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FREE ISSUE 159 AUGUST 1, 2018

‫פרשת עקב‬ ‫כ’ אב תשע”ח‬

More Than Meets the Eye

Is My Baby Blind?

A journey through fear and fact-finding strengthens one mother’s faith

Spectacular Vision An overview of corrective eyewear

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FREE ISSUE 159 AUGUST 1, 2018

‫פרשת עקב‬ ‫כ’ אב תשע”ח‬

More Than Meets the Eye

FYI:

Is My Baby Blind?

Color Blindness

A journey through fear and fact-finding strengthens one mother’s faith

Spectacular Vision An overview of corrective eyewear

I Can Do It!

A Tzaddik Remembered Reb Aharon of Belz

Independence for the visually impaired

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

D. GORALNIK Content Director:

R. REESE Associate Editor:

E.M. NEIMAN Creative Director:

AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator

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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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52 // Inbox 62 // Parsha 68 //

Week in Review

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Mesorah of Middos

83 // Food 95 //

Groping in the Dark

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A Look at Eyeglasses

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More Than Meets the Eye

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Reb Aharon of Belz, zy”a

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Living Halacha

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Hiking and Trail Basics

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Comics

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Monsey Trivia

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Fun Pages

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Real Estate

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BACK-TO-SCHOOL BRAINSTORM Dear Schools, As a mother of girls, I feel the need to share with you how hectic and stressful it is to shop for school supplies. (We never have this problem with the boys!) Every year, my daughters arrive with their lists of many items, each with detailed specifications, that I honestly have no idea how to identify. Poring over the list while trying to decipher the differences among various types of pronged binders and being jostled around by all the other mothers and girls trying to do the same is a nightmare. It is dizzying, sweat-inducing and perhaps... unnecessary? Here’s a great idea that I would love to see implemented: Place bulk orders for items that each class needs, and charge the parents a set price for each child. That would leave us parents to just purchase backpacks for our girls, allowing them (and us mothers) to enjoy the experience of buying something that reflects their taste. And we’ll still need to buy uniforms, of course. (That alone is stressful enough.) If you implement such a system, we mothers will thank you with hearts full of gratitude! A Mother Dreading the School Shopping

A JOB WELL DONE! (RE: Yerushalayim of Old; Shaarei Yerushalayim, Issue 158) I am taking the time to write this letter of appreciation to The Monsey View and to your talented author T. Gestetner for a job well done! M&S SHOE REPAIR

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The articles about Yerushalayim were extremely well written, in a beautiful style that evoked within the reader a true yearning to return to our Holy Land. The author’s vast knowledge of Yerushalayim’s history was very evident. We are actually saving this issue to review prior to our next visit to Eretz Yisroel, iy”H. Thank you for including such hashkafah’dige articles in your beautiful magazine. May you have much continued siyata d’Shmaya in all your endeavors. Anonymous

Thank you so much for the informative articles on the Old Yishuv and Shaarei Yerushalayim. They were very interesting and inspiring to read. H.L.

MOSHIACH’S ANCESTRY (RE: Yerushalayim of Old; Shaarei Yerushalayim, Issue 158) Thank you for your wonderful publication. In T. Gestetner’s article it says, “The sultan set up a cemetery at the site, wanting to prevent Moshiach, who will originate from kohanim, from passing.” Please note that Moshiach will be a direct male descendant of Dovid Hamelech and will therefore not be a kohen. Perhaps the sultan thought he would be a kohen, but we know better! A.L.M. T. GESTETNER RESPONDS: Thank you for pointing out a misleading phrase. It should have read, “...

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preventing Moshiach, whom they thought would originate from Kohanim...” Incidentally, their idea of using a cemetery would not necessarily pose as an impediment, as some laws of tumah may not apply to gentile graves as they do to Yiddishe graves.

A COOLER WEATHER DESTINATION (RE: Excursions, Issue 158) We appreciate the fact that your periodical makes an effort to protect the values of our community. Therefore, we were very taken aback by your choice of excursion this past issue. Lake George is a beach town and, as such, an inappropriate and questionable destination for any Jew. Tubing and cruises in the summertime is guaranteed to be replete with inappropriately dressed people. Unfortunately, we live in a decadent society. Your excellent reporting of attractions will no doubt encourage many Yiddishe families to visit Lake George where they will be accosted with beachtown attire. To knowingly visit a place like this is forbidden. Please do damage control by encouraging your readership to visit in the fall rather than during the summer. M.P. PLEASE NOTE that The Monsey View features Excursions for informational purposes so that our readers can use their discretion when choosing which destinations to visit and when to do so.

RE: APATHY THAT HARMS (Inbox, Issue 156) Recently, you printed a letter in which the writer bemoans a scene that unfolded before her at the local Costco, when she saw a yungerman ignore a woman who was obviously dehydrated, telling the dehydrated woman that he did not have any cash. First of all, if it was a medical emergency, then the “dehydrated” woman could have borrowed a phone to call Hatzoloh, or at the worst, called 911 from inside Costco. Second of all, there is mitzvah to be melamed zechus the yungerman; maybe he couldn’t have helped the woman. Third, there are unfortunately many scammers out there who pose as frum Yidden pretending to be stranded motorists, who need gas money to get back home to Brooklyn or Queens, for example. So the writer shouldn’t be so quick to judge. M.J.

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EDITOR’S BULLETIN: Correction: An incorrect phone number was published for The Shteeble of Albany in the Excursions section of Issue 158. Their phone number is 518-423-4103.


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Why Are Eye Exams Important? Is it really that important to have routine eye exams? What if you just passed a vision screening at work or school — do you still need an eye exam? Good vision is essential for children to reach their full academic potential. It’s been widely stated that roughly 80 percent of what children learn in school is presented visually, and vision problems can have a profound effect on learning. According to the American Optometric Association, an estimated 20 percent of preschool children have vision problems. Other research shows that 24 percent of adolescents with correctable refractive errors (nearsightedness,  farsightedness  and/or  astigmatism) don’t have their vision fully corrected with up-to-date prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses. Even if your child passes a school vision screening, it doesn’t guarantee he or she has perfect vision or has all the required visual skills needed for optimum performance in the classroom. In fact, a number of studies have identified significant shortcomings of children’s vision screenings, including: • • •

Children with significant learning-related vision problems  are often able to pass simple school vision screenings Parents being unaware their child failed a vision screening Lack of follow-up to make sure children who fail screening actually have an eye exam

Also, poor standardization of vision screening standards among different states and lack of reporting requirements make it impossible to adequately evaluate the effectiveness of school vision screenings. On the other end of the age spectrum, many older Americans often forgo routine eye exams and falsely believe that free vision screenings offer adequate monitoring and protection of their eyesight. This is extremely dangerous, since the most common causes of blindness — glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy  and macular degeneration — increase with age. Vision loss often can be prevented or reduced if these conditions are diagnosed and treated early. But the only way this can be done is to have routine comprehensive eye exams. Don’t take chances with your eyesight as you get older. If you’re over age 60, have an annual eye exam to preserve your vision and make sure you are seeing the world as clearly as possible. Though  Medicare  does not cover routine eye exams, if you have a Medicare supplement policy or other medical or vision insurance, your benefits may include an annual comprehensive eye exam. Check with your insurance provider for details.  Monsey Health Center accepts most Call 845-352-6800 to make an appointment.

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“YOCHEVED, when will you finally clean up your room?” asked her mother. “I literally don’t have even a minute to spare,” Yocheved said. “For real, I have sixteen subjects. You see what time I go to bed every night.” Yocheved’s mother had to admit that her daughter’s schedule was bursting at the seams. From waking up early for the bus until finishing her final homework assignment late at night, Yocheved truly did not have a moment to spare. “All right,” her mother conceded, “but you should really try harder to keep your room in order.” “Sure,” Yocheved chirped happily. “I’ll try!” And with that, Yocheved ran off. Not long after that conversation, summer vacation arrived, and Yocheved had more than a week off between school and camp. Her mother quietly observed Yocheved to see whether she would truly prioritize her room. But instead of using the time to organize herself, Yocheved slept in late, talked on the phone, played games and scampered off with her friends. If anything, her room was worse than ever without the structure of school. Had Yocheved not been telling the truth when she told her mother she did not have time? No, Yocheved really did want to clean her room and was genuinely held back by her busy school schedule. However, once her schedule cleared up, Yocheved found the increase in time too tempting. Everything else became a bigger priority. It says in this week’s parsha, “Hama’achilcha mann bamidbar… u’lema’an nasosecha… — [Hashem] Who fed you in the desert… in order to test you” (Devarim 8:16). One might wonder, what was the test in receiving mann? Hashem sustained us completely in the desert. Not only did we not need to spend our time sewing or mending our clothes, but we did not even need to worry about finding food to feed our families. Even more, we did not even have to spend time cooking meals. Everything was done for us. What exactly was the test? Sforno explains that we were being tested in whether or not we would still keep the Torah faithfully if all of our physical needs were provided. Many people wish they had more time to spend learning or davening, but when they do have free time, they use that time to “unwind”

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from their hectic schedules by wasting time in various ways. A man may wish he could sit in kollel and learn, but if he were to suddenly receive a windfall of money such that he would never need to work again, would he immediately run off to kollel? If all the responsibilities regarding clothing and food were taken care of, would a woman spend her time doing chesed? A wealthy man once came to visit the Chofetz Chaim and saw the dire poverty of the talmidim who dedicated their lives to learning Torah. The man turned to the Chofetz Chaim with a very generous proposal. He wanted to provide a stipend to each of the talmidim so that they would no longer have to struggle with parnassah, and could instead channel all of their energy into their learning. The Chofetz Chaim was aghast. He vehemently refused the offer, saying that he does not want his yeshivah to be destroyed. Clearly, the Chofetz Chaim understood that having one’s needs provided is a difficult nisayon. It has been said that Hashem does not grant people wealth because He does not want to them to be people who do not keep their word. Many people promise Hashem that if He would bestow wealth upon them, then they would give generously to tzedakah. Hashem knows better than that. When people make such promises, they usually are sincere. However, when wealth arrives, it brings its own temptations and challenges. Once a person has so much money in his hands, it becomes far more difficult to give it away. When a person comes into money, he faces his first test: to recognize that everything comes from Hashem. It becomes even harder if he worked hard to earn the money; he might give credit to his talents and skills. But Who gave him these talents and skills? And Who decided that he should be matzliach? Many intelligent, talented people struggle with parnassah. The first step to using Hashem’s gifts correctly is recognizing that they come from Him in the first place. It says in Mesilas Yesharim that everything in life is a test. Poverty is a test, but so is wealth. May we have the strength to overcome all of our nisyonos and serve Hashem with sincerity and truth, whether in poverty, wealth or anything in between.


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Minimum Age to Purchase Cigarettes, E-Cigs Raised to 21 As of this month, tobacco products and e-cigs will only be available for purchase in Rockland County to those over 21 years old, raising the previous minimum age of 18. The change mirrors existing laws regarding the sale of alcohol. The new legislation, intended to promote greater health, was sponsored by Legislator Aney Paul, who has been a nurse for 30 years. It went into effect on July 17 and covers cigarettes, chewing tobacco, cigars, e-cigs, rolling papers and other paraphernalia related to smoking, reported The Journal News. Paul said that she hopes that raising the legal age to purchase these products will result in fewer young people becoming smokers. “While it will take time for the benefits to become clear, we can expect reduced suffering from lung cancer and the many diseases that have been documented to

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“Rabi Yonasan used to say: Whoever fulfills the Torah in poverty will ultimately fulfill it in wealth, and whoever neglects the Torah in wealth will ultimately neglect it in poverty.” (Avos 4:11) THE MEFORSHIM EXPLAIN that a Yid who needs to work just to make ends meet and finds it difficult to leave his source of parnassah to set aside time to learn, yet understands the importance of fulfilling his obligations to Torah and is koveia itim — such a Yid will eventually have enough money so that he can set aside more time to fulfill his obligations to the Torah. We face this test every day, and every day we must again assess what we have to do in order to fulfill our obligations according to our current situation. Ultimately, Hashem will determine if we are ready to fulfill them even when we have more money and more time. However, the yetzer hara does everything in his power to ensure that we will never reach that easier situation and devote more time to Torah, or that we fail to fulfill even our minimum obligations in more difficult circumstances. Even though not everyone is able to learn at a high level, since Chazal’s words were written for all people and for all generations, another lesson of this mishnah is to recognize that everyone has the ability to learn, regardless of his level or the generation in which he lives. In Parshas Ki Sisa, Moshe Rabbeinu asked Hashem (Shemos 33:18): “Hareini na es Kevodecha — Show me Your Honor.” Hashem answered that Moshe cannot see Hashem’s face, kavyachol, “Ki lo yerani ha’adam vechai — because man shall not see Me and live.”

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We can find a deeper understanding to this exchange by recalling the words of the Gemara: “The will of a person is his honor.” Thus, Moshe Rabbeinu was asking Hashem, “Show me what is Your Will; what do You expect from us Yidden?” Hashem replied, “When a Yid cannot see Me, because of the tremendous hastoras panim, and can’t feel My closeness with him, yet ‘vechai,’ he still lives according to the way of the Torah, the way of emunah, and still tries to do his best just like when he does feel the closeness, this is My will.” When we continue to seek

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Conversely, if a person neglects this connection with Hashem and cannot see Hashem when everything in ruchniyus comes easily and is filled with geshmak, for such a person that connection will eventually disappear completely. That is because the only way to feel true closeness to Hashem is through striving for connection even when we cannot feel Him. The Apter Rav, zt”l, used to say in the name of Reb Elimelech from Lizhensk that before Moshiach will come, Hashem will take the stick of emunah and shake it vigorously, and whoever will hold on tight will survive and merit to see Moshiach. Indeed, we are living in times of great “poverty”; we feel Hashem is very far away, and it is more difficult than ever to strengthen ourselves so that we can stay strong until the days of ashirus. In the times of the Beis Hamikdash, every Yid had the necessary four amos to bow down on Yom Kippur, even though it didn’t appear that there would be any room. If so, how were they able to bow down at all? Didn’t they see that there’s no room to do so? They did so because they experienced that feeling of closeness and relied on Hashem to take care of all the issues. No one even thought to worry about where the necessary space would be found, and in the merit of their emunah, Hashem performed a miracle. This is indeed what we daven for every day. We want to see and feel this closeness to Hashem right now, and as the Tanna teaches us, we keep waiting for the time when we will go from fulfilling our avodas Hashem from our current state of poverty to fulfilling it in wealth. Rabbi Dovid Steiman specializes in the chinuch of today’s bachurim, enabling them to become their very best selves. To listen to this shiur by phone, call 712-775-7279, access code 705846#, reference 10.

