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FREE ISSUE 240 MARCH 12, 2020

‫פרשת כי תשא‬ ‫ט”ז אדר תש”פ‬

THEY DON’T MAKE ‘EM LIKE THEY USED TO! Are appliances in this generation doomed to an early death?

HOLD HISTORY IN YOUR HANDS

CHECK OUT OUR EXPANDED FOOD SECTION:

KEEP YOUR POTS AND PANS PACKED AWAY Incredibly easy sheet pan dinners for less-mess meals

Every antique is a key to the past

FYI: GARAGE SALES

TONS OF STUFF TO SHARE Monseyites are ready to spread the wealth

TAKE A PEEK AND PLAN FOR PESACH The upcoming weeks will be full of taste and texture

DO-ITYOURSELF MILCHIGS There’s no need to ditch the DAIRY ON PESACH


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18,000 women making miracles happen Bonei Olam’s V’zakeini initiative harnesses the unique power that Jewish women possess while lighting their Shabbos candles. By donating $1 at candle lighting every week, 18,000 women will sponsor the $18,000 treatment for a couple awaiting a child of their very own.

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www.vzakeini.org 646.506.3900 text ‘MIRACLES’ to 484848 vzakeini@boneiolam.org

To Volunteer for this program call or text 732.503.5539


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ROYAL SEUDOS WERE DELIVERED They got their Yom Tov back! This Purim, over 5,000 meals customized for each family, were delivered to homes around the tri-state area. Project Yedid would like to thank the businesses that worked tirelessly to enable thousands of almanos and yesomim to enjoy Purim in the comfort of their home.

Gourmet meals catered by:

Fresh challahs & baked goods by: Catering By:

M EISN E R’ S

Delivery:

Elegant paper-goods by:

Volunteers of:

Drinks:

Monsey Chaveirim Crown Heights Shomrim Flatbush Shomrim Boro Park Chavarim

UNSUNG HEROES 1

A special thanks to the donors who contributed so generously to help fund this program. The simcha that you brought into the homes of families will be remembered forever.

Project Yedid, a division of Misaskim, helps bring back joy to the broken hearts of almanos and yesomim. With unique programs around the year, Project Yedid helps to make every Yom Tov, season and occasion just a bit lighter.


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FAQ #9 CAN I HEAR A SAMPLE OF THE COURSE? Yes! A 10-minute recording has been put onto the Health Hotline. Call 845.738.1802. Then dial 1 and then 6 to hear this recording.

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‫מיר קלינען עטרות‬

‫ממש ווי ניי‬ ‫קויפט א נייער טלית און‬ ‫קלינט אייער עטרה ביז ר"ח ניסן‪,‬‬ ‫און באקומט אייער נאמען‬ ‫עמברוידערד אויפ'ן טלית בחנם‪.‬‬

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‫קויפן א נייע‬ ‫טלית איז שוין‬ ‫כמעט ביליגער‬ ‫ווי צו קלינען‬ ‫אן אלטע‪.‬‬


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Spring 2020 Selection...

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As the pioneers in meat kashrus techniques, over the years we’ve trained kashrus professionals across the US. We’re proud to continue offering you superior quality and the most mehudar processes in every bite. Our story is Monsey’s. Our standards are yours. Happy shopping,

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‫ווען איר קומט אפנעמען‬ ‫אייער ארדער אין צייט‬ ‫באקומט איהר א הערליכע מתנה‬ ‫ביז פרייטאג ויקה"פ ‪*Mar 20‬‬

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NEW TO MONSEY!

Stone Counters at Rock Solid Prices

OFF

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We invite you to celebrate with us as we move into our new location. Choose from our large array of beautiful, high-quality granite and quartz countertops and receive 15% off your entire purchase while having your new countertops installed in time for Pesach!

Subject to colors and styles in stock. Discount applied with mention of ad. Sale applicable until March 27th.

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to provide person-centered, comprehensive care management to individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD).

DON’T MEET CARE MANAGER REQUIREMENTS? Apply for our Care Manager Associate position

BENEFITS YOU’LL RECEIVE

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HIRING FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: Monsey, Monroe, Boro Park, Williamsburg and Lawrence

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APPLY NOW Send resume to jobs@tricountycare.org TCC is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by state or local law.


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MEGA

BLOWOUT SALE!

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More Stock Added!!!

ALL

Monday March 16 5pm-9pm

Tuesday March 17 5pm-9pm

Teaneck

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SPECIAL DISCOUNT WITH MENTION OF THIS AD

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Late Nights For Your Convenience

Matty Rosenbaum 845.206.9724 462 West Central Ave #112 Corner Decatur Ave

Sun.-Thu. 8,-10pm Sun. afternoon available by appt. Other hours feel free to call We specialize in Kallah orders

We carry a full line of hats, bands & berets for all occasions


All Pants


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t r o f Com for the

whole family... & all those extra guests. Your first stop for: comforters, pillows, mattress pads, pillow protectors, & more

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with every Kallah Package

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select accessories in stock

Gift Certificates Available

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fashion you'll love DAILY NEW ARRIVALS

THE

OPEN T HIS MO T ZEI SHABBOS

9:30-11:30 PM

FASHION BOUTIQUE

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BOUTIQUE

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Drop off at our Monsey drop off location for returns & exchanges.

Lo c a t e d i n t h e n e w m a l l . Wi t h b u s , i t s t h e f i r s t s t o p i n M o n r o e . N E W: p r i v a t e a p p o i n t m e n t s : 8 4 5 . 3 6 7 . 3 6 9 7


This year enjoy in the comfort of your own home

ORDER YOUR ROLLUP AWNING FOR AN EASY AND CALM EREV PESACH

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WigS Starting at $1,000 over

300 off

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each Wig !

Sale includes all Kiki Wigs Israeli hair, European Hair and Kiki-X Line Lace fronts, coloring and baby hair included* Shaindy Tapick | 845-826-4082 | 1 Jacruso Dr.


Schedule by April 7

HARDWOOD RENEW AND REFINISH ** Dry in 1 Hour ** • Carpet, tile and upholstery cleaning • Over 40 Years of Dependable Service • Family Owned & Operated Schedule by April 7

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Cabinets Sale

8 ft kitchen all wood white shaker cabinets $851 Fermica top $155 9 ft kitchen all wood white shaker cabinets $938 Fermica top $175

MONSEY MONS KITCHENS 845-533-4141 Hours 10:00 - 5:00 monseykitchens@gmail.com 11 Main Street Monsey, NY 10952

10 ft kitchen all wood white shaker cabinets $1037 Fermica top $195 11 ft kitchen all wood white shaker cabinets $1050 Fermica top $215 we have setup designs for all sizes. some restrictions may apply. All sales are final. Limit 1 per customer. Offer expires April 1st knob and handles not included.


design@nichysilber.com

SUIT

your style

845-694-8016 | 100 route 59, Suite 7 Hours: Sun-Thurs 10:30 - 6:30 Fri 10:30 - 2


718.635.1673

Introducing: Occupational Therapy & Speech Therapy Services

more. GET READY TO ACHIEVE

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2 PC UNIT WITH CROWN

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A V A I L A B L E

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Come Enjoy A Luxurious VIP Weekend ‫שבת הגדול‬

Friday April 3 Sunday April 5 Crowne Plaza Stamford CT

2701 Summer St. - Stamford CT

Surprise

KIDS PROGRAM

all Shabbos ‫אנגעפירט דורך די בארימטע‬

‫אומגלויבליך‬ ‫פאמיליע‬

‫פאמיליע‬

confi D A N C E

EXPLODING

SCIENCE SHOW

W I T H

Fun trampoline dancing for ladies & girls by P. Samuel

‫ילד הפלא‬

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‫שמואלי‬ ‫אונגאר‬

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FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL

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any of those affairs may have been exposed to the virus and urged them to take precautions as well. All six of the Rockland County cases are Ramapo residents, reported The Journal News. The East Ramapo School District closed all of its schools for cleaning on both Monday and Tuesday as a precautionary measure after five public school students in the district were found to have been exposed to the virus. Three students were confirmed to have the virus by Tuesday, prompting East Ramapo to close Hempstead Elementary School, Pomona Middle School and Ramapo High School through March 21, with hundreds of students, teachers, staff, visitors and parents who were in the school during the times when the exposures occurred sent into quarantine. After declaring a state of emergency on Sunday, Governor Cuomo has called on the federal government to allow private labs and automated testing for the virus in order to meet the increased demand in New York. The governor also encouraged state residents to work from home whenever possible and to avoid densely populated areas to further prevent the spread of the disease. Cuomo criticized the federal government for what he termed its sluggish response to the spread of coronavirus. “Worse than the virus now is the fear pandemic — and getting these additional facilities online will ensure we have more facts to keep people calm,” said the governor. Addressing a shortage of hand-sanitizing solution that has led to price gouging, Cuomo announced that the state would begin producing 100,000 gallons per week of NYS Clean, a hand sanitizer with a 75% alcohol content and a scent described by the governor in a lighthearted moment as having “a floral bouquet” with notes of lilac, hydrangea and tulip. The state will begin distributing NYS Clean in New Rochelle and it will be supplied to government agencies, schools, prisons, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and other agencies. Taking a swipe at Purell, Amazon and eBay, Cuomo warned that if price gouging continues, he would release the state’s lower-priced hand sanitizer to the general market, passing the savings along to the public and undercutting competitors. Brooklyn’s Jewish community has remained untouched by the virus as of late Tuesday night, but with families gathering together on Purim, experts warn that the disease is likely to continue spreading. Numerous chagigas and large gatherings were cancelled because of coronavirus, and the Orthodox Union, Yeshiva University and


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Recap: The Potolskys receive an overwhelming response to their ad about the broken cuckoo clock they’re selling, but so far there are no buyers. Meir Potolsky tells his mother that he thinks what makes the cuckoo bird come out and cuckoo at random times is his ball-throwing in the house. Emmanuel gets back to his questioner with the verification that Reb Yisroel’s family would love for him to move in with them, but that he, for some reason, keeps turning them down. The next morning, just as Elisheva was about to leave for the new house, there was a knock at the door. “Someone’s here to see the clock!” Chani announced loudly. Eliyahu, who was home from Shacharis already, escorted the man into the empty dining room. It was silent for a few moments; the potential buyer was probably appraising the value of the clock. “Nice piece,” Elisheva heard him say after a few minutes. “I understand it’s not working properly. Is that true?” “Yes,” Eliyahu replied. “A clockmaker once told us that there’s a problem in the delicate balance of the mechanism.” Meir was probably making desperate hinting gestures, because Eliyahu suddenly added, with a smile in his tone, “My son sometimes gets the bird to pop out. If his ball strikes a specific spot that apparently jogs the balance of the cogs or the springs back into place, the cuckoo bird works once. Meir, you threw your ball a few minutes ago, right?” “Yes,” the boy replied. “So maybe we’ll see the bird in action,” the man’s voice said. “What time does it announce?”

