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AN UNEXPLORED TOPIC (Re: Clinging to Kedusha Just a Little Bit Longer, Issue 183) After reading your past issue, I had to thank you for an inspirational read and well-sourced articles that completely changed the way I view Motzei Shabbos. (I washed for melaveh malkah this past week entirely in your zechus.) When seeing this week’s topic, our family marveled how you keep coming up with interesting, relevant and unexplored ideas to address week after week. Nothing like The Monsey View! N.P.
A SHABBOS STAPLE (Re: Shabbos Classics in a Snap, Issue 173) Although it’s been weeks since it was published, I’d like to thank Rivky Weiss for the recipe of the one-pan lokshen kugel. It is the only recipe that I currently have clipped, and it has become a staple in our house. It’s a great-tasting kugel that requires half the work of the traditional one — a win-win in our hectic home. T.K.
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THE CLEANING HELP DISCUSSION CONTINUES (RE: Inbox, Issues 180–183) I don’t have much to say in regard to the rising wages of cleaning help. I understand both sides, and don’t have anything to add. However, one writer said something to the effect of cleaning help being a “necessity,” and this bothered me. While obviously there are many cases where having cleaning help is actually a necessity, please don’t fall into the trap of believing that this holds true for everyone. We have created a terrible situation for ourselves by believing that our very lives depend on our cleaning ladies, and this dependency is unhealthy! There are plenty of families who clean their homes on their own, even when both parents work full time. Some do it to save money (and believe me, you can save a lot), and others do it purely as a matter of principle and chinuch, with their kids being expected to pitch in. You may opt for cleaning help, but if you do so, realize that it’s possible that it may actually be something you’re treating yourself to, as opposed to a necessity like running water and heat. L.G.
VOICE DEAR PARENTS OF OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN, I’m sure you will pick up on the deep-searing pain between the lines of my plea. I now stand at the other side of the road, and I beg of you to heed my advice. I was always chubby and now have chubby children of my own. Please take it from someone who knows. You can’t and won’t succeed at putting your children on a diet. The only thing you will succeed at accomplishing with insisting they lose weight is crushing their self-worth to smithereens. You may very possibly also succeed at turning them into extremely obese adults. “Look, I did succeed,” you may say. “My eight-grader lost 40 pounds! I know how to do this!” If that is the case, you’ve won the battle but lost the war. It is incredibly sad to see young children define themselves by their weight. It is a tragedy when a woman who wears size 10 or 12 is depressed because she can’t shake off those extra few pounds. It is an indescribable catastrophe for a young adult to dwell on failure multiple times, when instead she could focus on other aspects of her life where she can shine. Please have rachmanus on your dear children.
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They get teased enough in school. Make your house a safe haven for them. What should be done as a parent of an obese child? When my kids were younger, I drilled into them that they were precious and cute. When they complained that they were fat, I told them, “You are yummy the way you are.” It was a moment of pure nachas when my child answered someone who teased her about her weight with, “I am cute the way I am!” Obviously, this will not be enough when the child grows older. I clearly remember thinking as a youngster, “It’s not enough that I am fat and ugly, but I also can’t have all that yummy food that every else enjoys.” How sad! When my children became a little older, I pointed out to them all their positive traits. I constantly tried to explain that being skinny isn’t a solution to all problems. At the same time, of course, I encouraged healthy eating. I spoke about the importance of eating protein. I had delicious, colorful fruits and vegetables handy. But I never said, “You have to lose weight.” Never. It does not help. And even if it does help at the age of 12, 13 or 14, it will backfire later in life in a terrible way. When children will feel completely ready, they will be motivated from within. And those results will be everlasting. (Don’t stand over them even then. Allow them to experience the consequences on their own.) I also want to point out that weight is a nature. I have some very skinny kids (I don’t know where they took that from!) who eat a lot more and a lot faster than my overweight children. Being overweight is not a child’s fault. Name Withheld
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R’ ELIMELECH BIDERMAN, shlit”a, has told the story of a family with 11 children who lived in a small, three-room apartment in Kiryat Sefer. The family drew up a plan to add two more rooms to their apartment, but they would not be able to proceed with the addition unless every one of the neighbors in their building consented to the plan. All of their neighbors agreed to the plan except for one. A machlokes broke out among the residents of the building over this family’s refusal to grant permission for the construction. Someone turned to Rav Eliezer Turk, shlit”a, to see if he could help restore shalom in the building. Rav Turk called the home of the neighbor who refused to consent to the addition. The wife answered the call and informed Rav Turk that he was wasting his time in calling them, because they would never agree to the addition, no matter what he said. Rav Turk told her, “Al pi halachah, you are not obligated to be mevater. However, there is a general principle that when a person is mevater, it brings yeshuos. So let me ask you, are you in need of any kind of yeshuah?” The wife replied that they were indeed in need of a yeshuah; they had an older bachur for whom they could not find a shidduch. In fact, they were not even receiving phone calls from shadchanim about him. Rav Turk told her, “I am not a navi, but I am sure that if you will be mevater, then you will see a yeshuah.” The wife discussed the matter with her husband, and they decided
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that they would be mevater. They approached their neighbor to offer their consent to the construction and to apologize for their previous refusal. As they were speaking to the neighbor, the phone rang. It was a shadchan calling with a shidduch suggestion for their son. Soon after, the son became a chasan. The yeshuah had come exactly during the moment when they were mevater. R’ Biderman points out that being mevater and increasing peace is mesugal for yeshuos. He brings a source from this week’s parsha, where it says, “If you see the donkey of your enemy buckled under its load, would you refrain from helping him? You shall surely help along with him” (Shemos 23:5). Onkelus translates the words azov ta’azov (you shall surely help) as, “remove from your heart everything you have against him, and help him unload the donkey.” The Bris Menuchah explains this to mean that if you put aside any negative feelings against another person, then Hashem will remove all sins and troubles from you. Thus, the meaning of the words “azov ta’azov” is that if you will get rid of your hard feelings, then Hashem will bring you yeshuos. Rabbi Shaul Kassin, zt”l, brings a similar conclusion from stories about Rav Aharon Leib Shteinmen, zt”l. Rav Shteinmen used to say, “Many people search high and low for all sorts of different segulos in order to merit a yeshuah, but they don’t realize that the best segulah is simply having the middah of vatra-
nus. Breaking one’s negative middos is a tried-and-true segulah. Sarah Imeinu, who was childless for many years, took Hagar into her home in order to work on her middos, and she was zoche to have Yitzchak Avinu. Rochel Imeinu did the same thing, and she was zoche to have Yosef Hatzaddik and Binyamin.” Indeed, whenever people would come to Rav Shteinmen begging for a yeshuah, he would advise them, “Be mevater! Be mevater! There is no better way to merit a yeshuah than to be mevater!” There was once a fight between the head of a chesed organization and his senior manager, which got to the point where the head of the organization wanted to fire the manager. However, he decided to first consult with Rav Shteinmen. Rav Shteinman told him, “Al pi halacha you are allowed to fire him, but haven’t you and your wife been waiting many years to have children? A rare opportunity has just been presented to you. If you can be mevater, you will have an unbelievable zechus, and that zechus may be the one you need to be zoche to have children. So be strong and be mevater!” The man agreed to be mevater, and a year later Rav Shteinman was sandek at the bris of the man’s newborn son. Living in galus as we do, who among us does not need a yeshuah? Indeed, being in galus, Klal Yisroel is in need of the ultimate yeshuah. May we all find ways to be mevater and, in that zechus, be zoche to the ultimate yeshuah, bimheirah b’yameinu.
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wood’s CHEMED Health Center. But in our area, the number of reported measles cases have been increasing, with 122 confirmed cases in Rockland County and 11 more under investigation as of January 24. County health commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert said that the continued spread of measles in the greater Monsey area is due, at least in part, to a lack of cooperation and reporting from those who are not visiting their doctors when they suspect a possible case of measles, reported The Journal News. “If they’re not going to their doctors and their providers, it’s not becoming a case to us as early as it could,” said Ruppert. “Therefore, there are further exposures.” No new measles cases have been reported in New Square in more than six weeks, while Spring Valley and Monsey have seen additional confirmed cases. Since the outbreak began in the fall, 14,000 doses of the
MMR vaccine have been given in our area. Efforts by community leaders and doctors have helped curtail the spread of the disease, noted Ruppert. An informative booklet titled Tzim Gezunt written last year by an Orange County medical center was mailed to 15,000 households in Monsey, Spring Valley and New Square. The booklet was accompanied by a letter of support from members of the local medical community including Dr. Benyamin Friedman, Dr. Yaakov Kiffel, Dr. Gavin Joffe, Dr. Seth Kurtz, Dr. Batya Wagner, Hillcrest Medical Associates, Partners in Pediatrics, Pomona Pediatrics, Refuah Health Center and Williamsburg Pediatrics. Two measles-related deaths have been reported in Israel. No fatalities have been reported here, although several people have been hospitalized with the measles and a baby born with congenital measles remains under quarantine at home.
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HILCHOS BORER | PART 8
BORER THROUGH USING A UTENSIL 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) taking what one wants to eat or use now from what one doesn’t; 2) taking it only immediately before eating or using; and 3) using one’s hands and not a kli that helps in the separation process.2 Let’s discuss the third condition, which is not using a kli that helps in the separation process. The halacha says there are three types of keilim. The first type is assur mid’Oraisa to use, the second is assur mid’rabbanan, and the third is mutar. A kli designed specifically for borer is assur mid’Oraisa. A kli that isn’t designed specifically for borer, 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.
Shulchan Aruch 319:1; see Shulchan Aruch HaRav 319:1, who explains these three conditions constitute derech achilah and therefore it is mutar. 2
Shulchan Aruch 319:1; Graz 319:1.
See hakdamah of Mishnah Berurah on siman 319 and Mishnah Berurah 319:10. 4
5 See Chut Shani, Shabbos vol. 2, p. 68. See also Orchos Shabbos vol. 1, p. 159 in the name of Rav Moshe Feinstein, zt”l, and Rav Elyashiv, zt”l. See there also a tzad l’hatir. Ayil Meshulash 7:36.
If one does not use the lid, but just pours from the pot, then it is a machlokes haposkim. (See Mishnah Berurah 319:55, Shaar Hatzion 44 and 49 in the name of the Chayei Adam who is machmir, Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah perek 3, footnote 189, where he brings the Mishbetzos Zahav 506:3 that seems to assur this. Kaf HaChaim 319:111). One should anyway avoid this because one is putting himself in a makom machlokes of what is considered “being taken.”
