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I would like to make the Monsey community aware of a serious halachic issue that may come up when purchasing Costco’s delicious fruit. Just last week, I came home with bag-loads of stuff only to notice a label on the package of clementines reading “Product of Israel.” Being aware of halachic problems with produce from Israel even not during shemitah years, I was sure to return it right away. Eating it is one problem, but discarding fruit or peels is yet another serious shailah. Please shop responsibly, look out for that label and enjoy your fruits! Much hatzlacha, C.W. THE MONSEY VIEW RESPONDS: We have looked into the matter. As per the OU, the clementines from the company Mehadrin are okay to use; terumos and maasros have been taken.
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(Re: The Monsey Eruv, Issue 149) I would like to express my immense feelings of gratitude to the Vaad H’Eiruv for completing, this past winter, the section of the eruv that encompasses my home. I moved to Pinebrook Road almost four years ago with no eruv. Not being able to carry on Shabbos was very difficult. I remember being locked out one week when we had guests, unable to take the key from a neighbor due to the lack of an eruv. I’m well aware of the technical and legal challenges that, at times, seemed insurmountable. Yet, with the help of Hashem, it was miraculously pulled off! This was positive news emerging from among all the hate and bigotry that surrounded this case. Kudos to you and the legal team involved. May Hashem continue sending you success in all of your endeavors. Sincerely, R.P.
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I wonder whether this is common or unusual: I almost never feel hungry or get hunger pangs. Therefore, I usually eat when it is time for a meal, such as brunch or supper, even without feeling hungry, or I eat when I feel like my brain needs food. And of course there’s the occasional noshing when I crave something good. Overall, it would seem like not feeling hunger is a good thing, but when it comes to weight management, it’s annoying because I’m eating out of logic rather than hunger when I know that I need food. I wonder what your take is on this — does this mean my body is not burning calories properly and that my metabolism is not functioning as it should? I’m in my mid-twenties, and this has been going on for at least the past five years. Thank you, (Almost) Never Hungry
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INSPIRING STORIES OF TZADIKIM during the war years abound. Their stories are all very different, but a common thread runs through them: consistency in avodas Hashem. No matter where they were or what they endured, they made sure to perform every mitzvah they possibly could. When he was the Rav of Satmar before the war, the Satmar Rebbe, zt”l, undertook to fast every Monday and Thursday. Amazingly, despite the scarcity of food, he continued this practice even in BergenBelsen. The Klausenberger Rebbe, zt”l, did not miss hakafos on Simchas Torah in Auschwitz; he had only a few pages of mishnayos in place of a sefer Torah, he had a simple wooden stool instead of a bimah, and the Rebbe had been so badly beaten that he could barely walk, yet he limped around the stool with mishnayos in hand on Simchas Torah in Auschwitz. The Bobover Rebbe, R’ Bentzion, zt”l, was fleeing with his family from Bobov after the Nazis, yemach shemom, had invaded Poland and were advancing east. After they had traveled for quite some time, some members of the group informed the Rebbe’s son, Reb Shloime, that they were extremely hungry and were finding it difficult to keep walking without nourishment. R’ Shloime apprised his father of their condition, and he agreed that under the circumstances they would have no choice but to eat before davening — but he insisted that they should walk just a little further in the hopes of finding water. After all, the Rebbe noted, just because they had to eat before davening did not mean they had to eat without washing, and they might yet find water. A few moments later, they did indeed pass a stream and were able to wash. It says in this week’s parsha, “Vaya’as kein Aharon… — And Aharon did so; he lit the lamps toward the face of the menorah, just as Hashem had commanded Moshe” (Bamidbar 8:3). Rashi, citing the Sifrei (1:5), says that Aharon’s praise is that he did not deviate [from Hashem’s command]. One might wonder why it is considered especially praiseworthy that Aharon did exactly as Hashem had commanded him. After all, this is what we would expect from a tzadik, espe-
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cially one of Aharon Hakohen’s caliber. Being perfectly consistent in the performance of a mitzvah over a long period of time, even one that may not appear difficult to do, such as lighting the menorah, is extremely challenging. It takes tremendous strength and dedication. Life has ups and downs, and no person escapes dark times of suffering. Being steady in the performance of mitzvos during such times takes great effort. Consistency in avodas Hashem takes great effort, but it also takes planning. The Satmar Rebbe, R’ Yoel, zechuso yugein aleinu, surely lit Chanukah licht each year. Certainly it was not difficult for him to do so in Williamsburg, and his having done so there does not reveal the depths of his greatness. The challenge arose in Bergen-Belsen. The Rebbe planned ahead long in advance, bribing the camp officials for oil, wicks and cups, which he buried near the fence in anticipation of Chanukah. Being consistent in our avodas Hashem is something that takes great dedication, effort and planning. It means foreseeing difficulties and having contingency plans in place. A person may decide to say a certain amount of Tehillim every day, and for a while it might not be such a challenge. However, over the course of a lifetime, it is inevitable that major obstacles will arise. Perhaps they will be hospitalized at some point. If they did not have their Tehillim with them, will they make sure to have someone bring one? If they were extremely scrupulous to make sure that no day ever be skipped, perhaps they planned ahead and memorized many kapitlach of Tehillim. We may not realize it, but it is consistency in performing mitzvos at all times and in all circumstances that is the hallmark of tzadikim. “He laid tefillin every day, even in communist Russia…” “He chopped the ice in the river so that he could immerse in the mikvah…” “He fasted every Monday and Thursday, even in Bergen-Belsen…” May we all learn from the example of Aharon Hakohen and make every effort to be consistent in every aspect of our avodas Hashem, and may this be our praise.
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Accidental Poisoning Death a Reminder to Keep Dangerous Substances Far Out of Reach of Children THE TRAGIC DEATH of a 4-year-old Kiryas Yoel boy who was poisoned after accidentally ingesting rust stain remover has brought renewed calls for vigilance when storing dangerous household chemicals. VIN News reported that the boy was found with a bottle of Whink Rust Stain Remover, whose brown plastic bottle closely resembles a bottle of chocolate syrup. The child was rushed to Orange Regional Medical Center, before being transported to Westchester Medical Center where doctors were unable to save him. After being alerted to the incident by Kiryas Yoel school
superintendent Joel Petlin, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission said that it would be investigating if the product in question falls under its jurisdiction. Expressing his sorrow over the devastating accident, Monroe supervisor Harley Doles said that numerous parents have contacted Whinkâ€™s manufacturer, the Rustoleum company, and asked them to change the productâ€™s packaging. Whink does have a child safety cap and is clearly labeled as highly toxic. As always, parents are reminded not to keep dangerous cleaning products in areas that are accessible to children in order to prevent future tragedies.
Minor Earthquake Hits Near New Square AN EARTHQUAKE so mild it was likely not felt by anyone hit Hillcrest last Friday afternoon. According to The Journal News, the 1.8 magnitude earthquake had a depth of approximately three miles and was recorded at 4:22 p.m. by the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, located near the New York-New Jersey border. Quakes that fall below 2.5 magnitude typically pass unnoticed.
The last earthquake to hit Rockland County was also a minor one, hitting Hillburn and Sloatsburg in January 2016 and registering a magnitude of 2.1 on the Richter scale. The most recent significant earthquake felt in our area took place in April 2011 when a 5.8 magnitude quake with an epicenter in Richmond, Virginia, was felt as far north as the Monsey area.
Turtle Advisory Issued for Motorists POLICE IN TWO DIFFERENT Rockland County towns have been warning drivers to use caution because of tortoises that have been found on area roadways. Ramapo Daily Voice reported that tortoises have been seen traveling slowly across Western Highway in Blauvelt near the West Nyack border. According to The Journal News, a second incident had police responding to a report of a tortoise blocking a road in Haverstraw. This time of year is egg-laying season for local turtles, advised the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, with the animals crossing roads in order to find sandy patches or loose soil where they can lay their eggs. Thousands of turtles are reportedly killed each year by cars. Police are advising drivers to be on the lookout for turtles on the roadway and cautioning anyone who has to move a tortoise to pick it up by holding the sides, near the back of the shell, and not by the tail, which can cause spinal damage.
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EVERY MISHNAH in Pirkei Avos is filled with wisdom. It is difficult to find only one pshat to explain the entire mishnah. However, the main objective is not only to keep looking for another beautiful pshat, but rather to find within each mishnah some practical guidance that will help each of us become a better Yid today. In this week’s portion, in Perek Beis, Mishna 14, it is written: “He said to them: Go and seek which is the worst and most evil path that a person should avoid. Rabi Eliezer said: An evil eye. Rabi Yehoshua said: An evil friend. Rabi Yosi said: An evil neighbor. Rabi Shimon said: To borrow and not to repay, for one who borrows from man is as one who borrows from Hashem, as is stated, ‘The wicked man
borrows and does not repay, but the righteous One is benevolent and gives’ (Tehillim 37:21). Rabi Elazar said: An evil heart. He said to them: I see the words of Rabbi Elazar ben Arach [as better than] all of yours, for your words are included in his.” It is written in Darkei Noam, in the name of the Kadmon Redak, that our mishnah doesn’t simply mean a “good heart” or an “evil heart,” but rather good on the heart or evil on the heart. In other words, a person with evil on his heart will have feelings of bitterness or anger sitting on his heart and will carry these emotions with him wherever he goes. We can shed more light on this idea by learning the mishnah (Pirkei Avos 5:22) that explains how
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INGREDIENTS 6 cups flour 1½ T. yeast 2 cups warm water 1 T. sugar
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Yields two 9x13 pans. Two layers of dough divides the flavor and doubles the treat. Mushrooms can be substituted with any other vegetable, depending on your family’s preferences.