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Subsequently, you'd have gone home and followed the plan. From then on you periodically meet with the nutritionist for "weight ins" until you reach your goal. This is an excellent system for creating very effective short term goals. As far as long term goals go.... not as effective. The whole reason you are losing weight is because you are going to the nutritionist. As soon as you stop going to the nutritionist everything falls apart.

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Life is a little bit more complex than that. The way you create a structure and put it into your life is by educating yourself on different principles in weight loss and adapting these principles into your life. The principles I'm referring to are the ones we have been discussing over the last 6 months in the The View. (If you have missed any of the issue, I have created a booklet for easy reference. To get a copy of it just email me at tzviki@tzvismith.com and I will be happy to send it to you)

This doesn't only refer to nutritionist, this applies Now although these principles may seem to diets as well. simple. Once you hear them you're sure to think It isn’t that a specific diet or nutritionist has to yourself, “Of course it makes sense.” something unique that is helping you lose weight. It is the structure that the diet and the But common sense isn't always common nutritionist creates that brings the results. practice. Even though it may seem simple in theory it doesn't mean it is easy in practice. When you create a system that is based on an outside source (example: a nutritionist) as soon Since each and every single one of us is unique as that source leaves so do the results the with different: structure brings. - Lives - Upbringings Leading to the yo-yo dieting we see today. - Pasts - Abilities Imagine if there was a way for you to create - Skills your own structure. A system that is built - Experiences specifically for you that adapts into your life. A system that isn't motivated by how much weight you lost or gained.

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Leftover chicken goes gourmet in this recipe. Chicken from the soup works great for these whole-wheat wraps (so much healthier than regular wraps!), making it the perfect Sunday fare. In our family, this recipe is adult-only food. For the children, I omit the cumin and spread spiced mayo on the pitas. Yields 8 wraps

INGREDIENTS 4 6-inch pita pockets

Prepared french fries

Pita Shawarma Wraps

DIRECTIONS 1. Cut onion in half and slice thinly. 2. Heat oil in frying pan. Add onion slices and saute until they start to brown.

Tehina

CHICKEN 3 cups cooked chicken, cut into strips 1 large Spanish onion ¼ cup oil

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“A person who is severely impaired never knows his hidden sources of strength until he is treated like a normal human being and encouraged to shape his own life.” Helen Keller

Come with me. Step into the world outdoors and peer with eyes anew. Do you see the green leaves dancing in the early morning breeze, the flowers glistening with tender drops of dew? Do you notice the kaleidoscope of colors that paint this planet in thousands of charming hues? Watch the wildlife, busy with a world of their own. The doe and her fawn delicately bound across a lawn, birds flit to and fro, and ever-busy ants scurry down the sidewalk. Now head back inside, and appreciate the toothless grin of an infant — eyes bright with excitement and love. See the sunlight streaming through the window, casting joyful beams and throwing subtle shadows behind everything it touches. Open a sefer and relish the beauty of the alef-beis, the kedusha of its letters touching your soul as you absorb them with your eyes.

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Yes, sight is a blessing unlike any other, unique in its ability to bond man with man, his environment and Hashem. Perhaps it is for this reason that of all the traditional five senses, only sight is mentioned in Birchas Hashachar, in the bracha of Poke’ach Ivrim. Without sight, where would we be? Historically, the answer to that question would have been very unpleasant, indeed. In many eras, individuals with visual impairments were considered to be a drain on society, unproductive, to have lives not worth living. To that end, blind people were often institutionalized (or worse) despite normative cognitive function. For those who lived out their lives at home with family, life was often just a long string of days spent groping in the dark. Baruch Hashem, the world has made great strides since then, with society finally realizing that folks with visual impairments are fully capable of living meaningful and productive lives. With time, methods, services and devices to enhance the lives of those with low

Learning to use a Brailler

vision or complete vision loss have been developed, and as technology expands, so do the options of adaptive living tools for those who need them.

Specialized Schooling For The Blind An American first, the New England Asylum for the Blind was

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inspired by a Parisian school that founder John Dix Fisher had visited. The asylum opened in 1829, based upon the belief that everyone

and vocational training, helping to empower students to reach their dreams, whatever (and wherever!) they may be. One of the ways they

Perkins students exploring the world through their fingertips

deserved to have the gifts of education, literacy and independence. Core curriculum was, and still is, taught to the students as in any school, but beyond that are classes in reading and printing Braille (the widely used tactile writing system that puts literature into the hands of the blind), adaptive living solutions, and mobility. Many of the students dorm at the school, which has long been renamed The Perkins School for the Blind. Helen Keller was perhaps the most famous student to have attended Perkins, and though both deaf and blind, she became a famous lecturer, political activist and published author. Perkins today is directly involved with many of the new technologies that are being created for the visually impaired population. Out west, the Colorado Center for the Blind focuses heavily on travel

do this is by requiring all students with residual sight to wear sleep masks, essentially causing them to become completely blind so they can learn to rely on, and enhance, their other senses.

Getting Around For many visually impaired individuals, the world is a scary place. But it doesn’t have to be. Orientation and Mobility Specialists are trained to help the visually impaired learn how to orient themselves to their surroundings and safely maneuver in any environment. The white cane is one of the most valuable low-tech tools a visually challenged person can have. Proper cane technique enables the carrier to feel obstacles or changes in elevation in their path, thereby preventing potential injury. The white cane can also be used in conjunction with a trained guide dog. Guide dogs are specially trained to follow specific commands from their handlers, such as to walk straight or turn left/right, but are also trained in “intelligent disobedience.” This means that if the dog recognizes a danger that his han-


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dler is unaware of, he will automatically stop or angle his body against the handler’s to avoid the danger. They are also trained to judge the height and width of doorways and entrances to avoid unpleasant meetings of head and frame, and to maneuver through traffic or crowds. A guide dog also provides a sense of security for its handler, as not being able to see who is around one can be unnerving and dangerous. Knowing one has an ally with sharp teeth and undying devotion goes far in emboldening a person. The Seeing Eye, America’s first guide dog training association, is located in Morristown, New Jersey, and places trained animals with the visually impaired. As a philanthropic organization, the total cost for gaining ownership of a fully trained dog is only $150; the price has never risen in 75 years! The cost includes round-trip airfare, lodging during the training period, and of course, the dog. For those who don’t want a dog

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Echolocation Echolocation is the ability to sense the details of one’s surroundings by the way echoes bounce off objects when sounds are made. Blind people who have trained (or instinctively learned) how to use clicking sounds to form mental images in their minds are able to navigate their world with a sense of security and ease. Echolocation master Daniel Kish teaches his technique called FlashSonar to other blind individuals, giving them the ability to “see” again. His services are available all over the U.S. and abroad. It only takes a few days for most people to acquire echolocation skills. Students of his become so comfortable in their surroundings that they even mountain bike without fear!

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INNOVATIONS IN TECHNOLOGY FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED ESight Glasses ESight glasses have been wowing people with low vision (and their doctors!) all around the world. Worn like glasses, the eSight machine is capable of restoring vision (during use) to roughly 80 percent of people with eye conditions that render them unable to see well. High-definition, high-speed cameras capture real-time images and magnify them greatly on near-toeye screens. These devices are hands-free and can replace many other adaptive tools. ESight hubs are available around the world for customers to try before they buy.

at school: empowering students to survive in the classroom: • Techniques that work with students while building a positive relationship • Assessment of barriers that prevent students from learning • Guiding staff in implementing a behavior plan • Friendship making skills

Eye Drops for Corneal Repair Opthalmologists in Eretz Yisroel have developed a three-pronged approach to dealing with both near- and farsighted vision issues. Nanodrops, combined with specific data measurement tools and a quick, second-long surgery, have proven to repair damaged corneas in test animals. Clinical trials on humans will soon be underway.

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The Finger Reader Researchers at MIT have been working on a product that will be worn on the finger and will scan ordinary print and convert it to audio. No data available on release date yet.


THE LITTLE-KNOWN, VASTLY MISUNDERSTOOD VISION DISORDER: Cortical Visual Impairment When the average person thinks of visual impairment, they think of damaged retinas or corneas, cloudy cataracts or pressure problems associated with glaucoma, but there’s another type of vision disorder that is little spoken of and much misunderstood. It’s called Cortical Visual Impairment, or CVI for short, and fools many a parent and medical practitioner. Oftentimes, a child with CVI will confound doctors who haven’t heard of the condition because though the child doesn’t seem to see well, the eyes, upon examination, are without damage, or with damage that isn’t in accordance with the symptoms. With CVI, the problem lies not in the health of the eye, but with the visual processing center in the brain. So while the eye is intaking information, the brain simply doesn’t know how to interpret that information. The good news is that once a diagnosis is received, therapy specifically formulated for CVI can be started, and most children have greatly improved vision over the course of time. Common markers for CVI can include: • A preference for bright colors, with red and yellow being the most easily seen • The desire to stare straight at lights • The ability to see moving objects better than still ones • A delayed response (when an item is waved near the child, it will take a while before the child turns his/ her head) • No blink response when something comes near the eyes or touches the bridge of the nose • The preference for familiar objects over the novel (kids with CVI usually prefer toys that they know rather than new ones) • Poor spatial awareness and depth perception • Many children with CVI see best by turning their

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heads to the side and do not see well in the lower field of vision • The inability to combine looking with reaching, as a singular stream (a child will notice a target, look away, and then reach for the object, missing it) • A history of at least one significant neurological event (sometimes the event is unable to be pinpointed, but other signs may hint that an event transpired, such as a comorbid condition such as cerebral palsy or a seizure disorder)

A Mother Describes CVI: “When people ask me how it is that my child can see but technically be blind, I tell them to think of themselves in a foreign country, hearing a foreign language. In such a situation, you hear the sound of people speaking, but you lack the ability to comprehend most of what you hear. You might be able to pick out a word here and there, but overall, those words being spoken are meaningless to you. I also tell them to imagine a 1,000 piece puzzle, the pieces dumped out and the box missing. Nothing makes sense without that picture on the box to decode the puzzle! With CVI, there is a lot information being sent to the brain, but no key to decipher it. Helping a child with CVI understand what they are seeing is a slow process, but they do improve over time. Sadly, there are some kids who are misdiagnosed with autism or other conditions when they actually have CVI. Likewise, there are regularly functioning children with minimal CVI who may seem more clumsy than average, or have other issues that would improve with the correct therapy. CVI just isn’t well understood, as it isn’t in the public eye — pun intended.”

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Theodore Roosevelt was one of the frontiersman who helped eliminate the stigma associated with eyeglasses.

What is it about our children that they beg for eyeglasses with their 20/20 vision? And what is it about us mothers that made me purchase an adorable frame for my son when his brother’s prescription was being filled? Was it just because of my own wish for fashion glasses growing up, when my parents were too sensible to acquiesce to such follies? Today’s children, for the most part, wear their eyeglasses with pride. For adults, too, this bedtime-only attire turned into trendy accessory wear in recent years. But it wasn’t always so. Once upon a time, wearing spectacles was actually considered socially humiliating. Originally looked upon as a medical aid alone, it was embarrassing to be seen in public with a pair (or a single lens, as in the case of monocles) of glasses until the late 19th century. It took time for them to evolve into a socially acceptable, and then even fashionable, accessory. So what helped spectacles cross the line from degrading to upgrading? For the most part, influential people wearing them. One of the ambassadors of these vision aids was President Theodore Roosevelt, who hit the public scene proudly and allowed himself to be photographed with a handsome pair of of pince-nez glasses. From there, their style and make evolved into the large glasses industry of today. The very name of the product, though, is no longer reflective of its make, as the lenses, originally made of glass, are for the most part made of plastic. So practically speaking, how is a pair of glasses different from other medical aids? In reality, not much more than the fact that men of influence made the effort to fashionize them. Isn’t it time to do the same with hearing aids, canes and walkers?

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This image shows the effect glasses with corrective lenses has on its myopic (nearsighted) wearer

Popular Styles Browline glasses Widespread in the U.S. in the ‘50s and ‘60s, the thicker upper parts of these glasses frame the lenses like eyebrows. They’ve made a comeback in recent years, in many different colors.

President Lyndon B. Johnson wearing browline glasses in 1968

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Horn-rimmed glasses These glasses are characterized by their bold appearance upon the wearer’s face and are made of plastic (originally, they were made out of horn or tortoiseshell). One of the first styles to be looked upon as fashionable, they enjoyed popularity in separate periods in the early, mid and late 1900s, and more recently in the early 21st century.


GI glasses Designed for maximum durability and minimum cost, these impact-resistant, water-proof and let’s admit, ugly, frames, are handed out to U.S. army recruits upon being enlisted, though it’s possible to purchase a pair without signing up for Uncle Sam, too. Throughout the years, colors and styles have varied.

Rimless glasses These lenses, mounted directly to the bridge and temples as opposed to being set into a frame, were popular as early as the 1880s (initially as pince-nez glasses), and have never completely gone out of vogue.

