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פרשת פקודי כ"ט אדר א’ תשע”ט
Raffle With Reason Safety and etiquette tips for pint-sized pushkamen
A Winning Chance What’s the likelihood of winning the jackpot?
He Picked Me! Sometimes there really is a free lunch
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I was very close to Mrs. Klein* from Williamsburg. Even if I were to use her real name, you probably would not have recognized it. She never became famous, yet more than three thousand people came to be menachem avel her family when she was niftar. These were the people she and her husband had quietly helped over the years. Although by the numbers she and her husband were quite wealthy, one would never know this by looking into their home. The Kleins owned their building, yet they confined themselves to a small three-bedroom apartment. One apartment was turned into a hachnasas orchim apartment as per a rebbe’s advice. In one of the rental apartments, the husband was niftar, leaving an almanah with eleven yesomim. The Kleins not only allowed the family to continue living in the apartment rentfree, but they supported the family and helped marry off each and every one of the children. The third and final apartment in the building was occupied by a family whose father had a serious mental health issue. One day, the family simply stopped paying rent. The Kleins never asked them to leave. This is the backdrop to this remarkable family’s story. At the shivah, I heard from some of the people they helped from their humble home. One woman described how the Kleins had come to visit her apartment for some reason. As they were speaking, Mrs. Klein looked around and took note: A plastic table and chairs stood in the dining room, and she saw no other furniture. Mrs.
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INGREDIENTS 4 sticks margarine 6 eggs 9 cups flour 1 T. vanilla extract 4 cups confectionersâ€™ sugar 3 flat tsp. baking powder
DIRECTIONS 1. Place all ingredients into a mixer bowl. Use a cookie hook to knead it into a soft dough. 2. For easier handling, divide dough in four parts and chill for at least one hour. 3. Preheat oven to 350Â°. Remove one piece at a time and roll out between two parchment papers. 4. Cut out desired shapes using any large cookie cutter and remove excess dough to maintain cookies shape. 5. Bake for approximately 10 minutes. Tops should remain light and bottoms should begin to brown.
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container with boiling water and the shorter one with baking chocolate.
I find that the simplest way to melt baking chocolate is to put a shorter container (16 oz.) into a taller container (32 oz.), and create a double boiler by filling the taller
For easiest removal, I allow decorated cookies to dry on silver foil.
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To decorate, hold the entire cookie top-side down between your thumb and index finger. Dip top of cookie in melted chocolate. Scatter cashew halves, caramel chips and large coconut chips over chocolate while chocolate is wet.
To decorate, hold cookie at a slant and dip halfway into container of melted chocolate. Sprinkle with sliced toasted almonds.
For this cookie I used a Wilton fondant cutter, because I liked the shape.
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I was surprised to find that no teardrop cookie cutter was available. I bent a round scalloped aluminum cookie cutter into a teardrop shape for this cookie.
To decorate, drop some melted white chocolate in the center of flower. Sprinkle with pumpkin seeds and craisins.
Any oblong shape cutter will work for this. To decorate, dip bottoms of three pecan halves in chocolate. Stick onto cookie. Drizzle with white and dark chocolate.
To decorate, melt good-quality white chocolate in a container. Melt small pieces of pink chocolate in a Ziploc bag. Dip half of cookie into the container and lay flat on silver foil. Snip off a tiny piece at the corner of the Ziploc bag, and draw three to four stripes across the wet chocolate. Use a toothpick to draw lines from top to bottom to blend the chocolates.
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ost of us have, at one time or another, fantasized about winning a trip to Millionaire’s Street on roads paved in green. Even knowing full well when buying a lottery ticket that the odds of winning are not in our favor, that still doesn’t mean we can’t dream! In honor of Purim, the day of lots, we explore the ins and outs of how the modern-day system works. Forget about a cash prize; let us celebrate the lots Haman drew, confident that he was the winner, until his luck turned... On the Ball In both Mega Millions and Powerball, players pay $2 for a ticket with six numbers that they either choose on their own or have a machine generate randomly. Once they select their numbers and pay for their tickets, they tuck it into their pocket and stay tuned with interest… After all, their chances of matching all six numbers are roughly 1 in 300 million! (1 in 302,575,350 for Mega Millions and 1
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in 292,201,338 for Powerball, to be exact.) In Powerball there are five white balls and 1 red ball — the Powerball; in Mega Millions, five white balls and one yellow ball — the Mega Ball — to which people will be comparing their tickets once they are drawn twice a week.
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has the lucky numbers on it? While it would seem natural for them to shout the fantastic news from the rooftops, financial advisors caution winners to stay calm and keep their lips sealed. Since there is a time frame for claiming the prize, wise winners first set themselves up, making copies of their ticket and securing it; seeking out a lawyer, an accountant and a financial advisor, and planning things out with this team before turning in the ticket; changing their phone number, setting up a new post office box — or even deciding to forgo the publicity and setting up a blind trust through an attorney so they can enjoy their anonymity.
Annuity or Lump Sum? will start at a minimum of $40 million, and each time the jackpot is not won, the numbers get raised by at least another $10 million. This is how the jackpots become so high. (The past few years’ higher jackpots were attributed to recent deliberate changes by the lottery companies to decrease the chances of hitting the jackpot, thereby building more interest as the jackpot climbs up.) A prime example is the recent Mega Millions jackpot that reached over $1.6 billion this past October. It inflated to this historic amount since no one had won the 19 drawings beforehand, catapulting the prize higher and higher.
Secondary Prizes One doesn’t have to be the jackpot winner to win some extra cash. In fact there are many lower-tier prizes awarded, the highest of them a $1 million prize for having all five numbers match, except for the Ball. (Two people claimed this prize in the famous October Mega Millions draw in this manner.) There are a lot of combinations that have different prize values. (From getting just the Ball, which is a win of $4, to getting 4 numbers plus the Powerball, which comes with a $50,000 prize.)
Windfall! So what happens when a person finds himself staring at a ticket in his hand that
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The lottery prize can get paid out all at once in cash or annually over a period of time. Which option optimizes the earnings? It all depends on the specific circumstances. Not too long ago, the cash sum was higher with annual payments, since the lottery companies would buy bonds with the prize money, and that would earn the winner between 3 and 5 percent interest for the sum they hadn’t claimed yet. Today, with
Here are a few things a person is more likely to experience than winning the lottery. • Being killed by a vending machine (1 in 112,000,000) • Being elected president (1 in 100,000,000 in a lifetime) • Having an IQ of 190 or greater (1 in 107,000,000) • Being killed by a falling coconut (1 in 50,700,000) • Being attacked by a shark (1 in 11,500,000) • Becoming a billionaire (1 in 2,200,000) • Giving birth to quadruplets (1 in 729,000)
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interest rates dropping ever lower, the cash difference is not that great. (However, annuity will still give you more cash dollar for dollar, since taxes are lower when the sums being received are lower.) Most financial advisors recommend going for the lump sum, since it can be invested to grow exponentially. In fact, 80 percent of winners choose to take the lump sum upon winning. However, with it comes the risk of quickly spending the winnings, leaving the winner destitute before long, or mismanaging the money. So someone with a tendency to mismanage money may opt for the security of annuity payments.
FYI: Lotteries are illegal in eight of U.S. states: Alabama, Hawaii, Arkansas, Alaska, Nevada, Utah, Mississippi and Wyoming.