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but helps in bereirah is assur mid’rabbanan, because using it may lead one to use a kli designed specifically for borer.3 The use of these two categories of keilim is assur even if one did it for immediate use and took the ochel from the pesoles.4 Finally, a kli that does not help in bereirah is muttar to use as long as one also follows the conditions of immediate use and taking ochel from pesoles. What is assur to use? Please note that we will not differentiate between keilim that are assur mid’Oraisa and keilim that are assur mid’rabbanan. A strainer is assur because it is a kli that makes the separation easier and is designed for bereirah. One is also not allowed to use cutlery or a pot lid to strain unwanted foods by holding it against the brim of the pot.5 It is
7 Chut Shani, Shabbos vol. 2, p. 69. See also Shevisas HaShabbos, Meraked 11.
in the siddur changed from what he wrote in his Shulchan Aruch (319:18).
See Kaf HaChaim 319:113 who assurs. See Chazon Ish, Orach Chaim 53, “min,” who is mesupak. See Shevet Halevi, vol. 1, siman 84 who says because the heter wasn’t clear to the Chazon Ish, one must be machmir. See also Shevisas HaShabbos borer 49 and 52. See Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, zt”l, brought in Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah, perek 3, footnote 140, where he is metzaded l’hatir keilim that are used usually right as one serves the food immediately.
9 See Orchos Shabbos vol. 1, p. 162 and footnote there. See Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, zt”l, brought in Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah perek 3, footnote 140 where he is metzaded l’hatir keilim that are used usually right as one serves the food immediately.
See Magen Avraham 319:15, Shvisas HaShabbos, Borer 52 “hameareh,” Mishnah Berurah 319:55.
See Siddur HaGraz, Tehilah L’Dovid 319:21, Ketzos Hashulchan siman 125 Badei Hashulchan 21, Iglei Tal, Borer 5. See the Ohr Letzion (vol. 2, 31:10) that says it seems that the Graz
Iglei Tal Borer 6. Chut Shani vol. 2 p. 68.
Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah 3:59. See also Machzeh Eliyahu 52:14.
See Mishnah Berurah 319:62, 55 where he assurs using a spoon and 319:66 where he matirs. See Minchas Yitzchak vol. 1, siman 76 and Chut Shani Shabbos vol. 2, p. 68 where they explain that there is no stirah. When it helps in the bereirah it is assur and when it doesn’t it is mutar. See also Igros Moshe, Orach Chaim vol. 1, siman 124.
Igros Moshe, Orach Chaim vol. 1, siman 124. See Chut Shani vol. 2, p. 68 in the footnotes where quotes the Chazon Ish, Orach Chaim 54:5 and explains him like this. Iglei Tal, Borer 6. Minchas Yitzchak vol. 1, siman 76.
16 See Mishnah Berurah 321:84. Igros Moshe, Orach Chaim vol. 1, siman 124. Chut Shani vol. 2, p. 68. See also Iglei Tal, Borer 6 and Minchas Yitzchak vol. 1, siman 76 and Orchos Shabbos vol. 1, Borer footnote 98.
Iglei Tal, Borer 10. Chut Shani, Shabbos vol. 2, p. 69.
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a machlokes if it is mutar to strain unwanted foods by maneuvering the brim of the pot with one’s hands.6 One should avoid doing this for an additional reason, which is mentioned below. A slotted spoon used as a strainer7 and a teakettle with a strainer at its tip are considered keilim for borer and are therefore assur to use on Shabbos.8 It is a machlokes whether a salt shaker with rice inside (to prevent the salt from clumping together) is a forbidden kli because it keeps the rice in and lets the salt out,9 and one should avoid using it on Shabbos (see below for an additional reason to avoid this). There is another reason to assur all these “strainers” — like a lid and pot, slotted spoon, tea kettle with a strainer and salt shaker with rice. We mentioned in previous articles that when it comes to the condition of taking ochel from pesoles, there is a machlokes haposkim regarding what is considered being taken. Some say that what is being poured out is being taken,10 while others say that what is remaining in one’s hands is being taken.11 Since this is a machlokes between great poskim, one should never put oneself in such a situation. So there is also this additional reason to assur the cases above. A peeler is assur because unlike a knife, it doesn’t just cut — but also helps in separating, and is designed for doing so.12 An apple corer and a kli designed to remove an olive pit are assur to use on Shabbos.13 Also, it is assur to use a spoon to precisely take the cream from the top of the milk or the oil from the top of the soup. This is because in these cases, the spoon is performing the borer process in a way one’s hands wouldn’t be able.14 See below for cases when it is mutar to use a spoon. What is mutar to use? A kli that does not help in the separation process is mutar to use on Shabbos. So if one uses cutlery because one doesn’t want to dirty his hands, or if the food is too far away, and he is using cutlery to reach it, then it’s mutar because the kli is not helping in any way to ease the bereirah.15 However, one must remember that this is only mutar if one also follows the conditions of immediate use and ochel from pesoles. One may use a knife to peel fruit for immediate consumption because a knife just helps cut — but not to separate.16 The separation done with the knife after it cuts can be done just as easily with one’s hands, making it mutar. One may use a nutcracker to crack nuts because it just breaks the shell, but does not separate it from the nut.17 The purpose of this column is to bring awareness to matters of halacha. As with any halacha-related questions, consult your rav for a psak.
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hen I was a young child, my parents packed up their six children and belongings and moved from our home in Monsey to Eretz Yisroel And it was there, in Yerushalayim, that I grew up. When a distant relative introduced me to my British-born husband when he flew in from Hong Kong to spend Pesach in Eretz Yisroel, I was immediately intrigued by the name Sassoon. I was already familiar with the famous Sassoon family — aka “The Rothschilds of the East” — from the stories my father would tell us at the Shabbos table about this remarkable family. We heard everything, from their history in Baghdad, escape to India, and amazing business success; to their unmatched philanthropic contributions to many yeshivos, communities and institutions around the world; to their unwavering commitment to Torah and mitzvos. In particular, my father would speak about the honorable Mrs. Flora Sassoon (1856–1936) of Bombay and London,
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who was considered royalty both in India and in England. The eldest of twelve children, her father, Hagvir Yechezkel ben Yehoshua Gubbay (1824–1896), insisted on teaching his daughters as well as his sons Tanach, Mishnah and Ein Yaakov, and hired ordained rebbeim who traveled from Baghdad to Bombay to teach them in their home. Years later, the learned Flora Sassoon would correspond with various gedolim in Eretz Yisroel and Europe asking shailos, and many rabbonim, such as the Chofetz Chaim and Rav Avraham Yitzchak Hakohen Kook, wrote to her to request support for their yeshivos. When meshulachim came to London to collect money, they would have to come well prepared because she would quiz them on Torah — this was how she would
find imposters. In 1971, her grandson Rabbi Salomon Sassoon, ztâ€?l, was zoche to move from Letchworth, England, to to Bayit Vegan and lived just a few buildings down from us. What were the chances that my chasan would be related to this amazing mishpacha? Turns out he was! We were married one year later in Yerushalayim, Ir Hakodesh. As Hashem had already given me the experience of moving eastward to a new continent as a child, I was now prepared for yet another move eastward, this time to the Far East. And so, two weeks after our wedding, I landed at Kai Tak airport in Hong Kong after a rather shaky descent, carefully guarding the shiny new Shabbos candlesticks hidden away in my hand luggage together with other precious wedding gifts. My husband, who had returned before me, was waiting at the arrivals gate with a beautiful bouquet of flowers and a huge smile on his face!
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The drive from the airport at night was surreal, with red taxis and buses whizzing through the narrow, winding roads â€” on the
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into the heavens, like the Tower of Bavel. The loud, unintelligible sounds coming from the taxi’s radio sounded like Chinese — because it was! Despite all this, I was there for a purpose and was excited and enthusiastic to start a new chapter of my life together with my husband.
Our apartment was very small and was located on the 11th floor of a building in the Mid-Levels district of Hong Kong. Exploring my new home, I looked out the large bay window and gazed beyond the tall, imposing skyscrapers out onto Victoria Harbour with its numerous boats and barges floating through. The serenity of the scene was broken by the constant sounds of steel piles being pounded deeper and deeper into the ground, to make way for yet another new skyscraper on a minuscule parcel of land. I saw area workers climbing up and down bamboo scaffolding, working on yet another new structure. Taking inventory of my husband’s food supplies in the tiny closet-like kitchen, I found a carton of UHT milk from Australia in the mini fridge, and in the cabinet, a packet of Osem instant rice mix and a few rolls. Since Pesach was one week away, my husband and I soon took the escalator down to Central to shop for Pesach dishes, pots and pans. We didn’t need much because most of our Pesach meals would be eaten at the Jewish Community Center of Hong Kong, known as the JCC. At the time, Rabbi David Tzadok was the mashgiach tamidi there.
