געשיכטע אין אידיש 166 זייט
FREE ISSUE 179 DECEMBER 26, 2018
פרשת שמות י”ח טבת תשע”ט
Not Just Playing House Proper unpacking will empower your newlyweds
Of Kids and Kallahs
Dream Diamond or Dreadful Design?
The best type of nekamah is that of a Yiddishe simcha
Gratitude says: Grin and wear it
If the Dress Fits All is well… But if not? SURVEY:
Hunt for the Perfect Apartment Celebrate a simcha with a labor of love
DIY: Professional Chocolate Logs
we express care. Our high standard of care. Refuah ExpressCARE has the highest standard of personalized healthcare at your utmost convenience. Our familiar team of experienced medical doctors provide expert care with no appointment required and shorter wait times. Yes, we express care.
Now open Motzei Shabbos. 6:30pm â€“12:30am At TWIN SITE ExpressCARE PEDIATRICS
5 Twin Ave, Spring Valley, NY 10977 (845) 354-9300 | www.RefuahHealth.org
No appointment necessary Shorter wait times
SHUTTLES WILL BE IN SERVICE
Continuity of care Trusted Refuah providers
OR YOUR IMMEDIATE FAMILYMEMBERS HAVE GAUCHER DISEASE?
FREE, DISCREET AND CONFIDENTIAL TESTING
for Gaucher disease in the comfort of your own home.
CONTACT US NOW 718.669.4103 DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO FIND OUT if you or other immediate family members have Gaucher disease so proper medical care, including treatment if needed, can be provided. 5410 Edson Lane Suite 220 Rockville, MD 20852
1200 51st Street PO BOX 190781 Brooklyn, NY 11219
SIGNS & SYMPTOMS • Enlarged liver and/or spleen • Low platelet counts and Anemia • Easy bruising and chronic nosebleeds • Bone pain • Early-onset Osteopenia and Osteoporosis
To learn more, visit:
FLOOR SAMPLE & OVERSTOCK
SALE U P TO
DEC 23 - JAN 03
HELLO LIGHTING 845.351.8300 / email@example.com / 16 Melnick Dr, Monsey, NY 10952
beauty o f
D B R I
5 9 R O U T E 5 9 · 8 4 5 . 4 2 5 . 4 6 5 0 · HOURS SUN- THURS 11-6:30 FRIDAY 11- 1 BRAND NAME WATCHES:
BRA LE T E
f u l l
1 DAY BLOWOUT SALE
Suit Sale All Menâ€™s Suits
Near or below cost!
AMILA CLOSEOUTS by Cuff & Co.
Sunday, December 30 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM Atrium Ballroom 401 W. Rt. 59 Monsey, New York 845.293.2473 email: Info@cuffnco.com
Brand Designer Names: Bartorelli, Mattarazzi, Tiglio, Mantoni, Canaletto
A whole new line awaits ...
Distin ctly Sweet
Are you looking for something out of the box?...Come visit our showroom!
www.furnituregalleryny.com 10 Paiken Drive (Side Entrance), Spring Valley, NY 10977 845-263-6829 Sunday: 1pm - 5pm Mon, Tues, Thurs: 8pm - 10pm Wednesday: 11am - 3pm
12 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
ing. stop dream g! start savin
Jan 1-31 | exluding phone orders, departments and specials | minimum $50
E AS I E R B R E A K FAST THAN EGGS
IX â€¢ S
Off BUY MORE SAVE MORE*
SHOP BLUBELLE FOR THE WIN Enter our giveaway for your chance to win a beautiful crib by Braunâ€™s Furniture, plus a full linen set including pillow, hooded towel, blankets, crib sheet, and mobile. Follow us on Instagram @blubellebaby *with purchase of 3 or more items excluding layette
ONE WEEK LEFT!
EVERY $50 SPENT = ONE ENTRY DRAWING JANUARY 1ST, 2019
DEEP ROOTS. DEEP FLAVORS. An eternal people deserve an eternal herring. Six varieties deeply rooted in six unique towns capture the expansive culture, personality and flavor of the legend.
DEEP ROOTS. DEEP FLAVORS.
DEEP ROOTS. DEEP FLAVORS.
The Herring of Ruzhin
DEEP ROOTS. DEEP FLAVORS.
DEEP ROOTS. DEEP FLAVORS.
NET WT. 7.5 OZ. (213g) Keep Refrigerated
Lox & Matjes
A Herring that is Zahav Tahor—pure gold—luxuriating in the sumptuous splendor of Ruzhin.
The Herring of Breslov
The Herring of Salant
DEEP ROOTS. DEEP FLAVORS.
Lox & Matjes
The Herring of Kotzk
Pepper Jack Schmaltz A Herring with a Mussar Haskel—discipline of wisdom— steeped in the impeccable self-refinement of Salant.
NET WT. 7.5 OZ. (213g) Keep Refrigerated
The Herring of Volozhin Purple Matjes A Herring that is Gavra and Cheftza—uniting subject and object—with the analytical prowess of Volozhin.
NET WT. 7.5 OZ. (213g) Keep Refrigerated
Pepper Jack Schmaltz
A Herring that is Kurtz un Sharf—cuts straight to the point—with the wit and flavor of Kotzk.
NET WT. 7.5 OZ. (213g) Keep Refrigerated
A Herring that is Tomid Besimcha—perpetually happy —with the optimistic disposition of Breslov.
NET WT. 7.5 OZ. (213g) Keep Refrigerated
T HE B K W IG NEW YEAR SA LE. T R E AT Y O U R S E L F T O A M O S T LUXURIOUS DESIGNER WIG
$300 OFF 4 D AY S O N LY. JAN. 6 -10 SUN, MON, WED & THURS 10AM - 3PM
WITH PURCHASE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST
845 .37 1 .W IG S (9 4 47 ) @libbyswigsalon 33 Twin Ave. Spring Valley (right side)
22 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
IS ABOUT TO GAIN SOME
YO U R
S T AY T U N E D . . .
MOMS ARE CONSTANTLY MULTITASKING
their soers shld o ER +
401 W ROUTE 59 MONSEY, NY 10952 845-517-0215
2019 COLORS NOW IN!
Our Sale On Top Of Sale! In addition to already existing sale
Spend over $50 get EXTRA 10% off $100 get EXTRA 15% off $200 get EXTRA 20% off $400 get EXTRA 30% off Savings up to 70% Off! Excluding Basic Pants & Polos 3/$20
BABY, CHILDREN & TEENS BOUTIQUE | Boys 3M-14Y | Girls 3M-18Y
28 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
R TOWN WEâ€™RE EXPANDING TO YOU
HEY MONSEY SAVE MONEY
Âˇ available in family pack Âˇ
ov ppr ed
The most delicious way to get your Greek.
EXTENDED Regular points can be redeemed till January 10, 2019. Kallah points are valid till wedding day.
Redeem TIME TO
YOUR LINGERIE POINTS
Don’t forget to redeem your points before they expire. Points are redeemed with lingerie purchases.
Only kallah points will be honored on January 1. Please redeem your
regular points on a different day.
Find Your Favorite Brands
In Our Extensive Lingerie Department.
Get expert ﬁtting for a perfect look. We do FREE nursing conversions.
SALE 3-Pk Underwear
Buy 2 packs get the third at
4813 13 Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11219 5012 New Utrecht Ave. Bklyn, NY 11219 27 Orchard Street Monsey, NY 10952 250 Cedar Bridge Ave. Lkwd, NJ 08701
718-853-7973 718-435-4156 845-371-6770 732-886-9944
Most Insurances Accepted
No Appointments Necessary
V EYE EXAM DM
LTURES X-RA U C YS -
SUTURES WA D LK PP -
E R A Thank you to our loyal patients for keeping us as their #1 urgent care!
c a r e
845-356-2273 77 ROUTE 59 MONSEY, NY 10952 in front of evergreen shopping center
9:00am - 11:00pm
9:00am - 2hrs before Shabbos
MONSEY URGENT CARE motzei shabbos
45min after zman - 12:00am
CLEARANCE great selection of ladies Shabbos robes
30% off huge selection childrenâ€™s robes buy one get
30% off buy 2 or more get
40% off great selection of drastically reduced sleepwear
$39-$59 www.thelingerieshopny.com thelingerieshopny 4813 13 Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11219 5012 New Utrecht Ave. Bklyn, NY 11219 27 Orchard Street Monsey, NY 10952 250 Cedar Bridge Ave. Lkwd, NJ 08701
718-853-7973 718-435-4156 845-371-6770 732-886-9944
34 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
17 Main Street | Urban square | 845.587.4778 Hours: Sun - Thurs 11 - 6:30 Friday 11 - 1
DESIGNER SKIRTS SIZE 0-2X, 25-31 INCHES | WEEKDAY, SHABBOS, SCHOOL UNIFORM
Bianco SHIRT SALE ALL BIANCO WRINKLE FREE AND BIANCO BIANCO EASY CARE SHIRTS
NOW 5 FOR
VISIT ANY OF OUR LOCATIONS! BALTIMORE • BROOKLYN • CEDARHURST • CHICAGO • LAKEWOOD • MONSEY • TORONTO
385 RT59 Spring Valley, NY 10977 845.517.2830
Sale ends 1/4/19. Must mention this ad. Not valid with any other offer, special or discount. We are not responsible for typos. All prices are subject to change without notice. Other restrictions may apply.
REGISTER TODAY AT
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 39 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Itâ€™s 11:30pm, dancing was almost over, the Mechutin sprained his ankle...
(He got an X-ray and was back for the Mitzvah Tantz)
LK IN WA
1 MAIN STREET â€¢Â MONSEY, N.Y. 10952 ON THE CORNER OF ROUTE 59 & 306
845-371-7200 | WWW.CARE365.COM
MONSEY’S COMPREHENSIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & EMOTIONAL WELLNESS CENTER
Limited slots available! SOCIAL SKILLS GROUPS FOR BOYS ENGLISH & YIDDISH
SOCIAL SKILLS GROUPS FOR GIRLS ENGLISH & YIDDISH
CO-DEPENDENCY GROUPS FOR WOMEN ENGLISH
We are here to serve a your needs with personal care and attention =
PARENTING GROUPS FOR MEN ENGLISH & YIDDISH
PARENTING GROUPS FOR WOMEN
EVENING APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE
ENGLISH & YIDDISH
YIDDISH AND ENGLISH SPEAKING PROVIDERS
ADDITIONAL SKILLS & SUPPORT BASED GROUPS
295 W Rt. 59 Spring Valley, NY (845) 533-DAAS firstname.lastname@example.org
Call today to enroll or for more information:
845•533•3227ext.601 MEDICARE, MEDICAID AND MOST COMMERCIAL INSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED
Mordechai Binder, MSW Chief Operating Officer Pinny Brecher LCSW, CASAC Executive Clinical Director Gitty Weisz-Nussbaum MS, RPA-C Psychiatry Department
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 41 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
TEACHING YOUR CHILD SKILLS FOR LIFE IS EASY AS
Hamaspik ABA THERAPY ABA therapy applies our understanding of how behavior works to real situations. The goal is to increase behaviors that are helpful and decrease behaviors that are harmful or affect learning.
ABA therapy programs can help: - Increase language and communication skills - Improve attention, focus, social skills, memory, and self management skills - Decrease problem behaviors - Functional leisure / Self -Occupancy
Reiny Steif P E
Open Enrollment Ending Soon For Private Health Insurance Plans
most insurances accepted (including ďŹ delis).
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
YOUR DAUGHTER CAN will
Individualized Instruction • small class size • integration opportunities
Sunday, January 6th, 2019 1:30pm-3:30pm 200 Summit Park Rd. New Hempstead, NY 10977
Head of program: mrs. BracHa coHen director of student development: dr. ZaHava Wiener curriculum coordinator: mrs. sHosHana Bidnick RSVP requested: 845.368.2200 ext.300 | email@example.com | ashiraprogram.com The Ashira program hosted at Ateres Bais Yaakov and Bais Yaakov D’Rav Hirsch in Monsey, NY provides individualized instruction for high school girls who can benefit from an academically supportive enviornment.
OPEN JAN. 1st 10AM-6PM
SALE ENDS JAN. 6th MEN’S and BOY’S MEN’Sand BOY’S Dress Coats Car Coats Parkas Suits Sport Jackets Suits Sport Jackets Dress Coats Car Coats Parkas Pants Shirts Ties Shoes Accessories Pants Shirts Ties Shoes Accessories
BORO PARK: 5020 13TH AVENUE, 718.972.4665 | FLATBUSH: 1505 CONEY ISLAND AVE. 718.676.7706 | LONG ISLAND: 467 CENTRAL AVENUE, 516.295.5006 LAKEWOOD: 1700 MADISON AVENUE, 732.987.9480 | TEANECK: 215 W. ENGLEWOOD AVENUE, 201.530.7300 BORO PARK: 5020 13TH AVENUE, 718.972.4665 | FLATBUSH: 1505 CONEY ISLAND AVE. 718.676.7706 | LONG ISLAND: 467 CENTRAL AVENUE, 516.295.5006 LAKEWOOD: 1700 MADISON AVENUE, 732.987.9480 | TEANECK: 215 W. ENGLEWOOD AVENUE, 201.530.7300
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 45 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
ASK THE EXPERTS.
Our sleep expert team will help you select the best mattress for a good nights sleep at a value price.
Buy 2 sets, get up to
WILLIAMSBURG: 40 PENN ST, 718 624.3400 MONROE: 252 ACRES RD, 845.492.5500
Tying the Knot? Large selection of chosson ties. Special occasion ties in 2 styles and 30 shades in men's and boys sizes for all the men in your party. Custom matching to any fabric - give us a postage stamp sized swatch, weâ€™ll send it to Italy with a 6 week turnaround.
5020 13th Avenue
1505 Coney Island Ave.
467 Central Avenue
1700 Madison Ave.
215 W. Englewood Ave.
Sunday & Legal Holidays 10 - 6, Mon. - Wed. 10 - 7, Thurs. 10 - 8, Friday 10-2
Sunday & Legal Holidays 10-6, Mon. - Wed. 10-7, Thurs. 10-9, Fri. 10-2
Sunday & Legal Holidays 10-6, Mon., Tues. & Thurs. 10-7, Wed. 10-9, Fri.10-2
Sunday & Legal Holidays 10-6, Mon. - Thurs. 10-7, Friday 10-1:30
Mon.-Thurs. 10 - 9, Friday 10 - 2, Closed Saturday & Sunday
s t a t e m e n t
IAN M A
n o w d e l i v e r i n g
m o n s e y
E firstname.lastname@example.org • 170 Oberlin Ave N, #17 • Lakewood, NJ #seleqt_quality_bookcases
GREEN TAG BORO PARK 1411 39 St 718.435.4750
MONSEY 16 Melnick Dr 845.678.8624
WILLIAMSBURG 178 Wallabout St 718.330.1700
MONROE 7 Van Buren Drive 845.774.4100
*Amount must be paid in full, cannot be combined with any other offers.
*Receive an additional 10% off for no alterations
50 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
TOWN SQUARE MALL 77 RT 59 SUN - THU 10:30 - 6:30 FRI 10:30 - 12:30 T. 845.290.6148
SLEEP-TIGHT & COMFORTABLE
y, push s a
Relieve joint pressure
• Twin • Full • Queen • King
Experience zero-gravity weightlessness
Use with Your Existing:
Reduce back strain
WIREL ESS REMO TE
a but f t o
• Headboard • Platform • Dust Ruffle
126 Cedarhurst Ave. Cedarhurst NY 516.792.1191
5211 New Utrecht Ave. Brooklyn NY 718.438.3933
(Atrium Plaza) 401 Rt. 59 Monsey NY 845.414.9014
THE POWER OF PLAY
Join our informative ‘Power
of Play’ workshop by the renowned
Chaim Winter, LCSW a play therapist with 30+ years of
SEPARATE CLASSES FOR MOMMIES AND TOTTIES
experience and resident social work supervisor at Kids First. Gain valuable tools in bonding with your child through playtime and create a calm and kid-friendly environment at home.
20 Robert Pitt Drive #212 KidsFirstServices.com
MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTED
K E E P YO U R G A R AG E WA R M
6 WEEK SPECIAL Purchase minimally insulated garage doors and get a
FREE UPGRADE FOR THE BEST INSULATED DOOR.
845.354.6904 F 845.354.6093 E Zackgarage@gmail.com a 24 Washington Avenue Spring Valley, NY 10977
N D E RS
D AN I NG
*Miles for life is a non profit organization recognized by all major airlines.
5 minutes ago in Cleveland, OH
Landed in Cleveland. Life was saved after 16 hour surgery! Looking for donor to return home
Join our ‘Fly Week’ as we raise 200,000,000 miles for Cholei Yisroel
Miles for Life matches mileage donors to ill patients and their families in need of flying to world class medical centers across the United States.
Name of Passenger Chaim Stein From Brooklyn, NY
To Cleveland, OH
Fly Week January 6-12 2019
We match your miles with a patient in need
Register to donate
C A L L U S F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N
Tickets booked securely
8 45.492 . 3131
Campaign Goal 200,000,000 miles
ENTIRE STOCK PERCENT
BORO PARK 718.871.7841
KIRYAS JOEL 845.782.7720
קאמיקס געשיכטע אין אידיש
FREE ISSUE 179 DECEMBER 26, 2018
פרשת שמות י”ח טבת תשע”ט
Not Just Playing House Proper unpacking will empower your newlyweds
Of Kids and Kallahs
Dream Diamond or Dreadful Design?
The best type of nekamah is that of a Yiddishe simcha
Gratitude says: Grin and wear it
If the Dress Fits All is well… But if not? SURVEY:
Hunt for the Perfect Apartment Celebrate a simcha with a labor of love
DIY: Professional Chocolate Logs
YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:
D. GORALNIK Content Director:
R. REESE Associate Editor:
E.M. NEIMAN Creative Director:
AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator:
THE MONSEY VIEW P.O. Box 305 Monsey N.Y. 10952
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.
62 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
64 // Inbox 82 // Parsha 88 //
Week in Review
94 // Food 104 //
Trade and Trends
120 // Expectations 130 //
Setting Up a New Home
Seamstress That Wasn’t
The Apartment Hunt
166 // Comics 170 //
180 // Classifieds 196 // Pictures
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 63 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
// Talk of Town
הדלקת הנרות מוצאי שבת
הדלקתי נרותי והחלפתי שמלותי 8 4 5 . 6 7 8 . 8 6 2 4 | 1 6 M E L N I C K D R , M O N S E Y, N Y
NEWSWORTHY (Re: The Good News and the Bad News, Issue 178) Thank you for writing about the health history of everyone’s morning sip. It was a great read! It is good to know what it is that I consume on a daily basis. Please keep such articles coming! A Coffee Drinker
(Re: Week in Review, Issue 178) Last week’s Week in Review mentioned some yeshivos and schools in Ramapo whose students have received high averages on their Regents Examinations. I’d like to add the eleventh grade in Yeshiva Degel HaTorah to that list; they received an average of 98, I believe, in U.S. History. Thank you, A Proud Student 845
all your needs.
