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— Shuls outside of Eretz Yisroel can be built ‘conditionally,’” and this creates certain allowances. To be clear, the use of the word “conditionally” is a bit of a misnomer. Strictly speaking, a condition does not change the nature of a deal; it merely determines whether the deal will take effect. For example, were I to sell a car on condition that I receive payment in full within 30 days, the condition does not alter the fundamentals of ownership. Either the condition is fulfilled and the sale is a sale, or the condition is not met and there is no sale. It’s an all-or-nothing proposition; there is no half-ownership. With a shul, however, the intent is not to establish a conditional kedusha, but rather to establish an entirely new concept: that the kedusha of a beis knesses is somewhat amorphous and can be created in a limited form. Rather than imbuing a shul with fullfledged kedusha, those establishing the shul can decide at the time of its inception to opt for a more limited, potentially less restrictive, level of kedusha while at the same time maintaining a sufficient degree of kedusha to call it a proper beis knesses. While all are in agreement about the fundamental concept of tenai, there is disagreement as to the extent of its impact. The Mishnah Berurah rules in accordance with the opinion that this does allow for lessening of restrictions, but only when and to the degree necessary, and when there is no readily available alternative. It is important to note that the halacha restricting speech overlaps with a halacha prohibiting kalus rosh — lightheadedness. The concept of kalus rosh is not necessarily indicative of anything inherently inappropriate. Rather, the issue is a lack of koved rosh — a seriousness that comes with the awareness of where you stand. Anything that detracts from that awareness is forbidden. A good illustration would be a business meeting. It’s not lashon hara. It’s not talking during davening. But it’s a conversation that draws one away from focusing on the kedusha of where one stands. This is forbidden according to all opinions, as even the utilization of a tenai does nothing to mitigate the issue of kalus rosh.
Let’s get to some details: A conversation discussing Torah with a friend: Obviously,
this is not only permitted in a beis knesses but strongly encouraged. Torah and tefillah are what it’s all about. Essential Speech: Giving someone an important message? (He’s about to get a parking ticket. His son is waiting outside for him.) This involves any time-sensitive message or information. As standard practice in our shuls is to employ a tenai as described above, essential needs are permitted when speaking outside the shul is not a readily available alternative. This does not, however, allow any kalus rosh discussions, as categorized below. This category is broadened by the poskim to include some level of nonessential talk while involved in learning. Since requiring a person to step outside would incur significant distraction from learning, allowing speech in this regard could as well be deemed essential. Again, this would not permit any kalus rosh. Non-essential but productive speech: The Mishnah Berurah
rules that this category is forbidden, though there are those who find some level of tolerance for this category. “Good morning,” “How are you?” and other basic greetings: This category is not viewed as problematic. Political commentary and analysis: This is completely prohibited, both as a nonessential matter of speech, as well as a serious infraction of kalus rosh.
IN SUMMATION: 1. A shul is a sensitive environment and is a place for Torah, tefillah and mitzvah-related talk only. 2. Using a precondition, talk is allowed when it’s a conversation of necessity, and it is impractical to relocate. Kalus rosh — discussing topics such as politics, business and sports — is forbidden under all circumstances.
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Imagine... Sharing sports scores, postgame reviews or any other sports matter: As
above, this is absolutely prohibited. Business meetings, job interviews, or discussion of the stock market:
These are forbidden under the prohibition of kalus rosh. There’s nothing wrong with such a meeting, but it’s a distraction, reducing the focus on the sanctity of the shul.
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Discussing people or general local affairs: Aside from being nonessen-
tial, conversations involving lashon hara, machlokes or any other forbidden speech are worse than normal when in shul. It’s terrible enough to be ignoring Hakadosh Baruch Hu’s commandments; worse still is to do so while standing right before Him. Such conversations are violations of numerous serious issurim d’Oraisa, and as numerous seforim state, they can cause tremendous damage to the entire shul. To be clear, all the above is said when one is within a beis knesses but not engaged in tefillah. During tefillah, a great many additional halachic issues are involved. Turning back to the realities we face, it is clear that although much of our speech is in fact permissible, unfortunately, we often seem to stretch this well past where we should. Suffice it to say that conversations often devolve into those of the very worst nature. What can be done? The first step in dealing with this is certainly to have a cognizance of the issue and a clear knowledge of the basic halacha. Beyond that, it would be helpful to focus on the underlying rationale behind the halacha: that of kavod Shamayim. Understandably, this can be a tall order. How can we picture what it means to stand in awe, where we’re totally attentive to every action we do or word we utter? The course of history has denied us any real appreciation of true monarchies. Parables of kings and princesses have long been relegated to
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The Aruch Hashulchan wonders how completely mundane talk has become so widespread in shuls. He suggests that perhaps people are employing an extremely wide definition of shaas hadchak — necessary talk. While he does not endorse this, he does imply that there would be some grounds for leniency when something can be defined loosely as a necessity.
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Four months after a Monsey yeshivah was identified as the buyer for a 107-acre college property located in South Nyack, residents have voted to dissolve the 142-year-old village in its entirety and have it absorbed into the greater Town of Orangetown, which has tighter zoning enforcement and other controls on land usage. The Journal News reported that 508 of 800 ballots cast last Thursday as a significant snowfall blanketed the area favored the dissolution, which would have the village selling off properties, its firehouse and other equipment and leave village employees — including police officers and court, public works and Village Hall employees — jobless. Those in favor of the move said that it would ultimately result in tax savings. They noted that the village has been steamrolled on multiple occasions, having been cut in half more than 50 years ago when the original Tappan Zee Bridge was built and, more recently, when multiple inconveniences were introduced in the village with the construction of the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. The Nyack College property, which includes the South Nyack campus, land in Orangetown and an Upper Nyack seminary, is being sold to Yeshivah of Viznitz D’Khal Torath Chaim for $45.5 million. Some village residents have been openly critical of village Mayor Bonnie Christian and her team for allowing the sale to go through, with concerns voiced over potential property development and the possibility of a chassidic enclave taking root in South Nyack that could ultimately result in a formidable bloc vote with the power to affect local government and the school system. The yeshivah is expected to have up to 500 high school and beis midrash students as well as on-campus housing, with an on-site elementary school on the property a future possibility. South Nyack resident Mark Dery categorized concerns and speculations about the yeshivah’s effect on the village as nothing more than “fearmongering.” “If residents want to maintain control of their village hall, all they have to do is turn out in sufficient numbers,” noted Dery.
