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It’s Therapy Centered Around You.

Telehealth visits in full swing! Pandemic or not, Hamaspik Theragen is here for you—as always. Our state-of-the-art telehealth technology allows all members of the I/DD community see our range of doctors and therapists—with virtual visits right from the comfort of your own home.

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times have changed. our values haven’t. These days, that which you simply called Home now functions as a school, Shul and even a business. Yet, the kitchen has remained a mother’s haven where she lovingly prepares scrumptious dishes to feed and nurture her family. We are commited to bringing your dream kitchen to life with our low prices on granite and quartz countertops. We know what your kitchen means to you, and you know you can count on us - all

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MountainTop Hotel

The scenic views of MountainTop Hotel is a perfect setting for an extended weekend stay. We give our guests an amazing experience. Whether it’s a family gathering, school shabbaton or a little getaway. You are sure to love this place! 20 Bedrooms Fully Stocked Kosher Kitchen Spacious Dining Room Mikva on Premises Beautiful Pool Shul Sauna

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Sun-Thurs: 12:30-9:45pm


  

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As we have seen in recent weeks, the Orthodox Jewish community has come out in incredible numbers to donate their plasma to help treat those suffering from COVID-19. Now, you have the unique opportunity to help the COVID Plasma Initiative match antibody-rich plasma from donors to those whose lives are at risk. When you visit a local urgent care today to get tested for antibodies, please choose to share your results with us. We can connect you to an appropriate recipient should the need arise chas v’shalom. For more information visit CovidPlasmaSaveALife.com

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We help OPWDD-eligible young ladies from mainstream schools reach their full potential and achieve success. For those without OPWDD eligibility, we fully handle the approval process.

For more info call Chaya, Intake Coordinator

845.354.3233 ext. 1222

Beautiful dorm with house mother located in Monsey (optional) Enriched and stimulating program under the leadership of experienced mechanchim Classes in tefillah, hashkafa, parsha and halacha

Vocational training and life skills Job coaching & job placements Inspiring night programs, trips, and other extracurricular activities Post seminary option available with job placement ensured upon the completion of the program.


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Designer on Premises

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Special

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OUTGREW YOUR SUIT WAITING FOR STORES TO REOPEN?

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AMAZING PRE-PESACH

DEALS

Men's & Boys'

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$149 – $349

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Select items on sale Hairbands 30% o Pjs and strechies 30% o Select fashion socks 3 for 5$ Select tights 2 for 5$ Many more instore specials

Same day delivery Same day seams upon request

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Let them be part of an

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This innovative Day Hab Program provides on-site training that will build your sons' life skills and confidence by having him learn to paint, do electrical work, mow lawns and many other skills.

Missing Camp? Join our program! Age: 15+

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We are mailing out the directory to every mechiten in monsey right after the shiduch - free of charge!

MECHITUNIM DIRECTORY A directory made exclusive for mecitunim, with all they're necessities brought together

Call: 845.217.0859 Or Email : mechitunimdirectory@gmail.com


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AS WE EXPLORE THE WONDERS OF HASHEM” Discover nature through science, crafts, activities, and much more.

The kids will enjoy a fun, educational and well-planned program, with a full schedule of different activities. Breakfast and warm lunches will be served. To register your son, please contact us at

845.352.7700 #208.

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Your home. Upgraded. Choose from our extensive collection of furniture sets designed to beautify your home.

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he can no longer fit through the small hole. Now he has a dilemma. How should he get out? He decides to starve again for a few days until he’d lose all his newly gained weight and fit through the hole again. When he finally manages to sneak out again, hungry and skinny, he peers back at the beautiful vineyards and exclaims, “Vineyard, vineyard, how beautiful are your fruits, but what do I have from you? I was hungry when I came, and I am hungry as I leave.� With a little foresight, what could the fox have done “to have his grape and eat it, too�? He could have gathered many grapes and passed them through the hole for him to enjoy after he crawls out of the vineyard. So, too, says the Midrash, instead of gathering shallow indulgences in this world that leave us empty and unfulfilled, we should be amassing luscious, juicy grapes, mitzvos that we will be able to reap benefits from in the World to Come. By constantly remembering what our destination is beyond that fence — or on the other end of the tightrope — we would be better focused on what’s important and come better prepared to the Next World, where only ruchnius is valued. The Chofetz Chaim asks: Why does it say ul’an atah holech (know where you are going) in present tense, when those words discuss the future and should probably be “where you will go�? The answer is that every day we are walking closer toward our future; every day we close a little more of the gap between us and our final destination. Man is holech, he is always going. Spiritually we go either up or down, but we never stand still. Only malachim are static. If we didn’t go up and shteig one day, it means we have gone down. Have you ever tried going up a descending escalator? If you haven’t, I don’t advise you to try it — at least not during rush hour! The effort leaves you breathless. In order to go up, you have to keep moving, without looking back, and just move upward. In the same vein, in this world there is so much gashmius around us to pull us down. We have to stomp against the current, in the opposite direction of the descending escalator that is this world, and keep moving up, up, up, to avoid being dragged down. As the Chofetz Chaim says, keep moving, in the present tense. Rav Akavya ben Mahalalel also says that by remembering before Whom we will have to give a din v’cheshbon, we will avoid sin. The importance of cheshbon hanefesh can be learned from seeing how the gedolim in all generations made

their cheshbonos. Here is a sampling: The Chofetz Chaim’s son wrote how his saintly father would go up to the attic once a week, envisioning his death and narrating the events leading up to it with morbid reality. He would talk about himself in third person saying, “Yisroel Meir is in bed; he is ill, and the doctor is called. The doctor says, ‘Oy, Yisroel Meir will die, let’s call the chevrah kaddisha.’ Yisroel Meir has a levayah.� Then he’d reprimand himself: “Yisroel Meir, you thought you’ll have menucha in your grave? No, no, Yisroel Meir, now starts the Beis Din in Shamayim. Let’s see how you conducted yourself. Here you lacked simcha in davening; here you were not on the right level expected of you.� Then he would enact the Beis Din making their decision: “If Yisroel Meir is no longer alive, we will have to see if we can push him through the gates to Gan Eden, but if Yisroel Meir is still alive, then he must fix his shortcomings right away.� And that’s when the Chofetz

Spiritually we go either up or down, but we never stand still. Only malachim are static. If we didn’t go up and shteig one day, it means we have gone down. Chaim would come back to reality and cry out, “Yes, Yisroel Meir is still alive and you can still fix your wrongs and better your ways‌â€? and he would spend the next few hours doing teshuvah. If the saintly Chofetz Chaim felt such drama was necessary to inspire him to do teshuvah, how much more do we laymen need to do at least the minimum amount of reflection? Toward the end of his life, Rav Elya Lopian, ztâ€?l, had serious trouble with his eye, and there was no choice but to operate. On the day of the scheduled operation, as Rav Elya was wheeled in to the operating room for what was a lifethreatening procedure, major tefillos stormed the Heavens. In the middle of the operation, his blood pressure suddenly shot up, putting his life in imminent danger. The surgeon had to abort the operation immediately, and for those few minutes, Rav Elya’s life hung in the balance. Baruch Hashem, the doctors managed to safely stabilize him. The surgeon

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read, “Governmental power has also been used as a sword against religion, instead of the shield the Founding Fathers intended it to be.” Anticipating the possibility of a statewide ban, several camps have relocated for the summer to out-of-state facilities. Others have already made plans to run their programs as day camps, sending children home each night after night activity, an idea that holds promise for those who are upstate but is impractical for city-dwelling kids. Response from the Jewish community came fast and furious even on an Erev Shabbos. A statement released by Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein read, “Easy to hand out orders from the Governor’s Mansion, but what’s your solution, Governor? What is your plan for the thousands of young adults who will be roaming the streets this summer? I refuse to accept a state of chaos and disarray over the next couple of months. I will continue to explore other options for our children so that they can enjoy the upcoming summer months, with safety as our number-one priority, including sleepaway camp in other states who have already begun approaching us.” Day camps are being allowed to open as of June 29, albeit with a lengthy list of restrictions that spans six full pages. Counselors will be required to wear face masks whenever they are interacting with children, and bunk size will be limited to ten children. Bunks are required to be run separately from one other and are forbidden from utilizing common spaces at the same time whenever possible. Camp staff is encouraged to remain out of the water when campers are swimming, and food must be served in individual portions, with health screenings to be performed and documented on a daily basis. While it is full steam ahead at some camps, others have proclaimed the guidelines too restrictive and have elected not to open this summer. A statement released by Senator Simcha Felder applauded Cuomo for giving day

camps the ability to operate and give children a sense of structure after three long months at home. “At this point I remain cautiously optimistic that we will find a way to offer children and their parents a safe social environment where kids can be kids,” said Felder. “Education in every form is essential.”

Tappan Zee Bridge Bike/Pedestrian Path Finally Opens From overhead, it looks like a blue ribbon winding its way across the northern edge of the westbound side of the Tappan Zee Bridge, but in reality, it is the long-awaited bicycle and pedestrian path that will give more than just cars the ability to travel between Nyack and Tarrytown. The 3.6-mile-long dedicated path opened on Monday and includes six scenic overlooks with seating. The dedicated lane for cyclists and walkers is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., and visitors are warned to dress appropriately for weather conditions including wind, rain, sun and changing temperatures, which are all more extreme over the river. Smoking, littering, drones, kites, dogs and skateboards are all banned on the path, as are motorized vehicles. Electric bicycle rentals are available on the Tarrytown side from Sleek eBikes, but speeds are limited to 15 mph on the bridge. The path is the final major portion of the $3.98 billion bridge to be opened and was initially expected to be completed last spring. The New York State Police will be monitoring the bridge via video cameras, and signs warn visitors not to be alarmed if they feel the surface beneath them vibrating as they make their way across the Hudson River. “This is normal,” reads the sign. “There is a highway next to you after all.”


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Recap: Blumi tries to contact U’shemartem for more information about Elisheva’s win, but she finds them evasive. At the hachnasas sefer Torah seudah, she tells Elisheva how much she admires her. In Australia, Joe has employed Leonid of O.S.U. Information Services Ltd. to find out more information about Edo and Gustav, the two Jewish boys who spent the war years in the Lucius Jan Catholic Children’s Home, explaining that he couldn’t do it himself when he visited Bratislava. Yisroel followed two-and-a-half-yearold Nati with his eyes as the child ran. Nati laughed in the direction of his grandfather and then went back to chasing a butterfly. “The sun here on the roof is divine,” Elisheva said, closing her eyes for a moment. “But on my porch, it’s even better.” Her father looked at her tenderly and smiled. “It was nice the other day, wasn’t it?” “Very nice,” he agreed. “Did you get pictures?” “The shul promised to send us some as soon as they get them. I’m most interested in seeing a photo of the dedication, of course.” Her father’s eyes were fixed on a far-off point in the sky, and she pictured the words floating on the clouds there, in the same font and size as they appeared on the wooden sefer Torah case, filling the entire frame: In eternal commemoration of the family members of Reb Yisroel Bentzion, who were killed during the Holocaust, and whose names, dates of death, and place of burial are not known to anyone. “We all enjoyed it, and now the children will play ‘hachnssas sefer Torah’ for the next two months. Right, Yitzy?” “Right,” her son answered eagerly. “Mommy, will you let us use the orange blanket for

the chuppah tomorrow?” The orange blanket was a velvety, shiny blanket that the children especially liked. It had been an integral part of their game the day before, until Elisheva noticed how they stuck the broom and mop sticks into it as poles for the “chuppah,” and she’d told them they couldn’t use it anymore. “We’ll see,” she said. “We love chuppahs, Zeidy,” Yitzy explained. Elisheva got up to catch Nati, who had disappeared from her view. “When Tzippy got married, we played ‘chasunah‘ and ‘chuppah’ a lot afterward.” “And you always made sure to be the chasan,” Shloimy said accusingly. “With Binyamin’s suit jacket.” “Only on the day he was sick,” Yitzy shot back defensively. “And he was sleeping.” Elisheva returned to her chair, gripping Nati’s hand tightly. “What happened when Binyamin was sick?” she asked. “I wore his jacket, and I was the chasan at the wedding,” Yitzy explained. “But it wasn’t such a good game, because you told us to go out of the dining room because he was sleeping there, so we could only play in the hallway and kitchen.” “And I was the photographer!” Four-year-

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old Bentzy jumped up. “Right, I was the photographer?” “That’s right,” Yitzy said generously. “And you took pictures of me standing on the chair. But then Chani saw me wearing Binyamin’s jacket, and she yelled at me to take it off because I was ruining it.” “Because she was sweeping the floor,” Bentzy explained sagely. “So I hung it on the towel hook, near the fridge, because I didn’t want to go into the dining room to wake up Binyamin. Wow, do you remember the old kitchen? It was soooo pitzy!” Elisheva looked at her younger children and saw her father’s eyes resting on them as well. Their animated chatter gave him so much nachas; every day that he spent in the nursing home was such a shame. He had to move in with them as quickly as possible. She had his agreement, in theory, baruch Hashem, but they needed to renovate that last room and turn it into a separate unit. His grandchildren’s chatter was sweet — but in moderation, not when it was part of the routine tumult in the house. “Pitzy?” their grandfather asked, amused. “What is pitzy?” “You know, really tiny,” Shloimy said. “Our old kitchen was so tiny that it only had two hooks for the towels, and the towels were always falling down. Binyamin’s jacket also fell down, Yitzy, remember?” “So what?” Yitzy shrugged it off. “I picked it up right away and hung it back on the hook.” “When was that?” Something about this conversation was niggling in Elisheva’s mind. “When did Binyamin’s jacket fall onto the floor near the fridge?” “Before Purim, when Binyamin was sick for almost a week.” “Not next to the fridge,” Shloimy corrected his brother. “Half of it was stuck under the fridge.” “Not true!” His brother — older by a year and a half — was indignant now. “Yes, it is! I saw you cleaning the sleeve because it got really

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dirty. You used a baby wipe, and then you hung the jacket up again so we could only see the other sleeve, the clean one!” Well, the question of how the silver yad had gotten under the fridge was now solved. Elisheva now knew exactly how it had happened. ***** They went down in the elevator to her father’s room. “A contractor is supposed to come by this evening,” Elisheva told him as the elevator doors slid open. “He’ll give us an estimate for the renovation. It shouldn’t be too much, but even so, the difference in price between different con-

“We’re making my father a separate unit, so he should be comfortable,” Elisheva explained. “The entrance will be from our house, but it will be equipped with everything he needs, and it will be separate and quiet…” “Oh, contractors. I know a few. Do you want some phone numbers?” Elisheva, who was confused enough by the information her friends from work had bombarded her with, and by all the recommendations that Eliyahu’s chavrusos had given him, preferred not to complicate things even more. “We have a few leads,” she said politely. “If we’ll need some more names, I’ll let you know. Thanks. Tzippy?! What are you doing here?”

There were too many Potolsky faces in the hallway at the moment, and she didn’t like that. Neither did her father, she knew. He had always been afraid of ayin hara. tractors can be quite significant.” “Which contractor are you looking into?” “Someone named Gutfreund. We heard good things about him. He renovated Eliyahu’s chavrusa’s house, and they were very satisfied. There’s another contractor we heard about…” Ugh, those annoying barks. On the other hand, it was a good thing that Emmanuel’s dogs gave her warning about their presence. “Ah, Reb Yisroel!” the tall man exclaimed as he approached them. “Your grandchildren are so cute.” He smiled at the children, who gaped at the two little heads peeping from the man’s pocket. “Don’t try to pet them! They bite anyone whom they don’t know — and hard! So what do I hear, Reb Yisoel? Are you really moving?” Elisheva’s father nodded. “And why do you need a contractor?”

“We came to see Zeidy.” Tzippy’s smiling face emerged from her grandfather’s room, where she had been waiting for him. “I came with Miri.” “So nice to see you girls!” Elisheva said warmly. Now she felt that it was time for her to leave with the little ones. Besides the fact that they were tired, there were too many Potolsky faces in the hallway at the moment, and she didn’t like that. Neither did her father, she knew. He had always been afraid of ayin hara. “I popped in to visit Tzippy,” her older daughter explained. “And she lives so close to Zeidy that I felt it would be a shame to be in the area and not go and visit him.” “So we came together!” “And here is Shmuely!” The children darted into the room, cavorting around their nephew. Elisheva and her father remained behind, as she kept pace


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smiles in every direction, really was the sweetest sight. He reminded Elisheva so much of Miri at that moment, and Elisheva felt herself flashing back to her early days of motherhood. How much she had wanted to do for little Miri, to give her — and the ones who came after her — whatever possible… and how quickly she’d discovered how small, limited and painful her “whatever possible” really was. She would never be able to give her children everything. No. She wasn’t angry at her father, nor was she angry at Miri. It was an old frustration of hers. A frustration over what she lacked, and the things she could not give, and the fear that her children were growing up disadvantaged. The frustration that she never allowed herself to express, even to her own self. She’d always just bite her lips quietly, in the dark, and make sure that they were constantly turned up into a smile. It wasn’t that these smiles were totally false. She was happy. She also tried to raise her children in a happy atmosphere. But during the moments when she felt sad, confused and uncertain, even in front of the mirror, she would stifle that sadness and force herself to continue smiling. Why was it so hard for her to admit, even to herself, that she was finding things hard? ***** Elisheva walked through the empty house. The children were in school, and she wandered aimlessly from room to room, looking at the morning mess but not seeing it. Blumi had called, but Elisheva hadn’t even answered the phone. No, it hadn’t been bad all these years. Of course not. It had been a bit hard; that was true. It wasn’t easy to create something from nothing and to raise the children happily when every-

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one else had so many things that they did not. But she had been strong, a little too strong. Maybe it was ingrained in her from an early age, the feeling of “We have to block it out.” It was because of this feeling that she’d never told her parents that her friend had insulted her, or that she had fallen, or that her teacher had scolded her. The coping method she had found was to persuade herself that there was nothing wrong. Her friend had insulted her, she had fallen, she had been scolded — so what? And even as she’d grown older, things had continued in this vein: She’d tell herself, We have no fridge for five days, until the next paycheck — nu, nu. Or, Despite my efforts, the

the refrigerator was adorned with a blue scribble, did it enter her mind that she could merely toss the poor scrap into the trash, because they had already made the payment to Bentzy’s preschool. And they did have the means to pay, baruch Hashem. Today, she could no longer say they were poor. And there was no way to figure out whom that was due to. That, perhaps, was an embarrassment. She shook her head and arranged the chairs around the small table. She had no energy to answer Blumi’s call and listen to what she had discovered or planned to discover. She preferred to stick to the thought that nothing was orchestrated, and nothing

The coping method she had found was to persuade herself that there was nothing wrong. Her friend had insulted her, she had fallen, she had been scolded — so what? mending on the kids’ clothes is evident — so what? Or, I bought clothes at a gemach, and a friend saw me coming out of there with bags — so what? Is it an embarrassment to be poor? No, it was not an embarrassment. But it was difficult, and there was no reason to suppress that. Elisheva stood in front of the fridge and found herself scratching a word onto a reminder notice on the fridge. Difficulty. Then she quickly scribbled it up. There were a few curious little ones who would, no doubt, try to figure out what the difficulty was, who it was relating to, and whose handwriting it was written in. Another scribble, and then another, but the letters from the word that she’d written seemed to jump out at her from between the blue lines, mocking her. She gripped the pen even more tightly, and only when the paper tore, and

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Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., told the Middle East Institute that the killing of Qasem Soleimani has paid handsome dividends and that since the Soleimani assassination, there has been a decline in attacks from Iran and its proxies. “They (Iran) had pushed for many years to find a redline, and they found a redline as the United States responded vigorously,” McKenzie said. However, Mckenzie added that he is “reluctant to paint a rosy picture on the deterrent effect of Soleimani’s death” and that Iran continues to “actively stoke instability.” Some analysts have pointed out that there have been subsequent attacks by Iran against U.S. forces in March and April that went unanswered.

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credit for ordering the killing of Soleimani. Many in the foreign policy establishment had feared that killing Soleimani would lead to an escalation with Iran and regional instability. Their fears appear to have been unfounded. Trump broke the tendency of many to focus on the fear of potential Iranian retaliation. He showed that limited and targeted American force can produce desirous results. However, the real test for Trump’s strategy will come in the nuclear realm. IAEA inspectors have recently reported that Iran is increasing its stockpiles of enriched uranium and is in violation of its deal with world powers. President Trump has repeatedly called on Iran to come to the table and negotiate a new and better agreement. With the current JCPOA deal all but dead, and no viable replacement on the horizon, it remains to be seen what options the U.S. is willing to exercise to keep Iran’s nuclear ambitions in check.