As I wanted to impress my new husband with my very own yom tov cooking, I decided to visit the JCC kosher store to buy some provisions for Pesach. The store was very small,
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but Stella, the storekeeper, spoke English and was kind and helpful. Aside from Empire, Aaron’s and Solomon’s frozen chicken and meat, the store sold Ungar’s gefilte fish rolls, a few odd cholov Yisroel dairy products, condiments, Osem products, cans of tuna and sardines, chocolate, candy, wines and grape juice, and some other random kosher l’Pesach products. I managed to find enough products to cook two delicious meals for the last days, and we even invited a guest for those meals.
built had affected his neshamah and deepened his commitment to Torah and mitzvos beyond his expectations. This was a magical place for him, and he was always so proud to be a descendant of the founding family. Now, I was so happy to join him! After davening, we walked across the shul plaza and straight into the beautiful ballroom. The room was divided in sections for the two organized Sedarim scheduled to take place there that first night. We joined our friend Rabbi Neta-
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Finally Pesach arrived. The shul was lit up. Oh, how my husband loved this shul where he felt so at home! It was a member of the Sassoon family, Sir Jacob Sassoon, who built Ohel Leah in 1902, naming it after his mother. Not having had any children who survived him, he bequeathed the shul and adjacent land, which houses the JCC and the Carmel School, to the Jewish community. During the five years my husband had lived in Hong Kong before our engagement, davening in this ancient shul and being part of a community that his ancestors
nel Meoded for the first Seder, and Rabbi Lopin, the Rabbi of Ohel Leah, and his wife in their home for the second Seder. On the first night, the tables were elegantly set, and highly professional Chinese chefs, who had become familiar with Jewish cuisine and customs, prepared a festive meal. What a beautiful kiddush Hashem it was, as Yidden of different backgrounds came together to celebrate Pesach in this foreign land. The seudah the following morning was also delicious and elegantly served. Generously sponsored by
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After Pesach real life began, and I focused on setting up my house, enjoying every minute of it. When my husband was at work, I used the time to visit shops, compare prices and products, and get familiar with the territory. We sometimes met for lunch at the JCC or down in Central at a small restaurant called Shalom Grill, operated by a small breakaway community called Shuva Yisrael, which was established and supported by the Darwish family members. Across the Harbour, in Kowloon, was Rabbi Meodedâ€™s shul, Kehillat Zion, and he and his wife also ran a small restaurant. Chabad of Hong Kong, led by Rabbi Avtzon and his wife, was also active and served meals, mainly on Shabbos and yom tov. A few months passed, and Rabbi Yaakov Kermaier and his wife Ilana arrived from Riverdale, New York, as the new rabbi of the Ohel Leah Synagogue. He initiated many new activities for the members, including a Lunch nâ€™ Learn every Wednesday.
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At this point, I had my shopping routine pretty much under control. I did all of my meat, wine and dairy shopping at the JCC kosher store. It was always exciting to find something new when a new ship-
Letters from the Chofez Chaim and Rav Kook to Flora ( )פרחהSassoon. Source: ״פרקים בתולדות יהודי בבל״:אברהם בן יעקב
ment arrived. Luckily, I was skilled at cutting up a whole chicken by myself, as parts were not always available. The JCC hired a full-time baker, Tony, who made the most delicious challos, always baked fresh for Shabbos and yom tov. One could never eat enough of them! His breads, rolls, baguettes and pitas were also amazing. Cakes and pies were also baked at the JCC kitchen and were usually served on Shabbos, at special events, and in the restaurants. Over the years, as our family grew, we ordered birthday cakes for our three children, in a variety of themes. They were artistically crafted and made to perfection. All you had to do was give them a picture of what you wanted, and they would skillfully create the cake. I shopped for fruits and vegetables at the regular supermarkets on my city block, where one could find American brands of food boasting OU, Kof-K, Star-K or OK symbols. As Hong Kong is a small territory, with no space for farming, it relies on imported food products to feed its vast population. This was lucky for us! Rice, eggs, oil, beans, oatmeal, pasta, cereals, and canned goods were all readily available. There were also products from the U.K., so I obtained a London Beis Din guide book to help me identify them. A favorite Motzei Shabbos outing for us was a visit to the International food stores to search for products bearing a kosher symbol. A discovery of a frozen pie crust, bread, yogurt, cookies or whatever it was would deem our venture a huge success!
Another highlight of keeping kosher in Hong Kong was the amazing Barbeque and Buffet meals the JCC would serve on Wednesday and Sunday evenings. For a fixed price, you could help yourself to a wide variety of delectable steaks, hamburgers and hot dogs. Of course, the overflowing platters of salads, grilled vegetables, potatoes, delicious mousses, cakes and desserts were outstanding as well!
On the beautiful yomim tovim of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the shul would fill up. Rabbi Yaakov Kermaier and the shul committee would hire a special chazan, usually from Eretz Yisroel, to conduct the tefillos, and there would be many new faces participating in the davening. On Motzei Yom Kippur, the entire community was invited to an unusually lavish Break-the-Fast buffet, sponsored by the honorable Kadoorie family of Hong Kong.
On Sukkos, a huge sukkah was built in the courtyard between the Ohel Leah Synagogue and ballroom. Yom tov meals were catered by the JCC. Almost everyone in
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the community came to eat there as it was almost impossible to build one’s own sukkah in Hong Kong. Fondly remembered and greatly enjoyed was “Sukkah Yaki Night” on the second night of Sukkos, when the JCC chefs prepared a sumptuous banquet of Japanese food. It was something really incredible. Of course, all of this came with a price, but it was definitely a reasonable sum and well worth the money.
Another amazing feature of living in Hong Kong was the free sit-down Kiddush luncheon after davening on Shabbos. Many people celebrated bar mitzvahs, aufrufs, yahrzeits, as well as different special occasions, which attracted Yidden of all backgrounds to come to shul to daven, socialize and become active in the community. Many amazing people have become closer to Torah observance because of the warmth, acceptance and intellectual stimulation of the community.
As hashgacha pratis brought me to Hong Kong, I took it upon myself to do what I could in the area
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of hachnosas orchim and kiruv. I encouraged my husband to bring home guests from shul on Friday night, even at the last minute, and I always tried to prepare extra food. We met lots of interesting Yidden from all over the world in this way. One of them was Ariel, an agronomist from Eretz Yisroel. He was sent to China every so often to help the Chinese develop a better tomato harvest. We insisted he eat a Shabbos meal by us every time he came, instead of cold food in his hotel room. We also hosted a mashgiach from the OU on his way back from China to inspect a tomato sauce factory. There were lots of giggles when he told us how he found a shoe in the big vat of tomato sauce! Then there was a frum businessman who came for a meal several times and brought us pickled esrog slices that he loved! I was also very appreciative of another guest who brought us a rare treat from New York: a tasty brick of Cholov Yisroel American Cheese — worth its weight in gold!
Purim in Hong Kong was equally special and very much celebrated by all. The Women’s League of the Carmel School organized a mishloach manos fundraiser every year. They would order hamantashen from the JCC kitchen, in addition to other goodies related to the theme of the year. I decided to send a mishloach manos to my son Shimmy’s speech therapist, an Australian Jewish woman who never frequented the JCC. She was so touched that we became friends, and eventually, she sent her sweet four-year-old to the Jewish school. We later had her over with her husband for our Pesach Seder. It was amazing to see what a mishloach manos can do!
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As in all Asian countries, there was a market for everything. The fish market was no exception; outdoor stalls sold every kind of fish imaginable. One year I decided to cook homemade gefilte fish using a fresh fish. I went to the fish market and felt what our grandmothers and greatgrandmothers were faced with when having to pick a kosher fish. Luckily, my bekius in the halachos of kashrus kicked in. I chose a kosher fish by its fins and scales and took it home. I had my domestic helper clean it, and we ate it for yom tov!
Everyone in Hong Kong had a domestic helper. It took a while until they understood the kosher kitchen rules, but they usually caught on fast and respected the guidelines. One of my helpers was very makpid on the rules. She even asked me a â€œshailahâ€?: Could she put dairy garbage and meat garbage into the same trash can? The answer was yes! Another helper was amazed that we, the Yidden, were still around. She had read about us in school in the Philippines and had thought we were something of the past! Another religious Chinese-Indonesian nurse was so thrilled to help me in the hospital when I had a baby, because she said I was so lucky to be from the Chosen Nation. She was right!
I always felt the hashgacha of Hashem with me. Toward the end of our stay, I organized
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a Rosh Hashanah fundraiser for the Carmel School, where our children were students. For a special price, the school delivered flowers and honey to anyone who was interested. We hired a lovely florist to make the flower arrangements, and we got an abundance of orders. Now all I needed to do was find small jars of kosher honey for the arrangements. I didn’t know where I would find those jars and searched all the local supermarkets and International stores with no luck. Even the JCC kosher store did not have them, and they would not arrive on time if ordered. Time was running out. Desperately, I decided to once again try the local supermarket directly across the street from our apartment. To my astonishment and surprise, on the shelf were tens and tens of small honey jars with the OU hechsher on them. They were exactly what I was looking for! Hashem was certainly smiling down at me that day — I have no other explanation for this!
All in all, I can say that it is very possible to live a meaningful and kosher life in Hong Kong, thanks to the trustees of the Ohel Leah Synagogue who continue the legacy of the Sassoon family. I was very happy to have this experience, but after eight years of living in Hong Kong, it was time for us to say goodbye and move on. We packed up our precious belongings, namely our children, furniture and valuables, and can take pride in saying they were all truly “Made in China”!
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Over the Moon with a New Moon Every country has its signature item they pride themselves with. Russian matryoshka dolls, Belgian chocolates... No matter the distance they’ve traveled, they are easily linked to their country of origin; no “Made in” sticker necessary. And China… well, China has gotten really skilled at… Made in China stickers. Maybe that’s just because the actual items bearing those stickers often don’t last long enough to be remembered.
Not only does China compete with other Western countries, but currently, the Tian Fu New Area Science Society is attempting competition with nature itself! After all, why shoulder the exorbitant costs of streetlamps when you can simply place another moon in the sky? This may seem ludicrous, but according to Chairman Wu Chunfeng of Chengdu Aerospace Science and Technology Microelectronics System Research Institute, streetlamps may be a thing of the past by the year 2020. The “illumination satellite” would be launched to orbit above the Chinese city of Chengdu, and in conjunction with the actual moon, will reflect sunlight down to earth with its mirror-like coating. It won’t just be the natural moon’s assistant; the artificial moon is expected to be eight times brighter than the real moon and will be able to light up an area up to 80 kilometers in diameter! But most astounding is their key focus: control of the moon. Unlike the real moon, the location and illumination of this satellite would have the ability to be controlled or even shut off completely. And in the event of natural disasters and power outages, it could be directed to illuminate the affected areas.
It is no wonder, then, that China is thought to be a cheap, Third World country, where roads are made of plastic and cars aren’t meant to actually seat people. But the China of our minds is not the China of today. China may be highly skilled at exporting flimsy knockoffs, but they are also proving to be an innovation powerhouse. January 30, 2019 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 99 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
The Drive to Reduce Pollution In an attempt to control the dense pollution that envelops the major Chinese cities and to reduce their reliance on oil, China is currently adding a London-sized electric bus fleet — that amounts to 9,500 buses — to its roads every five weeks, according to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Not only has the air pollution lessened in the cities after the transition to electric buses, but the noise pollution has dramatically decreased as well, with the silence of the electric buses replacing the hissing engines of the standard buses. Shenzhen, China, has now become the first city to switch 100 percent of its buses to electric models! With an estimated 385,000 fully electric buses globally, China is leading the green transit revolution by boasting 99 percent of those buses! Also in the hope of becoming the leading exporter of electric vehicles, China currently has the world’s largest electric car market, with 6 out of the 10 major manufacturers being Chinese.