There were multihued glazes, a rainbow of sprinkles, and powdered sugar just about everywhere as Monsey’s Jewish community showed its hakaras hatov to the Ramapo Police Department, with multiple deliveries of doughnuts arriving over Chanukah for our officers in blue. The Ramapo Police Department took to social media last week to show pictures of the goodies, which included two platters of sufganiyot from Hatzolah EMS of Rockland and a Zos Chanukah shipment of Tuv Taam’s finest from New Square Emergency Services. Another photo showed Oizrim’s Rabbi Yisroel Kahan standing between two officers holding a large bakery box, a note taped to the lid bearing the words, “Happy Chanukah from the Monsey Community. Thank you for your dedication to the people of Rockland County.” Yossi Margaretten of Chaverim said that his delivery of over three dozen Shloime’s Bakery doughnuts from Rockland Kosher to Chief Brad Weidel and his crew was very well received. “They were very happy and appreciated that the community recognizes their hard work,” said Margaretten. “We thank them for being there for all of us year round and for keeping the community safe.”
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CHAPTER TWELVE RECAP: Ariella
wants to get away for a while. In the meantime, Rabbi Reiness calls Osher’s parents to let them know where their son is. Yeruchem, a young boy from Rabbi Reiness’s yeshivah, is taken away by welfare services, much to Rabbi Reiness’ — and Osher’s — sadness.
opened my drawer and took out a colorful set of linen, the one with the patchwork of squares. Nechemiah sat on a chair near the bed and drank the tea I’d made for him. He watched me stretch the sheet over Yeruchem’s mattress and wave the thick blanket in the air. “So that it should be soft and fluffy and full of air,” I explained as I did it again. I remembered my father waving our blankets in the air when he put on our linen. I can never do it as well, but I’m getting there. “I thought the only way to do it is by banging the blankets,” he said, eyes closed. I folded back the blanket. “Here you go — make yourself at home.” He laughed at my joke, but his laugh was hoarse, clearly the laugh of someone feeling ill. He got up, unsteady on his feet, and then slowly walked toward the bed. He just about fell into it. “Do you want some Tylenol?” I asked. “Yes, thanks. I think there’s some in the kitchen cabinet, right side on the top.” “I also have Tylenol.” I didn’t want to open the door to the Reiness’ family quarters. “Take some of mine for now, and feel better.” “Thanks.” His hand shook as he took the pills from me. “I’m like that,” he said, his eyes still closed. “A little fever puts me away. Maybe it’s because I’m spoiled.” He sighed deeply and then pulled the cover up to his chin. “And the fact that I’m almost twenty-one does not change the fact that I’m the youngest at home. What can I do? It seems to have an effect.”
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I didn’t really know what to answer to his very personal remarks. Maybe that’s why I was happy when the doorbell rang. I hoped it was Nechemiah’s mother, who would quickly clear his bed in the house so he could move into his room instead of saying all these strange things that I didn’t really have the right answers for. Only after I went over to the door to open it did I remember that his mother would not wait for someone to answer the door; it was her place, and she would let herself in. And after I saw who was standing there, I regretted opening the door in the first place. “Hello, there!” the Arab said with a huge, toothy grin. He had on a floral shirt in shades of maroon, orange and blue. “Where is your Rabbi Elazar?” “He’s down there,” I said. “No, he’s not,” the Arab said. His smile disappeared. “You’re lying. The carpentry shop is locked.” “Not downstairs in the carpentry shop. Down on the beach.” I gripped the doorknob tightly, waiting for the second when I could close the door and lock it as hard as I could. “You’re one of the boys from his school?” “Sort of,” I said, and a smile escaped from my lips. “And your school is here?” Very impolitely, he peered into the house. “Really? So small? You learn here? And eat here and everything?” “Sort of,” I said again. “So why is your school in such a tiny place? It’s not good to have such small and crowded quarters. Tell your teacher you want a new school building — a nice place, with a board and desks.” I don’t even know why I answered him. “We need place for the carpentry shop, not just for a normal classroom.” “Of course, of course!” he cried. “My children have a big hall for woodworking in their school, and they make wonderful things there. Why do you have this old house? Tell Elazar you want a
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new, big school, a fancy building.” Suddenly I sensed someone standing behind me, and I turned around. Nechemiah was there, wrapped in my blanket. It was no wonder he’d heard the conversation; our room was very close to the door. He spoke up. “I’ll tell the owner what you said. Thank you, and goodbye.” He closed the door firmly and locked it. “Why are you talking to Arabs?” he asked me. “Ugh, now I’m all dizzy.” “Why did you get up?” I asked. “Because I saw that you don’t know
When I saw who was standing there, I regretted opening the door in the first place. that you don’t get into conversations with Arabs, and for sure not with Abu Kassem.” “Do you know him?” “No. And that’s not his name. I think one of your friends made up the name for anyone who comes here about the house.” “Huh? My friends know him?” “Either him or the others. You think you’re the first person Abu Kassem is trying to convince to persuade my father to move out of here?” I looked at the closed door, as if I could see Abu Kassem or whatever his name was through it. “Why is he trying to do that?” I asked. “I told you, he’s not the only one.” Nechemiah inched toward his bed, carefully lifting the edges of the blanket. “He’s not the only one?” “It’s a valuable area. Lots of people want it.” “The whole area, or just your house?” But Nechemiah didn’t answer me. He was already back in bed, with the blanket up to his nose.