“Something else each time,” Meir answered bashfully. “Once it cuckooed three times; sometimes it’s five times. I don’t know how it decides.” “May I take a closer look at the clock?” “Sure,” Eliyahu said. There was a long silence, which was suddenly broken by the cuckoo bird; it cuckooed eight times. “If it’s able to work,” the man said, his voice muffled — his face was probably buried in the clock’s innards — “that means there is definitely hope.” Eliyahu smiled. “We always knew there was hope. The thing is that the repair costs money, and it wasn’t worth it for us.” “It won’t cost me money,” the man said. “I know a bit about these things, and I’ll try to tinker with it myself.” “Are you a clockmaker?” “An amateur.” “Nice.” A few seconds passed, and then the buyer said, “Alright, you told me on the phone two and a half thousand, right?” Elisheva dropped the shopping list she was holding. “No,” Eliyahu said. “We spoke about two hundred fifty.” “I don’t understand jokes so well, Rabbi

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Potolsky. This clock is worth much more than that.” “Much more? More than two hundred and fifty shekels?” “No, more than two and a half thousand dollars. If I weren’t an honest man, I’d take advantage of you, and I would just take the clock for whatever amount you’re asking. But I try to be a fair person, so I’ll pay you its real worth in dollars.” “Really, sir, maybe I’m the one who doesn’t understand jokes.” Eliyahu sounded dumbstruck, which was much the way Elisheva herself felt as she hurried to the doorway of the dining room to finally see who the buyer was. He wore a blue cap, had a small beard, and didn’t look particularly young. “It’s not a joke. Cuckoo clocks are expensive items — don’t you know that?” “I know, but…” “But you didn’t think you had such an expensive piece in your house, huh? In any case, I’d be happy to buy it for two and a half thousand dollars — even though it’s probably worth closer to three thousand, but you will deduct some of that because it’s broken, right?” And without another word, the man went over to the clock and measured its circumference with his arms. Then he tried to lift it. “Heavy,” he stated. “Can someone help me take it down to my car?” Binyamin, who had entered the house just then and put his tefillin bag on the folding table in the hallway, heard the question. “I can help,” he offered, stepping into the dining room. “Great,” said the man. “Grab here, carefully, so nothing happens to the clock’s delicate feet, and I’ll hold it from here. Hey, one second.” He stood the clock back up, where it wobbled for a moment. “I’m sorry; I forgot about the payment.” And a stack of one hundred dollar bills was pressed into Eliyahu’s hand. “Count them,” the man directed, as he grasped the clock again. “So you don’t say later that I deceived you.” And he marched with Binyamin into the hallway and out the front door. Eliyahu stared at the bills in his hand, and then at the dining room door, silent all the while.

“Then there must have been something hidden in the clock that we didn’t know about!” Her voice climbed to a slightly hysterical pitch. “Chani checked it the day before, remember?” “Maybe there was a double wall or something that she didn’t see.” “So why do you think the man insisted on paying us so much? To make us become suspicious of him?” “I don’t know. Too bad Binyamin didn’t get his license plate number.” “It didn’t enter his mind that there was something fishy here, because he came in right at the end of the conversation with the buyer.” “Whose name we don’t know, of course.” Eliyahu sighed. “You’re right, Elisheva. Something about this story is strange, even delusional. So what do you want to do now? Throw the money into the garbage?” She didn’t answer. “At least we warned the kids not to say a word to anyone. It’s enough that everyone is talking about Tzippy’s Australian millionaire and our new penthouse apartment.”

“Count them,” the man directed, as he grasped the clock again. “So you don’t say later that I deceived you.”

* * * * * “They are counterfeit,” Elisheva said, three hours later. “They are not.” “How do you know?” “I trust Horowitz; he checked them very well for me.” “But he didn’t change them for you, right?” “No. Because I’m not sure it pays for us. We need to think.”

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* * * * * “Everything is just gorgeous, Mommy!” Tzippy complimented her mother. The air was a bit dry, as it always was after burning the chometz. “How did you manage to get it all together in time for Pesach? I can’t imagine how much time you must have spent setting everything up… Did you see this porch, Peretz? All that’s missing here is an awning, and then it will be such a pleasure to sit outside! Uh, Mommy, do you want some help?” Elisheva suppressed a smile-cum-yawn. “Baruch Hashem, I’m done with the cooking,” she said. “And the Seder table has been set since last night. Miri came to set it before they left for Yaakov’s parents. So besides for some dishes in the sink, there really isn’t much to do.” “Go rest; I’ll wash the dishes. The kids are all sleeping, right?” “I hope so. They didn’t fall asleep so fast last night. It’s not easy to fall asleep in a new place.” “What about you, Mommy?” “Me?” Elisheva chuckled. “I only got to bed at half past three. And I didn’t need more than three minutes to fall into a deep sleep.” “So go take a nap now, Mommy,” Tzippy said. “This way you’ll feel a little more refreshed by the time Binyamin goes to get Zeidy. I’ll straighten up the kitchen.” She walked into the kitchen as she spoke. “Hey, is this toaster oven new? For Pesach?” “Yes.” “How nice! Use it well! It looks like a good one.” “Baruch Hashem, I hope so. Thanks for your help,


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Tzippy.” Elisheva headed to her room. Not that she’d be able to sleep, but even a bit of a rest would be good for her. Last night she’d fallen asleep fast — the physical exhaustion from the move had not allowed her the luxury of thinking too much. But the night before that, she hadn’t slept a wink. The $2,500 that had just landed in their lap rustled constantly in her ear, even though the cash wasn’t really there. What was this all about? She had sent Binyamin to a clock store that same afternoon to make some inquiries about cuckoo clocks. He’d come back with a hodgepodge of information, but one thing was clear — and she’d known it all along: This price was baffling for an old, broken cuckoo clock. Elisheva looked at the walls of her bedroom. They were painted a light beige and were a bit blinding in the light of the sun. Something about them suddenly felt stifling, obstructive. What had happened to them these past four months? What were these gifts, landing on their heads like candies at an aufruf? Of course, she had to thank Hashem a million times that these were the kinds of things being showered onto her, but something was really strange about it all. The millionaire was one thing. The penthouse, okay, it happens. But the silver yad? And the payment for the clock? Her pillow was comfortable, and her new linen was beautiful. Eliyahu hadn’t asked her; he’d used the money they had gotten and surprised her with a toaster oven, a new set of linen for their room, and another lovely, high-quality single set of linen for the bed that would be her father’s. “The bed is only coming after Pesach,” he said. “It’s a shame, but in the meantime, he can sleep on the girls’ high riser, and Devorah or Riki can sleep on a mattress.” That was another thing they had bought: a new, comfortable bed for her father, which really wasn’t a luxury, but a necessity; he needed a better bed than the high riser they had bought secondhand seven years earlier. And if you asked Eliyahu, well, the money had been given to them in an honest way, so why not use it? “After yom tov,” he’d told her soothingly a day earlier, “we’ll find out all the things you want to find out. Right now, we thank Hashem for it, and do what we have to do.” “And if it turns out to be a scam?” “A scam? What kind of scam? They’ll say the apartment isn’t ours, after all? So we’ll go back to our

old place. You know we haven’t sold it; we only rented it out for a year. At worst, we’ll have to rent something else for a while.” “And if they claim that the money for Tzippy’s wedding was given to us by mistake, or through some deception?” “We worked with a reputable lawyer, and there’s a signed contract; what are you so worried about?” “And the silver yad?” she’d asked weakly. “Right now, we’re not doing anything with it. It’s safe here with us.” “And the strange story with the cuckoo clock?” “The man came to our house, he checked the clock out, saw exactly what it was, and he made his decision and paid us. What can he say now?” “That it was a mekach ta’us, a sale based on mistaken premises.” Eliyahu must have been tired. “So in such a case, we’ll give him back the money.” “But it’s already spent! How would we pay him back?” “From wherever Hashem will give it to us.” She smiled, discerning his exhaustion. “Fine,” she’d said. But she didn’t feel fine about it at all. Maybe she was too tired. But even if she was exhausted and anxious, she could not deny how happy she was at the same time — her father was coming to her for the first days of yom tov! She so badly wished he would agree to remain for all of Pesach. Even more than that, she hoped he would like it here so much that he’d want to leave the nursing home and move in with them permanently. The children were so thrilled when he came, and Eliyahu also got along with him beautifully. He always had. And it wasn’t only because it’s easy to get along with a rather-silent father-in-law, but because they’d taken a liking to one another from the first minute they’d met. She got up from her bed and walked into the big dining room. Eliyahu was sitting there, at the Seder table, learning with Binyamin. She passed them silently and walked to the back room of the house — her father’s room, checking that everything was in order. The bed was perfectly made, and on the little plastic nightstand stood a bottle of seltzer at room temperature, just the way her father liked it, and a few plastic cups. Everything was ready for his arrival. She could go back to her bed and rest… although she was positive she still would not fall asleep.

What had happened to them these past four months? What were these gifts, landing on their heads like candies at an aufruf?

