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FREE ISSUE 135 FEBRUARY 7, 2018

‫פרשת משפטים‬ ‫כ"ב שבט תשע”ח‬

ON THE ART OF BEING A BUBBY GRANDPARENTS AND BOUNDARIES

THE TORCH-BEARING BUBBY

WELCOME TO BUBBYHOOD

MUST-HAVE GEAR FOR HOSTING GRANDKIDS

Chani Juravel offers insight

Grandmothers discuss their unique role

The grandmother’s role in passing on mesorah


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Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 135 FEBRUARY 7, 2018

‫פרשת משפטים‬ ‫כ"ב שבט תשע”ח‬

ON THE ART OF BEING A BUBBY GRANDPARENTS AND BOUNDARIES

THE TORCH-BEARING BUBBY

WELCOME TO BUBBYHOOD

MUST-HAVE GEAR FOR HOSTING GRANDKIDS

Chani Juravel offers insight

60 //

Inbox

70 //

The Inside Edition

76 //

Parsha

80 //

Styled to Perfection

88 //

Stories from the Podium

94 //

Week in Review

99 //

Food

108 //

Gear for the Grandkids

116 //

The Crown of Our Family

122 //

Bubby

130 //

Bubbies’ Perspective

137 //

Of Bubbies and Boundaries

142 //

Tax Reform

146 //

Making it Work

150 //

FYI

167 //

Comics

164 //

Fun Pages

168 //

Expanding Communities

172 //

Classifieds

184 //

Pictures

The grandmother’s role in passing on mesorah

Grandmothers discuss their unique role

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

D. GORALNIK Content Director:

R. REESE Associate Editor:

E.M. NEIMAN Creative Director:

AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator

R. ITZKOWITZ

THE MONSEY VIEW P.O. Box 305 Monsey N.Y. 10952

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FAX: 845-600-8483

E-MAIL: ads@themonseyview.com

WEBSITE: www.themonseyview.com

MISSION STATEMENT: The Monsey View is a weekly publication designed for every segment and age group of our diverse community. Under rabbinical guidance, we bring Monsey’s top talent together to provide high-quality, informative and current reading material, keeping you up to date on sales, events, news and issues of concern and import happening right now in the Monsey community. DISCLAIMER: We do not endorse any ad found in this publication. We are not responsible for typographical or grammatical errors. Copyright: All content found in The Monsey View is copyright and may not be reproduced, published, distributed or duplicated for public or private use without written permission from The Monsey View.

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Dear Editor, There are a lot of Siennas, specifically models between the years 2004 and 2011, that have an issue with the spare tire falling off the bottom of the car without you realizing it (which is a danger in itself if it happens while you’re driving), which means that if you have a flat on the road, you won’t have it when you need it. You can call Toyota at 800-331-4331 to find out if your car has this issue (or other ones including a failing safety lock, which prevents going out of park without pressing the break). If they see your car has either of these issues, they will fix it for free M.S.

RE: PROTECTING THE ULTIMATE PROTECTION OF YOUR HOME (ISSUE #134) Thank you for the most informative article about the importance of taking appropriate care of one’s mezuzos. Being that we live in a community that strives to fulfill mitzvos b’hudar, there is a need for transparency in this area. There is a certain level of certification that is necessary for one to be qualified to check a mezuzah. Just because someone is a certified sofer doesn’t necessarily mean he is a certified magiah (proofreader/checker). This is for a number of reasons, one being that the level of expertise needed to check every one of the 713 letters and more than 300 tagin (crowns) is greater than the knowledge that is needed to write them. This is because a proofreader is required to identify problems in a sofer’s handwriting that even the sofer himself may not be aware of. In addition, even if someone was once certified to proofread doesn’t mean that his certification is still valid. Certifications need to be renewed from time to time. This is to ensure that the proofreader constantly reviews the halachos and stays on top of his game. If the one who is checking your mezuzah is not currently certified to check it, it would be advisable to find someone who does have an active certification. Anonymous

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RE: THE CHIMES OF RECESS TIME (ISSUE #132) This is probably embarrassing, but I remember how we continued the rhyme in the “In Came the Teacher” jingle: “George Washington never said a lie, he ran around the corner and stole the cherry pie…” Does anyone remember that? Or was it just my neighborhood friends? What happened to “Once I had a candy store”? That was so much fun. “Take a match and give a scratch and no more candy store!” Good times… And what about “On a mountain stands a lady, who she is I do not know, all she wants is gold and silver, all she deserves is a punch in the nose”? Okay, this did not teach the best lesson, but it was recited religiously while jumping rope, I recall. Thanks so much for bringing up these long-forgotten memories. They make me want to pull out a jump rope! Keep up the amazing work! A Monsey View Fan

RE: IN SEARCH OF A CURE (ISSUE #131) In response to the one “desperate for relief,” people have used medication before without seeing great results. Personally, my own child who had tics took medication, and it got worse from one day to another. I was going from one doctor to another doctor, and I wasn’t getting helped; they were just adding more and more pills. This was very sad for my child, and I was tired from going from one doctor to the next. Finally, I read about homeopathy, and after visiting a specialty homeopathic doctor, we found that this was an autoimmune disease, and my child is now completely healed from tics. Homeopathy supports health and wellness (incidentally, as does probiotics), and I thank Hashem for this solution. Once Desperate for Relief

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BIG NEWS! My husband has officially joined the Nutrition by Tanya team! For months Tanya has been encouraging me to bring my husband on board. As you know from past articles, my husband has always been a careful, disciplined eater. He has a tremendous amount of nutrition knowledge, and most importantly, is warm and encouraging — all the elements necessary to be a great nutrition counselor. So finally, after dropping enough suggestions (nagging?), my husband agreed to train in as a nutrition counselor, but with one condition: He doesn’t want me as his boss. Smart man. We agreed to his condition, and he is now seeing clients in the Boro Park location once a week! My poor children better watch their backs because our house is about to become twice as healthy! In fact, I recently encouraged one of my twins to eat his chicken “because it’s healthy,” and his response was, “Mom, we’re not your clients!” There have been a few other changes here at Nutrition by Tanya, so while I’m providing this newscast, allow me to update you. First, our cookies are under a new hechscher. Beginning this week you will find our cookies under the highly regarded Tarnipol hechsher to accommodate all of our clients. You will also notice that the TAP cookies are slightly smaller. This is also to accommodate more of our clients. Previously, some clients were only allowed half a cookie on their original plan. As you know, eating half a cookie is a nearly impossible feat, so the smaller cookie will allow more clients to eat a full cookie. If you were allowed a full cookie on your original plan, check with your nutrition counselor, as you may now be alloted two TAP cookies as a complete breakfast. Along with the smaller size, you will notice that the cookies will also cost slightly less.

In other news, beginning February 1, our tenth location will open its doors. This location will be on the Upper West Side and will accommodate both people living in New York City, as well as commuters. Tanya, Alice and I will all be working in that location — we keep saying we need to add at least another day or two to the week! The timing of this location’s

I recently encouraged one of my twins to eat his chicken “because it’s healthy,” and his response was, “Mom, we’re not your clients!” grand opening coincides almost exactly with Monroe’s one-year anniversary, and the Monsey location’s two-year anniversary… There must be something about February! In fact, we will be having our grand anniversary celebration on February 14, and we would love for you to join us. Just call 844-TANYA DIET to RSVP. So now you are up to date with the happenings in our office. If you happen to be in Boro Park on a Monday night, please stop into the Boro Park office and send my husband regards! Basya Kovacs is a nutrition counselor at Nutrition by Tanya and is the manager of the Monsey and Monroe locations. Nutrition by Tanya offers personalized and practical weight management and nutrition counseling for men, women and children. Nutrition by Tanya has locations in Boro Park, Flatbush, Williamsburg, Monsey, Lakewood, Crown Heights, Five Towns, Upper West Side and Monroe. The office can be reached at 844-TANYA-DIET.


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“GOOD SHABBOS, MR. WEINSTEIN! I brought a bottle of wine for Kiddush,” Dan Jacobs said. “Come, join us inside,” replied Yaakov Weinstein. “We were just about to start singing.” “Shalom Aleichem?” asked Dan. “I love that part!” “Great, then you’re just in time.” Yaakov smiled. “Come, take your usual seat.” “Thank you. Wow, the table looks amazing! Mrs. Weinstein, you outdid yourself again,” praised Dan. “Oh, it’s the guest who makes the table shine,” answered Mrs. Weinstein with a smile. Yaakov called in the children and the seudah began. The evening proceeded as it had the week before, and the month before, and the year before. Dan listened to Kiddush and answered amein. He followed the family into the kitchen and washed. He smiled as Mr. and Mrs. Weinstein laughed with their children. And at the end of the meal, Dan gladly accepted a translated bentcher, and he bentched along with the Weinsteins, albeit in English. Dan loved the Weinstein family’s Shabbos table, and they loved hosting him. Things might have continued this way forever had Rabbi Beck not spoken up the next morning, following Shacharis. “Yaakov, do you have a minute?” “Sure, Rabbi, all the time in the world,” said Yaakov. “How is it was working out with Dan Jacobs, the young man you host for Shabbos meals. Is he still coming to you?” asked Rabbi Beck. “Oh, he certainly is. He really adds so much to our Shabbos table.” “Well, I was hoping he would become a bit more… involved. Have you suggested that he attend my classes, or that he perhaps come a bit earlier and join you for davening?” inquired Rabbi Beck. “I suggest it often, but Dan doesn’t seem interested. At least he’s somewhat interested in Shabbos — I mean, he eats by us every week,” offered Yaakov. “Yes, that’s what I wanted to talk to you about. I was thinking that perhaps you might consider making some changes to the way you conduct your Shabbos seudos.” Yaakov looked confused. “Why, did Dan complain about anything? He seemed perfectly content last night…” “That’s precisely the problem, Yaakov. He’s perfectly

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content. Too content. This week’s parsha discusses the eved ivri — the Jewish slave. The slave is required to work for six years, and then go free in the seventh year. However, he may choose to remain in servitude. If he does choose to remain, then the master must bring him to the doorpost and bore his ear with an awl. After that, the slave remains enslaved — by his own choosing!” explained Rabbi Beck. “I always found that to be strange,” replied Yaakov. “Who would anyone choose to remain a servant?” “Well, a person shouldn’t want to remain in servitude. That’s one of the reasons why he has his ear bored at the doorpost. The Gemara in Kiddushin 22b explains that the doorposts in Mitzrayim were witnesses when Hashem passed over and proclaimed that the Bnei Yisrael are His servants. If a man chooses to serve a human master, then his ear that had heard that we are to serve only Hashem is bored, as a kind of punishment.” “Okay, but what is the connection to Dan?” asked Yaakov. “Well, R’ Yisrael Salanter asked another question on this. Why does the master have to bore the hole in the slave’s ear? It appears that the master is being punished as well. R’ Yisrael Salanter explains that the master is held accountable because he conducted his home in such a way that the slave was content to remain a slave. The atmosphere of the home should inspire people to want to grow and become more than they are, rather than remaining in a secondary position.” As the connection dawned on Yaakov, he responded, “I see. Dan has not been inspired to be more than a guest at our table. What can I do differently to inspire Dan to want to continue growing? And my own children, too — I don’t want them to settle for less than their full potential either.” “Tell me, do you give a dvar Torah at the table?” asked Rabbi Beck. Yaakov’s faced reddened. “Well, I really want to, but I don’t know what to say at the table…” he confessed. “There’s no need to feel embarrassed — this is very common. Here are a few books with divrei Torah on the parsha that were written especially to be told over at the Shabbos table.” “Thank you so much, Rabbi Beck,” said Yaakov, “in more ways than one.”


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Listening to this woman’s story, I was very touched, yet I wondered if it would be best if she would simply buy new dishes altogether and circumvent the kashering of her entire kitchen. “Is money an issue?” I asked. “Well...” She hesitated. “I just left my job recently, and so, yes, money is an issue.” As soon as I heard that, I knew what I wanted to do. “I’ll tell you what. Why don’t you come to my house tomorrow, and we’ll see what we can do. Let me look at what you need and see how I can help.” The next day she was at my house, ready to get down to business. As I began talking to her and learning more about her past and current experiences, I felt that it would be best for her to start her new phase of Jewish life with new sets of dishes. “Let’s go shopping,” I told her. As I said this, my mind immediately began to race. Which store to choose? The most expensive houseware store in Boro Park was just down the street from my house, while the less expensive stores were a distance away. At the moment, I was exhausted from cleaning and preparing my house for Pesach, and I wondered if I had the strength to make it to any of the cheaper stores miles away. “Hashem,” I said, “You are the One Who comes with me to the Bergament Outlet store, Albert & Sons, and National Wholesale Liquidators; I guess You can come with me to the expensive store on 14th Avenue and make everything work out. You know exactly how much money I don’t have, how much time I don’t have and how much


strength I don’t have. I need Your help now. Please.” And with wait. My sister and brother-in-law helped her find another bus that, I took my credit card and headed off to the more expen- that would take her to Monsey, and with that, off she went. sive store. “After this incident,” my daughter-in-law told me, “my sisAs we arrived, the woman and I grabbed a cart and began ter called me and told me to give you the name of this woman walking up and down the aisles, looking for anything and ev- who planned on converting. She figured that considering the erything she needed. The cart began filling up, little by little, kiruv work you do, you would be able to help her get acclimated until I was approached by someone in the store when the to the Jewish way of life and be a perfect mentor and source of support. But I told her that you were marrying off a baalas woman I was helping was in the next aisle. “Excuse me,” she said, “but it seems like the two of you don’t teshuvah in just a few days and that Pesach was just around the belong together. Is money an issue? Can I help you in some corner. You couldn’t handle more, and I didn’t want to put you under more pressure. So I kept her phone number with me way?” “Well,” I said, “this woman with me just became Jewish a and didn’t give it to you.” As my daughter-in-law relayed this other half of the story, week ago, and I am trying to help her get settled and situated. everything fit together. It was almost as if the Red Sea was Money, though, is an issue.” The woman who had just approached me spared no time in splitting before my eyes. That same woman who my daughtergetting to her point. “My mother just passed away two weeks in-law felt would be too much for me to handle found me herago and left an entire brand-new set of pots and pans. You’re self. She was the woman I had taken shopping. But my daughter-in-law was right; how would I be able to take on yet another welcome to take them. It would be my pleasure.” After hearing that, we put back nearly everything we had responsibility during the most hectic time of year? Where grabbed off the shelves and walked out of the store with just would I find the strength to do it all? Remember my own words? “Hasha few items. Neither of us had been exem, You are the One Who comes with pecting that, but Hashem had accom“Hashem, You are the One me to the Bergament Outlet store, Alpanied us while shopping. bert & Sons, and National Wholesale But that’s not the entire story. who comes with me to the Liquidators; I guess You can come with When I arrived home, I relayed me to the expensive store on 14th Avwhat had happened to my family. Bergament and National enue and make everything work out... “Ma,” my daughter-in-law immeWholesale Liquidators... I need Your help now. Please.” diately said, “did I tell you what hapWhen Hashem is at your side, evpened a week ago, right before the baaYou can come with me erything is possible. Literally. It is not las teshuvah’s wedding? My sister and to the expensive store on coincidental that the word for will (‫)רצון‬ her husband were driving down 49th shares the same letters as the word for Street when, all of a sudden, they no14th Avenue and make pipe or conduit (‫)צנור‬. If you have a ticed a woman crying at the bus stop. strong enough will to help another perWorrying that something serious had everything work out... son, Hashem will see to it that you behappened, they got out of the car and come a conduit and a channel for that asked if they could help. ‘I missed the bus,’ the woman said between her tears, ‘I missed the Monsey help to be provided. All we must do is make Hashem a part of our life. When we are constantly living with Hashem, and bus.’ “‘That’s okay,’ my sister told her. ‘Come with us, and we’ll He accompanies us to carpool to pick up the kids and on our try to catch the bus for you.’ They drove her several miles, but shopping spree to buy new dishes, miracles can happen. And without question, those little miracles warm your heart and the bus was nowhere in sight. “The woman remained looking unnerved and worried. the hearts of so many others. When you exert that last ounce of effort you just barely have, don’t be surprised when you’re ‘What’s your story?’ my sister asked. “‘I have an appointment today,’ the woman explained. ‘I am helped by Hashem and a beautiful story comes together. supposed to convert today with the beis din and I missed the bus. 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TROUT ROSES Yield: 9 medium roses This recipe is a real cheat. It presents beautifully and tastes wonderful. No one has to know how easy they are to make.