***** “Ariella!” Her father stood up from his place when he heard the croak through the phone. “What happened to you?” “Just pressure,” she managed to squeak. “Pressure?! In your throat?” “Something like that.” “I guess I haven’t heard you in a long time. Or is it something sudden?” “Both,” she whispered. “You need to go to the speech therapist again, the one who treated you last time you were hoarse like this. Find out why it keeps coming back. That polyp on your vocal chords disappeared a long time ago, didn’t it?” She shrugged, as if to say, don’t know, don’t remember — not that he could see her. “You can’t neglect yourself,” he said sternly. “I know…” She sighed. “What are you doing about it?” “I made an appointment.” She could hardly get the words out. “With the speech therapist? Good. And did you cancel all your private lessons?” “Uh-huh.” “Do you want Shoshi to come and help you out? Or Lakey? Dishes, laundry, whatever?” “It’s fine,” she whispered. Her throat was on fire. “Being hoarse doesn’t affect my washing machine.” “I could have waited until you feel better to hear that pearl of wisdom,” he said chidingly. “It’s not worth exerting yourself to say it. So I’m hanging up now, Ariella. I don’t want you to exert yourself to answer me.” “Wait,” she whispered. “Osher.” “What about Osher?” her father asked. He did not hang up. “What’s the story?” She tried to use the least amount of words possible. “You’re asking me?” “Uh-huh.” “Mommy looked into it, and so did
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you. I also tried, but so far I haven’t been able to get any information.” He was quiet. “What can I do?” Now it was his turn to sigh deeply. “We’re thinking about it. We’ll probably go to him — Mommy and I — to see who and what this is all about.” “No,” she blurted out. “No? What no? Wait, don’t answer me.” He paused. “We’ll talk and then decide what to do. Somehow, it doesn’t sound as bad as some of the other places he’s landed in those other times.” “Yes,” she said thoughtfully. “I asked you not to answer me! Good night, Ariella. Make yourself a cup of hot tea with lemon, and go to sleep early. And tell your speech therapist that you need to get to the root of the problem. We can’t have this hoarseness coming back all the time.” She obediently hung up the phone and went to boil up some water. B’ezras Hashem, she would tell Rivi, her speech therapist, that she needed something to get to the root of the issue. Rivi would certainly agree with her. The question only was whether the root of the issue was something within Rivi’s ability to treat. That was surely clear to Tatty, as well. He was a thorough person who always tried to get to the root of things. But they both knew very well that the best solution was not always to expose the roots, to drill into them and clean them out. Sometimes roots preferred to be covered and kept in the dark. Ariella stirred her tea. She couldn’t stand tea, but it did provide some relief for her aching throat. True, that was just treating the symptom, and not the real problem. If only she could finally learn to speak properly and utter all different types of sounds, then the problem of her hoarseness would be resolved permanently. That’s what Rivi kept saying. The question was, why, after she’d learned to “speak properly,” was she going back to those same mistakes in how she uttered certain sounds? That meant that the hoarseness was only a symptom. So they would be back to digging around the roots. No, thank you. She did not want to think about the Belgian shidduch she’d turned down, and about how stuck she was, and about Osher, who was just as stuck. The worst thing would be to think about Osher. He was so like her, and all his failings were actually an enlarged reflection of her own failings. She could think about him if she really wanted to, but she would stick to sweet thoughts, like the question of whether he’d taken to Acco the linen that she’d bought him, with the colorful patchwork of squares, and if he was using it, and if he even remembered that she’d bought it for him. She could, of course, call and ask Shoshi to check the linen closet to see if he’d taken it or not, but Tatty had asked her to go to sleep early.
Osher When Nechemiah’s mother returned, he was already sleeping very deeply. She preferred for him to “sleep well, because it’s the best medicine,” so she didn’t wake him up
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to ask him to move to his regular bed. Shlomo and I got into bed very quietly so as not to wake him. Not that we usually shmooze much; we don’t really have what to talk about. But this time we didn’t even say the regular: “Do you mind if I shut the light?” Meaning, Shlomo didn’t say it, and I didn’t reply, “A few more minutes, please.” He just shut the light without asking. So I didn’t say anything either, and just did my own thing: I got up and turned the light back on. Shlomo did not get up to switch it off again; he just gave me a look and then pulled the blanket over his eyes. I sat for a few moments and thought about how disgusting it was that Shlomo didn’t think about me; he’d just shut the light, leaving me to find my pajama shirt in the dark. It had disappeared, as usual. I looked around the bed and thought about how I needed to teach him to be considerate of those around him, even though I’m definitely not the best teacher for this type of thing. Then I got up to search some more. It took me a good few minutes until I found my shirt inside the pillowcase. I have no idea how it got there. I had an urge to keep the light on, just because, but I switched it off. I know how to get dressed in the dark. Shlomo didn’t react, although it didn’t look like he’d fallen asleep. So I decided to stop thinking about him. I lay down and tossed and turned from side to side for what felt like a long while. Finally, I got up and went over to the window. This was unusual. I usually fall asleep very fast; I’ve been doing that since I’m little. My mother says that I live in a very tiring way, and she’s right. I’m usually exhausted at the end of the day, and if I can just manage to lie still for a few minutes, I fall asleep easily. But when something bothers me, I can’t fall asleep. The windowsill was old, painted
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in light brown. Something about it reminded me of the Shabbos before Ariella’s wedding. Actually, this whole room reminded me of the apartment we’d stayed in when we went to Yerushalayim for Nosson’s aufruf. I don’t know where Ariella was then; she must have been with a friend or something, but the rest of the family went in for the simcha. We were put up in a small, very tidy apartment, and Mommy asked me not to touch anything. Tatty and Mommy slept in the bed-
But when something bothers me, I can’t fall asleep. room, Shoshi and Lakey in the crowded dining room, and I — who had just turned eleven that Shabbos — got the little room near the bedroom. I think old people must have lived there; to this day I remember the horrible smell of mothballs that kept me from sleeping. So pretty early in the night I was standing at the windowsill that looked a lot like this one. It was in Cheshvan, right after yom tov. I have no idea how Nosson knew it was my birthday. On second thought, it really was just like Ariella to tell him about it. Right after we washed for the Friday night seudah, Nosson asked to speak. He announced to everyone that there was another “chasan” present who was no less important than he, and he began to sing Siman Tov U’mazel Tov. After everyone finished singing with him, he called me over and gave me a gift, a comic book about the meshalim of the Dubno Maggid. Ariella was very excited when I showed her the book after we got home. She doesn’t know that I’ve since lost the book, and I hope she never asks me for it. It’s been a long time since it disappeared; it happened around the time Nosson was niftar. I
was so stunned by his passing. Until then, I hadn’t known anyone who was alive and then died. My grandfather passed away when I was three, but I hardly remember anything from that age, and I’d only met him about four times in my life. There was also the older man from shul who would give chocolate to the kids; he was niftar when I was six or seven, but I didn’t know him that well, either. I remember learning mishnayos for him and wondering if, before he was niftar, he’d asked someone to take over his job of distributing chocolate. Well, either he didn’t ask anyone, or that person did not carry out his instructions, because we never got chocolate after that. So maybe I was a little sad that he passed away, but I don’t know how much of that was because of him and how much was because of the chocolate. With Nosson it was different. He passed away very suddenly. The truth is that it wasn’t so sudden; there were about two and a half weeks between the accident and when he was niftar. But I think that even twenty weeks wouldn’t have been enough time to absorb such a thing. Ariella had hardly had a chance to be his wife. Mommy even told me that there were things they hadn’t yet taken from our house to theirs. Now I’ll have to wait a long, long time, until Shoshi gets married, to have a new brother-in-law. I mean, I guess I could get a new brother-in-law sooner, through Ariella, but I can’t imagine her getting married again. She was a really successful girl once, and I was the one who was stuck, a good-for-nothing. Today she’s also stuck, poor thing, and it’s such a shame. Because at least I got used to it already. But it’s really not my problem. That’s what Tatty and Mommy would tell me if they knew what I was thinking about. To be continued…
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land was nominated to serve as interior secretary in the upcoming Biden administration. Haaland’s appointment is historic as she will be the first Native American to serve in a cabinet position. The interior department manages over 500 million acres of government land and includes agencies such as the National Parks Service and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Former Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawaii once called the Department of the Interior “the most important [cabinet position] because you are the custodian of America’s natural resources and custodian of America’s heritage.” Historically, the Interior Department has had a strained relationship with Native American tribes, and many see this as an attempted reset on an often rocky relation-
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ship. Jonathan Nez, president of the Navajo Nation tribe, called it “a historic and unprecedented day for all Indigenous people.” THE IMPACT: Joe Biden promised that his cabinet
would reflect the diversity of America. The appointment of Haaland helps him fulfill that commitment. However, some Democrats fear that Haaland’s selection will open up a competitive congressional seat to a potential Republican challenge and may unwittingly lead to a loss of a congressional seat and a slimming down of the Democratic congressional majority. Adding to this concern is that Biden has also selected Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (D-OH) and Congressman Cedric Richmond (D-LA) for roles in his administration. Democratic Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) said, “I’m certainly concerned by the slimming of the majority. I indicated to the administration very early on that I wanted them to be very careful in terms of the members that they appointed from Congress.”