Cat eye glasses Also called “cat eyes” or “cat glasses,” they have an upsweep at the temples and were mainly popular in the 1950s and ‘60s. Like many older styles, you see plenty of them in contemporary eyewear.

Doublebridge glasses This design, with an extra bar across the temple, is popular today and has also enjoyed an era of fame in the mid-1900s.

Going Back in Time

Monocles General Douglas MacArthur with double-bridge sunglasses.

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These single corrective lenses enhanced vision in one eye in the earlier years of vision correction. The legendary John Watson of Sherlock Holmes’ fame was often seen with a monocle.


Timeline Until the late 13th Century, if you were nearsighted, farsighted or had an astigmatism, you just had to learn to live with it, although scholars did make use of reading stones, which functioned much like magnifying glasses. Between 1260 and 1290, the first wearable spectacles were introduced: two reading stones connected with a hinge, balanced on the bridge of the nose. Its inventor is unknown, though it is said to have originated in Italy.

invention of double spectacles, which serving for distant objects as well as near ones, make my eyes as useful to me as ever they were.” 1825: English astronomer George Airy created concave cylindrical lenses to correct nearsighted astigmatism. 1827: Trifocals were invented. They corrected near- and farsightedness, but also enabled clear vision at an intermediate level.

Over the next few centuries, use of spectacles spread across Europe. This led to the invention of convex lenses in the southwestern European countries.

Early 1900s: Theodore Roosevelt and other famous figures popularized pince-nez glasses

In the early 16th century, concave lenses were created for the nearsighted pope, and vision aids were now available for those with myopia (nearsightedness) and hyperopia (farsightedness), though a major problem existed: They had no way of staying on the face.

1930s: Sunglasses became popular.

In the mid-1780s, it is Benjamin Franklin, according to most sources, who invented the bifocals and described himself as “happy in the

1908: Fused bifocals were introduced.

1959: No-line multifocal glasses advanced lens technology, and lenses were now made of plastic, which is lighter than glass, and doesn’t shatter into shards (though they are not break-proof) upon impact. From there, technology progressively enabled better, safer and clearer lenses.

Scissors-glasses

Pince-nez glasses

These solved the issue with single-lensed monocles for those impaired in both eyes and were popular in the earlier years of v ision-corrective aids. Often gilded and ornamented, its most famous users were George Wa sh i n gton and Napoleon Bonaparte.

No earpieces on these “nose-pinchers” (their name, quite literally, in French). They were popular for many years, but peaked in the U.S. at the end of the 19th Century.

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I LIKE TO PREPARE my husband before I inform him of undesirable news. For example, the other day I lost ten dollars. “I’ve got bad news for you,” I told him. “What happened?” I paused. ”Don’t get too angry.” He looked at me questioningly. “Sinks are clogged again?” “No, no,” I assured him. “Did something break? Did someone get hurt?” I shook my head. “So what is it?” “I lost ten dollars.” I dared to look up at him for a moment. He let out his breath. “Oh, baruch Hashem, that’s it. You had me scared for a moment.” I smiled to myself. The tactic worked. This “trick” played itself out recently on a larger scale, but this time with me on the receiving end. After my third child was born, I waited eagerly for the moment when his gaze would shift from staring at the lights to looking directly into my eyes — that’s when Eli would show me a miraculous spark of intelligence, of social

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awareness, and most importantly, of sight. I waited three weeks, then four. At six weeks he began to smile, but I was anxious for him to smile and to gaze at me. “Sometimes it takes until three months,” my mother assured me when after two months Eli still wasn’t focusing. But I knew something was wrong. I took him for his regular well-check visit at two and a half months, and Nurse Linda spent a long time slowly passing a paper in front of Eli’s face. I hovered nearby, hoping to be assured, but certain my concern was about to be validated. Eventually, Linda put the paper down. She clapped her hands, loudly and sharply. My baby jumped. “Well.” Linda laughed uncomfortably. “He can definitely hear.” I smiled, but my insides twisted painfully. Then Linda looked at me intensely. “I’m not a doctor; I can only advise you. You need to follow up on this. Take him to a pediatric eye doctor as soon as you can.” She tapped her nails on the wooden desk. “He doesn’t need to focus at two months, but he should definitely be following a paper with his eyes.” During supper that evening, my husband and I desperately swung the small bear and monkey hanging on Eli’s baby chair in front of his eyes. Our baby smiled and gurgled, but looked everywhere except toward our dancing creatures. To us it was clear: He couldn’t see. AT THE specialist’s office, we waited and waited and waited some more. I spent the time observing the other patients playing with the wide variety of toys in the waiting room. Most had glasses. I secretly decided which colors and styles I liked the most. Finally we were called into a room where we met with the doctor’s assistant. “What brings you here?” she asked. I briefly explained that although Eli gazed at light, he couldn’t focus or seem to be able to see anything else at all. The optician picked up Eli and held him with outstretched arms, cooing to him. Then she observed him while Eli sat on my lap and asked us a few more questions. Finally, she took a pad of paper and scrawled a few words. I noticed, among others, “nystagmus” and “albinism.” When I had spoken to my regular pediatrician, he had mentioned the possibility of nystagmus, though I didn’t know anything about the condition. I had also

heard of albinism, but I was sure that the condition involved extremely pale hair and skin. What on earth could that have to do with my son’s eyes? The assistant called in the eye doctor and spoke to her briefly. Listening, Dr. Miller nodded rapidly. “Let me take a look through the slit-lamp machine. Then we’ll know for sure.” We were ushered into the second office. Eli was not impressed with the examination, declaring in piercing shrieks that he did not appreciate having his head held at such a tight and awkward angle. Dr. Miller worked quickly, evidently pleased with what she was seeing. She squeezed drops into Eli’s eyes and told us we’d be called back about twenty minutes later. “But what’s the problem with him?” I couldn’t help blurt out. “Can he see anything at all?” The doctor smiled. “I’m 95 percent sure of my diagnosis, but I want to be 100 percent clear of the whole picture and see his eyes after they’ve been dilated before I tell you.” The waiting room was packed, and while we waited, Eli finally fell asleep. Please let him be able to see, I prayed silently. Finally, our name was called. Back in the exam room, Dr. Miller looked briefly into Eli’s eyes and then sat comfortably into her chair, ready, it seemed, to give a lecture. “It seems your son has what is called albinism,” she informed us. “Albinism?” I asked doubtfully. “Yes, albinism. Most people have heard of it — the condition means partial or complete loss of pigmentation, which causes very pale skin and light eyes. But there’s another aspect most people don’t know about.” I love science, and for the rest of the appointment almost forgot that she was referring to my sweet baby son. “This lack of pigmentation,” continued the doctor, “can affect the eyes in multiple ways, though how much the eyes and vision of individuals with albinism are affected can vary significantly.” We were quiet, absorbing the information. “He has nystagmus, a normal outcome of albinism, and that is why his eyes float from side to side and can’t focus well.” Dr. Miller paused. My husband and I stared. “But,” she continued, “There’s good news.” I shifted Eli in my arms.

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“Because pigmentation continues to increase from birth onward, sight, in this case, improves with time. Right now he can probably hardly see anything, but give him three, four months, and things will change drastically. The range of severity is huge, but people with albinism can live normal, healthy and happy lives.” What a relief! What a blessing! Our baby could see and would see! Yes, his hair and skin color may be unnaturally light. Yes, he would possibly struggle slightly more than other children. And yes, this was a genetic condition, which meant it was possible we would have to contend with this in future children, too. But he could see! When Eli was six months old, he was prescribed glasses for his long-sightedness and crossed eyes. A wise acquaintance, whose son also has nystagmus, told me something that I will try my best never to forget: Every child has many obstacles to contend with while growing up. This is just one more, and as long as we view our children as 100 percent normal and inject them with the confidence to feel 100 percent normal, b’ezras Hashem, they will be. The fear I felt before the diagnosis was the catalyst for my gratitude upon receiving it. What we thought could be, wasn’t, and what it was, could’ve been worse. And when my spunky Eli, at three years old, recognized numbers one to ten in digit form without much effort, it deepened my appreciation for sticky hands and cheeky smiles, for mess and endless demands, for the beauty of life and the miracles we merit to live through every single moment.


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The clock ticked past midnight, but it was like the middle of the day. The room was full of people: gaonim, talmidei chachamim and businessmen. Learned men with their seforim sat alongside villagers who came to share their everyday troubles. They came with their worries and problems, to receive brachos for success; everyone was waiting for an audience with the holy Rav, Reb Aharon Rokeach of Belz, zy”a. The Rav’s days were consecrated for intense immersion in Torah, tefillah and avodas Hashem. Food did not come onto the table at all; the Rav fasted all day. Only after Maariv would the Rav swallow but morsels of light food as his weakened body could not tolerate anything more. Then the people would begin streaming in. Reb Aharon was sought after by the masses, numbering in the thousands — both Belzer chassidim and the general public of European Jewry.

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The Rav welcomed people straight through the night. By the time the last person in the line was escorted out, the Rav was ready to begin preparations for Shacharis. There was no time to even dream of going to sleep! The Rav transcended time and nature. The borders of day and night were blurred in one deep demonstration of kedushah, taharah and avodas Hashem. Davening took place at all hours, and the tisch was conducted until the wee hours of the morning.


Overview Reb Aharon Rokeach was born in Belz, Galicia, in 1880, to his father Reb Yissachar Dov of Belz. He was orphaned from his mother at a young age. In 1898, he married his niece. When his father passed away in 1927, Reb Aharon became Rav of Belz. With great nissim, Reb Aharon escaped Europe during World War II, but lost his wife, children and thousands of chassidim. Arriving in Eretz Yisroel on 9 Shevat, 1944, Reb Aharon set up the Belzer court in Tel Aviv. He was niftar on 21 Av, 1957, without leaving behind any children, and was laid to rest on Har Hamenuchos.

Reb Aharon had no connection with Olam Hazeh, so removed was he from gashmiyus. In fact, a famous rebbe at the time rhetorically asked, “How is it that Reb Aharon knows how to answer simple questions about daily life and business matters? He is completely removed from this world!” The rebbe then answered his own question, “Sometimes when you stand outside, you have a better view of what is happening inside.” So it was with the Belzer Rav. Though he himself lived on a level akin to that of a malach, he never expected that of anyone around him and was never too removed to understand the mundane issues of a simple Yid. He carried the burden of Klal Yisroel on his fragile shoulders, suffering along with them and for them. Those living closely with him knew and understood that the affliction that he self-imposed on his body was not simply an expression of his personal pain — it was the suffering for an entire generation.

SPARKLING CHARACTER Such utter kedushah is not cultivated in a day. From his youth, the Rav performed mitzvos with care, precision and temimus. One Pesach, when Reb Aharon was a young child, his father, Reb Yissachar Dov, made many changes throughout the Seder. He wanted his

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son to ask about them, but to his wonder, Reb Aharon did not question anything. When Reb Aharon was finally asked about this, he answered simply, “I don’t have any questions on my holy father.” One winter, when Reb Aharon was sick, his doctor forbade him from immersing in a mikvah. Knowing full well that his son would have difficulty following doctor’s orders, his father, Reb Yissachar Dov, instructed him not to toivel in the mikvah. However, a brother-inlaw noticed Reb Aharon going to the mikvah at 3 a.m., in the freezing cold, and returning fifteen minutes later. Astounded that Reb Aharon could disregard his father’s instructions, the brother-in-law hid in the mikvah building one morning. Sure enough, Reb Aharon arrived. He undressed and took the steps to the mikvah. On the last step, he stopped and said, “Hareini muchan u’mezuman… to perform the mitzvah that my father commanded me not to toivel in the mikvah…” He then got dressed again and returned home, without having entered the water. The witness repeated what he had seen to Reb Yissachar Dov, who responded, “This is perfect temimus!” His meticulousness carried over to his conduct bein adam l’chaveiro as well. Always careful to think only positive of Yidden, the Rav called a mechallel Shabbos, “one who forgot

love to these Yidden, the Rav responded, “If you have a ‘harber Rambam,’ you work hard to answer it. It is the same with a ‘harber Yid’; you need to work hard to appease him.”

