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FREE ISSUE 158 JULY 25, 2018

‫פרשת ואתחנן‬ ‫י"ג אב תשע”ח‬

Yerushalayim of Yore Recollections of the Old Yishuv

The Water, the Arindoracks, and Nearby Summer Attractions

Mousse Is on the Menu!

Layered desserts for Shabbos Nachamu

Visit Lake George this bein hazmanim

Inside Your Walls, Yerushalayim A pictorial tour of the eight Shaarei Yerushalayim


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Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 158 JULY 25, 2018

‫פרשת ואתחנן‬ ‫י"ג אב תשע”ח‬

Yerushalayim of Yore Recollections of the Old Yishuv

The Water, the Arindoracks, and Nearby Summer Attractions

Mousse Is on the Menu!

Layered desserts for Shabbos Nachamu

Visit Lake George this bein hazmanim

Inside Your Walls, Yerushalayim A pictorial tour of the eight Shaarei Yerushalayim

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

TELEPHONE 845-600-8484

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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Diet Dilemma

78 // Parsha 82 //

Week in Review

89 // Food 98 //

Yerushalayim of Old

112 //

Shaarei Yerushalayim

132 //

Living Halacha

135 // Excursions 154 //

FYI

157 // Yiddish 162 //

Comics

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Monsey Trivia

164 //

Fun Pages

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Real Estate

172 // Classifieds 184 // Pictures


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AN ESCAPE EXCURSION RIGHT HERE IN MONSEY (Re: Excursions, Issue 156) After reading your feature about Escape Rooms, I’d like to make readers aware that a frum family just opened a heimishe escape room in their basement in Monsey this past Chol Hamoed Pesach. They will be closed during bein hazmanim, but will reopen August 19. The cost will be $18 per person as of Sukkos time. There is a $50 minimum. The escape room is for ages 12 to adult, and up to 10 people can fit inside the room. Anyone interested in booking a 60-minute time slot can call Mrs. Herzog at 845-356-3515 once they reopen. L.H.

RE: CHOKED IN TIME (Inbox, Issue 155) I’d like to point out something very important in response to the letter from a woman who wrote how fortunate she was that her husband insisted on having a fire extinguisher, so that when there was an oven fire, he opened the oven door and put it out. Please be aware that when there is a food fire in any oven, the first thing to do is to turn off the oven while leaving the door closed. The fire will run out of fuel and go out on its own. Opening the oven door puts you and the rest of your home at risk, as the fire can easily spread. Worried About Safety

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A HIT IN MY HOME (Re: Kabobs for the Kids, Issue 155) I have to salute Rivka Weiss for the adorable idea of putting the kids’ sandwiches on a stick. My children enjoyed to assemble their meals with the spreads and vegetables of their choice, and then ate their fill with such geshmak. How true it is that kids will eat so much better when served in such a tempting manner. M.H.

YOU SPONSORED MY STAMPS This letter is addressed to the bachur who bought stamps in the post office on July 11 ahead of me. Being that you didn’t realize you had to press “end” when finishing your purchase on the self-service machine, the stamps that I purchased right after you were charged to your credit card. I left those stamps at the post office for you to pick up. Readers, when using the self-service machine, please make sure you’ve finalized your purchase and let the machine know you’re done for the day so that the next customer’s order shouldn’t be charged to your card. Stamp Buyer EDITOR’S BULLETIN: We’ve received numerous phone calls about an ad that readers thought had sheimos. As per the psak of The Monsey View’s rav, the ad does not qualify as sheimos. We appreciate your concern.

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Dear Struggling in the Summer,

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Here are some tips for staying on track: 1. Plan ahead. Think about what will be served and decide in advance what you plan to have, then stick to your plan. This is almost like a menu in your mind. If you do not know exactly what will be served and do not feel comfortable asking the hostess, you can plan general categories such as a plate of vegetables, one lean protein or half of a higher-fat protein such as a hot dog or red meat. 2. Portion your plate. Your plate should have lots of salad or vegetables, one protein or a combination of two (half a burger and a small piece of grilled chicken) and a small amount of starch, such as rice or a potato. Try to avoid buns unless it is daytime and they are whole wheat. PAS now makes a delicious thin bun that is whole wheat and has only 100 calories. 3. Think time of day. Bread or buns are better eaten earlier in the day versus late night. If the barbeque is taking place in the afternoon, it’s okay to have one bun (see suggestion in above tip). However, if it’s in the evening, then stick to a potato or rice, or skip your starch. An alternative to a starch can be an ear of corn or some grilled butternut squash

since they both have a higher starch content than regular vegetables. 4. Great items to grill: Peppers, large mushrooms, zucchini, tomatoes... These all taste great and look great on the grill. Make sure to include these on your menu. There is no need for oil. Use oil spray and lots of spices. 5. Don’t forget the drinks menu. Make delicious ice-cold lemonade using Fresca, Crystal Light or even just fresh lemon and sweetener. You can have some ice-cold diet soda in moderation as well. Remind yourself that you don’t need to eat everything you see; you will likely be grilling again soon and will have the chance to choose different options then! Good luck staying on track, Basya Please send in your nutrition question to info@nutritionbytanya.com, Attn: Basya. 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, Five Towns, Queens, Upper West Side and Monroe. The office can be reached at 844-TANYA-DIET.


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“Look at me. Does it look like I need to exercise? I’m skinny.” With the hot sun beating down my back and heavy weights in hand- I didn't know what to say. Honestly, I was shocked and confused by the response. Over the span of the day I suddenly realized something - I realized why Yoely said what he said. For years you have been told that being overweight is a sign of being unhealthy and exercise is a great way to help you lose weight. This must also mean that being skinny is a sign of being healthy. This type of thinking is understandable but unfortunately wrong. Not only is it wrong, it is this type of thinking that has you in the sticky web of dieting your whole life. The issue isn't being overweight. The issue is the way you are viewing the problem. Being overweight is a symptom of living an unhealthy lifestyle. It isn't because you are overweight that you are unhealthy. This means that just because you are skinny doesn't mean you are healthy. The normal response that comes after I say this to someone is “I am healthy. The doctor ran my blood test and it came back fine. Why should I spend time exercising and watching what I eat?” The above mindset may seem like you are 100% right. However, when you truly understand what it means to be healthy only then can you will start to understand how this very mindset causes bigger problems.

This is very unique to every individual and their needs. Performing at your best means that you have the energy, stamina, cognitive function, patience for the things you need to do. If you are a business man/woman it mean you have the ability to perform what is required from you by your job and still have energy to enjoy your family time at the end of a stressful day.

As humans we have been put on this world to do our Hishtadloot. If you aren't doing your Hishtadloot when it comes to your health then you are not performing at your best. What does it mean to do your Hishtadloot regarding your health? It means giving your body the rest, the nutrition and the exercise it requires to function. The big issue I am seeing people have is wrapping their head around doing exercise. After all my Zaidey didn't do exercise. He lived to a ripe old age of 99! Why should I exercise?

You get the idea?

In the old days they didn't have the luxury of not being active. They didn't have the luxury of all these delicious high-caloric low-nutrition food like things. They didn't have the "luxury" of electronics that pulled at them to stay up into the late hours of the night.

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Now that we lead extremely inactive, unhealthy lifestyles (only 3% of Americans lead healthy lifestyle) you need to make a much stronger conscious decision to take care of your health. If you don't, there is a very high chance that issues will arise in the near future. If that is no concern to you then continue doing what you are doing. If you are the type of person that is always looking to improve your life. Always looking to become the best version one yourself - then I would love to show you how the Smith System can help you achieve the goals you are dreaming to achieve. Give me a call on (845) 671 9945 so we can discuss if we are a good fit!

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THE BEGINNING OF Parshas Va’eschanan finds the Jewish people preparing to enter Eretz Yisroel at long last — all except for Moshe Rabbeinu, who is barred entry. Moshe Rabbeinu gathers the people together and he speaks to them for 37 days, preparing them to enter the Eretz Hakodesh. The parsha begins in the midst of that speech, with Moshe Rabbeinu telling the Bnei Yisroel how he had entreated Hashem to allow him to enter Eretz Yisroel: “Va’eschanan… — I entreated Hashem at that time, saying, ‘O Hashem, G-d… let me cross over and see the good land that is on the other side of the Yardein, this good mountain and the Levanon.’… But Hashem was angry with me because of you, and He did not listen to me, and Hashem said to me, ‘Rav lecha — It is enough for you; speak to Me no more regarding this matter.’” (Devarim 3:23–25) Why did Hashem punish Moshe Rabbeinu by not permitting him to enter the land? Rashi, commenting on the Gemara (Sotah 13a), explains that Hashem holds tzaddikim to a higher standard. Hashem is stricter with tzaddikim, judging them to within a “hairsbreadth” (Yevamos 121b). Why is Hashem so strict with tzaddikim? On the one hand, it seems understandable to expect more from those who are capable of more, but on the other hand, do we not all share the same Torah? Are the standards different for different people? The Be’er Mayim Chayim addresses this question, and the answer applies to and will surely inspire all of us. The Be’er Mayim Chayim explains as follows: There are four levels in the Pardes HaTorah: pshat, remez, drush and sod. Pshat refers to the simple, literal meaning of the words. Remez refers to the hinted meanings, such as with gematria. Drush refers to deeper meaning in the text, and sod refers to the Kabbalistic secrets of the Torah. These four correspond to the four worlds: atzilus, briyah, yetzirah and asiyah. Pshat corresponds to this lower world of asiyah, remez to briyah, and so on. Likewise, the nefesh, ruach, neshamah and “neshamah of the neshamah” correspond to the four worlds. Nefesh corresponds to the olam asiyah, ruach to briyah and so on.

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There are some people whose nefesh, ruach, and neshamah come from the highest world, the olam atzilus, whereas other people’s souls emanate from the briyah and yet others from asiyah. The tachlis for each person is to bring up his nefesh to the place from where it was taken. This is where the correspondence comes into play. A person whose nefesh emanates from the olam asiyah has to be careful to fulfill the pshat, while a person whose nefesh comes from yetzirah has to be careful with everything that comes out from the remez haTorah. If not, his nefesh will remain without a tikkun and will have to be purified in the Next World, which is more painful than in This World, until its light will be able to shine enough to bring it back to its original level. This brings us the Be’er Mayim Chayim’s answer to the question of why tzaddikim are held to such a high level of accountability. A person whose neshamah comes from the highest world is responsible to keep the Torah according to the level of sod, the secrets of the Torah. Thus, a person whose nefesh is from a really high place has to do lifnim meshuras hadin, because his neshamah will only get its tikkun from that. What does this mean for the average person? The Be’er Mayim Chayim explains it. It says in Mishlei (2:20), “…L’maan teilech... — …in order that you go in good ways and keep the paths of the tzaddikim.” The Torah is telling everybody to follow the ways of tzaddikim, even though our neshamos may emanate from lower worlds than that of tzaddikim. The Be’er Mayim Chayim answers that even for the lowest among us, it’s a mitzvah to fulfill all the mitzvos of the Torah with all his strength from remez to drush to sodei HaTorah. He cites the Rambam that every person could become as great as Moshe Rabbeinu if he works hard enough (Hilchos Teshuvah, Perek 5 Halacha 2). In addition, if a person does more that is shayach to the avodah of his neshamah that is within him, his s’char will reflect that. Therefore, Hashem tells everyone to follow even in the ways of the tzaddikim. May we all strive to ever higher levels in our avodas Hashem.


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said Muller. The tank was demilitarized in 1996 by the United States Army Combined Support Maintenance Shop in Camp Smith, New York, and came from Annville, Pennsylvania. It was delivered to Monsey on May 13, 1996, and was escorted from the New York State border to its current home by the Town of Ramapo Police Department.

Nyack’s Memorial Park Implements Permit Requirement to Prevent Overcrowding A VISIT BY A MONSEY girls camp to a newly opened splash pad in Nyack has prompted the village board to require permits for all groups that hope to visit the park. The Journal News reported that Nyack residents were disturbed when three busloads of girls from a Monsey day camp paid a visit to Memorial Park during the first week in July. Onlookers complained that the volume of campers was so large that Nyack residents were unable to enjoy the new sprinkler park, which was funded by a grant from the New York Bridge Authority’s Community Benefits Program in order to benefit village children. Hoping to prevent similar recurrences, Nyack officials voted unanimously to require all businesses,

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including camps, to apply for a permit before visiting Memorial Park, which in addition to the splash pad, also features a newly redone playground. The permit process would require any groups requesting approval for a park visit to furnish proof of liability insurance and would also be an opportunity to make guests aware of all park rules in advance of the visit. Nyack Mayor Don Hammond said that only three permits have been requested so far. “We don’t want to hold people up from using the park,” Hammond said. “As we’re beginning to implement this, we’re finding things we need to work through.”


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Rich Chocolate and Vanilla Mousse By: Ruchi from @Cookstas This dessert combines two of my favorite flavors: chocolate and peanut butter. Paired together in a crunchy layer, topped with smooth chocolate mousse and a rich vanilla topping, it is the ultimate treat for all.

CRUNCH 12 chocolate sandwich cookies 2–3 heaping T. peanut butter

VANILLA MOUSSE 1 whip (8 oz.) 1–2 T. confectioner's sugar 1 tsp. vanilla extract

CHOCOLATE MOUSSE 1 whip (8 oz.) ½ cup praline paste 4 oz. high-quality dark chocolate (the higher the percentage of cacao, the better)

TIP: These mousse cups freeze really well when stored in an airtight container. Prepare a batch in advance, and you'll have it on hand for all occasions.

CRUNCH DIRECTIONS 1. In a food processor, pulse the cookies until crumbly. Add the peanut butter and pulse until combined.

VANILLA MOUSSE DIRECTIONS 1. In an electric mixer with the whisk attachment, beat the whip until stiff peaks form. 2. Add confectioner's sugar and vanilla extract and beat another 5 seconds until incorporated. 3. Attach a Wilton 1M tip to a piping bag, or slip it through the inside of a gallon-size resealable bag. Add the mousse to the bag and seal.

CHOCOLATE MOUSSE DIRECTIONS 1. In an electric mixer with the whisk attachment, beat the whip until stiff peaks form. 2. In a separate bowl, melt the chocolate and praline paste in the microwave until smooth. Add to the whip and beat 5 seconds more until incorporated. 3. Attach a Wilton 1M tip to a piping bag, or slip it through the inside of a gallon-size resealable bag. Add the mousse to the bag and seal.

ASSEMBLY 1. Fill individual trifle cups or mini Mason jars about a third full with a layer of crunch. 2. Pipe the chocolate mousse into the cups, starting from the outermost part and working your way inward and upward. 3. Repeat with the vanilla mousse.

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Strawberry-Topped Viennese Mousse Pie By: Goldie Rosner The combination of flavors and textures makes this a winner of a dessert — and it’s a beauty, too.

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LAYERS 1 AND 2 DIRECTIONS

1½ sticks margarine

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10 eggs, separated

2. In a food processor or blender, crush the Viennese crunch. Set aside.

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3. In double boiler, melt the margarine, chocolate and ¾ cup sugar. Set aside. 4. In an electric mixer, beat the egg whites with ¾ cup sugar until a stiff snow forms. Slowly fold in the yolks, the contents of the double boiler and the Viennese crunch. 5. Pour half of the batter into a lined 10x16 baking pan, and bake for 35 minutes. Put the rest of the batter into the fridge. (Use a 10x16 pan that has straight edges rather than one that is scalloped.) 6. After the cake is well cooled, spread the mousse from the fridge over it. Freeze.

