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FREE ISSUE 186 FEBRUARY 13, 2019
פרשת תצוה ח’ אדר א’ תשע”ט
Planned and Prompted Are presidential speeches straight from the heart?
Bloopers and Blunders At the political podium
Stumble No More Is there a secret to successfully stopping a stutter?
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RE: SMART METERS THE SMART DECISION? (Inbox, Issue 185) Reading a recent letter about smart meters, as well as many of the wonderful health-related articles in your magazine, prompted me to write in. I want to preface by saying that I am all for being informed and educating oneself in regard to health hazards and a wholesome lifestyle. I grew up in a health-conscious home where aluminum is always lined, Teflon not purchased, and microwaves in use only Erev Pesach. High-gluten flour is limited, sea salt used daily, raw sugar the sweetener of choice, and nuts and fruits abound. At least to some degree, I strive to emulate this perfect balance in my home. However, with our efforts to keep a healthy home and limit ingestion and exposure of unhealthy elements comes the realization that things are very often out of our control. The world is full of chemicals and radiation. The foodstuffs we ingest on a daily basis are loaded with not-good-for-yous, and the studies in regard to certain staples vary by the day. Yes, we need to do hishtadlus, but let’s not forget Who is in charge of our health. Yes, do try your best, but when faced with the fact that we no longer farm our own food in the countryside and largely rely on processed food, and that technological advances expose us to things we want to avoid, whisper a tefillah that Hashem watch over us. When giving medication to a child, instead of being anxious about the side effects, ask Him that it be the right thing for the health of your child. Because we can’t do more than try. And daven. P.D.
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LINGERING INSPIRATION (Re: Set in Royalty, Issue 183) The article on suedas melavah malkah was inspiring and an eye-opener. Prior to reading it, I never knew that it’s an equal mitzvah for women to wash on Motzei Shabbos as it is for men. The inspiration and information really changed my outlook on Motzei Shabbos. C.R.
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Parshas Tetzaveh By: Malka Schneps
Rivka was sitting at her niece’s chasunah enjoying her soup and the conversation when Bracha came and sat down next to her. “Rivka, I want to tell you something,” said Bracha. “This might sting a little, but I think you need to hear it.” Rivka smiled politely and braced herself for whatever it was that Bracha felt she “needed to hear.” “Rivka, don’t you think it’s time that you were the one making chasunah? Esty is not getting any younger, and you have other children waiting in line.” Bracha leaned in and added, “I think you need to stop being so picky already and put your daughter’s needs ahead of your own.” Rivka looked around. Every woman at the table was staring at her. What should she answer? Rivka thought of a million things that she could say in response — from divulging Esty’s illness that was preventing her from even thinking of her future at this point, to the fact that none of this was any of Bracha’s business, to letting Bracha know just how wrong it was to speak to anyone this way, especially in public. But Rivka stayed silent. All of Rivka’s years of learning shemiras halashon did not lessen the painful impact of Bracha’s words, but they did train Rivka to control her own response. As difficult as it was, she held her tongue. This week’s parsha first details the special garments worn by the
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kohanim, and then discusses korbanos. R’ Elimelech Biderman, shlit”a, notes that the Gemara (Zevachim 88) states that the Torah juxtaposes the bigdei kehunah with the korbanos to tell us that the bigdei kehunah bring atonement. Each garment atones for something. For example, the turban atones for arrogance, and the belt atones for improper thoughts. The me’il, a robe from which bells hang, atones for lashon hara. Back in Parshas Va’eira, we noted that the frogs that jumped
Holding back from saying something one should not say is a most difficult feat. into the ovens during Makkas Tzefardei’a were rewarded for their mesiras nefesh — when the other frogs all died, the ones who had jumped into the ovens were spared from death. Contrast that with Makkas Bechoros, during which the dogs did not bark, and they, too, were rewarded, through the mitzvah in the Torah to feed a certain type of non-kosher meat to dogs, which is a mitzvah incumbent upon every generation. The frogs were willing to sacrifice their very lives by jumping into fire for Hashem, yet only that generation of frogs was rewarded. The dogs simply did not bark, yet they were rewarded for all gen-
erations. R’ Dovid of Tolne, zt”l, explains that this seeming discrepancy in rewards shows that staying silent is even harder than jumping into fire. Holding back from saying something one should not say is a most difficult feat. In Even Shleimah (7:1), the Vilna Gaon cites the Midrash that for every moment a person remains silent rather than speak lashon hara, they merit the hidden light that no malach or being can perceive. A reward this great indicates that holding one’s tongue must be extremely difficult, as it says in Pirkei Avos that the reward of a mitzvah is measured according to its difficulty. The day after the chasunah in the story above, Chana’s phone rang. “Chana, weren’t you at the Rosen chasunah last night? I heard something happened between Rivka and Bracha. Do you know anything about it?” asked Chevy. Chana had in fact been seated right at Rivka’s table at the chasunah. She was about to tell Chevy everything when an image came to her mind that made her stop. The image was of Rivka, sitting silent at the table — silent in the face of public humiliation. Chana realized that if Rivka could stay silent and not answer Bracha back, then certainly she could refrain from repeating the story. As difficult as it was, Chana held her tongue… and there is a great light waiting for her.
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Simplifying Healthy Eating The Traffic Light Method Whenever the conversation about healthy eating comes up it is always followed closely by talk of calories, proteins, carbs and fats. The world has become obsessed with calories and macronutrients that any discussion involving healthy eating we constantly bring up calories, protein, carbs and fats. But is this true? Are calories and meal nutrient proportions the culprit to the ever growing obese trend? Don't get me wrong having too many calories does make you gain weight. But is that the problem or is the problem something else? When we look at the problem as calories the solution is to restrict calorie intake. This means that all the 100’s of diets designed should help us lose weight. So why do these diets only lead to short term results? They’ve solved our “problem”. They help you lose the weight. But… they don't help you keep it off. At the Smith System we believe that the problem is not the problem rather it is the way you look at the problem. As long as we look at weight loss as a simple equation of calories in vs out. The solution is always going to be to find a way to lowering your calories. May it be the latest diet or the trendiest workout that helps you burn 1,000 calories in just 20 minutes while toning your body. All though these are extremely effective for some reason it doesn't last. Today we’ll discuss a couple of points that will help you realize why we are the way we are and the only way to long term success is by changing the way we look at the problem. Fitness and weight loss were not the biggest concerns back in the day. In fact the only people doing strict eating regiments and specific exercise routines were soldiers or athletes.
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So I want to introduce you to the “Traffic Light Method” we use to help clients simplify healthy eating.
And being as we aren't active the body’s metabolism slows down — consequently slowing down the way your body digests nutrients into material it can use, which in turn leads to health issue. Oh yeah. Let us not forget the amount of stress each and everyone of us has to deal with from keeping your boss happy to paying the bills to making sure your family has what it needs and so on. All of this leads to us over consuming calories. Focusing on cutting back calories will only help us do one thing. Cut back calories. It doesn't help you become more active. In fact a lot of diets promote doing minimal to no activity at all. It doesn't help you nourish your body with what it needs. In fact by cutting back calories and eating “low calorie” diet foods you are probably removing the few nutrients you were getting from your diet. It doesn't help you deal with stress. In fact the constant worry of the number on a scale. The constant drain on will power to hold yourself back to just eating the same shake yet again — For a lot of people may increase stress. By going on a “diet” you actually getting further away from your goals. If you really want to lose weight and do it for the rest of your life you want to be real with yourself. Tell yourself this isn’t a diet problem. This is a life problem.
As times change we progressed into an era where we are not very active. In fact the only activities we do is from bed to car to work to home to bed.
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On top of that limited activity that we do the quality of our food has dropped tremendously with the uprise of commercial farming and
At the Smith System we provide each and every one of our clients the right tools they need to be able to live their life and still be healthy and fit. But today I am not here to sell you on the System.
Remember. The problem isn't the amount of calories you consume, the problem is that we have so much to deal with that our health is taking a back seat. When it comes to nutrition instead of looking at food as calories that fuel our body. Let’s try and look at food how our grandparent used to look at it. Food is to enjoy. The only concern is that there is so much “food” around us and it all seems to taste so good all the time. This is where the Traffic Light Method comes in. First thing you want to do is to assess your nutrition habits for a couple of day or so. Long enough that you can pick up a trend of what is going on. Remember this is not a time for you to feel judged and guilty. This is a simple tool to get an idea of what is going on. Once you have a pattern of the types of foods you consume it is time to now organize your food into 3 columns. Green, Yellow and Red. The green list will consist of all the foods that are healthy. Include foods you have control when eating them. You don't tend to overeat on these foods. The yellow list is a list of foods that may not be the best choice but are ok and are also foods that, depending on the situation, you may or may not have control. (i.e. at a party you may overeat whereas at home you may not) The red list is a list of foods that are not healthy for you and you always tend to overeat them. Once you have created your list your goals would be to have the majority of your foods coming from the foods on the green list. In the right occasion to have foods coming from the yellow list. And limit as best as you can the foods that are on the red list. Remember this is a gradual process.
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Oatmeal Breakfast Bowls This porridge cooks in a thermos — perfect for those mornings with schedules that don’t allow for breakfast prep time or for a lunch to take to work. Try simpler toppings, such as single fruit or trail mixes, for quicker preparation. Note: Food will stay hot longer if thermos is filled to the top. Serves 2
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DIRECTIONS 1. Place oats and water into a good-quality thermos and screw cover on tightly. Allow to cook for at least three-quarters of an hour and up to 10–12 hours. 2. Divide cereal in two bowls. 3. Pour milk and honey over oats. Top with above toppings or with any other variety of your choice.