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Antique becher, Poland, circa 1850. Note the leaf-shaped thumb balance that enables the kos to balance on the palm of the hand.


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The fascination with collecting aged objects may seem enigmatic for those of us who haven’t grown up with an appreciation for knick-knacks, brica-brac, or collections of any sort. But the truth is that antiques are far more than just trinkets meant to sit around and gather dust. There, hidden in the world of physical objects once loved and perhaps forgotten, lies Antique… Or Just an exquisite beauty. Plain Old? There was life. And legacy. There is art. And heart. Won’t you join me and wade into the wide world of antiques?

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We’ve all heard stories of people who discovered that something they’ve had lying around the house was actually worth millions even though it seemed to be just another run-of-the-mill item that had seen better days. So how do we know when something is considered an antique and when something is simply an object that’s past its prime? According to the Federal Trade Commission, an antique is an item that is at least 100 years old. Bear in mind that this 100-year rule operates on a sliding scale, and though your elter-elter-zeidy’s silver becher was made in 1921, it’s still not considered an antique… until next year. Items that are less than the 100 years old are often referred to as “vintage” and may still be valuable, given the right circumstances. But here’s the catch: Even if something is over 100 years old, that doesn’t automatically guarantee that it has value as an antique. There are factors beyond age to take into consideration. In many instanc-


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es, items that were of cheap build and consid- knowledge about various eras and locales, ered commonplace for an era often fetch little including their unique design styles, notable to nothing in the world of antiques. To un- craftsmen, use of materials, and methods derstand this better, let’s imagine my Lowe’s of production. Experts will often find that bathroom vanity a hundred years from now… a specific genre of antiques pique their inThough it’s quite pretty, it’s considered fairly average, and many others just like it can be found all over America, thereby reducing its future desirability through market saturation. A customproduced vanity in the house of a wealthy person, however, may qualify as a valuable antique in the future, due to both its rarity as well as its intrinsic material value. And, of course, if it was made by a well-known designer, that, too, will increase its worth. On the flip side, even a run-of-the-mill trinket can fetch an astronomiDespite its beauty, this exquisite limited-edition Havdalah cal price if someone of set, of which there are only 65 copies, is considered a “collectrenown once possessed able,” not an “antique,” because it is less than 100 years old. it. Likewise, if an object has lived through a notable historical event, it may be considered valuable due to its unique terests, be it in the realm of art, glassware, history. For example, a set of two menus that furniture or elsewhere. For Jonathan Greensold for $140,000 in 2012 would be considered stein, it’s antique Judaica that speaks to him, otherwise worthless had they not been sal- a calling that began whispering in his ears vaged from the Titanic. from a young age. In short, it’s the unique historical fac“When I was fourteen years old, I went to tors that give antiques their value. When a work in an antique store and began learning collector holds an antique in their hands, about silver. At that point in time, silver was they’re envisioning the past, the people and selling for almost 50 dollars an ounce [one of the events that an item lived with and lived its highest selling points in the last century], through. For them, owning an antique is and second-generation immigrants were owning a piece of history. bringing their silver to be sold as scrap metal. I felt it was inappropriate that these Kiddush cups and other types of Judaica should be A Niche Within melted down, so the non-Jewish owners gave them to me. Instead of money, those silver a Niche pieces became my paycheck.” Over time, Mr. Greenstein amassed boxes The world of antiques is incredibly vast, and in order to be considered a maven, one full of antique Judaica, both from the Gold must spend years garnering a wealth of Bug, where he had worked as a teen, and

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Giving New Life to Old Things Older home furnishings often have sentimental value, causing their owners to sometimes dream of how to spruce them up and give them a new lease on life. And while a good polish or a fresh paint job can create a newfangled look of an old beauty, it just may ruin an antique. When it comes to older home furnishings, it’s best to do your homework before going heavy-handed on the repairs. Copper and bronze objects develop a green coating over time that is usually seen as desirable, with the signs of graceful aging on wood similarly viewed as favorable. Cleaning with strong products or utilizing the wrong methods can erase patina (signs of aging) and cause the value of an item to plunge. If you’re not sure whether your heirloom will benefit or lose from a good cleaning or changes to its design, check with an reputable antiques dealer, or better yet, a restoration specialist. They can give you an idea of the item’s worth and advise you how best to bring it back into service without causing deprecation to the item’s value. With the proper care, an antique’s unique beauty can be made to shine once again.

from visiting antique fairs and flea markets. “Primary was the old flea market on 6th Avenue and 26th Street in Manhattan, which doesn’t exist anymore. There were a lot of empty lots where estates would sell their things, and because this is New York, there were many Judaica items up for sale.” Since 2002, after being invited by Rabbi Shmuel Butman of the Lubavitch Youth Organization to run what turned out to be a very successful tzedakah auction at the Park East Synagogue in Manhattan, Mr. Greenstein has been hosting Judaica auctions of his own as a licensed auctioneer. To date, J. Greenstein & Co. is the only auction house in America solely dedicated

Becher made from shemirah coins from a rebbe. Poland, circa 1880.

to antique Judaica. Admittedly, it’s a niche within a niche.

Keeper of Tashmishei Kedusha “There are currently 700 people on my mailing list from around the world.” Mr. Greenstein tells me. “About 100 are serious collectors, with 60 to 70 of them being very active. When you consider how many Yidden there are, it’s really a minuscule amount; just a drop in the bucket.” The costs of purchasing antiques is a factor that limits many from dabbling in the world of auctions, with the youngest collectors on the J.

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Greenstein list being in their 60s. Perhaps, too, the short-sightedness of youth may be a factor in the limited number of antique

Sefer Torah breastplate from Germany, circa 1880

Judaica collectors, for who can think of history when the here and now take up so much time and focus? But history begs to not be forgotten, especially when it includes so many beautiful and heilige tashmishei kedusha. Thankfully, Mr. Greenstein is devoted to safekeeping these significant parts of our past. “There are times when a Jewish person has no descendants to leave their Judaica to, and they contact me. One notable story is when a woman named Esther, who’d immigrated years before from Greece, asked me to take over a megillah that had been handed down from her mother. She had no descendants to leave it to, so I bought it from her, and at her request, gave it to my daughter who is also named Esther. I promised her that it would never leave the family.”

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So, too, there are other items that Mr. Greenstein holds especially dear that could have met tragedy had they been lost to the wider world of collectors, or worse, turned into scrap metal. One such example is the becher he keeps in his private collection and uses every Friday night. “I make Kiddush with a cup made from coins from a certain chassidishe rebbe.” When I request to see a picture of the becher, Mr. Greenstein politely declines, saying that some things are meant to be kept private. But over in his Cederhurst auction house, so many other wonderful items are publicly displayed, able to be seen and appreciated. From silver Torah crowns, to menorahs, to artwork, the collection spans a broad swath of Jewish history. “What are some of the defining features of different eras and communities?” I ask. The lesson I receive is not disappointing. “If you look at silver objects from Poland in comparison to Italian-made antiques, you’ll see a difference in the luster of the items. The Polish community was poorer, and it was common for their silver to be mixed with a higher percentage of other alloys than richer communities, thereby bringing the cost down. That’s a major difference that I speak of often.” Antiques from Sefardic communities tend to be more elaborate than Ashkenazic designs, with filigree, a delicate method of using twisted silver wire to create complex works of art, being a popular style of eras past. “The construction of the antiques varies according to the era and locale,” Mr. Greenstein continues, “with design always following the style of manufacturing and style of art that was typical of the time and place.” It is fascinating to look through the collection and see the vastly different ways that Jewish communities brought hiddur to the performance of mitzvos. Perhaps even more beautiful is the fact that one man has taken upon himself to preserve these beauties for future generations to enjoy.


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He was known as the loneliest guy in town. Instead of twiddling his thumbs, he would fill his time playing single-player games, doing crossword puzzles — and then, out of sheer boredom — beadwork. Who was this man, and why was he so bored? He was the Maytag repairman, made famous in Maytag’s advertisements from 1967 until the end of the twentieth century. He was Ol’ Lonely, who was rarely called upon for repairs, because Maytag’s machines were almost indestructible. Today, is he still so lonely? Maytag appliance owners, you tell us. Ol’ Lonely was retired in 2005, when he became a symbol of customers’ broken trust in a company they once had confidence in.

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They don’t make ‘em like they used to. That’s right; they don’t. The life expectancy of stuff is on the decline, and we don’t need these graphs portraying the life spans of appliances owned by people with very sharp memories to prove that.

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While there were also those interviewed whose appliances lasted too long to make it onto these graphs (if they’re on their second — or first! — set, there’s no comparison to study), the trend across the board, and across the world, is showing appliances meeting their demise way sooner than their predecessors did.

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Even Malka S. who fared best in this informal study, says, “I’m not sure I’m the right person for this survey. My friends tell me I’m awful for the economy.” And it seems she is. While her Hotpoint stove is still in great condition, her two sisters-in-law, who’d purchased the same piece at the same time, have had numerous repairs on theirs and replaced the ignitor at least twice, and Malka cooks for crowds regularly! Why was the life expectancy of appliances so dramatically reduced?