INGREDIENTS: 1½ pounds skinless turbot fillet or fish of your choice ½ tsp. salt 4 T. tomato paste 1 T. oil 2 T. honey 2 T. lemon juice ½ onion, grated Dash of black pepper

DIRECTIONS: 1. Combine all ingredients, except fish, in a gallon-size Ziploc bag. 2. Slice fish lengthwise into long narrow strips. (Varying the width/length of the strips will result in differently sized roses.) 3. Place the fish into the Ziploc bag and shake to coat all the strips. 4. Working with one strip at a time, roll up jelly-roll style and place into paper-lined muffin tins. Cover with plastic and refrigerate until ready to bake. 5. Bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes on 400°. Tip: Use disposable tins for easier removal after baking.

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SALMON WONTONS Yield: 15 Wontons Wonton dough is what I use when I want to upgrade a simple dish to something a bit more special, without the extra calories of flaky dough. The garlic-mayo dip takes the awesome flavor of the fish to the next level.

INGREDIENTS: 1 package Gefen wonton squares

1½ pounds skinless salmon fillet

MARINADE: 1 clove garlic, minced

2 T. olive oil

1 tsp. soy sauce

2 T. brown sugar

¼ cup white wine

½ tsp. salt

Dash of black pepper

DIRECTIONS: 1. Combine marinade ingredients in a large Ziploc bag. 2. Cut salmon into 1½-inch cubes. Place them in the bag and refrigerate for at least one hour (or even overnight). 3. Spread 15 wonton squares over paper-lined cookie sheets. Brush liberally with marinade. Place one fish cube onto each square. 4. Dip 15 other wonton squares into the marinade and place each over a fish cube in the pan. Brush tops of squares with some more marinade and cover with plastic wrap until ready to bake. 5. Bake at 350° for about 15 minutes. Do not overbake; dough should remain soft.

GARLIC-MAYO DIP: ½ cup light mayonnaise 2 T. lemon juice 1–2 garlic cloves, minced ½ tsp. salt ½ tsp. sugar ⅛ tsp. black pepper 1 tsp. dried parsley flakes

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BRAIDED FLAKY NILE PERCH I created this dish because an extra package of flaky dough needed to get out of my freezer (Pesach comes right after Purim, you know…). The result was a winning recipe that’s been gracing our yom tov table since.

INGREDIENTS: 4 T. mayonnaise 2 T. orange juice concentrate 1 T. mustard 1 T. ketchup ½ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. onion powder ⅛ tsp. garlic powder ⅛ tsp. black pepper 2 pounds skinless nile perch fillet (2 large pieces) or fish of your choice 1 15-ounce package flaky dough

DIRECTIONS: 1. Combine first eight ingredients. 2. Coat both sides of fish with a thick layer of this mixture. Place coated fish on a parchment-paper-lined baking sheet. 3. Cut flaky dough in half. Roll each half into a rectangle, large enough to cover the fish. Place one rectangle of dough over each piece of fish. 4. Bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes on 400°. Allow to sit for a few minutes before transferring to a serving platter or cutting into slices. Note: For a festive presentation, after placing dough over fish, you can slit the dough along the sides into 1 inch strips (being careful to cut only through the dough and not the fish), and then braid the strips into a pretty pattern.

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M “Mindy*? Are you available to visit Mrs. Stern?” “Now? I’m about to go shopping with my daughter. She came from out of town, and we planned to spend some time together.” “The visit won’t take long. I’m worried about her. I haven’t been able to reach her in a while.” “Okay, I’ll tell my daughter to take care of other things first. I’ll pick you up soon.” Mindy put down the phone, pensive. She had a full day planned with her daughter, who had come in to visit her. Poor Mrs. Stern had no one to visit her. Mindy and Devorah, two middle-aged women whose children were mostly grown, spent a good portion of their days doing chesed, visiting patients in hospitals and nursing homes, as well as shut-ins, for whom a long and cold winter meant almost no contact with the outside world. Among their other regulars, they had informally adopted Mrs. Stern, a darling widow whose husband passed on many years earlier. Mrs. Stern’s two children lived out of state and visited her only sporadically. Since she was in good health, she wasn’t eligible for an aide or formal assistance from the government. Her children had arranged for her to receive meals from Bikur Cholim twice a week, and some of the neighbors stopped in to see her from time to time. Yet everyone was busy with their own family; it was hard to keep an old, frail neighbor in mind all the time. As the months went by, Mrs. Stern

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rarely had any visitors to relieve the monotony of her days. Mindy picked up Devorah and they drove to Mrs. Stern’s house, which was located toward the end of a busy street inhabited mainly by young families. The small high ranch was dark and neglected, the garbage can was overflowing and it was obvious that no one had taken care of it in a while. They got out of the car and walked to the front door, knocking softly, and then louder. A few minutes went by, and there was no response. They called Mrs. Stern’s home number, and heard the phone ring, multiple times, inside the darkened home. “Perhaps she’s not home,” said Mindy. “We should have called before coming.” “Where could she be? Mrs. Stern never goes anywhere,” Devorah murmured. “Maybe she was taken to the hospital.” “Should we go back home and

If the two women hadn’t come to check on her, the outcome probably would have been very tragic. come another time?” “I think we should try to get in. What if she needs help?” They jiggled the doorknob and found it unlocked. Now frantic, the women opened the door and began shouting for Mrs. Stern. Before long, they heard a feeble voice emanating from a back bed-

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room. The women raced up the stairs and into the frigid home and followed the sound. Mrs. Stern was lying in bed, in the back of the house, semi-conscious and delirious. It was obvious that she had not eaten or drank anything in days. The women called Hatzoloh and quickly dribbled some water into the old woman’s mouth, rubbing her icy fingers and waiting for emergency assistance. Hatzoloh soon rushed the severely dehydrated woman into the hospital. When Mrs. Stern regained consciousness, she explained that she wasn’t feeling well, had been too weak to get out of bed and had no phone nearby to call for help. Thus, she remained trapped in her room for days, unable to eat or drink. If the two women hadn’t come to check on her, the outcome probably would have been very tragic. THIS TRUE STORY, which happened last year in our community on a busy street filled with people, is a stark, yet telling example of the obligation we have to the elderly in our midst. There are so many senior citizens living alone, waiting for someone to stop by to take an interest in their welfare and make sure they are okay. How can we let them languish, day after day, not knowing if they have food, steam or access to medical care? Sometimes the elderly patient is our own grandparent, sitting home, day after day, waiting for a bit of sunshine to brighten their drab day. And that’s when the rules change. When it’s our own grandparents, a single visit once in a while, a hot meal or occasional phone call is only scratching the surface of our obligation. Because it goes much deeper. After all, our treasured grand-

parents are not merely a chesed obligation that warrants our attention along with the rest of our to-do list. In Yiddishkeit, our grandparents are considered the link to our mesorah, the crown of our families. Zaidy and Bubby sacrificed so much to raise our parents, to plant generations, to be there for us when we were young. And now, during their golden years, how can we possibly allow them to languish alone, day after day, waiting for a grandchild to stop by or call? The mere fact that our grandparents are with us, that we can connect with them, is the greatest miracle. A generation or two ago, in the shadow of the Holocaust, having grandparents was a rarity. Fortunate, indeed, was the family who had a Bubby and a Zaidy! Nowadays, baruch Hashem, most families are blessed with grandparents, and even great-grandparents. What a bracha! What a zechus, to sit at the table with our parents’ parents, to hear stories of family lore, to share highlights of our lives and bring them to our simchos! Sometimes, though, familiarity breeds apathy. Life is so busy and hectic; it’s so easy to push off our visits to Zaidy and Bubby for “another day.” One day leads to the next, and soon the months pass without our steady presence. And then, without warning, the treasures we have been taking for granted are no longer available. All we have are our memories and the crushing guilt of “could haves” and “should haves.” Let’s not wait until it’s too late, chalilah. Let’s appreciate our grandparents while they are still with us, while we can spend time with them and show them how much we cherish them. There are so many ways that we can make our grandparents part of our lives, and impart their beautiful mesorah to our children. Here are some examples:


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VISITING DAY Make one day a week “grandparents’ day,” and stop by to visit them, come what may. (Obviously, depending on their health and schedules.) The visit should be regular, carefully planned (make sure children are well fed and rested beforehand) and should have a basic schedule. For example, the boys can show Zaidy what they learned that day, while the girls can share school projects with Bubby, show her family pictures, or perhaps do some crafts.

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PUTTER IN THE KITCHEN If Bubby is in relatively good health and able to cook or bake, invite her to a “girls’ day” in the kitchen, along with her daughters and granddaughters. You can bond over babka dough or the thinnest apple strudel that only Bubby knows how to prepare! Make sure to have your camera handy for priceless memories.

BUBBY MAKEOVER When was the last time you went shopping with Bubby to spruce up her wardrobe? Whether a new tichel, spacious pocketbook to store treats for the einiklach, or comfortable SAS shoes, Bubby deserves to feel cherished and special.

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DAVEN WITH ZAIDY Have the young men and boys in the family accompany Zaidy to his shul on Shabbos, and sit near him, allowing him a few hours of pure, undiluted nachas. After davening, the einiklach can bring Zaidy to one of the children’s homes for a delicious kiddush and some priceless family bonding time.

• Running errands independently • Traffic rules and signs • Time management and following directions • Conversation skills

KNIT WITH BUBBY I have fond memories of sitting on Bubby’s couch on frigid winter nights, as she patiently taught me how to knit and crochet, undoing my mistakes. I still have the black cashmere sweater I knit, under Bubby’s guidance, stowed away in my attic. I can’t bring myself to throw it away as it contains such precious memories. The above are just suggestions; not all of them are doable or practical. But if we keep Zaidy and Bubby in our hearts and minds, and constantly think of ways to make their golden years more special by brightening their lonely days, our children and ourselves will ultimately be the ones who gain.

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WHEN MY MOTHER, a”h, was alive, she was our link to the past and she kept mesorah alive. When she passed away, my siblings and I inherited the obligation and privilege of guiding the younger generations in what’s proper and what behavior should not be condoned, even though they don’t always understand. Once upon a time, not too long ago, when a parent said something, it was accepted without question. I once was researching minhagim and asked a very chashuve rebbetzin why she did something a certain way on her wedding day. Her simple answer floored me: “Veil di mamme hut azoi geheisen.” (“Because my mother told me to.”) No questions, no secondguessing and, of course, no arguments. Today’s conveniences water down a lot of the mesorah we grew up with. Bedikas chometz used to be greeted with anticipation. While the man of the house went to daven Mincha and Maariv, the woman took out the piece of bread she had saved, and ever so carefully, cut it into ten pieces and put them around the house. Those pre-packed, triple-

sealed pieces of bread don’t evoke the same ta’am. Neither do the readyfilled Chanukah oil cups compare to watching Tatty roll his own wicks. According to our mesorah, on Erev Yom Kippur the kaparah is kashered and served at the seudah. Things that may seem mundane are an integral part of our mesorah. Shabbos, with its various minhagim,

despite the plethora of new cookbooks suggesting the contrary, should really be etched in stone: fish at both seudos; chicken soup with noodles and either kneidlach, lima beans or both; chicken with the usual sides of sweet carrots and farfel — to which some add kugel and others liver. I tell my children that even if they do allow the newfangled dips, they still should impress upon their children that those are extras and don’t originally belong on a Shabbos table. Cholent is strictly a Shabbos food, and as such, no one in previous generations would serve it any other day. When there’s a wedding on the horizon, I try to impress upon my progeny the awe and the opportunity that the yom hachuppah represents. The stores are full of seforim, tefillos, techinos and scholarly essays, all geared for the chosson/kallah for their yom hachuppah. I would simply hand my grandchild the same thing that I used the day I got married: a Sefer Tehillim. Makeup, hairdressing and photography do play a part on that important day, but some time should also be allotted for ruchniyus.

Her simple answer floored me: “Veil di mamme hut azoi geheisen.”

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plays a fundamental role in the life of every Yid. Thus, adherence to mesorah shows up first and foremost in regard to Shabbos. A straight challah on Friday night and a braided one on Shabbos morning may seem unimportant; what difference does it make? But yes, this is mesorah. So is the menu, which,


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My children also hear me say that a chosson and kallah during sheva brachos are considered to be like a king and queen. Did you ever see a member of the royal family in an appliance store buying a stereo, or in the bank opening an account? I still cringe when I remember meeting a friend’s young couple — he bedecked in his shtreimel, she in her sheva brachos finery — on the bus from Monsey. I don’t throw money around, but sending them to the city in a car service, to me, is as important a chasunah expense as the flower headbands all the granddaughters wore the previous night. Sometimes, we wonder if all our talk is for nothing. I claim that if we won’t talk, how will they know that “es past nisht” to walk in the street holding a coffee cup or guzzling water straight from the bottle? Can we then blame them for doing what has become acceptable in today’s society? Years ago, even respectable gentiles did not walk out without a hat or overcoat. Whether one is a chassidishe yungerman or a litvishe ben Torah, “es past nist” to walk in the street hat-less. Most of the examples of “es past nisht” are not actual violations of halacha. If they were, there would be nothing to discuss. An excellent explanation of these differences is a famous lesson taught by the Divrei Yechezkel of Shineve, zt”l. He describes two groups of Jews, both shomrei mitzvos. One group gathers on Shabbos afternoon to sing zemiros and praise Hashem. The others go strolling in the park with their wives. There’s nothing inherently wrong halachically, and some may even say that this stroll is their oneg Shabbos. But realistically, there is definitely a wide difference in the avodas Hashem of the two groups, the


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I claim that if we won’t talk, how will they know that “es past nisht” to walk in the street holding a coffee cup or guzzling water straight from the bottle? five-year-old Pinchas. While puttering among my toys, he found a red dreidel, carried it into the sukkah and handed it to his father with a piece of string, with a request to hang it up. It was easier to hang it than to start an argument, and Eluzer intended to remove the dreidel when he finished his work. However, the zman was approaching when he was done, and in his rush to put away all the tools and ladders, he forgot about the dreidel. By the time he realized that the dreidel was still hanging, it was way past shkiah. My sons started a halachic debate as to whether this dreidel was a true noi sukkah and thus muktzah. Here’s where my role as grandmother kicked in. I told them emphatically that even if they would pasken that it may be removed, I didn’t want to dampen the simcha and pride that Pinchas had showing off his contribution to our sukkah. As a prejudiced grandmother, I must admit that it added a special chein to our yom tov. I even preserved it for perpetuity by taking a picture on motzei yom tov. Pinchas was left with the good feeling that “even Bubby was on my side.” I know when to pick my battles. May Hashem grant all bubbies arichas yamim and menuchas hanefesh. Together with the zaidies, of course, they should continue to be our important link to the past and be zoche to head our families as we greet Moshiach tzidkeinu bimheirah b’yameinu.