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INGREDIENTS 2 cups purple cabbage
3 small radishes, sliced
1 cup pea shoots
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1 small carrot, grated
Â˝ cup roasted chickpeas
DRESSING Try a coleslaw bowl with a mix of vegetables and a splash of protein. The healthier dressing is an excellent trade-off for the standard sugary coleslaw vinaigrette.
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1 T. apple cider vinegar
2 T. honey
1 tsp. salt
DIRECTIONS 1. Layer or toss all vegetables in a small bowl. Mix with dressing. 2. To roast chickpeas, place prepared chickpeas in a lightly greased pan. Roast at 425Â° for 20 minutes, and toss over salad.
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INGREDIENTS 1 large onion, finely chopped
1 cup red lentils 1 cup millet
2 cloves garlic, minced
4 cups water
3 T. olive oil
½ tsp. black pepper
2 sweet potatoes, chopped
4 tsp. salt
ROASTED VEGETABLES 2 small purple onions 1 bag (1 lb.) sliced frozen peppers 2 yellow squash
1 zucchini 2 T. olive oil ½ tsp. black pepper
DIRECTIONS 1. Saute onion, garlic and oil in a 4-quart saucepan. Transfer to a plate and set aside. 2. Place rest of the ingredients into pot and bring to a boil. Lower flame and cook for 25–30 minutes, until water gets absorbed and lentils and millet are soft. 3. Mix with fork, mashing sweet potatoes slightly. Form into medium-size patties. 4. Place on a generously greased parchment-lined cookie sheet. 5. Bake at 350° for 20 minutes. Turn over patties and bake for an additional 10–15 minutes. 6. Note: Patties become firmer after baking.
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ROASTED VEGETABLES AVOCADO DRESSING ½ avocado
½ tsp. salt
⅓ cup olive oil
½ T. lemon juice
1 clove garlic
1. Preheat oven to 425°. 2. Cut onion into thin wedges and slice squash. Bake uncovered for 45 minutes. 3. Serve with patties and avocado dressing
AVOCADO DRESSING 1. Blend all ingredients using a hand blender.
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But what if the stakes are that much higher? What if the subject matter is not car insurance, but weighty political views? What if a speech can change history, or at least reroute it? When it comes to the big players in politics, remembering a list of speechwriting tips and pointers simply won’t cut it. Because how to keep track of what to say when? And which pearls of wisdom to impart where? That’s when the writing and delivery of each speech moves from being a one-man endeavor to the responsibility of an entire team. Please welcome the speechwriters… and teleprompters.
The Prep Speechwriters fill an unusual role in the corridors of Washington and in the annals of history, because their job is somewhat of a paradox. While it is their duty to write speeches that will capture the attention of the audience, and to use words that will inspire, captivate and be worthy of that attention, a huge part of the job is staying true to the voice of the speaker. Sarah Hurwitz, a speechwriter who worked with both Obamas and other highly visible politicians, puts it this way: “I think a great speech is something that says something profoundly true, period. So often, people ask the wrong questions... They ask, ‘What will make me sound smart?’ ‘What will make me sound powerful?’ ‘What will make me sound funny?’ ‘What will make the audience like me?’” Rather, she says, there are other things to ask. “You have to ask … ‘What is the most deeply true thing I can say at this moment?’ Truth has a way of breaking through; it has a way of reaching people that fake-sounding slogans and soundbites really don’t. Even if they’re clever, even if they’re witty, they don’t have the same weight and import.” So how does this process work? First, a speechwriter, or speechwriters, sits down with the presi-
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dent to hear what it is that he wants to say. Then the speechwriter reviews older speeches on the same subject, incorporates new information, and works alongside the policy team to create the message the president wants to impart. While it is the job of the policy team to review the stance, opinions and views included in the speech, it is the responsibility of the speechwriting team to “trim the fat off” the speech, suggest which story or fact to include to the make the speech memorable, and ensure that the voice of the speech is
true to the voice of the president. Then the speechwriter reviews the speech with the president — and accepts the inevitable criticism before working on revisions. While there is no greater platform for a speechwriter’s work than the national political scene, there is a flip side
A speechwriter’s work is mostly under the radar, because who gets the credit after a masterpiece of a speech is delivered? to that honor. On one hand, working for the most powerful person in the country is pretty cool, but on the other hand, a speechwriter’s work is mostly under the radar, because who gets the credit after a masterpiece of a speech is delivered? Why, the president, of course! And even though this is the way it should be — after all, these are the president’s thoughts shared, and not the speechwriter’s — what happens when a catchy line snags the attention of the press, of the nation, of the world? At that point, who remembers the team of speechwriters who sat, huddled over their desks, cups of coffee at their elbows, scratching and revising one draft after the next? Hopefully the president does...
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that he can familiarize himself with the material. At the same time, aides and members of the Secret Service prepare the venue, the stage and the podium. And sometimes… the teleprompters. What is this tool that raises so many opinions, both for and against it? The first teleprompters, which were simply mechanical versions that worked with
momentous speeches, such as their inaugural, State of the Union, or Oval Office address. Obama, on the other hand, used his teleprompter for routine announcements, which always snipped a bit of authenticity off whatever it was he was saying. Even though all agree that the content of a speech matters way more than the method of its delivery, how
How sincere does a speaker sound when a teleprompter malfunctions and he loses his words — however heartfelt — halfway through a point? actual print on a paper scroll, were introduced in 1950. Only two years later, teleprompters were put to use at the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, and in 1954, Dwight D. Eisenhower was the first president to use the teleprompter at a State of the Union address. Over the next few decades, the teleprompter became more advanced, until the first computer-based teleprompter was introduced in the 1980s. Today’s teleprompters are one-way mirrors, which means the speaker sees the words displayed on his side of the glass, while the audience simply sees through it. This creates the illusion of eye contact, even while the speaker is reading his words off the screen. So why the sudden surge of interest in the last decade? The reason is most probably President Obama’s habitual overuse of teleprompters. While previous commanders in chief used them on occasion, they usually did so only when addressing the nation during their most
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can passionate or emotion-laden statements seem perfectly sincere when the lines are being read off a screen, word for word? Obama’s habit went so far that at one point during his presidency, rumors spread throughout the nation that he’d used a teleprompter to address sixth-graders during a school visit. It turned out that the telling snapshot had been Photoshopped, but the damage was done. Obama’s use of teleprompters had turned into a joke. Of course, there were those who praised Obama’s use of the teleprompters, saying that he used them simply because he was good at it! While some orators find using the teleprompter awkward, Obama excelled at flawlessing delivering speech after scripted speech. He had the ability to confidently walk the stage, eyes moving from teleprompter to teleprompter — which looked as though he was connecting to the audience at every moment. After all, no need
to look at notes now! Those who found Obama’s reliance on teleprompters praiseworthy claimed that the teleprompter acts just like an outline on paper does. However, others argued that that when using a teleprompter, eye contact may simply mean, “I’m reading my notes and just pretending.” This is only underscored during moments of teleprompter failure. How sincere does a speaker sound when a teleprompter malfunctions and he loses his words — however heartfelt — halfway through a point? (And how frightening must it be to lose the only copy of the speech at the podium?) But the patterns of history may show the reason for President Obama’s reliance on teleprompters. While President Bush Jr., didn’t do well with teleprompters, and preferred using index cards highlighting the key points of the speech, he was well known for his “Bushisms,” or his too-frequent gaffes and malapropisms while speaking to the public (see next article). Perhaps that was why Obama was so wary of ad-libbing. And since he was so skilled at reading off teleprompters naturally, looking perfectly truthful and sincere all the while, then why risk the potential for nationwide embarrassment? But then the direction of history shifted again, and onto the national scene came Trump, the master of ad-libbing. And after he was elected, the critics appeared all over again, only to say, “Where, oh where, is President Trump’s teleprompter?!” Because perhaps there is an advantage to staying on track, after all…
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resident Ronald Reagan had a rather high blooper rate, and despite this (or perhaps because of this human factor, which he not only didn’t defend, but actually joked about) he enjoyed unusually high approval ratings and the admiration of citizens across the country.
Reagan’s most publicized mistake at the mike was the announcement he made while performing a sound check prior to a scheduled address. In his typical humorous way, he joked to the technicians: “My fellow Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes.” The year was 1984, and it was at the height of the Cold War. Just a harmless off-the-record inside joke... But it was no longer funny when the recording was leaked to the public and became world news. And Russia, to be sure, did not take it too kindly, exacerbating an already strained relationship between the two countries. A year after the incident, Raegan eloquently expressed himself to business leaders in the White House, saying, “Nuclear war would be the greatest tragedy, I think, ever experienced by mankind in the history of mankind.” Later, at a Republican Convention he misquoted John Adams by confidently saying, “Facts are stupid things.” Well they may be, but Adams called them “stubborn.” In 1987, when asked whether taxes should be increased, Reagan got lost in a sea of words, or perhaps he just simply didn’t know what to say — or what he’d been asked! “The problem is the deficit is — or should I say — wait a minute, the spending, I should say, of gross national product, forgive me — the spending, I should say, of gross national
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product, forgive me — the spending is roughly 23 to 24 percent.” Now you’re talking numbers, Mr. President. “So that it is in — it what is increasing while the revenues are staying proportionately the same and what would be the proper amount they should, that we should be taking from the private sector.”
