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INSPIRED BY THE GIVING (Re: Reb Shayala’s Kitchen, Issue 223) I was very inspired by the article describing the tremendous chesed and kindness that Reb Shayala’s Kitchen serves up every day, and I decided to tap into the opportunity that literally knocks on my door. I began offering water bottles to meshulachim, and on frigid nights, I try to offer a cup of hot tea to those collecting tzedakah in the cold. Thank you for the inspiration. A Grateful Reader
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Parshas Chayei Sarah By: Malka Schneps
In Parshas Chayei Sarah, Avraham Avinu dispatched Eliezer to the land of Avraham’s relatives to seek a shidduch for Yitzchak. When Eliezer reached the communal well outside the city, he asked Hashem for a sign: When the destined girl approached, she would not only offer him water to drink, but she would offer to quench the thirst of his camels as well. At that very moment, a girl approached the well. Eliezer was astonished to witness how the water of the well miraculously rose up to the top, making the job of drawing water easier for the girl. At that point, Eliezer approached to test her. He requested water, looking to see if she would then offer water for his camels as well. Indeed, the girl was Rivka Imeinu, and she did offer water to Eliezer — and to his camels, as well. In fact, she went above and beyond, offering to provide the camels with water until they finished drinking. This was incredibly kind, as ten large, thirsty camels drink a great deal, and she was offering to water them one jug at a time until satiation. A single thirsty camel can drink 30 gallons of water in fifteen minutes. This means that ten thirsty camels would drink 300 gallons of water in fifteen minutes! We see in the pasuk that Rivka ran back and forth between the well and the watering trough to provide water for the camels until they drank their fill. There was one final step that would help Eliezer ascertain that this was indeed the right girl: One of Avraham’s requirements for the shidduch was that the girl should be from among his relatives. However, after Rivka finished providing the camels with water, Eliezer already offered her the jewelry and only afterward inquired as to her family of origin. Rashi explains that Eliezer gave Rivka the gifts before ensuring that she came from the right family because he trusted that, in the zechus of Avraham Avinu, Hakadosh Baruch Hu had led him to the right girl. Stepping back, a question emerges. Why did Eliezer not offer Rivka the jewelry after witnessing the miracle of the water rising up to meet her? Apparently, Eliezer was not confident that he had found the right girl even after seeing the miracles performed for her, so he con-
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tinued to test her. But Eliezer didn’t insist on completely verifying that she was the right girl, for we see that he gave her the jewelry before asking about her family background. Clearly, the act of Rivka watering the camels was enough to seal the deal, whereas the miracle of the water rising to meet her was not. Furthermore, the Torah goes on to praise Rivka Imeinu in that when Yitzchak took Rivka into the tent, he was comforted for the petirah of his mother. Rashi explains that the three miracles of Sarah Imeinu’s tent returned with the arrival of Rivka: The candles remained lit from Erev Shabbos to Erev Shabbos, there was a bracha in the dough, and a cloud hovered above her tent. These miracles are hinted at with only a few words in the Torah, yet several pesukim describe the gemilas chasadim of Rivka. The picture that emerges is that more weight is given to the chesed of Rivka than to the miracles performed for her. The Brisker Rav, zt”l, explains that gemilas chasadim are more meaningful than miracles because Hashem performs the miracles, whereas a person performs the acts of gemilas chasadim. Thus, acts of gemilas chasadim are to a person’s own credit, whereas miracles are not. R’ Elimelech Biderman, shlit”a, relates a story about R’ Lieber Hagadol of Berdichev, zt”l. R’ Lieber once saw a woman crying at the side of the road because the goat whose diary products had been her source of income had died. R’ Lieber told her he would buy her a new goat. As R’ Lieber ran to the market, he met Eliyahu Hanavi. R’ Lieber did not stop, but told Eliyahu Hanavi that he did not have time because he needed to go buy a goat for a poor woman. This story shows that chesed is even greater than meeting Eliyahu Hanavi. Doing acts of chesed is more impressive than having miracles performed for us, and greater than meeting Eliyahu Hanavi. Incredibly, opportunities to do chesed are free and are all around us. From sharing a recipe or watching your neighbor’s children, to helping another woman reach an item on the shelf in the grocery store, we have countless opportunities every day to do chesed for those around us. May we all walk in the footsteps of our Imahos and rush to help others each and every day.
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MONSEY, NY – It’s Monday, at 5:45 p.m., and the place is bustling. Boys and girls of all ages, flanked by their parents or older siblings, are coming and going, sporting wide smiles that relay the unmistakable message of “Yes, I can!” To be honest, I was not expecting this. In my mind, I naively expected a therapy center to give off a different vibe. While not a bona fide medical facility, I anticipated seeing stern-faced professionals taking themselves way too seriously and children sitting with the excitement of one awaiting a dentist appointment. I could not have been more wrong. You see, Kids First is determined to stay true to its name and be a center that is first and foremost a place for kids. Management at Kids First makes it clear to me that their steadfast belief is that children will thrive and grow best if they are treated like children and not like subjects in a research study. And indeed, their therapy services are top-of-theline, and the therapists are among the best and brightest in the field. In recent years, Kids First has become the local authority on child development. A quick walk around the 3,000-square-foot facility on Robert Pitt Drive is all one needs to understand why nearly a thousand children pass through these doors every week. Two dozen rooms dot the facility, and each is outfitted with an array of interactive toys that six-yearold me would have pined to get my hands on. As one of the therapists explains to me, they each serve a targeted purpose in helping children develop. A testament to Kids First’s
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success is the growing number of schools now boasting beautiful remedial rooms operated by Kids First therapists so that children can receive the help they need without disrupting their daily schedule. These rooms have proven to be a huge success with educators who appreciate the students’ getting help on-site, parents who are glad that their child gets all the educational support they need at school, and most importantly, children who are able to blend in with their friends and keep a normal daily schedule.
First to Come and First to Serve The growing community of Monsey has a growing list of communal needs. Since its founding in 2016, Kids First has set out to be the one-stop shop for any child in need. The benefits of having one center provide all services is manifold. First, it means that parents, who are often unsure of what therapy form is most suited
to their child, can trust that Kids First will offer the required services. Second, it removes the conflict of interest inherent at other centers who are more inclined to recommend a service they provide. Last, it removes a large part of the stigma, as Kids First also serves children who are essentially just like their peers. Their list of services is exhaustive. Kids First operates a popular and highly acclaimed occupational therapy program, and their speech therapy services also
FIRST SIGNS Parents are often unaware that there are services available to help their child overcome developmental delays, and sometimes believe that these delays will go away with time. However, the truth is that today there are many services for children with a wide range of educational needs, and research shows that the earlier a child receives help, the greater their chance for success. Developmental delays will generally get worse if not dealt with early on. Here are some signs that your child should be scheduled for a professional evaluation:
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FIRST STEPS When a child is receiving services, the therapist is ostensibly the star of the show. However, those few hours spent in their presence are often not enough to create long-lasting change. Parents are the co-stars in creating an environment conducive to proper development, as they spend every day and night with the child. The parents’ cooperation and collaboration with the therapist, and their following through on recommendations, have a tremendous impact on the child’s success and their ability to acquire the skills necessary for life ahead.
SPEECH THERAPY • Reading to your child can help them pick up the hidden cues in speech and language. • Have your child practice the skills taught by the therapist. Repetition is key. • Make practice exciting by incorporating colorful flash cards and other child-friendly materials. • Have your child play games and activities that coax them into using expressive language. Kids always learn best in a fun environment.
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY • Have your child practice the skills taught by the therapist. Practice makes perfect. •Join your child in active play. • Create your own sensory activities, such as finding figures in a cereal or rice bowl, writing with shaving gel, finger painting, etc. • Create your own little obstacle courses at home where your child can shine and receive positive feedback on his/her progress. • Play Simple Simon and encourage them to perform activities related to their OT treatment. • Encourage activities that require use of a pincer grasp (picking up objects between the thumb and forefinger). • Playing on swings and slides are perfect opportunities for children to develop many necessary skills.
BEHAVIOR THERAPY • Boost your child’s self-esteem by letting them do things independently and by praising their accomplishments. • Help your child realize that your love is unconditional and is not diminished by potential undesirable behavior. • Closely follow a behavioral reward system. • Be a role model. Children pick up on their parents’ behaviors and tend to follow them. • Reinforce positive behavior just as much as you would discipline negative behavior. • Join a parenting group for emotional support and to share ideas.
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make up a large part of their successful efforts. Additionally, there is a range of behavioral, social and emotional services for struggling children and those lagging behind in other aspects of their development.
First Class My discussions with Kids First’s staff and the assembled parents tell me that things are just done different around here. Tremendous resources and efforts are poured in to ensure the success of the lofty endeavor of educating our children. The first signs of Kids First’s commitment to excellence are noticed as early as during the initial child assessment. As administrator Sruly Zellermaier explains to me, when it comes to the delicate and critically important task of helping young children with physical, emotional or cognitive hindrances, there can be no guessing or taking shortcuts. A thorough and detailed evaluation of the child’s specific needs is provided, and a tailored plan of treatment is developed to bring out the very best in each child. While it can be quite overwhelming for a mother or father to hand over their child’s development to a stranger, Kids First ensures that parents are kept in the loop at every step. The case manager and office staff keep in constant contact with parents, and the children who receive therapy at school are sent home with communication cards to be signed and returned. “I never thought I would find a place I trust this much,” says an admittedly overprotective mother from Chestnut Ridge. “We feel like it’s just a playdate with a neighbor when we head here. It’s unsurprising that we’ve seen such great results.” Kids First also implemented a system of unprecedented supervision and oversight. Every therapist has a supervisor who reviews their work regularly, and meetings are held to review cases and share insight. The staff also participates in continued training sessions, keeping up with the latest research in their respective fields. Before I wrap up my visit, I stop by the office of Mr. Shraga Gold, founder and director of Kids First. “I’m incredibly proud of the place we built,” he says. “I always had a vision of what I want the center to look like, and the name Kids First perfectly encapsulates it. I can’t wait to see what the future holds as we continue building on the great stuff we are currently doing.” And if Kids First continues to do what their name suggests, then it’s clear that they have succeeded in an overwhelming fashion. The Monsey community is luckier for it.