ANOTHER REGENTS SUCCESS
M&S SHOE REPAIR
MUMOIN CHECK CASHING
NOMOROBO SUCCESS (Re: Make It Stop!, Issue 177) I, too, was being bombarded by robocalls and telemarketers and saw a huge difference after I signed up with NoMoRoBo, a solution mentioned in your article. NoMoRoBo is a free service that identifies robocalls and then disconnects these calls after the first ring. It does not disconnect calls from the doctor’s office or calls regarding school closings and it may not disconnect heimishe robocalls, but it has
THURSDAY MONSEY, NY
Everest Equity Company , Inc. THE
ResidentialandCommercialMortgages TwoExecutiveBoulevard,Suite201 Suffern,NewYork10901 845.357.6900 Email:email@example.com|Web:www.everestequity.com The Everest Equity Company, Inc. Is a Registered Mortgage Broker New York State Department of Financial Services. Registered Mortgage Broker NJ, CT, FL Banking Departments. Loans arranged through third party providers. NMLS ID 12484
64 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Sharing your Simcha.
GEt 15% off your next Chassan purchase. Valid until January 31.
845.425.6367 â€¢ Town Square Sun-Thu 10:30-6:30 Fri 10:30-1:00
sale sale sale sale sale sale
sale sale sale sale
definitely stopped at least 95 percent of the robocalls I get. Now I don’t pick up any call until after the second ring, and finally, there are no more interruptions and no more unwanted voicemails. What a relief! You can sign up for this service at www.nomorobo.com, where you’ll be asked to follow the prompts and then contact your phone service provider to authorize them to set up the NoMoRoBo service. This last step is very important — you won’t see a difference unless you contact your provider. Hope this helps your readers, and thanks for a great magazine! Suri Frenkel
AT T EN T I O N K AL L AH S
s a l e en ds f ebrua ry 1, 2 0 1 9
off any wig c a l l f o r d e ta i l s
zissy bk yafi cw mr irene miri bella
845-671-2911 h i n dy e i n h o rn
we accept all major credit cards
66 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
5 rose garden way #301
QUEST FOR THE PERFECT PAN CONTINUES (Re: Quest for the Perfect Pan, Issue 176) Thank you for your article on Teflon and cookware. As you see, I don’t get to my reading pile on time, but I clipped the article and read it today. I was wondering if you looked into terracotta coatings. I long stopped using Teflon coated pots and use ceramic-coated instead, but as I see, you’re not a big fan of those. Is it the aluminum underneath the ceramic that is the problem? If yes, does the aluminum still present an issue if the coating is intact? My cholent pot is from the Bialetti brand with a non-stick terracotta coating (yes, it’s dark orange inside). Would you know if that’s okay? Perhaps you can do a follow-up article to answer the questions above, as well as the following questions: When using a dispos-
Omedia / 845.200.3536
LO O K
alla K r a e D
U R TA
CUSTOM HATS h,
hat, d e n g i m des o t s u c ur ook... l o r y u e t o c re a le... Y y t s Come r Yo u . . . e t s a Yo u r t y o u, to help Lo o k i n
g fo r w
HATS - HEADBANDS - BANDS - BERETS - WHITE TICHLECH - EVENING BAGS - CAPES - & MORE
able aluminum pan, does it help to line it with baking paper? Is it protective? What about baking paper itself (e.g., silicone-coated, vegetable-coated, etc.) — is it healthy? And speaking of silicone, what about silicone pans? And one more quest: the best challah pan… Any clue? Thank you so much for your excellent work! Baila Boosta RUCHY REESE RESPONDS: Thanks for writing in! I actually do find ceramic to be of the safer cooking options and specifically mentioned the brand Xtrema in my article as being hailed as the chief of ceramic cookware. Their products are pretty expensive, though. Ceramiccoated (aka enameled) cookware are generally also good, but this depends on what the ceramic is coating! Many companies advertise ceramic-coated products, but in reality, the inside of the pan is Teflon while only the area that touches the burner is ceramic-coated, causing that ceramic-coating to be worthless. Even when the ceramic is inside, make sure the coating is intact. Truthfully, I have less concerns about metals, even aluminum, than I do about Teflon. As for the Bialetti brand, according to my research, their line called “Terracotta Xtra” actually appears to feature no terracotta (aka clay) at all. It is only “terracotta-style,” according to a press release published before the line was launched. I’m assuming its non-stick coating is from the new line of Teflon, because it isn’t proclaimed PTFE-free (Teflon), or free of
68 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Touch children's lives with a Master's in Education. CertiďŹ cation for Special Education available
Early Childhood Education
Interested in health and nutrition? Become a Registered Dietitian or Nutritionist
destination. no travel necessary.
Become qualiďŹ ed to provide A.B.A. (Applied Behavior Analysis) services
b.c.b.a. & l.b.a.
s s ah w it h o ut r na pa our hashkafa h ur ing y is
courses wherever you are!
re! ou a ry
Pu r c o mp s u e y r om o
le wher eve ailab Av online programs
Call to register:
You have the ability to change someone's life, with a Master's in Social Work
choosing? call us!
F it Se oun Re s el e ar r vi d e d z i y a ng i t h e n 19 9 6 b y M r s . R v e r 2 0 c o m m u nit y f o r o
For more information: www.testingandtraining.com
Gourmet Diet Food r. Delivered to Your Doo
Get 3 Fresh Meals + 2 Snacks delivered daily to your house. All meals are customized to your individual calorie needs; based on your age, height, weight, and diet requirements. Eat delicious healthy foods fresh every day and feel great again! Call us today for your first week trial promotion and reach your diet goals sooner!
New Hashgacha! We deliver anywhere in the USA.
70 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
PFAS (the family of chemicals that include C-8 and other suspected chemical compounds). As for real terracotta (clay) cookware, I’m also not jumping for joy. While it’s claimed to be “natural” and people have used it for thousands of years, it doesn’t take into the equation that our generation is estimated to be exposed to between 30 and 50 thousand chemicals that the previous generation was not. Many substances are absorbed into the soil through acid rain, factory runoff and other pollutants. Real terracotta cookware is reactive, meaning that it leeches back into the food, and who knows what harmful substances have been absorbed? Users have reported a clay aftertaste, muddy-looking food, and in some cases, generally feeling unwell after cooking in terracotta. Personally, I’d rather stick to glassware, ceramic-coated cast iron and stainless steel for cooking. (And yes, sometimes disposables, too! That’s for the mental/emotional component of health...) As for silicone and various parchment papers? Those are massive studies unto themselves. As of now, I have no information to share. The best challah pan? I’m once again leaning toward enameled cast iron, though I’ll admit I have yet to actually try it... They do say that Dutch ovens make awesome artisanal bread, so why not challah? Glass baking pans are also an option, though there seems to be a learning curve and experts recommend that oven temperature should be reduced by 25° when using glass. I hope this helps in your own quest for the perfect pot!
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 71 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
S P EC TA C U L A R w i n t e r s a l e ! SHABBOS DOESN’T WAIT
*Sale starts Thursday.
Town Square Mall • 845.426.5511
72 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
(Re: When Shabbos Waited for Me, Issue 173) A couple of weeks back you had a wonderful article outlining the heralding of a stress-free Shabbos. In just a few paragraphs, tips were given for competently preparing for Shabbos throughout the week instead of living within the confines of a hectic preShabbos pressure cooker. This article was followed by a scenario fresh out of exactly that kind of pressure cooker that one was so carefully advised against. Everything that could go wrong did go wrong, primarily because it seemed that an entire week’s worth of housework was crammed into several hours with a deadline that would not budge. And why was there naptime when Shabbos was at 6:36? Water running over the bathtub through the neighbor’s ceiling (supervision please!)? No soaked (checked?) beans? And what’s wrong with chicken from the chicken soup for a family of two adults and some little ones? And all of the laundry needed to washed, folded and ironed? Also, why was the husband actually disappearing with the children, only to return within a half-minute to licht tzinden? And how proper was it to deceive his wife until she tearfully accomplishes all the “mustdo’s”? Tatty should have used his cheerfulness to cheerfully place his kinderlach in the care of someone whose Erev Shabbos afternoon was serene, and then cheerfully assisted his wife in her attempt to beat the clock and attain a cheerful “sense of peace.” This attempt at hilarity
S E R O T S T A E R G 6
THIS MOTZEI SHABBOS, DEC. 29 8-11 & SUNDAY, DEC. 30, 11-7 IN THE GENUINE SHOP IN TOWN SQUARE
50% OFF ALL DRESSES, TOPS & SKIRTS
T&R DESIGNER SHOE CLOSEOUTS 347.786.1616
(BASICS ARE NOT INCLUDED)
TRENDY JEWELRY 50-70% OFF STERLING SILVER JEWELRY 30% OFF PENDANTS BUY 1 GET 1 FREE
PER BED (REG. UP TO $200)
KALLAH SPECIAL: GET 4 VOCHEN AND 3 SHABBOS TICHLECH FOR ONLY $599 SPECIAL: BUY 1 TICHEL, GET 2ND FREE
ENTIRE WINTER COLLECTION 70% OFF AND BELOW
WEEKLY SPECIAL d n a s e r a f r u O e c i v r e s r e m o cust L A I C E P S e r a . d n u o r r a e y l al
845.352.4022 Check us out online:
74 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
HOTEL CAR RENTAL INSURANCE CELL PHONES CUSTOMIZED ITINERARY DRIVERS & TOUR GUIDES
should have been placed as a precedent to the article on Shabbos prep for a calm Erev Shabbos, or omitted entirely as to me, it definitely does not sound like a realistic scenario. R.S.
ATTENTION DRIVERS I want to share a miracle and raise public awareness so that miracles of this kind are no longer needed. It happened this morning. An almost-five-year-old boy was waiting on the sidewalk for his bus. The bus arrived, put out its flashing stop sign — and a car on the opposite lane sped right through it. The bus driver beeped. Loud. Long. The car’s driver stopped, realizing what he’d done, and he began backing up toward the front of the bus — to where the mother had just let her little boy run into the road toward his bus. Yes, we yelled; the bus blasted. And yes, the driver of the car stopped backing and a very frightened boy made it safely to his bus. Chasdei Hashem. The issue was certainly a lack of awareness, because this happened on Ellish Parkway where there’s the old-style patch of grass in the middle of the road separating the right and left lanes. However, despite this patch of grass, Ellish Parkway is one road, and vehicles must honor stop signs from buses on the facing lane. As for the second important point, remember how absolutely important it is for drivers to honor bus stop signs. May we and our children merit Hashem’s protection when we go and when we come — and all the time in between. P.K.
Notice Due to next weekâ€™s legal holiday, the upcoming issue of The Monsey View will be on newsstands early morning on
THURSDAY, JANUARY 3rd
The advertising deadline will be as usual on Monday, December 31 at 5:30pm.
SIGN UP TO OUR EMAIL LIST and get to see issue 180 on Wednesday morning, a day before it appears on newsstands. Visit www.themonseyview.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Lunch Specia ls! 4 Specials to choose from:
• Olive Cheese Panini + Chips + Soup
• Tomato Onion Panini + Chips + Soup
• Mushroom Cheese Wrap + Chips + Soup • Caesar Salad + Soup
*Offer ends Dec. 26, 2018
3 PERLMAN DRIVE SPRING VALLEY, NY 10977 845.440.5055 | STORE HOURS: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
Good till the last bite.
ORDER ONLINE: BITESCAFENY.COM תחת השגחת הרה״ג ר׳ יחיאל שטיינמעץ שליט״א- חלב ישראל
Visit Parkled Comeour seeBoro our new three-floor show 10,000 room! patented fixture Special consideration for lumens. decorators/designers.
Ask us about our in-house design team! $700.00 l! 8 light brass & crystal chandelier ia Spec
ial! Spec All-crystal 12 light chandelier Gold/Silver
Spring Valley: 845.425.9070 | 28 South Central Ave
80 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
For great outdoor solutions…
Our high level of service and capability to accommodate any size group or function, makes John To Go the tri-state area leading Restroom Service Company We service 5 boroughs of NYC, Northern NJ, Rockland, Orange, Putnam, Westchester, Dutchess, Sullivan and Ulster Counties
Portable Sinks Waste Services Restroom Trailers Shower Trailers Handicapped Units
877.564.6977 www.johntogo.com email@example.com
Foam Sanitizer Stand
היימיש און פארלעסליך
אברמי ברייער:אייער פריינט
Shemos By: Malka Schneps
SHIFRA’S* INFANT SON was critically ill, and her entire life revolved around his care and other issues relating to his illness. Whose turn was it to stay in the hospital? Who would watch their other two children? Would her son recover? One day Shifra was outside, and she could not understand why it was so very hot. Then she realized that it was summer! Shifra was so completely consumed by her son’s illness that even the passage of time had escaped her notice. There is a word we often hear in regard to challenging trials we face in life: consuming. One person might be consumed by grief, another might be consumed by debts, while another might be consumed by illness. When a person’s challenge is so great that it interferes with every aspect of their life, we call it “all-consuming.” Indeed, some nisyonos are so big that they dwarf every other concern. In this week’s parsha, Moshe Rabbeinu was tending his father-in-law’s sheep when he noticed “a thorn bush burning with fire, but the thorn bush was not being consumed” (Shemos 3:2). Moshe went to investigate the bush that burned yet did not become burned, and Hashem spoke to him from within the bush. One explanation given for this phenomenon is that Hashem was showing Moshe that although the Bnei Yisroel would suffer greatly, Hashem would ensure that they would not be destroyed. R’ Mordechai Gifter, zt”l, notes something unusual in the lashon. First, Moshe saw that “hasneh bo’eir ba’eish v’hasneh einenu uchal — the bush was burning with fire, but the bush was not being consumed.” Then Moshe asked, “...madua lo yivar hasneh — ...why does the thorn bush not burn?” Moshe did not ask why the bush was not being consumed, but why it was not burning — yet his previous observation had been that the bush was indeed burning, just not being consumed. What is the meaning of this apparent discrepancy? R’ Gifter explains that with the incident of the burning thorn bush, Hashem not only told Moshe
82 / THE MONSEY VIEW
that the Bnei Yisroel would not be destroyed in Mitzrayim — Hashem also revealed to Moshe all of the travails of the Bnei Yisroel in galus. The Bnei Yisroel would face many “burnings,” such as pogroms, expulsions, the Churban, etc., yet they would not be consumed. Moshe wondered how it was that the Bnei Yisroel could face so many “burnings” yet not be destroyed, and then he finally realized that no nation could withstand so much “burning” — it must be that it was not real burning, and the “bad” that would befall us would not really be “bad.” Although it would be painful to suffer through so many burnings, eventually we will be able to look back and see how it had been good for us. We would suffer tremendously as a nation, but it would ultimately be good. We are told the same about the suffering we endure in this world as individuals: After 120 years, when we come to the Olam Ha’emes, we will be able to look back at our lives and see that the suffering we experienced was ultimately for our own good. We are all familiar with the mashul of the father and son that addresses this issue. One day, a man’s horse ran away. The sympathetic neighbor expressed his sorrow over the man’s loss, but the man replied, “Gam zu l’tovah.” The next day, the horse returned, bringing a few wild horses with it. The same neighbor congratulated the man on his good fortune, but again the man replied, “Gam zu l’tovah.” The next day, the man’s son was trying to tame one of the wild horses when he fell and broke his leg. “I’m so sorry about your son,” the neighbor commiserated. But the man simply repeated, “Gam zu l’tovah.” The following day, soldiers arrived to take young men into the army, but the man’s son was spared because of his broken leg. “Gam zu l’tovah.” It can be so very hard to see the good in our suffering, but we must hold on to that glimmer of hope that someday we will see the good from it all. Hashem knows what He is doing, and He makes no mistakes. All we have to do is trust.
affordable A L L
W O O D
B O O K C A S E S
FACE FRAME CONSTRUCTION
1575 3 PC UNIT 117” WIDE X 87.75” TALL
ACTUAL ITEM SHOWN
M A N Y
2 PC UNIT WITH CROWN 78” WIDE x 87.75” TALL
A L S O
A V A I L A B L E
3 PC UNIT WITH GLASS DOORS & MIRROR 117” WIDE X 87.75” TALL
A V A I L A B L E
90” HIGH UNIT
O P T I O N S
SINGLE UNIT WITH CROWN 42.5” WIDE X 87.75” TALL
F I N I S H E S
96” HIGH UNIT
SINGLE UNIT 36” WIDE X 84” TALL
O R D E R
PLEASE LEAVE MESSAGE ESPRESSO
G R AN ITE & TI LE S
and Much More
Compiled by: Sandy Eller
Hearings Held for Schools Facing $70K in Fines over Vaccination Records Hearings held last week gave schools an opportunity to plead their cases and reach settlements with the county over the $70,200 in cumulative fines issued for failure to provide the Rockland County Board of Health with student vaccination records in response to the recent measles epidemic. All but one of the nine schools had their fines reduced by 90 percent. According to The Journal News, thirty schools at the epicenter of the epidemic were required to provide the county with weekly reports of unvaccinated students as well as full lists of student vaccination dates, in addition to keeping unvaccinated or under-vaccinated children at home. Officials warned that failure to comply with the directive from the health department could result in fines of as much as $2,000 per day. The majority of schools complied with the requirements. Administrators of the school that had been facing a fine of $40,750, and was ultimately issued a mandatory fee of $24,750, told health commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert that they did not realize the weekly reports needed to be sent after the incubation period
for measles at the school had ended. One administrator expressed frustration with the amount, saying that they had complied with the county’s requirements and that the one exception was the result of a misunderstanding, adding, “So how is this $25,000 going to stop this measles epidemic from spreading?” County attorney Tom Humbach noted that the fine was not the maximum allowed by law, and said that the amount had been reduced because, like all of the other institutions involved, the school had ultimately come into compliance with the county regulations. Humbach explained that the fines had been instituted to “deter others from ignoring the orders of the health commissioner.” More than 11,000 measles vaccinations were given in Rockland County since the outbreak began in October. As of December 21, the Department of Health reported 96 confirmed cases of measles in the county, and for the first time in weeks, no new suspected cases have been reported. Twelve confirmed cases of whooping cough have also been reported locally.