***** Although Reagan had his misspeaks and uncomfortable moments at the mike, the king of all gaffers was surely President George W. Bush. Not only did he have a following that stood rapt each time he spoke, waiting to pounce on a blooper that was inevitable to come out of his mouth, but a word was even coined for his grand slips of the tongue — Bushisms. One of the most popular Bushisms, which stuck to Bush for the rest of the presidency, was when he coined a word by boasting, “They misunderestimated me.” Bush referred back to this slip of the tongue at a later time, saying “Now, ladies and gentlemen, you have to admit that in my sentences I go where no man has gone before,” and then took credit for coining the term misunderstanding, instead of what he really created: misunderestimated. There we go again… Another memorable blooper Bush said, thoughtfully and deliberately enunciating each word while gazing at the camera, was
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Common Verbal Blunders MALAPROPISMS: The usage of an incorrect word in place of a similar-sounding word, resulting in a nonsensical, often funny, utterance. Recently, Welsh Conservative leader encouraged his party to make “breakfast a success” (meaning Brexit), and former Irish head of government Ahern asked his country not to “upset the apple tart.” Former Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley spoke about a “tantrum bicycle” (intending to say tandem), and perhaps worst of all was when Rick Perry described states as “lavatories of innovation and democracy” (in place of “laboratories”). George W. Bush also had his share of malapropisms, once referring to a “peacekeeper” as a “pacemaker” and at another time warning that America “cannot let terrorists and rogue nations hold this nation hostile” instead of “hostage.” NEOLOGISMS: A new word, which is typically a combination of two existing words or a shortening or distortion of an existing word. Some examples of common neologisms are chillax (chill + relax), smog (smoke + fog), spork (spoon + fork), brunch (breakfast + lunch). Although some end up entering the dictionary, when a new neologism is coined, it’s usually only the coiner who actually knows what it’s intended to be. SPOONERISMS: A speech error where two words or parts of words are switched in a sentence or phrase. Some examples are “a nosey little cook” to describe a reading corner; “a well-boiled icicle” for a bike that’s ready for a ride; and “You have hissed all my mystery lectures,” to the student who played hooky during history class. Two embarrassing broadcasts to the ears of thousands of listeners in the early 1900s involved spoonerisms: One was, “All the world was thrilled by the marriage of the Duck and Doochess of Windsor,” and another was the mispronunciation of President Herbert Hoover’s name as “Hoobert Heever.”
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“Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.” Let’s just say it was a good thing Americans didn’t think of Bush as someone malicious, because had it been someone else, they may have all gone looking for their passports... How would you address someone who doesn’t speak your language? Bush had it down pat. Trying to catch the attention of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, he called out, “Amigo! Amigo!” How else would one address an Italian official? Questions seemed to be grammatically challenging for him. “Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?” was one popular error that earned him quite a bit of ridicule, further reinforced by, ”The important question is, how many hands have I shaked?” ''I know how hard it is to put food on your family,'' he commisserated with one audience, and when proclaiming several weeks after 9/11 that normalcy will once again reign in U.S. airports (probably knowing that the country was in desperate need of a good laugh to lift their spirits), he said, "I am here to make an announcement that this Thursday, ticket counters and airplanes will fly out of Ronald Reagan Airport." There were many who spent Bush’s entire presidency collecting Bushisms, but they didn’t do it to ridicule the president. Jacob Weisberg, who authored a book on the phenomenon, said. “People often assume that… I must despise George W. Bush,” he wrote. “To the contrary, Bushisms fill me with affection for the man... I find the Bush who flails with words, unlike the Bush who flails with policy, to be an endearing character... Bush treats words the way he treated recalcitrant European leaders: When they won’t do what he wants them to, he tries to bully them into submission… “The president's verbal stumbles have only made me like him better. It's hard to despise someone who just wants 'to make the pie higher' or who says he won't answer your question, ‘Neither in French nor in English. Nor in Mexican.'” It seems it was not only the act of public speaking, but being on a stage in general that did something to Bush’s brain. After a press conference in Beijing, China, in 2005, attempting to make a hasty exit at the right of stage, Bush encountered two locked doors. After a few awkward attempts at trying to make them give way and facing the fact, with all cameras trained on him, that the way out was not through those doors, he turned to the reporters and joked, "I was trying to escape. Obviously, it didn't work." Facing a locked door wasn’t as bad as his father George H. W. Bush’s experience in the Far East, who vomited at a banquet held in Japan — straight into the lap of Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa! He had a word coined in his honor, too, as “Bushusuru,” literally “to do the Bush thing” (to vomit in public), entered the Japanese language. Mention of Bush Sr.’s public disgrace isn’t complete
without an honorable mention to his vice president Dan Quayle, whose tendency to blunder was highlighted when he attended a spelling bee at an elementary school while in office. When one of the contestants, 12-year-old William Figueroa, spelled the word â€œpotatoâ€? on the blackboard, Quayle was quick to point out, that an â€œeâ€? was needed at the end.
***** Sometimes the biggest flop in a speech is not what is said, but what is left unsaid, as was proven by Rick Perry during one of the debates of presidential candidates during the 2016 election season. After listing two of the three government departments he intended to shut down, Perry encountered a mind-numbing experience of brain freeze. Desperately fishing for the third department, he finally admitted that he couldnâ€™t think of it, after which he shrugged and said, â€œOops.â€? It did not take too long for his campaign to be over. President Obama wasnâ€™t notable for slips of the tongue at the podium, but his vice president, Joe Biden, once clearly expressed just how riveting he was finding the presidentâ€™s speech on the budget deficit by dozing off for a full 30 seconds as Obama spoke. It wasnâ€™t Bidenâ€™s only faux pas. His age was perhaps apparent when he expressed his hope for a successful past by saying, â€œI refuse to accept the notion that the United States of America is not going to lead the world economically throughout the 20th century.â€? Al Gore never did end up making it to the top, but still managed to leave some memorable bloopers for posterity. For someone who is an environmentalist extraordinaire, weâ€™d expect him to know a thing or two about animals. Instead he told his audience, â€œA zebra doesnâ€™t change its spots.â€? More embarrassing to the president than to himself, Vice President Gore tried complimenting President Clinton publicly by saying, "Of all the good things I could say about President Bill Clinton, I could tell you about the many, many times when I have seen him â€” especially in the early years â€” nearly buckle under the pressure of this office, but never do so." President Clinton surely appreciated his kind words. The mistakes public figures have made in public were quite often hilarious, but letâ€™s be real. Would any of us be able to perform flawlessly when putting up with such a great level of linguistic scrutiny? When hundreds of listeners comb through each word in search of a verbal blunder to share with the entire world, is a perfect record really possible? And then there is the flip side: politicians who say just the right things, countless times a day â€” such as the time the presidential seal fell off the podium while President Obama was speaking. He handled it gracefully by saying, â€œThat's all right, all of you know who I am,â€? to the great amusement of the audience. But whoâ€™s noticing those or looking out for them?
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“A stutterer has a special neshamah,” Rabbi Yanky Kaufman says. With his acquaintance of over 350 frum stutterers, he certainly is qualified to make this declaration. Kaufman is a stuttering specialist treating clients from age 12 and up, based in Lakewood, New Jersey. With his impressive accomplishments — an overwhelming majority of success stories — you’d be surprised to learn that he never studied in college and has no initials trailing after his name. Kaufman knows what it’s like to stutter, because he stuttered for over two decades of his life. And he knows what it’s like to emerge from behind those shutters, because he did so, amazingly enough without the aid of the 10 stuttering specialists he has consulted
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in his stuttering career. From when he began to speak, Kaufman suffered from a heavy stutter. In the first few years of his life, his parents tried the standard procedures: first insurancecovered therapies, and when those didn’t prove successful, private therapists who visited him in their home. However, to their immense frustration, there were no results. Childhood made way to teenhood, and Yanky approached his much anticipated but dreaded bar mitzvah. The months leading to his bar mitzvah were an agonizing stretch of anxiety. All Kaufman recalls about his bar mitzvah is his heavy stuttering through the drasha and the mazel tovs. He doesn’t remember the gifts, the fanfare or the attention that every other 13-year-old boy enjoys. Over the years Kaufman tried it all: He consulted with people who had experience with stuttering, grazed the library for books, and experimented with methods touted by specialists boasting 96.9 percent success rates. After no success, he figured he was in the 3.1 percent bracket. For yeshivah Kaufman flew to Eretz Yisroel to learn in the Mir. While in the country, he consulted with the top specialists in the field, but nothing helped. He also traveled the land, visiting gedolim and mekubalim to ask
for brachos and advice. At that point, Kaufman threw his efforts into building his self-esteem, hoping this would ease his anxiety and improve his stutter. He devoured self-help books, and they helped him on a holistic level. For the first time, his stuttering did somewhat decrease, but it still wasn’t the ultimate solution. Soon Kaufman got married and moved to Eretz Yisroel, where he continued to learn at the Mir. While he gave up being cured through the aid of people, world-famous or not, he didn’t lose hope that Hashem would bring him the yeshuah one day. “I had been davening for it for over 18 years, three times a day!” Kaufman says. Before every yom tov or occasion, the festivity sprouted tentative hope in his heart that maybe this eis ratzon would herald his redemption. One day, he received a phone call from a family member who told him about a stuttering baFor the first chur who’d dropped out time in his life, of yeshivah. The boy was he had a battle in such a bad state that it bordered on pikuach plan, born out nefesh. Could he help? of his efforts Kaufman was surprised. How could he to help anothgive chizuk when he er person. could offer no hope? But hashgacha proved otherwise. He called the Israeli boy, who had nothing in common with him other than his slightly heavier stutter. After they scheduled a time to meet for their chizuk talk, a thought popped into Kaufman’s head. A brilliant method for overcoming stuttering began to form in his mind. At the end of their little talk, Kaufman encouraged the bachur to try the new method he had come up with just moments earlier. After seeing that it was
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ing on Shabbos morning, he joined a friend to check out a shul in the Ramat Eshkol neighborhood. At the kiddush, the warm, chassidishe rav interrupted his drasha, turned to Kaufman and said, “Shalom aleichem! What’s your name?” All forty pairs of eyes turned toward Kaufman. Silence filled the room. The only thing Kaufman could think was, Murder! And on Shabbos! But then he remembered: He had a strategy! This was Kaufman left the shul the time to use it. feeling like a billion dol“Yanky Kaufman.” Just lars. And he knew that if like that. Smooth, clear, quick. it worked for him there, “Where are you from?” it could work anywhere. Please! Let’s quit it while we’re still ahead! “Sanhedria Murchevet.” Fluent! something he’d never done before. He turned to the person next to him Polished! “And originally?” and said, “Hi, what’s your name? Can we continue this conversation I’m Yanky Kaufman.” It worked! He could speak with- elsewhere? “Monsey.” out stuttering! He floated home that “Very nice!” day on a cloud of victory. Very nice? Unbelievable! A miracle! But that wasn’t the quick and happy ending. “It’s like a Outrageous! This calls for a l’chaim! Kaufman left the shul feeling like 500-pounder suddenly waking up weighing only 100 pounds,” a billion dollars. And he knew that Kaufman says. “It requires a major if it worked for him there, it could work anywhere. psyche shift.” On Motzei Shabbos he got on the He got the chance to practice that very Shabbos. After daven- phone and called all of the Ameriworking, they met again and experimented again. After the third time, Kaufman came home and realized that the success was spilling over into his everyday life, as well. Yes, it was helping his stutter, too! For the first time in his life, he had a battle plan, born out of his efforts to help another person. While waiting in line to ask a question of Rabbi Nissan Kaplan in the Mir beis midrash, Kaufman tried
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can rabbanim in Eretz Yisroel he could think of. He gave his 30-second elevator pitch, explaining that he had a straightforward, logical method to help people overcome stuttering. Within weeks his calendar was packed. Stuttering specialists sent their own family members to him, and soon offered to pay Kaufman to train them in his method. Kaufman’s success has grown exponentially over the past three and a half years, as people fly in from all over the world on a weekly basis to find the solution they are desperately seeking.