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He got up to get his jacket. The dining room door opened, and Elisheva peeked in. “Is everything all right, Binyamin?” she asked worriedly. “You’re very flushed. Sit down; I’ll get you a tea.” “No, Mommy, thanks, but I have to get back to yeshivah. I didn’t mean to fall asleep; I just sat down for a minute...” “And you said that your head hurts and that you’re dizzy,” his mother added. “You don’t look good, Binyamin. I’m sure you are running a fever. I hope it’s just a cold and not the flu or something.” The thermometer indicated that, as usual, his mother was right — he was running a fever. “I’m getting you that tea,” Elisheva said decisively, “and you’ll please drink it.” “My throat doesn’t hurt,” Binyamin tried to protest, but he accepted the cup of tea from his mother with gratitude — and a sigh. “Ugh, I hate being sick.” Meanwhile, the younger ones finished up their supper and began clamoring all over him. “I’ll prepare the folding bed for you,” Elisheva said. “But today, it’s going right here near the sliding door, because I don’t want you infecting anyone else, okay?” “Fine,” he murmured, feeling his eyes
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punishment we got away with,” just ate supper.” growing hotter by the minute. “My grandfather hears fine, ba- Miri was dreading having to tell her “Does your head hurt a lot? Do ruch Hashem,” she whispered to him. mother what she’d done. you want some of Tatty’s tea?” But it was very easy to tell it all to “It hurts, but I don’t think it’s a “A lot of people don’t realize that, migraine..” He looked at her, his because he speaks so quietly and Zeidy. It was literally like speaking vision blurred, as she dragged the slowly, but he hears everything, be- to the plates and the soap bubbles. bed into the room. Elisheva opened lieve me. I’ve seen it happen lots of She scrubbed and talked, rinsed and talked, wiped down the counit and went to bring a clean sheet times.” She remembered the time when ter and talked, and throughout it and pillow. she was in sixth grade and needed all, Zeidy sat at the table behind her, Cuckoo! Cuckoo! to bring a signed note from her eating in silence. Finally, he said, Binyamin jumped. “It’s the cuckoo clock again!” the parents for some out-of-line behav- “Hmmm…” And that was all. But as she’d gotten ready to leave ior. She had come that evening to little ones cried gleefully. “Did you know it already works help out Bubby, of blessed memory. the house later that night, while for real, Binyamin?” Shloimy stood While she stood in the kitchen and Zeidy was preparing to leave for with his hands behind his back. “It washed dishes, as Bubby rested Ma’ariv, he suddenly turned to her suddenly started working — a lot of in the other room, Zeidy sat and and said, “Tell Mommy that you times already! Soon it’s going to be ate supper. Miri began to tell her won’t cut class again.” all fixed, and it will always tell the grandfather about the geography To this day, she remembered the test she’d had that day — how she’d surprised smile that had crossed time!” “But whenever my friends come, planned to study, but somehow it her lips. So her grandfather had it doesn’t work,” Itzik heard all that she’d said! complained. “So they He’d patted her shouldon’t believe me that der. “And mean it,” he THE THERMOMETER there’s a cuckoo bird livadded. ing in the clock.” “Okay,” she’d said. INDICATED THAT, AS USUAL, Binyamin raised “Have a good night, HIS MOTHER WAS RIGHT — his eyes to the tiny bird Zeidy.” HE WAS RUNNING A FEVER. standing in the openHe’d murmured in ing of the large wooden response, as though he clock, still cuckooing for hadn’t said a word to her, all it was worth. “That’s strange,” hadn’t worked out, and she’d pan- and they’d parted. He went to his he said. He wanted to stand up for icked that she might fail the test. regular eight o’clock minyan, and a closer look, but he felt very un- When one of the girls who also she went home. Somehow, after hadn’t studied for the test decided that, it was suddenly so easy to tell steady. Elisheva and Riki came in with a to skip math class and study geog- Mommy everything. pillow, blanket and sheet, and in no raphy instead, because the math And it wasn’t only then. Over time his bed was ready. The cuckoo teacher wasn’t coming that day the years, she had amassed similar and there would be a substitute, incidents in her memory, collectbird quieted down. A painkiller, some mumbled re- Miri had decided to join her. She’d ing them lovingly, as if they were quest that they should wake him up been afraid, but her friend had crumbs of gold, and preserving for Maariv, and Binyamin sank into been so sure that they wouldn’t get them deep inside her. Before she’d a deep sleep. Something dull kept caught, claiming that the substitute gotten engaged she’d also come niggling at his brain, over and over wouldn’t know. And Miri, afraid to here — it was already after Zeidy’s again. He wondered through the fail the geography test, had agreed stroke — to speak to him. She’d told fog if it was the cuckoo bird pecking and gone along with her. him all the details about the shidBut the substitute had taken at- duch, and he’d listened silently. A at him. But it was something else. tendance and had known exactly moment after she’d decided that who was supposed to be in her class Zeidy probably had been sleeping ***** that day and who wasn’t. the entire time — because he’d been Miri and her friend had been very weak then — he’d suddenly This time, Yaakov came along with Miri for her visit to Zeidy. Saba caught, and they’d been sternly spoken up, his eyes still half closed, was clearly very happy to see them, rebuked. 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and learning quietly when she’d come, and she’d waited for him to finish. When he closed his sefer, she began talking to him about her maternity leave ending, and about where she was thinking of sending Shmuely when she went back to work, and the advantages and drawbacks of the municipal daycare center as opposed to a private babysitter. When she’d fallen silent, Zeidy had also been quiet for a long moment, and then he’d asked, “And Tzippy?” “What about Tzippy?” she’d asked, her voice laced with unease. Zeidy must have remembered what had happened during their previous visit together. He didn’t answer. With his left hand, which trembled slightly, he opened the drawer of the night table near his bed. There was a closed envelope in it. “This is for you,” he said quietly. “For you, your mother and Tzippy.” “What is it?” She’d curiously leaned forward. But Zeidy pushed the drawer closed. “Tickets for a raffle,” he said after a long moment. “Someone sold you raffle tickets?” she asked, perplexed. “Why did you buy them, Zeidy?” She vaguely remembered Mommy telling them how Zeidy had bought lottery tickets when he was younger, calling it, “my hishtadlus.” He’d never won, but he wasn’t concerned by that. In recent years, he’d stopped this practice, perhaps because he no longer had the money to spare for raffles. But he didn’t seem too concerned about that either. Zeidy always radiated calm, placidity and total acceptance of whatever happened to him. “Who sold you the tickets, Zeidy?” She hoped it wasn’t some scammer who had come to swindle an old man out of his money, like in some books that she’d read. “Emmanuel,” Zeidy said. “Emmanuel?” Her grandfather smiled. “The one with the dogs.” “Who, that new worker here? With the two tiny dogs? What are they called again… I think Binyamin knew… whatever. So why did Emmanuel sell you raffle tickets? Is he an agent or something?” She needed to tell this to her mother. It was important for her to know things like this. But her grandfather just smiled dimly in the face of her torrent of words, and didn’t respond. “Why did you buy them, Zeidy?” she repeated, wondering if he’d answer, “Hishtadlus.” But Zeidy still didn’t reply. She stood up to prepare a cup of tea for him, and then soothed a whimpering Shmuely, quickly, before Emmanuel and his two dogs would show up to scold her again about her noisy baby. Maybe he’d try selling her raffle tickets at the same time, too. Right before she left, her grandfather had fixed his gaze on her and said, “For a big house for you.” To be continued...
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Strong Economic Results Boost Trump THE PULSE: The Dow Jones Industrials set another record high closing at 28,004 points, capping a four-week winning streak. Unemployment numbers remain at their historic lows of 3.6 percent. Sentier Research, a well-respected research group, released a study showing that the typical middleclass family saw an increase in income of approximately $5,000 since Trump’s inauguration. Additionally, there were some positive developments regarding outstanding trade issues. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced on Thursday that a
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deal on the passage of the administration’s USMCA trade deal with Canada and Mexico was imminent. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said that negotiations over the first phase of a U.S.-China trade deal were in their final stages. THE IMPACT: These economic successes continue
to buoy President Trump and help him maintain public support in the face of impeachment proceedings over his actions with Ukraine. The continued strong financial numbers also serve to undermine the argument of those who warned of impending economic doom as a result of the administration’s harsh trade policies. If the administration can close in on its trade deals and achieve its trade priorities, and should the U.S. economy continue to maintain
its strength through the 2020 election cycle, it will serve to significantly boost Trump’s chances of reelection.
Governor Deval Patrick Enters Race THE PULSE: Former Massachusetts Governor Deval
Patrick announced that he is entering the crowded Democratic Presidential Primary. Patrick currently works at Bain Capital, the firm that former Massachusetts Governor and current Utah Senator Mitt Romney founded in 1984. Patrick is considered a moderate, though he has a record of raising taxes throughout his two terms as governor. THE IMPACT: Patrick’s late entry into the race surprised many, and his candidacy is considered a long shot. However, Patrick’s entry is indicative of the fact that there are heavyweights in the Democratic Party who are concerned about the roster of candidates that the party is currently fielding. They are worried that the party is being pulled too far to the left by the likes of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. They also fear that although Joe Biden is still a leading centrist candidate, his weaknesses have been exposed, and he may be unable to hold his lead throughout a sustained primary challenge. There is also concern that he will falter in what will undoubtedly be a grueling general election.
Democrats Retain Louisiana Governorship THE PULSE: Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards
defeated his Republican challenger Eddie Rispone to retain the Louisiana governorship. It is the second Democratic victory in a governor’s race in a deep red state this month. Earlier in the month, Democrat Andy Beshear defeated Republican Governor Matt Bevin in the Kentucky gubernatorial race. THE IMPACT: President Trump campaigned heavily for Bevin and Rispone. He encouraged Republican voters in Louisiana to hand him a much-needed win and cast the election as a referendum on the impeachment proceedings against him in Washington. The fact that despite Trump’s efforts voters in deep red states were not swayed and chose to elect Democrats may be an indication of trouble for Trump and his reelection bid. However, John Bel Edwards is part of a
shrinking breed of conservative Democrats. Many of his positions are out of line with mainstream Democratic orthodoxy. It is likely that his policy positions improved his electability and made it difficult for Rispone to tar him with the label of being a progressive liberal.