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ON BEING A BUBBY BY: RIFKY SLOMIUC “I may not be a model grandmother, but the grandkids seem to enjoy being around me,” were the words a dear cousin once shared with me. A bubby needs no singular expertise to be a grandmother — you merely have to “be.” Likewise, grandchildren are valued simply because they “are.” Bubbyhood bestows upon you the attributes of wisdom and respect simply by your joining the “older” generation. Whereas parenthood requires a hands-on, full-time set of parenting skills, bubbyhood allows for leeway in sitting back and embracing the view. Bubbies may lack the unique “book learning” of today’s generation, but are uniquely capable of making boo-boos magically disappear and seemingly overwhelming problems evaporate. They are a wonderful source of trivial information replete with secret remedies to heal the heart and the mood. Darning, ironing, haggling over prices and hanging clothes on the line are several of the antiquated skills we old-timers possess, though truth be told, some youngsters have inherited these traits. However, there is emotional security, a belief and value system that only a bubby can impart to her grandchild. As a child matures, he may realize that his parents are not infallible. Parents are so closely aligned with their child that a tense atmosphere may be the kindling for tempers to flare and quarrels to erupt. A parent may feel the stress of attending to the minute details of home-life and simply lack the time to provide his or her child with the undivided attention she craves. Bubby’s home, a safe haven, may be the one in which the grandchild can let her “guard down,” so to speak. She can confide her troubles in an unthreatening environment, with confidentiality, while enjoying exclusive attention. Bubby tends to forego undertaking mammoth tasks when she learns of an up-

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coming visit, which allows her to be at the child’s disposal. This may mean fashioning a snowman out of clay, testing a child on spelling or sharing happenings of the day (I’m bubbysitting a five-year-old strep-afflicted sweetie as I write). Bubbies attend celebrations, performances, graduations and plays. Bubbies are the party coordinators, gathering clans so that siblings, cousins and an assortment of family and friends can experience a unique sense of connectedness. Without a doubt, a bubby will “spoil” the einiklach. The contents of a prize box, freezer, candy jar and arts-and-crafts closet offer marvelous, creative possibilities. A parsha sheet read by Bubby with its proud owner on her lap is a memory never forgotten — even without an accompanying mitzvah tzettel (though that is a huge bonus!). A sincere compliment will have far-reaching effects, be it for shiny new shoes or a deliciously prepared and shared dish. A happy birthday phone call verifying that the dear einikel’s special day is remembered by Bubby is a cause for great celebration. My own mother was niftar at a young age and was never zoche to experience the bliss of acknowledging einiklach, and so I greet my own with a deep sense of appreciation to Hakadosh Baruch Hu for the zechuyah. Bubby (and Zaidy) are the link to a previous era, and a savvy grandchild (and/or their parents) will appreciate that a grandparent is a treasure trove of detailed information about their family’s history. I have precious memories of my maternal grandparents: my Savta’s sugar cookies, rugelach, rice cooked with milk for my Saba, and my Saba’s constant learning and Tehillim repetition, despite prior illness having caused him to lose his sight. Those recollections have been shared with my children. A beloved childless aunt, a”h, instilled in me the delight of letter-


writing. I have taken that love to the next level; several of my einiklach have become my “pen pals,” and I have encouraged them to preserve these letters just as I have done with those of my aunt. Designer stationery, a mugful of colorful markers and a vast sticker assortment — or even a blank white sheet and a pencil — produce artistic, creative and cherished communications. What’s the trick to the actuality of your being a “flawless bubby?” Make the child feel special in your presence; indulge them with warmth, pride and love. The little (and not so little) ones adore playing games with a grandparent, and which bubby doesn’t enjoy a game of Uno, Rummy or Chinese Checkers (five times in a row)? If getting out of that comfy recliner on Friday night proves too difficult, and a well-deserved snooze is beckoning, try a spirited game of “I spy with my little eye...” It can be played without moving an iota from under the blanket and with eyelids at half-mast. If even that appears to take a hefty amount of effort, tuck an einikel beneath your arm for some pleasant cozy time. The observation penned by an unknown author perfectly sums up the honor of bubbyhood: “A bubby (author’s translation) is a little bit parent, a little bit teacher, and a little bit best friend.” Observing one’s grandchild makes Bubby conveniently forget any transgressions her children did and allows her to be enchanted by the brilliance of her grandchildren. May Hashem Yisborach bentch all of Klal Yisroel with Yiddish nachas!

THE ART OF GRANDMOTHERING BY: MIRIAM LIEBERMANN

It’s a while since I joined the ranks of bubbyhood and I’m still working on figuring out my role. Everyone approaches this role with her own unique personality and skill set. Some are more relaxed, others are more mindful and eager to do it “right” — whatever that looks like! And many are long-distance grandmothers — and that becomes an entirely different situation. I have a confession to make. I’m not a bubby. I’m a savta. Yaffa Ganz’s fabulous character, Savta Simcha, was my initial role model. Savta Simcha is resourceful, energetic, spunky, kind, caring and lovable. What’s intriguing is that in Yaffa Ganz’s books, Savta Simcha is unmarried! She lives with her brother, Uncle Nechemiah, serving as a surrogate Savta to the neighborhood children! Here’s lesson number one: Everyone benefits from having a grandmother. Perhaps we can “adopt” a neighborhood family that’s missing an in-town bubby! Several years ago I had an epiphany. My son Yuda was learning Pesach halachos with his son Yisroel. After learning that the men must lean to the side during the Seder, Yisroel asked, “What about women?” Yuda informed him, as the Shulchan Aruch writes, that “chashuve” women should also lean to the side. Yisroel commented, “Oh, so Savta should lean at the Seder.” When Yuda shared this interchange with me, it was quite an eye-opener. As a Savta, I must be chashuv. Lesson number two: It’s not enough to be loving, caring and energetic. My primary role is to pass down our mesorah. These impressionable young children are observing me. How do I conduct myself? Am I keeping my equanimity 24/7? Is my simchas hachaim obvious? Do I exhibit enthusiasm for Torah and mitzvos? Do I show the proper respect for our rabbanim and gedolim? How do I say my brachos? Is my wardrobe appropriate for a “chashuve” woman? Thank you, Yisroel, for the wake up call! I just returned from a week out of town, visiting my daughter and family, squeezing my “grandmothering” into a short period of time. Many of us were blessed with parents close by as we raised our own children. This is a different world. There are moments when it’s challenging having our children living at a distance. So what do we do? Today, it’s easier to keep in touch. Children and grandchildren phone regularly. And here I must interject: This is a two-way relationship. In order to build a close relationship with our grandchildren, their parents — our adult children — must help. They must encourage this relationship. They should initiate the phone calls when the children are young, and they may have to encourage older ones to call regularly. They should have photos displayed of grandparents and extended family members. Especially when dealing with the younger set, it’s difficult to build a new relationship every time we meet!

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We, as grandparents, represent unconditional love. No criticism. Minimum demands. One day these children may need a listening ear. They may need a mentor, a coach. Our role may prove to be pivotal. Davening for loved ones is also part of my role. I have their names written out and I whip out my list and recite the names, picturing each child and grandchild as I do so. Even if I’m not hands-on 24/7, I’m still connected. When I am together with the children, I like to engage with them hands-on. These activities enable me to bond with them. I bring books that I enjoy reading, are age-appropriate and enjoyable. I love word games; my favorite is Upwords. We also play Anagrams and Scrabble. I bring art projects. The children particularly enjoy Melissa and Doug’s Paint With Water collection that has the paint embedded within the pages, and I also enjoy this activity. That’s the key: If I’m having fun, so are they! We go for nature walks. We write letters and draw pictures that I mail to their cousins. We color together. And these masterpieces adorn my kitchen! As they get older, the scenario changes. I bring along cartoons, jokes and articles that will interest them. I bring perfume samples with me for a sensory experience, and I invite them to do stitches in my needlework project. We look at albums together. I bring song sheets and we sing together! I’ve taken them to visit local museums. On a recent visit we all worked in the kitchen making sushi, my husband directing. Having said all that, I must confess that I’m not “on” 24/7. As I’ve hit the 60s, my tolerance level for noise and commotion is almost down to zero. I generally prefer being with one family at a time so I can have quiet time with each child and make sure I connect with each one. Although I do love when the cousins connect, there’s a time and place for everything. Years ago I would host large Shabbos and yom tov tables with great joy and energy. Today, I’ve happily relinquished that role to our adult children, who are baruch Hashem, exceedingly capable. It’s not always easy to move on. However, Rav Avigdor Miller, zt”l, taught that our lives can be compared to a literary work, consisting of many chapters. Each chapter has the potential for happiness, though the transitions between chapters may be challenging. We’re in transition mode now and need to hold on because there is much joy up ahead! There is much to be said regarding these transitional years. Take a look at these books, The Best Is Yet to Be and To Fill the Sky with Stars, written especially for women our age. These books provide the encouragement, validation, inspiration and the practical advice needed as we journey on. Within these books lies the support network we’ve been seeking! Rabbi Paysach Krohn claims that the best way to guarantee our happiness during our senior years is to invest in our grandchildren. Enjoy them, and harbeh nachas! Disclaimer: Dearest readers, this is not a definitive essay on grandparenting; far from it. Many of you are more experienced, a lot wiser and more intuitive than I am. There is so much for us to learn from one another. Please write in and share your approach to bubbyhood. Looking forward to hearing from all of you! M.L.

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THE WORD “GRANDMOTHER” conjures up a lot of images, all revolving around an image that’s warm, accepting, giving and... always available. Ideally, a grandmother’s arms and home are always open to her beloved family members. Her refrigerator is always stocked with just the right things to make her children and grandchildren feel nurtured and nourished. And she never, ever tires of catering to and caring for her loved ones. They are her priority in every way, and their happiness means the world to her. They are her world, and the way she puts herself out for them proves just how deeply she feels for them. Truth be told, the above description may be an ideal, but many grandmothers fall pretty short. And that’s not because they don’t cherish and prioritize their family; it’s just because they can’t do and be it all. Just as the words “family” and “parent” mean so many different things to different people, the title “grandmother” isn’t one-size-fits-

Just as the words “family” and “parent” mean so many different things to different people, the title “grandmother” isn’t onesize-fits-all. all. There are working and non-working grandmothers, older and younger ones, grandmothers gifted with culinary abilities and others who prefer the pizza shop. There are grandmothers whose love comes in the form of gifts and some who are great at spending time with those they love. Others may be expert conversationalists, even if they’re long-distance, some love to snuggle and others love a Scrabble board between them and their little charges. The bottom line is, what’s ideal in theory may not be feasible, practical or preferred in real time. So even if the image is what a grandmother knows on some level she should be, it doesn’t mean it will be who she is. Sometimes, it’s not as important knowing what we should be as it is to know what we should not be. As different as grandmothers are, perhaps they can share common themes of what they are not: They are not responsible for the discipline of their grandchildren. They are not to judge the style of the parents’ parenting (or pretty much anything else!). On the other hand, they are not expected to be available without advance notice, and they aren’t meant to ignore their own financial and/or

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physical limitations, even though they’d love to be able to give and do it all. In terms of what they should be, it depends on the individual and even then, different times and settings may find the same grandmother playing her role quite differently. For instance, while the working grandmother’s structure may not leave all that much time for hosting, vacations can be where she makes up for that. On the contrary, a more “available” grandmother may need her vacations as an opportunity to have time for herself, without being accessible. A grandmother may be masterful when it comes to orchestrating a yom tov in general, but may find it extremely stressful another year if she’s handling her aged parents at the same time. She may truly love being a giver very often, but may need to rely on taking kids’ help and invitations on occasion. So the role of what should and could be is fluid. And the grandmother is just as much that — a grandmother — regardless of what the “should be” of that time is. Most women have a hard time saying no, and it especially doesn’t seem in sync with that ideal image of grandmother. But grandmothers, like any women, aren’t required to always say yes. Whether it’s about extending a favor, helping with emotional or financial support, hosting… it’s tough to make yes the only option. Many opt for saying the yes without question, regardless of whether or not they mean it, and that’s not really doing anyone any good. It usually ends up creating resentment and a job done poorly. As a dear mentor of mine once questioned me, “If your saying no means yes, what does your yes mean?!” The goal of a grandmother is very much to provide a model of being authentic. And if that’s the case, they have to be real about their feelings and realities, and saying a genuine no beats a half-hearted yes when it comes to authentic. No should neither mean rejection nor be reserved for when you’re totally incapable or unavailable. It could just mean

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We all love to think our parents are invincible and ageless, but sadly, this isn’t the case. The first-time grandparent of forty is not the grandparent she is at sixty… or eighty. You get the idea. Our expectations (How long can you move in and help with the baby? Can we all come to you for the first days? Can you take over while I nap?) may be valid for the grandmother we once knew our mother to be, but it may not be who our mother is now. And as hard as it is for you to accept a new reality, it’s even harder for your mother to accept her own mortality. Watch for signs of weakness, her needing more help or sleep, or her hesitating before saying yes. Sometimes it’s your sensitivity that will help your mother feel less bad about being honest with her current limitations, and if she seems down about feeling less purposeful and helpful to you in a hands-on way, make sure to make her feel needed in other ways that are equally as important. You can appreciate her opinions, recipes, company and compliments, and that will make her still feel needed in her new capacity of being less physically capable. Let her know that her presence and her other shows of love are equally as special, even though she can’t be as strenuously involved in doing and giving. Joining you on an errand as opposed to doing it for you, ordering a gift certificate as opposed to a gift she found time and energy to buy and sharing a meal out together as opposed to one she cooked may be a great way for her to still feel part of your life. Maintaining the relationship is of essence, even though it may mean letting go of the help and relief we were used to having our mothers provide.

“not yes.” With that understanding, the times you say yes will be all the more meaningful. And you’ll give your loved ones permission to follow your lead and be people who are honest about what they choose to do and be, as opposed to feeling the pressure of living up to the image of all-perfect, all-giving and always agreeable. The activity and energy level of the ideal grandmother isn’t always doable. After a whole day’s work or preparing for yom tov, being the interactive baker/shopper/activity generator isn’t what you may be feeling up to. That doesn’t mean you can’t have a critical role. As much as doing for and with grandchildren is precious, there’s another dimension that is just as (if not more) important to offer: the beauty of just being. Sharing time that’s not productive or busy is gifting kids a meaningful new reality. Spending time listening, sharing, noticing the scenery and just enjoying being together is something parents don’t have that much time to do with their children.

The luxury of just being and making a child feel that their company is cherished is a precious grandparent prerogative. Success in most relationships is defined by the feeling of shared intimacy. And as one of my clients once taught me, this can be best defined as “into-me-see!” If we learn about the person we’re relating to and really hear them, understand their world and wishes, and appreciate their individuality and who they really are then such a relationship is a tremendous success. If that’s our goal, the means to the end can take a lot of forms. And the proud title “grandmother” can be used for them all. Chani Juravel, LCSW, has been counseling and teaching in various capacities since 1983. She is in private practice in Rockland County, NY, treating individuals and couples. Chani lectures worldwide and writes for Binah magazine. Some of her classes can be seen/heard on TorahAnytime’s ladies’ site and on Aish. com.


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Part II Q: It seems like the new law is implementing changes to tax provisions that have been around for many years. For example, the child tax credit, personal exemptions, and the state and local tax deduction have all been modified in the new law. How will all these impact my family’s tax situation? A: Thank you for your question. While no two tax situations are alike, we will outline the fundamental changes made to these tax provisions. However, it’s important to remember that the law involves very detailed rules, some of which are beyond the scope of this article. It is therefore vital to have a detailed discussion with your tax adviser regarding these complex matters.

CHILD TAX CREDIT: The child tax credit has been around for almost 20 years and has been a source of relief for many families. For qualifying taxpayers, the credit works as an actual dollar reduction in tax owed, up to $1,000 per child. Once the credit reduces a taxpayer’s liability to zero, some of the remaining amount may be refundable. However, there are income limitations as well. Under the pre-2018 rules, the amount of the available credit began to gradually phase out for married taxpayers with adjusted gross income of $110,000 with the credit being completely unavailable once income reaches $130,000. Under the new law, the child tax credit is doubled to $2,000. Additionally, the income range has been increased dramatically with the phaseout only beginning at $400,000. This will allow many more taxpayers to take this credit. While seemingly significant on a standalone basis, this benefit is offset by the loss of personal exemptions, discussed next.