With Minimum State Standards Met, State Oversight No Longer Required for Ramapo Building and Fire Safety Department Improvements at the Ramapo Town Hall that have brought building and fire safety enforcement up to the state’s minimum standards have led to the elimination of a monitor brought in almost two years ago to ensure proper compliance. A state report issued on December 19 deemed the oversight unnecessary and recommended the termination of the agreement to appoint the monitor. “Currently, there does not appear to be a need to continue the activities of the Oversight Officer who was designated to oversee the Town’s activities relating to the administration and enforcement of the [fire and safety codes],” read the report. The decision has drawn protests from some, including firefighters and Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski, reported The Journal News. “I feel that an opportunity was missed
88 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
here because I envisioned a far more robust process with input from firefighters and the public,” said Zebrowski. The state-appointed monitor will continue overseeing the Spring Valley Building Department.
Planning for the future’s easier with a team. Insure. Prepare. Retire.
Our team of insurance and financial professionals are here to help you be good at life. SAMUEL FRIEDMAN
LAZAR H BRODY
ISRAEL I JUNG
BROOKLYN GENERAL OFFICE, MONSEY SALES OFFICE
23 Robert Pitt Drive, Suite 104 Monsey, NY 10952
YITZCHOK SCHWARTZ Senior Partner 718-486-4670 845-639-5202 firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com SMRU 1710429 (Exp.10/21/2018) | ©2017 New York Life Insurance Company, 51 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10010
A special thanks to all the volunteers that gave their time and energy to make this happen!!!
THANK YOU! 90 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
TRUST THE DOWN EXPERT
One Week Only! DECEMBER 30 - JAN 4
Mattress s r o t c e t o r P % 25 off
includes waterproof mattress protectors Your first stop for comforters, pillows, mattress pads, pillow protectors, & more
with every Kallah Package
budget friendly unbeatable prices
select accessories in stock
C O M F O RT Gift Certificates Available
by appointment only phone orders accepted
914.552.1386 | firstname.lastname@example.org
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 91 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
92 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
The Healthway Detox Program
Ask about our extensive line of fresh cold pressed juices delivered to your home
Simulated by our leading nutritionist Mrs. G. Wieder
The Healthway Detox Guide Receive a free guide with minimum purchase.
Organic produce & poultry
T H E R E T O
ALL MAJOR BRANDS
ORGANIC JUICES DAILY
A R E
T H E
HEALTH FOOD PRODUCTS
M A N Y
WE SHIP ANYWHERE
W A Y S
H E A L T H Y W A Y.
DIET & WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM
Eat clean this month with organic products delivered right to your door!
KNOWLEDGEABLE STAFF & N.D.
845.781.8181 WE VALUE YOUR HEALTH THE RIGHT WAY
94 / THE MONSEY VIEW
BY: ESTEE FRIEDMAN PHOTO CREDIT: IMAGEINATION BY FRIMET CHANA 845.558.6770 Decorative and classy, chocolate logs can be the perfect presentation from a kallah to a mechutenesta, be it for Purim or Tu B’Shvat (just decorate with some dried fruits!). The results are far more impressive than the work it requires; it really takes just a few simple steps. Both of the logs featured — one pareve and one milchig so you’re covered for any occasion — have a rich, quality taste, and
the secret lies in the premium ingredients used. With a little bit of skill, these recipes can also be adapted to create any flavor — caramel, halva or the taste of your choice. When decorating chocolate logs, there are no rules. Check out the cookie aisle, the chocolate section and the baking aisle for inspiration. It’s always nice, though, when the decoration on the outside hints at what the log contains.
THE MONSEY VIEW / 95
This chocolate log is rich and creamy with a delicious nut crunch. Itâ€™s a winner for every occasion.
96 / THE MONSEY VIEW
SUPPLIES NEEDED 9-inch silicone chocolate mold Double boiler
INGREDIENTS 2 T. peanut butter
1 lb. Shufra baking chocolate 1 bar Oppenheimer’s white baking chocolate 14 oz. praline paste 14 oz. nougat cream
½ cup crushed sugar cones (approximately 4 cones) 6 oz. coarsely chopped filberts (Egoz sells them ready)
TOPPING 2–3 oz. baking chocolate 1 sugar cone, broken into pieces Pardas chocolate caramel brittles, cut in half
DIRECTIONS 1. In an oven preheated to 350°, roast nuts in pan for about 15 minutes, watching that they shouldn’t burn. 2. In a double boiler, melt the first five ingredients. Once the mixture is melted, turn off the flame, add roasted nuts and crushed cones, and mix gently. 3. Place the mold on a sturdy pan or tray. Pour the chocolate mixture into the mold. Gently shake the mold to get air bubbles out. 4. Freeze for 4 hours. Remove from freezer and ease chocolate out of mold onto box or tray that you will transport it in. 5. To decorate, melt chocolate in a Ziploc bag and cut off the tip. Squeeze a narrow strip of melted chocolate across the length of the log, in the center. While wet, place pieces of sugar cone and caramel chocolate along the log. Drizzle melted chocolate on top for a finished look.
THE MONSEY VIEW / 97
Chocolate, Cheese and Cream This recipe takes the best of dairy, chocolate and crunch and combines it in one creamy bite. Filled with a cream cheese mixture, the taste is sublime, and you wonâ€™t wonder why it disappears in minutes. When a recipe calls for melting milchig chocolate, I opt for Shufra chocolate, since it is the most workable and tastes great. In total, youâ€™ll need five bars of brown chocolate and six bars of white chocolate for this recipe.
98 / THE MONSEY VIEW
SUPPLIES NEEDED 9-inch silicone chocolate mold Double boiler Piping bag with wide tip
INGREDIENTS 1 lb. Shufra white milk chocolate (a little less than 4½ bars) 1 lb. Shufra milk chocolate (a little less than 4½ bars) 14 oz. praline paste 6 oz. finely chopped filberts (Gold Nut sells them ready, take off some for topping)
CREAM CHEESE FILLING 1 bar (3.5 oz.) Shufra white milk chocolate 1 container whipped cream cheese ½ cup confectioners’ sugar
TOPPING ½ bar Shufra white milk chocolate, chopped into pieces ½ bar Shufra brown milk chocolate, chopped into pieces Some chopped filberts Brown chocolate, melted White chocolate, melted
DIRECTIONS 1. Prepare filling first: Melt chocolate in double boiler. Combine cream cheese with confectioners’ sugar and add the melted chocolate. Mix well, but gently, and put mixture into piping bag fitted with a wide tip. Set aside. 2. In an oven preheated to 350°, roast nuts in pan for about 15 minutes, watching that they shouldn’t burn. 3. Melt first three ingredients of log in a double boiler. Once melted, turn off the flame and add most of the roasted nuts (leaving a bit over for the topping), mixing gently. 4. Place the mold on a sturdy pan or tray. Pour half of the chocolate mixture into the mold. Gently shake the mold to get air bubbles out. 5. Pipe the filling along the entire length of the log, in the center, making sure it doesn’t touch the sides. 6. Pour the rest of the chocolate into the mold to fill and shake mold gently to get air bubbles out. 7. Freeze for 4 hours. Remove from freezer and ease chocolate out of mold onto the surface you will transport it in. 8. To decorate, melt white and brown chocolate in two separate Ziploc bags and cut off the tips. Squeeze a narrow strip of brown chocolate across the length of the log, in the center. While wet, place chopped pieces of white and brown chocolate and roasted nuts, using more melted chocolate as glue as needed. Drizzle with both brown and white chocolate for a finished look.
THE MONSEY VIEW / 99
Starting Shortly: EXPANDED WORKSHOP!
THIS IS IT! The marriage workshop of the Century A mandatory curriculum in defining a woman's role Revealing the deep, practical hashkofic secrets of marital happiness.
Whether you desperately want to improve your marriage or already have a blissful marriage, this workshop is designed for every married woman in every stage! LIVE WORKSHOP including six sessions via teleconference WITH Q&A:
Preparing kallahs properly in the dynamics of marriage
Hear enthusiastic feedback from previous participants on prompt 4 Ideal for Kallah teachers and Marriage Counselors too!
Beginning Tuesday, January 8 Followed by every Wednesday, January 16th, 23rd, 30th, February 6th, & 13th At 1:00 pm EST (NY time) Playbacks will be available through June
To Register & to hear a free demo, call
By Mrs. Shaindy Bilgrei
The workshop will also be available in Yiddish.
Listen on the line for updates in your language.
ENDORSED BY LEADING RABBONIM
716.229.4685 or 347.342.1110 E. Israel: 08
6312857 England: 44 3307772785
Beware: No other line is authorized to use Mrs. Shaindy Bilgrei's shiurim in any language
100 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Winter Promotions! Get ready now for wedding season and slim down with the unbelievable TruSculpt 3D!
Wedding Specials You wonâ€™t believe this safe, non-invasive treatment that sculpts and shapes your figure. An average of 25% permanent fat loss in one treatment! Full results take 6-12 weeks as the skin tightens and the body gets rid of the destroyed fat cells. Offering great discounts for wedding parties!
$150 off TruSculpt 3D treatment!
Laser Hair Removal Winter Special SALE!!! Using state-of-the-art technology for our treatments. Promotional packages include 6 sessions PLUS THE 7TH FREE! Small area $200, Medium area $400, Large $500, X-Large $800 (Offer expires January 15, 2019)
Email us email@example.com for more details and inquiries! 2 Executive Blvd. Suite #304
Weekly Deals GROCERY
GEFEN 16 Oz
Sugar 4 Lb.
Solid White Tuna In Oil 3 Oz
Stuffed Manzanilla Olives 21 Oz
Mini Or Real 10 Oz
Real Or Lite - 32 Oz.
Chestnuts Roasted & Peeled
Cherry Sours or Fruiterz Gourmet Jelly Beans 12 Oz.
Assorted Varieties - 3 Oz.
M NEW ITEMAMTAKIM
Premier Chocolate Bars
Assorted Flavors 3.50 Oz
Chocolate or White Chocolate - 16 Oz
Flats Pretzels Chips
Original Or Whole Grain - 40 Ct - 10.50 Oz
Assorted Flavors 3.50 Oz
Unbaked Kokosh Cake
Original Style Or Unsalted - 16 Oz
Assorted Flavors - 6 Oz
Crispsnax Whole Wheat
Plain Or Salt Free Box - 4.20 Oz.
To Go Snack Cookies
Abc Or Aleph Beis Cookies
Mini Rice Cake
Wild Berry or Tropical 8 Pack - 6.40 Oz
$ 69 MAN
Assorted - 5 Pack - 8.75 Oz.
Honey Bbq Potato Chips
Assorted Flavors - 5 Oz
NOSH Fruit Bars
Tube - 7.05 Oz.
Cooking Spray Olive Oil
Instant Chocolate Drink Mix
Iced Green Tea Citrus
Whole Spelt Matzah
Oil Or Water - 5 Oz
Can - 14.10 Oz
Chunk Light Tuna
Honey Nut Cheerios
Old Fashioned or Quick 1 Minute, 42 Oz.
Cooking Spray Olive Oil
Original Unsalted or Whole Wheat 10.50 Oz
Box - 16 Oz.
Mini Or Tiny 24 Oz
Hot Peppers Sandwich Slices 16 Oz
12/ 9 $
No Msg - 2.30 Oz.
Whole Hearts of Palm
Corn Flake Crumbs
Chicken Noodle Soup
SUPECRIAL GEFEN SPE
TRAY OF 12
House Blend Coffee
Flakey Twist Chocolate
Roll Cake Mocha
59 ROUTE 59, MONSEY, NY | CALL 845.352.4400 | FAX 845.352.4410 | SHOP ONLINE @ EVERGREENKOSHER.COM EMAIL INFO@EVERGREENKOSHER.COM
SPECIALS VALID THRU 1/8/2019 SPECIALS ARE FOR THE MONSEY LOCATION ONLY
Salmon Gefillte Fish
COME CHECK OUT
Crunch roll 95
SUPER IN-STORE SPECIALS
Avocado Cucumber Roll
WHILE SUPPLY LAST LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER
Thinnies Mexican Turkey Breast 6.50 Oz
Tuna Avocado Roll
California Tempura Roll
Mini Beef Cocktail Franks 5.50 Oz
COME CHECK OUT
SUPER IN-STORE SPECIALS
100 Ct - Shrink - 4 Hour - 100 Ct
Assorted, 1 Gallon
Round Lunch Box
Assorted, Reg. or Fit ‘N Free 16 Oz.
2 Cups, Asst. 8 Oz.
17 Ct - 14.40 Oz.
In Pods, Salted Or Unsalted - 12 Oz
Assorted, 8.80 Oz.
Potato or Vegetarian Cigars
Pizza Dough 20 Oz
Chocolate Souffle or Runny Chip Cake 25.20 Oz.
Herring Tidbits In Cream 7 Oz
12 or 16 Oz, Family Pack
SUPECRIAL SPE ACHLA
Spoons, Knives, Forks, Box - 100 Pcs
Hot Cups & Lids
16 Ct - 24 Oz
SUPECRIAL TNUVA SPE
Asst. Flavors 5.30 Oz
Gefilte Fish 20 Oz
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough 12 Oz
To our Valued Customers!
Egg Roll Wrap 16 Oz.
Savory Crepes 14 Oz
VEGI CHEF TOVAH
Pizza or Cheese Sticks 18 Oz
Follow the link http://tinyurl.com/ evergreenkosher
JOIN OUR MAILING LIST, GET INSTANT ACCESS TO SPECIALS, COUPONS & EXCLUSIVE OFFERS:
Please remember that you must give your phone number to the cashier at checkout to receive all of our amazing specials. We are so proud to have you as part of the Evergreen MEMBERS ONLY Family.
Original or With Olives, 7 Oz
Premium Cheese Spread
NNH A HE EC CK KA CHHSH PA C SHEER S ON PA R SYYM MBOL APPEEAARRSS ON BOL APP
NEW SHOP ONLINE @ EVERGREENKOSHER.COM
Assorted, 6 Pack - 4.20 Oz.
96 Loads - 150 Oz
Original Dish Lotion
Lemon Or Pink Spring Bouquet 25 Oz
Liquid Detergent HE Original
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS - WHILE SUPPLIES LAST - NO RAIN CHECKS
SUPECRIAL SPE LIEBER’S
The Monsey View gives the floor to local businesses for the names and numbers and what the market says about setting up a chasan and kallah apartment.
Affordable weighs in on
About of young
couples opt for the shelves with glass doors and mirrors in the center.
is the most popular color in seforim closets.
smaller apartments For
two-piece units with crown moldings are the most popular.
104 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
The set bought most often by chasankallahs is our
that includes three bookcases, crown moldings, two columns in the center unit and doors on the bottom.
Mimi’s Linen and Gifts
weighs in on
Linen and Bedding The most popular material in linen sets are polycotton sets. In addition to being stylish, they wash beautifully and require simple care.
On average, young couples start out with linen sets
The average kallah order contains four bath towels, six hand towels and a dozen or so assortment of dish towels.
Most kallahs take the timeless red dish towels for fleishig and about 50% chooses blue for milchig. The most popular dish towel color for pareve is black.
Shabbos tablecloths without liners are now a lot more popular than the ones that require liners.
are in for weekday — we see way less of designed and patterned varieties.
When it comes to bedding, down-alternative pillows are a lot more popular than downalternative blankets. Since those pillows are manufactured very well and are quite comfortable, many people choose not to spend a few times the price for real. The blankets that aren’t real down, though, weigh a lot more and are less breathable than down, making most customers opt for real down quilts.
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 105 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Eli’s Appliances weighs in on
Washing Machines and Dryers
The number-one brand we recommend for washer/dryers is Whirlpool/Maytag both for their quality and because they stand behind their products. Their parts are also more readily available and they are easily serviced.
of young couples choose front loaders that can be either stacked or installed side by side.
I recommend customers to stay away from
— although they are of lower price points — because if something goes wrong, both service for the machines and their parts are unavailable. I highly recommend extended warranties; everyone ends up using it, and any repair costs you more than the warranty does.
weighs in on
For a couple who doesn’t have space for a Whirlpool, I recommend the 24” stackable GE.
knives are rated best by kallahs.
The number one choice of pots is T-Fal for milchig and Farberware for fleishig. These pots are extremely durable and do not rust.
The three most common small appliances that are part of the kallah order are a toaster oven, percolator and hand blender.
106 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
The most popular brand dishes young couples start out with is Corelle.
The percolator we recommend is from the Le Chef brand. We never had any problems with it.
World of Appliances
weighs in on
Ranges and Fridges We recommend the GE gas range for all apartments. Purchasing a high-quality stove is a worthwhile investment, because it can always move along with you.
is not only the most popular size, but it is also of better quality and less expensive than the narrower gas ranges.
of young couples start out with only one stove.
The typical refrigerator purchased for new couples living in Monsey has interior space of 21 cubic feet with a width of 33 inches.
small rentals For
weighs in on
we usually recommend a unit with a freezer on top of the refrigerator.
The most popular dinette tabletop is colored glass. In addition to being much more practical than clear glass in that it smudges less and doesnâ€™t show fingerprints as much, hued glass also highlights the beauty of the chairs.
108 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
of kallahs start out with a large freezer.
On a daily basis, we have customers who regret not having purchased extended warranties. We recommend getting one for all appliances.
Most customers opt for
vinyl upholstery for dinette chairs. It is more practical than fabric and has a more elegant look than plastic over fabric.
Silver is the most popular frame color for dinette tables and chairs.
THE BEST SHOP FOR KALLAHS Newly Expanded Selection of Hats for the Mothers of the Chosson & Kallah
Many In-Store Specials Going On
Sunday -Thursday 11:00-7 :00 Friday 11:00-1:00 845.352.0757 Shoppers Haven Mall Evening Appointments Available
Sunday -Thursday 11:30-6:30 Friday 11:30-12:30 845.781.8006 KJ Shopping Center 2nd Floor Evening Appointments Available
Hats Bands Berets Band Hats Tichlech White Tichlech & Shirtzlech Capes Evening Bags And More...
D&W Furniture weighs in on
The most popular style in china closets is a
buffet and curios The two colors of wood chosen by most kallahs are walnut and ebony.
Our standard china closet has
weighs in on
Sprucing Up an Apartment
A sealed breakfront is a priority in each of our china closets.
110 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Diffusers are an inexpensive way of freshening up any apartment, new or old. From the countless options there are, the most popular brand of diffusers is Spring for their fabulous scents. They also have room sprays.
KY Chasunah Mall
weighs in on
Dining Room Sets The most popular upholstery for chairs is
Most young couples start off with six dining room chairs.
Young couples take dining room tables that are between 7 and 10 feet in length.
weighs in on
Custom Bedroom Sets In our custom line, we have the most orders for upholstered vinyl platform beds. The most popular color is the new gray —
Most people no longer purchase armoires. In fact, we don’t carry them at all. The most popular wood color customers choose for their master bedroom sets is Chicago Gray — a gray-brown color. White is next in line of popular wood colors.
Another great company that works well to match into any color decor is Aroma Blossoms, and they have coordinating sachets that work together to give the home a great scent.