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OPEN THE SHUTTERS With such visceral identification with the challenge of stuttering, Kaufman is extraordinarily dedicated and driven to help his clients. What’s it like to stutter? Kaufman opens a window to this shuttered world. “The struggle of stuttering is more in what they don’t say than what they do say,” Kaufman explains. Stutterers feel that they cannot realize their true potential because of this immense barrier. Even parents may not appreciate how much their child is suffering, because they don’t know how much the stutter is holding them back. “Stuttering affects almost all aspects of life,” he says. Non-stutterers do not understand this, never having experienced a lack of this vital gift of speech fluency. Once freed of this incredible impediment in their lives, former stutterers report feeling like they’ve switched from a side street to the highways; they can suddenly get much farther. Some stutterers suffer more from their difficulty than others, but this does not necessarily depend on the severity of their disfluency. The question Kaufman always asks his potential clients is: How much does the stutter bother you? “Classifying a stutter as heavy or slight is not dependent on how it sounds, or whether the stutter emerges as a hesitation, repetition or prolongation. A stutter’s severity depends on how much it affects the stutterer.” Kaufman has seen clients with such a slight stutter that it was practically undetectable in their speech, but only the client knew how much it inhibited them. In their desperation, stutterers will learn how to cover up their stutter by switching up difficult words, or even languages, if it eases their speech at the moment. Almost all stutterers are masters at hiding their stutter by the classic modus operandi: avoidance. With this we touch on the major source
of angst and suffering in stutterers’ lives. For example, stutterers will avoid receiving aliyos in shul through a myriad of creative tactics: They may run to the back of the shul, inform the gabbai not to give them an aliyah, leave the shul, lock themselves up in the restrooms, daven in the ezras nashim during the week, or remove their tallis and tefillin for a slimmer chance of being the “lucky” pick. One stutterer confided that he always kept one finger on the page of Shemoneh Esrei, so that if he would be called for an aliyah, he’d studiously stare into that page so others would think he was davening. A client told Kaufman that due to fear of being chosen for an aliyah, he hadn’t heard leining in shul for ten years! Stutterers often take the harder route of silence rather than attempting to speak. They will sooner forgo their favorite condiment than ask for it at the store, or walk in pouring rain rather than ask for a ride.
HELP, DON’T HINDER Stutterers’ suffering is mostly bolted behind heavy shutters. The least others can do is to be sensitive and smart. Don’t engage those who stutter in conversation in public; find a private spot for that. When in a group of people, ask yes/no questions to keep them involved without pressuring them to speak. Realize that your obvious discomfort drives up a stutterer’s anxiety and will make the stutter even worse, and that it is generally insulting to finish up their words for them. “Sometimes only after 25 years can we realize the reason for our greatest challenge and how it can be used to help others,” Rabbi Yanky Kaufman finishes, without a stutter. Rabbi Yanky Kaufman is the founder and director of Smooth Speech Solution LLC. He can be contacted at 732-513-2330 or email@example.com. Malka Katzman is the author of Teens Talk, the companion that truly understands, commiserates and laughs along with teenagers.
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האדמו"ר מתולדות אברהם יצחק ביים אנקומען אין עירפארט צו באשיינען די חתונה פון אן אייניקל בת לחתנו האדמו"ר מספינקא מאנסי ווערט אפגעווארט דורך חתנו האדמו"ר מספינקא מאנסי
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SPEECH ON SHABBOS | PART 2
We mentioned last week that even though it is assur for someone to mention on Shabbos that he will perform a melacha (or other things that are assur to do on Shabbos, whether mid’rabbanan or mid’Oraisa) tomorrow, nevertheless, if there is a mutar way to perform the act as well, then it is mutar to say it.1 Even if both the speaker and listener know that he really intends to do it the assur way, since he doesn’t verbalize it, it would be considered hirhur (thought), which is mutar on Shabbos. Let’s look at other examples where the poskim apply this idea.
he will be traveling or that he will be going by plane or car.5 Furthermore, in this case, even though he is mentioning the fact that his friend is in another city, and it is known that that city is outside of the techum, it would still be mutar to say it on Shabbos. The reason is that since it is possible to set up houses (that are at least four amos by four amos, within seventy amos and four tefachim of each other) beginning from the city he is in up until the city he is traveling to, thus eliminating the halachic problem of traveling outside the techum on Shabbos,6 it is not explicit from his words that he is leaving the techum. He didn’t actually say he is leaving the techum — but only
Speaking about traveling This halacha is very relevant when it comes to mentioning one’s travel plans on Shabbos. One may not 1 say, “I am flying tomorSee Shulchan Aruch 307:8. See Biur Halacha 307:8 “assur lomar.” row” or even “I am travel2 See Aruch Hashulchan 307:21. Mishnah Berurah 307:30. Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasa. But see Chazon ing tomorrow” because it Ovadia, Shabbos, vol. 6, p. 60, who brings in the name of Megillas Sefer Hachadash a tzad to be meikel. is clear from his words that 3 See Shulchan Aruch HaRav 307:15. he will be going on a plane 4 See Shulchan Aruch 307:8 and Shulchan Aruch HaRav 307:15. Aruch Hashulchan 307:21. or car, which is assur to do 5 on Shabbos.2 Also, one is Some hold that if one says he is going to a place that is very far then it is considered as explicitly mentioning that he is using transportation, which is assur (see Orchos Shabbos vol. 1, p. 340, footnote 19, not allowed to say that he in the name of Rav Shmuel Auerbach, zt”l). However, there are a few reasons to allow one to be meikel. is leaving the techum after Firstly, some hold that this is still not considered explicit in his speech (see Ashrei Ha’Ish and Hilchos Shabbos because that is asShabbos B’Shabbos, vol. 4, p. 60, footnote, in the name of Rav Elyashiv, zt”l, and Shemiras Shabbos 3 sur to do on Shabbos. K’hilchasah 29:68). Secondly, one can also go by ship in certain situations in a mutar way (see Aruch However, one may say “I Hashulchan 307:21, Shulchan Aruch 248:3, Orchos Shabbos, vol. 1, p. 340). Furthermore, some hold that one can even say he is traveling by car because in following certain conditions (the driver and passengers am going to visit my friend are goyim and not doing it for him and other conditions), one can even do it on Shabbos (see Chazon in another city tomorrow.” Ovadia, Shabbos, vol. 6, p. 60, in the name of Megillas Sefer hachadash). Finally, even though it is not This is mutar even if both the accepted opinion, we can metzaref the opinion of those who hold one can even mention melacha he and the listener know explicitly if it does not contribute to getting the melacha done at all (see Biur Halacha, siman 307, “v’chen he will be driving or flying lo yomar,” Aruch Hashulchan 307:22). Therefore one who is meikel has whom to rely on. With regard to the issur of leaving the techum, see above. because that information 6 is only hirhur (thought) and See Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chaim 398:5–6. wasn’t related explicitly 7 See Shulchan Aruch HaRav 307:15. According to the Bach (263:3) and Taz (263:3) there must be the possibilthrough speech.4 Even if ity to build it, but according to Shulchan Aruch HaRav (307:15) and Aruch Hashulchan (307:21), this isn’t he mentions a place that needed. is so far that anyone would 8 See Shulchan Aruch HaRav 307:4, 13, and Chayei Adam 61:6 that assur hiring even without setting a price. use transportation to get See Biur Halacha 306, “v’davka l’daber,” regarding if the issur is only if they agreed on a price. there, many poskim still 9 Ben Ish Chai II Vayishlach 2. Shemiras Shabbos K’hilchasah 29:54. See Aruch Hashulchan 307:20 who says permit it because he did that this halacha can change based on the wording used for hiring in different languages. not mention explicitly that
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said he is going to another city. Even if the listener knows there are no houses along the way, it is still mutar because knowing this fact is only hirhur, which is mutar on Shabbos.7 Therefore, someone in America may say, “I am going to England tomorrow,” but may not say, “I am traveling to England tomorrow” or “I am flying to England tomorrow” or “I am leaving the techum to go to England tomorrow.”
