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FREE ISSUE 160 AUGUST 8, 2018

‫פרשת ראה‬ ‫כ”ז אב תשע”ח‬

Soak It and Sprout It Maximizing the health properties of seeds

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Everything Tastes Better with a Pinch of Salt But which variety to use?

FYI:

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Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 160 AUGUST 8, 2018

‫פרשת ראה‬ ‫כ”ז אב תשע”ח‬

Soak It and Sprout It Maximizing the health properties of seeds

Super Hydration

The health benefits of alkaline water

Everything Tastes Better with a Pinch of Salt But which variety to use?

64 // Inbox

FYI:

Salt Mines

Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

D. GORALNIK Content Director:

R. REESE Associate Editor:

E.M. NEIMAN Creative Director:

AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator

R. ITZKOWITZ

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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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78 // Parsha 84 //

Week in Review

88 //

Reb Moishe Spilman, z”l

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Mesorah of Middos

101 // Food 110 //

Grain of Salt

119 //

Ready, Set, Grow!

128 //

What’s in Your Water?

134 //

Living Halacha

138 //

Weather Considerations

144 // Excursions 148 //

FYI

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Yiddish Story

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Comics

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Monsey Trivia

158 //

Fun Pages

162 //

Real Estate

168 // Classifieds 182 // Pictures


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CLARIFYING A CONDITION (Re: No More Groping in the Dark, Issue 159) Thank you to The Monsey View for bringing awareness about visual impairments and especially Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI). CVI is the leading cause of blindness in the U.S., but doctors are still treating it as an ocular blindness, which it is not. I cannot even count how many times people have asked me about my son, “What does that mean — his eyes are healthy but he can’t see?” There is a support group for parents of children with CVI that has been extremely helpful. I can be contacted through The Monsey View. A CVI Mommy

Being the mother of a visually impaired child, I was so happy to see vision as the feature topic this week. There’s one thing I’d like to add. My child is blind, not deaf. There is no need to talk way louder to her than you would talk to me. It is degrading to her and to the rest of the family. Anonymous

A STORY THAT RESONATED (Re: More Than Meets the Eye, Issue 159) Thank you so much for your beautiful magazine. It is so informative and interesting. M&S SHOE REPAIR

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The beautiful story by B. Cohen is extremely similar to my son’s story. Baruch Hashem, my son is now able to read and is even learning Chumash! I’d like to share a poem that I wrote during our saga. I can be contacted through The Monsey View. My cherished baby How I yearn To peek out of your eyes For a fleeting moment.

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What can you see? Are you able to observe the faces Of those who adore you? Will you ever fully experience The sky brightening up a day, How radiantly the sun shines When its rays rest upon your cheeks? Will you yet behold A majestic sunset A breathtaking waterfall A scarlet rose? Or is the doctors’ diagnosis true? Are walls of oppressive blackness Surrounding you, G-d forbid? Are shades of gray merging With blurriness before you? Rivers of despair Mingled with hope. Can you discern them in my eyes As I caress your cherubic face And embrace you oh-so-tight, My angelic bundle of joy? We’ll prove the doctors wrong They will yet perceive Who is truly in control Of your vision, little one. Your pure and holy eyes Windows to your untainted soul, Meticulously, I sheltered them From impure sights. They will yet pour over the Gemara. We trust in Hashem, We’ll fortify our bitachon During this excruciatingly trying period While we wait for test results.


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RE: FINALLY A REMEDY (Inbox, Issue 157) I’d like to thank Ruchy Reese and her Skin Healing Gemach for her help and guidance when my daughter had a severe poison ivy reaction on her face. Knowing the dangers of cortisone creams, we wanted to avoid them at all costs. Thanks to a letter-writer in your Inbox, we received information about a skin wash called Zanfel. It is pricey, at $40 for a small tube, but worth every penny. It provided instant itch-/burn-relief that lasted a few hours until the next wash. Zanfel is available at most pharmacies. D.R.

PROTECT THEIR HEADS While the summer weather is so inviting and all of our children are riding their bikes outside, I want to remind everyone about the importance of wearing a helmet. Even the most experienced riders can get hurt; that’s what happened with my nephew. At 16 years old, he’s an experienced bike rider, but one day last week, he hit a bump or a stick or something else and flipped over the handlebars. He landed on his head and totally demolished his helmet. His head? Well, let’s just say it’s a miracle he’s still alive. Parents, don’t let your kids ride without a helmet, even when “it’s just up and down the sidewalk,” because accidents can happen there as well! Wishing everyone a healthy summer and a beautiful new year. A Worried Mother

RE: BACK-TO-SCHOOL BRAINSTORM (Inbox, Issue 159) Providing my young students with school supplies/folders/notebooks is exactly what I do at the start of the school year. The (lower elementary– grade) children in the school where I teach are sent home with a letter of introduction and a request for a certain amount of school supply money; the letter clearly states what the children will be receiving and how we will deal with the loss of any of the objects. Although each child receives the exact same type of item, I do try to vary the designs, colors and patterns. Individuality is a wonderful thing, but left to their own devices, many children would tote their entire eraser collection to school and forget about the single pencil, or would proudly display a box full of cartoon character–topped pencils with-

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suffered if I were not here? Thankfully, there is a clear answer to these very normal questions and feelings, and the answer is a resounding YES. It says in this week’s parsha, “Re’eh anochi nosein lifneichem hayom bracha uklala — See, I set before you today a blessing and a curse” (Devarim 11:26). The Kli Yakar says that when Moshe Rabbeinu says, “Re’eh — See,” it is in the language of addressing an individual, while when Moshe says, “lifneichem — before you,” it is in the language of addressing a group. He goes on to explain that this is in keeping with what Chazal say, that a person should imagine that the world is equally balanced between mitzvos and aveiros. If he were to perform one mitzvah, it would tip the balance of the world to the side of mitzvos, whereas if he were to do the opposite, chas v’shalom, it would have the opposite effect. This is not just a flight of fancy for our imaginations. Each and every one of us has, in a very real sense, the world in our hands. We each have the power to tip the balance of the world for good. The choice is there before us at all times. A blessing or a curse? Good or bad? Life or death? Likewise, it says in Parshas Nitzavim, “I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. Choose life…” (Devarim 30:19). The Torah enjoins us, “Choose life.” It is a choice we must make ourselves. We must choose life and choose bracha; we must turn away from the curse and from death. Every choice we make, big or small, moves us toward one of these extremes. Make a bracha. Daven. Refrain from speaking unkindly about someone — or, especially, to someone. Give tzedakah. Give someone a ride. Look at the world around you, and you will see the power that you possess. A stone cannot move the balance of the world toward good or bad. A stick cannot help or hurt anyone on its own. A cloud has no bechirah and can make no impact on the world and its destiny. But you can. This is a gift and a treasure, and an awesome responsibility. Hashem has not given this gift to just anyone. He gave it to you. Use it wisely.


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Ramapo PD Joins In Statewide Speeding Crackdown Police officers were out in force this past week with their ticket books in hand, looking for law-breakers as part of a statewide effort to enforce posted speed limits as a way of reducing fatal accidents on area roadways. The Town of Ramapo Police Department was one of many agencies to participate in the effort, which ran from August 1 through August 7.

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In fact, if this system isn't kept in check it will override all our rational thinking all together. The system that I am referring to is the emotional system.

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If the difference between long-term success and long-term failure is the difference between wanting to do something vs should be doing something then; The ultimate question is how do you change the way you feel. The first place to start is to notice when you find yourself saying you “should” and change the word to “want”. The words that you use are what you think. It may not be on a conscious level but they are there. “Should” is a word of judgment. Judgment, done without the utmost care, isn't productive. When you feel judged you have the tendency to want to defend yourselves. You feel under attacked and now you need to protect yourself. The way you protect yourself is by rationalizing the actions that you are being scrutinized for.

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“There are four types among people: One who says, ‘What is mine is mine, and what is yours is yours.’ This is the middle way, but others say this is the trait of Sodom. One who says, ‘What is mine is yours, and what is yours is mine’ is an ignoramus. One who says, ‘What is mine is yours, and what is yours is yours’ is a chassid. And one who says, ‘What is mine is mine, and what is yours is mine’ is wicked.” (Avos 5:13) THE MISHNAH IS VERY CLEAR about the last three types of people that are listed. However, why are those who say “What’s mine is mine, and what’s yours and yours” considered by some to be practicing the ways of Sodom? What was so terrible about the ways of Sodom? Why could Hashem not bear their behavior? Why did they receive such an unusual punishment — a fiery rain that burned everything and a land that was turned over, so that there would remain no memory of them at all? Chazal offer many explanations regarding the rishus of the inhabitants of Sodom and explain why their actions put them in the category of being harasha (wicked). We know that the main trait in Sodom was achzarius — the opposite of middas harachamim, without which we know the world cannot exist. In fact, just before Hashem punished Sodom, Avraham Avinu displayed middas harachamim when he acted so differ-

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ently from Sodom residents and prayed that the city be saved. He was, in every way, the perfect example of “what is mine is yours, and what is yours is yours,” and ultimately, his caring and prayers saved Lot. With Tisha B’Av still fresh in our memories, let us not forget why we are still in galus. So many seforim tell us that the cause of the destruction was sinas chinam. The seforim write that every generation during which the Beis Hamikdash is not rebuilt is as though it was burned anew. Maybe it’s time for us to really look into ourselves and better understand what traits we need to improve so that we can eradicate all traces of sinas chinam from our hearts. The meforshim explain that the word “achzar” is made up of two words: ach zar — a stranger. Middas achzarius results from feeling that another person is a stranger to us, that he doesn’t really matter, and when we feel this way about someone, we can get to a point of behaving in a cruel manner toward the person. Maharil Diskin explains that Hashem created the world so that He can give. Therefore, we can better understand Chazal’s teaching that a person must believe with full emunah that “Bishvili nivra ha’olam — the world was created for me.” This world was created for me, but our true purpose, and how we can best emulate Hashem, is by using our time and resources to care for others. The Nesivos Sholom told his close student that in the most difficult times, like when the terrorists attack and everyone runs to bomb shelters, the essence of a person becomes evident. Some people are busy making sure they have the best place to stay and that they have all the food and drinks they need. Only a few are concerned about others, to help them feel comfortable and make sure they have everything they need. And one who is busy with others at such a difficult time is a real “chashuve Yid.” He is someone for whom Hashem created this world. In this mishnah, the Tanna teaches us to take personal inventory of our deeds and assess where we are really standing. If we realize that we live with the words of “what is mine is mine, and what is yours is yours,” then this is a middle way for now and we have the potential to grow and change. However, if we plan to stay this way for the rest of our lives and don’t intend to make an effort to give to others, then we should know that it’s the trait of Sodom. Of course, we don’t want to build another Sodom, but rather, we should make a commitment to live like Avraham Avinu, a true tzaddik who truly lived according to the words of “what is mine is yours, and what is yours is yours.” Rabbi Dovid Steiman specializes in the chinuch of today’s bachurim, enabling them to become their very best selves.

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By: Ruchi from @Cookstas Photo Credit: DESIGNY | 845-232-1380 | @designy_photo Raise your hand if you like slaving over the stove when it’s 90 degrees outside. You’re not the only one whose hand isn’t up in the air. That’s why I’m going to share these amazingly simple barbecue ideas for those days when you just can’t tolerate the heat of the kitchen.

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Garlic Herb Beef Burgers There’s nothing like a juicy burger seasoned with an array of tasty condiments in a lightly toasted hamburger bun. Especially when you know that your burger contains only the freshest ingredients and no unidentifiable fillers. Follow the technique to get uniformly sized burgers every time.

DIRECTIONS INGREDIENTS 2 lbs. ground beef 1 medium onion, diced 2 eggs ½ cup flavored bread (or corn flake) crumbs 1 tsp. whole-grain mustard (or regular) 3 cloves garlic, crushed Handful of fresh basil leaves, chopped ¼ tsp. dried basil ¼ tsp. dried oregano ¼ tsp. kosher salt ¼ tsp. freshly ground black pepper

1. In a large bowl, combine all ingredients and mix, ensuring that they are well incorporated. 2. Wrap a container cover (that’s approximately 4 inches in diameter and ¾ inch tall — I use the cover of a Kirkland nuts container) with a square of plastic wrap about 12 inches long. 3. Cut parchment paper into approximately 5-inch squares. You will need between 10 and 12 squares. 4. Pack a handful of the meat mixture into the plastic-lined cover and press down. Remove the plastic wrap and flip the burger onto a parchment square. Top with another parchment square. Repeat until all the meat is used up, totaling about 10 burgers. Freeze until ready to use. 5. Thaw just until you are able to separate the individual burgers. Grill on an outdoor grill or covered grill pan for 5–7 minutes on each side or until cooked through. Place the cooked burger into a bun and add veggies such as lettuce, spinach leaves, pickles, tomatoes and grilled onion. I like to apply a simple dressing for added flavor: Mix ½ cup mayonnaise with ½ T. garlic powder and ¼ cup barbecue sauce. Add ½ tsp. sriracha sauce if you like it hot.

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Baked French Fry Duo Bake these in the oven while you’re outdoors, and then pop them onto the barbecue when you’re ready to serve dinner. Using sweet potatoes as well as traditional Idaho potatoes lets you enjoy both flavors in a unique dish.