Here Comes the Taxman! Probably the biggest catch in the enticing numbers of the jackpot is the fact that the prize money is taxable income — and such amounts obviously fall into the highest tax bracket. This means that 39.6 percent of the prize goes to tax, leaving the winner with roughly 60 percent of the jackpot, 25 percent of which gets withheld immediately (the winner will never see that money) and the rest of which gets paid at tax time.
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On top of that, local taxes come to claim their piece of the pie. New Jersey’s rate is the lowest, at 3 percent, while New York’s is (of course!) the highest, at 8.82 percent. Some cities, like NYC, still slice off a municipality tax to boot. So someone who wins the lottery in New York will walk away with roughly 50 percent of the prize.
Where Do Lottery Profits Go? Lottery revenues go to state governments. Generally, they are earmarked for programs, very often those dedicated to education or environmental protection.
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FYI: The highest jackpot in the history of lotteries was the Powerball jackpot of January 2016, where three people claimed the $1,586,500,000 prize (this was after secondary prizes were deducted). Each winner ended up with $327,800,000 after taxes were deducted. The largest single-win jackpot ever was the historic Mega Millions win this past October, when the jackpot prize was $1,537,000,000 (after secondary prizes were deducted). The South Carolinian winner walked away with $877,800,000.
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SAFETY FIRST “Mommy, can I go collecting with Chavy?” “Our school wants us to sell ten noi Sukkah, and then we’ll win a prize!” “I’m supposed to fill up my pushka for cheder!” The requests to “go collecting” come fast and furious, and we might be tempted to give a feeble “yes” and watch our progeny bound carelessly out the door. But cliched as it may be, safety really does come first. Consider your beloved child as a doorto-door salesman. It’s a difficult vocation that involves taking into account the weather, the people one will meet and the location. Take a few minutes before your child steps out the door and invest a little effort into preparing him or her on how to avoid potential dangers that may crop up. And of course, follow up those preparations with a prayer for success and safety.
PHYSICAL PREPARATIONS: Ideally, an adult should be with their child during any collection rounds, but in case that’s not possible: • Snap a picture of your children before they head out. This will come in handy if a child is lost, chas v’shalom. Searchers will be able to easily identify your child if the need arises. • Arrange groups of two or three children to walk together. A child alone is a potentially greater target for unwanted attention. • Give your child a cell phone to use in case of emergency, loss of direction, fear or whatnot. Make sure they know how to use the phone and how to dial 911! Put a sticker on the back of the phone with Hatzoloh’s number, as well. • Ensure that your child knows their address and phone number by heart. • Though dark is not an ideal time for children to go collecting, if they’ll be heading out, make sure they wear reflectors. It’s almost impossible to see a person walking in the dark. • Where will your child be putting the cash they collect? Far too many times we see children walking around with extra-large Ziploc bags with tens and twenties clearly visible. Easy target + visible cash = a bad combination. Give your child an opaque shopping bag or other non-obvious object to carry change. • Just as children should be trained in crossing the street safely (at corners, after looking both ways, etc.), even very young children should be trained to recognize when a car is backing out. Train your children to look for rear lights turning on and to retreat if they do, giving the car wide berth to back out. Never rely on the driver of the car; there are blind spots in which a child becomes invisible to the driver.
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MENTAL PREPARATIONS: Let’s face it: The world is not a safe place. There are far too many painful stories spurred by hatred, sadism, mental illness and crooked belief systems. When our children walk out our doors, we pray that “harchikeinu m’adam ra,” that Hashem keep us and our loved ones far from evil people. But hishtadlus has its place as well. It’s our duty to teach our children to have a healthy (not disabling!) fear of strangers, and to trust their gut. If something feels wrong, it probably is. Even if everything seems safe, the brain is not always to be trusted. In a widely publicized 1993 experiment performed on children playing in a park, chilling facts emerged: Even the children who had learned about “stranger danger” and in whom parents had complete confidence regarding safety skills were lured out of the park by a friendly stranger within 35 seconds. Every. Single. Child. In 35 seconds. The brain is a complex thing. It feeds us with a steady stream of information, and if that information contradicts presupposed information, it’s easy to find ourselves making decisions that are shockingly unwise. That goes for everyone; all the more so for kids. To kids, the term “dangerous strangers” is synonymous with “scary.” But that’s not always true! In fact, some of the evilest people in the world have been extremely charismatic and charming. Here’s what to teach your children to prepare them for the world outside:
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BRAIN SAYS: Someone I know is offering me a ride. It must be safe, and it’ll be a lot easier to collect that way. WISDOM SAYS: The only people I’m allowed to go for a ride with are the people who Mommy and Tatty have told me I can get into a car with. Anybody else must know our family’s code word, otherwise, I can’t go with them, no matter what they tell me. Even if they say Mommy or Tatty has been hurt or something else that makes me feel scared, I won’t trust them. THE RULE: Choose a code word together as a family. The code word will be the green light for “go.” For example, “violin music.” If someone comes to pick you up and they know your family’s secret code, then you can go with them. Make sure the code is not a very common word. Example: “Hi, Yanky. Your mother told me you love ‘violin music.’ Let me take you to a few more doors and then drive you home.”
BRAIN SAYS: If I take the shortcut through those trees, I can do a whole ‘nother street before I have to be home! WISDOM SAYS: Shortcuts can have wild animals or strangers. I better stay in a very public place. THE RULE: Shortcuts are never, ever, ever for kids to use alone!
Some other important pointers to keep in mind when your kid goes collecting: • Children should only knock on doors of people they know. • Homes should only be approached if the porch lights are on (if at night) and the children can be clearly seen from the street. • No matter what the weather is, a child should never enter a home — unless they often spend time in that house with their parents’ full permission. This even applies for neighbors. The fact is that 90 percent of abuse happens not at the hands of strangers… but at the hands of someone a child knows. Perhaps, most importantly, is that children should be trained to focus on and be aware of their surroundings. That means no headphones or talking on the phone while walking. Train them to keep their heads up, eyes open and to be tuned in to the sounds around them. Teach your children to live in the moment. In fact, that’s a lesson all of us ought to learn!
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BRAIN SAYS: I’m lost. Let me find a police officer. WISDOM SAYS: I’m lost. Let me find a mother with children to help me. THE RULE: It’s hard to tell the difference between a security guard and a policeman, and many security guards are people who aren’t trustworthy. A mother with children is the safest option in case you get lost.
EVEN IN OUR TOWN “Mommy!” my daughter came running in the door. “A red car pulled up next to Shaindy*, and the driver asked her if she wanted to come for a ride!” Thankfully, 11-year-old Shaindy had been in front of her own home and had turned tail and run inside. Her mother immediately called the police and discovered that a known predator was on the loose. Footage culled from my personal surveillance system showed the car circling our block four times in a four-minute time span. Only when he realized that he was being tailed by Chaverim did the driver leave. This happened right here, in our own Monsey.
GRUMBLEWORTHY OR GREAT? Mothers share their thoughts on kids collecting: I think it’s better not to object or put a stop to too many collectors. The Chofetz Chaim in Sefer Ahavas Chesed shares the importance of keeping our doors open to collectors even if they’re repetitious or annoying. These minor disturbances can take the place of other difficulties in our lives. -N.W. This problematic system should not be changed, but abolished! -M.C.L The question begs to be asked: Why in the world do parents, willingly or not, expose children to such risks and danger in the times we live in today? -K.O. I have a nephew who is a master fundraiser and he is only in fourth grade. Every year he raises hundreds of dollars for his school. How does he do it? Not by knocking on people’s doors; he makes personal phone calls. -D.L. Safety issues aside, there is a concept — and a halacha, I believe — that says two people must go together to collect for another party, to be a shomer for each other from the temptation of taking the money for personal use. Schools should teach this concept to their students before sending them out. I.D.