‫מחזור המפורש‬

It’s A Package Deal We want a self-cleaning oven. Obviously. (How would we clean it for Pesach otherwise?) And highefficiency washing machines that yield snow-white whites. We want them to sense our load size and soil level, and to sanitize it all — without an agitator, of course, so the clothes shouldn’t rip. We want delay start options on our ovens and washers. If the washer won’t wash while we’re still asleep, and the oven won’t bake while we’re at work (and then turn off in time), how can we run our homes? We want frost-free freezers and energy-efficient refrigerators with a keypad that offers us the world at our fingertips. With ice makers, of course. And it all comes at a price, one that gets paid to the frequently visiting repairman, and to the appliance company for our new models. These delicate mechanisms and advanced features give contemporary models so much to break and greatly compromise their durability. Indeed, the dramatic change you see in Sarah B.’s timeline happened once she switched over to selfcleaning ovens and used the feature regularly. “In the roughly five years each of my appliances lasted, the wire on the oven ceiling that regulates the thermostat was slowly being damaged during selfcleaning, and I was constantly replacing it at a cost of about $175 a pop. After a few such repairs, it was already worth it to buy a new one. “Why is my current one still in good shape? With my kids married and out of the house, my oven only gets twenty percent of its previous use.” Wanting to hold on to her oven, A.H. says she never uses the self-clean mode or lets her oven work for hours at a time. It’s been fourteen years, and it’s still going strong. However, a look at the chart reveals that her washing machine did not fare as well! There’s even more to it. Today’s appliances are more lightweight with more streamlined, sauve designs. Most people are not ready to install in their homes yesterday’s heavy-duty clunkers, both for their sheer weight and their utilitarian appearance — and noise! We trade durability for aesthetics and convenience. Energy efficiency is another downer as far as longevity is concerned, but it does save us a pretty buck.

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They don’t make ‘em like they used to? That’s right. But we don’t even want them to.

Third-Party Hands Due to the expense of producing machines high in technology and low in energy consumption, many companies are outsourcing the production of some of the components of their machines to cheaper third-party companies, which means that even if you buy a brand appliance, some of the parts may be of inferior quality and give you trouble. However, that does allow for a lower upfront cost in the purchase of an appliance.

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And the fact that there are only four major appliOne of the leading causes the prosperous Roaring ance companies (Whirlpool, Electrolux, LG, Samsung) Twenties was immediately followed by the Great De- doesn’t help matters. After all, it’s competition that’s pression was factory overproduction. The assembly line good for the consumer, not monopoly. Another way planned obsolescence manifests itself allowed for affordable manufacture, and in this era of plenty, appliances became available for the average in electronics by forcing customers to replace goods is American home. However, when every home was al- with non-replaceable batteries that are trapped inside ready outfitted with the best of ‘20s technology, and pro- devices. When the battery goes, so does the device, and duction was still going strong, the factory storage rooms the battery, unfortunately, is designed with an early terstarted to fill, then overfill, with an oversupply of mer- mination date in mind. Planned obsolescence also includes perceived obsochandise — merchandise there was no demand for. Factories that had provided jobs for so many and breathed lescence: There’s design and fashion and new models life into the economy started closing down, driving the to upgrade to, not because of functional concerns, but because of aesthetic factors. Riding the cycle of fashion, country into the worst economic rut of all time. many consumers opt to give their homes a facelift even Today, companies are smarter. In contemporary products, we are finding disturbing when something is still fully functional. While obsolescence includes more aspects, like softtrends: appliance doors held together by glue instead of screws, fridge door sealers that come apart during rou- ware not being compatible at certain times, the idea is clear: The lifespan of stuff is tine cleaning, motors that last a short not by error, but by dethird to a quarter as long as they sign, a fact that is upsetting to did in the past, and washing consumers all over the world. machine controls that just don’t The first person to employ Even governments have tried wake up one day. this aspect of planned to fight it, but so far, things are It’s highly unlikely that the breaking faster than ever. inferior make is due to a lack obsolescence, though he of know-how or the inability to insisted it was “dynamic create something stronger. It all obsolescence,” was General To Repair or points to something deliberate Motors head Alfred P. Sloan — planned obsolescence. Replace? Jr. who worked on introducMany appliances fail simply ing a new Chevrolet model because they are designed to do If you’re under a factory wardesign annually, though it’s so: Parts are deliberately manuranty, the choice is obvious. But said he took the idea from factured to fail after an amount if you’ll be dipping into your the bicycle industry. of time. The math is simple: If pocket to cover the repair, keep the machine breaks, the custhe 50% rule in mind: If the cost tomer will buy a new one. of the repair is half or more of

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70 years

13 years

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11 years

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30 years

10 years

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13 years

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13 years

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15 years

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10 years

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15 years

Microwave oven

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9 years

Dishwasher

40 years

9 years

the cost of a replacement, and the item is more than 50% through its life expectancy, it’s time to call it the quits. Often people will repair, despite the repair being more costly or the appliance being older, because of a specific nook the appliance, which is no longer available to purchase, has to fit into, or because new wiring would be needed for more upgraded models. If you are opting to repair rather than replace, keep in mind that according to Consumer Reports, customers are more satisfied with the repairs of private reputable repairmen than factory repairs. If it’s time to bid your long-serving, or in most cases, short-serving, appliance adieu, do your research well. A cheaper model is very often not worth its short life span and the headaches it will cause.

The Bit You Can Do There isn’t much we can do about the changing tides of industrialism, but there are some things you can do to try to elongate the life span of your appliance. • Register your appliances immediately after purchase. If there’s a recall (a very common reason for appliance failure, and sometimes a fatal hazard) you’ll be notified, and the matter will be seen to with a replacement or a repair at no cost to you. • Good maintenance has a direct impact. Being hard on your machines, stuffing the washing machine to the brim, not cleaning dryer vents and lint, and self-cleaning your oven too often will often send your items to an early demise. Handle with care. Long live may your appliances!

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Equipment Large cheap pot (disposable pot also works) Long-handled slotted spoon

“Shortcut” Cheese

Ingredients

Yields 4 to 5 cups of cheese

1 gallon low-fat (blue) milk Juice of 2 lemons ½ tsp. salt

This method will produce a cheese with a texture similar to ricotta cheese (or a cross between cottage and farmer cheese).

½ cup whole milk

Directions 1. Pour low-fat milk into the pot and cook until almost boiling. Watch milk carefully, as cooking milk expands. Shut the flame as soon as the milk starts to rise, or you’ll soon be crying over spilled milk. 2. Pour lemon juice into milk and stir with a slotted spoon. Milk will separate into cheesy solids and yellowish clear liquid. 3. Allow cheese to cool and settle. 4. When cool enough to handle, pour off liquid, pressing cheese against the side of the pot with the slotted spoon to drain as much as possible. 5. The cheese needs to be rinsed and drained to remove the lemony, tangy taste. To do this, pour enough water over cheese until

it looks like watery cottage cheese. Pour off water and squeeze cheese with the spoon against the side of the pot. 6. Repeat two more times. Cheese should look quite dry, similar to shredded foam chips. 7. Add ½ teaspoon salt and the whole milk. Mix well to incorporate milk into cheese. Taste and add more salt/milk if desired. (Do not use low-fat milk for this step, as it will make the cheese taste rubbery.) The cheese is now ready to be enjoyed as is or used in any recipe. This recipe freezes well, although a better texture will result if it is frozen before adding milk in step 7, and milk is added once it’s defrosted.

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Real Homemade Yogurt

Making your own yogurt with commercial yogurt as a starter is quite simple, with pretty consistent results. But when I wanted to make my own starter, I asked a neighbor, who I know cooks everything heimish, for directions. “Just squeeze half a lemon into a liter of boiled and cooled milk, and let it sit until it becomes yogurt,� was her sounds-easy-as-pie answer. Needless to say, I squeezed lots of half lemons into many bottles of milk before I achieved anything close to yogurt (and soon my fridge looked like a yogurt lab with labeled containers of various white concoctions as proof of all my efforts). I hope the following directions will have you enjoying homemade yogurt a lot faster — and with a lot less effort. Making yogurt from scratch is not hard. It just requires patience, as the lemon juice takes more time to culture than with a commercial starter. It is amazing to watch, though, as the milk slowly thickens and naturally turns into yogurt. 132 / THE MONSEY VIEW / March 12, 2020 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


Equipment

Ingredients

Pot (disposable pot also works)

Whole milk (see directions for quantity)

Spoon

½ tsp. lemon juice

Plastic containers

Sugar, coffee and/or cinnamon, for flavoring

Directions 1. Measure 6 ounces (¾ cup) milk into a pot and cook until almost boiling (milk will start rising). 2. Pour 4 ounces (½ cup) of the milk into a small plastic container (or cup). 3. Add lemon juice to the remaining 2 ounces of milk in the pot, and continue cooking until milk curdles and separates. Remove from heat. 4. Allow milk in the container to cool until lukewarm. Spoon 1 teaspoon of curdled milk solids (use only solids, not watery liquid) into milk, and mix gently to combine. Cover container, punching holes into cover to allow air in. Air is necessary to help the yogurt develop. 5. Now comes the test to your patience: Let the yogurt culture sit at room temperature until it thickens to yogurt consistency. This may take 2 to 3 days (yes, days). Do not try to rush this process by placing it in a warm place or near heat. I’ve turned several cultures into sour

milk that way. Just wait patiently. 6. After 2 to 3 days, when milk has thickened, cook an additional 8 ounces (1 cup) of milk until almost boiling, and cool to lukewarm. Pour this milk into a container, and stir starter into milk, mixing well. Cover the same way as above, and allow to sit at room temperature again until thickened. This step will take about 8 to 10 hours. Your starter is now ready to be turned into yogurt. 7. Measure 6 cups of milk into a pot, and heat until almost boiling (milk begins to rise). Allow to cool until lukewarm. Add starter to warm milk and mix well. You may add sugar/flavorings at this point if you wish. 8. Cover and allow to sit at room temperature until yogurt thickens. Refrigerate and enjoy! Note: I tried this only with whole milk. Low-fat milk will give you a much looser, thinner yogurt.

If, after all that time and patience, you’re left with a batch of yogurt that hasn’t set properly, the following method can be tried as a remedy before discarding the ill-fated batch.

Greek-Style Yogurt Once yogurt is ready and refrigerated, pour off all accumulated liquid. Fold 6 to 7 sheets of paper towel to fit into a yogurt container. Place folded paper towels over yogurt and cover container. Punch some holes in cover and invert the container onto a plate or into a larger container. Place into the fridge to drain for several hours. Remove wet paper towels and enjoy thick and creamy yogurt.

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Stovetop Cheesecake With a choice of two tempting crusts and one delicious cheese filling, your morning coffee has some new Pesach friends.

