that for most of my patients, there are additional issues that need to be addressed,” says Baltimore-based holistic chiropractic practitioner, Dr. Chana Feldman. “Sometimes, different areas, such as underlying physical and emotional conditions, need to be looked at, and the patient needs a fuller workup and treatment. They may also need to eat anti-inflammatory types of foods, fish oils and probiotics to help heal up the gut so they can get better.”

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IT WAS A ROUTINE WELL VISIT. Well… it was supposed to be a routine well visit. My daughter’s doctor, however, veered away from the script. She ordered some blood work, and one of the things was a screening to see whether my daughter has celiac disease. She didn’t have any symptoms, but since she has Down syndrome and is at greater risk for autoimmune disorders, the doctor checked without telling me. The test results came back positive. Our next step was to either ignore it or go to a GI (Gastroenterologist). Ignoring it sounded good since she didn’t have any symptoms, but I did the responsible thing and made an appointment. The GI felt bad about how we learned that my daughter has celiac and kept stating that taking her off gluten would mean a major life change. He also did a blood test that looked at certain markers. A week later, he called

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to inform us the numbers were high those concerns, and we opted out. I thought about what changes I and recommended doing an endoscopy. An endoscopy is a small pro- would need to make and realized cedure where a flexible tube with that most of the suppers I served a light and camera attached is put were gluten-free already. I also down a person’s throat to allow the knew that my daughter would foldoctor to look at the digestive tract low through when told what she on a color monitor. When I inquired was and what she was not allowed to whether the test would be able to eat. I knew two people who were on rule out celiac disease if it showed gluten-free diets and had noticed a no intestinal cell damage, he clari- large variety of gluten-free products fied that my daughter definitely had at the grocery. All this helped me receliac disease; the test would just tell alize that it was doable. The next hurdle before I could him how severe her case was. Taking into account all the risks involved — Gluten: A Latin word that from her large tonsils and small airmeans glue. It holds grains like way passage to the wheat, barley and rye together. risk of anesthesia — my husband and It’s a protein composite that I decided the inforgives wheat products its mation the doctor would get from dochewy, flexible texture and also ing the procedure helps dough to rise in the oven. did not outweigh


Two days later, I was ready to start. I gave the director of the respite program a list of some things to purchase and handed her corn cakes and corn tortillas for my daughter to eat at lunchtime in place of bread. Then, as I cooked my gluten-free suppers, I made sure to make extra food. I froze individual portions of turkey, different types of chicken, chicken hot dogs, lentil loaf, quinoa, rice, kasha and potato kugel. The day before school started, I arranged to have a meeting with my daughter’s teacher, paraprofessionals and the coordinator. I would’ve liked to meet with the principal, too, but she was unavailable. The meeting went as I had expected. The year before I had sent in lunches with her because she had gained too much weight eating the school’s lunches, so we decided to keep everything the same. She would continue to eat the breakfast the school served, but I would send in lunch. I also mentioned that I needed to know about parties in advance so I could send in gluten-free party food. However, the coordinator suggested I just send in something that they could keep in the freezer, which I did. I hadn’t realized they also served snacks, but Hashem was looking after my daughter. I had sent in gluten-free pretzels for when they had a party, and now she ate it for snack instead. The day she started eating dinner at her afterschool program was the day I went back to making chicken with soy sauce! For Shabbos, I bought glutenfree rolls and stopped putting barley in my cholent. She was also given gluten-free donuts and crackers to eat while the rest of the family ate mezonos during our breakfast kiddush. I was amazed at the various things I could buy. She definitely didn’t feel deprived. As Rosh Hashanah slowly made its way closer, I begin to take my daughter off gluten was to speak with people I would need to count on. Since it was the end of printed out my menu from the year before. As I do every the summer, my husband and I had a meeting with her year, I looked at what changes I wanted to make. I kept respite program director. At that point, they were serv- my breaded chicken, because I was able to buy glutening her lunch, but when school would start, she would free bread crumbs. I would keep my lokshen and cabbage, but would also make some be served supper on their premfor her using gluten-free noodles. ises, too. We reviewed what they I crossed off the three–pie filling gave for lunch and snack, and Some foods that kugel, but it had more to do with these weren’t a problem. The dincontain gluten: Wheat, its unnecessary calories than the ner, however, was catered, and gluten inside it. Overall, I found most of it had gluten. The direcspelt, barley, rye, I did not have to make too many tor told me she understood it was changes to my menu. hard and would get whatever I pasta, bread, crackers, I am glad for all the gluten-free needed. She also mentioned that matzah, soy sauce, items I have the option to buy. some other children had special I am also happy we are not the diets and that their mothers sent teriyaki sauce, malt. type of family that goes out to eat, in food monthly. Every day, one because contrary to what the GI meal was defrosted, and that’s what these children ate. She said she would gladly do said, it really is doable. Luckily, as much as my daughter loves eating starches, she also enjoys quinoa, kasha that for me as well. The next day I went to the grocery to check out their and salads. Not too long after I found out that she’d gluten-free selection. The director had mentioned that have to go gluten-free, my friend told me that her marthere were many frozen gluten-free meals available. I ried daughter was not allowed to eat flour, sugar, dairy found a large variety in the freezer section, but I asked and vegetables grown inside the ground (e.g., potatoes). myself whether I would want my daughter to eat such It kind of put things in perspective. Baruch Hashem, it is only this. meals every day. The answer was no.

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One of our interviewees for this feature relates sitting at a simcha and being privy to a conversation happening near her. A relative of hers, who was avoiding much of the food at the simcha due to a specialized diet, was being asked by a friend sitting nearby, “Are you seriously off all of that stuff? Do you really believe in all of these ‘things’?” “I don’t believe in it,” she replied. “It simply works.” This week, we interview Monsey women, who have each gone glutenfree on their own or for one of their children, for valuable information gleaned through trial and experience.

SURY Who in your family is on a gluten-free diet? My five-year-old son. How long has he been off gluten? For the past three and a half years. What made you go glutenfree? When my son was diagnosed with celiac disease as a toddler, it was the only way to go. Which gluten-free bread out there do you like best? I purchase Udi’s GlutenFree Bread in Costco. My son is quite particular, and he eats his bread only either toasted with peanut butter, grilled with cheese or as French toast. What do you do regarding

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challah? I’ve found yeast doughs quite a challenge, and I have yet to develop the perfect one. There are a few mixes that my son likes, but he’d only eat the challah fresh out of the oven, so I’m still trying to find something that can last at least until the Shabbos morning seudah. A friend told me, though, that she finds the gluten-free challah recipe from the Pupa cookbook, which uses rice flour, really delicious. (The recipe doesn’t work well when doubled.) Are there any tricks you can share when it comes to cooking or baking with gluten alternatives? I use 1 to 1 Baking Flour by Bob’s Red Mill in place of regular flour in almost anything that I cook or bake, from cheese blintzes to cakes. When I want

to go healthier, I play around with the different gluten-free flours available. I stay away from storebought products, as I find many of these items use cheaper stuff, like potato starch, and I want my son to have wholesome food. I find 1 to 1 to be satisfactory in health and great in results. When I use gluten-free flours, I add vanilla extract to just about anything. And I will usually cut the sugar and oil in the recipe, as gluten-free flours don’t absorb oil like regular flour does. I also like to use cakes that start with a good snow, and that makes up for the substance that wheat flour gives baked goods. When it comes to cookie batter, I have it sit in the fridge prior to working with it so that the ingredients get absorbed better. When baking dairy stuff, I’ll often cut the oil and replace it