ETIQUETTE OF THE KNOCK “Ma! I gotta go collecting. Everyone’s going. Can I please, please, please go?!” I heard the plea once, twice, ten times and my resolve began to weaken. Personally, I’m not a fan of sending little girls (or little boys) to knock on doors for tzedakah, but when it’s such an ingrained part of our society, I worry about being the only ogre of a parent saying “no.” “Take two friends with you. Only knock on the doors of neighbors whom we know. And don’t go inside any houses.” When finally she bounded out the door, a sense of relief washed over me. The kvetching had stopped. And then the knocks began and my frustration mounted. One child for a cheder. Another child for the same cheder. A third for a different cheder. It became very difficult to prepare for Shabbos. And then it hit me: I’d just done exactly the same thing to other parents. The one time I let my daughter “go collecting” was on a Friday afternoon. Oops. Talk about about a faux pas. A poll of mothers resulted in the following ideas of how to not annoy the neighbors when kids are collecting: • Do not allow your child to collect after 6 p.m. as many families are beginning their nightly routine at that time. • Ring the doorbell or knock only once! Children should know that even if the dwellers within are home but do not come to the door, it’s because they have a reason. • No peeking in windows! It’s impolite and inappropriate. • Please don’t allow your child to collect Friday after chatzos! Same goes for erev anything. • Fast days should be considered off limits. People may be sleeping or not feeling well. Please don’t allow your children to disturb them! • Children should not knock on doors bearing two raffle books and a pushka; have them choose just one worthy cause to collect for. • Perhaps the mosdos can choose only one “ambassador” per block? Getting twenty knocks on the door for one institution is very time-consuming, at best… • Teach your children to not approach people on the street to collect. If someone is running to catch a car service, for instance, it can hold them up. • Teach your children to thank the donor. Every time. No matter how small the donation. *Name has been changed for privacy
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There may not have been a polar vortex last February, but I was fortunately surrounded by a whirlwind of my own — I had just given birth to my fourth daughter in a row. The joy was indescribable as our youngest was over three years old, and my three daughters and our only son were giddy with excitement. Additionally, she was born 11 days to Purim, when the entire world was in merriment mode. Even once Purim passed, the snow seemed to be on a merrymaking mission all its own when it pelted Monsey all through Shushan Purim. The next morning, as I pulled up my hood in an attempt to stay warm while waiting for my preschooler’s bus, I noted that the streets were barely plowed. My daughter, seemingly oblivious to the cold, danced around me in the snow, enjoying the wait. I was glad hers was the only bus I had to catch — three of my children had gone to the dentist with my husband that morning, so that meant two less buses. It didn’t take long for my phone to ring. About three minutes into his trip to the dentist, my husband had noticed the roads were impossible to drive through and deduced that no school bus would come anywhere close to my house. He also knew I was in no position to head down to a main road to catch the bus there. I could barely walk straight, so drunk was I with fatigue. There was also no way I could push a stroller all the way down to the main road, and I wasn’t going to hold a newborn in my arms in this weather! So he called and asked me to cross the street and bring my daughter through the shortcut to the next street, where he would be waiting. I checked my newborn in the carriage, locked the door behind me, and crossed the street. Thankfully, I got to the shortcut relatively un-
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scathed, placed my daughter in the warm Honda Odyssey, and began the trek back to my house, all the while thinking of my warm bed and how I would spend as long as possible — that is, until the buses brought my kids home — in it. Feeling wobbly, I focused on placing one foot in front of the other. I must have been a sight because one of my darling neighbors called out to me, “Mazel tov! You look like you could use lunch! I’ll order lunch for you one day next week, okay?” I thanked her and told her that she could order the Brooklyn Bridge. All I needed was a bed and I was headed there. Just a few hours later, the bell rang. I had slept enough to feel somewhat human as I got downstairs and graciously accepted the Hava Java bag full of warm fare from the delivery guy at my door. Before I sat down to eat, I dialed my neighbor’s number to thank her. After the initial niceties, she told me that she really was planning to order the lunch next week, but seeing how haggard I looked, she’d figured a good meal would give me strength. Then she continued, “You don’t know the rest of the story! I got a call a bit earlier that your lunch had arrived to someone with a similar address to yours. “The woman knew who I was and she called me. Here’s what she told me: ‘I was in middle of davening when a young man with a Hava Java bag showed up at my door. My baby had just undergone very complicated surgery, and I had spent the entire week going to and from the hospital. Somehow, seeing that bag, I figured my brothers were thinking about me and wanted to cheer me up. I motioned to the young man to leave it at the door and finished davening. Afterward, when I set the bag on the table and read the card, I felt awful.
This meal had totally not been intended for me.’ “Then,” my neighbor continued, “the woman told me that given her state of exhaustion and the weather conditions, she regretted that there was no way she could get this bag to the intended recipient.” My neighbor had then called Hava Java and told the customer service respresentative that the bag had mistakenly been delivered to the wrong address. After looking into the matter, he called my neighbor right back and told her to tell the woman who received the lunch to enjoy it. “We’ll prepare a new package, because we want the intended recipient to enjoy a fresh, piping hot meal,” he said. “Sure enough,” my neighbor continued, “I called the woman back, told her to enjoy every bite, and now you have your lunch as well!” Never mind the five-star service Hava Java provides (and I’m not getting commission, I promise!), but even though this woman’s address is similar to ours, this family had never before, or after, this cold, wintry day received any mail, deliveries or packages intended for our family. In complete awe of the chain of events, I called the woman and told her that I had heard about the lunch saga and about the difficulty they were experiencing with their child. “Hashem sent you lunch today,” I told her. “My neighbor had not been planning to send me lunch until next week, but He Who rules all of our plans made her order it today, when He knew you needed a free lunch most.” Naturally, I think a lot about that day in February, and I doubt that any polar vortex can diminish the warmth and love I felt from On High after this experience. And to all the cynics out there, I now know there is such a thing as a free lunch — at least sometimes.