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Race Protests and Biden’s VP Pick THE PULSE: As race demonstrations continue throughout the country, and as the call for racial reforms continues to gain traction, many political pundits are betting that Joe Biden will pick an African American woman as his running mate. Below we will highlight some of the top contenders. KAMALA HARRIS: Harris is the junior senator from California. She is of mixed heritage. Her mother is Indian, and her father is Jamaican. She is married to Douglas Emhoff, who is Jewish. Harris was the district attorney of San Francisco. During her tenure, she improved her office’s felony conviction rate from the dismal 50.3% of her predecessor to a substantial 70.7%. She served as attorney general of the state of California, and in 2016, she was elected senator. Her ethnicity and work in law enforcement make her uniquely suited to address the country’s current challenges. However, her record as a prosecutor has been a source of tension between her and some members of the black community. Harris has applauded Los Angeles’ mayor Eric Garcetti’s decision to cut $150

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Instead of a GPS, we had something called MPS, or rather, MAPS. Our glove compartments were stuffed with road maps: local maps, state maps, and those for other frequently visited cities and states, too. Now, the thing about road maps was that they were humongous. Each one unfolded to about the size of a double-page of a gigantic old-fashioned chasan Shas. (What those were, we’ll save for a different time.) Of course, it was impossible to drive and have this big daf in front of you at the same time, so you had two choices when you wanted to check directions. You could either pull over to the side of the road (or highway; not so practical), or you could make sure never to drive alone. Designating your hapless passenger

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as the official “navigator,” his job was to keep you informed of the next turn or exit you had to take. Maybe this is the origin of the expression “backseat driver”? Another thing road maps provided was entertainment; they served as the ultimate brainteasing puzzle. Not because they were hard to read — though they

Another thing road maps provided was entertainment; they served as the ultimate brain-teasing puzzle.


often were — but rather because when you were through with them, it was almost impossible to fold them back into their neat, little pocket-sized packets according to their original order of folds. These things made origami look like tinker toys. So you sort of fudged it, folding in any which way that would approximately get it back to size with-

spiral-bind, mark up, and bring you new TripTik while you waited on the side of the road for a couple of days — just kidding). And speaking of making calls from the car, back when I started driving there were no such things as cell phones, never mind text messaging. So if you wanted to communicate with anyone while you

If it was a kid asking, “When are we going to get there?” the ETA was always “Soon.” out the original folds — sort of like folding talleisim on Shabbos or yom tov. Eventually, things “advanced,” and instead of the big, clumsy maps, you could get something from the AAA auto club called a TripTik (not to be confused with the Tik Bag that your child brings with him or her on school trips… back in the pre-corona days, when there actually were such things as school trips). A TripTik was essentially… a map. But it was cut into pieces about the size of a paperback book and spiral bound, each page with the next section of the map that you needed. You’d order them from the AAA in advance, telling them from where and to where you wanted to go, and they would assemble for you this handbook and even handtrace the roads you needed on each page with a marker. Of course, if you messed up and went off course, there was no recalibrating or recalculating (unless you wanted to call the AAA and have them

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were driving, that was too bad. Making a phone call meant exiting the highway, or pulling over to a city curb, and finding a public pay phone; these were usually available at gas stations. Even if you had somehow happened to have a cell phone back then, there would have been no way to charge it. Cars had no USB ports or any other power sockets. There was, however, something called a “cigarette lighter.” This was a removable little round button that you’d push in, and then you’d wait until it would pop back out. Then you’d pull it all the way out, and the inside would be a glowing, red hot metal coil. The idea was to stick the end of the cigarette (another anachronism we’ll explain another time) onto the hot part and somehow get it to light without burning yourself. Once people started smoking less, and using electronic devices more, a

transitional product called a cigarette lighter adaptor cord appeared on the market. On one end, this cord had a funny-looking plug that fooled the car into thinking it was a cigarette lighter button, using the electrical charge that was meant to heat the lighter’s coils to power whatever you plugged into the other end of the cord. On the subject of transitional products, for a short tekufah, before they were mechadesh cell phones, they came up with something called a CB two-way radio. These things were basically glorified walkietalkies that would let you communicate from your car to someone else who also had one, as long as it was set to the same channel. But they only worked for a distance of about five miles, and of course, everybody else in the area who had such a radio could listen in on your conversation, and comment on it too — which they often did. Another thing our contemporary nearly driverless cars do is calculate and tell you your ETA, or estimated time of arrival, at a given location. Back in the day, we had a different, simpler system. If it was a kid asking, “When are we going to get there?” the ETA was always “Soon.” If it was a pesky teen or adult passenger, the answer was: “Not any quicker because of you dreying my kop and asking me that every two minutes.” Come to think of it, these semi-driverless cars nowadays might actually be good for one’s middos. And even more, the GPS can teach us not to let ourselves get down if we find we might have somehow made a “wrong turn” or two in life and aren’t headed in the direction we’d hoped. All it means is that the big “GPS” in Shamayim may have to recalibrate our journey a little, but one way or another, He’ll always make sure that in the end we’ll get just where we need to go! Nesanel Yoel Safran is a writer, chef and student of Torah and life. You can read about all of this and more on his blog Soul Foodie (soulfoodiecom.wordpress.com) and contact him at soulfoodie613@gmail.com.


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‫פ‡ר מענט˘ן‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ל‡‚"‪,‬‬ ‫"‡רויסנעמען „עם ּפ ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫˘‡נס" לויט זייער‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן ˘וין ני˘ט ˜יין ַ‬ ‫"וועלכע ָ‬ ‫רעזולט‡ט פון ַ‡‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫„‡ס ‡יז ַ‡ „ירע˜טער‬ ‫מיינונ‚‪ָ .‬‬ ‫מפיין ˆו ַ‡ווע˜נעמען ‚עלטער פון‬ ‫˜‡ ּ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫נ˘ט‡לטן וועלכע זענען מˆיל חיים ‡ון‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ַ‡‬ ‫נ˘ט‡לטן וועלכע טוען‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פינ‡נˆירן ַ‡‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫נ˘ט‡ט‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ַ‡‬ ‫פ‡ר˜ערטע‪ ,‬ו„"ל‪.‬‬ ‫„‡ס ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫˜‡נ‚רעס‬ ‫פ‡ר ָ‬ ‫נ„י„‡ט ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫˜‡‬ ‫˜‡לער ַ‬ ‫ל‡ ַ‬ ‫„ער ָ‬ ‫פ‡ררופט‬ ‫„ז˘‡ונס‪ַ ,‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫מ‡נ„עיר‬ ‫‚רופע‪ָ ,‬‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫מˆ„ „ער‬ ‫ˆי‡ליסט פון „ער ‪DSA‬‬ ‫ס‡ ַ‬ ‫זיך ָ‡פיˆיעל ַ‡לס ַ‡ ָ‬ ‫ˆי‡ליסטן פון ַ‡מערי˜ע(‬ ‫ס‡ ַ‬ ‫˜ר‡טי˘ע ָ‬ ‫)„עמ‡ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫˘ט‡לˆע‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ב‡˜ומען „י‬ ‫‪‡‰‬ט ַ‬ ‫ב‡ווע‚ונ‚‪‡ ,‬ון ער ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ס‡נ„ערס ַ‡ליין‪ .‬מען‬ ‫‡ינ„‡רסירונ‚ פון בערני ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ז‡‚ן ווי סכנ‪„'‰‬י‚ „י‬ ‫„‡רף ˜יינעם ני˘ט ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ב‡ווע‚ונ‚ ‡יז ‚עווען‪ .‬מען‬ ‫ˆי‡ליסטי˘ע ַ‬ ‫ס‡ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫כ‡ ּפן ַ‡ בלי˜ ‡ויף ַ‡נ„ערע לענ„ער‬ ‫נ‡ר ַ‬ ‫„‡רף ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫‚רופע ‡יז ‚ע˜ומען ˆו „ער‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫„‡זי‚ע‬ ‫וו‡ו „י ָ‬ ‫‪‡‰‬ט ּפ ַ‡סירט‪˘ .‬וין‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫„‡רט‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫וו‡ס‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫מ‡כט‪,‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ָ‡ ּפ‚ערע„ט פון „עם ַ‡ז זייער ˜רומע ַ‡‚ענ„ע ‡יז‬ ‫פ‡ר ‡י„י˘˜ייט‪.‬‬ ‫ַ‡ חורבן ַ‬ ‫סענ‡ט ‡ון‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫‚עז‡‚ט זענען „י סטעיט‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ווי‬ ‫˜‡נ‚רעס בענ˜לעך יעˆט ליי„י‚‪ ,‬ווייל „י‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פ‡ר‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ליטי˜‡נטן לויפן ני˘ט‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ַ‡מטירנ„ע ּפ ָ‡‬ ‫וו‡לן‬ ‫מ‡כט „י יעˆטי‚ע ַ‬ ‫„‡ס ַ‬ ‫ווי„ערערוויילונ‚‪ָ .‬‬ ‫נ‡כמער ˜ריטי˘‪ ,‬ווייל ווער ס'‚עווינט ַ‡‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פ‡ר‬ ‫‪‡‰‬לט עס‪ ,‬ב„רך כלל‪‡ָ ,‬ן ַ‬ ‫ּפ ָ‡ליטי˘ן בענ˜ל ַ‬ ‫ב‡זי‚ן ַ‡ן‬ ‫י‡רן‪ ,‬ווייל ס'‡יז ˘ווער ˆו ַ‬ ‫ל‡נ‚ע ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫„‡ס מיינט ַ‡ז ‡ויב „י‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫'‡ינ˜‡מבענט'‪.‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ני˘ט‪-‬ריכטי‚ע מענט˘ן ˜ומען ַ‡ריין וועט עס‬ ‫זיין ַ‡ בכי' ל„ורו˙‪.‬‬ ‫עס ‡יז ‡ויך וויכטי‚ ˆו ‚ע„ענ˜ען ַ‡ז ‡ין „י‬ ‫י‡ר˜ וו‡ו חר„י'˘ע ‡י„ן‬ ‫‚ע‚נטער ‡ין ניו ָ‬ ‫י‡ר˜ ‡ון סיי‬ ‫˘ט‡ט ניו ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫וו‡וינען‪ ,‬סיי ‡ין „ער‬ ‫˜‡ונטי‪ ,‬ווער ס'‚עווינט „י‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ר‡˜לענ„‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫‡ין‬ ‫˜ר‡טי˘ע ּפריימערי „ער ‚עווינט‬ ‫„עמ‡ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬

‫וו‡לן‪‡ .‬ויב ˙ו˘בי‬ ‫מ‡טי˘ „י ַ‡ל‚עמיינע ַ‬ ‫‡ויט‡ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫מ‡נסי ˜ומען ני˘ט ַ‡רויס ˘טימען יעˆט‪ ,‬וועלן‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פ‡רלירן „י מע‚ליכ˜ייט ˆו‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ט‡ל‬ ‫ט‡ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫זיי‬ ‫ב‡ ַ‡מטע‪,‬‬ ‫ר‡לי˘ע ַ‬ ‫מ‡ ַ‬ ‫ַ‡ריינוועלן יו˘ר'„י‚ע ‡ון ָ‬ ‫י‡רן‪.‬‬ ‫ס‡ך ָ‬ ‫פ‡ר ַ‡ ַ‬ ‫מע‚ליך ַ‬ ‫נ‡ך ער‚ער פון „עם ‡יז ַ‡ז ‡ויב ח"ו „י‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ר‡‚רעסיוון וועלן ‚עווינען „י‬ ‫„י˜‡לע ּפ ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ר‡‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫וויב‡ל„ חר„י'˘ע ‡י„ן‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫„‡ס וועט זיין‬ ‫וו‡לן‪‡ ,‬ון ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫וו‡לן‪ ,‬וועט עס‬ ‫ב‡טיילי‚ט ‡ין „י ַ‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן זיך ני˘ט ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫זיי ‚עבן ַ‡ "‚רינע ליכט" ˆו ˜ענען ‡ויספירן‬ ‫זייער פינסטערע ַ‡‚ענ„ע‪‡ ,‬ויס˜עמפן ‡ונזער‬ ‫חינוך ‡ון ˘מיר˙ ‪˙‰‬ור‪ ‰‬ו‪‰‬מˆו˙‪‡ ,‬יינ˘טעלן‬ ‫„עפ ַ‡רטמענטס‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫רמ‡כן ּפ ָ‡ליס‬ ‫פ‡ ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫‪‰‬פ˜רו˙‪,‬‬ ‫‡‡"וו‪.‬‬

‫‚ע„ענ˜ט‪„ ,‬י ˆו˜ונפט פון‬ ‫י‡ר˜ ‡יז ‡ויפ'ן‬ ‫‡י„י˘˜ייט ‡ין ניו ָ‬ ‫„י˜‡לע‬ ‫ר‡ ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫˘טים‪ˆ-‬עטל‪‡ .‬ויב „י‬ ‫ר‡‚רעסיוון ‚עווינען ‡ון ˘טעלן ‡יין‬ ‫ּפ ָ‬ ‫ַ‡נטי‪-‬רעלי‚יעזע‬ ‫זייער פינסטערע‬ ‫ַ‡‚ענ„ע‪ ,‬וועט ַ‡ ‡י„ ני˘ט ˜ענען בלייבן‬ ‫י‡ר‪.‬‬ ‫י‡ר˜‪ ,‬ביז עטליכע ָ‬ ‫וו‡וינען ‡ין ניו ָ‬ ‫ַ‡ז ‡יר בלייבט ‡ינ„ער‪‰‬יים ˜ומען זיי‬ ‫ַ‡ריין!‬ ‫„ינסט‡‚ ּפר' ˜רח‪,‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫מ‡נסי ˘טימט‪,‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ז‡ל ˜ענען‬ ‫ולמספ' ‪‡ַ ,June 23‬ז ַ‡ ‡י„ ָ‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫י‡ר˜‪.‬‬ ‫בלייבן וו‡וינען ‡ין ניו ָ‬ ‫ט‡‚ פון‬ ‫„‡ ‡ינעם ָ‬ ‫‡ויב ‡יר זענט ני˘ט ָ‬ ‫„ינסט‡‚‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫וו‡לן‪˜ ,‬ומענ„י‚ן‬ ‫„י ּפריימערי ַ‬ ‫ּפר˘˙ ˜רח‪˜ ,‬ענט ‡יר ˘טימען ˘וין יעˆט‬ ‫וו‡וטס"‪.‬‬ ‫‡ין „י "‡וירלי ָ‬

‫˘טים‪-‬פלעˆער‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫רט‡ˆיע ˆו „י‬ ‫נספ ָ‡ ַ‬ ‫טר‡ ּ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פ‡ר‬ ‫רמ‡ˆיע ‡ון ַ‬ ‫‡ינפ‡ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פ‡ר מער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫„מ‡נסי ‪845.694.6144‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ל‪‡˜-‬מיטע ˘ע"י ‡יחו„ ‪‰˜‰‬ילו˙‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫וו‡‬ ‫רופט „י ַ‬


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‫מאָנסי וועט אַנטיילנעמען באחדות‬ ‫אינעם קאַמפּיין אַז אַ איד זאָל קענען‬ ‫בלייבן וואוינען אין ניו יאָרק‬ ‫בל‡זן‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫מ‡נסי‪ ,‬נ"י‪„ - .‬י בייזע ווינטן וועלכע‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן „ער‚רייכט ‡ויך‬ ‫„י לעˆטע ˘טי˜ ˆייט ָ‬ ‫„י˜‡ל‪-‬לינ˜ע עלעמענטן‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ר‡‬ ‫מ‡נסי; „י ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫˜יין‬ ‫˘ט‡ר˜ן כוח ‡ין‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ב‡˜ומען ַ‡‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן ַ‬ ‫וועלכע ָ‬ ‫פ‡רמעסטן זיך יעˆט‬ ‫י‡רן‪ַ ,‬‬ ‫לב‡ני „י לעˆטי‚ע ָ‬ ‫ָ‡ ַ‬ ‫ˆו ‡יבערנעמען „י ּפ ָ‡ליטי˘ע ַ‡מטן „וו˜‡ ‡ין‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן ני˘ט‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫חר„י'˘ע ‚ע‚נטער‪‡ ,‬ון זיי‬ ‫מ‡נסי‬ ‫‡יבער‚ע‪‰‬יפט „עם ‪‰‬ערליכן עיר ‪˙‰‬ור‪ָ ‰‬‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫‡ון ‡ירע ‚לילו˙‪.‬‬ ‫‚עוו‡רן‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫‪‰‬יי‪-‬י‡ר זענען פריי‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ˆוויי ˜ריטי˘ע ּפ ָ‡ליטי˘ע ַ‡מטן‬ ‫וו‡ס‬ ‫נ‡כ„עם ָ‬ ‫˜‡ונטי‪ָ ,‬‬ ‫ר‡˜לענ„ ַ‬ ‫‡ין ַ‬ ‫פ‡רטרעטערס ‡ינעם‬ ‫„י ַ‡מטירנ„ע ַ‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן‬ ‫˜‡נ‚רעס ָ‬ ‫סענ‡ט ‡ון ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫סטעיט‬ ‫פ‡ר‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫˘ל‡סן ני˘ט ˆו לויפן‬ ‫ב‡ ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫‪‡‰‬ט ‚ע‚עבן‬ ‫„‡ס ָ‬ ‫ווי„ערערוויילונ‚‪ָ .‬‬ ‫פ‡ר „י‬ ‫‚עוו‡ל„י‚ע ‚עלע‚נ‪‰‬ייט ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ַ‡‬ ‫ר‡‚רעסיוון" ˆו‬ ‫"פ ָ‬ ‫ַ‡זוי‚ערופענע ּ‬ ‫רכ‡ ּפן „י ˆוויי ַ‡מטן‪.‬‬ ‫פ‡ ַ‬ ‫ַ‬

‫"„יפ‡נ„ינ‚ „י ּפ ָ‡ליס"‪,‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫‚‪-‬וו‡רט ‡יז‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫˘ל‡‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫„עפ ַ‡רטמענטס‪,‬‬ ‫ַ‡ווע˜נעמען ‚עלט פון ּפ ָ‡ליס ּ‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן‬ ‫י‡רן ָ‬ ‫‡ון זיי ‡ויפלעזן‪‡ .‬יבער „י לעˆטע ָ‬ ‫„ורכˆו˘טופן ‚עזעˆן ˆו‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫ב‡וויזן‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫זיי ˘וין‬ ‫„ר‡‚ס וועלכע וועט פירן ˆו‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫לע‚‡ליזירן‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ב‡˘טעטי‚ט ַ‡ ‚עזע‪ˆ ı‬ו ˆווינ‚ען‬ ‫‪‰‬פ˜ירו˙‪‡ ,‬ון ַ‬ ‫פ‡רברעכערס‬ ‫ב‡פרייען ערנסטע ַ‬ ‫ריכטערס ˆו ַ‬ ‫ָ‡ן ˜יין בעיל‪.‬‬ ‫‪‡‰‬בן ַ‡ן‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ר‡‚רעסיוון‬ ‫„י ּפ ָ‬ ‫וו‡ס ‡ויב ח"ו עס וועט זיי‬ ‫ַ‡‚ענ„ע ָ‬ ‫„‡ס ‡יינˆו˘טעלן ˜ען‬ ‫‚עלונ‚ען ָ‬ ‫ז‡ל ממ˘‬ ‫˜ומען ˆו ַ‡ מˆב ַ‡ז ַ‡ ‡י„ ָ‬ ‫ני˘ט ˜ענען בלייבן וו‡וינען ‡ין ניו‬ ‫ˆוז‡מען‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫‚רופע ַ‡רבעט‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫י‡ר˜‪„ .‬י‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫טרויערי‚‪-‬ב‡רימטער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫מיט „ער‬ ‫ר˘פ ַ‡רן‬ ‫פ‡ ּ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫‚רופע‪ˆ ,‬ו‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫י‡פע„‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פ‡ר‬ ‫נ„י„‡ט ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫˜‡‬ ‫י˘יבו˙‪ ,‬רח"ל‪„ .‬ער ַ‬ ‫‚רופע‪‡ ,‬ין‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫סענ‡ט מˆ„ „ער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫סטעיט‬ ‫ָ‡פן‬ ‫‪‡‰‬ט‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫˜‡ונטי‪,‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ר‡˜לענ„‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫מ‡כן ‡ונזער חינוך ַ‡‬ ‫„ער˜לערט ַ‡ז ער וויל ַ‬ ‫פ‡רברעכן "ווי „רייוון ˘יכור"‪„ .‬י‬ ‫˜רימינ‡לער ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פ‡מיליע‬ ‫‚רופע ‡יז ַ‡רויס ‡ין מלחמ‪˜ ‰‬ע‚ן ַ‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫וויר„ן; זיי זענען ַ‡רויס ‡ין מלחמ‪˜ ‰‬ע‚ן‬ ‫ר‪˘-‰‬ל‡‚ן ‡ון „ער ‡י„י˘ער‪˘-‬חיט‪‡ ,‰‬ון‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫כפ‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫˜ע‚ן מˆוו˙ ברי˙ מיל‪ ‰‬כ‪‰‬לכ˙‪ˆ ,‰‬ווי˘ן זייערע‬ ‫פילע ַ‡נ„ערע ַ‡נטי‪˘ ˙„-‬טעלונ‚ען‪.‬‬