ESCAPING THE INFERNO

In 1929, the Rav decided to travel to an eye doctor in Berlin. Though the Rav had issues with his eyes, it was puzzling that he’d travel such a long distance, as appropriate medical care was available in Poland. After seeing the doctor, the Rav announced that he wished to con-

“We were zocheh to see a person who purified himself, Kodesh Kadashim! The Belzer Rav! He was the Kohen Gadol in our generation…” The Ponevezh Rav, Rav Yosef Shlomo Kahaneman

the ikkar of Shabbos,” and said about one who did not put tefillin, “He doesn’t put on tefillin d’Rabbeinu Tam.” The Rav’s ahavas Yisroel was legendary. Many broken individuals were drawn to his court. When he was asked how he could show such

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tinue his rest in Baad-Hamburg. In Baad-Hamburg, the Rav pointed out a specific hotel, and they took out a room. Most of the day, for hours on end, the Rav stood by the window, deeply immersed in thought. Four weeks

passed in this manner. Finally, the Rav instructed that their bags be packed for a return home. “Ich hub gemeint ich vell eppes oiftuhn,” he said with a krechtz. The true purpose of this “vacation” was obvious when it later became known that directly opposite the hotel was the office of the upcoming Fuhrer, Hitler, ym”sh, who came to power four years later. War broke out ten years after the incident, in September of 1939. The Yomim Nora’im passed uneventfully in Belz, though the Germans were scheduled to come to Belz Shemini Atzeres in the morning. On Shemini Atzeres night, the last hakafos in Belz took place. Despite the rush, the Rav made sure that every niggun and every minhag be carried out as usual. The Rav managed to escape to the other side of the border, first to Skul and later to Premishlan, which were under Russian rule. The Belzer hoif moved along with its Rav, and chassidim as well as others traveled to be with him as they always had. However, subject to communist rule, life became harder. In Sivan of 1941, Germany invaded Russia. The Yidden situated in former Eastern Poland were tormented far more than those in Western Poland, which was occupied by Germany from the start of the war. Reb Moshe’le, zt”l, the prized, oldest son of the Rav, was caught on 9 Tammuz and burned alive in the


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beis midrash. The Rav reacted with unequivocal emunah, commenting, “Ah chesed fuhn Borei, ich hub oich tzishteier gegeben a korban.” (It’s a kindness from the Creator that I was also able to contribute with an offering.) Chassidim in Western Poland, among them Reb Chaim Shlomo Friedman, who was highly instrumental in saving the Rav, worked to bring the Rav over. They gathered astronomical funds and hired a Pole to smuggle the Rav over the border. The Rav selected his brother, the Bilgorayer Rav, to join him. They needed to pass the former divide between Russian and German reign, an especially perilous border. The Polish smuggler advised them to daven, and he later said that all the guards had been asleep as they passed! Driving further, their car suddenly turned over. Miraculously, the passengers extracted themselves from the car, and as soon as they were out, the car burst into flames. Though they were safe off to the side, the Rav and his companions were wounded and bloody. In another miraculous twist, a Jewish wagon driver soon passed. He agreed to take them to a nearby Jewish inn where they were given the stall to sleep in. The Rav did not reveal his identity, but the following morning they were recognized. The news spread throughout town: The Belzer Rav was there!

survive the war. One Belzer chassid asked the doctor for the coin, saying, “You aren’t a chassid anyway, and probably don’t believe in the coin…” But the doctor refused to relinquish the blessed coin. Indeed, the doctor survived the war and attributed his salvation to the shemirah of the Belzer Rav. From there, the Rav traveled to Vishnitsa, a small town that had until then been “overlooked” by the Germans. He was later moved to the Bochnia and Krakow ghettos. In Krakow, there was a Jewish cop who instilled terrible fear in the Yidden. Striding around with a revolver, he was known for killing and reporting Yidden to the Gestapo. Just hearing the name Sputz caused a Yid to tremble. The Rav asked for Sputz to be called to him. For “Which person in the entire this alone, one could be world is able to reach the level of killed. At first, kedushah of the Belzer Rav…?” Sputz spoke i mpudent ly, The Tchebiner Rav, Rav Dov but the Rav Ber Weidenfeld, zt”l engaged him in a long conversation. No People came to see the Rav, in- one knows exactly what they talked cluding Doctor Hendler, who ban- about, but when Sputz left, he was daged the Rav’s bleeding wounds. calm. From that point on, he did The Rav, who refused to remain many favors for the Rav and the Yidindebted to those who assisted him den. One Chanukah night, the Gerthroughout his journey, gave the doctor a coin and a blessing that he mans set many homes in the ghetto

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on fire, and the Rav was told that they must escape. The Rav wouldn’t hear of it, and began to prepare for tzinding as usual, making sure to sing all the zemiros. Even though only two Yidden were present, the Rav called out prior to tzinding, “Nisht shtippen.” The Bilgorayer Rav later explained that the Rav must have been talking to malachim, not people. Only after they finished, when many homes around them were ablaze, did the Rav agree that they must run away. Numerous plans were made to smuggle the Rav into Hungary. Finally, a high-level Hungarian officer was hired to bring the Rav over the border. The first part of the operation was to smuggle the Rav out of the ghetto, since the ghetto inhabitants would do everything in their power to stop the Rav from leaving. It took two days for the Hungarian official to fetch them from the home where they were staying outside the ghetto. In the meantime, it was imperative that no one discover that the Rav had disappeared from the ghetto, or the Gestapo would begin a search. Reb Reuven Wulkan played rebbe and Reb Chaim Shlomo gabbai. Sitting on the Rav’s seat wrapped in a tallis, Wulkan accepted the kvitlach brought to him. This act went on for 35 hours! The trip was one long trail of nissim. Dressed in fine clothes, the Rav and his entourage passed themselves off as retired Hungarian of-


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A LOSS FOR ALL The Rav was revered as a symbol of holiness and leadership by an entire generation. When the news of his passing, on Motzei Shabbos, 21 Av, became known, gedolim and simple Yidden cried as one. Everyone felt the loss on a personal level. Along with the expressions of deep mourning that rang throughout all corners of Yiddishkeit came the comforting thought that this pure malach Elokim continues to be melamed zechus on Klal Yisroel from his exalted spot above. As a journalist wrote shortly after the petirah, “Alone and orphaned remain not only the Belzer chassidim, but every Yid… All saw and understood that this was a pillar of fire, a heavenly meteor around which the entire world found comfort and hope during all her difficult moments…”

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How may one clean dusty furniture on Shabbos? So you’re having guests for Shabbos morning, and the extra chairs are in the basement — but they’re all dusty. Are you allowed to clean them on Shabbos? The melacha of melabein applies differently to various materials. If the chair has a cloth cushion, then one may neither wet, scrub nor dust it.1 If the chair has a covering on it made of a non-absorbent soft material like nylon, see the question below. If it is made of hard plastic or wood then it is muttar to get rid of the dust by rubbing the surface with a dry rag or even by wetting and then scrubbing it.2 This is because dirt on such a kind of surface is not absorbed, but rather simply lies on top, so cleaning it is not melabein. However, one must be wary of two things when cleaning it off: First, one may not squeeze out the water from the rag he is using.3 This would mean that one may not first wet the rag before using it. Instead, one should put water on the chair (or table, etc.) and then scrub it gently with a towel in a way that water will not be squeezed out.4 If the towel is so wet that water will drip out of it even when scrubbing gently, it is assur to scrub with it at all. If the towel is even wetter, and water will drip out of it even when merely handling it, then it is assur to even move it. Second, the cloth that one uses has to be a rag that is designated for cleaning.5 The poskim say that napkins and the like are also muttar, but one must make sure to use enough in proportion to the size of the spill so that he won’t squeeze out water as he rubs.

How may one clean off plastic couch coverings, plastic tablecloths, leather and rubber shoes, plastic raincoats, etc.? Some families buy leather couches or cover their furniture with nylon, because they have kids who constantly climb up on them and get them dirty. But can these precautionary measures help on Shabbos? Soft, non-absorbent materials (such as leather or rubber shoes, plastic raincoats, plastic tablecloths, etc.6) are not halachically treated like cloth or hard materials. Instead, they are somewhere in the middle, and the halacha says that, unlike cloth, one is allowed to wet them, but unlike hard materials, one may not scrub them.7 The poskim point out that it is assur to put cleaning detergent on these items, even if one will not scrub them, since the detergent itself performs the job of scrubbing.8 Similarly applying water with pressure on these surfaces will also be assur because the pressure of the water also performs the job of scrubbing. So one may clean soft non-absorbent materials by wiping them gently with a dry rag or by wetting the chair and gently, without scrubbing, removing the water using a napkin or rag (following the conditions above regarding

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not squeezing out the water, and using a rag set aside for cleaning).9 However, one must be careful not to put water on parts that have threads of stitching because they are considered like cloth, and one may not wet them at all. So, yes, when the cousins come visiting, and suddenly the amount of feet triple, and the couch turns into a trampoline — if you have a nylon-covered couch, you can do some damage control on Shabbos. 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.

Shaking is assur only if one is makpid (see Orach Chaim 302:1 Biur Halacha “Aleha”) but scrubbing is always assur according to the Mishnah Berurah 302:6 and Biur Halacha “Yesh omrim dassur lenaer.”

1

2

See Mishnah Berurah 302:41

Depending on the situation, it can be assur to do this because of melabein or because of mefarek.

3

Even though the cloth gets wet, it is not melabein since it is derech lichluch.

4

5 See Mishna Berurah 302:57 and 302:59. This is to be clear of the problems of “mevatel keli meheichano, shema yechabes” (302:11) and “shema yischot” (see 301:46, but as mentioned earlier, this doesn’t apply when the liquid is dirty, because then even if he squeezes out the liquid, the cloth is still not fixed (see Shulchan Aruch HaRav 301:59; Mishna Berurah 319:39).

Regarding plastic and nylon, see Igros Moshe II siman 76 and Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasa perek 15 footnote 24 in the name of Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, zt”l; the Ohr Letzion II 24:6 says there is no kibus at all because they don’t absorb. See also Shevet Halevi V siman 37 and what he says in Orchos Shabbos Birurei Halacha 5. 6

See Biur Halacha 302:9 “Aval lechabso” that to do kibus even without shifshuf is assur mid’rabbanan.

7

See Orchos Shabbos perek 13 footnote 14 in the name of Rav Nissim Karelitz, shlit”a, and Rav Wosner, zt”l 8

9

See Igors Moshe Yoreh Deah II siman 76

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We’ve read all about safety and ethics in the wilderness over the past few weeks, and now we’re ready for a hike. In this article we’ll go over some beginner and intermediate hiking trails in the area, and provide you with some important pre-plan information. Many parks around populated areas offer volunteer-maintained trails in the woods for your hiking pleasure. In our area, much of the work was done at Harriman and Bear Mountain State Parks during the Great Depression by the Civilian Conservation Corps. They blazed trails, built shelters and campgrounds, and even dug some of the “seven lakes” that gave the famous road its name. The combined parks boast 50,000+ acres of mountains, lakes, forest and a labyrinth of no less than 225 miles of hiking trails — which is now maintained by the New York–New Jersey Trail Conference and its volunteers (including COMMSAR). That is a lot of miles of forested highways where earth replaces asphalt, honking is replaced by chirping songbirds and the smell of nature rules over industrial pollution. The size, terrain and varied landmarks of the combined state parks offer many choices to suit your level of bravery, shoe size, scenic appetite, comfort level or just mood.

HIKING TRAILS Just like street signs, you can stroll safely in the woods by following each trails’ unique blazes. All maintained hiking trails are clearly marked with its distinct color on trees along the trail. Trail marks are generally spaced within view of one another. A set of two trail-blazes, one above the other, indicates a turn. When the top marker is to the right, it indicates a right turn, and the opposite for left. Three markers indicate the beginning or end of a trail (see illustration). If you lose the trail, backtrack! Don’t go deeper. Summer ’18 PSAR (Preventative Search & Rescue) Campaign by COMMSAR

TRAILS MAPS In addition to having directions to your trailhead and knowing the color of your intended trail(s), you should never venture into the woods without a trail

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map. If you intend on taking the red trail to the yellow trail, but now see a blue trail or an unmarked woodsroad, a quick look at your map may help you orient yourself. While topography map reading may require some skill, it can still be used by beginners. Trail maps in our area are published by the aforementioned NY–NJ Trail Conference. Trail maps are available for purchase at the Visitor Center and Bookstore between Exits 16 and 17 on the Palisades Parkway

1. KAKIAT OLD MILL LOOP This hike is shy of 1 mile and is a favorite of kids. Kakiat Park also has a ball field and a roofed picnic area. From the trailhead (at the “gazebo”), take the blue trail, which loops around and merges with the white trail. Continue on white and exit on the main woods-road a few feet from original starting point. Approximately a 12-minute drive from Monsey

or at outdoor outfitter shops. Another option is having the trail maps loaded on your phone and using the GPS function to see your actual location on the map.

EASY HIKES FOR BEGINNERS Below are several easy hikes that can be enjoyed by anyone in the family. For the most part, these hikes are in populated hiking areas.

2. SILVERMINE LAKE/ HARRIMAN STATE PARK For an authentic picturesque “in the woods” experience without constantly referring to your trail map, Silvermine Lake is what the doctor ordered (especially during the fall foliage season). Take the unmarked trail from the parking lot (off 7 Lakes Drive) and follow it as it hugs the lake. Turn around at any point or when reaching the dam. Please note that there is a seasonal parking fee. Approximately a 30-minute drive from Monsey

3. STERLING FOREST STATE PARK This 1-mile easy hike also affords you a visit to the Lautenberg Visitor Center where you can learn all about the flora and fauna of the area you are hiking in. It is a great place for kids. From the visitor center (116 Old Forge Road, Tuxedo, NY 10987) take the blue trail toward the Sterling Furnace. Then turn onto the yellow trail, which loops around back to the original blue trail, and then back to the starting point. Approximately a 30-minute drive from Monsey

4. FORT MONTGOMERY/BEAR MOUNTAIN STATE PARK The museum at this site lets you taste a piece of this region’s history. This was the scene of a fierce Revolutionary War battle for control of the Hudson River. (Throughout the summer there are also programs in regional history and the way people lived.) From the museum (690 US-9W, Fort Montgomery, NY 10922) take the blue Twin Fort trail for 0.4 miles to Fort Clinton and then back. This short trail traverses a suspension bridge over the Popolopen Creek, and under the Bear Mountain Bridge. Approximately a 35-minute drive from Monsey

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5. TOM JONES MOUNTAIN LOOP/HARRIMAN STATE PARK While this loop has a short uphill section, it is relatively mild. The entire hike is less than a mile long in the woods, but has another half-mile walk on the road. It’s a worthwhile hike as you can get to experience a mountaintop and a shelter within a short distance. On Rte. 106 (Kanawauke Road) there are two roadside pull-off parking areas on either side of the road west of Little Long Pond. Park at the first one, closer to the Kanawauke Circle (off 7 Lakes Drive). Take the red trail and follow it down after the shelter. At the fork take the blue trail out to the road. Turn right on the road and follow it for about 0.5 mile to the first parking lot. Approximately a 30-minute drive from Monsey

6. BEAR MOUNTAIN SUMMIT LOOP If you’ve always felt guilty driving up Perkins Memorial Drive rather than hiking it, you can alleviate some of those feelings by taking a hike on the summit, rather than to the summit. At the summit (Perkins Memorial Dr, Stony Point, NY 10980), look for the Appalachian Trail trailhead (from the road right before the parking lot). You’ll notice the blue trail shortly after your start — that is your return route. Stick to the white AT trail until you loop back to the blue to complete this 1-mile hike. NOTE: this section of the white trail is wheelchair/baby carriage accessible! Approximately a 35-minute drive from Monsey

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Hike the hills and valleys of this 4,000-acre reservation using marked trails that lead to ponds, a waterfall and stunning views. Whether you’d like to hike part of a trail and backtrack, or hike the entire reservation, start at the yellow trail behind the kiosk at the left side of the parking lot. Walking alongside the first part of the yellow trail, you’ll see Scarlet Oak Pond on your right, where you can stop for views of the water. At the end of the pond, take the yellow trail where it diverges to the left, and it’ll lead you to the falls. You can actually step off the path there and get close to the falls. You can either backtrack from here, or continue further up the yellow path until the MacMillan Reservoir for beautiful views, or follow the rest of the Vista Loop, which is a moderate 4-mile hike and takes about 2.5 hours. If completing that loop, make stops at the various spots with panoramic views (marked with a star on the map). See a map of the reservation in the previous article, “Intro to Hiking and Trail Basics.”