Impeachment Roundup THE PULSE: The public testimony phase of the House Impeachment proceedings commenced on Wednesday. The first day of public hearings featured career diplomat and Ukraine chargé d’affaires Bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs George Kent. Former Ukrainian Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch testified on Thursday. They testified under oath to the existence of efforts within the administration to pressure the Ukrainians to investigate the Bidens and to investigate interference in the 2016 election. In closed-door testimony, NSC official Tim Morrison and Mike Pence aide Jennifer Williams testified that Trump’s actions were unusual and inappropriate. REPUBLICAN RESPONSE: Republicans have tried to fend off these allegations by focusing on the process and claiming that the impeachment process approved by congressional Democrats is unfair to the president. They have also focused on the fact that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has refused to allow the original whistleblower to testify. Last, they have dismissed the testimony given to Congress to date as mere hearsay. THE IMPACT: It has yet to be seen if any of these arguments will resonate with voters who are not already stalwart Trump supporters. The impeachment proceedings are now open and in full view. Transcripts have been released. The public will decide for themselves if the process is fair or not. As for the whistleblower, there is a strong argument that his identity needs to be protected both for himself and to enable future whistleblowers to report their concerns without fear of having their identities exposed. Furthermore, there is little to be gained from his actual testimony. The concerns that he highlighted in his complaint have been corroborated by people who have listened in to the call and by multiple diplomats who have worked in the Ukraine. The public may come to see the constant focus on the whistleblower as nothing more than a diversionary tactic. Additionally, directives handed down through an administration’s chain of command cannot be easily dismissed as mere hearsay. They may not be direct knowledge of a president’s intention, but they are
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Sliced Turkey Roast INGREDIENTS
Since I have an aversion to bottled sauces with their abundance of sugar and additives, I’m always trying new ideas to give my meat and poultry dishes flavor without relying on commercial stuff — and this is how this unusual blend of ingredients came about. The apricots add a sweet and tart burst of flavor similar to duck sauce, while the wine and orange juice serve as tenderizers, creating a dish that’s almost too good for a simple supper.
2½–3 lb. whole turkey breasts or cutlets with skin on 1 onion, sliced 1 clove garlic 6 dried apricots (or some apricot jam) ¼ cup white wine ¾ cup orange juice 2 T. honey (or dash of stevia) 1 T. soy sauce ½ tsp. salt ⅛ tsp. white pepper
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DIRECTIONS 1. Place all ingredients except turkey into a 4- to 6-quart pot and cook until boiling. 2. Pull skin tightly around each piece of turkey, and gently place into boiling liquid. Reduce heat to low, and simmer gently for about 2½ hours. 3. Remove from heat. Move turkey pieces to one side of pot and use a hand blender to blend cooking liquids (onion, garlic and apricots included) into a smooth, thick sauce. (You may omit this step if you do not have a fleishig hand blender.) 4. To serve, remove skin from turkey and slice each cutlet into several thick slices.
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“So what occupation should I put?” Penguin inquired. “Clothing dyer.” At that, Penguin spun on his heel and stared penetratingly at Adolfo. “Do you know how to remove ink stains?” “Of course.” And with that, Adolfo was recruited to the Resistance. ***** Adolfo and a few other talented members of the Resistance set up shop in a Parisian apartment only blocks away from the infamous Notre Dame, posing as artists as a way to explain the pungent chemical smells coming from the apartment to the neighbors. They were racing against the clock, or as Adolfo called it, “racing against death.” While the malach hamaves swept across the land, Adolfo and his crew pulled out pen and ink and began to work. They replaced Jewishsounding names with French ones on some documents, erased bold red stamps that proclaimed the bearer of the document a Jew, prepared new birth certificates to match made-up identities, and forged the signatures of government officials. On average, the young workers were able to produce 500 fraudulent but lifesaving documents a week. One day, however, Adolfo was requested to produce documents for 300 children in only three days. With each child requiring three types of documentation, they’d have to churn out an astonishing 900 official identification papers in only 72 hours. The mission was impossible. Impossible! But impossible was not an option… It was a fight against sleep, a fight against
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death. Despite utter exhaustion, Adolfo forged on forging: erasing, writing, stamping — knowing that with each document, the life of another Jewish child was resting in his hands. The refrain “30 lives an hour” kept playing in his mind. If he was able to make 30 identities in one hour, how could he give in to sleep for even 60 minutes?! Only when his body gave out did he give in, resting just until he could force himself to stay awake once more, and then he continued working. 900 documents in 72 hours. 300 children saved. Mission accomplished. ***** Who was the Paris Forger? Who was enabling thousands of Jews to vanish? The French police and their Nazi cohorts were baffled, constantly on the lookout for the criminals who were ruining their plans… Little did they know that the Paris Forger was a seventeen-year-old boy who fought the evil empire, the Angel of Death and his own urge to sleep with one simple thought: It’s 30 lives an hour. Adolfo Kaminsky is credited with providing lifesaving documents for an estimated 14,000 Yidden during the Holocaust, with between 1,500 and 3,000 being children. He also provided false documents after the war for Yidden to be able to enter Eretz Yisroel. Adolfo refused to accept compensation for any of his work.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 2015:
It was a typical Erev Shabbos for most Yidden in France. Some were finishing their workday, others were busy at home completing their Shabbos prep, and of course, there were those who had gone shopping for last-minute items to grace their Shabbos tables. For the unfortunate few who popped into the Hyper Cacher grocery store in East Paris, the day would devolve into madness. While shoppers were busy ringing up their purchases, a heavily armed man burst into the store and demanded the doors be locked. “I am Amedy Coulibaly, Malian and Muslim,” he declared. “I belong to the Islamic State.” Shoppers scattered in all directions, seeking a way to escape, while a few brave Yidden confronted the terrorist, attempting to take him down but having their own lives snuffed out in the process. Lassana Bathily, a loyal worker, rushed a handful of people into the basement where he locked them into the freezer for their own protection. There, the father of a three-year-old and the mother of a onemonth-old baby cuddled their children, trying to keep them warm while praying for a yeshuah. Thankfully, police managed to establish phone communication with one of the shoppers in the freezer and were able to cut the electricity in order to prevent the newborn from succumbing to hypothermia. The hostages hid in that freezer for several hours until, finally, the sounds of explosions and gunfire could be heard above. The terrorist had been neutralized. 114 / THE MONSEY VIEW / November 20, 2019 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484
A TRIO OF TERRORISM
Only two days prior to the horrors at Hyper Cacher, brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi had carried out a deadly attack at the office of Parisian newspaper Charlie Hebdo, murdering twelve and injuring eleven. In the days after both of these attacks, it was discovered that the Kouachi brothers and Amedy Coulibaly had planned their attacks together, intending to sow widespread fear over France. Additionally, it was discovered that the Kalashnikov rifles that all three carried, as well as the grenade launcher Coulibaly had, were illegally purchased for less than 5,000 euros — the funding provided by the Kouchi brothers. For several years the French government had been monitoring the siblings, having been tipped off by U.S. intelligence that they’d undergone terrorist training in Yemen. By 2013, however, surveillance of Cherif was suspended as he seemed to be moving away from violent ideology and instead began to dabble in the so-called “victimless crime” of selling counterfeit goods. Surveillance of his brother was dropped the following year. In retrospect, however, authorities kicked themselves for being so foolish:
The knockoff Nikes being sold by Cherif went straight to funding the weapons used in the Hyper Cacher and Charlie Hebdo attacks. ***** For those of us living in the lap of American luxury, it comes as a shock when we learn that those simple street vendors hawking lookalikes of popular brands might just be pawns — or even major players — in an underground world with nefarious intent. Could those copycat goods being sold for a bargain really be financing those who revel in death and destruction? Sadly, the answer is yes. Clear connections have been made in recent years between crime syndicates, street gangs, terrorist organizations and the wide world of fakes. Intellectual property theft, counterfeiting and other forms of fraud are cash cows that provide funds for people and activities we’d all prefer to know nothing about. In a 2003 testimony before Congress, the Secretary General of Interpol announced that the pirating of software and the like is becoming the preferred method of funding for many terrorist organizations. He shared that groups such as the Chechen rebels, Al Qaeda and Hezbollah have been discovered to heavily benefit from counterfeiting. In fact, an Al Qaeda training manual that was discovered explicitly encouraged its members to engage in the selling of counterfeits as a profitable means of funding their activities. For the average shopper, it’s hard to imagine that low-priced fraudulent goods can bring in a pretty penny, but bring in an income they certainly do. Many times, a knockoff can result in more than 2,000 percent profit! With many counterfeit products manufactured in slave labor factories that use child labor or forcibly control workers by locking them into the building with no chance of escape, the cost of production is nearly negligible — meaning that even low prices paid on the street turn hefty profits. But the truth is, it’s not just street corners and back alleys where counterfeit products are sold; many times, they’ll be sold in retail storefronts or at wholesale trade shows. To bring this point home, counterfeit investigator Alistair Gray shared during a presentation that “For a few years, I also used to attend automotive trade shows taking place in huge exhibition spaces, but away from the Ferraris and the Bentleys and the flashing lights, there’d be companies selling fakes: companies with a brochure on the counter and another one underneath, if you ask them the right questions. And they would sell me
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HYPER C ACHER KEDOSHIM Four Yidden were murdered when taken captive inside Hyper Cacher. They lost their lives for being Yidden. Two of them attempted to bring down the terrorist before they were killed. Hashem yikom damam.
Yoav Hattab, Hy”d, 21
Phillippe Braham, Hy”d, 40
Yohan Cohen, Hy”d, 22
Francois-Michel Saada, Hy”d, 64
fake car parts, faulty fake car parts that have been estimated to cause over 36,000 fatalities... on our roads each year.” With unscrupulous buyers and sellers promoting the proliferation of fakes, the crime of counterfeiting is out of hand. For too many years, law enforcement organizations turned a mostly blind eye to fake-hawkers, not dreaming that knockoff Gucci bags and Prada shoes were part of a chain that fed less-than-benevolent giants with a steady stream of cash. Because of this, the established punishments for selling counterfeit goods rarely serve as deterrents. As Kris Buckner, a licensed private investigator specializing in intellectual property theft, said at the 2005 Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs United States Senate: “For these criminals, it is simply a matter of
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business… They get caught selling counterfeit goods, they get probation.” And when probation is over, they’re right back on the streets, doing it once again. THE LIFEBLOOD OF TERRORISTS
“Do you know who the man in this photograph is?” This question was posed to Lieutenant John Stedman of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department during a raid on a suspect’s home in which thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit clothing was seized. The lieutenant recounts: “I saw small Hezbollah flags displayed in the suspect’s bedroom. Next to the flags was a photograph of Hassan Nasrallah, whom I recognized as the leader of Hezbollah.” When the lieutenant replied that he did indeed know who the subject of the photo was, the suspect’s wife said, “We love him because he protects us from the Jews.’’ With such ardent (and brainwashed) devotees to various terrorist groups, it comes as no surprise that billions of dollars worth of funding are finding their way overseas to places such as Lebanon, home of Hezbollah. In one outstanding case, a cell of more than 20 Hezbollah agents in Charlotte, North Carolina, was busted by U.S. law enforcement over fraudulent activities that resulted in their sending at least $8 million back to their home base. As President George W. Bush put it: “Money is the lifeblood of terrorist operations.” And money is easily found in counterfeits. While we, as individuals, may not have much power to completely stop the terrorist blood banks from functioning, if we exercise prudence when it comes to purchasing potentially fake products, we just may be able to slow down the trickle of lifeblood, one drop at a time.