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INGREDIENTS 2 lb. chicken cutlets Salt and pepper, for seasoning ¼ cup soy sauce ¼ cup honey ¼ cup ketchup 2 T. olive oil 2 cloves garlic ¼ tsp. red pepper flakes Chopped scallions, for garnish Sesame seeds, for garnish DIRECTIONS 1. Lightly season the cutlets with salt and pepper, and place them in your slow cooker. 2. In a bowl, mix together the soy sauce, honey, ketchup, oil, garlic and pepper flakes. 3. Pour this sauce over the chicken.
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4. Cook on low for 3 hours. The chicken is done when it’s cooked through and easy to shred.
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INGREDIENTS 2 lb. beef stew 1 lb. naval pastrami, cubed Salt and pepper 1 onion, sliced 1¼ tsp. salt, divided 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 T. tomato paste 4 stalks celery, sliced 5 large carrots or 1 bag (16 oz.) of baby carrots 2 large red potatoes, cubed 3 cups chicken stock (or water) 1 bay leaf
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Plucked from ducks and geese who manage to stay warm in frigid temperatures, down has earned its spot at the top of the list of preferred insulators. Let’s take a look at this extraordinary material and how producing down goes down.
rom mountain climbers and cross-country hikers in need of lightweight yet cozy jackets, to everyday folks in search of a warm blanket and a good night’s rest, no material compares to down. Down comes from the feathery insulation of waterfowl like duck and geese, with the former making up about 90% of the world’s down supply, and the latter being of much higher quality. Before discussing down and its almost magical properties, we need to first clarify what down is not: feathers. Feathers and down come from the exterior portions of the same birds, but they act very differently as insulators. Feathers, while warm and lightweight, have a more structured shape, which makes them less airy than the puffy down. Down, on the other hand, is the light and fluffy fiber found beneath the feathers, in direct contact with the body of the goose or duck. It’s typically taken from the underbelly, where it provides critical insulation. These little clusters trap air within them and provide superior insulation that is lighter, warmer, longer-lasting, and more flexible than feathers. Down looks like a ball of cotton candy, with thousands of tiny fibers extending out from the center — a perfect structure to trap heat in a lightweight manner. A clear illustration of this difference and what makes down so remarkably effective and highly sought after, is how the commercial manufacturers in China and elsewhere separate feathers from down. The feathers and down are loaded together into a large, spacious machine, and air jets are turned on to get the materials to fly around in the chamber. When the fans are turned
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off, the heavier feathers quickly fall to the bottom while the fluffy down continues to float about for a while before settling. Among the many source countries of goose down, Hungary is universally ranked highest in regard to thermal quality and comfort, with Poland not too far behind. While some suggest that this is due to the colder climates there, it appears that the real reason is Hungary’s long and proud tradition of raising geese — and raising
First we need to clarify what down is not: feathers. them well. While geese in colder regions produce more down, they do not necessarily produce better down, on a pound-for-pound basis. To learn more about the production of artisanal Hungarian goose down items, we spoke with Mrs. Chaya Vitty Weingarten, a chassidish woman from Belgium who founded and operates Hungarian Goosedown. Over the last few years, Mrs. Weingarten’s firm, based in Hungary, has become a top exporter of high-quality, longlasting, handcrafted Hungarian down comforters and pillows. She explained that many down producers in China or elsewhere use exaggerated
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or misleading terms to brand their down. Most notable is “Siberian goose down,” which sounds like something that will really keep you warm in frigid temperatures, even though there are no geese — and no down manufacturers — roaming around Siberia. Mrs. Weingarten’s introduction to the world of down came when her family was doing kiruv and educational work in Hungary. She would often buy high-quality Hungarian down items for friends and family back home, and soon realized the great demand for pure, authentic down. A few years ago, she launched her business, with the goal to make affordable down comforters and pillows available to the community. The best down comes from mature and free-range geese — and commercial manufacturers, in their quest to produce as much down as possible, do not provide this in their industrial settings. To get the highest-caliber material, Mrs. Weingarten says, she purchases large amounts of pure goose down directly from rural Hungarian farmers, whose well-treated geese are the ideal source of top-quality down. The pure down arrives clean, but her team washes it again to ensure that clients receive
material that is pristine, with no lingering smell. The products are all filled and sewn together by hand. Each blanket is designed with the “baffle box” method, in which a bunch of little squares are filled separately and stitched together to produce one contiguous item. These separated sections ensure that the down doesn’t migrate to one side, leaving the user with uneven coverage. Additionally, each pocket traps air inside, offering even more lightweight
ries or otherwise struggle with nighttime pain continue to marvel at how these creatively designed pillows provide comfort and, most importantly, a good night’s rest. Since goose down is all about its light weight and airiness, the material is measured in fill weight, which reflects the quantity of the down, and fill power, which measures the quality of the down. Fill power is determined by measuring how many cubic inches are filled with one ounce of down. The higher the number, the more air is trapped, leading to improved lightweight insulation. It is widely assumed that a fill power of 800 or more is far superior to one in the 500 range, but Mrs. Weingarten cautions that these higher fill power blankets do not last as long due to their lack of volume. Mrs. Weingarten’s team does not suction out the air from the pillows and blankets when shipping them to her local warehouse in Lakewood. She explains that, despite the higher cost of shipping, it’s worth keeping the air pockets structurally intact throughout. Her products have been selling
While “Siberian goose down” might sound like something that will really keep you warm in frigid temperatures, there are actually no geese — and no down manufacturers — roaming around Siberia.
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insulation. Mrs. Weingarten goes further and adds a six-inch border all around, for greater strength and improved trapping of warm air. For pillows, 100% down might sound cozy, but it isn’t something that works in practice as the sleeper’s head just sinks in. To remedy this issue, Mrs. Weingarten designed a layered pillow with down filling the top and bottom layers, and more structured feathers filling the pocket in the center. People who’ve suffered neck inju-
well since entering the market, with the significantly lower rates an added bonus to the great quality of nature’s best insulator done the right way. Despite a push by top labs to create synthetic warmers that can match the powers of down, nobody has been able to produce anything that combines the warmth, fluffiness, lightness and breathability of this magical material. When it comes to insulation, down continues to be the winner — hands down.