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Stovetop Cheesecake

Nut Crust Yields one 7” crust

Ingredients ¾ cup ground almonds 6 T. potato starch

Equipment 9x13” disposable pans

Containers

7” disposable pan(s)

Plastic fork

6 T. sugar 3 egg yolks Pinch of salt

Directions 1. Mix all ingredients with a fork until well combined.

Cheese Layer

2. Grease a 7’’ disposable pan. Press mixture evenly into the pan.

Enough for two 7” pans

Ingredients 3 T. potato starch ½ cup milk

Chocolate Crust

2 cups homemade cheese

Yields one 7” crust

4 eggs, beaten with fork

Ingredients

10 T. sugar

3 T. cocoa

4 T. oil (see note)

¾ cup potato starch

Directions

6 T. sugar

1. Dissolve potato starch in milk. Combine all ingredients with a fork until smooth.

1 egg

2. Pour over the crust. 3. Place doubled 9x13” pan (one pan inside the other) on the stove. Fill with boiling water to 1” depth. Place cheesecake into the water bath. Cover all with foil, and cook over medium-low heat for 45 minutes. Remove from water. Cool and chill in the refrigerator. This cheesecake keeps fresh for up to a week. Note: Oil may be omitted; cheesecake will be a bit drier without it.

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Directions 1. Combine all ingredients with a fork until combined. 2. Grease a 7’’ disposable pan. Pour mixture into the pan and freeze while preparing the filling.


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Pancakes

Basic Batter Ingredients 5 eggs

Blintzes Cheese Latkes Cheese Omelet Broaden your chol hamoed breakfast possibilities. The smell of sweet, warm cheese will get some sleepyheads to the table a lot quicker!

6 T. potato starch 1½ cups whole milk Pinch salt ¼ cup sugar ¼ cup oil (see note)

Directions 1. Beat eggs well with a fork. 2. Dissolve potato starch in milk. Add the eggs along with remaining ingredients and beat well. Allow batter to sit for a half-hour for smoother, softer crepes/ latkes. Note: Adding oil to the batter keeps the crepes from sticking to the pan. If you don’t use oil on Pesach, you may omit the oil, and heat the frying pan to very hot before adding batter to the pan. This will cause crepes to stick to the pan less.

Pancakes Yields 6 large or 15 small pancakes. Use ½ cup potato starch for thicker pancakes.

Ingredients Basic batter

Directions 1. Pour a thicker layer of batter into a frying pan. Fry until edges are brown. 2. Flip and fry a bit longer. Flip onto a plate and repeat with the remaining batter. 3. Serve with applesauce, blended fruit sauce (as described in blintzes section), or yogurt and cut-up fruit.

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Blintzes Yields 14 small or 8 large blintzes

Ingredients Crepes:

Cheese Omelet This is a great low-carb, filling breakfast choice. Use vegetables of your choice — or skip the vegetables altogether, and use just eggs and cheese. Yields 2 large omelets

Basic batter

Equipment

Filling: 2 cups homemade cheese ¼ cup sugar

Nonstick frying pan with cover (or use silver foil to cover) Pareve/milchig knife

Directions

Ingredients

1. To make crepes, heat frying pan on high heat. When hot, pour some batter into the pan, swirling the pan to cover the bottom with batter. Fry until the edges are brown. Flip and fry for a few seconds longer.

3 eggs, well beaten

2. Flip onto a plate. Repeat with the remaining batter.

2 T. oil

3. For filling, mix cheese with sugar. 4. Spread 2 to 4 tablespoons of cheese (depending on size) onto each crepe. Fold edges in and roll up. To serve as shown: Cut a ripe mango (or any fruit) into large chunks, and blend until smooth. Spoon sauce over blintzes.

Cheese Latkes Yields about 15 latkes

Ingredients Basic batter 1–1 ½ cups homemade cheese ¼ cup sugar

Directions Add cheese to the basic batter and fry in hot oil.

½ cup homemade cheese Salt, to taste

2 T. chopped onion ½ carrot, peeled and finely shredded ½ small squash, peeled and finely shredded

Directions 1. Beat eggs with cheese and salt. 2. Heat frying pan over high heat. Add oil and onions, and saute for 2 minutes. Add shredded carrot and squash. Continue sauteing for several minutes until very soft. Remove half of the vegetables, and place them in a small bowl or plate. 3. Pour half of the egg mixture over vegetables in the pan, mixing slightly to distribute evenly. Lower flame to medium and cook, covered, until eggs are set. Slide omelet onto a plate and fold in half. 4. Return reserved vegetables to the pan (add 1 tablespoon of oil, if necessary). Pour remaining eggs over vegetables and cook as above.

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Progress Report Cabinet Fever With spring’s official arrival this week comes that antsy feeling commonly referred to as spring fever. A variation of cabin fever, it hints at our readiness to get outdoors and greet the sunshine. Let’s embrace the sentiment in reverse and bring the sun’s rays inside by opening windows, welcoming the (relative) warmth, and accomplishing without overworking. This final one is bound to put a sunny smile on all of our faces!

Our progress has been slow but steady, and we’re heading into the kitchen — the central chometz hub. As you get started on the cabinets, it is understandable to feel like you’re getting ahead of yourself. But consider the following two points: 1. Even once a cabinet has already been cleaned for Pesach, the items within can absolutely still be used! After all, I suspect you wash your pots and pans prior to replacing them on the shelves. Still, as we get closer to Pesach, I do recommend that you cook dinners that aren’t technically chometz. Take inventory of your leftover ingredients, and get rid of the chometz items first. Then proceed with cooking proper dinners with rice, potatoes, cornstarch and all other chometz-free, if not kosher l’Pesach, ingredients. 2. The purpose of this cleaning is to ensure that food items aren’t hiding where they aren’t meant to be. To that end, as a year-round recommendation, I advise keeping food limited to just a few cabinets, thus leaving the rest relatively clean.

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Start by creating a kitchen checklist enumerating every single cabinet, drawer and shelf in your kitchen. Near each item on the list, assign an approximate time frame — this will make the project seem smaller and more doable. Next, divide the tasks among the days of the coming week. Don’t feel daunted by the (purposefully) long list! By being overly specific, each item will have a short completion time — and you will have many more items to cross off. Crossing items off a list is one of life’s sweeter pleasures. Some more tips: • Prior to starting, clear counters of everything, especially chometz. Working on clear, clean surfaces makes the job go faster. • Be careful not to take out more than you can put back in the time you’ve allotted for the task in order to avoid overloaded kitchen counters. • Work with a timer. Among many other benefits, a timer will keep you focused on the task and push you to work fast to complete it. • Keep in mind that while the cabinets are mostly divided among the first three days, additional time is allocated for some of them on Thursday and Friday.

Sunday March 15

Half of the upper cabinets

Due to the laws of gravity and its tendency to send dust and dirt earthbound, it’s always smart to start with the upper cabinets. For today, let’s complete the cabinets that house the least-used items. Of course, that also means reevaluating the value of those pieces, and whether it is worth the real estate it occupies. Even a wonderful gadget or a single-purpose mini appliance might be wasting your space. At the time of purchase, it might have seemed like a good idea, but if it’s only been used once (to see how well it worked — and it didn’t, really), you aren’t benefiting by holding on to it. This might apply to the bread maker, pasta maker, ice cream maker… you get the idea. If you wouldn’t have bothered replacing the item if it would’ve gotten lost, broken or stolen, then do yourself a favor and “lose” it now.

Monday March 16

Other half of the upper cabinets

Tuesday March 17

By Monday you’ll proceed with the rest of the upper cabinets, completing both the milchig and fleishig sides.

Lower cabinets

It is worthwhile to mention that there is no need to rewash your dishes at this time — unless you actually find encrusted food on them (which I’m kind of hopeful you won’t). Of course, if you have spare time and want to give your pots an extra shine, I’m not going to object. But how about this? You’ll still be cooking in these pots over the next week or two. Each time you wash one, give it special attention then.

Depending on your kitchen size, you may have more or less work today. Keep going, until you’re done!

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Kitchen drawers can always benefit from decluttering, location-conscious placement and proper organization. So after removing all items that aren’t serving a purpose and ascertaining that your drawer contents are where they ought to be for optimal kitchen efficiency, clean the drawer well and find a way to keep that drawer neat. The ideal tool is drawer organizers with neatly labeled, divided sections. Besides enabling you to find what you need easily, which increases kitchen efficiency, these organizers will also maintain order. The dividers needn’t be expensive, and some double-sided tape can keep them from sliding around. The drawer in which you keep silver foil, plastic bags, parchment paper and the like will call upon your Tetris skills, but keep in mind that a snugly fit drawer is a tidy drawer.

Thursday March 19

Pantry and any skipped cabinets and drawers

For obvious reasons I left food for last, but the recommendation is to plan your menu at the beginning of the week so that the chometz gamur is used early on, thus preventing the need to toss too much. If you choose to, you can still keep one cabinet for the leftover chometz you’ll be using until after Shabbos. Alternatively, you might opt to move it all to a box. The optimal choice is the one that works best for you.

Sunday March 22

Friday March 20

Two or three easy cabinets

With the longer Friday comes the opportunity to accomplish more, and therefore I do recommend that you allocate two or three easy cabinets for today — but not much else. Work with a timer, turn on some music, and put on a pair of comfortable shoes — and a smile! With the right attitude, this work can be downright enjoyable! Now look around the room and pat yourself on the back.

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Spring will be here soon enough, and we want you heading outdoors to enjoy a leisurely afternoon like it’s meant to be enjoyed: in that blissfully relaxed state, knowing that you’re so comfortably ahead of schedule.

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Congratulations to the hundreds of Monsey residents who made it to the finish line of Week 5 of our Pesach Countdown! We are honored to have a part in Monsey’s sparkling homes, and to help you pave the way to a smooth Pesach season. Thank you for sharing your warm feedback! Keep going! We wish you much hatzlacha.

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Last week: Bringing their finances under control affects every area of Menachem and Leah’s life… for the better.