INGREDIENTS 2 long, large sweet potatoes, unpeeled 2 Idaho potatoes, unpeeled ¼ cup oil (I prefer melted coconut oil) 1 tsp. balsamic vinegar 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. garlic powder ½ tsp. parsley flakes ½ tsp. paprika Pinch freshly ground black pepper Sea salt for sprinkling

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DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 400°. 2. Scrub the potatoes with a brush under running water. Cut into thin french fries and place into a large Ziploc bag. 3. In a small bowl, mix the remaining ingredients besides the sea salt. Pour the mixture into the bag of potatoes, seal and shake to combine. 4. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and lay the potatoes down in a single layer. Bake uncovered for 30–45 minutes. At this point you can either continue baking them so they become crispier or you may transfer them to a barbecue mat or pan and place directly on the grill at a low temperature for several minutes. This will give the fries a barbecue flavor and crispiness. 5. Sprinkle the sea salt just before serving.


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Grilled Chicken Skewers This recipe yields soft and succulent chicken tenders spiced and grilled to perfection. They can be threaded onto a skewer for a fun appetizer or Shabbos day seudah addition. Serve them hot or cold (or in between!) and they’ll always taste delicious!

INGREDIENTS 1 lb. chicken strips (or tenders) ¼ cup oil 1 tsp. soy sauce 1 tsp. mustard ½ tsp. lemon juice 1 T. garlic powder 1 tsp. salt ½ tsp. dried basil ½ tsp. paprika Pinch of black pepper

DIRECTIONS 1. Place all the ingredients into a Ziploc bag and let marinate for 1 hour. If marinating for more than a few hours, omit the lemon juice. You may also freeze the chicken in the marinade and thaw before grilling. 2. Preheat a gas grill or grill pan to high and add the chicken strips. Cook for 5–8 minutes (covered if using a grill pan), flipping midway. 3. Stick a bamboo skewer or any decorative skewer lengthwise into each chicken strip and serve. These may be refrigerated on a plate covered tightly with plastic wrap. They’ll stay soft even overnight.

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Did you ever think of salt as being the only rock we can actually consume? And boy, do we ever consume it! Salt is in a cabinet in every one of your kitchens, and it’s not surprising that literally every food you eat contains some measure of salt. While the average person consumes about 3,400 milligrams of sodium a day (that’s almost one and three quarter teaspoons), the actual daily limit, as recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, is less than 2,300 mg of sodium. So why are we constantly dining on foods with unhealthy amounts of sodium? The answer is simple: Salt makes everything taste better! Salt is quite a miraculous thing. Not only does it season your food to unimaginable greatness, but it actually helps “market” your food. Salt has the power to unwind the tight DNA structures of proteins found in food, enabling its aromas to fill the air. Aside from that, bitter foods can also be toned down by adding salt because it suppresses our perception of bitterness, while other tastes like sweet and sour are balanced by the addition of salt (think salted caramel and a classic vinaigrette). Salt is also a key component in the drying out and preservation of certain foods. Ever wondered why dried salami is loaded with salt (and why they have it hanging in room temperature)? Or why many recipes that use eggplant require you to sprinkle it first with salt and then to let it drain? The salting science works like this: Water from the inside of the food flows through the cell walls toward the salt, and this makes the vegetable or meat drier. So when a butcher cures deli meat with salt, the water is drawn out and evaporated by circulating air, and the meat becomes dry. Dry meat is not a friendly place for mold and bacteria, which is why you can pack dried salami for a trip and ditch the cooler. In the case of the eggplant, the dryer vegetable will result in a crispy, non-soggy parmesan. You can clearly see how salt affects our foods in various ways. And while the culinarily curious among you may have some questions about what I just wrote, there’s one thing you’re probably all wondering: What’s the deal with the different types of salt? How many varieties of salt am I supposed to have a relationship with? Why are they all different colors? Let’s discuss the ins and outs of the various kinds of salt you’ll typically find in most kitchens.

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Sea Salt Sea salt is a natural salt that is harvested from evaporated seawater. It’s unrefined and sold as coarse grains of salt that are not pure white like table salt. They come in colors ranging from white to pink to red to brown, depending on where they have been sourced. Sometimes the bottle of salt will even feature a grinder mechanism on top so you can freshly grind your salt straight onto your food! Since sea salt hasn’t been stripped of minerals like zinc, potassium and iron, it will certainly taste more complex than table salt. The reason sea salt is considered a healthy salt is because it alkalizes your body, helps to prevent muscle cramps, regulates sleep, balances blood sugar, increases energy, balances electrolytes and regulates blood pressure (when combined with sufficient water and potassium).

Table Salt The reason it’s called table salt is because it belongs on your table. In a salt shaker, to be precise. Though it’s a processed, manufactured salt, it still offers culinary benefits. Table salt is made by heating naturally occurring salt to 1200° F, which strips the salt of some of its important minerals. Still, table salt earns its fame because of its ability to flow smoothly, as from a salt shaker. Anticaking agents are added during processing to prevent the salt from clumping and making it hard to pour. This also causes the salt to become very dense, which is why you need to use less of it for cooking and baking.

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Himalayan Sea Salt One of the more famous types of sea salt is Himalayan sea salt. It’s that attractive-looking pink one you often notice on the supermarket shelves before Pesach. It’s actually one of its minerals, iron oxide (also known as rust), that gives it its trademark pink hue, though it may also be different shades of white or red. Can you imagine that one salt can boast 84 natural minerals and elements that are found in the human body? No wonder it is used widely in the kitchen… and in spa treatments! Still, there is no scientific evidence that this salt is healthier than other sea salts.


Has your doctor ever told you to limit your sodium intake because of a medical condition? Here are some low-sodium hacks to get your health back on track: • Substitute unsalted matzah for bread or challah. Now you can enjoy more than one slice!

Iodized Salt This is the same as table salt, but with added iodine. Iodine is one of the aforementioned minerals that are destroyed while refining table salt. Back in the day, scientists found a correlation between iodine deficiency and preventable mental retardation. So in 1924 salt manufacturers began to add a synthetic form of iodine back into the salt. Studies have shown that since that time, people have become smarter, as proven by the rise in national IQ levels!

• Preparing salmon for Shabbos? Don’t add salt — drizzle lemon juice, olive oil and saltfree fish seasoning for a delectable dish. • Avoid cured meats — now you know why they’re so salty! • Cut out commercial soups at all costs, especially the instant ones. These have more salt than you can imagine. Make your own soup and be mindful when seasoning. • Use sea salt versus table salt for less sodium per spoon. • Always ask your doctor if salt substitutes are safe for you to use since they are contraindicated with certain medications. • Last but not least, if you succumb to a salty temptation, grab a banana or other potassium-rich food to minimize the damage.

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Kosher Salt We all love this one, don’t we? Because it actually sounds Jewish! This salt isn’t called kosher because of its certification (there are, in fact, some types without certification), but because of its involvement in the kashering process. As explained earlier, water helps draw the moisture from meat. After shechitah, salt is used to help remove the blood from the animal. That’s great for the slaughterhouses, but how is it of practical use to us kitchen folks? Since it’s much coarser and “pinchable” than table salt, you can more easily control how much of it goes into your food when seasoning, and it’s less likely you’ll over-salt your dish.


Which to choose and how to use Here’s a general idea of which salts are used for which purposes, but most salts are interchangeable in typical seasoning situations. Sea salt is expensive and therefore not a go-to seasoning for many people, but it definitely uplifts your dish as a garnish. I always sprinkle sea salt on top of my chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies before baking. The mild saltiness complements the sweet cookie perfectly and results in an explosion of flavor. I also use it to season my vegetables before roasting.

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The Power of the Sprout

Remember trying to grow your very own beanstalk as a child? It started off as a bean on a damp paper towel, and over the next few days, you observed the unassuming bean grow into something alive and green. And you dared to hope that the stalk would grow until the sky (or at the very least, that it would produce some home-grown beans, which somehow never materialized‌). Well, the experience may not have a place of honor on your gardening resume, but it was actually a great intro to the amazing science of sprouting!

Sprouting is a method of germinating seeds — be they grains, nuts, beans or other kinds of seeds — to make them easier to digest and allow the body to access their full nutritional value. The main benefit of sprouting is that it decreases anti-nutrients. Anti-nutrients occur naturally in plant seeds, and while they execute an important function in the growth of the plant, they interfere with digestion and absorption of vitamins and minerals when consumed. One of the most well-known and problematic anti-nutrients, phytic acid, locks up important vitamins and minerals in the body, creating a host of deficiencies. Phytic acid also restrains digestive enzymes from doing their job properly, causing digestive discomfort and upset. Another problem with anti-nutrients is that once consumed, they can create a negative reaction in the gut and trigger autoimmune responses. This is one of the reasons why many people react badly to eating most grains and breads. In addition to the amazing benefits of greatly reducing these anti-nutrients and increasing the absorption of vitamin B12, iron, magnesium and zinc in the body, there is so much more sprouting has to offer. For instance, it also: ADDS ENZYMES. Eating grains, beans, nuts and seeds may cause indigestion and inflammation. Sprouting unlocks beneficial enzymes to make it easier on the digestive system. This process also breaks down complex sugars and starches, thus making grains, especially, more digestible. INCREASES PROTEIN. Proteins and their amino acids can become more concentrated and absorbable in sprouted foods. While the concentration of different proteins in sprouted foods seems to vary, most

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studies indicate that proteins become more digestible when the seeds are sprouted. INCREASES FIBER CONTENT. Several studies have found that when seeds are sprouted, their fiber content not only increases, but also becomes more accessible for the body. BREAKS DOWN GLUTEN IN GRAINS. Although grains will not become “gluten-free” by sprouting, experiments have proven that sprouting decreases gluten proteins substantially, making it ideal even for those with slight gluten sensitivities.

Sprout it Out! Okay, you’re convinced and ready to give it a try. Good news! Sprouting is a simple process that can be easily done at home with minimal supplies: • YOUR FAVORITE NUTS, SEEDS, BEANS OR GRAINS. For sprouting, always start with raw seeds (not roasted, blanched or otherwise prepared) and preferably those of organic plants. Many conventional seeds, beans and grains have been pasteurized and irradiated and they will usually not sprout. • LARGE JAR. A Mason (Ball) jar is a very popular and convenient choice. • A BREATHABLE TOP. Specialized sprouting screen closures for Mason jars can be found in housewares stores, but a cheesecloth or mesh fabric secured with a rubber band can work just as well. Got all the supplies? Let’s start! • Place the seeds of your choice into the jar, and cover it with several inches of water. Let it soak for 5–48 hours (depending on its type; refer to the chart). If the type of seed you’re soaking requires more than 12 hours of sitting time, rinse the grains, nuts, seeds or beans every 12 hours and change the water. Notice how much they have expanded at this point! And they’ll be drinking lots of water… • After the initial soaking process, some of the grains, nuts, beans or seeds may be ready for use as snacking (requires drying) or to further cook as a nourishing meal. To continue sprouting them, strain and rinse the contents of the jar, and place the jar on its side or at an angle on the countertop. They are now nice and moist, exposed to air, and… starting to grow little tails! Leave them out for the amount of time specified by the chart below. Every day, as long as they’re sprouting, rinse and drain them well, putting the jar back on its side to

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continue the sprouting session. Their tails will grow from 1/8 inch to 2 inches long. When ready, rinse sprouts well, drain and store in the fridge for 4 to 5 days. • Besides for growing tails, most shells will come off in the process. These will usually rise to the top when the jar contents are dunked in a bowl of water and can be discarded. The delicious sprouts are now ready to be consumed cooked or raw as a snack, sprinkled over a salad, eaten with the main course or used in recipes such as granola. They can even be ground into flours to make sprouted baked goods like the popular Ezekiel bread! A special note must be made for certain mucilaginous seeds,

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Isn’t water just water? We always hear that drinking water and staying hydrated is essential, but many don’t take this seriously. Is drinking water really that important? We live in a generation with many health issues, illnesses and diseases. It seems that not a day passes in which we do not get a message to daven for the refuah sheleimah of this person or that person, r”l. It’s terrifying. Of course, we know that Hashem runs the world and there’s no doubt that it’s all in His plan, but according to derech hateva (the ways of the world), many experts say that some of the top reasons why people get sick are: 1. PREMATURE AGING: People are aging faster than their actual age. 2. ACIDOSIS​: People’s bodies are very acidic. 3. DEHYDRATION: People are not hydrated sufficiently. So what’s the connection between drinking water and the three above causes of sickness? The average person is made up of up to 65 percent water. The water that a person drinks becomes the water and makeup of their very body. With this understanding, we begin to see how drinking the right type of

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water can help a person stay healthy. Let’s take it a step further by switching gears for a moment and talking about antioxidants​, that famous word we see on labels and supplements. What are they exactly? Before we understand what antioxidants are, let’s explore the word oxidation​. A simple way of understanding oxidation is when a cut apple turns yellow or metal rusts. In plain terms, oxidation is the process of aging. Guess what else oxidizes? We people do. And some people oxidize faster than their actual age because of their lifestyle: what they eat, what they inhale, their stress levels, etc. Generally speaking, the older a person gets or the faster they age, the higher the chances are that they will become sick. Now that we have established oxidation as the process of aging, we can understand what antioxidants do. While they don’t halt or reverse the aging process, they do slow it down. Which foods are loaded with antioxidants? Mostly raw foods like fruits, vegetables, berries and greenery. Many times, when you take a food that is rich in antioxidants and cook, heat or process it, the antioxidants are reduced, as they are often sensitive to high temperature. Since as a society, most of what we eat is cooked and processed and not in their natural, raw forms, we are not getting enough antioxidants in our bod-


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than 7 is alkaline. A person should be slightly alkaline, especially a healthy person. Dr. Otto Heinrich Warburg won the Nobel Prize in 1931 for discovering the root cause of cancer. He discovered that cancerous tissue and cells can only live, thrive and exist in an acidic environment. Cancer cells cannot live in an alkaline setting​. This is a terrifying discovery, especially for today’s generation, because as a society, most of what people nowadays eat and drink make a person’s body very acidic. Emotional stress is another factor that causes a person to be more acidic. And when a body is acidic, it’s an open door for all types of health issues, especially the big one. So it’s obvious what to avoid: most bottled waters, sports drinks, seltzers and sodas, which are all acidic. Most natural water, untouched and unprocessed by man, is alkaline, just like Kangen water. Kangen water makes three levels of alkaline water: pH 8.5, pH 8.0 and pH 9.5. The third main reason that people get sick is dehydration​. Not only are people not drinking enough water, but they also are not drinking the right type of water. As we know, water is made up of molecules, which are grouped together in clusters. Most bottled, tap and filtered water have large cluster sizes and don’t get absorbed effectively. The cluster sizes of natural water that is unprocessed by man are so much smaller, and this water gets absorbed into our bodies quickly and efficiently, and as a result, the water hydrates us properly. Kangen water’s molecular structure is very small and promotes rapid absorption. So it’s clear that drinking water with high levels of antioxidants, with alkaline and with small molecular struc-


you cook and drink with is much easier and very beneficial. Shimon KolYakov is a hydration specialist and an active distributor of Kangen Water and has a passion for educating families about the importance of drinking and cooking with the right water. Kangen Water helps with weight loss, acid reflux, increasing energy, better sleep, easier

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Kangen Water What’s the lifespan of a Kangen system? Since the Kangen system is licenced and registered as a medical device in Japan, it’s built at the highest level of quality and has an expected life of 20 to 25 years! Can I take your system with me when I move to a new residence? The Kangen water is system is extremely portable and can be moved very easily. Many families actually take it with them to the country for the summer. Do I have to ask my landlord before installing a Kangen filter? Since the Kangen system is not a permanent installation and no type of drilling is required, it should not be any issue with landlords. Where does the system get stored? The Kangen system can go either on the counter or beneath it. How long will water from your system remain alkalized? After the water is created by the Kangen System, it begins to immediately oxidize and slowly begins to lose its properties. It’s most effective within 48 hours.