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Speaking About Sad Topics mitzvah.14 Also, if he didn’t have a chance to go during the One should refrain from speaking about things that week because he was busy and he knows his friend will be make him or others sad.1 Therefore, one should refrain happy to see him on Shabbos, he can go on Shabbos.15 But from informing a person on Shabbos of someone’s death or even in these cases, one who is sensitive and will come to that his family member is sick or in tzaar on Shabbos.2 One cry or be sad shouldn’t go on Shabbos.16 should also refrain from reading things that will make When one visits the sick on Shabbos, he should not say him sad, because Shabbos is a time when one should have the regular bakashos for him to get better; rather, he should oneg — and all the more so, one shouldn’t make himself feel say, “Shabbos hi milizok, u’refuah krovah lavo — On Shabbos one sad.3 In fact, the Midrash says that we don’t daven the full Shemoneh Esrei on Shabbos 1 12 Magen Avraham beginning of siman 307 See Shabbos 12a–12b; See Rashi, who because when one will get to the bracha of Requoting Sefer Chasidim 110. Taz 307:14. says that it is because he will become sad; faeinu, he might remember someone sick and Shulchan Aruch HaRav 307:5. Mishnah see Rif, who says because he will come feel sad on Shabbos.4 Berurah 307:3. Kaf Hachaim 307:7. to scream out. See Magen Avraham 287:1 Crying on Shabbos One should not cry on Shabbos.5 However, if it is crying that comes out of joy6 or out of one’s feeling of closeness to Hashem, as some do when davening with a lot of kavanah, then it is mutar, as it says in the Zohar that Rabi Akiva used to cry when reading Shir Hashirim on Shabbos.7 Some even allow one to cry out of sadness if he gets oneg out of the fact that the crying helps the pain go away.8 This is especially true in a case where crying for a little bit will make him feel better because this is preferred over feeling internally sad throughout Shabbos.9 Bikur Cholim and Nichum Aveilim Even though it is assur to talk about sad things on Shabbos, it is mutar to visit the sick and visit aveilim on Shabbos10 because of the importance of the mitzvah of gemilas chasadim.11 But Shabbos is not the ideal time for this, as the Gemara says that it was with difficulty that they allowed nichum aveilim and bikur cholim on Shabbos.12 Therefore, one shouldn’t specifically leave those activities for Shabbos.13 However, if one has already gone during the week, he may go again on Shabbos since he didn’t leave it specifically for Shabbos, and every time one goes one fulfills a
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Kaf HaChaim 287:5
3 See Shlah Hakadosh, Maseches Shabbos, Ner Mitzvah 49.
Midrash Tanchuma, Vayera siman 1; Ruach Chaim 287:1.
See Chavos Yair that says one should also not let out a sad sigh (see Brachos 58b). 5
See Toras Shabbos 288:4.
See Taz 288:2. See Mishnah Berurah 288:4 and Kaf HaChaim 288:9, who bring him down and also bring the opinions that argue. 7
See Rema 288:2. See Tosefes Shabbos 3, where he brings proof from Rabbi Akiva in other places where he cried and said it was oneg for him even though it was over sad things. See Kaf Hachaim 288:9 and Mishnah Berurah 288:4, where they brings the Taz who assurs but then bring other poskim who matir.
See Mateh Yehudah 3 and Elyah Rabbah 3. See Kaf HaChaim 288:9 for a summary of the different opinions. See Kaf HaChaim 288:9 and Mishnah Berurah 288:4, where they brings the Taz who assurs but then bring other poskim who matir. 9
Shulchan Aruch 287:1.
who says because he will come to scream out for him; see Shevet Yehudah (Yoreh Deah 335:6), who explains it will be a problem of asking for one’s needs on Shabbos which is assur to do. See Mishnah Berurah 287:1 and Kaf HaChaim 287:1.
Biur Halachah 287:1 “v’chen yecholin.”
See Shaarei Teshuvah siman 287, Biur Halacha 287:1 “v’chen yecholin,” Kaf Hachaim 287:6.
Shaarei Teshuva, siman 287.
Shulchan Aruch 287:1.
See Drashos Chasam Sofer vol. 1, drush l’Shabbos Shuva, p. 25, who says even though many things are mutar to do on Shabbos for a choleh she’ein bo sakanah, nevertheless, davening is not mutar because Shabbos fills the place of tefillah and will bring the refuah.
Shulchan Aruch 288:10 and 576:13
See Igros Moshe, Orach Chaim vol. 1 siman 105.
Machatzis Hashekel siman 287 explaining the Drisha. See Mishnah Berurah 287:3 and Kaf HaChaim 287:4.
22 See Mishnah Berurah 287:3 and Kaf HaChaim 287:4.
See Kaf HaChaim 287:4.
should not cry out, and the refuah is coming soon.”17 Meaning even though we are not allowed to daven for refuah on Shabbos, it does not delay the refuah in any way, and it will come soon.18 It is important to point out that it is mutar to daven even on Shabbos for someone who is in such critical condition that he may be niftar on Shabbos.19 Even in a case of someone who is not in a situation where he may be niftar on Shabbos, but asked the people to pray for him on Shabbos, it is mutar to daven for him, because it may worsen his condition knowing that they didn’t daven.20 When visiting aveilim on Shabbos, some poskim say that one may recite the regular “hamakom yenachem.” These poskim explain that this is not similar to visiting an ill person because while one who sees an ill person might cry out to Hashem to heal him, and therefore would require a change from the lashon generally used, one who is visiting an avel would not come to cry out because there is no way to bring the deceased back.21 However, others hold that similar to when visiting a sick person, here, too, one must say, “Shabbos hi milenachem v’nechamah krovah lavo — On Shabbos one should not comfort, and the comfort is coming soon.”22 When visiting aveilim some have a minhag not to say any of the things mentioned. Rather they just visit, say gut Shabbos and leave.23 The purpose of this column is to bring awareness to matters of halacha. As with any halacharelated questions, consult your rav for a psak.
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The Very First Gas Stations
The Pennies and the Profits
Nowadays, a needle hovering near the E on the gas gauge means the car will soon be on its way to a gas station. But drivers of the very first motorcars did differently when in need of fuel — they went to the drugstore! The reason behind this choice of shop was the location of the very first filling station, which serviced the driver of the very first road trip.
The world has changed a lot since the first drive-in filling station, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, opened to the public at the end of 1913. While gas sold on opening day only put drivers back 27 cents per gallon, today’s gas stations claim that the profits they earn from gas amounts to pennies as well, after taxes and operating costs. So where do their earnings come from? According to the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS), about 60 percent of a gas station’s profits comes from the sale of snacks, sunglasses, medicine — and lottery tickets! — found in convenience stores worldwide.
German Karl Benz, who built the first motor wagon in 1885 and is credited as the inventor of the modern car, had a very devoted wife. Keen to promote use of her husband’s invention, Mrs. Benz undertook a 121-mile trip in the company of her two teenage sons. As the tale goes, she did this without her husband’s knowledge and managed to drive the car — as well as serve as its mechanic — all the way to her destination. And when a refuel was in order? She made a stop at the city pharmacy in Wiesloch, Germany, to refill the tank. As the popularity of the Benz motor wagon grew, more and more pharmacies began to service their engines as a side business. Over the next few years, drivers also bought fuel at general stores, hardware stores, and even at blacksmith shops. Eventually, as automobiles became more and more popular, the demand for fuel grew, and in 1905, the first gas station was built in St. Louis, Missouri.
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A Gallon… or Not? Who says the 10 gallons showing up on the gas pump screen actually measure 10 gallons? Maybe the gas station has its pumps wired to show full gallons when in fact only two-thirds of that amount is streaming into your car’s tank? That’s where the Bureau of Weights and Measures comes in. The Weights and Measures officials make their rounds, inspecting the gas pumps under their jurisdiction to ensure accuracy.
Dirty With Distinction In 2011, Kimberly-Clark performed a study where they tested hundreds of surfaces, from ATM keys to elevator buttons, to determine which surface is dirtiest of all. The surface with the dubious distinction of scoring highest on the list? Gas pump buttons. Next time you refuel, wash up!
The Biggest and the Best Buc-ee’s, a gas station and convenience chain popular in several southern states, is known for doing everything on a grand scale. Their convenience stores are usually as large as supermarkets or discount department stores, and the sheer amount of products they stock is as unlimited as the space they’re in. The convenience store at their location in New Braunfels, Texas, for instance, covers 67,000 square feet and boasts 31 cash registers, 250 employees… and 60 gas pumps! Incidentally, this location is famous for another reason — it was once voted the cleanest gas station in America, which is always a good thing...
