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(Re: Excursions, Pocono Mountains, Issue 210) I would like to clarify that Camelback Mountain Adventures has two ziplines. To access the longer (4,000-foot) zipline, one needs to pass through the water park (as you mentioned), and it is thus not appropriate for the heimishe crowd during the summer season. The smaller (1,000-foot) zipline is in a completely different section. I would also like to add another great place to visit in the Poconos. Moyer Aviation Tours offers private airplane flights above the Pocono Mountains, providing gorgeous views at a fairly low price. Reservations are required, so call before you go. Their address is 188 Airport Drive, Tobyhanna, PA 18466. Phone: 570-839-7161. Approximate travel time: 15 minutes from Pocono Pines, 25 minutes from Stroudsburg. Price: starting at $30 per person for a 10–15 minute ride (other options also available). H.S.
RE: ABOLISH THE TIPS (Inbox, Issue 209) I am writing in response to the parent who suggested abolishing tips for counselors and sending a homemade treat instead. Baruch Hashem, I am a parent of three children who attend day camp. While camp tuition amounts to a hefty sum (on top of mandato-
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Total Cholest � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 179
LDL Cholest � � � � � � � � � � � 220 H
LDL Cholest � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 96
HDL Cholest � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 23 L
HDL Cholest � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 67
VLDL Cholest� � � � � � � � � � � � 58 H
VLDL Cholest� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 14
Triglycerides � � � � � � � � � � 371 H
Triglycerides � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 94
Lipoprotein(a) � � � � � � � � 176 H
Lipoprotein (a) � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 23
HB A1C � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 7.9 H
HB A1C � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 5.5
C-Reactive Protein � � � 8.9 H
C-Reactive Protein � � � � � � � � 0.6
Glucose� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 203 H
Glucose� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 82
Homocysteine � � � � 17.1 H
Homocysteine � � � � � � � � � � � � � 5.2
Insulin � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 41.9 H
Insulin � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 16.0
Coronary Calcium � 322 H
Coronary Calcium � � � � � � � � � � � � � 9
Fructosamine� � � � � � � 362 H
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RE: STOP THE HIKING (Inbox, Issue 209) After reading last week’s letter in regard to hiking, I’d like to weigh in on the matter. Hiking is a safe and enjoyable way to enjoy Hashem’s creation. Over the years I was lucky to see sunrises over mountains, a sunset over the Grand Canyon and breathtaking waterfalls that were only accessible by hiking. Just like you would not let a beginner swimmer swim alone in a pool, an inexperienced biker bike a treacherous mountain bike trail alone, or a novice boater sail through a storm, here, too, it’s imperative that a hiker know what they’re doing and how they’re doing it.
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A PLACE IN OUR MOSOD In the chinuch world today, developing neshamos — each one chashuv me’od in each one’s unique pathway in Torah, avodah and chesed — sometimes get overlooked. Surely, teaching children that present as readyto-learn is pleasurable. Let’s not forget, though, that Dovid Hamelech retrieved the sheep that went astray. He had to go after them to find where they were. Similarly, Yaakov Avinu built Klal Yisroel from the lame and spotted sheep that were given to him. Recovering those children who seem to be misfits or lost is included in our tafkid. These children’s personal development or family situation may be obstructing their aptitude for learning. These children usually make us feel uncomfortable (because the children themselves feel uncomfortable), but our tafkid is mediating each child’s obstruction to learning. It is our duty to redeem these neshamos for Torah, and not toss them aside, saying “not in our mosod.” Dovid Moishe Lichtman Psychotherapist for Children, Adolescents and Young Adults
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Regarding not trusting in we are prevented from carrying Parshas Va’eschanan opens with Moshe Rabbeinu begging oneself, it says in Pirkei Avos, it out). It says in Pirkei Avos (2:16), Hashem to please allow him to “Do not believe in yourself until “It is not incumbent upon you to enter Eretz Yisroel. Moshe cries, the day of your death” (Avos 2:5). finish the task, but neither are “Let me cross over, I pray to You, Rashi adds that a person should you free to absolve yourself from and see the good land (eretz hato- not believe in himself until the it.” We must choose to do what is vah)…” (Devarim 3:25). Moshe day of his death, for Yochanan right, and we must act upon that was not only davening that he be the Kohen Gadol, who served as choice, but it is up to Hashem to permitted to enter Eretz Yisroel, the Kohen Gadol for 80 years, complete it. If Moshe Rabbeinu knew he but that he only be able to see the ultimately became an apikorus. Moshe Rabbeinu knew that his needed to daven to Hashem for good in the land (Ohel Torah). It seems hard to believe that own death was near, but even so, continued siyata d’Shmaya in his Moshe Rabbeinu, of all people, he did not trust in himself de- avodas Hashem, then certainly we, would be concerned about hav- spite his lifetime of being a tzad- who are not on Moshe Rabbeinu’s ing an ayin tovah on Eretz Yisroel. dik. If Moshe Rabbeinu did not madreigah, should daven to HashAfter all, not only was Moshe become complacent and trust in em for success in our avodas Hashem. Likewise, Kalev davened Rabbeinu a great tzaddik, but at Me’aras Hamachpelah to Moshe witnessed with his We can accomplish be saved from the conspiracy own eyes the devastating consequences of not having an nothing in this world, no of his fellow meraglim. Kalev did not rely on his tzidkus, but ayin tovah on Eretz Yisroel. He matter how big or small rather davened to Hashem for saw that an entire generation that action may appear, help. was denied entry to Eretz YisIn Parshas Terumah, roel and was forced to wan- without siyata d’Shmaya. Hashem instructed Moshe der for 40 years, all because to lift the wallboards of the the meraglim failed to have an ayin tovah on Eretz Yisroel and the himself to remain a tzaddik, then Mishkan, even though b’derech people believed their lashon hara. kal v’chomer, we should certainly hateva they were too heavy for any person to lift. Rashi explains At that moment, right before Bnei not trust in ourselves. Second, we learn that we need that Hashem instructed Moshe Yisroel are poised to finally enter Eretz Yisroel, it might seem to to daven for siyata d’Shmaya in our to extend his hand to the boards us that a great tzaddik like Moshe ruchnius, just as we do for our as if to lift them, but the boards need not be concerned about gashmius. This is Hashem’s world, stood up on their own (Shemos whether or not he would have an and everything that happens — 39:33). In reality, all avodas Hashem ayin tovah on Eretz Yisroel — yet or does not happen — is Hashem’s we see that this is what he be- will. Even the mitzvos that we is like this. We can accomplish freely choose to perform require nothing in this world, no matter seeches Hashem for. We can learn two power- siyata d’Shmaya to be successfully how big or small that action may ful lessons from this. One, even carried out. We have the bechirah appear, without siyata d’Shmaya. a tzaddik should never trust in to choose to perform a mitzvah, That being the case, we should himself to stay on the true path; and we must do our hishtadlus, but certainly daven for help each and and two, we must ask Hashem for only Hashem can make it happen every day to make the right decisiyata d’Shmaya in our ruchnius and (we do, though, get full s’char for sions and to be able to perform not only in our gashmius. choosing to do the mitzvah even if them as well.
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With Dangerous Regulations Looming for Yeshivos, Monsey Mosdos Urged to Band Together in Letter-Writing Campaign Representatives of approximately six dozen Monsey mosdos gathered at the Yeshiva of Spring Valley boys building on August 8 for an emergency meeting regarding upcoming regulations that could be put into effect by the New York State Education Department, which could create significant issues for yeshivos. The proposed regulations would force every yeshivah in the state to provide 17½ hours of instruction per week in a list of secular subjects to be determined by NYSED, and local public school districts would be given the authority to determine whether schools are in compliance with the regulations and thus approved by the state’s Board of Regents. If the new regulations are passed, parents who send their children to schools that fail to comply could face stiff penalties, with their children assigned to new schools by a family court judge. Several speakers addressed the audience at the meeting, which was coordinated by Agudath Israel of America and PEARLS, including Rabbi David Niederman, executive director and president of the United Jewish Organizations in Williamsburg. Rabbi Aron Aryeh Eisenberger of New Square categorized the regulations as a modern-day churban and called on every yeshivah in Monsey to stand united in support of the effort to defeat the regulations.
Under state law, the regulations are subject to a 60day public comment period, which is scheduled to end on September 2, before any determination can be made by the Board of Regents. A massive letter-writing campaign is underway, and parents throughout the state are urged to write letters to the Board of Regents supporting the quality of a yeshivah education, as well as their right to choose their children’s education. Rabbi Hersh Horowitz, executive director of Community Outreach Center, noted that the Monsey community has wielded considerable power during election season when joining together and urged local mosdos to call on all of their parents, grandparents, staff and alumni to write letters, with a goal of 40,000 letters from Monsey alone. A coordinated effort by PEARLS has produced several easy ways for parents to voice their opposition to the regulations. A sample letter that can be submitted online within seconds is available at www.voice.pearlsny.org, and parents can also submit letters quickly by texting the word LETTER to 917-920-2444. Alternatively, parents can fill in the sample letter printed on the following page in The Monsey View, which can be torn out and faxed to 929-575-4044 or mailed to PEARLS, 12 Heyward Street, Suite 313, Brooklyn, NY 11249.