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As the winter sets in and grips us with its icy fingers, how thankful we are for the advent of heating and our ability to control the temperature within.
Sometimes the solution is as simple as snuggling under a blanket that is as warm, as light, or as breathable as one prefers. Here we have a look at the different types of warming protections out there — and there are many, each with its distinct features. Turns out that the term “blanket” is not a blanket statement at all.
Blankets The term “blanket” goes back to the fourteenth century, when Flemish weaver Thomas Blanquette presented to the public a tightly woven wool covering that could wrap its owner in warmth. What sets a blanket apart from other warmers is the fact that it’s made of only a single layer of wool, cotton, linen or just about any material. In hotels, and homes where flat sheet sets are used, blankets are part of standard bedding protocol, though the debate rages on as to whether the blanket should be under the comforter when sleeping (to avoid the necessity of frequent washing of the more-expensive comforter) or whether the comforter should be closest to the sleeper for optimal warmth. For our wee ones, blankets are the way to keep them warm, and the variety is endless — cozy, plush, wool, or so very breathable, like the muslins in which summer newborns love to be swaddled. And when it comes to childhood fuzzies, many kids actually become attached to that fleecy, cozy comfort and will prefer to use those blankies until they’re dog-eared and an overall disgrace. The military is still big on blankets, too, and that’s as far as the soldiers’ sleeping comfort goes. Made of 70% virgin wool and 30% synthetic materials, military blankets measure 62 by 80 inches, are fire retardant, and have been around for centuries. Blankets are also great as throws for couches and chairs, and come in every delightful color, material and design. You can choose beautiful chunky or fine knits, chenilles, sherpa or fleece. And come summer, light blankets adorn the beds in many homes where the A/C doesn’t get cranked up too high. Perhaps the latest on the blanket scene are wearable blankets to surround working individuals in comfort and warmth, as well as pocket blankets that provide a deep lower sack for toasty toes on frigid days. Warm
But inevitably, when there are two people residing under the dominion of the same thermostat, one of them likes things toasty and the other needs the temp to dip below 68 degrees for what they deem proper ventilation. What is a family to do in such a case? Who gets to sleep, and who gets to melt — or freeze?
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Quilts have nostalgia-evoking vibes reminiscent of colonial times, and they also have the distinction of being the first proper bedding, coming after a time when people slept under burlap bags filled with straw. And while we might find the notion of early American housewives frugally patching together fabric scraps charming, the truth is that our country’s first quilts were made from expensive imported textiles and were seen in upper-class homes only. Quilts are legendary for having been used to indicate safe houses in the Underground Railroad during the era of slavery, with different design motifs providing crucial instructions and alerting refugees to the safety conditions of the place. Quilts are made of three layers — the top, the backing and the batting between them — to provide warmth. Many quilts also feature ornate stitching, patchwork and motifs. Today, these quilts serve purposes more decorative and sentimental than functional, since these handmade items are delicate and generally don’t offer all that much comfort and warmth.
While we might find the notion of early American housewives frugally patching together fabric scraps charming, the truth is that our country’s first quilts were made from expensive imported textiles.
Comforters are, in essence, commercialized quilts with more heft and more basic stitching, born when the manufacture of handmade quilts segued into mechanical labor. Like quilts, they have a top, a backing and a filler — generally down or synthetic materials — and quilting to keep the stuffing evenly distributed. They’re more densely filled than duvets, making them flatter, heavier and less delicate — since comforters are designed to be used uncovered and laundered regularly. Comforters are popular as part of a sheet set ensemble, as well as in children’s rooms for their variety of patterns and colors, plus their ease in use and in bedmaking.
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Electric Blankets Heated blankets were created for those chilled-to-the-bone, chronically icy-toed fellows who hibernate indoors from the sun’s first dip. Oh, and for shivering sukkah-sleepers, too. A quality electric blanket is designed safely; most turn off automatically after ten hours. Cleaning instructions are to be followed exactly to keep safety at the max. The best overall heating blanket currently on the market, as nominated by Good Housekeeping, is this Sunbeam microplush heated blanket that has a remote with ten heat settings, a prewarming option, and automatically regulates and distributes heat throughout the night. Warmest
The French word duvet actually means down, a nod to the goose down that filled the first of these cozy warmers. Today, a duvet is a sack filled with insulating material — down, feathers or synthetic fillers. Although the original was a sack without any quilting, today’s versions often have stitching in place to keep the fill from shifting. Duvets are light and warm and among the most comfortable of bedding options. Duvets started out in Europe and then gained popularity in the United States, where many homes have retired the complicated top sheet sets. This probably explains why those whose families hail from Europe know of no other bedding option... Duvets are meant to be used with duvet covers, as they are not to be washed often (some must be dry-cleaned only), and they’re showcased in beautiful linen sets and crisply made beds.
Last year’s most popular item is still going strong (many claimed that InstaPot had to give up its prime spot in the sun for this one). These therapeutic blankets, which are usually filled with plastic pellets or glass beads, weigh between five and thirty pounds. The deep pressure stimulation they provide has a relaxing effect, relieving stress and creating a sense of calm for a good night’s sleep. Many children and adults have found that it alleviates anxiety, insomnia and ADHD restlessness, and brings relief to those with ASD and sensory issues in general. In addition to weighted blankets, there are a variety of other tools that can help those for whom the deep pressure can provide relief, among them weighted “hug” vests, dolls and teddy bears. Safety must be kept in mind when using any weighted products for young kids (and especially when the fill is a choking hazard). In general, the item should not exceed 10% of the individual’s body weight.
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Sewing machine or seamstress Okay, so there’s one catch to this project: You’ll need a sewing machine. Or a good friend with a sewing machine. Or you can do what I did and have a seamstress do the sewing. I still like to consider that a do-ityourself project; after all, I chose the fabric, cut it out, took it to the seamstress, showed her what to do, picked it up from the seamstress, and stuffed it — all on my own!
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• You’ll need two pieces of fabric, each one measuring 45” x 32”. • Choose fabric that’s heavyweight and has a bit of a stretch to it. • You can use the same fabric for both sides, choose coordinating patterns, or go with a color-block look. I chose a heather gray jersey for one side and a soft blue velour stripe for the other. • Be sure the fabric has a comfortable texture since you’ll be spending lots of cuddle time on it!