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Does the water retain its health properties when cooked? From the three properties that make Kangen Water so special and effective (antioxidants, alkalinity and fast absorption), only the antioxidants get destroyed by cooking. Its alkaline and fast-absorption properties stay intact. Is alkaline water safe to drink with medication? It is safe, but since Kangen water is superabsorbent, it can dissolve medication much faster than the medication is intended to be dissolved (as in the case of time-release medication). Therefore, within 30 minutes before and after taking medication, customers are recommended to push the 7pH Neutral button on the Kangen System and drink that water instead. (This recommendation does not apply to vitamins or supplements.) Can drinking an excess of alkaline water cause problems? With today’s lifestyle, it’s very difficult to be too alkaline. In addition, the repercussions of being too alkaline are nothing compared to the repercussions of being too acidic. The recommended pH levels of drinking and cooking is anywhere from 8.5pH to 9.5pH, and a person should be drinking a minimum of half their body weight in ounces for optimal health. Drink up!

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ture can actually help a person stay, or become, healthy. Of course, eating properly, exercising and not being stressed are extremely important too, but those are much harder to achieve at all times and require significant lifestyle changes that unfortunately many start but fail to maintain. However, changing the water that

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May one use deodorant and perfume on Shabbos? On long, hot summer Shabbos afternoons, deodorant becomes a necessity — but is it muttar? Stick deodorants possibly violate the melachah of memachek or memareach.1 So what should we do? Use spray deodorant! With spray deodorant there is no problem of memachek and memareach.2 However, there may be another problem. The chachamim prohibited infusing something with a new smell on Shabbos because it is somewhat similar to performing melachah.3 But many poskim hold that this prohibition does not apply to spraying the body because the sweat from the body takes away the smell.4 Also, spray deodorant is mainly used to remove bad smell, and not necessarily to give good smell. Practically speaking, the Mishnah Berurah and the Shevet HaLevi rule leniently and allow one to spray the body.5 Spraying perfume or deodorant on clothing, though, is forbidden according to all opinions.6 Even so, one who sprayed his body does not need to worry that the smell will rub onto his clothes, as long as that is not his intent.

May one use bug-repellent spray, mouthwash and air fresheners on Shabbos? An interesting question comes up with bug-repellent sprays. We don’t like the way they smell, but we hate the bugs and the mosquito bites more — so we tolerate the smell. The question here is whether the prohibition of creating smell applies in such a case, where one doesn’t like the smell, but one wants it there nonetheless to repel bugs. Rav Wosner, zt”l, ruled that it has the same din as perfume, since one wants the smell to be there.7 Therefore it would be assur to spray it on clothes, but one who sprays it on the body has many poskim to rely on, as we mentioned before. The poskim also point out that one is allowed to use mouthwash on Shabbos following the ruling of the poskim mentioned above, that there is no problem of creating a smell on the body.8 However, those who water down the mouthwash before using it may run into the problem of infusing the water with the smell of the mouthwash. According to many poskim this is assur, so one should l’chatchilah prepare the mouthwash-water combo before Shabbos.9 If one did not do so, one can certainly rely on Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, zt”l, who said that since one doesn’t intend to give smell to the water, but just wants to dilute the mouthwash, it is permissible.10 Finally, one is allowed to use air fresheners on Shabbos because giving smell to the air doesn’t last too long, and therefore was not part of the gezeirah of creating new smells.11 The purpose of this column is to bring awareness to matters of halacha. As with any halacha-related questions, consult your rav for a psak.

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See Minchas Yitzchak VI 26, which explains at length why that there is also no problem of meleches zoreh. See also Shevet Halevi VI 139.

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Beitza 23a Rashi “dekamolid reicha”; See Mishnah Berurah 511:27, which says it is because it looks like melachah. See Mishna Berurah 658:7, which says it is similar to makeh b’patish.

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See Ginas Veradim, Orach Chaim I 3:16; Ohr Letzion II 36:8 only matirs places on body that are meguleh and Minchas Yitzchak VI 26 suggests that maybe even the Mishnah Berurah only matirs on hands that are askanius. However, others (see for example Ginas Veradim) don’t make this chiluk, and the reason is because sweat causes the smell to go away even in places that are covered and aren’t askanius.

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6 See Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim 511:4; Mishnah Berurah 322:18; see Mishnah Berurah 321:25 for a case where one didn’t have kavanah for it. 7 Kovetz M’Beis Levi VI p. 50; see Orchos Shabbos 21:44, which brings tzedadim lahatir 8 Shevet Halevi I 136; Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah 9

See Shevet Halevi I 136

Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah, perek 14, footnote 102

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See Mishnah Berurah 511:23

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A few years ago, two COMMSAR members did a routine overnight exercise on West Mountain. The temperature during the day was in the 80s, and the following day was slated to be in the 90s. That night, though, gave them a real chill — literally. As the sun dipped, so did the temperature, and then the wind started whipping across the exposed ridge, and our two members had to abandon their hammocks and head for lower ground. Taking wind-chill factor into consideration, they were risking hypothermia in the midst of a heatwave! You can even get hypothermia in Florida. Shocking? Well, people go to the Sunshine State expecting nothing but sunshine, but swimming in water that is cooler than one’s body temperature will keep on cooling off the body more and more. If we fail to exit the water in time (or are caught in a prolonged downpour), hypothermia can set in. The moral? Take weather seriously. When dealing with the outdoors, consideration of weather is of utmost importance. In our daily lives we are typically only interested in knowing the chance of precipitation (rain) and the temperature. In the backcountry we work with terms such as flash flood; wind speed, direction and gusts; lightning; sky cover; rain amount over time span; and heat index. Not to mention water-related weather terms such as tide fluctuations and rip currents. In this article we’ll touch on just a few. Word to the wise: If you’re not familiar with all of these terms, then cancel your hike next time there is but a chance of rain or extreme heat. MOUNTAIN WEATHER: Realize that a mountain

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COMMSAR has a diverse team of professionals, including a NYS Department of Environmental Conservation–licensed outdoor guide who shared the following weather tidbits based on traditional folklore:

produces its own weather system! (Clouds over 3,000 feet up can rain out because of a mountain that only rises 1,500 feet. Air gets pushed upward, which pushes more air up, which brings the cloud into a higher, colder layer with lower air pressure, which makes it condense). As such, it is difficult to accurately predict weather in high altitudes. When doing a serious backcountry hike, always carry spare raingear in your backpack. STORM: If the temperature turns sour on your picnic, it may produce a frown, but you’ll move on. If you’re stuck 3 miles into a trail, however, it can become dangerous. The best thing you can do if caught in a storm is to find shelter and ride it out. There are plenty of natural rock formations in the woods that create shelter. Carry a contractor’s garbage bag; it can be used as a quick shelter. Always let someone on the outside know your status and location. FLASH FLOOD: When hiking in a narrow, steep canyon (or crevice, gulley, etc.), flash floods are a serious threat. Imagine hiking in a very huge pipe when a stream of water suddenly comes at you at high speed. One can be hiking in complete dry terrain, but if there’s a downpour some 15 miles upstream, that water may be making its way to lower ground fast and furious. LIGHTNING: Here’s what the National Weather Service cautions: Stay away from isolated tall trees, towers or utility poles. Stay away from metal conductors such as wires or fences. Lightning often

EXPECT PLEASANT WEATHER WHEN YOU SEE SOME OF THESE SIGNS: “Red sky at night, sailor’s delight.” The dust particles in the dry air of tomorrow’s weather produce a glowing red sunset. “Swallows flying way up high, there’s no rain in the sky.” Swallows are birds that catch and eat flying insects. In the high air pressure that comes with fair weather, insects can be carried aloft by air currents. “If smoke goes high, no rain comes by.” Campfire smoke rises straight up when there is no wind. Still air is generally stable and won’t move moisture into an area. “When the dew is on the grass, rain will never come to pass.” Dew forms when air moisture condenses on cool leaves and grass. This happens especially during the cool, clear nights that come with good weather and high pressure. THE FOLLOWING SIGNS SUGGEST BAD WEATHER IS ON THE WAY: “Red sky at morning, sailor take warning.” Dry, dusty air is moving away from you toward the east. Clouds and moist air might be coming in from the west. “Swallows flying near the ground, a storm will come around.” The low air pressure that pulls in stormy weather causes insects to fly close to the ground on heavy, moist wings. Swallows feeding on them will follow. “If smoke hangs low, watch out for a blow.” Low air pressure can prevent campfire smoke from rising very high. “When grass is dry at morning light, look for rain before the night.” On a cloudy night, grass might not cool enough for dew to form.

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MEMORABLE MINES

The Cayuga Salt Mine in Lansing, NY (near Syracuse), is the deepest in America. In 2016, 17 miners got stuck 90 stories below ground when the mine lift broke down. They spent the night there, drinking hot coffee and wrapping themselves with warm blankets that had been lowered down to protect them against the 20-degree air blowing into the shaft. They were rescued 10 hours later.

The Salina Turda Salt Mine in Romania was opened to the public in 2010, not as a mining adventure, but as the new home to an underground theme park. There is a Ferris wheel, bowling alley, an underground lake with boating and more.

Halotherapy is an alternative medical practice that some people believe heals a broad range of conditions, from asthma to infections. The therapy consists of breathing salty air inside special salt chambers. Sessions usually last a half hour to an hour. 148 / THE MONSEY VIEW

The Praid Salt Mine is used for halotherapy by many. To make the time spent breathing salty air more enjoyable, the mine has cafes, libraries, pool tables, a swimming pool and more.

Salt Lake City, Utah, is thus called due to its proximity to the Great Salt Lake, which is nicknamed America’s Dead Sea due to its high salinity. At the edge of the lake are brine pools in which salt is extracted through evaporation. The primary uses of this salt are for de-icing, to make salt licks for livestock and for use in water softeners.


WHEN SALT IS WANTED

Do you know where your salt comes from? It may have been be made in the good ol’ U.S. of A. America is second only to China in salt production.

There are three ways for companies to extract salt from the earth. SOLAR EVAPORATION

SOLUTION MINING

In the solar evaporation method, brine is left to sit in shallow pools where the water evaporates, leaving the salt behind. Nowadays, heat may be added to the pools to increase the rate of evaporation.

Table salt is often mined using the solution method. The mining company will pump freshwater into a chamber over a salt bed, dissolving the salt and creating a brine. They then pump the brine out of the chamber and into a purification plant where other minerals are removed, the salt is cleaned and iodine often added.

DEEP SHAFT MINING Deep shaft mining involves forming chambers under the earth by digging and using explosives to reach salt beds. Salt that is extracted is sent by conveyor belt to the surface, where it is processed. The rock salt taken from underground mines is most commonly used for de-icing roads in cold climates. Empty salt shafts are frequently filled with chemical and nuclear waste.

WHEN SALT IS NOT WANTED

Desalination is the process of removing salt from seawater.

Desalinating water is pricey, due to the amount of energy it takes to process the water. Some ships and submarines desalinate water for their freshwater supply.

Eretz Yisroel has been at the forefront of desalination technology. More than a third of the country’s tap water was desalinated from the Mediterranean Sea in 2013. The number has only risen since then.