‫ַ‡ז ‡יר‬ ‫בלייבט‬ ‫‡ינ„ער‪‰‬יים‬ ‫ ˜ומען זיי‬‫ַ‡ריין!‬

‫פ‡ר ˜יינעם ַ‡ז „ער‬ ‫ס'‡יז ני˘ט ˜יין סו„ ַ‬ ‫י‡ר˜ ‡יז ‡ונטער ַ‡‬ ‫חר„י'˘ער ˆיבור ‡ין ניו ָ‬ ‫ר‡‚רעסיוון‬ ‫ט‡˜ע פון ּפ ָ‬ ‫רעˆע„ענטל‡זער ַ‡ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ּפ‬ ‫„י˜‡ל טוי˘ן ‡ונזער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ר‡‬ ‫„ר‡ען ˆו ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫וועלכע‬ ‫לעבנס‪˘-‬טיי‚ער‪.‬‬ ‫ˆי‡ליסטן‪,‬‬ ‫ס‡ ַ‬ ‫וו‡ס נעמט ַ‡ריין ָ‬ ‫‚רופע‪ָ ,‬‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫„י‬ ‫ט‡ר בערני‬ ‫סענ‡ ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫כפ‡ל‚ער פון‬ ‫נ‡ ָ‬ ‫˘טיˆער ‡ון ָ‬ ‫נ„י„‡טן וועלכע‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫˜‡‬ ‫ס‡נ„ערס‪˘ ,‬טעלט ַ‡רויס ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫טפ‡רמע פון ‡י˘ כל ‪‰‬י˘ר‬ ‫ל‡ ָ‬ ‫לויפן ‡ויף ַ‡ ּפ ַ‬ ‫מפיין‬ ‫˜‡ ּ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫בעיניו יע˘‪ ;‰‬זייער לעˆטער‬

‫„‡ס לעבן פון ַ‡ מענט˘‬ ‫‪‡‰‬ט ָ‬ ‫‚רופע ָ‬ ‫ביי „ער ּ‬ ‫˜נ‡ ּפער ˘וויו˙‪ .‬יע„ער ‡יינער ווייסט‬ ‫‚‡נ‪ַ ‡ַ ı‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫˘פיטעלער ‡ין „י לעˆטע‬ ‫ˆו˘ט‡נ„ ‡ין „י ּ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫„עם‬ ‫„‡˜טוירים ווערן ‚עמוטי‚ט ˆו‬ ‫ווי‡זוי ָ‬ ‫י‡רן‪‡ ,‬ון ַ‬ ‫ָ‬


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Contentedly settled on his expansive country estate on the island of Manhattan, Mr. Moore was not very happy to find surveyors measuring his acreage. It was all part of the new plan to chop up New York City into a grid-like maze. And Mr. Moore’s property — extending over six whole city blocks of the modern-day Chelsea neighborhood — was seriously affected.

and marshes and grasslands. Oak trees, chestnut trees and hickory trees. It was a truly rustic, natural environment. In fact, the very name “Manhattan” may stem from a Native American term meaning “island of many hills.” What prompted the harsh decision to strip it of its natural beauty and transform the hilly landscape into a level-surfaced, right-angled grid? Between 1790 and 1810, Manhattan’s population nearly tripled. Along with the population boom came public health concerns and housing issues. City officials wanted to organize the city with a new street plan that they hoped would solve the problems. On March 22, 1811, the city’s Common Council signed the Commissioners’ Plan of 1811 that was later dubbed “the most important document in New York City’s development.” In it, the famous grid system was planned. John Randel was hired as the chief surveyor, and preciPark Avenue (called Fourth Avenue until about 1890) north from about 105th Street, showing two track railroad on a wooden trestle.

It took many decades for the grid to be implemented all the way to 155th Street. This is a 1922 photo of 150th Street.

But John Randel and his cohorts were merely doing their job. They were commissioned to survey every corner of the island and design a map. To proceed with the process, Randel handcrafted tools that had the ability to measure with extreme precision. The end result was a meticulous, detailed and methodical diagram. Randel earned himself many admirers and enemies in the process. In fact, he was arrested more than once on counts of trespassing by landowners who detested the intrusion. The influential Mr. Moore was one of those who decried the developments. Aside from affecting his prop-

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erty, he worried that the plan had no protective measures for the environment. Later, when he grasped the steep increase in his real estate’s value, he favored the strategy that would subdivide his land.

THE COMMISSIONERS’ PLAN OF 1811 Before the island was drawn into its crisscross of blocks and avenues — the hallmark of New York City’s urban style — Manhattan was a beautiful, rural island. With farms and barns and winding roads. Streams


sion was his middle name. Randel invested much ingenuity and accuracy into his drawings. He recorded every little hill and contour in his inspection of the undeveloped island. It took him several years before finally completing the job in 1817. What emerged was a “new abstract geometric system of right-angled streets” that completely disregarded what was on the ground at the time. The plan included 11 major avenues and 155 cross-town streets — with the avenues running from north to south and the streets from east to west, and Fifth Avenue as the dividing central line. Only a mere few streets cut through the city diagonally. Implementing Randel’s plan meant forcing at least 721 buildings to be demolished or moved. Critics lamented the destruction of the city’s original architectural history. Despite the exactitude of the grid, there was still room for adjustments, as can be seen with the designation of Central Park and other public spaces, which were only drawn up later. Once the surveys were complete and the map drawn up, the colossal project of executing the plan began. There was lots of landfilling. Mountains needed to be leveled. As map collector David Rumsey commented, “A lot of the history of Manhattan is the destruction of its hills. Basically, that topography was obliterated, except for Central Park.”

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THE ORIGINS OF THE GRID SYSTEM

Another step in the process was analyzing the towns and settlements surrounding the city.

It’s rather easy to find your way around a city patterned in a grid-like design. The system attests to clear planning — before the growth of the city. In contrast, organically established cities fill every available space, with no particular sense of order. By far the most efficient city layout, the street grid allows for evenly-shaped properties that make building and rebuilding simple. New York City is not the first or only metropolis to follow this design. It is, however, said to be the largest one. Thus, despite many associating grid cities with Manhattan, the concept actually dates back to many years before… In the United States, Philadelphia is reputed to have been the first crisscross city. Introduced by William Penn in 1682, the city used numbers to name its grid-styled streets. Later, Thomas Jefferson codified the American grid system, which soon became the plot of vogue for cities throughout the country. Globally, there is evidence that major cities in the Indus Valley Civilization had streets that intersected each other in grid-like fashion, too. Remnants of cities in ancient Greece and Babylon also attest to grids as a prehistoric idea.

GREATER NYC

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There was much disorder in the neighboring areas throughout the nineteenth century. Borders blurred as villages evolved into towns and eventually cities. Population expansion influenced acquisitions, finally resulting in the merging of one large unified New York City. How did Brooklyn, as we know it today, become part of New York City? Let’s follow the trail… “Breuckelen,” named by the Dutch explorers for a town in the Netherlands, was one of six towns in what would eventually become Kings County. In 1816, Brooklyn Heights became its own village within the Town of Brooklyn. One major reason behind locals’ advocating for independence was their ability to set up their own fire department! Until that point, whenever fires broke out — a frequent occurrence at the time, given the wooden structure of their homes — residents had to wait for firefighters to come by boat from New York City. Brooklyn grew quickly. Its population tripled between 1810 and 1830, with 12,406 residents recorded


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The Williamsburg Bridge under construction, 1903

toward the end of that period. In 1834, it was upgraded to a city. Before long, they followed the grid form of street layout being implemented in Manhattan. In nearby Bushwick, Williamsburgh was evolving. Much of the land was owned by the Dutch West India Company, and with limited landholders, there was little need for recognition. That changed as private proprietors bought off the land. On April 14, 1827, Williamsburgh received a village charter from Bushwick. By 1840, they seceded from Bushwick, creating a seventh independent municipality in Kings County. Williamsburgh expanded in no time. By 1850, there were some 30,000 residents — up six times from 1840! Thus, a mere eleven years after gaining independence, this boomtown became the county’s next city. Now there were three cities a mere stone’s throw away from each other: New York City, the city of Brooklyn, and the city of Williamsburgh. This arrangement didn’t last long. Political corruption was rampant in Williamsburgh. Residents thought they had nothing to lose by becoming constituents of the city of Brooklyn. Thus, on April 17, 1854, the city of Brooklyn annexed Williamsburgh and officially dropped the “h” at the end. In 1894, the city of Brooklyn became synonymous with Kings County when county legislation enforced further consolidation. More than one million residents called Brooklyn their home at the time. Brooklyn now ranked the third largest city in the country. Much of Brooklyn’s layout follows the grid system. Yet given the multiple governmental transitions and mergers, Brooklyn’s neighborhoods have a rather messy appearance. Its streets and avenues are not aligned as neatly as they are in Manhattan. A number of factors led to what later became known as the Great Mistake of 1898. This decision, passed by marginal vote, turned Brooklyn into a mere borough of the city of New York. With this merger, bordering municipalities became a thing of the past. New York City, the apple of New York’s eye, became a single governing entity. Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens and Staten Island were each designated as boroughs under the city’s rule.

MONSEY STREETS

Madison Avenue, north from and including 55th Street, seen from 54th Street east of Madison Avenue. The streets have been graded, but construction is only just getting underway. 1871

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Just 28 miles from New York City, a formerly unobtrusive hub of Yiddishkeit thrives. Early Monsey residents recall the town’s country-like appearance in earlier days — a far cry from the increasingly urban aura of our town today. Still, Monsey, designated a hamlet, exists in stark contrast to the street layout of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Its twisting roads and hills don’t resemble the grid-like setup of the city; a guest or newcomer would actually need to learn the map to find their way around. What influenced Monsey’s street map? Long before our heimishe community constituted the majority of town, our area was populated by Native Americans. Remnants of their encampment can


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be found in the Monsey Glen County Park, just off Saddle River Road and Route 59. Back in the day, our parts were primitive and the natural rural environment was rarely tampered with. With the construction of Nyack Turnpike — current-day Route 59 — that changed. Monsey began its transformation to a full-fledged hamlet and prominent suburban locale. In 1813, a petition was filed requesting authorization for the first major thoroughfare in Rockland County to be built. Permission was granted in 1816, and in the 1830s the turnpike was completed, after seventeen years of construction. The road stretched from Nyack to Suffern, a span of roughly fourteen miles. Originally a highway, tolls were collected to pay for its upkeep. In the beginning, it was mostly traveled by stagecoach. The turnpike experienced greater traffic flow during the winter months when the Hudson River froze, which complicated transport between New York City and upstate New York. In the late 1930s, the turnpike was renamed and numbered as Route 59. Another historic road that connected Monsey residents decades ago is Route 306. Its official starting point is at the intersection with Route 59 (at which point the street is better known as Main Street) and continues all the way through to Route 202. That’s more than five miles long. Given the countryside style of Monsey, its streets were never developed with a “plan”; rather, streets were built and inhabited as farmland was transformed into a town. This explains the winding roads and irregular street plans. It also explains one cause of the bumper-to-bumper traffic. Simply put, Monsey struggles with traffic issues today largely because the streets were not initially built to carry the ever-expanding transportation demands of our growing community, ka”h.


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‫דאזיגער שאלה‬ ‫דער ענטפער אויף דער ָ‬ ‫וואך‬ ‫באקומען קומענדיגע ָ‬ ‫וועלן מיר ַ‬

‫‪ּ,June‬פרשת קרח‪,‬‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫ולמספ' ‪ָ 23‬‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫וואלן‬ ‫אין די קריטישע ּפריימערי ַ‬ ‫וועלכע וועלן זיין ַא רעפערענדום איבער'ן עתיד פון יהדות החרדית‬ ‫מאנסי בפרט‪.‬‬ ‫יארק בכלל און אין ָ‬ ‫אין ניו ָ‬ ‫פאלגנד זענען טייל פון די ּפלענער אויף זייער עקסטרעמער ַאגענדע‪:‬‬ ‫ָ‬

‫ציאליסטן‪-‬‬ ‫סא ַ‬ ‫די ָ‬ ‫ראגרעסיוון‬ ‫ּפ ָ‬ ‫דראען צו‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫דיקאל‬ ‫רא ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫טוישן אונזער‬ ‫לעבנס‪-‬שטייגער‪.‬‬

‫דעפ ַארטמענטס‪.‬‬ ‫"דיפאנדינג די ּפ ָאליס" ‪ -‬אויפלעזן ּפ ָאליס ּ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫אומלעגאל‪.‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫דערקלערן ישיבות‬ ‫שלאגן‪.‬‬ ‫כפרה ָ‬ ‫רבאטן ּ‬ ‫פא ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫משפחות‪.‬‬ ‫איינשטעלן דיסקרימינירנדע געזעצן קעגן גרויסע ּ‬ ‫שפיטעלער‪.‬‬ ‫איינשטעלן ענד ָאף לייף ּפ ַאליסיס אין די ּ‬

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This article is based on a shiur by Rabbi Yechezkel Elias. Rabbi Elias is a maggid shiur at the Yeshiva Gedola of Hampstead in Montreal, Canada. Rabbi Elias' daily halacha/parsha shiur, given in the Agudah of Montreal, is available on www.TorahDownloads.com. For questions or comments, you can write to collectedaudio@gmail.com.

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“… And when you set out on the road, take counsel from your Creator, and only then depart…” – Words of Eliyahu Hanavi to Rav Yehudah (Brachos 29b)

s the Gemara continues, this sagacious advice would ultimately be enshrined eternally in halacha, with a full-fledged rabbinic ordinance to “consult” with Hakadosh Baruch Hu as we embark on a journey. It is with Tefillas Haderech that we turn to Him, requesting His assistance both in reaching our destination safely as well as in seeing success and fulfillment in all of our endeavors. Among the many halachic details of Tefillas Haderech, one question that affects nearly every traveler is that of location. Where is the ideal point for reciting this tefillah? Furthermore, beyond the ideal point, may the tefillah still be recited? And if yes, up until which point? As is the case with all facets of halacha, it is important to stress that correct conduct should be guided by clear halachic understanding, and not mere assumption or general estimation. Nor should conduct be based on hearsay or recounted stories. With even the most precise recounting of any

incident, there remains much risk, as the observer is likely to be unaware of subtle nuances; be it a piece of background or fine detail, or be it a piece of halachic minutiae unknown to the observer, the details are often halacha-altering. Tefillas Haderech, in particular, lends itself to such lack of clarity. Its laws are dependent on a number of physical factors, among them those of townscape and topography, all of which are subject to change at any time. This can lead to conflicting accounts, which may all be true — they merely reflect evolvement in the realities upon which this body

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of halacha is based. It would be impossible to draw any conclusive evidence with regard to the realities we view today. How, in fact, does halacha guide us in navigating this issue? To gain a proper understanding of this topic, it is necessary to understand that the correct answer hinges upon the resolution of two independent questions. Although interrelated, these are two distinct questions, with very different sets of criteria. Often, however, the two are subject to erroneous conflation, leading to an incorrect and less-than-ideal recital of the tefillah. The first question to be addressed is whether or not the trip is sufficiently significant to warrant a bracha. The second question, presupposing the condition of significance has indeed been satisfied, is at what point during the trip one should recite the bracha. One is a question of if; the other a question of when. In regard to the first question, the halacha is as follows: Chazal mandated a tefillah for safe travel only in scenarios where travel was determined to possess a certain risk of harm. In making this determination, they calculated both the potential of danger, as well as the ability to seek aid and assistance should any mishap occur. As a general rule, for a trip to be considered significant, it must include travel of one “parsah” through uninhabited areas. This measurement is roughly equivalent to a distance of four kilometers (2.5 miles).[1] There is, however, no halachic difference at which point within the trip the traveler will traverse this area. If at any point between departure and arrival this condition will be met, the entirety of the trip, from the very first moment of departure, is deemed significant and qualifies for Tefillas Haderech.[2] Travel from Montreal to New York contains many open stretches meeting the 2.5-mile requirement, and is therefore considered a significant trip. Although the traveler will not encounter these areas until well south of the city, the entire trip, from the moment of departure, is deemed significant.

However, as the ultimate factor is the element of risk, there is a notable exception to the rule. Should one be traveling in a particularly dangerous region, where even travel of a short distance would contain a significantly elevated level of risk, the recital of Tefillas Haderech would be mandated as well. Travel from the perimeter of Kiryas Arba to the Me’aras Hamachpelah extends just over 0.61 mile. Additionally, the vast majority of that stretch is densely populated. Nonetheless, as this area is one of highly elevated risk, Tefillas Haderech should be recited.

Having determined that one’s travels meet the condition of significance, it is then possible to move on to the second question and assess the correct location for reciting the tefillah. To provide clarification in this regard, it is necessary

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to view the travel as comprised of different zones. THE FIRST ZONE is from the moment one sets out from

his home, office or place of departure, until he reaches the city limits of the departure city. Although technically one has, in fact, begun oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s journey, there is a possibility that upon remembering some forgotten item or unfinished business, one would turn back and postpone his travel plans. As such, one should not recite Tefillas Haderech in this zone. If, however, one mistakenly went ahead and did so, he has fulfilled his obligation and should not repeat the tefillah at a later point. THE SECOND ZONE begins at the city limits, and ex-

tends for the next 2.5 miles. This is the ideal zone for the recital of Tefillas Haderech â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and the only zone that sat-

isfies all halachic opinions.[3] It is imperative to understand that the city limits referred to here are the halachically determined city limits, not the limits established by governments or officials. Halacha views all contiguous residential areas as one city, regardless of whether that holds true for taxes, snow removal or other aspects of government jurisdiction. Conversely, halacha views the areas beyond the residential and inhabited areas to be outside the city, even if they are technically under the jurisdiction of the same city. Of paramount importance is the understanding that once one has moved beyond the limits of the original city, he is determined as being within this zone, regardless of whether this stretch passes through populated or unpopulated areas. There is no requirement whatsoever that Tefillas Haderech be recited only in an unpopulated area. The concept of having an unpopulated area pertains to the initial question of determining overall trip significance, and to that question only. These areas have bearing only on whether the tefillah should be recited, not where the tefillah should be recited.

PROVIDING THESE CONCEPTS WITH TANGIBILITY: Traveling from Brooklyn to Monsey or points beyond: The journey will include a sufficiently significant open stretch for the trip to warrant Tefillas Haderech.[4] Although not entirely clear, from a halachic standpoint there is good cause to consider Manhattan and Brooklyn part of the same municipal entity**, meaning the departure point would be upon the George Washington Bridge (or any other Hudson River crossing). The tefillah should thus be recited immediately upon departing from Manhattan, on these crossings, or immediately thereafter, within the first 2.5 miles. That the majority of these 2.5 miles pass through well-inhabited areas has no impact whatsoever on the halacha. Traveling from Brooklyn to Lakewood: Although the five boroughs of New York comprise one municipal entity, this characterization is one of arbitrary legal nature, and not of halachic relevance. Thus, crossing between Brooklyn and Staten Island is viewed as departing a residential landmass. Due to the fact that the journey will eventually traverse a significant open stretch, the trip warrants Tefillas Haderech, which should be recited upon the Verrazano Bridge. It is important to note that the length of the span itself is approximately 1.83 miles, occupying the majority of the ideal zone. The tefillah should therefore be recited upon the bridge itself or immediately thereafter. If traveling only to a destination in Staten Island itself, the trip would lack the essential 2.5-mile empty zone criterion. Tefillas Haderech should not be recited. Traveling from Monsey to NYC: When traveling via the Tappan Zee bridge, the ideal zone begins at the beginning of the bridge. When traveling via the Palisades, the ideal zone begins at the overpass after Exit 7. Traveling from Monsey to the Catskills or Montreal: When headed north via the Thruway, Monseyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outer limits fall roughly at Exit 15a. Tefillas

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Haderech should be recited immediately within 2.5 miles from this point. Traveling from Lakewood to Deal, Monsey or Brooklyn: When entering the Garden State Parkway from areas south of Lake Carasaljo, one is still surrounded by portions of Lakewood for the initial portion of travel. One can be considered exiting town limits on the Garden State Parkway when passing the Brick Reservoir, at about 2.5 miles past Exit 91, with the ideal zone of recital extending from that point for 2.5 miles. When departing via Squankum and the I-195, the accepted opinion of the Lakewood poskim is to consider the entrance ramp onto the I-195 as the point of departure, and the beginning of the 2.5mile ideal zone.** Traveling from Montreal to New York Via Decarie and the Champlain Bridge: The Champlain Bridge itself is certainly not part of the residential landmass of Montreal, and is thus beyond city limits. Placing the city limits at the approach to the bridge, the ideal zone covers the area from the approach to the bridge and extends for 2.5 miles. As the length of the span (inclusive of the approach) exceeds 2.5 miles, the end point of the ideal zone will be reached before exiting the bridge. As such, the ideal zone is only upon the bridge itself, and it is within this area that Tefillas Haderech must be recited. Via downtown and the Victoria Bridge: Similar to the above, the ideal zone begins at the approach to the bridge, and extends for 2.5 miles. Via downtown and the Champlain Bridge: In this case, immediately upon exiting the downtown area and beginning travel on the Bonaventure Expressway (Route 10), one has already reached the city limits. The 2.5-mile ideal zone thus begins well before the bridge. The start point of this zone is near the beginning of the Expressway, and continues for 2.5 miles. Coming from this approach, one reaches the Champlain Bridge at approximately 2.32 miles from the start point, leaving a very minimal amount of the bridge within the ideal zone.