DIRECTIONS 1. To make cheese filling, saute onions in butter. Set aside ¼ of it for the pizza sauce.
1 recipe pizza dough
CHEESE FILLING 2 onions, diced
1 can (13 oz.) mushrooms
½ stick or 4 T. butter
1 package shredded mozzarella
2. Add mushrooms and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle a dash of black pepper. 3. Combine all pizza sauce ingredients in a separate bowl. 4. Preheat oven to 350°. 5. Divide pizza dough in four. 6. Roll out two parts and place each in a parchment-lined 9x13 pan.
12 oz. tomato paste
1 large ripe tomato, chopped
12 oz. water
3 T. sugar
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1 T. salt
½ onion, diced and sauteed (reserved from cheese filling)
1½ tsp. oregano ½ tsp. basil
9. Roll out the other two parts of the dough and place over cheese.
2 garlics, crushed
½ tsp. black pepper
10. Top with pizza sauce, spreading evenly to cover entire surface.
7. Distribute sauteed onion-mushroom mixture over doughs. 8. Sprinkle generously with shredded cheese.
11. Bake for 1 hour.
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Yields 14 sticks. Serve these oozing cheese sticks to accompany a bowl of soup or next to a pizza dipping sauce.
DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. Roll out dough into a large rectangle of approximately 18 by 21 inches. 3. Cut down the center, and then cut across into 3-inch strips (so it will result in 14 9x3-inch strips).
INGREDIENTS ½ recipe pizza dough 4 oz. whipped cream cheese 2 cloves garlic, crushed Shredded mozzarella cheese
4. Mix garlic with cream cheese and spread onto center of each strip of dough. 5. Sprinkle with shredded cheese. 6. Bring up the two sides of each strip of dough and pinch together tightly. 7. Place on parchment-lined cookie sheet, seam side down. 8. Brush with beaten egg and sprinkle with oregano.
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This is a special treat for those of you who are off dairy. The sliced onion melts into the dough and gives it a delicate, moist taste. Another dairy-free option is to make a simple pareve pizza by baking a regular pizza sans cheese, which, surprisingly, tastes delicious
DIRECTIONS INGREDIENTS ½ recipe pizza dough Light olive oil 1 Spanish onion 2 crushed garlic Sliced grape tomatoes Sliced olives
1. Preheat oven to 350°. 2. Divide dough in four. 3. Roll out each part into an 8-inch square. 4. Place on a parchment-lined cookie sheet, which has been sprinkled with cornmeal. 5. Slice onion in half. Lay flat on a cutting board, and with a sharp serrated knife, cut into very thin slices. 6. Pour oil over dough and top entire surface with sliced onions and garlic. 7. Put tomato and olive slices over onion, pressing into dough.
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In order to make the results permanent they have to make permanent changes.
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This type of thinking enables people to view dieting, exercise, recovery, and everything in between in a way that allows them to fit it into their lives.
The answer is … *Drum roll please* Dieting! Dieting alone will make you lose weight. Technically, you don't need to exercise.
They understand that there is going to be struggles. They are ready for it. They understand that dieting will help them lose wight but exercise is equally as important for a healthy body as eating and sleeping is.
easier? You need to start from the foundation. You need to start working on yourself. Developing the right mindset. The winning attitude. Having the right strategies and tactics. It'd be nice if were possible to lose 20 lbs in one month. Wouldn't you like to lose 20 lbs. once and for all? Then you know what needs to happen.
On the other hand, if you workout but your diet is poor you will never lose weight. The old rule says, “You can’t out train bad nutrition.” Before you go running off to cancel your gym membership -- let me just say that the question alone indicates to me that you wont have a very high chance of being successful. In fact, trying to lose weight is the reason most of us suffer from yo-yo diet syndrome. If your focus is solely on losing weight unfortunately the results will never be maintained.
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MANY YEARS AGO, WHEN MY FAMILY would vacation up north, my first stop would be the souvenir shop for deer-related mementos —– you know, like a laminated slice of wood featuring Bambi sunning at the edge of a babbling brook surrounded by her downy newborns. (They were pricier than schnapps glasses and back scratchers, however…) The sheer beauty of these sleek animals can take your breath away — different fur coats for different seasons, polka dots on the newborns (after three months, those disappear completely), and those impossibly thin stalk-like legs fully supporting such strong, lithe bodies. Well, folks, deer have come out of hiding. It appears that Mrs. Doe and family have moved in with us; they are totally at home among us humanoids. When I come out in the morning, she’s waiting patiently at my deck gate for dessert (she already breakfasted on my hostas, tulips and hyacinths). Loud hand-clapping, yelling “shoo” and hurtling bath towels elicits just a slight quiver of her ears, kinda like, “Why the bellyaching — I was here first; what are you doing here?” And it becomes a staring contest that I’ll undoubtedly lose. I’m thinking, “You know, you’re really a beautiful animal, but animals belong in the woods, not on my lawn, definitely not in my flower bed, and most certainly not at my doorstep! And, you’re probably not even aware of the abys-
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mal fact that you’re shedding tics all over the place like dandruff, and my grandchildren play in my yard, and sniff, sniff...” and the waterworks start in earnest. Bambi looks at me with mild curiosity — or is it disdain? — and I can almost vouch that she’s snickering, given her heaving haunches and slightly upturned lips, for crying out loud
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AHHH! SUMMER’S HERE AND THERE’S NOTHING LIKE THE green stuff. Manicured lawns, canopied trees and blossoming vegetation perfume the air and beautify our beloved Monsey. But there’s one type of plant you can rest assured that you’d rather not meet: poison ivy. Innocuous in appearance, poison ivy is rampant round these parts. In fact, the entire US of A struggles with poison ivy overgrowth, save for the western regions, which are often blissfully spared from this rashinducing plant. Despite its ominous-sounding name, poison ivy (or toxicodendron radicans in geek speak), doesn’t actually contain poison. Proof of that comes in the form of the many animals who consider it a delicacy. It does, however, contain a powerful allergen called urushiol. Urushiol is a chemical compound found in the oil of the plant, which can activate an immune response in human beings. The good news is that not everyone is allergic to urushiol, though about 75 percent (or more) of the population is. Tongue-in-cheek safety tip #1: Don’t try your luck by petting a P.I. plant. It just ain’t worth it!
When reacting to poison ivy, the symptoms are always delayed and begin to appear anywhere from several hours to several days after contact. They can also last up to a month! Having a reaction to poison ivy is an incredibly horrific and unsightly experience. In addition to unbearable itch and redness, there can be swelling, blistering and ooze. In severe cases, there can even be fever, and rarely, anaphylaxis. And it’s not just skin contact that can cause problems; if the plant comes into contact with the inside of the mouth or is airborne through fire and smoke, extremely severe — and possibly fatal — reactions can occur. Tongue-in-cheek safety tip #2: Don’t ever roast a hot dog on a poison ivy vine…
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ID THE IVY The best method of skipping the suffering is, of course, prevention. Get to know the P.I. plant so you can scout out your backyard and places your family visits. The following little ditties will help you remember the signs to look for. LEAFLETS THREE, LET IT BE!
Most people know to look for three leaflets, but the truth is that there are more specific leaf signs you can look for to positively identify our culprit. 1. The leaves are almond-shaped, starting out wide at the base and coming to a point at the end. 2. The leaves may be asymmetrically serrated or not; variation is the name of the game! 3. Often, the leaves appear shiny or waxy, but that may not always be the case, especially after a rain. 4. Two of the leaflets on a stem are directly across from one another and begin growing straight out of the stem. The central leaflet has a longer stalk. Or, as another ditty goes, LONGER MIDDLE STEM, STAY AWAY FROM THEM! 5. The leaves may change color depending on the season. They may range from orange to red to a variety of greens.
Note the asymmetrically serrated side leaves. This is one presentation.
Note the longer stalk on the central leaflet. Note the waxy shine. This P.I. plant does not have serrated edges.
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HAIRY VINE, NO FRIEND OF MINE!
Poison ivy loves the sun and will happily wrap its way around a tree trunk in its race to the top. To anchor it, the poison ivy vine grows hairy roots that grab hold of the tree. These hairy roots can also be found anchoring P.I. to other surfaces, such as fences, sheds and walls. Young vines have shorter, tamer roots, while older vines can be positively ugly with their messy “hair.” In the winter months, poison ivy leaves disappear, but the vine remains, and it’s just as toxic as the leaves.
Look closely and notice the hairy roots of this young vine.
The wild mane of a elderly vine.
BERRIES WHITE, RUN IN FRIGHT!
Poison ivy bears hard white berries that flower during the summer. If you see white berries on a plant, you really don’t want to touch it… But let’s face it: If you’re close enough to notice the berries on a poison ivy plant — which often hide its berries well — you’re probably in need of some immediate washing up!