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My first encounter with a â€œget-rich-quickâ€? scheme was a chain letter I received while in the sixth grade. The offer sounded positively sweet!
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S Send just one pack of stickers to the person at the top of the list, the letter advised, then remove the top name and move everyone up one spot. Now add your name to the bottom of the list. Make six copies and send this letter to six friends. Don’t break the chain! You can receive 1,296 packs of stickers! Minimal investment with massive payout. What’s not to love? But my clever mama cautioned me: Don’t. I doubt she aware that she was protecting me from committing a crime (quite illegal on both state and federal levels). Rather, through life
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experience, she knew to point out that the math was unsustainable. Even if I could possibly believe that one thousand, two hundred and ninety-six girls would play along and bother to send that pack of stickers (what was I planning to do with that many, anyway?), by the time these girls would send it one level further, they would collectively need to reach out to 7,776 participants! Where would they find that many girls? If you still remember your grade school math lessons, in exponents, changing a base of 6 from the 4th to the 5th power, means going from 1,296 (64) to 7,776 (65). If that still seems feasible, let’s try to imagine that the second “generation” after you also attempts to send the letter further. At this point we’re at 6 to the 6th power (or 66), which gives us a grand total of 46,656 — too obviously an impossible number. If the math confuses you, know that you’re not alone — and that it is supposed to.
The real reason these “getrich-quick” schemes are illegal centers on the fact that it preys on the gullible and desperate.
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The idea behind these “offers” is to excite the recipient of the letter and not have them look too closely at the details, lest they inevitably recognize the fact that the plan isn’t feasible — and that if it were to continue, the “market” would be completely “saturated” still before their name would get to the top of the list.
GET SMART Market saturation is a common concern for this type of “investment.” But first let’s call this business proposal by its real name. Essentially, a chain letter is a pyramid scheme. One need only study the premise superficially to readily surmise that for this type of “business” to survive, and for the promised “unlimited potential” to be feasible, then this world would need trillions of residents by the time we get to only the 16th level of investors. Never mind that out of the 7.53 billion humans on this planet (give or take), a large percentage cannot afford to participate, or likely don’t even speak a common language. Simple math will tell you that at the 13th level (just the 13th time this same letter is passed on to six people) we’ve already handed this letter twice to all of earth’s residents, language and financial barriers notwithstanding. This, in a nutshell, explains the logistical complications with the concept. Additionally, it helps us understand why even the simplest form of the pyramid scheme, the chain letter, is also illegal. There’s the sad fact that the only ones participating in such schemes are those desperate enough to believe in the dream — and the ones unscrupulous enough to conceive a way to manipulate it for their benefit. Because, if one is so inclined, it is way too easy to change the names on the list to aliases or friends. It is also quite simple to send it to more people in the hopes of statistically more positive results — thus ensuring an even more saturated market. The real reason these “get-rich-quick” schemes are illegal goes beyond their not being viable business plans, and centers on the fact that it preys on the gullible and desperate.
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The term “con man” is the shortened version of “confidence man,” wherein a grifter wins the trust or “confidence” of his mark, and thereafter swindles him out of his money. The term was coined for a Samuel Thompson, a crook who was arrested in 1849. Incidentally, Thomspson was rather sloppy at conning people — and was thus quickly caught. Still, he earned the moniker because the public misunderstood a satirical news report written about his crime. The police took to using the apt descriptor for other scammers, and the name stuck.
GET RICH QUICK The best things in life may be free, but the rest of it sure cost a pretty penny. And in the effort to keep their heads above the water, it seems that far too many are searching for the easiest and quickest way to replenish the bank account before the next withdrawal. Most haven’t given up on the idea that they will miraculously strike it truly rich one day. Hey, if that guy was able to, the thinking goes, why can’t I? It is on these hapless souls that con men prey — and they’re gumptious enough to assume they can get away with it. There is much debate whether con artists are sociopaths, who lack the ability to feel empathy. What is readily easy to discern from their selfishness is that they are typically narcissists, with little concern for their victims. The difference between the con artist and sociopath is that the con artist is actually quite adept at recognizing human emotion — and he uses that to his advantage. He doesn’t directly steal from his victims; he doesn’t need to. Instead he wins their confidence by portraying himself as an honest, trustworthy guy, and the mark then willingly hands over his money, confident that the funds are now in safe hands.
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Not all cons look the same. That would be too easy. There are likely dozens of variations on perpetrating even the typical scams, so they aren’t easily recognizable. The common denominator in all of them is the promise of something for practically nothing — when in reality their intention is to offer nothing for something. They pyramid scheme is rather trans-
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parent. Anyone can logically deduce that it won’t work in the long term. In essence, it is designed for the gullible and truly needy — those fortune-less or foolish enough to be taken in. The more clever variant, with a far richer clientele, is the Ponzi scheme. Unlike a pyramid scheme, which explicitly advises its victims that the money will be coming from new “investors,” and thus there’s a benefit to arriving higher up on the ladder, a Ponzi scheme approaches well-to-do marks with a convoluted “too complicated to explain” concept — alongside “proof” that it works. The relatively savvy businessmen, who’d never consider anything as crass as a pyramid scheme, are totally hoodwinked into thinking that they have chanced upon that one-in-a-million investment. If the con man does his job right, he earns the confidence of his victim, and will likely have them see him, the “investment banker,” as a hero. Even once the scam starts to unravel, many have a hard time accepting that their hero might well be the villain, and will instead fault the SEC or other government entity for disrupting their road to affluence.
The most famous Ponzi scheme that most are familiar with is Bernie Madoff’s massive haul that got him a 150-year prison sentence. What makes this scam more notable than most is the fact that it was the largest ($65 billion) and also longest-running (close to 50 years!) con in history. “If something seems too good to be true,” the adage goes, “it probably is.” The popularity of the maxim notwithstanding, it hasn’t deterred some eager entrepreneurs from investing in a “sure thing.” Despite the mild, or even gnawing concern, they are overwhelmed with the temptation
to place their trust in the promised security. Investments, by their very nature, leave room for error. It all boils down to human nature — both the assumption that someone is clever enough to control all factors, as well as the desire for security.
Charles Ponzi, of the eponymous scheme, understood human nature well. After arriving in the U.S. from Italy in 1903, Ponzi soon found himself in trouble for cheating customers. He disappeared to Canada, where he spent some years in prison for passing a forged check. He soon realized that he’d need to come up with a clever new plan, and quite surprisingly, he did. It wasn’t a scam, not in so many words; this one was more about outsmarting the system — but for the most part, it was quite legal. Ponzi realized that postal coupons could be purchased in one country and then redeemed in another at different values, due to the fluctuation of the dollar. He took to “investing” in this commodity and cashing it out at a profit. The scheme paid off, and he soon realized that he could use that as the “business model” to get others to invest with the promise of huge returns. Only he didn’t quite continue with postage stamps, because much like the fallibility of the pyramid concept, there never would have been enough stamps in the world to support the millions his business supposedly generated! By 1920, he set up shop in Boston, where he managed to recruit investors with the promise of 50 percent returns in mere days (he later sweetened the deal by promising 100 percent profit in 90 days). Investors would hand over their cash, and sure enough, Ponzi would get them the promised return. With money flowing in from the new investors, he managed to pay off the old ones with the new influx of cash. Then things got even better for him. Because so many wanted to reinvest their returns in this wonderful business — in the hopes that their profits would grow ever larger — Ponzi didn’t even need to pay off old investors; he simply advised them of their “profits” in paper statements. With his
The common denominator in all of these schemes is the promise of something for practically nothing — when in reality their intention is to offer nothing for something. charm and smooth reassurances, he was able to placate worried customers and keep the game running. In less than a year, Ponzi raked in nearly $7 million — more than $90 million in today’s currency. For almost two years, he dazzled the public and dumbfounded the authorities. But his downfall came as swiftly as his meteoric rise. It didn’t take long for financial analysts and the Postal Service to determine that the entire business model was a scam (he would have needed to move 160 million postal coupons to match the numbers he seemed to be generating, but there were only 27,000 of said coupons circulating!). Still, many of his trusted investors were so beguiled by him, that while some came clamoring for their money back, many decided to leave their in-
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Red Flags: The following three factors should immediate raise your suspicions when introduced to an investment opportunity: • If you are assured that anyone who gets in on the deal will strike it rich within a few months to a year. • If the investor insists that they have a secret, “brilliant” formula that no one else seems to know about. • If the investor pressures you to commit, by either telling you the deal is only available for a short amount of time, that you can get a special discount if you sign up quickly, or that there is a limited amount of slots left.
vested funds in the “business,” fully certain that Ponzi will have their back. Conmanship at its best. Or worst.
Ponzi wasn’t the first. Sadly, there have always been some who considered it the height of genius to conceive a way of swindling their neighbors. Even this very play of paying existing investors with fresh deposits, thus creating the illusion of a profit, has existed for centuries before. Formerly known as “robbing Peter to pay Paul,” this was the type of con that our former president Ulysses S. Grant fell victim to in 1884 — and the scam left him penniless. No, Ponzi wasn’t the first and Madoff wasn’t the last. As recently as this past September, a former NYC teacher was sentenced to two years for a $71 million Ponzi scam. The tragic truth is that as long as human greed exists, there will be people who will be swindled out of their money. Sadly, it is often greed on the part of the victim, too, that has them fall prey. We’d do well to remember that there is no such thing as an easy win. At the beginning of creation, Adam Harishon was told by Hashem that only by the sweat of his brow will he eat his bread. This is the ultimate takeaway: there’s no free ride. Now if you’ll send this article to six people, who, in turn, will send it to six people…
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he street is bustling, teeming with humanity. Tourists saunter down the sidewalks, taking in the sights, stopping only to inspect the wares — handbags, purses, electronics, jewelry — displayed at open-air stalls and bare-bones storefronts lining the street.