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with yogurt. Are there any local eateries that cater to clients with gluten-free needs? This is one of the many areas where someone with celiac disease differs greatly from one with gluten intolerance. For someone with celiac, the slightest amount of gluten can be unsafe and that’s why we have to be extra careful about cross-contamination and even trace amounts of gluten. Therefore, eating foods without gluten from just any establishment is not an option, as the same dishes, gadgets and ovens are used, and some gluten will be in the food. I had a wonderful experience at Pita Land, where they change the equipment, put the gluten-free pizza into a separate pan and are very careful to keep it entirely gluten-free, so much that my son, who reacts to the slightest trace of gluten, exhibited no reaction. What is the most challenging aspect for someone on a gluten-free diet? I find working things out for my son at cheder difficult. I send snacks and lunches with my son, but so often, there are other boys — they’re still young — who help themselves to his lunch or snack, or his food gets contaminated with the school’s food in the lunchroom. A rebbe doesn’t see a reaction to celiac disease like they would see a fatal reaction to peanuts, for example, and as such, it is often taken less seriously than other allergies. Are there any items you use that you want others to know about? My son likes soft cookies, as opposed to crunchy ones, and Enjoy Life’s mini chocolate chip cookies are a favorite in my home. He also loves Gratify’s pretzels. I found cooking pasta an issue, since the gluten-free versions easily fall apart, until I discovered Jovial’s brown rice spaghetti and Tinkyada shaped brown rice pasta, which have a great texture. I use the shaped brown rice for an easy baked ziti that my entire family enjoys: In a 9x13 pan, I place a package of pasta and a jar of marinara sauce. I then fill the empty marinara jar half with water and half milk, and I add it to the pan with another little bit of water. I mix the contents of the pan, cover the surface with pizza cheese and bake it on 400° for just about over an hour. Some tips while in the food aisle: • Since the FDA is so strict with gluten, I am comfortable that when a product has no gluten ingredients and doesn’t list “May contain traces of gluten” it truly is gluten-free. • The fact that sugar is allowed on a diet for celiac disease makes it so much easier, as most sweets are really okay, although care must be taken since the

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entire licorice line contains wheat. • Chocolates have to be checked well to make sure they contain no gluten or even trace amounts. • Not all rice cakes are glutenfree, and they must be checked.

NAOMI: Who in your family is on a gluten-free diet? My daughter How long has she or he been off gluten? 4 years Reason for going gluten-free: We were recommended by an expert to take my daughter off gluten, as she was exhibiting gluten intolerance, as well as sensitivities to other foods. Over the years, other foods were slowly reintroduced and she is doing very well and flourishing. So for the time being, we are sticking to a gluten-free diet. Perhaps, one day, that too will be eliminated. Which gluten-free bread out there do you like best? Katz Gluten-Free White Bread. What do you do regarding challah? Since we want her to make hamotzi at least on Shabbos, we use Katz Gluten-Free Oat Rolls. They’re small and two of them work perfectly for a personal lechem mishnah. Are there any local eateries that cater to clients with gluten-free needs? Yes, Chai Pizza sells a fantastic gluten-free pizza. We pre-order to make sure it’s available for when we come by. It’s a special treat to

go out with the entire family, and there’s something there for my daughter, too. What is the most challenging time for your daughter? When it comes to food-related programs at school, I’m limited in how much I can control. I wish I would be told in advance, so I can prepare appropriately before food-based arts and crafts and treats and celebrations are planned. When I send something beforehand, my daughter has the opportunity to join in, and when there’s miscommunication, it hurts me to see her come home deflated. Are there any items you use that you want others to know about? Malt O Meal’s Crispy Rice is gluten-free, and the perfect base for peanut chews. Most glutenfree items, being specialties, are pricey, but this makes a delicious, inexpensive treat for the entire family. For those of you who have WIC, it’s even covered under that program. I’m also excited about the Glutenwise blintzes, which I find are the only filling blintzes available

that I can send to school without preparation. My daughter loves it and enjoys the cheese blintzes for lunch.

TZIPPY Who in your family is on a gluten-free diet? Myself How long were you off gluten? For about a year and a half, four years ago What made you go gluten-free? Infantile colitis Which gluten-free bread out there did you like best? I didn’t particularly go for gluten-free bread. I ate rice cakes and Mary’s Gone crackers as my starch. What did you do regarding challah? I used gluten-free oat matzah, as I prefered that taste. Any tricks you can share when it comes to cooking or baking

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with gluten alternatives? I bought mostly everything ready-made. In the rare times when I did bake, I found almond flour good in taste and consistency. Are there any local eateries that cater to clients with gluten-free needs? I stuck to sushi, salads and other gluten-free foods at standard establishments. Which occasions did you find most challenging? When it came to simchos, it wasn’t easy to sit and look at food that I wasn’t allowed to eat. I had to either bring something with me, or eat at home before or afterward. Were there any items you use that you want others to know about? I found Popcorners to be an excellent snack and cracker. Praeger’s herb-crusted glutenfree fish sticks was something I also enjoyed. At the time I was on a gluten-free diet, I enjoyed Carbolicious’ gluten-free products made of almond flour. (Those should always be checked, as some of their products contain wheat.) Do you have any tips to share? I would look out for a ‘“kosher l’Pesach” symbol on products, and knew I was good to go. I’d also stock up on some products that are not available year-round right after Pesach.

RAIZY Who in your family is on a gluten-free diet? Myself How long have you been off gluten? I’ve was off gluten and other

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items several years ago and after twelve months was slowly reintroduced to some foods, and eventually gluten, too. At this point, I’m off gluten again for the past two months. What made you go gluten-free? After not feeling well, I was told by an expert that I was gluten-intolerant (as well as intolerant of some other foods). With the right guidance on dietary changes, I baruch Hashem, started feeling a lot better. Which gluten-free bread out there do you like best? I like Katz Gluten-Free Wholesome Bread. I find it to be filling and nourishing, and more than just a “substitute for bread.” What do you do regarding challah? I now use Shibolim’s gluten-free oat matzos a great deal — an amazing product which was not available a few years back. At that point I was using oat bread that I didn’t like, but I wanted to make hamotzi. Shibolim’s matzos are delicious, and the box is finished partly by myself, and mostly by the gluten-eating members of the family. Are there any tricks you can share when it comes to cooking or baking with gluten alternatives? I’m not scared to try everything once. If it works, I learned something new and will do it again. Are there any local eateries that cater to clients with gluten-free needs? In most places I can always find something delicious in gluten-free. What is the most challenging time/occasion for someone on a gluten-free diet? To sit at a catered meal, and it’s okay to skip the entree and the soup, but when the main dish is served and there’s nothing available in gluten-free, makes sitting at simchos hard. Were there any items you use that you want others to know about? I make most things on my own, because I want to use the type of ingredients that work best for me and are healthy, but looking through the gluten-free aisles in the grocery, I can’t get over how many more products are available year by year in gluten-free versions. The food products listed are recommended by the interviewees, and does not have the endorsement of The Monsey View for either kashrus or health. Proper research should be done for products you are considering.

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New Direction - What They Don’t Want You To Know

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Bill Weber shamefully had his circle of hate call our election headquarters and tied up our phone lines so that people in our community couldn’t get rides to the polls, and were unable to cast their ballots against the ward system. Bill Weber supports a ward system and intends to implement one if he gets elected. A ward system would unfairly disenfranchise our community!

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Bill Weber promoted a social media hate page that besmirches our community in a PRESERVE group.

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CONNECTING THE DOTS IT’S A MOTZEI-THREE-DAY-YOM TOV (yes, that’s a thing), and my kids are sitting with their feet up on the dingy tablecloth. The house is sticky and topsy-turvy, but these wonderful creatures are blaring away on their musical instruments. I can’t decide which is louder, the noise or the mess.