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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Mentioning melacha and hiring One shouldn’t tell his friend or a taxi driver to drive over after Shabbos and pick him up, because he is mentioning a melacha. Furthermore, this can also be considered hiring someone, which is assur to do on Shabbos.8 But he may say, “Can you come to me tonight?” This is mutar because, firstly, he is not mentioning an explicit melacha (he is not mentioning driving), and also, he is phrasing it in a question form, which is not an explicit verbal expression of hiring. This is true even if both he and his friend know his true intention, because as mentioned before, this was not explicitly said and was only hirhur.9
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By: Ruchy Reese
If you’ve ever been to a professional play or have heard a speech in a well-designed auditorium, you know that the experience can be a far cry from a program taking place in a school lunchroom. Sweetness factor aside, most school lunchrooms aren’t specifically designed to accommodate presentations. Auditoriums, on the other hand, are carefully crafted by teams of specialists.
ACOUSTICS One of the most important aspects of an audience member’s experience is that of acoustics. Acoustics is a term that emcompasses all aspects of sound, from the sound waves themselves, to absorption and reverberation of sound, to the interplay between them all. Here are some ways auditoriums are designed to enhance the listening experience.
It was the Greeks who discovered that multi-leveled seating enhances the clarity of sound. Their amphitheaters — home to events too horrific to detail — were designed with the seating rising level by level. This served three purposes.
The highest level served as a breaker against outside noises.
The steps between rows caused sound waves to bounce off their surface, enhancing acoustic interplay.
Sound waves were more easily able to travel to those in the back, as they were not absorbed by the people in front.
Once sound waves are produced, they are either absorbed into surrounding objects or bounce off of them and travel further. When sound waves are prematurely absorbed or reverberate for too long, listening experience is distorted and the mind cannot clearly process what is being heard. Knowing how to achieve the perfect balance is what makes acoustical engineering an art.
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Rear walls and balcony seating have a tendency to reflect sound directly back to the speaker/performer. Materials such as fabric or sound damping panels are used to absorb sound waves.
Seating, too, is important for appropriate sound absorption. For this reason (though comfort might be also be a factor!), padding is often used in fixed seating in auditoriums.
Curves serve to greatly amplify sound. Ceiling height affects amplification as well, with higher ceilings dispersing sound, resulting in lower volume.
Acoustic fiberglass, foam and fabric are great sound damping materials, whereas hard, non-porous materials, such as wood and most metals, are great at being sound reflective.
Correctly combining materials and design concepts results in rich sound with little echo. (It can be quite stylish, too!)
VIEW A stage, of course, is designed to guide focus toward the presenter, and and often, to give the presenter some added height (and probably confidence, too). But have you thought about the seating? Going back to amphitheater design, we find that most modern auditoriums have seating designed in a fan around the stage, along with the rows being elevated. This enables viewers to see everything without having to crane their necks.
You probably never thought about it, but lighting plays a major factor in your viewing experience. From the dimmed lights near your seat to spotlights on stage, each moment of lighting is controlled through a lighting control console. Special effects such as colored lighting or flashes of light can transform an event from a simple speech to a spectacular show.
Paint, too, matters. It is common for auditoriums to feature darker colored paint (and fabrics, for sound absorption, of course) in order to prevent glare from the lighting on stage. While lighter colors reflect light, black, especially, absorbs light well.
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Last week’s Boggle board
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4-letter words 2 points | 5-letter words 3 points | 6-letter words 5 points | 7-letter words 7 points | 8-letter words 9 points | 9 or more 12 points
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PLAYING RULES: • No adding “s” to a word. • No proper nouns, abbreviations, contractions or acronyms. • No bouncing back to letters already used in a given word. • Words may not be found with a computer boggle solver. • Words may not be found with the help of a dictionary. • The Monsey View will carefully review all submissions to ascertain that each word is found in the dictionary. Points will be deducted for ineligible words. • We reserve the right to disqualify entries that have a few ineligible words, are not written in alphabetical order or are missing information. • Each contestant has a chance to win only once in four weeks. • No credit given to archaic words, or words chiefly used in other languages (including British English).
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BOGGLE WINNERâ€™S LIST 5-LETTER WORDS
4-LETTER WORDS aced ache apse arch bang barn bean
bear brag bran calf cape cart chum
cite crab crag duke each earn etch
fear flab flag flan flap flop gape
garb glop grab grin grit heal heap
hear iced itch lace lope mike nape
6-LETTER WORDS acting arches baring braced caring carted etches graced itches lacing
pacing paring parted placed racing riches search spaced traced
nice opal pace pact pang part peal
pear plan race rang rice rich ring
rite seal sear skim span spar tech
trap vise wing wrap writ
acing acted beach brace cheap cited decal
7-LETTER WORDS bearing bracing carting
fearing flaring granite
hearing hearted heparin
8-LETTER WORDS britches misplace spearing
parches parting placing
searing spacing sparing
9+ LETTER WORDS misplaced misplacing
Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words, words not found on board and words listed twice.
grace grape heart laced niche paced panic
parch peace peach place polar raced space
spear trace trice witch wring write
Are you wondering why your name isnâ€™t here or why your points were reduced? The following are some of the ineligible words found:
Alps Anglo ango bact. Bart brite cran
decafeal glaced gnache grite laring niches
riced sebring speach tice trape vies
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
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יידע'ס עקּומען צּו זַ יין זֵ ֶ ֶ אדנֶ ע קֹולֹות פּון ֶמענְ ְט ְׁשן וָ ואס זֶ ענֶ ען גֶ ערט ָמ ְ אכט ,אּון ֶער ֶה ְ יטן ִדי נַ ְ ועקט זִ יְך אֹויף ִאינְ ִמ ְ יערֵ :לייּב וֶ ְ קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ ִאין ְ ערט. קּומט ָפאר ַא ָקאנְ ֶצ ְ ְ ַאריין ,אּון ִדי ֶמענְ ְט ְׁשן זָ אגְ ן ַאז ֶעס יּ.בי ַ קּומט ִדי ֶקעי.זְ ִׁש ִ ְ לּוצ ִלינְ ג הֹויזְּ .פ ְ ִאיְך ִּבין ֶדער ְׁש ִּפ ֶילער.
ַאלע זִ יְך ועקן! ִאיְך ִׁשיק ַאייְך ֶ עליגִ יֶ עזֶ ע ְצוֶ ְ ערס! ִאיר זֶ ענְ ט ָדא ַפאר ֶר ִ ִליגְ ענֶ ְ ערנֶ ען ְׁש ִּפ ְילן ִאין ִס ִיּביר! ֶל ְ
ָאהה!! ַא ְׁש ִּפ ֶילער ִאין אמעס .וָ ואס ָּפאזְ ַׁש ֶ טּוסטּו ָדאְׁ ,ש ִּפ ֶילער? ְ עטער: ַא ָׁש ָעה ְׁש ֶּפ ֶ אראוָ וא! ַּב ַ
גְ ֵלייּב ִמירְ ,ק ֵליינֶ ער, וֶ וען דּו ְׁש ִּפ ְיל ְסט יׁשט ַאזֹוי גּוט נִ ְ יׁשט ואלט ִאיְך נִ ְ וָ ְ עקֹויפט ַדיין ְ ָאּפגֶ ְ אק ְׁשן ֵּתירּוץ. ָל ְ קּומענְ ִדיגֶ ע ֶ ָמאל טּוה זִ יְך ָאן יידער עריג ֵא ֶ עה ִ גֶ ֶ דּו ְׁש ִּפ ְיל ְסט.
ִאיְך — ַאזֹוי!
ַאלע גֶ עגַ אנְ גֶ ען. יידי ,זֵ יי זֶ ענֶ ען ׁשֹוין ֶ זֵ ִ ארוָ ואס וֵ ויינְ ְסטּו?? ַפ ְ
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CENTRAL MONSEY CONDO 1,200 Sqft. 3 Bed 2 Bath, legal 5 room apartment with 600 Sqft. walkout basement. ASKING: $375,000 $349,000!
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INVESTOR OPPORTUNITY! Single family home in the heart of Spring Valley, 10,000 Sqft. R2 Zone. Legal zoning for 2 - FAMILY HOME ASKING: $529,000
179 ROUTE 306, UNIT 201
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CENTRAL MONSEY TOWNHOUSE 4,200+ Sqft. 8 Bed 5.5 Bath, Townhouse with 2 legal Units plus a guest suite, Window on all 3 sides ASKING: $839.000
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BRAND NEW AFFORDABLE CONDO 1,800 Sqft. 4 Bed 2 Bath per floor, walking distance to grocery and shopping. LOW TAXES! Own for under $3000/month ASKING: $539,000
179 ROUTE 306, UNIT 203
BARUCH “ZISHE” FEDER LLC REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON
THE WORLD REALTY GROUP World Class Service ~ World Class Results LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKERS New York | New Jersey | Connecticut | Pennsylvania 400 Rella Blvd. Suite 165 Suffern, NY 10901 Irving Rohinsky CELL: (203) 641-0373
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MULTI FAMILY EAST ORANGE, NJ 58 (250) Remsen Ave.—Monsey R-15A LEGAL TWO FAMILY 5 Br 2.5 BA, LARGE Dining Room, Large Kitchen, Family room off kitchen with access to beautiful Large Deck, Priv. Home Office, Master Br. w/ en-suite bath, .33 acre, Walkable to EVERYTHING, MUCH LARGER THAN IT APPEARS, Full apartment in Lower Level w/ Priv. Entrance and MUCH MORE!!ASKING ONLY $789K!!
MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION!!!
4 Heights Rd. Monsey 4BR/ 2BA - Renovated RANCH - Fin. Walkout bsmt w/ 1 BR and full bath ONLY 5 min walk to Olympia Shuls MOVE IN CONDITION!!
RENOVATED!! ONLY $415K!! CALL: CHAIM CILLO
NOW ONLY $459K!!!!
ATTENTION YESHIVAS 2 ACRES OF LAND 5 Whisper Ln.—Monsey 11 BR / 9 BA - Enormous Granite Kitchen 1.3 Acres - 3 car garage - Basketball & Tennis Courts - 40 ft. Dining Room 30,000 Book Capacity PRIVATE 2 Story Library - Luxurious Private Study w/ separate entrance & so much more!! ASKING: $1,495,000
with two houses on site, in-ground pool
Spook Rock / Highview Area ONLY $1.375MIL (can be sold separately) Great location for a Shul as well! FAST GROWING AREA!!
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OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY 2/17/19! 3-5 PM ATTENTION INVESTORS!! 7 BEDROOM 3 BATHROOM HOUSE ON 63 JEAN RIDGE RD. MIDDLETOWN, NY 10940 3,000+ SQUARE FT ONLY 349K
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Classifieds FOR SALE GRAND CARAVAN dodge, year 2011 mileage153k. $3900 845 538 3833 FOR SALE 2002 Mitsubishi Galant ONLY 106k miles. Excellent Mechanical condition (not body). $2,300. Text 347-9854341 serious buyers only! CHRYSLER MINIVAN Town & Country, 2006 navy blue. 845 598 4335 SINGLE SEAT excellent condition single dark brown seat, with foot rest, please call 425.8290 or 269.8079 FORMICA BUNKBED with 6 drawers at the side. Good price! call: 845-4998304. MASTER B/R inc. 2 44” mattresses, sateen linen, and new dust ruffles! Call 845 659 9876
CARAVAN BENTCH 3 seater for grand caravan. B/o. 646-856-5498
STACKABLE Frigidaire washer/dryer 845426-0424
ITALIAN D.R. SET New condition. 6 chairs, table, 2 curios, buffet & glass tops. 845 598 4335
MBR SET $2000. Call: 845-354-0769
MOVING SALE mirrored dresser. black round granite table. persian rug 15’ x 18’. call 845-377-5748
FURNISHED APT New 4 bdrm. 3 full baths. Blauvelt rd. 845 709 1835 BABY FURNITURE excellent price. please call 845-352-2131 D&W MBR excellent price ! please call: 845774-8239
MEDICINE CABINET Kohler new, aluminum mirrored inside & out, recessed, 16 by 20. call 845596772
BOSCH DISHWASHER new condition Stainless Steel for $150. (not kosher) please call/text 201.204.6315
MASTER B/R D&W mahogany solid wood & leather accent on headboards, Call/Text 845.548.2685
MENS WATCH longines, Gold face and black leather band. Worn twice, Perfect for chosson, $700 347 831 5824
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MICROWAVE stainless steel, like new, not Kosher please call 8455967727
MASTER B/R please call 845-642-3482
D&W MBR furniture, valet stand, Chosson Shulchan Urach. Call/text 8453762929
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MICROWAVE magic chef fleishig almost new. $20. 845-282-9222 GE DOUBLE OVEN and dishwasher, Stainless. excellent condition. call 845596-7727 WASHER/DRYER Samsung, call 347.374.1637 EARRINGS shabbas/wedding call 845746-6012 VOCHEN NECKLACE looks brand new $350 orig. $700 845-274-7572 DIAMOND EARINGS orig price $1100 selling for $550 obo. call or txt (845)499571
KORG PA3X 76 Keys ONLY $1,700, 917584-9622 FOREVER STAMPS 500 @ .47 1000 @.45. Free delivery. Call/text 845.517.8108 CARRIAGE BUNTING in burgundy with matching carriage muffs. New condition.$75/both. Call: 845-376-4183 PULL-UPS 4 cases, cuties, size 4-5. $15/ case. Call: 845-376-4183 BUGABOO FROG In burgundy, fair condition. $200. Call: 845-376-4183 BUGABOO BUFFALO new condition 8454261722 CARRIAGE LINER skip hop grey, new. also, size 6 black boots 845-274-0326 DRUM SET Ludwig 5 peice, inc. ZBT zildjian cymbols and all hardware $485 call 845-3712092
BUGABOO CHAMELEON3 new parts please call 845.499.3990
GRACO CAR SEAT with snap and go base and car base. new condition. text 845-608-6667
COACH BAG black patent w/burgindy trim. new. Call 845-538-6071
BABY MONSTER grey double carriage, new condition $500 7184909946
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KOVA HAT Shtufen, size 54. Brand new. 845323-2233
STOKKE XPLORY 2016 model, lightly used, inc. bassinet, rain & net covers $900 Text. (845)263-7763
TWIN CARRIAGE With removable seats and two universal car seat adapters. $200 obo. 845-376-6454
KARAOKE MACHINE & CD Player, new condition. $40 call 845.304.7927
BLACK SUIT size 44L with tag Worn once. $180 call 845 352 7163
ELECTROLYSIS MACHINE Apilus Senior II $1950.00 call (347) 709-8528
NEW SUIT valet still in box original $40 selling $20 call 845-356-6215
HUMAN SHEITEL dirty blonde w gorgeous highlts for $500 orig. $1200 call 845.425.3962
MAMAS AND PAPAS Ocarro Stroller new, Navy. $250 Call/text 845-641-3028 BUGABOO BUFFALO 8454261722 TREADMILL please call 845 642 3482. GREY CRIB and highchair new condition 845-248-6426 MICROWAVE CONTAINERS 3 section and 2section. new. cost price. 425-1937 DARK WOOD CRIB Fair condition. $150. Call: 845-376-4183 LONG SLV TOP Banana Republic size xs navy black & white. $40 obo. (845)222-1305 BELLA PRETZEL MAKER new in box, text 347.504.4033 IMAC NAVY SHOE boys, size 29 for $50. Brand new. Call/text 9175881007 INGLASINA QUAD and trilogy with bassinet carriage, new. 845-746-6012 BUGABOO DONKEY tailored fabric set Inc. sun canopy & bassinet apron. $45 each Text: (845)-263-7763
GEOX SNEAKER. New boys size 38 narrow fit. $48. Shobbos velcro shoe size 36 $33 845-499- 8323 MOUNTAIN BUGGY DOUBLE, Excellent condition, black $100, 845694-9623 CHANGING TABLE new, in box $30, 845 694 9623 NEW PEDAL GO-KART Great gift ages 4-8. Call 845304-5160
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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 APT FOR RENT 5 bdrm apt. Oak Glen area available for rent March/April time, includes, playroom, living room, laundry room, private entrance, speaker and Camera system, jacuzzi and separate shower in master bdrm, Passover kitchen, section 8 preferred, call 845492-7925
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845.538.5623 PENNINGTON WAY Beautiful Updated Bi-Level house, on Pennington way, 4bdr, 2.5bath, hardwood floors, TREX deck, new windows and central air, kosher kitchen with granite countertops, ss appliances, see Zillow 4pictures, call or text 917-510-5775 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 AIRMONT Park Ave Estates - for sale By Owner - Lovely expanded Brick Center Hall Colonial, 5 bdrm/3bath, large kitchen, oversized dining room, office off master bdrm, 24x24 garage. Too many extras to list, 917-701-0185 3 BEDRM 2 bath, Chestnut Ridge/ Spring Hill area; call 845 377 3687 FOR RENT On Park Lane. Duplex (2nd – 3rd floor) for rent includes: Kitchen/dinette, Dining Rm, Playroom, Study, 5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, nice back porch, Please call 845414-1606. No Section 8.
FOR RENT 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. HOUSE FOR RENT 4 br 1-1/2 bath. Full basement, s8 ok. Call 845260-8000 FOR SALE Gorgeous renovated 6 BR colonial in Spring Valley for only 469k. 1 Long Ridge Ct. Pls call agent Abraham Spitzer: 914.341.2974 7 BR 3.5 Bath, Bi-Level. New Hempstead, Low taxes, $749k owner: 845.883.2092 ELEGANT HOUSE Ready furnished house in Pomona. Available immediatly for short or long term monthly rental. Shul nearby. Call 845.709.5371 POMONA RENTAL 2 bdrms; New kitchen text prefered 917 830 6341 LE SUITE GUESTHOUSE Luxurious accommodations in the new chassidish area of Lakewood. Booking for Weekday and Shabbos, Simchos and business, retreat and recuperation.