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Beanbag filler You’ll need 3.5 cubic feet (or 100 liters) of filler. You can use any of the following filler options: • Beanbag filling (have a vacuum cleaner on hand) • Shredded memory foam • Polyester fiber fill • Stuffed animals • Pillows and blankets You’ll also need:
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Let’s get started! 1. Cut both pieces of fabric to measure 45” x 32”. 2. Place them right sides facing each other. 3. Fold them lengthwise, with the open ends on top. 4. Measure 6” from the top right corner. 5. Draw a rounded edge, as shown. 6. Cut at the drawn line to round the end. 7. If you’re using a sewing machine, follow the next two steps. If you’re taking it to a seamstress, guide her on how to sew the fabric by following steps 8 and 9. 8. Open the folded fabrics. With the right sides still facing each other, sew down the two long sides and the rounded end, forming a Ushaped bag. Be sure to make the seam strong! 9. Turn the fabric right side out. Refold the open end the opposite way, as shown, and sew in the zipper. 10. Fill the beanbag with the filling of your choice.
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I see things, from behind my tin cup. See the emotions, the tears, the laughter. See the people in the swell of humanity that surrounds me, moving past me, the old woman, a hump of rags on a dirty, busy street. See the curious child, all bright and sparkling eyes and blond curls, with questions at every turn. See the busy mother, always rushing, rushing, rushing. Questions unanswered, voice cut off, the sparkle dims. Places to go, people to meet. See the stressed family, teenagers looking longingly into the window of expensive boutiques, at shoes they will never buy. See the dejected, lonely, poor and weak, all squaring their shoulders, facing the world. And me, I sit there, frozen in time, watching as the world moves past me in a blur of rushing color, to carpool, lunch dates and dentist appointments.
Today was that kind of day, the day that sucks all the energy out of me, leaving me shattered. I didn’t think it would be so hard with my husband out of a job. The endless stream of expenses, and the boiler is breaking, I know, I just don’t want to say it because then we’ll have to fix it with money we don’t have. Noami’s braces, the kids’ clothes, their shoes... Life swirls around me, a never-ending mantra of no money, no money, no money. Nothing to do, nowhere to turn. I wrap my son in his thick winter coat; I need some things from the grocery to make an easy supper before I fall apart. The cold hits me as I step out, a frigid curtain that makes the breath freeze in my throat. So cold, winter swirls about me, the snow moving in a cruel dance before my eyes. Eyes smarting, I trudge on. I forgot that it gets this cold, forgot the frigid iciness of winter seeping into my very bones. I huddle deeper into my pathetic pile of blankets, hoping that the snow that whirls around me will spur people to toss a coin into my rusty cup. But this is not to be. The few people braving the streets step gingerly around the old pile of rags, without even noticing the huddled old woman nestled within. I feel a sudden wetness on my cheeks, feel burning tears stream down my face. I can’t
believe I’m crying. I thought that the years on the street had hardened me dry. Tight as I pull the blankets around me, I can’t find even a modicum of warmth.
Perhaps it is the cold that makes me notice her, the woman who sits at the corner, pitiful, forgotten, alone. I shudder to think how cold she must be; only a few tattered blankets shelter her against the rain and snow that storm mercilessly around us.
winter swirls about me, the snow moving in a cruel dance before my eyes. The biting wind whips at me, icy knives of sleet to my face, and still, I can’t get her out of my mind. How desperate she must be to come to this, I think to myself, and breathe past the sudden thickness in my throat. My heart blooms with a burst of gratitude for the little we do have, because we really have so much. My son runs in front of me, hands outstretched to catch the falling snow. I hear his steps before I see him, the desperate staccato of footsteps on the icy street. He is a handsome child, cheeks ruddy from the cold, huge eyes darting to and fro. A lost child.
how her shaking hands curl pitifully around her tin cup. And suddenly, before my mind can grasp it, I am walking in the opposite direction, crossing the street, marching into the inviting warmth of the cafe at the corner. “One large coffee,” I say to the girl at the counter and watch as she takes a cup and fills it up with frothy brown richness. “Three dollars,” she says, voice bored, nails rapping impatiently on the shiny counter as I fumble with my purse. Three dollars. That’s crazy. You need every penny! a voice whispers rebelliously in my ear, and I hold out the money before I can change my mind. The cold hits me again as I step out. It’s darker already, night creeping in though it is still early. I cross the street, walk until I reach her. I hold out the coffee with a shaking hand before I lose my nerve, see the confusion as she raises her eyes to meet mine. I think of what it must be like to live in a pile of crumpled rags on the street corner, ignored, despised, alone. I know loneliness. I know despair. Perhaps we are not so different after all. “Here,” I say softly, and lean forward to give her the cup. She holds out her hand, trembling, as if in a trance. As our eyes lock, I see a flicker of understanding in her sad gray eyes, and I hope she hears the words unspoken, the thoughts unsaid. And for a moment, the world is warm.
“Come!” I shout as he tears past me, my voice rusty from misuse. “Come, I’ll help you, little boy!” He turns around quickly, startled, and darts away as soon as he catches sight of me. “Mommy!” he sobs, more desperate than before as tears fall from his eyes, spilling onto his cheeks. I could have been a mommy too! I cry, but the howling winds rip the soundless shout from my throat. My eyes bleed tears that turn into ice on my cheeks, and something inside me breaks and dies.
Where is he? It’s dangerous for him in this cold, and my heart quickens as I imagine him running on the cold, empty street, all alone. I try to run, bags weighing me down on either side, snow thickening around me. Where is he, where could he — And suddenly I see him, turning the corner, small body but a blur in the white. He stops. Is he talking to the beggar woman at the corner? A million reprimands of “Don’t talk to strangers” die on my lips as I think of her, a woman just like me, the only one who noticed a lost little boy. I quicken my pace to catch up with him, see his eyes light up and face relax as he recognizes me. We are standing right next to the woman now, close enough to see how the cold has bleached her fingers white,
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Whatever could be the matter? Leah was one of the most driven, successful, and wellliked people in her business, and she had an excellent position as a marketing manager in a large healthcare management company . But here she was, on the phone with me, sounding close to tears. “I’m at my wits end. I love the actual work that I do, but my supervisor makes it impossible for me to actually do my job! I can’t see a way of staying at this job… but I can’t afford leaving either!” Leah shared. “Just today, I walked into a meeting, and again got blamed in front of the entire company for something I didn’t do. Not only that, the Vice President took credit for the successful campaign idea I’ve been working on for the last month.” I listened as Leah shared the entire story, which had been escalating for months. The issue was with her supervisor. Leah was the manager of a team, and was great at her job. She was caring, supportive, and smart, and mentored her employees in a positive, productive way. Suzie, her supervisor (who was also the company Vice President), was exactly the opposite - tough, aggressive, manipulative, and had no issue trampling Leah’s hard work to make herself look better. Suzie’s behavior included shouting at employees, using inappropriate language, and going behind Leah’s back. Instead of consulting with Leah, she’d go directly to her team and give them direct instructions. Having to deal with the backstabbing on a constant basis had worn Leah down to this point, where she felt like there was no way out. The funny thing was though, the exact reason that Leah was feeling so stuck was the same reason that she was so well-liked by others! She was a nice, honest person. The issue was, when dealing with the kind of people who view everyone else as an enemy, being nice doesn’t work. What does work? “Nonviolent Communication”. I recommended a book by that name, by Marshall Rosenberg, which we used as a weekly guidebook. Each week, we would each read a section of the book, and then we’d practice ways of implementing these tools practically at work. (See sidebar for book tools) The most important change was recognizing that Suzie was the kind of person who saw everyone as an enemy. To make things work, Leah realized that she would first have to focus on showing Suzie that she was in fact an ally, without giving in to every demand. Learning new listening and validation skills, how to tune into another’s needs without bending to them, and letting go of personal expectations were all part of the process. One of the best tools that she learned was instead of saying immediately responding with a “No”, she could instead say something like: “I’d love to be able to do that, but unless another project is taken over by someone else, I simply won’t have the time”. After a few months of practicing these new skills, Leah was able to completely change the dynamic at work. No longer was I just heard back from Leah. It’s been a few years, and she reported that after a while, Suzie had left her job, and she had been promoted to Suzie’s role. Leah thanked me for teaching her tools that she was using every day. “Imagine if I had actually quit back then!” she pondered. “It’s amazing that despite being great at my job, what really helped me grow in my career was learning to speak to difficult people!”. I couldn’t agree more.