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“Hey, guys.” I can hardly be heard over the din, my thoughts pounding louder than my son on the keyboard. How dare they?! Can they not see the mess? Their orchestra is parked center stage! I take a deep breath. I have a choice to make. I can either have them stop band practice immediately and help clean up. Or, me

and my frustration can indulge in a soothing bubble bath and revisit the mess calmer and clearer. I choose the latter and am curious to see how my kids will react to not being told something for a change. I return to the scene of the crime, mind and body energized. Suddenly there is a shift in the air and a flurry of putting down instruments and a rolling up of sleeves. Tilly grabs the mop and declares, “No one come into the kitchen now! I’m going to scrub the place from top to bottom!” Chaim and Shloimy spring off the piano bench and into action, one upstairs with the vacuum cleaner and one out with the trash. I head off, smiling, after the dirty laundry that is eyeing the nearest escape route in hopes of a brighter (Clorox 2, anyone?) future. Operation Re-


which technique will reach each kid the best. There is no one single way that is correct or that will work every time and for every child. Parenting is not one-size-fits-all. With so many professionals and resources available today, the information and options may be overwhelming. I can pick and choose methods that jibe with my vibe, and I am free to customize them to fit me and the needs of my family. Whatever comes to pass, I know Hashem wants me to look inside and ask myself: What middah do I need to work on today in order to help this little one? Or, How can I show this child more love and bring him closer to Hashem? The honest answer will be something that is uncomfortable to me; a stretching of sorts. Our tafkid does not lie in our comfort zone, neatly packaged and lazily waiting to be picked up before the end of the business day. That’s where my bechirah and inner strengths come into play. I will try, and if I fail, I will try again or attempt something else. Hashem may not connect the dots for me, but he never gives me a puzzle with missing pieces. I just have to work hard and focus in order to complete the picture.

Hashem may not connect the dots for me, but he never gives me a puzzle with missing pieces.

store the Sanity and the Sanitary is in full swing. Yes, allowing the kids some downtime and a chance to realize and accept their responsibilities on their own definitely paid off this time. I give the rooms a wary onceover and spot a toy that is out of place…so out of place, in fact, because it’s the neighbor’s! That Duvi! Fireworks go off in my head as my

maybe of a headache turns into a “definite, oh yes, get-the-Motrinnow!” status. “Sweetie, what are we doing about this toy?” I ask the boy. His blush matches the stolen red fire truck, and he looks down, ashamed. “I guess…I guess I’ll give it back,” he says, smiling shyly. “You’re such a gibor! I’m sure you want it so much but you’re being so honest! My tzaddik!” I ruffle his hair and plant a great big kiss on his cheek. I realize I could have overlooked the unfamiliar toy and waited to see how my youngster would have handled it. And that would have been a great parenting choice, too. You see, the thing is, refrigerators come with manuals. Kids don’t. Hashem blessed me with children and along with them maternal instinct. As a mommy, I have special intuition and insight into each child’s neshamah and can choose

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SALE HISTORY:

Nine homes sold in this area in the past year at an average price of $506,000. The highest sale was $710,000 and the cheapest home sold for $365,000.

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For decades, traditional breakfast fare was most commonly warm, oat-based porridges.

The first cold breakfast cereal was introduced to the market in 1863 by Dr. James Caleb Jackson, giving “instant” a whole new meaning. He baked whole-wheat flour and water, broke it up into pieces, and then baked them again. This cereal, called “granula,” had to be soaked overnight to be chewable in the morning. So much for instant!

When Dr. Kellogg mixed cornmeal and oatmeal into a dough with nuts, and then baked them into biscuits and crumbled them, he called it “granula” too, almost being sued in the process. So he changed the name of his concoction to “granola.”

More than $150,000 and many months of work by General Mills physicist Lester Borchardt resulted in the perfectly puffed, tasty little O’s. It was originally called “Cheerioats,” and was changed to “Cheerios” when Quaker Oats claimed trademark infringement.

The original Froot Loops came in only three colors: red, orange and yellow. The company recently admitted that all colors, though, are made from the same flavoring concoction, and all taste the same. These cereals, full of artificial coloring, are actually banned in some countries.

Like so many things that were invented by accident, corn flakes was another wonderful mistake. One day, after cooking some wheat to make thin, rolled crackers, the Kellogg brothers were called away. By the time they returned to the wheat and ran it through the roller, the wheat had flattened into individual flakes. Some time later, they tried the same process with corn, and corn flakes were born. It took a while until sugar was added to the product, and then sales began in earnest, with the cardboard-like taste gone and in its place something palatable and tempting for children.

To promote the cereals as healthy, manufacturers began to add vitamins and minerals. This trend became especially common during WWII, when the government encouraged vitamin and mineral enrichment of foods.

Too much of a good thing is never good, and over the years there were batches of cereals that received an oversaturation of iron. This is in addition to many brands that contain levels of zinc, niacin and Vitamin A that exceed safe levels for children under eight years of age.

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What impacted the cold cereal market was when mothers started to work in the 1960s, and in need of a quick breakfast solution, turned to the cereal variety available.


Marketing played a huge role in cereal’s popularity and acceptance as a “healthy breakfast choice.” Many of these boxes are not much more valuable in nutrition than processed and refined grains with way too much sugar. The convenience factor also plays a huge role in its addictive properties: Breakfast is ready in just 30 seconds.

At roughly 30%, cold cereal is the most popular breakfast choice in the busy lives we Americans lead. Interestingly, it is most popular in the Northeast, at 39%, and least popular in the South, at 25%.

Honey Nut Cheerios is the most popular cereal choice to date.

As the world becomes more health-conscious, there are increasing trends in the sales of healthier breakfast cereals and a decrease in sugary cereals.

What scientist call the “Cheerio Effect” is what happens when floating objects are naturally drawn to each other. Pour some milk into your bowl and watch science take effect.

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Runner Ups: FINKEL xxx5323: 152 points FRIEDMAN xxx1928: 136 points SPIRA xxx1344: 136 points Pick up your free slice and ice cream at Chai Pizza Monsey at 94 Rte. 59. Please be considerate, and do NOT try to claim your prize without The Monsey View issue in which your name appears or after six weeks. It will not be honored.

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The factory workers are pressured today. Let’s not bother them.

Let’s join the kids playing ball outside.

Oh, no! Eli, what did you do? You kicked the ball onto the factory’s porch!

Good thing Mutty is here. He can ask his father to go in and get it for us.

Did the ball break a window?

Throw the ball!

My father’s not happy about us playing so close to the factory. The ball can cause damage, and my father is responsible for the factory.

I hope it didn’t break anything.

We’re waiting!

Eli!

Great, everything’s okay.

What’s that paper over there?

This is very suspicious. It looks like the blackout was done on purpose. I must show this to Tatty!

Recap: After the manager leaves, Gavriel realizes that the paper with the sabotage instructions must have fallen out of his pocket and onto the porch.


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By: Ann Zeilingold

Real Estate Toxic Environments JUST LIKE PEOPLE CAN EXPERIENCE allergic reactions or suffer from painful or chronic conditions that can be alleviated by a change in diet or behavior, believe it or not, sometimes a person can experience chronic illness or feel perpetually unwell due to the conditions within their own home. People are always on the lookout for toxic mold, but what about other toxic chemicals inside and outside of our homes? This topic brings me back to a conversation I had with a woman who was building a home in South Carolina. It was a “chemical-free home.” The cost was four times the cost of a regularly built home, but because she was concerned about her health — what she ingested, breathed and touched — this was very important to her. This prompted me to do some research, where I discovered people who suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivities. MCS, as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2003, is a physical condition where the affected person reports sensitivity or intolerance to a variety of common chemicals, both natural and synthetic, at very low levels. Common irritants include: cleaning agents (bleach, soaps and detergents), paints, varnishes (including sealants, caulks and glues), as well as upholstery, carpet, furniture and cabinetry that have been treated or manufactured with common chemicals such as formaldehyde resins (a known carcinogen), pesticides and other toxic solvents.

Find Ann’s real estate column weekly in The Monsey View.

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People are always on the lookout for toxic mold, but what about other toxic chemicals inside and outside of our homes?