LAYER 3 1½ cartons whipped topping (defrosted for 15–20 minutes) ¾ carton of instant vanilla pudding

LAYER 3 DIRECTIONS 1. In an electric mixer, beat the whip until stiff peaks form. Then add the pudding and mix till combined. 2. Spread mixture on top of first two layers. 3. Freeze.

LAYER 4 DIRECTIONS

LAYER 4 1½ bags frozen strawberries (defrosted for 15–20 minutes), only slightly defrosted (for about 15–20 minutes) ¾ cup sugar

1. Dissolve the cornstarch in the cold water. Set aside. 2. Blend the strawberries. 3. Add the sugar, vanilla and dissolved cornstarch to the strawberries. 4. Spread mixture over first three layers. 5. Freeze

1½ tsp. vanilla sugar 3 T. cornstarch ⅓ cup cold water

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YERUSHALAYIM IN ALL ITS GLORY! The Beis Hamikdash standing tall and splendid, a home for the Shechinah once again. The avodah, korbanos, an end to all personal and communal tzaros. Kohanim, Leviim, Yidden of all stripes and from all walks of life converging on our holy city. The shofar of Moshiach heralding the final Geulah. We all dream of it. It was the dream and vision of early Ashkenazic settlers in Yerushalayim, too. The journey to Eretz Yisroel and dwelling in the land was fraught with hardship. It meant poverty, disease and danger. It meant hunger, fear and privation. These first arrivals to the city did not come for material pleasures. With mesiras nefesh, they were driven by a singular goal: to inhabit Eretz Yisroel, which they had confidence would hasten the coming of Moshiach. So intense was the yearning of these settlers during the period referred to as the “Old Yishuv,” that they were ready to face all difficulties and viewed them as part of the privilege of living and serving Hashem in His Chosen Land, while bringing the Geulah closer.

OTTOMAN RULE The Ottoman Turks conquered Eretz Yisroel in 1516. The sultan, Suleiman the Magnificent, was kind to the Jews, liberally allowing them entry and providing positive legal standing and protection. In 1537, he rebuilt the Chomah of Yerusha-

layim. It was a golden era for Yidden in Eretz Yisroel. Both Sephardim and Ashkenazim arrived in droves, and a dynamic Torah society was established.

RAV YEHUDA HACHASSID and the CHURVAH SHUL After leaving Poland, Rav Yehuda Hachassid, zt”l, arrived in Yerushalayim in 1700 along with roughly 800 followers. He envisioned building what would later be known as Churvas Rav Yehuda Hachassid, which he intended to use as a center for Torah and Yiddishkeit. He purchased land immediately upon his arrival, but sadly, a few days later, he passed away. The venture went bankrupt and the shul could not be completed. The local Arabs involved, angered that the balance remained unpaid, banned all Ashkenazim from living in the city, and an interlude of many years with barely an Ashkenazic presence in Yerushalayim ensued. The dispute over the Churvah Shul was settled after many years, when the Yidden took the issue to Turkish court, claiming that since more than 150 years had passed, the balance had no credence or consequence (Turkish law dictated that a debt expires after a certain number of years). Turkish court ruled in their favor, and the Yidden were able to rebuild the Churvah Shul in the 1860s after years of its standing incomplete.

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THE OLD YISHUV It was during this time of Ottoman rule over Eretz Yisroel that the first wave of chassidic and Lithuanian settlers arrived from Europe. The Baal Shem Tov’s brother-inlaw, Rav Gershon Kitover, zt”l, came in 1746. Reb Menachem Mendel of Vitebsk, zt”l, Rav Avraham Kalisker, zt”l, and some talmidim of the Mezeritcher Maggid, zt”l, a primary talmid of the Baal Shem Tov, were also among the first settlers. They settled in Tiveria in the 1780s. The Vilna Gaon had a passionate aspiration to inhabit the land of Eretz Yisroel. He believed that if Yidden would live in Yerushalayim, it would inspire the arrival of Moshiach. He himself had plans to move to Yerushalayim, but they never materialized. Several versions are recounted describing why his plans fell through. Regardless, he had planted this longing within the minds and hearts of his talmidim. With a passionate desire to help further their rebbe’s dream, numerous students, referred to as Talmidei HaGra, or the Perushim, actualized the vision by traveling to Eretz Yisroel after the Gaon’s passing. At first, a small group of Talmidei HaGra left for Eretz Yisroel in 1808, wanting to prepare the groundwork for more of their peers to come and settle. Thinking that it would be easiest to settle in Tiveria, where there were already some Ashkenazic Yidden, they made it their destination. After a while, however, they found it difficult to live side by side with the chassidim whose minhagim and lifestyle were so different, and they decided to move to Tzfas. In Tzfas, the Perushim set up a flourishing Ashkenazic kehillah. This set the path for more Talmidei

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HaGra to follow suit. One such talmid was Reb Yitzchok Chaslavisher, zt”l, the forebear of the famous Cheshin family of Yerushalayim. Prior to leaving Europe Reb Yitzchok learned in the yeshivah of Volozhin, where he was a beloved talmid of Rav Chaim Volozhiner, zt”l. In Volozhin, Torah was learned round the clock,

dressed similarly to the Arabs, were not banned from the city. In fact, a Sephardi community, including gedolim such as the Ohr HaChaim Hakadosh and the Chida, was already present in the Old City. Thus, with no other way in, the Talmidei HaGra dressed in Sephardic garb before entering the city, and man-

24 hours a day, as Rav Chaim believed there could be no kiyum ha’olam otherwise. However, so dear was the value of yishuv Eretz Yisroel to Rav Chaim, that contrary to his style, he instructed all the bochurim to close their Gemaras and accompany Reb Yitzchok until the borders of the city! In the year 1830, the infamous earthquake of Tzfas shattered the Ashkenazic presence in the city. Many lives were lost, and a large percentage of the community, afraid to continue living in Tzfas, left for Yerushalayim. (The Chasam Sofer wrote at the time that the earthquake came as the hakpadah of Yerushalayim, as Yidden were arriving in Eretz Yisroel and choosing not to live within her walls.) Relocating wasn’t simple. The local Arabs, still incensed at the Ashkenazim at large, refused to allow Ashkenazim into Yerushalayim. Sephardim, on the other hand, who

aged to smuggle themselves past the unsuspecting Arabs, who did not recognize their true Ashkenazic identity. And so, the Old Yishuv flourished.

EXPANSION OUTSIDE THE CITY’S WALLS At first, the Yidden lived within the walls of the Old City, but the Talmidei HaGra encouraged purchasing land from the gentiles. This would give Yidden the chance to own a chelek in Eretz Yisroel. The more land owned by Yidden, the more mitzvos hateluyos ba’aretz could be kept. The Yidden would be able to keep shemittah, maaser, orlah and a host of other commandments exclusive to life in the Holy Land. Certainly this would hasten the Geulah.


This meant moving outside the chomah of the Old City. It was not a simple plan. They were up against extreme Arab resistance, and when the first neighborhood beyond the Old City was built, no one was ready to make the move. It was simply too dangerous. Finally, two or three brave families relocated, and the neighborhood was officially opened. Tragically, misfortune struck when angry Arabs attacked the courageous pioneers in the middle of the first or second night, taking the lives of a few Yidden. Undeterred, the Yidden remained, but positioned a shomer to guard the neighborhood. Slowly, the community grew, and with time, additional neighborhoods were built. Nachalas Shivah, Meah Shearim, Beis Yisrael and Shaarei Chesed were among the first few. The famous English philanthropist, Sir Moses Montefiore, was heavily involved in the construction of these new neighborhoods. In fact many of these areas, including Zichron Moshe, Yemin Moshe and Kiryas Moshe, carry his name. The mitzvah of owning land in Eretz Yisroel was so great that purchasing some of it was even deemed permissible to do on Shabbos. In fact, Neve She’anan, one of the pioneer neighborhoods, was purchased on Shabbos. Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld, zt”l, accompanied Reb Moshe Aharon Galunt, z”l, and his daughter, Chana Minzberg, a young girl at the time, to purchase the land on a Friday night. The money was in Chana’s pocket. The Arab who was selling the land took the money out of her pocket and wrote up a contract of sale.

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INTERVENTION FROM CHUTZ L’ARETZ Funds for construction came primarily from European donors who considered it an honor and a privilege to have a part in yishuv Eretz Yisroel. The houses built during that period are all of similar style and have one thing in common: a stone on the front of the

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building with the name of the donor or donors etched upon it. A prominent talmid of the Gra, the Chayei Adam, had a great desire to be oleh to Eretz Yisroel. When he realized that his dream was not materializing, he became a “shadar,” or a shelicha d’rabbana, going around the city of Vilna where he lived and collecting money with which land was purchased and buildings erected in Eretz Yisroel. The notion of kollelim was initiated as well. This meant that each community in Europe would set

was literally a life-saving arrangement. There were no Jewish businesses and no income for the poor Yerushalmi residents. People could starve of hunger and deprivation. Illnesses and epidemics were common. The threat of death was so real that each day of survival was considered a miracle. A Yerushalmi Yid of many generations repeats that when his grandfather would come home, he used to call out the names of each of his children before entering the apartment. He

Land, to serve their Creator from this point of closeness. The walls of their small homes were saturated with passion and fervor, sincere emunah, bitachon and toil in Torah, the quality of which could certainly be attributed to their triumphing over the squalor conditions. Bit by bit, with great mesiras nefesh, they established strong foundations for the magnificent palace known as the city of Yerushalayim.

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up a fund, where people donated money for the people of Eretz Yisroel. This included Kollel Shomrei Hachomos, Kollel Chibas Yerushalayim, as well as the Polin, Vohlin and Lithuanian kollelim, among others. The money sent by the kollelim was practically the only means of support from which the residents of Yerushalayim lived. It

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wanted to hear their sweet voices calling back, an indication that they were still alive! With no materialistic pleasure or gratification, and constant fear of the neighboring Arabs, who’d rob and kill at leisure, life left its rigorous mark on the idealistic residents. Yet they considered themselves fortunate and felt it a true zechus to be able to live in the Holy

The streets were filled with elevated “Yerushalayim-shel-Maaleh’dige Yidden,” some simpler, some more learned; some famous, and some who led more private lives. Standing out for their distinction in Torah learning and closeness with Hakadosh Baruch Hu, were many gedolei olam. The first official Ashkenazi Rav of Yerushalayim was Rav Shmuel Salant, zt”l. With his typical humility, Rav Shmuel did not fully accept the role upon himself until a while after his official appointment as rav. Rav Salant was zocheh to arichas yamim and lived into his nineties, shouldering the rabbanus for nearly seventy years. During this time, Yerushalayim saw exponential growth, multiplying five times in size. As Rav Shmuel aged, Rav Eliyahu David Rabinowitz-Teumim, zt”l, better known as the Aderes, was lined up to become the next rav of Yerushalayim. However, he passed away still during the lifetime of Rav Salant. Among the Torah scholars re-


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MINHAGEI YERUSHALAYIM Most minhagim that are referred to as “minhag Yerushalayim” stem from the Perushim. Many were instituted during this time period, under the Torah leadership of Rav Shmuel Salant, Rav Yehoshua Leib Diskin and Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld.

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Music at Chasunahs Once, a cholera epidemic broke out in Yerushalayim, claiming many lives including pious talmidei chachamim such as Rav Nachum Shadiker and Rav Moshe Leib Kutner. With the epidemic still raging, another calamity plagued Eretz Yisroel: Swarms of locusts destroyed acres upon acres of crops. Distraught, Rav Meir Auerbach turned to a Sephardic mekubal, Rav Yedidya Abulafia, zt”l, for guidance. Rav Abulafia stated that he was mekabel from his rebbe that any hardship that befalls the Yidden of Yerushalayim can be attributed to a lack of proper mourning for the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash. Rav Meir consulted with Rav Shmuel Salant and publicized a yom tefillah at the Kosel Hamaaravi. After everyone davened for an end to the terrible plagues, Rav Meir announced that from that point on, no musical instruments would be played at weddings in Yerushalayim. As soon as this new restriction was declared, the cholera stopped and the locusts flew away. At first, there was confusion as to whether the ban on instruments applied in the Old City alone, or if it should be upheld in the outlying neighborhoods built outside the Old City. It was once brought to

the attention of Rav Yehoshua Leib Diskin that music was playing at a wedding in one of the newer neighborhoods, and Rav Diskin sent one of his disciples to instruct the music to stop. Out of deference to the Rav, the band immediately stopped playing, and it thus became accepted that the decree applied to the surrounding areas of Yerushalayim as well. More recently, some have been matir neder not playing music at weddings in outlying areas. However, true Yerushalmi tradition is still upheld for the most part. Reb Nechemia Cheshin, a chashuve Yerushalmi Yid, was at the sheva brachos of a family member where a friend had arranged music, and he refused to allow the music in Yerushalayim even at a sheva brachos!

Immediate Burial In Yerushalayim, it is customary to bury a niftar immediately and not wait even overnight. One Motzei Shabbos, after a heavy snow fell over Yerushalayim, members of the chevrah kaddisha were summoned to the home of a niftar. They were in a quandary. How were they to carry out a burial under such conditions? There were no cars; the niftar needed to be carried by foot, and it seemed impossible. One of the members ran


over to Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld to ask what to do. Rav Yosef Chaim responded unequivocally, “Yes! The niftar must be buried tonight, without delay!” Rav Yosef Chaim then gave them bottles of whiskey to drink so they could keep warm along the way and stationed himself outside, near the location of where the Toldos Aharon shul is today, waiting for their return. When the chevrah kaddisha finally arrived back close to dawn, one of them was drunk from having had so much whiskey. They placed the inebriated man on a bed and carried him this way to the Varsha Heiser, where he lived. There, Rav Yosef Chaim and the chevrah kaddisha began a lively rikkud, dancing to a song that went something like this, “Nisht genaart, nur gelacht, veil tzvei mul lebt men nisht.” They were so glad to have been able to fulfill the custom of not allowing a niftar to remain unburied overnight in Yerushalayim.

Kabbalas Shabbos Another well-known minhag in Yerushalayim that was instituted during this time period is the welcoming of Shabbos forty minutes before the shkiah. Meant to prevent chillul Shabbos, it also serves as tosfos Shabbos, the mitzvah of adding on time to the predestined length of Shabbos.

Yerushalmi Levush The famous golden caftan traditionally worn by Yerushalmim on Shabbos has its origins in the Middle Eastern garments that allowed Ashkenazim inconspicuous entry to Yerushalayim in the 1830s. However, there are a couple of differences between the cloaks worn by the Arabs and Sephardim and the style used by Yerushalmim. The pattern follows specific kavanos, introduced by Reb Mendel Biderman of Lelov, zt”l.

It is stitched out of 26 pieces, symbolic of the Shem Havaya. The caftan closes right over left, and the neckline is not closed like the Arab version. On the body of the garment, the thin stripes are vertical, but on the arms, the stripes run across horizontally. This is meant to remind the wearer of tefillin, which are not donned on Shabbos. There is also a V-shaped notch in the cuff that, when meeting with the seam near it, forms a shin, referencing Hashem’s Name; two parallel swatches of material at the underarm that symbolize the Luchos Habris; and the finely embroidered collar that resembles the atarah of a tallis. The Yerushalmi caftan is not manufactured by a company, but is typically sewn by Yerushalmi seamstresses or tailors, home-style. These women and men weave the many kavanos into the details of each garment as they sew.