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results in vision that can only perceive different shades of gray, or the ability to see only in only one hue, which offers no color comparison and therefore no perception of varying colors. Some famous people with impaired color vision are Bill Clinton, Mark Zuckerberg and England’s Prince William. Mark Twain, as well, was known to always joke about his lack of color perception, which also referred to his views against slavery and prejudice, which were radical at the time. Contrary to accepted belief, the term “color blindness” is inaccurate. Rather, most people who are known to be color blind actually suffer from color vision deficiency, which means that they can’t see certain colors due to a condition affecting one of the three sets (green, red and blue) of color-sensing cones in the eye. Most people with impaired color vision either suffer from red-green color blindness (protanopia or deuteranopia) or blue-yellow color blindness (tritanopia). Red-green color blindness is the most common form of color vision deficiency. This condition is genetic and affects many more males than females. Which is lucky! Men aren’t judged so fast for a complete lack of color perception. Total color blindness is very rare and is either a result of no color perception at all, which

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One of the more popular color vision tests, called the Ishihara test after Dr. Shinobu Ishihara, a Japanese ophthalmologist who developed it in 1917, works with a series of plates designed to test red-green color vision. Each plate has a circle filled with dots of random sizes and specific colors, ISHIHARA COLOR TEST PLATE with contrasting dots forming a shape or figure. Some plates have a figure that is invisible to those with red-green color blindness, while other plates have a figure that is visible only to those with red-green color blindness.


WHAT COLOR IS THIS? Moderate color vision deficiency is usually more of an inconvenience than a handicap. One person who suffers from red-green color blindness complained that he can’t distinguish between pea soup and tomato soup, and another said that his brown hair may as well be green… A third person suffering from red-green color blindness was often seen wearing rather ugly brown shirts, because, as he explained, “It’s a color I can see!” But as most people with impaired color vision will tell you, the most annoying question they get from their friends is: “What color is this?” The inability to distinguish between colors may become more of a nuisance when reading color-coded charts, decoding traffic lights when they’re not placed in their usual vertical position, or trying to decide whether meat is cooked through.... For children who have yet to be diagnosed, the inability to read educational material that is very often colorcoded sometimes means that they are mistakenly believed to be learningdisabled.

DEFICIENCY DANGERS In 1875, a horrific railway accident in Sweden that killed nine people was blamed on the color vision deficiency of the rail operator who mixed up signals. While this may or may not be true, it was the catalyst for change, and a color vision test was developed to ensure that no color blind person should be working on the railroad.

Similarly, in 2002, a Fedex Boeing 727 crashed upon landing in Tallahassee, Florida. The captain, first officer and flight engineer were seriously injured, and the plane was destroyed in the fire that followed. The National Transportation Safety Board investigated the crash and blamed it on the captain’s and first officer’s fatigue, the captain’s and engineer’s failure to monitor the approach, and… the first officer’s color vision deficiency. It turned out that the runway they were approaching had a series of lights that would indicate, by flashing either white or red, whether they were gliding too high or too low toward the runway. The board found that the first officer, who was the flying pilot, had a history of impaired color vision and could have easily confused the white and red lights. These accidents are the reason Romania and Turkey do not allow people suffering from color vision deficiency to get a driver’s license. They fear these drivers would misread traffic signals, and thus cause accidents while driving. In certain professions, as well, applicants are tested for color blindness. Besides for rail operators and pilots, where color blindness is a safety concern, a person hired to mix paint colors and electricians who have to tell colored wires apart also, for practical reasons, need to have good color vision.

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THE SATMAR REBBE’S GRAV

A Place For Yeshuos A baby is born, in the merit of the Satmar Rebbe

One wintry Friday morning, a year and a half ago, a childless couple was on their way to the Catskills for Shabbos. As they passed Kiryas Yoel in Monroe, the husband turned to his wife with a suggestion. Perhaps they should make a stop at the gravesite of the Satmar Rebbe? They were not Satmar Chassidim, but they had heard enough about the Rebbe zt”l to know that he had dedicated his life to helping Jews from all walks of life. Perhaps this was where their yeshua was meant to come from, in the merit of the tzaddik? The couple drove up to the cemetery and walked up to the Rebbe’s ohel, their hearts full of hope and prayer. He stood on the men’s side, while she entered the women’s area. As it happened, and we know that nothing happens by coincidence, they arrived during the morning hours, when the Tehillim Kollel, consisting of a minyan of serious bnei Torah, gathers to recite sefer Tehillim from beginning to end, in fervent concentration, on a daily basis. Husband and wife sensed that this must be a time of special divine mercy, that the gates of heaven were now open to receiving their pleas for a child of their own.

They joined the Tehillim Kollel in recitation of the entire tehillim, over the course of two incredibly inspiring hours. Later, as they made their way back to the car, exhausted but elevated, the wife wondered aloud whether this was a day with special meaning in the Satmar Chassidus, considering that a group of chashuve bnei Torah had just appeared for such an intense prayer session. Her husband, who had already made the acquaintance of the dedicated members of the minyan, smiled as he informed her that this was a daily occurrence. Hashem had led them to the right place at the right time, and the next step was obvious to both of them. They contacted the Tehillim Kollel offices to sign up as members, to have their names recited in fervent supplication during the daily tehillim minyan at the tzion. Indeed, their “coincidental” stop on that Friday morning proved to be the seeds from which sprouted their salvation. The Tehillim Kollel continued to daven for them every day, and within a year, husband and wife became the proud, immensely grateful parents of a beautiful baby boy.

The Satmar Rebbe’s gravesite is a place where many come to pray for yeshuos. Tehillim Kollel has a regular minyan of Bnei Torah reciting the entire sefer Tehillim at the tzion on a daily basis. This year, on the upcoming Yartzeit, you too can reap the benefits of prayers recited on your behalf, in the merit of the tzaddik. Sign up today with Tehillim Membership at the Satmar Rebbe's Tzion:

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‫בס”ד‬

‫סעודת‬ ‫הילולא רבתי‬ ‫של אבינו רועינו‪ ,‬עטרת ראשינו‪ ,‬עמוד צלותהון דישראל‬

‫מרן רבינו הקוה"ט זצוקללה"ה‬ ‫ביחד עם‬

‫תאו‬ ‫ואתכנשו‬ ‫להילולא‬ ‫דרבי!‬

‫מעמד‬ ‫כבוד התורה‬ ‫לרגל שמחת התורה בחבורת הלכה‬

‫שע”י כוללינו שסיימו יו"ד חלק ב’‬ ‫שתתקיים בעז"ה‬

‫ראה‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫ד’‬ ‫ביום‬ ‫ז”ך מנחם אב הבעל”ט‬ ‫מדרשינו החדש‬ ‫בהיכל בית‬ ‫‪9 Weiner Dr.‬‬ ‫בשעה ‪ 7:30‬לעת ערב‬ ‫בהתאסף ראשי עם‪ ,‬הרבנים הגאוה"צ שליט"א‬

‫בראשות חתנו כ"ק‬ ‫מורינו הגאב"ד שליט"א‬

‫בהאי יומא דנשמתא‪ ,‬נתאסף כולנו יחד חבורתא קדישתא‪ ,‬למעבד לי' רעותא‪,‬‬ ‫וזכותו יגן עלינו הוא ימליץ טוב בעדינו להוושע בכל מיני ישועות לעילא מכל ברכתא‪.‬‬

‫המחכים לקראת בואכם לשלום‬

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I came here in the middle of our preparations to ask you for a favor. I already have your parents’ permission, and I’d like to give you the instructions.

I see you are davening for the success of our plan to save the children from the missionaries.

We have to pinpoint the children’s exact location, something we’ve been unable to do so far. Maybe if children call, they’ll allow the kids to speak more freely.

How will we know what to say?

I think Avraham would be best for this conversation.

You can start, Avraham. We’ll daven.

Sounds interesting!

Come with me to the office, and we’ll practice how to answer if they ask you questions.

Hi, can I speak to Boris?

Recap: Avraham asks his friends to daven for the success of the crucial anti-missionary operation.

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Thank you to the Hershkowitz family for contributing this question!

Question of the week:

Where in our area is there a roundabout?

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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 aloe bale balk bane

bare barm barn bask

boar bola bole bore

born bran comb core

corm corn crab dole

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5-LETTER WORDS abort borne cobra combo condo coral crane

feral flare flask force intro labor lance

learn moral mound nitro skoal solar

6-LETTER WORDS cornea encore

herbal lancer

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fore form fort herb

hero hobo hora horn

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lobo more morn narc

near oboe oral rale

7-LETTER WORDS comfort

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9+ LETTER WORDS gondola

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

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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:

RANCH

A ranch with a cross-gabled roof

A ranch with a hip roof

Ranch-style homes, also called ramblers or California ranches, are an art form unique to America (though this style has its roots in Spanish colonial architecture seen on southwestern ranches and in Mexico — hence its name). The first ranch-style homes were built in the 1930s, and with their wide, open floor plan for an informal, casual living style, were a major change from other architecture that was common at that time. The exterior, as well, stood out for its plainness; no dormer windows, steep roofs, porches or columns. Very popular among the post-war middle class, this style began to spread across the U.S. between the 1940s and 1970s when land was cheap in the sprawling suburbs. Its popularity waned in late 20th century, when there was a return to historical and traditional style homes.

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FYI: A ranch with a basement is not considered a raised ranch. For a house to be classified as such, there must be a flight of steps to get to the main living floor.


An L-shaped ranch floor plan. Note how the entire living area is open and flows one into the other.

A U-shaped ranch floor plan

ATTRIBUTES: Ranches are asymmetrical single-story houses, their most telling distinctive characteristics being low-pitch roofs and deep, overhanging eaves. The shape of the house is either rectangular or has an L or U shape. Ranches usually have an attached garage and a large picture window facing the street. Other characteristics, of which most ranches include at least a few, are a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, a roof that is either side-gabled, cross-gabled or hip, windows with large panes of glass, and sliding glass doors leading to a patio. The interiors are simple (often rustic, too) and the floor plan is open and casual, the living area separate from the bedroom area. The exterior of original ranches are also non-ornamental, often made of a combination of two materials. Ranches are built close to the ground, many of them a single main level on a concrete slab, while others have a crawl space and basement between the foundation and main level.

PROS: No steps means an ideal home for toddlers, the elderly and anyone with mobility issues. The fact that ranches are often on-ground, in a L or U shape, and with sliding doors out to the patio makes them conducive to comfortable outdoorindoor living. The open FYI: Ranches built in area and more casual living the 1950s and ‘60s averstyle also works for many age 1,300 square feet, people. Another advantage is that no footsteps or jumpand commonly have ing is heard from upstairs. three bedrooms and Additionally, outdoor mainone bathroom, while tenance, from washing ranches built after 1970 windows to repainting, is so are typically larger. much simpler when everything is within reach.

CONS: The ranch requires more land, being that the entire living area is spread over a single level. Heating a ranch is also expensive, as a single floor doesn’t handle natural heat loss as well as a multi-story home, made worse by the facts that some spots in this longer home are far away from the central heating system and that heat is lost through the foundation, which literally matches the square footage of the living area. The large window panes are another factor that make the home less energy-efficient. The low-pitch roof and extending eaves (designed to provide extra shade in sunny climates), promotes the formation of ice in cold climates, and the flatter roofs can also cause rain to pool and cause leaks.

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Classifieds FOR SALE 2002 MERCURY SABLE Gray Car $1,500, OBO Please call 914-522-5086 8 PASSENGER VAN 07 Town & country w/ added seat for sale. $2,000. 1 repair needed. 732-664-3682 2007 JEEP COMANDER 197000 miles strong car for a good price call 845-461-3084 LOOKING TO BUY MINIVAN please call/text with any offer 8452170704 [paying cash] BREAKFRONT Wood Breakfront excellent condition $300. (845)8262221 MASTER BEDROOM SET Convertible Couch, Executive Desk 72 X 41, Ping Pong Table, Entertainment Center, Crate Acoustic Amplifier, Professional Recording Studio equipment, tables and chairs 914 906-2853 TALL CABINET shelved closet $50 mahogany wood lounge accent chairs $50 each call 845-664-2109 Wesley hills PRE-OWNED FURNITURE Master bedroom set by Accentuations, set of two traditional living room accent chairs, off white children’s armoire and dresser, Furniture Maiven 845-642-1225 NEW DINETTE SETS glass top and wood. Also wrought iron stools, wood dinette chairs and stackable dinette chairs. Furniture Maiven 845-642-1225 MASTER BEDROOM FURNITURE in good condition - 2 years old. pls call:845-578-1709

BEDROOM SET Due to move, antique master bedroom set. Call/text 732534-1997 APPLIANCES Used GE Oven and Worldpool dishwasher. Great price. 845371-7079

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bedroom set Musical equipment. 845 354-1961

MAMAS & PAPAS Still in box, coral hood, selling for $200. Call 347977-1993

FOR SALE Nuna Mixx2, grey limited edition with bassinet, footmuff, rain cover. Mint condition. Call/ Text 347 675 0863

TOP LOADER WASHER and dryer for sale. Pls call or text 8455589470

AWNING used one year. 10 x 12. off white and dark beige stripes hardware included. 845 371 4704

FRONT LOADER Washer and Dryer. Please call 845-570-7864

UPPA BABY CRUZ Used in great condition $275 Call 845-533-9361

GLASS-TOP DINETTE SET w/ 6 chairs. In great condition. Asking $600. Call 425-2138.