These substances and materials, which are all over our homes, decks and gardens, have a tendency to “offgas” a variety of chemical irritants referred to as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which compromise the indoor air quality (IAQ) of the home. Today’s energyefficient “tight” homes trap these irritants indoors, potentially impacting the health of the occupants. Symptoms include: sore throat, watery eyes, nausea, headaches, muscle and joint pain, memory loss, blurred vision, difficulty breathing, skin rashes, chronic allergies, sleep interruption, behavioral issues, brain damage and depression. What are some things that a homeowner should consider and be aware of when building, repairing, renovating or furnishing their home? Below are a few ideas: • Install natural hard surface flooring such as cork, linoleum, wood or tile instead of carpeting, laminate or vinyl to minimize off-gassing


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and the harboring of dust mites, mildew and/or bacteria. • Use low- or no-VOC paints and finishes — even over the more common high-VOC products. • Older furniture has likely already offgassed its toxic components. In new furniture, look for a manufacturer’s membership in the Sustainable Furnishings Council (www.sustainablefurnishings. org), which promotes the manufacturing of sustainable, low-toxicity products. Similarly with cabinetry: Look for cabinets that have the Environmental Stewardship Program seal from the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA - www. greencabinetsource.org). • Opt for cabinetry and furniture that use only no-added formaldehyde plywood, particle board and/or medium density fiberboard (MDF) along with low-VOC finishes and adhesives. • Purchase countertop materials that don’t contain high-VOC glues, resins or other toxic binding agents and can be maintained without the use of high-VOC sealants and cleaning agents. • Choose untreated natural fibers such as wool, cotton, jute, etc. rather than synthetic fiber materials for window coverings and furnishings. • Use materials that do not require toxic cleaning agents for routine maintenance. Unfortunately, home appraisers don’t recognize the added value of a chemical-free home, so although the home most likely would be more appealing to a savvy buyer, the extra costs of these specialized toxic-free products and components would not affect the appraised value, so the return on investment would not be realized. I personally think that a chemical-free house will be a norm in the future. It’s an idea and way of life whose time has not yet come.

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Classifieds FOR SALE LEXUS ES300 year 2000 for $2500 call 845461-3084 HONDA ODYSSEY 118,000 miles. Call (845) 499-8531 2012 ISUZU 16 ft. long Box truck 165,229 miles asking $15,900 price is negotiable. Please email jobopportunity7585@gmail. com 04’ BUICK CENTURY runs gr8 new battery and many parts. reduced to $1750 Pls. call 732-228-0227 DINING ROOM SET almond ( beige) pedestal table for sale. Buffet and six chairs. 914 629 0172 FURN FOR SALE Bedroom set and DR set for sale in very good condition. Includes beds, nightstand, table, chairs, sefarim shank, china... For more details call 845 659 7204 COFFEE TABLE Wrought iron and glass top (48 x 32 x 16 high, large size) reasonable, 845- 4257780 MAHOGANY BABY CRIB with mattress $250. Call or text for picture 845-641-9443

6 DOOR D&W BREAKFRONT seforim shank. excellent condition! pickup in Monroe. 845-662-5961 / 845-783-3988 DINING ROOM FURNITURE please call 845-521-2217

bassinet, color black, new condition. Call 845-533-9361 USED JEWELRY for very cheap. Call: 845538-0127

RIBNITZER REBBE canvas picture of the Ribnitzer Rebbe size 12X16 for sale/order $75. Call 845533-9361 CARRIAGE BUNTING Brand new, Cozy Coop. selling for $60. Please call or text 8452741909

MASTER BEDROOM $2500, call or txt 845-5179231

CUSTOM LINEN SET Full size (54”) crushed velvet Beige, Ivory, and Burgundy w initial F on king size pillowcase. 845-200-4365.

MASTER BEDROOM 48” headboards. From Chasuna Depot. Excellent condition. 845 222 1305

BOYS COAT Praime Size 5 blue coat $75 Call: 845 425 6973

GAS LEAF BLOWER 2 years old serious inquires only. asking 225$ 8456595826 text or call 7-8pm or after 10pm

GLASS TABLE with 6 Metal chairs great condition.asking $450 negotiable. Please call or text 845 671 0772.

WIG barely used , Shoulder length with baby hair and highlights. Please call 845 709 3782

TREK BIKE 7.1 great condition,hybrid. including accessories. price -$450. please call 845-6084471

BRAND NEW MICROWAVE samsung over the range stainless steel for sale. Sealed in the box. Selling for $220. 917-693-2442

PROFESSIONAL DRUM SET mint condition call:845-5963791

ROWENTA GARMENT STEAMER with hanger for Sale: great condition selling for $50 Raizyfm@gmail.com-845445-5162

FRIDGE/FREEZER Stainless steal. 30”. new condition. Please call 732-833-3583, large ac for sale - 80 OBO (or best offer) 845-425-4840 WASHING MACHINE Excellent condition, Only 99 dollars. Call 845 6425173 STROLLERS SALE Bugaboo 2008 color brown/ tan with bassinet and rain cover,. UppaBaby 2012

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OUTDOOR GARBAGE CANS top quality two for $100 call 845 418 2611 BUGABOO CAMELEON used , good condition $250. Call/text7329949469 GREY IMITATION DOONA New condition. Please call 8456410209 BABY BLANKET new red & blue plaid wool baby blanket 100% scottish wool, “Won’t Pill” call 845362-1913

GIFT CARD $86 by jcpenney for$70 call 845-461-3084 CANON PIXMA PRINTER MG3020, only used twice $45.call 8482245500 LITTLE GIRLS SHOES Maroon seude loafers Size 21 for $10. 845-538-7161 ECCO SHOES Brand new, size 47 call 845461-3084

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CITY ELITE CARRIAGE Single, Hardly used. $250 obo. 845659.9948 TREADMILL $200 please call 425-3207 YAMAHA PSRE343 $99 pls cal l8454255287 KORG PA1X very good condition w/ programs,w/stand for $950 call 8454255287 TEACHERS BRIEFCASE Michael Kors, barely used. Call: 845.213.5841 SALON CHAIR $135, Armoire $45- Please call 587-8325 12” LED LIGHT FIXTURES Brand new in box. Bronze color. Please call 732-8333583 ENFAMIL ENFACARE 0-12 months Exp June 2018. Please call 1450-420-0910 CARRIAGE/DIAPER BAG $50 reg. $80 please call 845356-0971 KNICK-KNACKS Linen sets, English books, GPS, brocade white challah cover , 5 row silver atarah, pink leather chitas. Call 410299-7136

HOMES HOUSE FOR SALE Johanna Lane Monsey NY. Legal 2 family lot. Top of cul-de-sac. 850k obo. 845422-7956. LOT FOR SALE Great neighborhood, 3 Stetner Rd, Spring Valley. Approximately 78 by 98. Ready to build 2 family. AOM Realty 845.729.3284

5 BDRM TOWNHOUSE Bates area $2700 + utilities. Call 845-326-2091 or Call or text 845-263-2317 SHISHA REALTY

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Beautiful apartments in Yerushalayim avail. for short term rentals. We manage properties as well. Call 718-408-8070 for American Service! Email us at vacation@ shisharealty.com HI-RANCH RENTAL 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms. Pleasant Ridge area . call 505358-5986 NEW CITY HOUSE 4 bdrm, 3.5 bthrm, freshly painted, updated insulation. Pls call 845-263-2608 7 BEDROOMS 6000+ square feet, 10 years young CHC, in New City, 2.5 acres including your own lake!! Lisa Fuchs-Coldwell Banker- 914-649-4959 3 BEDRM RENTAL 2 bath, cul-de-sac block; porch; Chestnut Ridge/ Spring Hill area; avail immd; 845 377 3687 ORIOLE STREET in the bird section of Chestnut Ridge. Asking 599K. Please call 845-2226244 5BR 4BA CH COLONIAL 4000+ sf. MBR Suite w/ marble bath, his/her closets, sitting room. Pesach kitchen area. Great community, shuls. 914.523.6011 DORSET RD. 1 bedroom apt. semi basement. pls call 379-4477 3 BEDROOM 2 full bathroom on Maple Leaf Rd. (No section 8) Call 425-8873