To add dimension to any dining room, mirrors are the latest. There is an endless amount you can do with them, and they are available in many styles, sizes and at different price points.
For the kitchen, Real Seal features fake flowers that look like the real deal and make a statement in any kitchen.
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 111 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Braun’s Juvenile Furniture
Most young couples take leather couches, as opposed to fabric, and start off with a threeseater.
weighs in on
of our customers purchase a couch with a reclining option.
We recommend couches made of bonded leather to no one.
Until this point, most kallahs chose dark-colored couches in brown tones, but we’re seeing more and more gray lately.
weighs in on
Young couples will usually purchase basic couches in the $799–$999 range. Top quality isn’t a must, since nobody will be jumping on the couches just yet. Also, it’s not always worthwhile to invest in something much more costly at that point, since the couch might not work well in the next apartment.
Invitations should be mailed approximately four weeks prior to the wedding, and five weeks if return cards are included. The average family orders about
invitations, with numbers being on the rise. You will generally see larger orders in the chassidishe crowd.
Gold stamping on invitations has lately become very popular.
Our very largest order was for 3,000 wedding invitations. Since we specialize in high-end invitations, 95% of our customers order return cards. Two single cards are a lot more popular than folded cards. (This trend started because stamping two cards together costs less than stamping two sides of a folded card.) While white stock has been in for a while, off-white has never quite disappeared. In fact, it’s making a comeback, and we’ve begun seeing more of it.
The ideal number of personalized thank-you cards for a new couple to order is 300. It provides enough extra for future use, but not too much, as eventually the couple may want an updated style.
112 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Juvenile Design and Toys weighs in on
Trending today are upholstered beds with bed frames that require no dust ruffles. In addition to being stylish, they cost significantly less than the classic wooden sets.
Leather is the most popular upholstery chosen by our customers, closely followed by fabric.
For master bedrooms sets, shades in tones of gray are the most popular.
The standard dresser size purchased by new couples has eight drawers.
The menu is generally planned two to three weeks prior to a wedding. Out-of-town mechutanim who are unable to come down in person will usually join the meeting via phone conference.
114 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Although it varies greatly by family, most mechutanim invite between
135 and 150 couples to partake in the wedding meal, but the numbers often run as low as 100 and as high as 200.
Within the typical family, more guests are invited to the meal at the weddings of the youngest and oldest children than by the other children.
choose traditional dishes like grilled or breaded cutlets, the greater majority, about 75%, prefer something different, like chicken Kiev, chicken marsala or sweet and sour sauces.
Ateres Chaya Sarah weighs in on
Most young couples start out with basic mattresses and upgrade at a later point. The typical basic mattress has a lifetime of about
The majority of mechutanim opt for chicken as the main dish. Just a small percentage orders beef.
Great Kallahge Packaials spec d all year
Is your business strategically positioned for maximum tax benefits? Tax planning - the
RIGHT MOVE to
CHAIRS Entity Formation LLC, S-CORP, C-CORP, DBA
Entity Elections Sales Tax Registration
Consider electing your current corporation type with regards to the tax reform bill
Consultation Tax Planning
At Taxpertise you can explore the benefits best suited for your business
116 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Simplify your simcha preparations.
(845) 243-3212 firstname.lastname@example.org
NECB SUPER SAVER ACCOUNT No smoke and mirrors. No crazy minimums. Just a great, honest rate.
FULLY LIQUID | FDIC INSURED
OPEN BY 1/31/2019 AND GET THIS GUARANTEED RATE THROUGH 12/31/2019 * NECB Super Statement Savings: Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is effective as of December 5, 2018, and is subject to change without notice. $1,000 minimum balance to open the account. $1.00 minimum balance required to obtain stated APY. New money only. Minimum daily balance to earn the Annual Percentage Yield is $0.01. Fees may reduce the earnings on this account. No maximum deposit limit. Interest rate may convert to prevailing Statement Savings interest rate after December 31, 2019. This is a limited time offer and may be withdrawn at any time. Please visit necb.com for branch locations and hours.
72 West Eckerson Road • Spring Valley, NY 10977 • Tel: (845) 356-5300
118 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
From NorthEast to Far East (or virtually anywhere else worldwide)
for $3.50 per wire. Close loans. Buy merchandise. Pay vendors. Outgoing or incoming, foreign or domestic. Move money for up to ten times less than you might at other banks. Why? Because we’re a real community bank; we prosper only when you prosper. And we’re here to help you do just that. FREE CHECKING – BUSINESS OR PERSONAL | 25¢ RETURNED CHECK FEE CDs & MONEY MARKET ACCOUNTS | COMMERCIAL LENDING MULTI-FAMILY LENDING | BUSINESS BANKING PRODUCTS
72 West Eckerson Road Spring Valley, NY 10977 Tel: (845) 356-5300
So much time, heart and effort goes into selecting jewelry for a kallah. However, choosing such a personal gift can be tricky, and situations can sometimes get sticky, as confirmed by those who bravely share their stories of jewelry mishaps.
120 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
THE MONSEY VIEW / 121
Lost And Not Found About two years ago, Chumi Friedman realized that she lost the diamond from her engagement ring. “Besides for the shock, I was most definitely sad because of its symbolism,” notes Chumi. “We couldn’t afford a new stone then, so I told my husband that if he wanted to replace it, a CZ would be fine — and he went ahead and bought one for our 30th anniversary, along with a watch, which I was not expecting.”
Shaindy panicked when she woke up from her Shabbos nap as a kallah and noticed that a small diamond in her very expensive diamond ring was missing. “I didn’t know what to do, but I was instructed to call my in-laws-to-be and explain,” recalls Shaindy. “I was so nervous, but they took it well and sent me to their jeweler, and the diamond was replaced. It made me see the personalities of the people involved. They didn’t embarrass or criticize me over a stone; they were so understanding. It was a nice way to enter a family.”
Mothers-in-law can lose kallah jewelry too! Rochel* asked her mother-in-law if she could pick up her jewelry from the jeweler when she gave it in to clean for yom tov. Although her mother-in-law remembered seeing a third ring on the counter when she went to pick it up, Rochel’s beautiful diamond engagement ring was somehow left behind, never to be found. “It was upsetting to lose something so special and expensive,” admits Rochel, “but another part of me just couldn’t get so worked up over a material item. Clearly, for whatever reason, it was supposed to happen. Baruch Hashem, it was just a ring that I lost and not, chas v’shalom, someone I love.”
The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle When Toby’s diamond ring was stolen, she didn’t have the heart to tell her mother-inlaw. “I just decided to tell told her that I chose to change the setting, and I put a fake diamond in. I’m glad that she is none the wiser,” says Toby.
122 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Another switcheroo story did not have a happy ending, but it was clearly gam zu l’tovah. Bracha* had her heart set on a low, marquisshaped cut diamond in yellow gold — something tasteful, modest, pretty and understated. Both her father and father-in-law-to-be were in the jewelry business, and while each offered to make her the engagement ring design she had chosen, her father-in-law won out. “When I was presented with the ring, I was stunned, dumbfounded and horrified,” says Bracha. “Although the diamond was beautiful, I had never seen a ring so hideous and gaudy. The stone was set in a handcoiled platinum shank, surrounded by oddly cut smaller diamonds and built up so high it looked like the Eiffel Tower. It was not even a glimmer of what I had asked for!” Bracha continues, “It hurt me so much that although they asked for
ELIZABETH, the new collection inspired by the majestic imperial style. The linear design is enriched by the reﬁned details and contrast offered by the gilded inlays to create noble enviroments in a welcoming home, elegant and reﬁned home. The Queen Elizabeth concept encloses in a single collection the greatness of style and the harmony of shapes,
MADE IN ITALY
MONSEY: URBAN SQUARE 17 MAIN ST. #002 845.351.MALL (6255)
MONROE: KJ BUSINESS CENTER 48 BAKERTOWN RD. #306 845.782.MALL (6255)
adup media | 845.774.2387
my preference, what I wanted clearly didn’t matter. Years later, I asked my father to make the setting I wanted, and I sold the original setting. Gam zu l’tovah — it helped me pay for my son’s wedding. And when my sons got engaged, we always made sure to listen carefully to their kallahs’ ring preferences.”
Borderline Diamonds Three months before his chasunah, Moshe* and his family drove to Montreal. When asked at the border why they were traveling to Canada, Moshe replied he was getting engaged that night, and the officials started looking for valuable taxable items. The fact that each family member had a driver’s license from a different state also piqued their interest. The family was flagged and asked to wait outside in the freezing cold while the Canadian border officials tore their car and luggage apart. “They couldn’t find anything but the empty bracelet wrapper, since I had already given my kallah the diamond bracelet,” shares Moshe. “They asked me what had come in the wrapper and then asked my mother how much the bracelet was worth — it was about $1,100. They let us go in the end but put me and the incident on file.” A month before the chasunah, Moshe drove to Montreal from New York. At the border, they flagged him down and asked if they had anything to declare. Long story short, after he was forced to admit that he had the bracelets this time around, the officials searched the car and confiscated his kallah’s bracelet. Despite the fact that she had NEXUS membership, they revoked it for “smuggling” jewelry across the border, upping the $700 fine to $1,000! Moshe paid it so he could get the bracelet back, but he is appealing the charge.
124 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Faux Pearls Faux Pas Dina* was once at a wedding when, during the dancing, pearls suddenly flew all over the dance floor. Apparently, the kallah had been given a strand of pearls of inferior quality in the yichud room. “The kallah’s friends and family immediately began scurrying about the hall to retrieve the stray pearls,” recalls Dina. “The chasan’s family didn’t realize what happened, and the kallah’s parents got her something very similar the following day.”
An Attitude of Gratitude Is Good As Gold! Devorah adds, “We suceeded to inculcate in our children that nobody deserves anything in this world. You may marry into a family with financial struggles, and for them giving a CZ is like giving a diamond for another. Jewelry is a gift, and a gift is something you are grateful for because it is given from the heart and nobody owes it to you.”
126 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
During shanah rishonah, a pearl from a pair of drop earrings that Ahuvah received as a kallah gave her also went flying onto a chasunah dance floor while she was dancing. “I didn’t want my husband to feel bad, so I replaced them without his knowing,” divulges Ahuva.
After Raizy Adler was married for a few years, her husband surprised her with a 10-strand freshwater pearl necklace. “My face fell when I opened the box; it wasn’t what I wanted,” reminisces Raizy. “He asked me if I liked it. Of course, I said yes, but added, ‘Don’t they have the larger single pearls with one strand?’ I hurt him so badly that he never felt confident buying a piece of jewelry for me again. Ever since then, before yom tov, he tells me to get a piece of jewelry and that it will make him happy. “If I could redo that day, I would turn the clock back in a heartbeat, but you learn from your mistakes and life goes on,” says Raizy. “Now I know that even if you are not crazy about something, in some situations you’ve got to fake it and wear it — and always appreciate, above all, the thought and the feelings that go into the gift. Unless you really hate it, wear the gift at least a few times and always say how much you like it and appreciate it!”
Miri always dreamed of the setting she would choose for her diamond ring. She doesn’t like anything too typical and usually goes for a “different” look. “I was only mildly disappointed when I didn’t get to choose any of my gifts and received the most classic and typical of everything,” admits Miri. “I say ‘mildly’ because I didn’t feel worthy of having all these gifts given to me at all! I felt humbled and appreciative to my in-laws for everything.”
Besides for being the oldest in her family, Rivka G. was first in her class to get engaged. “I had zero expectations — I had no idea that a kallah even got jewelry and that it was the norm,” admits Rivka. “When a bracelet arrived a few days after the engagement on erev yom tov, I thought my mother-in-law was the nicest person in the world — it was so unexpected. This just goes to show how much more we enjoy things when we appreciate them rather than expect them. “Besides,” concludes Rivka, “the most precious gift of all is their son! What do we need more than a wonderful chasan?”
Just a few days left to get this years SUPER DEALS.
or appt. ll f
s? We do h ou
nâ€™t come t Ca
Come in to see our huge selection of appliances displayed in our beautiful showroom.
Special Attention to Kallahs
secalls! Ca ou
1 5 M i n D r i v e Fro m Mo n se y
Located in Mahwah NJ. 1003 Macarthur Blvd Mahwah, NJ 07430
845.517.0973 | www.woappliances.com
A few months after my friend Shani got married, she invited me, along with a few other girls, to her apartment. We were getting together to plan a class reunion, but of course, we spent much of the time admiring her new home. Shaniâ€™s mother is an experienced interior designer, and although not fancy, the small apartment was beautifully decorated. The furniture was simple, yet chic, and the space was cozy and inviting.
130 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
hroughout the tour, there was something niggling at the back of my mind, but it was only once I got home that I was able to put my finger on what it was. Why did Shani have so much stuff? She was married all of five months and did not yet have any kids, so how did she accumulate so many things? I went through the rooms of her apartment in my mind and pictured the shelves with the little knickknacks, the full breakfront and the cabinets that were already overflowing. How could Shani expect to keep her house organized when she started off completely on the wrong foot? Setting up an entire apartment for a new kallah is quite a job. Many mothers get overwhelmed just thinking of all of the shopping that must be done during the engagement. Aside from the strain on the budget and the tremendous outlay of time, the sheer amount of items that one has to purchase is incredible. Whether the engagement is eight weeks or eight months long, people are always rushing until the very last minute and the tasks seem neverending. Many people with experience in this area, and even local housewares stores, have put together a list of everything the new couple will need to start off their married lives. These lists, however, are just a suggestion; many of the items on these lists are completely superfluous. A waffle maker, for example, is not an item that most kallahs will use anytime in the near future. Feeling swamped by the gargantuan to-do list, many of us fall into the trap of overbuying rather than narrowing down the list to actual necessities. Taking the extra step of sifting through the list will save time and money and will ultimately prove extremely helpful to the new couple as they won’t be inundated with unnecessary things. When a home is set up with too many extras (which very fast turns into clutter), it is very difficult for a young girl, new to housekeeping, to stay organized. Starting off in the right environment is key to building the proper skills necessary to maintain a well-run home.
Begin by sitting down with the list from a housewares store. Together with the kallah, mark the items that are necessities. Once this is done, return to the top of the list and mark the items that would be nice to have. The remaining things should be crossed off completely. Keep in mind this kallah’s individual needs. If she loves to cook, her list will look very different than the girl who considers grilled cheese a gourmet dish. People seem to think that the stores will all be closing after the wedding. If you made the wrong decision and neglected to buy an item that the couple ends up needing, it can always be purchased at a later date. This scenario is far better than buying things “just in case” and acquiring a slew of items that are never taken out of the closet. Regardless of how long the engagement is, start the shopping right away. Furniture and anything that is space- or colordependent can only be chosen once you have decided on an apartment. All other items, however, can be purchased and stored in your house until the apartment is ready. Many stores offer toiveling services for large purchases; make sure you take them up on it. It is worthwhile to spend a little extra and purchase everything in one store — and have it all toiveled at the same time — rather than shopping around for cheaper prices and ending up toiveling on your own. It is a much bigger job than you think. And as soon as your purchases are delivered, wash and repack them and then store them in a safe place until you are able to set up the apartment. Once you have found a place for the new couple to live, you can choose the furniture and any items you left for this point. Don’t push off ordering the furniture as it can take a few weeks to arrive and you don’t want the couple to be stuck without it! If they will be renting, ask the landlord how soon you can move things in. Then you can start setting up the apartment. Start with the bathroom, kitchen and linen closet, as these are spaces with built-in storage and are not reliant on fur-
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 131 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Feeling swamped by the gargantuan to-do list, many of us fall into the trap of overbuying rather than narrowing down the list to actual necessities.
niture being delivered. In addition to the cookware and dishes, you should also fill the kitchen with non-perishable food items, such as spices, coffee and sugar. Things like aluminum foil and Ziploc bags should also be stocked now, as well as cleaning supplies like Windex, garbage bags, dish soap and sponges. It is a very important to make sure the cabinets are organized correctly. Don’t assume the setup will be adjusted later — it probably will not. Spend the extra time planning the layout and ensuring it is done properly, and when you set up the apartment with the kallah, explain to her the logic behind the setup so she knows the logic behind it. This will help her keep her home organized properly as it gets busier and they start to accumulate more things. Each time someone makes a trip to the apartment, have them take along some personal belongings that are no longer needed at home. This job is much easier if you do it a little bit at a time. It will also make moving in much less stressful since there won’t be much unpacking to do. If the couple will be staying there during sheva brachos, having all the clothing and shoes the kallah will be
132 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
wearing that week prepared in the closet is a big time-saver. Upon delivery of the furniture, set them up and fill the bookshelves and dressers. Go through the apartment to make sure there are no missing essentials, but remember not to confuse essentials with luxuries. Don’t fall prey to the notion that you need to fill every empty shelf or drawer. It is actually very important to start off with extra space. Every couple receives presents and buys new things after their marriage, and if there is no place to put them, the apartment will very quickly become cluttered and messy. Stick to the must-haves and keep in mind that you are starting your daughter off in this new stage of life — and providing her with the tools to sustain her beautifully organized apartment may be almost as important as filling the apartment itself. Chaya Dym is a professional organizer serving Monsey and beyond. Her years of experience in setting up all styles of homes with her trademark easily maintainable organization systems have earned her many satisfied clients.
FINDDesigned YOUR MATCH
Customize to your heart’s content.
Choose from a variety of fabrics & wood finishes T H E AC C ENTUA TI ONS KA LLA H Personal & attentive service | Affordable prices for every budget
1501 60TH ST, BROOKLYN, NY 11219 accentuationbydesign.com | 718 972 2300
Largest selection in a variety of styles | Quality that lasts a lifetime
Sun–thur: 10:30am – 6pm | Wed: 10:30am – 8pm
MENTION THIS AD AND RECEIVE THE NEW BAIS YAAKOV COOKBOOK
VALET PARKING AVAILABLE
X PE R
a ck a g e
FR E E
n y las er h a
SMOOTH AS SYLK sylk.ny
Look Good â€¢ Feel Good
L A S E R H A I R R E M O VA L + R E L A X AT I O N S PA
845.533.6920 BY A P P O I N T M EN T O N LY
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 135 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
MOVE-IN READY, ALL SET FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR ON THE RISE SO WORK CAN BE YOUR FOCUS
the perfect workplace Here @work, we take care of the little things so you can focus on what’s important: your work. With customizable options to fit every budget so you can plug in and plug away. Month-by-month payment means you are able to expand with no contract worries.
perks @work • Every office and suite is open 24/7-365 • Fully furnished • Unlimited internet • Conference room in a beautiful office environment • Kitchen fully stocked with refreshments • Mincha daily on premises
suites @work • Single office, double offices • Fully furnished • Internet Included
Take a complimentary tour today. Get in touch with us at email@example.com
136 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
200 Performance Dr, Mahwah NJ 07495
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 137 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
It sounds idyllic — get paid to shop for others, using their money. A dream come true, right? For those of us who hate shopping, wouldn’t it be great to outsource the job to someone else? Is hiring a personal shopper an unnecessary luxury? Or is it just good sense to avail yourself of a professional, someone who knows what they’re doing? And what’s it like to be a personal shopper? We spoke to Mrs. Chana Steinmetz*, a personal shopper with clients from across the frum spectrum, to get a glimpse into the world of personal shopping and discover how a personal shopper can help us navigate the busy shopping season that precedes a simcha.