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Chinese highways are now literally being paved with good intentions… Though we’re accustomed to fueling up for our drive on the highways, drivers on China’s expressways will be able to take a drive down the highway to fuel their cars. These photovoltaic roads are in the process of being constructed with solar panels underneath a transparent coating, along with sensors that will monitor traffic flow, weight load and temperature. The photovoltaic cells embedded in the road will power electric cars as they drive. Who needs gas stations when you can just refuel simply by… driving?
If you’re driving down a Chinese highway, you may want to keep smiling. Or, alternatively, you may want to abide by the traffic laws. Not that you’ll be pulled over for failing to do so, but it may cost you an overpriced portrait print. That is because for the most part, Chinese drivers don’t have the pleasure of being pulled over by blaring sirens. Not because they worship the laws, but because the ticketing system has mostly been replaced by radar-detecting cameras along roads and highways that send violators their tickets by mail. No use arguing; the tickets include snapshots with proof of the infringements.
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The New Face of Digital Payment Chinese customers will soon have the option of paying with a smile! Facial recognition payment is being debuted at some Chinese retailers, allowing customers to pay by essentially flashing a smile at a self-serve screen. The 3D camera scans the customer’s face to confirm their identity. Similar to fingerprints, the facial recognition technology uses a series of algorithms to analyze the customer’s face based on a variety of physical traits and links them to an internal database storing their information. Travel lighter and get through checkout literally “in the blink of an eye!”
China’s Growing Pains China is making a ruckus over its accomplishments — and the cries of its underprivileged citizens are being drowned out by the applause. China boasts about its technological advancements, but its own citizens are the victims of their country’s prosperity. Life in rural China sharply contrasts the technologically advanced lifestyle enjoyed by China’s wealthy. Extreme poverty forces many of the countrymen to leave their villages in search of employment in the congested cities, leaving their families behind and returning home only once a year. Not to squander their meager paychecks, these migrant workers sleep and eat in run-down quarters at their factories, which often closely resemble neglected prisons. Further complicating things for the factory workers, China’s Hukou system makes it difficult for migrant workers to integrate into China’s affluent society. The Hukou system is a social system that assigns benefits based on rural and urban residency status. Benefits like pensions, education and healthcare are easily available to the urban citizens, while the rural individuals are, for the most part, left to fend for themselves. This Hukou system is largely responsible for the nation being so deeply divided, and it leaves the workers vulnerable to maltreatment by their urban employers. Though some argue that these restrictions have gradually eased over the years, they are still disproportionately affecting the poorest citizens.
Will China emerge as the powerhouse it strives to be, while its backbone is being crushed under the intense weight of the country’s prosperity?
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3D-Printed Speed They say that Rome wasn’t built in a day. That’s probably because it wasn’t built by the Chinese. In China it’s not uncommon to have major construction completed before you’d even notice the need for repairs. In one such instance in 2014, a Chinese company called WinSun Decoration Design Engineering used 3D printing to build a 10-house village in under a day! This impressive feat was accomplished by generating 3D-printed concrete components, which were then transported and assembled on site.
Too Far Too Fast The Chinese government is setting off alarm bells by taking technology to frightening new levels. Combining facial recognition with their social credit system that ranks and punishes citizens according to behavior, China is tightening its grip on its people. With their mass surveillance system monitoring over 200 million cameras across the country, faces within swarming crowds can be easily identified within a few seconds, with efforts to achieve 90 percent accuracy. And in the event of obscured faces, new gait-recognition software is capable of identifying individuals based on their silhouette and gait! Of the newer additions to China’s surveillance arsenal are sunglasses with built-in facial recognition. Worn by the police, they are used to scan crowds on a more personal level. Purportedly implemented to reduce crime and terrorism, this expanding authoritarian surveillance poses a chilling threat to civil liberties, a frightening case of innovation going too far.
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hen Shmuel Goldstein* joined the company, it was a rather small operation, and Shmuelâ€™s task was to be the office manager. Applying his astute business acumen, he helped the company reach top tiers in its field. Over the years, it went global, and offices were opened in various countries, one at a time. That turned Shmuel into an international traveler. With the opening of each new branch, Shmuelâ€™s responsibilities increased manifold. Instead of simply steering one office to perfection, he would travel to each site and set up the new office. Once the local staff was properly trained and the branch was running smoothly, he would return home from where he continued to supervise the operation remotely. Shmuel held the keys to many locations and supervised the managers and staff members of each one. Shmuel attributed his unbelievable success to his trust in his rebbe. Before each new venture, he would speak with his rebbe, get his blessings, and consult with him about the halachic issues involved. There were times when
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“Here is the key to your room,” he was told at reception. “Your suitcase will be brought to your room shortly.” He was assigned a room on the 39th floor, but it didn’t bother him since he anyway wasn’t planning to leave his room over Shabbos. Shmuel took the elevator and scrambled to find his room. He quickly washed his face and hands and opened his siddur to daven Mincha and Kabbalas Shabbos. Soon he had davened Maariv as well, but still his suitcase had not been delivered to his room. Shmuel stepped out into the hallway Quick calculations proved he and met a hotel staff could still make it in time for member. “I’m not sure why my suitcase Shabbos, but things contindid not arrive yet,” he ued to veer off plan. said. The employee up by immigrations, and when he went to check and returned a couple finally exited the airport, he had a of moments later. “Reception requests that you go down to identify hard time hailing a cab. Finally, he arrived at his ho- your bag. Many suitcases arrived tel, hardly noticing the impressive just now, and they have no way to structure towering before him in tell which one is yours.” That left Shmuel with no choice his rush to make it to his room bebut to go in person to collect his bag. fore shekiah. his rebbe advised him not to travel, and Shmuel would simply drop the plans. At one point, a new branch was opened in the Far East. With the blessings of his rebbe, Shmuel scheduled his trip, booked a ticket and packed his bags with all of his personal and business needs. He was scheduled to arrive on a Friday morning. To Shmuel’s dismay, his flight was delayed. Quick calculations proved he could still make it in time for Shabbos, but things continued to veer off plan. First Shmuel was held
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But how was he to get there?! There was no way he would go into the elevator on Shabbos. Shmuel turned to the emergency stairs and began his downward trek. At the bottom, he identified his suitcase, opened it up and removed the bottle of wine as well as two challos he had brought along. After all the unforeseen twists this trip had surprised him with so far, at least he’d be able to partake of some sort of seudah! Holding the food in his hands, he went back to the emergency exit staircase. The number 39 is enormous, when that’s how many floors one has to climb. Still, Shmuel would not consider any other option. Slowly, he began to go up, one step at a time. At the 20th floor, Shmuel sat down on the top step to catch his breath. He rested for a few moments and then pulled himself up again. Every muscle ached and his entire body swayed from the pressure. He used his imagination to comfort himself and could almost hear his Kiddush and taste the challos in his dry mouth. Sweating profusely and with
hardly an ounce of energy left, he counted 37… 38… and finally — 39! He invigorated himself with the fresh surge of energy that reaching his goal provided and darted to the door. Still clutching his precious food close, he did not notice a small protrusion at the edge of the stairs, and he tripped noisily. Ouch! But before he could even feel the pain, he heard the loud crack of his wine bottle as it crashed down the steps. Wine cascaded downward, creating a red waterfall whose smell soon filled the entire stairwell. Shmuel stood up and peered at the The number 39 mess. My wine bottle may have broken, is enormous, but I won’t let myself when that’s how be broken with it! he many floors one thought to himself. He left behind has to climb. the challah that Still, Shmuel had fallen into the puddle and took would not conthe single remainsider any other ing one with him. option. It would have to suffice for Kiddush and the seudah. And he needed to summon the cleaning crew. Shmuel pushed the staircase door open and entered the hallway. And there, to his disbelief, stood a Yid, dressed in a shtreimel and bekishe with a broad smile on his face. “Shalom aleichem! Gut Shabbos!” The Yid’s arm was outstretched in greeting. “You’re invited to my room,” he said. “I have wine, fish, meat and everything we need for a Shabbos seudah!” Shmuel could barely get to himself. “From… from where did you come?” he stammered. “I was in my room, preparing for the seudah, when I heard the sound of someone falling and the sound of broken glass. I thought to myself that whatever happened really isn’t my business, but something told me I had to go check it out.” Shmuel and his new host, who remarkably had been given a room on the very same floor of this towering hotel, sat down to a meal that was more uplifting than any Shabbos seudah Shmuel had experienced for a long time. When Shmuel later related what happened to him in the Far East that Shabbos, he stated emphatically, “In the merit of my acceptance of all that happened to me — lovingly and without a trace of anger — Hashem brought the two of us together. If not for the broken bottle, both of us would have passed a lonely Shabbos on the same floor, so close, yet totally unaware of each other’s presence.” Name has been changed for privacy.
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24. Dvash Water Carrier by Family W.
25. Eishes Chayil by Gitty Ryba, 6
26. Frozen Man by Frimy Berger, 9
27. Gallant Gentleman by Michal Resnick
28. Going Green by Yossiâ€™s Bubby
30. I Teach Math by Nechama Liba Goldman, 12
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29. His Royal Highness by Fraidy and Tova Taub
31. Just Married! by Bracha Davidson and Esti Schwimmer
32. Little Red Riding Hood by Zlaty Schwartz
33. Mini Man of Snow by Miriam Singer
36. Newborn Darling
39. Purim Pal by Family Friedman
40. Under the Chuppah by Bruchy G., Esty D., Rivke D.
42. Spectacled Tailor by Shoshana Allen
43. Sporty Schoolgirl by S. R.
34. Mr. and Mrs. by Lebowitz
35. Mr. Korn the Corn Plant
37. Newly Shorn by Yechiel Lunger
38. Pretty in Pink by Bruchy Blumenfeld
41. Teacherâ€™s Pet by Bruchy G. and Esty D.
44. The Newest Couple by Deutsch Family
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45. The Forgotten Princess by Goldman Family
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46. Uncle Moishy by Reitzy Kessler
47. Well-Water Wonder by Yisroely G.
48. Riding High by S. R.
49. Sew Chic by Family Weiss
50. Shabbos Bubby by Chany Feldman, 7
51. Leibel A. Dvash, King of All Drinks by Moshe Arye Honig
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By: Hadassah Steinman
Chopsticks, one of the hallmarks of East Asian culture, are the kitchen and eating tools of choice in the countries of China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and more. Used in pairs of two equally sized sticks, chopsticks are most often made of bamboo, plastic, wood or stainless steel. Chopsticks made of ivory, jade, gold or silver are also available for those who choose to dine in luxury.