T. 845.445.9533 E. order@deelyshgoods.com 1 BEDROOM no parking, [chosen- kallah] Ronald Drive 914 8063048 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 845659-4531. FURNISHED APT on Decatur Ave 845-659-4531. NEW FURNISHED APT Possibility of 1 or 2 bedrooms. located in the Suzanne Area. Please call 845-323-5323 1 BEDROOM new on Lane st. Call 845425-9144 FURNISHED STUDIO 2nd floor w/porch, Decatur and Maple Area $750 Call 845.641.6266 APT IN MONTICELLO 4 bedroom apt., approved for sec. 8 please call 845-7467848 3 BEDROOM Blueberry Hill area, beautiful patio, Chosson Kallah preferred, (845) 459-0182 SHORT-TERM FURNISHED 3 bedroom, call/text 917.652.2635

4 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE in Bates for shabbos rental. clean neat linen available. 845-659-1564 2 BEDROOM Twin Avenue for $1425 “Choson Kallah only” pls Call 845-587-2781 FURNISHED APARTMENT single prefered. Near main st 845 538 0303 FLORIDA Miami Beach, Carriage Club North, 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, Ground Floor, Backyard, Call: 845-274-3175 FURNISHED APARTMENT 2 room, Blauvelt Road area. Available immediately. Please call 845 323-0003 1 OR 2 BR CONDO In miami bch. Lg porch, sep swim, prkg in bldg. 718-8122656 2 ROOM FURNISHED. Near Main St. Short term only. 845-356-8909 HOSTED APARTMENT for shabbosim, simchas etc. Please call 845 263 0611 BRAND NEW 3 bedroom apartment, 2 full baths on North Rigaud - 845499-9926

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Classifieds is looking to hire a ABA Therapists to work one on one with children on the spectrum. ABA Experience preferred A�ernoon Hours Light Paperwork Great Pay

Please email your resume to Rsmith@cbsny.org HOTEL- STYLE RENTAL 2 bedroom apt. for rent by day/week/weekend.New furniture, linen, towels etc. Stonehouse area. 845-5481050

BSMNT AVL 2 rooms, kitchen, and full bath. Good for single office or playgroup. Available immediately. Please call 8454758442

4 BEDROOMS 3 bathrooms in Parkview Condominiums. (Corner 45 & Maple Ave) 845-499-9926

RONALD DR. Space rental. Multiple use. 1-5 rooms 0-2 Ba. Call/Text 845-445-9123

1 BEDROOM on Homestead lane - 845499-9926

STORAGE SPACE walk in, approx. 320 sq ft and 160 sq ft. please text or call 845-538-1662

FOR RENT FREE RETAIL SPACE in our consignment store at 212 Market Street , Nanuet 845-608-5967 3 ROOM APT. 750 sqf. Enclosed garage for storage in Blueberry hill area. $975. Please text 845 579 5452. ‫ צימערן‬2 ‫דירה פון‬ ‫געאייניגט פאר אפיס אין‬ ‫צענטראלע מעיפל געגנט נעבן‬ 659-4330 ‫סאטמער רופט‬ APPRX. 600 SQ. FT. Park Ave. Area. 718.599.5028 1500 SQ FT. BASEMENT Park Ave. 718.599.5028

DRESS/GOWNS TENOYIM/ SHEVA BRUCHES Beautiful gold and black, tenoyim or shabbos sheva bruches, pink label dress for sale call 347.549.7268 MAJESTIC BRIDE has a position available for long term subbing/possible permanent, to assist in sales. Mrst be a people’s person and understand fashion. Full time or p.m. hours. 4 days a week. Sunday a must. Fax resume to 845.352.3743 B&W WEDDING DRESSES size 4,6, 8-10, for rent dressrental3207@gmail.com call 845-425-3207

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// homes // for rent // dresses & gown LILAC GOWNS 8 pieces, Sizes 2 - 14, (2 are NEW) CHEAP, 845 4257780. KLEINFELD KALLAH GOWN Magnificent custom gown for sale. Please call 347.549.7268 FINDS&CO pale pink dress w/beading. Matching ivory and pink victorian dress. Pls call 5386071 SIZE 0 Has wide seams, may fit up to size 4. Dress length. 845200-4219. LIGHT COLOR GOWNS size 00,0,2 and childrens gowns size 12, and 18 months. Call 845-642-4968 MATERNITY LACE DRESS call 8453560749 TWO PIECE GOWN Size 12/14, grey color, extremely slenderizing Call or text 845-641-9443 CHILDRENS GOWNS Sizes 12 and 16. Asking $400. 8455177937 OFF-WHITE & PEACH lady size 6-8 please contact 845-521-8198 CHILDREN’S GOWNS teal & white for Rent sizes 2 - 10. great price call 845425-1690. TERI JON SIZE 4-6 black and silver taffeta. Great condition. Call/Text 347-5633508 NAVY GOWN jumper style size 12/14. worn once. Call/text 7329949469 TERI JOHN white bridal gown worn once size 10 sophisticated 8456597755

SIZE 0-2 Worn once. 845-578-1936 BLUE AND CREAM GOWN size 4-6 for sale. Please call 845.200.4326 BLACK & WHITE Size 6-8 - Cocktail length. Please call 845-362-0952 SISTER OF THE BRIDE tnoyim dress for sale. Size 4-6, price $750. Call 845-7467514. BLACK AND WHITE DRESS size 16-18. Worn once. Call/ text 845-517-8832 TERRY JOHN NAVY GOWN with beaded lace center for rent Size 6 8. 3476231917 CLASSY MATERNITY DRESS sz.M for rent (cream top black bottom) call 347-432-6669 BLACK MATERNITY Chasuna dress sz medium for rent. Please call me 1347432-6669 PINK WEDDING DRESS/ GOWN for teenage girl. 845-3569804. GOWN SALE three teenage gowns, two children’s gowns. great prices. 845 356 2535 BLUE/GOLD LONG GOWN to rent. size 8. please call or text 845-587-3355 TEEN GOWN FOR RENT Colablt blue. size 6 8. 3476231917 2 BLACK AND GOLD GOWNS with hi-lo overlay for rent very cheap size 0-2 and 6-8. 8453041343 EMBROIDERED GOWN Size 4 -6. Light coloring. 845538-7161


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BLACK AND WHITE VELVET and lace gown for rent, size 4-6. Please call 845-6080009. CREAM/BLUSH DRESS for sister of bride or for Tnoyim. Size 0. Call 845-3522640. 2 SIZE 8-10 DESIGNER (Carmen Marc Volvo & David Meister - Nordstrom) Black Wool ladies dresses for sale. New with labels attached. Please call (845) 596-9996. LONG WEDDING GOWN blush colored gown. Worn once. Si 14/16. Call/text 8455387628 TENOYIM/SISTER OF BRIDE dress size 2 available to rent. Please call 426-7460 WHITE AND GREEN DRESS size 2-4. Please call/text 845269-8649.

SISTER OF BRIDE or kallah vort/ tenoyim. off white and a little cobalt design please text 845 263 4590 MECHTENISTA GOWN Sz 12 845.774 8719 NEW MATERNITY DRESS size ‘’M’’ to sell, for simchas. (845)263-0325 3 SISTER OF BRIDE /Tenoyem dresses size 2-4, 6-8. (845)352-0005 SISTER-OF-THE-BRIDE Adult size 4-6. Blush Lt Pink $250/$500 (845) 352-1650. SIZE 4 GOWN Worn once. call 845 425 1430

HELP WANTED BUSY LOCAL BUSINESS seeking bookkeeper for immediate hire. Full or

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THE EVEREST EQUITY COMPANY, INC. is looking to hire a full time loan officer assistant / mortgage processor. Must be an organized self-starter, detail oriented, adept at problem solving and able to handle a heavy workload. Willing to train the right individual, basic computer proficiency a must. Qualified applicants, please send your resume to saram@ everestequity.com or fax to 845-230-8682. HEIMISHE SPRING VALLEY OFFICE looking for a girl to fill full-time secretary position. Applicant should be efficient, detail oriented and able to multi-task. Basic computer and good phone skills a must. Must be fluent in Yiddish and English. Knowledge of graphics or InDesign a plus. Good environment and great pay. Email your resume to joboffer9114@gmail.com OFFICE SUBSTITUTES Seeking ladies or girls who are available to sub in our school office for short or long term. 845-352-7100 ext. 113 ACCOUNTING OFFICE looking for a female worker with full knowledge in QuickBooks. Full Time position. monseyjobs1@ gmail.com

OFFICE MANAGER Safeside insurance is looking for an office manager ,Past Insurance experience a plus. Please email resume hr@ safesideins.com PART TIME OFFICE JOB in Chestnut Ridge. Basic computer skills and Quick Book knowledge required. email resume to: Reinys10@ gmail.com Fax:845-738-1012 SELF-DRIVEN hard-working devoted person great communication skills (male preferred) for coordinating like position gr8 opportunity unbeatablewholesale@gmail. com GREAT OPPORTUNITY!