138 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
AS SOMEONE WHO ENJOYS COLOR AND DESIGN, MRS. Steinmetz took pleasure in the shopping when she married off her daughter seven years ago, but she realized it entailed a lot of work. She had always been artsy (she designed her parents’ bathroom tiles at the age of 13 when her parents renovated their house!), and says, “Many people with my skill choose to become interior designers, but when my youngest child went to school and I was looking for something to keep busy with, I chose personal shopping because it was a niche that wasn’t being filled. I was already doing the shopping for family and friends, so I decided to turn my hobby into a business.” Her clients aren’t only kallahs or young women. Older women in their 60s and 70s turn to her for advice when they want to look young, yet don’t want to wear the same clothes as their daughters and granddaughters. She’s often consulted by women with difficult-to-fit figures for her expertise in making them look as good as possible. She does the legwork, helps them find clothes that flatter them, and gives her honest opinion, so they feel confident that they have the clothes they need to look their best. In addition to an eye for fashion and fit, and a knack for putting clothing together, one of Mrs. Steinmetz’s strengths is her ability to make quick decisions. She recalls one client, a single young lady with a distinguished profession who had no fashion ability to speak of. “She needed to look good for her job and for shidduchim but had zero taste in clothing and would agonize in the store for hours,” says Mrs. Steinmetz. “We pulled together a wardrobe for her with smart, useful
pieces and coordinating accessories, and now she looks great!” Aside from shopping with the mother of a chasan for her own wardrobe for the wedding and sheva brachos, Mrs. Steinmetz’s shopping skills come in handy when shopping for kallah gifts. “Some kallahs appreciate a few expensive pieces, while others prefer lots of jewelry, even if each item is a bit cheaper. I get to know the boy’s mother, her budget, and a little bit about their kallah, and then advise them on how to spend their money wisely.” Mrs. Steinmetz doesn’t just shop with kallahs and their mothers in stores; by now she has her own seamstresses who create her original designs and sketches and turn them into a wearable work of art. Sometimes the client herself has a dream gown in mind, and together, they’ll turn it into a reality. Some of her clients don’t even live nearby! Many of them are from overseas, where there aren’t as many stores with tznius’dig options, and if they’re making a simcha in the United States, they’ll choose to work with Mrs. Steinmetz to get everything they need for the simcha. Many of Mrs. Steinmetz’s clients know exactly what they need, and just want her help to find it while saving lots of time. Others, especially those making their first simcha, are overwhelmed at the thought of all they have to purchase, and Mrs. Stein-
In addition to an eye for fashion and fit and a knack for putting clothing together, one of Mrs. Steinmetz’s strengths is her ability to make quick decisions.
metz sits with them and goes through a list of what they need and how much of everything is really necessary. It’s not just dresses; she’ll take care of shoes, kerchiefs, belts, pocketbooks and accessories. She even accompanies some kallahs to their sheitel appointments and bridal headpiece fittings! No two clients are alike, and Mrs. Steinmetz works with each one’s individual taste and budget. She once had a set of identical twins whom she outfitted for a simcha. “One thought a dress was gorgeous, while the other hated it,” she says. “Each client is an individual, and I take their feelings and
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 139 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
wishes into account.” While Mrs. Steinmetz aims to please her clients and help them find clothing they like, there are certain lines she won’t cross, even if it means losing business. When clients want her to buy clothing that isn’t tznius’dig, she’ll immediately advise them to go elsewhere. Her goal is to make each client look and feel like a princess, but not at the expense of halacha and hashkafah. To keep prices reasonable and
Others, especially those making their first simcha, are overwhelmed at the thought of all they have to purchase.
to give her clients the widest range of options, Mrs. Steinmetz charges by the hour, as opposed to taking a percentage. She feels it gives her the most flexibility because then she’s not committed to one type of store
140 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
or a particular price range. “Whether the dress costs $1,000 or $10,000, the customer is paying for my time, my k no w-ho w and my expertise. I don’t want my customers to be tied to a particular price range or minimum amount,” she explains. Another trait that comes in handy is excellent people skills. Navigating a tricky mother-daughter relationship during an exciting yet stressful time isn’t for the faint of heart, and sometimes Mrs. Steinmetz has to summon up her inner therapist and remain very patient. “During an engagement, people can feel nervous or vulnerable, and it’s up to me to make sure the kallah and her mother are calm and relaxed, and not unduly stressed by the preparations,” she says. Mrs. Steinmetz knows that she carries a big responsibility that goes way beyond clothing. When one kallah, who had been estranged from her mother for many years, consulted with her during her engagement shopping, Mrs. Steinmetz went the extra mile and guided her to keep perspective and invite her mother to the wedding, despite the pain in their relationship. Today,
this young woman and her mother keep in touch, and her children are enjoying a relationship with their grandmother. Another kallah was very unhappy during her engagement, fearing she’d made the wrong decision regarding her shidduch. Mrs. Steinmetz encouraged her every day, during and between fittings and shopping trips, to focus on what really matters. “She’s happily married for a few years now, with several children, and she still calls me every year on her anniversary to thank me for saving her shidduch and encouraging her to go through with the wedding,” says Mrs. Steinmetz. “What’s most satisfying,” she remarks, “is that I’m always involved in simchos. It’s a happy job! Most of my clients become my good friends, and I continue to share in their joyous moments.” *Name changed
URE FI RICH GOLD TONE FINISH
PRECISION MATCHED GRAIN
CRYSTAL INLAY HANDLES
rom the lush forests of Canada comes our newest addition of contemporary furniture, built by the finest Canadian craftsman. The exclusive Elgan line is lovingly finished with the highest quality wood grain in a one-price set that they will enjoy for a lifetime.
B RI N G I N G Y O U : From our manufacturer:
Canadian wood is world-renowned for its natural beauty and durability. We worked with Chasuna Depot to select our 3 most elegant grains — vertical oak, horizontal walnut, and dramatic arrowhead cut — for their discerning customers.
Q U A L I T Y Williamsburg: 774 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205 718.237.3600
F O R
Monsey: 389 RT. 59 Spring Valley, NY 10977 845.371.9700
L I F E Monroe: 51 Forest Rd. (KJ Shopping Center) 845.781.7772
NEWEST ADDITION TO THE ELGAN FAMILY, BUILT WITH THREE ELEGANT WOOD GRAINS.
142 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
ssi e r p m i n For a clea
718.415.3415 • 845.352.1122 www.cleaningdepot.com • firstname.lastname@example.org
144 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
The night before my wedding, tension reigned. My mother and I had tried to have everything ready in advance so that this night should be dedicated to preparing myself spiritually and emotionally for my big day. My apartment was all set up — the kitchen tiles gleamed, the linen dared not show a crease, and the closet hangers were all exactly an inch apart. Perfection. We had also created lists for everything, including a sheva brachos dress guide. We had put together a complete schedule of exactly what I’d be wearing on each night to avoid the unnecessary stress of standing in front of a wide-open closet, undecided, with an even more confused brand-new husband in tow. Though the whole system worked out quite well, one significant detail was still missing: The dress I would be wearing to my mother-in-law’s sheva brachos was still on its way from overseas — we’d custom-ordered it from a skilled seamstress on a recent trip to Europe. We had ordered something beautiful and unique, and we’d expected it to be shipped to us way earlier, but the seamstress suffered from a severe case of procrastination. As my wedding date drew nearer, with no dress in sight, we began to put more pressure on the seamstress. At this point, though, we’d need expedited international shipping, which would be very costly, so she promised us that she’d ship it to one of my siblings who lived close to her, who would bring it to the wedding. Soon, our out-of-town siblings and relatives began showing up at our door — we had invited them for an early dinner at my parents’ home so we’d all get a chance to meet and greet each other before the whirlwind of activity would begin on the following day. When the welcome hugs and cries of “Oh, how much the children have grown!” subsided, my brother lugged in the suitcase containing my dress. He extracted the garment bag and handed it to me with a flourish, excited to be the good shaliach. I opened the zipper with exhilaration, and indeed, the dress was breathtaking. And... not my size. The beautiful and unique custom-ordered dress was large enough to be wrapped around my petite frame four times. It was Wednesday night. My wedding would be the following day. Friday was going to be the shortest Erev Shabbos of the year — and my mother-in-law’s sheva brachos was scheduled for Sunday. There I was, standing in my dress, and all of a sudden, wedding flutters kicked
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 145 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
in and I experienced a panic attack A pleasant voice answered the like never before. My imagination phone. And I burst out crying. My is a vivid one, and it was especially mother swiftly took the phone from so the day before my wedding. I me and explained our situation. I fast-forwarded to Sunday evening, didn’t know whether to laugh or cry imagining freshly married me as she described my pathetic state. walking into the hall where my (“My daughter is a kallah, the wedmother-in-law was eagerly wait- ding is tomorrow, and the dress ing to show off her new daughter- doesn’t fit! No, not the wedding in-law — in a dress I wouldn’t even dress. But she is crying buckets…”) wear on an isolated island — to all of Mrs. Blum was very sympaher friends and acquaintances. thetic and agreed to come over imJust by envisioning the sight mediately. I sighed with relief and of myself on Sunday in this enor- went downstairs to eat something, mous dress, my eyes welled up with awaiting the ring of our doorbell. tears. I was in no mood or state to In the meantime, my mother went head out to a seamstress, and it to prepare the checkbook, anticiwas on a legal holiday weekend, so pating the hefty price Mrs. Blum most seamstresses were not work- would most definitely charge for ing anyway. I door-to-door servery quickly bevice, at such an came frantic. I Just by envisioning hour no less. dialed my friend Not even fifthe sight of myself Malky’s number teen minutes on Sunday in this and burst into passed before our enormous dress, tears. I knew that personal Eliyahu she had an aunt Hanavi appeared. my eyes welled up who mended her Mrs. Blum was a with tears. clothing, and I simple middlewanted to know aged woman with whether she could be of any help. a big heart, and very professional. I Malky, listening to my sob-story, tried on the dress and stood before tried to console me and promised to her, and after pulling and measurcall her aunt at once. ing and pinning, she reassured me After hanging up, I sat, waiting, that I should have no worries; the clutching the phone in my sweaty dress would be delivered to our palms, feeling the stress pulsat- house tomorrow morning, fitting ing within me. I thought to myself, like a glove. I couldn’t believe my “What has gotten into me? Since good fortune! I smiled foolishly as when do I get so worked up about a Mrs. Blum started gathering her dress?” However, my senses would supplies. not cooperate. As she was about to leave, my I jumped when the phone rang mother inquired about the price, and answered the call in a flash. It knowing she would be way too busy was indeed Malky, with the news on the following day to pay her. that her aunt was out of town! But Mrs. Blum looked at my mother, she quickly came to the rescue and then at me, in confusion. again and gave me the number “I’m not a seamstress. I never of her mother’s high school sew- was one. I did teach sewing to girls ing teacher, Mrs. Blum*, who she for many years, but this is actually claimed was a dexterous seam- the first ‘job’ that I’m accepting, unstress and extremely kind. She der the impression that I’m doing might just do it for me! a mitzvah for a fellow Yid. A kallah… Dialing her number, I fervently Such a zechuyah…” asked Hashem that she should be And with that, she turned to the right shaliach to help me out. It leave, leaving mouths gaping and was getting later and later, and I eyes open wide in her wake. still wanted to eat and retire for the night at a decent hour... *Name changed for privacy.
146 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 147 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
USUALLY, WHEN A close cousin is marrying off a child, I try to participate fully. In addition to sharing in the simcha, I enjoy socializing with my siblings and my cousins, and meeting friends and acquaintances. One night last week, however, I had three close family weddings to attend. While they all took place in the same neighborhood (which meant I was spared spending time on the highway), I did have to divide my night between the three simchos. At each wedding, I wished mazel tov to all mechutanistes, met a few acquaintances I was happy to see, and then left to go to the next wedding. So the night passed, with my attending all weddings, but not being fully present at any. As I got into the car after leaving the third simcha, I remarked to my husband that although I did not really enjoy myself at any one wedding, the night still meant a lot to me; in our family alone, three couples were building new Yiddishe homes, and a Yiddishe simcha was being celebrated in each of the other local wedding halls, as well. Wasn’t this the best revenge against Hitler, ym”sh? Think about it. Most of these chasanim and kallahs were descendants of people who survived the Holocaust in one way or another. One spent the war years in concentration camps, returning with a number etched into an arm; another suffered deep in Siberia; and a third was hidden in an attic or cellar for the duration of the war. Each survivor has their own tale to tell of how they outlived the enemy. But despite all that, they picked themselves up and rebuilt their families. Now look at how, with each
148 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Yiddishe wedding, the golden chain is being fortified. My mother, a”h, once told me that in her early years in America (in the early 1950s) she once called an aunt on Motzei Simchas Torah to wish her a good year. Her aunt asked her, “Hust du epes a chasunah dem vinter?” Do you have any wedding to attend this winter? Contrast that to today’s proliferation, bli ayin hora, of Yiddishe simchos. So when the mailman delivers another few wedding invitations, open them with joy and anticipation. Think about how little girls, all dolled up in their finest, revel at chasunahs. They are genuinely thrilled to have been invited and make the most of their chance to dance, run around and enjoy themselves with their siblings and cousins. Let them inspire us as to how to accept an invitation. And if, for some reason, you can’t attend a simcha, pick up a pen and paper (what’s that?) or a phone, and wish the family a hearty mazel tov. At my son’s aufruf, I was sitting next to my mother, a”h. The children, as children are wont to do, were running around and making a bit of noise. It annoyed one of the guests, who expressed her dissatisfaction as to how today’s children are raised. My mother, in her inimitable way, told this woman that during the war, when she was working in the gold mines in Siberia, she did not dream that she would ever get out of there, let alone get married and raise a family — and that one day she would be sitting at her own grandson’s aufruf. In those days, one dreamed of a piece of bread to still the gnawing hunger, a warm coat to protect oneself against the bitter cold, and a bit of rest from the backbreaking work. To her, every smile, every expression of delight from a child is extremely heartwarming. May Hashem bless us all with many simchos, and may the only reason for not attending someone’s simcha be another conflicting simcha, and may we all merit to join the ultimate simcha with Moshiach Tzidkeinu speedily in our days.
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 149 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
just one phone call you'rE on the road
email@example.com 150 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
SPRING VALLEY 268 W ROUTE 59
4919 20TH AVE.
WILLIAMSBURG 547 PARK AVE
exclusive dating rates & promotions direct insurance billing
free pick up service
166 MAIN STREET 732.rent.a.car
Probably the most significant part of planning a chasunah is finding a place for the new couple to set down their roots. With the growth of our community, ka”h, finding an apartment is not always an easy feat. Let’s get an idea of the apartment scene in Monsey. We welcome both landlords and tenants to fill out this survey. Send it in to enter a raffle for a chance to win a
Name _ ____ ___ Phone number ________
What size apartment do you have? _ rooms/ _ bedrooms
Is it furnished? _ yes
gift certificate in Mimi’s Linen.
How much rent is asked each month? _ ___
4 Please note that we will not take any personal information or advertise specific apartments; we will only report the general market data.
152 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Does the price include utilities? _ yes
E: firstname.lastname@example.org F: 845-600-8483 M: The Monsey View, 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952
How many years ago was the apartment built? _ ___
Was it renovated since? If yes, how long ago? _ ___
What type of apartment is it (check all that apply)? Mostly underground basement Basement with windows fully above ground Ground level Second floor Third floor Front entrance Side entrance Back entrance Front windows Back windows only Private entrance Porch
Are there any stipulations for tenants? ____ Please detail: _
Is there a parking spot for tenants? _ yes
Is the apartment currently vacant or rented? _ vacant
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 153 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
158 Rt. 59 - Monsey NY 10952
Kia FortĂŠ $149/month+tax 2019 Kia FortĂŠ LXS : bluetooth, backup camera, lane departure warning, forward collision warning, dual zone climate control, apple carplay, android auto, alloy wheels. lease terms are 36 months with 10K miles per year. $1400 due at signing (all inclusive).
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 155 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
HILCHOS BORER | PART 3
We mentioned in previous articles that when faced with a mixture of two different types of foods or items, or a mixture of ochel (food) with pesoles (garbage),1 one can avoid issues of borer by following three conditions: 1) take the thing that one wants to eat or use at that time from that which one doesn’t want; 2) take it immediately before eating or using; and 3) use one’s hands and not a kli that helps in the separation process.2 The mutar way to deal with a mixture Borer is the separation of ochel and pesoles, so by not separating the two, one can get around all the conditions. But if we don’t separate them — how will it help?! One way to get around the conditions of taking ochel from pesoles and eating the ochel immediately is by removing the part of the ochel that is mixed with pesoles along with the pesoles.3 This is very useful because often the pesoles is not mixed with the entire ochel, but rather only with a part of it. By taking away the pesoles along with the part of ochel that it is mixed with, one is avoiding borer because one is not separating pesoles from ochel.4 Therefore, after doing so, one does not even have to abide by eating it immediately since he didn’t separate ochel from pesoles, but rather only ochel from ochel!
Since this idea is somewhat abstract, let’s illustrate with some examples. Partially Rotten Apple Mommy is cutting an apple for Sruly and sees a section that is rotten to the extent that she knows Sruly wouldn’t eat it (or would only eat it in extenuating circumstances). She can’t just cut off the rotten part because that would be taking pesoles from ochel. Instead, she should take off a significant layer of the not spoiled apple that seems to the naked eye as being mixed with the rotten part. Since the whole apple is not considered mixed with the bad part, but only the area around it that seems to the naked eye as mixed, one is essentially not separating ochel and pesoles. Therefore, Mommy can do this now even if Sruly wants to eat the apple at a later time.
1 See Taz 319:12; Shulchan Aruch HaRav 319:8; Mishnah Berurah 319:15; not like the Ohr Sameach, Shabbos 8:11, who holds there is no borer by keilim. 2 Shulchan Aruch 319:1; See Shulchan Aruch HaRav 319:1 who explains that these three conditions constitute derech achilah, and therefore it is mutar.
According to the Mishnah Berurah’s (319:55, 62) understanding of the Taz, one is allowed to take a bit of ochel along with the pesoles, but according to the Chazon Ish (Orach Chaim siman 53), one must take all the ochel that is mixed with the pesoles. The halacha written above is according to the more machmir opinion of the Chazon Ish.