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Of note, these first two zones hold true in regard to initial travel from one’s hometown, or conversely, when leaving one’s destination to return home. However, if one were to segment a trip, stopping at a random midpoint not merely for a short nap but rather to sleep overnight, the halacha would differ. In such a case, Tefillas Haderech must be recited twice, as the trip has effectively been split in two.[5] In regard to the initial hometown departure, the guidelines stated above would hold true. However, in regard to departure from the midpoint, the 2.5-mile ideal zone begins immediately as one prepares to embark, prior to entering one’s vehicle or actual departure.[6] THE THIRD ZONE covers the area beginning at

the 2.5-mile mark, at the endpoint of the second zone, and continues until one has reached the final 2.5 miles adjacent to one’s destination city. Although not on par with the previous zone, should one have failed to recite Tefillas Haderech earlier, one can continue to recite the tefillah at any point throughout this zone. Traveling from Montreal, or the Catskills, to Monsey: Should one have forgotten to recite Tefillas Haderech at an earlier point, he may do so in the Adirondacks, Albany, Kingston, or at any other point until the final 2.5 miles before Monsey, a point roughly in the vicinity of the Ramapo (Sloatsburg) Travel Plaza. It is completely irrelevant if at the time of recital one is passing through a city or through an open area.

The same holds true for travel from the Catskills to Monsey; if not recited earlier, one


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ration of a number of factors. First, it is quite likely that halacha considers the wide open expanses of the runway area to be outside of the city. Second, as noted, the concern with reciting the tefillah within the departure city is due to the potentiality of aborting the trip and returning home. At the moment of takeoff, the travel has assumed a definitiveness beyond any such reasonable concern. Last, from an angle of risk assessment, the moments of take-off are generally considered to carry the greatest danger, and would as such be most apt for Tefillas Haderech. If one did not recite Tefillas Haderech at this time, one could nonetheless do so up until the final stages of descent prior to landing.

may still recite Tefillas Haderech up until the vicinity of the Ramapo (Sloatsburg) Travel Plaza.

[1] For purposes of simplicity, the measure of a parsah is referred to throughout this article as approximately four kilometers, or 2.5 miles. In truth, however, there is much dispute in calculating the precise distance. The parsah might feasibly be assessed at 2.38 miles (opinion of Rav Chaim Noeh, zt”l), 2.65 miles (opinion of the Igros Moshe), or about 2.86 (opinion of the Chazon Ish). Any mention, at any point in this article, of a 2.5-mile distance should be understood to be a reference to this dispute.

The above follows the basic reading of the Shulchan Aruch and accepted halacha among Ashkenazic communities. Many Sefardic communities, however, utilize a measurement of travel time as opposed to one of distance, generally assessing the requirement at 72 minutes of travel through uninhabited areas. (It is unclear how this opinion would factor traffic conditions.) As a practical example of the ensuing disparity, travel from Montreal to St. Agathe would require Tefillas Haderech according to Ashkenazim, but not according to the aforementioned Sefardic practice.

[2]

THE FOURTH ZONE is that of the final

2.5 miles, those adjacent to the destination city. At this point, one is considered within the safe environs of his destination, and the tefillah may no longer be recited in full. One should recite the tefillah up until the final words, omitting the concluding bracha of “Baruch Atah… shome’a tefillah.” Tripping Up: Applying the Concepts to Air Travel

Until this point, the parameters have been established in regard to road trips. How do these guidelines pertain to air travel? In many cases, merely traveling from one’s departure city to the local airport requires travel beyond the original city limits. Examples would include leaving from Yerushalayim for a flight from Ben-Gurion Airport, or leaving Cleveland for a flight from Hopkins Airport. In these scenarios, the tefillah should be recited immediately upon exiting the departure city. In other instances, an airport may be located within the confines of the departure city, as is the case with Montreal’s Trudeau Airport. In this case, the halachic consensus is to recite the tefillah on the plane, as the plane begins the final acceleration on the approach to take-off. This setting would benefit the incorpo-

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[3] As per the above footnote, here as well many Sefardic communities would follow said measurement of time in place of a measurement of distance. All the examples listed below should be adjusted accordingly (e.g., when traveling from Montreal to Brooklyn, adherents of this opinion would have the ideal zone stretching from the beginning of the Champlain Bridge until a point in the vicinity of Plattsburgh, NY, as opposed to a mere 2.5 miles).

There are those who will refrain from reciting Tefillas Haderech between Monsey and Brooklyn based on a difficulty raised by the Biur Halacha in establishing the qualifying characteristics of the necessary 2.5-mile empty zone that accords the travel significance. It should be noted, however, that the basic reading of the Shulchan Aruch and poskim does not allow for this exception. Furthermore, the Biur Halacha raises his point as a question, not as a halachic statement. Additionally, there are poskim who have pointed out that even according to the Biur Halacha there may likely be grounds for recital in our scenario. Regardless, the question concerns only the recital of the final words of Baruch Atah…. shome’a tefillah. All agree that the basic body of the tefillah, including the initial words with the name of Hashem, are certainly required.

[4]

**

As per Kuntres Tefillas HaDerech, by Rabbi Aaron Stauber.

As an extension of this scenario, were one to enter any town along the route with the intention of “calling it a night,” and subsequently change his mind and continue onward, the trip would have been considered segmented and require a new Tefillas Haderech. The mere intent when within the intended stopover city is enough to be considered a termination of the initial phase of travel. [5]

[6] As mentioned previously, the restraint upon the recital of Tefillas Haderech within one’s initial departure city immediately upon beginning a journey is due to the possibility of one returning home and deferring travel plans. In this instance, as the stopover point is neither one’s hometown nor the final destination, such a risk is negligible.


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‫עליידזשע‬

‫רייכלין‪-‬מעלניק‬

‫סענאט‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פאר סטעיט‬ ‫נדידאט ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫קא‬ ‫ראגרעסיוו ַ‬ ‫דער ּפ ָ‬ ‫קרימינאלער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫מאכן ישיבה‪-‬חינוך ַא‬ ‫ראכן צו ַ‬ ‫רשפ ָ‬ ‫פא ּ‬ ‫האט ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פארברעכן "ווי דרייוון שיכור"‪.‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פאר ווייטערדיגע‬ ‫ראכן זיין שטיצע ַ‬ ‫רשפ ָ‬ ‫פא ּ‬ ‫האט ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ראלישע געזעצן וועלכע וועלן פירן דערצו ַאז‬ ‫אוממא ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫יארק‪.‬‬ ‫זאלן נישט קענען וואוינען אין ניו ָ‬ ‫אידן ָ‬ ‫דראגס וועלכע וועט פירן‬ ‫לעגאליזירן ָ‬ ‫שטיצט געזעצן צו ַ‬ ‫צו הפקירות‪.‬‬ ‫פאנדן פון ּפ ָאליס‬ ‫שטיצט בילס צו ַאוועקנעמען ָ‬ ‫איינקלאנג מיט דער שעדליכער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫דעפ ַארטמענטס‪ ,‬אין‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫ראגרעסיווער ַאגענדע‪.‬‬ ‫ּפ ָ‬ ‫קורארן‬ ‫רא ָ‬ ‫פאר ּפ ָ‬ ‫נאך שווערער ַ‬ ‫מאכן ָ‬ ‫שטיצט בילס צו ַ‬ ‫קרימינאלן אין תפיסה‪.‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫צו ַאריינלייגן‬ ‫ווערט געשטיצט דורך דער העסליכער ּפרעזערוו‬ ‫גרופע‪.‬‬ ‫מא ּפ ָא ּ‬ ‫רא ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫טפארמע און‬ ‫לא ָ‬ ‫דיקאל‪-‬לינקער ּפ ַ‬ ‫רא ַ‬ ‫לויפט אויף א ַ‬ ‫ראגרעסיווע און‬ ‫האט די שטיצע פון צענדליגער ּפ ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫גרופעס‪ ,‬און שטיצט זייערע נידעריגע‬ ‫ציאליסטישע ּ‬ ‫סא ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ַאנשויאונגען‪.‬‬ ‫גרופעס ּפרובירן איצט ַאריינצוברענגען ַא רייע‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫די‬ ‫בא ַאמטע‪ ,‬און אויב זיי זיגן וועלן זיי זיין די רעגירער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫יארק און וועלן קענען דורכפירן זייערע‬ ‫איבער ניו ָ‬ ‫פינסטערע ּפלענער‪.‬‬

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‫די פאלגענדע קינדער האבן אויסגעזאגט גאנץ תהלים‪:‬‬ ‫ברכה ברייני קורלאנד‪ ,13 ,‬בית‬ ‫טראני‬ ‫יוסף יואל ווידער‪ ,13 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫מרים מארגענשטערן‪ ,13 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫טויב דאסקאלאוויטש‪ ,13 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫סימא שפיצער‪13 ,‬‬ ‫איידל הוטנער‪ ,12 ,‬אהבת שלום‬ ‫יענקי ראזענבוים‪ ,12 ,‬באבוב‬ ‫הערשי ביניק‪ ,12 ,‬באבוב‬ ‫ח‪.‬מ‪ .‬קרישבסקי‪ ,12 ,‬בית חינוך הישן‬ ‫טראני קורלאנד‪ ,12 ,‬בית טראני‬ ‫יהודת קגן‪ ,12 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬ ‫דאבא אסתר לאנדא‪ ,12 ,‬בית רחל‬ ‫יוטי ווינער‪ ,12 ,‬בית רחל‬ ‫חי’ שרי שווארץ‪ ,12 ,‬בית שפרה‬ ‫מרים‬ ‫גיטי פריעדמאן‪ ,12 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫שמאולי וועטענשטיין‪ ,12 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫נחמה ווייס‪ ,12 ,‬בת מקרא‬ ‫רייזי שנעבאלג‪ ,12 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫ג‪.‬ב‪ ,12 ,.‬וויזניץ‬ ‫ב‪.‬פ‪ ,12 ,.‬וויזניץ‬ ‫חי’לע ראזענבערג‪ ,12 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫רויזי קרויס‪ ,12 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫לייבי שווימער‪ ,12 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫משה טענענבוים‪ ,12 ,‬וויען‬ ‫יהודה רויח‪ ,12 ,‬ישיבה דגל התורה‬ ‫חיים זאב פרענק‪ ,12 ,‬מונקאטש‬ ‫אליעזר ניימאן‪ ,12 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫יעקב מאיר פישער‪ ,12 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫מלכה ביילא לייפער‪ ,12 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫חי’ עטי גרינפעלד‪ ,12 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫שיפי יאקאבאוויטש‪ ,12 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫פנחס איינהארן‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫חיים בוקסבוים‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫אברמי ראזענבערג‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫שלמי ראזענבערג‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫יוסף גראסמאן‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫מרדכי שפירא‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫מרדכי ביניק‪ ,11 ,‬ישועת משה‬ ‫וויזניץ‬

‫אלעזר שמאון אמסעל‪,10 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫שרולי קויפמאן‪ ,11 ,‬מונקאטש‬

‫גיטי מייער‪ ,10 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫יוחנן קויפמאן‪ ,11 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫יוכבד יוטל טויב‪ ,10 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫אליעזר יוסף קעסטענבוים‪,11 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫ברכי שווימער‪ ,10 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫יודי לונגער‪ ,11 ,‬סקווירא מאנסי‬ ‫רעכי ראזענבערג‪ ,11 ,‬עטרת בנות‬

‫חי’ יענטי ניימאן‪ ,12 ,‬עטרת בנות‬

‫לאה מלכי פריעדמאן‪ ,11 ,‬עטרת‬ ‫בנות‬

‫דיני באדאנסקי‪ ,12 ,‬פאפא‬

‫בלימי מאנדל‪ ,11 ,‬עטרת בנות‬

‫שלמה אליעזר זילבערמאן‪,12 ,‬‬ ‫רחמסטריווקא‬

‫זיסי דאסקאלאוויטש‪ ,11 ,‬פאפא‬

‫ברוך יצחק זיידמאן‪ ,12 ,‬תשב”ר‬ ‫ה‪.‬ג‪12 ,.‬‬ ‫דוד מאיר יאקאבס‪12 ,‬‬

‫אברהם אלי’ לאנדא‪ ,11 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫שרה ביילי שטייף‪ ,11 ,‬קלויזענבורג‬ ‫אלימלך יאקאבס‪,11 ,‬‬ ‫רחמסטריווקא‬

‫אברמי לעפלער‪ ,10 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫פערי שפירא‪ ,10 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫דוד גרינצווייג‪ ,10 ,‬סקווירא מאנסי‬ ‫רחל לאה ניימאן‪ ,10 ,‬עטרת בנות‬ ‫ישעי אשר שווארץ‪ ,10 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫ברכי טויב‪ ,10 ,‬קלויזענבורג‬ ‫שלמי קרויס‪ ,10 ,‬רחמסטריווקא‬ ‫שלמה אלי’ פאללאק‪10 ,‬‬ ‫מרדכי צייטלין‪ ,9 ,‬באבוב‬ ‫אהרן קאסטען‪ ,9 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫ברכה באדנער‪ ,8 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬ ‫שרה’לע קגן‪ ,8 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬ ‫רויזא בלימא גאנז‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫יוסי שטיינמעץ‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫רייזי געפנער‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫ליבי קרויס‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫שמואל לעפקאוויטש‪ ,8 ,‬ישועת‬ ‫משה וויזניץ‬ ‫שלום ניימאן‪ ,8 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫פעסי פריעדמאן‪ ,8 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫גאלדי לויב‪ ,8 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫אדי לייפער‪ ,8 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫יענקי גראסמאן‪ ,8 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫ר‪ .‬שפירא‪ ,8 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫ביילא חי’ הורוויץ‪12 ,‬‬

‫זיידא יעקב פארקאס‪11 ,‬‬

‫גיטי לונגער‪ ,9 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫יהודה א‪ .‬גריפעל‪ ,11 ,‬באבוב‬

‫רויזי גוראלניק‪11 ,‬‬

‫פייגי פריינד‪ ,8 ,‬צאנז‬

‫חי’ א‪ .‬פירער‪ ,11 ,‬באבוב‬

‫דבורי שפיצער‪11 ,‬‬

‫אסתי קגן‪ ,9 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬ ‫פערעלע אסטער‪ ,9 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫יוסף שמחה זיידמאן‪,8 ,‬‬ ‫רחמסטריווקא‬

‫יעקב יצחק דרוסמאן‪ ,11 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫שלמי האגער‪11 ,‬‬

‫יהודה קאהן‪ ,11 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫משה י‪ .‬ראזענבוים‪ ,10 ,‬באבוב‬

‫פערעלע גרינזווייג‪ ,11 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫פייגי אלטער‪ ,10 ,‬בית יעקב חפץ‬ ‫חיים‬

‫נתן צבי פאללאק‪ ,11 ,‬בית מקרא‬

‫הינדי ראטה‪ ,9 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫רחי ראטה‪ ,9 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫שיינדי איגל‪ ,9 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫פייגי קאסטען‪ ,11 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫חוי לויב‪ ,10 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫אליעזר שפיצער‪ ,9 ,‬זרע יעקב‬

‫דוד ביללער‪ ,11 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫ברכה מאטי לעפקאוויטש‪ ,10 ,‬בית‬ ‫רחל‬

‫אסתי לאנדא‪ ,9 ,‬פאפא‬

‫אסתר גרינהוט‪ ,10 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫הערשי ווינער‪ ,9 ,‬תשב”ר‬

‫נחמה מרגליות‪ ,10 ,‬בית שפרה מרים‬

‫ישעי פארקאס‪9 ,‬‬

‫אהרן וועטענשטיין‪ ,10 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫משי גאלדשטיין‪9 ,‬‬

‫דיני שטיינמעץ‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫מרים גאלדי געפנער‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫שלמה יהודה מאשקאוויטש‪ ,8 ,‬בית‬ ‫דוד‬

‫דיני גאנץ‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫ישראל מרגליות‪ ,8 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫רפאל קרישבסקי‪ ,10 ,‬ליזענסק‬

‫מינדי לונגער‪ ,8 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫בנציון רובין‪ ,11 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫הערשי קרויס‪ ,11 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫אברמי ראטה‪ ,11 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫אלימלך ווידער‪ ,11 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫לאה’לע שווארץ‪ ,11 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫ביילי ראפאפארט‪ ,11 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫פראדי סרולאוויטש‪ ,11 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫אפרים האגער‪8 ,‬‬ ‫דובי מאזעסען‪8 ,‬‬

‫ישראל הירש פריעדמאן‪ ,9 ,‬פאפא‬

‫איידי בינעטה‪ ,11 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫שמואלי גלויבער‪ ,8 ,‬פאפא‬

‫שמעון ווידער‪ ,7 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫שרי הורוויץ‪7 ,‬‬ ‫הערשי לויב‪ ,6 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫שמעון קויפמאן‪ ,6 ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫שלמי לעפלער‪ ,6 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫שרולי זיידמאן‪6 ,‬‬ ‫עלקא חנה בלום‬ ‫חיים בלום‬ ‫פישל בלום‬ ‫יהושע מיללער‬ ‫אהרן עוזר‬

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‫די קינדער האבן זיך משתתף געווען אין די תהלים קאנטעסט‪:‬‬ ‫דבורי וועטענשטיין‪ ,14 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫זאב כ”ץ‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫רחי פריינד‪ ,9 ,‬צאנז‬

‫שמעון האלפערט‪ ,7 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫מלכי בירנהאק‪ ,13 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫וואלווי שטיינער‪ ,10 ,‬וויען‬

‫י‪ .‬וויייס‪ ,13 ,‬פאפא‬

‫דבורה קארנבלי‪ ,10 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫אברהם יהושע איזרעל‪,9 ,‬‬ ‫קלויזענבורג‬

‫ליבי לעבאוויטש‪ ,7 ,‬בת ישראל‬ ‫חי’ שרי שווארץ‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫ישעי שפריי‪13 ,‬‬

‫בלימי דערשאוויטש‪ ,10 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫מרדכי יאקאבס‪ ,9 ,‬רחמסטריווקא‬

‫פרומי שווארץ‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫מרים ד‪ .‬גריפעל‪ ,12 ,‬באבוב‬

‫ברכה הינדי לייפער‪ ,10 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫וועלוועל קליין‪9 ,‬‬

‫זיסל ביק‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫שרגא פייוול שנעבאלג‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫מינדי אייזענבערג‪ ,12 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫פייגא צירל וואגשאהל‪,10 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫פייגי ביטענספאן‪9 ,‬‬ ‫טויבי שטייף‪9 ,‬‬

‫לאה בלום‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫יעקב טובנצקי‪ ,12 ,‬בית מקרא‬

‫שרי קאפעלנער‪ ,6 ,‬נתיבות בית‬ ‫יעקב‬

‫גיטי פליישער‪ ,4 ,‬בית רחל‬ ‫הינדי וואזנער‪ ,4 ,‬בנות אלטע‬ ‫פייגא‬

‫משה ארי’ה לעפקאוויטש‪,6 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫חני ראטה‪ ,4 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫הינדא לאה טויב‪ ,6 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫רחי‪ ,4 ,‬בת ישראל‬

‫יוסי דערשאוויטש‪ ,6 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫יוסף אבקנזר‪ ,4 ,‬חדר ד’מאנסי‬

‫שמואל שמעון לייפער‪,6 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫חוי קאפעלנער‪ ,4 ,‬נתיבות בית‬ ‫יעקב‬

‫שמעלקא גאלדקלאנג‪,10 ,‬‬ ‫סקווירא‬

‫ישיע הורוויץ‪9 ,‬‬

‫סאסי קאסטען‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫יוטי‪9 ,‬‬

‫שלומי ליכטער‪ ,6 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫שרולי וואלאדארסקי‪ ,10 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫יוסי ראזענבערג‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫יוטי אייזדארפער‪ ,4 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫טויבי‪9 ,‬‬

‫משה יצחק פעלדמאן‪ ,6 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫נחמן איזרעל‪ ,10 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫חי’ ביילי האס‪ ,7 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫חיים לעפלער‪ ,4 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫אברמי‪9 ,‬‬

‫רחי איינהארן‪ ,6 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫דוד סורקיס‪ ,10 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫שמואל אבקנזר‪ ,7 ,‬חדר ד’מאנסי‬

‫צפורי ביסטין‪ ,4 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫פנחס‪ ,8 ,‬אהבת שלום‬

‫דוד גראס‪ ,6 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫דובי בינעטה‪ ,10 ,‬סקווירא מאנסי‬

‫אלקנה בערקאוויטש‪ ,8 ,‬אור ראובן‬

‫אברמי רויח‪ ,7 ,‬ישיבה ד’ספריג‬ ‫וואלי‬

‫צבי פישער‪ ,4 ,‬סקווירא מאנסי‬

‫שרי בוקסבוים‪ ,6 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫שמחי ראטטענבערג‪ ,4 ,‬צאנז‬

‫טובי’ גדלי’ לעפקאוויטש‪,12 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫מלכה נוחי מאנן‪ ,10 ,‬עטרת בנות‬

‫אברמי דואיק‪ ,8 ,‬באבוב‬

‫אברהם ברוך נייהויז‪ ,7 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫נתי לונגער‪ ,6 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫אסתי נייהויז‪ ,4 ,‬תורת אמך‬