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To Whom It May Concern, I am a yeshivah parent and a yeshivah graduate and am writing to register my opposition to regulations proposed by the State Education Department. I chose yeshivah education for my ____ children because I want them to receive an education steeped in the values of my Jewish faith. My children receive an education that focuses on Jewish texts as well as Jewish traditions, Jewish history as well as Jewish culture and Jewish ideals as well as Jewish ideas. I want an education for them that they cannot receive in public schools. I pay dearly for this privilege. Private school tuition is very expensive. I pay it on top of the income, real estate and other taxes that we all must pay to fund the local public schools. I do not even receive a tax deduction for it. The proposed regulations would undermine my ability to give my child the education that I chose for him. It would have the government set the educational priorities for my child, instead of the administration of the school that I chose. These regulations would require that the private school that I chose for my child mimic the local public schools by teaching a long list of required subjects, up to 11 for some grades, and even sets the length of time those courses must be offered each week. If I wanted government to dictate my childâ€™s course list and class schedule, I could have chosen the local public schools. The school that I chose for my children has a long school day with an intensive focus on Jewish studies. Government is not qualified to evaluate our Jewish studies classes, yet these proposed regulations empower them to do exactly that. The proposed regulations infringe on my religion and my right as a parent to direct the education of my children. This is neither legal nor necessary. It is not legal, because parents have the right to direct the education of their children and to choose private and religious schools for them. It is not necessary because private and religious schools have a long and proud record of achievement. Their attendance and graduation rates are high and their children go on to lead successful lives. I myself am a yeshivah graduate. I want my children to experience the same religious and rich education that I did. Every day, my children learn the critical thinking, problem solving, language, literacy and computational skills that are necessary to prepare them for success. I am confident they will graduate with the skills necessary to function as successful members of society. The proposed regulation are in total opposition to my religious convictions and against our Torah adherence. There is no way I will allow my children to attend any school complying with such regulations. Please respect my religion and my ability as a parent to choose the educational direction for my children and reject the proposed new regulations outright.
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But now he didn’t feel anything. It was as though he was meeting Reb Eliyahu at Shacharis in shul. No, that wasn’t a good analogy, because when someone owed money and he was hard-pressed to pay, it was evident not only within the walls of this room. So it was as if... as if Eliyahu was a resident of the neighborhood who had never borrowed a thing from him. That was his feeling now when looking at Potolsky. “I came for two things,” Potolsky said as he sat down. “Actually, three.” And before Reb Menachem could leaf through his blue notebook, Potolsky pulled out a bundle of bills in a rubber band from his suit pocket. “Here is 40,000 shekels. That’s the loan I took a month and a half ago,” he said. Reb Menachem stared at him. “Wow,” he noted quietly. “The Reb Menachem’s loan is for 10 months, and you’re returning it in less than two...” fingers were fi- He took the wad of bills and becounting under his breath, nally holding the gan fingering the notes one after the “It’s all here,” he said as he right promissory other. opened the notebook and crossed note, but now he out the loan details. He hadn’t yet had a chance to was at a loss for find the actual promissory note the binder when Potolsky said, words. in “Now I want to ask for a loan of 20,000 shekels.” “You’re a very organized person, Reb Eliyahu,” Rabbi Auerbach said, “but you could have returned just half of the 40,000. We spoke about repayment in installments in any case.” “I prefer not to mix up the different accounts. This new loan is for the mortgage of my older daughter. We haven’t finished paying for her apartment yet.” “And the 40,000?” “That was for my second daughter.” The gemach director was quiet as he turned the plastic sheet protectors in his binder. The descriptions his wife and daughter had shared about their recent encounter with Potolsky’s daughter rose in his mind, and warning bells went off. What was going on there with the second daughter? “Besides that, I wanted to consult with you about who in the neighborhood could be a recipient of ma’aser money.” “How much?” “About 18,000 shekels.” Reb Menachem’s fingers were finally holding the right promissory note, but now he was at a loss for words. “Rabbi Potolsky, could you please explain to me what exactly is going on?” “We got a special grant,” Eliyahu chose his words carefully, “to marry off this daughter. Therefore, I can return everything that I borrowed for her wed-
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ding, because I am managing, baruch Hashem, without loans. For the older one, though, I have to continue paying the mortgage as usual...” “And what about the 18,000 that you want to give?” “So I’m not sure how much it’ll be in the end; it depends how much of the total we end up using. For now I brought 10,000. I asked a rav, and he said I don’t have to give ma’aser on the money that we were given specifically for the apartment, but that it is the right thing to give ma’aser from the grant for all of the other expenses. And I had to ask permission from those giving us the money.” “Nu, so take the ma’aser and use it for your older daughter’s mortgage.” The gemach director smiled. “What could be simpler than that?” “I should give ma’aser to myself?” “Oh, this mortgage is what you committed to pay?” “Part of it.” “Well, then, I guess in that case, it really isn’t right.” He stroked his beard. “What is this grant, may I ask? Do you think we can speak to this donor who gives apartments and money to the needy like that, and try to get him to help out some other young couples?” “Well, it’s not exactly like that.” Eliyahu was a bit uneasy. “It’s something very specific… There’s someone who wanted to donate money in memory of his parents, to a couple whose names are the same as his parents’... rather unusual names.” “What are they?” Reb Menachem was very curious. “Peretz and Tziporah Genendel.” “What siyata d’Shmaya! And those are the names he was looking for? How did he find you?” “Today the whole world is a global village, they say, right? And it did take him time. From what I understand, he’s been working on finding a couple with these names for a few years already.” “Very nice, very nice. It’s always heartwarming to hear such stories of hashgacha pratis. Anyway, if you’re looking for someone to give the ma’aser money to, I think that Ganz could really use it. I don’t want to go into details, but I’m sure you’ve heard what they’re going through...” “Yes, yes.” “And I have two other names, some other people in the neighborhood,” Auerbach said tentatively. “You know what, don’t even tell me who they are. I’ll leave the 10,000 shekels here, and you distribute it, okay? And, please, don’t mention where the money came from...” “Oh, sure, no problem at all. Thank you very, very much. And I’m transferring the guarantors from the 40,000 shekels that you just gave me to the 20,000 that you’re taking now, right?” To be continued...
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STRAWBERRY POPS 1 bag frozen strawberries 1 box strawberry jello
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2 cups strawberries, divided
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12 oz. rosé wine
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DIRECTIONS 1. Blend 1½ cups strawberries with rosé and simple syrup. 2. Slice the remaining strawberries and lay two slices into the bottom of each ice pop mold. 3. Pour rosé mixture over the sliced strawberries. Insert popsticks and freeze until firm.
1 bag frozen mango cubes 1 box orange jello ½ cup oil ⅔ cup sugar 1½ cups boiling water 3 T. orange jam
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And despite the high visibility and trademark appearance of these proud and loyal men, there’s so much we don’t know about the inner workings of the Secret Service. And that whole lot of “secret” just begs for the world to lean over and listen in, because what’s the Secret Service really all about?
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Setting the Scene The United States Secret Service today is an agency under the Department of Homeland Security. This makes perfect sense; its agents protect the country’s most important human assets and are charged with organizing the security at all high-visibility political events and diplomatic functions. But this wasn’t always the case. Until 2003, the Secret Service was a division of the United States Treasury. Now the question begs to be asked: Why the Treasury? What’s the connection between the United States Mint, Fort Knox and the protective detail of the country’s VIPs? The answer to this question lies in the very heart of what the Secret Service was created to accomplish. The original mission of the Secret Service had nothing to do with security, and everything to do with fraud. In 1865, the Secret Service was created simply to help fight counterfeiting. The Civil War was drawing to a close at the time, and it was discovered that throughout these years of turmoil, forgers had been taking advantage of the mess and were flooding the country with
counterfeit bills. Unbelievably, onethird of the currency in circulation at the time was estimated to be counterfeit. Perhaps the criminals were taking their cue from the Confederacy, which had introduced and used its own currency during the war years. Perhaps they saw that printing money may just be that simple… Whatever the case, since the only federal law enforcement agency with general intelligence duties
Ask anyone nowadays to name the agency in the U.S. that is in charge of domestic intelligence and security, and most will guess the FBI. But what most people do not know is that a large portion of the first group of FBI agents were Secret Service veterans, who had a wealth of intelligence experience. Nowadays, the FBI investigations mostly include matters of national security, while the Secret Service primarily deals with financial crime.
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at the time was the U.S. Marshals, which had a limited supply of manpower, the Secret Service swung into action, ready to take down counterfeiters, as well as bank robbers, criminal gamblers and more. The legislation creating the United States Secret Service was signed by Abraham Lincoln on April 14, 1865, and commissioned in July later that year. If the date seems familiar, it’s because it is — this was also the date of the president’s assassination, which occurred in Ford’s Theatre later that evening. In some odd set of circumstances, Lincoln was killed, partly due to the incompetence of his bodyguard (see sidebar), the very day the Secret Service was created. Even though the agency was not yet responsible for the safety of United States presidents at the time, the congruity of the events is striking. As Lincoln was shot, the
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Thorn in the Flesh? The Secret Service began overseeing the security of presidents only in the 20th century, but presidential protection was common way before the Secret Service was even around. During the War of 1812 and the years that followed, the grounds of the President’s House were often patrolled and protected. First the duties of protection fell to the militia, and later there were day guards and night watchmen who were hired to do the job. Finally, in the 1840s, a permanent security force was established to protect the grounds of the Executive Mansion. Franklin Pierce, who became president in 1853, was the first president to have a full-time bodyguard, and from that point on, whenever the country underwent some period of unrest, it was common for the president to be personally accompanied by additional guards. Then President Lincoln was shot. And just 15 years later, in 1881, President Garfield was shot. And then, in 1901, President McKinley was shot. After McKinley was assassinated, Congress requested the Secret Service to provide full-time protection for sitting presidents, and thus, the agency adopted a brand-new mission: ensuring the safety of the Commander in Chief.
It is a matter of great pride for members of the Secret Service that throughout the century and a half of their existence, there was not a single traitor ever found in their agency. In contrast, the FBI, CIA and NSA have been plagued over the years by moles, spies and traitors who were turned by other countries (most notably Russia) and put our nation in jeopardy.