The unblossomed berries of a poison ivy plant
P.I. berries in bloom
Poison ivy is an adventurous plant. It can be found growing on the ground, creeping up a tree, or pretending to be an innocent little bush. P.I. is quite common in urban areas and can often be found at the edges of roads or trails, around trees, and yes, just hanging around your patio...
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HOW TO HANDLE PREVENTING A BREAKOUT
Despite detective work that has you trying to identify rogue plants, a brush with poison ivy may happen. Though the reaction won’t be seen until hours or days later, absorption of the allergen into the skin begins within roughly ten minutes of contact. If one realizes right away that they’ve come into contact with a P.I. plant, the first step is to wash well with dish soap and water — preferably cold to help prevent the pores from absorbing the urushiol. Abrasion helps tremendously to wash away the allergen, so using a rag is recommended. You can also add something abrasive in nature, such as sugar granules. Clothing, tools or toys that have come into contact with poison ivy also need to be washed with soap and water or rubbing alcohol, because urushiol can remain active on surfaces for well over a year! If you don’t have the ability to wash up right away, look around for a jewelweed plant, which many times grows near poison ivy. Inside the stem of the jewelweed plant is a sap that can prevent a reaction. Just crush the stem and smear it on the affected area. According to studies, this method isn’t as effective as a good wash-up, but does work fairly well in a pinch.
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If, unfortunately, there is a breakout, try the following methods to get some comfort until healing occurs. • Jewelweed comes in handy after the fact, too. Collect a handful of jewelweed stems and steep in boiling water for an hour, then freeze in an ice cube tray. Rub jewelweed ice cubes on affected skin for relief. • A baking soda paste is found by many to be comforting. Simply mix 1 tablespoon baking soda with enough water to form a paste, and cover affected area. • Calamine lotion may provide relief and dry up ooze. • Oatmeal baths, or even cooked oatmeal applied as a paste, can relieve the rash somewhat. • Raw potatoes made into a paste and covered with a wet cloth can pull out heat from the rash in the same manner it does with burns. • Pouring cold coffee over the affected skin or applying a cloth soaked in cold coffee can help reduce inflammation and itch. • Domeboro solution or gel, available over the counter at the pharmacy, dries up ooze and soothes itch. • Atarax (hydroxyzine), a prescription antihistamine, can reduce itch. If the rash is unbearable and there is no prior history of steroid addiction (which can appear as recurring eczema upon stopping steroids), a medium-strength steroid cream prescribed by your doctor can be used for up to ten days on the rash. Topical steroids, however, should never be used on the face, armpits or groin, and never on a very young child. Likewise, if the rash is terrible and there is intense suffering, a person who has no prior history of steroid addiction can safely use oral steroids for 7 to 10 days with no concern, according to Dr. Marvin Rapaport, dermatologist and UCLA Professor of Medicine. (If there is a history of steroid addiction, use of steroids can reactivate or significantly worsen the condition.) And of course, if there is any sign of a severe allergic reaction, seek medical help immediately. WHEN ALL IS SAID AND DONE, a poison ivy reaction is not something you want to experience. Keep your eyes open, daven for protection in all areas of life, and have poison ivy safely removed if you locate it. Wishing you a gezunte zimmer!
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BRAZILIAN HAMMOCKS What is it about hammocks and rocking swings and benches that are relaxing upon sight? I think it’s not only the swaying motion that’s soothing, but the fact that they actually force you to let go. To keep from being hurtled to the ground while suspended in mid-air, you have to completely relinquish control to Newton’s Third Law of Motion and allow yourself to be carried by the wind. And only then can every muscle unknot and every last bit of tension dissipate into the breeze. If you want to create a cozy haven in your backyard or on your porch, the options are endless. Here’s just a smattering of what’s available out there in relaxing garden furniture pieces.
Made of a strong fabric, these are designed to wrap the person pod-style from all sides and are sturdier than the flatter versions. Pictured hammock is priced at $49
ROPE HAMMOCKS These fall into the “spreader hammock” category and are more open than the Brazilian variety, making dismounting a lot easier. Starting price of these is about $50
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If your trees aren’t positioned to serve as hammock supports, there’s another way to go. Cheaper metal stands are available, starting at about $60. There are also decorative ones starting at about $150. Hammock pictured is priced at $100
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Make sure that whatever is used as a support is strong enough to withstand the hammock and the weight it’ll hold.
Your own private tent — mid-air! Hammock pictured is priced at $165
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HAMMOCK CHAIR SWINGS These chairs are available for as low as $25, though there are more expensive options out there too.
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PORCH SWINGS These are available in many different versions, some for as low as $100, or even less. Swing pictured is priced at $419
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The weather is finally (finally!) speaking of summer. Out come the outdoor toys, the new and the old. There’s nothing like taking that shining, brand-new riding toy out of the box. Much like a pair of new shoes, you watch it the first few days, polishing it and wiping off scuff marks. And then, with time, you relax, letting it fulfill its purpose. It gets banged up, scratched up, ridden for thrills and borrowed by the neighbors. And then the parts go missing. While plastic keys can be replaced with the real deal from Tatty’s collection, frisbees can take the place of steering wheels gone awry, no-toot horns are fun too (and less noisy), you can replace many of the missing parts for just a minimal fee. Here is a selection of some popular bikes on Monsey’s streets and the replacement parts available. This is to give you an idea of what is generally replaceable. Check in with each company for your specific riding toy. When ordering, make sure you have the model number, year of manufacture and color of the bike at the ready.
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He was a mere 17 years old when his father, the revered Rav of Skulen, Harav Yisroel Avraham Portugal, ztâ€?l, was niftar â€” causing the yoke of leadership to fall upon his young shoulders. Everyone knew the young man was capable, due both to his wisdom and piety, and rabbanim came by the droves to endorse his leadership. Like a glove upon the hand of its wearer, Harav Eliezer Zusia Portugal settled into his new position, praying to bring blessing upon the community and upon the memory of his beloved father.
OVER IN FRUMUSICA, ANOTHER YOUNG ORPHAN PACKED HER BAGS. Sheina Rochel Sheinfeld was set to become the Rebbetzin of Skulen. The marriage between the two yesomim proved to be a beautiful one, based upon the foundations of Torah and mutual respect. For Rebbetzin Sheina Rochel, there was nothing sweeter than the sound of her husband’s learning and partnering with him as he led the community. But still, there were moments of loneliness, of aching for family who’d crossed over to the World of Truth and for those who lived, but were many kilometers away. In those days, nothing was instant. There were no cell phones or other forms of quick communication. And the roads there left much to be desired, causing travel to be an arduous affair. Imagine then the surprise when Rebbetzin Portugal answered the knock one day to find her beloved sister Rivka standing before her. She’d traveled many miles aboard a horse and buggy to check upon Sheina Rochel’s well-being. With long-distance communication being difficult, it was hard to truly know how her sister was faring Tzion of the Shem U’Sharis Yisroel, Harav Yisroel Avraham in her new town, with her new husband. Portugal, zt”l Was she happy? Did her husband treat her well? Was there bread on the table? Of course, at that time, visits were hardly a come- have outfits made for every occasion; several weekday and-go event. Having traveled so far, Rivka moved in dresses and for Shabbos as well. I want to know that my with her sister for a week or two, carefully watching the newly wedded sister has everything she needs.” After an emotional parting, the Rebbetzin took the way the young Rebbe treated his wife. Satisfied that not only was Harav Eliezer Zusia a wonderful husband, but money and hid it well, not hinting to her husband, the a tzadik as well, Rivka packed her bags to return home. Rebbe, that she had received anything of value. RebAs she prepared to leave, she called Sheina Rochel to her betzin Sheina Rochel thought to herself that since the money was hers, it was up to her to decide exactly what and handed her a peckel. “B’chasdei Hashem, I’ve been blessed with wealth,” she type of furniture she wanted, what kind of