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PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS: As opposed to a credit, a personal exemption works as a deduction, which reduces income subject to tax. Under the old law, most taxpayers were able to deduct approximately $4,000 for every dependent claimed on their tax return. For example, a family of five with adjusted gross income of $150,000 was eligible to reduce their taxable income by $20,250 of personal exemptions. Under the new law, personal exemptions have been repealed in their entirety. STATE AND LOCAL TAX DEDUCTION: The state and local tax deduction has its origins with the first introduction of the U.S. income tax in the early 1900s. Its primary purpose was to provide relief from multiple layers of tax. While subject to its own set of rules and nuances, the fundamentals of the deduction allows taxpayers to reduce their federal taxable income by income and property tax paid to state and local governments. In high-tax

states such as New York, this has been very beneficial. For example, under the old law, a New York resident who paid $15,000 in New York State income taxes and another $15,000 in real estate taxes would exclude $30,000 of income for federal purposes (unless they were subject to alternative minimum tax, for another discussion). For many decades, this deduction has been the subject of intense scrutiny and contentiousness among members in Congress. As part of the new law and after intense compromise, a new $10,000 cap on state and local taxes was implemented to partially fund various tax breaks in the law. Thus, in our example above, the taxpayer would only be allowed to benefit from a $10,000 deduction. The other $20,000 previously deducted would no longer be a factor in a taxpayer’s itemized deductions. STATES RESPOND: In response to the new law, high-tax states such as New York and California expect this new limit on deductibility to have a real adverse effect on their


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Narrowing It Down “HI, THIS IS MRS. GOLD,” said the voice at the other end of the line. “I was wondering if you could help me? I have had office jobs on and off over the past 15 years, and when I started reading your column, I was intrigued at the possibility of finding a job that I really enjoy. Do you have a few minutes to discuss this with me?” Sure, that’s what I do. After listening to Mrs. Gold explain her story, I got the bigger picture. Here was a smart, talented and wonderful person who had devoted herself to being a wife and mother. Now, however, she wondered if she could find work that wouldn’t take away from her home life, but add to her as an individual, which, of course, would make her a

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happier mother. Since I am a big believer in prioritizing a family first, I understood her well and was excited at the possibility of helping her. I know firsthand how much of a difference it makes when work is not just a bore, something done to pay the bills, but rather something that uses creative ability, creates positive energy and gives a person the wonderful feeling of being able to share their unique talents with others. Mrs. Gold decided to go ahead with aptitude testing as she knew from experience that she had never

found that her work excited her in the way she wanted it to. Additionally, after having ka”h a few children, the bills were only increasing, but her salary was staying pretty much the same. With bar mitzvahs and chasunahs in the future, she was ready to move on to something with greater earning potential. After meeting and seeing her results, it was obvious what was missing in Mrs. Gold’s workday. As someone with very high problemsolving skills, her job was pretty much comprised of the same old humdrum tasks, day in, day out. Of course she was not mentally stimulated! Additionally, as someone who

I wish for every one of my clients to experience this same level of satisfaction at work. loves to use creativity, she was all but trapped, like a bird with clipped wings, without any outlet for her innovative ideas. The joy that spread


across her face when she heard this, and the deep sigh that followed and expressed so much pent-up stress, said enough. She knew she had skills, but where and how to use them? Was it even possible? Schooling was out of the question; some training, if not too expensive, would be something she and her husband were willing to consider. What could we come up with? Mrs. Gold had a strong leaning toward becoming a unique professional, starring in an area where she could become a sought-after advisor. She would not be satisfied being “another” teacher, bookkeeper, salesperson. She needed an area to specialize in. As someone with very fine taste, she is always asked for her opinion in jewelry, home design and clothing purchases. She has a wonderful balance of understanding physical, real-life realities, as well as the emotions that beautiful things can bring up when enjoyed properly. She could decorate a home on a dime, for instance, with a focus on the right colors and textures to create an ambience of class. And when she chooses jewelry, Mrs. Gold is one of those lucky people who just know which costume jewelry can be pulled off and which don’t cut it. She also has a love of nature and imagined using her technical skills to create landscape designs that could be incorporated by high-end outdoor design firms. This narrowed her choices down to three areas, which all matched her personal skills, interests and personality: jewelry design and sales, home decorating and landscaping. We discussed the pros and cons of each and will have an additional meeting to make a final decision once we gather more information on each option. The main thing is that Mrs. Gold’s priorities are still most important, and her career choice will serve to complement her roles in life while adding that missing bit of excitement, passion, and of course, finances. I wish for every one of my clients to experience this same level of satisfaction at work. As this column comes to a close, I’m leaving with so many new clients, friends and partnerships that have been borne of this space in The Monsey View. I’ve been awed by the brave mothers and fathers, husbands and wives, business owners and employees who have contacted me as a result of recognizing their own career struggles, and I am grateful that I had this opportunity to further fulfill my personal career dream. Shaina Keren is a Monsey-based career coach who helps people find jobs they’re good at. If you’re looking for the right job, there is one out there for you. Be in touch at 845-323-2644 or findmeajob100@gmail. com for questions or a free resume review.

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THE KITCHEN After World War II, during what many consider America’s favorite decade, the United States recovered with an explosion of good economy and a booming population who lived what is known as the American Dream. This mentality was very much visible in the pop of color that was all over at the time, including in the main hub of any home — the kitchen. The steel industry was still very much in high-production mode after the war, which is why the cabinets were created from reasonably priced steel and then painted brightly shaded colors. Refrigerators, toasters and mixers were then purchased to match in colors like Buttercup Yellow, Cherry Red, Turquoise, etc. The revolutionary 1950s kitchen was also created with sleek lines and open layouts, and this was when peninsulas, islands, eating bars and free-floating upper cabinets were introduced. Also new was the concept of built-in layouts, which meant no more random placement of kitchen appliances; rather they were incorporated into the flow of counters and cabinets. The American Dream also encouraged more laid-back and comfortable living, and it was during this time that small conveniences like lazy susans and pull-out garbage cans became popular. Dinette sets in the kitchen, now made possible with more open kitchen layouts, also meant no more everyday dining in the dining room.

THE ROTARY PHONE Rotary phones are something of an age marker. “Do you still remember those rotary phones? Remember what redialing involved?” The touch-tone phone was introduced in 1962 at the Seattle World’s Fair, but made its official debut the following year. However, it took a decade or two for it to gain popularity, maybe due to the fact that phones were not owned, but rather leased to subscribers by the telephone company.

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THE VACUUM CLEANER Before World War II, vacuum cleaners were more of a luxury item, but the booming economy and robust middle class after the war resulted in it becoming more popular, reflecting the trend in homes at the time, which was all about convenience for the housewife.

THE ELECTRIC IRON By the 1940s and 50s, electric irons were becoming more widespread. The iron in the photo shown also features the bright colors of the time, when proud housewives would choose their favorite color and match their appliances, big and small.

THE WASHING MACHINE By 1940, 60 percent of homes that were wired to electricity boasted a washing machine. However, early models, aside from being clunky, worked with a dangerous power wringer that resulted in terrible injuries. Only during the 40s and 50s were washing machines built with spinning capabilities, and although the war generally stopped manufacturing production, some manufacturers were given permission to continue improving and introducing newer and better models. Soon manufacturers built automatic washing machines, which in those days meant that a timer would shut off the washing cycle automatically to allow clothes to soak. However, it would still need mechanical intervention to continue with the next cycle.

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‫טאש און זיך געלאזט קאסטן שווערע געלטער אונז צו העלפן‪ ,‬אויך‬ ‫די גאנצע משפחה איז געשטאנען מיט פיזישע און גייסטישע הילף‪,‬‬ ‫ארויסהעלפנדיג אין אלעמען וואס עס האט נאר אויסגעפעלט‪.‬‬ ‫פאר מיין שווער האט זייער וויי געטאן דער מצב און זייענדיג א‬ ‫שותף אינעם פראבלעם‪ ,‬האבן מיר די זאכן דורכגעשמועסט אפנהארציג‬ ‫און עס איז געווארן א נאנטע פארבינדונג צווישן אונז ביידע‪ ,‬מיר האבן‬ ‫געהאט א ספעציעלע נאנטע קשר און אינאיינעם האבן מיר זיך מחזק‬ ‫געווען מיט אמונה און בטחון אין דעם מצב‪.‬‬ ‫איין טאג איז דאס געשען‪.‬‬ ‫דער טעראפיסט האט זיך פארבינדן מיט מיר‪ ,‬זאגנדיג אז ער וויל‬ ‫שמועסן מיט מיר און מיין שווער צוזאמען‪ .‬מיט שטייטע אבער קלארע‬ ‫ווערטער האט ער אונז אויפגעקלערט איבער דער מצב און ווי אזוי עס‬ ‫ווערט אנגערופן אין דאקטערישע טערמינען‪ ,‬אונז אויפקלערנדיג וואס‬ ‫עס לויפט אלס דורך און וואס עס פאסירט אלס‪ .‬צווישן זיינע ווערטער‬ ‫האט ער קלארגעשטעלט אז אין די יעצטיגע מצב איז אוממעגליך אז‬ ‫מיר זאלן פירן א געמיינזאמע לעבן‪.‬‬ ‫דער מציאות האט אונז געקלאפט אין פנים אריין מיט א ביטערקייט‪.‬‬ ‫איך האב עס נישט געקענט אראפשלונגען‪' .‬איז דאס אמת'? האב איך‬ ‫געטראכט‪' ,‬צי וועט מיין לעבן אצינד געטוישט ווערן אויף שטענדיג? –‬ ‫רבונו‪-‬של‪-‬עולם‪ ,‬וויפיל איז דער שיעור צו ליידן‪ ,‬ווען וועט שוין נעמען‬ ‫אן עק צו מיינע פיין און יסורים'?‬ ‫מיר האבן אראפגעלייגט דעם טעלעפאן מיטן טעראפיסט‪ ,‬בשעת‬ ‫ביטערע מחשבות פארנעמען מיינע געדאנקען‪.‬‬ ‫יענעם טאג האב איך נישט געקענט פינקציאנירן‪ ,‬איך האב נישט‬ ‫געקענט צוזאמענעמען מיינע געדאנקען‪ ,‬א טרויער וואלקן האט‬ ‫באדעקט מיין געזוכט און א פחד פארן עתיד‪ ,‬וואס עס וועט אצינד‬ ‫פאסירן‪.‬‬

‫בר מצוה אדער‬ ‫מסיבת פרידה?‬ ‫במשך די אלע פאסירונגען‪ ,‬האט מען נאך פון גארנישט געוויסט‬ ‫אויף די גאס‪ ,‬קיינער האט נישט געוויסט איבער די שווערע צייטן וואס‬ ‫מיר גייען אריבער‪ .‬אפילו אין די משפחה זעלבסט האט קיינער נישט‬ ‫מיטגעהאלטן מיט די געשעענישן‪ ,‬בלויז מיין שווער מיט זיינע קינדער‪,‬‬ ‫וועלכע האבן מיטגעשפירט און פראבירט צו העלפן מיט אלעס וואס‬ ‫נאר מעגליך‪.‬‬ ‫עס איז געקומען די צייט‪ ,‬וואס אלע צדדים האבן פארשטאנען און‬ ‫איינגעזען‪ ,‬אז די ריכטיגסטע זאך איז אז‪ ...‬יא‪ ,‬דאס אויף וואס חז"ל זאגן‬ ‫דערויף אז דער מזבח פארלאזט טרערן‪...‬‬ ‫יענע נאכט האט מיין שווער געפראוועט א בר‪-‬מצוה פאר זיין‬ ‫מוזשיניקל‪ .‬די שמחה איז געווען געמישט מיט טרויער‪ ,‬בשעת די‬ ‫משפחה האט געוויסט וואס עס קומט אצינד פאר און וואס די ברירות‬ ‫אויף ווייטער זענען‪.‬‬ ‫ביי די בר‪-‬מצוה בין איך געזעצן צוזאמען מיט מיינע שוואגערס‪,‬‬ ‫וויסנדיג אז מיר האלטן אצינד מיט די לעצטע שמחה אלס שוואגערס‪.‬‬ ‫א שווערע וואלקן האט געשוועבט אין די לופטן‪ ,‬מיר זענען געזעצן‬ ‫צוזאמען און געשמועסט‪ ,‬יעדער איינער האט אריינגעווארפן אפאר‬ ‫גוטע ווערטער איבער דער מצב און פראבירט זיך צו מחזק זיין מיט‬ ‫אמונה און בטחון‪.‬‬ ‫איין שוואגער האט אנגעהויבן א ווארעמע געגועים ניגון און אלע‬

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‫מיר ווילן זיך‬ ‫דיגן אז צוליב‬ ‫אנטשול‬ ‫סיבה איז די‬ ‫א טעכנישע‬ ‫רויסגעפאלן‬ ‫ארטיקל א‬ ‫פאריגע וואך‬

‫שלום בית‬ ‫ג‪ .‬גרינוואלד‬

‫אין קורצן פון פריער‪:‬‬ ‫אזוי ווי יעדער בחור‪ ,‬האב איך געהאפט‬ ‫אויפצושטעלן אן ערליכע אידישע שטוב לשם‬ ‫ולתפארת‪ .‬מיינע האפענונגען האבן זיך ארויסגעוויזן‬ ‫פאלש‪ ,‬נאכדעם וואס פון הימל האט מען אנדערש‬ ‫געפירט‪.‬‬ ‫עווענטואל איז געבליבן די החלטה‪ ,‬אז קיין ברירה‬ ‫איז נישט פארהאן און מיר קענען מער נישט פירן א‬ ‫געמיינזאמע לעבן‪.‬‬ ‫אצינד ליינט ווייטער‬

‫איידעם א שטיק שווער‬

‫פערזענליכע‬ ‫געשיכטעס און‬ ‫מיטמאכענישן‬ ‫פון ליינער‬ ‫‪THE MONSEY VIEW / 155‬‬

‫איך בין ארויס פון יענעם שמועס‪ ,‬צובראכן און‬ ‫צוקלאפט‪ .‬איך האב בשום אופן נישט געקענט‬ ‫פארדייען וואס זי האט מיר נאר וואס געזאגט‪,‬‬ ‫ס'טייטשט; נאך אלע הילף און איבערגעגעבנקייט פון‬ ‫מיין זייט און פארשטענדעניש צו איר מצב‪ ,‬וועלן מיר‬ ‫זיך מוזן צושיידן?‬ ‫איך האב עס נישט געקענט אראפשלינגען‪.‬‬ ‫די ישועה איז געקומען דורך א גוטע פריינדינע‪,‬‬ ‫וואס האט אונז אויסגעהערט און אויפגעקלערט‪ .‬מיר‬ ‫האבן זיך געוואנדן צו א גוטע טעראפיסט‪ ,‬א מומחה‬ ‫אין דעם פעלד‪ ,‬וואס האט שוין געראטעוועט פיל‬ ‫אידישע נפשות פון אונטערגאנג‪.‬‬ ‫עס מוז באטאנט ווערן‪ ,‬אז מיין שווער און זיין‬ ‫משפחה האט געטאן וואס עס איז נאר מעגליך געווען‬ ‫צו העלפן אין דעם מצב‪ .‬ער האט געעפנט דעם‬