‫רבקי באדאנסקי‪ ,10 ,‬פאפא‬

‫לייבי ביללער‪ ,8 ,‬באבוב‬

‫חי’ שרי מייער‪ ,7 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫צירי דערשאוויטש‪ ,12 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫מענדי שטיינמעץ‪ ,10 ,‬צאנז‬

‫נפטלי פיללער‪ ,8 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫צארטי מיטעלמאן‪ ,7 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫ברכי גאלדקלאנג‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫לאה בראדי‪ ,10 ,‬צאנז‬

‫מאיר גליק‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫חי’ הינדי זילבער‪ ,10 ,‬צאנז‬

‫שרה’לע ליידנער‪ ,8 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬

‫מנשה דערשאוויטש‪ ,7 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫חיים ברוך ישראל‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫ר‪.‬ש‪ ,12 ,.‬בית שפרה מרים‬ ‫שרה’לע וועטענשטיין‪ ,12 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫ביילא גיטי גראסמאן‪ ,12 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫טעמי האלפערט‪ ,12 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫מנשה האס‪ ,12 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫זאבי וואגשאהל‪ ,12 ,‬ליזענסק‬

‫טראני ביסטין‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫חני סורקיס‪ ,12 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫יודי גלויבער‪ ,12 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫פערי ברוין‪ ,12 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫יצחק דאסקאלאוויטש‪ ,12 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫דבורי שטיינמעץ‪ ,12 ,‬צאנז‬

‫רחי מאנדל‪ ,6 ,‬עטרת בנות‬

‫משה בלום‪4 ,‬‬

‫יוסף ישעי באדאנסקי‪ ,6 ,‬פאפא‬

‫מ‪.‬ט‪ ,3 ,.‬בית חינוך הישן‬

‫מנחם יהודה פריעדמאן‪ ,6 ,‬פאפא‬

‫מרדכי היינעמאן‪ ,3 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫ליבי פישער‪ ,6 ,‬צאנז‬

‫רבקי קעניג‪ ,3 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫מלכה עלא זילבערמאן‪,10 ,‬‬ ‫קלויזענבורג‬

‫מענדי מאנדל‪ ,6 ,‬צאנז‬

‫חי’ כ”ץ‪ ,3 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫רעלא מאריס‪ ,8 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫פייגי קעסטענבוים‪ ,7 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫מירל נייהויז‪ ,6 ,‬תורת אמך‬

‫לאה קגן‪ ,3 ,‬מורה פנינה‬

‫חני נייהויז‪ ,10 ,‬תורת אמך‬

‫חני פליישער‪ ,8 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫מרדכי אייזדארפער‪ ,7 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫שיינדי קרויס‪6 ,‬‬

‫הינדי לעפלער‪ ,3 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫ליבי שטיינמעץ‪10 ,‬‬

‫רחלי שווארץ‪ ,8 ,‬בית שפרה מרים‬

‫ברוך קופערמאן‪ ,7 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫געלא האגער‪6 ,‬‬

‫ברחי’ שפריי‪10 ,‬‬

‫ברכי צימענט‪ ,8 ,‬בנות דרך ישראל‬

‫יוסי איזרעל‪ ,7 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫יצחק זילבער‪ ,5 ,‬אהבת שלום‬

‫יהודה פריעדמאן‪ ,3 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫מאנסי‬

‫טויבי מארקאוויטש‪ ,8 ,‬בנות ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫דוד טעוולאוויטש‪ ,7 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫יענקי פולמאן‪ ,5 ,‬באבוב‬

‫מרים שטיינמעץ‪ ,3 ,‬צאנז‬

‫משי ברילל‪ ,7 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫לאה גריפעל‪ ,5 ,‬באבוב‬

‫מלכה זיסי ביטענספאן‪3 ,‬‬

‫העני ראזענבוים‪ ,8 ,‬בנות ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫אלעזר שלום טווערסקי‪,7 ,‬‬ ‫סקווירא מאנסי‬

‫וואלווי ביללער‪ ,5 ,‬באבוב‬

‫אברמי שווערצער‪3 ,‬‬

‫משה אלטער‪ ,5 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫לאה‪3 ,‬‬

‫דוד ברויער‪ ,7 ,‬סקווירא מאנסי‬

‫שרגא משה סמיט‪ ,5 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫יוטי איזרעל‪2 ,‬‬

‫חנה צארטי מאנן‪ ,7 ,‬עטרת בנות‬

‫דיני ברויער‪ ,5 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫אלי‪2 ,‬‬

‫צפורה קגן‪ ,5 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬

‫שלמה בלומענפעלד‪ ,‬סאטמאר‬ ‫לייבי פריעדמאן‬

‫פייגי לעפקאוויטש‪ ,5 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫תירצא פריעדלענדער‬ ‫יצחק פריעדלענדער‬ ‫יהודה פריעדלענדער‬

‫מנחם הורוויץ‪10 ,‬‬ ‫יואל אהרן פריעדמאן‪ ,9 ,‬אהבת‬ ‫התורה‬

‫גיטי קאהן‪ ,8 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫שלמה גאלדבערג‪ ,11 ,‬באבוב‬

‫רויזי טויבער‪ ,9 ,‬באבוב‬

‫דבורי הערשקאוויטש‪ ,11 ,‬באבוב‬

‫אסתר מ‪ .‬גריפעל‪ ,9 ,‬באבוב‬

‫מרדכי‪ ,11 ,‬באבוב‬

‫רייזי ברייער‪ ,9 ,‬באבוב‬

‫הינדי דאנקונא‪ ,8 ,‬בנות ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫יעקב תינוק‪ ,11 ,‬בית מקרא‬

‫פייגי וואזנער‪ ,9 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫נחמה לאה ווארט‪ ,11 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫רבקי אונגאר‪ ,9 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫מרים זילביגער‪ ,11 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫אסתי אונגאר‪ ,9 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫לאה’לע הורוויץ‪ ,11 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫מירי אלטער‪ ,9 ,‬בית יעקב חפץ‬ ‫חיים‬

‫חי’ צירל לעבאוויטש‪ ,11 ,‬בת‬ ‫ישראל‬

‫ברכה דוד‪ ,9 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬

‫אלימלך ווידער‪ ,11 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫אהרן יעקב מרדכי ניימאן‪ ,8 ,‬בני‬ ‫ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫הערשי לאנדא‪ ,7 ,‬פאפא‬

‫יצחק שלמה קרויס‪ ,8 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫שמעון שטיינמעץ‪ ,7 ,‬צאנז‬

‫חמי גראסמאן‪ ,8 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫בתי קרויס‪ ,7 ,‬קהל חסידים‬ ‫בולטימור‬

‫רבקי צימענט‪ ,5 ,‬בנות דרך ישראל‬

‫משה זילבערמאן‪ ,7 ,‬קלויזענבורג‬

‫יצחק לייטנער‪ ,5 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫מרים עטי הערשקאוויטש‪7 ,‬‬

‫אסתי‪ ,5 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫מרים שטערן‬

‫בתי פארקאס‪7 ,‬‬

‫בערל דייטש‪ ,5 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫בלימי דושינסקי‬

‫חי’‪ ,8 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫שיינדי פאללאק‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫גאלדי פאגעל‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫מלכה רחל לעבאוויטש‪ ,11 ,‬בת‬ ‫ישראל‬

‫משה תינוק‪ ,9 ,‬בית מקרא‬

‫מלכי בידערמאן‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫שמאולי טובנצקי‪ ,9 ,‬בית מקרא‬

‫ישראל פליגמאן‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫רחל’ע מארגענשטערן‪ ,11 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫חאשא’לע שווערצער‪ ,9 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫מנחם קעניג‪ ,8 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫רבקי קלאר‪ ,11 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫מרים א‪ .‬מרגליות‪ ,9 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫בתי’ קאלמאן‪ ,8 ,‬וויען‬

‫ארי רימלר‪ ,11 ,‬חדר חב”ד‬

‫בלימי פראנק‪ ,9 ,‬בנות דרך ישראל‬

‫שמאון פייערווערגער‪ ,8 ,‬ליזענסק‬

‫יהודת פעלדמאן‪ ,11 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫שלמי לייטנער‪ ,9 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫שיינדל טויב‪ ,8 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫אסתי לייטנער‪ ,11 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫יהודה לייב היימפעלד‪ ,9 ,‬בני ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫יצחק איגר‪ ,8 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫הענטשי מארגענשטערן‪,11 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫שרולי דאנקונא‪ ,9 ,‬בני ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫שאולי מארגענשטערן‪,7 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫יוסף בוקסבוים‪ ,8 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫עמרם גראס‪ ,8 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫חי’ פעסי ביטענספאן‪7 ,‬‬

‫מנשה שווארץ‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫עטי עהרנפעלד‬

‫שמעון אלי’ קרישבסקי‪7 ,‬‬

‫ביילי בידערמאן‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫שמעון לאמם‬

‫חני שפריי‪7 ,‬‬

‫אסתי ביק‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫רויזי הערצבערג‬

‫פראדי קויפמאן‪7 ,‬‬

‫רבקי כ”ץ‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫שיינדי לעפקאוויטש‬

‫בתי‪7 ,‬‬

‫פרומי טעוולאוויטש‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫טויבי לעפקאוויטש‬

‫שרולי ווינער‪ ,6 ,‬אמרי בינה‬

‫פייגעלע פערל‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫שמואל היינעמאן‬

‫רויזי פאנעטה‪ ,6 ,‬באבוב‬

‫שמעון הירש‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫יוסף היינעמאן‬

‫יחיאל ווייס‪ ,6 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫בנציון דוד קעניג‪ ,5 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫בלימי היינעמאן‬

‫רבקי ווייס‪ ,6 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫רבקי ראזענבערג‪ ,5 ,‬וויען‬

‫רחי ברוין‬

‫פייגי ברויער‪ ,6 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫משה נחמן שווארץ‪ ,5 ,‬וויען‬

‫קעסלער‬

‫יצחק דוד‪ ,5 ,‬ישיבה תורת חיים‬

‫בריינדי קאהן‬

‫הערשי לוי‪ ,5 ,‬מונקאטש‬

‫פראדי קאהן‬ ‫קיילא גרינבערגער‬ ‫רייזי ברוין‬

‫ראובן דוד קורלאנד‪ ,11 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫מאנסי‬

‫הינדי דייטש‪ ,9 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫שמאולי גראס‪ ,11 ,‬פאפא‬

‫עזריאל קאצבערג‪ ,9 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫רבקי פישער‪ ,6 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫מלכי פירער‪ ,11 ,‬צאנז‬

‫מעכי שאהנפעלד‪ ,8 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫מאנסי‬

‫מימי וועטענשטיין‪ ,9 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫פייגעלע שפריי‪11 ,‬‬

‫מינדי ראזענבערג‪ ,8 ,‬עטרת בנות‬

‫גיטי שווערצער‪ ,6 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫שושנה ווייס‪ ,9 ,‬בת מקרא‬

‫זעלדי טויבענפעלד‪ ,10 ,‬בית‬ ‫טראני‬

‫רבקי לעבאוויטש‪ ,8 ,‬פאפא‬

‫רחל קאהן‪ ,6 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫מרדכי מיטעלמאן‪ ,5 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫ישראל דוד שווארץ‪ ,9 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫גיטי באדאנסקי‪ ,8 ,‬פאפא‬

‫אביגיל סברי‪ ,6 ,‬בית שפרה מרים‬

‫הערשי קעסטענבוים‪ ,5 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫רעכל דבורי שנעבאלג‪ ,9 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫רפאל בלום‪ ,8 ,‬רחמסטריווקא‬

‫רבקה רחי סרולאוויטש‪ ,9 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫לאה מרים גוראלניק‪8 ,‬‬

‫פייגי כ”ץ‪ ,9 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫וואגשאהל‪8 ,‬‬

‫ברכה טויבי פרידער‪ ,10 ,‬בית‬ ‫טראני‬ ‫דבורה דוד‪ ,10 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬

‫יענקי סורקיס‪ ,8 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫יוסי מאנדל‪ ,9 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫חני שפיצער‪8 ,‬‬

‫אפרים זאב שווימער‪ ,9 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫שרה י‪ .‬גריפעל‪ ,7 ,‬באבוב‬

‫ישיע זילביגער‪ ,9 ,‬וויען‬

‫געלא מאריס‪ ,10 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫יוסי לובארט‪ ,7 ,‬בית דוד‬

‫חיים מרדכי טענענבוים‪ ,9 ,‬וויען‬

‫רחל מלכי כ”ץ‪ ,10 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫פייגי ראזענבערג‪ ,7 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫נעמי סברי‪ ,10 ,‬בית שפרה מרים‬

‫דניאל ביניק‪ ,9 ,‬ישועת משה‬ ‫וויזניץ‬

‫לאה בינעטה‪ ,7 ,‬בית טראני‬

‫לאה’לע זיידמאן‪ ,10 ,‬בנות ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫רחל’ע קאפעלנער‪ ,9 ,‬נתיבות בית‬ ‫יעקב‬

‫חוי קגן‪ ,10 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬

‫משה דייטש‪ ,10 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫לאה דוד‪ ,7 ,‬בית יעקב‬ ‫עלעמענטארי‬ ‫פייגא’לע שווערצער‪ ,7 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫שלמי ווידער‪ ,10 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫יואל דוד קעסטענבוים‪,9 ,‬‬ ‫סאטמאר‬

‫מרדכי גראסמאן‪ ,10 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫רבקי ראזמאן‪ ,9 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫סאשי וויינגארטן‪ ,7 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫חי’ שרי הורוויץ‪ ,10 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫טויבי דערשאוויטש‪ ,9 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫חני טענענבוים‪ ,7 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫זלמי כ”ץ‪ ,10 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫יענקל פעלדמאן‪ ,9 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫גלי ווערצבערגער‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫חנה גיטל טויב‪ ,9 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫נפטלי לייטנער‪ ,7 ,‬בני ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫יחזקאל ראפאפארט‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫פרומט בראנסדארפער‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫מרדכי זושא האס‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫זאבי בידערמאן‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫שלום בעק‪ ,10 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫צבי הירש שולמאן‪ ,9 ,‬סקווירא‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫שאולי גראס‪ ,9 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫יהושע דאסקאלאוויטש‪ ,9 ,‬פאפא‬ ‫יוטי ווייס‪ ,9 ,‬פאפא‬

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‫ברוני מרגליות‪ ,7 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫ישראל משה היימפעלד‪ ,7 ,‬בני ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫פריידי וואזנער‪ ,6 ,‬בנות אלטע‬ ‫פייגא‬

‫מרדכי פעקעטע‪ ,5 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫אביגדר זייטמאן‬

‫חיים לעבאוויטש‪ ,5 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫משי פירער‪ ,6 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫אשר זיידמאן‬

‫מנחם איגר‪ ,5 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫שרולי הורוויץ‪ ,6 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫עקיבא זיידמאן‬

‫מרדכי לייב ווייס‪ ,5 ,‬סאטמאר‬

‫אברמי ניימאן‪ ,6 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫פנחס שווימער‬

‫משה איזרעל‪ ,5 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫דוד ניימאן‪ ,6 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫שמעון קויפמאן‬

‫זאבי אונגאר‪ ,5 ,‬סקווירא‬

‫יעקב לוי‪ ,6 ,‬בני ציון ד’באבוב‬

‫ברוך גערמאן‬

‫הערשי מארגערעטן‪ ,5 ,‬פאפא‬

‫העשי דאנקונא‪ ,6 ,‬בני ציון‬ ‫ד’באבוב‬

‫אסתי פולאטשיק‬

‫יצחק צבי ראזענבערג‪ ,5 ,‬פאפא‬

‫יונתן כ”ץ‬

‫זיסי וועטענשטיין‪ ,6 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫יצחק וועטענשטיין‪ ,6 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫מענדל ראפאפארט‪ ,6 ,‬וויזניץ‬ ‫בנימין בונם טויבער‪ ,6 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫נחום אהרן מאריס‪ ,5 ,‬פאפא‬

‫לאה זיסי שטערן‬

‫יצחק לעבאוויטש‪ ,5 ,‬פאפא‬

‫יחיאל זאב ווייכברויט‬

‫בלימי ווייס‪ ,5 ,‬פאפא‬

‫דבורה’לע ווייכברויט‬

‫שלמי קרויס‪ ,5 ,‬קהל חסידים‬ ‫בולטימור‬

‫מימי פריעדמאן‬

‫אסתר ראצי שטיינמעץ‪ ,6 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫חיים בלום‪ ,5 ,‬רחמסטריווקא‬

‫רויזא בלימא בעק‪ ,6 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫הערשי מרגליות‪ ,5 ,‬רחמסטריווקא‬

‫מענדי פליגמאן‪ ,6 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫חי’ פייגי ליבערמאן‪ ,5 ,‬תורת אמך‬

‫סימי קעניג‪ ,6 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫מרים שיינדל פארקאס‪5 ,‬‬

‫אברהם כ”ץ‪ ,6 ,‬וויזניץ‬

‫גדלי’ דוד גוראלניק‪5 ,‬‬

‫מרדכי פריעדמאן‪ ,7 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫אברהם יהודה גראסבערג‪,6 ,‬‬ ‫ישיבה תורת חיים‬

‫אהרן הורוויץ‪5 ,‬‬

‫אהרן דייטש‪ ,7 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫אסתי שאהנפעלד‪ ,6 ,‬כתר בית‬ ‫יעקב‬

‫משי כ”ץ‪ ,7 ,‬בעלזא‬ ‫אהרן איגעל‪ ,7 ,‬בעלזא‬

‫נתי‪5 ,‬‬ ‫קלמן טענענבוים‪ ,4 ,‬אמרי בינה‬ ‫מינדי שווערצער‪ ,4 ,‬בית רחל‬

‫פערל ווייס‬ ‫אשר זעליג ווייס‬ ‫שמאולי אייזענבערג‬ ‫חי’ הינדל ווייכברויט‬ ‫אברהם ווערטהיימער‬ ‫יוטי אייזענבערג‬ ‫חוה לאה פאלאטשיק‬ ‫בנציון רובין‬


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Stop Signs The first modern-day street signs were designed for bicycles, not cars. They first made their appearance sometime during the 1880s when bikes came widely into style. Cycling clubs began putting out signs to warn bikers of potential hazards on the road, such as extremely steep hills or sharp turns. New York and California were the first American cities to put out signs for motorists in the early 1900s.

Detroit, Michigan, claims the fame of being home to the first stop sign in 1915. The iconic eight-sided red stop sign didn’t appear until 1954. At first, stop signs were simple two-by-two-foot white squares with black letters spelling out STOP. Over the years, the stop sign went through several transformations, going from white to yellow to red. Finally, a law was passed in 1971 that established that stop signs must feature white letters on a red background.

It was 1922 when a group of state representatives came up with the brilliant idea to create a system of unified signs and street markings that would be used across the whole of America. This would help drivers easily understand what was expected of them at a quick glance. Yellow old-style stop sign (1924–1954) vs. red new-style stop sign (1954–present)

Signs To Make You Smile

The spelling was right there!

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Um…?


By: Ruchy Reese

Crossing Signs Here in New York we give little thought to deer crossing signs, but crossing signs in other locations might surprise us… Though, to be fair, the locals probably find nothing unusual about them…

Llama crossing in Bolivia

Dog sled crossing in Greenland

Kangaroo crossing in Australia

Invisible cows in Hawaii

They probably meant that one should be careful to protect their children from wild animals… But sometimes kids can be scary, too, I guess.

It’s only funny when you’re the one programming the sign!

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‫בס"ד‬ ‫באקומען ַא כוח‬ ‫האבן ַ‬ ‫ראגרעסיוון ָ‬ ‫זינט די ּפ ָ‬ ‫סענאט אום ‪'019‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫אין דעם ַאסעמבלי און סטעיט‬ ‫גייט דער חרדי'שער ציבור ַאריבער שווערע צרות‪.‬‬

‫ראגרעסיוון‪:‬‬ ‫האבן די ּפ ָ‬ ‫צווישן ַאנדערן ָ‬

‫באפרייען ערנסטע‬ ‫געצוואונגען ריכטערס צו ַ‬ ‫פארברעכערס ָאן קיין בעיל‪.‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫אומלעגאל‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫רגעשלאגן בילס צו דערקלערן‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פא‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ע"פ הדרך הסלולה לנו‪.‬‬ ‫דעם אידישן חינוך ּ‬

‫יעצט‬ ‫ווילן זיי‬ ‫איבערנעמען‬ ‫די לאָקאַלע‬ ‫בענקלעך‬ ‫צו קענען‬ ‫אַרויפצווינגען‬ ‫זייערע‬ ‫פינסטערע‬ ‫ּפלענער‬ ‫אויף אונז‪,‬‬ ‫הי' לא תהי'‪.‬‬

‫דראגס וועלכע ברענגען‬ ‫לעגאליזירט שעדליכע ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ראל‪.‬‬ ‫מא ַ‬ ‫רא ּפ די ָ‬ ‫ַא ָ‬ ‫ַארויס אין מלחמה‬ ‫פאמיליע ווירדן‪.‬‬ ‫קעגן ַ‬ ‫פאנדן פון ּפ ָאליס‬ ‫ראכן ַאוועקצונעמען ָ‬ ‫רשפ ָ‬ ‫פא ּ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫דעפ ַארטמענטס‪.‬‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫געמאכט ַא יד אחת מיט דער טרויעריג‪-‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫גרופע‪.‬‬ ‫יאפעד ּ‬ ‫בארימטער ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫דאקטוירים דעם כח צו ענדיגן לעבנס פון‬ ‫געגעבן ָ‬ ‫שאנס"‪.‬‬ ‫האבן שוין נישט קיין ַ‬ ‫מענטשן "וועלכע ָ‬ ‫נטי‪-‬פארברעכן ָא ּפטיילונג פון‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫רמאכט די ַא‬ ‫פא ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫דעפ ַארטמענט‪.‬‬ ‫יארק ּפ ָאליס ּ‬ ‫דעם ניו ָ‬ ‫רה‪-‬שלאגן און דער‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫כפ‬ ‫ַארויס אין מלחמה קעגן ּ‬ ‫אידישער‪-‬שחיטה‪.‬‬

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You rolled out a thank-you banner across town, and you did it in style! Thank you to the many Monsey families who have displayed their messages of appreciation to Rockland Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hatzoloh members, whose mesiras nefesh save lives every day.