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We divided a basic Shabbos menu over six weeks. If the food featured on a given week isn’t on your Shabbos menu, feel free to teach your daughter the recipe of a different Shabbos food.
MOTHER: Present your daughter with the recipe and all relevant instructions, and be available for questions (and to provide just a bit of help!).
DAUGHTER: Look at the recipe. Gather the ingredients and the right utensils, read the instructions carefully, and don’t hesitate to ask for clarification!
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If you live in Monsey, you’re probably familiar with, and perhaps annoyed by, the Canada goose. But how much do you know about these waterfowl besides the fact that they’re everywhere and honk a lot? Here are a few tidbits to get you better acquainted with these big, loud birds. IN CHARACTER Even though geese are categorized as waterfowl, they spend most of their time on land. Geese are very social animals, and the relationships that form in a flock are both amazing and amusing to watch. For instance, they have strong affections for others in their group. If a goose gets sick or is wounded, a couple of other geese may drop out of formation to help and protect their injured friend. Where populations are dense, Canada geese commonly form gang broods, which are groups of 20 to 100 goslings from different parents that move around and feed together accompanied by a few adults. This is sometimes cooperative, with families joining up so that some adults can watch the babies while the others forage for food. Often, though, joining a gang brood isn’t voluntary, and in those cases, dominant pairs of geese attack and kill other adults and absorb their broods into their own. Either way, joining a gang brood is good for goslings, since larger families can more easily control the best foraging spots.
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IN FLIGHT In Asia, bar-headed geese regularly migrate over the Himalayan mountain range — and even over Mount Everest at an altitude of 30,750 feet, where the air is thin and the temperatures drop to -60 degrees! Canada geese usually fly in a large V-shaped formation for efficiency, with one bird in the lead and the others trailing behind it in two diverging lines. There are two reasons for this. First, the V-formation makes the flock more energetically efficient, with vortices of air created by each goose’s flapping giving some lift to the birds behind it. Second, the formation makes it easier for the geese to communicate and maintain visual contact with each other.
A GOOSE CAN REACH 32 TO 37 INCHES IN LENGTH AND 8 TO 22 POUNDS IN WEIGHT.
Geese have an average lifespan of 20 to 25 years.
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Once a year, adult geese will lose their flight and tail feathers. This process, which takes about six weeks, is called molting and renders the geese unable to fly until their new feathers have come in. Geese like to be near water during the molting season to be able to escape from predators.
Geese honk while in flight to enable communication and to encourage the flock to maintain a V-formation.
Some geese have serrated edges to their beaks that give them a toothy appearance, but it is an adaptation to their bill and not at all actual teeth.
THE GOOD AND THE BAD In the 1980s, after decades of poor hunting laws and unreliable habitats, geese were nearing extinction. During those years, less than 500,000 geese populated North American fields and landscapes. Over the past 40 years, however, much to the great delight of goose down–pluckers, geese have grown into a full-fledged society of their own, with over 5 million members of their breed vociferously occupying our landscapes. And we only have ourselves to blame. Over time, we’ve designed and created many spaces — think airports and parks — that possess all of the elements in which geese live and multiply: water, grass and unobstructed views. These prime habitats have turned the geese population into the queen of all nuisances. Aside from dining on our grass and crops and generally making themselves heard, the large size of their flocks mean they are the greatest hazards in airports. To avoid bird-aircraft collisions, employees at some airfields try deterring the geese by playing goose alarm calls, and when that doesn’t work, they often proceed with a ceremony of fireworks...
A GROUP OF GEESE IS CALLED A SKEIN IN FLIGHT, A GAGGLE ON THE GROUND, AND A FLOCK ANYWHERE.
Despite their naughtiness, these large birds do provide us with some benefits: their down. Those in the downharvesting industry remove goose down from the birds’ fur for people to enjoy. It takes the down from approximately 75+ birds (!) to make an average comforter.
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I met your melamed today. He gave me a great report!
So what do you say?
It’s… it’s stunning! What a beautiful stone!
I decided that such an exceptional student deserves a special gift!
Keep it well, son. It’s worth a lot! Make sure it doesn’t get scratched, because that will lower its value.
Did anything happen? Oy, such an ugly crack!
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A day later:
I ordered the best jewelsmiths. We’ll see what they say about the crack. Who knows, maybe they could fix it…
No, Tatty will be angry if I hide it from him. I’d better tell him about it.
Even if I will succeed in fixing it, there will always be a sign of the crack. I can’t help you.
No, it’s impossible. It will never be as beautiful as it was.
My sir, I have a suggestion for you: I’d like to emboss beautiful engravings on the stone with your son’s name and special embellishments —
And the scratch will look like a part of the embossment.
Not worth the bother.
Several weeks later:
Let’s hope so.
It’s… it’s unbelievable! It’s much more beautiful than before!
The crack was all for the best!
WHAT DOES THIS TELL US? “I am Yosef your brother,” Yosef said to his brothers who didn’t recognize him. The brothers looked at him in shocked silence. They deeply regretted selling him and were angry at themselves. Yosef told them, “Do not be sad… it was for our sustenance that Hashem sent me before you.” Yosef is saying, “I had a mission. There was a reason I was sold. Hashem — not you — sent me here, and it was all for the best, so that our father and yourselves would have food throughout the hunger.” Everything Hashem does is for the best! (The Dubno Maggid)
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W R I T T E N B Y: E L I S H E VA M A N N | T R A N S L AT E D B Y: M A L K A K AT Z M A N | I L LU S T R AT E D B Y: G I T T Y K A P E LU S H N I K
I wasn’t careful enough. Tatty warned me about this, and he’ll be upset. Maybe I shouldn’t tell him? Should I hide the stone?