Researchers believe that the impetus for chopsticks being introduced was the nonviolent teachings of an ancient Chinese philosopher who believed that knives, which connote violence, had no place at the table…
For us knife-and-fork users, chopsticks seem highly awkward and impractical, but to a third of the world — which amounts to as many people as those who use our “standard” cutlery — chopsticks are the number one eating tool. While it does take practice to be fully comfortable using chopsticks, they’re actually simpler to use than you’d think! The trick? Keeping one chopstick in position at all times, while using only the second one to maneuver food into the grasp of the chopsticks. This is how: 1. Place the first chopstick at the base of the thumb of your dominant hand, letting it rest on your tucked-in ring and pinky fingers. 2. Place the second chopstick between the top of your thumb and forefinger, and place your middle finger underneath it. 3. Using your middle finger, move the second chopstick up and down to pick up food.
CHOPSTICKS BY COUNTRY CHINA Chinese chopsticks are generally longer than chopsticks in other countries, and most households use chopsticks made of lacquered bamboo. Exercising proper etiquette while dining is very important to the Chinese, and a child’s handling his chopsticks incorrectly reflects badly on his parents. Some pointers: • It is considered poor etiquette to spear food with a chopstick. Anything that is too difficult to grasp with
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chopsticks should be eaten with a spoon. • Digging or searching through food is frowned
upon and is referred to as “digging one’s grave.” • Chopsticks should never be used upside down. The only
time this is considered acceptable is when one is stirring food or transferring something from another plate when there are no serving chopsticks. • Since this sound is reminiscent of beggars trying to catch the attention of passersby, it is considered impolite to tap one’s chopsticks on the edge of one’s bowl. • For some mysterious reason, it is considered perfectly acceptable to use chopsticks to shovel rice from a plate directly into one’s mouth. • When serving oneself, one’s chopsticks may not pass over the chopsticks, hands, etc. of another person, and rested chopsticks should never be pointed at other people seated at the table. • Chopsticks resting on top of a bowl means that one has finished eating, while chopsticks resting at the side of one’s bowl indicate that one is simply taking a break and will resume eating shortly.
JAPAN The Japanese use chopsticks of varying sizes, beginning with extremely long chopsticks that are used for cooking and stirring. Chopsticks used for eating are considerably shorter and come in sizes appropriate for men, women and children. Many Japanese chopsticks have grooves at the pointed ends to prevent food from slipping from their grasp. Chopsticks are typically made of lacquered wood or bamboo, though disposable chopsticks used in restaurants — which come attached at the top to indicate that they haven’t been used — are unlacquered. Though plastic and metal chopsticks are appreciated for their durability, they’re less popular since they tend to be slippery. In Japan, chopsticks that aren’t in use should be resting on a chopstick rest. But what to do when using disposable chopsticks, which are very popular in Japan? Diners using those chopsticks are encouraged to use the paper wrapper — folded up — in lieu of a chopstick rest, and then stick the chopsticks back into the wrapper when they’re done eating.
THAILAND Historically, Thai people used their hands to eat, until they borrowed the idea of using a fork and spoon from the West and learned about chopsticks from the East. This is the reason you’ll find many kinds of eating tools in Thailand, depending on the dish served, and so — no chopsticks when eating rice!
KOREA Koreans use chopsticks of medium length, which are paired with a matching spoon. Most Korean chopstick-spoon sets are made of metal, and many have an elaborate design etched into the grip.
Contrary to the Chinese, Koreans eat rice with a spoon, possibly because they consider lifting a plate to one’s mouth poor etiquette...
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א שוהל,אפרים לונגער
צירי און שמילי איילבוים מיט זייער ברודער משה’לע אין,רחי אייזענבאך די קעסטעלע
Sruly Taub, 6
Weisz Family - Monticello
Donny Goldberger and Yossi Greenbaum
לוי יצחק סורקיס
Weisz Family - Monticello
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Hershy Meir and Avrom Menachem Weltscher
Greenberg Family - Makkos in the Parsha
R. and L. Wolodarsky
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Yiddy Elbaum, 12 years
Mendy FIiegman, 4.5
Pinny, Yitzy, Duddy & Mendy Greenberg
Yanky and Miriam Felberbaum
Mendy Schwartz, 3
Monsey roads - Perl & Esti Vidrin
אנשי און פיני זילבערמאן
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יידןֵ .לייּב גֵ ייט ייּבט ַּביים זֵ ְ ארט ַאוֶ ועק ,אּון ֶער ְּב ַל ְ אטע ָפ ְ יערֵ :לייּב'ס ַט ֶ קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ ִאין ְ ער ְקט ֵאיינֶ עם. אמ ְ אלט זִ יְך אּון ֶער ַּב ֶ אה ְ ער ֶלעְךֵ .לייּב ַּב ַ ייפ ְ אּב ִריק פּון ַפ ֶ יידע'ס ַפ ְ צּו זַ יין זֵ ֶ ויׁשן ִדי ַאכטּונְ גַ ,א ְׁש ַלאנְ ג ְצוִ ְ גִ יּב ְ עוואּוק ְסן. ְ גֶ
עצט ָאט ַאזֹוי ,יֶ ְ יׁשט ֶקען ֶמען נִ ְ קּוקן. ַאריינְ ְ ַ
ארט? וָ ואס ְׁש ֵטייט ָד ְ עסעזְ ׁש? יימע ֶמ ֶ עה ֶ ַא גֶ ֵ ֵלייּבֶ ,עס ִאיז ַצייט אפן. צּו גֵ יין ְׁש ָל ְ
ְׁש ַלאנְ ג!!!
ְס'נָ אְך גַ אנְ ץ ְפ ִריה, ייסט. יידי ֵה ְ ָאּבער ַאז זֵ ִ ֶ
עטער: ְׁש ֶּפ ֶ גּוטן. גּוטןַ ,א ְ ַא ְ
יָ אָּ ...ברּוְך ַה ָּבא.
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אדנֶ ע אפט ...אּון ָמ ְ אפן פּון גְ רֹויס ֶּבענְ ְק ַׁש ְ יׁשט ַאיינְ ְׁש ָל ְ ִאיְך ֶקען נִ ְ ערל ,וֶ וער ֶקען ִּב ְכ ַלל ייפ ְ ארט ִאיז ַמיין ַפ ֶ קּומען ָדא ָפאר! ָד ְ ֶ אכן זַ ְ ַאהין אּון ייען זִ יְך ִ יׁשט ,נָ אר ְד ֵר ֶ ארנִ ְ ער ִמיט? זֵ יי זִ ינְ גֶ ען גָ ְ ְׁש ִּפ ְילן ֶד ְ יידע'ס טּוען ָדא ַמיין זֵ ֶ ֶ אֹויפן קֹול! וָ ואס ְ יׁשט עדן נִ ְ צּוריק אּון ֶר ְ ִ ערע? עטער? אּון וֶ וער זֶ ענֶ ען ִדי ַאנְ ֶד ֶ ַאר ֶּב ֶ יט ְ ִמ ְ
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4-letter words 2 points | 5-letter words 3 points | 6-letter words 5 points | 7-letter words 7 points | 8-letter words 9 points | 9 or more 12 points
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DIRECTIONS: Write your words in alphabetical order, divided by letter-count in separate columns. Fax or email your word list, together with your total points, by Sunday at 8:00 PM for a chance to win! Include your name, phone number and address.
PLAYING RULES: • No adding “s” to a word. • No proper nouns, abbreviations, contractions or acronyms. • No bouncing back to letters already used in a given word. • Words may not be found with a computer boggle solver. • Words may not be found with the help of a dictionary. • The Monsey View will carefully review all submissions to ascertain that each word is found in the dictionary. Points will be deducted for ineligible words. • We reserve the right to disqualify entries that have a few ineligible words, are not written in alphabetical order or are missing information. • Each contestant has a chance to win only once in four weeks. • No credit given to archaic words, or words chiefly used in other languages (including British English).
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LAST WEEK’S QUESTION: Where are some municipal water tanks located in and around our town? ANSWER: On Grove Street between Treetop Lane and Remsen Avenue; On Oakwood Terrace in New Hempstead; Off Route 45 in Spring Valley
Question of the week:
Which residential street has 12 intersections, with two streets intersecting that street twice? 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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:
Arye Gross (xxx-8302) 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
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BOGGLE WINNERâ€™S LIST 5-LETTER WORDS
4-LETTER WORDS acid bear belt blue bute cape
cark carp cart dark dart earl
REMINDER Dictionaries or electronic devices may not be used to help you solve the Boggle board. We will disqualify word lists, as per our discretion, that include too many unusual words. The Boggle Team at The Monsey View
goad goat hist hoar jape laid
lark leap lube lute nest nose
Are you wondering why your name isnâ€™t here or why your points were reduced? The following are some of the ineligible words found:
arpen cale -crat -fication karp kist
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oath paid pale para park part
lape lara racal Tara tisk trad
pest plea raid rale rapt skit
sone spar step stub tarp this
toad toga trap tube
6-LETTER WORDS artist carpal carpet cation elapse hoarse nestle placid racial ration
arson blear carat crape earth lapse
sprat steno tepal upset
noise onset parse plaid ratio spark
7-LETTER WORDS radical
9+ LETTER WORDS parathion placation
Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words, words not found on board and words listed twice.