coat she told her sister. “Before I left home I gathered together wanted, and so on and so forth. These decisions were not to be rushed. many lei to bring to you as a gift. Now that I see with my own eyes how little you have, I am so thankful I brought this money with me.” WHEN A TZADIK SAYS SOMETHING, YOU LISTEN. In the Rav’s home, Torah was abundant, yirah was of When a tzadik commands, you obey. the highest quality, and the golden trait of simcha filled That’s exactly what Harav Eliezer Zusia, zt”l, did, bethe air. But there was nothing in the way of earthly cause even rebbes have rebbes. riches. Forget Italian furniture! They hadn’t the simSeveral years before World War II, the Sadigura Rebplest of chairs to sit upon! be visited the town of Skulen. “Move to Chernovitz,” the Inside the peckel was a large amount of money. Sadigura Rebbe instructed the young Skulener Rebbe. An extremely large amount of money. “The city is larger, so you will be able to do more for Yid“I’m giving you this money and I am telling you ex- dishkeit there.” actly what I want you to order. I want you to go and order With no questions asked, the young Skulener Rebbe a b’kavodig bedroom set that will give you enough room and his Rebbetzin relocated to Chernovitz. It was a move to put all your things, a dining table and chairs, seforim that saved their lives, preserving the scion of Skulen for shanks for your husband’s seforim, and extra beds for future doros. hachnosas orchim.” Years before, the Be’er Mayim Chaim, zt”l, had Rivka also insisted that Rebbetzin Sheina Rochel buy bentched the town of Chernovitz that during an eis tzarah, Persian rugs to carpet their entire dwelling to create a the town would suffer less than others. Because of his measure of warmth against the cold of her unheated powerful bracha, the Jewish community of Chernovitz house. made it through the destruction of the war fairly intact. “And a fur coat,” she finished, or so it seemed. Not so Skulen. In June of 1941, the Yidden of Skulen were But then she continued, “Go to the dressmaker and ordered to dig their own mass graves, which were then
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Map of Skulen (officially spelled Sculeni) and Frumusica
filled with their bodies, some of need so much food when they only nothing,” the Rebbetzin explained. them still alive. Over 300 beautiful had to feed themselves and their “I want this house to be known as Yidden were murdered at that time, one child? Slipping into the Rebbe’s the one with the open door. With room, the gabbai told him about the this money I will bake, cook, feed nearly 100 of them children. The legacy of Skulen lived on many trips he’d made. With a smile, and shelter these broken neshamthe Rebbe summoned his wife and os.” Of course, in his piety, this was through its Rebbe and Rebbetzin. When the craziness finally began asked her about the food. At that “furniture” that pleased the Rebbe. Yidden came by the hundreds to die down, Yidden began emerg- point, the Rebbetzin revealed her ing from the shadows, trying to secret: the stash of money she’d — many to eat, many to sleep, and piece whatever was left of their lives been given years before. She’d final- many to take raw goods home to cook on their own. Evback together again. erything was given freeIt was during those THE PREVIOUS REBBE, ZT”L, ly, with an open heart days that Rebbetzin an open hand. And Sheina Rochel sumALSO SAID THAT HE BENTCHES and then the children started moned the gabbai of Skustreaming in — orphans len and gave him a hefty WHOEVER WILL HELP THE of war and genocide. sum of money, instructHACHNOSAS KALLAH FUND Children with no birth ing him to take a horse mother or father to comand wagon she had acTHAT THEY WILL BE HELPED fort them in their pain, quired and buy potaBY THE EIBISHTER WITH who would come to find toes for whatever they comfort carrying the were worth. When he WHATEVER THEY NEED. name of Portugal upon returned and the wagthemselves. In all, more on was unloaded, she than a thousand yesomim once again handed him money and sent him for a wagonful ly decided on what type of furniture were adopted by the Rebbe and Rebof flour. This was repeated multiple she wanted: the type that lasts for- betzin and walked to the chuppah as times with various foodstuffs. The ever. Not ones made of wood or silk, their own children. gabbai was flabbergasted! Had the but ones made of mitzvos, of sharing penniless Portugals won the lottery bread and milk. TZIDKAS ROCHEL “Yidden will return here with during wartime? And why did they Years later, when the Skule-
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ner dynasty had already settled upon these shores, the previous Rebbe, Harav Eliezer Zusia, zt”l, summoned his daughter-in-law, the tzadekes Rebbetzin Raizel bas Menachem Zev, a”h, and enjoined upon her to collect funds for hachnasas kallah. The Rebbe himself could not be busy with collecting for this vital cause as he was consumed with the operations of the Skulener mosdos in Eretz Yisroel. She should make parties, he instructed, to bring in funds. The mitzvah of hachnasas kallah is so powerful, he said, that the zechusim are not only for the chassan and kallah who are helped, but for all of the doros that come from them. The previous Rebbe, zt”l, also said that he bentches whoever will help the hachnasas kallah fund that they will be helped by the Eibishter with whatever they need. With this great task upon her shoulders, Rebbetzin Raizel, a”h, was mekayem this precious mitzvah and the word of the Rebbe with great mesiras nefesh. Parties were made, funds were raised and couples got married. And the mesiras nefesh continues today through Tzidkas Rochel, the hachnasas kallah fund named for Rebbetzin Sheina Rochel, a”h, whose entire life was devoted to giving to Klal Yisroel. Each year, thousands of chasanim and kallos receive aid for their weddings straight from the hand of the Rebbe, shlit”a. And we know that for those who support the fund established in her memory, the Rebbetzin Sheina Rochel, a”h, will surely be an advocate for them from Above. BUILD YOUR OWN FOREVER FURNITURE Join Tzidkas Rochel in creating zechusim that will last forever. The hachnasas kallah party arranged by Rebbetzin Nechama Klughaupt, daughter of the Rebbe, shlit”a, will take place this coming Sunday, June 3, at 16 Francis Place in the home of Mrs. Estie Neiman. The doors will be open from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. The Rebbe, shlit”a, personally sends his special bracha to all who will partake in this worthy event. By giving to Tzidkas Rochel, you help not only one couple, but the doros that will come from them, and your money will become “furniture that lasts forever.” Hope to see you there!
This party of Tzidkas Rochel is dedicated l’ilui nishmas the late Skulener Rebbetzin, Raizel bas Menachem Zev, and for the complete refuah shleimah of the heiliger Skulener Rebbe, Harav Yisroel Avraham ben Sheina Rochel, shlit”a.
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The Monsey View interviews Moishy Fulop and Moshe Glauber, who constructed their very own homemade treehouse on Blueberry Hill Road.
Who built this amazing treehouse? It was a group of four boys from our neighborhood, all between 11 and 12 years old. How long did it take for you to build the treehouse? We worked on it for approximately three weeks. What were the supplies needed? Wood, hammer, nails, screws, drill and saw (adult help needed), and ladder. Where did you get all the wood? We collected the wood from our neighbors. Some pieces were scraps, and the ones that were still usable were happily donated. Do you have any experience in building? Yes, weâ€™ve been helping our fathers with the sukkah, from which we learned a lot about basic building. We also recently built some great props for a play; it was actually then that we had the idea to build a treehouse. What made you undertake this project? We were looking for a fun and exciting way to fill up our free time.
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Did you need any adult help? Our older brothers helped us when we needed tools that aren’t safe, like a drill or saw.
rains, since you can be outdoors and still remain dry. Of course, in a thunderstorm it is not safe to go in.
What was the trickiest part of building your treehouse? Building solid supports and making sure they’re strong enough to hold the treehouse and the weight of any visitors it would have. It was quite a job. But after a lot of work, we baruch Hashem got it right.
Can you share a lesson this neighborhood project taught you? Never give up! The treehouse you see here was actually our fifth try. We were nearly ready to give up; each of our previous attempts collapsed from the rain or wind, but we learned what went wrong, and made sure to make it better the next time.
Had you known what you now know when you started, what would you have done differently? We would’ve first built a frame for the main room using two-by-fours. We started working, and only once it was partly up did we work on a frame. This made the job much more difficult.
Do you have some tips to share with other boys who’d like to build their own treehouse? 1. Make sure to work with the right tree. You’ll need one that gives you enough support and has the right spot for a treehouse. 2. Work on an area where the ground is straight. It’s very difficult to build something steady on slanted ground. 3. Don’t hesitate to ask for help, especially if it’s not something that is safe for you to do on your own.