A company 25 minutes from monsey is looking to hire a f/t female secretary with bookkeeping experience for long term employment. Candidate to have own transportation. Please email resume to hr@ superiorpackgroup.com IS THIS FOR YOU? If you would enjoy communicating, multitasking, and making a difference within a fastpaced and friendly office environment, this position may be perfect for you! Full-time administrative coordinator needed in a local, frum office. Skills required are the ability to quickly learn and apply new concepts,


pay attention to details, and communicate with clients in a clear and friendly manner. Give your career a chance to utilize the best in yourself. Please contact yehudah@ markhertzco.com, serious inquiries only. SLEEP TIGHT BEDDING Is Looking To Hire In Our Monsey Store located in the Atrium Plaza, Must Be Personable; Basic Computer Skills; Professional Phone Manors. Hours; Sunday 11:30 – 6:30 Mon Tue Thu 11 – 6 Wed 11 -8. Leave A Message @ 347578-2113 And Send Resume To Sleeptightjoboffer@Gmail. Com MANAGEMENT POSITION A real estate management company located 15 minutes from Monsey, is seeking a self motivated, and detail oriented female with

problem solving skills for a full time office position. Good pay, and great potential for growth. Driver’s license a plus. We will reimburse for travel expenses. Email: jobs@ awarealty.com.

SEEKING SECRETARY in heimishe office. Must be computer savvy with good communication skills. Email resume zev@ rosenbauminsurance.com or fax 425-1959.

website updating. Possible work from home. Send resume to hr@cmadc.com.

SOCIAL MEDIA/ MARKETING SPECIALIST CMADC seeks social media expert, part-time, for marketing, outreach and

CALL ROOM RECEPTIONIST CMADC is seeking a girl to work in their call room. Great Customer Svc & Computer skills a must. Route calls

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SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: ARS HIRINGenthusiastic Yiddish speaking Teacher’s NOW: Assistant to work in the classroom. Prior experience a plus. Please

Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘frien The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age fax your resume to mschik@hamaspikrockland.org or fax to 845-503-1209. ) or post-seminary girls to work with our young a high functioning teenager every day between 3 a • 6:00-9:00 Exciting Comm-Hab Opportunity!! Looking for a girl or woman to work with a sweet young lady with lt students p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a pm. Flexible about schedule. special needs for a few hours during the week, early evenings and Sunday afternoons.Flexible hours. Great Looking for a male worker to help a young man k, as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic pay! (Pay is not through an agency). Must drive. Please call 845-503-0240 or email Tmermelstein@ vities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment a slight physical disability every morning from 6 hamaspikrockland.org. gratifying work as you positively impact lives— and evenings from 6-9PM. • Looking for male/female PARA Professionals to work for our ABA department in the late afternoon hours. s, great pay! Driver’s license required. Looking for a female worker to accompa Great Pay. Please email or fax your resume. Email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org. Fax: 845-503-1239. physically disabled young girl every Sunday to a th more information, please call 845-746-7254. appointment in Brooklyn. • Looking for woman/girl to teach basic computer knowledge to young ladies with high capabilities. Call Esty LS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY: Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to work Schonfeld 845-425-5011 or email eschonfeld@hamaspik.org Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a erence. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: disabled young woman. Former camp simcha • .3:30 ‫ ביז‬11:00 ‫סקול פראגראם זוכט פעאיגע געשמאקע יונגעלייט צו ארבעטן מיט קינדערלעך יעדן זונטאג פון‬-‫ המספיק עפטער‬ counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly every y Schonfeld 845-425-3043 ‫ ביטע רופט‬.‫ גאר א געשמאקע אטמאספערע און מלא סיפוק‬,‫גוט באצאלט‬ Looking for an experienced mature woman to as 45-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org new mother with newborn care and light houseke NDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: / THEout MONSEY VIEWboy / 145 from Looking forNovember a girl 1,to2017take a young www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484 amaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon


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service skills. Serious inquiries please call 535-1614.

SEEKING WOMEN to form exercise class in Brewer area 2x a week. 862 505 9546

MALE AIDE NEEDED for special needs classroom. .Full time position jobresumes613@gmail.com . Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119

SEEKING LAYOUT DESIGNER for a grammar workbook. Please call 845 426 1049.

adult with developmental disabilities. Part-time, mornings 8am-1pm or afternoons 2-6pm. PATIENT INFORMATION/ TAXI SERVICE CMADC seeks friendly individual for patient Information desk. Responsibilities include: Greet patients, coordinate taxi svc, mail distribution, and registration. Great salary. Send resume to hr@ cmadc.com LOOKING TO HIRE intelligent, responsible Individual. Detail oriented and great communication skills. Prior office experience a plus. Please email resume to hiring10952@gmail.com ACCOUNTANT/JR Monsey Office, To Be Trained In Brooklyn, Great Opportunity! Experience With Excel A Must, Quickbooks A Plus. Email Resume: Jobopening966@ Gmail.Com OFFICE POSITION Challenging position of Executive Assistant is available for a qualified and bright candidate. 2 positions open for the right individual. Full Time Only. Please email resume to monseyjobs270@ gmail.com

WAREHOUSE JOB Looking to hire a responsible person for a full time warehouse job, must have drivers licence with good record. (845)800-3573 WEB DEVELOPMENT POSITION Requires experience in HTML, CSS, JavaSript, PHP & SQL. jobs@iconstudiosny.com DRIVER WANTED Take child to playgroup from Main St. Area to W. Central 9:00 am and the way back 3:00 pm. careful driver and punctual. Please call after 2:30 pm 587-3774. PLAYGROUP IN CHESTNUT RIDGE is looking for a driver for 2 routes a day pls call 845 587 8370 EXPERIENCED PERSON to edit footage and create professional video for a camp. Please call 914-329-5083. EXPERIENCED ILLUSTRATOR for one time job who does computerized art. Email portfolio to 3564988@gmail. com. or call 659 5649 ‫געווארען עוועליבעל‬ ‫ שיין‬.‫א פלאץ אין סופרים צימער‬ ‫ אויך מעגליך צוצושטעלן‬.‫ליכטיג‬

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PROFESSIONAL EDITOR Photographer looking for an experienced Editor, excellent pay! Call or text Dassy: 845533-2815 DRIVER WANTED A local Monsey company is looking to hire a responsible driver to make residential deliveries. Please email residentdelivery613@gmail. com or 845-237-2793. SALES POSITION Looking for in-house saleswomen to join a growing business with lots of potential. Salary plus commission. Email your resume and information to: salesjob10977@gmail.com DRIVER Sunday- Friday in the mornings from Monsey to Washington Heights at 8:00 AM and back to Monsey at 4:40 PM. Please call 845-659-7367 or email elementaryoffice@yrsrh.org MAJESTIC BRIDE has a position available for long term subbing/possible permanent, to assist in sales. Must be a people’s person and understand fashion. Full time or p.m. hours. 4 days a week. Sunday a must. Fax resume to 845.352.3743 DELI IN MONSEY looking for a responsible worker for night hours. experience in the food industry and customer