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siding in Yerushalayim were Rav Yeshaya Bardaki, zt”l, Rav Moshe Leib Kutner, zt”l, and Rav Nachum Shadiker, zt”l. Another well-known gadol was Rav Meir Auerbach, zt”l, who, with the backing of Rav Shmuel Salant, was recognized by all gedolei Torah as a leader and Torah authority. Rav Yehoshua Leib Diskin of Brisk, zt”l, arrived to Yerushalayim in 1877 and was also a rav in the city, but never filled the official position of Chief Rabbi. Still, Reb Yehoshua Leib was accepted and respected universally by the Torah-true com-

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munity. His stance on any issue of Torah observance, which was typically strong and vehement, was considered final and was obeyed by all. Rav Salant and Rav Diskin shared a warm relationship and worked closely together. Rav Shmuel, a man of peace, always followed Rav Yehoshua Leib’s ruling regardless of his agreement with the psak. In fact, with Rav Shmuel Salant’s prodding, Reb Yehoshua Leib even led his own beis din. Rav Shmuel Salant was succeeded by Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld, zt”l.

POLITICAL CHANGES In the mid-1800s, Yerushalayim paradoxically experienced much growth as conditions concurrently worsened. Budding new neighborhoods sprouted and expanded. Houses, schools and roads were developed. Two hospitals, Bikur Cholim and Misgav Ladach, were founded. The Old City progressed as well, with more yeshivos and shuls being established. Talmud Torah Eitz Chaim was originally founded within the Old City walls for the Ashkenazic community by Rav Shmuel Salant, in 1841. Yet Yidden were suffering under the corrupt and harsh rule of the Turks, whose empire was in a state of decline. The Turks persecuted the Yidden with acts of oppression and cruelty, and the Yidden no longer felt protected by the law. However, despite the extreme living conditions, fresh immigrants continued to arrive. By 1845, there were 3,000 Jewish families living in Yerushalayim. In 1850, Rav Moshe Biderman of Lelov, zt”l, arrived to Yerushalayim from Poland, leaving his flourishing chassidus and chassidim behind. He desperately wished to daven at the Kosel, which was believed to be the final straw in the bringing of Moshiach. Shortly after he arrived, though, he collapsed. For 72 days, he lay in bed, sick. On his final day, he was taken to the Kosel, but as they approached the site, Arabs pelted them with stones. He was not successful at reaching the Kosel. He was buried on Har Hazeisim, near Yad Avshalom and the Ohr HaChaim Hakadosh. Sadly, there is no zecher of his kever today as it was destroyed by the Jordanians years later. Soon, Torah-true Yidden were not alone in their desire to inhabit the Holy Land. Sadly, the winds of the Haskalah movement that raged in Europe reached the shores of Eretz Yisroel. The initial “enlightened” Yidden who arrived seemed


pious and frum, and it took the discerning perception of the Yerushalmi gedolim to differentiate between them. The rabbanim of Yerushalayim faced the difficult task of keeping the fortress of ehrliche Yiddishkeit intact. In 1878, the Turkish authorities permitted the Ashkenazi community to slaughter cattle for the first time. Until this point, only the Sephardi community, under supervision of Chacham Bashi, had the right to do so. Each kollel within the Ashkenazic community appointed its own shochtim and supervisors — some of whom were not ehrlich. This led to numerous breaches in halacha. Rav Shmuel Salant tasked Rav Yehoshua Leib Diskin with improving the situation. Rav Diskin founded the Shechitah Council of Ashkenazi Chassidish and non-Chassidish Communities, with Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld its appointed leader. This centralization, specifically under such rigid leadership, received the unanimous cooperation of the community at large, and the issues were resolved.

THE COURTYARD NEIGHBORHOODS Within the Jewish areas, little courtyard neighborhoods, sponsored by corresponding communities in Europe, were established. One of the first ones was founded by Reb Hershel Broida and was known as “Batei Broida.” A row of houses was built, with large balconies in the front. Each house had two floors, with steps leading up to them erected outside. There was no running water or bathrooms. The homes were small, and each family was assigned two rooms. Of Lithuanian descent, Reb Broida only allowed Litvishe families, referred to as Perushim, to live in his mini community. A Polish chassid by the name of Reb Mendel Rand visited the development. As he was being shown around, he was told that no chassid was allowed to live there as it was created for Litvishe Perushim only. Hearing this, Reb Mendel decided he too would build a mini com-

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munity — for chassidim only. A narrow street divided the two developments. The houses that Reb Mendel Rand built were slightly larger than the Batei Broida; each home was allotted three rooms. The projects were adorned with impressive batei midrashim that can still be visited today. Parallel developments, such as Batei Varsha and Batei Ungarin, among numerous others, were sponsored and built following a similar style. Today, a system is in place for these apartments, which belong to the hekdesh of the kehillos and kollelim they correspond with, as to who gets the privilege of living in them. The apartments “belong” to the family that lives in it, for as long as the person is alive. When a resident passes away, the apartment returns to hekdesh and is conferred to another family for life.

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sel Hamaaravi and the Makom Hamikdash, the tzaar haShechinah was an almost tangible reality for old-time Yerushalmim. During the Three Weeks, the sadness and aching intensified. The people spoke about and cried over the Churban constantly. In every shul, Tikkun Chatzos was recited daily. Churban Hamikdash was a reality that everyone lived with. Even in more recent genera-

tions, the aveilus was more aptly felt in Yerushalayim. There was an interesting episode with Reb Hershel Kretchnever, zt”l, who passed away just over a decade ago. He approached a chassid, who was a maggid shiur in his yeshivah, and said that he wanted to be matir neder, but he was reluctant to share his problem. All his years, from Shivah Asar B’Tammuz until Tisha B’Av, he explained, he would not lie down in his bed, but slept on the floor. Now, as he aged, he found it impossible to lift himself off the ground when he awoke. The Rebbe had no choice but to relieve himself of the neder. It is our deepest yearning that Yerushalayim’s unique level of mourning, of aching and of loss, be deemed unnecessary with the coming of Moshiach, when we will be zoche to join our brethren in Yerushalayim Ir Hakodesh.


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Come! Let’s take a tour around the Old City walls. The chomah that currently surrounds the Old City was rebuilt in 1537 by the Ottoman Turks who ruled the land at the time. It stretches for 2.8 miles, is between 16 and 49 feet tall, and a number of fortresses were built on top to protect those inside the city. There are eight gates allowing entrance to the Old City. Some older, some newer, all stand tall and proud, welcoming the masses to this holiest of sites.


‫שערי‬ ‫ירושלים‬ ‫שער הפרחים‬ Herod’s Gate

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SHAAR HARACHAMIM Starting at the east side, closest to the Har HaBayis, we stop at SHAAR HARACHAMIM. This entrance is the oldest of them all and existed during the time of the Beis Hamikdash. It has since been rebuilt by the Turks. Known as Golden Gate by the Christians, this gate is sealed, with stones filling in its entranceway. During the rule of the Ottoman Turks, Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent heard the Yidden recount that the Shechinah left the Har HaBayis for galus through this gate. He was also told that Moshiach will enter through

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this gate because of its proximity to the Har HaBayis. To preclude Moshiach’s entry, he therefore decided to close it up with stones. In addition, the Sultan set up a cemetery at the site, wanting to prevent Moshiach, who will originate from Kohanim, from passing. To reach this shaar from the chatzer of the Beis Hamikdash, one needed to go down a few steps. The gate had two entrances: Shaar Harachamim on the southern side and Shaar Hateshuvah on the northern side.


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SHAAR HA’ARAYOS Moving southward, we find SHAAR HA’ARAYOS, or the Lions’ Gate. This opening is timeworn as well, having been used by the Yidden when they came to be oleh regel. This gate is the closest to the site of the Beis Hamikdash. When the Yidden were oleh regel, they used to pass through this shaar on their way to the Beis Hamikdash. For this reason, this gate is also known as Shaar Hashevatim. The name Shaar Ha’arayos was given because of the two lions that are engraved on either side of the gate. It is an impressive-looking gate, with fortress-like stones built on top.

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SHAAR HA’ASHPOS Rounding the bend toward the left is SHAAR HA’ASHPOS, also known as the Dung Gate. Named for the garbage dump that existed at the site approximately 400 years ago, this shaar tells a unique story. At the time, heaps of garbage, stones and sand layered the ground, concealing the area. When Yidden came to daven at the Kosel, they looked for it but could not find it. Finally, under Ottoman rule, the waste was removed, and the Kosel was uncovered once again. What simchah it brought to the Yidden who were able to daven at the Makom Hamikdash once again!

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THE STORY BEHIND SHAAR HA’ASHPOS When Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent of Turkey captured Yerushalayim, he set up his personal residence not far from the Kosel Hamaaravi. One morning, as the sultan sat near his window, attempting to take in some fresh Yerushalmi air, he noticed an old, bentover woman who must have been at least 90 years of age, lugging a sack of garbage and casting it near his palace. The Sultan was upset. “How dare this little old woman throw garbage here?” he called out angrily. He instructed his servants to bring the woman to him. When the woman arrived, the sultan asked, “Of which nationality are you?” “I am Roman, your Honor,” the old woman replied, quivering in fear. “Where do you live?” the sultan continued. “In Beis Lechem. A distance of two days away, your Honor.” Truly amazed, the sultan questioned, “And why did you come all the way here to dispose of your garbage?!” The woman replied that the Roman officials obliged the residents to bring their garbage twice a week, specifically to this spot. “In this place, many years ago,” she said, “stood the Jewish Beis Hamikdash. Since the Romans were not successful at destroying it until its very foundation, they decreed that all people bring their garbage here. This way, the garbage would cover the area, and the memory of this holy place would be completely forgotten.” “Remain here while I investigate the truth behind your words,” the sultan replied. The sultan sent some servants to stand beside the garbage pile and question those bringing their trash. Sure enough, a number of people shared similar responses that corroborated the old lady’s story. The sultan pulled out a couple of pouches filled with coins, along with a basket and a

rake. An announcement proclaimed, “Whoever wants to fulfill the sultan’s wishes can observe his actions and follow suit.” Then the sultan himself scattered the coins from the pouches over the garbage heap. Many people came to watch. Seeing that the sultan alone was standing with a rake and basket in hand, they ran to get rakes and baskets too. The townspeople began to dig through the giant mountain of trash, removing sack after sack, collecting coins all the while. No one was

ashamed to do the dirty work — even the sultan was on the scene! For thirty days the people scurried about, clearing the piles of garbage in search of their loot. Finally, on the thirtieth day, the Kosel was uncovered. The sultan then declared that no one was to bring garbage to the holy site. There were those who attempted to defy the new law, but the sultan remained firm on his premise and meted out sharp penalties, until the dumping of garbage stopped completely.

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SHAAR TZION Continuing further west, we find SHAAR TZION, called this way because of its proximity to the fortress named Tzion. During the time of Dovid Hamelech, Yerushalayim was a small city, inhabited by the Yevusim. The Yiddishe army, under Dovid Hamelech’s command, fought

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a difficult war against the Yevusim. With much siyata d’Shmaya, the Yidden were successful at conquering the local fortress, known as Metzudas Tzion, from the hands of the Yevusim, and from that point on, the location became known as Har Tzion, the capital city of Malchus Beis Dovid.


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SHAAR HACHADASH Moving up along the western side of the chomah, we pass SHAAR HACHADASH. It provides the shortest way through the Christian Quarter of the Old City. This new gate was constructed merely 90 years ago, making it the newest of all gates to the city. Its design is neither tall nor intricate, and it is more serviceable than elaborate, with no major history to share.

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SHAAR SHECHEM Around the bend over to the northern side of the Old City walls, toward the east, we pass SHAAR SHECHEM, or the Damascus Gate. Located on the wall bordering alongside the Muslim Quarter, this gate is primarily used by the Arabs. Many Arab vendors peddle their wares near it. With little fortresses framing the top of the shaar, this is one of the more impressive-looking gates of the chomah. Shaar Shechem is frequented by visitors coming from the northern direction of Yerushalayim and the city of Shechem. It is believed that it was at the site of this shaar that Yirmiyahu Hanavi composed the kinus on the churban of Yerushalayim and was imprisoned.

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SHAAR HAPERACHIM Continuing further east, we meet SHAAR HAPERACHIM, also known as Herod’s Gate. During the Second Beis Hamikdash, Herod (Hordus) ruled over Yerushalayim. He erected many beautiful buildings and set up fortresses and strong walls around the city. The most significant structure that he was involved in was the Beis Hamikdash, which he renewed and refurbished with gold and marble stones. Among his building projects was also this special shaar that he constructed. On top of the gate there are many flowers engraved in the stone, hence the gate’s floral name.

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EVERYONE WANTS TO DO THE RIGHT THING and have yiras Shamayim. To get to this goal, we often read sifrei mussar that instill in us this yiras Shamayim. However, without being wellversed in halacha, even a well-meaning person can easily transgress the Torah. Take, for example, someone who decides to work on the middah of hakaras hatov: he toils over many sifrei mussar on the importance of this middah and tries to find opportunities to be makir tov. So, when it comes time to pay back his friend the money he lent to him prior, he decides he will bring his learning to action and buy him a gift to express his tremendous hakaras hatov. Though he obviously meant well, he actually transgressed the prohibition of paying ribbis. Even though in the case above the person didn’t intend to commit a transgression, the Gemara still says that such an individual needs kaparah (Nazir 23a) — especially because he wasn’t fully innocent, as he should have made time to learn the appropriate halachos. Halacha is, after all, the user-guide for life. The Chofetz Chaim says that this is why the Midrash says that one who lacks knowledge can’t learn mussar; the simple understanding is that the mussar wouldn’t help one who doesn’t have an understanding of halacha (see introduction to Shemiras Halashon and the Chazon Ish’s Emunah U’Bitachon, perek 3). There isn’t much a person can possibly do without knowing halacha, as almost every area of one’s life requires knowledge of the appropriate halachos. How can he hold a proper conversation if he isn’t versed in the laws of lashon hara, chanufah (flattery) and onaas devarim (hurtful speech)? How can he eat without knowing the intricate and complicated halachos of which bracha to make on mixtures of food? How can one do business without knowing the laws of buying and selling, overcharging, the detailed laws of taking interest, and the laws of paying one’s workers on time? Needless to say, on Shabbos, when there are so many complicated laws, knowing halacha is crucial. Simple tasks such as peeling or washing fruits or even tidying up the house may fall under the prohibition of borer without the appropriate conditions. The Yaaros Devash even says that if someone hasn’t learned hilchos Shabbos thoroughly, it is impossible not to transgress it. In all of these scenarios, we see it is impossible to live as a frum Yid without thorough knowledge of halacha. As the Chazon Ish says, with every movement, one needs to seek the council of the Shulchan Aruch. The Baal Shem Tov says that often the yetzer hara wouldn’t tell someone to stop learning Torah altogether because many people would never accept such an idea. However, the yetzer hara might

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tell a person to pay less attention to areas that will help him change, which is why there is a big yetzer hara not to learn halacha and mussar — as these areas have the largest impact on a person’s growth. To combat this yetzer hara, we are starting this series. Even though the questions and answers presented here do not replace a rav, they are nevertheless useful for a few rea-

sons. First, a rav may not always be available, and a person must sometimes make an on-the-spot decision. And second, even more simply than that, many times a person may not even realize there is a shailah at hand! This series will, be’ezras Hashem, increase one’s awareness of the many halachic shailos he is confronted with on a regular basis, and present a general approach as to what to

do when presented with a questionable situation. Readers are encouraged to send in questions and ideas regarding which halachos they think are overlooked or less clear so they can be addressed in future articles. Be’ezras Hashem, by increasing awareness of many relevant halachos, we can certainly contribute to the bias haMoshiach, bimeheirah b’yameinu.