Our panel of judges reviewed and studied and discussed the entries, until we realized that it was impossible to narrow down the selections. Each one was so beautiful, crafted with so much heart. So this is where you, dear reader, come in. Monsey, help us choose our yard sign winner by voting for the yard sign you like best!

Winner receives a $150 value package, including a family-sized pool and other pool toys!

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Please send in your vote today. Email comments@ themonseyview.com, and tell us which number you vote for. Fax your vote to 845-600-8483. Or call 845-600-8484, ext. 803, and leave a clear, short message with the number you vote for.


1.

2.

4. FAMILY GLICK

7. FAMILY PINTER

10. URI, MENACHEM CHAIFETZ

3. FAMILY GANCZ, IN HONOR OF OUR DEAR FATHER RH-132

5. FAMILY GROSS

8. FAMILY STEINMETZ

11. FAMILY SILBERMAN â&#x20AC;&#x201C; HATZOLOH, YOU ARE SKYROCKETING!

6. FAMILY MORRIS

9. NUTY KLEIN

12. 2 PARK LANE, CORNER MAPLE AVE

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13. SIMCHA STERN, 12 YRS, IN HONOR OF HIS FATHER IN HATZOLOH, UNIT 172

16. 12 AND 14 TWIN

19. ASHER KRAUS, 14, YSV

22. CHANY BRUNNER, 7 PARK STREET

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14.

15. SIMI FRIEDMAN, 12

17. ADINA DEGANI, 5, HATZOLOH HAS “BEAN” A TREMENDOUS HELP

20. AIGY BRECHER, 10 YRS

23. BRACHA ESTHER DAVIDSON, ESTI SCHWIMMER AND ROSENFELD

18.

21. BRACHA E DAVIDSON, ESTI SCHWIMMER, PESSY EICHLER

24. BRACHA E. DAVIDSON, ESTI SCHWIMMER, RUCHY ROSENFELD


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25. ESTI MOSKOWITZ, 10, SURI BICK, 12

28. FAMILIES DIRNFELD AND MENDLOWITZ

31. FAMILY AUSCH

29. FAIGA, 12, TOBY HASS, 10

27. DUVID GUTTMAN

30. FAMILIES SCHWARTZ, KATZ, STEIN

32. FAMILIES BRUNNER AND SCHNITZEL COLLECTED CLOSE TO $500 FOR HATZOLOH! THANKS TO OUR HEROES!

33. FAMILIES HALLEL, KARMIEL

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26. CHAVI, SHIFFY TRAUBE

34. FAMILY BABAD

35. FAMILY BINIK


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36. FAMILY BOLLAGS OF FRED ELLER DR.

39. FAMILY DEGANI

42. FAMILY HUFFMAN

45. FAMILY HERZOG

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37. FAMILY CHINN, ROCK HILL ROAD

38. FAMILY BRAUN

40. FAMILY BRAUN, BUCHANAN, NEW SQUARE

43. FAMILY GLAUBER

46. MALKA ELLA, CHANY

41. FAMILY DEWICK, MAPLE AVE.

44. FAMILY BRUNNER, 7 PARK STREET

47. FAMILY HERZOG


48. FAMILY KAPNICK

49. FAMILY KLEINBERG

51. FAMILY HADDAD AND SHAULY WEBERMAN

54. FAMILY ZENWIRTH

57. FAMILY MARKOWITZ

52. FAMILY HALBERSTAM

55. FAMILY HURWITZ

58. PESSY SCHWIMMER

50. FAMILY KATZ

53. FAMILY SINGER

56. FAMILY LAUFER, 14 TWIN AVE.

59. FAMILY MEZEI, 4, MARMAN PL.

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60. FAMILY SHAPIRO

61. RAIZY AND ESTHER FISHER

63.

66. SHEINA FISHER

64. FAMILY ZHALER, 12 TWIN

67. KRESEL JOSEFOVITS

69. THE TRUMPER ROAD CREW, MADE WITH APPROX 68 MILK BOTTLES

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62. FAMILY PRUSHINOWSKI, BLUM, FOLLMAN FROM 34-36 OLD NYACK TURNPIKE, 4 DYKSTRAS WAY WEST.

70. TOVIA TEITELBAUM

65. RUCHY FISCHER

68. GITTY, CHANY BRUNNER

71. SHIFFY LAUFER, 8 YRS


72. FAMILY TAUBER

73. SHLOIMY FISHER

75. RACHELI DEGANI, 11, BYE. WE DRAW STRENGTH FROM YOUR SELFLESS DEVOTION TO HELPING KLAL YISROEL.

78. YITZCHOK DUVID WEISS, 6

81. YOCHEVED DEVOIRY FRIEDMAN

74. FAMILY WEINTRAUB

76. SCHULGASSER, 3 FLAMINGO LANE

79. YEHUDA DIAMANT

77. SURY GROSS

80. TZVI, YAAKOV SCHLISSELFELD

82. ZISSY, SURY GROSS

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‫אין קורצן פון פריער‪:‬‬ ‫די עסקנים גרייטן זיך שוין צו חתמ'ן אויפן‬ ‫געשעפט‪ .‬דער מענעזשער אין די דייטשע‬ ‫פירמע‪ ,‬עריק‪ ,‬באקומט א רוף אז זיין‬ ‫טאטע איז אין שפיטאל‪.‬‬

‫ׁשּול ִדיגְ ט‪ִ ,‬איְך ֶקען‬ ‫ַאנְ ְט ְ‬ ‫ארגְ ן ֶדעם‬ ‫ֶא ְפ ֶׁשר ָּב ְ‬ ‫עפאן? ִאיְך ָהאּב‬ ‫על ָ‬ ‫ֶט ֶ‬ ‫לֹוירן ַמיינְ ס‪.‬‬ ‫אר ְ‬ ‫ַפ ְ‬

‫ַדאנְ ֶקע ֶׁשעהן‪.‬‬

‫יׁשט‪ִ .‬איְך‬ ‫ֶעס ְק ִלינְ גְ ט נִ ְ‬ ‫ואר ֵׁשיינְ ִליְך‬ ‫ָהאּב ֶעס וָ ְ‬ ‫עלאזְ ט ִאין‬ ‫ערגֶ ָ‬ ‫ִא ֶיּב ְ‬ ‫ָאפיס‪ .‬וֶ ועל ִאיְך‬ ‫ַמיין ִ‬ ‫אלד‬ ‫ַּב ְ‬ ‫ַאהינְ גֵ יין‪.‬‬ ‫ִ‬

‫ַאיי‪ָ ,‬דאס‬ ‫ארץ טּוט וֵ ויי‪.‬‬ ‫ַה ְ‬

‫ֶע ִריק?‬ ‫וואּו ִּבין‬ ‫ִאיְך?‬

‫עמינְ ג‪ִ ,‬איְך‬ ‫מר‪ֶ .‬ד ִ‬ ‫ָהאף ַאז ִאין ִפינְ ף‬ ‫ועסטּו ׁשֹוין‬ ‫ֶטעג וֶ ְ‬ ‫יימגֵ יין‪.‬‬ ‫ַאה ְ‬ ‫ֶקענֶ ען ֵ‬

‫ֶער ָהאט זִ יְך‬ ‫ועקט?‬ ‫אֹויפגֶ עוֶ ְ‬ ‫ְ‬

‫יטאל‪.‬‬ ‫ִאין ְׁש ִּפ ָ‬ ‫וִ ויַאזֹוי‬ ‫ְׁש ִּפ ְיר ְסטּו זִ יְך‪,‬‬ ‫אטע?‬ ‫ַט ֶ‬

‫ִפינְ ף ֶטעג?‬ ‫עצט‬ ‫ּפּונְ ְקט יֶ ְ‬ ‫וֶ וען ֶעס ִאיז ָדא‬ ‫ַאר ֶּבעט‬ ‫ַאזֹויפיל ְ‬ ‫ִ‬ ‫ִאין ִדי ִפ ְיר ֶמע‪,‬‬ ‫וִ ויַאזֹוי ֶקען ִאיְך‬ ‫ייּבן ָדא ַאזֹוי‬ ‫ְּב ַל ְ‬ ‫ַלאנְ ג?‬

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‫ִאיְך מּוז‬ ‫לֹויפן צּו‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫אטע‬ ‫ַמיין ַט ֶ‬ ‫יטאל‬ ‫ִאין ְׁש ִּפ ָ‬ ‫יידער‬ ‫ֵא ֶ‬ ‫ֶעס ִאיז צּו‬ ‫ְׁש ֶּפעט!‬

‫ׁשֹוין ְצוֵ ויי ָׁש ָעה אּון‬ ‫אק ָטאר‬ ‫ֶדער ָד ְ‬ ‫יׁשט!‬ ‫ַּבאוַ וייזְ ט זִ יְך נִ ְ‬

‫ִאיְך לֹויף צּו‬ ‫אטע ִאין‬ ‫ַמיין ַט ֶ‬ ‫יטאל‪.‬‬ ‫ְׁש ִּפ ָ‬

‫אק ָטאר‪ֶ ,‬ענְ ְד ִליְך‪ ,‬וָ ואס‬ ‫ָאה ָד ְ‬ ‫אטע?‬ ‫גֵ ייט ָפאר ִמיט ַמיין ַט ֶ‬

‫דּו ִּביזְ ט ֶדער זּון? ַדיין‬ ‫עהאט ַא‬ ‫אטע ָהאט גֶ ַ‬ ‫ַט ֶ‬ ‫אסט‬ ‫אקע‪ .‬דּו ָה ְ‬ ‫ַאט ֶ‬ ‫ארץ ַ‬ ‫ייכ ֶטע ַה ְ‬ ‫ַל ְ‬ ‫אֹויפן גַ אס‪.‬‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫עׁשען‬ ‫ַמזָ ל ַאז ֶעס ִאיז גֶ ֶ‬ ‫יׁשט גּוט צּו‬ ‫ִאין זַ יין ֶע ְל ֶטער ִאיז נִ ְ‬ ‫ַאליינְ ס‪.‬‬ ‫זַ יין ֵ‬ ‫ׁשֹוין ֶע ְט ִל ֶיכע ָׁש ָעה וָ ואס‬ ‫יׁשט פּון‬ ‫רּופט ִמיר נִ ְ‬ ‫ֶמען ְ‬ ‫ִדי ִפ ְיר ֶמע‪,‬‬ ‫עסאנְ ט‪.‬‬ ‫ִאינְ ְט ֶר ַ‬

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‫עצט‬ ‫גּוט גּוט‪ ,‬יֶ ְ‬ ‫ארף ִאיְך ִאים‬ ‫ַד ְ‬ ‫יׁשט‬ ‫אקע נִ ְ‬ ‫ַט ֶ‬ ‫ָדא‪...‬‬

‫יׁשט!‬ ‫ִאיְך גְ ֵלייּב נִ ְ‬ ‫על ָפאן ִאיז‬ ‫ַמיין ֶס ְ‬ ‫יׁשט ָדא! וואּו ִאיז‬ ‫נִ ְ‬ ‫ֶעס?‬

‫אטי‪,‬‬ ‫ַט ִ‬ ‫ער ְסט‬ ‫ֶה ְ‬ ‫ִמיר?‬


Hint: Each Boggle board hides a word of nine let ters or more!

Sponsored by Nussy’s Cuisine, your favorite takeout!

4. Two winners will be drawn each week, each of whom will win a pastrami sandwich and a can of soda!

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

POINTS 4-letter words: 2 points | 5-letter words: 3 points | 6-letter words: 5 points | 7-letter words: 7 points | 8-letter words: 9 points | 9+ letters: 12 points

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3. Email the form to comments@ themonseyview.com or fax to 845600-8483 by Sunday at 9:00 p.m.

Family name: _________________________________ Phone: __________________ Full mailing address: ____________________________________________________ Full name of winner: _________________ Amount of points: __________ Full names of competing players:

List some words only the winner found:

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The longest word found on the board: _____________________________ A new word you learned from the board: __________________________ Only complete forms will be entered into the drawing.

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WINNER 1 Family name: Resnick, 845-xxx-4695 Name of winner: Miki Amount of points: 33 Names of competing players: Racheli, Avigayil, Chana Some words only the winner found: defeat, defend, feta, mouse, pray The longest word found on the board: defeat A new word learned from the board: defend

7 6 9 4 8 6 5 7 3 9 7 2 1 2 5 4 9 8 3 2 4 6

WINNER 2 Family name: Rosenberg, 845-xxx-5750 Name of winner: Rivky

INTERMEDIATE

Amount of points: 155 Names of competing players: Leah, Bruchy Some words only the winner found: away, lime, mode, shed, want The longest word found on the board: pretend A new word learned from the board: preen Last week’s nine-letter word: farmhouse

If the family name on a Boggle entry doesn’t match the phone number and address on record, the submission will be disqualified.

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ADMIN ASSISTANT Local Cheder looking for full-time administrative assistant. Organized, basic computer knowledge, and good writing skills a must. Please send resume to chedermonseyjob@gmail. com

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SECRETARY WANTED Heimishe Boys school looking for a qualified detail oriented secretary with the ability to multi task. Must be organized with good communication skills. Please email resume to info@vienmonsey.org

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SEEKING ENGLISH TEACHER Yeshiva seeking a dedicated and devoted second grade English teacher for next September, in a warm yeshiva atmosphere. Please call 845-558-6699.

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P/T COORDINATOR/ SECRETARY Seeking a coordinator to arrange services for individuals, network with staff and family, and oversee staff’s billing sheets. Send resume to jobs@ hamaspikrockland.org

FEMALE AIDE NEEDED for special needs classroom. For the summer and the 2020-2021 school year. Full time positions. jobresumes613@gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119

JOB OPPORTUNITY Gift store looking for very creative girl/woman with great interpersonal skills and Basic computer knowledge. Full time. Please email resume to 3540262@gmail. com MONSEY GLATT SUPERMARKET is looking for a responsible, energetic, efficient person to put together grocery orders full time or part time. Call 845-642-0162 or 845-4250679 leave a message. WORK FROM HOME OR ANYWHERE Looking for self motivated individuals who want to get ahead financially. Consumer Direct Marketing. Call/Text 845-428-9566

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RN WANTED Looking for an experienced RN for the 2020-2021 school year to work one-on-one with a special needs student. Full Time postion. Send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail. com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 VISION THERAPIST NEEDED for the 2020-2021 school year. New York Certification required. Send resumes to: jobresumes613@gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 Phone: 352-3307 ext. 119 ITCON IS HIRING Fulltime Jr. Help Desk Support Technician Position! Must have basic computer skills to help with troubleshooting. Please email resume to: coach@itconinc. com

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Apply online at acany.org/careers or contact our Talent Acquisition Team at 833-692-2269, email HR-Recruitment@myacany.org

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NIGHT ACTIVITY MANAGER Hamaspik is looking for an energetic female to coordinate our STARS night activity program. Program runs Mon-Thurs from 6:00pm to 9:30pm. driver’s license preferred. Must have excellent communication skills and coordinating experience. Send resume to jobs@hamaspikrockland.org

SUMMER AFTERNOON BABYSITTING Attention working mothers! Experienced babysitter running an after camp kiddie group until late afternoon. Limited space. Bluefield area. References available. 845-376-6883

E-COMMERCE BUSINESS Seeking to hire a f/t female for an online business. Amazon, Walmart, and Ebay experience required. Email resume to salesyitz@gmail. com

HYPNO BIRTHING DOULA Labor of love LOVE your birth experience, certified CD( DONA) Doula Malky Breuer 845 270 4330 845 362 3480 Malky@mbdoula.com

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SERVICES

CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula ALTERATIONS ON RALPH Alterations for reasonable prices. Same day service available. Raph Blvd area. 356-2743 MASSAGES

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SHIDDUCHIM

HEALTH

REGISTERED DIETITIAN NUTRITIONIST Miriam Shurpin, MS, RD, CDN. Healthy Habits for a Lifetime. Insurance accepted 347 480 1670 rd@ miriamshurpin.com. www. miriamshurpin.com CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY Release trapped emotions and traumas through craniosacral therapy. Bring yourself to a state of harmony & light. Safe & Effective. Ruchmy Blum. 845-558-4194. FREE!! WEIGHT LOSS SESSION Tired of losing weight only to gain it back? Allow a professional who has maintained weight loss for over 16 years show you the easy 3 step process. Schedule your FREE Consultation today. 845-641-1057 keepthosepoundsoff,com KEYBOARD LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! Call Yitty @ 845-4267561 after 4:30 pm SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. PROFESSIONAL HAIRCUTS Great prices. Call Miri 845426-7561

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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 MARRIAGE & FAMILY COUNSELING

Warm, professional 25 years exp. Communication. Child & Teen behavorial issues. Dr Yisroel Kaplan, Please call for free phone consult 917-345-5750 DRUM LESSONS by Shmuel Klaver, Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($45 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos SHALOM BAYIS Now is the time to upgrade your marriage from good to great. Call today Rabbi Yosef Heinemann at 216-233-7654 to schedule your session regular price $150 today $50


SENIOR BOOKKEEPING POSITION LOCATED IN MONSEY All Female Office looking for a full charge bookkeeper who can work independently in a high-paced environment. Excellent Excel skills are required. Fund EZ a plus. Full Time, 9-5 (NON NEGOTIABLE)

RAYIM IS LOOKING FOR A MAN TO WORK WITH A CHALLENGING 20 YEAR OLD WITH SPECIAL NEEDS.

We are seeking an experienced and detail oriented Senior Bookkeeper. Besides overseeing all financial transactions, you will be responsible to maintain all financial records, completing required tax forms and generating regular reports for upper management. The ideal candidate has worked as a senior bookkeeper for at least 4 years in a CPA firm or holds an advanced accounting degree, has a strong work ethic and will play an integral part in our Agency. Excellent communication and leadership skills. Will oversee a staff of 4 or 5 experienced and committed women. Excellent compensation for the candidate who fits these requirements.