‫בויט אויף אייער זוהן’ס סעלף‬ !‫עסטים‬ ‫א לאנג יעריגע ערפארענע מחנך‬ /‫וועט לערנען מיט אייער יונגל‬ ‫בחור און אויפבויען זיין סעלף‬ ‫ ריפט‬.‫עסטים און קאנפידענס‬ 845-208-5630 MALE SPECIAL EDUCATION Teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. New York State Certification required. We are seeking a highly qualified teacher to join our dedicated team. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail.com MENTORS/TUTOR Slots available for mentors/ tutors in boy’s Yeshiva. Please call (845) 354-3805 or email mkagan@baishachinuch.org TEACHER NEEDED Boys Yeshiva seeks middle school teacher. Experience preferred. Send resume to yoppen@baishachinuch.org or fax (845)354-3806 HS ENGLISH TEACHER to teach English Language Arts. Well Paid. Please call 845.517.9721. LOOKING FOR female to assist a middleaged woman with cooking and some personal care needs 3 times a week, early afternoon. Driving preferred. Please call 845-503-0814 BOYS CHEDER SEEKING Title 1 teachers who have experience with Common Core Math as well as multisensory approaches such as Slingerland and Making Math Real. MondayThursday variable hours


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// help wanted // babysitting // service Starting July 1st 845.362.2599 or 845.499.6473. BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016. HAVING A SIMCHA IN MONSEY? Want to leave your baby in warm caring atmosphere. Call to book. 845-352-0619 BABYSITTING Airmont/Chestnut Ridge area. Your baby will have lots of fun and attention. 426.3283 BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit daytime and night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272 WARM HEIMISHE BABYSITTER currently accepting overnights and weeklies. Loads of toys and undivided attention. 845-263-4529

between 1:00pm and 5:30pm. Please email rshurin@ baismikroh.org BAS MIKROH GIRLS’ SCHOOL is seeking a shadow for a first grade student. Please email your resume to office@ basmikroh.org AFTERNOON BABYSITTER to watch 3 kids in my house (in Kiryas Radin) from 3:00 to 5:20. Call 845-321-0641. AFTERNOON HELP Looking for graduate to help with kids and light household help: 845-423-9450 LOOKING FOR A BABYSITTER with a toddler in my home. Monsey Blvd area. Monday

thru Thursday 12:30-5. Please call: 845-500-5049 LOOKING FOR A BABYSITTER in my house. From 8:45AM9:45AM in Dr. Frank area. Good pay. 845-587-1070

BABYSITTING PLAY GROUP Teacher Chaya is now reopening her play group with extended hours 9-4:30. Ages 20-24 month. Herrick area. 8455175808 EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER Babysitting group on West Side Avenue, private park, big playroom, a few more slots available. Ages 18-24 months.

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SERVICES TO VOLUNTEER to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-3521016 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula REFLEXOLOGY AND CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY Ease physical and emotional stress with reflexology and craniosacral therapy. Certified. In your home or mine. H. Baum 347-460-1512

REFLEXOLOGY Relaxes and relieves stress, helps with insomnia, prenatal discomfort and pain management. Tamar Spiro 845.352.6496 or 845.538.6782 MAKE A DIFFERENCE Do you believe that you can earn a significant income? Do you believe that the world needs a little more health and wealth in it these days? Do you want to help make a difference? I believe in inspiring people to do the things that inspire them so together we can create health and wealth in the world. But I can’t do this alone! Are you looking at improving your current financial situation? Do you enjoy helping people? If so, I might want to meet you! Mrs. F. Katz 845-5703565 MASTER PROGRAM Are you a student of Dina Friedman and want to continue growing? Personally trained by Dina as a Mastery Coach plus a Demartini Method Facilitator, I’m ready to help empower you to take your life to the next level. Book your session today and watch your life transform! Chany Felberbaum 8453524875 SHAIMOS PICK-UP We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845461-3084 PROFESSIONAL EAR PIERCING At the convenience of your own home. C. Fischer 5792288 ALTERATIONS Leave it to the professionals! Located in the Rt. 306 Area call:845-521-8374 PROFESSIONAL BOOKKEEPING Do you need help with your bookkeeping? Reasonable


es // odds & ends Rates. Call 845-422-2794 or email bookkeeping@ platinumbsg.com ADDRESSING ENVELOPES Amazing prices, call for quote, mention ad for a discount. Printing can be done immediately. Call 845-445-7422 or e-mail printingaddresses@gmail. com ALTERATIONS Have your mendings done the right way. Alterations in Blueberry Hill area. 929.287.2135 or 845.426.0535 NEED FORMULA Looking for someone who has extra Infamil dairy formula L’shem Mitzva. Please call 426-3135. COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667 ‫מיין פלאץ‬ A therapeutic play space for boys- art, gymnastics, music, woodwork, tutoring & more. For more info please call us at (845) 520-5445 PEARL RESTRINGING

Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467

MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 TEHILLIM Harness the power of tehillim today! A Yid will say tehillim on your behalf. Call/ text 8452006378 TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319 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 DANCE IT! New dance classes forming in Airmont. Small group size, no experience necessary. Sunday- girl groups, Wed Ladies groups. Call: 917 975 1735 MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm

GUITAR LESSONS Experienced instructor will teach women and girls how to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 845-356-1113 DRUM LESSONS start enjoying your drums {speak yiddish & English} #1 prices fast results. call:845596-3791 HAIR AND SHEITEL SPECIALIST Professional hairstyles and cuts for all occasions. Wash and sets. Free deep conditioning! Pick up and delivery, $25. 845-578-1936 HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. Call for appointment. 845352-0619. HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES for all occasions-Main St area. Call Esty for great prices at 845-356-0767

ODDS AND ENDS JEWISH YOUNG COUPLE looking to adopt baby/young child. Text/call 347-461-1914 COAT RACKS WANTED Lshem Mitzva for a school uniform Gmach. 845 222 1305 LIT A LICHT for R’ Menachem Mendel ben Yosef riminov and R’ Chaim Zanvel ben Moshe for 40 days and saw yeshuos LIFE-CHANGING CONFERENCE Life-changing Innate Health Conference, Minutes from GWBridge. Nov. 12-14. Menuchas Hanefesh, shalom bayis, parenting. Info: www. twerskiwellness.com, 845393-1529 SHIUR Mon sept 6 at 8:00 pm At 15 carlton rd back apt. Speaker

ALL INSURANCES ACCEPTED All major credit cards accepted

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Classifieds Mrs Berkowitz for questions call 347-977-6816 LOOKING TO JOIN a Friday night Shir Hashirim group. Pls call 3474150754. TRANSFORM!! Experience a totally new reality! Iyh thurs. @10:00 a.m. 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 6417150709 pin 549732 ref 59

BRIS GEMACH outfit and pillow. Located on Rt. 306 845.352.3013 PIDYON HABEN zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-4261681 845-642-7256

// gemachim // lost & found // free giv shortcut and/or Rockland Kosher. 356-3497

Expired gerber soy formula 929 251 3777

Gold earring with orange stone, first days Succos in the Briarcliff Drive area. 917-8473648”

Power nossle and parts for a Bissel Zing Vacuum cleaner. Model#4122 call 845.213..7472

gold bracelet on Oct. 2 845.274.7380

1 can enfamil formula OUD. 5216365

FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536.”

Lost keys on chol hamoed. Please call 718.415.3885

‫כ׳מעט ניי מענער שבת שיך סייז‬ 347-586- .‫ פאר ווייסע זאקן‬10.5 ‫ לאזט מעזידש‬2082

Cash in evergreen shopping mall. If found please call 8452481303

different crafts-bulk, Prefer it should be used lshem mitzvah 425 3069.

GEMACHIM

ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102.

gold watch first days succos at the stolin mikvah please call 845 422 5919

Three section modern wall unit and treadmill, Please call 845 352 7387

MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031.

MATERNITY COAT GEMACH 100% down maternity coats. Only sizes med and large left. Call/text 845-521-2912 for more info.

FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.

BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com

DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1 MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 for an appointment. BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. ‎ OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. Call early to reserve. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com

SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 MOVING BOXES GEMACH Cardboard Boxes for Moving 845-425-6826 or 845-6087830 Donations of boxes are welcome! GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee).