Brushing Hair On Shabbos, one generally wants to look his best l’kavod Shabbos. However, there are several melachos that limit how one may go about looking his best. Let’s take a look at brushing one’s hair or sheitel. How may one brush one’s hair on Shabbos? One of the 39 melachos is gozez, which includes cutting outgrowths of one’s body, like hair, nails, cuticles, loose skin, etc. The halacha says that brushing one’s hair presents serious halachic shailos of gozez, because it causes hair to fall out.1 So what can we do with messy hair? Think of Sara’la and Miri, who fell asleep cramped together on Esti’s bed leil Shabbos. Baruch Hashem for meleches machsheves! For

every melachah, there is the heter of davar she’einu miskaven. This means that if one has no kavanah to perform the melachah and it is not inevitable (a psik reisha) that it will happen, then the act is muttar. Therefore, in our case, it would be muttar to tidy Sara’la’s, Miri’s, and Esti’s hair, if 1) one uses a very soft brush (or one’s fingers), 2) it is done in a very soft manner so as to just tidy up the hair, and not actually brush it in a way that hair would not inevitably be pulled out, and 3) without intent to remove any hairs (not even the loosely attached ones). The poskim mention that minhag Ashkenaz is to set aside a brush specifically for Shabbos to get around the issur of ovdin d’chol.2

How may one brush a sheitel on Shabbos? With sheitels there is no problem of gozez because gozez only applies to something connected to one’s body. However, there could be other problems involved. One is the problem of koreyah (ripping), and another is soseir (destroying). For those who aren’t careful with their sheitels (or are super nice to their daughters by letting them play Mommy and Baby with an authentic sheitel), there could be another problem. If the sheitel is in a condition that one wouldn’t wear it outside without brushing it, then brushing it would violate the melachah of makeh

b’patish.3 So what’s the halacha? The poskim mention that it is assur to brush a sheitel that is too messy to be worn without brushing because of makeh b’patish. However, one is allowed to brush a sheitel that is only slightly messy with a soft brush, only to neaten the hair in a way that it is not inevitable that hair will be pulled out, and without any intention to pull out hair. Here, too, the poskim mention that the minhag is to set aside a brush specifically for Shabbos to get around the issur of ovdin d’chol.4

See Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chaim 303:27. The poskim point out that it is a problem because it is a psik reisha and because it is considered as if one has kavanah to pull out hair since, to separate strands of hair, one often needs to pull out hair as well. 1

There is a machlokes Rishonim whether this is an issur d’Oraisa, since beautifying the body is considered tzrichah l’gufah, or whether it is an issur d’rabbanan since one is not using the hair and it is therefore considered a malachah she’aino tzrichah l’gufah. According to the Rambam, even a melachah she’aino tzrichah l’gufah is an issur d’Oraisa. 2 See Mishnah Berurah 303:87; Igros Moshe, Orach Chaim II, siman 78; Shemiras Shabbos K’Hilchasa 14:50. The Ohr Letzion writes that the Sephardim do not have the minhag to set aside a brush specifically for Shabbos (Ohr Letzion II 43:3). 3

See Ketzos Hashulchan, siman 146; Ohr Letzion II 27:10.

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Shemiras Shabbos K’Hilchasa 14:52.

The purpose of this column is to bring awareness to matters of halacha. As with any halacha-related questions, consult your rav for a psak.

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MAGIC FOREST PARK

1912 Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845 518-668-2448 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. $19.99 per person (under 2 free). If you enter after 3:00 p.m., the ticket includes the next day. A great amusement park for toddlers, preschoolers, young elementary children and their families, Magic Forest features 25 rides, a magic show, a horse show, animals, a storytelling section and life-sized animal statues with a safari train ride to view them. The park is in a forest with plenty of shade and benches all over for parents to sit. There’s also a large picnic area for lunch.

FUNA’RAMA FUN PARK 135 Beach Road, Lake George, NY 12845 518-668-2159 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. $5 a ride; quarters for arcades This destination features family summer fun with carousel, bumper boats, bumping cars, teacup ride and arcades.

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Shelving Rock Road, Fort Ann, NY 518-623-1200

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An easy hike gives you access to this 50-foot cascade. The drive from Lake George may be a long one, but it is a very scenic one, much of it being on gravel roads. Park in Parking Lot 1. From there walk down the slope toward the bridge and follow the trail on the right, where there is a stream. From there it’s a ten-minute hike to get to the top of the falls for splendid views of the falls and creek bed. Walking further on the trail and turning right will lead you to views of the bottom of the falls. *Additional driving directions: From Route 9, travel past the outlet malls and turn right on 149; follow 149 East past Route 9L, until you hit Buttermilk Falls Road on your left. Traveling down Buttermilk Falls, you’ll see it becomes Sly Pond Road and then Shelving Rock Road (which by now is a dirt road). Follow Shelving Rock Road 11 miles until Hog Town Parking Lot, where you should take a left and drive 2.7 miles to the trailhead.

40 minutes from Lake George 793 Peaceful Valley Road, North Creek, NY 12853

SCENIC GONDOLA SKYRIDE

10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Ages 13 to 69: $22; Ages 7 to 12 and seniors: $12; 6 and under free A half-hour gondola ride on Gore Mountain; stunning views of the high peaks of the Southern Adirondacks, with hiking and picnicking on the mountain.

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MINYAN Summer minyanim take place in a large tent behind Magic Forest, organized by Rabbi Rubin of Chabad of Saratoga Springs. 71 Bloody Pond Road (just right off Route 9), Lake George, NY 12845 Minyan runs in the summer from Sunday night through Friday morning: Shacharis is at 8:00 a.m. and Mincha and Maariv are bizmano. For Shabbos, there’s minyan available in Saratoga Springs.

FOOD Chabad offers catered meals in Saratoga Springs b’hashgachas Rabbi Rubin of Saratoga Springs: 518-5260773, saratora@gmail.com There’s a Price Chopper with some kosher products in Lake George (no chalav Yisroel milk) at corner Amherst and Iroquois Streets. Stock up on the way at Albany’s Colonie “Kosher” Price Chopper, which is well-stocked with kosher food, including milk, chalav Yisroel, and pas Yisroel.

pool and book accordingly. BEST WESTERN OF LAKE GEORGE Simple well-kept hotel very close to minyan and central Lake George attractions 2452 Route 9N, Lake George, NY 12845 518-668-5701 HOLIDAY INN RESORT LAKE GEORGE Geared for children with splash park and playground 2223 Canada Street, Route 9, Lake George, NY 12845 518-668-5781 COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT LAKE GEORGE Hotel across the lake that is walking distance to some attractions 365 Canada Street, Lake George, NY 12845 518-761-1150 KATHY’S RESORT AND COTTAGES Rentals of chalets, suites, townhomes and studios, each with kitchen facilities.(Housekeeping is not done during your stay, and minimum stay in season is 1 week.) 2354 Route 9N, Lake George, NY 12845

Price Chopper 1892 Central Ave Albany, NY 12205 (518) 456-9314

LODGINGS These hotels were selected for their cleanliness, beauty and proximity to minyan. Many more lodging options at different price points are available, with quite a few along Route 9/Canada Street. Inquire about location of

If you want to stay in Saratoga Springs over Shabbos, please email for information about accommodations, food and catering: saratogachabad@gmail.com.

MINYANIM BETWEEN LAKE GEORGE AND MONSEY One minyan per area listed, though some have more. SARATOGA | Chabad of Saratoga Springs | 130 Circular Street, Saratoga, NY 12866 | 518-526-0773 ALBANY | The Shteeble | 463 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208 | 518-423-4102 TANNERSVILLE | Mosdos Boston | 5863 Main Street, Tannersville, NY 12845 | 518-589-6521 MONROE | Bais Hamedrash Hagadol | 12 Garfield Road, Monroe, NY 10950 | THE MINCHA AREA | Auto se Sloastsbergs, Sloatsburg, NY 10974

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STEIN YESHIVA - AN ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL FOR YOUR CHILD! Is your child not succeeding in the large classes of today’s schools? Are you looking for a mainstream school with small classes, differentiated instruction, and an ability to to excel? Then consider enrolling your child in Stein Yeshiva with Pre-1A-8th grade and a separate boys’ & girls’ division. The yeshiva is located just south of Monsey in Yonkers with available bus transportation. The menahel, Rabbi Yosef Cherns, and his staff are utilizing the most successful and progressive techniques of learning, blending it together with tried-and-true methods of our mesorah. Chazal knew the best methods to transmit their knowledge to every student and future generations. What is unique about Stein Yeshiva and its small-class learning model? • Small student/teacher ratio is the closest thing to individualized instruction. • The attention allows the teacher to focus on what skills and talents the student has and what areas still need to be strengthened. • The rebbes, morahs, and teachers are able to relate to their students and understand the importance of the students’ emotional/social growth. • Students explore and take ownership of their knowledge and implementation of our vast Torah to every part of their lives. • Stein Yeshiva is very aware of students’ various learning modalities and balance the students’ learning with creative, experiential handson-activities. • Affordable tuition and transportation. Call Rabbi Yoseph Cherns at 914729-4627 to see if Stein Yeshiva is right for your child. July 25, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 153 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


By: Shevy Hollander

PICKET FENCES Fences are known to be icons of the American landscape, and the white picket fence, with its evenly spaced vertical boards, enjoyed popularity in middle-class suburbia from the Colonial era, when colonists wanted to keep their chickens in their yards, until even today. Picket fences, as the front yard’s boundary, give homeowners just enough privacy, while still allowing views from the street and porch. A picket fence should ideally be between 3 and 4 feet tall.

PLACE THAT GATE Certain premises, by law, must be gated, each with its own specifications: • Military areas • Airports and seaports • Water treatment and chemical plants • Industrial plants • Railroad depots, crossings and train yards • Municipal authorities and transportation terminals • Zoos and aquariums • Swimming pools

GATED COMMUNITIES

Although there are so many pretty white boundaries referred to as pickets, the official picket is pointed or round at the top, designed to shed water. Why white? Because affluent colonists preserved their fences with whitewash (a mixture of lime and water) to match the home’s trim color, though in Colonial Williamsburg, VA, they were left unpainted. In the 1840s some homeowners became creative and coated fences in green and brown, but in the early 20th century white came back into vogue, making white pickets the American icon mentioned above. Picket fence has another meaning, too: text that lack spaces between words, such as Old Latin documents.

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A stone gate, the defining symbol of their exclusivity, sits outside of the village of Tuxedo Park, manned by village police to prevent nonresidents from entering the opulent enclave. Tuxedo Park, just 20 minutes from Monsey, is a gated community, defined as a residential community or housing estate with controlled, and often guarded, entrances for pedestrians, bicycles and automobiles.

Gated communities often have shared amenities, like parks, golf clubs and schools. An estimated 20,000 gated communities were built across the USA by 1997,


a large part of them in rich areas in California. Tuxedo Park was established in the 1880s by Pierre Lorillard who owned The Breakers mansion in Newport prior to selling it to the Vanderbilts. Some of Tuxedo Park’s famous past residents were Mark Twain, who summered there, banker J.P. Morgan of Chase fame, and William Waldorf Astor. In Tuxedo Park there are no house numbers, because anyone allowed entry is expected to know where they are going. The term “tuxedo” for men’s formalwear was coined after the clothing Tuxedo Park residents would wear upon visiting NYC. Is it any wonder, being that it was home to the echelon of society? Legend has it that a person, upset about not being allowed to set up residence in Tuxedo Park, purchased the surrounding land and donated it as state parks to inhibit its growth. While Tuxedo Park is surrounded on all sides by Harriman State Park and Bear Mountain Park, Sterling Forest State Park, Ringwood State Park and Dater Mountain County Park, we are still left to wonder if the legend has any credence. Another wealthy gated community nearby is right off Montebello Road in Suffern, The Ramapo Cirque, where 97 houses were built on a former estate. A private gated enclave with a vibrant heimishe community is the area of Sea Gate, surrounded on three sides by water and private beaches and separated by a 12-foot-high chain-link fence. Residents refer to their community as “the gate” and to adjoining Coney Island as “out of the gate.” There, too, the rich and famous once lived at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, among them the Morgan and Vanderbilt families. About 80 percent of their current population of 7,000 is Yiddish. One of Sea Gate’s most prominent residents was the Ribnitzer Rebbe zt”l.

FAMOUS BARRIERS

GREAT WALL OF CHINA The world’s longest gate is the famous landmark, the Great Wall of China. Most of the existing wall dates back to the Ming Dynasty when thousands of workers likely died building it.The Great Wall was originally built to fend off invasions from the north.

BERLIN WALL The defining symbol of the Cold War, the Berlin Wall was built by the communist government between East and West Berlin to keep out western “fascists” from entering and undermining the socialist state (and mostly to keep their citizens in its clutches). In 1989, as communism began to collapse, ecstatic crowds swarmed the wall, some crossing freely and others chipping away at the wall with hammers. Until today, it is an enduring symbol of that era.

HADRIAN’S WALL This wall, with its forts, turrets and observation points every third of a mile, was built approximately 2,140 years ago by Emperor Hadrian as the north-west frontier of the Roman empire for nearly 300 years. Entire sections remain intact, though some parts were dismantled, its stones used for nearby construction projects.

US-MEXICAN BORDER All throughout his campaign, Trump promised to build a wall at the U.S.Mexican border (and make Mexico pay for it too!) to keep immigrants out. There’s been a lot of talk, but not much action. What’s preventing illegal crossings now is a series of walls and fences along the border. It’s not one How some illegal immigrants contiguous structure, but groupings of enter the U.S. physical walls, secured in between with “virtual fences” — sensors and cameras that are monitored by the U.S. Border Patrol. The total length of the U.S.-Mexican border is 1,989 miles; physical barriers extend over just 580 of these miles. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, upon being invited to a meeting with Trump in 2017, said that they won’t pay, adding, “Mexico doesn’t believe in walls.”