‫דערציילט און געבויט‪ ,‬וואס די אויערן קענען‬ ‫אראפפאלן דערפון‪ .‬מען דארף דאך האבן‬ ‫הלל'ס געדולד און שמשון הגיבור'ס כוחות דאס‬ ‫צו קענען הערן‪ ,‬דערטראגן און זיך אויפפירן ווי‬ ‫א נארמאלע מענטש דערנאך‪ .‬מענטשן האבן‬ ‫מיט די גרעסטע כוחות פראבירט אנצוארבעטן‬ ‫און פאבריצירן מעשיות‪ ,‬מען האט זיך ניטאמאל‬ ‫געשעמט איבערצופרעגן מיינע ברידער‪,‬‬ ‫שוואגער'ס‪ ,‬טאטע‪ ,‬שווער פון אלע זייטן‪ ,‬אויב‬ ‫די אדער די מעשה איז אמת‪ .‬מענטשן אן הארץ‬ ‫און אן שכל‪ ,‬האבן געהאט די דרייסטקייט און אן‬ ‫קיין טראפ בושה געגאנגען טראגן לשון‪-‬הרע'ס‬ ‫צו מיין שווער‪ ,‬אפגעזען צי עס איז אמת אדער‬ ‫נישט‪ .‬מענטשן האבן געוואלט געפעלן צדדים‬ ‫און מען איז געגאנגען בארעדן על לא עוול בכפי‪.‬‬ ‫פיל מאל‪ ,‬ווען איך בין אריינגעקומען אין‬ ‫בית‪-‬המדרש‪ ,‬האב איך באמערקט א קופקע‬ ‫וואס האט זיך נאר וואס אפגעשטעלט פון זייער‬ ‫שמועס‪ ,‬צוליב דעם וואס איך בין אריינגעקומען‪.‬‬ ‫איך האב גלייך פארשטאנען פון וואס מען האט‬ ‫גערעדט‪ ,‬און עס האט מיר פארדראסן‪ .‬צי ווייל‬ ‫עס האט פאסירט וואס עס האט פאסירט איז‬ ‫מיין בלוט הפקר? – מען מעג דעבאטירן און‬ ‫בארעדן אונטער מיין ריקן? – עס האט מיר‬ ‫שטארק געשטערט דאס וואס מענטשן טוען‪.‬‬ ‫איך בין דעמאלס געווארן באוואוסטזיניג‬ ‫צום פאקט‪ ,‬אז מענטשן טראכטן נישט קיין סך‬ ‫איידער זיי רעדן‪ ,‬און זיי קלערן נישט אריין אז‬ ‫מיט א קליין ווארט קענען זיי ווייטאן און פיל‬ ‫מאל בידים באגראבן אן אומשולדיגן מענטש‪,‬‬ ‫בלויז פאר זייער אייגענע געשמאק‪.‬‬ ‫איין פאל האט מיר ספעציעל ארויסגענומען‬ ‫פון די כלים‪ ,‬ווען א איד האט זיך פארבינדן‬ ‫מיט מיר טעלעפאניש‪ ,‬ערקלערנדיג אז ער‬ ‫וויל מיר אנטראגן א שידוך‪ ,‬און האט דעריבער‬ ‫פארלאנגט פון מיר געוויסע אינפארמאציע‬ ‫איבער מיין פרשה‪ .‬נישט פארדעכטיגנדיג‬ ‫עפעס אויסטערליש‪ ,‬האב איך זיך געלאזט‬ ‫רעדן פרייוויליג און יענעם דערציילט אלעס‪.‬‬ ‫ווי ווייטאגליך איז עס געווען‪ ,‬ווען איך האב‬ ‫זיך דערוויסט אז יענער האט קיינמאל נישט‬ ‫געהאלטן ביים אנטראגן א שידוך‪ ,‬ער האט בלויז‬ ‫געוואלט נאשן אינפארמאציע ביי מיר‪ ...‬בשעת'ן‬ ‫רעדן מיט מיר איז יענער געזעצן אומפארשעמט‬ ‫מיט א גרופע חברים‪ ,‬זיך אונטערהאלטנדיג‬ ‫אויף מיינע פראבלעמען‪ ...‬בשעת איך מיין אז‬ ‫איך רעד אצינד מיט א שדכן‪.‬‬

‫שטיי אוועק‬ ‫פון לשון‪-‬הרע‬ ‫איך האב דעמאלס הייס אפגעמאכט ביי‬ ‫מיר‪ ,‬אז ווען איך וועל הערן איבער א מעשה מיט‬ ‫א גט רח"ל‪ ,‬וועל איך קיינמאל נישט ארומרעדן‬ ‫איבער די פרשה און מעורר זיין אנדערע‬ ‫מענטשן נישט ארומצורעדן איבער דעם‪.‬‬ ‫אני הגבר‪ ,‬איך האב דאס געשפירט אויף‬ ‫מיין אייגענע הויט‪ ,‬איך האב פארזוכט פונעם‬ ‫טעם פון ווערן בארעדט אומבארעכטיגט‪ ,‬בלויז‬ ‫אויף השערות און אויף חלומות פון אנדערע‬ ‫מענטשן‪ .‬איך ווייס ווי אזוי עס שפירט אז יעדער‬ ‫קוקט אויף דיר און יעדער שמועסט פון דיר‪ ,‬און‬ ‫איך פארשטיי דער טעם פון זיין דער צענטער‬ ‫פונקט פון א מחלוקת וואס מענטשן פראבירן‬ ‫מיט אלע כוחות אז עס זאל אויסברעכן‪.‬‬ ‫דעריבער בין איך דער מענטש וואס איז‬ ‫געקומען צו די החלטה‪ ,‬אז איך וועל זיך נישט‬ ‫אריינלאזן אין פארגיסן יענעמ'ס בלוט‪ ,‬איך‬ ‫וועל קיינמאל נישט שמועסן און זיך אריינמישן‬ ‫איבער יענעמ'ס פרשה‪.‬‬

‫מרבה מחלוקת‬ ‫בישראל‬ ‫נאך מער פון אלעמען האט מיר פארדראסן‬ ‫ווען איך האב אינאכט גענומען אז מענטשן‬ ‫באגיניגן זיך נישט מיט בלויז רעדן‪ ,‬מענטשן‬ ‫האבן ליב און פראבירן אנצודרייען א מחלוקה'לע‬ ‫פאר יעדן פרייז‪ .‬מען פראבירט ארומצורעדן דא‬ ‫און דארט‪ ,‬אבי עס זאל זיך קאכן עפעס‪.‬‬ ‫איין מעשה וועל איך קיינמאל נישט‬ ‫פארגעסן‪ .‬אין דעם בית‪-‬המדרש וואו איך האב‬ ‫געדאוונט‪ ,‬איז געווען אן עסקן וואס האט עוסק‬ ‫געווען אין פארשידענע ענינים‪ .‬יענער עסקן איז‬ ‫צוגעגאנגען צו מיין געוועזענע שווער'ס ברודער‪,‬‬ ‫זאגנדיג‪" ,‬דו טארסט זיך נישט לאזן‪ ,‬דו דארפסט‬ ‫פארלאנגען זעכציג טויזנט דאלער פאר א גט‪,‬‬ ‫ער דארף זען אז די וועלט איז נישט הפקר"‪.‬‬ ‫געמיינט האט יענער אז ער וועט דא עפעס‬ ‫אצינד אנדרייען און ער וועט נאך עפעס העלפן‬ ‫מיין שווער'ס משפחה‪ ,‬אבער ברוך‪-‬השם אז‬ ‫מיין שווער מיט זיינע ברידער האבן געהאט‬ ‫דעם קאפ אויפן פלאץ און זיך נישט געלאזט‬ ‫פון די בעלי לשון‪-‬הרע‪ .‬יענער האט קלאר‬ ‫פעסטגעשטעלט פאר דעם עסקן‪ ,‬אז אין דעם‬

‫משפחה וועט ער קיין מחלוקת נישט אנמאכן‬ ‫און אך און וויי פאר אים אויב ער וועט פראבירן‬ ‫עפעס צו מאכן דא‪.‬‬ ‫איך בין דעמאלס באוויסטזיניג געווארן‬ ‫צו דער פאקט‪ ,‬אז אין רוב פעלער ווערן די‬ ‫מחלוקת אנגעמאכט דורך ארומיגע מענטשן‬ ‫און דוקא נישט דורך די באטראפנדע אליין‪ .‬איך‬ ‫האב פיל אריינגעקלערט אז איך דארף דאנקען‬ ‫דעם אויבערשטן אז מיין שווער און זיין משפחה‬ ‫האבן געהאט דעם קאפ אויפן פלאץ און זיך‬ ‫נישט געלאזט פון בעלי לשון‪-‬הרע‪ .‬וואס וואלט‬ ‫איך געטאן אויב מיין שווער וואלט געווען א‬ ‫תמימות'דיגע מענטש און זיך געלאזט פארפירן‬ ‫פון ארומיגע מענטשן‪ ...‬איך וויל נישט קלערן‬ ‫וואס דאן וואלט פאסירט‪.‬‬

‫אוועק פון מחלוקת‬ ‫פיל יארן זענען שוין זינט דעמאלס אריבער‪.‬‬ ‫דער אויבערשטער האט מיר געהאלפן און איך‬ ‫האב חתונה געהאט מיט מיין חשוב'ע אשת‬ ‫חיל‪ ,‬מיט וועמען איך לעב שוין א שיינע פאר‬ ‫יאר‪ .‬דער אויבערשטער האט מיר געשאנקען‬ ‫ליכטיגע זיסע קינדערלעך‪ .‬די צער און עגמת‪-‬‬ ‫נפש האט זיך שוין פארהיילט‪ ,‬אבער דאס האב‬ ‫איך זיך אויסגעלערנט‪ ,‬אז ווען א חבר גייט דורך‬ ‫חלילה א שווערע פרשה‪ ,‬זיך נישט אריינצומישן‬ ‫דערין‪ ,‬נישט רעדן מיט אנדערע איבער דעם‪,‬‬ ‫און זיכער נישט העצן אויף מחלוקת‪ .‬איך‬ ‫לאז די באטראפנדע זיך פירן זייערע אייגענע‬ ‫געשעפטן‪ ,‬איך מיש זיך נישט אין זייערע‬ ‫געשעפטן‪ ,‬פונקט ווי איך האב נישט געגליכן‬ ‫ווען מען האט זיך אריינגעמישט אין מיינע‪.‬‬ ‫איך שרייב די דאזיגע פרשה‪ ,‬כדי מענטשן‬ ‫זאלן זיך לערנען א לעקציע און פארשטיין‬ ‫די הארבקייט פון שופך דם זיין אן אנדערע‬ ‫מענטש‪ .‬מענטשן דארפן וויסן אז א גרוש איז‬ ‫אויך א מענטש מיט בלוט און פלייש‪ ,‬און נישט‬ ‫צוליב דעם וואס ער איז א גרוש איז זיין בלוט‬ ‫מותר‪.‬‬ ‫און נאך א זאך דארף מען זיך אויסלערנען‪,‬‬ ‫אז נישט אלעמאל ווייסט מען באמת די אורזאך‬ ‫פון די געשעעניש און פיל מאל קען מען‬ ‫פארמיידן אסאך מחלוקת‪ ,‬ווען מען האלט זיך‬ ‫איין פון רעדן א נישט געוואונטשענעם ווארט‪.‬‬ ‫שומר פיו ולשונו‪ ,‬שומר מצרות נפשו‪.‬‬

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‫האבן זיך מיטגעכאפט מיטן ניגון‪ ,‬איין ניגון האט געברענגט דעם צווייטן‪,‬‬ ‫און דער בר‪-‬מצוה איז פארוואנדלט געווארן אין א מסיבת התעוררות‬ ‫ודביקות‪ .‬פאר א פרעמדער וואס האט אנטיילגענומען ביי די בר‪-‬מצוה‪,‬‬ ‫איז דער מצב נישט געווען פארשטענדליך‪ ,‬אבער מיר‪ ,‬די שוואגערס‬ ‫אינאיינעם‪ ,‬האבן געטראגן דעם סוד אויפן הארצן‪ ,‬און אלע האבן‬ ‫פארשטאנען וואס עס קומט אצינד פאר‪...‬‬ ‫נעמליך אז די מסיבת בר‪-‬מצוה איז אצינד פארוואנדלט געווארן אין‬ ‫א מסיבת‪-‬פרידה‪.‬‬ ‫נאך די בר‪-‬מצוה זענען מיר געבליבן פארברענגען אין שויס פון די‬ ‫בני‪-‬המשפחה‪ .‬מיינע שוואגערס האבן זיך ווארעם געזעגנט פון מיר‬ ‫און מיר באווארפן מיט ברכות לרוב‪ .‬דערנאך בין איך אריבערגעגאנגען‬ ‫צו מיין שווער אין שטוב‪ ,‬וואו מיר האבן ווארעם פארברענגט און זיך‬ ‫געזעגנט מיט אים מיט טרערן אין די אויגן‪.‬‬ ‫דאס איז געווען דאס לעצטע מאל‪ ,‬זייענדיג אן איידעם‪ ,‬וואס איך‬ ‫האב ווארעם פארברענגט מיט די בני המשפחה‪.‬‬ ‫פון דארט בין איך שוין נישט אהיימגעגאנגען צו מיין געוועזענע‬ ‫דירה‪.‬‬

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‫יענע נאכט‪ ,‬אהיימגייענדיג‪ ,‬האב איך זיך געמאכט דעם חשבון הנפש‪,‬‬ ‫אז בעצם דארף איך דאנקען דעם אויבערשטן דערויף וואס ער האט‬ ‫מיר זיס געמאכט מיין ביטערן גורל‪ .‬בשעת אנדערע דארפן דורכגיין‬ ‫שבעה מדורי גהינום‪ ,‬דיני תורות מיט מחלוקת אין די משפחה‪ ,‬האט זיך‬ ‫עס ביי מיר געענדיגט רואיג און געלאסן‪ ,‬אן קיין איבערקערענישן און אן‬ ‫קיין מחלוקת‪ .‬אדרבה! די גאנצע משפחה איז פאראייניגט צוזאמען און‬ ‫אלעס פארט על מי‪-‬מנוחות‪.‬‬ ‫אויב האב איך געמיינט אז איך וועל זיך נישט דארפן ספראווען‬ ‫מיט בעלי לשון‪-‬הרע און בעלי‪-‬מחלוקת‪ ,‬האב איך געהאט א ביטערן‬ ‫טעות‪ .‬אוי‪ ,‬ווי איך האב זיך געדארפט פארען דערמיט‪ ,‬אבער נישט פון‬ ‫מיין משפחה‪ ,‬נאר פון גאר אנדערע מענטשן‪ ,‬וואס האבן בזדון ובמעל‬ ‫פראבירט אנצוזייען א מחלוקת און פראבירן צו לעבן דערויף ‪,‬וואס‬ ‫ברוך‪-‬השם עס האט זיך זיי נישט איינגעגעבן‪.‬‬ ‫אינדערפרי‪ ,‬ווען די שטאט האט זיך אויפגעוועקט צו די נייעס אז‬ ‫איך האב זיך צוטיילט פון מיין שטוב‪ ,‬האט זיך מיין לעבן געטוישט מן‬ ‫הקצה אל הקצה‪ .‬ניין‪ ,‬נישט צוליב דעם פאקט אז איך בין שוין נישט‬ ‫צוזאמען מיט מיין ווייב‪ ,‬נאר צוליב דעם סטעמפל און החלטה פון‬ ‫אנדערע אומ'אחריות'דיגע מענטשן ארום און ארום‪.‬‬ ‫די ערשטע זאך פון וואס איך האב געהאט צו ליידן‪ ,‬איז געווען די‬ ‫דאזיגע נייגעריגע מענטשן וואס פראבירן אריינצושטיפן זייער נאז‪,‬‬ ‫פראבירן צו גרובלען און אפירזוכן‪ ,‬אפשר איז דא עפעס א שטיקל‬ ‫אינפארמאציע וואס פעלט זיי? – אפשר איז פארהאן נאך א ווינקל אין‬ ‫די פריוואטע קושקעס וואס איז נאכנישט אויסגענישטערט געווארן? –‬ ‫די דאזיגע חברה שטעלן זיך נישט אפ פאר גארנישט און וועלן זיך נישט‬ ‫שעמען צוצוקומען צו מיר אליין אויספרעגן אלע סארט פראגן‪ .‬איי‪,‬‬ ‫וואס איז מיט שפיכת‪-‬דמים? – עה‪ ,‬ער איז דאך א גרוש‪ ,‬אים מעג מען‪...‬‬ ‫עס דארף אויסגעשמועסט ווערן‪ ,‬אז דערווייל האט נאך קיינער‬ ‫נישט געוויסט די אמת'ע סיבה‪ ,‬מיר האבן דאך אלעס געהאלטן בסוד‪.‬‬ ‫דאס האט אבער נישט צוריקגעהאלטן מענטשן‪ ,‬בעלי מחלוקת ולשון‪-‬‬ ‫הרע‪ ,‬צו פאליטיזירן און ארומרעדן ארום מיין מצב‪ .‬מענטשן האבן‬ ‫אנגעהויבן צו שפעקאלירן און ארויפברענגען השערות שונות ומשונות‬ ‫וואס עס איז אצינד פארגעקומען‪.‬‬ ‫צו מיינע אויערן זענען צוריקגעקומען מעשיות וואס מענטשן האבן‬