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

AIR CONDITION new Impecca 18000 BTU A/C 220 V. 845-8253517 STACKABLE WASHER/ DRYER Frigidaire 27” stackable laundry center. great condition. energy star rated, $750 obo. 845-659-0104 NEW PEDAL GO-KART Great gift ages 4-8. Call 845304-5160 GENUINE LEATHER COUCH 7 ft burgundy in very good condition. Call 845 352 2051 or 845 213 0383 6X8 LEGO SUKKAH including sechach & all accs. $1,100 call: 845-428-9373 TODDLER NAVY LEATHER suede lace sneakers w white sole thin red trim sz 5, 6, 7, 9, 11 @ $7 reg $35. 9292513777 BABY SWINGS & CAR SEATS Still in box, selling for $50 $65. Call 347-977-1993 DRUM SET Professional performers full set. selling for $800. 347-909-

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BUGABOO CAMELEON STROLLERS $399 Charcoal umbrella $20 bottle/cup holder $15 buggy board w seat $90 bunting $50 929 251 3777 MATERNA EXCHANGE: I have stage 2 milchig materna that i’m looking to exchange for stage 1. If interested plz call: 845-3239169 YARD SALE August 5th from 11-4 at 20 Augusta Avenue-toys, games and kiddie riding toys. BLACK LEATHER office chair $25 standard office chair $15 in Wesley hills call 845-664-2109 MATERNA STAGE 2 $27. Free delivery for 3 and up. Please call 845-323-9169 DVF Brand new DVF classic black suede flats with gold rim size 35. $75. Call/text 8452138432 ITEMS 2009 Sym Moped Scooter, Ping pong table, Pioneer components Stereo System,

TORY BURCH beige/tan flats with brown sole. Size 35 $70. Call/text 8452138432 LOOKING TO BUY gently used doona carriage in good condition please call 845-499-3639 NEW CROCKPOT WARMER Orig. 30 Selling for 14. Call/ text 8455178108 24” STOOLS 2 new, Mahogany legs & back, black leather seat. Perfect for breakfast counter. Call/text 845-517-8108 BABY NURSE Looking to sell gift certificate for Rock-a-bye 24 hour nurse for two weeks. Call or text 845-244-1804 NEW FRIGIDAIR professional series stainless smudge-proof dishwasher asking $550 OBO 845-2639209 MAMA’S AND PAPA’S New carriage. $300,orig. $580. Call 84555735426 MATERNA only left milchig stage one limited quantity going fast for just $27 call 845-426-3231 TIGHTS new ‘Sireco Mayfair 70 denier’ tights with a thin seam for a good price. Call 845.891.9053 TANDEM STROLLER Peg Perego Duette, each seat faces forward or back, sturdy,


neat looking, x-lg basket, suitable for newborns to older children, foot-muffs included, paid $700, perfect condition, asking $475 obo 845-659-0104 BABY FORMULA 9 40-oz. cans of enfamil baby formula. half price. 845-5876988 28” TREK HYBRID bicycle in great condition. Call/text 845-323-5087 after 6 pm. SEARS GIFTCARD Close to $200, to sell for $175. 845-794-2201

HOMES 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. 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 347-546-9291. HOUSE FOR RENT ON CUCOLO LANE Private home for rent includes: dining/living room, large modern kitchen, playroom and study on main floor. 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths and laundry room on upper floor. Please Call 917789-2490.

883 2092 Call/Text 845 459 7731 Email 5387568@gmail. com WEST PALM BEACH, FL 2 B.R 1 1/2 Bath condo in Century Village, water view,tiled & furnished . Call 917-713-4234 or 561-718-2571 SHABBOS/VACATION RENTAL:

newly renovated 4 bdrm house available weekends. Chestnut Ridge, close to shul/ mikvah. Large Property. Call 845.356.2101 Text: 917.474.6826 TOP FLOOR Bates corner apartment Mint condition, 5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, pesach kitchen, front/ back porch 2320 sq ft. Please call 917.843.3022 3 ROOM APARTMENT FOR RENT 3 room apartment for rent in Dorset area. Completely furnished. Walk in level. Call 356-3050 2+ 1/2 BEDROOM Elenar Ln nice Backyard. 845.425.8000 3 BEDROOM on Gibbs. Plus playroom, office, storage, 1.5 bathrooms, 845.425.1417. CHESTNUT RIDGE HOME 2 bedrm + 1 bath ; new kitchen; 845 377 3687 2 BEDROOM APT. Lots of closets, huge porch, Private entrance, Dana Rd. Avail Sept 1. Call 352 4586

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NEW HEMPSTEAD 7 Bedroom Bi-Level 2 Story Entry, 3 1/2 Baths, Owner 845

1 BEDROOM FURNISHED new, ideal for single, Chestnut Ridge – 845 376 9598

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!

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email your resume: jobs@fcc-corp.com jbos@fcc-corp.com 2 BEDROOM new Ideal for chussin/kallah or older couple 914-714-5955 1 BEDROOM in the Bluefield area. Available July 1. Please call 845-642-4426 FURNISHED APARTMENT Carlton Blauvelt Area Available August 15 Ideal for Chassan Kallah Call 845445-5698

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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.

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

CLEAN HEATED POOL for rent. Please call to reserve your spot. 347-278-1278

HERRICK 4 rm apt ideal for chassan kallah bsmnt very reasonable 845-425-8890

BASEMENT ON BUTTERMAN PL. Approx. 1000 S.f. 8 1/2 Ft. ceiling unfinished bas. For rent on butterman place. Pls call 978-571-9768

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Classifieds BASEMENT FOR RENT in prime Monsey location 845 222 1818 STORAGE Large garage available to rent for storage in Chestnut Ridge. Please call/txt 516-582-6560 POOL FOR RENT Underground outside heated pool on nice grounds available for rent in Monsey for small groups. Call 845376-4828 STUDIO APT/ OFFICE 1 large room with private full bath, private entrance, old nyack / Rockhill area call 425 -2871 OFFICE SPACE 700 sf available for rent at new state-of-the-art facility. 845-356-9600 ext.117. 386 RT 59 office space 1900 sq ft. $3,500.00 includes all

HELP WANTED FULL TIME Office experience preferred. Please send resume to pandcinsurancejobopportunity@ gmail.com HEIMISHE MOSED Seeking secretary with the ability to multi-task. Please email resume toinfo@ vienmonsey.org

JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for a full-time female secretary for an office located in NJ. Company will provide transportation. Great pay with lots of potential! Please call 718-522-0689 or 917-270-1982. SMALL YESHIVA half hour from Monsey looking to hire p/t administrator and fundraiser. Good pay for right person. Please call 845459-7953

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FT SECRETARY Heimishe office in Airmont looking for a full time secretary for immediate hire. Will train. Please call 917620-9278.

ocal Bais Yaakov high school ISO full-time secretary. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required. email resume: monseymossod@gmail. com ADMIN ASSISTANT Mesivta in Monsey looking to hire an administrative assistant for a part time position. Yungerman or bochur. Morning hours. Responsibilities may include bookkeeping, mailings, parent correspondence, office & computer tasks, building maintenance, meals, transportation. Does not include fundraising. Proficiency in computers and Microsoft Word & Excel required. For inquiries, please call (845)587-1972.

P/T SECRETARY in frum office. Knowledge of Excel/ Word . Hours:~9:30-2:30. Send resume with salary requirements: ambit@ ambitelectronics.com fax: 845-425-5625 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.

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OFFICE POSITION Office position opening in a real estate office. Great for graduates. Please email or fax

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resume to secretarymonsey@ gmail.com / fax 845-388-1772 or call 845-388-1771.

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YESHIVAS OHR REUVEN seeking part time secretary, 2-2.5 hours a day, possibly more hours available. rmeisels@ohrreuven.com.

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Willing to train. Please send resumes to monseyjob24@gmail. com. SPRING VALLEY OFFICE Seeking girl for a full-time executive assistant position. Applicant should be efficient, detail oriented and able to multi-task. Basic computer and good phone skills a must. Must be fluent in Yiddish and English. Great pay Email your resume to position8967@ gmail.com FULL TIME FEMALE in a fast paced office. Must be computer savvy, detail oriented and able to meet tight deadlines. Great pay. Please email your resume to: tobyweiss55@gmail.com F/T SECRETARY for Immediate hire basic computer knowledge and phone skills, will train Email resume books10977@gmail. com FT 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 required. Nice growth potential & Great pay! Please call (347)8645546 or email resume to:

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lyndhurstjob07071@gmail. com POSITIONS AVAILABLE Womens only office looking to hire a bright, motivated & responsible girl for a F/T position with great potential. Kosher Heimish environment 917-886-4873 FITTER WANTED Women store looking for an experience fitter please leave message 845 608 9273 ‫היימישע קאר סערוויס‬ ‫אין מאנסי זוכט היימישע‬ 845-274-8880 ‫ רופט‬,‫דרייווערס‬ OPPORTUNITY! Looking for responsible female to take care of 2 small children and drive them to their babysitters. Hours: Mon-Fri 7:45am-9:00am. Please call/txt 845-659-6873 Nice pay! RIDE WANTED Willing to pay for ride from Spring Valley to KJ @8:30 or 9:30AM and back @5:15 or 6:30PM. 845-459-3403 SALES HELP Children’s clothing store looking for sales help afternoon hours a must . Call:845-499-6338 SALES PERSON WANTED Expanding Our Sales Team, Individual must have a desire to build a career, Full Training and Support provided. Past work experience a plus. Call: 845639-5216 or email: dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com RESTAURANT WORKER Immediate position available! Monsey restaurant looking to hire worker full/part time. Will train. Please call: 914.523.4222 SALES PERSON ON THE GO Estate Jewelry Company is looking for a very motivated

and energetic man for sales. Sales experience, must have a car,. Starting 1k a week With potential to grow please Send Resume To: salesdirector10950@gmail. com Or call and leave a massage (845) 459-2435 MEN’S RETAIL CLOTHING STORE seeking salesman. Experience in sales preferred. Opportunity for growth & promotion. Full time / Part time. Great Salary + commissions. Email Resume to cuffncorockland@ gmail.com NYLIFE Brooklyn/Monsey office looking to fill sales positions in the insurance and financial products market. Unlimited earning & growth potential. Contact Yehoshua Belsky at 347 210 1403 or email ybelsky@ ft.newyorklife.com ‫געזוכט א פרוי אדער מיידל‬ Phone Orders ‫צו צאמשטעלן‬ ‫ ביטע‬.‫אין א היימישע גראסערי‬ ‫ און לאזט‬845-459-4690 ‫רופט‬ ‫איבער א קלארע מעסעדש מיט‬ .‫אייער אינפארמאציע‬ LOOKING FOR SOMEONE To work with a highfunctioning, high-school girl in the Pomona area. Please call 844-504-8400 ext 9504. HAMASPIK is looking for a female worker to coach 2 high-functioning teenage girls at their job site. For serious inquiries please email ewalter@ hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-503-0249. LEARNING CENTER TEACHER Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey seeks Judaic and General Studies middle school teachers 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 GIRLS HS English Language Teacher 11th & 12th grade. Well paid for qualified individual. Please email resume: hsteacher10952@gmail.com HIGH SCHOOL GIRL to shadow an adorable active 3 yr old boy in a cheder (w female teachers). Starting immediately until Aug 16 $75\ week. Call 845-659-7745

TEACHER NEEDED Elementary teacher needed for boys Yeshiva. Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 ATERES BAIS YAAKOV seeking professional, warm and caring teachers for General Studies subjects in the upper elementary and middle school, as well as an instructor for gym. Please forward resume to office@ ateres.org ENGLISH TEACHER & TITLE 1 MENTOR For Cheder in Monsey looking for experienced. Supportive environment. Excellent discipline program. Extremely well paid. Teacher: 718 450 2538. Title 1: 914 589 5371

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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

Swimming Lessons Available!

TEACHER ASSISTANTS NEEDED Great experience working with knowledgeable elementary teachers. Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 SHADOW/COMHAB 18+ girl needed to work with special need girl 16,summer/ after school.Pay per exp.201 8920526 SHADOW NEEDED for Cheerful Special Needs 6th Grade Girl in Local Monsey Public School. 3520523 LOCAL BOYS’ CHEDER seeking experienced General Studies teachers for PRE1A, 3rd and 4th grades MondayThursday afternoon hours email: tfischer@baismikroh. org or call 425-4880 x111 TEACHER NEEDED for HASC’s Monsey special education pre-school upcoming school year. Competitive salary/benefits. Send resume: fax 845-3560193/jobsmon@hasc.net. TEACHER ASSISTANTS NEEDED for HASC’s Monsey special education pre-school

upcoming school year. Competitive salary/benefits. Send resume: fax 845-3560193/jobsmon@hasc.net. READING/SPECIAL ED WANTED Get the right experience working w/master female teacher as assistant at YSV Boys or Girls, afternoon hrs, Pre1A, 1st, 2nd grades. Resume & ref. f:3568551 e: tmendlowitz@ yeshivaspringvalley.org ASSISTANT POSITION In a preschool in Monsey starting in Sept. Pls call 4590696 n leave a msg. 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 UPK AFTERNOON TEACHERS YSV preschool seeks UPK afternoon teacher. Masters required. Competitive salary paid on time. Also seeking PM assistants with college credits. For more information please call (845) 578-5740 or (845) 425-1112

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GET EXPERIENCE in a preschool classroom this coming school year. please email resume to rweisman@ ohrreuven.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. 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. LOCAL HEIMISHE MOSOD Seeking qualified English teacher for 7th grade please email resume to gspposition@gmail.com or fax to 845 208 0440 SUMMER JOB Looking for a girl 16+ to assist a special-needs child in Camp Le Ruach. Experience necessary. Please call 201.892.0526 MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL seeks the following general studies teachers: *Lower school *Middle school

ELA *Title I math. Email akarash@chedermonsey.org. MONSEY BY seeks a 4th grade English Teacher. and a Kindergarten assistant Please call 362-3166. byccoffice@thejnet.com 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 SEEKING WARM Yiddish speaking preschool assistant please email resume to girlsschoolmonsey@gmail. com ‫חסידישע מיידל שולע‬ .‫אין מאנסי זיכט טיטשער’ס‬ 845-237-2780 .‫ביטע ריפט‬ CHASIDISHE GIRLS SCHOOL in Monsey seeking teachers. Please call 845-237-2780 PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT TEACHER for September 2018. We are doing interviews now please call Brany Klar at 845-3527167. REBBE POSITION warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach Pre-1A


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

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Makeup b� MichellePhilipson

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

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347-962-9230 Instagram:@makeupbymichellephilipson Part or full time positions available for upcoming summer and school year Please call (845) 577-6046 or (845) 213-7228

Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Please call 845.352.8470.