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‫באפרייען דערפון‪ .‬איך שעם זיך פון מיין פחד‪ ,‬און איך פראביר‬ ‫אפילו דאס צו באהאלטן פון מיין מאן‪ .‬דאך קריכט עס פיל מאל‬ ‫ארויס‪ ,‬ווען איך וועק אים אויף אינמיטן שלאף‪ ,‬שמעקנדיג די‬ ‫לופט‪.‬‬ ‫"דו שמעקסט עפעס‪ ,‬חיים?"‬ ‫מיין מאן זעצט זיך אויף אין בעט דערשראקן‪" .‬וואס איז‬ ‫געשען?"‬ ‫"שמעקסט נישט קיין פייער? רויך? ס'דוכט זיך מיר אז איך‬ ‫שמעק עפעס‪".‬‬ ‫ער איז ארויס פון בעט און גענומען ציען די לופט מיט די נאז‪.‬‬ ‫"דו האסט מסתמא עפעס גע'חלומ'ט‪ .‬איך שמעק גארנישט‪",‬‬ ‫האט ער אפגע'פסק'נט‪ .‬ער לייגט זיך צוריק שלאפן‪ ,‬און איך גיי‬ ‫ארויס פון בעט‪ ,‬דורכשפאצירט דאס הויז ווי א נאכט‪-‬שומר‪,‬‬ ‫אריינשטעקנדיג איר קאפ אין יעדן צימער צו פארזיכערן אז‬ ‫אלעס איז בסדר‪ .‬הערשט דאן האב איך זיך צוריקגעלייגט מיט‬ ‫אן אומרואיגן געפיל‪.‬‬

‫די ערשטע מיטמאכעניש‬ ‫אויב וואלט איך געזוכט צוצושרייבן מיין פחד צו עפעס‬ ‫א קינדישע טראומע‪ ,‬וואלט איך געקענט אנווייזן אויף צוויי‬ ‫מיטמאכענישן וואס האבן מעגליך איבערגעלאזט די טיף‪-‬‬ ‫איינגעבאקענע פחד אין מיר‪.‬‬ ‫די ערשטע מיטמאכעניש איז געווען ווען איך בין געווען א‬ ‫קליין קינד פון בלויז פיר יאר אלט‪ .‬איך בין דאן איינגעשטאנען‬ ‫ביי מיין מומע – מסתמא צוליב דאס געבורט פון מיין יונגערע‬ ‫ברודערל‪ .‬איך בין געווען אונטערוועגנס מיט זייער משפחה‪,‬‬ ‫ווען די קאר האט פלוצלינג גענומען שמעקן פון רויך‪ .‬ס'איז‬ ‫געווארן א בהלה‪ ,‬און אלע קינדער זענען ארויסגעלאפן פון קאר‪.‬‬ ‫איך האב זיך פארשטעקט אונטערן זיץ פון גרויס שרעק‪ ,‬און‬ ‫וויבאלד איך בין נישט געווען איינער פון די קינדער האט מען די‬ ‫ערשטע רגע נישט געכאפט מיין אפוועזנהייט‪ .‬מיין מומע האט‬ ‫זיך אביסל שפעטער געכאפט אז איך פעל‪ ,‬און זי איז מיט איין‬ ‫אטעם צוריקגעלאפן צום רייכנדיגע קאר‪ .‬זי האט מיר באצייטנס‬ ‫ארויסגעשלעפט פון דארט‪ ,‬ווען דאס קאר איז אויפגעגאנגען‬ ‫אין פלאמען אפאר מינוט שפעטער‪ .‬בחסדי ה' איז קיינער נישט‬ ‫געשעדיגט געווארן‪.‬‬ ‫דאך‪ ,‬די שרעק און די בהלה איז געבליבן איינגעקריצט אין‬ ‫מיין מח‪ .‬אפשר ווען איך וואלט געווען ארומגענומען מיט מיין‬ ‫אייגענע משפחה וואלט עס נישט געווירקט אויף מיר אזוי‬ ‫שווער? אפשר ווען איך וואלט געהאט מיין מאמע אין וועמען'ס‬ ‫ארעמס צו וויינען פון שרעק‪ ,‬וואלט עס אויסגעוואשן מיין מח?‬ ‫איך בין דאן געשטאנען אויפ'ן זייט פון ראוד‪ ,‬אינאיינעם מיט‬ ‫מיינע קוזינעס‪ ,‬בייסנדיג די ליפן‪ .‬שפעטער האט מיין פעטער מיר‬ ‫אויסגע'מוסר'ט ווי סכנה'דיג ס'איז זיך צו באהאלטן ווען עפעס‬ ‫ברענט‪" .‬מ'מוז אוועקלויפן – נישט זיך באהאלטן!"‬ ‫יענער אינצידענט איז געבליבן טיף איינגעקריצט אין מיר און‬ ‫האט נאך יארן שפעטער אויפגעברענגט קאשמארן‪ .‬פארוואס‬ ‫דאס האט איינגעבאקן אין מיר א פחד פון פייער און נישט א‬ ‫פחד פון קארס‪ ,‬דאס האב איך נישט פארשטאנען‪ ,‬אבער אזוי איז‬ ‫געווען דער פאקט‪.‬‬

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‫דער נאכט‬ ‫וועכטער‬ ‫פייגי ג‪.‬‬

‫ס'ברענט!‬

‫פערזענליכע‬ ‫געשיכטעס און‬ ‫מיטמאכענישן‬ ‫פון ליינער‬ ‫‪THE MONSEY VIEW / 157‬‬

‫די נאכט‪-‬שטילקייט האט באהערשט די‬ ‫גאנצע דירה‪ .‬בלויז דאס ריטמישע אטעם פון‬ ‫די איינוואוינער האט זיך געהערט צווישן די‬ ‫טונקעלע ווענט‪.‬‬ ‫פלוצלינג האט דאס געוויין פון א פיצל‬ ‫קינד דורכגעשניטן די לופט‪ .‬איך בין גלייך‬ ‫אויפגעשטאנען‪ ,‬זיך געוואשן די הענט און ארויס‬ ‫פון בעט‪ .‬אבער איידער איך האב גענומען דאס‬ ‫קינד אויף די הענט‪ ,‬האבן מיינע פיס מיר געטראגן‬ ‫צום אנדערן עק דירה‪ ,‬אין קאך אריין‪ .‬ווי א שלאף‪-‬‬ ‫גייער האב איך מידערהייט געשמעקט די לופט‪,‬‬ ‫זיכער מאכנדיג אז עס ברענט נישט קיין גאז‬ ‫אדער רויך חלילה‪ .‬מיינע הענט האבן געדרייט‬ ‫די גאז קנעפלעך‪ ,‬צו פארזיכערן אז אלעס איז‬ ‫גוט פארשלאסן‪ .‬דאן האב איך צושפאצירט צום‬ ‫ווינקל וואו דער בוילער האט געארבעט און‬ ‫זיך איינגעהערט פאר א מינוט אויב אלעס איז‬ ‫פולקאם רואיג‪ .‬הערשט דאן בין איך צוריק אין‬ ‫מיין צימער און גענומען דאס קינד‪.‬‬ ‫יא‪ ,‬אזוי בין איך! א מאמע פון פיר קליינע‬ ‫קינדער וואס האט נאך נישט גובר געווען די‬ ‫פחדים פון מיין יוגנט‪ .‬איך האב א געוואלדיגער‬ ‫שרעק פון פייער רח"ל‪ ,‬און נאכט נאך נאכט גיי‬ ‫איך דורך דעם פראצעדור פון שמעקן דאס גאנצע‬ ‫הויז איין מאל און נאכאמאל‪ ,‬פון פארזיכערן‬ ‫ווידער אז די גאז קנעפלעך זענען פארמאכט און‬ ‫אז דער נאכט‪-‬לאמפ אין קינדער צימער האט‬ ‫נישט אונטערגעצונדן א קינד'ס דאכענע ח"ו‪.‬‬ ‫איך ווייס אז מיינע פחדים זענען‬ ‫איבערגעטריבן און נישט באזירט אויף קיין‬ ‫ממשות‪ .‬פונדעסטוועגן קען איך זיך נישט‬


‫די טראמא קומט צוריק‬ ‫ווען איך האב זיך פלוצלינג געזען פאראנטווארטליך אויף א קליינע‬ ‫נשמה'לע‪ ,‬א פיצל בעיבי וואס איז גענצליך אנגעוויזן אין מיר‪ ,‬איז דער‬ ‫אלטער פחד אים צו באשיצן פון פייער צוריקגעקומען מיט כמעט‬ ‫דער גאנצער שארפקייט‪.‬‬ ‫אזוי ארום האט איך זיך געטראפן אכטונג געבן דורך די נעכט‪ ,‬צו‬ ‫עס פאסירט נישט חלילה קיין פייער‪ .‬יעדע נאכט‪ ,‬נאכ'ן ליינען קריאת‬ ‫שמע‪ ,‬האט איך איבערגעקוקט דאס גאנצע הויז צו אלעס איז מסודר‪.‬‬ ‫פיל מאל פלעגט זיך מיר דוכטן אז עפעס ברענט אדער אז ס'שמעקט‬ ‫פון רויך‪ .‬מען האט מיר אפט געקענט זען אינמיטן א צימער‪ ,‬שמעקנדיג‬ ‫די לופט‪ ,‬צו זיכער מאכן אז גארנישט ברענט נישט‪...‬‬ ‫איך האב זיך נישט געוואלט לאזן קאנטראלירן פון מיין פחד‪.‬‬ ‫דורכאויס דעם טאג האב איך באוויזן דאס גענצליך צו באהערשן‪,‬‬ ‫נאר אין די נאכט טונקלייט פלעגט עס איבערוועלטיגן‪ .‬איך פלעג‬ ‫גיין שלאפן מיט'ן ספר מצות הבטחון ביי מיין בעט‪ ,‬און דאס האט‬ ‫מיר געגעבן פיל חיזוק‪ .‬ווען די פחדים פלעגן מיר באפאלן‪ ,‬פלעג איך‬ ‫פרובירן זיך צו בארואיגן מיט דברי אמונה ובטחון‪ .‬דאך‪ ,‬איז עס געווען‬ ‫א כסדר'דיגע קאמף זיך נישט צו לאזן פארשוועמען פון פחד‪ .‬און ווען‬ ‫ס'האט זיך מיר פארט געדוכט אז איך שמעק רויך – האט איך דען‬ ‫נישט געדארפט פעסטשטעלן צו ס'ברענט נישט עפעס?‪...‬‬ ‫*****‬ ‫די ליכטיגע זונשטראלן האבן אריינגעשיינט דורכ'ן פענסטער‪ .‬איך‬ ‫האב זיך אויפגעכאפט פון א טיפן שלאף‪ ,‬גרייט אנצופאנגען דעם נייעם‬ ‫טאג‪ .‬די קליינווארג זענען נאך געשלאפן‪ ,‬און איך האב אכטונג געגעבן‬ ‫זיי נישט אויפצואוועקן‪ .‬אפשר וועט יעצט געלונגען אריינצוכאפן א‬ ‫תפילה – א זאך וואס פאסירט לעצטנס נישט יעדן טאג‪.‬‬ ‫איך בין אריין אין קיך זיך צוצוגרייטן א קאווע‪ .‬דאס בילד וואס האט‬ ‫זיך אנטפלעקט פאר מיינע אויגן האט מיר אויפגעשוידערט!‬ ‫איין קיך שאפע איז געווען גענצליך אפגעשווארצט פון פייער‪ .‬דער‬ ‫גאנצער אונטערשטער האלץ פונ'ם שאפע איז געווען אפגעברענט‪,‬‬ ‫און א ריזיגער לאך האט זיך דארט אנגעזען‪.‬‬ ‫וואס האט דא פאסירט? האב איך זיך געכאפט ביים קאפ‪ .‬איך בין‬ ‫צוגעגאנגען נענטער מיט וואקלדיגע טריט‪ .‬ווען איך האט באטראכט‬ ‫די ברוכווארג פונ'ם פייער‪ ,‬האב איך זיך געכאפט וואס דא האט‬ ‫פאסירט‪.‬‬ ‫מיין מאן האט נעכטן נאכט אנגעצינדן א יארצייט ליכט נאך‬ ‫זיין זיידן‪ .‬ער האט געשטעלט די ליכט אויף א גלאזערנעם טעלער‬ ‫אויפ'ן פארלאשענעם גאז‪ .‬ביים וואשן דעם גאז אויוון‪ ,‬האב איך אויף‬ ‫צייטווייליג אוועקגערוקט דאס ליכטל אין א זייט‪ ,‬מיט'ן חשבון עס‬ ‫גלייך צוריקצושטעלן‪ .‬איך האב עס געשטעלט אויפ'ן קאונטער‪ ,‬און‬ ‫שפעטער האב איך נישט געכאפט אז איך האט אהינגעלייגט אויך די‬ ‫פאלשע בלומען פון טיש‪ ,‬ווען איך האב אפגעוואשן דעם טיש‪.‬‬

‫ס'איז שוין געווען שפעט ביינאכט ווען איך האט פארלאזט דעם‬ ‫אויפגערוימטן קאך‪ .‬איך האב נישט צוריקגעשטעלט די בלומען‬ ‫אינמיטן טיש‪ ,‬און דערפאר האב איך נישט באמערקט דאס יארצייט‬ ‫ליכטל וואס שטייט שטילערהייט הינטער די בלומען‪...‬‬ ‫ווי עס שיינט האט דאס ליכטל געברענט עטליכע שעה‪ ,‬ביז עס‬ ‫האט זיך אנגעכאפט אין די טרוקענע פאפירענע בלומען דערנעבן‪.‬‬ ‫עס האט גענומען ברענען‪ ,‬און וויבאלד ס'איז געשטאנען אונטער די‬ ‫האלצערנע קיך שאפע‪ ,‬האט די קיך שאפע גענומען ברענען פון אונטן‪.‬‬ ‫די גאנצע צייט איז די משפחה טיף געשלאפן‪ .‬קיינער האט‬ ‫גארנישט געשמעקט – אפילו נישט די רויך‪-‬דעטעקטארס וואס ווערן‬ ‫בכוונה נישט געשטעלט נעבן די קיך‪ .‬און פונקט איך‪ ,‬די פארזיכטיגע‬ ‫פרוי וואס איז עקסטרעם וואכזאם איבער יעדע סכנה פון א פייער‪,‬‬ ‫האט גענצליך פארגעסן פונ'ם ליכטל אונטער'ן שאפע‪...‬‬ ‫די קאך וואלט געקענט אפברענען אין א קורצע צייט‪ .‬איך האב א‬ ‫טרייסל געטון‪ .‬די איינציגע ארויסגאנג פון הויז איז דורכ'ן טיר – נישט‬ ‫ווייט פון די שאפע וואס האט געברענט‪ .‬ווען זיי דערוועקן זיך אינמיטן‬ ‫נאכט צוליב'ן שריפה‪ ,‬וואלט איך געמוזט ארויסשטופן די קינדער‬ ‫דורכ'ן פענסטער – א שרעקעדיגע איבערלעבעניש‪.‬‬ ‫אלזא‪ ,‬וויאזוי האט זיך דאס פייער פארלאשן – גענצליך אליין?‬ ‫דאס פייער האט אויפגעגעסן דעם אונטערשטן ברעט פון די‬ ‫שאפע‪ ,‬פארמירנדיג א ריזיגער לאך‪ .‬אין יענע שאפע‪ ,‬האלט איך מיינע‬ ‫בלעכענע קנעט שיסלעך‪ .‬די שיסלעך זענען ארויסגעפאלן פון שאפע‬ ‫איינע אויפ'ן אנדערן‪ ,‬איבערגעדרייטערהייט‪ ,‬באדעקנדיג דעם פייער!‬ ‫דער פייער איז דערשטיקט געווארן אויפ'ן פלאץ!‬ ‫מיט א ציטערדיגע האנט האב איך אוועקגעריקט די שיסלעך‪ ,‬און‬ ‫א שווארצער פלעק האט זיך אנטפלעקט אויפ'ן קאונטער אונטער‬ ‫דעם‪ .‬בשעת איך‪ ,‬די "פייער וועכטער" איז געשמאק און טיף געשלאפן‪,‬‬ ‫האט דער באשעפער אזוי וואונדערליך געפירט אז דאס פייער זאל זיך‬ ‫נישט פארשפרייטן!‬ ‫זעענדיג דעם נס פאר די אויגן‪ ,‬האב איך געשפירט ווי דער פחד‬ ‫פון פייער פליסט ארויס פון מיינע אדערן‪ .‬ס'איז דא איינער וואס היט‬ ‫אונז‪ ,‬כאטש וואס איך האב עס אלעמאל געוואוסט‪ ,‬האב איך עס יעצט‬ ‫געזען בחוש‪ ,‬מיט'ן גאנצן קלארקייט‪.‬‬ ‫דער באשעפער אליין האט אונז געהיטן‪ .‬פייער קען גארנישט טון‬ ‫אן דעם באשעפער'ס באפעל‪ .‬פייער האט נישט קיין שום אייגענע כח‬ ‫– ס'איז בלויז א שליח פון השי"ת‪ .‬ווען ער וויל ס'זאל ברענען‪ ,‬צינדט‬ ‫זיך עס אן אונטער די נאז פון די וואכזאמסטע בעל הבית'טע וואס‬ ‫ציטערט אזוי דערפון און גיבט אזויפיל אכטונג דערויף‪ .‬און ווען ער‬ ‫ערלויבט עס נישט צו ברענען‪ ,‬ברענט עס נישט!‬ ‫לאנג נאך דער אפגעברענטער שאפע און שטיקל קאונטער זענען‬ ‫איבערגעמאכט געווארן‪ ,‬האב איך נאך געשעפט חיזוק פון די סצענע‪.‬‬ ‫איך האב מער נישט דורכגעמאסטן דאס הויז אין דער פינסטערניש‬ ‫עטליכע מאל א נאכט‪.‬‬ ‫ס'איז דא א בעסערע שומר‪ ,‬א שומר וואס שלאפט נישט און כאפט‬ ‫נישט קיין דרימל‪.‬‬