After sixteen months... Today is a big day for us. It’s the day we’ve been working toward for the past sixteen months. Today is the day we’ll be making our last payment on our last credit card. Baruch Hashem! Hooray! We are debt-free! We want to shout it from the rooftops, hold the echo in our hearts. We want everyone to know. We made it. We made it! We’re home free, at last. What does it feel like? Like we scaled an impossible mountain. Like we accomplished the incredible. Like our personal Kriyas Yam Suf. Victory is sweet after sweating so hard. The air seems clearer at the top; breathing feels easier. The trek was a challenge, but the view is so worth it. The beginning was harder. We were cutting back on everything, sticking to a very tight budget. And each month it seemed that only such a very small amount was getting shaved off our total debt… But as the weeks went on, and our snowball gained momentum (see Week 2 for the snowball strategy), things got easier. It became almost a game, and we’d challenge ourselves: How else can we save? Where else can we cut? How soon

can we wipe off the next credit card balance? It became so much fun — almost addictive. We used to splurge in honor of our anniversary. Well, on our last anniversary, we had a beautiful dinner at home, and went to the river to watch sunset over the water instead. Then we paid off a $500 debt. Wiped it out. And it’s hard to describe the thrill of paying off that card (it was one before our last!), because it would just seem silly on paper. But, oh, what a thrill it was! I think this may have been our best anniversary yet. All those things we told you about the door-

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mat effect? Well, it’s all still true, only there are even more things happening now. We definitely gained more than just our financial freedom. There’s much more structure in our lives, and more responsibility, better communication, a stronger work ethic, financial security and peace of mind. Menachem quit smoking after about six months of budgeting (the amount he was smoking per day was expensive, and it was the only thing left to cut!). He had been trying to quit for a long time, and the financial push was a huge incentive. As of this week, he hasn’t smoked for a full ten months! And financially, if we keep up this momentum, we’ll hopefully be able to buy a house within the next year or two! We’re celebrating with a bottle of bubbly — l’chaim! — and then Menachem wants to invite our coach over for a plastic surgery confetti party to cut up our cards. He was such a big part of our success — we couldn’t have done it without him — and it would mean so much to have him over to share in the joy. We know he’s super proud, and we are too!

Coach’s Take: What’s next? Job well done! You can be so proud of yourselves! You worked hard, stuck to the plan, and kept your eyes on the goal. Now it’s time to enjoy the view! The next step in the process would be to fill your emergency fund. You’ve already got $1,000 in there, and that’s the bare minimum, appropriate while you’re in debt. Now it’s time to save up for three to six months worth of expenses. You don’t want to be in a situation where you have to go back into debt! After that, you’re free to follow your dream and start saving up for a house, as well as plan for simchos and retirement. Good for you!

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Thanks, Uncle Sam! Garage sales are an American brainchild. Today, there are an estimated 165,000 garage sales per week in the United States.

For the Record Garage sales work to the nation’s advantage, because disposing of waste costs money. Perhaps that’s the reason most garage sales are not taxable in much of the USA. In some states, one must acquire a permit in order to hold a resale event. Some jurisdictions restrict the number of sales a year a person can organize without being subject to sales tax.

It’s official! National Garage Sale Day is celebrated the second weekend of August. Oregon ranks #1 as the state with the most garage sales. In Wyoming, garage sales are least popular, but that may be because it’s the least populous state...

Follow the Trail to Garage Sales… Romage Sales: In the early 1800s, shipping yards began selling unclaimed items or damaged cargo at discounted rates. Rummage Sales: Soon these sales were moved out of the shipyards and over to community centers. In about 1858, the term “rummage sale” was first used in this context. Before long, “yard sales” and “garage sales” were popping up in private yards and garages in residential neighborhoods.

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A Yard Sale by Any Other Name A pop-up shop selling secondhand items can also be dubbed: moving sale, tag sale, thrift sale, attic sale and even junk sale and garbage sale. Often held by schools or organizations, the organizers of white elephant sales accept donations of items that are burdensome or have no use to their owners, and then sell these items in a fundraising effort. To avoid the hassle of making a garage sale, people sometimes showcase excess items that may be useful to others in a Free Box. A number of states have implemented such a box or location for the items to be dropped off for display. Unclaimed items are donated to charity after a while.


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The Five Basic Q’s: Practically Speaking What? A garage sale is an informal shop where private individuals resell used items without a business license or sales tax. Where? Private sales are held in garages, yards or driveways, and they’re most common in suburban areas. Joint sales are popular, too, in public locations. When? Popularly hosted over the weekend, weather permitting. The hours between 7 and 11 a.m. are usually busiest. Why? People organize garage sales in order to declutter, do some spring cleaning, before a move, or to earn some pocket cash. Average profit: Anywhere between $500 and $1,000.

Dump or Deal? Most popular items to sell or buy: Clothing Books Toys and games Household decorations

Communal Sales: Let’s Do This Together! The Highway 127 Corridor Sale: Visit the world’s longest yard sale, where private individuals and professional vendors sell their wares simultaneously alongside a route that runs 690 miles long. From Michigan to Alabama, the corridor spans five states. Running from east to west, the Coast to Coast Sale moves along the U.S. 50 highway every May since 1999.

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Some things you may not want to buy at a secondhand sale: Baby cribs

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PLAYING RULES: Find words on the board containing four letters or more. Letters of a word must be connected in a chain (each letter should be adjacent to the next either vertically, horizontally or diagonally), and each letter can only be used once in a given word. The following are not allowed in Boggle: Adding “s” to a word • Proper nouns • Abbreviations • Contractions • Acronyms

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FIVE WINNERS OF THE $5 GIFT CARDS AT TOYS4U! A $5 credit was issued at Toys4U on the account of the phone number listed on your submission.

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By: Faigy Jacobowitz Send your colored page to The Monsey View to enter a drawing for a chance to have your artwork featured in our pages and win $5 at Toys4U! Five lucky winners will be announced each week! To enter the raffle, email your colored page to comments@themonseyview.com, or mail it to 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952. Submissions will be included in the drawing only if all information is filled in. Name:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone:______________________________________ Age:_____________ School:__________________________________________________________________________

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BY RABBi SHMUEL ECKSTEIN

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845.284.9777

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PARNASSAH

SHIDDUCHIM

HEALTH

SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100 UNIQUE OFFER Looking for extra income? Seeking motivated women to join our amazing team!! No experience necessary. Full training and support. 7188418320.

NACHAS

CHILDREN

SUCCESS

SHALOM BAYIS

BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646 BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email frimitbabies@gmail.com

BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910

BABY GEMACH short term loans of carseats, pack n plays, strollers, pumps and more! 845.397.7724 or visit soralasbabygemach. com.

ACCESSORIES BASKET To place in the Chasunah Hall. Monsey halls only. No fee. 845-371-6857

BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat.

BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com

BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602

GEMACHIM

BED REST? We do the laudry for you. 213-7437 (also looking for volunteers) BIKE RACK GEMACH Fits all cars. Holds up to 3 bikes. 845-659-1863. BLUE LIGHT Gemach in monsey, pls call before. 845.425.1919

BRIS GEMACH beautiful bris outfit w hat, poya and pillowcase. Suzzane area 845 425 8359 BRIS GEMACH Outfit, blanket and poia 845 425 3873 CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278


CALLING ALL SUPERSTARS! JOIN OUR TEAM!

GREAT WORKING ENVIRONMENT!

NOW OPEN: Full-time coordinator positions! sfliegman@marquishc.com

845.205.9513

A member of

We control all types of pests:

www.marquishc.com

JOIN OUR TEAM! QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST Position includes: •Communicate with caregivers and clients •Investigate and document incident reports •Assist with other QA projects and tasks Requirements: •excellent phone and writing skills •previous homecare experience preferred email resumes to jobs@commhealthcare.com

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Classifieds

// gemachim

Miriam Aronoff, D.D.S. and Associates

General, Family & Children's Dentistry

• Male & Female Dentists available • Sunday & evening hours available. • Most insurances accepted.

2 Pearl Drive

(corner of Pearl & Rt. 306 N. just past Wesley Kosher)

WESLEY HILLS

COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841

DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660

CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n play bassinets. 425-1202

FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.

CHUPPAH GEMACH Green velvet portable Chuppah. 845-425-4790

FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome!

FREE ADVICE with OPWDD/self direction and community classes. call 1201 892 0526 email slfydhm@gmail.com HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 KALLAH ACCESSORY GEMACH Everything you need for the kallah (except for the gown) Crown, veil, shoes, decktich, fur cape 845-426-0767

ISRAEL GPS No fee. English or Hebrew. Must reserve in advance by email at IsraelGPS@gngroup. com

Brooklyn Upstate

‫בברכת הג‬

‫ן ה‬

‫וצ‬

‫רע‬

‫במ‬

‫בעידוד ו‬

‫ס‬ ‫ בפרט‬- ‫ה‬

718.246.2188 845.244.9090

info@gisenblei.com

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‫הסר‬

‫אוה‬ ‫"צ שליט"א‬ ‫ש "ק‬

‫ווערט אויפגעראכטן בעז"ה און געניסט‬ ‫ סוקסעס אין‬,‫פון אפענע השפעות‬ .‫ביזנעס און הצלחה מיט די קינדער‬

www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484

GOWN GEMACH South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278

‫עי‬

EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.

GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee)

FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643

‫ת‬

DOONA CAR SEAT GEMACH If you need a doona for any medical reason or for any other reason for a short period of time Please call 845-445-7474

GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031.

‫ק ו‬ ‫בדו‬

CHUPPAH TEFILLOS tefillos and tehillim booklets for the chupa time 845-2130602.

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

‫מנ‬

CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456

‫ו‬

845.712.5133 1 Fletcher Road

Suite C (between Robert Pitt Dr. & Monsey Blvd.)