More Gas Stations of Note Besides for being extraordinarily... yellow, this gas station’s convenience store is actually in the shape of a shell! Located in Winston-Salem, NC, this is — pretty obviously — a Shell gas station, and the last of the eight original gas stations by this brand.
This gas station, located in Spain, is said to look like birds taking flight, though its architects say it reflects the shape of the rolling hills visible alongside the major highway nearby.
The architects who designed this gas station were attempting to create a roadside attraction at the same time — and they seemed to have succeeded! This cheerful gas station in Oklahoma is a popular destination among tired travelers who are looking for break from the road.
This famous U.S. gas station, located in Los Angeles, is know for its “green” certification. The building was constructed from recycled stainless steel, has recycling facilities onsite, and boasts 90 solar panels.
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DOUBLE OVEN GE BUILT-IN, Stainless . call 845-596-7727
FLORSHEIM MENS SHOE new black lace shoe size 9 $45 please call 425-1937
AIR CONDITION 18000 BTU, for $250. Call 845.729.8216
BUGABOO BEE 5 $550- Great condition 845825-4378
GE DISHWASHER stainless needs to be kashered please call 845596-7727
INGLASINA QUAD & INGLASINA TRILOGY WITH BASSINET CARRIAGE, new. 845-746-6012
WHITE OVEN amana 30”, almost new ,pesachdig,354-5850
ARA BOOTS new, size 7.5. $150. 845-4262131.
WHIRPOOL washer and dryer, hardly used please call 8452485235
BUSINESS FOR SALE Home based clothing store. Please call 845.356.7167
MASTER B/R SET inc. 2 44” beds, dresser with mirror, armoire, night chest! Call 845 659 9876
TOP LOADER washer/ dryer for $600. 917471-0114
MOVING SALE 2 stainless steel ovens, couch, treadmill and seforim shank. Please call 845-304-1610
2 SEFORIM UNITS. sterns. $1000. single unit $500. 7188130014
TOP LOADER washer and dryer. 845-4999052
GREY CRIB w matress and high chair slightly used. call/text 8452486426
NEW DISHWASHER Please call: 718-757-0040
GRAND CARAVAN 2011, mileage153k. $3900 845 538 3833 PORT-A-CRIB In box, Delta White 845-6089300 D/R SET TABLE, PADS & 6 CHAIRS $699 845-642-9891 D/R SET Dark brown, 6 chairs, with matching breakfront $1,000. call/text 733-948-5731.
BOSCH DISHWASHER new condition Stainless steel $150. (not kosher) please call/ text 201.204.6315 SAMSUNG FRIDGE French door and pull out freezer $700. no shabbos mode. 917-471-0114
TENNIS diamond braclet Call or txt 845-537-0896 EARRINGS shabbas/wedding call 845746-6012 DIAMOND EARINGS orig price $1100 selling for $500 obo. (845)499-5717
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GIFT CERTIFICATE of $300.00 to Hisbiscus Floral (R. Wettenstien) for $250 826-2364 BUGABOO CAMELEON @ 399. Buffalo lk brand new w approx $200 acc $749 929 2513777 NEW INGLESINA plaid stroller w footmuff and acc, reclines fully @ 50! 347 254 9825 YOYO BABYZEN $400. Used for one week 3474862881
TWIN CARRIAGE Snap&Go with removable seats and two universal car seat adapters. $150. 845-3766454 BROWN WOOD with off white suede fabric (foot rest only) $30 Call: 845274-7179 BUGABEE STROLLER good condition. well priced. Please call 845-608-3445 PESACH SET malchut, used once, $150 please call 845-356-6215 DOUBLE CARRIAGE Peg Perego Duette, perfect condition, asking $250 obo 845-659-0104 $2,500 GIFT CERTIFICATE best buy kitchens in Monroe for best offer. 845-325-9954 STEAM MACHINE Used Mcculloch for $80. Pls call or text 845-659-3021 ELECTRIC DEEP FRYER Barely used, Fleishig, for $30. Pls call or text 845-659-3021 NUNA CARRIAGE plus Bassinet almost didn’t use. call 845 352 5047 BUGABOO DONKEY tailored fabric set colors available: 1 BLK and 1 PINK Inc. sun canopy & bassinet
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DRUM SET 5 peice , inc. ZBT zildjian cymbols and all hardware $500 call 845-371-2092
STROKKE XPLORY 2016, BLK melange, inc. bassinet, rain & net covers $900. Text only- (845)2637763 BUGABOO LINER Beige, Please call: 352-1316 FOR SALE 54” Formica grey cabinetry. Sturdy, perfect condition. storage or office use. Also NEW Bone China dishes in box. Set of 12. 538-6517 CLEARANCE SALE Approx 800 stunning summer 2018 headbands to clear . Original wholesale price approx $4ooo. Asking for $1500. Catalogue available . Only selling as whole job lot. Call or text 845 422 5430 PRINTERS In box. CANON PIXMA TR8520 and/or CANON IMAGCLASS MF731CDW Color Printer with toner cartridges. 845.558.0600. MOVING SALE 2 ovens, air conditioners, dishwashers, treadmill, desk, chair, typewriter, small fridge, and dryer. call 914.420.8883 LENOX BUTTERFLY with soup plates and dessert plates. please call 8454261249 WINNIE THE POOH costume. 12-18 months. new condition $15 call /text 845662-7158 NEW PEDAL GO-KART Great gift ages 4-8. Call 845304-5160
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 MONSEY CONDO Blauvelt Rd 2,575 sq ft. 3 bdrms, 3half baths, lg D/R & kitchen with ceramic counter-tops & island. Front deck and back porch for sukkah. Room for pesach kitchen, 9ft ceilings, 4 room legal rental apt. Selling by owner. Call after 11am 845 352 8340 or 845 659 6219. 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 LARGE PRIVATE HOUSE In the heart of Monsey available for rent, now till after peasach. option of shorter/longer term as well as for shabbosim. for more info Call: 19292201613 or 18453766084 SHABBOS GETAWAY Looking to go away for Shabbos? Family Getaway in Kingston, NY is the place. Call 845-334-9044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org SHORT TERM RENTAL Very Large Renovated 4 bedroom house for rent, center of Monsey Remsen Ave area, Avail from Mid March. Call/Text 845 459 7731 Email email@example.com
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845.538.5623 MONSEY HOME FOR SALE 6 bedrooms 3 baths bi-level on Treetop Lane. Lovely cul-de-sac centrally located in the heart of Monsey. Walk to shopping, shul. For sale by owner. 845-517-0077; 845598-8727.
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HIGH-RANCH quiet street, close to the main roads. Call;19292301613
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
NORTH COLE renovated house. R-2 Zoning Asking 590k Call 845 665 4466 WESLEY HILLS RENTAL Newly Renovated; 3 bedrm; text (732) 328-9116 5 BDRM 5 bedroom townhouse for rent for yeshivish kollel family or rebbi only. Please call 845-533-2272 NEW HEMPSTEAD 7 BR, 3.5 Bath, Bi-Level Dream Home, $749k owner: 845.883.2092 FOR RENT in pearl river call 274-5663 LE SUITE GUESTHOUSE Luxurious accommodations in the new chassidish area of Lakewood. Booking for Weekday and Shabbos, Simchos and business, retreat and recuperation.