The sound of haggling is heard above the multi-lingual yapping as items exchange hands for puny amounts. Some products look vaguely familiar, inspired by goods of famous brands. (The shoddy workmanship of these cheap designer lookalikes will only become obvious later...) Thrilling bargains for some, but this is not what many are after. They’re looking for the real deals — reals that are, in fact, fake too. Suddenly there’s a whisper in a tourist’s ear. Gucci, Prada, Chanel? Louis Vuitton? An almost imperceptible nod from the tourist and silently, surreptitiously, pretending he had never spoken, the whisperer heads down the street in a steady clip, the picture of nonchalance as he signals for the potential customer to keep pace. Mid-stride, he stops and slinks into a back alley, or descends a murky staircase, or punches in the alarm code to access a hidden back room, or even yanks a car door open, into which the tourist is summoned.
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From under a ratty blanket or dark shopping bags emerge Rolex watches, designer handbags and purses bearing logos and trademarks — replicas of actual designer wear. In a car, the tinted windows hide the activity as the vehicle slowly cruises down the streets, negotiations ringing loud. In hidden rooms, the dealer remains on the phone — in contact with his partner manning the storefront — his ear cocked to hear if there is anyone on their trail, as the customer, fingering the leather (plastic?), is hurried along. In the dark alley, a vendor holds a brochure under her cascading pashmina, while keeping a tense eye trained on the street. They have reason to fear. The police are after them.
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In the open, the gray market flourishes. While nothing about their activities is completely legal, they’re left to operate. Many of these gray goods are so cheap both because the materials are inferior, and also because unauthorized sales and illegal entry to the country cut out tax and regular import fees. These goods, out in plain sight, are knockoffs — imitation products inspired by the models of original designer merchandise, but obviously enough not the real thing. And in the hidden crevices, the black market booms. There’s a reason they’re so well concealed, why vendors close up shop and flee with their portable stalls in the midst of a deal... Because as opposed to knockoffs that are obviously fake, these are counterfeits, exact replicas (or sincere attempts thereof). Their quality is more often than not greatly compromised, but they bear illegally copied trademarks, logos and designs. Besides the many street sites where one can purchase a fake, with the uptick of e-commerce — and the anonymity, the evasiveness and the global reach it provides — cyberspace is teeming with illegit sell-
ers, at this point accounting for 70 percent of counterfeit goods sales. Shocking indeed — to those who’ve never heard of AliExpress, that is.
THE MAKE OF A FAKE
It comes as no surprise that the breeding ground for counterfeit production is China, who according the The Counterfeit Report, produces 80 percent of the world’s fakes. And who are the takers? Embarrassingly enough, our country. The United States purchases about 60 to 80 percent of these products. There are different ways counterfeiters copy the original products, and these are reflected in how convincing the counterfeit is. If it’s a fake that really stumps the consumers — and even experts — by smelling the smell, looking the look, and behaving just like the brand product, we must concede to the theory of third-shift counterfeiting, also known as factory extras. While this phenomenon definitely exists to some extent, designers claim that they are very rare. Perhaps because indeed it is so, and counterfeiters are just selling the tale so that people should grab their goods — or perhaps because brands want to gloss over the fact that their Asian partners may be a lot less than scrupulous. Extensive research was done on the topic of yuandan, as these black market luxury goods are known in China. Once the morning and afternoon shifts are over, is what was concluded about a decade ago, factory workers remain and run another shift through the night, using the same patterns either with extra factory materials or with their own substitutes (which obviously affect the quality). Workers then sell these products clandestinely for a fraction of the price of the real deal. Much more common than merchandise actually
manufactured in the factories are fakes that are copied off one sample. In those cases, counterfeiters get hold of a designer product and take it apart to use as a guide from which they copy the design and pattern. The resulting high-quality merchandise can almost pass as the real thing. In 2012, nine members of a smuggling ring in New York were discovered purchasing authentic designer merchandise, and then shipping those “samples” to a counterfeiter in China. In the three years until they were caught, they had imported more than $300 million worth of counterfeit goods, and then, with the profits, splurged on real designer goods for themselves. Then there are those fakes that are obviously not real, but thrilling for some just the same. These are often copied off a picture and have a similar look, but the fit, quality, coloring and bounce will be totally off. In China, yuandan items are ranked with five levels: 1:1, Super A, A, B and C. Super A and A products are very
UNREAL BARGAINS There are hotbeds of counterfeit business dotting the globe. Canal Street’s Chinatown in Manhattan is one famous fake market. In California it is the Santee Alley fashion district in LA where those seeking knockoffs head to. In Shenzhen, China, the five-story fake market, the Luohu Commercial Center, has a lot of undercover business, despite the signs all over, hung by the police, warning of theft of intellectual property. Feria de Bellcaire, Barcelona’s flea market, is full of tables laden with ware of questionable origins. London, Paris… each corner of the globe has its notorious fake street.
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SAVINGS — AT WHICH EXPENSE? SAFETY Many counterfeit products can cause injury, especially pharmaceuticals, electronics and baby gear. Never purchase anything without being sure that lack of regulations and approvals don’t compromise safety. CHILD LABOR Innocent children are only one class of victims involved in the manufacture of these illegal goods.
convincing imitations, but still distinguishable to the trained eye. The 1:1 products are so real-looking that even a seasoned expert might not be able to tell it apart from the real thing.
EFFECT ON ECONOMY American businesses and industries lose out billions in revenue when counterfeit goods are purchased. Many of these items are not taxed, which also affects our government. Finally, designer companies lose out on billions of dollars invested in production and marketing due to the dealings of unscrupulous companies.
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Our country’s first line of defense for imports weeds out a lot of counterfeit goods being smuggled into the country. Year by year, the Customs and Border Protection seizes all kinds of counterfeit products heading to the U.S. for retail sale. However, smugglers can be clever, declaring entire containers as innocuous items (coat hangers, picture frames), and many products do worm their way in. Online purchases pose a whole different inspection challenge, since goods very often get delivered straight to costumers’ doors with small parcel mail. At official black market locations, police have cracked down on counterfeit sales in the last decade and a half, making vendors quake in their boots, even as they continue their nefarious work. In 2008, the Bloomberg administration clamped down on Canal Street counterfeits, raiding 32 stores and confiscating over $1 million worth of Coach bags, Oakley sunglasses and Rolex watches, and arresting 967 (!) people for trademark counterfeiting. Arrests and seizures are still regularly made, and a definite decline is being seen in NYC. In Los Angeles, Santee Alley was once a thriving counterfeit industry, with the fashion district being notorious for the place where one could buy the best knockoffs and fakes in the country. Today, now that
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police have established their presence in the market, closing up counterfeit enterprises and seizing millions of dollars’ worth of merchandise, there are some clandestine business deals, few and far between (and some vendors who will affix the logo you desire onto any bag!), but it’s a mere echo of its former self. Although it’s a task that is much more difficult, ecommerce giants have been at the receiving end of a lot
The short answer from a moral standpoint is obviously no. But is it illegal? In the U.S., federal law protecting trademarks makes it illegal to knowingly traffic counterfeit goods. As of now, though, the Department of Justice doesn’t prohibit an individual from purchasing counterfeit products for personal use. There is a proposed bill in New York, which if passed, will cost a fake-seeker $1,000 or even jail time if caught purchasing a fake designer product. It hasn’t passed since its proposal some seven years ago, but it might go into effect at one point. So while no one will be breaking a law by walking around with a designer-looking handbag, it just doesn’t feel right to knowingly do so. To paraphrase the Customs and Border Protection, if it seems like a steal, well, it is one.
THE FACTS ON FAKES • According to Forbes, counterfeiting was the largest criminal enterprise in the world in 2018. • Canal Street became a destination in the ‘80s. First to be sold in Chinatown were Rolexes, then Swiss army knives, and in about 2000, Chinatown became the ultimate destination for knockoff and counterfeit bags and purses. • Some brand companies have produced items making fun of counterfeiters. Gucci has joined the fake fight both with the manufacture of items bearing the words “Real Gucci” and also with a line in which they spelled their brand “Guccy.” Dolce & Gabbana released a leather pouch with studs and crystals emblazoned with the words “This is a D&G Fake Bag” — and they charge over $2,000 for it! • Nike is the most counterfeited brand globally, and Rayban, Rolex, Supreme and Louis Vuitton are most commonly copied for knock-offs. • Thailand actually has a museum of counterfeit goods, showcasing an accumulation of more than 4,000 counterfeit goods to raise awareness of the topic.
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The paper the Federal Reserve uses to print bills is made of one-quarter linen and three-quarters cotton, and has red and blue security fibers running through it. This paper, along with its raised ink printing, gives U.S. currency its trademark texture.
Have you ever wondered why $1 bills and $2 bills have remained the same since 1963 and 1976, respectively, while larger denominations have already seen several redesigns? The reason is simple: The government updates the design of Federal Reserve notes in order to deter counterfeiters, and since the $1 and $2 bills are rarely counterfeited (simply because it’s not worth the effort), introducing new designs aren’t necessary. Additionally, in regard to $1 bills only, Section 117 of the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, 2019, reads: This section bars Treasury or the Bureau of Engraving and Printing from using funds to redesign the $1 Federal Reserve note. And if there’s no money, then there most definitely is no change…
U.S. bills of currency were first issued as Legal Tender Notes in 1861 or 1862. Until 1928, the bills were of much larger size than today’s greenbacks, measuring at approximately 7.4218 by 3.125 inches.
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THE $1 BILL
Estimated Lifespan: 5.8 years Value in Circulation (in 2017): $12.1 billion
The very first $1 bill was issued in 1862 and featured a portrait of Salmon P. Chase, who served as the Secretary of the Treasury under President Abraham Lincoln, on the obverse (top) side of the bill. In 1869, the bill was redesigned and began featuring the familiar image of George Washington. Later designs featured Martha Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant, but eventually, President Washington found his way back to the bill and has remained there ever since. The portrait of George Washington found on today’s bills is based on the Athenaeum Portrait, which was
THE $2 BILL
Value in Circulation (in 2017): $2.4 billion
painted by Gilbert Stuart in 1796 when President Washington was 65 years old. Looking at the image, one can clearly see that the engraving used to produce the $1 bill used this painting as the model, though it’s seen as its mirror image. Oddly, while the portrait remained unfinished, it is still considered Stuart’s most notable work! Stuart, instead of completing the painting and delivering it to Washington, used the portrait as a model for many more replicas, which he sold to buyers who were eager to purchase a portrait of the most famous man in the country. After Washington died, Stuart painted 130 copies of the painting, which he called his “hundred dollar bill” for the price he charged for those paintings. Today, 60 of these copies are still in existence.