MONSEY

HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293. NEW GOWN GEMACH sisters of the Kallah/chasson. Adult Size 0-12. 845-517- 8808 ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838. ‎ OT WATER URNS H 845-425-9211 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 ‫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 MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. call/ text 845-445-9687

‫פארמעקט‬ ‫די סימפטאמען פון 'עין‬ ‫הרע' דורך די סגולה בדוק‬ .'‫ומנוסה פון 'גיסן בליי‬


Seeking Full Time Secretary

Seeking Full Time Secretary

Bikur Cholim is looking to hire a full-time secretary / co

Applicants should be self-motivated, experienced, and have the following q

Bikur Cholim is looking to hire a full-time secretary • Excellent written and verbal/ coordinator communication skills

• Computer Experience • Multi-tasking time capabilities Applicants should be self-motivated, experienced, andand have themanagement following qualifications: • Fluency in Yiddish and English • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Computer Experience

• Multi-tasking and time management capabilities • Fluency in Yiddish and English Job Benefits: •

Competitive salary

Job • Benefits: Benefits

• Competitive salary • Benefits • Warm and supportive work environment • Satisfaction of helping others • Warm and supportive work environment • Satisfaction of helping others

Please email your resume to asteinberg@achieveb Please email your resume to asteinberg@achievebh.org

PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538 GEMACH ‫מוהלים‬ We are ready to sharpen your knives. 718-384-6214

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 JWAZE DEVICE 8455965856 leave message

FREE HOTLINE Increase the kedusha and strengthen your connection to Hashem. Women’s inspirational, interactive and informative hotline: Yiddish 6469271200 English 9179249900

‫טייערע כלה‬ ‫נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה‬ ‫מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט‬ ,‫ שיעורים‬,‫ הדרכה‬,‫השקפה‬ ‫ וואכן פאר‬4‫ רעזעווירט‬.‫תפילות‬ 845-352-2560 ‫די חתונה‬

HAIRCUTS & STYLING GEMACH $7 haircuts. $10 styling. call miri after 4:30 426-2561

MOVING BOX GEMACH New Hempstead area. text 845-642-5286 to arrange pick up

SIMCHA HAT $25. many styles/ colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. 347 351 1604

PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885

BANDS & BERETS GEMACH Previous season designer sample leftovers. New ladies berets and bands $10. Sun & Thurs 8-9 pm. Please call before 845-290-8319

REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. If anyone borrowed please return as soon as possible. 845-3560815

GILD

Fine Table Linens

A Unique selection of fine tablecloths, napkins, toppers, runners, and exclusive linen challah covers. Call/text 845-232-1844 E: gildtablelinens@gmail.com Follow us @gildtablelinens

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Classifieds

// gemachim // dresses & gowns // lost

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

YEARLY MEMBERSHIPS

RS!

SEPARATE MENS & WOMENS HOU

NOW ON SALE!

ANNUAL FAMILY SWIM PASS ANNUAL SINGLE SWIM PASS REG. $1000 REG. $450

NOW $450

NOW $200

Mens Hours:

Womens Hours:

Sun: 3pm - 6:30pm & 10pm - 12am Mon: 12:15pm - 2:30pm Tue: 9pm - 12am Thur: 9pm - 12am Motzai Shabbos: 8:05pm - 12am

Sun: 9:15am - 3pm & 6:30pm - 10pm Mon: 9:15pm - 12am Wed: 12:15pm - 2:30pm & 9:00pm - 12am Motzai Shabbos: 1 hr after zmam - 8pm

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TOP R ATED IN NE W YORK/NE W JERSEY

COMMERCIAL KITCHENS EXHAUST SYSTEM & HOOD CLEANING

845.825.2406

5-Hour Class Center Every Sunday 8pm 14 Park Ln. (Across Nitra Shul)

hoodblasterinc@gmail.com FULLY LICENSED & INSURED

PIDYON HABEN GEMACH Located in Wesley Hills. Call/ Text 845-579-2351 or email gemach.pidyonhaben@ gmail.com PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333 ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. South Fallsburg 845-434-3865. SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816

SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 THE WEDDING KIT All necessities for Kallah/ Chosson’s family for the wedding night. Leili Nishmas: Perel Gela Bas R’ Shloima. 845-371-2947 TOY GEMACH 3 different sets of exciting toys available for free to help you and your children enjoy your simcha. Call/text Rifki Zimmerman 917-538-3453. SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers, mikes, mixers, cables. 917-382-8809 SHABBOS SIMCHA GEMACH Becher, Challah deklich, Zemiros, Benchers… 845425-0498 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513 TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504 UMBRELLA GEMACH For simchas, events etc. 216470-9841

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RELIABLE & PUNCTUAL SERVICE

WHITE KALLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036

KALLAH GOWN Beautiful and classy size 2, high split collar, three quarter sleeve Kalla gown for sale. Call/text 8455876411

TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105

MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4. White base with mauve & blue embroidered flowers. pls call 845-596-9933

SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH Accepting donations. New or gently used. 862-505-9546

RENT/SALE Black & White Exquisite gown for rent/sale.Text only 845-826-2185

WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851.

GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info

TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014

GOWN FOR RENT

WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121

DRESSES/GOWNS GOWN RENTAL New custom gown rental for ladies & teens 8456592799

beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4 8455380391 MATERNITY GOWN Custom Black maternity gown for rent/ sale. Size 8. 845-425-2451 CHILDREN’S GOWNS Magnificent children’s gowns sizes 2,4,9,10,12 for rent, and adult size 6 and 12. please call 8453710395 or 3474615190.


t & found // free giveaways

Computer slowing down? Errors on your hard drive? Replace your slow hard drive with a fast SSD, and Clone your data

We replace broken laptop screens, install web filters and anti-virus. New and Used Computer Computer Sales Sales

Software Installation Installation and and Support Support Software

Office: 845-694-0014 Cell: 845-548-8151 chaim@infosecuritytechnologies.com www.doctor-laptop.com

WHITE & GOLD GOWN Stunning sister of the bride white and gold gown size 0-2 for sale or rent. 845-641-4361. BLACK DRESS Beautiful brand new black sz 4 elegant dress for sale. Never worn. 845-642-2728 ONE OF A KIND Magnificent cream dress size 0-2 for sale/rent. Please call 845.200.4326 CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924

LOST Black ladies headband with velvet flowers in black shopping bag 354-7645 Grey small suitcase M”S on Monsey trails from BP 376-5160 heart shaped gold pendant March 3 on Saddle River or on 59, Town Square. call 8454261367 or text 3478653389 for simunim

FOUND small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612 Pair childrens glasses on Briarcliff 4 weeks ago. 845425-7469

Postal money order on Maple near Satmar Shul Monsey Blvd 845-587-7522 Headband on Horton Shabbos P’ Mishpatim 845-4262858 Hamaspik Ballroom 503-0201: H&M little boys size 5-6 navy blazer. Few mens cashmere shawls grey/print. Chit Hameshilish book/ sefer with name Shmeel Pinchas Zafern. Black IKKS blazer/sweater size 4. G&G navy suit rekel size 16m. Turquois baby bath towel brand new with tags. Single black leather glove size xs. Brand new with tags womans coral NY&Co. top. Black shawl with silver stars. Black Gracia ladies jacket size large Money in Shoppers Haven 845-371-9891 on an East Ramapo bus- Kids Speak by Chaim Walder from “Cheder B.Y. Library.” 845538-0456 Pacifier on clip in front of Target 352-1899 on walnut next to West St. Gray studded Glove with Fur also black iKippah size 4. 845-608-4080 Diamond ring in Uber 845425-2453

GIFTED KIDS? To all the dedicated mothers who are raising ADVANCED OR GIFTED CHILDREN Please contact jewishgifted@gmail.com to connect and get added to our texting group for support. We all need each other.

FREE GIVEAWAYS Many Flattened egg boxes in good condition. 8452386691 3 door seforim shank in very good condition. Needs to be picked up. 426-2749 package of 21 pullups (parents choice) size 3t-4t (3240 lbs) call 8454233915 Gerber baby cereal. Youmans area. 845-517-0408 Soft beret hats for sheitel. Winter & Summer, Used & new. Serioius inquiries pls text. 845-422-7994. Also selling brand new summer shabbos hat for best offer. Sz 27 boys primigi navy shoe& girls sz 37 navy loafers in perfect condition 347-4326669

Teenage sz 2-4 & ladies sz 6-8 clothing in great condition 845-357-3523 China Closet and table. Move on your own. 845-425-2861 brand new rekel 42L. 845213-7206 2 Fleishige broiler ovens 357-4580 6 dining room chairs mahogany wood. Used condition. Please text 8214462 China Closet 425-2861 2 dozen brand new beige tights 978 Nurseaid dark tan with seam. Dozen of size C / dozen size E. 356-1651 lve msg

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‫שבע ברכות לנכד האדמו"ר מסקולען במאנסי‬

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‫חתונה פון החתן בן האדמו"ר מטעמשוואר קרית יואל עב"ג הכלה בת הגה"צ רבי חיים שלמה בערגער אדמו"ר מליבטשוב מאנסי‬


‫מסע אהבת איתן של האדמו"ר משענדישוב לאייראפע‬

‫שמחת נישואי נכדת האדמו"ר מניקלשבורג בארה"ק‬

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‫בס"ד‬

‫הנהלתַחברהַהצלה ַ‬

‫מיט האפענונג און תפילה לה' צו זיין‬ ‫באהיטן פון כל ווירו"ס שלא תבא ַ‬

‫מ'דארף אצינד זיין גאר אויפמערקזאם‪ ,‬צו זיין ספעציעל פארזיכטיג‪,‬‬ ‫אויף אויסצופירן אלע פארעפענטליכע רעקאמענדאציעס פון די‬ ‫געזונטהייט אגענטורן‪ ,‬וואס דאס אלץ איז גאר וויכטיג אויף צו‬ ‫האלטן אונזער באפעלקערונג דאס מערסטע פארזיכערט ‪ ,‬בס"ד‪.‬‬