There are four desalination plants in Eretz Yisroel. The one in Ashkelon was planned to the be the largest in the world when commissioned, but has since been outdone by a plant in Saudi Arabia. THE MONSEY VIEW / 149


‫איר זאלט נישט מיינען אז איך‬ ‫בין א גרויסער שרייבער‪ ,‬נעמענדיג‬ ‫די מיה און אפשרייבנדיג מיין‬ ‫געשיכטע‪ .‬איך האב פשוט‬ ‫גענומען צייט און פראבירט‬ ‫אראפצולייגן דברים כהוויתן‪ ,‬ווי‬ ‫אזוי זאכן האבן זיך דערקייקלט‪,‬‬ ‫ביז דער גליקליכער ענדע‪.‬‬ ‫פארשטענדליכע‬ ‫צוליב‬ ‫סיבות‪ ,‬וועל איך מוזן טוישן‬ ‫עטליכע פרטים אין די געשיכטע‪,‬‬ ‫אזוי אז מיין אידענטיטעט זאל‬ ‫נישט אנטפלעקט ווערן פאר‬ ‫די ליינער‪ ,‬אבער אויסער דעם‬ ‫איז די מעשה א ריכטיגע און‬ ‫אטענטישע‪ ,‬וואס איך דערצייל‬ ‫אייך דא ערשטהאנטיג‪.‬‬ ‫פראבירן‬ ‫וועל‬ ‫איך‬ ‫אראפצולייגן אויפן בעסטן אופן‬ ‫וואס מעגליך‪.‬‬

‫דער שארפער‬ ‫געשפרעך‬ ‫דער זייגער יענעם מוצאי שבת‬ ‫האט שוין געוויזן באלד איינס‬ ‫אזייגער ביינאכט‪ .‬ביי פאמיליע‬ ‫שפירא איז שוין געווען שטיל‪ .‬די‬ ‫יונגערע קינדער זענען שוין אלע‬ ‫געשלאפן‪ ,‬און די עלטערן מיט‬ ‫זייער בכור נחמן האבן זיך שוין‬ ‫אויך געגרייט זיך צו לייגן‪ ,‬ווען‬ ‫דער טעלעפאן האט פלוצלינג‬ ‫געקלונגען‪.‬‬ ‫"א גוטע וואך‪ ",‬האט ר'‬ ‫מרדכי שפירא געענטפערט‪,‬‬ ‫וואונדערנדיג זיך וואס עס קען‬ ‫זיין אזוי וויכטיג‪.‬‬ ‫"א גוטע וואך‪ ,‬איך קען רעדן‬ ‫מיט נחמן?"‬ ‫נחמן‪ ,‬א תכשיט פון א בחור‪,‬‬ ‫איז נישט געווען דער סארט וואס‬ ‫רעדט אפט מיט חברים אויפ'ן‬ ‫טעלעפאן‪ ,‬און אוודאי נישט‬ ‫שפעט ביינאכט‪ .‬נו‪ ,‬מסתמא‬ ‫איז עס שטארק וויכטיג‪ ,‬האט ר'‬ ‫מרדכי געקלערט‪ ,‬איבערגעבנדיג‬ ‫דעם טעלעפאן‪.‬‬ ‫"א גוטע וואך‪ ",‬האט נחמן‬ ‫אריינגעזאגט אין טרייבל‪ .‬אויפ'ן‬ ‫טרייבל איז שטיל געווען אפאר‬

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‫שארפע‬ ‫פיילן‬ ‫מרדכי ס‪.‬‬

‫חסדים פונעם‬ ‫אויבערשטן‬

‫פערזענליכע‬ ‫געשיכטעס און‬ ‫מיטמאכענישן‬ ‫פון ליינער‬ ‫‪THE MONSEY VIEW / 151‬‬

‫צום אלעמען ערשטן שפיר איך א פליכט‬ ‫זיך צו באדאנקען פאר די מאנסי וויא‪ ,‬פאר'ן‬ ‫צושטעלן אזא אינהאלטסרייכע ווינקל‪ ,‬וואו‬ ‫מען קען ארויסברענגען די מיטמאכענישן‬ ‫וואס מען איז דורכגעגאנגען‪ ,‬און ווי אזוי‬ ‫מען האט דורכגעשוויצט די שווערע צייטן‪.‬‬ ‫איך האלט אז דאס איז א חוב פאר מענטשן‬ ‫צו ליינען‪ ,‬כדאי זיך איבערצייגן אז פון יעדע‬ ‫שווערע מצב קען מען ארויסקריכן‪ ,‬מען‬ ‫דארף נאר גלייבן און האפן צום אויבערשטן‪,‬‬ ‫און דער אויבערשטער העלפט שוין אויף‬ ‫זיינע דרכים אז מען זאל קענען ארויסקריכן‬ ‫פון די פראבלעמען‪.‬‬ ‫איך וויל אויך מיטטיילן א 'מיטמאכעניש'‪,‬‬ ‫וואס האט באטראפן אונזער פאמיליע‪.‬‬ ‫דאס איז נישט געווען קיין לייכטע פרשה‪,‬‬ ‫עס האט אפגעקאסט פיל עגמת‪-‬נפש און‬ ‫ווייטאג‪ ,‬אבער ברוך‪-‬השם אז מיר קענען‬ ‫עס דערציילן אין פריידן‪ ,‬עס איז שוין היינט‬ ‫א פארגאנגענהייט‪ ,‬און קוקנדיג אויף צוריק‪,‬‬ ‫זעהען מיר די חסדים פונעם אויבערשטן‪,‬‬ ‫וואס ער האט אלס געטוהן מיט אונז און‬ ‫וויפיל ער האט אונז געהיטן און געשיצט‬ ‫אויף אונז‪.‬‬


‫צווישן שמאל דוחה וימין מקרבת‪ .‬און מקרב זיין אזא צובראכענע‬ ‫נשמה שאדט קיינמאל נישט‪".‬‬

‫אונטערגעהערט דעם שכן‬ ‫דינה לאה האט געשיקט א באזארגטן בליק צום זייגער‪" .‬ס'איז‬ ‫שוין כמעט איינס אזייגער!" האט זי הויך גערעדט‪" .‬פון וואו וועל‬ ‫איך יעצט פארשאפן פארמולע?"‬ ‫פאר הבדלה איז אויסגעגאנגען א שאכטל בעיבי פארמולא‪ .‬זי‬ ‫האט געמיינט אז זי האט נאך א שאכטל אויפ'ן אויבערשטן פאליצע‪,‬‬ ‫און נאר יעצט‪ ,‬ווען יושע'לע שרייט שוין פון הונגער‪ ,‬האט זי זיך‬ ‫געכאפט אז דער איבריגער שאכטל עקזיסטירט נישט‪ .‬וואס טוט‬ ‫מען יעצט?‬ ‫"אפשר האט שפירא אן איבריגע שאכטל?" האט איר מאן‬ ‫פארגעשלאגן‪.‬‬ ‫גיטל שפירא ניצט גראדע די זעלבע סארט פארמולע פאר איר‬ ‫בעיבי‪ ,‬אבער ווי קען מען אנרופן איינעם אזוי שפעט ביינאכט?‬ ‫"דו מיינסט אז מ'קען נאך דארט רופן?" האט דינה לאה‬ ‫געפרעגט‪.‬‬ ‫"איך ווייס? דו קענסט דאך בעסער ווי מיר זייער סדר היום‪".‬‬ ‫"יא‪ ,‬אבער אפילו איך בין כמעט זיכער אז ביי זיי איז נאך איינער‬ ‫אויף‪ ,‬פאסט אויך נישט צו רופן אזוי שפעט‪".‬‬ ‫יושע'לעס געוויינען זענען העכער געווארן‪ ,‬און געברענגט דינה‬ ‫לאה'ן צו א באשלוס‪.‬‬ ‫"ווייסטו וואס?" האט זי געזאגט פאר איר מאן‪" ,‬איך וועל נישט‬ ‫רופן אויפ'ן טעלעפאן‪ ,‬נאר אראפגיין אונטן צו זיי‪ .‬אויב איך וועל‬ ‫הערן הינטער'ן טיר אז מ'איז אויף‪ ,‬וועל איך אריינקלאפן‪ .‬וואס‬ ‫זאגסטו צו דעם?"‬ ‫"איך מיין אז ס'איז א גוטע פלאן‪ ",‬האט איר מאן געזאגט‪,‬‬ ‫אויפהייבנדיג די בעיבי‪.‬‬ ‫דינה לאה איז שנעל אראפ די שטיגן צו שפירא'ן‪ .‬זי איז‬ ‫געשטאנען הינטער'ן טיר‪ ,‬וועלנדיג הערן אויב איינער איז אויף‪.‬‬ ‫זי האט זיך אבער גארנישט געדארפט צובייגן‪ ,‬ווייל זי האט קלאר‬ ‫ארויסגעהערט נחמן'ס אויפגערעגטע שטימע‪:‬‬ ‫"כ'פארשטיי נישט וואס דו ווילסט פון מיר! לאז מיר גיין שלאפן!"‬ ‫דינה לאה איז געבליבן שאקירט‪ .‬נחמן‪ ,‬דער שטילער‪ ,‬ערנסטער‬ ‫בחור‪ ,‬זאל אזוי רעדן צו זיינע עלטערן?‬ ‫"טשעפע זיך אפ פון מיר‪ ,‬פארשטאנען? איך בין נישט דיין נאר!"‬ ‫האט זי ווידער געהערט זיין קול‪.‬‬ ‫"נחמן‪ ,‬איך בעט דיר‪ ",‬האט זי געהערט גיטל'ס צארטע שטימע‪.‬‬ ‫"איך בין נישט אינטערעסירט צו הערן וואס דו זאגסט!" האט זי‬ ‫געהערט ווי נחמן האקט איר איבער‪" .‬איך האב א רעכט צו זאגן און‬ ‫טון וואס איך וויל‪ ,‬און איך מוז דיר נישט פרעגן‪".‬‬ ‫"נחמן‪ ,‬בארואיג זיך‪ ",‬האט זי געהערט ר' מרדכי'ן זיך בעטן צו‬

‫זיין זוהן‪.‬‬ ‫"זאל איך איבערזאגן נאכאמאל?" האט אים נחמן געענטפערט‪.‬‬ ‫"איך טו וויאזוי איך פארשטיי‪ .‬זאלסט מיר אויפהערן צו באסעווען!"‬ ‫דינה לאה האט זיך שנעל אוועקגעשלייכט פון הינטער'ן טיר‪,‬‬ ‫און זיך שטילערהייט ארויפגעיאגט די טרעפ‪ .‬זי איז אהיימגעקומען‬ ‫אינגאנצן צושטורעמט און צוטרייסלט‪.‬‬ ‫"נו‪ ,‬זיי זענען נאך אויף?" האט איר מאן געפרעגט‪ ,‬פרובירנדיג‬ ‫איבערצושרייען יושע'לע'ן‪.‬‬ ‫"יא‪ ...‬אבער‪ ...‬כ'האב עפעס נישט געקענט יעצט אריינגיין‪...‬‬ ‫ס'נישט געווען פאסיג‪".‬‬ ‫"נו‪ ,‬איז וואס זאל מען טון?"‬ ‫"ס'נישטא קיין ברירה‪ ,‬כ'וועל מוזן עפענען אביסל סימילעק‪.‬‬ ‫כ'האף אז ער וועט עס ליב האבן‪".‬‬ ‫דינה לאה האט זיך שנעל גענומען צוגרייטן א באטל פאר די‬ ‫בעיבי‪ .‬איר מח האט נאך געשטורעמט פון די ווערטער וואס זי האט‬ ‫פריער געהערט‪.‬‬ ‫'ווער וואלט געגלייבט?' האט זי זיך נישט געקענט איבערקומען‪.‬‬ ‫'גיטל זעט אלעמאל אויס אזוי צו דער זאך‪ ,‬אזוי פרייליך און רואיג‪.‬‬ ‫איך האב קיינמאל נישט גע'חלומ'ט אז זי מאכט נעבעך מיט‬ ‫אזויפיל צער גידול בנים‪ .‬און דער בחור אליין? ער שם'ט דאך ווי‬ ‫א טשאטשקע‪ ,‬דער בעסטער בחור אין ישיבה! איין מינוט‪ ,‬ווער‬ ‫האט זיך נארוואס געהאט אינטערעסירט ביי מיר אויף אים? ליבי!‬ ‫זעט אויס אז מ'האט אים אנגעטראגן פאר ליבי'ס חנה'לע‪ .‬איך מוז‬ ‫איר טאקע אנרופן און דערציילן דעם אמת‪ .‬ס'איז ממש השגחה‬ ‫פרטית אז איך האב אינטערגעהערט דעם היציגן געשפרעך‪ .‬קיינער‬ ‫חלומ'ט נישט אז דער בחור איז אזא מחוצף‪ ,‬אזא‪'...‬‬ ‫"וואס נעמט אזוי לאנג?" האט איר מאן איבערגעהאקט אירע‬ ‫געדאנקען‪.‬‬ ‫"איך קום שוין‪ "...‬האט זי געמורמלט‪ ,‬אויפשאקלענדיג דעם‬ ‫באטל‪ .‬דער הונגעריגער יושע'לע האט עס גערן געטרונקען‪ ,‬און‬ ‫בשעת דער קליינער האט זיך דערכאפט דאס הארץ‪ ,‬האט דינה לאה‬ ‫דערציילט פאר איר מאן אלעס וואס זי האט געהערט ביי שפירא‪.‬‬ ‫"אמת'דיג? איך גלייב עס נישט! נחמן איז דאך אזא בעל מידות!‬ ‫אזא בעל דרך ארץ!"‬ ‫"נו‪ ,‬ווי עס זעט אויס איז ער פון די סארט מענטשן וואס זענען‬ ‫ממש צדיקים פאר פרעמדע‪ ,‬אבער ביי זיך אינדערהיים זענען זיי‬ ‫טיראנען‪ .‬האסט געדארפט הערן וואספארא ווערטער ער האט‬ ‫גענוצט‪ :‬טשעפע זיך אפ פון מיר! זאלסט מיר אויפהערן באסעווען!‬ ‫איך בין נישט דיין נאר!"‬ ‫"איך קען עס נישט גלייבן!" האט איר מאן געשאקלט מיט זיין‬ ‫קאפ‪" ,‬א רחמנות אויף מרדכי'ן‪ .‬מ'ווייסט קיינמאל נישט וואס יענער‬ ‫מאכט מיט!"‬ ‫פארזעצונג קומענדיגע וואך אי"ה‬