The Monsey View

ART EXHIBIT Showcasing Our Town’s Talent

Aidy Deutsch, 9, Viznitz

Avramy Lebovits, 8.5, Viznitz

Dini Frieder, 13, Skver

Devoiry Margulies, 10, Satmar

Diny Tessler, 8, Klausenburg

Esty Lebovits, 8, Satmar

Faiga’la Perl, 3, Viznitz

Frady Reich, 8.5, Satmar

Fraidy Seidenfeld, 8, Bobov

Malky Dahari, 11

Nichy Lebovits, 11, Viznitz

Shimmy Dancziger, Avir Yakov

Trany Spitzer, 8.5, Avir Yakov

Zissy Eisenbach, 9, Bobov

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Bailu Zahler, 7

Brucha Toby Frieder, 8

Chaya’la Eisenbach, 6, Bobov

Chaya Hindy Unger, 10, Avir Yakov

David Klein, 9


Goldy Mayerowitz, 7, Viznitz

Goldy Weiss, 11, Bais Rochel

Idy Farber, 7, Belz

Leah Breindy Jacobowitz, 6, Bais Esther

Moshe Landau, 11

Pery Zahler, 5

Rivky Kaszowitz

Rivky Kaszowitz

Sara Wiener, 5

Raizy Sabel, 6

Shaindy Farkas, 7, Viznitz

Raizy Einhorn, 8, Bais Rochel

Sura Draizy Sabel, 9

Sruli W., 10, Cheder Chabad

R.L., Viznitz

Shifra Lazarus, 11, Bas Mikroh

Tzirel Freund, Satmar

Yitzchak Meir Newmark, 6, TA Baltimore

Yechezkel Shrage Perl, 8, Yeshuos Moshe Viznitz

Tziry D., 10

Rivky Kaszowitz

Yehuda Leib Berger, 8, Bais Mikroh

Zissy Wieder, 12, Bais Malka

Shani Spitzer, 6

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Hey, kids! Here’s your chance to show off what you made! Did you have fun in the snow or the fall leaves? Did you construct something special with Magna Tiles or other building toys? We’d love to show everyone how creative Monsey kids are! Please email or mail your picture to The Monsey View.

‫יוסי פרענקל‬

Meir Greenberg

Moshele in the water by Temmy Feder

Moishe Silberman, 4

Yossi Handler, 7

Volvie Einhorn

The Wulliger Singers

Tzurty Mittelman, 5

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comments@themonseyview.com THE MONSEY VIEW, 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952


Ari, Yossi and Tzippy Kizelnik

‫ בתי’ מיט משה’לע‬- ‫ עזריאל קאלמאן מאנסי‬,‫ ישעי’לע‬,‫ משה יוסי‬,‫דוד דוב‬

Rifky Karpen, age 5

‫ מנשה און שמעלקא גאלדקלאנג האלטן א פרישע מנורה חלה‬,‫מאטי‬

‫ נתנאל און דוד טעסלער‬,‫מעכי‬

Castle

Zevy Spitzer

Faigy Friedman

Kivi Mandel and Shimon Klitnick

Yossi Spitzer

Yossi Handler, 7

Meir Greenberg

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DIRECTIONS: Write your words in alphabetical order, divided by letter-count in separate columns. Fax or email your word list, together with your total points, by Sunday at 8:00 PM for a chance to win! Include your name, phone number and address.

PLAYING RULES: • No adding “s” to a word. • No proper nouns, abbreviations, contractions or acronyms. • No bouncing back to letters already used in a given word. • Words may not be found with a computer boggle solver. • Words may not be found with the help of a dictionary. • The Monsey View will carefully review all submissions to ascertain that each word is found in the dictionary. Points will be deducted for ineligible words. • We reserve the right to disqualify entries that have a few ineligible words, are not written in alphabetical order or are missing information. • Each contestant has a chance to win only once in four weeks. • No credit given to archaic words, or words chiefly used in other languages (including British English).

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BOGGLE WINNER LIST 4-LETTER WORDS ague also arid

aunt auto cast

cent cola colt

cost dino drag

5-LETTER WORDS grout guard ivory lance oaten roast rogue

actor argot argue caste divot groan groat

route salon salvo slant slate state steal

stoat story talon taste toast vogue

east goal goat

gorp gory gout

grid grin grot

lace last late

7-LETTER WORDS actuary protean protect provost

6-LETTER WORDS ragout solace stance

roan rote rout

salt slat stat

stun tact teal

toga tune volt

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Are you wondering why your name isn’t here or why your points were reduced? The following are some of the ineligible words found:

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outs rota roten sactuary

cental drouge goast nector

sate statuory tary tean

8-LETTER WORDS statuary

castor drogue lancet

lost neat pard

statue virago

9-LETTER WORDS sanctuary

REMINDER Dictionaries or electronic devices may not be used to help you solve the Boggle board. We will disqualify word lists, as per our discretion, that include too many unusual words. The Boggle Team at The Monsey View

Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words, words not found on board and words listed twice.

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MAIL IN YOUR SUBMISSION FOR A CHANCE TO WIN $25 AT TOYS 4 U!

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Draw one of the art ideas from this column. Submissions should be drawn on a standard 8.5” by 11” paper. 2. Color it, using pastel, crayon, paint, marker or even colored pencil. 3. Clearly label your submission with your name, age and school/cheder. Please write your name and age on the art page, not on a separate paper. 3. Mail your masterpiece to The Monsey View, 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952. *Art submissions become the property of The Monsey View and will not be returned.

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Mr. Manager, our factory is getting a lot of orders. I hired more workers.

Lately, our factory has been having problems with our reports, inventory is missing and information on the computer is wrong. We have to cut the workers’ hours so we can investigate the mistakes.

If you find anything suspicious, notify Gavriel.

It’s me, Tom, from the Matok Li chocolate factory. I wanted to thank you for your actions. Thanks to you, my factory is recovering. I’ll pay you double this time. You’ve done great work!

We’ll focus, work hard and succeed. We will yet overcome these strange obstacles.

Who is calling in middle of the night?

We gave it to Gavriel who said he would deal with it. Your father knows about it?

Remember that paper we found on the porch? It had a detailed map of the wiring of the factory. Maybe it’s connected to the problems the factory has been having lately.

I’m not sure because—

I must befriend the children. I think Avraham suspects me. I’ll give them some fine chocolate….

No! My father really relies on Gavriel. He’s the right person for this issue.

Recap: Avraham’s father wants to discuss the problems at the factory with Gavriel. The boys, who suspect the thief was someone on the inside, plan to meet at the clubhouse to figure out the mystery.


Brought to you by

YOEL GORALNIK Licensed Real Estate Salesperson with eRealtyAdvisors

845-288-3144 yoel1193@gmail.com

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NEW HEMPSTEAD THE MARKET:

There are currently five homes for sale in this area at an average price of $659,000. The most expensive home on the market is priced at $834,000 and the cheapest home at $435,000. Zip code: 10977 Area mileage: 1.68 square miles Overview: New Hempstead is a serene yet vibrant neighborhood featuring a lot of greenery, much diversity and a balance of privacy and friendliness among neighbors.

$834,999

$734,000

$650,000

$628,000

$435,000

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SALE HISTORY:

AREA TAXES:

In the past year, nine homes sold in the area at an average price of $501,000. The most expensive home in the area sold for $679,000 and the lowest sale price was $231,000.

You can expect to pay between $12,000 and $14,000 in annual taxes for a home in New Hempstead.

NEAREST SUPERMARKET:

NEIGHBORHOOD PARK:

Wesley Kosher Supermarket 455 Route 306 Monsey, NY 10952 Between 4 and 6 minutes by car Between 30 and 40 minutes by foot

Eugene Levy Memorial Park 920 Route 45 New City, NY 10956 Beautiful park with a lake, grassy areas, fields, bike paths, playstations and a stargazing platform. Between 3 and 5 minutes

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PROPERTY SIZES:

Properties in this area range from 0.5 to 0.8 of an acre.

8 6 5

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GETTING TO MAIN MONSEY:

Between 5 and 8 minutes by car. Between 40 minutes and 1 hour and 20 minutes by foot.

7 4 3

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AREA SHULS:

1. ‫אוהב שלום‬

18 Bridle Road

2. ‫בית מדרש תפילה‬ ‫למשה‬ 35 Brockton Road

3. ‫כנסת ישראל‬

698 Union Road

4. ‫ קהלת‬New

Hempstead

720 Union Road

5. ‫קהלת פרוזדור‬

8 Green Hill Lane

6. ‫קהל שיח יצחק‬

RESIDENT’S REVIEW:

“We like to think of New Hempstead as the ‘out of town’ section of Monsey; residents are exceptionally warm, welcoming and laid-back, with a strong sense of community. Yet we are very centrally located — right in the middle of main Monsey, Concord, Forshay, Pomona, Wesley Hills and New City. We wholeheartedly share in and contribute to neighborhood simchos with none of the pressure to keep up with the ‘in crowd.’”

36 Fairway Oval

7. ‫קהל בית שלמה‬ 10 Barrie Drive

8. ‫קהלת בני עליה‬

41 Pennington Way

9. ‫קהלת זכרון יצחק‬

108 McNamara Road

COMING NEXT TWO WEEKS!

POMONA | POMONA HEIGHTS Attention residents: If you’d like to share information of shuls in your area, neighborhood parks or to tell us what you love about living there, please email yoel1193@gmail.com.

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Classifieds FOR SALE 2007 CHRYSLER MINIVAN 113k Runs very well.$2,000 Call/text 347-524-6815 LOOKING TO PURCHASE toyota sienna or honda odessey minivan for a good price. Please call 848-2243456 MASTER BEDROOM SET

Beautiful master bedroom set in great condition for sale. Call or text 917.776.3422 for more information and for pictures. Price negotiable. BABY FURNITURE Beige crib, great price (845)538-6885 FURNITURE Master Bedroom set bridge full unit, 4 door Dining Room Breakfront $1300 OBO, Wrought Iron Coffee Table Please call: 845 376-4366 MASTER B/R AND D/R SET Very reasonable. Please call 845-459-2103. DINING ROOM FURNITURE China closet (845)535-1428 SOLID WOOD twin, with mattress. 845426-6447

ITALIAN MB SET Also China Closet:774-8239 2 FULL SIZE BEDS: Slightly used. Pillow top. Serta mattress with spring box and frame $850. call/text 8455870978 DINING ROOM TABLE 8 chairs and china closet Very good price 12 years old 8456594057 ITALIAN MBR DRESSER mirror and night table in excellent condition, $600 obo. (845) 538-6432 VICTORIAN STYLE floral print fabric couch and loveseat. amazing price! 917693-2442 SEFORIM SHANK solid wooden bookcase with moldings, 15 feet long, bottom doors, asking $1000, please call 845-262-0072 SFORIM SHANK please call 845-662-7055 MASTER BEDROOM 48” headboards. Armoire, dresser with mirror and night table. Excellent condition. 845-222-1305 PECAN COLORED wooden Bunkbed with 2 mattresses for sale, almost brand new. $450 845.548.2685

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// for sale // homes COUCH TURNS INTO 2 BEDS with 2 comfortable mattresses, used less than 2 years, Please call 3479884885. DINING ROOM FURNITURE new condition for great price. call 845-662-7055 WHITE FURNITURE armour with closed doors.8453232233 DINING ROOM and Master Bedroom furniture 845-659-2655 MASTER BEDROOM SET Canadian furniture pls call 845-587-2056 SAMSUNG s/s over the range microwave (not convection) in sealed box. 917.693.2442 KATE SPADE HOOP EARRINGS never worn. Please call 845.587.7207 DINI WIG: Never worn. Beautiful hair-dark color. Call/text 8455870978 BUGABOO ADAPTOR for graco car seat. Please call 845-263-2438. EXERCISE BIKE new condition, top quality Call: 356-0835

SEVERAL GIFT ITEMS and toys for sale.mostly new in box. 845-352-0810 UPPABABY CRUZ BASSINET Blue Color. 845-517-0838 NEW WOODEN TRAIN SET $45. New Linen set and pogo sticks for sale too. 845-3520810. SIMI’S CUT NEW SHAITEL natureal brandy medium brown. call 642-0162 or 425-0679 CAR SEATS & HI CHAIR’S new, at give away prices! Call 3479771993 INFANT CAR SEAT WITH BASE Only $85 845-213-7078 UPPABABY G-LUXE new in box. Uppababy g-luxe black stroller. $229. Please call 718-781-9283 MAXI COZI CAR SEAT and maxi taxi stroller in black $250. new call or text 8458264062 CLOTHING HANGERS 7 large boxes, assorted styles plastic $55 for the entire lot call 845-664-2109 TABLE SAW, price $200 OBO. Some other tools for sale as well. Please call 845-263-0259.

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MACLAREN DOUBLE Denim, Great condition, pls call: 845-478-4969

MAUVE/PINK PULL ON baby hay with fur Pom Pom. Please call 8453523043

STOKKE & MAMAS PAPAS still in box, very cheap price. Call 8453524136

$100 old navy/gap/ banana republic Reward money for STARS HIRING NOW: • $90

4 WINTER TIRES size 195/65R15 For $225 OBO. Please call 845-263-0259 GIFT CERTIFICATE at Supreme Laser for $1,000 selling for $800. Please call or text 845-274-1909. PASTEL OVERALL Pink 18m. $10. Call 718-7819283 DRONE still in box, built in camera, great for Purim, David 914260-6929 MATERNA stages 2 & 3.One for $25 Four for $90. Pls call 274-7572 if no answer leave msg. 2 NEW ECCO SHOES size46-47 cal l845-461-3084 TEFILLIN for a good price call 845-4613084 CANON ELPH 190 Refurb. $75 call: 3522182 YAMAHA PSR E453 for $195.00 845-426-3946. CAMELEON 3 new condition @ $600 and cameleon in used condition $350. Also, cameleon hood @ $39 and cameleon bunting and buggy board @ $55 each 929 251 3777

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HELP WANTED APT FOR RENT 1 bedroom apartment on Cedar Ln. 845-499-9926 2 BEDROOM APT Ideal for chassan kallah or senior couple. Please call 914714-5955 TWIN/ELM - 5 BEDROOM Includes playroom/pasach kitchen, 3 full Baths, section 8 ok, 845-275-3737 5 BEDROOM + playroom on Bluefiled dr. 845-499-9926 NEW 3 BEDROOM on N Rigaud 845-499-9926 4 ROOM APT. On Gwen Ln. for chosson Kalla 845-825-3007 SHABBOS RENTAL renovated 9 ½ bedrooms (20 beds) House in Center of Woodridge. Next to 2 Shuls/

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FOR RENT NEW OFFICE SPACE 600 Sq ft. For inquiries please call 845-738-6974 3 ROOM near Monsey Blvd. Available right away. Call 845-216-1005 BASEMENT ON BUTTERMAN PL. Approx. 1000 S.f. 8 1/2 Ft. ceiling unfinished bas. Pls call 978-571-9768 LARGE ROOM w/ full bathroom & plenty of closet space. Private entrance. Stetner St. No

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BOOKKEEPER WANTED F/T Min 5 yrs of exp. A/P, General ledger, report writing, reconciliations and payroll. Strong computer skills, Excel, Access & Crystal Reporting preferred. Excellent salary + benefits for the right candidate. Email resume hr@ cmadc.com. FULL TIME SECRETARIAL POSITION. in the Finance Department. Individual must be able to multi-task and have excellent organizational skills. competitive pay and great benefits. Complete training provided. Please email resume to availableposition12@gmail. com OFFICE POSITION Community Outreach Center, seeking female employee to assist client’s with government benefits. Needs to be personable

with office experience. Will train. Great potential. Email resume: HR@coconline.org FULL TIME OFFICE POSITION Attentive Behavior Care (Monsey) is looking for a committed, responsible and detail oriented individual to join our admin team. Must be knowledgeable in Microsoft Suite and quick to learn new software. Heimish office, great salary and benefits. For more information or to send a resume email info@ attentivebehavior.com or call 718-650-6540 x114 ADMINISTRATIVE ASST Min 2 yrs exp. computer proficient, organized and able to multi-task. Graphic design a plus. Send resume to hr@cmadc.com DETAIL-ORIENTED FEMALE with great phone skills for a Secretarial position in a heimish billing and collection agency. Will train. Hours from 10 to 4 New square area. email resume to info@thefaircapital.com BOOKKEEPING FIRM is looking to hire a detail oriented and self-motivated girl to fill a FT bookkeeping position. Email your resume to hiring10952@gmail.com SELF-DRIVEN HARDWORKING devoted person great communication skills (male preferred) for coordinating like position great


Hamaspik

Job

STARS HIRING NOW:

SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘fr a high functioning teenager every day between pm. Flexible about schedule. Looking for a male worker to help a young m a slight physical disability every morning from and evenings from 6-9PM. Looking for a female worker to accom physically disabled young girl every Sunday to appointment in Brooklyn. Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to wo disabled young woman. Former camp sim counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly ev Looking for an experienced mature woman t new mother with newborn care and light hous Looking for a girl to take out a young boy fr square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday aftern Looking for a female worker to work with a functioning teenager on weekends. Francis are Looking for girl to take out a young girl wit medical issues on Sundays. Individual shou g-tube experience or willing to train. Looking for a worker to take out a young bo square on Shabbos.