The first $2 bill featured a portrait of Alexander Hamilton, though it’s not the same image as the one we’re familiar with from today’s $10 bill. Like all notes, this bill also underwent many design changes. Thomas Jefferson’s portrait has been on the $2 bill since 1928, and when the bill was redesigned in 1976 — the bicentennial of the United States — it was decided that the reverse would feature an engraved rendition of the Declaration of Independence painting by John Trumball in honor of this special year. It is interesting to note that while the original painting showed a scene including 47 men, only 42 men fit onto the $2 bill, so five unlucky fellows fell off the note…
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THE $5 BILL
Estimated Lifespan: 5.5 years Value in Circulation (in 2017): $14.8 billion
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the $5 bill was sometimes referred to as a “fin.” It is widely assumed that this nickname has roots in Yiddish/ German, and we can certainly imagine Jewish greenhorns referring to a $5 note as a “finiver”!
Great Seal immediately to the right of Lincoln, the letters USA can be found between the columns, and the words E PLURIBUS UNUM (or “Out of many [states], one [country]”) can be found along the top.
Today’s bills of $5 and higher include many security features to prevent counterfeiting. On the $5 bill, there are two watermarks. The first is a large numeral 5, placed to the right of President Lincoln’s portrait, near the end of the bill, and the second is a column of three 5s, which can be found to the left of the portrait. The second feature is a security thread found to the right of the portrait. When held up to the light, one can read the alternating pattern of the letters USA and the numeral 5. When held under UV light, this security thread glows blue. Microprinting is a third technique used to ward off counterfeiters. On the $5 bill, the words FIVE DOLLARS appear inside each teardrop-shaped loop on the right and left borders of the obverse of the bill, and the words USA FIVE can be found along the edge of the large numeral five on the reverse of the bill. Finally, in the shield of the
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The reverse of the bill also has two strips that get blanked out when viewed in the infrared spectrum (see image, taken with an infrared camera). Finally, and most fascinating, perhaps, is the “EURion constellation,” or pattern of yellow zeroes formed from the scattered 05s on the bill. (This pattern, which can also appear as orange or green, also appears on other bills of currency, both in the U.S. and otherwise.) Color photocopy machines are programmed to recognize this pattern and refrain from making copies, and some machines even make a record of illegal photocopying attempts, which repair techs may eventually find and report to law enforcement.
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THE $10 BILL
Estimated Lifespan: 4.5 years Value in Circulation (in 2017): $19.6 billion
The portrait of Hamilton on the $10 bill is based on another John Trumbull masterpiece, and is the only portrait used on U.S. currency that has its figure facing left. The security features on the $10 bill are similar to those on the $5 bill and include: a watermark of Hamilton to the right of the center portrait; a security thread that glows orange under UV light; microprinting of USA 10 under the large red torch, as well as the words THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICAN TEN DOLLARS below Hamilton’s portrait and inside the left and right borders (where it’s followed by USA); a bunch of small yellow numeral 10s whose zeroes create the EURion constellation; and an area that gets blanked out in infrared light. The $10 bill also has a colorshifting numeral 10 at the bottom right corner of the obverse of the bill.
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Today’s $20 bill also boasts the security features of the $5 and $10 bills, with its security thread glowing green under UV light. Look out for the microprinting in the blue letters that read USA TWENTY to the right of the portrait, and the words THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 20 USA 20 USA that appear to the immediate left of the portrait, at the very bottom border of the bill.
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Estimated Lifespan: 7.9 years Value in Circulation (in 2017): $183.8 billion
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THE $50 BILL
Estimated Lifespan: 8.5 years Value in Circulation (in 2017): $86.4 billion
The $50 bill also contains all of the aforementioned security features, including a security thread that glows yellow under UV light. Microprinting includes the word FIFTY in the right and left borders on the obverse of the bill, the words THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA in Grant’s collar, and FIFTY USA 50 inside two of the blue stars to the left of the portrait. In 2005, and again in 2010, proposals were put forward to honor Ronald Reagan by having the $50 bill feature the great president, but both times, the proposals remained just that.
THE $100 BILL
Estimated Lifespan: 15 years Value in Circulation (in 2017): $1.25 trillion
The $100 bill, or Franklin, as it’s often called, also features the security measures of the other bills. The security thread glows pink under UV light, and can you find the microscopic printing?
Look out for tiny print on Benjamin Franklin’s jacket collar, around the space containing the watermark, along the golden quill and in the bill’s borders on the reverse of the bill. This bill also features additional anti-counterfeiting designs, including a disappearing bell in the inkwell, raised printing on Franklin’s shoulder on the left side of the note, and a cool 3-D strip that shows either the number 100 or a bell, depending on how the bill is tilted. Tilt the bill side to side, and watch the images slide up and down, and tilt the note up and down, and watch the images slide from side to side!
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40 Red Schoolhouse Rd, Chestnut Ridge 5100 +/- SF Industrial / Mechanic building For Sale, Asking $1,200,000.00
233 Lafayette Ave, Suffern NY
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Rand Commercial • 268 S Main Street Suite B • New City, NY 10956 Cell: 845-821-6502• Email: Joel.Gruber@Randcommercial.Com Rand Commercial Copyrighted 2019. No warranty or representation, express or implied, is made to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein, and same is submitted to errors, omissions, change of price or other conditions, withdrawn without notice, and to any special listing conditions by the property owner(s). As applicable, we make no representation as to the condition of the property (or properties) in question.
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101 Rt. 306 - Corner W Maple. Legel 2 family, R-15c zoning .25 acres 2,600 SF, Great opportunity for homeowners & investors alike.
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DINETTE CHAIRS 8 Dinette chairs beautiful condition for sale . Text for pictures 3474860344 MASTER BEDROOM SET Italian master bedroom set. Please call 845-659-2157 CURIO CABINET 47 1/2 x 76 x 28. Excellent condition. $300 OBO. Please text 914-318-4884 FURNITURE FOR SALE Beautiful brown China closet for sale,48”beds with boxsprings and also complete 39”complete masterbedroom set for sale!! please call:7748239
RENTAL AVAILABLE Newday area. Private entrance. Very large and spacious kitchen and bedroom with walk in closet, laundry room, and patio. Call/text 718-812-1792. HERRICK AVE. 1st floor 3 bedroom unit for rent. Includes, kitchen, dining room, 2 full baths. Please call 845-414-1606. No Section 8.
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FOR RENT Large, finished Basement Room with bathroom and side entrance. Chestnut Ridge (close to Old Nyak). Call 845 356 0361
APT FOR RENT Beautiful 3 room apartment, walk in level, almost new. Blauvelt Rd. 718-812-7966
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DECATUR AVE. Walk-in, four bedroom apartment .Includes playroom, Pesach kitchen and study for rent. Please call 845-414-1606.
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CHESTNUT RIDGE Dexter park area Newly renovated studio apt, please call 845-533-2745 CHESTNUT RIDGE Dexter park area Newly renovated 5 Bedroom bi level, please call 845-533-2745 FOR RENT Lakewood-oak & vine, brand new upgraded 5 bedroom duplex 3200 sq ft $2500 call agent avrum y. Stern 347867-1109 HOUSE RENTAL 5 bedroom house rental in New city only $2600/mo call Shayndel for details 845-6080538 HOUSE FOR SALE 2 bedroom private house for sale or rent call Shayndel for details at 845-608-0538 FOR SALE Brand new. Dr. Frank neighborhood quiet street. 2 floors + basement 1400 sq. Ft. Each floor. 7 bedrooms 5 bathrooms. 845-213-8823 ROOM FOR RENT very large room for rent in Bates area. Suitable for office or playgroup etc. 845 746 7251 DECATUR AVE. One room office for rent, includes a nice kitchen and full bath. $700 Please call 845-414-1606.
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WE WANT TO HIRE YOU! Opening #1
Amazing opening! Seeking a reliable direct care worker to care for older boys in a high-functioning group home. Candidate should be caring and able to work 7am-9am and 4pm-9:30pm every day, plus one night a week, and one Shabbos a month. Great beneﬁts! Call 845-503-0261.
Looking to hire a worker to take out a young man and accompany him on various outings during the evening hours. English ﬂuency and drivers license required. 845-503-0230.
Unique opportunity! Men’s Group Home in Monsey is looking for a heimishe yingerman to work as steady staﬀ. Hours: Sunday - Friday 7am to 9:30am, and Sunday - Thursday 3:30pm to 5:30pm. More shifts available during the week. Job includes one Shabbos shift monthly (with family), from Friday afternoon to Motzei Shabbos. Great beneﬁts for the right candidate! Please call: 845-494-1796
Seeking an experienced candidate to lead a boys' After-School Program (Sunday- Thursday). Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current opportunities for employment that will make a difference in their lives and have you feel fulfilled every day. Apply today!
Hamaspik is looking to hire an ABA para professional to work with a high functioning 15 year old boy in the afternoon hours. Great pay & training provided. Candidate must speak English, and have own car. Send resume to Rsteif@hamaspikrockland.org or call 845-503-0239
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געוואלדיגע געלעגענהייט מיט גוטע בענעפיטן! המספיק זוכט א היימישע אינגערמאן צו זיין א סטעף אין א שעות זענען. מוז קענען דרייווען.ברידערהיים אין מאנסי וועט דארפן. נאכמיטאג8:30-3:30 צופרי אין9:00-7:00 ( נאך.ארבייטן איין שבת יעדע חודש )מיט די פאמיליע 845-494-1796 :שעות אינצווישן! ביטע רופט
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A Unique selection of fine tablecloths, napkins, toppers, runners, and exclusive linen challah covers. Call/text 845-232-1844 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us @gildtablelinens OFFICE FOR RENT Beautiful NEW office available for rent in center of Monsey. 2 large rooms. For serious inquiries only email: sales@beautycentricgroup. com or call:845-352-1550 OFFICES FOR RENT Newly renovated 1,000sq ft office space for rent. Private entrance. Great location. For more info call/text 845-2139916.