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12-2 New Listing! 15 Samuel Rd, Ln., Airmont! Completely Chestnut Ridge! Fully renovated Chestnut Ridge! Move in ranch renovated 3/5 bd col, 3.5 bth. 4 bd col, modern quartz kitch, new 12-2 New Listing! prop. 15 Samuel Rd,Rikki 12-2 New 199 Cherry Ln., .751-4 76bths Hillside Airmont! on park-like $399K! Lots Listing! of character overlooking on flatAve. prop. $659K Tirtza Beer Chestnut Ridge! Move in ranch on Airmont! Renovated 3/5 bd col, 3.5 Why rent when you can Drillman C: 845-558-1283 acre prop w/ circular driveway, C: 845-548-2325 own! 2/3 park-like prop. $399K! bth. Overlooking .75 acre prop detached 3 car garage w/w/ loft. bdsLOW TAXES! $249K Tirtza Rikki Drillman C: 845-558-1283 circular driveway, detached 3 car Beer C: 845-548-2325C: 845-548Great value! $550K Devorah garageSekula w/ loft.C:Great value! $550K 2325 1-4 76 Hillside Ave. Airmont! 845-548-9486 Devorah Sekula C: 845-548-9486 Why rent when you can own! 2/3 12-2 New Listing! 199 Cherry 2-4 PM 22 Lawrence Ave. bdsLOW TAXES! $249K Tirtza Coming Soon! OFFICE SPACE! High end 5000 sqft office space in great location! Kayla Wiederman C: 845-709-0818 Montebello! New Listing! A real Wow! 5 bd col w/ spac rooms, fin bsmt, stunning pool, gorg acre+ prop. $950K Kayla Wiederman C: 845-709-0818
New Hempstead! Lrg 4 bd bi-level w updated kitch on great .66 acre end of a quiet st $499K Shainie Kovitz C: 914-329-1958
Suffern! New Listing! Don’t miss this fab 3400 sqft extended col! Granite eat in kitch w 2 sinks & 2 ovens. Spacious rooms.$589K Beila Weinberger C: 845-662-2884
Wesley Hills/Forshay! 5 bds 4 bth Col on private flat land. A Steal! $749K Chedva Dahan C: 845-323-0383
Montebello! New Listing! Young open concept 4500 sqft 5 bd col, loaded with extras! Stunning flat prop, trex deck, fin bsmt, surround sound system & more! Won’t last! $950K Gitty Berkovic C: 845-826-5229 Airmont! Walk to shop! MOVE RIGHT IN! 4+ bd home w/ addition off NEW kitch. Near 1 acre. Taking offers now! $525K Shainie Kovitz C: 914-329-1958 Suffern! Updated Hi Ranch just off Carlton Rd. Fully renovated kitch & bths. MOTIVATED SELLER! $425K Devorah Sekula C: 845-548-9486 Pomona! Great Location! 5 bd 4 bth contemporary ranch on flat prop. 3400 sqft of living space. Gorg Dream Kitch! $599K Chedva Dahan C: 845-323-0383 New Hempstead! Price Reduced! 4 bd 2.5 bth 2300 sqft home on beaut prop. New windows & bths, Prof home office. $525K Leah Schechter C: 845-304-7880
Spring Valley! Spac semi-att 3 bd col w updated windows on quiet st. $445K Shainie Kovitz C: 914-329-1958 Monsey! Carlton area. Almost 6,000 sqft, 3 floors. Under Construction! $669K Shainie Kovitz C: 914-329-1958 Suffern! Office space in Prime Area. Up to 4000 sqft avail immed. Tirtza Beer C: 845-548-2325 Blueberry Hill Condo! 2+ Bd. 1.5 bth, duplex, hardwood floors, washer & dryer. Financing avail. $259,900 Rifkie Kaufman C: 845-216-4512
Rentals New Hempstead! 4 bd Hi-ranch for $3,000/m Yocheved Neiman, Tirtza Beer Team C: 845-641-2375 Garnerville! Move in! Avail Immed. 4bd 3 bth Col. WONT LAST!! $2600/m including utilities. Chedva Dahan C: 845-323-0383 Pomona! 6 bd 5 bths ranch on 1.47 acres! Brand new cond! Updated kitchen, hardwood floors. Avail imm. $4,500/m Chedva Dahan C: 845-323-0383 Chestnut Ridge! Just renovated 5 bd col. NEW kitch & bths. Close to park. $3,000/m Tirtza Beer C: 845-548-2325
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Classifieds FOR SALE 2008 TOYOTA Sienna LE 8 passenger minvan 83,000 miles. $6,500 Please call 845 694 8761 2006 NISSAN ARMADA 215k Miles. $2800 OBO. 845587-3366 HONDA ACCORD 2012 Honda Accord Special Edition, 77k Miles dark gray, Excellent condition, $9,000, Call/text/email for more information 845-579-5630 firstname.lastname@example.org FOR SALE 2011 black Toyota Sienna 54k miles. $12000. Call/text 7189744293 48” MATTRESSES along with the boxsprings (frames not included). 845517-7326. D&W B/R SET mahogany solid wood with leather accent on headboards, 48”, Call/Text 845.548.2685 2 BUNK BEDS natural wood and bleached wood. 845-354-8611 D/R & DINETTE plus appliances, barely used. please call: 516-321-1314 or email: malkydeutsch21@ gmail.com
FURNITURE FOR SALE Beautiful D&W complete master bdrm set, 48” headboards and 6 door china closet for sale due to move. excellent price. First come first serve. Please call 2485313
Hardly used dining room 4 door break front in brand new condition available for sale. Packed and wrapped for moving. $700 or best offer. Please call 917-6538937 SINGLE SEAT excellent condition single dark brown seat, with foot rest, please call 425.8290 or 269.8079
MASTER B/R Wall unit furniture with mirror, two headboards and night chest. please call 845642-3482 MASTER B/R nice conditon, call or text 914249-9910
MASTER B/R 44” mattresses, sateen linen, and new leather dust ruffles! Call 845 659 9876 CORNER DESK and a small china closet call 917 974 5397 FOR SALE: Mahogany office desk, 4 drawers 54” width 24” depth. Great condition. $100 (pickup only) New hover board MegaWheels $170, Call/text: 845-659-3903
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MASTER B/R D&W set. 48”. Solid wood with leather accent. Call/Text 845.548.2685
MOVING SALE mirrored dresser. black round granite table. call 845213-8822
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BRAND NEW set of 2, never used, wood and black leather adjustable stools with back. Originally priced $120, now $60. Call 8456413159 RECLINER & ROCKER Genuine Leather. Beige, gold color in good condition. $200. Call: 845-376-4183 WASHER/DRYER STACKABLE FRIGIDAIRE 845-426-0424 BOSCH DISHWASHER new condition Stainless Steel for $150. (not kosher) please call/text 201.204.6315 WASHER/DRYER stackable excellent condition please call 845-596-7727 SAMSUNG DRYER like new call or text to 8452742459
CHAIRS FOR SALE Beautiful 8 Italian dining room chairs to sell. 2 yrs old. Perfect condition. upholstery color: green (gold green). 845-274-8975. MICHAEL KORS New ladies watch. Originally $225 selling for $99. 845-5870621 EARRINGS shabbas/wedding call 845746-6012 GEVRIL ladies gold watch with diamonds plz call or text 845659-9155 SUNRISE FORMULA $22 a can. please call 845826-2317 WEDDING OUTFIT for boys size 2 & 5 great price. Please call 845-352-2131 STOKKE CRUSI carriage with bassinet, toddler seat and twin seat. 845-570-7183 BABY ROUES Frame and seat in excellent condition. bassinet never used. Black. $300, value $650. 845-406-8030 SEEKING A used korg keyboard pa-300 or pa-600. Pls call 845-2637240
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KOVA HAT new condition,size 54. 845323-2233 GIRLS CROCS new selling for $13. Toddler size 10/11. Call 538-7161 KARAOKE Singing Machine & CD Player. Originally $59. selling for $40 please call 845.304.7927 PING PONG TABLE new. 914-391-8982. PESACH SET used once selling for only $200 please call 845-356-6215
KEYBOARD FOR SALE Korg PA 3xle, great condition with quality beats, excellent price, please call 845-4994281 and leave a message PERSIAN RUG 15’ X 18’ call 845-377-5748 MATERNA unopened baby formula stage 1 dairy $20, 845 354 8554 PEDAL GO-KART Great gift ages 4-8. Call 845304-5160
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MOUNTAIN BUGGY double, Excellent condition, black $100, 845-694-9623 CHANGING TABLE new, in original box $30, 845 694 9623 BUGABOO BUFFALO almost new 8454261722 ELECTRIC SCOOTER new in box. Razor E150 $80 Please call 425-1937 CARRIAGE BUNTING 7AM in burgundy with matching carriage muffs. New condition. $150. Call: 845-376-4183 PULL-UPS 4 cases cuties, size 4-5. $25/ case. Call: 845-376-4183 BREAST PUMP single electric, new in box icl. bottle & travel bag $45 8452744940 PRETZEL MAKER bella, new in box text 347 504-4033 ELECTRIC SCOOTER E300 with feet. Yamaha keyboard PSRE433. call 200-1826
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 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 STUNNING CONDO! Upgraded, 4-5 bdrm condo for rent in Joshua area. Please call agent Abraham Spitzer. 914-341-2974 6,000 FT. home with private property in Albert area for rent 12-18 months. Abraham Spitzer 914-341-2974 or as.123realty@ gmail.com RENTAL on Elm Street Flat style unit for rent includes: Kitchen/ Dinette, Dining Rm/Living Rm, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and porch. Please Call 845414-1606
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5 BDRM Hi-Ranch, Beautiful Near Viznitz, Bobov, Tertzil, Schneebalg, Over 15,000 sf., R15A Zoning, call 845.372.6610 HOUSE RENTAL for up to a year in chestnut ridge, call 274-5663 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. SHABBOS GETAWAY Looking to go away for Shabbos? Family getaway in Kingston, NY is the place. Call 845-334-9044 or email email@example.com APARTMENT FOR RENT Nice large walk in Studio Apartment. Near New Day. Available March 1st. Please call/text 917-589-7352 FOR RENT Brand new, 3 bdrm 1.5 bathroom walk-in apartment on Ridge Ave Please call 845425-4095 ONE BDRM APT Beautiful New one bdrm apt. In chestnut ridge/birds
section. Walk in-perfect for chosson kallah great price call 347-528-9382 HOUSE FOR SALE New Hempstead Magnificent 7 BR, 3.5 Bath, Bi-Level Dream Home. Majestic 2-story Entrance. Oversized deck, Large Rec room, tons of closets! Central Air, 4-Zone Heating. gorgeous park-like property tree enclosed to ensure privacy. Very low taxes , Mother/daughter setup, choice of shuls, $749k owner: 845.883.2092 2 BDRM new house, Maple area please call, 917-474-2456 2 ROOM Fully furnished. With porch. A quiet dead end in Blauvelt area. Call: 8452137882 5 BDRM APT Play room, study, pesach kitchen 2.5 bath Decatur Ave. 426 1722 6 ROOM 9 ft. ceilings, 2 full baths, culd-sac, Brewer Area. Please call: (845)216-1777 LOOKING TO RENT furnished apartment for young couple for 6 months in the South Monsey area. 845 222 4099
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ONE BDRM full bath and kitchen in Chestnut Ridge. Please call (845) 521-9432
BUTTERMAN PL. 1000 s.f. 8 1/2 ft. Ceiling unfinished basement please call 646-596-4838
2 BDRM Airmont, Call 845-357-0004.
SPACE AVAILABLE Office/warehouse space available In Airmont NY | Ground level | 500 Sq Ft + additional kitchenette space and restroom | Call for more information 917-662-6948
2 BDRM new, ground level, New County Rd/Rt 59 area call 845-596-7727 WESLEY 3 bedrm; text (732) 328-9116 POMONA 2 bdrm; 917 830 6341
OFFICE RENTAL Office space for rent-1345 square feet-Challenger Ct. Please call: 845-587-2977.