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Lincoln and His Guards The date is April, 14, 1865, and the place is Ford’s Theatre. It is five days after Confederate Robert E. Lee surrendered. John Wilkes Booth enters the theater and walks by, five times in total, his excitement mounting more and more each time as he realizes that the passageway to the box where President Lincoln is sitting free from any guards. Finally, Booth enters the box and shoots the president, who dies a few hours later. According to William H. Crook, one of Lincoln’s bodyguards, there was one man who was at fault here, and his name was John Parker. Parker was another bodyguard, and it was he who was on duty while Lincoln was at the theater. Apparently, instead of guarding the passageway as he should, Parker decided to get a closer view of the performance and left his station. Then, when Booth entered the passageway a short while later, there was no one there to hinder his approach, and no one there to raise the alarm. In his book Through Five Administrations, Crook recalls the last few hours before Lincoln was shot. He writes that Lincoln told him, “Crook, you know, I believe there are men who want to take my life?” Then Lincoln paused, and continued, “And I have no doubt they will do it.” Their conversation continued in this manner, with Lincoln expressing his confidence in his guards, but saying that “if it is to be done, it is impossible to prevent it.” When Crook left him at the doors of the White House a short while later, Lincoln looked at him and said, “Goodbye, Crook.” According to Crook, he took leave of the president feeling “queer and sad.” Lincoln had never told him goodbye before. After the assassination, Crook was deeply bothered by how badly Parker failed at his duties. Parker had been known for drinking and neglecting to do his job — in fact, he was later fired by the police force for sleeping on duty — and Crook only remembered how much Lincoln respected and trusted his bodyguards, and all for naught. The story of John Parker serves as a reminder to all future members of the Secret Service: There is no losing focus, not even for a moment. Oddly, the Secret Service did come to Lincoln’s aid posthumously — despite their duties at the time not yet including presidential protection. In 1876, a little more than a decade after President Lincoln’s assassination, the Sercret Service infiltrated a Chicago-based counterfeiting ring and learned of their plan to steal Lincoln’s body and hold it ransom in exchange for the release of an imprisoned counterfeiter. With that knowledge, the Secret Service was able to hold off the grave robbers, and nab some criminals while they were at it.
A short while after Theodore Roosevelt became president, the Secret Service assumed their agreedupon responsibilities, and President Roosevelt was accompanied by two guards wherever he went. Apparently, the president felt pretty stifled by their constant presence; in 1906 he wrote to a senator: “The secret service men are a very small but very necessary thorn in the flesh.”
Double Duties Nowadays, the United States Secret Service divides their time and manpower between their two objectives, the first of them being to ensure our country’s financial security. While that primarily meant fighting counterfeiting in the past, today it also encompasses computer fraud, bank fraud and credit card fraud. Other crimes investigated by Secret Service special agents or officers include mail fraud, identity theft and theft involving intellectual property. Other Secret Service investigations involve threats made against people under the agency’s protection, and in these cases, the investigations are more in line with the other duties of the Secret Service. The second, and way more acknowledged, objective of the Secret Service is ensuring the safety of each and every person under the agency’s protection. Over the years, security concerns and threats expanded the list, and today that list does not only include the President of the United States, but also the vice president; the president’s and vice president’s immediate families; former presidents, their spouses and minor children; major candidates for the presidency or vice presidency and their spouses; and visiting heads of state from other countries. This is quite an exhaustive list, and not only do Secret Service special agents offer each of these people physical protection in the form of bodyguards, but they also investigate threats made against their lives. Agents also prepare sites and venues where these VIPs will appear in advance of each visit, and also secure the sites of National Special Security Events, which are major events of national significance that are deemed security risks by the Department of Homeland Security.
Why do Secret Service agents wear sunglasses? Is there some special, secret use for them, or are they just... sunglasses? Turns out their pair of shades does the same thing every other pair does: It keeps the blinding sun out of the eyes. This, in turn, heightens vision accuracy and focus.
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Travel Travails Preparing for presidential visits became significantly easier as the decades moved on and means of transportation advanced. In days gone by, when the world was still innocent and moral — at least relatively so — presidents traveled in limousines surrounded by the trademark motorcade. It was all very stately and sophisticated — but armored? Not so much. Only when the U.S. joined WWII did the Secret Service deem it necessary for President Roosevelt to use an armored car, and when they did, they recommissioned a car previously seized from Al Capone, gangster of dubious renown. (Imagine President Trump riding in a car formerly belonging to an infamous criminal... How times have changed.) Another change — a positive one, this time — also took place during WWII, when the Secret Service began using a modified railroad horse car to transport motorcade vehicles. Previously, the president’s limo and secondary vehicles were driven across the country in advance of each presidential visit, which resulted in well-worn cars and exhausted drivers. Eventually, in the 1960s, air travel offered the Secret Service and even more convenient option, as presidential vehicles were able to be transported across the country in aircraft designed for this purpose.
In contrast to Secret Service special agents, who are in charge of criminal investigations and personal protection, the Secret Service Uniformed Division is a security police responsible for protecting the grounds of the White House, the Treasury Building, home of the vice president, and foreign diplomatic missions and embassies. Uniformed Division officers (originally the White House Police) also conduct tours of the White House and are the ones responsible for the president’s security when on the go. Those armed snipers positioned on rooftops? Those uniformed guys on motorcycles accompanying the presidential motorcade? Those are all Uniformed Division officers.
Training Today, Protecting Tomorrow Before the 1960s, Secret Service special agents would undergo informal training while on the job, but after JFK’s assassination, that all changed. Despite the heroic efforts of Clint Hill, who protected the first lady, and Rufus Youngblood, who threw his body over soonto-be-President Lyndon B. Johnson immediately after Kennedy was shot, morale was low at the agency, and that was the catalyst for change. Immediately thereafter, an organized and systematic training regimen was created. Today’s Secret Service special agents undergo weeks of specialized training — and it’s only the lucky ones who get to that point. The Secret Service is a popular career choice for both members of the law enforcement and the military, but the agency is known to hire only about 1 percent of the thousands of applicants each year.
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As such, the competition is very high. To get past the first hurdle, applicants must be U.S. citizens, and upon getting hired, be between 21 and 37 years of age (though veterans can apply past age 37). They must also have a four-year college education (or four years combined of education and criminal investigative experience), no criminal record, be physically fit and have good vision. Applicants edging closer to getting employed also undergo a full background investigation and receive top-secret security clearance. After being selected, new agents will spend approximately 11 weeks at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Georgia, where they first learn all about criminal investigation. There, agents train with firearms, practice physical maneuvers in mock neighborhood settings, and learn all about criminal case management, physical evidence, surveillance, interviewing suspects and the like. Agents training at FLETC also learn about financial investigation, including how to detect fraud and money laundering, perform cybercrime and Internet investigations, use law enforcement intelligence, and more. For those angling to become Uniformed Di-
vision officers, the training is a bit different, with focus on officer safety, firearms, terrorism and so on. After completing training at FLETC, trainees move on to the James J. Rowling Training Center (JJRT), a Secret Service training facility located just outside Washington, D.C. All agents and officers arriving at the JJRT are expected to be extremely fit. In order to evaluate fitness, strength and endurance level, each agent must complete a round of sit-ups, push-ups and a 1.5-mile run under the careful eye of the trainers. Agents and officers train at the JJRT for four to five months, and training encompasses a wide range of subjects including protective techniques and procedures, emergency medicine, firearm marksmanship, and further studies on financial crime. Once training is complete, agents and officers embark on their careers in the United States Secret Service, where dedication and daring are qualities that are not only appreciated, but expected. Regretfully, it is during moments of tragedy that the devotion of the agents are highlighted, and the world sees just how far these brave fellows will go to do their job.
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Election season is upon us. In today's world of nonstop political news and media coverage, it appears that it always is. In theory, the deluge of political information is a positive development. An informed electorate is the bedrock of a functioning democracy. As Thomas Jefferson wrote, "An informed electorate is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people." However, despite the ubiquitous availability of a plethora of information, we tend to read and listen to only those who share the same views as us. We are rarely challenged to understand a position that is at odds with our preconceived political views. We choose to hunker down in our self-imposed echo chambers and ignore the sage advice that "if one can only afford to buy one newspaper, buy the opposition's." The views of others are often denigrated and made out as foolish and silly, or â€” worse yet â€” portrayed as pure evil. Complicated issues get reduced to soundbites, and all nuance is lost. The issue becomes compounded due to commentators and columnists who seek to exploit the human emotions of outrage and anger to enhance and sustain their popularity and ratings. Passion is a strong motivating factor. The angrier that one gets, the better chance that one will be motivated to listen to their programs, read their papers, and vote for their desired candidates. Many, if not most, issues are no longer discussed in terms of an actual cost-benefit analysis, but get sensationalized with over-the-top hyperbole. One who campaigns on a platform to raise taxes, to cover government expenditures, and to provide assistance to the needy is described as robbing people of their freedom, and as a socialist or communist. One who seeks to implement common-sense immigration
Unfortunately, these feelings of hatred and rage inflame the passions of many in our community as well. The shul kiddush and the Shabbos table are not immune from heated discussions that often descend into anger, rage and name-calling. Middos get discarded, and often sinah, ka'as and lashon hara are the outcomes. Sadly, we are ensnared in the trap that is perfectly laid for us. Regrettably, even issues that should unite us, such as anti-Semitism and support for Jewish community needs and causes, no longer bind us. Instead, we use them as mere political tools and weapons for scoring political points. Many will choose to ignore egregious acts and overplay minor infractions based on the perpetrator's political affiliation. Actions of one's preferred candidate are excused away and easily dismissed while the actions of one's political opponents are rehashed over and over ad nauseam and never forgiven. The point of this upcoming column is not to convince one of the correctness and justness of a political cause or stream. The purpose of the column is to attempt to portray both sides of an issue concisely and rationally, so that even when we disagree, we do not view our political opponents as our evil enemies that are bent on destroying our country and way of life. The purpose of this column is to attempt to lower the temperature on the heated public debate that rips apart our country, tears the fabric of our community, and destroys friendships. Toward this end, this column will provide background information on the political news of the day. It will portray the pros and cons of each issue in a balanced, nonpartisan manner. It will focus on the logic of each position and attempt to tune out the hyperbole and sensationalism that grips the political discourse of today. The point of this column is to help us be a truly informed electorate with a thorough grasp of the issues at hand. As John F. Kennedy famously said, "Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past â€” let us accept our own responsibility for the future."
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Wherever you turn in the District of Columbia, you will chance upon a historical site, an iconic monument, a museum about the past, present and future of the country we call home. Here is a collection of notable landmarks and sites to visit on your trip to our nationâ€™s capital. To best plan your itinerary, weâ€™ve included a map of the District, because so many of the landmarks and sites are within walking distance from each other.