Phyllis Terrace area. 845222-1305

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT starting sep. Warm and loving a must graduate preferred, great pay, spring valley area please call Toby 845-426-4608

LOOKING FOR HOUSEKEEPER in Wesley Hills area. Call: 845-425-2254 between hours of 10:00-2:00.

BABYSITTER IN MY HOUSE Monday-Thursday morning hours. please call or txt 845.376.2929 RESPONSIBLE BABYSITTER in the Brewer area. about 8 hours daily please call 845554-4300 BABYSITTING OPPORTUNITY for four babies. New City Area. Monday-Thursday 9:00-2:30, Friday 9-12. Good pay. 908-463-3857 WANTED LSHEM MITZVA Girls to watch young children outside after Daycamp.

AFTERNOON JOB Looking for babysitterHorton Drive. MondayThursday. 2:00-4:00. (near Refuah Shuttle) call: 1845425-4565. leave a message. SEEKING BABYSITTER Looking for babysitter in Weiner/Butterman area Monday - Thursday from 2:30 - 5:00. Please call 845-4250542.

PLAYGROUPS KIDDIE GROUP and Babysitting in a school based setting seeking P/T workers. 845-357-0004.

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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 KIDDIE GROUP Warm and loving teacher on Weiner Drive still has a few slots left for September. Call Hindy Steimetz 709.7484 Or 263.2110

BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016

Mindy (845) 376-3303

SERVICES LADY DRIVER

Heimishe lady driver is available for evening trips. Please call Devorah at 845.746.7910 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 AHUVA AARON PHOTOGRAPHY: Children and family portraits: Special summer promotion $50 sitting


tting // services fee. 845 671 8083 follow me on Instagram @ ahuvaphotography 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 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY

Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 845-3621312 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. ONE MAN BAND Hire an experienced bachur for your event for unbeatable prices. Call Simcha Salzer at:(845)-502-0496 Price matches and demos are available. ONE MAN BAND Heimishe one man band for all your occasions, great price! Call/text 347-460-7543 LADY DRIVER with mini van available for long distance trips evenings, early mornings and weekends. Please call Chavi: 845-659-8207

UPSTATE CONSTRUCTION GROUP We do all bigger construction jobs in the upstate area. Fully insured. References available. 845.293.2230 SHAIMOS

We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 COMPUTER HELP?? One stop computer assistance! Set up new computers, restore deleted/ lost files from computers, SD cards, cameras, & thumb drives. 845-293-2667 PERSONAL CHEF Delicious food for Shabbos, Yom tov, parties, small Simchos or just because. References available. 914-3918982.

Great Employment Opportunity! Looking to hire an Early Intervention Service Coordinator. Excellent opportunity to help children and their families in a supportive working environment! For further inquiries please email your resume to: position@hamaspikrockland.org or fax 845-503-1209.

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 GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281 COTTON CANDY RENTAL 845 694 7296 ATT: DAYCAMPS, FAMILY GROUPS Childrens Body bumpers available to rent. Cheap way to give loads of fun! Call 376-9027

BOOKKEEPING For all your bookkeeping needs call: 347-537-9870 ‫ישראל חיים הערשקאוויטש‬

TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016

HAD A LEAK? Did you plumber open a hole? We can close it on 2 hours. Patch Man 845.388.1444

MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Linda 845.538.5319

HAMASPIK 4 FREE SESSIONS Will tutor your child according to his level, with patience & clear explanations. Great rate. 248-955-8559.

chemistry, and biology. English speaking. please call 845.499.8935

MATH TUTORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003

DRUM LESSONS BY SHMUEL KLAVER Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935

DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com

GUITAR LESSONS Experienced Instructor Will Teach Women and Girls How to Play in Ten Lessons. Years of Enjoyment Guaranteed! 347-455-5320.

TUTOR AVAILABLE Professional tutor for ‫ עברה חומש משניות‬and ‫ לימודי חול‬math, physics,

GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient

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Classifieds

// services // odds & ends // gemachim

New professional

Recording Studio

Located in Monroe NY

845.842.1700 info@keybirdstudios.com

jobs@NailItHandyman.com NailItHandyman.com 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

miriamshurpin.com www. miriamshurpin.com DID YOU LOSE A LOVED ONE TO CANCER? Free 25 minute session to take you from emotional pain & grief to complete healing & transformation [limited slots available] call today Chany Felberbaum 845-445-8252

WASH & SETS Summer special - get your 3rd wash $10.00 off. Located in the Calvert Dr. area Toby 845.213.0378

ODDS AND ENDS

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

HEIMISHE MOISED is seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100

MAKEUP BY DEVORIE Natural and refined call/text 845 642 6833 REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN In person and online consultations Insurance accepted 347 480 1670 rd@

POOL WANTED Looking to rent a pool with a handicapped lift in the Monsey\Monroe area. Please call 845-570-7864 DECLUTTER Donate your gently used hats. Please call 845-517-0838.

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

FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.

TWIN CARRIAGE Seeking a used twin carriage for very cheap or giveaway. 356.1212

DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1

LECHU V’NELCHA Shiurim for post seminary girls given every wednesday night. Call the LVN hotline (718)480-0586 for more details and weekly updates. TRANSFORM! No more stress, only happiness! Thurs. 10 am 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 6417150709 pin 549732 ref 1-98. Listen to a mother share her incredible, amazing miracle! 641 715 0709 pin 549732 ref 86

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

BABY CHASUNA GOWNS Adorable gowns and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. Call 4253049 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach 917.697.0790 CHASUNAH ORNAMENT for rent @ $3. West central area 371-1765 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 GEMACH ZICHRON NACHMAN hospital supplies including TPN equipment, feeding


m // dresses & gowns pumps, NG tubes, & All feeding supplies. To donate or receive. Please call 845-7468293. 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 ELEGANT HATS For short term rental please call 845-517-0838. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee). BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. ‎ OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. 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

headsets also available. 845202 -0105. SHOE GEMACH white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845200-0211 COME IN

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 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 PROJECTOR GEMACH portable projectors to show pics, dvd, films on screen or wall. Call 406-3791

TO DISCOVER OUR NEW CHILDREN’S LINE!

HIGHEST SELECTION OF

MODEST COUTURE EVENING WEAR FROM TOP DESIGNERS WORLDWIDE

MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333 PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536.” ROOF CARRIERS GEMACH 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com LADIES GOWN GEMACH South Monsey, Please call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 CHUPPA CARDS. Please call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278

POWDER_COUTURE 178 Route 59- Suite 4 Monsey, NY 10952

(845) 356-3731 www.powdercouture.com info@powdercouture.com

FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome!

Black and white dress for sale size 12-14. 845-362-9213

PHONE GEMACH Having an emergency? We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538

finds&co pale pink dress w/ beading. Sz 6 matching ivory and pink victorian dress sz 4-6. 538-6071

DRESS/GOWNS ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 size 6-8 teal blue gown for sale call 354-8774 Peach and Silver accent, Tulle bottom size 0 845-356-8909

Navy and Cream Tulle bottom size 0-2 845-356-8909 adult and kids gowns for sale. Please call 1917-881-3921.

Size 4-6 Black/gold gown 845274-6878 black & gold gown sz 4 for rent. call or text 845 274 3366 Black & silver gown sz 2 for rent. Call or text 845 274 3366 size 14 woman ivory color gown great price. call 5739270 woman’s Forster’s black and white gown to sell size 8-10, for $2,000 negotiable , call 845 596 6501

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Classifieds

// dresses & gowns // lost & found

Hamaspik of Rockland is looking to hire Male and Female PARA’s to work in our ABA department.

Looking to hire a Licensed Social Worker for a part time position. Flexible hours. Yiddish speaking preferred. Excellent pay.

To send your resume, email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org, or fax: 845-503-1239.

Please submit your resume at jobs@hamaspikrockland.org.

HAMASPIK 2 preteen/teen gowns for sale, also available mauve/ white little girl’s gown size 5 & 8. 845-519-7747

Green and Black wedding dress size 10-12 Cocktail length for rent, Please call: 845-587-0204

Pink/mauve floral dress/ gown for sale. Size 6-8. Used once. $300 please call: 845 293-0663

2 gowns Italian fabric white / blue coloring. size 16 girls and 2 or 4 women. reasonable price pls call 845 323 5544

silver grey gown size 0(-2) for mature teen/young lady. worn once. please call 201686-9133 or 201-863-4463

black simcha dress & cream / navy gown size 2 well priced. (845)826-2221

white and green dress for sale-size 2. Please call/text 845-269-8649.

light color gowns size 00,0,2 and childrens gowns size 12, 8,5 and 18 months Call 845642-4968

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HAMASPIK vort/chasunah peach dress for rent. Size Small. Call: 845 579 5538 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. Ivory gown, mauve/gold, brocade inlay, size 6-8. Please call or text 845-323-2434 Black and White cocktail length gown size 2-4 for rent 845 362 2473

Alice and Olivia gown for rent. Black and gold\beige Ladies Size 2-4 $250 Please call 425-1937 BLUE LAVENDAR GREY chasunah dress SIZE 0-2 CALL -422-2742 navy and gold custom-made gown size s. Please call/text 845-665-8333 Light color gowns. Adult sizes. 845.270.8609 Black & silver Maternity gown for Mechatanista sz small. 845 425 4578


Ladies Gown size 18/20 designer fabric gown, room to let out or down, for sale. Pls call 8456416184.Si 14/16. Blush colored. Long. Worn once. Call/text 845 538 7628

black & gold gown sz 4 for rent .& Black & silver gown sz 2 for rent call or text 845 274 3366 classy black Escada dress, size 46 brand new never worn 845-659-4493

ur o y up t h Lig nt !!! eve Call now !!! 1-800-336-7848

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

BOOKKEEPING POSITION

FOR A REAL ESTATE OFFICE IN THE MONSEY AREA

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫שמחת הבר מצוה בבית סקווירא – וויזניץ‬

‫האדמו"ר מבית חיים יהושע ובנו גאב"ד סאטמאר מאנסי בתפילה באוהל אדמו"רי סאטמאר זי"ע בקרית יואל‬

‫התוועדות תלמידי יוצאי שיעור ד' דשיכון סקווירא בצירוף סיום מסכת ערובין ע''י אחד התלמדים‪‎‬‬

‫קינדער זענען זיך מחיה מיט די נייע נארהאפטיגע וויטעמין בלעסט געטראנק פון די דבש פירמע‬

‫‪170 / THE MONSEY VIEW‬‬


‫ערשינען‬

‫טרעפט די‬ ‫טעגליכע נייע‬ ‫אויסגאבע אין‬ ‫אייער בית‬ ‫המדרש‬

‫דער מאנסי‬

‫טעליכע אויסגאבע‬

‫זמנים‬ ‫שמחות‬ ‫שיעורים‬ ‫יארצייטן‬ ‫היסטאריע‬

‫מאנסי ‪ -‬סקווירא‬

‫חיזוק‬ ‫נייעס‬ ‫ידיעות‬ ‫ביזנעס‬ ‫‪FOR ADVERTISEMENT & CLASSIFIEDS CALL:‬‬

‫‪845-738-1009‬‬ ‫‪ADS@MONSEYVINKEL.COM‬‬

‫‪TO SUBSCRIBE PLEASE EMAIL:‬‬

‫‪SUBSCRIBE@MONSEYVINKEL.COM‬‬


‫הילולת האדמו"ר בעל ויחי יוסף מפאפא זצוק"ל בעירנו מאנסי‬ ‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫מסיבה לטובת 'רפואה העלפליין' בבית מוה"ר ר' יוסף לאווענשטיין‬

‫‪172 / THE MONSEY VIEW‬‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN, AVI S.‬‬