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backyard big deck, freshly renovated. text 8457099091
APT FOR RENT Beautiful Apartment for rent in airmont. $1900. Monthly. +utilities No sec. 8 . 3 bdrm 1 bath new eat in kitchen. Big dining room living room. call 3473856423
2 BR APT. in Chestnut Ridge. New kitchen. Call 917-626-2895
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 2 BDRM Two bedroom apartment for rent in Spring Valley with private porch, new house, In Maple area. please call, 917474-2456 AIRMONT RENTAL Murray Dr. call 845-357-0004 DISCOUNTED RENT For Kollel Couple or small Kollel family wanting to live in Wesley Hill/Pomona area: Text (845) 377-3687 for details FOR SALE 2 BR duplex on Kearsing Pkw. Priced to sell, 229k! Bring all offers! Pls call agent Abraham Spitzer: 914.341.2974 3 BEDROOM APT. for rent on quiet cul de sac in Airmont large dining, private
1 BEDROOM new, in chestnut ridge, sep entrance, utilities inc. great for single or young couple Call 917 974 5397 POMONA RENTAL 3 bedrm; new kitchen; quartz counter s/s appliances, +big garage. text (732) 328-9116 OFFICE RENTAL Office Space For Rent Near Monsey. Newly renovated, furnished, kosher kitchen and conference room. Call 845-634-1463 or Email info@ thesuitecorner.com WAREHOUSE/ STORAGE Over 500 square feet Great location. 845 538 3833 900+ SQUARE FT. ideal for school, playgroup or office etc. $4k monthly rent, call: 845-587-7430 2 OFFICE ROOMS for rent on ground floor, off Highview Rd bet. college & Spook rock. call 347-243-1815
Join our Fantastic team! seeking Female employee to work with adult women who have disabilities. hours are 9:00 to 3:30. an amazing experience in a Fabulous environment! must be able to drive. please call 845-503-0267.
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
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.
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BASEMENT ROOM Bates area. Suitable for office or playgroup etc. 845 746 7251
HELP WANTED LEGAL SCHOOL SPACE available for rent for daycamp summer 2019. email: daycampspace@ gmail.com REAL ESTATE OFFICE Real Estate management office looking to hire part time secretary-Accts receivable. Please email resume to ehorowitz@ sapphirevent.com ACCOUNTANT Boutique Accounting Practice looking for an experienced accountant to join our team. Email resume to: jobs. firstname.lastname@example.org or Fax resume to (646) 792-3313 WEâ€™RE HIRING Broad Management Group Accounts Payable Associate / Bookkeeper. Entry Level Opening. Fast growing real estate management firm seeking a full time AP associate who possesses organizational skills, diligence, attention to detail and strong communication skills. Be a part of a growing accounts Payable Department. Please reply to: email@example.com
Insurance office is looking for a FT Secretary w/great Communication & Office skills. Plz email resume: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-0189 & Leave mssg. BUSY HEIMESHE SHOWROOM in Monsey looking to hire immediately for multiple positions. Full time ( 9-5) Entry level female receptionist, entry level female bookkeeper, and inside sales girl. Candidates should have excellent communication skills and the ability to maintain a high level of activity. Will train. Competitive pay. Please send resumes to 6038204@gmail. com PASSAIC, NJ A company in Passaic NJ is looking to fill an office position, must have phone skills, must be knowledgeable in QuickBooks. Great opportunity for the right individual. Please email resume to jobs.7100@gmail. com JOIN OUR WONDERFUL TEAM!
Bnos Leah Prospect Park of Monsey is seeking positive, warm and experienced teachers/
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assistants for the 2019-20 school year. Curriculum Coordinator position also available. Send your resume to srube@ prospectmonsey.org. LOOKING TO HIRE Secretary with computer - online and writing skills. Needs to have great interpersonal and social skills. Must be able to multi task and willing to learn and grow with company. Sales, Marketing, Graphics and design skills a plus. Email resume to 3626430@gmail. com OFFICE POSITION Commercial insurance agency seeking to fill a full-time office position in their new-business division. No experience necessary. Please email resume to: newbizjobs@trustevergreen. com AFTERNOON P/T POSITION Heimishe office located in Monsey looking for Secretary, (graduate preferred) hours 1-5. for more details please call 845-4289597 or email resume to jobsopening10952@gmail. com FT SECRETARY Full-time secretary needed for a graphic Design company
in Nanuet, NY. Hours are 9-5. 718-330-0004 P/T SECRETARY assistant position available. Requirements: Customer service skills - Yiddish / English, Experienced in Quick Books, Ability to multitask. Prior office experience a must. Great offer for the right individual. Please email resume to fishelspitzer@ gmail.com ENTRY LEVEL positions with great pay, benefits and career growth at established company in Spring Valley. Send resume to email@example.com MEDICAL ASSISTANT F/T Greet patients, take vitals, assist physician. Previous experience and good customer service required. send resume to switonsky@ cmadc.com. LOGISTICS COMPANY seeking responsible and motivated individual to join our billing team. Great pay and potential for growth. email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org FULL TIME JOB Our fast growing company is looking to fill Customer Service positions at our NJ office, located just 15/20 minutes out of Monsey and
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Office Space For Rent Approx 900 sq feet, great location, front facing Rt. 59. Ample parking. For more info please call: Abraham Spitzer 914-341-2974 Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Medical billing companyatmosphere. is looking to hire Passaic. The ideal candidate Office would be organized and experience preferred. quality employees for full time work.Send
detail-oriented, have great resume to resume10977@ writing and communication gmail.com skills, and haveresume basic Please email to email@example.com or computer skills. Great office OFFICE POSITION call 718-872-9255 a detailed message. environment with lots ofand leaveAVAILABLE growth potential! Email Office position available in firstname.lastname@example.org for heimishe Spring Valley office information. billing dept., F/T (flexible LOCAL FINANCIAL OFFICE is currently seeking to hire experienced female for Client processing position. Candidate would need to analyze and obtain a deep view of clients financial profile and credit status. Creative & innovative thinking to draft course plan. Communicating with clients and lenders and standing by deadline. Routinely review financial and account data to confirm accuracy. Send resume to career@ goldminecards.com OFFICE POSITION Fast growing business is looking for a dedicated and capable female with excellent phone skills, multitasking, creative and analytical thinking, detail oriented, and reliable to join our professional staff in a very Heimishe professional
hours) 845-517-2773 ext 109 REAL ESTATE OFFICE Real Estate management office looking to hire part time secretary. Knowledge of Rent Manager software a plus. Please email resume to email@example.com VOLONTEERS NEEDED organization seeking drivers to deliver lunch to local hospitals in the late morning hours. Please call 425-7877 #180 SALESGIRL POSITION Seasonal salesgirl afternoon hours from now till after purim. Must be extremely friendly, organized ,multi tasked. Pls call and leave a message 8455969183 SEASONAL JOB Seeking women or girls to work in store for 2-week
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PUBLIC ADJUSTER Looking for motivated sales people to train as NY & NJ Claims Representatives. Previous experience in real estate or property management a plus. Call 973-951-1534
REMEDIAL POSITION Title I mentor to teach reading to students in grades Pre IA and first. Please email resume to rgluck@aviryakov. net TEACHER ASSISTANTS or mentors Send resume to email@example.com or fax 845-354-3806
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SUBSTITUTE Bais Yaakov Middle School in New York City seeking Limudei Kodesh substitute for 6/8 weeks. Please forward resume to hgottesman@ yrsrh.org
TITLE I math/reading teacher for a six-week maternity leave starting in March. mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org 845356-1400 #223 PLAYGROUP seeking sub for 6-8 week from 11:15-4P.M. 3 yr old, English speaking pref in your home College road area Call 845 352 3867 GIRLS SCHOOL is looking to hire an English curriculum director for lower elementary grades.
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purim business.. Full or part time. call 848-525-3854
STARS Night Activity seeking Tuesday night staff. Call/text 8454455781 YIDDISH SPEAKING Play Therapist Must have NYS License in Social Work. P/T 2 days/week. email switonsky@ cmadc.com. MANAGER Seeking a mature responsible woman to run/manage a small center for special
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LOOKING FOR babysitter twice a week in my house Rita/Jill area from 3-5. 521-9878.
M&M PLAYGROUP Playgroup in Bates/Horton area. From 9:30-3:00 extended hours available. Please call 352-0903
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016 LOOKING FOR 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 616-802-8788 MUSIC Looking for a woman who plays guitar or piano professionally and sings.