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GETTING AROUND Parking in Washington, D.C., is no picnic, therefore public transportation, when possible, is the best way to go. Here is a list of just a few of the many public transportation options. Consult with the staff at the hotel your lodging at for the most convenient options for your specific location.
DC Circulator 202-671-2020
DC Streetcar 2550 Benning Road NE, Washington, DC 20002 202-741-0254
Low-cost public transportation with six distinct routes throughout the District’s main attractions. Routes travel every ten minutes. Maps and information brochures can be found on every Circulator bus and are available at various brochure stands around the Metro D.C. area.
$1 All routes run on weekdays from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; some start earlier and end later.
Old Town Trolley
Free train-like vehicle that operates on fixed rails on public streets. There’s only one line currently running.
Free 6:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m.; Sundays: 8:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.
DC Trails, Inc.
50 Massachusetts Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002
478 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20024
Hop-on, hop-off tour bus to all major attractions in the District.
1-day tour from $45
Luxury double-decker bus for hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tours and coach buses for guided tours.
Starts at $42 adult and $23 child for 24 hours
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John Paul Jones Memorial
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Fun Fact: The cornerstone of the United States Capitol, which also goes by the names Capitol Building or Capitol Hill, was laid by George Washington in 1793.
You probably didn’t know... There are underground tunnels and a private subway that connect the main building with each of the Congressional office buildings in surrounding complexes. There’s also a marble bathtub in the basement, the one out of four that remains from when 19th century Congressmen would bathe there.
The U.S. Capitol, one of the most symbolically important and architecturally impressive structures in the nation, houses Congress — the House of Representatives in its south wing and the Senate in its north wing. Visitors are welcome to enter the monument through the Capitol Visitor Center. You can either just visit, or book a guide-led tour of the historic areas. Tours can be booked at tours.visitthecapitol.gov, or through the office of one of our senators or representatives. (Their contact information is below.)
Capitol Visitor Center is beneath the East Front plaza of the U.S. Capitol at First Street and East Capitol Street. Free; advance registration required for tours of the historic Capitol. There are limited same-day passes available. Monday–Friday: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Senate and House Galleries and Watching Congress in Session Entry to House and Senate Galleries is through the upper level of the Capitol Visitor Center
United States Botanic Garden 100 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20001 202-225-8333
Our Congressmen’s office numbers: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand: 202-224-4451 Senator Charles Schumer: 202-224-6542 Representative Nita Lowey (New York’s 17th district): 202-225-6506
A special gallery pass is needed to visit the Senate and House Galleries, which are open to the public when Congress is not in session, and which can also be toured while either legislative body is in session. These can be obtained from the offices of one’s senator or representatives (contact info above). Schedule information is also available from these offices.
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THE WHITE HOUSE
Public White House tour requests have to be submitted through one’s Congressmen (contact info above), up to three months in advance and no less than 21 days in advance. These self-guided tours include the public rooms in the East Wing (Blue Room, Red Room, Green Room); the State Dining Room; the China Room; and view of the White House Rose Garden. Members of the Secret Service in each room are available to answer questions.
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20230
Tuesday–Thursday: 7:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.; Friday: 7:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.; advance reservations required
The White House Visitor’s Center 1450 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20230
President’s Park Both trails begin at the White House Visitors’ Center: 1450 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20230 202-225-8333
202-208-1631 Fun Fact: Way back, during our nation’s first years, the Ellipse was known as “the White Lot” due to the white-washed wooden fence that enclosed the park — this was way before the White House was even white! The Northern Trail takes you to the front of this picture, through Lafayette Park, and the Southern Trail takes you through the background, the Ellipse.
Since White House tours are not always attainable, there are other options to get a White House experience. The visitor center offers a window into the president’s iconic home with interactive multimedia, archival footage, over 90 White House artifacts, 3D models, and a view inside the lives of the first families.
The park lands surrounding the White House are composed of approximately 82 acres, and are home to many historically significant statues, memorials and structures. The sidewalks through this park allow for the area to be explored at your leisure. You can take the Northern Trail through Lafayette Park, or the Southern Trail through the Ellipse.
7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
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SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS The Smithsonian offers eleven museums and galleries on the National Mall, plus six other museums in the National Capital area. Most of them are surrounded by beautiful gardens for visitors to enjoy. Below, we selected just a few.
Fun Fact: The founder of Smithsonian, James Smithson, never set foot on U.S. soil. Why he included in his will that his nephew turn his assets over the the U.S. in the event he dies without heirs remains a mystery.
You probably didn’t know... Smithsonian is such a hoarder of artifacts — only 1 percent of its treasures is reportedly on display. Where can they possibly be hiding 99 times that amount?
Smithsonian Castle This signature Smithsonian building is home to their visitor center and makes for a great starting point. Here you can see collection highlights from each museum and then plan which to explore, with the help of in-house experts.
1000 Jefferson Drive SW, Washington, DC 20560
Air and Space Museum
8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
American History Museum
600 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20560
1300 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20560
In this fifth most-visited museum in the world and second mostvisited museum in the U.S., explore the entire aviations and space history, from the first flight on a lonely beach in Kitty Hawk, South Carolina (the actual Wright plane is on display), to the first steps on the dusty surface of the moon (Apollo 11 command module as well as artifacts are on display), there’s so much to be seen, with original aircraft on display and a cache of information within reach.
10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
A collection on display of the social, political, cultural, scientific and military heritage of the U.S., tracing major events and themes throughout the years. Some notable exhibits include the original Star Spangled Banner, The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden, Within These Walls, the First Lady section and ride simulators.
10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
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National Postal Museum 2 Massachusetts Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002
National Zoo 3001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008 202-633-4888
One of the oldest zoos in the U.S., the National Zoo’s most famous inhabitants are their giant pandas. Other notable residents include six African lions, seven Asian elephants living on Elephant Trails, three Sumatran tigers, cheetahs, polar bears, flamingos and so much more. This museum stores the National Philatelic Collection — the world’s largest and most valuable stamp collection, including nearly six million postage stamps and related items. It also has interactive displays about the history of the USPS, starting with the Pony Express, going on to the use of railroads and onward from there.
10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Free
The FBI Experience
8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Free Fun Fact: Giant pandas joined the zoo in 1972, when LingLing and Hsing-Hsing were sent as a gift from China to Nixon after he visited their country.
935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20535
1001 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
A self-guided tour at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., with a glimpse of the internal operations and history of the Bureau in the field, at Headquarters and within communities across the country. The tour also features interactive exhibits, content and artifacts from notable cases on display. Visits must be scheduled at least four weeks in advance through one’s congressional representative’s office (contact information in U.S. Capitol listing above).
Meet the 44 presidents and many other famous figures in this wax museum. Even The Donald is on display.
9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; by advance registration only
10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.; Sundays until 5:00 p.m.
Adult: $23.32; 3–12: $18.55; Under 3: free
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International Spy Museum
700 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, DC 20024 202-393-7798
This museum has recently reopened with fascinating interactive, historical and modern exhibits. They also offer the thrilling option of assuming an identity and taking on a mission for some solid espionage fun.
9:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. 13-64: $24.95; Seniors: $19.95; 7–12: $14.95; 6 and under: free
Newseum 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20001 202-292-6100
Holocaust Memorial Museum 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place SW, Washington, DC 20024 202-488-0400
An interactive museum celebrating the First Amendment by exploring journalism’s past, present and future via interactive exhibits, films and a collection of newspaper covers.
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; Sundays from 10:00 a.m. 19-64: $24.95; Seniors: $19.95; 7–18: $14.95; 6 and under: free
The U.S. official memorial to the Holocaust that preserves the memory of this dark time of history with exhibits, photos and educational programs.
10:00 a.m.–5:20 p.m. Free
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NATIONAL MALL AND MEMORIAL PARKS
The Washington Monument Fun Fact: The Washington Monument was the tallest structure in the world at its official opening on October 9, 1888 — and it held that record for all of six months. In March of 1889, the Eiffel Tower was unveiled and its 986 feet easily topped the Washington Monument’s 555 feet…
The Washington Monument, built in commemoration of George Washington, is currently closed until further notice due to repairs and can be viewed from the outside only.
2 15th Street NW, Washington, DC 20024
Fun Fact: The north wall of the monument building features a typo in the inscription of Lincoln’s second inaugural address, where “future” is written as “euture,” and the attempts at concealing the blunder are far from perfect.
Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool This most-visited memorial in the world, built as a tribute to Abraham Lincoln, includes a marble 19-foot statue, murals, and the largest of the many D.C. reflecting pools, which reflects both the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. The best way to experience the memorial is by guided tour.
2 Lincoln Memorial Circle NW, Washington, DC 20024
24 hours a day; NPS rangers on duty for questions between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 p.m.
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Other Memorials (Consult the map for exact spots.)
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean War Memorial, War War II Memorial, Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, all of which are open 24 hours a day and have no charge, are also in this area, as well as the famous cherry trees at the Tidal Basin, which bloom in the spring. A little further out is Theodore Roosevelt Island with his memorial.
Fun Fact: In 1910, 2,000 cherry trees arrived in the U.S. — a gift from Japan as a symbol of the friendship between the two countries. But after arriving infested and with overpruned roots, the trees were not able to be saved. Instead, they were burned in a heap. Tokyo mayor Yuko Ozaki tried to ease the tension by joking, “To be honest about it, it has been an American tradition to destroy cherry trees ever since your first president, George Washington,” referring to the legend, which never actually happened, of Washington ‘fessing up after knocking down his father’s cherry tree. Ozaki then sent another shipment in 1912, and the healthy trees were planted in D.C. by then-First Lady Helen Taft, and this was the beginning of the abundance of cherry trees in the Tidal Basin.
You probably didn’t know... Breaking off a cherry blossom or branch in Washington, D.C., can warrant a fine — or even an arrest.
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DC Segway Rentals and Tours 1493 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20024 202-596-7748
Explore Washington, D.C., on Segway, either independently, or by joining one of the guided tours that takes you through many famous historical sites.
8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Rental: $30 per hour and $150 per day; 2-hour guided tour: $70; Private guided tour: $100 Phone numbers for other Segway tours: Capital Segway Tours: 202-682-1980 City Segway Tours: 202-626-0017
Boating in D.C. Between the Potomac River and the Anacostia River running through the District, there are plenty of boating opportunities in the nation’s capital. Boating in D.C. has boat rentals at six locations in Washington, D.C.