FOR RENT Brand new, 3 bdrm 1.5 bathroom walk-in apartment on Ridge Ave Please call 845425-4095
HOUSE FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 bathroom ranch for rent in the Chestnut Ridge/Scotland Hill area, Please call 917-757-0057 2 BDRM new on West St Call 3473884951 SEEKING 1 BEDROOM for Single male. with full bath. Ready to pay $700 monthly. legal address. Please call (845)352-6641. 6 BDRM legal, large playroom, pesach closet, laundry room on Parkview Dr. two full bath plus half. 9 ft ceiling, 845425-3514 5 BEDROOM Granite kitchen, Play room, pesach kitchen 2.5 bath. Decatur Ave. 426 1722
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2 ROOM first floor, Fully furnished. With porch. dead end in Blauvelt area. Call: 19292301613
furnished, kosher kitchen and conference room. Call 845-634-1463 or Email info@ thesuitecorner.com
2 BDRM on Murray Dr. call 845-3570004
900+ SQ FEET school, playgroup or office etc. $4k monthly rent, call: 845-587-7430
POMONA AREA 2 bdrms; New kitchen text prefered 917 830 6341
WAREHOUSE/ STORAGE Over 500 square feet avail for rent. 845 538 3833
YERUSHALAYIM Remat Eshkol 2 bedroom apartment for rent from march 20 to April 30 please email abrahamsondevorah@ gmail.com or call 845.352.8340
BASEMENT unfinished 1000 s.f. 8 1/2 ft. ceiling On Buttrrman Pl. 646-596-4838
PESACH RENTAL in the heart of Monsey. Fully stocked with linens and towels... Call Mrs. Klein 845274-5450 LOOKING FOR legal 1-2 bedroom apartment in the Herrick/Decatur area. Please contact 844-504-8400 #9510. RENT AT DISCOUNT For Kollel Couple or small Kollel family wanting to live in Wesley Hill/Pomona area: Text (845) 377-3687 OFFICE RENTAL Office Space For Rent Near Monsey. Newly renovated,
SCHOOL BUILDING FOR DAY CAMP School building available for boyâ€™s day camp this summer. Beautiful grounds. Please call 845.352.8470 ext 102.
HELP WANTED 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 MANHATTEN OFFICE Heimish office in Midtown Manhattan seeking to hire yiddish speaking girls, GREAT PAY! please call/text 347-946-5526
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COM HAB WORKER to teach parsha and yom tov to two five year olds . flexible hours. please call 845-2634667 JOB OPPORTUNITY Growing nursing home management company in Suffern, NY is seeking Accounts Receivable representative. Candidate must be detail oriented, organized and have basic knowledge of Microsoft Suite. Full benefits and competitive salary. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. ENTRY LEVEL office position available. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and basic computer knowledge. Female only. Email resume to email@example.com YRSRH seeking executive assistant in the school office. Applicant must be computer literate. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. IMMEDIATE OPENING
Looking for full day first grade assistant. Bnos Leah Prospect Park of Monsey 845-378-1212 INSURANCE OFFICE looking for a full time secretary. Experience
preferred. Please email resume to generalinquiry5@ gmail.com P/T SECRETARY Knowledge of Excel/ Word . Hours:~9:30-2:30. Send resume with salary requirements: ambit@ ambitelectronics.com fax: 845-425-5625 F/T BOOKKEEPER female, must have knowledge in Q/B & very responsible. Email resume: email@example.com or fax 845-445-6410 GREAT OPPORTUNITY Amazing opportunity for an energetic, hardworking female to join our eCommerce Customer Support team! Phone calls and answering emails. Basic computer skills needed. F/T. Great pay! Graduates welcome! davidg@ miomarino.com PROJECT MANAGER Amazing opportunity for a hardworking detailed oriented individual to join our eCommerce team. Tech savvy and some eCommerce experiences a must. F/T. Well paid. please email resume @ firstname.lastname@example.org JOB OPPORTUNITY Entry level office position available, MUST HAVE
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excellent written and verbal communication skills and basic computer knowledge. Female only. Email resume to email@example.com EXEXCUTIVE ASSISTANT Heimishe office in Suffern is looking for a P/T Executive Assistant. Quickbooks knowledge required. Flexible hours. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org FULL TIME Bookkeeper/Secretary Wanted: Office in Spring Valley is seeking to hire a fulltime bookkeeper/secretary with proper English writing and verbal communication skills. Applicant must be detailed oriented, organized, responsible and have prior knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel and QuickBooks. Willing to train. Email to: ehalpert@expresselectricinc. com or fax to: 845-517-2775
9:00 – 12:15 in a warm yeshiva atmosphere. Please call 845558-6699 BOOKKEEPING POSITION Busy monsey office is hiring! Hours are 9:303:30. Individual will be responsible for a/p, a/r, purchasing, payroll, and bookkeeping. Individual must be organized, computer savvy, and be detail oriented. Pls send resumes to mark@ consumerslighting.com מאנהעטען אפיס היימישע אפיס אין מידטאון מאנהעטען זוכט אויפצונעמען מיידלעך\פרויען גאר גוט 347- באצאלט רופט\טעקסט 946-5526 ASSISTANT WAREHOUSE manager in Spring Valley Some computer knowledge a plus, ability to multitask potential for growth. Please call (347) 709-8528
PUBLIC ADJUSTER Looking to hire sales people to train as NJ Public Adjusters. No experience necessary, flexible hours. Call 973-951-1534.
P/T SECRETARIAL POSITION Basic computer knowledge nec. Afternoon hours, three times weekly. Must work Sunday. Fax your resume to 845.678.3378
SEEKING KINDERGARTEN MORAH Yeshiva seeking a dedicated, devoted and creative Kindergarten Morah to teach Tierre kinderlach for Sept. 2019 M-Th 9:00 – 3:00 and Fri
NEW YORK LIFE Expanding Our Monsey Sales Team, Full Training and Support Provided 845639-5216 email: dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com
Hamaspik of Rockland County is seeking a female part time Service Coordinator. Must be detail-oriented and have a desire to enhance the lives of others. Minimum of a Bachelorâ€™s degree required. Excellent work environment! Please send resume to email@example.com.
Nursing Home Administrator New opportunity available for an experienced Nursing Home Administrator to oversee the day to day operations of a 320 bed skilled nursing facility with an in house dyalisis unit, located in North New York City close to Rockland County and Westchester. Great position for a Monsey resident. Min 5 years exp with health care mgmt or related field, must be currently licensed as a nursing home administrator . Ability to communicate effectively with residents, families, doctors and management, visually conflict resolution, ability to promote and market the facility. Proven leadership and management skills. Competitive salary and benefit package. please send your resume with salary req. to firstname.lastname@example.org March 6, 2019 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 221 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
Classifieds ENTRY-LEVEL positions with great pay, benefits and career growth! Send resume to hr@ arkmortgage.com TZEDAKAH ORG has short term positions for men. Excellent communication skills required. 845-426-3130.
MonseyYeshivaJob@gmail. com REBBE POSITION warm, dedicated and creative Rebbi to teach First Grade Kinderlach I”YH next Sept. Please call 845.352.8470 ext 102.
NON-PROFIT org seeks full-time packer/ shipper for processing / packing orders for short term. Please call 845-4263160.
BOY’S ENGLISH TEACHER Local Heimish boys Mossed looking to hire a qualified English teacher for the elementary division. Please email your resume to email@example.com or fax to 845-208-0440.
HATZLACHA SUPERMARKET זוכט א פרוי אדער מיידל צו Phone Orders צאמשטעלן און845-459-4690 רופט לאזט א מעסעדש מיט אייער .אינפארמאציע
MONSEY BOYS SCHOOL male ELA teacher for the remaining school year. Monday through Thursday 3:25-5:15. Email resume to monseychederjob@gmail. com.