OFFICE AVAILABLE 306/Viola brand new walk-in offices available great price. Please call 347.760.4347 SHABBOS CHANUKAH RENTAL Beautiful, 4 bedroom house available for Shabbos Chanukah in Chestnut Ridge. Close to shul/ mikvah, pictures available. Call 845.356.2101, Text 917.474.6826
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE for rent in Pomona! 6 offices that can be leased individually or together, furnished/un-furnished! Just minutes off the palisades pkwy exit 13. For more onfo 845-675-8167 or pomonaofficespace@gmail. com
MONSEY SUITES MAKING A SIMCHA? Host your guests hassle free! BRAND NEW 1-2 bedroom suites for rent for shabbos/ day/week near Toshnad/ Nikelsburg. 845-425-0335
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016
Vacation Apartments available in Jerusalem for Sukkos and all year. Call Shisha Realty 718-408-8070 or visit shisharealty.com SHABBOS/Y’’T SUFFERN GETAWAY Magnificent fully furnished, renovated 5bdrm, secluded home, 1 acre. Brook, fireplace, trampoline, basketball net. 18 minutes from Shul. Available Sukkos with Sukkah. Text/ Whatsapp 845-327-0266.
Bookkeeper assistant position available , QB experience a must. please email resume to Jobs@ezdriveny.com
MOTHER’S HELPER Wanted in New City Mon Thursday 4 pm to 5 pm. Good pay. Call/text 845-263-2074
BOOKKEEPER Looking for an experienced bookkeeper for a full time position. 20 minutes from Monsey. Please email resume email@example.com
SITTER WANTED Looking for an afternoon sitter to watch a 6-year-old girl after school for 2.5 hours. Monday through Thursday, 3:45 to 6:15 pm. New Hempstead area. Contact Yehudis at 845-202-0525.
TEACHER WANTED Yeshiva seeking experienced math and history teacher for 9-11 grades to teach for NYS Regents. M-Th 3:50-6:30 pm. Please forward resumes to newwindsorteacher@gmail. com
ENGLISH TEACHER Monsey boys school seeks capable teacher for afternoon teaching position. Excellent classroom management skills a must. Please email resume monseychederjob@gmail. com
BOOKKEEPER WANTED Real estate office is Spring Valley is seeking a full time bookkeeper. Minimum 3+ years experience. Great salary and benefits package. Please email jobs@ thecapitalrealty.com.
SALESPERSON WANTED Individual must desire to build a career, Full Training and Support provided. Past work experience a+. C:845-639-5216 e:dglick@ ft.newyorklife.com
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER local drivers for chessed. Please call 845-352-1016
SALESMAN WANTED Looking for salesman in the drygoods line. Call 845-4929214
BOOKKEEPER/ADMIN Looking for a talented individual with Bookkeeping experience. Duties will include admin functions as well as accounts payable etc. firstname.lastname@example.org
ACCOUNTANT Boutique Accounting Practice looking for an experienced accountant to join our team. Email resume to: jobs. email@example.com or Fax resume to (646) 792-3313
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NOW HIRING! Fast paced Medical Recruitment firm looking for energetic people to join our team! Must be willing to learn computers, be VERY comfortable on the phone, and be able to multitask. Real potential to earn a six figure income. Flexible hours. Transportation provided both ways. Please e-mail resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
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FULL TIME JOB Office in Lyndhurst NJ, Approx 40 min from Monsey, looking for Bright, responsible, motivated individual, to Join our Office Team. Beginners Welcome. Multi-tasking, Communication & organizational skills required. Nice growth potential & Great pay! Please call (347)678-2670 or email resume to: lyndhurstjob07071@gmail. com HIRING NOW All womanâ€™s office seeking secretary. Candidate should be detail oriented, computer savvy and able to meet tight deadlines. email resume: email@example.com HELP WANTED Monsey Online/Amazon company looking for a f/t secretary in a multi girl office (basic Computer knowledge & phone skills is a must) Will Train. Great opportunity for the right person. 845-4457804 lv msg RECRUITING ASSISTANTENTRY LEVEL Seeking motivated, outgoing assistant to support a busy Recruiting Department. Must have good phone and computer skills. No experience necessary. Send resumes to hr@arkmortgage. com
WEâ€™RE HIRING! Great opportunity! Monsey sheitel salon looking for full time secretary. Fast paced and great atmosphere. Must be available sundays. Pls call/text 202.3143 or email resume at ettyswigs@yahoo. com HELP WANTED Looking for a full time secretary with experience in Amazon/Walmart (E-Commerce) in Monsey. Great opportunity for the right person Please call and leave message 845-445-7804 OFFICE POSITION A construction company in Monsey is looking to hire a full-time female secretary to do bookkeeping and run office operations. Must have experience in QuickBooks, customer service, and Microsoft programs. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org OFFICE POSITION Looking for full time secretary, Excellent phone skills,works well under pressure and computer savvy. Prior office experience required. Great opportunity. Email resume to: gittyz@ tcsnyc.com F/T WORK Full time employment opportunity. Email resume to email@example.com
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HELP WANTED Monsey office is in need of a highly motivated, energetic individual that can multi task and take ownership and responsibility for scheduling and assigning tasks for a busy office. Proficient in English and computers a must. Email resume to monseyjobzoffer@ gmail.com PART TIME ABA Talks is now hiring a part time office assistant for 2 mornings a week. Call: 845-579-6080 ext.101 email: firstname.lastname@example.org MARKETING ASSISTANTENTRY LEVEL Seeking full-time, enthusiastic and detailoriented assistant with good writing skills. Responsibilities include coordinating ads, formatting documents, assisting with company events, maintain social media sites, special projects. No experience necessary. Send resumes to email@example.com CHESED 24/7 Looking for girls/women to serve as dorm counselors for mainstream young adults. Responsibilities include sleeping in the seminary dorm one night per week and providing minimal oversight and direction with life skills. Call 347-633-0777 or 845354-3233 x 1109
JOB OPPORTUNITY ISO Clothing Sales Associates with good communication, interpersonal and customer service skills in Palisades Center or Teaneck. Resume/inquiries to info@ yakirabella.com ABA THERAPIST Morning position available to work with adorable 8-yearold girl in N.J. (30 minutes from Monsey.) Sunday-Friday 9:00-1:00. 845-579-6080 ext.101 firstname.lastname@example.org JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking to hire a girl FT in Monsey with amazon experience. Good pay + great potential. Email resume to email@example.com HELP WANTED Mid-Size company is looking for a Senior executive assistant to work directly with CEO on various project and day to day tasks. Excellent verbal and written communication skills a must. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org SAFESIDE INSURANCE IS EXPANDING! We are looking to fill new full-time office positions. Applicant must be quick learner and have good computer & phone skills. Please fax your resume to 845-738-3671 or email to hr@ safesideins.com
SERVICE COORDINATOR Growing Home care agency seeking service coordinator. Experience preferred. Spanish and English speaking a must. Great pay. Please email resume to info@ horizoncares.com CAD DRAFTER Interior Design firm located in Rockland is seeking an experienced CAD Drafter for a full/part-time position. Responsibilities include measuring, drafting, and space planning. Training and proficiency in using AutoCAD is required. Please send resume and references to hello@naomiweinstein. com
GREAT OPPORTUNITY Are you a friendly selfmotivated Girl? The Sock Shoppe is looking to hire a full-time worker. Please call or text: 845-499-6338 HELP WANTED Local Supermarket is looking for energetic help in Order department, part time . Please call 845-642-0162 or 845-425-0679. Leave message COST EFFIECIENCY A nursing home group is seeking A Cost Efficiency Manager/ Administrative Assistant. Looking for someone to monitor daily staffing levels, monitor contracts, monitor daily
expenses, monitor efficient use of staff, monitor agency usage and overtime. Maintaining a close relationship with financial departments, assisting the department director with his day to day goals and needs, creating and maintaining spreadsheets are a must. Opportunity for growth. Email Resume: CareRiteCareers@gmail.com
and friendly. No experience necessary. Call 718-536-0361
HELP WANTED Non Profit Organization in Monsey looking for an executive assistant. Responsibilities include data entry, customer service and general computer work. Must be detailed oriented
CHESED 24/7 Self-Direction Waiver Supervisor. Seeking a dynamic and motivated individual with strong people and phone skills who will enjoy making a difference in the lives of
E-COMMERCE Seeking to fill F/T entry level E-Commerce position in Mahwah, NJ. Must be technologically savvy, detail oriented, and a self-starter. Experience listing products on Amazon a plus. Email resume to careers@chefman. com
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individuals with special needs and their families. Responsibility includes staff recruitment , attend meetings and work with parents to meet their selfdirection goals. Will train. No prior experience necessary. Heimishe environment, all women’s office. Generous compensation. Email; Efeder@chesed247.org HOME CARE POSITION Looking for a motivated individual to work in a home care agency full time, processing patient referrals. Previous Home care experience recommended. Great pay and environment. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on 73 Francis Place. After school hours available. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE in the Francis area 9-5. Please call 845-664-5397. BABYSITTING Experienced babysitter available late night (chasuna) overnight and weekly. Located on herrick ave. Plz call 845-587-3308 HEBREW SPEAKING PLAYGROUP גן לעברית בפסייאק מחפש גננת וסייעת לשנה הבעל״ט דוברות צוות היימיש ואווירה.עברית 845- :לפרטים.ישראלית נעימה 3672360
Cleaning and Repirs M&M PLAYGROUP Playgroup in Bates/Horton area. From 9:30-2:30 extended hours available. Please call 352-0903 BABYSITTER Afternoon Drop ins available. All ages. With much experience. Call 845-7092210.
SERVICES 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 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 DRUM LESSONS by Shmuel Klaver, Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935
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REFLEXOLOGY Relaxes, releases stress, helps with the treatment of: pain, insomnia, and prenatal discomfort. Housecalls preferred. Tamar Spiro 3526496 / 538-6782
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
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SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. PHOTOGRAPHY COURSE DO YOU KNOW HOW TO USE YOUR CAMERA? Learn photography on the DVD training course with Raizy Ciment from Vivid Studios (No internet needed) Support & access to the photography community included. 845478-4843 Email support@ vividstudiosny.com for a free demo. SEWING COURSES private sewing course with master teacher Esty Krauss. call or text 845-662-5931 TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016
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Central UTA of Monsey (Non-Profit Organization) is seeking sealed bids for sales and installation of security related enhancements. The project includes Installation of Fences/Barriers/Bollards. Selection criteria will be based on knowledge of surveillance and security, adherence to work schedule, prior experience, references, and cost. Specifications and bid requirements can be obtained by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All interested firms will be required to sign the proposal documents and provide primary contact, telephone, fax and email address. Bids will be accepted until November 28, 2019 and work is to commence by December 15, 2019.