Key Bridge Boathouse:
3500 Water Street NW, Washington, DC 20007
4940 Canal Street NW, Washington, DC 20007
9:00 a.m.–8:30 p.m.; Sundays from 8:00 a.m.
7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Single kayak: $16 per hour; Double kayak: $22 per hour; 3-person canoe (2 adults, 1 child): $25 per hour; Tours also available
Single kayak: $16 per hour; Double kayak: $22 per hour; Rowboat: $16 per hour or $32 per day (2–4 adults and 1 small child); 3-person canoe (2 adults, 1 child): $25 per hour
Ballpark Boathouse: Potomac Avenue SE and 1st Street SE, Washington, DC 20003 202-337-9642 9:00 a.m.–7:30 p.m. (might only be open on weekends) Single kayak: $16 per hour; Double kayak: $22 per hour; 3-person canoe (2 adults, 1 child): $25 per hour; Tours also available
The Wharf Boathouse: 690 Water Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 202-337-9642 9:00 a.m.–8:30 p.m. Complimentary jitney ride from pier to East Potomac Park that typically runs every 30 minutes; Single kayak: $16 per hour; Double kayak: $22 per hour
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Thompson Boat Center: 2900 Virginia Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20037 202-333-9543 6:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. Single kayak: $16 per hour; Double kayak: $22 per hour; 3-person canoe (2 adults, 1 child): $25 per hour; Tours also available
Tidal Basin: 1501 Maine Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20024 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. 202-479-2426 2-passenger pedal boats: $20 per hour; 4-passenger pedal boats: $30 per hour; 2-passenger swan boat: $35 per hour
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We include information for both Washington, D.C., and Silver Spring, MD, which is 25 minutes from the District, since many will opt to stay over there for the more affordable lodging options, several minyanim and food. Another option is Baltimore, which while an hour away, has a greater selection of kosher food, as well as minyan and lodging.
MINYAN Washington, D.C.
Silver Spring WOODSIDE SYNAGOGUE AHAVAS TORAH
KESHER ISRAEL 2801 North Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 202-333-2337 email@example.com Shacharis is at 7:15 a.m. and 7:05 on Rosh Chodesh Mincha/Maariv is bizmano
9001 Georgie Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910 | 301-587-8252 | firstname.lastname@example.org SOUTHEAST HEBREW CONGREGATION — KNESSET YEHOSHUA 10900 Lockwood Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20910 | 301-593-2120 YESHIVA OF GREATER WASHINGTON (They have early Mincha minyanim) 1216 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902 | 301-649-7077 | email@example.com
KOSHER FOOD This list is not an endorsement of the kashrus of these establishments. Please consult your own halachic authority before deciding where to eat.
GOLDBERG’S NEW YORK BAGELS
Fleishig casual joint under the supervision of the Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington 2142 L Street NW, Washington, DC 20037 202-785-4314 11:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.; Fridays until 2:30 p.m.
Breakfast and bagel shop under the supervision of the Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington 9328 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910 6:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.; Sundays from 7:00 a.m. 240-450-4177
BROOKLYN SANDWICH CO Sandwich truck with fleishig menu under the supervision of the Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington (Capital K). You can sign up to find out their location at brooklynsandwichco.com. 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. firstname.lastname@example.org
BEN YEHUDA CAFE AND PIZZERIA Pizzeria under the supervision of the Rabbinical Council of Greater Washington Kemp Mill Shopping Center 1370B Lamberton Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20902 301-681-8900 12:00–8:00 p.m.; Sundays: from 11:00 a.m.; Fridays: 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.; Motzei Shabbos: 1 hour after the zman until 11:30 p.m.
LODGING Washington, D.C. GEORGETOWN SUITES This simple all-suite hotel is an affordable option for families. 1111 30th Street NW, Washington, DC 20007 | 202-298-7800 HYATT REGENCY WASHINGTON ON CAPITOL HILL Modern hotel a 10-minute walk from the Capitol 400 New Jersey Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20001 | 202-737-1234
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HOLIDAY INN WASHINGTON – CENTRAL/WHITE HOUSE Casual hotel with city views (pool is on the rooftop, so no pool views) that is a 16-minute walk from the White House 550 C Street SW, Washington, DC 20024 202-483-2000 HOLIDAY INN WASHINGTON – CAPITOL Modern hotel in the Capitol and National Mall area (pool is on the rooftop, so no pool views) 1501 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20005 | 877-859-5095
Silver Spring, MD SHERATON SILVER SPRING 8777 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910 | 301-589-0800 COURTYARD SILVER SPRING DOWNTOWN 8506 Fenton Street, Silver Spring, MD 20910 | 301-589-4899 DOUBLETREE BY HILTON Affordable contemporary hotel in downtown Silver Spring 8727 Colesville Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910 | 301-589-5200
REDUCING PAIN, NATURALLY Bumps, bruises, twists, cuts, strains and sprains. Everyone suffers from one or the other at some point. Just going about our lives is ample opportunity for minor scrapes and major injuries. Often, the initial immune reaction to injury or infection is inflammation and/or swelling. INFLAMMATION VS. SWELLING While often used as synonyms, inflammation and swelling are two distinct immune reactions that often come together. Inflammation is the body’s response to injury or infection. The redness and swelling at the site are the accumulation of white blood cells doing their work. Swelling, on the other hand, is caused by the accumulation of fluid in tissues throughout the body or in a specific region. As a result, swelling can occur in the body with or without inflammation. There are two types of inflammation: acute and chronic. Acute inflammation occurs immediately after the injury and usually lasts for a short time. Chronic inflammation is different. It may last for months or even years. When the cause of acute inflammation is not properly addressed, the swelling may become chronic.
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SYMPTOMS OF INFLAMMATION There are five main symptoms of acute inflammation: pain, especially upon contact, redness, because of increased blood supply to the area, difficulty moving, swelling, and heat. These five symptoms are visible only when the injury or inflammation is close to the surface of the skin. An internal illness, such as pneumonia, will only exhibit some of the typical inflammatory symptoms. Symptoms of chronic inflammation are different. The symptoms are not immediately apparent. By the time symptoms are noticeable, the condition may be serious. Therefore, it is important to be on the lookout for long duration of pain, allergies or asthma attacks, high blood pressure, high blood sugar levels, IBS or ulcers, chronic fatigue, skin problems, and/or red eyes.
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Oh, So Many Rooms! This most famous U.S. mansion is practically a city unto itself. The White House is home to amenities that you surely don’t have at home (but probably wouldn’t mind!), some exciting ones being a chocolate shop, a flower shop, a music room, a game room, a workout room, an indoor pool and a bowling alley (Harry S Truman’s contribution, which was later moved to a new location by Richard Nixon).
The president doesn’t have to step out of his abode to visit everyone’s least favorite destination, since he has a fully equipped dentist’s office right in the White House basement.
The unusual shape of the Oval Office is credited to the most famous of our Founding Fathers. George Washington reportedly had rounded walls in his home in Philadelphia, since he deemed the shape ideal for hosting formal gatherings, and his design was followed when the Oval Office was constructed.
On the second floor of the White House is the Calligraphy Office, where a team of calligraphers prepares invitations, place cards and greetings for events by hand.
All of that (and so much more) definitely makes the president’s home a very valuable one. The White House was recently appraised at $400 million dollars.
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A Numeric Look
6 levels 132 rooms 35 bathrooms 412 doors 147 windows 28 fireplaces 8 staircases 3 elevators
By: Shevy Hollander
A House of White Teddy Roosevelt was the one who changed the name of the president’s home to the White House. Before this official naming, the house had been known as the President’s Palace, President’s House and the Executive Mansion. Roosevelt’s name wouldn’t have worked in America’s early years.The first White House, which was burned down during an invasion in 1814 in the War of 1812, was made of gray-colored sandstone from a quarry in Virginia. Only the second White House, which was completed in 1817 and constructed of the same materials, was painted white. Keeping the White House true to its name costs a whole lot of money and gallons of paint. To give you a general idea, the White House surface measures 55,000 square feet, which needs 570 gallons of paint to give it a fresh white layer. In fact, The White House is undergoing a makeover this very week. Specialty “Whisper White” paint has been imported from Germany, a paint specially manufactured for aging buildings in that it protects the structures while still allowing moisture to escape. At $150 per gallon, the current White House makeover tops $85,000. One of the less-exciting facts of the house’s history were whitewashed along with its walls. But the untarnished truth is that the White House was built by slaves who were trained to fill the roles they were chosen for.
A Pretty Penny While presidents live in the White House rent-free, they rack up enough expenses from daily living therein to make the savings practically nonexistent. The president carries the cost for meals (both in the White House and out), payroll for all staffers for events and parties, transportation, dry cleaning, and hair and makeup. The financial burden is so heavy, that despite their six-figure income, many presidents are in serious debt by the time they leave the White House.
Except for the first family, there are other people who get to spend a great deal of time within the White House walls, namely those employed in the mansion — and there are definitely millions of others who’d love to. But unluckily for all wannabes, employees are hired by word-of-mouth recommendations, which means that many employees belong to families who’ve been working at the White House for generations.
Famous Firsts The first president to live in the White House was John Adams. Although George Washington influenced the White House in a great way, commissioning its construction, choosing the site, and approving its original design, George Washington never had the honor of being a resident of the Executive Mansion. He wasn’t even alive to see it complete. His term ended in 1797, he died in 1799, and the house was ready to move in (but not fully completed) in 1800. Benjamin Harrison was the first to install electric lighting in the White House. But he was far from comfortable with the newest invention and worried he’d get an electric shock if he’d touch the switch. His employees had the honorable job of turning his lights on and off! Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was lame, was the first one to have ramps and elevators installed in the White House. It was one of the first wheelchair-accessible buildings in Washington, and yet, unbelievably, his condition (or at least the severity of it) was virtually a state secret while he was in office!