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Classifieds

// services // odds & ends // gemachim

Servicing you with all your asphalt needs: Roads

Parking lots

Overlay on existing driveways Driveways

Fix & patch

QUALITY The definition of our work

Mag Paving 845.442.4000 office@magpaving.com

PIANO LESSONS Experienced teacher for beginners and advanced piano lessons. Centrally located on Herrick ave. Call Mrs Grunner 8454597240 SALTWATER POOL A beautiful saltwater pool is now available to rent for groups by the hour or for steady slots. Please call 917755-2762 KANGEN WATER “Change your Water.. Change your life” Alkaline - AntiOxidant - Super Hydrating Call for FREE supply and feel AMAZING! 917-681-0003 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 GORGEOUS GLOW ELECTROLYSIS Effortless, Painless, Hairless. Most Up-to-Date machine. Less Painful, Quicker Results. Located on Beckett Ct in Chestnut Ridge. Rifky Biller 845-659-7465 DON’T STAY HOME! For Shabbos without beautiful tablecloths. Rent elegant tablecloths from Esty, huge selection 845-425-7226

MURRAY POOL Limited slots available. Pool is large, warm, crystal clear with utmost hygienic standards. Has water slide, dressing rooms, bathroom, and lots of chairs. 347 526 0615 PROFESSIONAL PEARL RESTRINGING Free Pickup & Delivery 845352-5013 SHELVING & HANDYWORK For all your custom shelving & around the house handy work & more call/text 347522-4872 LABEL IT Custom Labels for any occasion! Births, Bar Mitzvahs, Sheva Brachos etc. Your monograms, logos & photos accepted. Call, text or whatsapp 845-659-8945 Email: Labelitcustomdesigns@ gmail.com MY FAST PHOTOSHOP Full amazon photography packaging+ one free listing optmization. Myfastphotoshop.com 212463-8880 COMPUTER SERVICE Build Custom Computers. WIll fix- Viruses, Internet Problems, Slow Speed, Ect. Call 845-287-9483

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AQUA AEROBICS/PILATES Join a refreshing pool workout for women including dance, toning and Pilates. -Monday morning 11:00-12:30 workout and swim. June 22August 24. -Tuesday evening 8:30-9:30 June 23- August 25. Esty Friedman, Certified GEI 845-213-0978. Located in Airmont -Private classes at your location too LIFEGAURD AVAILABLE to guard your pool. Call/text Esty@(845) 502-6683 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com VAN DRIVER Van driver available to do deliveries a few hours daily/ weekly. Upstate or Local. Call Duvid 917-541-4852

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SHAIMOS

PICK UPS 845-461-3084 MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 RENEW YOUR TALLIS! Change your Tallis lining. Minimal fee. Call or text 347.215.0600 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319

ODDS & ENDS

BEAUTIFUL HAIR Professional and Affordable Hair cutting and styling. Call Rachy: 845-821-5088

DON’T MISS!! Thinking about starting your own business from home??? Amazing and informative workshop June 22. Registration required. 7188418320 Leave message

DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN Looking to rent or share a commercial (Fleishig) kitchen with walk-in freezer. Please call/text 201-293-6263


m SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100 ‫מנין געזוכט‬ ‫עס ווערט געזוכט יונגעלייט‬ ‫משלים צו זיין א מנין בקביעית‬ ‫ הודי אין די געגנט פון‬9:00 ‫ פאר‬Airmont /Chestnut ridge 347-760- ‫באצאלט ביטע רופט‬ 3144

GEMACHIM ACCESSORIES BASKET To place in the Chasunah Hall. Monsey halls only. No fee. 845-371-6857 BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com 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 BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910 LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646

BABY GEMACH short term loans of carseats, pack n plays, strollers, pumps and more! 845.397.7724 or visit soralasbabygemach. com. BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602 BRIS GEMACH beautiful bris outfit w hat, poya and pillowcase. Suzzane area 845 425 8359 BRIS GEMACH Outfit, blanket and poia 845 425 3873 COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841 CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278

RAYIM IS LOOKING FOR FULL TIME BABYSITTERS AT OUR MELNICK LOCATION. PLEASE CALL

352-7700 x 230

CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456 CHUPPAH TEFILLOS tefillos and tehillim booklets for the chupa time 845-2130602. CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n play bassinets. 425-1202 CHUPPAH GEMACH Green velvet portable Chuppah. 845-425-4790

BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email frimitbabies@gmail.com

CLOTHING GEMACH Accepting only gently used clothing to be donated to local families. please text 8456625931 E. Krauss

BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket.

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

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

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

We control all types of pests:

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Classifieds

// gemachim

office help needed Local Chestnut Ridge based business seeks Full Time onsite secretary. Must have excellent customer service skills and experience in quickbooks.

Please email resume to: chestnutridge10977@gmail.com GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031. 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 DRESS GEMACH Gr8 for close simchas! Adorable white & white/black tulle/lace kids dresses (not gowns) to rent at $10 and sell @ $16. Sz 2-10. 3711765.

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 FREE BOXES for moving (mostly egg carton size). 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are always welcome! GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee)

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

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

FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.

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

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

Power Washing

Weekly Office Cleaning

Rubbish Removal

Post Construction Cleaning

cleaning from black to blue...

845.327.6997 Fully Insured

NEW GOWN GEMACH sisters of the Kallah/chasson. Adult Size 0-12. 845-517- 8808 HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293. ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838.

SIMCHA HAT $25. many styles/ colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. 347 351 1604 HAIRCUTS & STYLING GEMACH $7 haircuts. $10 styling. call miri after 4:30 426-2561

‎ OT WATER URNS H 845-425-9211

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

HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666

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 For Professional styling & haircuts pls call. Very affordable rates 845-352-8101

‫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

CARE MANAGER

OFFICE POSITION AVAILABLE

We are seeking male and female Care Managers to join our growing Comfort Health team to coordinate services for children and youths who have emotional, mental, behavioral, or chronic health conditions and their families. Required Qualification: BA Degree (or Talmudic Degree)

Send resume to:

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Dirty trash bin?

LET US CLEAN IT FOR YOU.

845.839.4024 info@mrcancleaning.com www.mrcancleaning.com

KALLAH ACCESSORY GEMACH Everything you need for the kallah (except for the gown) Crown, veil, shoes, decktich, fur cape 845-426-0767 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 MATERNITY GEMACH Weekday and shabbos clothing, various sizes. call/ text 845-445-9687 MEZUZOS GEMACH 362.2333 MOVING BOX GEMACH New Hempstead area. text 845-642-5286 to arrange pick up GEMACH ‫מוהלים‬ We are ready to sharpen your knives. 718-384-6214 PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845 579 5538

PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 MAKEUP GEMACH Beautiful makeup application for kallahs and her mother for a discounted price package. Call, text or WhatsApp Atara Grossman: 646-771-6534. PIDYON HABEN GEMACH Located in Wesley Hills. Call/ Text 845-579-2351 or email gemach.pidyonhaben@ gmail.com ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. Monroe: 845-662-7102. South Fallsburg 845-434-3865. REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Be safe! Wear a reflector. If anyone borrowed please return as soon as possible. 845-3560815 REFLECTOR GEMACH: having guests or having a simcha and need reflectors 347-977-6816 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA Please call to register in advance. 845-587-1649

READING FLUENCY Gemach tutoring!!! English reading fluency. Firstthird grade. Successful fun program! $10 per week. Space is limited. Call 845 656-8976 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers, mikes, mixers, cables 917-382-8809 SHULERT APP Daven at the perfect Minyan with Shulert! https://www. shulert.com SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH Accepting donations. New or gently used. 862-505-9546 SHABBOS SIMCHA GEMACH Becher, Challah deklich, Zemiros, Benchers… 845425-0498 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851.

TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513 TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105 SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121 TICHEL GEMACH To receive or donate 845-3717504 TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014 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. TABLECLOTH GEMACH Beautiful Tablecloths for your simchas 352-8292 UMBRELLA GEMACH For simchas, events etc. 216470-9841 WHITE KALLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211

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Classifieds 5”,6”,7” Gutters Copper and aluminum gutters Over 30 colors 845-782-4473 sales@advancedguttersinc.com

Fully Insured Free estimates

WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036 WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 THE WEDDING KIT All necessities for Kallah/ Chosson’s family for the wedding night. Leili Nishmas: Perel Gela Bas R’ Shloima. 845-371-2947

DRESSES/GOWNS GIRLS GOWNS FOR RENT Magnificent custom made girls pink gowns in size 8/10 & 10/12 with matching teen gown available in sz 14/16. Worn only once. Pls call or text 845-538-7687

Gutter Guard Installation Cleaning and Repirs B/W MATERNITY GOWN Elegant and slenderizing black and white maternity gown for rent or sale size 6-8. please call 845-608-9426 GOWN FOR RENT

beautiful dark colored gown size 2-4 8455380391 RENT/SALE Black & White Exquisite gown for rent/sale.Text only 845-826-2185 GOWN FOR SALE Stunning Raquel Gown. Size 4.call or text : 845-659-1848 MIRI’S GOWN Size 4 Light Blue Miri’s Gown. For further inquiries, please call 845-521-9374.

// dresses & gowns // lost & found GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info

small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612

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

2 bikes (toddler & radio flyer) at 122 Blauvelt 356-3074

CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924

LOST Black camera sx740 on the Monsey Trails. 917-671-6386

pink pacifier by Stolin Hall by the children’s clothing sale on Wednesday 8452386691

mp3 player bates area. Please call 8454233915 siddur and other things in Viola Park – Call or Txt 845 587 0538 ring in shoppers haven a few weeks ago 718-913-4693 Shloime Jacobowitz tefillin 718-259-8058

FREE GIVEAWAYS

Gold diamond watch 4259689 /845 200 0033

To view free giveaway items and some items for sale please visit garaj.app. Submit your free giveaways at submit.garaj.app

White & muave pink little girls dress. In town square area before shavuos. 845352-0272

cream leather reclining 3 seater couch in decent condition. Please call 845376-5607

small red/white paper bag with money. please call 347409-0151

Stage 2 Materna & Carriage w/ only bassinet. 459-6056 Pls don’t call after Thursday

black pocketbook in la familia taxi on June 8 845-213-7770

6 ft wooden folding table 718473-2650

FOUND

LATE ADS

Diamond necklace 425-9689 /845 200 0033

Pair childrens glasses on Briarcliff before Purim. 845425-7469 Gold ring Blueberry Hill area April 26, call/ text 845-4990218

SALES HELP Woman’s retail store is looking looking for sales help. Great environment. Excellent pay. Please call 845-274-6826


BUILDING FUTURES

EDUCATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR FOR MONSEY SEMINARY

Seeking a mature individual to create, coordinate and implement a unique educational program for young female adults. Individual will perform administrative and supervisory duties, coordinate staff and communicate with parents on a regular basis. Must be flexible, creative and have exceptional organizational skills.

FULL-TIME REQUIRED — Excellent Compensation package —

Please send resume to: kfireman@chesed247.org

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‫בס"ד‬

Ramapo Tires

158 Rt. 59 - Monsey NY 10952

914-712-8473

‫גדלי' וויינבערגער‬


‫בס"ד‬

‫מטבע של אש!‬

‫פרייליכע‬ ‫מודעה‬ ‫לע חשוב'ע קינדער וועלכע‬ ‫פאר א מיטגעהאלטן דעם הייליגן‬ ‫האבן‬

‫כינוס תשב"ר העולמי‬ ‫ער"ח סיון העעל"ט‬

‫דיין געבענטשטע‬ ‫מטבע איז גרייט!‬ ‫דו קענסט עס קומען אפנעמען‪ :‬ביי די פאלגענדע לאקאציעס אין די פאלגענדע זמנים‪:‬‬

‫וויליאמסבורג‪:‬‬

‫בארא פארק‪:‬‬

‫מאנסי‪:‬‬

‫מאנטאג פרשת קרח‬ ‫פון ‪ 3:30‬ביז ‪5:30‬‬

‫דינסטאג פרשת קרח‬ ‫פון ‪ 3‬ביז ‪ 5‬נאכמיטאג‬

‫מיטוואך פרשת קרח‬ ‫פון ‪ 4:30‬ביז ‪6:30‬‬

‫ביי די טעג אפיס‬ ‫‪14 Lee Ave.‬‬

‫ביי די טעג אפיס‬ ‫‪5316 New Utrecht Ave.‬‬

‫אכטונג! כדי צו באקומען די מטבע דארף יעדעס קינד עקסטער ברענגען א‬ ‫צעטל פון די עלטערן אז מען האט מיטגעהאלטן דעם גאנצן פראגראם‬

‫ביי די טעג אפיס‬ ‫‪At Atrium Plaza‬‬

‫התפילה | הסגולה | הפעולה‬

‫דערמיט טו איך באשטעטיגן אז מיין קינד‬

‫הילד החשוב‬

‫ני"ו‬

‫האט מיטגעהאלטן דעם כינוס תשב"ר העולמי פון אנהייב ביזן סוף‬

‫אונטערשריפט‪:‬‬

‫ערליכע געזונטע דו‬

‫רות‬


‫האדמו"ר מסקולען מאנסי מוצש"ק בוויליאמסבורג‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫שמחת בית סאטמאר‬ ‫שמחת החתונה של נכדת האדמו"ר מסאטמאר בת חדב"ן הגה"צ ר' דוד דוב דושינסקיא רב ביהמ"ד אוהל פיגא‬ ‫בן האדמו"ר מדושינסקיא עב"ג החתן בן הגה"צ מקארוב‬


‫בס"ד‬

‫קאנגרעס בענקל זענען יעצט ליידיג‪,‬‬ ‫סענאט און ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫דער סטעיט‬ ‫פאר ווידערערוויילונג‪.‬‬ ‫ליטיקאנטן לויפן נישט ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ווייל די ַאמטירנדע ּפ ָא‬ ‫פאר‬ ‫האלט עס‪ ,‬בדרך כלל‪ָ ,‬אן ַ‬ ‫ווער ס'געווינט ַא ּפ ָאליטישן בענקל ַ‬ ‫דאס‬ ‫'אינקאמבענט'‪ָ .‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫באזיגן ַאן‬ ‫יארן‪ ,‬ווייל ס'איז שווער צו ַ‬ ‫לאנגע ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫מיינט ַאז אויב די נישט‪-‬ריכטיגע מענטשן קומען ַאריין וועט עס זיין‬ ‫ַא בכי' לדורות‪.‬‬

‫קראטישע ּפריימערי‪ ,‬דער‬ ‫דעמא ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫יארק‪ ,‬ווער ס'געווינט די‬ ‫אין ניו ָ‬ ‫וואלן‪ .‬אויב מיר קומען נישט‬ ‫מאטיש די ַאלגעמיינע ַ‬ ‫אויטא ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫געווינט‬ ‫פארלירן די מעגליכקייט‬ ‫טאל ַ‬ ‫טא ַ‬ ‫ַארויס שטימען יעצט‪ ,‬וועלן מיר ָ‬ ‫בא ַאמטע‪.‬‬ ‫ראלישע ַ‬ ‫מא ַ‬ ‫צו ַאריינוועלן יושר'דיגע און ָ‬

‫ַאז איר‬ ‫בלייבט‬ ‫אינדערהיים‬ ‫קומען זיי‬ ‫ַאריין!‬

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‫יארק איז אויפ'ן שטים‪-‬צעטל‪.‬‬ ‫די צוקונפט פון אידישקייט אין ניו ָ‬ ‫ראגרעסיוון געווינען און שטעלן איין זייער‬ ‫דיקאלע ּפ ָ‬ ‫רא ַ‬ ‫אויב די ַ‬ ‫פינסטערע ַאנטי‪-‬רעליגיעזע ַאגענדע‪ ,‬וועט ַא איד נישט קענען‬ ‫יאר‪.‬‬ ‫יארק‪ ,‬ביז עטליכע ָ‬ ‫בלייבן וואוינען אין ניו ָ‬

‫וויבאלד‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫וואלן‪,‬‬ ‫ראגרעסיוון געווינען די ַ‬ ‫דיקאלע ּפ ָ‬ ‫רא ַ‬ ‫אויב ח"ו די ַ‬ ‫וואלן‪ ,‬גיט עס זיי ַא "גרינע‬ ‫באטייליגט אין די ַ‬ ‫האבן זיך נישט ַ‬ ‫מיר ָ‬ ‫ליכט" צו קענען אויספירן זייער פינסטערע ַאגענדע‪ ,‬אויסקעמפן‬ ‫אונזער חינוך און שמירת התורה והמצות‪ ,‬איינשטעלן הפקרות‪,‬‬ ‫דעפ ַארטמענטס אא"וו‪.‬‬ ‫רמאכן ּפ ָאליס ּ‬ ‫פא ַ‬ ‫ַ‬


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

‫שמחת נישואי בן האדמו"ר מסקולען‬

196 / THE MONSEY VIEW


EXCELLENT CAR SERVICE LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE ONLY ONLY ONLY Responsible Drivers

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PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

‫הונדערטער טויזענטער שאפינג בעגס זענען אויסגעטיילט געווארן אין די געשעפטן‬ ‫ די בעגס זענען געספאנסערט‬- ‫מחזק צו זיין די קאמפיין צו שטיצן לאקאלע געשעפטן‬ ‫ משה גרינפעלד‬:‫ | בילדער‬RSK ‫געווארן דורך די בארימטע ארגענעזאציע‬

Rabbi Chananya Kaner, Facility Chaplain and Rabbi Joel Fried Paitent Liaison at the new state of the art dialysis center at The Alaris Health Center now open for inpaitent and outpatient services

198 / THE MONSEY VIEW


‫פועל'ט אויס גוטע שידוכים‬

‫‪ 40‬טעג‬ ‫תהלים‬ ‫ריבניצ'ער‬ ‫רבי‬ ‫ביים מקום‬ ‫המפורסם‬ ‫לישועות ציון‬ ‫הק' פון דער‬ ‫הייליגער‬

‫זכותו‬ ‫יגן‬ ‫עלינו‬

‫א זעלטענע‬ ‫געלעגנהייט!‬

‫ביז חמשה עשר באב‬

‫דער ספעציעלער טאג מסוגל פאר שידוכים!‬

‫תהילים‬

‫להחזיק ירוש‬ ‫ת רבינו‬ ‫תלמוד תורה‬ ‫תשב"ר נחלת חיים ריבניץ‬

‫ספעציעלע‬ ‫פראיעקט‪:‬‬

‫רופט שוין מיט אייערע בקשות‬

‫‪845.250.1818‬‬


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN

‫שמחת התנאים לבנו הצעיר של האדמו"ר מבאבוב‬

‫האדמו"ר מסאמבור בשמחת החתונה‬ ‫של נכד האדמו"ר משינאווע‬

200 / THE MONSEY VIEW

Pre1a Talmidim at Yeshiva Ketana Ohr Reuven receiving their siddur at their drive-thru mesibas siddur


‫בס"ד‬

‫אַכטונג!‬ ‫וואלן‪,‬‬ ‫טאג פון די ּפריימערי ַ‬ ‫דא אינעם ָ‬ ‫אויב איר זענט נישט ָ‬

‫דינסטאג ּפרשת קרח‪,‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫קומענדיגן‬ ‫וואוטס"‪.‬‬ ‫קענט איר שטימען שוין יעצט אין די "אוירלי ָ‬

‫בעלאט‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ווי אויך קענט איר בעטן ַאן עבסענטי‬ ‫עלעקשאנס אויפ'ן נומער‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫באורד ָאוו‬ ‫דורכ'ן ָאנרופן דעם ָ‬

‫‪845.638.5172‬‬

‫בעלאטס מוזן צוריקגעשיקט ווערן פאר יוני ‪.23‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫די עבסענטי‬

‫רמאציע‬ ‫אינפא ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פאר מער‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫רטאציע‬ ‫נספ ָא ַ‬ ‫טרא ּ‬ ‫פאר ַ‬ ‫און ַ‬ ‫שטים‪-‬פלעצער‬ ‫ּ‬ ‫צו די‬ ‫ל‪-‬קאמיטע‬ ‫ווא ָ‬ ‫רופט די ַ‬ ‫דמאנסי‬ ‫שע"י איחוד הקהילות ָ‬

‫‪845.694.6144‬‬

‫געדענקט!‬

‫ַאז איר בלייבט אינדערהיים קומען זיי ַאריין!‬

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‫נייע קאלום‬

‫טראכטער‬

‫נייע רובריק‪:‬‬

‫בס״ד‬

‫עש"ק שלח‬

‫(קרח בא"י)‬

‫לפ״ק | ניו‬ ‫תש״פ‬

‫‪| $6.99‬‬ ‫יארק‬

‫‪19 | ₪30‬‬ ‫אר"י‬

‫‪© June‬‬

‫ווע‬ ‫דעמעןרקענר?ט‬ ‫אי‬

‫‪Copyrigh‬‬

‫‪t 2020‬‬

‫פון די‬

‫‪#526‬‬

‫תש"פ‬ ‫בס״ד פ' שלח ריפט ‪#70‬‬ ‫וואך אין ש‬ ‫די‬

‫‪Dee Voch‬‬

‫פארגרעסערט!‬

‫בילדער‬

‫גענומען דורך‬

‫ר' משה‬

‫יארמיש‬

‫מיין נאמ‬

‫ען‪ :‬דער א‬

‫כט יערי‬

‫גער אינגל‬

‫געבט ג‬

‫אלדענע מ‬

‫טבעות פ‬

‫אר'ן צו‬

‫קלאפטן‬

‫ארימאן‬

‫בס״ד פ'‬

‫שלח תש"פ‬

‫ת‬ ‫ש מבחא ב ו ב‬ ‫בית‬

‫סטן‬

‫קינד פון‬

‫דוך פון יונג שעווסקי‬ ‫שי אחים לאנט‬ ‫בילד‪:‬‬

‫האדמו"ר‬

‫ער‬ ‫קווסעפטערט‬ ‫ע‬

‫טישל מיט‬ ‫ועטער‪-‬‬ ‫ביים ו‬ ‫דער‬ ‫היימישער‬

‫מבאבוב‬

‫נייע רובריק‪:‬‬

‫וועמען‬ ‫דערקענט‬ ‫איר?‬ ‫פון די‬

‫בילדער‬

‫גענומען דורך‬

‫ר' משה‬

‫ביגלאייזן‬ ‫ר' יקיר‬

‫יארמיש‬

‫תש"פ‬ ‫בס״ד פ' שלחשריפט ‪#70‬‬ ‫וואך אין‬ ‫די‬

‫וועטער‬ ‫קספערט‬ ‫ע‬

‫עטער‪-‬טישל מיט‬ ‫ביים וו‬ ‫דער‬ ‫היימישער‬

‫ר' יקיר‬

‫ביגלאייזן‬

‫שטעטל אין‬ ‫די‬ ‫פראנקרייך וואס‬ ‫פונקט‬ ‫שטייט נאך צווייטן‬ ‫ווי בייםמלחמה‬ ‫וועלט ווערן‬ ‫נאכ'ןדורך די‬ ‫רואינירט‬ ‫נאציס ימ"ש‬