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‫דער צווייטער‬ ‫מיטמאכעניש‬ ‫דער צווייטער אינצידענט איז פארגעקומען אפאר יאר‬ ‫שפעטער‪ .‬איך איז געזעצן אויפ'ן סקול באס אויפ'ן וועג צו‬ ‫שולע‪ ,‬ווען מיר זענען פארבייגעפארן א ברענעדיגע הויז‪ .‬די‬ ‫משפחה איז באצייטנס ארויסגעלאפן – טייל קינדער נאך אין‬ ‫פידזשאמעס‪ .‬ווען איך האב געזען די פייער צינגען זיך הייבן‬ ‫צום הימל‪ ,‬איז דער פריערדיגער אינצידענט מיט'ן ברענעדיגן‬ ‫קאר צוריקגעקומען מיט'ן גאנצן שארפקייט‪ .‬מיין קערפער‬ ‫האט זיך געטרייסלט פון פחד‪ .‬דער באס האט נישט געקענט‬ ‫ארויספארן פון גאס צוליב די פייערלעשער וואס זענען דאן‬ ‫פלוצלינג אנגעקומען‪ ,‬אזוי אז איך בין געבליבן צוגענאגלט‬ ‫צום פענסטער מיטצוהאלטן די גאנצע טראמא‪.‬‬ ‫איך האב געזען די דערשראקענע מאמע איבערציילן‬ ‫די קינדער איינמאל און נאכאמאל‪ .‬אין מיין יונגע קעפעלע‬ ‫האב איך געטראכט‪ :‬אפשר באהאלט זיך איין קינד אונטער‬ ‫א בעט? ‪ -‬פעטער בנימין'ס שטרענגע לעקציע אז מ'טאר זיך‬ ‫נישט באהאלטן ביי א פייער האט ווידער גענומען קלינגען‬ ‫אין מיינע אויערן‪ ,‬פארשטארקנדיג מיין פחד‪.‬‬ ‫צום סוף איז דער באס אוועקגעפארן‪ ,‬אבער די העלישע‬ ‫פלאמען זענען נאך געשפרינגען אין מיינע אויגן לאנגע וואכן‬ ‫שפעטער‪.‬‬ ‫זינט דאן בין איך געווארן עקסטרעם וואכזאם איבער‬ ‫שריפות‪ .‬מוצאי שבת ביי הבדלה פלעג איך שטיין וואס‬ ‫ווייטער פונ'ם הבדלה ליכט‪ .‬פרייטאג צונאכטס האב איך‬ ‫מורא געהאט צו גיין שלאפן ווילאנג די ליכט האבן נאך‬ ‫געברענט‪ .‬ווער רעדט נאך פון ל"ג בעומר אדער שריפת חמץ‬ ‫– דאס איז פאר מיר געווען אמת'דיג נישט צום אויסהאלטן‪.‬‬ ‫ווען איך פלעג פארן אין קעמפ האב איך געמוזט שלאפן‬ ‫אינ'ם ערשטן בעט ביים טיר‪ ,‬אז אין פאל פון א שריפה ח"ו‬ ‫זאל איך גלייך קענען ארויסלויפן‪ .‬ווען איך פלעג זיך טרעפן‬ ‫אין אן אנגעפאקטן עסז‪-‬אל אדער שמחה זאל‪ ,‬פלעג איך‬ ‫אלס זיין אנגעצויגן‪ .‬מיט מיינע אויגן פלעג איך זוכן דעם‬ ‫ארויסגאנג אז אין פאל פון א שריפה ח"ו זאל איך גלייך וויסן‬ ‫וואו צו לויפן‪ .‬איך פלעג אויסוועלן צו זיצן נישט ווייט פונ'ם‬ ‫טיר‪ ,‬כדי זיך נישט צו דארפן שטופן ביים ארויסלויפן‪...‬‬ ‫ווען איך בין געווען אין צענטע קלאס‪ ,‬האט א קלוגע‬ ‫לערערין אויפגעכאפט מיין איבערגעטריבענעם פחד‪ ,‬וואס‬ ‫האט אויסגעקלאפט אין פארשידענע שווערע אופנים‪ ,‬און‬ ‫זי האט רעקאמענדירט פאר מיינע עלטערן אז איך זאל‬ ‫זען א טעראפיסט‪ .‬איך האב זיך דאן טאקע געטראפן מיט‬ ‫א היימישע פרוי טעראפיסט‪ ,‬און איך האב צום ערשטן‬ ‫מאל איבערדערציילט מיט אלע דעטאלן די געשעעניש‬ ‫פון אזויפיל יארן פריער‪ .‬ס'איז מיר טאקע אסאך לייכטער‬ ‫געווארן נאך די פאר סעסיעס‪ ,‬און איך בין מער נישט געווען‬ ‫אזוי אבנארמאל אנגעצויגן‪.‬‬ ‫דורכאויס די קומענדיגע פאר יאר איז מיין לעבן געווען‬ ‫פיל רואיגער און גלאטער‪ .‬איך האב חתונה געהאט און‬ ‫געהאט מיין ערשטע קינד‪ ,‬און דאן זענען מיינע פחדים‬ ‫צוריקגעקומען‪.‬‬


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So today in the clubhouse again? But as we agreed, no spying or investigating.

It’s not simple at all. The anti-missionary organization prepared a plan to save them. We need a lot of siyata d’Shmaya.

Mutty, Shimi! My father asked if we could gather today to daven for the children taken by the missionaries.

What?

Right! We’ll play and enjoy ourselves with no worries.

Is it that bad?

In the afternoon.

I wonder what’s going on at the anti-missionary organization. Avraham’s father doesn’t usually call us so urgently.

Your father is saving neshamos; it’s a huge zechus. Don’t worry. And of course we’ll daven.

Avraham! I was knocking on the door for five minutes and there was no answer, so I came in. What happened?

My father and his staff at the organization are going out tonight to save the children from the missionaries. I’m so worried. You must daven with me and keep the details of the operation a secret.

I am much calmer now.

...‫שיר למעלות אשא עיני אל ההרים‬

Recap: Mutty’s parents tell him not to worry about the business, and he decides to stop the spying on Gavriel.

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LAST WEEK’S QUESTION: Can you name three places where the Ramapo clock is found?

Which two streets that form a corner in Monsey have the names of both a president and his wife? Do you have a trivia question to share with your fellow Monseyites? Feel free to send it to us! Questions may include any of the local areas currently inhabited by the frum community.

High concentration of melanin + Sun Exposure = ________________

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Question of the week:

Trivia #008 DART MEDIA

ANSWER: Some of the places the Ramapo clock is found are: 1. Near Lake Suzanne 2. Corner Route 45 and Eckerson Road 3. Corner Route 45 and New Hempstead Road 4. S. Madison Avenue corner E. Central Avenue

Answer to Trivia #007:

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Send in your answer and/or trivia question to comments@themonseyview.com by Monday at 8:00 p.m. Please include your name and phone number. You will be entered into a drawing to win a frank and fries at Nussy’s!

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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’S LIST 4-LETTER WORDS bole bolt bore brow clog clot deli dice dire dirt frog gory jest

lest lice lied lord lore orzo rice ride rile role rose sled slid

slob sloe slog slot sort tore troy toed work wort yore

borrow creole decide

diced riled slice slide

slier stole store stork

descry frolic horror

jostle sliced slider

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stride

7-LETTER WORDS decider

decried

destroy

jostled

storied

8-LETTER WORDS

9+ LETTER WORDS

descried

destroyed

5-LETTER WORDS bored cider cried decry

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

6-LETTER WORDS

story toyed trice tried

destroyer

Boer boro byre cloride declog dices dirl Erie estoric eyot

gord hort. (abbr) ices Jose lorie redice rediced riced roled

rolic torid tork Tory tred trog Trow York

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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The Different Styles of Monsey Homes Exploring architectural structures in our area BROUGHT TO YOU BY: YOEL GORALNIK

Featured Home Style:

SPLIT LEVEL

A split-level home works well on hilly land. That’s why we see many of them around Monsey.

Split-level homes, also known as tri-level homes, and sometimes as divided-entry homes, were introduced in the 1950s, but earned their popularity some 20 years later, when demand for new homes in the suburbs were high. Split levels, small in square footage yet adequate in living space, was the ideal structure for narrow and hilly lots.

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A split level floor plan


ATTRIBUTES: The split-level home has staggered floor levels, which divides the living space into three (or four) different areas, connected to one another by a half-flight of steps. General home activities happen on the middle level, where the entry, kitchen, and living and dining rooms are. The upper level houses the bedrooms and bathroom/s, and the lower level holds a family room/playroom and/or garage, and sometimes an additional bedroom is added for an older child or as a guest room. The laundry/utility area is sometimes also in that lower level. In some split-level homes, the garage is positioned under the main level. Other times that area is just a crawl space or used for storage.

PROS: This style home provides the maximum amount of living area on a small lot and works very well with sloped lots, being that it allows for an underground crawl space under half of the house only. The multi-floor design also give family members of different age groups their privacy, being that each can have their own area when it comes to having guests, spending quiet time, playing or working. Having the different functions on different levels also makes maintaining the home’s organization simpler. The short flights of stairs are also appealing to some.

FYI: A stacked split level has as many as five or six levels. Its bedrooms are stacked one or two over the other on separate levels, earning this type of home its name.

CONS: The stairs all over the place may pose a risk to the safety of toddlers; it’s hard to install gates in so many areas. Aging owners can also have difficulty with the many stairs, even though they are not full flights. Energy management is another hurdle, since even though the living space is divided in separate levels, they’re still open one to another, and the AC or heat can’t be contained in just one section as needed. It’s also hard to stabilize the temperature over so many open levels. Noise, too, transfers easily from one area to the next, for the same reason. The asymmetrical design of the split level also needs the right type of landscaping to make it aesthetically appealing. The kitchens in split levels are often at the back of the house, sometimes compromising the natural light conditions.

UPGRADE POTENTIAL: As one expert says, “Split-level homes can be a remodeling nightmare.” Due to its unique floor plan, it’s difficult to make large changes to the structure, but with the right ideas, it can get a face-lift. The garage area can be renovated easily if more living space is needed, for a rental apartment, or for an in-home office.

FINDING THE PERFECT FIT FOR YOU Yoel Goralnik | eRealtyAdvisors Inc.

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PREVALENCE: As mentioned above, split-level homes work well in hilly areas, and indeed, they can be found in many of Old Monsey’s hilly streets in the West Maple and Grove areas, as well as dotting the rest of Monsey’s landscape.

OFF-MARKET DEALS OF THE WEEK: First-time ever opportunity! Legal 9 units in the heart of Spring Valley. 8 1-bedroom apartments and 1 3-bedroom apartment. Potential rent $155,000. 8.2 cap. Only for serious buyers with proof of funds. ||| First-time opportunity: Townhouse in the heart of Monsey with annual income ACCEPTE D OFFER of $64,000. (Current rent is way below market value; potential income: $72,000.) Asking as low as $889,000. Only for qualified buyers with proof of funds. ||| For the homeowner: House on Wolfe Drive; move-in condition for as low as $469,000. ||| Attention builders: Lot in Twin area fully approved to build 3 flats of 2,100 square feet each + basement. Serious buyers only with proof of funds. ||| New construction: Prime Spring Valley location; flat of 2,100 square feet + 1,000-square-feet above-ground basement. Asking $670,000

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Classifieds FOR SALE LOOKING TO BUY used car in good condition. Please call or text: 929-3569896. 2007 JEEP COMMANDER 197000 miles strong car for a good price call 845-461-3084 SEEKING MINIVAN please call/text with any offer 8452170704 [paying cash] COROLLA 2001, tan, #1,675, David 914-2606929 BREAKFRONT Wood Breakfront excellent condition $300. (845)8262221 6 GLASS DOOR Wooden Seforim Shank and China Closet. call or text 845293-2839 BREAKFRONT Good condition. 2 pieces removable. 845-304-6850. FURNITURE Breakfront, curio, girls and master bedroom sets, beds. Please call (845) 548-4818. DINING ROOM SET in great condition available to sell. Set includes 6 chairs, dining room table with leaf, and a 3 door China closet.

Bedroom set also available. Please contact furnitur4u@ gmail.com MASTER BEDROOM SET includes two 48” headb oards,dresser,mirror,ar moire,nightstand.$1500. Serious inquiries only call 8455179929 APPLIANCES GE Profile 30” oven with glass top, GE Profile micro/ convection oven, GE side by side fridge, Kitchenaid dishwasher. (Not kosher) Please call 352-4890 WASHER AND DRYER and full freezer for sale pls call or text 8455589470 LG WASHER AND DRYER ge fridge and freezer and bonded leather couch call or text 848 210 1993

in excellent condition.$175 please call 845-682-4881

selling for $10. Call or text 659-1265.

MOVING SALE 2 six foot plastic folding tables $20 each call 845-6642109 in Wesley Hills area

BABY WALKER and baby entertainer walkaround $15 each. 352-0810 also new train table set

DINETTE TABLE Oak, $25 shoe racks $10 each 4 large boxes of hangers $20 call 845-664-2109

AWNING used one year. 10 x 12. hardware included. 845 371 4704

BABY SWINGS & CAR SEATS Still in box, selling for $50 $65. Call 347-977-1993

BUGABEE STROLLER in great shape only $350 Call 845-533-9361

PRE-OWNED STROLLERS Bugaboo, Bugabee, Doona,Uppababy, Maclaren and more upon request. Call 845-533-9361

NAVY LEATHER SUEDE lace sneakers w white sole thin red trim sz 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 @ $7. 9292513777

ELECTRIC SCOOTER brand new condition please call (845) 362-8798

JEWELRY white gold concord watch and earrings. Please call: 845746-6012

6X8 LEGO SUCCAH including sechach & all accs. $1,100 call: 845-428-9373

PEDAL GO-KART Great gift ages 4-8. Call 845304-5160

CARRIAGE looking to sell a black Silver cross Surf carriage in great condition for $650, 845-5966501

MATERNA STAGE 2 $27. Free delivery for 3 and up. Please call 845-323-9169

48” LINEN SET new,off-wht beige $85. 3520810

RAIN COVER for City Mini new in box $30 Baby Jogger City Elite

MEN’S GREY PLAID micro fleece pajama pants size XL for sale. Was $24

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tables, beds), Convertible couch, Hi- Riser, tables & chairs, Plus more. Call 914 906-2853 KAYAK New Intex 2-person Challanger k2 inflatable kayak with oars and pump. Retail value $125. B/o. Call or text 908 783 4784. BOX ORTOPAD PATCHES junior (50 pieces) for $20. 845-445-8817

TEFILLIN good price call 845-461-3084 LOOKING TO BUY D&W brown wood dining room chair with gold brocade print. Sold about 10 years ago. Please call or text 8456309 SMALL PARROT well-mannered English Budgie looking for home (owner moving overseas) 845-376-0437

ECCO SHOES 2 brand new ecco shoes size 46-47 call 845-461-3084

LINEN SET Twin linen set-perfect for guest room. Used one time. $65 Call/Txt 973-668-8084

TABLET/DESKTOP Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Intel i5 1.9GHz 8GB Ram 256GB SSD Windows 10 Pro Bundle. Keyboard included. Brand New condition. Only $489. Call or text 347.633.5225

INVENTORY SALE Factory Closeout merchandise. Non-higher than $5.00. Sunday July 29, 2018 from 10:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 1 Cleveland Ave. New Square

HOMES

BUGABOO FOX Selling for $975.00 call 3521901. CYBEX PRIAM/LUX SEAT in red (hot and spicy), great condition, $650 for more details call or text (845)-7054110

FOR RENT ON ELM STREET 2nd floor flat style unit for rent includes: Kitchen/ Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and porch. Please Call 917789-2490.