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‫מינוט‪ .‬ר' מרדכי און גיטל האבן געקוקט אויף זייער זוהן‪,‬‬ ‫וועלנדיג הערן וואס דער וויכטיגער ענין איז‪.‬‬ ‫"כ'פארשטיי נישט וואס דו ווילסט פון מיר!" האט זיך‬ ‫נחמן פלוצלינג צושריגן‪" .‬לאז מיר גיין שלאפן!"‬ ‫נחמן האט זיך צוגעהערט פאר א מינוט‪ ,‬און דאן ווידער‬ ‫אריינגעזאגט אין טרייבל מיט אן אויפגערעגטע שטימע‪:‬‬ ‫"טשעפע זיך אפ פון מיר‪ ,‬פארשטאנען? איך בין נישט דיין‬ ‫נאר!"‬ ‫"נחמן‪ ,‬איך בעט דיר‪ ",‬האט גיטל פרובירט אים צו‬ ‫ווינקען צו רעדן אביסל שטילער‪.‬‬ ‫"איך בין נישט אינטערעסירט צו הערן וואס דו זאגסט!"‬ ‫האט נחמן איבערגעהאקט דעם רופער‪ ,‬נישט הערנדיג‬ ‫אפילו וואס זיין מאמע זאגט‪" .‬איך האב א רעכט צו זאגן און‬ ‫טון וואס איך וויל‪ ,‬און איך מוז דיר נישט פרעגן‪".‬‬ ‫"נחמן‪ ,‬בארואיג זיך‪ ",‬האט ר' מרדכי פרוביט‬ ‫איבערצוהאקן דעם געשפרעך‪.‬‬ ‫"זאל איך איבערזאגן נאכאמאל?" האט נחמן‬ ‫אריינגעשריגן אין טרייבל‪" .‬איך טו וויאזוי איך פארשטיי‪.‬‬ ‫זאלסט מיר אויפהערן צו באסעווען!"‬ ‫א מינוט איז געווען שטיל‪" .‬גוט‪ ,‬גוט‪ ",‬האט נחמן‬ ‫געזאגט‪ ,‬שוין רואיגער‪" ,‬איך בין נישט ברוגז אויף דיר‪.‬‬ ‫אבער ווען איך זאג דיר עפעס‪ ,‬פארשטיי דעם רמז און‬ ‫פייניג מיר נישט‪ .‬א גוטע וואך‪".‬‬ ‫"ווער איז עס געווען?" האט ר' מרדכי געגעבן א פרעג‪,‬‬ ‫ווי נאר נחמן האט אראפגעלייגט‪" .‬שראלי ווייס?"‬ ‫"יא‪ ,‬ווער דען?" האט נחמן געגעבן א צי מיט זיינע‬ ‫ברעמען‪" .‬ער וויל איך זאל נעמען צוזאמען מיט אים א‬ ‫דרייוון קורס‪".‬‬ ‫"אמת'דיג?" האט גיטל געפרעגט‪ ,‬אביסל דערשראקן‪.‬‬ ‫"ער האלט ערנסט דערביי?"‬ ‫"ער מוטשעט מיר שוין לאנג‪ ,‬און איך האב אים כסדר‬ ‫אפגעזאגט‪ .‬יעצט האט ער באשלאסן מיר צו סטראשען אז‬ ‫ער וועט אפלאזן אונזער פריינטשאפט – ווי גלייך איך בין‬ ‫בכלל אינטערעסירט דערין‪ .‬נעבעך‪ ,‬וואס קען מען טון? ער‬ ‫איז א צובראכענער שארבן און זוכט עפעס מיט וואס זיך‬ ‫צו באשעפטיגן‪".‬‬ ‫"אפשר דארף מען מעלדן זיין פעטער וועגן זיינע‬ ‫פלענער זיך צו לערנען דרייוון‪ ",‬האט ר' מרדכי באמערקט‪.‬‬ ‫"זיין פעטער האט נישט אמת'דיג קיין השפעה אויף‬ ‫אים‪ .‬וואס קען מען טון?"‬ ‫"אויב איז ער טאקע אזא פויגל‪ ,‬ווייס איך נישט צו ס'איז‬ ‫כדאי דו זאלסט אים נאך מקרב זיין‪ ",‬האט גיטל שטיל‬ ‫געזאגט‪.‬‬ ‫"וואס קען עס שאדן?" האט נחמן געפרעגט‪" .‬זעסט‬ ‫דאך אז ווען ער ציט איבער דעם שטריקל שטעל איך‬ ‫אראפ מיין פוס‪ ,‬און איך האב נישט מורא צו רעדן צו אים‬ ‫מיט באק ציינער‪".‬‬ ‫"האסט נישט וואס צו זארגן‪ ,‬גיטל‪ ",‬האט ר' מרדכי‬ ‫צוגעשטימט‪" .‬שראלי ווייסט גוט אז מ'קען נישט שטערן‬ ‫נחמן פון לערנען‪ ,‬נישט קיין חילוק ווי 'וויכטיג' עס איז‪ .‬איך‬ ‫מיין אז נחמן האט געשטעלט דעם ריכטיגן גלייכגעוויכט‬


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There’s no Boris here! Do you hear? Don’t you dare bother us again!

Phone call from Israel.

The situation is complicated.

We’ll have to involve the head of the suburban district in Zurich.

There’s a group of innocent children being held by force by missionaries in an area under your jurisdiction.

I can’t allow that to happen here. I’m calling the police now, and they’ll check it out right away.

Should one of us come with you?

That’s the house.

No need. We’ll keep you updated.

Surround it to make sure no one leaves. I’ll knock on the door.

Recap: Avraham calls to the missionary cult, hoping that the staff will allow the children to speak to another child long enough for the antimissionary organization to be able to trace the call.

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LAST WEEK’S QUESTION: Where in our area is there a roundabout?

Where in Monsey is there a traffic light that’s outlined in yellow?

Low immune system + ______________ = allergies

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Question of the week:

Trivia #010 DART MEDIA

ANSWER: Where Willow Tree Road meets Forshay/Wilder Road.

Answer to Trivia #009 :

HICCUPS

Do you have a trivia question to share with your fellow Monseyites? Feel free to send it to us! Questions may include any of the local areas currently inhabited by the frum community.

Winner Week 9 : ADLER 845.362.2171

Send in your answer and/or trivia question to comments@themonseyview.com by Monday at 8:00 p.m. Please include your name and phone number. You will be entered into a drawing to win a frank and fries at Nussy’s! ildren t 10 ch The firs it their trivia to subm ceive a re

The winner of last week’s drawing is:

Slomiuc (xxx-2714) You’ve won a free frank and fries at Nussy’s!

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Leave your answer in the drop off box in our store untill Sunday 12am to enter a

Weekly Drawing to win a RAZOR SCOOTER

Take this page into Nussy’s to claim your prize! 41 Main Street, 845-352-9008

728 North Main St. Spring Valley NY 10977 41 Main Street Monsey, NY 10952

Tel: (845) 352-9008 Fax: (845) 356-1944

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Last week’s Boggle board

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4-letter words 2 points | 5-letter words 3 points | 6-letter words 5 points | 7-letter words 7 points | 8-letter words 9 points | 9 or more 12 points

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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Runner Ups: GOTTFRIED xxx-3366: 177 points PRAGER FAMILY xxx-0803: 174 points FINKEL xxx-5323: 163 points FAMILY LUNGER xxx-3492: 162 points KOHL FAMILY xxx-0297: 162 points Pick up your free slice and ice cream at Chai Pizza Monsey at 94 Rte. 59. Please be considerate, and do NOT try to claim your prize without The Monsey View issue in which your name appears or after six weeks. It will not be honored. Bonus winner: Each submission enters a weekly drawing to win a pizza party at the brand-new Chai Pomona! This week’s winner: MARTIN FAMILY

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The Monsey View does not take responsibility for faxes that don’t come through.


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BOGGLE WINNER’S LIST 6-LETTER WORDS

4-LETTER WORDS atom chat city come fore fort fret home

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sire spot taco talc tome tong tore trek

trio trip wire wisp zero

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7-LETTER WORDS twitch

8-LETTER WORDS meristic

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9+ LETTER WORDS eristical

topstitch

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

5-LETTER WORDS attic catty comer comet forte homer laity latch metro mocha

notch octal optic spire spore sport twist vocal witch witty

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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:

MANSION

An impressive stairway off the entry is a prominent feature of a mansion

So what makes a home a mansion? In the 20th century, European mansions contained ball rooms, billiard rooms, salons, breakfast rooms, dining rooms, playrooms, music rooms and tens of bedrooms. Today, mansions don’t necessarily have all of the above amenities, but are defined by their sheer size and luxuriousness.

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The lower level in mansions is often comprised of many rooms for sitting, dining and entertaining.

A sitting room in a modern mansion

PROS: Living in the lap of luxury sure has its perks. The spaciousness allows for hosting, entertaining and for roomy accommodations for guests. There’s space for home businesses and space for just about anything one fancies to have under their roof.

FYI: While 8,000 feet earns a stately house the classification of a mansion, it doesn’t end there. A large mansion has 15,000 to 25,000 square feet, a mega mansion, 25,000 to 50,000 square feet, and a super mansion, anything greater than 50,000 square feet.

ATTRIBUTES: A mansion is a large home, typically starting at 8,000 square feet (though some 5,000-squarefoot homes may make the cut, too). Mansions include many luxuries: large, open foyers with grand staircases, crystal chandeliers, pools, courts in the yard, powder and sitting rooms, luxury bathrooms, rooms for recreation and rooms for entertaining. Both the exterior and interior are constructed of expensive materials. Each room is spacious, beautifully designed and typically features fine furniture. Ceilings are high and the entire decor is stately.

CONS: Its main con is obvious: The sheer fortune it costs to purchase and maintain a home of such large proportions. Taxes, of course, reflect the home’s value, too, running into tens of thousands. And one housekeeper is hardly enough for such a home; an entire staff is often needed to tend to the house. On a practical level, finding a family member in a large home may require the use of a telephone, and going from room to room can qualify as the day’s exercise. Also, if the need to sell arises, more expensive homes take longer to sell.

FYI: One guess as to the surname of the man who built the largest mansion in the U.S.! It was George Washington Vanderbilt II who owned the Biltmore Estate in North Carolina at the end of the 19th century, and it is still owned by his descendants. At 178,926 square feet, this mansion is one of the most prominent examples of the Gilded Age.

PREVALENCE: The Crestview area, the Concord area, Montebello and Pomona on the Hill are home to mansions. Some are also found in upthe-hill Monsey and in the Forshay area.

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FYI: In the Gilded Age, NYC was home to the rich and famous, boasting many luxurious mansions, both at the riverside and also as part of the “Millionaire’s Row” on 5th Avenue. Unfortunately, most have been demolished to make room for expensive buildings that can accommodate much more, but a few still remain. It’s the name Vanderbilt again that comes up most often as their owners.

FYI: The most popular mansion in the U.S. is of Vanderbilt fame too: The Breakers in Newport, Rhode Island.

FYI: The most expensive mansion in the greater Monsey area on the market is priced at $3,900,000.

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

845-659-1193 realty1193@gmail.com

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OFF-MARKET DEALS OF THE WEEK: First-time opportunity: Townhouse in the heart of Monsey with annual income of $64,000. (Current rent is way below market value; potential income: $72,000.) Asking as low as $889,000. Only for qualified buyers with proof of funds. ||| Attention UNDER CONTR AC builders: Lot in Twin area fully approved to build 3 flats of 2,100 square feet each + basement. T Serious buyers only with proof of funds. ||| New construction: Prime Spring Valley location; flat of 2,100 square feet + 1,000-square-foot above-ground basement. Asking $670,000 ||| For the investor or homeowner: House off Hempstead Road in good condition for just $389,000. Rent is currently $2,800 and it can be raised to $3,100. ||| New construction: Townhouse + 4-room accessory on Cedar Lane in move-in condition for just $799,000; Fully approved to add on additional two units.


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FOR SALE 8 Nancy Lane, Spring Valley

Buy

Luxurious house in prime location 7 bedrooms 4 Full bathrooms, indoor Sukkah, private guest suite with full bath. Plus 3 room apartment with separate entrance. Many upgrades!

$985,000

New Listing

Call or text for more info

Meyer Tauber 845.232.0098 Great Deal!

North Rigaud - Monsey Luxury brand new up and down semi-attached houses, with finished walkout basement. NEW LISTING

$835,000

Sell

For Sale

Call or text for more info

Benzion Lieberman 845-641-1001 Great Deal!

Brand New! - 24 Merrick Drive 2 Luxury brand new up and down semi-attached houses, with finished walkout basement.

$835,000

Rent

For Sale

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Benzion Lieberman 845-641-1001

Union Rd - Spring Valley Beautiful semi attached house, in fantastic location. Nice flat lot. Ready to be your new home!

$539,000

For Sale

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Yakov Lorincz 845.274.3245 Newly Renovated

13 Emes Lane - Monsey Legal 3 Family, in the heart of Monsey! Live in one, and rent out the others, finished walkout basement, New Roof.

$975,000

For Sale

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Meyer Tauber 845.232.0098

Elm Street - Spring Valley Beautiful and spacious flat. 4 Bdr, 3 bth, large dinette and kitchen area. Big porch. Low taxes!

Call us today to arrange your free consultation

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$469,000

For Sale

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11 Inwood Lane - Spring Valley Very nice colonial with excellent rental income 6 bdr, 3 baths with finished basement.