‫סעודת הודאה מוצש"ק נחמו בחצר הקודש סקולען‬

‫שלושים של כ"ק גאב''ד מעלבוירן במאנסי‬

‫הילולת האדמו"ר מפאפא זצ"ל אצל בנו ומ"מ האדמו"ר מפאפא‬

‫‪174 / THE MONSEY VIEW‬‬


‫נז געדענ‬ ‫ק‬ ‫ע‬

‫דע‬ ‫רצ‬

‫וְ יִ ַחיֶ ה זַ ְרעֹו!‬ ‫משמי מעלה וועט ער‬

‫משּפיע זיין אויף‬ ‫זיינע קינדער‪ַ ,‬אלע‬ ‫׳תומכים ושותפים׳‬

‫ן!‬

‫יִ זְ ּכֹר!‬

‫דיק ווע‬ ‫ט‬ ‫או‬

‫ﬥעכטיגע‬ ‫ברכות‬ ‫און הייליגע‬ ‫השּפעות!‬

‫לָאמיר דערצו זוכה זיין!‬ ‫ֹו ֵנ‬

‫י נוּ‬

‫ק ד י שא‬

‫ר‬

‫במק‬

‫הלו‬

‫ע‬

‫דעם אחריות • די זכי׳ • די השּפעות‬

‫מ‬

‫זכור‬ ‫נזכור!‬

‫מד מרומם וכינ‬ ‫וס נ‬ ‫ע‬ ‫הד‬

‫ֹוד‬

‫ת עם •‬

‫בצ‬ ‫לא‬

‫ָלנוּ ַא ֲה ַב‬ ‫ת ֵאי ָ‬ ‫ּכֹ ר‬ ‫תן ֲ‬ ‫ִי ְז‬ ‫אד‬

‫לבנים ˙זכור‬

‫תלמידים הקרויים בנים • במורשת צדיק מתקשרים‬ ‫להצלת בנים של מקום‬

‫סעו„˙ הילול‡ רב˙י‬

‫חסד לאברהם • מעמד לבנים תזכור • סעודת הילולא רבתי‬

‫של כ״ק מרן רבינו הקוה״ט זצוק״ל‬ ‫בראשות עט״ר כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א‬

‫ער‬ ‫בר‬

‫לפ‬

‫בראשות כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א מסקולען‬

‫אש‬

‫ח ו ד ש אל ו ל ת‬

‫שע‬

‫״ח‬

‫״ק‬

‫ה׳ ראה • אולם ווילחאוויץ • מאנסי‬


‫ת ֵאי ָ‬ ‫תן ֲ‬ ‫אד‬

‫י נוּ‬

‫ר‬

‫מ‬

‫ע‬

‫וֹד‬

‫מד מרומם וכינו‬ ‫סנ‬ ‫ע‬ ‫הד‬

‫וֹ ֵנ‬

‫ּכֹ ר‬ ‫ִי ְז‬

‫ָלנוּ אַ ֲה ַב‬

‫מבצרי הצלה רוחניים‬

‫לבנים תזכור‬

‫תלמידים הקרויים בנים • במורשת צדיק מתקשרים‬ ‫להצלת בנים של מקום‬

‫סעודת הילולא רבתי‬ ‫של כ״ק מרן רבינו הקוה״ט זצוק״ל‬ ‫בראשות עט״ר כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א‬

‫מוסדות חסד לאברהם בארה''ק‬ ‫נתייסדה ע"י מרן הרה"ק מסקולען זצ"ל‬ ‫בנשיאות כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר מסקולען שליט"א‬

‫אל מעלת כבוד ידידינו היקר והנעלה שיחי׳‬ ‫הננו‪ ‬בזה‪ ‬להזמין‪ ‬מעלת‪ ‬כבודו‪ ‬לבוא‪ ‬לבוא‪ ‬ולהתעלס‪ ‬יחד‪ ‬באהבים‪ ‬‬

‫למיתב בצלא דמהימנותא עלאה‬ ‫בהתאסף‪ ‬ראשי‪ ‬עם‪ ‬יחד‪ ‬שבטי‪ ‬ישראל‪ ‬אצל‪ ‬‬

‫ער‬

‫בר‬

‫״ק‬

‫לפ‬

‫אש‬

‫ח ו ד ש אל ו ל ת‬

‫שע‬

‫״ח‬

‫ר״י זְ ִ‬ ‫ז ֹוכ ֵ מר ֹות‬ ‫מקהלת משוררי בית סקולען ובראשם המנגן הנפלא‬ ‫מוה״ר יששכר גוטמאן הי״ו‬

‫מאוצר הנפלא לבית סקולען‬

‫בניגונים‪ ‬עתיקים‪ ‬המרגישים‪ ‬את‪ ‬לבבות‪ ‬השומעים‪ ,‬‬ ‫‪ ‬‬ ‫שחיברם‪ ‬מרן‪  ‬רבינו‪ ‬הקוה״ט‪ ‬זי״ע‪ ‬בעל‪ ‬ההילולא‬

‫ְ ּב ַא ֲהבָ ה זָ כַ ְ‬ ‫ר״ ָּת‬ ‫בהתאסף תלמידים קרויים בנים יזכו לשמוע‬

‫זכרונות נעימים‪ ,‬מימי קדם‪ ,‬ממקורבים חשובים‬ ‫אשר‪ ‬זכו‪ ‬להתקרב‪ ‬אל‪ ‬הקודש‪ ‬בצלא‪ ‬דמהימנותא‪ ‬רביה״ק‪ ‬זי״ע‬

‫כ ֵרנ״ ּו ְ ּבזִ ָּכר‬ ‫ָז ְ‬

‫ֹון‬ ‫ט ֹוב‬

‫הזדמנות נפלאה!‬

‫הכינוס הגדול והמפואר‬

‫מעמד לבנים תזכור‬ ‫במקהלות חסידים‪ ,‬תלמידים קרויים בני״ם‬

‫למען הצלת בני״ו של מקום‬

‫בתוככי מבצר הקודש ״חסד לאברהם״ בארה״ק‬ ‫שתתקיים ברוב פאר והדר ביחד עם‬

‫סעודת הילולא רבתי‬

‫של אבינו רועינו מרן רבינו הקוה״ט זי״ע מסקולען‬ ‫בראשות הוד עטרת ראשינו‬

‫כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א‬ ‫שיתקיים בעז״ה במקהלות עם רב‬

‫יום ה׳ ראה‪ ,‬ערב ר״ח אלול‬ ‫באולם ווילחאוויץ‬

‫‪230 Maple Ave, Spring Valley, NY‬‬

‫בשעה ‪ 8:30‬בדיוק‬

‫נדיבים‪ ‬הנכבדים‪ ‬יכלו‪ ‬לכתוב‬ ‫אשר ימסרו העסקנים לפני ברהמ״ז לי״ק‬

‫נינ ּו‬ ‫ֵ‬

‫שימסר לי''ק כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א‬ ‫להניח אצל הציון הק׳ בעצם יומא דהילולא‬

‫ע‬ ‫ֹוד‬

‫ישועות קוויטל‬

‫ּכֹ״ר ָלנ ּו ַא ֲה ַבת ֵאי‬ ‫ִי ְז‬

‫ָ‬ ‫תן ֲא‬ ‫ד ֹו‬

‫להתפלל בעדיכם בתפלת צדיק ב״ן צדיק!‬

‫מיוחד להשותפים לכה״פ בסכום ‪ $360‬ולמעלה‬

‫‪ ‬‬ ‫במקהלות‪ ‬תלמידים‪ ‬וחסידים‪ ,‬זכו״ר‪ ‬א״ב‪ ‬נמשך‪ ‬אחריך‪ ‬כמים‪ ,‬‬ ‫על‪ ‬זה‪ ‬מסר‪ ‬נפשו‪ ‬אבינו‪ ‬רועינו‪ ‬כל‪ ‬הימים‪ ,‬בדם‪ ‬לבבו‪ ‬ושארית‪ ‬כוחותיו‪ ‬‬ ‫‪ ‬להצלת‪ ‬הבני״ם‪ ,‬שגלו‪ ‬משלחן‪ ‬אביהם‪ ,‬‬

‫ָ‬ ‫ַמ ַען ִיי ַטב ְלך ּו ְל ָ‬ ‫ב‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫נ‬ ‫י‬ ‫״ך ָ‬ ‫ְל‬

‫ובכן כולנו בני״ו החביבים‪ ,‬נשתתף להיות עמו ״שותפים״‬ ‫נאמנים‪ ,‬ועי״ז יזכו״ר אותנו לטובה לפעול דבר ישועה ורחמים!‬

‫כל‪ ‬הנדיבים‪ ‬יזכו‪ ‬בעז״ה‪ ‬לקבל‬

‫גדול יהי׳ תפארת המעמד‪ ,‬מתוך התעלות ועונג רוחני!‬

‫סגולה מיוחדת‬

‫של כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר עט״ר שליט״א‬

‫המחכים לקבל פניו בכבוד ויקר‬

‫הנהלת המוסדות‬


‫ישועות!‬ ‫ברכת הבנים‪:‬‬

‫פאר זיך און די ׳קינדער׳‬ ‫ַ‬

‫‪360‬‬ ‫און העכער‬

‫‪$‬‬

‫׳ן ּפל ַאץ‬ ‫ויפ‬ ‫א‬

‫די חשו‬ ‫ב׳ע‬ ‫תו‬

‫ים וועלכע שליסן‬ ‫ז‬ ‫י‬ ‫ך‬ ‫מכ‬ ‫ָאן‬

‫וועלן קענען שרייבן און איבערגעבן די‬

‫ישועות‬ ‫קוויטﬥ‬

‫מד מרומם וכינו‬ ‫סנ‬ ‫ע‬ ‫הד‬

‫ע‬

‫ק ד י שא‬

‫חסד לאברהם • מעמד לבנים תזכור • סעודת הילולא רבתי‬

‫ה׳ ראה • אולם ווילחאוויץ • מאנסי‬

‫לבנים תזכור‬

‫תלמידים הקרויים בנים • במורשת צדיק מתקשרים‬ ‫להצלת בנים של מקום‬

‫סעודת הילולא רבתי‬ ‫של כ״ק מרן רבינו הקוה״ט זצוק״ל‬ ‫בראשות עט״ר כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א‬

‫ער‬ ‫בר‬

‫בראשות כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א מסקולען‬

‫ר‬

‫דעם אחריות • די זכי׳ • די השּפעות‬

‫ֹו ֵנ‬

‫ּכֹ ר‬ ‫ִי ְז‬

‫ָלנוּ ַא ֲה ַב‬

‫ת ֵאי ָ‬ ‫תן ֲ‬ ‫אד‬

‫י נוּ‬

‫במק‬

‫הלו‬

‫נאכ׳ן מעמד ברוב עם‬ ‫כחצות הלילה תיכף ָ‬

‫מ‬

‫זכור‬ ‫נזכור!‬

‫עלי׳ לציון הקדוש‬

‫ֹוד‬

‫ת עם • בצ‬

‫לא‬

‫דער רבי שליט״א וועט עס אי״ה בענטשן‬ ‫רא ּפלייגן על קברו של אביו הק׳ זי״ע בשעת׳ן‬ ‫און ַא ָ‬

‫״ק‬

‫וַ ֵּי ָע ֶתר לֹו‪:‬‬ ‫ִל ְת ִפ ַ‪‬ת ַצ ִדיק‬ ‫ֶּב״ן ַצ ִדיק!‬

‫כ״ק מרן אדמו״ר שליט״א‬

‫אש‬

‫ח ו ד ש אל ו ל ת‬

‫שע‬

‫לפ‬

‫ר דַארפט‬ ‫אי ישועות‬ ‫ך‬ ‫דָא עס נישט‬ ‫לָאזטיס פון די‬ ‫ו‬ ‫ַארהַאנט!!!‬

‫פאר‬ ‫לאץ׳ ַ‬ ‫וואס וועט ווערן איבערגעגעבן ׳אויפ׳ן ּפ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬

‫״ח‬


‫הזמנה פרטית‬

‫שישי‬ ‫ליל‬ ‫פאר‬ ‫רבי ישעי׳לע‬ ‫מוסדות מעין ישועות‬ ‫רבי ישעי׳לעס גאסט הויז‬

‫טיייערע פריינט‬ ‫עס וועט מיר זיין א כבוד אייער באטייליגונג ביי דעם וויכטיגן מסיבה‬

‫א ליל שישי‬ ‫פאר רבי ישעי׳לע‬

‫צו שטיצן די הייליגע אקטיוויטעטן פון‬

‫מוסדות מעין ישועות ‪ -‬רבי ישעי׳לעס גאסט הויז‬ ‫אין די הייליגע שטאט קערעסטיר יצ״ו‬

‫ליל שישי פ׳ עקב‬ ‫‪Thursday August 2nd‬‬

‫ביי מיר אין שטוב‬

‫‪12 Keltz St. New City, NY 10956‬‬

‫לשובע ולא‬ ‫לרזון כנוסח‬ ‫קערעסטיר‬ ‫ליל שישי‬ ‫זמירות‬ ‫ושירים‬ ‫מעיין ישועות‬ ‫רייכע‬ ‫פרעזענטאציע‬

‫און אין די זכות פון אייער ברייט הארציגע שטיצע וועט די זכות פונעם הייליגן צדיק‬ ‫ביישטיין געהאלפן ווערן מיט אלע מיני ישועות ורפואות‪ ,‬עד ביאת הגואל במהרה‬

‫איך ערווארט דיר צו באגריסן‬

‫מאיר הערש בערגער‬ ‫מענדל ענגעלמאן ‪ -‬יוחנן פליישמאן ‪ -‬אליעזר פארקאש‬ ‫אשר הערצאג ‪ -‬פנחס שלום בערגער‬

‫ג״א מצטעף‪ :‬משה יוסף פריעדלענדער‬


Yeshivah degrees accepted

Masters of Science in

Accounting

Experienced placement advisors on staff

PROGRAM

Partial listing of employers: PWC

Qualify to sit for the CPA exam • Full loans available

EY KPMG Deloitte McGladrey Grant Thornton Eisner Amper

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES:

PLACEMENT -RATE-

CS

P

PROFESSIONAL CAREER SERVICES

A DIVISION OF AGUOATH YISROEL OF AMERICA

MEN 732-905-9700 ext. 665 Yocheved@nj.pcsjobs.org WOMEN 732-367-1500 aps.courses@gmail.com

In conjunction with Fairleigh Dickinson University

Serving New York and New Jersey PCS is sponsored in part by the David Licthenstien and Family Foundation

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