‫דארף ַמען ַאין ַאזא ַצייט ַזיין ַעקסטערַ‬ ‫באווארענטַנישטַזיךַאפווישןַדיַהענטַא‪.‬ד‪.‬ג‪ַ.‬‬ ‫איןַאַהאנטוךַ‪ַ-‬אדערַאיןַסייַוואסַ‪ַ-‬אַצווייטערַ‬ ‫האטַזיךַאיןַדעםַפריערַגעהאטַאפגעווישט‪ַ ַ.‬‬

‫וויַבאלדַאַווירוסַ‪ַ -‬באזונדערסַ'קאראנא' ַ‪ַ -‬קומטַלייכטַאוןַשנעלַ‬ ‫ןַאן ַאנגעשטעקטן‪ַ,‬מוזַמעןַ‬ ‫אריבער ַדורךַסייַוועלכעַפייכטקייט ַפו ַ‬ ‫זיין ַזייער ַגעווארענט ַנישט ַצו ַקומען ַצו ַדעם ַאפילו ַאין ַקלענסטןַ‬ ‫בארירונג‪ַ.‬בלויזַאַמשהוַקעןַברענגעןַצוַווערןַדערפוןַאפעקטירט‪ַ,‬ח"ו! ַ‬

‫‪Please follow the directives of health officials‬‬ ‫‪to avoid spreading infectious diseases, and‬‬ ‫‪help keep our community safe.‬‬

‫‪Do not use towels that have been‬‬ ‫!‪used by others in public places‬‬

‫‪an infected person.‬‬

‫– ‪Due to the quick transmission of viruses‬‬ ‫‪especially Corona – on wet surfaces, it is crucial‬‬ ‫‪to avoid even minor contact with publicly used‬‬ ‫‪items that may have been touched by‬‬

‫‪Special Announcement by‬‬ ‫‪Hatzolah of Rockland‬‬ ‫‪Regarding Public Places‬‬

‫‪www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484‬‬

‫אַַספעציעלערַאַנמערקונג‬ ‫דראקלענד‬ ‫ַפוןַהצלהַ ַ‬ ‫איבערַפובליקַפלעצער‬

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‫מלוה מלכה וסעודת מרעים בביהמ"ד דברי יואל סאטמאר‬

‫האדמו"ר מתולדות יהודה בדרשה בביהמ"ד טאשנאד במאנסי לקראת פורים‬

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‫אבות ובנים בביהמ"ד בית ישראל‬

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‫דינער השנתי 'קנין תורה' לטובת מוסדות צאנז זוועהיל ביוניאן סיטי בראשות האדמו"ר מצאנז זוועהיל‬


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‫בס"ד‬

‫נץ יאר •‬

‫אנצע מנ‬

‫ין‬

‫ת‬

‫הלים •‬

‫‪365‬‬

‫• גאנץ‬

‫גא‬

‫תה>לים‬ ‫די עלטסטע‬ ‫סגולה פון‬ ‫כלל ישראל‬

‫ישועות‬

‫ג‬

‫עפיזאדן‬

‫עש"ק פ' כי תשא‬ ‫י"ז אדר תש"פ לפ"ק‬

‫צוויי יעריג קינד'ס‬ ‫אלערגיעס‪ ,‬זעט‬ ‫דראמאטישע‬ ‫פארבעסערונג‬ ‫ליידנדיג פון עקזימע און‬ ‫אנדערע אלערגיעס‪ ,‬איז זיין זיס‬ ‫פנימ'ל געווען באהאלטן אונטער‬ ‫אויסשלאגן און געשווילעכצער‪.‬‬ ‫ער האט זיך נעבעך געמוטשעט‬ ‫מיט'ן אטעמען און געהאלטן אין‬ ‫איין קראצן די הויט‪ ,‬אין דער‬ ‫צייט וואס ער האט נאך ניטאמאל‬ ‫געקענט גיין אויף די פיס‪.‬‬

‫מיין מאן‪ ,‬מיט זיין שטארקער‬ ‫אמונה פשוטה אין דעם כח פון‬

‫‪ -‬קויפט א תהלים‪-‬כולל מעמבערשיפ ‪-‬‬

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‫אבי איז געווען אינגאנצן צוויי‬ ‫און אהאלב יאר‪ ,‬אבער וואלסט‬ ‫נישט געקענט אנצייגן זיין‬ ‫יארגאנג בלויז פון קוקן אויף זיין‬ ‫געזיכט‪.‬‬

‫מיר האבן געהאלטן אין איין‬ ‫ארומלויפן פון דאקטאר צו‬ ‫דאקטאר זוכנדיג א היילונג‬ ‫פאר זיינע פראבלעמען‪ ,‬זיינע‬ ‫מעדיצינען האבן זיך כסדר‬ ‫גארנישט‬ ‫אבער‬ ‫געטוישט‪,‬‬ ‫האט נישט אויסגעזען ווי עס‬ ‫ארבעט‪ ,‬דער מצב איז נישט‬ ‫בעסער געווארן נאר ערגער‬ ‫געווארן‪ ,‬אונזער זארג האט נישט‬ ‫געוואוסט קיין גרעניצן‪ ,‬צי וועט‬ ‫זאבי אויסוואקסן א נארמאל‬ ‫געזונט קינד?‬

‫תהלים‪ ,‬האט פארגעשלאגן מיר‬ ‫זאלן זיך איינשרייבן אין ׳תהלים‬ ‫כולל׳‪.‬‬ ‫"איך האב שוין אזויפיל געהערט‬ ‫איבער זיי‪ ",‬האט ער גע'טענה'ט‪,‬‬ ‫"אויב איינער קען אונז העלפן‪,‬‬ ‫איז עס נאר די געהויבענע‬ ‫שליחים פון תהלים כולל‪".‬‬ ‫וכך הוה‪ ,‬מיר האבן איינגעשריבן‬ ‫זאבי אין תהלים כולל‪ .‬איך‬ ‫פערזענליך בין ביי נאטור מער‬ ‫א סקעּפטיקער‪ ,‬אבער מיט‬ ‫פאקטן און רעזולטאטן קען‬ ‫מען זיך נישט טענה'ן‪ .‬זאבי'ס‬ ‫אלערגיעס איז געווארן אלס‬ ‫לייכטער און גרינגער‪ ,‬זיין‬ ‫אסטמא האט זיך גענידערט‪,‬‬ ‫און ער האט שוין געקענט גיין‬ ‫אויף די פיס‪ .‬אין בלויז אפאר‬ ‫חדשים‪ ,‬האט זיך זיין סיטואציע‬ ‫דראמאטיש פארבעסערט‪ ,‬און‬ ‫זיין זיס בא'חנ'ט פנימ'ל האט שוין‬ ‫ענדליך באקומען א מענטשליכע‬ ‫צורה און אויפגעשיינט מיט זיין‬ ‫ברייטן שמייכל‪.‬‬

‫מירון‬

‫ציון התנא אלוקי רשב''י‬

‫קרית יואל‬

‫בחול ‪ -‬ציון הרה''ק מ'סאטמאר‬ ‫שבת ‪ -‬ביהמ''ד תולדות אהרן‬

‫וויליאמסבורג‬

‫ביהמ''ד דינוב‬


‫נזר הרבצת‬ ‫התורה‬

‫הרה"ג ר' שלמה שלעזינגער‬ ‫מחשובי רמ"י דישיבתנו הק'‬ ‫סניף ישיבה גדולה‬

‫שליט"א‬

‫נזר תורת חסד‬

‫הרה"ג ר' משה דוב בלייער‬

‫שליט"א‬

‫דומ"ץ סערט וויזניץ ב‪.‬פ‪ .‬ורב דקהל חמודי צבי רייוויץ‬ ‫מחשובי הורי ישיבתנו הק׳‬

‫נזר אב השנה‬ ‫הרבני הנכבד‬

‫מוה"ר יהודא זילבערשטיין‬

‫הי"ו‬

‫מחשובי הורי ישיבתנו הק'‬ ‫לע"נ זוגתו הח' מרת חי' ע"ה ב"ר משה דוד הי"ו‬

‫אייניגע‬ ‫טעג‬ ‫געבליבן‬ ‫צום‬ ‫שליסונג‬ ‫פון דינער‬ ‫זשורנאל‬

‫הדינער מוקדש‬ ‫לע"נ הרה"ח המרומם‬

‫רבי אשר אנשיל‬ ‫וואלאדארסקי ז"ל‬

‫ב"ר ברוך אליעזר‬

‫ידיד נאמן להבחל"ח אל הגאון ראש ישיבתנו שליט"א מלפני שישים שנה‬ ‫מימי בחרותם בישיבת בית מדרש עליון‬

‫פארן‬ ‫רנ ַאל ב ַאגריסונג‬ ‫זשו אין ישיבה אפיס‬ ‫רופט‬

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‫שליסט זיך דינסטאג ויקהל פקודי לס׳ ׳מרבה העם מלהביא׳‬

‫דינער יובל השישים • א׳ ויקרא • באולם ווילחוביץ‬


‫התורה‬ ‫הרבצת‬ ‫וועט ווייטער נמשך ווערן‬ ‫פארן‬ ‫רנ ַאל ב ַאגריסונג‬ ‫זשו אין ישיבה אפיס‬ ‫רופט‬

‫מיט אונזערע‬

‫זשורנאל באגריסונגען‬

‫‪845.352.0999‬‬ ‫‪#104‬‬

‫דינער יובל השישים • א׳ ויקרא • באולם ווילחוביץ‬


Contents

// Inside

FREE ISSUE 240 MARCH 12, 2020

‫פרשת כי תשא‬ ‫ט”ז אדר תש”פ‬

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208 / THE MONSEY VIEW / March 12, 2020 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484

68 // Inbox 74 // Parsha 78 //

Week in Review

83 //

The Cuckoo Clock

90 //

Political Pulse

97 // Food 106 //

A Slice of History

116 //

Gone Too Soon

126 //

A Royal Repast

148 //

Stuff Exchange

152 //

Pesach Cleaning

162 //

Climbing the Money Mountain

166 // FYI 170 //

Fun Pages

184 // Classifieds 196 // Pictures


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