$485,000

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FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS


Classifieds FOR SALE 2007 JEEP COMMANDER 197000 miles strong car for a good price call 845-461-3084 USED FURNITURE Dining room set. table with glass top, 8 chairs, 4 door China closet. Master bedroom set. 2 beds, dresser, armoire, night chest. All in beautiful conditions. Call/ text 8455874673. D/R FURNITURE due to moving. Please call 845-274-4936 for details. BEDS top high-risers size 33 inches $100 very good condition please call 4266915 ACCENT CHAIR FOR SALE Grey fabric with wooden legs brand new in box call or text 3477604649 MASTER BEDROOM SET in excellent condition and brown childrens/teen bedroom set Please call 845521-4273

MASTER BEDROOM SET & brown wood Stanley teen/ children bedroom set. Call 845-521-4273 D.R. FURNITURE Selling magnificent Sterns set. includes table and 6 chairs, 2 curios and buffet. Mint condition call 845.376.2929

// for sale // homes NEW PEDAL GO-KART Great gift ages 4-8. Call 845304-5160 MAYTAG REFRIGERATOR Black side by side 3yrs old. Selling due to moving $350 obo. 845 826 0700 or 352 4586

POOL FOR SALE Brand new intex above ground pool 16x32 x48 still in the box. please call/txt 845232-1479

ITALIAN MASTER BR furniture 356 2358

TEETER HANG UPS (EP-950) Inversion Table, assembled. $325 obo. Call 845-596-9478, 845-425-0927.

D.R. FURNITURE for sale due to moving. Please call 845-274-4936

WHITE CRIB full size with mattress. $30. Call or text 908 783 4784.

FULL SIZE BED White, girls, with white chest 845-659-9419

NORDIC TRACK treadmill c2500 hardly used,unassembled, assembly instructions available. $150 845.304.6634

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

NEW AMAZON ECHO still in box for $50 and brand new echo dot for $15 call 845356-6215

MAMAS & PAPAS brand new. Reg. $580. Selling for $300 obo. Delivery avail. Call 8455735426

2 BRUSHED CHROME sturdy bar stools. $20 each. Call 845-596-9478 845-4250927

USED BUGABEE in great shape $300, Uppa baby Cruz Used in great condition $275. Call 845-5339361

FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITION 24,500 BTU, 9.4eer, 220 volt. 845 356 3846 BIG FLEISHIG MICROWAVE $45 due to moving 8452386691 MOVING SALE 3 yrs old non self clean oven, front loader wash and dryer, fridge freezer, call/text 4438356481

DINING ROOM Dinette, Bedroom furniture. 1 year old. 376-2465.

MAGIC MILL for sale 845.418.2611

7 FT BURGUNDY Genuine leather couch in good condition. Call 845 352 2051 or 845 213 0383

MAHOGANY DINING ROOM table w/extra leaf and table pads & 6 chairs. Great price! 8453710126

JEWELRY bracelet & white gold concord watch and earrings. Please call: 845-746-6012

POOL new intex above ground pool 16x32 x48. please call or txt 845-232-1479

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ATLANTA BABY SHOES brand new in box, size 22, boys, royal blue. best offer. Please call 845-596-7727

STORAGE CABINET 2-door steel cabinet, excellent condition. 36x18x72. adjustable shelves. Perfect for home or office. 845-216-8514

ADULT TRICYCLE for sale asking 175 negotiable please call 426.7561 or 659.5084 DANCE MACHINE 2 mats hardly used and 3 cd’s (2 unopened). B/o. Call or text 908 783 4784.

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6X8 LEGO SUCCAH including sechach & all accs. $1,100 O.B.O. 845-428-9373 NUNA CARRIAGE still under warranty. Please call 845-500-6368 SAMSUNG MONITOR 32 Inches, used for a few days, for $100 only. please call or text 845-274-1878. WHITE CABINET all purpose small organizer for storage $18 call 845-6642109 CANON CAMERA REBEL T5i. New condition. Body only. With original box and accessories. 845-837-9229 NEW CHAPTER ‘every woman’ multi vitamin selling 75% 8452386691. $230 @ BRAUNS baby and furniture selling for $200. Please call 8458250545 CITI MINI GT STROLLER Raincover included. Please call 347-522-8640. BLACK SILVER CROSS Surf carriage in great condition for $650, 845-5966501 28” TREK HYBRID BICYCLE in great condition. Call/text 845-323-5087 after 6 pm. BUGABOO CAMELEON STROLLERS $399 Charcoal umbrella $20 bottle/cup holder $15 buggy board w seat $90 bunting $50 929 251 3777 ZARA SNEAKER navy and white boys size 21 current season new with tags. $15 obo 356 2358 FOR SALE Maxi Cosi car seat with wheels. Can convert into

stroller. in great condition. $200 call 845 445 5370 MUSICAL EQUIPMENT music/sound system. including High quality speaker, mixer, mic’s, voicemusic recorder, and more. call 845-587-0314

HOMES BATES CORNER Mint condition, 5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, pesach kitchen, front/back porch 2320 sq ft. Please call 917.843.3022 WEEKEND RENTAL House for rent in chestnut ridge quiet area ridge 3 bedrooms 15 min walk to shul 845-499-5452 MONSEY HOME FOR RENT Spacious, 5+ BR for R’’H, Y’’K, Succos (Sept. 5 - Oct. 2, 2018). Partial stay OK. Also Available for Shabbosos in Elul. Central A/C, Large Kitchen, Dinette, LR, DR, Playroom, Patio, Sukkah. Walk to Viznitz, Bobov, R’Schlesinger, R’Schneebalg, Stamford Yeshiva, R’Bachrach Yeshiva. call / text 845-517-8997 POMONA

Condominium for sale . 3 huge bedrooms 2 baths excellent view! move in right in!! Asking 295k! Broker Molly 347-3857121 AIRMONT HOME FOR RENT Hi-Ranch in Immaculate Condition, New Kitchen, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms located in Airmont near Ridnik Shul. 845-538-6030 HOUSE FOR SALE - NEW HEMPSTEAD Magnificent 7 Bedroom Spectacular Bi-Level 2 Story Entry, 3 1/2 Baths, Mother/ Daughter Park-Like Property, Lg Deck, Owner 845 883 2092

Wesley Hills 4 bed 3 bath immaculate bilevel situated on over 1/2 acre park-like private property only $529k

Pomona East - Carteret area 4 bed 3 bath well maintained bilevel on almost 2 acres with 8/ tennis court ONLY $399k Open H12ouse 2-4 p.m.

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SPRING VALLEY RENTALS 2+ 1/2 Bedroom nice Apt, on Elenar Ln. 845.425.8000 3 ROOM APARTMENT in Dorset area. Completely furnished. Walk in level. Call 356-3050 CHOSON/KALLAH APT, AVAILABLE Viola & Brockton Road area. contact slmw50@gmail.com YERUSHALAYIM: off Geulah, new 1 bdrm, kitchen, AC, full bath, 052762-7531.USA 845-354-0171 YERUSHALAYIM A brand new apartment in Yerushalayim in the Meah Shearim area for chodesh Tishrie. Bedrooms, kitchen, big dining room, 2 full baths, porch. call: 845-352-1689

3 BR APARTMENT renovated apt avail. 2 full bathrooms, Call for details: 845-238-0639 FALLSBURG APARTMENT 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, call:845-274-4686 2-BEDROOM APT. For Rent Roman Blvd 845425-4791 RENT CHESTNUT RIDGE HOME 2 bedrm + 1 bath ; brand new spacious kitchen; s/s appliances incld; backyard; 845 377 3687 NEW APT FOR RENT in Pomona/Wesley Hill 2 or 3 bdrms; 2 bth; New mod kitchen inc s/s appliance; spacious lr/dr; high ceiling; sky light; deck w/ huge

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backyd; text prefered 917 830 6341 TWO BEDROOM walk in apartment for rent, Decatur Ave. 347-243-2992 2 BEDROOM on Olympia Lane. Available Sept 1, 2018. Private entrance. Washer/Dryer. 914 552-5423. 2-ROOM FURNISHED near Viznitz with washer/ dryer and spacious closets; suitable for choson-kallah. 845-659-1193 FURNISHED APARTMENT New, in the Carlton Blauvelt Area Available August 15 Ideal for Chassan Kallah Call 845-445-5698 BASEMENT FOR RENT in prime Monsey location call 845 222 1818

FOR RENT OFFICE FOR RENT – 3,250 SF

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.

1,000 SQ FT BASEMENT Newly renovated, $1300 including utilities. Call: (845) 393-1680 Off route 59 700 SF AVAILABLE at new state-of-the-art facility. please call 845-3569600 ext.117. STUDIO APT/OFFICE 1 large room with private full bath, private entrance, old nyack / Rockhill area call 425 -2871 386 RT 59 office space 1900 sq ft $3,500.00 includes all 845425-6565 OFFICE FOR RENT on Maple/Decatur area. Great price. Call. 917-549-4993 STORAGE Large garage available for storage in Chestnut Ridge. Please call/txt 516-582-6560 CLEAN HEATED POOL for rent. Please call to reserve your spot. 347-278-1278 NEW OFFICE’S separate A/C, private toilet, w/kitchenette area, parking 845-372-6462 LARGE AIRY ROOM w/ full bathroom & plenty of closet space. Private

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entrance. Excellent for office/ single. Stetner St. 845-3528360 OFFICE ROOMS Rt. 59 / Cherry Ln. 2 office rooms. Could take 1 or both. Please call 845-263-0112

HELP WANTED LOOKING FOR JOB A Himeshe Lady in Israel Fluent in English/Yiddish Excellent Communications Skills Is now Available for Full/Part Time Job USA/ Israel hours Please call 845608-5882 LOOKING TO HIRE full time. Office experience preferred. Please send resume to pandcinsurancejobopportunity@gmail.com SECRETARY WANTED: Monday-Friday Full Time. Computer Proficiency a must. Willing to train. No Prior Experience Necessary. Email Resume to univpower@aol. com GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Looking for energetic individuals to fill two fulltime positions. Job 1: data analytics, data entry, and managing virtual assistants. Must be knowledgeable in

Excel, possess basic computer skills, and be detail oriented. Job 2: customer service phone and emails. Requires basic computer skills, good writing and phone skills. Great pay for the right individual. Graduates welcome! davidg@ miomarino.com FT SECRETARY Heimishe office in Airmont looking for a full time secretary for immediate hire. Will train. Please call 917620-9278. SEEKING FT SALES SUPPORT ANALYST Monsey Healthcare GPO seeking FT Sales Support Analyst. Candidate should multitask in a fast paced environment, proficient in Excel, Salesforce. Comfortable managing large data entry projects. Email resumes to GBernstein@ PrimesourceGPO.com TUTORS ‫פאר קומענדיגע יאהר ביטע רופט‬ ‫ א‬title 1 tutors 845-445-8119 ‫היימישע תלמוד תורה זוכט‬ OFFICE POSITION available @NEWDAY (One girl office ) Good phone skills a must Monday-thursday 9:00 am-3:00 pm. Friday 9:00-2:00. Please contact Mr. Fried (manager) 845-2883938 if no answer then please leave a msg.


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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Swimming Lessons Available!

REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT office looking to hire f/t secretary-Accts receivable. Graduates welcome. Please email resume to ehorowitz@ sapphirevent.com REAL ESTATE OFFICE seeking to hire a motivated and self-driven female for a full time position to join our team of professionals email resume to mnsyrealestatejob@gmail. com OFFICE POSITION Looking for talented woman/ girl for bookkeeping, and other assorted work in real estate office. Great opportunity for the right individual. Send resume to monseyofficejob6@gmail. com TITLE INS. OFFICE looking for qualified individuals to join our team. Challenging position. Email resume info@landtracktitle. com F/T SECRETARY for Immediate hire basic computer knowledge and phone skills, will train Email

resume books10977@gmail. com NYLIFE Brooklyn/Monsey office looking to fill sales positions in the insurance and financial products market. Unlimited earning & growth potential. On job training provided. Contact Yehoshua Belsky at 347 210 1403 or email ybelsky@ ft.newyorklife.com R.E. MANAGEMENT office looking to hire f/t secretary-Accts receivable. Graduates welcome. Please email resume to ehorowitz@ sapphirevent.com LOOKING FOR AN ASSISTANT for basic photography and photoshop editing (and or graphics). Flexible hours. Please contact Racheli 845587-0978 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!

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MASHGICHIM WANTED Cholov/Pas Yisroel Star-K Nursing Home in Teaneck, NJ looking for Mashgichim. 6 AM-2 PM. Sunday-Thursday. Holidays/Vacation/Sick days/ Health Insurance Call- 917273-6071. LOCAL MARKETING GROUP is looking to hire a full time professional graphic designer. send resume to agraphicposition@gmail.com CUSTOMER SERVICE REP needed for construction company located in Chestnut Ridge ny. Must have experience with quickbooks. Email resume: servicess78@ gmail.com 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 LARGE MEN’S retail clothing store is seeking salesman. Experience in sales preferred. Opportunity for growth & promotion.