REFURBISHED E6500 Dell laptop 15’’ screen. Upgraded to Windows 10. $175 Call:845-58-0621

POMONA

KARAOKE SYSTEM singing machine speaker orig $69. Selling for $45. in brand new condition plse call or txt 845.304.7927 MAHOGANY D/R TABLE with 6 chairs (white upholstery ) for sale. Great price! $299.00. Pic avail.8453710126

Condominium for sale . 3 huge bedrooms 2 baths excellent view ! move right in!! Asking 295k! Broker Molly 347-3857121, mllyjl@aol.com FOR SALE ON ELM STREET 3rd Floor flat style unit for sale includes: Kitchen/ Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, back porch. Asking 465K. Please Call 917-789-2490.

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Call the Computer Maven: 845-596-4590 Do you want to become a computer literate in 8-10 hour? Do you want to find a job, but have no computer skills? Do you want to learn Microsoft Word and/or excel to find an office job? Do you want to learn how to organize and efficiently use your computer to increase your productivity? If you answered YES to any of the above or have any COMPUTER Related Questions, Please call the computer Maven 845-596-4590 CHESTNUT RIDGE Bargain!! 4 bed 3 bath move-in ready 50 ft bilevel $499,000 taxes $11k. Shulamit Kind Q Home Sales 845 538 6468 MIAMI BEACH Condo for rent wk short (wk) or longer term. 718-812-2656 NEW HEMPSTEAD For sale. 7 Bedroom Spectacular Bi-Level 2 Story Entry, 3 1/2 Baths, Mother/ Daughter Park-Like Property, Lg Deck, Owner 845 883 2092 WEEKEND RENTAL House for rent in chestnut ridge quiet area ridge 3 bedrooms 15 min walk to shul 845-499-5452 POMONA TOWNHOUSE For sale. 2800sf, 4Bdr 3Ba Cambridge twnhse. granite kitchen with SS appl. Shul. Gym. Pool. 55+only. Call 845.323.8690 prncipls only 499K. Great, young, well-kept home on a level fenced in property on Union Road! MOVE IN CONDITION! Abraham Spitzer 914.341.2974 as.123realty@gmail.com 50’ HIGH RANCH with new kitchen, 4 bdrms,3 bthrms on Besin Pkwy in Airmont. Chani 845-641-3410

HALF AN ACRE FLAT LOT in Concord. Homes of all sizes available Chani 845641-3410. HI-RANCH New Kitchen, Stunning Property. 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms located in Airmont near Ridnik Shul. 845-538-6030 FOR RENT: A brand new 2 bedroom apartment for rent in the Chestnut Ridge area, perfect for a young couple 845-2742379 POMONA/WESLEY HILL 2 or 3 bdrms; 2 bth; new kitchen inc s/s appliance; 917 830 6341 CHESTNUT RIDGE HOME 2 bedrm + 1 bath ; new kitchen; s/s appliances incld; backyard; 845 377 3687 NEW, BIG 9, 8, 6 , AND 5 ROOM apartments on Calvert / Cedar Ln. area. Please call 845-603-8202 2 ROOM FURNISHED Near Main St. Short term only. Available from Aug 8. 845-356-8909 4 BEDROOM six room apt, 9 ft. ceilings, 2 full baths, master bdrm.

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suite, great closets, high quality ktch.Brewer Area. (845)216-1777

FOR RENT OFFICE FOR RENT – 3,250 SF

3 ROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT Beautiful, sunny 3 room apartment for rent in Dorset area. Completely furnished. Walk in level. Call 356-3050 FURNISHED APARTMENT On Dr. Frank. Available for short/ long term rental. Call 845-352-0521 LOOKING TO RENT 2 bdrm apt in a Heimish area in Sullivan County. Please call or text: 929-356-9896. Furnished Apartment NEW FURNISHED in the Carlton Blauvelt Area Available August 15 Ideal for Chosson Kallah Call 845445-5698 1 BDRM FURNISHED Centrally located, available mid-August. Plz call 845.428.9373 2 BEDROOM Lots of closets, huge porch, Private entrance, Dana Rd. Avail Sept 1. Call 352 4586 3 BEDROOM HOUSE available for rent for shabbos in chestnut ridge. call/text 548-6464. 450$

Brand new professional office space for rent in Monsey – Beautifully built out with high end finishes and ready to move in. Please contact Chaya at 845- 4258775, or email chaya@ opalrealty.com to schedule a viewing. SPACE AVAILABLE approximately 400 sf. Separate entrance. Located in Bates area. please call 845426-1830. OFFICE SPACE 700 sf available at new stateof-the-art facility. Centrally located. please call 845-3569600 ext.117. CLEAN HEATED POOL for rent. Please call to reserve your spot. 347-278-1278 BUTTERMAN PL. Approx. 1000 S.f. 8 1/2 Ft. ceiling unfinished bas. Pls call 978-571-9768 CHATTAN AND KALLAH looking to rent at a 2+ bedroom apartment or ranch home with very limited noise. Elderly people preferred. Areas of interest: Chestnut Ridge, Spring Valley, Nanuet,


ExcEllEnt EMPloyMEnt oPPortunIty! Looking to hire a part time Early Intervention Service Coordinator. Great supportive working environment! Applicant must possess one of the qualifications listed below: -Two years of experience in service coordination activities -One year of service coordination experience and an additional year of experience in a service setting with infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities -One year of service coordination experience and an Associate’s degree in a health or human service field -A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a health or human service field

Please send resume to position@hamaspikrockland.org or fax 845-503-1209.

HAMASPIK

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A Public School in Monsey, NY is Seeking Teacher's Assistants! Work with frum professional teachers in a Special Education Frum Bilingual Program

Gain experience in Special Education and ABA

Part or full time positions available for upcoming summer and school year Please call (845) 577-6046 or (845) 213-7228

Pomona, Suffern, and Montvale 917-972-3726 POOL FOR RENT Underground outside heated pool on nice grounds available for rent in Monsey for small groups. Call 845376-4828

HELP WANTED FULL TIME Looking to hire full time. Office experience preferred. Please send resume to pandcinsurancejobopportunity@ gmail.com FULL TIME ENTRY LEVEL POSITION ABA Agency in Suffern seeking a detail-oriented individual for a Full Time entry level position. Candidate must have strong organizational skills, knowledge of Microsoft suite and professional appearance and communication skills. Excellent salary and benefits. For more information and to send a resume email info@ attentivebehavior.com LOOKING TO HIRE Real Estate management office looking to hire f/t secretary-Accts receivable. Graduates welcome. Please email resume to ehorowitz@ sapphirevent.com

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Monsey based Real Estate company seeking to hire a part time executive assistant. Ideal candidate should have excellent communication skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office and Quickbooks. Email resume to info@metrexgroups.com. SEEKING MOTIVATED f/t female employee in a fast paced office. computer savvy, detail oriented and able to meet tight deadlines. Great pay for the right individual. tobyweiss55@gmail.com P/T SECRETARY in frum office. Knowledge of Excel/ Word . Hours:~9:30-2:30. Send resume with salary requirements: ambit@ ambitelectroncs.com fax: 845-425-5625 LOOKING TO HIRE Local store seeking worker who is fluent in Yiddish, English, and little Hebrew please call 917.225.4920 F/T CUS SERVICE Large distributor in Lyndhurst NJ, 35-40 min from Monsey looking for Bright, responsible, motivated individual, to Join our Customer service Team, Beginners Welcome Multitasking, Communication & organizational skills

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required. Nice growth potential & Great pay! Please call (347)8645546 or email resume to: lyndhurstjob07071@gmail. com HEIMISH OFFICE seeking F/T secretary for Immediate hire basic computer knowledge and phone skills, will train Email resume books10977@gmail. com SECRETARY/PA Skills: writing skills, organizational, ms word, excel, email, online ordering, phone skills, interpersonal skills, detail oriented, displays initiative. Great pay. Send resume to secpa14@ gmail.com CUSTOMER SERVICE POSITION available for busy service business located in Chestnut Ridge, NY. Extremely organized, fast based individual. Email Resume: servicess78@gmail.com SEEKING WARM Yiddish speaking preschool assistant please email resume to girlsschoolmonsey@gmail. com E-COMMERCE Seeking individual with experience in Amazon, EBC, A+ Content and Social Media.

Mindy (845) 376-3303

Please send resume to: amzjoboffer@gmail.com SEEKING COM HAB WORKER for a high functioning wheelchair bound individual on Sundays. $25 an hour please call 845-263-4667. SEEKING COPY-EDITOR to review English translation of monumental work on halachic responsa related to medicine. Email resume and/or sample of work to: emf025824273@gmail.com RESTAURANT WORKER Immediate position available! Monsey restaurant looking to hire worker full/part time. Will train. Please call: 914.523.4222 COMMISSION-BASED PAY great opportunity to join our sales team. p/t or f/t (not MLM) yhopportunity@gmail. com SALES PERSON Individual must have a drive to build a career, Full Training and Support provided 845-639-5216 or dglick@ft.newyorklife.com ROOM RECEPTIONIST F/T OR P/T Great Customer Svc & Comp skills a must. Route calls and book appointments. AM and


Looking to hire a Licensed Social Worker for a part time position. Flexible hours. Yiddish speaking preferred. Excellent pay. Please submit your resume at jobs@hamaspikrockland.org.

‫ אינגערמאן‬,‫ טויגליכע‬,‫עס ווערט געזוכט א חסידישע‬ ‫טיים דירעקטער סטעף אין המספיק‬-‫צו זיין א פול‬ ‫ דארף קענען דרייווען און זיין‬. ‫ברודערהיים אין מאנסי‬ ‫ פאראינטערעסירטע ביטע רופט‬.‫פלעקסיבל‬ 845-494-1796

Looking for a Chassidishe, Energetic, Yiddish-speaking Yungerman, to work as a full time staff in one of Hamaspik’s group homes in Monsey. Must drive and be flexible. Please call 845-494-1796.

HAMASPIK PM shifts available. Send resume to hr@cmadc.com. DENTAL REGISTRAR 2+yrs experience working in a dentist’s office. Experience in Dentrix software, Send resume to hr@cmadc.com CERTIFIED TEACHER Seeking licensed NYS certified teacher to work in a local UPK program for a school. Please send resume to hr@coconline.org. TEACHER ASSISTANTS NEEDED Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 LOCAL BOYS’ CHEDER seeking experienced General Studies teachers for PRE1A, 3rd and 4th grades Monday-

Thursday afternoon hours email: tfischer@baismikroh. org or call 425-4880 x111 TEACHER NEEDED Elementary teacher needed for boys Yeshiva. Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 LOCAL BOYS’ CHEDER seeking Title l teachers for ELA and Common Core Math with experience in multisensory approaches Monday-Thursday afternoon hours email: rshurin@ baismikroh.org or call 4254880 x115 HASC ROCKLAND Seeking Speech and Language Pathologists to serve our Yiddish and English speaking populations

HAMASPIK in our preschool center based and community based programs. Email: jobsmon@ hasc.net LOOKING FOR GIRL 17+ to work with special needs girl after school hours/ sunday exp + 201 892 0526 YESHIVA OF SPRING VALLEY Bais Sarah seeks ASSISTANTS for lower grades. AM and PM Hours. Please email resume to mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org Call: (845)356-1400 #223 ELEMEN. TEACHER Local Boys school seeking middle school general studies teacher and sports teacher. great pay, Please email resume to secpa14@gmail. com.

CHASSIDISH GIRLS High School seeking experienced ELA teachers. Please email resume to hsapplicants19@gmail.com SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER for the 2018-2019 school year. Full Time position We are seeking a highly qualified teachers. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@ gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 LOOKING FOR ASSISTANT for a playgroup starting sep. spring valley area please call Toby 845-426-4608 LEARNING CENTER TEACHER Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey seeks Judaic and General Studies middle school teachers

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Classifieds with experience and a degree in Special Education. Candidates must have a passion for education, experience in differentiated instruction, and a desire to engage and inspire students to reach their full potential. Join a collaborative team in a professional, warm environment with an opportunity for co-teaching and small group instruction. Send your resume to drosenberg@rynj.org FEMALE/ASSISTANTS AIDS to work in special needs classroom for 2018-2019 school year. Full time position. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail. com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 EXPANDING MONSEY BAIS YAAKOV SCHOOL Seeks Hebrew/English; assistants, remedial teachers and permanent substitutes to join our talented and dedicated team for the 18-19 School year. Email resume to bbamberger@basmikroh.org. ‫ערפארענע לערערין‬ ‫מיר זוכן אן ערפארענע‬ ‫לערערין פאר עלטערע קלאסן‬ ‫ – אין א היימישע‬departmental

845- ‫ צו‬fax resume ‫מוסד ביטע‬ 215-0052 GREAT OPPORTUNITY Get experience in a preschool classroom this coming school year. Positions available, please email resume to rweisman@ohrreuven.com. MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL seeks the following general studies teachers: *Lower school *Middle school ELA *Title I math. Email akarash@chedermonsey.org. 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 PRESCHOOL ASSISTANT Seeking warm yiddish speaking preschool assistant please email resume to girlsschoolmonsey@gmail. com PLAYGROUP MORAH

Now hiring playgroup morah for the upcoming school year. Looking for Young energetic responsible individual. Well paid! Serious

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inquiries please call 845-422-1310 leave clear message. HIGH SCHOOL MATH TEACHER Bais Yaakov High School seeking an experienced qualified math teacher for Algebra and Trigonometry. Email resume to: baisyaakovr@gmail.com 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. .‫סגן מנהל געזוכט‬ ‫היימישע חדר זוכט א סגן מנהל‬ Email ‫פאר די קומענדיגע זמן‬ resume to Monseyjoboffer@ .gmail.com / fax to 262-4532 ENGLISH PRINCIPAL POSITION Chassidishe Cheder looking to hire English Principal for coming school year. Please email resume to Monseyjoboffer@gmail.com. PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Looking for an assistant for 2-3 year old playgroup

starting September. For more info. call Rivky Chavoly at 352-3512.

PLAYGROUPS CHESTNUT RIDGE AREA Ages 2 to 3 y/o Warm and loving care Teacher Miriam Rottenberg And Brocha Feldman Starting September 845-213-5223 TEACHER DINI’S PLAYGROUP on Nesher Ct. still has some slots available for Sep. please call 845-364-6943 WARM AND LOVING experienced teacher still has some slots left for sep. Ages 2 to 2 1/2. Please call Toby 845426-4608

BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 BABYSITTING Babysitter available to babysit night hours And Sunday drop in u could call or text me at 8455874383


tting // services BABYSITTER warm and experienced babysitter, available to babysit night hours in your home. references available. please call 845.499.9272 EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER available in Viola area. References available. Please call 845.364.5037 BABYSITTING Babysitting group in the Carlton/College road area has slots avail starting Sep. Long hours. Full-time assistant. References avail. 845-6410785.