LOST Gold earring on Wednesday, Oct 18 in the area of Robert Pitt, the Shoppers Haven

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2 Pieces of Jewelry Thursday before Yom Kippur, possible at All Fresh 845.356.3569/709.3743

FOUND 14 kt silver chain Albert area. Call 845 587 1011 bunting,jacket and hat by the Haverstraw Ferry on Chol Hamoed. 845-352-2414 Bike at the R”CH Elul Carnival on Suzanne Drive. Please call 845-425-0633 black ipod on monsey trails bus 10:45 from willi to monsey thursday 10/19/17 please call or text 845-2130334 bag on Francis with mazel tov choc. Key chains cd and 2 ice creams 5 months ago 426-2529 Jewelry in Ateres Chaya Sura. Call 845 596 0160.

FREE GIVEAWAYS side by side wash machine and dryer. Text or Call 845587-5456 2 cans of Similac powder, milk-based infant formula. OU-D. Call 845 426 2434 dining room table good condition 9084203050

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BUILDING COMMUNITIES

Commercial Construction Lending | Commercial Real Estate Lending Multi-Family Lending | Equipment Financing Commercial Term Loans | Lines of Credit CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS:

NEW CITY LENDING CENTER:

SPRING VALLEY BANKING OFFICE:

325 Hamilton Avenue White Plains, NY 10601 Tel: (914) 684-2500

301 North Main Street, Suite 5 New City, NY 10956 Tel: (845) 634-7200 Gregory Monteith, EVP Raymond Francis, VP

72 West Eckerson Road Spring Valley, NY 10956 Tel: (845) 356-5300

Spring Valley branch lobby hours: Mon-Fri 9 AM-5 PM • Saturday 9 AM-1 PM • Sunday 10 AM-1 PM

necb.com

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‫לבית המדרש החדש והמפואר קהלת יעקב פאפא מאנסי‬

‫דמו"ר מפאפא‬

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‫הכנסת ספר תורה שנכתבה ע"י הגה"צ רב פאפא מאנסי‬

‫בראשות האדמ‬

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‫שמחת החתונה לנכד האדמו"ר מבאבוב ‪45‬‬ ‫החתן בן לבנו הרה"ג ר' יוסף אונגער ר"י ישיבה קטנה ד'באבוב ‪45‬‬ ‫הכלה בת אב"ד קלעסאן ונכדת גאב"ד סיגעיט‬

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‫הרה"צ ר' יצחק טווערסקי בן האדמו"ר מסקווירא בכותל המערבי‬

‫מעמד יום עיון ע"י איחוד חינוך מיוחד ד'מאנסי בהשתתפות רבנים ומומחים בעירינו‬

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‫!‪Tuesday‬‬

‫דינסטאג‬ ‫פ' חיי שרה‬ ‫י"ח חשון‬

‫‪NOVEMBER 7‬‬

‫‪JUDGE MICHAEL A. KOPLEN‬‬ ‫‪ROCKLAND SURROGATE COURT‬‬

‫‪THE‬‬ ‫‪ELECT‬‬

‫‪TO‬‬

‫‪COMMITTEE‬‬ ‫‪KOPLEN‬‬

‫אייער‬ ‫שטימע וועט‬ ‫מאכן דעם‬ ‫דיפערענץ‬ ‫לדורות!‬

‫‪JUDGE‬‬

‫סענסיטיוו‬ ‫צו אלעמען‬

‫‪ROCKLAND‬‬ ‫‪SURROGATE‬‬ ‫‪COURT‬‬

‫‪BY‬‬

‫וואס קומט חלילה אן אין געריכט‬

‫‪JUDGE‬‬ ‫‪MICHAEL‬‬ ‫‪KOPLEN‬‬

‫‪FOR‬‬

‫ירושה‬ ‫דארף מען א‬ ‫יושר'דיגע‬ ‫ריכטער‬ ‫וואס איז‬

‫פאר‬

‫‪PAID‬‬

‫ווען עס קומט צו‬ ‫אומפארטיילטע‬

‫שטימט‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫חיי שרה‬


‫כתיבת האותיות בספר תורה שנכתב ע"י הנגיד ר' יעקב יוסף לעפקאוויטש‬

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PAID FOR BY THE COMMITTEE TO ELECT JUDGE

"I RUN MY COURT WITH ONE PRINCIPLE: EVERYONE REGARDLESS OF RACE, RELIGION, ECONOMIC STATUS OR POLITICAL STANDING IS TREATED EQUALLY AND FAIRLY UNDER THE LAW."

KOPLEN

JUDGE MICHAEL KOPLEN

Tuesday!

NOVEMBER 7

JUDGE MICHAEL A. KOPLEN ROCKLAND SURROGATE COURT

‫דינסטאג‬ ‫פ' חיי שרה‬ ‫י"ח חשון‬


‫בר מצוה של נין הראשונה להאדמו"רים מויזניץ וסקווירא‬

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‫‪ PHOTOS BY JDN‬צילום אבי ס‪.‬‬

‫האדמ"ר מראחמיסטריווקא במאנסי לרגל היארצייט של מאור עינים בבית הנגיד ר' חיים ראזמאן‬


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‫ארויס‬ ‫יט‬

‫גי‬

‫ען‬ ‫מ‬

11.7.17

‫קענען מיר‬ ‫זיך דאס‬ ?‫ערלויבן‬

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‫אם‬

‫א‬

‫וויפיל‬ ‫שלאפלאזע‬ ‫נעכט‬ ‫גע‬

‫דעק ט‬

‫דו‬

‫ינ שו ר‬

‫פ ו לק‬

‫ע נס‬

‫פר‬

‫י י פ ו ן אפצ‬

‫אל‬

‫רך‬

‫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!‬

‫שנות‬

‫חיים‬ ‫‪SHNOIS‬‬ ‫‪CHAIM‬‬

‫‪H A M A S P I K‬‬

‫גייסטרייכע לעבעדיגע‬ ‫שיעורי תורה מיט לחיים‪,‬‬ ‫קאווע און לעקאך‬

‫שפאנענדע גאסט‬ ‫רעדנערס אויף עניני‬ ‫דיומא און ציענדע נושאים‬

‫נארהאפטיגע פרישע‬ ‫ווארעמע מאלצייטן‬ ‫סערווירט‬

‫טעגליכע מנין‬ ‫מנחה‬

‫חילוץ עצמות –‬ ‫דערפרישנדע איבונגען‬ ‫סעסיעס מיט געשמאק‬

‫און נאך אסאך!‬

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‫‪P R O J E C T‬‬

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‫טראנספארטאציע‬ ‫צוגעשטעלט‬ ‫אין פראכטפולן "המספיק‬ ‫טערעס" זאל‪ 85 ,‬רוט ‪95‬‬

‫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. . .‬‬

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Open House & Registration

Adult Computer Courses In our continuing effort to help with Parnosoh, Tomche Shabbos provides classes free of charge* to Rockland County residents. *Based upon financial need. Students pay for books / materials

Classes are now forming. All information including dates and times will be available at the Open House. You must attend the Open House to enroll in these courses.

Open House, Orientation, and Registration November 6, 2017 at 8:00 P.M. Yeshiva of Spring Valley Girls Building (Auditorium) 142 Grandview Avenue FE AT URI N G Introductory Computer Skills & Introduction to Microsoft Word QuickBooks & Business Concepts Microsoft Excel Partners in Parnosoh – A project of Tomche Shabbos of Rockland County

Tomche Shabbos of Rockland County

In Memory of Chaim Munzer z�l

,ca hfnu, hybte sbketr's hcm ktuna 'r ic ohhj 'r b"zk


attention all high school girls

Join us

for a fabulous, fun and inspirational evening

monday night november 6, 2017 8:30 pm at congregation knesses yisrael Rabbi schabes' shul 698 Union Road

Spread the word Spreadthe power Sisters in speech

musical video presentation light refreshments & more

a division of The Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation

For more info email sistersinspeech@cchfusa.org or call 732-606-6730

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