Hamaspik is looking to hire a Head-Staff for our After School and Sunday Respite Program.

The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our young adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a week, as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. For more information, please call 845-746-7254.

Master Faster is seeking a full time female Service Coordinator to join our team of dedicated employees.

Opportunities

GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY:

Candidate must be able to multi task, Must bePleasecreative, organized, preferred. Contact: difference. Driver’s license Esty Schonfeld have great communication skillP :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org and have great communication and be capable of working in a fast SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls forskills. our pace environment. Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled If interested, please email to Previous experience a plus. experience. Good Pay. Hours Sun. 9:45-2:00 or Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or callare 845-425-3421 Position available immediately.and leave a detail message Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a

PACE OPPORTUNITY:

Mon-Thurs 3:15-5:45.

Looking for a woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. servicecoordinatormonsey@gmail.com Job also involves some light housework. Please call 845503-0214.

Please submit resume to

contact our Comhab Coordinator at 8 If interested call Please 845-425-3421. 0240 or email tmermelstein@hamaspikrockl

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FT secretarial position available for girl in a well-established company located 25 minutes from Monsey. Prior office experience a plus, long term opportunity to a stable career for qualified individual. Candidate to have own transportation (we’ll reimburse for travel expenses) please email resume to hr@ superiorpackgroup.com NEW YORK LIFE Expanding Our Team. Individual Must Possess Sales Skills And Desire To

‫גוטע געלעגנהייט‬ !‫פאר היימישע איגעלייט‬ )Berry’s( ‫בערי’ס קאר סערוויס‬ ‫זוכט דרייווערס פאר גאר גוט‬ ‫ מען‬,‫ באקוועמע שעות‬,‫באצאלט‬ ‫קען נוצן די קאר אין אנדערע‬ ‫ לאזט‬845.999.1018 ‫שעות רופט‬ ‫א מעסעדזש‬ HEIMESH CAR SERVICE Berry’s looking for lady drivers. Please call 845.999.1018 and leave a clear a message. SECRETARIAL POSITION available at a billing and collection office. Hours 10 to 4 new square area. entry level okay. email resume to info@ thefaircapital.com

MONSEY OFFICE seeking temporary (for a few weeks) f/t secretary. Phone skills, computer literacy and office experience required. Fax resume to 845-400-1002

oriented • Computer Savvy • Proficient in Excel Marketing training provided Email resume: monseyecommerce@gmail. com

HEIMISHE MOSED looking for a full time secretary. Must have previous experience with good communication skills. Please email resume to heimishoffice@gmail.co

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BOOKKEEPING FIRM looking to hire a detailed oriented and self-motivated girl to fill a FT bookkeeping position. Email your resume to hiring10952@gmail.com

EXPERIENCED GRAPHIC DESIGNER Seeking a creative & talented graphic designer to join our team. email resume and portfolio to monseygraphics10952@ gmail.com

MONSEY E-COMMERCE COMPANY Marketing Position • Good Writing Skills • Detail

GROCERY SEEKING Responsible energetic,efficient person to put together orders.early

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// help wanted // babysitting // service

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Gutter Guard Installation

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Cleaning and Repirs

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PRINCIPAL POSITION OPENING An established chasidishe girl’s school in Monsey is seeking a principal for the high-school English department with a high standard. Please fax in your resume to: 845-746-9072. morning/full time/part time. call 845-642-0162 or 845425-0679 leave message. MEDICAL SUPPLY STORE seeking woman for customer service, full time, with potential of promotion. Managerial skills and computer knowledge necessary. Email resume: jobopportunities120@gmail. com Fax: 845-425-5550. P/T SALESGIRL basic computer knowledge. data entry .ppl and phone skills.willing to train .hrs needed Sundays 11:30 to 6 Mon to Thurs 2 to 6..text or call 917-549-7449 HELP WANTED to assist in responsibilities in a high class retail store. Work includes but not limited to sales help, unpacking shipments, packing up items for customers. Must be available Sundays and afternoons. Please call 845-459-5565, or email shloime845@gmail.com HELP WANTED Looking for Sales Lady / girl to assist in Sales and responsibilities in a high class retail store. Work includes but not limited to sales help, unpacking

shipments, packing up items for customers, must be responsible, fast paced, detail-oriented, energetic, must be available Sundays and afternoons please call 845-459-5565 and leave VM, or email shloime845@gmail. com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ SECRETARY willing to train, great potential for growth Company located 10 mins from Monsey seeking full time employee. Looking for motivated, detail oriented individual that wants to grow and help expand. Starting salary $15.00. REBBE POSITION Looking for a warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach Pre-1A Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Excellent opportunity. Please call 845.352.8470. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016 HAMASPIK OF ORANGE COUNTY Early Intervention Department is looking for a

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speech language pathologist please email resume to Klar@ hamaspikorange.org BUILD YOUR CAREER WITH CONFIDENCE & COMMITMENT AT CHESED 24/7 Women’s Day Hab – Great Opportunity: Motivated, patient and dedicated staff needed for this enjoyable and stimulating position. Hours 9am-4pm, Friday till 1pm. Opportunities for growth. Call 845-354-3233 ext. 1121 or email efeder@chesed247.org. GROUP HOME high-functioning young women group home looking for full-time staff. Must drive. Schedule includes 7:30-9:30am and 3:309:30pm, plus weekend shifts. Excellent paid time off benefits. Contact us to find out how YOU can make a difference in the lives of people with developmental disabilities. Call 845-3543233 ext. 1121 or email efeder@chesed247.org. LICENSED SOCIAL WORKER who is interested in working in a school-based setting under the CEC program. Yiddish speaking a plus. Please email resume to abremedial@gmail.com

SKILLS FOR SUCCESS looking to hire motivated female with high school diploma to work afternoons or evenings doing ABA. Training provided. (845) 327-7111 EIGHTH GRADE CHUMASH teacher/mechaneches position, starting immediately. Hours 9:0011:10. Call 845-558-7790 CAPABLE SUBS for Elementary and Junior High Departments at a local girls’ school. Good pay. Please call: Grades 1-6 Yiddish: 845376-4446 Grades 1-8 English: 845-304-9391 LOCAL GIRLS’ SCHOOL looking for 2nd Grade assistant. Good pay. Great environment. Please call: 347-799-8746 SEEKING BABYSITTER Mon.-Thurs. 2:00 – 4:00 in my home Horton/ Bates area 845 425 4565 BABYSITTER WANTED Looking for a babysitter for 3 babies in an office setting in Pomona from 10-4. Own transportation needed. You can bring your own baby. Please call 845-659-6287. If no answer leave a message.


es FRUM LADY once a week to help out with laundry, cooking, mending, and light cleaning. $15 an hour, near Kiryas Radin. 845 548 0457.

BABYSITTING BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272

playroom, a few more slots available. Ages 18-24 months. Starting July 1st 845.362.2599 or 845.499.6473. WARM HEIMISHE BABYSITTER currently accepting overnights and weeklies. Loads of toys and undivided attention. 845-263-4529

SERVICES

BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016.

CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula

EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER Babysitting group on West Side Avenue, private park, big

CHILDBIRTH CLASSES Prepare with Confidence, Hashkofe, Relaxation,

Hamaspik

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Breathing @ Exercise. Shevy Feder 845-352-1579

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DASSY PHOTOGRAPHY Newborns, Upsherin, family portraits and more. Professional editing! Free digital album! Gift certificates available too. (845)-517-9920/(845)-5040934

GRAPHIC DESIGNER available for all your graphic needs. Photo editing for Amazon etc. Call 914-6238072

GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281 SHAIMOS

We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 TURNING 65? Medicare Supplement Insurance – advice and sales. Mrs. R. Schwartz- licensed

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Opportunities

SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE Hamaspik of Rockland County WORKERS:

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Classifieds Hamaspik

Job

// services // odds & ends

Opportunities

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Master faster currently has a position available for a social skills group female teacher in Monroe. Monday thru Thursday 3:15-5:45. Special Ed Experience required .

Please email your resume to r.tennenbaum@masterfaster.org or call (845)477-5000 x109

‫מיין פלאץ‬ Every kid is one caring adult away from success! New small groups forming now in exercise , music and extracurricular. For more info please call us at (845) 520-5445 PEARL RESTRINGING

Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845-352-5013 PROFESSIONAL ALTERATIONS honest and reliable service, located in Suzzane area. call or text Esty Krauss 845-6625931 ‫מיין היים‬ Every orphan is one warm caring family away from success! Guidance, support, financial aid, legalities and

halacha for warm families seeking to adopt healthy young and older boys. For more information please call us at (845) 520-5445 ATTENTION MOTHERS Are your children’s books getting ripped up and dirty? BOOKS FOR KEEPS will repair them to last a lifetime! Each page protected in a plastic and a new strong cover! 347-721-4403 SPEAKERS TO RENT for all your Simches & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.579.5467 PURIM SALE Huge selection: bags, containers, hats. + Tons necklaces for dressup. Discount prices. Proceed for Tzeduka. Mon. $ Tues. Feb.

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12-13 1 Cleveland Ave. – New Square – 354-9161

Call for FREE 1 Month Supply! 917-681-0003

HEALING STONES SET necklace - bracelet to relieve teething pain, boost immune, and improve skin (eczema) in babies, 718.963.0122. We ship

OUTDOOR GARBAGE CANS 65 Gallon $64, 95 Gallon Available Free Delivery 845372-6000

THE BALLOON CORNER Helium balloons for all your occasions. We accomodate late night calls. Viola area. 845- 596-0375

PAPER GOODS BY THE CASE Free Delivery. Cuties Diapers: $28.99 a case. Free Delivery. 845-372-6000

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HIRING DRG claims management based in Brooklyn is opening a new branch in Monsey, and looking to hire a full-time staff member Position Mission: • To assist and supervise audit support team in performing account management and data functions. • Maintain quality assurance protocols to ensure timeliness and accuracy of procedures, and in communications that promote and protect positive relationships between health plans and providers, and between internal staff and clients • Promote and preserve company priorities of client service, revenue stream and data integrity.

Looking for a “sign language” interpreter who is fluent in English and Yiddish to work with a 5 year old special needs girl in a school setting. Please contact 845-774-0332

Ideal candidate qualification requirements: • Strong knowledge in Microsoft windows environment • The ability to communicate effectively orally and written in a concise, goal-oriented manner. • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail with emphasis on prioritizing time sensitive tasks • Self- starter, willing to take on multiple tasks

5 ‫ צי ארבייטן מיט א‬,‫פליסיג אין אידיש אין ענגליש‬ ‫יעריגע מיידל מיט ספעציעלע געברויכן אין א סקול‬ ‫אטמאספערע‬

Previous experience in the field will definitely count.

845-774-0332 :‫ביטע ריפט‬

Please send resume and cover sheet to jklein@drgclaims.com

TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 VOICE / SINGING LESSONS By Renowned Vocal Rehab Specialist Shlomo Holtzberg MS SLP 845-558-1347 MonseyVoiceLessons@Gmail. com GUITAR LESSONS Experienced instructor will teach women and girls how to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 845-356-1113 CALMER & EASIER Taharas Hamishpacha review or Kallah class specializing in anxiety,water phobia etc References upon request Keila Kenner 718 637 4096

“sign language” interpreter ‫עס ווערט געזוכט א‬

SEW N’ STYLE ACADEMY Beginners, intermediate, private classes. Call or text for details: 845-531-3232 or email : sewnstyleacademy@ gmail.com

HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES for all occasions - Main Street area. For appointments call Esty at 845 356-0767 or 587-6863

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

ODDS AND ENDS

STOP THE PAIN Stressful thoughts lead to pain and illness. Get Relief over the Phone Certified Advanced EFT Practitioner. Call: (845)368-4524 RuthiBackenroth@EFTaction. com

Shalom Bayis Hotline. Call 845-422-7956 for more info. TORAHANYTIME.COM 50,000+ lectures | 500+ speakers | Video and Audio | ALL for FREE | Download the App!

GROUP FORMING re: new utility meters, for those seriously interested in joining process to address risks such as reported to Senator. 845-445-0435

STRUGGLING W/ BAD HABITS? OCD, food, alcohol, computer. Frum counselor with experience, references, results. Free consultation, 845-393-1529.

HEIMISH YOUNG COUPLE looking to adopt baby/young child. Text/call 347-461-1914

HASHEM ECHAD HOTLINE 917 979 8800

FREE LIVE TELECONFERENCE Thurs. Feb 15 9:00 p.m. Previous recordings from well-known speakers on our

NIGHTLY TEHILLIM and learning for women. Call @ 10:15 for Tehillim and 10:25 to learn Adorned with Dignity. 641 715 0861. Pin 925

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Classifieds Hamaspik

Job

STARS HIRING NOW:

Opportunities

SEEKING COMHAB/RESPITE WORKERS: Looking for a male comhab worker to be a ‘friend’ for a high functioning teenager every day between 3 and 10 pm. Flexible about schedule. Looking for a male worker to help a young man with a slight physical disability every morning from 6-8 AM and evenings from 6-9PM. Looking for a female worker to accompany a physically disabled young girl every Sunday to a therapy appointment in Brooklyn. Looking for a fun-loving girl that wants to work with a disabled young woman. Former camp simcha/hasc counselor preferred. Weekends and possibly every day. Looking for an experienced mature woman to assist a new mother with newborn care and light housekeeping. Looking for a girl to take out a young boy from new square on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon. Looking for a female worker to work with a very low functioning teenager on weekends. Francis area. Looking for girl to take out a young girl with lots of medical issues on Sundays. Individual should have g-tube experience or willing to train. Looking for a worker to take out a young boy in new square on Shabbos.