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GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos PERSONAL TRAINER Personalized exercise programs focusing on your individual strengths and goals! Specializing in Youth Fitness. Rivkie ISSA Certified Fitness Trainer 845-587-2816 RESUME. CHECK. Is your resume: Lying in a forgotten folder marked “miscellaneous?” Typed up in Microsoft Word 97-03 version? We can help! Quick turnaround. Quick results. Resumeforresults@gmail. com 347.563.6739 FREE TUTOR available to work with your 1-3rd grader for E.L.A subjects.Proficient in Slingerland and Dr. Kilpatrick Methods. 845-3278032 KANGEN WATER “Change your Water.. Change your life” Alkaline - AntiOxidant - Super Hydrating Call for FREE supply and feel AMAZING! 917-681-0003
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Warm, professional 25 years exp. Communication. Child & Teen behavorial issues. Dr Yisroel Kaplan, Please call for free phone consult 917-345-5750 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 EVENT PLANNING Planning a Simcha on a budget? Experienced Event Coordinator is available to assist you L’Shem Mitzvah. Please text 845-538-5522. 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
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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
SHIDDUCH PHOTO To display your true CHEIN in a shidduch headshot, call ELG Photography 917.710.0443 We also do family, children & newborn portraiture BALABUSTA’S SECRET! Rivky’s custom challah dough, Always fresh. Leave the mess to me. Hafroshas challah opportunity. Call, text or WhatsApp 845-5389332 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 SANDWICHES For Simchas, parties, gatherings etc. Sandwich loaf $40, Sandwich roll $35, and sandwich platters. C. Fried; H: 845-426-0729/ C: 845659-6636
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ASSISTANT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER Full Time 9-5. Database maintenance and updating; manage donors, contacts and financial records. Compose fundraising letters and e-mail correspondence. Strong computer skills, meticulous attention to detail, and knowledge of Admire a plus. Excellent phone skills, creative team player. EXTRA CURRICULAR PROGRAM SUPERVISOR 3-7pm Mon.-Thurs. Help plan, staff and oversee programs for girls with developmental disabilities. Nice Compensation. Enjoyable Heimishe environment.
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// services // odds & ends // gemachim TOP R ATED IN NE W YORK/NE W JERSEY
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ODDS & ENDS SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100 WOOPS! Was your car scratched recently in the Rockland Kosher Parking lot? Call me with the details because it might be my fault. 845-7467269 leave a message for Avrohom. CHANUKAH ENTERTAINMENT! Prepare a fantastic program! Send in each party participant’s note for six analytical points by a professional graphologist for just $9.00! 845.499.9334
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 BLUE LIGHT Gemach in monsey, pls call before. 845.425.1919
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BANDS & HATS $10 New ladies bands, all lengths. Also berret hats. 845 290 8319 טייערע כלה נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט , שיעורים, הדרכה,השקפה וואכן פאר4 רעזעווירט.תפילות 245-352-2560 די חתונה SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers, mikes, mixers, cables, 917-382-8809 CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121 BIKE RACK GEMACH Fits all cars. Holds up to 3 bikes. 845-659-1863. TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504 FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643 BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602 CHUPPAH TEFILLOS tefillos and tehillim booklets for the chupa time 845-2130602. WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910
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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 SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com SAFETY BRACELET Free aid to remind you that your baby is in the car! 4251202 CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n play bassinets. 425-1202 TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014 THE WEDDING KIT All necessities for Kallah/ Chosson’s family for the wedding night. Leili Nishmas: Perel Gela Bas R’ Shloima. 845-371-2947 SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH Accepting donations. New or gently used. 862-505-9546 DOULA BIRTH SUPPORT Knowledgeable warm Heimishe Lady with Maternal Child Nursing Education willing to be by your side at your time...RZ 347-374-0770 MOVING BOX GEMACH New Hempstead area. text 845-642-5286 to arrange pick up
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BABY GEMACH short term loans of carseats, pack n plays, strollers, pumps and more! 845.397.7724 or visit soralasbabygemach. com.
BABY GOWNS and 2 pieces. Matching shoes and hair accessories available from 3 months - 2 years. New! Boys line added. 425-3049
NEW GOWN GEMACH sisters of the Kallah/chasson. Adult Size 0-12. 845-517- 8808
LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646
BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.
BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email email@example.com
WHITE KALLLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211
FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome!
SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649
TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513
GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278
TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105
REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816
PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays firstname.lastname@example.org or text 845-216-4885
COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841
KALLAH ACCESSORY GEMACH Everything you need for the kallah (except for the gown) Crown, veil, shoes, decktich, fur cape 845-426-0767 VOCAL HEALTH for Rabbaim Gmach. By Chaim Fisgus. Professional vocal teacher. 8453278420. BRIS GEMACH beautiful bris outfit w hat, poya and pillowcase. Suzzane area 845 425 8359 JWAZE DEVICE 8455965856 leave message 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. SIMCHA DRESSES brand new white simcha dresses to sell at $15. Sz 4-10 Matching hairpc avail. 3711765 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 MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. call/ text 845-445-9687
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293. 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 ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838. GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee) OT WATER URNS H 845-425-9211 ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. South Fallsburg 845-434-3865. ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.
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BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket.
PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538 BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com 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 Standard egg carton boxes (eg. Evergreen boxes). We are located in Chestnut Ridge. Call/text between 8-10:30pm. (845) 641-5536
HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851.
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beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4 8455380391 MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4 pls call 845-596-9933 SALE/RENT elegant navy maternity dress sell/rent. 845-587-6402
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Central UTA of Monsey is seeking sealed bids for sales and installation of security related enhancements. The project includes installation of a Camera Based Security System. Selection criteria will be based on knowledge of surveillance and security, adherence to work schedule, prior experience, references, and cost. Specifications and bid requirements can be obtained by contacting us at email@example.com. All interested firms will be required to sign the proposal documents and provide primary contact, telephone, fax and email address. Bids will be accepted until November 28, 2019 and work is to commence by December 15, 2019.
FOR RENT Magnificent white gown with teal beading. Size 2. Pls call/ text 845-746-7248
DRESSES FOR SALE 3 elegant custom Miri dresses. Worn once. Size 0-2, 2-4, 4-6. Call: 1914-259-0875
SALE/RENT Black & White magnificent cocktail length dress. Size 10 teen/lady. Worn once. 354-7590
GOWNS FOR SALE 2 little girls gowns size 8 & 12. Pink & white lace & tulle. 356-0551
RENT/SALE Black & White Exquisite gown for rent/sale. 845-8262185 RENT/SALE GOWNS: Mechteniste, sister of bride & maternity 845659-8753. We will also take your gowns on consignment and rent/sell it for you. GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info FOR SALE beautiful miris blk/gold gwn sz 12 suitable for young married call:425-2127 FOR RENT Beautiful gowns for ladies and teens for rent. WhatsApp or text 347-278-1278
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Pretty Princess. Upscale Gown Boutique for Children & teens. For appt call 845-502-1793 GOWNS FOR SALE Looking to sell full lines of multiple styless girls gowns sizes 2-14 in great condition, at amazing price. Call 845499-0817 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
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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
New Whoopi pompom baby hat 213-0398
Tickets outside Evergreen 425-0184
Diamond Bracelet Nov. 12 btwn Maple Terrace & Vilchovitz. 845-642-3477
charcoal grey and white baby blanket in a La Familia taxi, embroidered with the name Yitzchak. Please call: 274-7179 or 425-4287.
bag with wigs in a lafamilia taxi 917-474-8586 casio watch on 306 and Wiener area. 845-371 2759 black small shoe in rockland kosher area and a red oldnavy croc in west cental or robert pitt area. 3711765 check in shoppers haven or rush taxi Nov 3. 8452634590
black pompom hat 134 Rockland Ln. 845-587-6927 grey Pom pom hat last winter on corner Herrick and Maple 845-354-1133 Big umbrella in hall in Monsey 845 445 7749
FREE GIVEAWAYS FOUND small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612 Diamond necklace in evergreen Chol hamoed sukkos call 3475862082 Diamond watch near bus stop in Monroe. Motzei Shabbos Shemini. 845-783-1727 Maclaren carriage in Zirs before Shavuos 845-425-5948 11/14 on Robert Pitt parking lot by G&G toy for baby carriage. 845-222-1305 Michaels gift card in Rockland kosher shopping cart. 8452224034
2 Wood Top cabinets 33” and 21”. 845-352-9470 2 48” mattresses is good condition. Call or text 845746-1381 Bunch of white and black crayons. 845-222-1305 Gerber baby oatmeal 570-1619 gerber baby cereals call/text 8455178108 Few containers bread crumbs made from Heimishe challah 7325952207 Food for PARAKEET. Almost 5 Lb. Also, MILLET-SPRAY (bird food as well). 845 445 7749
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To share your simcha with us and have it featured in our publication, call/text 845.293.3458, fax 845.678.3378 or email email@example.com
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ר' אלטר ווייס נ"י
לאביו הרב אהרן שליט"א /ולחותנו הרב אליעזר אלימלך ראזענבערגער שליט"א לרגל הולדת הבן/הנכד
ר' שמעון מיללער נ"י
לאביו ר' ישראל נ"י /ולחותנו ר' שלמה איינהארן נ"י לרגל הולדת הבן/הנכד
החתן פנחס שלום הלוי ראטטענבערג נ"י הכלה אסתר וואגשוהל תחי'
אב החתן הרב מאיר יהודה הלוי שליט"א /אב הכלה הרה"ג נפתלי חיים ראובן שליט"א יום ד' תולדות -אור החיים וויזניץ ב"פ
החתן אורי יוסף שלום הכהן הימעלשטיין נ"י הכלה מאירה חיה גאלדבערג תחי'
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הרב פנחס שנעעבאלג שליט"א
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ר' פנחס ראזענבלום נ"י
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