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ערסֵ .לייּב ַּבאגֶ עגֶ ענְ ט אר ֶד ְ עק ְ אכן ִדי ֶר ָ אליֶ ע ַמ ְ עצן ַק ְ ארזֶ ְ אלט צּו ָפ ְ אצ ְ וערט ַּב ָ אסי וֶ ְ עטער ִאין ִדי ֶא ְמ ְּב ִ ַאר ֶּב ֶ יערֶ :דער ְ קּור ְצן פּון ְפ ִר ֶ ִאין ְ עסט. אר ֶמ ְ יׁשער ִאינְ גְ ל פּון ְפ ַראנְ ְק ַרייְך וָ ואס גֵ ייט אֹויְך ְׁש ִּפ ְילן ַּביים ַפ ְ זִ יְך ִמיט ַא ִא ִיד ֶ
עדן צּו ִדיר וֶ וען ֵקיינֶ ער ָאהֵ ,לייּב! ֶענְ ְד ִליְך ֶקען ִאיְך ֶר ְ אקע ַא ִאיד? יׁשט .זָ אג ,דּו ִּביזְ ט ַט ֶ ערט נִ ְ ֶה ְ
אטע וֶ ועט יׁשע ִאינְ גְ ל! ַמיין ַט ֶ עפן נָ אְך ַא ִא ִיד ֶ ַאזֹוי גּוט צּו ְט ֶר ְ ארגְ ן? קּומט ָמ ְ ְ אטע עדן צּו ִדיר .אֹויְך ַדיין ַט ֶ ייען צּו ֶר ְ זִ יְך ְפ ֵר ֶ
יָ א. אֹויס ַלאנְ דְׁ ...ש ְׁש ְׁשִ ...איְך גְ ֵלייּב ְ ַאר ֶּבעט ִאין אטע ְ נֵ ייןַ ,מיין ַט ֶ עדן צּו ִדיר. עהער וֶ ועט ִמיר ָלאזְ ן ֶר ְ אֹויפזֶ ֶ ְ יׁשט ַאז ַמיין נִ ְ
ארוָ ואס ַאליינְ סַ ...אחחחַ ,פ ְ עצט ֵ אטי? יָ אִ ,איְך ִּבין יֶ ְ ַט ִ ִּבין ִאיְך ָדא? ַא גַ אנְ ְצן ַצייט ֵלייּבֵ ,לייּבֵ ,לייּב.
עדט אדעק ֶר ְ וְ ַול ֶ אטע! צּו זַ יין ַט ֶ
ערט ַאז עה ְ אסט גֶ ֶ ֵלייּבָ ,ה ְ ארגְ ן גֵ ייט ֶמען אֹויף ַאן ָמ ְ ערג? ֶעס אֹויס ְפלּוג צּו ִדי ֶּב ְ ְ ערצּו. ייטן ֶד ְ ִאיז גּוט זִ יְך צּו גְ ֵר ְ
אסט טּוּפן פּון ִדי וֶ ועגַ ,אזֹוי וִ וי דּו ָה ְ צּוׁש ְ ועק ְ רּוּביר ִאים ַאוֶ ְ ִאיְך ְּפ ִ אֹויס ְפלּוג. ְ אּבן ַאן ייען ָה ְ ארגְ ןִ ,מיר גֵ ֶ אפֹוילןֶ ...א ְפ ֶׁשר ָמ ְ ְ ִמיר ַּב
אטעוֶ ועט! ַר ֶ וָ ואס טּוה ִאיְך?
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BOGGLE WINNERâ€™S LIST 4-LETTER WORDS bark bass bump char foci
hark kiss lark nary raki
6-LETTER WORDS barque embark harass
7-LETTER WORDS 5-LETTER WORDS arrass array arsis
barky basic basis charr
harry larky shark
9+ LETTER WORDS embarrass
The following are some of the ineligible words found:
Arab as is barr. bars bash basks barye haras
harass harl pegs Saki seow shay yaks
Please note that credit is not given for inappropriate words, words not found on board and words listed twice.
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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WELCOME TO THE OCTOBER Hill ESTATES A variety of uniquely designed homes that are now being built on a private cul-de-sac in Airmont. Each custom colonial consists of 4,240 square feet plus an additional 2,120 square ft unfinished walk out basement. Some of the many latest features include; a butlers pantry, quartz counter tops, Kitchen cabinets semi custom by cuche-cusina, custom built California style closets throughout the house, Shakers style solid doors, white oak hardwood floors ,radiant heat on first floor, wrought iron railings, sound proofing on all interior walls, spray foam insulation. Option of a master suite or succah room, private entrance with a mudroom, front porch, Trex deck, and many more. Surrounded by lush grass and a beautiful private backyard over 1/2 acre, choose YOUR dream home and make it your own.... POOL INSTALLED FOR THE NEXT 2 BUYERS!
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BRAND NEW DEVELOPMENT IN CHESTNUT RIDGE. 5 lovely colonials are being built on a new cul de sac off Scotland Hill. 2 full floors + unfinished walkout basement , 2 car garage, 3600 sq ft, 5 beds, 3 baths, .83 acre, full unfinished walkout basement. Gorgeous stone design / vinyl siding HOUSE CAN BE CUSTOMIZED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS.
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8 SEMI ATTACHED LUXURY TOWNHOUSES IN PRIME LOCATION. Each custom home consists of 3 floors and totals 4,500 sq ft. Surrounded by a manicured private property plus an additional 16,600 sq ft play area. Don’t pass up this rare opportunity to own one of these luxury condos. Beautiful layout, grand foyer, oak stairs, 10 ft ceilings, master suite with shower and jacuzzi, custom kitchen with stone countertops and stateof-the-art appliances, 5/7 beds, 4/6 baths, option of Succah room, extra large sunny windows, semi custom paint colors, 4,500 sq feet includes an above ground walkout basement with many possibilities, 2 entrances on first floor, Stucco exterior, 5 minute walk to Evergreen, close to shopping, park and bus.
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The Right Broker Makes All the Difference!! OPEN HOUSES 8/18 2-4PM 15 Sophia street: Must see this Custom-Built Dream Home! 7Bd Spacious Sprawling Ranch, circular driveway, 18ft Hi ceilings, huge deck, lovely backyard, and downstairs full apartment! 23 Sherwood Ridge Road: Pomona! Lrge Stunning Bi-Level in Great Location! This Movein Ready 4bd gem, features a tastefully remodeled eat-in granite kit, 3 updated bthrms, sauna/ pool, and more! 8 Bruce Court: Priced to Sell! For Sale, Lease, Lease-Option. Beautifully Upgraded 5/6Bd Contemporary Bi-Level! Excellent entertaining all year round! Recent renovation makes this Rare Find Priceless! 53 Elysian Ave: Absolutely Gorgeous, bright, open, tasteful, immaculate Colonial Dream Home! Move right into this 4bd 3.5bth gem! You will be captivated by the warm spirit of the area!
BRAND NEW LISTINGS! Attention Builders! 2 Separate and Fully Approved Building Lots on Prime and Beautiful Montebello Location. Each over an acre. Get There First! Call Deborah: 845-662-6931 Bright Spacious Updated Bi-level featuring sunlit foyer, gleaming hardwood floors, eat-in kit, extra-large liv/din rm, master bd w/ private bath. Don’t miss this one! It does not get any better than this! Immaculate Sprawling Ranch loaded with Character and Charm! Updated eat-in kit w/ Stone Countertops, and a Rare and Magnificent covered deck overlooking a huge beautiful backyard. Be Mesmerized! Unique Versatile 3 Bd 2.5 Bth Ranch Style Home. A lovely property w/ rare potential beautifully situated on a majestic 1.8-acre w/ peaceful views of Wesley Chapel Lake. Just what you’ve been waiting for! Magnificent Colonial in the most desirable Forshay/Wesley Hills. Stunning and in top notch condition. Don’t let it get away!
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35 S Cole Ave
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Newly renovated home! 7-8 bedrooms, legally approved to finish basement. Current monthly income $2,800 with potential to raise.
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Nice high ranch. Dining Room, Kitchen, Living Room, 4 bedrooms 2 1/2 baths, playroom, a garage plus a shed. Right next to Monsey.
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Ridge Avenue Spring Valley
25 South Cole
2,600 sq ft, Huge walkout basement, Huge play area, 2 Parking spots per Unit. Full Pesach kitchen, 90 ft Front yard, 60 ft backyard.
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Classifieds MONSEY-THRIVING REAL ESTATE COMPANY looking to hire a f/t Admin assistant. Candidate must be detail oriented, motivated and proactive, have the ability to multitask and prioritize objectives in a fast paced environment, with 1-2 years work experience Computer proficiency, Microsoft office and Quickbooks required, with superior verbal/ written communication skills, and a professional work ethic. Real estate experience a plus. Great pay for the right candidate. Excellent growth potential! Info@wiseyork.com – or call 347-699-8761 CHESTNUT RIDGE House for sale! 18 Appledale Ln, Spring Valley. Hurry to see this all updated High ranch. Beautiful kitchen, large living room with gas fire place. Spacious dining room, private yard with paved patio and above ground pool with deck area. 4 Bd 2.5 Bath, 1800 Sq ft. $497K Call 347-678-7561or 347-232-5724 MONTICELLO FOR RENT! Brand new 4 Bedroom Home avail for rent in Monticello. Section 8 ok. Please call 347598-8084 OFFICE AVAILABLE Comfortable office available. Commercial location, separate entrance, bathroom on-site, ground level. Optional: garage with space for 2 pallets. Call 659.5428 SHUL FOR RENT SHABBOS/ Y’’T Beautiful Large Shul 1500 SQ FT, 18 FT High ceiling, large windows, lots of parking, RT 306 and Grandview. Please text or call and leave message (845) 445-8285 VACATION RENTAL Picturesque vacation home for rent in Chestnut Ridge, NY. 6 bdrm home on acre of land. Private pool, deck, basketball court. Aug 23-28. Call 848-525-5508
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POSITIONS AVAILABLE Yeshiva of Spring Valley â€“ Girls. General Studies Dept. seeks Assistants for lower grades for 2019-20 academic year: Please email resume to mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org Call: (845)356-1400 #223
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ASSISTANTS WANTED 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 TEACHERS WANTED Seeking Elementary and Junior High School General Studies teachers for the 2019-20 school year in a Bais Yaakov girls school. Excellent opportunity for the right individual. Please send resume: Fax: 845205-4333 Email: resumes@ baisyaakovelementary.org. F/T POSITION/GREAT FOR GRADUATES Local eCommerce business looking for a female to fill a full-time position in a fast-paced office. Great growth opportunity. Must be detail-oriented, responsible and able to multitask. No experience necessary. Email resume to jobopeningoffice4@gmail. com
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HELP WANTED Home improvement showroom in Monsey looking to hire full time showroom designer. Please email resume to accounting@ ceramiccreation.net
BABYSITTING WARM AND EXPERIENCED babysitter available to babysit night hours in your home or at weddings. References available. Please call 845 499 9272 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. After school hours available. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 OVERNIGHT BABYSITTING looking for a warm home to leave your child over Shabbos? Call 425-3491 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Experienced lady interested in babysitting in office or school setting. References available. Newborn - 3 years old. Please call 845-422-5679. PLAYGROUP Playgroup in airmont park ave area teacher with many years experience great with kids ages 2 - 3 year old call moroh esty 8454149488 many happy refrences
WE WANT TO HIRE YOU! Current opportunities for employment that will make a difference in their lives and have you feel fulfilled every day. Apply today!