What are you currently using your treehouse for? We put down a nice vinyl floor, and it’s our neighborhood cozy place. It’s especially useful when it
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While making supper, Miriam heard a loud bang Among her many other positive attributes, my friend Miriam is a great shopper. She always manages to find coming from one of the bedrooms. Thinking that her the best deals and bargains, never paying full price for baby may have learned to climb out of his crib, she ran anything. Sales give her an actual thrill that she never to his bedroom. In the hallway, she encountered her cleaning lady, who had a seems to tire of, and she has look of surprised amusement a hard time saying no to The first item on the agenda, on her face. Apparently, the a shopping trip. However, hanging rod in her closet, she constantly has others in when doing any clothing which had been steadily sagmind, making her an excepcloset, is to purchase enough ging lower and lower for tionally beloved friend and some time now, had finally ensuring that this little habit hangers for all of the things collapsed. All of her carefully of hers doesnâ€™t detrimentally you plan to hang there. Always hung clothing lay in a heap affect her bank account. on the floor. As you would imagine, buy extras as you will be Miriam knew the time Miriam has a beautiful and adding clothing to the closet had come to bite the bullet fairly extensive wardrobe. and call in the professionals. Sheâ€™s the one everyone runs and donâ€™t want to get stuck. She had her closet completely to when they need the perfect redone with more hanging top to match a skirt or shoes in a unique color to go with a dress. This suits Miriam space (and stronger rods!) and plenty of shelving and quite well, as she enjoys being able to share her bounty. drawers. Then we got together and created a beautiful She keeps shopping and stocking her closet happily, en- and practical closet that would hopefully serve her well joying herself and helping others at the same time. for many years to come. And one day, her closet fell down. The first item on the agenda, when setting up any
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clothing closet, is to purchase enough hangers for all of the things you plan to hang there. Always buy extras as you will be adding clothing to the closet and don’t want to get stuck. Velvet hangers are generally the best option for regular clothing. They are inexpensive, come in many colors to match any decor, and are excellent for space-saving purposes. The only clothes item I find that doesn’t work well with these hangers are men’s suits. These need to be hung on sturdy wood or thick lucite hangers. When hanging clothing, make sure to hang each item facing the same direction and to close all buttons and zippers. This is another tip I learned from my high school home management teacher, and it’s a simple thing that really enhances the look of any closet. Also, be sure to hang similar items together: long skirts, short skirts, blouses, jackets... Out-of-season clothing should either be kept in storage or in the back of the closet, if you have the extra space. If you do not have drawer space for items that don’t fold nicely, such as socks, tights or tzitzis, you can put them into baskets on a shelf. Just make sure to label the baskets so everyone knows where to find and put away these things. Belts and scarves can either be stored in baskets too, or you can purchase special hangers made just for this purpose. Ties should be hung on a specialty hanger as well. There are many versions of these hangers, so look around and choose the one that works best for your needs. Many closets have long shelves that are great for piles of clothing, but after a while, the piles start to fall onto each other. A great solution for this is to use shelf dividers. These keep each pile in its own place, enabling the closet to be neat as a pin with very little effort. The same idea goes for large drawers that can be used for a few different items. Invest in drawer dividers, which will instantly convert one drawer into a few separate compartments. Drawer dividers are usually adjustable and work for almost any size drawer. Shoes are often the hardest items to place. They’re bulky, and many people have a lot of them. If you have room on your shelves, you can line them up there. If you’re low on shelving space but have extra room on the closet floor, you can put in a few shelves and line the shoes up there. A great space-saving option is a shoe organizer that you can hang on the clothing rod. These take up very little room and each one can usually hold around ten pairs of shoes. For closets with a lot of extra hanging space and a lot of shoes, these are available in much bigger versions. Shoe organizers are also sold in over-the-door variations, but these are not my first choice as they block the door from closing completely, and I like to hang a full-length mirror on the inside of the door. Another option, one that gives a very nice look but takes up a lot of space and requires energy to maintain, is keeping each pair in a labeled clear shoe box. This is also costly and clearly not for everyone, but is a more aesthetic option. The best way to keep a clothes closet well organized is to make sure to put items back right away. If you’re in a hurry when you get dressed, trying on a few options and leaving them on the floor, make sure to put them away as soon as you get home. As with every closet, if you let it pile up, that’s when the trouble starts and the disorganization begins. Chaya Dym is a professional organizer serving Monsey and beyond. Her years of experience in setting up all styles of homes with her trademark easily maintainable organization systems have earned her many satisfied clients.
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Swings have been around for a long, long time. Since they can be crafted from just about anything — think vines, ropes and wood — historians have found evidence that even in ancient times people have enjoyed the thrill of swinging through the air.
Moving forward to later centuries, European paintings of the 1700s often portrayed their subjects on outdoor swings. Posing on a swing lent a light, joyful tone to the picture, and one could almost imagine seeing it move ever so gently to and fro.
Later, over in the United States, families moving west found swings the ideal source of entertainment for children each time their wagons stopped. All they needed was a tree (which were scarce in the prairies and grew near river valleys) and a little rope, and pioneer children got their chance to play.
Back in Europe, the first swingsets were built alongside schools to teach children how to get along with one another, and 1859 found the first public playground built in Manchester, England. Soon playgrounds like these were cropping up all over, and its idea spread worldwide.
IN 1887, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park became home to the very first playground across the ocean, and — in a twist typical of that era of innovation — the swings there were the first to hang from their own frames, instead of being suspended from a conveniently located tree.
By the late 1800s, swingsets were built with safety in mind, and their design became standardized. Since these years found activists working hard to eradicate child labor, or at least limit children’s working hours, public playgrounds grew in popularity just in time to offer hard-working children the opportunity to simply have fun.
Public playgrounds and swingsets again aligned themselves with U.S. history when FDR’s Work Progress Administration, established to create jobs for unemployed Americans, built thousands of parks nationwide.
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All this time, up until the mid-1900s, swingsets were only found in public playgrounds. Only after World War II, when a strong economy had families purchasing their own homes in the suburbs, did the concept of a backyard swingset take off.
The Guiness World Record for the longest swingset ever built went to a partnership between Backyard Discovery, a swingset manufacturer, and a local charity in 2016. This swingset, comprised of a row of 51 attached swingsets, stretched across 562 feet of a large Florida field and contained 127 swings. That must have entertained a fair number of kids!
The record-holding tallest swing in the world is a bungee swing that is over 280 feet high! This swing was constructed in South Africa’s Moses Mabhida Stadium, where those who are in for an uber-thrill can swing from a platform built near the top of the far wall for the ride of their life!
The scariest swing in the world is no doubt the one located at the La Casa del Árbol (The Treehouse) in Baños, Ecuador. Hanging from a treehouse set high in a tree right at the edge of a massive cliff, this swing overlooks the abyss below. Try it to see what it feels like to swing into the clouds!
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The kids came from Israel to a little hut deep in the forest, where the cult’s activities are based.
The phone number you gave me leads to an obscure address at the Swiss-GermanFrench border.
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They go out to study, and at night they return to the hut.
There are lots of food and activities here, but I’m homesick already.
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USED TREADMILL in excellent condition for sale. Call 845-362-6354 26” TREK HYBRID bicycle in great condition. Call/text 845-323-5087 ELLIPTICAL TRAINER due to moving. barely used. great price! please call 845426-1049. STEP 2 PICNIC TABLE Excellent condition. Please text (845)274-6826 MOUNTAIN BUGGY double stroller Urban, needs a new wheel. Missing stopper. Otherwise great condition. $150. 845-352-1792 GIFT CERTIFICATE at Supreme Laser in Brooklyn for $1000 selling for $600. Please call or text 845-2741909. BUGABOO CAMILEON Still in box, selling for $650. Call 347-977-1993 CAR SEATS & HICHAIRS Brand new, cheap price! Call 845-352-4136
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NEW HEMPSTEAD 7 Bedroom Bi-Level for sale. 2 Story Entry, 3 1/2 Baths, Park-Like Prop. Lg Deck, Mint monseyhome.com 845 883 2092
SUMMER RENTAL IN MONSEY Beautiful, sunny airy 4 bdrm duplex apartment for rent for the whole summer. Kid-friendly neighborhood. Shopping nearby. Call for more details 845.587.0223
Beautiful apartments in Yerushalayim avail. for short term rentals. We manage properties as well. Call 718-408-8070 for American Service! Email us at vacation@ shisharealty.com FALLSBURG,PINES Available in September I , 3 BEDROOMS, 2 baths,dining room,dinette, 3 SINKS IN KITCHEN very reasonable PLS. CALL 1800 3358399 SUMMER RENTAL Airy updated high ranch in haverstraw, 4 BR 3 bath, private yard with swingset and oversized deck. On quiet beautiful block. Available second half. 9087839088 SHABBOS GETAWAY Looking to go away for Shabbos? Come to the Shabbos Getaway in Kingston, NY. Call 845334-9044 or email Leah@ IloveGanIsrael.com CHESTNUT RIDGE RENTAL 3 bdrm + 2 bath; big LR/DR Great price 845.377.3687
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5 BEDROOM RENTAL private house + pesech kitchen on Dana/Sam Law area for up to a year 845-5960659 FLORIDA, 2 B.R. 1 1/2 Bath condo for sale, Great condition, Water view, new central a/c, Tiled flooring, Enclosed porch, only $59,900. call 917-6134234. NEW 4 ROOM Chosson Kallah apt. available for rent. 9 Foot ceilings. Hatzlacha grocery area. Pls call: 347- 383-9043. בעדרום דירה2 נעבען וועסט,צו פארדינגען 845-445-7436 ריפט.סטריט AIRMONT RENTAL Furnished 2 Bedroom apartment, storage space, Please call 347-946-5511