‫דער‬ ‫צאנזער‬ ‫אוצר‬

‫קראון הייטס‬ ‫ווען געווען אין‬ ‫איז‬

‫כא ָאס‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫מיין‬

‫ראיאטן בוזשעווען הייטס‪,‬‬ ‫קראון‬ ‫געקאסטן דאס‬ ‫צייט ווען באזוכן מיר‬ ‫אין א וועלט‪,‬‬ ‫און מיר‬ ‫האבן‬ ‫איבער'ן ראיאטן‬ ‫ראזנבוים הי"ד‪ ,‬הרה”ח‬ ‫ווילדע‬ ‫וואו פון יענקל מיט דער עסקןוועלכער‬ ‫לעבן שמועסשפילמאן הי”ו‪,‬‬ ‫עסקנים פון‬ ‫א‬ ‫פירענדע‬ ‫כאפן ברוך‬ ‫ר' יוסף פון די‬ ‫געווען‬ ‫איז‬ ‫יענע צייט‬

‫נאמען‪:‬‬

‫דער אכט‬

‫יעריגער‬

‫חפצים‬ ‫פון זילבערנע געווארן‬ ‫אן אוצרוואך אנטדעקט שייכות‬ ‫איז דיצאנז‪ ,‬האט דאס ארב זי"ע?‬ ‫צאנזער‬ ‫אין הייליגער‬ ‫צום‬

‫אינגל געבט‬

‫גאלדענע‬

‫מטבעות פאר'ן‬

‫צוקלאפטן‬

‫טראכטער‬ ‫נייע‬

‫על שבר‬ ‫שבר‬ ‫טריפ‬

‫לטע טר‬

‫אגעדיע‬

‫אין שיכון‬

‫סקווירא‬

‫‪| PP‬‬

‫|‬

‫דער‬ ‫אנזער‬ ‫צ‬ ‫אוצר‬

‫קאלום‬

‫מעשיות פון‬ ‫גמרא‪:‬‬ ‫די ער זּון‬ ‫ֶד דעם‬ ‫פּון ֶ ואס‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫עֹוׁשר וָ לֶ עס‬ ‫ָהאט ַא אזְ ט‬ ‫ְּפגֶ‬ ‫עלָ ֵדי צּו‬ ‫ָא ּכְ‬ ‫ערנֶ ען‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ּתֹורה‬ ‫לֶ ָ‬

‫פרשת‬

‫ארימאן‬

‫בס״ד פ'‬

‫שלח תש"פ‬

‫באהאלטענע‬ ‫שפיאנאזש‬ ‫אפאראטן‬ ‫ביים‬

‫דערציילן‪:‬‬ ‫קינדערשמועס מיט‬ ‫קינדער פון‬ ‫א‬ ‫פינףוויליאמסבורג‬ ‫וועלכע האבן‬ ‫אינאיינעם‬ ‫געגרינדעט א‬ ‫העלפן‬ ‫'חברים' צו קינדער‬ ‫אנדערע‬ ‫מיט זייערע‬ ‫ביציקלעך‬

‫קאלטן קריג‬

‫פרקי אבות‪:‬‬ ‫פארשעמט‬ ‫דעם‬ ‫צדיק רבי‬ ‫שמעלקע‬ ‫מסעליש‬ ‫זי"ע‬

‫פרשת‬

‫תש"פ |‬ ‫שלח‬

‫עטל אין‬ ‫די שט‬ ‫קרייך וואס‬ ‫פראנ פונקט‬ ‫שטייט נאך צווייטן‬ ‫ווי בייםמלחמה‬ ‫וועלט ווערן‬ ‫נ‬ ‫אכ'ןדורך די‬ ‫רואינירט‬ ‫אציס ימ"ש‬ ‫נ‬

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‫שלח תש"פ‬

‫ראון הייטס‬ ‫ווען ק‬ ‫עווען אין‬ ‫איז ג‬

‫כ ַא ָאס‬

‫איאטן בוזשעווען הייטס‪,‬‬ ‫קראון‬ ‫אסטן דאס‬ ‫צייט ווען ר אזוכן מיר‬ ‫אין א‬ ‫בער'ן וועלט‪ ,‬ב האבן געק און מיר‬ ‫איאטן‬ ‫אי וילדע ר ראזנבוים הי"ד‪ ,‬הרה”ח‬ ‫וואו ו פון יענקל מיט דער עסקןוועלכער‬ ‫לעבן א שמועס למאן הי”ו‪,‬סקנים פון‬ ‫כאפן ברוך שפי ענדע ע‬ ‫די פיר‬ ‫יוסף‬ ‫ר' געווען פון‬ ‫איז‬ ‫יענע צייט‬

‫חפצים‬ ‫פון זילבערנע עווארן‬ ‫אן אוצרוואך אנטדעקט ג שייכות‬ ‫איז דיצאנז‪ ,‬האט דאס ארב זי"ע?‬ ‫צאנזער‬ ‫אין הייליגער‬ ‫צום‬

‫ראכטער‬ ‫ט‬ ‫קאלום‬ ‫נייע‬

‫פון‬ ‫מעשיותמרא‪:‬‬ ‫די גער זּון‬ ‫ֶד דעם‬ ‫פּון ֶ ואס‬ ‫ֶ‬ ‫עֹוׁשר וָ לֶ עס‬ ‫ָהאט ַא אזְ ט‬ ‫ְּפגֶ‬ ‫עלָ ֵדי צּו‬ ‫ָא ּכְ‬ ‫ערנֶ ען‬ ‫ְ‬ ‫ּתֹורה‬ ‫לֶ ָ‬

‫אלטענע‬ ‫נאזש‬ ‫באה יא‬ ‫ראטן‬ ‫שפפא‬ ‫א‬ ‫ביים‬

‫דערציילן‪:‬‬ ‫נדער‬ ‫מועס מיט‬ ‫קי א ש‬ ‫נדער פון‬ ‫פינף קי‬ ‫ליאמסבורג‬ ‫ווי‬ ‫עלכע האבן‬ ‫וו‬ ‫אינאיינעם‬ ‫נדעט א‬ ‫געגרי עלפן‬ ‫'חברים' צו ה נדער‬ ‫אנדערע‬ ‫מיטקיזייערע‬ ‫ביציקלעך‬

‫קאלטן קריג‬

‫אבות‪:‬‬ ‫פרקי עמט‬ ‫פארש דעם‬ ‫צדיק רבי‬ ‫עלקע‬ ‫שמ עליש‬ ‫מס זי"ע‬


‫ברכת מזלא טבא‬ ‫וגדיא יאה‬ ‫בעזהשי"ת‬

‫ויאמר אברהם אברהם ‪-‬‬

‫מעמקי הלב משגרים אנו בזה מיטב ברכותינו‪ ,‬למעלת כבוד ידידנו עוז מחשובי ההורים‬ ‫לשון חבה הוא (רש"י)‬ ‫במוסדותנו‪ ,‬עומד תמיד לימיננו ולעזרתנו‪ ,‬מסור בלב ונפש יום ולילה לא ישבות למען‬ ‫הליכות‪,‬‬ ‫ונבון‬ ‫עוצםחכם‬ ‫והמדות‪,‬‬ ‫המעלות‬ ‫פאר‬ ‫האשכולות‪,‬‬ ‫הצלחתנו‪ ,‬איש‬ ‫ונעיםליבנו‬ ‫רגשות‪-‬‬ ‫וגודל‬ ‫ולהדגיש‬ ‫להביע‬ ‫הסופר‬ ‫השוקל ואיה‬ ‫א יה‬ ‫הלא הוא‬ ‫בהלולים‬ ‫בשורה שמו‬ ‫ב הגיע כבוד‬ ‫אברהם חברינו‬ ‫ותוארים ‪ -‬ר'‬ ‫ידידינו הח'‬ ‫מפארים‪,‬שמחת‬ ‫המרנינה של‬ ‫ר אש וראשון לעשות ולקיים בחכמה ותבונה ורוח של חיים בקרבנו‬ ‫ה אהוב ונחמד לשמים ולבריות במלאכת הקודש למען מוסדותינו‬ ‫העתיד חינוך דורותינו‬ ‫למען‬ ‫וב"ב הכבירות‬ ‫ם ה טוב ומה נעים פעולותיו‬ ‫תחי'‬ ‫החשובה‬

‫הרב חיים לייב קליין שליט"א‬

‫מוסדותנו מוסדותינו הק'‬ ‫וחברי הנהלת‬ ‫ובשם כל ההורים‪ ,‬התלמידים‪,‬‬ ‫העסקנים‪,‬של‬ ‫מחברי הוועד‬ ‫ברגשי שמחה והכרת הטוב משגרים אנו ברכת מזל טוב חמה ולבבית מעומק לבבינו‬ ‫במעונם‬ ‫השרו‬ ‫הגדולה‬ ‫שמחתם‬ ‫לרגל‬ ‫בפייהכל‪ ,‬ה"ה‬ ‫והמשובח‬ ‫המהולל‬ ‫הנכבד‪,‬‬ ‫לידידינו‬

‫בהולדת התאומות למזל טוב בשעה טובה ומוצלחת‬

‫פעלבערבוים הי"ו‬ ‫מו"ה אברהם‬ ‫ושגורה בזה אחולינו הלבבים‬

‫הקדושים‬ ‫חסדי השם ירדפם וישכילומנכ"ל‬ ‫הגדיל תורה ולהאדירה ביתר שאת ועוז‬ ‫מוסדותינו ל‬ ‫של לאורך‬ ‫ויצליחו‬ ‫ומנשים באוהל תבורך ‪ -‬אשתו החשובה שתחי'‬ ‫ברב אונים‬ ‫ימים ושנים טובים‪,‬‬ ‫טובהשל‬ ‫ובשעה פיהם‬ ‫בזכות הבל‬ ‫בתם רב להם‬ ‫הברוכיםבהולדתידיהם‬ ‫להמשיך‬ ‫יזכו‬ ‫להתברךטוב‬ ‫הבכורה למזל‬ ‫הטוביםבמעונם‬ ‫במפעליהם השרוי'‬ ‫השמחה הגדולה‬ ‫לרגל‬ ‫תשב"ר הנעימים‬ ‫והנפלאים‪,‬‬ ‫ידידינו ומכובדינו ר' אברהם! אתך אנו בשמחתך הגדולה ברגשי שמחה והודאה מקרב הלב!‬ ‫יעשו פרי לטובה בזכות "תפארת בנים"‬ ‫ירוו רב תענוג ונחת דקדושה מכל יוצאי‬ ‫וברכותינו צרופה‪ ,‬שתזכה לגדלה לבעל תורה לחופה ולמעשים טובים מתוך שמחה ונחת תמיד‬ ‫יראים ושלמים‬ ‫חלציהם‬ ‫כל הימים בבריות גופא ונהורא מעליא‪ ,‬ותזכה להמשיך במעשיך הטובים והנפלאים‬ ‫במהרה נזכה לעלות עיר קדשינו בשיר‬ ‫מברכות שמים מעל עושר ואושר כל ימי‬ ‫למען הבל פיהם ולימוד התורה של תינוקות של בית רבן בהרחבת הדעת ושמחות תמיד!‬ ‫ורננים‬ ‫חייהם‬

‫המאחלים מקרב הבל‬

‫מזל טוב‬

‫משה יואל פרייליך ‪ -‬יו"ר וועד הגשמי‪ ,‬מרכי לייב רייזמאן‪ ,‬ליפא לאנדא‪,‬‬ ‫יואל אבראמאוויטש‪ ,‬מאיר שמעי ברייער‪ ,‬יוסף יוזפא ווייסמאן‪ ,‬יעקב טויבער‪,‬‬ ‫שלמה ברוין‪ ,‬שלמה משה פינקאסאוויטש‪ ,‬הרב חיים לייב קליין‪ ,‬חברי הוועד‬ ‫חיים נחום מערמלשטיין – מנהל רוחני‪ ,‬זושא ווייס – מנהל ישיבה קטנה יודעי‬ ‫בינה‪ ,‬משה שמואל ראזענבוים – סגן מנהל‪ ,‬מאיר זילבער – סגן מנכ"ל‪,‬‬ ‫כתריאל שטיין יו"ר חינוך מיוחד‪ ,‬ארי' אבראמאוויטש מנהל לימודי חול‪.‬‬


‫א פרישע גרופע פון קינדער האבן זיך יעצט אונטערגענומען צו גיין מיט א פושקע‬ ‫פאר אחים ביחד וואס העלפן ארויס קינדער וואס זענען ל״ע אין שפיטאל אז זיי‬ ‫זאלן קענען האבן א שמייכל אויף זייער פנים! אלץ באלוינונג וועלן זיי באקומען‬ !‫טייערע מתנות און גיין אויף געשמאקע טריפס‬ 845-293-5085 ‫ ביטע רופט‬,‫אויב ווילט איר אויך האבן א חלק אין דעם‬

Rockland County Residents would like to take this opportunity to wish the Food Service Administrator of the YDE Food Program - Munkatch Monsey,

Mr. Avrumi Felberbaum

a heartfelt MAZEL TOV upon the birth of his daughter.

We all share the simcha with you, as we all owe you a big thanks for what you've done for the community over the past few months, in this challenging situation, with the ongoing pandemic. While a lot of Mosdos and institutions were serving their families and others with food - most of them once a week, it was the YDE FOOD PROGRAM - Munkatch Monsey that went out of the way to deliver to almost every area in Rockland County daily meals for every eligible kid! No matter how much extra money it cost, no matter how much effort and work it required, it was the YDE Food Program - Munkatch Monsey that really served the community with a daily service to ease the situation and take away the burden of preparing breakfast and lunch for the families. Now we're happy to share your simcha, and we would like to send our warmest blessings towards you, your wife, and your newborn daughter, that Hashem should bless you with health, wealth, happiness, and joy. You should continue making simchos forever with a smile. ROCKLAND COUNTY RESIDENTS

204 / THE MONSEY VIEW


‫פר‘ שלח תש‘‘פ לפ‘‘ק‬

‫ביים שוועל פון יאוש;‬ ‫געטראפן זיין‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫באשערטע‬ ‫גליקליכע ַ‬

‫א וואוילער‪ַ ,‬אן ערליכער און ַא ַ‬ ‫בא'טעמ'טער‬ ‫איז ער געווען‪ .‬א באקאנטער חשוב'ער בחור'ל‬ ‫אין דער שטאט צפת‪ .‬מזל האט ער אבער‬ ‫נישט געהאט ליידער‪ .‬זיין שידוך האט מן‬ ‫השמים זיך געזוימט זייער לאנג‪ .‬די ָ‬ ‫יארן זענען‬ ‫געלאפן‪ ,‬זיינע חבירים פון דער ישיבה ַ‬ ‫באנק‬ ‫קומען שוין מיט די גרעסערע יונגלעך אין בית‬ ‫המדרש און ער זיצט נאך דארט מיט'ן היט און‬ ‫רעקל‪ ,‬ווארטנדיג אויף זיין ישועה‪.‬‬

‫א חבר זיינער‪ ,‬א ת"ח פון די ארטיגע "תהלים‬ ‫כולל" אינגעלייט‪ ,‬וועלכער פארט יעדן פארטאגס קיין 'מירון' צו אויסזאגן תהלים ברוב עם ביים ציון התנא האלקי רשב"י‪ ,‬האט‬ ‫אים פארגעשלאגן‪" :‬קום‪ ,‬כאפ זיך אריבער אינאיינעם מיט אונזער מנין‪ ,‬מיר דאווענען דאך ַ‬ ‫פאר אזויפיל צעבראכענע אידישע‬ ‫הערצער‪ ,‬ס'וועט זיכער זיין א צייט פון "קיבול תפלות" אויך פאר דיר"‪.‬‬ ‫געזאגט און געטון‪ .‬אינעם 'טענדער' וואס פירט די חשוב'ע 'תהלים כולל' אינגעלייט‪ ,‬פון צפת קיין מירון אין די פריע פארטאגס‬ ‫שטונדן‪ ,‬איז צוגעקומען א פרישער "תושב"‪ :‬אונזער עלטערער בחור וואס יעדן טאג‪ ,‬נאכ'ן ענדיגן דעם גאנצן ספר תהלים במנין‪,‬‬ ‫ווען די "תהלים כולל" אינגעלייט זענען מזכיר מיט התעוררות די פרטיות'דיגע נעמען פון אלע "תהלים כולל" מעמבער און זייערע‬ ‫בקשות‪ ,‬איז ער זיך געשטאנען אין דער זייט און געדאווענט פאר זיין אייגענע בקשה מיט הארץ און געפיל‪.‬‬ ‫און וואס קלערט איר טייערע אידן ? דער תהלים'ל האט אים אודאי נישט אנטוישט‪.‬‬

‫תהילים בליצן!‬

‫בלויז מיט אייניגע וואכן צוריק האט מען געבראכן טעלער אין דער שטאט ירושלים‪ .‬א הערליכער שידוך‪ ,‬העכער אלע‬ ‫פאראויסשאצונגען‪ .‬און ווען ביים באשיידענעם ָ‬ ‫"ווארט" האט מען זיך ארויסגעלאזט אין א טאנץ אויף די ווערטער "וְ ֶת ֱע ַרב לְ ָפנֶ י‪‬‬ ‫ְת ִּפלָ ֵּתנוּ‪ִ ,‬בּזְ כוּת ֲאדוֹנֵ נוּ ַבּר ָ‬ ‫יוֹחאי"‪ ,‬האט דער פרייליכער חתן פארווישט א באהאלטענעם טרערעלע‪ ,‬א טרער פון גליק און שמחה‪.‬‬

‫דבר בעתו מה טוב! די היסטארישע אינציאטיווע קומט אייגנטליך אין א תקופה‬ ‫ווען די וועלט טרייסלט און אידן קוקן אזוי ארויס אויף זיכערקייט‪ ,‬פרנסה‪ ,‬און‬ ‫סטאביליטעט‪ .‬ווי פאסיג איז דעריבער צו דורכפירן אצינד די מקובל'דיגע סגולה‬ ‫פון אלע דורות‪ ,‬צו שרייבן א ספר תהלים מיט טינט און פארמעט‪ ,‬ווי א כשר'ע ספר‬ ‫תורה‪ ,‬וואס איז מסוגל פאר אלע ישועות ושפע רב‪.‬‬

‫תהילים‬ ‫עפיזאדן‬ ‫‪718.705.7174‬‬ ‫‪INFO@TEHILLIMKOLLEL.ORG‬‬


‫ב"ה‬

‫י "ע‬

‫ז‬

‫ב‬ ‫ג"מ‬

‫ה'תש"פ‬

‫ללה‬ ‫"ה נ‬

‫ש זצוק‬

‫ו של כ"ק אדמ ו"ר מליובאוויט‬

Þ

"‫הכ‬

‫ג' תמוז‬

‫ולא‬

‫היל‬

‫םה‬

‫יו‬

‫יום חמישי‬

the 26th yahrtzeit of

th e lubavit cher r ebbe of righteous memory

C

hazal teach us that the day of a tzadik’s yahrtzeit is a most auspicious day, a ‫יום סגולה ועת רצון‬, to connect with the tzadik, granting us the potential to elicit brochos and yeshuos min hashomayim in the zechus of the tzadik. PHOTO: BENTZI SASSON

Thursday, Gimmel Tammuz 5780 (June 25, 2020), marks the 26th yahrtzeit of the Lubavitcher Rebbe ‫זי"ע‬. The following are some suggested ways to commemorate this auspicious day and the days in close proximity to it: ‫ | לימוד התורה‬Learn a teaching of the Rebbe, the baal hahilula, which may be found in over 250 volumes of his chidushei Torah. ‫ | אהבת ישראל‬Reach out to a fellow Jew in chesed. Share the warmth and beauty of Yiddishkeit with another Yid. ‫ | אהל הקדוש‬Be mispalel at the Rebbe’s tziyon. A kvittel may also be sent to the Ohel (see details at right). May all of our tefilos be answered, especially during these challenging times, and may we merit the geulah shleimah speedily in our days.

the lubavitcher rebbe’s ohel is located in queens at: 226-20 francis lewis boulevard, cambria heights, ny 11411

• open 24 hours • open to men and women • kohanim-accessible

to send a kvittel to be placed at the ohel, call 718-723-4545 or visit therebbesohel.com


the rebbe distributes coins to be given to tZedaKah Photo: shlomo vishinsKy


Contents

// Inside

FYI: STREET SIGNS FREE ISSUE 253 JUNE 17, 2020

‫פרשת שלח‬ ‫כ”ה סיון תש”פ‬

A TRIP BACK IN TIME Car travel in the good old days was full of fun... and frustration

A PLACE OF PRECISION PLANNING

NAVIGATING THE NUANCES

TIME TO CHOOSE A WINNER!

Manhattan’s meticulous street grids were years in the making

The hows and whens of Tefillas Haderech

Check out the many amazing signs our community crafted for Hatzoloh

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208 / THE MONSEY VIEW / June 17, 2020 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484

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Pirkei Avos

80 //

Week in Review

87 //

The Cuckoo Clock

98 //

Political Pulse

105 // Food 114 //

A Drive Down Memeory Lane

125 //

Charting NYC’s Urbanization

138 //

By the Way

148 //

Tehillim Contest

152 // FYI 156 //

Hatzoloh Contest

167 //

Comics

168 //

Fun Pages

174 // Classifieds 192 // Pictures


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