Seeking responsible and energetic
WORK FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME Case Coordination Work from the
who have special needs. Lots of fun with Opening #1
WORK FROM OWN THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME
female staﬀ to work with young adults much excitement!! Hours are M-T 9:00 to 3:30, Friday 9:00 to 1:30. Driver's license required. Call 845-503-0267
Monday through Thursday evenings
Great opportunity for a fun loving woman to her job. Hours: Daily from Opening #2
Email resumes to Email resumes to email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
girl/woman to accompany a young
(starting at 5pm)
Fridays). Driver’s license and car required. Call 845-503-0267
Looking for female staﬀ to drive and Opening #3
10am-1pm (including Sundays and
spend time with a small group of girls every Sunday and Friday. Must be
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comfort of your (starting at 5pm) (startinghome at 5pm) own
Monday through Thursday evenings
friendly and caring. Call 845-503-0238
Email your resume to: email@example.com Please reference job opening number in your email.
Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
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NEW PLAYGROUP Kiryas Radin. Warm loving Morah years of experience. Younger 2 year olds. Rivky Simon 732-666-7020. Many happy references. 306 KIDDIEGROUP 306/rita heimishe kiddie group for ages 18-24 months, accepting new registrations for september. Small group. Please call 845-425-3555 PLAYGROUP Chestnut Ridge area: Ages 2 to 3 y/o Warm and loving care, two experience Teachers. Transportation available. Starting September 845-213-5223 HEBREW SPEAKING PLAYGROUP גן לעברית בפסייאק מחפש גננת וסייעת לשנה הבעל״ט דוברות צוות היימיש ואווירה.עברית 845- :לפרטים.ישראלית נעימה 3672360 PLAYGROUP Kennedy Dr. Area, ages 2-3 years. Snacks & hot lunches. Yiddish speaking. Tender loving care, to register call 845-274-7412
SERVICES LEBEDIG BALLS 12 balls to rent. CALL lebedig balls: 845-213-5720
TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016 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 HYPNOBIRTHING CLASS Birthing the gentle way. Release, trust, connect. Achieve the birth of your dreams! visioning, hypnosis, journaling, art. Rivky Friedman, hbce sign up call/ text 845.200.4365 BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Are you dealing with? ADHD, Fears, Emotional imbalances, learning issues. Bruchy Greenfeld 659-1848 CURE VERTIGO Are you dizzy and don’t know what to do? Try Chinese Herbal Medicine at the Azamra Acupuncture Clinic to make the room stop spinning. Call 845-367-1139
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// babysitting // services
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
POTTY TRAINING Planning to potty train? Learn a struggle-free method. Recorded classes, ongoing guidance. Call 347587-0919.
ALTERATIONS Professional alterations, fast service, in the Blueberry Hill area. 929.287.2135
CHILDBIRTH PREP CLASSES learn techniques for relaxation - breathing exercises. over 1000 satisfied moms, Sheva Feder certified doula 845.352.1579
SEWING COURSES private sewing course with master teacher Esty Krauss. call or text 845-662-5931 SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. TORAHANYTIME.COM On demand Torah lectures. Video-Audio-download. All for free. Computer or App for iPhone/Android Or Hotline 718-298-2077. Yiddish Hebrew - English TUTOR AVAILABLE Experienced tutor available from 4-6 pm to learn with your son and/or help him learn his Pshetel with ease and clarity. Call (845) 5481106.. Leave message. BABY NIGHT NURSE Frum newborn baby night nurse available. Many references. 845-232-1130
MARRIAGE & FAMILY COUNSELING
Warm, professional 25 years exp. Communication issues, OTD children, call for free phone consult. Dr Yisroel Kaplan 917-3455750 GENTLE TOUCH Laser, Electrolysis, Waxing, Tinting. Professional Flawless Make Up. Evening appt available. Call/text 845 2225265 COTTON CANDY Cotton candy machine for rent. Great price. 845-4593520 MAKEUP BY MALKY Professionally certified Makeup Artist for any Simcha or special occasion. Great prices! Call or text for more info. 845-422-1084
y r a n i m e S / l o o High Sch Graduates Join our Monsey oďŹƒce! Did you know? You can work part-time at FCC through June/September and then switch to full-time. Email your resume to: email@example.com
Nursing Home Biller Ideal for High School or Seminary graduate. Stimulating with room for long-term growth!
No experience necessary, we provide training. Excellent frum environment.
5”,6”,7” Gutters Copper and aluminum gutters Over 30 colors 845-782-4473 firstname.lastname@example.org
MAKEUP COURSES Profesional makeup applications and makeup courses (apply on yourself or others),20+ years of experience, formerly instructor at IL MAKIAGE NY 8452226299. MASSAGES
for women by a licensed massage therapist. Relax with a deep tissue, swedish, pre/ post natal massage. New Hempstead/New City area. Please call 845.201.8251 or email email@example.com MUSIC & SINGER One Man Band & Singer. Enhance your event! Incredible music, Reasonable prices. Call Simcha Salzer 845-502-0496
PETTICOATS FOR RENT! Enhance your gown with just the right petticoat! Kids and adults petticoats for rent! In the Bates area. Call or text: 845 200-4326 PORTRAITS Beautiful and detailed portrait drawings by talented and experienced artist. Awesome gift idea!!! Call or text: 845.596.6648 email: firstname.lastname@example.org COMPUTER REPAIR For all your computer repair services, iTech computers is here to serve you. Please call 845-263-4535 WE DO DECKS! Have your deck restored on time for Sukkos. Power Washing & Deck Staining. Get your free estimate: Call. Text. 845-393-4937
KANGEN WATER “Change your Water.. Change your life” Alkaline - AntiOxidant - Super Hydrating Call for FREE supply and feel AMAZING! 917-681-0003
HAPPINESS Giving up on it? Get it back in record timing with proven techniques. References available. Call Avi Weinberg 845-558-4027.
LADY DRIVER For all your car service or messenger needs please call 347-831-1732
RENT A DOONA Going on vacation? Taking baby home from the hospital? Doona Rentals for as low as $11 a day. Call 845-459-2103
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Gutter Guard Installation
Fully Insured Free estimates
Cleaning and Repirs
CHOSON ALBUM VIDEO
MECHITZAS FOR RENT 8 beautiful 6 1/2’H x 4’W wooden painted panels on wheels. Picked up & delivered. Pls call Avi at Events by Dublyew 845-5584027
Gifting your kallah with a choson album? Make it come alive for her with the addition of clips of your precious son! Call 845-445-5463 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com AMAZING PROBIOTICS! One of a kind probiotics (not sold in stores) available now! Amazing for eczema, mrsa, moloscum and digestive issues. for more info 845694-8455 HOSTESS PACKAGES/ PEKLECH
Classy welcome packages for your Shabbos aufruf or Sheva Brachos! We have something in every budget; book in advance to ensure availability. Thinking pekelach? We have it! Vacht nacht, birthday, aufruf, upsherin, pidyon haben. PRESENTED 845-2740489 presented0489@ gmail.com
SALT WATER POOL Beautiful Salt water pool to rent by the hour in chestnut ridge birds area please call 9176428194 or 18454254217 POOL FOR RENT Crystal clear, private, heated pool for rent day/night in Chestnut Ridge: camps, groups or families. Please call & leave message 845-371-1188 or text 848-525-5508. GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281 ARROWSMITH Is your child still in the same place after all that tutoring? The Arrowsmith Program has helped many children become successful in the regular classroom. Please call Mrs. Feuer to find out more 845-304-7053
WOOOOFF!!! shoe sale
Elite Healthcare Consultants is Hiring! Research compliance laws and regulations
TOP BRAND NAME QUALITY SHOES
FOR 50% BELOW WHOLSALE PRICE!!!
document and implement findings contract management admin tasks
*shoes for illustration porpuses only
MARK THE DATE:
Sunday, August 25 10am - 9pm
Previous homecare compliance experience preferred. email resumes to email@example.com
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// services // odds & ends // gemachim
TO P R AT E D I N N E W YO R K / N E W J E R S E Y
COMMERCIAL KITCHENS EXHAUST SYSTEM & HOOD CLEANING
Weekly Oﬃce Cleaning
Post Construction Cleaning
FULLY LICENSED & INSURED
RELIABLE & PUNCTUAL SERVICE
DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org
YINGERLEIT NEEDED Local Mesivta looking for yingerleit to enhance the daily Shacharis minyan. Willing to pay on a monthly basis starting Rosh Chodesh Elul. Call 845-548-0183
PICK UPS 845-461-3084
ROOMMATE WANTED Frum single woman seeks same to share home, own bedroom, w/d, $900 per month. 845-608-0845
MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003
SUNDAY PROGRAM! For Pre1-A girls: crafts, baking, and more. $75 for 3 Sundays: Aug.18, Aug.25, & Sept.1.Yiddish speaking. Trans.& Lunch provided. Call 845-356-2068
MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319
ODDS & ENDS SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100 CAR NEEDED Looking for a Donation of a Car for a Special Needs Yeshiva. If you have one please call 352-3307 ext.119 SAW A YESHUAH I tzint a lecht 40 days lil nishmas r menachem Mendel mrimnov and saw a yeshua
DIABETIC STRIPS Looking to buy your extra Diabetic Test Strips. Strictly Confidential. 347-871-7574
GEMACHIM BED REST? We do the laudry for you. 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers) WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036 טייערע כלה נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט , שיעורים, הדרכה,השקפה וואכן פאר4 רעזעווירט.תפילות 245-352-2560 די חתונה SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers | mikes | mixers | cables | 917-382-8809
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cleaning from black to blue...