CHILDREN’S OUTLET FT or PT Saleslady, Great pay, afternoons (till 6:30 - 7) required. Call 845.323.6933
CHASIDISHE GIRLS SCHOOL seeking English High School principle and Curriculum Adviser. please send resume to (845)-694-6017
DAY CAMP COUNSELOR: seeking capable high school girl to fill the playgroup counselor position (July & August), in Ferndale. Call 845.356.2101 PLAY GROUP SUB Please call 845-426-4608 MONSEY YESHIVAH Seeks capable f/t secretary with strong writing and computer skills. Please send resume to
LOCAL GIRLS’ SCHOOL subs for Elementary and Junior High Departments. Good pay. For English dept. please call: 845-352-5000 ext 1124 For Yiddish dept. please email: bkester@bethrochel. org ABA Hamaspik of Rockland ABA department is looking to hire a Para Professional for early mornings and late afternoons. Training Provided. Great Pay! Please
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20 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE already approved for a mosad to build! (yeshiva with dorm, large shul, plus town houses). There is nothing like it in Monsey! 7.9 milion, negotiable, serious inquries call 845-422-5314 email your resume to: Rsteif@hamaspikrockland. org, Fax:845-503-1239, Phone:845-503-0239 COM HAB STAFF female, for adorable five year old from 4-6 and sundays from 11-1. please call 845-2634667. SEEKING BABYSITTER In house for For twins Lady/ girl call 347-243-0700 L’SHEM MITZVA Girl to help mother of young children after school to play with children. Phylis Ter area.659-9188 222-1305 BABYSITTER in my home from 2:50 till about 7-8 PM for a couple weeks. Pls call 1845-499-9923 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 ASSISTANTS Interviews for assistants for the year 2019-2020 beginning now. Come join the wonderful working
environment in our school plus the extra benefit of learning professional teaching techniques from top teachers. Please send resume. Email: resumes@ baisyaakovelementary.org Fax: 845-205-4333 LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER local drivers for chessed. Please call 845-352-1016 SEEKING General Studies teachers for the 2019-20 school year in a Bais Yaakov Elementary girls school. Excellent opportunity for the right individual. Please send resume: Fax: 845205-4333 Email: resumes@ baisyaakovelementary.org BAL KORAH Grove and Saddle River area. Can also be a Bocher. 845376-6936 IT POSITION Looking to hire level 1 IT technician. with Prior work experience, great communication and fluent in English a must. Great opportunity for the right person, Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamaspik HomeCare is expanding and seeking: senior FinanCe CoordinaTor • • • • • • • •
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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.
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Classifieds WALLPAPER SHOWROOM seeking sales associate. Candidate should have an aptitude for design, excellent people skills and written communication. Marketing and social media knowledge desired. Hours Mon-Thurs. 11am-3pm. Please email resume to info@wallureny. com
BABYSITTING NEW PLAYGROUP Run by loving and experienced morah. Ages: 18-22 months. In the Blauvelt area. Hours: 9:45-2:30. Text or call Chana 845-825-7059 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. After school hours available. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 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 BABYSITTER Babysitter in bates area (845) 826 2185
SERVICES ORCHESTRA 5 piece orchestra for any occasion. Super affordable. Yossi Forkosh. (347) 385-1295 FRUM LADY DRIVER Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Scheduling routes and all transportation & delivery needs. Excellent customer service! Please call/text 917750-4105.
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 SAY CHEESE PHOTOGRAPHY To book your indoor studio session with a professional photographer please call 845-422-1860 PRE - PURIM SPECIAL RATES! MORAH MALKA’S ANIMAL THERAPY In your home or school Animal Care Certification Ages 7-14 Preschool Programfun and interactive for ages 2-6 Bunnies, Birds, Reptiles, Farm Animals and more. Certified and Insured. 845642-9066
Do you have a desire to enhance the lives of children? We are seeking a Part Time Classroom Teacher. Warm and loving environment. Yiddish speaking preferred. Applicant must possess a Master’s Degree for teaching Students with Disabilities (Birth – Grade 2). Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281
GOODBYE CLUTTER Call today for your free consultation! Let me help you declutter and create you dream space. Mushky: 845521-9059 letitbeneat.com
DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org
TRI STATE SHADES Custom shades at affordable prices. Shop in the comfort of your home. Call now to get your shades on time for Pesach. Monsey: T. Diamant 845-213-5481, Brooklyn D. Friedman 929-420-1398, Lakewood E. Friedman 929289-8519
REGISTERED DEITITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN | In person and online consultations | Insurance accepted | 347 480 1670 | rd@ miriamshurpin.com | www. miriamshurpin.com
ALTERATIONS Professional alterations, fast service, in the Blueberry Hill area. 929.287.2135 BALLOON IT Helium Balloons. Large Selection For All Occasions.
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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
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Blk/beige, adult sz 6/8 gown. Call or text 347-385-5263 B/w teen gown sz 10/12 for rent/sale. Pls call 347-3855263 Size 4/6 Black & Gold cocktail length gown to sell or rent please call 425-3537 Black & Gold party dress for sale – good price - Size 2-4 Call 845-274-7179 blue Maternity gown Size L (10-12) Call 845-445-5162 or email Raizyfm@gmail.com D. Deutch black & white chasunah/tenoyim dress Size 8-10 for sale. 929-287-2135 Black & white dress from Euro Design worn once. Rent $175 sale $450. Size 14. 352-5056. Size 0-2 silver/Black Gown for sale 8454997363 WHITE & BLACK GOWN SIZE 14 354-1934
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size 2 childrens gown for sale , worn once. Includes matching shoes and hair accessories . Please call 8456599876 black & cream ladies or teen gown size 8-10 for rent- $250. call 356-6544 off white chasunah/tenoim dress, size 4/6 for sale: $100 call 845-356-6215 Size 10/12 peach gown Tosca ( by Henry) 1416-876-0204 black and white maternity dress for rent, size small. For more info call 845.376.3412. pink/mauve, dress size 2-4 175.00$ call (845)352-5916 Black and white dress/gown size 6-8 for rent. For more info call: 845- 274-7441 Green and Black size 10-12 Cocktail length for rent, Please call: 845-587-0204 Mauve & black gown sz 2-4 Call or text 587-5873 St John black and white dress for sale. Call/text 845-2486426 Kallah gown for sale size 0-2. Call for details,426-7810
4-6 chasunah skirt and blouse, black and silver/grey for rent. Call/text 718-8875015 2 Navy Gowns for teens size 0 & 2 please call 845-213-0798 light blue tulle kids gowsn sizes 3, 6,7,8,10,12. for sale/ rent 718-781-9283 girls lace wedding gowns size 2 3 6 10. Please call 587 2438 Black maternity gown for rent, size small. 845-425-5321 Black maternity gown (cocktail length) Size large. 845-263-2170 Black maternity gown for rent. Size small. Please call: 845-578-1720
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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 GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588. Leave message. (Minimal fee). BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. OT WATER URNS H Please call 845-425-9211 FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). Please call 845425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.