6 ROOM RENOVATED Apt on Kaufman Ct. Please call 845-213-8263. SYLVAN RD new apt, Walk in level. 845867-9358 WALK-IN ROOM +kitchenette, private entrance in the Blueberry Hill area. For single or office use. 845 323 9169 FURNISHED APT with all appliances, near Satmar. short \long term or Shabbos - call 371-4922 SUMMER RENTAL IN MONSEY: Beautiful sunny,airy 4 bedroom apartment/ duplex for rent for the whole summer. Kid friendly neighborhood. All shopping right nearby.call for more details. (845) 587-0223 FURNISHED APT Beautiful furnished apartment with washer/dryer on Rita Avenue. 845-356-3595 THREE BEDROOM in prime Concord area. \pls call/text 845-641-3410. 3 BDRM 1 bth; new mod kitchen inc s/s appliance; living rm/dr; text prefered 917 830 6341
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FOR RENT FOR RENT Very large private garage/ work space available for rent in Airmont. Perfect for workshop and storage. Competitively priced, please call 3476610290 SUMMER CAMP RENT Summer day camp space for rent please call 206 548 6392 STORE FRONT 2100 sf in Spring Valley great condition. Call 201-867-6000 or 201-981-6131 STORE SPACE AVAILABLE Newly renovated, approximately 400 sf. Separate entrance. Located in Bates area. 845-426-1830. OFFICE SPACE 700 sf available at new stateof-the-art facility. Centrally located. If interested, please call 845-356-9600 ext.117. OFFICE FOR RENT on Maple/Decatur area. Great price. Call. 845-271-9883
HELP WANTED ACCOUNTANT/JR Great Opportunity! Experience With Excel A Must, Quickbooks A Plus. Email Resume: Jobopening966@Gmail.Com HELP WANTED Travel Agency looking for an experienced F/T worker with professional phone and computer skills. Knowledge in travel industry a plus. Email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Great Job opportunity Medicaid Service Coordinator Hamaspik of orange County Requirement Associates degree Desire to enhance lives of individuals with disabilities OPWDD experience a plus. Yiddish speaking preferable. Excellent work environment
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INSURANCE OFFICE is looking for a f/t Secretary w/great Communication & Office skills. Plz email resume: insoffice1@gmail. com or call 262-0189 WORK FROM HOME FLEXIBLE HOURS. F/T Skilled hands. Detail oriented. Follows exact instructions. MUST drive. have WhatsApp, & have internet access. Experience in QB & customer service is a bonus - WhatsApp: 845445-8950 NYLIFE Brooklyn/Monsey office is looking to fill sales positions in the insurance and financial products market. Contact Yehoshua Belsky at 347 210 1403 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
P/T SECRETARY/ADMIN ASSISTANT Candidate needs great computer skills including Quickbooks. Please email resume to frfriedman@ gmail.com P/T SECRETARY analyst. Knowledge of Excel and Word a+, likes Crossword Puzzles & Sudoku Hours 9:30-2:30. Contact ambit@ ambitelectronics.com FT/PT EMPLOYMENT Are you a hard worker? Would you like to earn more than just a salary? Join our wonderful team at Say Cheese - Express Kosher Pizza. Competitive salary, plus bonuses & incentives. Multiple positions available. For more information, call or text 845-445-8121. Or visit
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GROWING HOME CARE AGENCY Local Home Care agency has multiple positions available: Coordinators, Billing clerk, HR assistant. All female enviornment. Well paid. Full time applicants only Please email resume to info@ horizoncares.com
HS GRADUATE OFFICE POSITION! Local accounting office looking for secretary/staff accountant. Work ethics and computer skills required. E-mail resume /references to firstname.lastname@example.org
HEIMISHE OFFICE looking to hire. Graduates welcome, willing to train. Great pay for the right individual. Email resume to email@example.com or fax 845-371-2391 SECRETARY WANTED with strong interpersonal skills to answer phones in a busy Monsey office. 9-5. graduates welcome. please
HEIMISHE MOSED OFFICE looking for a qualified detail oriented secretary with the ability to multi-task. Must be organized with good communication skills. Please email resume to info@ vienmonsey.org LOOKING FOR TELEMARKETERS to work from home. No experience necessary, just commitment & drive to succeed. 20 hours a week. call 845-682-2675
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Yeshiva - Secretary Local Yeshiva looking for full-time secretary. Must be responsible, with good organizational skills and good phone skills. Must be very familiar with Word, Quickbooks etc. Hours are flexible. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 356-4507. FULL TIME SECRETARY Phone skills, computer literacy and office experience required. Fax resume to 845913-9252 F/T SECRETARY for Immediate hire basic computer knowledge and phone skills, will train Email resume books10977@gmail. com PROJECT MANAGER Need to be computer savvy, detail oriented, able to adhere to tight deadlines, and have leadership skills. Great pay for the right individual. Email your resume to: gila@ firemallonline.com DESIGNER WANTED Seeking freelance designers to design photobook and greeting card templates. Please send your portfolio to email@example.com.
P/T SALESGIRL/SECRETARY Must have good basic computer knowledge . Must text. Hrs needed : Sundays 11:30-6 Mon- Thur 2-6 . please call/text 917-549-7449. SEEKING COUNSELORS for a day camp in Monticello great pay. transportation provided call 718-799-6139 RETAIL STORE seeking mature, responsible salesperson for Tuesdays 10:30 am to 5:30 Please call 845-608-2269. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-3521016 SUMMER JOB Looking for a girl 16+ to assist a special-needs child in
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Camp Le Ruach. Experience necessary. Please call 201.892.0526
this coming week: monday, tuesday, and wednesday. Call 213-5660
Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Excellent opportunity. Please call 845.352.8470.
SUSAN STRAUSS DESIGN is looking to hire an Office Manager for our Mahwah Location. Full Time 9-5 Come join a great team! Please email resume to Shana@ susanstraussdesign.com
BOYS DAY CAMP Looking for responsible person to do woodworking’ also person to do arts and crafts/kriah call 914-3295083
SEEKING TEACHERS Bnos Leah Prospect Park of Monsey has two openings for qualified and experienced teachers in Preschool, Grade 1. Email resume to admin@ prospectmonsey.org
TEACHERS NEEDED Elementary and Middle school teachers needed for boys Yeshiva. Send resume to yoppen@baishachinuch,org or fax (845)354-3806. TEACHER ASST. Great Experience working with knowledgeable teachers in friendly environment. Email resume to yoppen@ baishachinuch.org or fax (845)354-3806. CAMP ELYON Boys Day Camp Looking for geshmake counselors and Rabbeim call or text 914-3295083 PRE1-A TEACHER ASSISTANT Looking for teacher assistants for nursey and Pre1-A. Fax resume to 352-6571 or call 845 270-0602. LOOKING FOR sub assistant/teacher for a playgroup in chestnut ridge
CHASSIDISH BOYS SCHOOL seeking experience English teacher for the upcoming school year. Good pay in a timely manner. Please email resume to officeadmin@ bobovmonsey.net EXPANDING MONSEY BAIS YAAKOV SCHOOL Seeks experienced Moros, Teachers and assistants to join our talented and dedicated team in the Preschool and Junior High Divisions. Hebrew/English; remedial educational director for the 18-19 School year. Salary commensurate with experience. Email resume to bbamberger@ basmikroh.org TEACHER WANTED Looking for a warm & caring 12-13th grade girl to be a teacher in a kiddie group in the summer. Please call 8452137029 REBBE POSITION warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach Pre-1A
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BAIS SHIFRA MIRIAM looking for an English Elementary Principal. No experience necessary. Please leave a msg. 845-213-9322 SITE COORDINATOR for Belz Head Start Credentials needed: A.A. in Early Childhood or C.D.A. Hours 9:30 - 2:15 Monday Thursday Friday 9:30 - 1:00 e-mail resume to: rochellek@ nscic.org fax - 354-9120 or call 354-2282 ext. 3201 RAYIM is looking for a English speaking frum Yungerman to work with a 17 yr. old boy with special needs, Sunday – Wednesday 8-10 PM.If interested please call (845)782-7700 Ext. 402. CHASSIDISH GIRLS SCHOOL seeking a part time, entry level secretary for the Remedial Program. Must be approved to work for Title 1 Email resume to Bschwartz@ bnosdy.com
BAIS SHIFRA MIRIAM looking for 9th and 10th grade ELA teachers for the upcoming school year of ‘18’19. Please call:845-356-0061 PRINCIPAL WANTED girls school looking for English principal with leadership qualities. Please leave your name phone number and prior exp at 845 213 9322 TEACHERS WANTED girls school looking for upper elementary English teachers please send resume to 845 356 0711 AFTERNOON BABYSITTER in my home on Sam Law dr. Monday thru Thursday 3:005:00pm. Call: 845-659-2266 MOTHERS HELPER Looking for mothers helper (paid job) from 4pm-6.30pm mon-thur. Starting June 4th. please call/text 845.587.0978 LOOKING FOR A BABYSITTER Sundays 9:30-1:30 for 2 kids. Please text or leave message 845.274.3102 BABYSITTER Looking for a heimishe woman to babysit two children in my home. Monday through Thursday
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PLAYGROUPS PRESCHOOL SUB Preschool/playgroup sub available for short or long term. Please call 845-3560818. PRE-NURSERY ASSISTANT WANTED Looking for a warm, loving responsible high school graduate for the upcoming school year (poss. to start in summer) 845-445-7213 3-4YR OLD GIRLS summer camp besen pkwy area 3-4 yr old girls full 8 wk summer program experienced teacher call 8454289611 ONE SLOT LEFT!!!! Kiddy daycamp on Jill lane for child 18- 26 months. 206-9033 CAMP WONDERLAND (K & PRE-1A) Your child’s summer can be filled with great days, doing creative crafts and exciting activities under the care of an experienced morah! For girls entering kindergarten and pre-1a. Located near 306 & Viola (behind Camp Elyon) 845.445.3681 (Please leave a message) Bring a friend and you both receive a discount!
BABYSITTING NEAR EVERGREEN Hourly, weekly and monthly rates available. 862 505 9546
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SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula DASSY PHOTOGRAPHY Newborns, Upsherin, family portraits and more. Professional editing! Free digital album! Gift certificates available too. (845)-517-9920/(845)-5040934 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY starting at just $350! Call 845-362-1312 or email barmitzvahphotography@ gmail.com FACE PAINTING BY FAIGY’S FACES Engage your crowd. Upsherins. Day Camps. Promotional events. Lessons and demonstrational activities too. Contact Faigy, 845-825-2985,Info@ faigysfaces.com,InstagramFaigysfaces10 CERTIFIED REFLEXOLOGIST and Craniosacral therapy. Helps for circulation, eases stress, migraines etc. Gentle and compassionate. H. Baum 347-460-1512
BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272
CLEANING LADY hours available for summer months, on Mon, Wed, Fri. Suzzane/Ronald Call/Text 718 781 1363
BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016
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We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 UPSTATE CONSTRUCTION GROUP We do all bigger construction jobs in the upstate area. Fully insured. References available. 845.662.3395 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
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TUTOR AVAILABLE Experienced NYS licensed special education teacher available to tutor your young son/daughter this summer.
GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281
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HEALING GEM NECKLACE for teething baby or for toddler, child: Have them feel more happy, with improved immune function. 718.963.0122
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GIFT OF YOUR PAST Give your children and future generations the gift of your past. You can author your unique history especially how it was impacted by the Holocaust, or your immigration to the USA, etc. I am here to help you write, research historical facts, etc. and put it into a computer format. Please call 845-641-7320.
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my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 DASA TRAINING A Dignity for All Students Act Training for school professionals seeking NYS Certification will be given on Sunday, June 10th from 7-10 PM. Cost is $90.00. To register, please send an email to YTTRIEGER@GMAIL. COM. MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm SWIMMING Get Ready! Experienced WSI & LG will teach all ages. Form your own group for a discount. Mrs. Zoltan 845356-1113 **STOP THE PAIN** Stressful thoughts lead to real pain and illness. Get relief from aches and pains. Certified Advanced EFT Practitioner Sessions available in office or by phone Call: (845)368-4524 RuthiBackenroth@EFTaction. com HAIR BY ETTY The look you always wanted, hairstyles, blowouts, haircuts for any occasion. (Westside Herrick area) Please call Etty @ 845-426-0238. HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. Call for appointment. 845274-7700 REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN. In person and online consultations. Insurance accepted 347 480 1670 rd@ miriamshurpin.com www. miriamshurpin.com
HAIRCUTS Be from the first 10 to get a haircut for just $10! Keep cool with shorter hair! Centrally located near Main Street. Call now 356-6544 DID YOU LOSE A LOVED ONE TO CANCER? The Rapid Recovery Program will take you from emotional pain & grief to complete healing & transformation in just 5 sessions guaranteed! Chany Felberbaum 845-4458252
GEMACHIM FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. 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 NEED AN ELEGANT HAT for one time use but can’t afford to buy? For short term rental please call 845-5170838. LADIES GOWN GMACH Please call after 5 pm. 347278-1278. MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 for an appointment.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! Full-Time Bookkeeper: Must have 2-3 years recent bookkeeping in a busy office. Strong Excel skills required. FundEZ a plus. 36 hours a week, benefits including great paid time off package. All female office. Administrative Assistant: Part-time, flexible hours in all-female office. Responsibilities include scheduling, paperwork, filing, and a lot of phone contact. Must have good computer skills, be organized and detail oriented, and able to work independently. 20+ hours a week. Monday to Friday. Shift Leader – Women’s Group Home: Work onsite with staff to help individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve their goals. Also responsible for staff scheduling. Hours 3:30-9:30 Sunday to Thursday. Must drive. Possibility for additional hours and full-time benefits.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-354-3233 x1121 CHOSON/KALLAH APT, AVAILABLE Viola & Brockton Road area contact email@example.com
ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. Call: 845- 202 -0105
GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee).
ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. Call early to reserve. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102.
FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. NEW EARPLUG GEMACH: Ode Yeshama: Care for your Ears. Ear-plug gemach (individually wrapped) for
ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com SHOE GEMACH All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of
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lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513 BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.’ לע”נ ר חיים זאנוויל בן ר’ משה GEMACH Tablecloths for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105 PACK N PLAY GEMACH Making a Shabbos Simcha? Company for Yom Tov? Need PacknPlay for your guests? We have New PacknPlays firstname.lastname@example.org or text 845-216-4885 l”n Hadassah bas R’ Yehuda Leib GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee). SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 BABY CLOTHING GEMACH Frimit’s Babies New clothing for new parents that need help affording layettes and baby clothing, l’ilui nishmas Frimit bas Menasha Yitzchak. 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. GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333 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! KOS YESHUOS - BECHER GEMACH Simchah, Shabbaton? Don’t spend on disposable bechers. Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com PHONE GEMACH Having an emergency? We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538
ODDS AND ENDS HEIMISHE MOISED is seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax
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deductible. Please call 845500-3100 FINANCES NEEDED my husband is mentally ill & i’m in desperate need of $5,000. if anyone can plz sponsor any amt, email: email@example.com. Thanks. DECLUTTER Donate your gently used hats. Please call 845-517-0838. LOOKING FOR PARTS from uppa baby vista 2008 carriage. Pls call 917-2023813. TRANSFORM! Go from stressed to blessed!! Iyh thurs. @ 10:00 a.m. 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 641 715 0709 pin 549732 ref 1-89# LECHU V’NELCHA Shiurim for post seminary girls given every wednesday night. Call the LVN hotline (718)480-0586 for more details and weekly updates.
2 Sister-of-the-bride Gowns in Pink/Blush. Sizes 00 and 0/2. For Sale. Also Mother-ofthe-Bride Ivory Gown. Size 8. Call 352-4470. 2 preteen/teen gowns for sale, also available mauve/ white little girl’s gown size 5 & 8. 845-519-7747 Size 6 navy and floral gown for sale. Great price! 709-1818 Mechtenista Gown, Sz 12, 774 8719 New ladys gold simcha dress for sale. This season. Never worn. Size 14. Pls call 347645-8930 black mechateniste dress for rent. Size M. Please call 845578-5750. Navy and Cream Tulle bottom size 0-2 845-356-8909 Peach and Silver accent gown, Tulle bottom size 0 845-356-8909 Black wedding dress size 12 for married sister very slenderizing Call 270 5202 custom made gown size 6-8 teal Please call 845-354-8774 Black & silver gown sz 0/2 for teenager. call or text 845 274 3366
2 Pink and White Tulle/Lace Girls Gowns. Sizes 3/4 and 6/7. For Sale. Call 425-5576
TEEN BLUSH DRESS/ GOWN for rent size 2-4 very reasonable 845-362-2127
white detailed gowns sz 2-16 approx to rent for great price. 371-0422
TEEN DRESS\GOWN Black and white, size 2-4 for sale $200. 8454226494
& gowns Black & Gold Gown sz 4 for rent. call or text 845 274 3366 white detailed gowns sz 2-16 approx to rent for great price. 371-0422 Two black and white gowns for rent! Great price. Ladies size 2-4 and 8-10 call evenings 845-425-3549 mauve and off white lady gown size 8-10. Call 845 200-1689 champagne/gold Mirella Gown size 6 for mother of bride to sell. Please call 845641-9314 black lace w/ fine silver beating size 16-20 for sale, plz call 845-608-0020 off-white David Charles simcha dresses. Sizes 3,8,12. $85 each. Call 646-415-1595
Off white/blue dresses size 10 and 12. Worn once. Please call 201.926.2334 pink lavender gown size 2-4 for sale. 347 693 6519 white and green dress for sale-size 2. Please call/text 845-269-8649. Two floral gowns size 8 kids. Please call 845. 659.2527 black and white gown size 4-6. Call/text 845.659.7989 Black and white gown/dress size 6-8. For more info call 845-356-2368 embroidered gown. Size 4 -6. Light coloring. 845-538-7161 White and pink gown. Size 2. call 4254748 Size 0-2,. Worn once 845578-1936
off white/beige wedding/ tnoim dress for sale for $150. Please call: 845.578.1716
embroidered wedding/ tenoim dress size 4 please call 659-9117
B&W wedding dress adult size 4,6, 8-10, for rent, firstname.lastname@example.org call 845-425-3207
Blush/Mauve gown size 6/8 pls call or text for pic 201759-3196
black and gold gown for sale. Size 0-2 worn once. Perfect condition. Great price. text or call 845-608-4906
Flower girl size 8-10 custom made Pink & Gold brocade gown. $375. 845-499-5677
adult gown size 14 ivory color call 845 573 9270
wedding/tenoyim dress for rent! off white and a little cobalt blue design. please text 845 263 4590
black and white maternity dress for rent. For more info call 845.376.3412
2 blush colored Exquisite gowns. Worn once. Sizes 10 &12. Plz call 845-352-9582.
White teen gown size 0-2 for sale or rent pls call or text 8454996336
Ivory gown, mauve/gold brocade inlay, size 6-8. Please call or text 845-323-2434
light blue gowns for sale. Sizes Adult 4, children sizes 10 and 14. Please call 3520623.