furnished apartment on Remsen. 845.517.8409 STUDIO APARTMENT 2 room apartment. Fully furnished. A quiet dead end in Blauvelt area. Call: 8452137882 3 ROOM avail immediately. Call 917557-7273 LEGAL SPACE for rent for daycamp summer 2019. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org LARGE BASEMENT room for rent in Bates area. Suitable for office or playgroup etc. 845 746 7251
JOB OPPORTUNITY Local Mortgage Brokerage is seeking a Full Time Commercial Processing Assistant. Candidate must be creative, detail oriented, great with numbers, and with people. Qualified applicants please email/fax resume. Fax: 845.230.8682 Email: saram@everestequity. com. OFFICE ASSISTANT Seeking full time office assistant for finance department of a logistics center in Nyack. Must be proficient in Excel. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume to finance@rubyhas. com
!אכטונג ספעשיל עד און פרי סקול טיטשערס זוכט איר אנצופילן די נאכמיטאג שעות אין א ?rewarding and fun filled environment המספיק נעמט יעצט אויף נאך שטאב מיטגלידער .After-School Program פארן 5:45 ביז3:00 מאנטאג ביז דאנערשטאג פון געשמאקע אטמאספערע – מלא סיפוק – און גוט באצאלט רופט נאך היינט מיט אייער 845-425-3421:אינפארמאציע
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 email@example.com
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BOOKKEEPING JOB A busy Monsey office is current looking to hire a Female Bookkeeper, must have QB experience,ambition and great communications skills, Great Environment please email staffing@ shmanz.com OFFICE ASSISTANT f/t. Candidate should be meticulous, detail oriented & QuickBooks proficient preferred . Jobs@cutam.org or fax to 237-9779 HIRING F/T position: monseyhiringdept@gmail. com JOB OPENING Management company located in Monsey with great office enviorenment is looking to hire full time female employee. Office experience a must, Bookkeeping knowledge a plus. Email resume to: applymanagementposition@ gmail.com TRI COUNTY CARE Tri-County Care (Hamaspik) is seeking a F/T A/R Specialist. Graduates welcome, full training provided. Candidate must be organized and detail oriented. Great compensation and excellent office environment. Please email
resumes to m.schwartz@ tricountycare.org or fax to845-503-9204. MEDICAL BILLING Needs to be articulate and detail oriented. Please email resume to jobopportunities120@gmail. com or fax to 845-774-1299. SECRETARY Looking for a female, full time secretary/ manager for a busy office. Great opportunity for the right individual. e-mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. ENTRY LEVEL POSITION Looking to hire someone for data entry. Must have good number skills. Potential for growth. This is a fulltime 9-5 job. Please email email@example.com P/T POSITIONS Great environment, allgirl office, excellent pay! Basic Computer skills and communication skills a must. Please call 845-4289597 or email resume to jobsopening10952@gmail. com REAL ESTATE OFFICE Real Estate management office looking to hire part time secretary-Accts receivable. Please email resume to ehorowitz@ sapphirevent.com
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REAL ESTATE OFFICE Real Estate management office looking to hire part time secretary. Knowledge of Rent Manager software a plus. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
SON-RISE seeking female for special ed job. training provided, great pay for the right candidate. Email resume to email@example.com or call (845) 821-2275
AUTO CAD frum female proficient in Auto Cad to teach the program one-on-one. Will pay. Please call 845-826-4551
MONSEY YESHIVA Seeks capable f/t secretary with strong writing and computer skills. Please send resume to MonseyYeshivaJob@gmail. com
REMEDIAL POSITION Title I mentor to teach reading in grades Pre IA and first. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org BAIS YAAKOV SCHOOL Expanding Monsey School Seeks English permanent substitute and experienced Pre-school teachers to join our talented and dedicated team for the 19-20 school year. Email resume to bbamberger@basmikroh. org. If you would like to join our substitute list, Kdg - 8th grade please call our office at 845-352-5296 HAMASPIK OF ROCKLAND ABA department is looking to hire a Para Professional for early mornings and Sunday afternoons. Training Provided. Great Pay! Please email your resume to: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland. org, Fax:845-503-1239, Phone:845-503-0239.
RECEPTIONIST Medical facility in Monsey is looking for an energetic, pleasant and friendly person for receptionist position. Afternoon and late evening hours. Work-week includes Sunday but not Friday. Competitive pay. Please email resume to: jobsin10952@ gmail.com VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016 LOOKING TO HIRE Technology / Telecom company looking to hire a level 2/3 technician, willing to train but prior technical experience a most. Please email resume to: email@example.com
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Classifieds FUNDRAISER Looking for a fundraiser for a non for profit organization. Willing to train. Call 347460-0204. LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER local drivers for chessed. Please call 845-352-1016 LINGERIE FITTER WANTED Do you have a knack for fit? Do you know how to sew? Chic Lingerie is looking to hire another fitter. We will train. Must be available to work on Sunday and in the afternoon. Must have sensitivity and discretion. Well paid. Please email email@example.com or call 616-802-8788 INS. ADJUSTER If you like working with people & would like a job where you can make your own hours, than we have the perfect career for you! For more information call 973951-1534
support. Email:Doulawithu@ gmail.com Call:(917)280-3707 DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com MOTHERCARE DOULA Worried how you’ll fare? Turn to mothercare for all your labor support needs. Happy references avail. Experienced in the hypnobirthing method. Sara Esti Greenberg CD(dona) 845 352 7716 or 845 3046682 or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org 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
LOOKING FOR A TODDLER to fill slot at an amazing Bates playgroup due to move. Yidd/ Engl.Child most turn 3 by May. Call 8455377922
FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling winter routes and all transportation & delivery needs. Excellent customer service! Please call/text 917750-4105.
WARM AND EXPERIENCED babysitter available to babysit night hours in your home or at weddings. References available. Please call 845 499 9272
BOOKKEEPING Too busy to do your own bookkeeping? Let us do it right for a small fee. Specializing in small businesses. (845) 261-1169
SERVICES CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula DOULA SERVICES Breathe Easy with Estee Salczer CD(DONA) labor
GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281 THE BUNDT SHOPPE Bundt cakes for all occasions! Is it a L’chaim? Bris? Upsheren? A Rebbe’s Tish? Or just for Shabbos! An array of sizes and flavors! Call or text 917-586-9864
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ADDRESSING 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 TRI STATE SHADES Custom shades at affordable prices. Shop in the comfort of your own home! Call for free estimate: Monsey T. Diamant 845-213-5481 | Brooklyn D. Friedman 929-420-1398 | Lakewood E. Friedman 929289-8519 WAITERS Making your own Simcha at home. Relax!!! Lets us take care of the rest. From Setting, Serving and Cleaning up. Call now 917-613-1595 DEBT RELIEF Are you having trubble with your finances? There is hope! join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night in Monsey @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:308:30pm . for more info visit www.debtorsanonymous.org REGISTERED DEITITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN | In person and online consultations | Insurance accepted | 347 480 1670 | rd@ miriamshurpin.com | www. miriamshurpin.com
POEMS!!! Poems by C.M. Aguirre for all occasions and needs. Purim Special $15 per poem. Call/ Text: 845-213-5112 Email: wrappedwithwords@gmail. com SAY CHEEZE PIZZA $9.95 Large Pizza | Made-to-order @ SayCheeseKosherPizza | 329 Rt 59, Airmont NY | 845-4458121 ALTERATIONS Professional alterations, fast service, in the Blueberry Hill area. 929.287.2135 HOT SUPPERS Gourmet Food - Have delicious meals delivered to your door, Heimish from my kitchen, Inquire about our שבתmenu. KJ Poultry, Call or text 845-641-0067 LEAN HOW TO CLEANSE Your digestive system, powerfully with our 1 day cleanse. Great before starting a new food plan. Products, instructions & consultations included. 845-468-0054 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos
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Hamaspik HomeCare Seeks full time: • Coordinator – phone and computer skills (female preferred) • Marketer – field position, computer savvy, friendly personality, experience necessary • Business Development – computer savvy and creative, experience necessary • Home Health Aide Recruiter – field position, computer savvy Pleasant work environment, benefits
Email resume: HR@hamaspikcare.org or Fax: 718.408.7733
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Classifieds HK PRACTIONER Is your child suffering from Fears, anxieties, bedwetting, constant fatigue and allergies? Have them muscle tested for free. Rochel Leah Curland, HK practioner, call 468-0054 for details.
HULAHOOP ACTIVITIES. Private, groups, schools, siyums, camps, parties. Interactive sport offering confidence, team-building and coordination skills. www.instagram.com/ dinadeehoops, 201-305-3462
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
HAIR Wash and sets, haircut, and styling, at very reasonable prices. Pick up and drop off available for your sheitel. please call 845 538 5623
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 SEWING COURSES private sewing course with master teacher Esty Krauss. call or text 845-662-5931 PROFESSIONAL SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. 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. No internet. 6 slots available. Suri Wachsman 845.356.2101 or 917.474.6826 PIANO AND KEYBOARD LESSONS Piano and keyboard lessons children and adults beginners to Advance for more info please contact Yisroel at 718-790-8659 973928-3476
HAIR-DOS Have your hair done professionally for all your occastions in a prime area. Call 8453561937 AFFORDABLE Hair Cuts/Wash n Sets. Hair Cuts for only $10! home visits included! Wash n Sets only $20! Just call or text Perela at 845.376.9566 ORGANIC FACIAL clear teen acne/ blackheads, waxing, brow/lash tinting. Over 15 yrs experience. Call for references (845) 8259342. BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY
Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 ATTENTION KALLAHS! Let us create your master Tenoyim or Chassunah Album You-WIll-Be-ProudOf!! Different Samples, Ideas and sizes to choose from. Please call in for this week’s special. Please call 845-4597664.