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// gemachim WHITE KALLLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 טייערע כלה נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט , שיעורים, הדרכה,השקפה וואכן פאר4 רעזעווירט.תפילות 245-352-2560 די חתונה WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive please call 845 425 7214 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
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BECHER GEMACH (not zmiros) please call 845642-0910 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 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers | mikes | mixers | cables | for your simchas and party’s | 917-382-8809 CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456 MATERNITY COATS very limited supply, 1st come 1st serve. TEXT ONLY 8455212912. SUITCASE GEMACH please call 845-371-9121 MATERNITY COATS 100% down TEXT ONLY 8455212912
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Please call: 917-225-4920 3 book cases glass doors on top wooden doors on bottom 2 units 845 3528135 Kenmore stove in good working condition. 8452139960 Set machzorim slipcased, new condition with matching siddur and tehillim. Sefard nussach. Perfect for a kallah. 845-598-2894 2 clothes cabinet units from Eretz Yisroel. Call 845-3713141 Mishpacha ami and binah. 8454255683 Small size shas, Chumashim And more 425-3069 4 door bookcase. 425-7461 Dishwasher, stove and chandelier . 347-385-8215. spelt bread crumbs call 845426124
LOST diamond bracelet Shabbos, Feb 2 8453561016 SD card a few months ago 8453765623 white shawl Friday Feb. 8 Maple&Phyllis or on Monsey Trails bus, 1pm. 347-5253438. a thin gold chain necklace with some diamonds about 2 weeks ago. 517-4357.
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sock shoppe bag in shoppers haven 9177504105
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on 2/24 Diamond hanging earring & Diamond pendant necklace. please call 845422-5783 diamond white gold pendant necklance on Feb 3 845.422.2671 winter grey hat with pompom 845 422 5919 sd card at viznitz H.S. play 3561621 blue baby blanket with feathers by Rockland kosher 845 918 1175 or 718290 7304 grey hat with pink, white and grey pompom. 845 422 5919 Lowes gift card. plz call 845659-3883 black bag on Monsey Blvd, Jan 28, with siddur, tehillim, knives and more. 1845-3765054 red Canon camera in American Latina taxi. Call 8454263206
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CHAI LIFELINE ENLISTS ARMY OF SUPPORTERS TO FIGHT CHILDHOOD ILLNESS MARCH 12-14 Crowdfunding Campaign Will Provide Critical Services to More Families Than Ever Before New York, NY, March 8, 2019—Chai Lifeline, the international children’s health support network, will launch a 48hour “Join the Fight” campaign March 12 at noon EST. In the last year, Chai Lifeline provided critical support to more children with life-threatening and lifelong illnesses than ever before—a 15% year-over-year increase. This campaign will help Chai Lifeline meet the rapidly-growing need for its essential services in the community. “Our goal is to raise at least $2 million, but more importantly, we want to enlist an ‘army of 18,000 supporters’ from across the globe to help in this effort,” said Rabbi Simcha Scholar, CEO of Chai Lifeline. “For more than 30 years, Chai Lifeline has always been there for the most vulnerable children and families in our community. Now, we’re asking the community to join us in the fight against childhood illness and help ensure that we can continue providing the
programs and services our families rely on.” Those Chai Lifeline programs and services include one-on-one family counseling; nourishing meals delivered to hospitals and homes; transportation to medical appointments; the summer experience of a lifetime for children with cancer and chronic illnesses at Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special medically-supervised overnight camps; Project Chai crisis intervention, trauma and bereavement workshops for families, schools and communities; insurance advocacy; family retreats and respite; sibling mentoring and tutoring through i-Shine afterschool national programs, and so much more. Contributions to the campaign are all tax-deductible and will have an even greater impact as all donations will be matched. To donate to the campaign, please visit www.enlistforchai. org or call 732-943-1900. March 6, 2019 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 233 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
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With each passing day, we become another day older. And while we may not notice small changes, suddenly, we realize that our health and chronological age have caught up with each other. One of the most common conditions associated with aging, although not necessarily with ‘old’ age, is osteoarthritis, a condition in which joints break down from wear and tear. Do we have to accept that as inevitable? Absolutely not! Understanding how our joints work, and how exercise and nutrition affect their overall health, can go a long way in preserving mobility and movement well into the golden years. Bones and Joints Bones serve many purposes in the body. Besides for holding up the human shape, bones protect internal organs and allow for movement and activity. Without the skeleton, a person would exist as a shapeless mass of blood vessels, muscles and sinews. Thankfully, though, the skeletal system consists of many bones which create the human form we are familiar with. Moreover, each bone, while interconnected at joint junctions, is its own unit with its unique purpose. It’s the joints, the meeting place between bones, that allow a person to move about. There are several types of joints in the body. Immovable joints, such as are found in the skull, are connected with fibrous tissue. Cartilaginous joints move just a bit. They are linked by cartilage, made of collagen and elastin fibers, which allow for flexibility. The spinal vertebrae are examples of cartilaginous joints. Synovial joints, the third type, move in many directions. These joints are filled with synovial fluid. The joints we are most familiar with, such as the elbows, knees, wrists, and ankles, are synovial joints. An Aging System Like any machine with moving parts, the joints need to be kept well-lubricated to continue to function well. During the childhood and teenage years, the body does not undergo as much stress and the bodily repair system is adequate. As a person ages and the joints sustain more weight and use, it becomes ever more important to exercise each part of the body. Furthermore, nutrition, or lack thereof, becomes ever more impactful. Excessive wear and damage to joints often results in osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is commonly referred to simply as ‘arthritis’. The knees are most often the joints affected by osteoarthritis. This is understandable since the knees absorb most of the impact and force from the body’s movements. As such, it is the first to wear out. Next most-affected are the hips,
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followed by other joints in the body. When cartilage and synovial fluids break down, the joint’s movements become less agile and more painful. Osteoarthritis also comes along with swelling and inflammation of the joints, which further exacerbate the pain. Success of SynerG SynerG is a simple and powerful formula made from vegansourced Glucosamine Sulfate and other ingredients which are clinically proven to be effective for joint wellness, have antiinflammatory properties, and provide relief of pain associated with osteoarthritis. SynerG addresses the nutritional aspect of joint maintenance. Glucosamine is naturally occurring chemical in the fluids surrounding joints and is also used to produce other chemicals to build tendons, ligaments and cartilage. Most glucosamine supplements are derived from animals. The Greengrown® Glucosamine Sulfate Potassium Salt in SynerG is derived from nonGMO corn. Taking glucosamine long term can help with pain management as well as slow the progression of arthritis. OptiMSM®, the purest form of MSM, is a source of biologic sulfur important for the health of joints and cartilage. It is an important ingredient in maintaining and improving joint function and mobility. MSM is also an anti-inflammatory and can reduce pain and swelling. Calcium, the mainstay of bone and joint health, is an important ingredient in SynerG. FruiteX-BTM is identical to the calcium found in natural sources like legumes and certain fruits and vegetables. In clinical studies, FruiteX-BTM has shown to rapidly reduce pain and support bone and joint health over time. ParActin® is a plant extract which supports a healthier response to tissue damage and helps the natural repair systems in the body. ParActin also lessens inter-cellular signals of pain and breakdown. It is the unique formulation and combinations, targeting the root causes and painful outcomes of osteoarthritis, that make SynerG successful among sufferers. SynerG is optimized to deliver the most well-substantiated active compounds for quick and lasting results. Optimal joint health is critical to maintaining an active life; being active has a positive impact on almost every aspect of mental and physical health. Taking SynerG regularly can reduce painful discomfort while increasing motion and mobility, thereby allowing for vitality, zest and energy. SynerG can activate the ‘young’ in those who are truly ‘young at heart’.
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