Mother of the Bride light blue dress with silver beading cocktail length for sale. Size 8-10. 845-499-5677
Heimishe Early Childhood program looking for a dedicated Education Coordinator. For the right candidate this is a great opportunity to work with a loving and caring team. Full benefits package. Candidate should possess: • B.A. in Early Childhood Education (Master’s Degree preferred) • Early childhood teaching experience • Administrative abilities • Yiddish language • Driver’s license preferred Program is: 12 months (revolving around Heimishe luach) 8:45 – 3:15 - Monday – Thursday 8:45 – 12:30 - Friday Interested candidates should e-mail resume to email@example.com black and off white 2 piece size 6 (845) 659-9117 SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful gold and black, sister of bride, pink label dress for sale call 347.549.7268 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
FOR SALE Beautiful silver/gray tenoyim or sis of the bride dress size 6-8. Call 426-3018 and lve msg. KLEINFELD KALLAH GOWN Magnificent custom gown for sale. Please call 347.549.7268 ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326
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דינער לטובת ישיבת בית דוד
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רשת כוללי האברכים דחסידי צאנז קרית צאנז ירושלים – בית שמש – קרית צאנז טבריה -מאנסי
מיסודו של כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר הגה"ק זי"ע
בנשיאות כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר הגה"ק שליט"א
על אלה אני בוכיה עיני יורדה מים בלבבות ממאנים להאמין ,בצער רב וביגון קודר ,משתתפים אנו באבלו הכבד של ידידנו היקר ,האבר"ך כמדרשו ,יושב אהלים ,נח לשמים ולבריות ,עוסק בצרכי ציבור באמונה, רבה פעולתו ומרובה עשייתו למען רשת כוללי "מבצר התורה" ,ה"ה
הרב לוי יצחק ראזנבערג
מזכיר רשת כוללי 'מבצר התורה' בחו"ל
היושב בעמק הבכא
על פטירתה בחטף בדמי ימיה של בתו
בשם רבנן ותלמידיהון נעלה תנחומינו מעומק הלב ,המקום ינחם אתכם נחמה שלימה ואמיתית בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים ,אך טוב וחסד ירדפוכם כל ימי חייכם ,עדי נזכה כולנו במהרה לאורו של משיח ,ויקוצו וירננו שוכני עפר בגאולה השלימה ,בב"א. החותם בדמע ובצער בשם רבנן ותלמידיהון
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שמחת השבע ברכות לבן האדמו"ר מראדוויל מאנסי בביהמ"ד ראדוויל בארא פארק
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חתונה פון הגר צדק ר' פנחס יואל גרינוואלד בן בית אצל הגה"צ ר' פנחס חיים גרינוואלד אבד"ק פאפא מאנסי
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דינער לטובת ת"ת וויען
הכנסת ספר תורה ע"י הרבני הנגיד ר' יחיאל מיכל טויבער לביהמ"ד ראחמסטריווקא ירושלים
שמחת הפארשפיל בחצר הקודש בעלזא
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SALE starts wedNESDAY, may 23
ברוך הבא בשם ה' בהדרת קודש בתוך קהל עם ה' מקדמים אנו בברכה מרובה את פני ידידינו רב האי גאון וגדול ,חובר חיבורים מחוכמים ומאירים בכל מקצועות התורה ,לוחם מלחמות ה' לגדור גדר ולעמוד בפרץ ולהעמיד הדת על תילה בעיר ה' שמה ,מש"ה שפיר קאמר ,וה' עמו שהלכה כמותו ,הגאון האדיר המפורסם ,כקש"ת
ראש בית דין צדק של העדה החרדית בעיה"ק ירושלים תובב"א
העומד אתנו בקשרי הלכה זה רבות בשנים מהתם להכא ומהכא להתם
לרגלי הגיעו לשערי עירינו ניו יארק לשמחת כל ישרי לב שוחרי תורה ולשאת מדברותיו הנעימים בכינוס עם רב לחיזוק יהדות הנאמנה חברי הבית דין צדק שליט"א מקדמים בברכה מרובה את פני הגאון הראב"ד שליט"א, ומברכים בברכת התורה שיזכה עוד רבות בשנים דשנים ורעננים לעמוד בראש העדה הקדושה ,להאיר עיני בני ישראל באור תורתו והוראתו ,כי אורך ימים ושנות חיים ושלום יוסיפו לו ,וקוי ה' יחליפו כח יעלו אבר כנשרים ,אכיה"ר. כה דברי המקדמים פניו בברכת התורה
הנהלת בית דין צדק שע"י
התאחדות הרבנים דארצה"ב וקנדא
הראב"ד עוסק בלימוד התורה בבית האכסני' תיכף בחזרתו משדה התעופה
ראב"ד ירושלים בביקור אצל גיסו הגרמ"ד סאלאווייטשיק לפני נסיעתו
תלמידים פון גשר החיים ביים מקיים זיין מצות שליח הקן
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מעמד קבלת פנים בשדה התעופה לכבודו של הגאון ראב"ד ירושלים שבא לפאר מעמד כינוס כללי דחסידי סאטמאר בבנין נעסאו קאלאסיום ביום א' הבעל"ט
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חתונה בבית האדמו"ר מבאבוב
נישואי בנו הרב ישראל אלימלך אסרו חג שבועות
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חתונה בבית האדמו"ר מבאבוב
נישואי בנו הרב ישראל אלימלך אסרו חג שבועות
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קהילה קדושה צאנז – מאנסי בנשיאות כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר שליט"א
חיל ורעדה אחזתנו ,בשמוע הבשורה האנחה של אחד מחשובי האברכים בקהילתינו הק' עוסק בתורה ועבודה במשך שעות היום ,וגם לרבות מה שנטל עליו לאחרונה בעול הנהגת הכולל ,להיות עוסק בצרכי ציבור ,נוח לשמים נוח לבריות ,מוכתר בקילוסין אברך כמדרשו,
הר"ר לוי יצחק ראזענבערג הי"ו על פטירת בתו הילדה ע"ה
נמס לבבינו ,נחשכו עינינו ,משתתפים אנו בצערו הגדול ,לב כל אחד יחרד בשמוע בשורה הקשה, הומה לבבינו בשבילך ,המקום ינחם אותך משמי שמים יחד עם כל אבלים ואבלי ציון ,ולא ישמע עוד שוד ושבר בגבולינו ,ונזכה בקרוב לתחיית המתים ,ולקיבוץ נדחי ישראל ,בביאת משיח צדקינו במהרה בימינו אמן המשתתפים בצערך
חברי ק"ק צאנז-מאנסי
בניˆוחו ˘ל ‰מ˘ורר ‰מפורסם י„י„ינו ˙ו˘ב ˘כונ˙נו ,מכב„ „' מ‚רונו
ר' ˘למ‡„ ‰ס˜‡ל ני"ו בליווי מ˜‰ל˙ ˘יר‰
חיים לעב‡וויט˘ ני"ו מ˙ו˘בי ˘כונו˙נו
עכנטליכער וו קאלום
וואס איז דער וואונדערליכער הימלישער כח פון
וואס איז טאקע דער הימלישער כח פון "סגולת הרמ"ק ערב שבת כולל"? פארוואס איז ערב שבת קודש געוועןאזא הצלחה'דיגער זמן ביים הייליגן רמ"ק זי"ע (מחבר ספה"ק "תומר דבורה")? פארוואס האט דער הייליגער רמ"ק איינגעפירט אז תלמידי חכמים זאלן דעמאלטס מקדיש זיין אויף תורהותפילה? געהויבענע לייט האבן אנגעצייגט אויף א הייליגן און וואונדערליכן הסבר: " ...מיר ווייסן אז די הייליגע תורה פארמאגט א געוואלדיגן כח משפיע צו זיין מורא'דיגע הצלחות פאר אידישע קינדער .אבער אויב שטרענגט מען זיך אן אוועקצוגעבן צייט אויף לימוד התורה בשעת רוב כלל ישראל איז פארנומען מיט אנדערע ענינים ,אט די יחידי סגולה פארמאגן א פיל גרעסערן כח ,משפיע צו זיין זעלטענע השפעות און הצלחות! "...ע"כ.
שליחמיוחד וו עט אי יך מ זכ יר ז יין
בייםציוןהרמ"ק ואריה"קזי"ע עם
מסוגל'דאיניגןעתרצון ערב שבת קודש
איינע פון די חשוב'ע רבני דורינו הגאוה"צ לאויוש"ט שליט"א באטאנט ..." :ווען די גאנצע שפע קודש פון לימוד התורה ווערט 'צעטיילט' פאר א קליינער צאל לומדי תורה ,איז בכלל נישט קיין חידוש אז מ'הערט אזעלכע פלא'דיגע הצלחות ב"ה!" ,ווי רבי שמעון בר יוחאי שרייבט קלאר :אין א זמן ווען די תורה הק' ווערט נאכגעלאזט ,זיי דו עס מחזק ,און וועסט זוכה זיין צו שכר אנשטאט יעדן! דער גרויסער גאון וצדיק בעל שבט הלוי ,הרב וואזנער זצ"ל האט אמאל געפרעגט אלס יונג-בחור'ל פון א גדול :וויאזוי האסטו זוכה צו אזא געוואלדיגע הצלחה?" .זייער פשוט" – האט דער גדול געענטפערט – "יעדן ערב שבת זענען מיר אריין אין ביהמ"ד און געלערנט די שווערסטע מקצועות אין ש"ס .מיר האבן פלוצלינג געזעהן א אויסטערלישע הצלחה און סייעתא דשמיא!" אט דער הימלישער כח ההצלחה איז צום דערקענען אויף טריט און שריט ,משפיע צו זיין זעלטענע השפעות און הצלחות ,ווי אזויפיל אידישע משפחות זאגן עדות איבער'ן הייליגן 'סגולת הרמ"ק'.
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