Full time / Part time. Great Salary + commissions. Email Resume to cuffncorockland@ gmail.com BUBBA’S BAGELS

is looking for a full time cashier. bubbasbagelsandcafe@ gmail.com HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER Heimishe Boys Mossad looking for a high school teacher. Great environment. Controlled. Boys are interested in learning. Email resume to: jobmmy@gmail. com CHASIDDISHE GIRLS elementary school seeks English teachers, pleasant atmosphere, good pay, Please call 845-222-1922 SEEKING MALE com hab worker for an adult with special needs daily. flexible hours. great pay! $25 an hour. 845-263-4667 FRUM AIDE NEEDED 24/7. Paid through agency. Must be able to take care of all physical needs e.g. feeding, showers, bathroom etc. Diabetes experience is


METREXREALTY

Fast growing real estate office seeks a candidate for an administrative position full time employment. Preferred although not required would be a NY Real Estate License. In the event unlicensed, candidate must be willing to obtain a license of which the company will pay for. This is not a sales position. This position requires an individual with excellent organizational and communication skills. Responsibilities include but are not limited to, greeting clients, answering the phones, managing transactions, minor accounting, maintaining a client database for prospecting activities, interaction with sales staff, social media maintenance, scheduling and general assistance to a real estate trainer and speaker. Salary offerred will be commensurate with experience. Please send resume to info@metrexrealty.com

Beautiful Dining Room Set Table seats between 10 to 12 people when open, includes pad,8 chairs huge China cabinet Very good condition! Please call: 845-304-6634 asking:$1600 negotiable

Monsey Full – Charge Bookkeeper

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

All Female Jewish Agency office looking for a full time bookkeeper who can work independently in a high-paced environment. Excellent Excel skills required. Fund EZ a plus. 3 years of comprehensive bookkeeping experience required. * Preparation and review of all phases of accounting, receivables, payables, general ledger and reconciliations *assist with yearly audit. Holidays, vacation, sick leave and PTO part of the benefit package.

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a plus. Must be patient and caring. Please call 587-3774. EXPERIENCED SALESMAN for an advertising service company. Please call 845200-0169 18+ GIRL NEEDED to work with special need girl 16,summer/after school. Pay per exp.201 8920526 SHADOW WANTED to assist a 8th grade handicapped girl in a mainstream classroom, for afternoon hours. If interested Please call 845 659-7415. MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL seeks the following general studies teachers: *Lower school *Middle school ELA *Title I math. Email akarash@chedermonsey.org. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016 MALE AIDE NEEDED for special needs classroom. .Full time position jobresumes613@gmail.com. Fax: 845-352-3375. Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 SEEKING ASSISTANT For Professional 3 yr-oldplaygroup. Work with/ learn from experienced morah. 845.352.1861 FEMALE/ASSISTANTS AIDS to work in special needs classroom for 2018-2019

school year. Full time position. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail. com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL seeks fifth grade secular studies teacher. Hours are Monday through Thursday 2:00-4:10. Please send resume to akarash@chedermonsey. org. TEACHER NEEDED Elementary teacher needed for boys Yeshiva. Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 TEACHER ASSISTANTS NEEDED Great experience working with knowledgeable elementary teachers in friendly environment. Send resume to mkagan@ baishachinuch.org or fax 845-354-3806 LOOKING FOR WOMAN To work with teenager on conversation skills. Training provided. English as a first language is necessary. Please call for details. 845-371-2192 LOCAL GIRLS’ SCHOOL looking for Elementary English teachers’ assistants for the upcoming school year. Good pay. Great environment. Please call: 845-430-0496. ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT Jeweler company in White Plains looking for an assistant accountant. Good pay + Benefits, please email

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jobs@NailItHandyman.com NailItHandyman.com resume to wpjoboffer@gmail. com F/T SECRETARY Local girls school looking for secretary. Experience with MS Word and Excel. Email: monseymossod@gmail.com REBBE POSITION Looking for a warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach Pre-1A Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Please call 845.352.8470. GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL looking for an experienced chemistry Regent teacher. PM hours. Please fax resume with references to 845 6946180 SEEKING ASSISTANT for a play group starting sep. Warm and loving a must graduate preferred, great pay, spring valley area call Toby 845-426-4608 AFTERNOON JOB Looking for babysitterHorton Drive. MondayThursday. 2:00-4:00. (near Refuah Shuttle) call: 1845425-4565. leave a message. LOOKING FOR A BABYSITTER to come to my home - well paid. Please call 356-1375 or 274-7080 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER Male Special Education Teacher for the 2018--2019 school year. New York State Certification required. We are seeking a highly qualified teacher to join our dedicated

team. Please send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 BABYSITTER NEEDED for 5 year old girl, Mon Thur, 2:30 - 5:45. In New Hempstead. Must have own transportation. Call (845)304-4114. WANTED SUBS Experienced, capable, for Elementary and Junior High Departments at local girls’ school. Good pay. Please call: Grades 1-6 Yiddish: 845-3764446 Grades 1-8 English: 845-304-9391 WANTED LSHEM MITZVA Girls to watch young children outside after Daycamp. Phyllis Terrace area. 845659-9188 SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home for school year starting right after sukkos 12:00 to 5:00 Mon. thru Thurs. Please call 845.5967727

PLAYGROUPS PRESCHOOL looking to hire assistants for Sept. Pls call 459-0696 n leave a msg. 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


tting // services to 2 1/2. Please call Toby 845426-4608 12-18 MONTH BABYSITTING Kiddie group, warm loving environment. Great monthly price. Glen Hill. Experienced Morah. Rochel David 845.426.3819 SEEKING WARM Yiddish speaking preschool assistant please email resume to girlsschoolmonsey@gmail. com

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

SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula DASSY PHOTOGRAPHY Newborns, Upsherin, family portraits and more. Professional editing! Free digital album! Gift certificates available too. (845)-517-9920/(845)-5040934 AHUVA AARON PHOTOGRAPHY: Children and family portraits: Special summer promotion $50 sitting fee. 845 671 8083 follow me on Instagram @ ahuvaphotography

BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY

Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 845-3621312 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com KIMPETURINS Experienced, lady, Looking for a babysitting job to take care of new borns, daytime hours. References avail. 929 238 5487 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

FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling summer routes and all transportation & delivery needs. Please call/ text 917-750-4105. QUICKBOOKS STAR Want to start your new/ existing company in QuickBooks? Start It Right For the Right Deal email us at: startittherightway@gmail. com DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com UPSTATE CONSTRUCTION GROUP We do all bigger construction jobs in the upstate area.

BOOKKEEPING POSITION

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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

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 MASSAGE THERAPY deep tissue massage to eliminate pain and improve mobility. Specializes in back pain. Free consultation with first booking. Contact Simon Bitton 954-329-6828 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 COTTON CANDY RENTAL 845 694 7296 GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281

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

GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos

LADY DRIVER

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

Heimishe lady driver is available for evening trips. Please call Devorah at 845.746.7910 4 FREE SESSIONS Will tutor your child according to his level, with patience & clear explanations. Great rate. 248-955-8559. CERTIFIED TEACHER Seeking licensed NYS certified teacher to work in a local UPK program for a school. Please send resume to hr@coconline.org. TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319

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MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm GUITAR LESSONS Experienced Instructor Will Teach Women and Girls How to Play in Ten Lessons. Years of Enjoyment Guaranteed! 347-455-5320. HAIR WITH CARE Professional hair cutting & hair styling affordable prices. saddle river area. call 845356-5038. HAIR DESIGN Professional Cut, blow, Chasunah styling by Roizy. Call for appointment. 845274-7700

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 HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES for all occasions. Main Street area. For appointments call Esty 845-356-0767 845-5876863

ODDS AND ENDS HEIMISHE MOISED seeking donations of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition. Tax deductible. Please call 845500-3100 DECLUTTER Donate your gently used hats. Please call 845-517-0838. LEARN HEBREW FOR FREE Hebrew,Spanish-free lady tutor 845-499- ‫לעילוי נשמת‬ 8001,845-459-6309 MAGAZINES chesed library can use magazines in english & yiddish (like Kindlein, Zman,


Hamaspik of Rockland is looking to hire Male and Female PARA’s to work in our ABA department. To send your resume, email: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org, or fax: 845-503-1239.

HAMASPIK

Great Com Hab Opportunities! •

work with a high-functioning girl on Wednesday evenings.

take a high functioning girl swimming at Lifeplex on Friday afternoons.

spend time with a high-functioning, high-school girl in the Pomona area.

Driver’s license required. Please call 844-504-8400 ext 9504

HAMASPIK

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.

HAMASPIK

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

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

Gain experience in Special Education and ABA

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

Maalos & etc). Please call 845352-0380 or 877-619-9999. HEIMISH YOUNG COUPLE looking to adopt baby/young child. Text/call 347-461-1914 LOOKING FOR A shul in chestnut ridge is Looking for a free ‫סוכה‬, if you have an extra one please call 732-672-3585 or email elsu3585@gmail.com LECHU V’NELCHA Shiurim for post seminary girls given every Wednesday night. Call the LVN hotline (718)480-0586 SEEKING GOOD SPEAKER on marriage and shalom bayis call 845-426-2064 TRANSFORM! Live life stress free! Iyh thurs. @10 am 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 6417150709 pin 549732 ref 99

GEMACHIM MONSEY GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.

DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 mailbox #1 BABY CHASUNA GOWNS Adorable gowns and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. Call 4253049 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach 917.697.0790 CHASUNAH ORNAMENT for rent @ $3. West central area 371-1765 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 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 GEMACH ZICHRON NACHMAN hospital supplies including TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & All feeding supplies. To donate or receive. Please call 845-7468293. ELEGANT HATS For short term rental please call 845-517-0838.

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GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee). FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 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. ODE YESHAMA Ear-plug gemach (individually wrapped) for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby

Mindy (845) 376-3303

headsets also available. 845202 -0105. TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513 SHOE GEMACH white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845200-0211 TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105 PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885 REFLECTOR GEMACH If your’e having guests and need reflectors call 347-9776816 PHONE GEMACH We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 PIDYON HABEN zichron elimelech coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-4261681 845-642-7256


& gowns // lost & found BRIS L’ZMAN Blue light for bris call/text. 845-537-8080 FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536. GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333 ROOF CARRIERS 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845662-7102. FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! BECHER GEMACH Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gown gemach. Please call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 CHUPPA CARDS. Please call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278

DRESS/GOWNS SASHES!! Kids Gown Rental. Please Call for appointment, 845323-0840 ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 KLEINFELD GOWN

Exquisite and elegant kleinfeld gown for sale. Worn once. Call Jacob 845-422-0945 designer gown for sale. Very slenderizing style. Please call or text: 845-608-9094.

Sz 14 girls ivory jumper @ $35. Toddler 4 ivory/gold @ $25. Teen approx sz 6 ivory and gold dress-gown. Worn once. 371-1765 Off white gown to rent. reasonable price.Call or text: 596-9318 Kleinfeld kallah gown size 2-6. Rent or buy, 8456520990 light color gowns size 00,0,2 and childrens gowns size 12, 8,5 and 18 months. Call 845642-4968 Black and White cocktail length gown size 2-4 for rent 845 362 2473 ladies black gown with royal blue flowers, size 6 for rent, price $350. Please call 845.426.2179 Size 6 navy and floral gown for Sale for just $150 !! Call 709-1818 Silver and black medium maternity gown. 2743993 girls pink gown, approximately size 12, rent: $200 or sale: $400, Please call 845.426.2179

MISHPACHA SHUTTLE SERVICE Free transportation for: United Healthcare - Community Plan MVP HMO Insurance Affinity HMO Insurance Wellcare Insurance Please call for more details

Medicaid 1-844-666-6270 Local & Long Distance Heimish Man/Lady Drivers We Accept Steady Trips

845-480-2115

Gown in Cream/Rose. Size 00. Call 352-4470 2 blush gowns. Worn once. Sizes 10&12. Plz call 845-3529582. size 14 woman ivory color great price. call 573-9270 2 Italian Fabric in white/ blue coloring gowns. size 16 girls and 2 or 4 women. call 845 323 5544 light colored gown size 4-6 for sale. Call/text 8454995769

white lace high waisted bodice, gold tule bottom, 4 matching children’s gowns, Sizes 3-6-10-12 Call 845-4251324 Green and Black size 10-12 Cocktail length for rent, Please call: 845-587-0204 Beautiful white and green dress for sale-size 2. Please call/text 845-269-8649.

[some new] cheap. 845-425 7780 black and white dress for rent. call 845.376.3412. If you picked up this dress and didn’t return it yet, please call.

LOST

Flattering up-to-date maternity gown for rent (845) 548 8313

cocktail dress. 3526626 Black and white classy gown for sale (845) 548 8313

one grey crock Brewer/ Saddle River area. 347-5246815

Mechatenista Chasunah dress off-white/black approximately size 8. Also Pre-teen Size 0-2 gown. 845425-3782

silver grey gown for mature teen or young woman .size 0-2.worn once please call 201863-4463 or 201-686-9133

If you picked up a black and white maternity dress to try and didn’t return it please call 845.376.3412

maternity mechateniste dress black for rent. Size M. Please call 845-578-5750.

burgandy and pink ruffle girl swimsuit. If found please call 845-538-3341

Kids LILAC JUMPER GOWNS sizes 3 - 14. Flowers on top with Tulle on bottom. 8 pieces

silver canon camera at Kakiat County Park on Tuesday July 31.call/txt 732 610 3785.

Ladys size 6 cocktail length black / optional black and white dress call 3474860344. Kleinfeld Bridal Gown. Size 8 Tall. 3526626

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Classifieds Development Office Manager Monsey Full Time • • • •

Will work with all team members to support the achievement of work plan activities designed to achieve department goals Coordinates and oversees special projects independent or in cooperation with other Development personnel Strong working knowledge of all social media and experience with computer programs essential Supports the development and implementation of Agency’s comprehensive public relations strategy to enhance public awareness Compensation commensurate with experience. All female office Excellent benefits and work environment.

Please send resume to efeder@chesed247.org or call 845-354-3233 ext 1121.