See Magen Avraham 319:5. When he would eat it in extenuating circumstances then it is an issur d’rabbanan, while if he wouldn’t eat it at all it is assur min haTorah.
5 See Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah perek 3 footnote 56 who says in the name of Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, zt”l, that this is not similar to the halacha of peels, because one can get to the food without removing the sticker. See the footnote there where it brings Orchos Chaim 319:2 who is meikel when one does it immediately before eating like the halacha of peels. See also there for another reason to be meikel. However, since there are prominent poskim (see Ayil Meshulash) who assur it and it is a shailah of an issur d’Oraisa, one should abide by the opinions who are machmir.
156 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Pit Inside Salad Similarly, when finicky Leah finds a lemon pit in her salad, she would be allowed to take out the pit along with all the surrounding salad that looks to the eye as mixed with the pit. This way she is not separating pesoles from ochel since the pit is only considered mixed with some of the salad that is around it, and not the entire salad in the bowl. In this case, too, one does not have to eat the rest of the salad immediately, since no separation of ochel and pesoles was done. Sticker on Challah And we see this idea again when there is a sticker on challah. One would be allowed to
take off the sticker along with a significant layer of the challah that it is stuck to so that it is not considered taking pesoles from ochel, but rather ochel from ochel, since the sticker, which is the pesoles, is not mixed with the entire challah but only with the place it is stuck to. Here, too, one would not have to eat it immediately since one did not separate any pesoles from ochel.5 In all the cases above there is no reason to throw out the good food along with the pesoles. The good part that was taken away along with the pesoles in all the examples above can still be eaten by taking the good part from the bad to be eaten immediately. Alternative Option It is worth noting that in the cases of the rotten apple, the lemon pit in the salad and the sticker on the challah, one would be allowed to take the good part of the apple from the bad, the rest of the salad from the pit, and the challah from the sticker (i.e., by pulling the challah away from the sticker and not the other way around), even without leaving any of the good part behind, because this is abiding by the rule of taking ochel from pesoles. However, in such cases, one would also have to eat it immediately since one separated the ochel from the pesoles. 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.
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 157 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
By: Hadassah Steinman
Known as the Queen of Gems, pearls have that timeless beauty and never go out of style. Although classified as a gemstone, a pearl is the only gem that is not a stone, but a treasure culled from a living creature.
Until the twentieth century, only the royal and very wealthy typically owned pearls. At that point, pearls came only from the wild, and the demand for pearls far outweighed the supply — especially when the pearl gained popularity to the point that overfishing depleted the naturally occurring oyster beds in the seas. This all changed when Japanese Mikimoto Kokichi developed a way to create a cultured pearl. By the time he filed for a patent in 1896, he’d already been working toward that goal for almost two decades. It would take more than another decade for his pearls to be indistinguishable from the natural pearl, and another few years until the enterprise brought him any profits. In 1927, Thomas Edison met with Mikimoto and was highly impressed at what the latter managed to create since he’d believed cultivating pearls was “supposed to be biologically impossible.” Mikimoto’s discovery had a tremendous impact on the pearl industry. The pearls he cultivated — versus natural pearls found in the seas — were more readily available, cheaper to harvest and thus cheaper to purchase, and resulted in perfectly round pearls. Today, about 99 percent of pearls purchased are cultured.
WHAT IS A CULTURED PEARL? Pearls, both natural and cultured, are created when oysters or mussels cover an irritant that has made its way into its soft tissue muscle, by layers and layers of secretion known as nacre. In natural pearls, this irritant occurs accidentally, such as when a parasite enters the shell. In cultured pearls, on the other hand, pearl farmers insert an irritant into the oyster’s or mussel’s soft tissue to encourage the same secretion process. To cultivate saltwater pearls — which are created by oysters farmed in oceans — the irritant inserted into the oysters is a bead made from another oyster’s shell. To cultivate freshwater pearls — created by mussels in rivers and lakes — a pearl farmer inserts tissue from another mussel into the farmed mussel as the irritant. Saltwater pearls are more expensive than freshwater pearls since they take much longer to cultivate — think years rather than months. Also, a saltwater oyster will produce only one to three pearls at a time in contrast to larger freshwater mussels that can produce pearls numbering in the dozens, all at one time. Saltwater pearls are also often preferred for their more striking luster and perfectly round shape. 158 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
PEARLS OF CLASS
THE PEARL OF GREAT FAME
Since pearls were such rare finds in centuries past, in Ancient Rome, Julius Caesar allowed only those in the ruling class to wear pearls!
The most famous pearl in the world, known as Le Peregrina (“The Incomparable” in Spanish), has a history that has spanned centuries. This pear-shaped pearl is the size of an egg and was discovered near Panama nearly 500 years ago by an African slave who was soon thereafter rewarded with freedom. The pearl was given to future Philip II of Spain, and was then enjoyed by royalty from England, France and Austria who were tied by marriage to Spanish royalty. Eventually, it passed from one owner to the next, including a brother and then a nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. Most recently, in 2011, Le Peregrina was set in a necklace and sold at Christie’s in New York for a whopping $10.5 million, before fees.
THE PEARLS OF BARTER Pierre Cartier, of Cartier’s jewelry and watchmaking fame, got his hands on their New York Fifth Avenue flagship location by purchasing the mansion from a wealthy couple. The price? A pearl necklace they had their eyes on — and an additional $100.
THE $100 MILLION PEARL Approximately 12 years ago, the largest and most expensive pearl in the world was discovered by a Filipino fisherman inside a giant clam — which is a rare occurrence in itself. This pearl, measuring 26 inches long and 12 inches wide, weighs about 75 pounds and is valued at an astronomical $100 million!
THE REAL DEAL? Here are a few ways to make sure your pearl is indeed the real thing, and not a fake: 1.
Authentic pearls are not perfectly round; their shape usually has minor imperfections that can be found when examined closely.
A pearl usually has a nice luster. Too dull or too shiny? It’s probably fake.
You should be able to feel a real pearl’s weight when it rests in your palm. Fake pearls will feel much lighter.
While real pearls are cool to the touch at first, fake pearls remain at room temperature, whether they’re being worn or not.
Rub the pearl gently over the front of your teeth. Real pearls will feel a bit rough since their surface is most likely not perfectly smooth.
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 159 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
160 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 161 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
162 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Maybe itâ€™s as simple as changing your water
Try it FREE for 30 days The only thing you have to lose is your extra weight!
Weekly specials Just in! powder dip manicure available!!
Waxing Specialist On Site
Bring a friend and get 10 % off of your service
Makeup, Wig & Hair Services
@wigsbyyitty Wash & sets bring 2 for 80
. Massage & Body treatments
Manicures & Pedicures
Visit us at: 31 Kennedy Drive, Spring Valley, NY 10977 845.262.1255 @POWDERANDPAINTNY
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 163 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
164 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 165 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
גראד תשט"ו לפ"ק ֶלענִ ינְ ַ
ארגְ טִ ,איְך יׁשט גֶ עזָ ְ אטי ,נִ ְ ַט ִ ָאר ֶדענּונְ ג, וֶ ועל זַ יין ִאין ְ ְּב ֶעזְ ַרת ַה ֵׁשם.
ֵלייּב ,זֵ יי ַא גּוט ִקינְ ד, יידי. אלג זֵ ִ ָפ ְ
וארט ׁשֹוין ְׁשנֶ עלֶ ,מען וַ ְ אֹויף אּונְ ז .גֵ יי ְׁשנֶ על ַאר ֶּבעט, יימ ְ אכן ַדיין ֵה ְ ַמ ְ אטע גֵ ייט עלעַ .דיין ַט ֶ ִאינְ גֶ ֶ רּוס ַלאנְ ד, עטן ַפאר ְ ַאר ֶּב ְ ְ יׁש ָטא וָ ואס צּו וֵ ויינֶ ען. נִ ְ ַאר ֶּבעט... יימ ְ אכ ְטן פּון ֵה ְ יׁשט ְט ַר ְ ִאיְך ֶקען נִ ְ אּב ִריק. יידי'ס ַפ ְ ִאיְך וֶ ועל גֵ יין צּו זֵ ִ
רֹויסע זַ אְך? ִּביזְ טּו ֶדען וָ ואס ִאיז ִדי גְ ֶ ֶדער ֵאיינְ ִציגְ ְס ֶטער וָ ואס ָלאזְ ט ִא ֶיּבער ַא רּוס ַלאנְ ד וֶ ועט ׁשֹוין אמע ְ עלע? ַמ ֶ ִאינְ גֶ ֶ יטן אֹויף ִאים. ִה ְ
אקע פּון ֶדעם ָהאּב ַט ֶ מֹורא. ִאיְך ָ אּב ִריק: ִאין ַפ ְ
אּפט! ְׁשנֶ על! ֶמען ְק ַל ְ
166 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
The Monsey View
ART EXHIBIT Showcasing Our Townâ€™s Talent
Faigy Freidman, 7, Bais Esther
Faigy Simsovits, 9, Klausenberg School
Brocha Schmeltzer, 10, BDY
Aviva Crawford, 3, Cheder Chabad
Akiva Dov Goldberger, 5.5, Pomona-Haverstraw
Tzerel Esty Simsovits, age 7, Klausenberg School
Elky E., 11, Satmar
Devoiry Spira, 8.5
Chayla Gertner, 12
Yitty Vogel, 7, Viznitz
Yitty Zaida, 10, Gan Yisroel
Yocheved and Goldy Fliegman, 9 and 6, Viznitz
Sarah Crawford, 7, Cheder Chabad
Yitty Frank, 12, Bais Trany
168 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Chayala Gross, Bais Trany, 8.5
C.S., 11.5, Yeshiva Avir Yaakov
Raizy Einhorn, 8, Bais Rochel
Shaindy Schiff, 10, Bobov
Yissochar Dov Goldstein, 9, Cheder Dâ€™Monsey
Sarah Crawford, 7, Cheder Chabad
H.G., 12, Ateres Bunois
Rivky Hager, 10, Viznitz
Rus Tehilla, 8, YSV
Rivky Friedman, 9, Bais Esther
Frady Freidman, first grade, Bais Esther
Faigy Zaida, 6, Gan Yisroel
Rissi Zaida, 12, Gan Yisroel
Etty Kaplan, 6, Bais Yaakov
Rivkie Wolf, 9
Devora Alter, 12, Bais Rochel
Rivky Ciment, 7
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 169 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Last week’s Boggle board
L C A V
I T L
E D Q N P W G E M E F
N G A B
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
RER: MINDE your t u p e s a Ple ints on total po gle subg your Bo ion! miss
TEIN K ATZENS
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).
170 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
F E G D M
A M I
W P T R X T U B H S I
r: Phone numbe
S 232 POINT
us! Pic Supper on
k up a piz za
pie, fries an
d ice cream
at Chai Piz
Runner Ups: FINKEL xxx-5323: 229 points PRAGER xxx-0803: 199 points AINSPAN xxx-6151: 180 points POLLAK 914-xxx-8308: 154 points Pick up your free slice and ice cream at Chai Pizza!
Bonus raffle winner: FRANK xxx-0424 Pick up a free pie at Chai Pizza! 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. Please note that you will have to pick up your prize from our store; there will be no deliveries.
E: COMMENTS@THEMONSEYVIEW.COM F: 845.600.8483
The Monsey View does not take responsibility for faxes that don’t come through.
חלוקת צרכי חג
שערי פרנסה טובה
פון קופת עזרה
באקומען א חודש'ליכע תמיכה
היימישע משפחות פון מאנסי און סקווירא
אויף די פעולות פון קופת עזרה
צו דערהערן די וויי-געשריי פון עניי עירנו
רופט אייך אן מיט לכה"פ
ה‘ משפטים • כ”ה שבט
עס איז מיר א זכי' צו ארבעטן אינאיינעם מיט קופת עזרה, און זיי ארויסהעלפן מיט די חודש'ליכע טשעקס פון די ארעמע משפחות ,וועלנדיג האבן א חלק אין די גרויסע מצוה בעטן מיר נישט קיין געלט פון די עניים וואס קומען קעשן ביי אונז אין געשעפט די קופת עזרה טשעקס ,עס איז נישט דא די ווערטער אראפצו־ לייגן איבער די געוואלדיגע פעולות פון קופת עזרה
MUMOIN CHECK CASHING
הר"ר שמשון ווייס הי"ו
איבער די תמיכה חודשי שע"י קופת עזרה ,פון
7 3 9 1 7 5 2 6 9 3 1 5 8 7 2 2 4 5 9 4 6 5 7 8 3 2 9 4 8
9 8 7 3 6
5 3 9 1 2
BOGGLE WINNERâ€™S LIST 4-LETTER WORDS anti bran brat carb carp cart cite clap dish dust
exam feta gush gust mart mate math mica mist mite
mush must pant para part pate path pica pita pram
prat ramp rant rate snap star stat stud tamp tapa
6-LETTER WORDS tarn tarp tart taut text tram trap vara weft wimp
extra midge pants
prate stamp state
Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words, words not found on board and words listed twice.
172 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
7-LETTER WORDS austral mistral
Are you wondering why your name isnâ€™t here or why your points were reduced? The following are some of the ineligible words found:
5-LETTER WORDS apart audit carat
arts calp clart dist. dush
examplar extatic mudge mulst musit
mutrate Napa naut. panto pical
Pima prause situ stap stramp
stratiTate trapan trat
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
LAST WEEK’S QUESTION: Which park in our area is named for a firefighter who lost his life saving others in the World Trade Center attack? ANSWER: Gregory R. Sikorsky Park — Lime Kiln Park
Question of the week:
Can you name ten streets in the greater Monsey area that include the name of a tree? 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. Send in your answer and/or trivia question to email@example.com by Sunday 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!
The winner of last week’s drawing is:
Koegel Family (xxx-8888) You’ve won a free frank and fries at Nussy’s! Take this page into Nussy’s to claim your prize! 41 Main Street, 845-352-9008
41 Main Street Monsey, NY 10952
Tel: (845) 352-9008 Fax: (845) 356-1944
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 173 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
THE WORLD REALTY GROUP World Class Service ~ World Class Results LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS New York | New Jersey | Connecticut | Pennsylvania 400 Rella Blvd. Suite 165 Suffern, NY 10901 Irving Rohinsky CELL: (203) 641-0373
CELL: (917) 817-9146
58 (250) Remsen Ave.—Monsey R-15A LEGAL TWO FAMILY 5 Br 2.5 BA, LARGE Dining Room, Large Kitchen, Family room off kitchen with access to beautiful Large Deck, Priv. Home Office, Master Br. w/ en-suite bath, .33 acre, Walkable to EVERYTHING, MUCH LARGER THAN IT APPEARS, Full apartment in Lower Level w/ Priv. Entrance and MUCH MORE!!
4 Arrowhead Ln. Monsey
305 Spook Rock Rd.
6 BR/ 3 Bath, 2,700+/- SF renovated home on fantastic cul-de-sac, large granite kit. w/ SS appliances, master suite w/ master bath, over ½ acre lot, large DR & LR, large family room/playroom off of kit. w/ access to lrg deck. Priv. pool!! &
5 BR / 2BA - MOVE IN CONDITION Ranch/Single level living - 1 acre lot Huge sun-filled LR - multiple outdoor decks - PERFECT FOR A HOME BUSINESS!! 5 min walk to Olympia Ln.
NOW ONLY $579K!!
ASKING ONLY $789K!!
Warehouses / Industrial Properties Available 4,000-100,000 SF NY, NJ, CT, PA
Retail Investment Properties Excellent CAP Rates with National Tenants
Multifamily Investment Properties Tri-State area
Thinking of buying or selling? Who you work with MATTERS. The World Realty Group has likely LISTED or SOLD a property near you! Please call us today for a FREE consultation and market analysis!
(845) 605-TWRG @TWRGLLC
174 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
THE WORLD REALTY GROUP World Class Service ~ World Class Results LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS New York | New Jersey | Connecticut | Pennsylvania Irving Rohinsky
400 Rella Blvd. Suite 165 Suffern, NY 10901
CELL: (203) 641-0373
CELL: (917) 817-9146
4 Heights Rd. Monsey
Fin. Walkout bsmt w/ 1 bed and full bath
5 min walk to Olympia
5 Whisper Ln.—Monsey 11 BR / 9 BA - Enormous Granite Kitchen - 1.3 Acres - 3 car garage - Basketball & Tennis Courts - 40 ft. Dining Room 30,000 Book Capacity PRIVATE 2 Story Library - Luxurious Private Study w/ separate entrance & so much more!! ASKING: $1,495,000
5 Heights Rd. Monsey 4 BR / 3 BATH 1.01 PRIVATE ACRES
DOUBLE CUL-DE-SAC LOCATION 5 MIN WALK TO OLYMPIA LN/
HIGHVIEW RD. MOVE IN CONDITION! FULL FINISHED WALKOUT BSMT
CARLTON RD. AREA 6BR / 3 BA / 1 AC
WEST MAPLE AVE. 4 BR. / 2 BATH / .33 AC PLEASE CALL FOR DETAILS
Thinking of buying or selling? Who you work with MATTERS. The World Realty Group has likely LISTED or SOLD a property near you! Please call us today for a FREE consultation and market analysis!
(845) 605-TWRG @TWRGLLC
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 175 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
178 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 179 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Classifieds FOR SALE 2000 GRAND MARQIUS 105k miles, good condition 845-538-0600 BLACK WALMART BOOKCASE Height 71’ perfect condition $20 obo. 425 6203/347 453 5706 6 LEATHER CHAIRS with 2 leather chairs with arms, due to moving please call or text 917 789 2322 DINETTE SET Perfect condition, 3 years old. table and 4 chairs. 36x48. Grey metal and clear glass table. $700. 917-471-0114 GLASSTOP for approx. 45.5” x 84’’ 2 pc. Call 426-2968 D/R SET china closet, table, 8 chairs $2k, call/txt 845-517-9231 39 INCH HIGH RISER top and bottom with matresses. $350. 718.599.5028 DRESSER only $35, selling due to limited space. 917 885 7344 MASTER BDRM ARMOIRE Like new. Pls. Call 845-3521901
MAHOGANY HEAD BOARD SET with mirror chest and night table. Located in Lakewood. Call or Text 917.858.3509 HEADBOARDS Cherry walnut finish -crown molding on top. solid wood. $150. Please call 845-6426146. WASHER AND DRYER Samsung dryer $389, washer $289 call: 347-374-1637 BOSCH MACHINE new silver bowl still in box regular $150 selling for $125 call 845-356-6215 FREEZER
Used ge freezer 32’’ wide 26 1/2’’ deep 64 1/2’’ high for $100. Used treadmill for $75. 845-323-7577 KENMORE TOP LOADER in great condition for an amazing price $225 each or $400 for both call/text 845.521.9735 MICHAEL KORS ladies watch. Silver and rose gold. Originally $225 selling for $100. Please Call: 845587-0621 GE 4 BURNER cooktop brand new condition $175 and Magic Chef double wall oven 24” wide $200, both are not kosher, call/text 845.521.9735
LASER IS NOW A POSITIVE, PAINFREE EXPERIENCE. 180 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
// for sale // real estate WASHER AND DRYER top loader for $600. 917-4710114 LONGINES MENS WATCH Gold face and black leather band. Worn twice, $700 347 831 5824 RAYMOND WEIL new men’s Geneve everyday watchPlease call 845-3523742. CORDLESS PHONE SET new AT&T 4 handsets w/ latest features model CLP99487 retails for $150+ selling for $95. Text 8458250816
YAMAHA PSRE453 Slightly used with a Double X stand $200. please call 718972-3624 BABY OUTFIT Black and white 6 months knit outfit with socks and shoes call/text 845.213.0004 BLOWUP POOL New birthing pool with liner and hose/adapter, plus ball with pump. For info call 845.213.0004. GRACO SNUGRIDE CARSEAT Brand new condition barely used $70 Call / Text 845-6627158
BOOSTER HIGH CHAIR still in box Fischer Price, for $25 or best offer. Please call: 845-425-3204.