POMONA MOTHERS send your child to a HEIMISHE warm loving playgroup Call: 845 517 8608 WARM AND EXPERIENCED babysitter available to babysit night hours in your home or at weddings. References available. Please call 845 499 9272 OVERNIGHT BABYSITTING for newborn babies. Lots of experience. Please call 845 274 5450
SERVICES MORAH MALKA’S ANIMAL THERAPY In your home or school Animal Care Certification Ages 7-14 Preschool Programfun and interactive for ages
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// help wanted // playgroups // service 2-6 Bunnies, Birds, Reptiles, Farm Animals and more. Certified and Insured. 845642-9066 ORCHESTRA 5 piece orchestra for any occasion. Super affordable. Yossi Forkosh. (347) 385-1295 HANDYMAN Roof repairs, wall patch & painting, faucets installations. 8189846282 DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula 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 @ email@example.com
SAY CHEESE PHOTOGRAPHY To book your indoor studio session with a professional photographer please call 845-422-1860 PRE - PURIM SPECIAL RATES! SHAIMOS
We do pick ups all year round - schools shuls homes. 845-461-3084 GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281 WAITERS Making your own Simcha at home. Relax!!! Let us take care of the rest. From Setting, Serving and Cleaning up. Call/Text 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 POEMS!!! Poems by C.M. Aguirre for all occasions and needs. Purim
Tri County Care is seeking to hire a Care Coordinator in the Monroe location to support people with Developmental Disabilities and their families. Job Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree with 2 years relevant experience and a sincere desire to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities. Fulfilling and rewarding work. Great compensation and opportunity for promotion. Excellent office environment! Please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Development Office Manager Monsey Full Time/Female Office •
Will work with all team members to support the achievement of work plan activities designed to achieve department goals
Coordinates and oversees special projects independent or in cooperation with other Development personne
Strong working knowledge of all social media and experience with computer programs essential
Supports the development and implementation of Agency’s comprehensive public relations strategy to enhance public awareness Compensation commensurate with experience. All female office Excellent benefits and work environment. Please send resume to email@example.com or call 845-354-3233 ext 1121. February 13, 2019 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 143 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Classifieds 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 BALLOON IT Helium Balloons. Large Selection For All Occasions. Francis Area (845) 422-7750 firstname.lastname@example.org SEWING REPAIR Sewing machine Service/ Repair, most makes & models, call 845-414-3915, email email@example.com REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN | In person and online consultations | Insurance accepted | 347 480 1670 | rd@ miriamshurpin.com | www. miriamshurpin.com 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. 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 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
GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos MUSIC LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! References available. Call Yitty @ 845-426-7561 after 4:30 pm 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. HULAHOOP ACTIVITIES. Private, groups, schools, siyums, camps, parties. Interactive sport offering confidence, team-building and coordination skills. www.instagram.com/ dinadeehoops , 201-305-3462 NEW TO MONSEY FrumTechCoach for women. Patient and Experienced. Save precious time and frustration! Learn Apps, Programs, Downloads etc. Be comfortable with your PC, tablet or smartphone. Call/TXT 732-660-5590 firstname.lastname@example.org HAIR/WIGS 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
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The Arrowsmith Program has helped many children become successful in the regular classroom. Please call Mrs. Feuer to find out more 845-304-7053
ODDS & ENDS SEEKING SOMEONE who’d take a package to fair lawn nj once a week or once in a few weeks to a patient. L’shem mitzva #8452386691 MAFRISH CHALLAH?? Be mispalel for someone in need of a yeshuah, new name weekly. Call 24/6 @216-3710413 SEEKING INVESTOR Amazon Private label Business Looking for an Investor. Looking for an investor for an Amazon Private Label Business currently making 5k profit a month with opportunity to grow. For more details please email at: info@ bsdemarketing.com or call: 845-323-2265. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR TALENTED GIRLS. Want to join a dance in a professional production? Some slots available for elementary girls, free of charge, with a commitment for ticket sales. 413-471-9988 Leave msg
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Classifieds IN DESPERATE NEED Local Needy Family in desperate need of linen, towels, and file cabinet. Call Ahuva Levine 917-796-3666 to donate SEEKING TALENTED GIRLS Looking for motivated and talented high school girls to help out with dance, slides or technicals for a production. 413-471-9988 BAL KORAH Byhm”d, in Grove/Saddle area, looking for a weekly Shabos Bal Korah. Can be a Bachur. 845-376-6936 GET INSPIRED Women and Girls in Shidduchim get inspired with a newsletter straight in your inbox. (Its Free) Subscribe: inspirebooster@ gmail.com BEZCHUS NASHIM HOTLINE 917 924 9900 Join our overjoyed listeners!
GEMACHIM GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by appointment only. 845-426-7496 or 845-3523031.
MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. Please call or text 845-445-9687 BABY GOWNS gowns and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. New! Boys line added. 425-3049 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach 917.697.0790 BABIES LAYETTE text 718-551-1732 or email email@example.com MECHITZA’S 30’ - 5 six’ tables 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 or email Mitzvah1@gmail.com CHASUNAH HAIR ORNAMENT for rent @ $3 and below. West central area 371-1765 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES including TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & All feeding supplies. To donate or receive. Please call 845-746-8293.
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 $25. many different styles and colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. Call 347 351 1604 ELEGANT HATS For short term rental please call 845-517-0838.
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// odds & ends // gemachim // dresses SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649
WHITE KALLLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211
GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee).
TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. Call Sussman @ 845-578-6513
BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com
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 free of charge for as long as necessary. Call: 845 579 5538 REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. 845-356-0815
BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.
SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718
EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.
HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 5 locations
by Sora Yaraslowitz forming now. Small group. Space for 4 more participants.
Text 845-517-7811 for more info.
ExcEllEnt OppOrtunity Hamaspik is seeking to hire a female employee for our Monsey office location. Must have excellent communication skills, be detail oriented and organized. Yiddish speaking a must. Excellent pay. Please submit your resume to email@example.com.
HAMASPIK GEMACH FOR MEZUZOS 362.2333 PIDYON HABEN coins, silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. Please call (845) 641-5536.
GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach. Please call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278 REFLECTOR GEMACH: Be safe! If ur having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors call 347-977-6816 CHUPPA CARDS. Please call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666
REAL BECHERS from our free-loan gemach. 845-377-KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@gmail.com
WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive please call 845 425 7214
SIDDUR/CHUMASH GEMACH 558.4774
BECHER GEMACH (not zmiros) please call 845642-0910
COAT RACK GMACH Coat racks and hangers available for your simcha. Please call 845-356-9841
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. LADIES BANDS $10 New ladies bands, all lengths. Also berret hats. Call 845 290 8319 טייערע כלה נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט , שיעורים, הדרכה,השקפה וואכן פאר4 רעזעווירט. תפילות 245-352-2560 די חתונה DVD GEMACH DVDs borrowed from 7 Dunn Rd. gemach should be returned to 21 Calvert,425-2660. SOUND SYSTEM Speakers | mikes | mixers | cables | for your simchas and party’s | 917-382-8809 MATERNITY COATS limited supply, 1st come 1st serve. Plz TEXT ONLY 8455212912. Located in chestnut ridge area
CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456 SUITCASE GEMACH please call 845-371-9121 TEEN JEWELRY GEMACH contact avigayil resnick @ 845-682-2093
DRESSES/GOWNS ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white gown/dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924 CHASUNAH DRESS Absolutely amazing dress, for sale, size 2-4, silver grey and cream, fantastic price. Call anytime 845.641.3159 and leave a message. GOWN FOR RENT
dark colored gown size 2-4 8455380391
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Classifieds Black and gold dress size 8 Please call 845-263-6034
White & black children’s gown size 5 & 12 -14 354-1934
Blk & gold gown, adult/teen sz 6/8. Call or text 347-3855263
Cream/Rose Gown. Size 00. For Sale. Call 352-4470
black & white gown for teens for rent. Size 6-8. Call 3524855 black dress. Call 352-4855 black and gold gown/dress 845 213 5170 Dusty Blue Gown Sz 6 Call/ txt 845 570-7468 white and green dress for sale-size 2-4. Please call/text 845-269-8649. peach chasunah/tenoyim dress for rent. Size Small. Call: 845 579 5538 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 4-6 skirt and blouse, black and silver/grey for rent. Call/ text 718-887-5015 wedding/tenoyim dress to rent size 2.please call 4267460 (leave message) Metallic pink and diamond white. Coordinating teens and children’s sizes. call 845371-4104 Maternity Black & Silver Mechutenista Gown for Sale. Small,Petite. 845-263-9404. Pink Gowns for sale sz 8 & 10 kids 845-263-9404 Fine Pink Gown sz 2-4 Teen for sale. 845 425 4578 Blush Gowns for sale sz 14 & 16 kids 845 425 4578 Black & gold gown, size 10 845-290-0550 White & black gown, size 14 354-1934
size 2 childrens gown for sale , worn once. Includes matching shoes and hair accessories . Please call 8456599876 Black maternity gown for rent. Size small. Please call: 845-578-1720 black maternity gown (cocktail length). Size large. 845-263-2170 black and white Maternity dress for rent. 845.376.3412. women’s, straight black geometric lace gown size 16 for rent. Please call 13476754965 black and gold gown size 16 very slenderizing. Please call 13476754965 Pink/Blush gown size 4 for $475 please call 845-352-1650 Ivory gown, mauve/gold brocade inlay, size 6-8. Please call or text 845-323-2434 white lace with blue trim, size 4 for rent/sale please call/ text 8456087877 silver/light blue matching sizes 10 and 14 for sale.3520623 Green and Black size 10-12 Cocktail length for rent, Please call: 845-587-0204 Size 10/12 peach gown custom Tosca (by Henry) 1416-8760204 black gown with soft colored flowers for rent sz 6 call 347243-1822
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ivory dress size 4-6 for sale Call: 845-362-9259 St John black and white dress to sell Call/text 845-248-6426 Black, white and grey maternity dress/gown size M. for rent. 845-376-5310. Bridal gown size 6, and black and gold ladies gown for rent. call/text 347-278-1278 Black and Gold Tahari Gown Size 12 for sale. $100. 845376-5587 wedding outfit for boys size 2 & 5 great price. Please call 845-352-2131 ladies royal blue & black gown, size 6 for rent, price $250. 845.426.2179 black/white, sister of bride, maternity gown. size small (0-2) 845-352-1737 girls pink gown, size 12, for rent price $100 or for sale for $200, 845.426.2179 Size 18 Bridal gown for sale. call/ text 347-278-1278 gold mechatanesta gown. Please call 845-376-6446
FREE GIVEAWAYS 5 draw file cabinets, great condition 30’’ and 36’’ widths. 3474506379
black, maytag refrigerator. Older model. call after 7 pm. 845-425-0369 White medicine chest 426 1722 Up&Up pull ups training pants size 2T-4T. 845-6121022 Baby mobile call 347-4326669 Sz 8-10 maternity Shabbos clothes call 347-432-6669 BREAKFRONT Light colored wood, 3 sections, 4 glass doors. Call/text 3476284243 dining room table not in best condition 8456005617 Sz 16L boys GB short suit 347432-6669 Two filing cabinets and office furniture. Please text (ONLY) 917 246 0123.
FOUND (left in my car) Old sefer written by R’ Avraham Yitzchok Shain. 845-371-4477 xtn 204 gold heart- charm for a necklace outside Rockland kosher #8452386691 gold loop earring in the parking lot of crave cafe\f&f. a while ago. 8452386691
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