Remove an Ayin Hara R’ Avraham Lebel 718.977.5459 Price: $50 per name - credit cards accepted - Pls leave a message With the endorsement of Rabbanim of בד”ץ העדה החרדית ירושלים
A financial services office in Monsey NY is seeking a full time female executive assistant. Responsibilities include scheduling, client relations, etc. Candidate must have excellent verbal (telephone) & writing skills, mathematics, computer proficiency and ability to multi-task. For more information please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
BANDS & HATS $10 New ladies bands, all lengths. Also berret hats. 845 290 8319 CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121 MATERNITY COATS 100% down TEXT ONLY 8455212912 BIKE RACK GEMACH Fits all cars. Holds up to 3 bikes. 845-659-1863. BLUE LIGHT Gemach in monsey, pls call before. 845.425.1919 BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602
TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504 FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643 לעילוי נשמת We can arrange to have the whole ששה סדרי משנה learned לעילוי נשמתyour loved ones! Call /Text (917) 720-6392 / chofetzmishna@ gmail.com CHUPPAH TEFILLOS tefillos and tehillim booklets for the chupa time 845-2130602. WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com
All positions at Hamaspik give you the opportunity to do meaningful work in a growthfocused environment where you can develop your talents and share your passion with others while building your career. CARE MANAGER
A part-time Care Manager to work with individuals and their families to develop a care plan and connect them to the right services they need for a better health. Required Qualifications: BA Degree
WESTCHESTER COUNTY BRANCH COORDINATOR
A part-time Coordinator to coordinate community habilitation and respite services for individuals with disabilities in Westchester County. Preferred Qualifications: Spanish speaking, experience with individuals with disabilities
CENTER FOR HUMAN SERVICES
Send resume to:
and reference which position you are applying for. Hamaspik is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.
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Dirty trash bin?
LET US CLEAN IT FOR YOU.
845.839.4024 email@example.com www.mrcancleaning.com
BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910 SAFETY BRACELET Free aid to remind you that your baby is in the car! 4251202 CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n play bassinets. 425-1202 GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031. 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 styles/ colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. 347 351 1604 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646 BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BABY GOWNS and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. New! Boys line added. 425-3049 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 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293. ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838. MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. call/ text 845-445-9687 ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. South Fallsburg 845-434-3865.
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GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee) BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. OT WATER URNS H 845-425-9211 ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105. WHITE KALLLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513
TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105 PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays email@example.com or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538 REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. 845-356-0815 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333 HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 PIDYON HABEN coins, silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 FREE MOVING BOXES Packs of 10x for easy transport. (845) 641-5536.
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED?
Join Us and Experience the Marquis Difference. BENEFITS Paid Yomim Tovim, Federal Holidays and Personal Time Off Transportation Provided • Medical Beneﬁts 401k • Team Building Events • Competitive Pay Professional Environment • Heimishe Atmosphere Training and Support • Room for Growth
WE AR E HIRIN G
REQUIRED SKILLS • Ability to Multitask • Good Communication Skills • Detail Oriented
Full-time Positions Available in HR, CDPAS and Coordination Departments
Home care company is looking to hire a talented individual to join our friendly team MUST have prior experience working in a home care agency salary starting based on experience
Benefits offered: • Health, dental, life, vision insurance • FSA-medical, childcare, travel • Short term disability • Paid Holidays
SEEKING PART-TIME SECRETARY.
• Paid time off • Paid sick time
Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Great pay with growth opportunities. Must be able to speak Yiddish and English, and provide positive costumer service. Call 845-503-0238 August 14, 2019 / THE MONSEY VIEW / 205 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
// gemachim // gowns // lost & found
TANNERSVILLE - 115 Spring St 3 BR, w/d, 2 a/c, Near Shuls, Grocery. Mikvah, Camp. Util Incl. Avail Aug 18-Aug 29. Call 646-915-2160
RELAXING MASSAGES for women by a licensed massage therapist. Deep tissue | Swedish | Pre/post natal. New Hempstead/New City area. Please call 845.201.8251 or email email@example.com
GOWNS TO SELL Exquisite black/white gown size 0-2. 2 girls black/white gowns size 7-8 and 12-14. call or text 347 504-4033.
FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com GOWN GEMACH South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841 REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851.
CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278
DRESSES/GOWNS RENT/SALE Black & White Exquisite gown for rent/sale. 845-8262185 GOWN Exquisite black and white gown for sale\rent. Please call: 2320462 GOWN FOR RENT
beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4 8455380391 MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4 pls call 845-596-9933 GOWN FOR RENT Gorgeous black and gold gown for rent size 2-4. Please text/call 201-204-6315 RENT/SALE GOWNS: Mechteniste, sister of bride & maternity 845659-8753. We will also take your gowns on consignment and rent/sell it for you.
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FOR RENT Magnificent white gown with teal beading. Size 2. Pls call/ text 845-746-7248 GOWNS FOR RENT Beautiful gowns for ladies and teens for rent. What’s app or text 347-278-1278 BEAUTIFUL GOWNS for adult and teen sisters of bride. Women size 6-8 in white/black, size 2&4 in white/gold. tel:371-1997
2 pairs of tefillin on bus from Woodbourne to Williamsburg 917-601-7444
FOUND FOUND MOSQUITOES? Call יואל בראךat Skilled Pest Control. 845-393-1475
small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612 3 rings at 2 Melnick public restrooms 8454142288 lve msg Left at my house navy quilted boys size 6-7 jacket Weinberger 426-1612
GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info
grey baby shoe in 99 cents store 354-6515
GOWNS FOR RENT Beautiful kids gowns Sizes 6-14. Call 845-533-2521
Monsey trails ticket book 845237-2428
ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924
LOST camera in Lime Kiln park area 845-426-1304
Friday April 5 on Robert Pitt Dr near Ace Flooring babys fuzzy gray/white blanket. 845-222-1305
Silver pen with stamp Lazer kraus 203-233-8289
FREE GIVEAWAYS Elecare junior vanilla and unflavored formula bottles. 426-0520 box of Dee Voch, Der Blick and some Moments. 425-1937 Old Bedroom set 845-4994909
FACE IT. YOU’LL LOVE YOUR LOOK
From natural to glamorous, have your expectations met
ESTY NUSSENZWEIG Certiﬁed Makeup Artist
Book your appointment
ACCOUNTING: IS A MASTER’S DEGREE WORTH IT?
Q and A with Neal Granick, Tax Manager at Deloitte and PCS M.S. in Accounting Graduate Q: Tell us about your current position. A: I am a tax manager for Deloitte in the Parsippany office; I’ve been here for six years. I started with individual tax returns. I currently do real estate and private equity investor reporting. The PCS accounting program is amazing; I highly recommend it. It’s a great education in a short amount of time. The rigorous course sets you up for the CPA exam and gives you the knowledge to really succeed in the field. When I began working, I felt like I had an advantage over the other entry level accountants, even the ones from big name universities. They didn’t have the same technical knowledge and professionalism. The PCS program really prepares its students for the accounting landscape. Q: What is the advantage of a master’s degree over a bachelor’s? A: A master’s degree really gives one a leg up over other entry level candidates in the job hunt. So when you’re competing for an entry level position, or really any position for that matter, you look better then someone who just has a bachelors. In the last few years, the Big 4 have started paying higher entry level salaries to new hires with a masters. Additionally, it really is a different level of education and prepares you much better technically for the job you will be required to do. Q: Can you tell us about the current job market? How did PCS help you find your first job?
mom-and-pop shop in Bayside NY; that was my first experience in public accounting. I worked there for a year. My boss there had contacts at Deloitte and got me in. It can be hard to get into the big 4 straight out of college; PCS has contacts to get its graduates in. Q: For whom would you recommend the field of accounting? A: I recommend it for anyone who thinks that it is interesting. It’s a great choice for anyone who likes numbers. Accounting is a great field. There is a lot of potential to make a lot of money in the long run- either as making partner in public, or opening your own business. Q: Please tell us about some of the opportunities within accounting: A: Really, it’s endless. There’s tax, consulting, audit, mergers and acquisitions. From auditing, you can learn the ins and outs of a company; you can really learn how to run a business and what makes a business successful. And from there you can do anything- you can become a controller, CFO, or even CEO. A lot of successful businessmen have accounting backgrounds.
A: The current job market is very hot, specifically after the new tax law was passed. All the firms are hiring aggressively. Everyone is looking for qualified candidates; there’s a shortage of good employees. It’s an employee’s market.
PCS is a non-profit division of Agudath Israel of America, has been running the FDU/PCS M.S. in accounting since 2005. With graduates in the top national firms, PCS maintains an over 90 percent placement rate. The Open House will take place on Sunday, September 8, 7:30 PM at theCourtyard by Marriott Montvale, 100 Chestnut Ridge Rd, Montvale, NJ 07645
PCS helped me get my job. They set me up with an internship in a small
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-905-9700 x 665
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עצרת תפילה והסברה בלאנדאן לאור גזירת החינוך בענגלאנד
סיום מסכת ברכות בק"ק קאשוי וויליאמסבורג
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היסטארישע אסיפה פון אלע מנהלי המוסדות פון מאנסי ,קרית יואל און שיכון סקווירא אין ליכט פון די גזירת החינוך אין ניו יארק | בילדער אבי ס.
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