TRANSFORM! Discover the secret to true joy & serenity! Iyh thurs @ 10am 1641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 1641 715 0709 ref 124 SEEKING CARPOOL Frum woman looking to carpool to uptown Manhattan, Mount Sinai/ Colombia area. Please call/ text 917-287-9568
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
TRANSFORM! Experience your own miraculous transformation! Iyh thurs @ 10am 1641 715 0700 pin 549732 playback 1641 715 0709 ref 124
MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319
GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031.
LEARN ENGLISH English lessons for cheider, yeshiva, and adult learners by an experienced, professional native English speaker. Call: 973-727-8375
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Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 845-3621312 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com
DIABETIC STRIPS Looking to buy your extra Diabetic Test Strips. Strictly Confidential. 347-871-7574
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOBOOKS Bring your memories alive. Photobooks for all occasions. 845-499-9745
MAFRISH CHALLAH?? Be mispalel for someone in need of a yeshuah, new name weekly. Call 24/6 @216-3710413
MATH TUTOR Male math tutor available. Yiddish/English Eliyahu: 845-659-0359
WEINGARTEN SALE we paid together On jan 6 at shoe sale and you left before I paid you! call:608-4164
MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus,
SAW YESHUAH I tzindt a licht for 40 days lieli nishmas R’ Mendela M’Riminov, and promised to publicize if I saw a Yeshuah.
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// services // odds & ends // gemachim
FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. 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 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach 917.697.0790 FRIMIT’S BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email email@example.com CHASUNAH HAIR ORNAMENT for rent @ $3 and below. West central area 371-1765 MECHITZA’S 30 feet - 5 six foot tables 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes
Attention High School Girls! Great opportunities to work with individuals after school hours and weekends. Rewarding experience and great pay. Please call and leave a clear detailed message. 845-503-0219
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Classifieds $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail.com BABY CHASUNA GOWNS Adorable gowns and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. 425-3049 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 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. OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com
ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105. 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 TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. Call (845) 371 2105 PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays firstname.lastname@example.org or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH We will lend you a cell phone free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333
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// gemachim REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. 845-356-0815 MODEST HOSPITAL GOWN GEMACH for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable Main Number: Chanie Gertner 845-4258687 5 locations PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536. FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com SIDDUR/CHUMASH GEMACH 558.4774
HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach. Please call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278 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 ARE YOU ON BED REST? We do the laudry for you. call 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers) WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036 leave mess. DVD GEMACH DVDs borrowed from 7 Dunn Rd. gemach should be returned to 21 Calvert,425-2660.
COAT RACK GMACH Coat racks and hangers available for your simcha. Please call 845-356-9841
MECHITZA’S 30 FEET 5 six foot tables - stands serving station Kosher cell phone $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail. com
REFLECTOR GEMACH: Be safe! If ur having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors call 347-977-6816
LADIES BANDS $10 New ladies bands, all lengths. Also berret hats. Call 845 290 8319
Excellent Opportunity! Hamaspik of Rockland County is looking to hire a Licensed Social Worker. Experience with the Mental Health population a must. Excellent pay with growth potential. Please submit your resume at email@example.com.
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: Bachelorâ€™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
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Classifieds BECHER GEMACH (not zmiros) please call 845642-0910 טייערע כלה נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה צו די מאקסימום מיט אן אלבום וואס , הדרכה,ענטהאלט השקפה פוןCD מיט א, תפילות,שיעורים רעזעווירט.הערליכע כלה לידער 245- וואכן פאר די חתונה4 שוין 352-2560 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers | mikes | mixers | cables | for your simchas and party’s | 917-382-8809 TEEN JEWELRY avigayil resnick 845-6822093 ATT: KALLAH & FAMILY have your hair done professionally on your wedding day at a very low price call 845-538-5623
DRESSES/GOWNS ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326
SIMCHA DRESSES & GOWNS FOR RENT OR SALE Mechtenistes-adult sisters of the bride-maternity, beautiful selection 845659-8753. We also take your gowns on consignment & rent or sell it for you!
kleinfeld bridal gown. size 8 10. Call 929-287-2135
White & black ladies gown size 14 354-1934
Pink/Blush gown size 4 for $475, 845-352-1650
Size 10/12 peach gown custom Tosca 1416-876-0204
Size 20 children’s off White and blush tulle gown Please call: 426 5475
Green and Black size 10-12 Cocktail length for rent, Please call: 845-587-0204
B&W wedding dresses adult size 4,6, 8-10, for rent, o email@example.com, 845-425-3207
Fine Pink Gown sz 2-4 Teen. 845 425 4578
St John black and white party dress size 6 Call/Text 845248-6426
Dusty blue gown size 6 call/ txt 845 570-7468
Maternity Black & Silver Mechutenista Dress. Small,Petite. 845-263-9404.
boys suits for rent with matching caps, Size 2-6 Please call: 845-362-2325 size 4 TERI JON gown. Black + color. $300/rent. Call 845659-9300 B&W wedding dresses adult size 4,6, 8-10, for rent, firstname.lastname@example.org, 845-425-3207 mauve gown, size 12 call: 354-9328/608-9122 off white and black gown sz 12-14 352-0980 black and cream wedding gown sz 6-8 352-0980 2 navy Gowns size 0-2 in New Square. 845-354-6425 black and white dress for rent. size 6-8. 371-2947.
CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white gown/dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924
girls pink custom size 10 dress. 845-425-0460
WEDDING DRESS Magnificent gold studded and lace mechteniste coat dress,very slenderizing. Sell/ rent call:845-356-2996 cell: 347-564-1367
black and gold gown size 16 very slenderizing for rent. Please call 13476754965
CHASUNAH DRESS Absolutely amazing dress, silver grey and cream, fantastic price. Call anytime 845.641.3159 and leave a message. GOWNS FOR SALE Magnificent white and black children’s wedding dresses, ranging size 4-16. Call 1845608-0680 lve msg
blush girl’s gowns size 5 and 10. Call txt 8454920005
women’s straight black geometric lace gown size 16 for rent. Please call 13476754965 black & ivory gown size 8-10 to rent $250. call 356-6544 gowns Italian Fabric in white/ blue coloring. size 16 girls and 2 or 4 women. 845 323 5544 Ivory gown, mauve/gold brocade inlay, size 6-8. Please call or text 845-323-2434 Cream/Rose Gown. Size 00. Call 352-4470
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// gemachim // dresses & gowns
Blush Gowns for sale sz 14 & 16 kids 845 425 4578
wedding / tenoyim dress available to rent. Please call 426-7460
New, Ivory Beaded Machetenista Gown for sale. Size 10. 845-499-7298. gold/off white teen gowns sz 16-18, 2, &6. Also little childrens gold/off white 2-3, 4-5, 6-7. 845-352-4028
Pink Gowns for sale sz 8 & 10 kids 845-263-9404
2 childrens gown for sale, Inc. matching shoes and hair accessories . 8456599876
White & black children’s gown size 5 & 12 -14 – 3541934
black and gold gown 845 213 5170
Black velvet maternity gown for rent, size small. 845-4255321. black maternity gown (cocktail length) Size large. 845-263-2170 Black maternity gown for rent. Size small. Please call: 845-578-1720 Hunter Green dress with lace, size 4-6. Please call 7184356309 off white wedding/tenoim dress to sell size 4/6 for only $125 call 845-356-6215 White Girls Gowns for sale: Sizes 18, 10, 6. Please call 718810-9654 black and gold ladies gowns for rent. Please call or text 347-278-1278 Bridal gown size 6 for rent. Very reasonable. Please call or text 347-278-1278 Mechateinesta Dress: off white & black, Size 8-10, Rent $650. Please call: 845-4253782. white and green dress for sale size 2. Please call/text 845269-8649. Teen/adult Size 4 Worn only once Beige/powder/cream/ gold/ 845-354-5523
size 8/10 black wedding/ tenoyim dress for rent. Call 845-694-9573
LOST Gray & white baby blanket in a La Familia taxi (or outside of the Shopper’s Haven Mall) last week Monday, call: 3623969
FOUND Men’s bike on maple ave. A few weeks ago. Call 8453232233 red baby band outside shopper’s haven. Call 426 2434 grey suede headband with gold design near Park and Ride. Call 426 2434 32 GB SD card on Francis Place a few weeks ago. Call 425 4528 grey baby hat with small pompom in Star 1 taxi last week. Pls call 845.274.8150 and lv msg. ring, corner wilsher and linderman. 845-587-0316 maroon baby shoe, howard and jeffery. 709.4864
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האדמו"ר מטאפלטשאן בעריכת שלחן הפירותחמשה עשר בשבט בישיבת תורה וחסד
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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).
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שמחת התנאים לבת הגה"צ אב"ד סיקסא
מלוה מלכה לרגל פתיחת ביהמ"ד ליוצאי ישיבת אור ישראל במאנסי
הגה"צ אב"ד קאמאדא מאנסי בנסיעה לקברי צדיקים
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מלוה מלכה שבת אחים ארויסצוווייזן הכרת הטוב פאר די געטרייע מעמבערס פון חברה הצלה ד'ראקלענד קאונטי
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מלוה מלכה ודינער 'ונתחזק' לטובת ביהמ"ד באבוב במאנסי
פרשת יתרו אויסגעשפילט דורך די קינדער פון ת"ת מונקאטש
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המשפיע הרב ר' יחזקאל טאב אצל ציון של הרה''ק מריבניץ זצוק''ל | בילדער אבי ס.
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שבת התוועדות לתלמידי ישיבת אור ישראל בארץ הקודש בראשות ראש הישיבה שליט"א
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האדמו''ר משינאווא אצל החתונה של בת הרה"ג ר' חיים יעקב גאלדשטיין במאנסי
האדמו"ר מפשעווארסק בלחיים בביהמ"ד פשעווארסק מאנסי
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