PURIM COSTUME winnie the pooh size 12-18 months. new condition call/ text 845-662-7158
BUGABOO FROG BASSINET chasis, seat and more. 4262675
WAHL CLIPPER still in box. asking $65 please call 845-521-6544
CHICALLI BABY BUNTING $80 please call 3560971
BUGABOO CAMELEON STROLLER w choice of blk or grey melange hood $315. 9292513777.
ANTIQUE SEWING MACHINE w/ table for only $150 call or text 845-538-1662. KARAOKE SINGING MACHINE & CD Player in brand new condition Originally $59. selling for $40 please call 845.304.7927
INGLESINA PLAID STROLLER New, w footmuff bar and tray for only $55. 3472549825 APPLE WATCH Hermeś series 3, GPS+Cellular ($1200 value) for $589. 347.633.5225
THERE’S A BETTER WAY TO DO LASER.
CHANIE GENUD Certified laser hair removal specialist
845.323.8886 Book your appointment
ONE OF THE LAST COMMERCIAL
CBT Life coaching and counseling in the light of the תורה
PROPERTIES IN SPRING VALLEY!! ZONES AS RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND LIGHT INDUSTRIAL!
Learn how to bring out the best in your children- even your most difficult ones. Mrs. S.R. Beck I 845 426 0594
PRICE REDUCED! 6 IMPERIAL LANE, CHESTNUT RIDGE! ONLY $478K! 4 BD / 3 BA! GREAT DEAL!!
KOVA HAT Barely worn size 54 Shtufen hat. Please call 845-323-2233 DRUM SET Ludwig 5 piece, includes ZBT zildjian cymbols and all hardware hardly used $485 (brand new $700)call 845371-2092 APPLE IPOD TOUCH 128 gb. less than one year old, $250 pls call 845-263-6969 GIFT CARD to ETC. steakhouse in Teaneck. $150 value for $135. Call or text 845-587-3307 TWIN CARRIAGE Excellent condition Please text (845)402-8393 WINTER COATS like new: size14-16 long black wool $60, black suede hooded jacket size large $40 845-3522874 PRETZEL MAKER great price text 347 504-4033 MCLAREN DOUBLE STROLLER Rain cover included. Call 845-825-2985 WHOLESALE WIGS Beautiful Wigs from manufacturer to retail, premium quality unprocessed European hair. exclusive wholesale price call for details, Devori 845-5984340. KITCHEN FOR SALE big beautiful Salko kitchen with lots of pullouts for sale,
7 years old. please call 845352-2584 JEWELRY SHOWCASE Jewelry showcase with light for sale. Asking $200 Call:356-1345 BRAND NEW STROLLERS Brand New Carriages & Strollers, Unbelievable prices! Every model from all major brands, Bugaboo, Baby Jogger, Mountain Buggy , and more. FREE delivery. TEXT or CALL 845-293-2839
CONTACT US TODAY! YAAKOV ROSENBERG 845.304.3685
GREAT OFF MARKET DEAL IN FORSHAY AREA!!
NEW PEDAL GO-KART Great gift ages 4-8. Call 845304-5160
REAL ESTATE SHISHA REALTY
Beautiful apartments in Yerushalayim avail. for short term rentals. We manage properties as well. Call 718-408-8070 for American Service! Email us at vacation@ shisharealty.com SHABBOS VACATION RENTAL:
Beautiful, newly renovated 4 bdrm house available for Shabbos. Chestnut Ridge, close to shul/ mikvah. Large Property. Pictures available. Call 845.356.2101 Text: 917.474.6826
Tri County Care is seeking to hire a Care Coordinator in the Monroe location to support people with Developmental Disabilities and their families. Job Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree with 2 years relevant experience and a sincere desire to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities. Fulfilling and rewarding work. Great compensation and opportunity for promotion. Excellent office environment! Please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
CONDO FOR RENT available before Pesach, near Satmar and Monsey Trails buses 499-7895
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 181 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Classifieds Makeup b� MichellePhilipson
Michelle Philipson email@example.com
// real estate // help wanted
ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH YOUR WEIGHT? Call/Text Now!
Esty Weiss 845.499.9354
The solution to lasting weight loss
HOUSE MAPLE/CARLTON March 3 - 10, willing to swap for large appartment in yerushalayim, 845-596-9478, 845-222-4099 נייע גרויסע הויז צו פארדינגען, בעטן20+ מיט , וואך,אין סוואן לעיק פאר טאג האנטעכער און,אדער שבתים ,בעט געוואנט צוגעשטעלט .נאנט צו ביהמ”ד און מקווה און לאזט א845.377.5499 רופט also available for( .מעסעדזש )family groups 40+ beds OFFICE RENTAL Office Space For Rent Near Monsey. Newly renovated, furnished, kosher kitchen and conference room. Call 845-634-1463 or Email info@ thesuitecorner.com OFFICES Brand new, separate H&C, private toilet, w/kitchenette area, parking 845-372-6462
MONSEY CONDO FOR SALE Blauvelt Rd 2,575 sq ft. 3 bdrms, 3half baths, center hall banquet size dining room and kitchen with ceramic counter-tops and island. Front deck and back porch for sukkah. Room for pesach kitchen, 9ft ceilings, 3 zone air and heat plus 4 room rental legal apt. Selling by owner. Call after 11am 845 352 8340 or 845 659 6219. OFFICE SPACE 300+ sf suitable for office available. Please call 845425-1885 OFFICE RENTAL 200 sqf in Nanuet, 2 min from main st. utilts +intrnt incld. Call 732-692-4888
STORAGE SPACE Basement located at Rt. 59 & 306 area 500 Sq Ft please call 845 263 7387.
LE SUITE GUESTHOUSE Luxurious accommodations in the new chassidish area of Lakewood. Booking for Weekday and Shabbos, Simchos and business, retreat and recuperation. 732.456.7989 lesuitelkwd@ gmail.com.
1000 S.F. 8 1/2 ft. Ceiling unfinished bas. on butterman pl. for storage etc. 646-596-4838
SEVEN ROOM furnished for rent Near Vishnitz. Please call 1646 491 8920
OFFICE SPACE in the Blauvelt area approx. 250 SF call today 347-3852924
2 BEDROOMS new and upgraded, New County Road and Route 59 area please call 845-596-7727
182 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
POMONA 3 bedrm; new kitchen; text (732) 328-9116 ONE BEDROOM APT full bathroom and kitchen in Chestnut Ridge. new. Please call (845) 521-9432 3 ROOM APT. on Blauvelt Rd 352-4237 2 BDRM APT Looking for a two bedroom apt in Pomona area. Please contact 845-422-3327 FOR RENT 4 room apartment in bates area available for January. 845-781-3716 SHORT TERM RENTAL 2-3 bdrms. Centrally located. furnished option available. Please call or text. 845.459.0509
HELP WANTED HELP WANTED Busy heimeshe showroom in Monsey looking to hire immediately for multiple positions. Full time ( 9-5) Entry level female receptionist, entry level bookkeeper , and inside sales girl. Candidates should have excellent communication skills and the ability to maintain a high
level of activity. Will train. Competitive pay. Please send resumes to jtriple7@gmail. com. FULL TIME OFFICE POSITION Safeside Insurance is expanding! Applicant must be quick learner and have good computer & phone skills. Please fax your resume to 845-738-3671 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org BUSY INSURANCE OFFICE looking to hire girl to grow with our company. Email resume hr@adlersinsurance. com, fax 845-356-5690 FULL TIME SECRETARY for one girl office. Seeking detail oriented, organized individual with good communication skills, good phone skills and Quickbooks knowledge. Please fax resume to faigyfisch@yahoo. com HELP WANTED Heimish office is seeking a full time customer service rep and some other office duties. Good phone and communication skills required. email resume to email@example.com WE’RE HIRING Broad Management Group - Located in the heart of Monsey. We are looking for
Commercial Real Estate Accounting Position Fast-growing commercial property management firm is seeking to hire a dynamic and talented accounting director to oversee its portfolio of office and industrial properties. Qualified candidate will possess a) exceptional organization; communication; and project-management skills, b) property accounting and financial literacy, c) leadership ability to direct team in a fast-phased environment. Please submit your resume for immediate consideration to: firstname.lastname@example.org
an entry level bookkeeper / accounts payable associate to join our team. Excellent compensation and opportunity for growth. Must be organized and have strong communication skills. Conact - dschimel@broadmg. com CASE COORDINATOR Attentive Behavior is seeking an energetic, detail oriented, team player for our Rockland office. Requirements: MS Office, strong communication (oral and written), and the ability to manage multiple projects. Interested? Email resume to email@example.com. POSITION AVAIL. Professional busy office in Spring Valley area is looking to hire a Female employee to head itâ€™s new growing division, Great growth potential for the right individual, Please email your resume to jspitzer@ everfundtrust.com Or fax to 845-205-4354 NY LIFE Brooklyn/Monsey office is looking to fill Outside Sales Career positions in the insurance and financial products market. Contact Yehoshua Belsky at 347 210 1403 or email ybelsky@ ft.newyorklife.com SALES HELP weekend and some afternoons, in ladies clothing store. 845-213-7455 SALES PERSON Full Training and Support provided. Past work
experience a plus. Call: 845639-5216 or email: dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com SECRETARY Large manufacturing company located in Newark NJ is looking to hire a girl to work with the Product Development team. The recruit would need to set up new vendors, handle international shipments, list new products online, and work on developing new products. It requires to be able to multi-task with attention to detail, super organized with great people skills and problem-solving ability. Great pay for the right canditate. Transportation from Monsey is provided. Please email resume to: joe@ adircorp.com DRIVER WANTED with minivan to do daily teacherâ€™s route from New square to Monsey in the morning and afternoon. 845.274.3828. SEEKING VOLUNTEER DRIVERS once a week to deliver suppers for kimpeturins. Call 845.356.2101 Text 917.474.6826 ASSISTANT POSITION available immediately in an English speaking Monsey Preschool. Pls call 4590696 SUBSTITUTE Bais Yaakov Middle School in New York City seeking Limudei Kodesh substitute for 6/8 weeks. Please forward resume to hgottesman@ yrsrh.org.
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 183 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
PLAYGROUP TEACHER Looking for a warm morah to run a small 2 year old playgroup in chesnut ridge, for next year 845.371.2682 FEMALE AIDES needed for special needs classroom. Full time position. Please send resumes to. firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 SEEKING CHAVRUSA Looking to pay a chavrusa to learn with an older bachur in the evenings. Please call 845352-7700 #219 leave message SEEKING BABYSITTER for my 11 month old in my home in Wesley Hills, 4hrs a day 4 days per week 917 755 0190 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 LOOKING FOR DRIVERS for chessed. Please call 845352-1016 BLOWDRYING POSITION Tranees Wigs is looking to hire a girl to join our team for a blowdrying position. Full time hours includes some sundays. Pls call 8454183334
or email traneeswigs@gmail. com WE’RE HIRING Broad Management Group Staff Accountant. Residential real estate management firm. Owner and operator of large portfolio of multifamily apartment buildings. Light junior accountant for growing real estate management firm. Work directly with the controller. Gain exposure to property accounting, corporate accounting, AP / AR, journal entries. Excellent compensation and benefits, great experience, located in the heart of Monsey! Contact: email@example.com
BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. After school hours available. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 BABYSITTING A heimishe responsible experienced babysitter. Great with babies is accepting ages newborn till 15 month in spring valley area. For more info please call 347-9866066. WARM AND EXPERIENCED babysitter available to babysit night hours in your home
184 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
// help wanted // babysitting // servic
or at weddings. References available. Please call 845 499 9272
SERVICES MORAH MALKA’S ANIMAL THERAPY In your home or school Animal Care Certification Ages 7-14 Preschool Programfun and interactive for ages 2-6 Bunnies, Birds, Reptiles, Farm Animals and more. Certified and Insured. 845642-9066
Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula PERSONAL DRIVER AVAILABLE Personal driver available on a steady basis. Very reliable and responsible flexible hours. please call: 845-4225827 GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281
VOICE THERAPY Experienced SLP specializing in the reduction and elimination of vocal nodules and polyps, and hoarse vocal quality. Adults and children, Yiddish and English. 917626-4259
ADDRESSSING ENVELOPES Amazing prices, call for quote, mention ad for a discount. Printing can be done immediately. Call 845-445-7422 or e-mail printingaddresses@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
We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy
available to cook fresh delichious food in your home, Please call Sarah Rosenberg 845.821.2159 ALTERATIONS expert alterations in Blueberry Hill Area. Fast service 929 287 2135 ADDRESSING ENVELOPES Amazing prices, call for quote, mention ad for a discount. Printing can be done immediately. Call
Classifieds Commercial Real Estate Transaction Manager Fast-growing commercial real-estate investing firm is seeking to hire a dynamic and talented individual to manage and oversee transactions from inception to closing. Qualified candidate will possess a) exceptional organization; communication; and project- management skills, b) be financial literate for property and lender due-diligence and analysis, c) leadership ability to move challenging transactions in a fast-Paced environment. Please submit your resume for immediate consideration to: firstname.lastname@example.org
5”,6”,7” Gutters Copper and aluminum gutters Over 30 colors 845-782-4473 email@example.com
Gutter Guard Installation
Fully Insured Free estimates
Cleaning and Repirs
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
saddle river area, call 845356-5038.
Achieve a healthy
Mind,because Body & Soul if one lacks, all three suffer. Michael Bitton CLC, CMC, PT
3x Certified Life Coach, Marriage Counselor, Nutrition/P.T.
(845) 200-0121 / firstname.lastname@example.org
845-445-7422 or e-mail printingaddresses@gmail. com
No internet. 6 slots available. Suri Wachsman 845.356.2101 or 917.474.6826
GRAPHOLOGY Send in your handwriting for full analaysis. Special group rates. Amazing lessons given on graphology, great for teachers’ gatherings, school programas ect. 845.642.3213
KIMPETURIN SUPPERS Kimpeturin, Get dinner delivered for your family. Call from 9-11 a.m. to reserve your dinner. Limited availability. 845.356.2101
REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN | In person and online consultations | Insurance accepted | 347 480 1670 | rd@ miriamshurpin.com | www. miriamshurpin.com
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
GRAPHICS COURSE Professional graphics course on Adobe programs based on the famous Baily Biederman’s method. Learn Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator in a kosher and fun environment.
GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos
186 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
SEWING COURSES private sewing course with master teacher Esty Krauss. call or text 845-662-5931 HIGH SCHOOL GIRLSSEWING COURSE Beginners basic alterations course on Sundays 3:15-5:15 Esty Krauss. call or text 845662-5931 WAXING AND MAKEUP done by a professional at great prices in the privacy of her home. Appts until 10:30 pm. 659 4318 HAIR WITH CARE Professional hair cutting & hair styling affordable prices,
PROFESSIONAL SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. CARE DESIGN BY B. SCHWARTZ Join our countless successful graduates employed at high paying graphic jobs by signing up for our intensive graphics design course today. B. Schwartz 845.517.9639 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY
Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 845-3621312 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com
Awesome Opportunity! Part time office position is now open for female applicant. Candidate must have excellent communication and computer skills; be detail oriented and organized; and speak Yiddish. Submit your resume at email@example.com
Seeking female employee to work with adult women who have disabilities. An amazing experience in a fabulous environment! Must be able to drive. Please call 845-503-0267 December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 187 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
CUSTOM PHOTOBOOK Create a memorable gift. Chosan|Baby|Engagements |Wedding|Special Occasions. Call 845 587 2361. TUTOR AVAILABLE Professional Tutor Available for לימודי קודשand English Subjects Please call 718-2162791 TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 CHUSSON ALBUMS/ PHOTOBOOKS Get your photos scanned and designed in a beautiful album. 8454596132 ENGLISH TUTOR Professional English Tutor. Experienced with adults and children. Call: 973-727-8375 4 FREE SESSIONS Will tutor your child according to his level, with patience & clear explanations. Great rate. 248-955-8559.
ARROWSMITH Is your child still in the same place after all that tutoring? The Arrowsmith Program has helped many children become successful in the regular classroom. Please call Mrs. Feuer to find out more 845-304-7053 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319
ODDS & ENDS LOOKING TO ADOPT Heimish young couple looking to adopt baby/young child. Text/call 347-461-1914 ACTRESSES NEEDED Looking for women volunteers who are passionate about acting in a comedy production for a DVD that will be sold in stores. The production is produced for Project Hope, a division of Bikur Cholim, for patients to enjoy as well as the wider public. If you are interested please contact Chaya Bornfreund #845-304-1405 BROKEN IPHONE? Get cash for your broken iphone 5s and up, call or text. 845-538-6826.
188 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
// services // odds & ends // gemachim
Yeshiva - Secretary Local Yeshiva looking for full-time secretary. Must be responsible, with good organizational and good phone skills. Must be very familiar with Word, Quickbooks etc. Hours are flexible. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 356.4507 ATERES TNIUS LEARNING GROUPS Fri. Nights, 10 min. After candle lighting, girls 1st-8th grades. To be leader/info.845.426.0924 TRANSFORM! A stress free life? Absolutely! Iyh thurs. @ 10 a.m. 641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 641 715 0709 pin 549732 ref 1-119
GEMACHIM 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. 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
DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 SIMCHA HAT (LADIES) $25. We have many different styles and colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. Call 347 351 1604 BABY CHASUNA GOWNS Adorable gowns and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. 425-3049 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach 917.697.0790 FRIMIT’S BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email email@example.com CHASUNAH ORNAMENT for rent @ $3. West central area 371-1765 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649
Full Time Day Hab Positions Join our Chesed 24/7 team of professionals. Where POTENTIAL becomes POSSIBLE. Full-time positions in both our men’s and women’s divisions working with developmentally disabled young adults. Hours M-Th 8-4, Fri 8-2. Must drive. Call 845-354-3233 x1121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
RAYIM IS LOOKING FOR RESPONSIBLE, WARM AND ENERGETIC GIRLS TO JOIN OUR AMAZING STAFF FOR THE SUNDAY PROGRAM. IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL 845-352-7700 *109 LEAVE MESSAGE
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 189 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Looking to hire a full time patient intake coordinator to help patients obtain appropriate services and assist them throughout the process.