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 EXPERIENCED LIFEGUARD (female) available for day and night hrs. All ages. Please call/txt 845 274-5151 DOULA Experience the gift of birth with a doula attuned to you. reasonable rates. Sarah 845327-3068 pinknbluedreamz@ gmail DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com LASTING GIFT Help preserve yesterday’s memories as tomorrow’s treasures! Black & White

Photos transformed into an exquisite Photo Book Contact 845-323-2912 for more information. AHUVA AARON PHOTOGRAPHY: Children and family portraits: Special summer promotion $50 sitting fee. 845 671 8083 follow me on Instagram @ ahuvaphotography CERTIFIED FEMALE PERSONAL TRAINER Loose weight and get into shape! Customized training to suit your goals & lifestyle. In the comfort of your own home or my studio. Flexible hours. Call or text Esther at 347-775-0955 to get started! PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY Book your trip to the park with a professional portrait photographer. Special packages for upsherins and newborns. Professional tenoyim photoshoots. Malky Lefkowitz: 845-664-5732 pixelleny@gmail.com Instagram: @Pixellepics LADY PHOTOGRAPHE willing to do your simcha. You pay only cost price for developing the prints of your choice. Amateur but Creative and talented. R. Zweibel 347374-0770 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 845362-1312 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling summer routes and all transportation & delivery needs. Please call/ text 917-750-4105. DAILY RIDES New twelve passenger van available to do daily pick ups

Come join our dediCated early Head Start Staff Make a difference in the lives of young children and their families. Part time Infant/Toddler Home Visitor, will work in a Friendly environment with flexible hours. Candidate should be: • Willing to learn • Self-motivated • Driver’s license and car • Basic Yiddish language • Early childhood experience Email resume to: tovahs@nscic.org Or fax to (845)354-4178

from Monsey to Brooklyn at 6am. Reasonable group rates available. Call 646 972 3357 REFLEXOLOGY Relaxesses, releases stress, helps with insomnia, good for pain management and prenatal discomfort. House calls available Tamar Spiro 845 352 6496 SHAIMOS

We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 ONE MAN BAND Heimishe one man band for all your occasions, great price! Call/text 347-460-7543 UPSTATE CONSTRUCTION GROUP We do all bigger construction jobs in the upstate area.

Fully insured. References available. 845.293.2230 LADY DRIVER with mini van available for long distance trips evenings, early mornings and weekends. Please call Chavi: 845-659-8207 BOOKKEEPING For all your bookkeeping needs call: 347-537-9870 ‫ישראל חיים הערשקאוויטש‬ COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667 LADY DRIVER

Heimishe lady driver is available for evening

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Fully Insured Free Estimates -5” & 6” & 7” Gutters -Copper and Aluminum Gutters -Over 30 colors to choose from -Gutter Guard Installation -Cleaning & Repairs 845-782-4473 sales@advancedguttersinc.com

Rayim is looking for responsible, warm and energetic girls to join our amazing staff for the second half of our summer program. If interested please call 845-352-7700 ext.109 leave message

trips. Please call Devorah at 845.746.7910

Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003

LASTING GIFT Help preserve yesterday’s memories as tomorrow’s treasures! Black & White Photos transformed into an exquisite Photo Book Contact 845-323-2912 for more information.

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

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 MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus,

TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319 DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls

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Swimming Lessons Available!

jobs@NailItHandyman.com NailItHandyman.com ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935

upon request. For more information call/text Esty today! 8454220355

TUTOR AVAILABLE for ‫ עברה חומש משניות‬and ‫ לימודי חול‬math, physics, chemistry, and biology. English speaking. please call 845.499.8935

HAIR WITH CARE Professional hair cutting & hair styling affordable prices, saddle river area, call 845356-5038.

GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos 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 ESTY’S HAIR AND WIG BOUTIQUE Wash n’ sets, blowouts, hair and wig styling, haircuts. Delivery service availble

MAKEUP BY DEVORY Natural and refined call or text 845 642 6833

ODDS AND ENDS TEST STRIPS get cash for your diabetes test strips call/text 347-537-9870 HEIMISHE MOISED seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100 DECLUTTER: Donate your gently used hats. Please call 845-517-0838.


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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Looking for women drivers to drive other women and maybe also visit Jewish inmates at a prison not far from Monsey. 845-270-5060 LOOKING FOR looking for twin girls baby clothing and twin baby carriage please call 8453547347 CAREGIVERS GROUP Connect, share, be inspired. Unique 6 session group. Supportive, nourishing experience. Professionally facilitated by LCSW, using variety of therapeutic modalities. (845) 362-1247. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Looking for women drivers to drive other women and maybe also visit Jewish inmates at a prison not far from Monsey. 845-270-5060 LECHU V’NELCHA Shiurim for post seminary girls given every Wednesday night. Call the LVN hotline

POMONA-NEW CITY/ PASSAIC DAILY RIDE Looking for a ride for upcoming school year leaving 8:00am, returning from Passaic 5;00pm. Responsible Driver. Willing to Pay. Call/ Text 347-228-6624 TRANSFORM! From pain & misery to true ecstacy! Iyh thurs. @ 10 am 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 6417150709 pin 549732 ref 1-97

Looking for worker to work with a 12 year old, high functioning girl with special needs on Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays. Please call (845) 642-1185

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

For any questions feel free to contact me at 845-782-7700

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 Adorable gowns and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. Call 4253049

No Matter The Weather, Know We’ll Deliver!

CHASUNAH ORNAMENT for rent @ $3. West central area 371-1765

ELEGANT HATS For short term rental please call 845-517-0838.

MECHITZA’S 30 feet - 5 six foot tables 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail.com

MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687

SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649

GEMACH ZICHRON NACHMAN hospital supplies including TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & All feeding supplies. To donate or

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// gemachim // dresses & gowns KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com GEMACH Tablecloths for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105 PACK N PLAY GEMACH We have New Pack n Plays tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885

Rochel Miriam CALL / TEXT

845.587.5527

receive. Please call 845-7468293.

headsets also available. 845202 -0105.

GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee).

‎ OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211

FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.

CHOSON/KALLAH APT, AVAILABLE Viola & Brockton Road area. contact slmw50@gmail.com

BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket.

BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.

ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102.

SHOE GEMACH white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845200-0211

ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com

TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513

ODE YESHAMA Ear-plug gemach (individually wrapped) for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby

BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377-

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PHONE GEMACH We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 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! 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. REFLECTOR GEMACH If your’e having guests and need reflectors call: 3479776816

MATERNITY COAT GMACH if you still have a maternity coat please return ASAP. Thank you. 8455212912

DRESS/GOWNS Black and White cocktail length gown size 2-4 for rent 845 362 2473 little girls white and black gown Size 6 and 12-14. Please call 845-426-5889. 2 elegant White jumpers size 2 & 4. Please call 845-4265889. 2 gowns Italian fabric white / blue coloring. size 16 girls and 2 or 4 women. 845 323 5544 Mechtenista Gown Sz 12 774 8719 Lilac/Lt purple childrens sleeveless gowns from size 3 years to-size 12, 8 pieces available to sell or rent, 845 425-7780 Ladies size 6 cocktail length black / optional black and white dress Worn once. 3474860344. Mechatenista Chasunah dress off-white/black approximately size 8. Also Pre-teen-teen Size 0-2 gown. 845-425-3782 Maternity gown Size 2,4 for rent. Black with blue, green lace for $400. Please text 845883-8179. black and white maternity gown for rent size small call: 845-352-1737 Navy and Cream Tulle bottom size 0-2 845-356-8909 Navy and white all lace gown for rent. Size 0,2 petite for $400. Please text 845-8838179.


Seeking female for a part time office position. Candidate must have excellent communication skills, be detail oriented, organized, with good computer skills. Yiddish speaking a must. Excellent work environment. Great pay for the right candidate. Please submit your resume at jobs@hamaspikrockland.org

HAMASPIK

Medical billing/accts receivable Healthcare Management office located in Monsey is seeking a bright, motivated, organized and detail-oriented individual. no experience necessary, We provide training! Excellent frum environment!

Apply now for a full-time position

email your resume: jobs@fcc-corp.com jbos@fcc-corp.com

Com Hab Opportunities: •

Seeking an energetic girl/woman to work with an adorable 8 year old boy in New Square. Friday, Shabbos and weekdays.

Lady driver needed to take a child to and from an after school program which runs 2:30-4:30.

Looking for someone who can take out a handicap boy in the afternoon. Hours 5-7. Driving required. More opportunities available for Male and Female workers. Nice pay and tremendous Satisfaction!

Email: llesin@hamaspikrockland.org Call: 845-503-0240 or 845-503-0219

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Classifieds

// dresses & gowns // lost & found // fr Ivory gown, mauve/gold brocade inlay, size 6-8. Please call or text 845-323-2434 light color gowns size 00,0,2 and childrens gowns size 12, 8,5 and 18 months Call 845642-4968 Green and Black size 10-12 Cocktail length for rent, Please call: 845-587-0204 black dress size 4 tall dress for sale please call 845 426 2373

Rayim is looking for a devoted family to take in a charming 3 year old girl, with a medical condition. She has nursing services thru Home Care. If interested or for more details please contact 646-539-1649.

Alice and Olivia gown for rent. Black and gold\beige appx. Size 2-4 $250 Please call 425-1937 Maternity gown plus size gold and black, girls gold gown size 2, boys grey wedding outfits size 4,6,8 please call 845-538-5623 2 preteen/teen gowns for sale, also available mauve/ white little girl’s gown size 5 & 8. 845-519-7747 woman’s Forster’s black and white gown to sell size 8-10, for $2,000 negotiable , call 845 596 6501 white and green dress for sale-size 2. Please call/text 845-269-8649. Flower girl size 8-10 Custom Made Pink & Gold brocade gown. $375. 845-499-5677 wedding dress (kalla tenoyim) sz. 6 navy top,

blue print skirt for sale. Call 425-0470. black and white maternity dress for rent. For more info call 845.376.3412. If you picked up this dress to try and didn’t return it yet, please call 845.376.3412. Gown in Cream/Rose. Size 00. For Sale. Call 352-4470 2 White gowns sizes 12-14 and 2. Call 845-426-0636 Pink, maternity gown, used only once, call 845 500 0872 Off white gown approximately size 6-8 to rent. call or text 845-5969318 Miri Couture Dress - Brand new dress size 0-2. call or text 845-213-9062 slenderizing light colored gown size 4-6 for sale. Call/ Text 845-499-5769

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Maternity mechateniste dress black for rent. Size M. Please call 845-578-5750. SISTER OR MOTHER OF THE BRIDE Three gorgeous gowns approx size 4. Worn only once call 354 5523 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 SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful gold and black, sister of bride, pink label dress for sale call 347.549.7268 BLACK SIMCHA DRESS & cream / navy gown size 2 well priced. (845)826-2221

hanging flower earing w colored stones in shopping area erev purim.371 1765

FREE GIVEAWAYS Free Sukkah Large wooden frame. Good condition. 347374-0770 Toms Bridal White Glitter size 7 shoes. Please call 845-4233915. L’shem mitzvah many new egg boxes for moving18452386691 dark brown 5 door china closet. Tall armoire. Prince castle high chair. Baby Cradle. 845-222-1305. old dryer 845-425-0370 Cordless Premier Woven Wood Shades from select binds, Measures 62.3750 x 53.5 578-1839 Classified ads that do not advertise a service are currently free for our readers, as long as the following criteria are met. Classified ads must be emailed or texted to classifieds@ themonseyview.com - in the body of the email, not as an attachment. Include two words for the heading and a maximum of twenty words for the body. The entire body of the ad should be written in one paragraph. Do not “enter” between sentences. Use standard text only – no all caps. Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting. Do not fax any free classifieds.

LOST Children’s remote controlle “ Drown helicopter” in the Nesher Ct area, if found please call 356 1491

FOUND cash near Rockland Kosher on Monday, July 2. Please call 845-213-7519. cosmetic bag in Pupa hall on Widman Court on Thursday, April 26. Please call 845-3524963.

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. ***** 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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Yeshiva Degel Hatorah - Fourth Grade End of Year Sukkah Projects

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‫מגבית לטובת מוסדות ספינקא במאנסי‬

‫מסיבה לטובת ישיבת בית בנימין דסטעמפארד בבית הרב פנחס ליפשיץ‬

‫כתה ד' דת"ת עדת יראים וויען פארהערט זיך גאנץ מסכת‬ ‫ברכות ביי הגה"צ דומ"ץ וויען‬

‫חברי כולל טאהש מאנסי פארהערן זיך יורה דעה ביי רבנים‬

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‫מסיבה לטובת ועד להצלת נדחי ישראל בבית הרה"ג ר' מתתיהו סאלאמאן משגיח דביהמ"ד גבוה לעיקוואד‬

‫שמחת הבר מצוה בחצר מראה יחזקאל ‪ -‬קארלסבורג במחנה מראה יחזקאל קארלסבורג‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫מנהל המוסד "בוני עולם" הרב שלמה באכנער באקומט ברכת קדשו פון האדמו"ר מסקווירא‬ ‫לקראת דעם קומענדיגען דינער אין מאנסי ‪ /‬שיכון סקווירא‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫האדמו''ר מתולדות משה אין מאנסי‬

‫דינער לטובת מוסדות באבוב במאנסי‬

‫כתה ו' של המלמד הרב שלום פסח שיק בת"ת וויען מאנסי עומד על מובחן אצל האדמו"ר מאוסטראה‬

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‫ערווארט!‬

‫דינער‬ ‫בוני עולם‬

‫יום ד'‬ ‫ראה‬

‫‪ATRIUM‬‬ ‫‪PLAZA‬‬

‫‪ 2‬א נאכט פון געפיל און התרגשות‬ ‫‪ 2‬א נאכט פון עונג און הנאה‬ ‫‪ 2‬א נאכט פון תוכן און חידושים‬ ‫‪ 2‬א נאכט פון שטיצע פאר‬ ‫אונזערע קרובים\ידידים‬ ‫‪ 2‬א נאכט פון התרוממות און‬ ‫התעוררות רחמי שמים‬


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN, AVI S.

‫תשעה באב אצל אדמו"רי ורבני מאנסי‬

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‫בס“ד‬

‫להאברך היקר והחשוב‪,‬‬ ‫המשובח ומפואר בפי כל‪ ,‬אהוב למעלה‬ ‫ונחמד למטה‪ ,‬מקבל כל אחד בסבר פנים יפות‪,‬‬ ‫מוה“ר‬

‫יוסי ראזענפעלד‬

‫הי“ו‬

‫לרגל פתיחת מפעלו החדש‪:‬‬ ‫‪845.709.5543‬‬

‫‪BIG EVENTS / SIMCHA S / ANY OCC A SION‬‬

‫ויה"ר שתשרה שכינה במעשה ידיך‪ ,‬והיה כעץ על פלגי מים שתולה‪ ,‬ועל שלחניך יתאחדו‬ ‫תמיד תורה וגדולה‪ ,‬ותצליח בכל דרכיך‪ ,‬ותראה ברכה והצלחה בכל מעשי ידיך!‬

‫ווינטשט דיין שווער ‪ -‬בן ציון גרין‬

‫אייזיק ‪ -‬חזקי‘ ‪ -‬יואלי ‪ -‬יואל בער ‪ -‬מאיר וואלף‬ ‫שמואל בער ‪ -‬געצי ‪ -‬שאולי ‪ -‬יוסי‬


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