ATTENTION STAY AT HOME MOMS: YOUR HOME! YOUR TIME! YOUR SCHEDULE! Did you know that you can provide ComHab services during the afternoon, evening, and weekend hours in the comfort of your own home? Earn a salary and gain GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY: tremendous satisfaction knowing you are making a Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a . Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: Provide one on one training difference difference in people’s lives. Esty Schonfeld P :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org for young ladies in the community! They can help with SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM: laundry, cooking, and various household chores! Hamaspik is currently hiring high school girls for our

The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 18+) or post-seminary girls to work with our young adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a week, as they enjoy exciting educational and therapeutic activities and outings. Enjoy a fun work environment and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— plus, great pay! Driver’s license required. For more information, please call 845-746-7254.

Sunday Respite Program A rewarding and fun-filled experience. Good Pay. If interested, please email to Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-425-3421 and leave a detail message

Please call 845-503-0240 to find out how to get started.

PACE OPPORTUNITY:

ACHOSI KALLAH SHIURIM for post seminary girls and married women: 515 604 9676 Pin 653766 pound, select 1-6pound

Looking for a woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. Job also involves some light housework. Please call 845503-0214.

WANTED COAT RACKS Lshem Mitzva for a school

Please contact our Comhab Coordinator at 845-503Gmach. 845-2220240 oruniform email tmermelstein@hamaspikrockland.org

HEIMISHE MOISED is seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100 TRANSFORM! Live life stress free, blissfully!! Iyh thurs. @10:00 a.m. 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 641 7150709 pin 549732 ref 1-73

GEMACHIM MATERNITY COAT GEMACH New 100% down maternity coats. Sizes small-med-large. first come first serve. Call/ text 845-521-2912 for more info. Located in chestnut ridge

1305. Tizku lmitzvos. DVD GEMACH for women only. My phone # is 8456427852, 12 patricia lane. BENCHERS Great for Shabbos Sheva Bruchos/Aufruf : call anytime 845-642-0910 DONATE YOUR USED HAT Please call 845-517-0838. MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. MODEST HOSPITAL GOWN 7 Hammond St 845-426-4659 For other locations Call Mrs. Gertner: 845-425-8687

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// odds & ends // gemachim // dresses & DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1 BABY CHASUNA GOWNS Brand new, Adorable baby gowns and 2 pieces. Few sizes colors and styles. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. Call 425-3049 MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 for an appointment. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. Call early to reserve. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. ‎ OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com BRIS GEMACH Located on Rt. 306 call 845352-3013 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.’ ‫לע”נ ר חיים זאנוויל בן‬ ‫ר’ משה‬

SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513 GEMACH Tablecloths for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 PIDYON HABEN zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-4261681 845-642-7256 FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536.” ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! BECHER GEMACH Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. (Minimal fee).


& gowns DRESS/GOWNS NEW! LITTLE ROYALTY! An affordable rental right here in monsey. Girls gowns size 18 months - size 20. We also carry plus sizes. Boys simcha outfits and suits 12 months-size 8. Please call: 845-535-1755 Kleinfeld kallah gown Magnificent custom gown for sale. Please call 347.549.7268 Sister of bride Beautiful gold and black, sister of bride, pink label dress for sale call 347.549.7268 Exclusive sister of bride gown Magnificent blue and cream gown size 4-6 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 cream and blush size 0-2 call: 845-352-0069 Size 8 Valentino ball gown skirt Cobalt/black Call: 3560835 Black/white lace dres Approximate size 14. (I have xtra fabric if needed) Call: 347-374-1418 Size 0-2 Worn once 845-5781936 black & white lace gown size 6-8 for sale please call 845641-4143 young machetenista dress approx. size 10 for sale 845352-7840 wedding dress black and white size 4-6 cocktail length for rent. 845-425-3827 2 cream colored gowns for teens and 2 pink gowns girls sizes 8-10 and 14-16 call: 845352-0069 Navy and off white wedding dress size 8 for rent. Call 352-3040 burgundy & black gown size 0 for sale please call 845-6414143 Pink and cream gown size 6.Please call (845)274-2730 or 845-425-1382 Black Maternity Gown Size S. Call 845-263-7937

Off White and champagne dress this season, sz 4-6 for rent $ 225 call or txt 845664-5139 Pink/mauve floral for sale. Size 6-8. Used once. $300 please call: 845 293-0663 NEW SZ 2-4 for sale. black & turquoise. only $150! 646856-5498

Hamaspik

Job

:‫סקול מיידלעך‬-‫אכטונג היי‬ ‫זוכט איר אנצופולן די שעות אינדרויסן סקול מיט‬ STARS HIRING‫תוכן‬ NOW: blush and light grey dress sz ?‫און סיפוק‬ 4-6 , rent $200 call or txt 845The STARS program is now hiring 12th Grade (age 664-5139 ‫האט איר א געשמאק צו העלפן קינדערלעך מיט‬ black and off white gown ?‫געברויכן‬ 18+) orsizepost-seminary girls to‫ספעציעלע‬ work with our young Blush pink gown size 4-6. Call now: 929 238 5487

4 for rent call 845-274-5202

adult students 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the evening, 1-2 times a ‫שולע און זונטאג "רעספיט" פראגראמען‬-‫המספיק נאך‬ week, as they enjoy !‫מיטגלידער‬ exciting‫שטאב‬ educational ‫יעצט אויף נאך‬and ‫נעמען‬therapeutic black and white gown for and outings. .‫ נאכמיטאג‬2:00 ‫אינדערפרי ביז‬ 10:00 ‫רעספיט" איז‬ ‫"זונטאג‬ activities Enjoy a fun work environment rent. Call or text 845-538.3:45-5:45 ‫שולע רעספיט" איז מאנטאג ביז דאנערשטאג‬-‫"נאך‬ 7532 and gratifying work as you positively impact lives— Burgundy velvet top & floral ‫און גוט‬license ,‫ מלא סיפוק‬,‫אטמאספערע‬ ‫געשמאקע‬ skirt for rent good price plus, great pay!.‫באצאלט‬ Driver’s required. call/txt 274-2079 ,‫רופט נאך היינט מיט אייער אינפארמאציע‬ ForGown more Black Maternity For information, please call 845-746-7254. adult size 4,6, 8-10, for rent, dressrental3207@gmail.com call 845-425-3207

845-425-3421

sale, Size S. Call 845-263-7937

GIRLS DAY HAB OPPORTUNITY:

MIRI DESIGNER GOWN black and metallic gold and silver size 10-12 please call 845-596-7727

Join our Fabulous team of staff who make a difference. Driver’s license preferred. Please Contact: Black and white size 2-4 and Gown for rent medium blue ivory gown w fur @ $25 and 8-10. For rent 845-425-3549. and gold. size 6-8. For more Esty Schonfeldteen approx 6 $150. 371-1765 info. please call 845.274.5602 Maternity Machetenista maternity dress sz.M for rent :845-425-5011 E: Eschonfeld@hamaspikrockland.org Dress BlackP and Silver. Size call 347-432-6669 Mechtenista Gown Sz 12 774 Small. 845-425-4578.

light color gowns for sale size 00,0,2 and childrens gowns size 12, 8,5 and 18 months Call 845-642-4968

size 8/10 black wedding or tenoyim dress for rent. Call 845-422-0125 or 845-6949573

SUNDAY RESPITE PROGRAM:

8719 black and gold gown size 8 to sell . Call 362 8264

and green girls dress for for our Hamaspik isPink/Blush currently hiring highwhite school gown size 4/6 sale-size 2-4. Please call/text designer Kleinfeld gown PleaseProgram call 845-352-1650 A rewarding 845-269-8649.and fun-filled Respite White tulleSunday with blush lining. Ivory gown size 6-8. Please Black and gold size 8 gown. clear sequins.8453232233 experience. Good Pay. If interested, call or text 845-323-2434 Call or text please 845 729 6645.email to girls size 14 silver & white black and white velvet and black gown size 4 to sell .call gown Pls call.8453232233 Respitegirls@hamaspikrockland.org call 845-425-3421 lace gown for rent, size 4-6. 845or 596 3406 off white dress size 4-6 for Please call 845-608-0009 ivory wedding gown size 8. and leave a detail message sale/rent 356-6215 wedding/tenoyim dress to Please call 845 729 6645 chasuna dress to rent or sell? Call 659-8753 We will do it for you

rent. Please call 426-7460

PACE OPPORTUNITY: Gown for sale Cocktail

Black wedding dress size 12 for married sister very slenderizing Call 426-1291.

Size 16 Ladies. Worn Looking for alength. woman/girl to help a low functioning 5 once. 845-596-1636. black and white Maternity 2 blush gowns Worn once size dress for rent. For more info year old girl, every evening, from about 8:00-10:00 P.M. Ivory and gold gown sz 4-5 10 &12. Plz call 8453529582 call 845.376.3412 kids to rent for $25, kids 14 Job also involves some light housework. Please call 845503-0214. euro design sz 4 blk white dress 371 0422

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Classifieds

// dresses & gowns // lost & found

Swimming Lessons Available!

LOST black evening bag with a gold bow. 845-281-8168 rabbeinu tam tefillin with initials mem zoyen gimmel 352 6930 diamond bracelet in Suzanne area. Please call 845-6089232

FOUND Pair of children’s blue eyeglasses on Dorset Rd. 845 356 3050 Table pad for glass top dining table recently purchased in Mahwah recently please call 201-236-9625. Lady’s leather gloves in La Familia taxi name kupferman. Call 845 425 7315 watch on Collins ave spring valley 845 587 1011 Silver chain Rosh Hashana time on Albert Drive 845 587 1011 diamond bracelet in Ateres Charna 845.597.7577 black velvet ladies gloves @ 229 Maple Ave. 425-2284 gold ring with diamonds outside evergreen end of summer. 917 224 4474 Left at my door on Nancy Lane new game “Shpiel Mit

Mir” from Mitzvah Family. (845) 356-2714 one black leather men glove a few weeks ago. Maple corner herrick area. 845-521-9712 case of gefen olive oil in trunk on Sunday Jan 21 426-1595 cash a few months ago on park lane 845.426.2131 cash on kaufman ct. 845.426.2131 ring by corner Augusta and Grove. Hearts and blue stones 371-3379 Black skirt on Adar Ct. 845213-9446 pair of mens leather gloves in la familia taxi. Call 274-2079

Rowenta Steamer for Suits and Dresses Call at night only: 845-371-2108

Ami Bina Mishpacha magazines Please call 845 425 9020

box of twin girls clothing approx. size 3-4. Please call 347-633-5553

single high riser bed and a set of 6 dining room chairs 845 826 6861

Simons baby crib with mattress in mint condition. Please call 845 548 1690

queen bed with box and mattress storage in headboard, round kitchen table38x34 4 chairs, stereo with tape deck only takes tapes tall walnut bookcase 6 shelves call 201-236-9625

off white trio mirror for long chest or wall hanging. Please call 845 548 1690 Boxes for moving 845-3562430 Box Shtern/Blitz. Call (845) 356-2714

Classified ads that do not advertise a service are currently free for our readers, as long as the following criteria are met.

money in Monsey Glatt parking lot, two months ago. 845-263-5853

Classified ads must be emailed or texted to classifieds@themonseyview.com - in the body of the email, not as an attachment.

Down quilt on my door on Samlaw Drive. 425 4620

The entire body of the ad should be written in one paragraph. Do not “enter” between sentences.

by my door on francis bag with mazel tov choc. Key chains cd and 2 ice creams 9 months ago 426-2529 marroon headband in a la familia taxi about 4 weeks ago. 845-274-5141

FREE GIVEAWAYS

Include two words for the heading and a maximum of twenty words for the body.

Use standard text only – no all caps. Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting. Do not fax any free classifieds. There’s a maximum of two free classifieds per person per week. A classified ad that doesn’t meet the above conditions will be automatically rejected. The Monsey View reserves the right to omit or cut words from any free classified ads without confirmation. ***** We do not give confirmations for free classified ads. *****

selection of new ‫גמרות – דפוס‬ ‫ חתם סופר‬Call: 354-9161 U-shaped office table please call 929-266-3898

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2 size 14 chalaten, Navy size 10 ladies Chasunah Dress 371-9049

Classified ad deadline is Monday at 12:00 pm. No exceptions. *****

For inquiries about PAID classifieds, feel free to contact The Monsey View.


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‫שבת שירה ובר מצוה בחצר הקודש מונקאטש בעיירת מונקאטש‬

‫שמחת החתונה לנכד האדמו"ר משינאווע‬

‫הנהלת כולל שומרי החומות לצדקת רבי מאיר בעל הנס בביקור אצל האדמו"ר מסקווירא ורבני מאנסי לקראת הדינער במאנסי‬

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13-MONTH CD

1.82

% APY*

*1.82% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) available for a 13-month CD only. APY is effective as of November 21, 2017, and is subject to change without notice. $1,000 minimum balance to open the account and to obtain stated APY. New money only. All terms will automatically renew at the current NECB 12-month CD term and prevailing interest rate. IRA CDs are also eligible. This is a limited time offer and may be withdrawn at any time. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal.

SUPER STATEMENT SAVINGS

1.26

%

APY**

**1.26% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) and the 1.25% interest rate is effective as of November 21, 2017. $1,000 minimum balance to open the account and to obtain stated APY. New money only. Offer is subject to change at any time without notice. Fees could reduce earnings on this account. No maximum deposit limit. Interest rate may convert to prevailing Statement Savings interest rate after October 30, 2018.

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

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‫חמשה עשר בשבט בחצרות הקודש‬

‫פארשעי‬

‫דעלאטין‬

‫ניקלשבורג‬

‫סיקסא‬

‫סטאניסלאוו‬

‫האדמו"ר מטאפלאשאן אין ישיבה תורה וחסד‬

‫האדמו"ר מצאנז אין יוניאן סיטי‬

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‫בס"ד‬

Ramapo Tires

158 Rt. 59 - Monsey NY 10952

914-712-8473

‫גדלי' וויינבערגער‬


‫צענטראלע שבע ברכות אין קהלת פאפא מאנסי‬

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‫שמחת נישואי נכד האדמו"ר מפאפא‬ ‫חתונה פון אן אייניקל פון האדמו״ר מפאפא‪ ,‬החתן בן אב"ד פאפא מאנסי וחתן האדמו״ר מסטראזניץ‪,‬‬ ‫עב״ג הכלה בת הרה״צ ר׳ איתמר ראזענבוים בן האדמו״ר מסטראזניץ וחתן אב״ד סאלקא‬


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‫מסיבה לטובת השלמת ביהמ"ד אמרי חן דעלאטין‬

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‫כינוס כללי השנתי ומלוה מלכה רבתי 'גם אני מצטרף' לטובת ביהמ"ד סאטמאר מאנסי‬

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‫סיום מסכת בבא קמא ע"י שיעור של הרה"ג ר' יוסף נחמן מאשינסקי בבית המדרש דזיקוב מעליץ‬

‫מלוה מלכה השנתית און סיום משניות אין ביהמ"ד קאלביסוב‬

‫מלוה מלכה לטובת ביהמ"ד חוליוב במאנסי‬

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‫חמשה עשר בשבט בצל האדמו"ר מצאנז פאר תלמידי ת"ת צאנז מאנסי‪ ,‬ב"פ און יוניאן סיטי‬


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Wesley Hills

Monsey

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SUNDAY, APRIL 29 February 11, 2018 ‫כ״ו שבט תשע״ח‬ Atrium Grand Ballroom // 5:30pm Reception // 6:30pm Program 

Honoring Bernard Englard Shea Goldenberg Shmuel Horowitz Uri Kirschner Shimon Levi Moshe Levitin Avrum Sh. Mendlovic Tovia Mermelstein Abraham Rosenberg

Hatzolas Nefashos Awardees

Naftoli Silberberg Yehuda Wagner

Board of Directors

tel

845-425-8979

fax

845-425-2213

www.monseyhatzoloh.org

Doctor of the Year Dr. Mark Geller president and chief executive officer nyack hospital

Guest Speaker Rabbi Zecharya Wallerstein founder

& director of ohr naava

Campaign Chairman SIMCHA LEVI MECHEL TAUBER Journal Chairman


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Anniversary Celebration

It's been an unbelievable quarter century together with you!

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