Job requirements: 1. Excellent written and verbal communication skills 2. Warm personality 3. Strong advocacy skills 4. Professional computer literacy 5. Fluent in English and Yiddish is a plus 6. Experience in insurance field is a plus
Office located in Monroe. Please submit your resume to: email@example.com or fax to 718-722-4757 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES including TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & All feeding supplies. To donate or receive. Please call 845-746-8293. ELEGANT HATS For short term rental please call 845-517-0838. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee). BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102.
OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211
TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105
Comfortable Main Number: Chanie Gertner 845-4258687 5 locations
ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com
PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays firstname.lastname@example.org or text 845-216-4885
PIDYON HABEN coins, silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256
BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.
PHONE GEMACH We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538
FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536.
EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.
REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. 845-356-0815
FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome!
WHITE KALLLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513
רופט אריין איבערצוגעבן אייער קוויטל ביים ציון הרמ"ק זי"ע
קאל-דער פאון !פאר הצלחה לייכטע פרייזן | געוואלדיגע רווחים
845.397.7590 190 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
"כ'האב עס ,פרובירט און געזעהן הצלחה דרך..."!פלא
SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333 MODEST HOSPITAL GOWN GEMACH for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige &
הייליגער :רמ"ק זי"ע
GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gown gemach. Please call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 SIDDUR/CHUMASH GEMACH 558.4774
:ּבַאקס-פון אונזער וואויס
– ! אויסגעהיילט,"ב"ה יא! "סגולת הרמ"ק" איז א כח וואס מ'קען נישט "!ערקלערן
Hamaspik of Rockland is looking to hire Male and Female PARA Professionals to work in the late afternoon hours. Great Pay. Training will be provided. Please email your resume to: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org; Fax:845-503-1239; Phone: 845-503-0239
Looking for female to spend two and a half hours a day with a young lady with special needs. Flexible hours. Driverâ€™s License required. Please call Esty Schonfeld 845-425-5011.
HAMASPIK December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 191 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Classifieds BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com COAT RACK GMACH Coat racks and hangers available for your simcha. Please call 845-356-9841 REFLECTOR GEMACH: Be safe! If ur having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors call 347-977-6816 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 CHUPPA CARDS. Please call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive please call 845 425 7214
booties.located on Gwen 352-7628 ARE YOU ON BED REST? We do the laundry for you. call 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers)
// gemachim // dresses & gowns // lost
Dirty trash bin?
LET US CLEAN IT FOR YOU.
845.839.4024 email@example.com www.mrcancleaning.com
DRESSES/GOWNS ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white gown/dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924 White & black velvet wedding dress for sale. Size 10-12. Please call: 845-587-2001. Mechtinsta black and silver beading gown to sell size 12 call 845-425-8454 Blush gown size 0 845.352.4686
BECHER GEMACH (not zmiros) please call 845642-0910
2 kids size 4 black glitter Sonia Rykiel gowns (More sizes possibly avail) 718.237.1549
BRIS GEMACH Beautiful new poya with outfit ,blanket, hat and
3/4 sleeved Kalla gown with beaded top rent/ sale 1100/1700. Size 2. Call 845 5876411
Find&Co. black mechateniste gown worn once 16/20 for sale 352.4686 Black Velvet and white gowns size 14 for rent call 845-3520980 2 B/W Gowns size 12 and size 14 kids Call 845-352-0982 pink/mauve dress size 2-4 $225.00 call (845)352-5916 Girls Size-2 Gown layers of tulle & organza tinge of peach color. Only $200. 845-4253782 size 6 cocktail length black/ black and white dress for rent or sale. 3474860344. Navy & Gold Gown for Rent size 4- 718-837-2021
Pink/Blush gown size 4 for $475 please call 845-352-1650 Pink Gown sz 2-4 Teen for sale. 845 425 4578 Blush Gowns sz 14 & 16 kids 845 425 4578 Maternity Black & Silver Mechutenista Dress for Sale. Size Small. 845-263-9404. Pink Gowns for sale sz 8 & 10 kids 845-263-9404 2 white/cobalt blue teen gowns, also mauve/white little girlâ€™s gown size 8. 845519-7747 navy champagne gown, size 8. pls call 845-521-6544 dress for rent size 2. Please call 426-7460
A Goldy Shik size 0-2, Velvet and blue dress, call 845-7825694
Black and gold maternity gown - 8453520926
Ivory gown, mauve/gold, brocade inlay, size 6-8. t 845323-2434
kids simcha dresses white/ white black sz 2-12 for sale 35. Some new. Teen 6 ivory gold $275. 3711765
10+ years experience Using multiple needle and methods E l i s h E va s w i at yc k i â€˘ 347.714.2106
192 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
t & found
COME IN TO DISCOVER OUR NEW CHILDREN’S
Weekly Oﬃce Cleaning
Post Construction Cleaning
HIGHEST SELECTION OF
from black to blue...
MODEST COUTURE EVENING WEAR
845.327.6997 Fully Insured
FROM TOP DESIGNERS WORLDWIDE
POWDER_COUTURE 178 Route 59- Suite 4 Monsey, NY 10952
black and white maternity dress for rent. For more info call 845.376.3412.
maternity mechateniste dress black for rent. Size M. Please call 845-578-5750.
white and green dress for sale-size 2. Please call/text 845-269-8649.
White & Black Ladies gown size 14 – 354-1934
Black and white dress\gown size 6-8. For more info call: 356-2368 Ivory/pink girls gowns for rent approx sizes 5, 6, 8, 12 Call 347-300-1679 off white vort/chasunah dress to sell $150 size 4 call 845-356-6215 White- silver- royal blue floral Size 4 gown to rent for $350. Text 845-642-3904 teenage/young married gown.Size 4-6 Wine velvet top, silk floral skirt. Call/text 274-2079 ladies sz 14 black/gold/ silver gown for sale/rent 9176932442 teens black and gold gown size 8 for sale for $600, call 845- 596-6501
White & Black children’s gown size 5 & 12-14 sale/rent – 354-1934 Black and pink wedding dress size 4-6 to sell. Please contact 5963406 2 Navy gowns size 0-2. Please call:845-376-3919 Black & Gold Gown sz 4 for rent. also Black & silver gown sz 0/2 call/text 845 274 3366 Black and white dress size 0-00. For rent. Call: 845-3563652. tenoim/chasunah dress size 2 for sale /rent call for details 845-426-7810 Klienfeld kallah gown size 2 for sale. please call 845-2744554
(845) 356-3731 www.powdercouture.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Tri County Care is seeking to hire a Care Coordinator in the Monsey location to support people with Developmental Disabilities and their families. Job Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree with 2 years relevant experience and a sincere desire to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities. Fulfilling and rewarding work. Great compensation and opportunity for promotion. Excellent office environment! Please submit resume to email@example.com
black slenderizing maternity gown for rent. Please call 845-352-1317.
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 193 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
STARCARE Eligible for Medicare? Turning age 65? Consider a medicare supplement plan to complete your out of pocket cost, not paid by medicare.
Classifieds green velvet dress size 2 for sale. call/txt 917-309-7490
and girls gowns. Please call: 8454252309
Green gown size 0-2 for sale call/txt 216-9975
black lace with soft colored embroidered flowers on silk n wool gown sz 6-8 for rent pls call 347-243-1822
black and white dress size 2. Very reasonable price 845 356 0016 Black Maternity Chasuna dress, with flowers Size Medium $150 In New Square Please call: 826-6733 Childrens Black and white gowns for rent size 8-10 and 12-14 Call 352-4237 size 8/10 black wedding/ tenoyim dress for rent. Call 845-422-0125 or 845-694-9573 black and white gown for rent. Size 6. Please call/txt 8452639747
Mrs. R. Rchwartz A20 agent Phone: 845.782.3449 Urgent/Express Service: 845.263.0617
194 / THE MONSEY VIEW / December 26, 2018 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
black and white mechatainesta gown size 2. Please call or txt 8456598475 deep blue gowns for sale womanâ€™s sizes small and medium. Matching teen
B&W wedding dress adult size 4,6, 8-10, for rent, firstname.lastname@example.org call 845-425-3207
LOST baby boy Scotch Bonnet coat Shiny Black size 4 with beige fur. 347-350-1148, Canon powershot G9 Camera on Motai Shabbes Cahnuka In Forshay shul or Evergreen or International Taxi please call 718-415-3885
FOUND Baby boyâ€™s pompom hat in North Cole area a while ago. Call 426-1972
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 195 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
ביי א רייכע באנקעט פארגאנגענעם חודש אלול אויפצוטרייבן געלט לטובת דעם פריזן ריפארם ביל
צוזאמען מיט'ן קאנגרעסמאן פון יוטא ביי האדמו"ר מסקווירא
Rabbi Ephrati speaking at FountainView Monsey at Agra D’pirka Legal Holiday Program
אסיפת חיזוק פאר די עלטערן פון מוסדות בנות דרך ישראל | בילדער אבי ס.
196 / THE MONSEY VIEW
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
העסקן ר' משה מארגערעטן פון Rockland Sleep Centerביים שתד'לען לטובת דעם 'פריזן ריפארם ביל'
עקסנים פון וועד העירוב ביים פאררעכטן דעם עירוב אין מאנסי
אבות ובנים אין בית המדרש פארקוויא
מלוה מלכה לטובת ביהמ”ד ווישאווע | בילדער אבי ס.
THE MONSEY VIEW / 197
198 / THE MONSEY VIEW
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
שמחת בית באבוב 45 שמחת החתונה של נכד האדמו"ר מבאבוב 45החתן בן לבנו הרה"ג ר' יוסף אונגער ר"י ישיבה קטנה ד'באבוב 45חתן הגה"צ רבי אליעזר שמעי' לעוו נשיא תפארת אליעזר הכלה בת הרה"ג ר' דוד דוב אונסדארפער רב תולדות אפרים בן הגה"צ ר' יעקב אלי' אונסדארפער אב"ד ראשית חכמה מאנטריאל חתן כ"ק הגה"צ גאב"ד סיגעיט
YMW / 845.517.5222
ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | פ‡ר ‡ן ‡פוינטמענט רופט ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙ מכון מרה ˘חורה | ˆובר‡כנ˜ייט | פ‡רלוירן | ˆו˜ל‡פט | ˆורי˜‚עˆוי‚ן | ה‡פנונ‚סל‡ז | פ‡ר˘ל‡פן | ‡ן חברים | טונ˜ל | ‡ומרו‡י‚ | לעבן ‡ן ‡ נייע בלעטל מיט פרי˘˜ייט ‡ון חיו˙ ˜יין ˆיל | ˘נ‡ה | ˜נ‡ה | טונ˜ל | „יפרעסט | ל‡ יוˆלח | י‡ו˘ | עˆבו˙
רו˜ט ‡ווע˜ „י טונ˜עלע ווענט וו‡ס ˘טערן ‡ייער בחור פון מˆליח זיין
„ורך ‡ריינבל‡זן ‡ין ‡יהם
˘מחה ‡ון חיו˙! המחנך הרב
חיים הער˘ לעב‡וויט˘ מנהל מכון 'מכ‡ן ו‡ילך'
מיט זיין ל‡נ‚יערי‚ע ע˜ספערטיז ב˘„ה החינוך, וועט בס"„ ‡ויפבויען ‡ין ‡ייער ˜ינ„ זיינע ˘ט‡ר˜ע כוחו˙‡ ,ון ‡יהם ‡רויפפירן ‡ויפן „רך הי˘ר ,זיך ˆו ˜ענען ספר‡ווען מיט ˘ווערי‚˜ייטן ‚רינ‚ ‡ון עפע˜טיוו
מסיבת זאת חנוכה בת"ת וויען מאנסי
202 / THE MONSEY VIEW
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
האדמו"ר מסקווירא בניחום אבלים אצל בני האדמו"ר מקאשוי זצ"ל | בילדער אבי ס.
ANASH OF GREATER MONSEY PRESENTS
ירחי כלה YARCHEI ויום עיון
DAY OF LEARNING
In honor of כ"ד טבת, Yohrtzeit of the Alter Rebbe נ״ע, בעל התניא והשו”ע, all men are invited to a day of in-depth learning delving into the Torah of the בעל ההילולא. 9:30am שחרית 10:30am Exploring the Alter Rebbe’s שיטהon זמניםof תפילה וכיו”ב,קריאת שמע Rabbi Aron Dovid Gancz - ר”מ בישיבת תומכי תמימים – מאריסטאון 11:30am Tanya as the ספר של בינונים. Applying it to today’s times. Rabbi Moshe Gourarie – סגן עורך ספרי “חסידות מבוארת” על ספר התניא 12:15pm An in-depth discussion on שער היחוד והאמונה. Rabbi YY Jacobson - world renowned lecturer, author "A Tale of Two Souls" on Sefer Tanya 1:30pm Lunch 2:00pm The Alter Rebbe's שיטהconcerning the מלאכהof בורר. Rabbi Chaim Dovid Kagan – רב דק”ק בית מנחם 2:45pm The unique approach of the Alter Rebbe in his שלחן ערוך Rabbi Boruch Lesches – מרא דאתרא ק”ק צמח צדק ליובאוויטש מאנסי 3:30pm מנחה 8:30pm מעריב Followed by a Farbrengen. The life and הסתלקותof the Alter Rebbe Rabbi Yisroel Shusterman - Founder, Cheder Chabad of Monsey
D AT E
Tuesday, כ"ד טבת ה’תשע"ט
Jan. 1st 2019 LO C AT I O N
Khal Tzemach Tzedek, 2 Langeries Drive, Monsey Coffee and refreshments will be available all day. Hot buffet lunch will be served לע״נ הרה״ח ר׳ צבי ב״ר יקותיאל יהודה ע״ה
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 203 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
בהשתתפות הגה"צ ראש ישיבת צאנז בן האדמו"ר מצאנז שליט"א
מסיבת מלוה מלכה מיוחד לנדיבים בהשתתפות הגה"צ ראש ישיבת צאנז בן האדמו"ר מצאנז בבית מו"ה יעקב אלי' גענוד
204 / THE MONSEY VIEW
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
אסיפה כללית להתחלת המגבית 'בונים ביחד' לטובת קרן הבנין של תלמוד תורה דרכי אבות צאנז | בילדער אבי ס.
קריאה נרגשת אמע"כ
אחבנ"י נדיבי לב! למען א
חי ורעי אדברה נא
רודפי צדקה וח סד
די בכל א תר ו א ת ר.
ני ישראל נדיבי לב של ח בה אל א חינו ב א מ אנסי ,בראשו ת הנ נו בזה בק ריא ה כים דח סידי בעלז פללי שטיבל א בר בנין של ק בע לבית ה' נלך ,כאשר מ ת רק ה בונה -בבניית באומ רים לנו בית ליט"א ,עומדים בפ ש מ מש ,עד שזכו שמח נו יים א ה רן כהנא ש אלער במסירו ת נפ דומ"ץ הרה"ג ר' ח וב ל ש תי מיליאן ד ידידנו ה בר תרמו מכספ ם קר ה א ברכים עצמ ם כ ו ם, מדרש בסייע ת א דשמיא. מלאכה לבדם אלא ה בנין עומד על תלו בידם להשלים א ת ה ת א ת לראו הם עוד הון רב ,ואין או תו לה יו ת שו תף כל אשר נדבה רוחו פ נים הבנין זקוקים בונה" ה מיועדת ל אך בכדי לסיים א ת כע ת במג בית "א ני ועל כן ה ם יוצאים בכח הרבים, במלאכ ת הקודש. כל אחד ואחד
נו ל פים אליהם לחזק א ת ידם ,וקוראים אכלו לסיים המלאכה מ צט ר די שיו לכן הננו ולסייע בידם בסיוע שיש בו ממש בכה ולכבוד החסידות. דם עט זה לכבוד התור לעמוד לצקרוב בית מקדש מ ולחנוך ב ס יו ת ש בבבל בארץ בתי כנ כל מילי דמיטב ,ונ
זכה בקרוב ש יק בעו
זו תזכו לה ת ברך ב ובזכו ת מצוה רבה במהרה בימינו א מן. ביא ת משיח צדק נו ישראל ב זה בא נו על הח תום ועל
ה ג ע תינ ד 36 שעה
פון מאנטאג וארא 11:00AM ביז דינסטאג וארא 11:00pM
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
מלוה מלכה לטובת ביהמ"ד ווילעדניק | בילדער אבי ס.
שמחת החתונה של בת הגה"צ אב"ד ווענגרוב | בילדער אבי ס.
206 / THE MONSEY VIEW
36שעה של בניי'
מאנטאג דינסטאג פ' וארא
יעדן'ס נדבה בויט!
תינה געד 36 שעה
פון מאנטאג וארא 11:00AM ביז דינסטאג וארא 11:00pM
מ י ל י א ד ן אלאר גאול
PHOTO CREDIT: JDN
ו החתן הרב חיים אלעזר צבי בן לבנו הגה"צ רבי ירוחם פישל ראש ישיבת יטש רב דקהל שערי מרדכי במאנטשעסטער בן האדמו"ר מביאלא
האדמו"ר ממונקאטש באתרא קדישא מירון
208 / THE MONSEY VIEW
מסע הקודש של האדמו"ר ממונקאטש לארה"ק לרגל שמחת נשואי נכדו יודעי בינה מונקאטש עב"ג הכלה בת הגה"צ רבי ליבוש ראבינאווי
מוצאי שבת שבע ברכות בירושלים
THE MONSEY VIEW / 209
S i g n at u r e
The name you can trust.
845.425.6812 DEDICATED PERSONAL SERVICE
TIMELESS design BY A MSEL
December 26, 2018 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 211 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
UNITED WE STAND! The Maple and Medex merge is all about the local communities we serve. Now that we have all the best hands on deck, we can do even more for our valued customers. In other words: Your search both starts and ends right here
WE ARE EXCITED TO COME TOGETHER, AND LOOK FORWARD TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY EVEN BETTER.
59 ROUTE 59, MONSEY NY 10952 P: 845.371.6464 P: 845-425-3400 www.maplemedex.com
The Monsey View