FOUND Gray carriage in La Familia trunk. Call 845-425-5304. camera on weiner drive 845-371-2759 on Nelson, near Schlesinger shul single diamond earring : call 8456416184. pink summer blanket, last summer on main st.8452632846 8 gb sd card in Zirs car service 8452740326 cash in front of evergreen this Thursday - 347-460-7543 Children’s earring on lag beomer 845.352.2156 diamond pin at krausz-kind wedding in vilchovitz, wednesday august 1st. (H) 845-356-2584 black fabric camera case many months ago in la familia taxi (H) 845-356-2584 2 hub caps from vehicles. One from a Nissan. If yours pick up in front of 48 Jill Lane. If you had a cleaning lady who steeled some silver plated small objects from you, please come pick it up at‫סקווירא השבת אבידה‬ center found boys plastic eyeglasses in Eugene park 845.354.7729

FREE GIVEAWAYS One twin size box spring in good condition with frame call/txt 973 668 8084 Dressers, desks,portable dishwasher,kitchen table, bookcase,oven,washer and dryer, bed (hi-riser)with wooden frame, couch . Please call 718-541-6467 Jungle gym baby mat with arches,Lights and music. Perfect condition. 425 3069Binah-mishpacha and ami magazines . 425 3069 2 Extra large soft fixes. 1 gold 1 silver 425-3069

Rayim is looking for a girl or lady to be with a well behaved 7-yearold girl with special needs, 2 Shabbosim for the suedas, in the Forshay area. If interested please call 718-692-1050

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

Unopened box of pre filled insulin Humulin ‘kwikPen’ pens. Disposible. 5 pens x 3 ml each good until 07/20. 347 374 0770

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

bed, outdoor metal table set, stool, electric heater, sukkah 929.213.5472

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

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

Use standard text only – no all caps.

2 Elecare, 2 Nutramigen, 1 stage 3 Materna dairy. Please call 352-6313

Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting.

5 drawer chest, natural color call 352.2277

There’s a maximum of two free classifieds per person per week.

Do not fax any free classifieds.

A classified ad that doesn’t meet the above conditions will be automatically rejected.

couch in good condition, perfect for playroom (solid wood base) 2019833748

The Monsey View reserves the right to omit or cut words from any free classified ads without confirmation.

box of misphacha and family first. by garage door. 139 maple ave.

We do not give confirmations for free classified ads.

2 old WHITE CERAMIC SINKS [22 x 25], 5 old BLACK LEATHER nail studded CHAiRS [some legs broken] 845 -425 7780

*****

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

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


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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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‫הילולת הרה"ק מהר"א מבעלזא זי"ע אצל מ"מ האדמו"ר מבעלזא‬

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845 782 6558

TAG ALONG

DART MEDIA

CAN’T MAKE IT TO A TAG LOCATION?

FIND OUT WHEN THE TAG MOBILE WILL BE NEAR YOU.

Concord Area

‫ציסון הרה"ק‬ ‫מ‬

‫קולען‬

‫ציוןוי הרה"ק‬ ‫מו‬

‫זשניץ‬

‫צי‬ ‫מון הרה"ק‬

‫ריבניץ‬

‫ערב ר"ח אלול‬ THURDAY, AUGUST 9 5:00pm-9:00pm Tzion of Skulen, Rivnitz, & Viznitz Viznitz Cemetery, 294 Route 306.

SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 6:00pm-10:00pm In the front of ‫ביהמ״ד מקור חיים‬ 7 Valencia Dr. in Concord area.

TAG VOLUNTEERS will be here to help protect all your technology devices including: • Computers • Laptops • Tablets • Smartphones • Basic Phones • Cameras • Gaming Devices • MP3 Players

845.371.1TAG 8 2 4 ROCKLAND TECHNOLOGY

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‫בחורים אין מחנה יורה דעה לערנען זיך שחיטה‪ ,‬סופרות‪ ,‬און נאך הלכות‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫שמחת הברית לנכד הרבנים מעדעלין וראשית חכמה בביהמ"ד ברסלב בקרית טאהש‬


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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫בחינה הראשונה במסכת פסחים במסגרת עמוד יומי בשיכון סקווירא‬

‫די בארימטע 'קדם' פירמע האט אפגעשטאט א באזוך אין די זומער קעמפס וואו זיי האבן אויסגעטיילט ספעציעל‬ ‫ערצייגטע קלענערע גרעיפ דזשוס פלעשלעך פאר די צאן קדשים אפצוצייכענען די זיבעציגסטע יארטאג פון דאס‬ ‫גרינדונג פון איר פירמע‬

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‫דש‬

‫זורה‬

‫זורה‬

‫זורה‬

‫דש‬

‫בורר‬

‫מרקד‬

‫טוחן‬

‫טוחן‬

‫מרקד‬

‫האדמו"ר מסאטמאר ואב"ד סאטמאר מאנסי בביקור אצל שחיטה המהודרת שע"י קיט"ל ד'סאטמאר בבאלטימאר‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫קעמפ 'גשר החיים' לערנען די ל"ט מלאכות‬


‫סדר יוﬦ‬ ‫השבﬨ קודש‬ ‫הנעלה המרומם ‪ -‬פרשת ראה‬

‫שמחת האויפרוף‬ ‫בבית מורינו הרב הגאון הצדיק המפורסם‬

‫מרן רבי יהושע‬ ‫‪‬ייפער ש‪‬יט"א‬ ‫אב״ד ״באר משה ‪ -‬טעמעשוואר״ בעיה"ת מאנסי יצ"ו‬

‫ונשיא ממלכת התורה "עוז והדר"‬

‫אצל בנו הצעיר החתן המופלג בתוי"ש החו"ב טובא עדיו לגאון ולתפארת פרי צדיק עץ חיים‬ ‫הרב משה שליט"א עב"ג בת מחותנו הנעלה כבוד הרה"צ המפורסם פאר מקדושים כש"ת רבי‬ ‫יעקב יוסף טווערסקי שליט"א רב דביהמ״ד וויזניץ‪-‬לעקוואד יצ"ו‬

‫שנת ת'הא ש'מחת ח'תונת ע'וז‪-‬והדר לפ"ק‬

‫הדליקו את הנר‬

‫בצפרא דשבתא‬

‫זמן הדלה"נ‪7:43 :‬‬

‫זמן תפלת שחרית‪9:30 :‬‬

‫שאו מנח"ה ובואו לחצרותיו‬

‫בחמרא טבא דביה תחדי נפשא‬ ‫קידושא רבא תיכף אחר התפלה‬

‫בביהמ"ד באר משה ‪-‬טעמעשוואר‬

‫אסדר לסעודתא בצפרא דשבתא‬ ‫סעודת יום שב"ק לערך בשעה ‪1:30‬‬

‫זמן תפלת מנחה‪7:45 :‬‬ ‫(תיכף אחר זמן הדלה"נ)‬

‫סעודתא דחקל תפוחין קדישין‬ ‫סעודת ליל שב"ק תיכף‬ ‫אחר התפלה‬

‫רעוא דרעוין‬

‫מנחה ושל"ש ‪7:45‬‬

‫ויה"ר שמשמחה זו יושפע רב לנו ולכל ישראל במדה גדושה וימלא ה' כל משאלות לבינו לטובה‬ ‫ולברכה לטב ולחיין ולשלם אמן‬

‫המצפים לקבל פניכם בשמחה‬

‫וועד השבת‬


‫‪Wheels of Fun Daycamp‬‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫הכנסת ספר תורה ע"י הרבני הנגיד ר' יצחק אליעזר יאקאב לישיבה ויואל משה דסאטמאר מאנסי‬


‫יהללו יברכו ישרים רום ערכת‬ ‫כבודו‪ ,‬וירומו לנס זיו הודו‪,‬‬ ‫כבוד אלופינו ומדריכינו‪ ,‬המאיר‬ ‫נתיבותינו‪ ,‬בכל זמני יומי ולילי‬ ‫הרב הגאון הצדיק המפורסם‪,‬‬ ‫עומד בין הדסים‪ ,‬נודע בשערים‪,‬‬ ‫בפעולותיו היקרים‪ ,‬להגדיל‬ ‫תורה ולהאדירה לתפארה‬ ‫ויהללוהו ויברכוהו וירוממוהו‬ ‫לדור דורים‪ ,‬בקרב ובתוככי‬ ‫עדת ישרים‪ ,‬בכל מיני לשונות‬ ‫של תהלה להללו לברכו ולשבחו‬ ‫שעושה‬ ‫שליח‬ ‫שליחותו‬ ‫תדיר‪ ,‬עו"ז זו תורה להאדיר‬ ‫לתפארת וליופי והד"ר‪ ,‬להשקות‬ ‫בזה נפש הדורש ומבקש‬ ‫עדי עד עולמי עולמים יזכר‬ ‫פעולותיו העצומים‪ ,‬לפאר‬ ‫תורת אלקינו בנעימים‪ ,‬ועל זאת‬ ‫בזמירות נריע להריע להמשפיע‬

‫ְּב ֵע י ֵנ י‬ ‫ָּכ ל ִי ְׂש ָר ֵאל‬

‫ַּב ּי ם ַה ה ּו א ִּג ַּד ל‬ ‫ֹו‬

‫ה‬

‫ֶא ת ְי ה‬ ‫ֹו ֻׁש עַ‬ ‫'‬

‫הלוא הוא מורינו ומאליפינו המאור הגדול לממלכ"ת‬ ‫התור"ה‪ ,‬הוגה בה חשיכה כאורה‪ ,‬עו"ז והד"ר לבושו‪ ,‬כליל‬ ‫תפארת על ראשו‪ ,‬באורו הבהיר מאיר לארץ ולדרים‪ ,‬דולה‬ ‫ומשקה מבארו לעדת ישרים‪ ,‬רועה נאמן לעדתו‪ ,‬רבים‬ ‫נהנין מאור תורתו וצדקתו‪ ,‬על ישראל הדרתו‪ ,‬שמו תהלתו‬ ‫הרב הגאון הצדיק המפורסם‬

‫מרן רבי יהושע‬ ‫לייפער שליט"א‬ ‫אב״ד "באר משה ‪ -‬טעמעשוואר" בעיה"ת מאנסי יצ"ו‬

‫ונשיא ממלכת התורה "עוז והדר"‬

‫מזלא טבא וגדיא יאה‬ ‫לרגל נישואי בנו הצעיר החתן המופלג בתוי"ש החו"ב טובא‬ ‫עדיו לגאון ולתפארת פרי צדיק עץ חיים הרב משה שליט"א‬ ‫עב"ג הכלה החשובה המהוללה תחי' בת מחותנו הנעלה‬ ‫כבוד הרה"צ המפורסם פאר מקדושים כש"ת רבי יעקב יוסף‬ ‫טווערסקי שליט"א רב דקהל וויזניץ לעקוואד יצ"ו‬

‫וזאת הברכה‬

‫עוז וחדוה מתוך נחת ושמחה ישרה בארמונו ואך בשורות‬ ‫טובות ישועות ונחמות ישמע בכל עת ועידן אצלו‬ ‫ויזכהו ה' עוד רבות בשנים להפיץ מעיינותיו חוצה‬ ‫לפאר ולרומם ולהד"ר את תורתינו הקדושה אלה וכאלה‬ ‫זה הזיווג יעלה יפה יפה עם כל הפירושים עדי נזכה לחזות‬ ‫בנין בית מקדשינו בנוי על מכונו ברוב תפארת והדר‬

‫אלה דברי המברכים לעומתו‪ ,‬המקושרים‬ ‫לכבוד מעלתו‪ ,‬המוקירים את רוב פעולתו‬

‫תושבי שכונת העריק‪-‬‬ ‫דיקעיטער‬


‫שמחת האירוסין בבית צאנז זוועהיל – טשערקאס במחנה דברי חיים צאנז זוועהיל‬

‫קינדער אין מאנסי בויען קליינע 'מאנסי טרעילס' באסעס‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫הגר"י לייפער נשיא ממלכת התורה עוז והדר בביקור אצל האדמו"רים מראחמסטריווקא וסקולען לקראת שמחת נישואי בנו‬


Efraim Wachsman & The entire Maven Team

Wishing you continued success!

Shmiely Greenbaum & Team

online + design

Nachman Lieser & Team

Moshe Paneth & Team

ZazoSell


‫ב"ה‬

‫ן דעם‬ ‫קבלה פו שם טוב‬ ‫ען בעל‬ ‫הייליג‬

‫לאמיר אויס'פועל'ן א "כתיבה וחתימה טובה‪,‬‬ ‫לשנה טובה ומתוקה‪ ,‬א גוט געבענטשט יאר"‪ ,‬פאר זיך‪ ,‬פאר טאטי‬ ‫און מאמי‪ ,‬פאר די גאנצע משפחה און פאר גאנץ כלל ישראל‬

‫ח אלול‬ ‫טאג ר"‬ ‫צווייטען‬ ‫עדן טאג‬ ‫פון דעם‬ ‫ל מען י‬ ‫‪...‬‬ ‫פור‪ ,‬זא‬ ‫אגן דריי‬ ‫י‬ ‫יז יום כ‬ ‫טאג – ז‬ ‫ב‬ ‫יס דעם‬ ‫דורכאו‬ ‫תהילים‪.‬‬ ‫–‬ ‫פיטלאך‬ ‫קא‬ ‫גן זעקס‬ ‫מען זא‬ ‫כ"פ זאל‬ ‫יין פאר‬ ‫אום יוה‬ ‫טלאך‪ :‬נ‬ ‫און‬ ‫יג קאפי‬ ‫גיין‪ ,‬ניין‬ ‫ן דרייס‬ ‫שלאפן‬ ‫או‬ ‫ין פארן‬ ‫עילה‪...‬‬ ‫נדרי‪ ,‬ני‬ ‫ין נאך נ‬ ‫ל‬ ‫כ‬ ‫ף און ני‬ ‫אך מוס‬ ‫נ‬

‫מיט'ן זאגן די קאפיטלאך‬ ‫תהילים יעדן טאג‬ ‫לוח פאר די דריי קאפיטלעך תהילים‬

‫אלול‬ ‫תשע"ח –‬ ‫ת‬ ‫שרי‬ ‫תשע‬ ‫"ט‬

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