Hint: Each Boggle board hides a word of nine let ters or more!
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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WINNER 1 Family name: Gottesman, 845-xxx-6213 Name of winner: Mommy Amount of points: 83 Names of competing players: Nechama, Devorie, Sorala Some words only the winner found: daily, glance, inlaid, plier The longest word found on the board: plaything A new word learned from the board: snarl
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Eliezer and Mordche Kritzler, menorah, mizbeach and peroches
ד דוד ישעי גרינוואל
Mendy, Yossy and Chevy Guttman
שמואל יצחק און חני סאמפאלינסקי
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Rivkala and Sendy Perlstein
Shloime, Dassy, Yidele and Henny Cohn
Akiva Mashinsky, 6
Moshe Lieberman, 3
Chany Stein and Miriam Goldman
Leiby Lieberman, 8
אהר’לע און הערשלע ראטה מיט זייער פעטער שמואלי גאלדמאן
Shloimy, Gitty, and Lipa Stern
ר יחיאל מעכיל אונגא
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TEACHING POSITIONS Yeshiva Spring Valley (boys) of Monsey has open positions in the General Studies department. Immediate openings available: Elementary School Teacher (M-TH 12:45-4:00); Elementary School Assistants (M-TH 12:45-4:00) Substitutes for various grades. Teaching experience a must. Professional atmosphere and competitive salary. Please include references and email to gss@yeshivaspringvalley. org or FAX to 845-3568551 Attn: General Studies Principal BOOKKEEPING POSITION Growing Home Care Company looking to hire full time bookkeeper. Solid knowledge of Quickbooks and some work experience required. Salary based on experience. Good benefits & work environment. Please send resume to jobs@ passioncare.com EMPLOYEE WANTED Return Processing Company looking to hire someone to work in the warehouse. Lots of Potential for the right candidate. Located in Northvale, NJ. Call/ Whatsapp 845-293-2592. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for son-rise teacher to fill one last slot for an adorable fun loving boy. Training & Feedback provided. please call 2742853 SALES HELP NEEDED Children’s clothing store in Monsey seeking to hire F/T sales lady/girl Call 845-4256500 Ext 500 and leave a clear message with name and phone number.
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CHEF WANTED Local restaurant looking to hire an experienced professional Chef. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for a high school/ post high school girl to work with an adorable girl with mild disabilities in the afternoon hours. 845-3527700 EXT. 230
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PYRAMID PLUMBING showroom in Monsey looking to hire a girl to help out with customer service, sales, and secretarial work. Needs to have great people and organizational skills. Great environment, Hours are Sunday 11-4 MondayThursday 9-5 Friday Closed. email resume to billing@ pyramidps.com CHESED 24/7 is looking for Volunteer drivers to take meals to the
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BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Warm & Loving babysitter in the Bates area. 10:00-2:30. 6months+. Please call 718935-0367 OVERNIGHT BABYSITTER Leave your toddler with a loving family. Referenced available. Please call E. Eisenberg 845-354-0205
SERVICES STARTING NEXT WEEK Exciting, interactive sholom bayis workshop. Learn powerful tools and true torah values in a lively, fun setting. Sury Freund 356-3035 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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SEAMSTRESS ON REGINA For all your alteration needs /Custom fittings for gowns. Please call 845-414-9030 KEYBOARD LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! Call Yitty @ 845-4267561 after 4:30 pm HELP WITH EHS If you are suffering from EHS Electro HyperSensitivity (Such as: headaches or any other symptoms from 4G cell phones, bluetooth, tablets) or if you have any helpful information regarding EHS please email to helpwithehs@ gmail.com we might be able to help you Bez”h
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PLEASE CALL OR TEXT 845-570-3020 CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula FREE Q&A CONFERENCE Free Q&A Conference Call with Mrs. Sury Rosenbaum. Join live this Monday Dec. 7 at 9 pm call 978-990-5066, playback 978-990-5092 access code for both 7441831. Get answers to your health concerns! SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931.
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GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos
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OUTDOOR HEATER Outdoor heater for rent $125/day. propane for 6-8 hours. Also available outdoor lighting & furniture, battery/ no wires. 914-329-5414
Enhance your gown with just the right petticoat! Kids and adults petticoats for rent! In the Bates area. Please Call or text between 8:30-10pm 845-746-7248 PROFESSIONAL HAIRCUTS & STYLING Great prices. Call Miri 845426-7561
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THE MEDICARE SPECIALIST For all you Medicare Needs/ Questions call The Medicare Specialist 845-572-5012 PROFESSIONAL PEARL RESTRINGING Free Pickup & Delivery 845352-5013. We accept credit cards! MONSEY ERUV Weekly updates 845-444ERUV(3788) SHELVING & HANDYWORK For all your custom shelving & around the house handy work & more call/text 347522-4872 FLY HIGH BALLOONS biggest selection of balloons for all occasions in the Weiner drive area call 8454223988 GARTLECH we fix knitted & crochet Gartlech & make beautiful professional fringes. We also teach how to knit & crochet. call: 917-414-3281
HOME ORGANIZING Dreaming of Organizing Your Home? Let’s Make it Possible! Declutter at an Affordable Rate. Sara: 845-270-2812
MASSAGE In The Comfort of Home. Call orText Sarah: 845-596-1373 OLYMPIA MANAGEMENT Let us handle all your bookkeeping needs, while giving you the freedom to focus on growing your business. Chaya@ olympiamgmt.com/ 845-2048466 ext 100 BAR MITZVAH PHOTOGRAPHY Quality and affordable bar mitzvah photography by Moshe Grunfeld call 917858-1054 or email moshe@ moshegrunfeld.com CUSTOM PHOTOBOOKS Attention Kallahs: Get your engagement/wedding album in time for Tu Bshvat. Call now to order. 845-213-7480
DEBT RELIEF having trubble with finances? join Debtors Anonymous Tuesday night @ 19 Robert Pitt # 113 , 7:30-8:30pm. visit www. debtorsanonymous.org LITTLE BEE
Great priced stretchies! In the Bates area. 845826-2185 MATH TURORING Regents/GED/TASC/SAT/ ACT Common Core, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Physics ALL Grades/Levels. call: 845-445-8003 MATH ANXIETY? I can help! All ages. All levels. Regents, SAT Prep, CLEPS, AP courses. Remediation and Enrichment also available Linda 845.538.5319
PICK UPS 845-461-3084
ARROWSMITH Is your child still in the same place after all that tutoring? The Arrowsmith Program has helped many children become successful in the regular classroom. Please call Mrs. Feuer to find out more 914-260-6449
ODDS & ENDS SEEKING DONATIONS Of toys, arts & crafts, or supplies, in good condition, for a Heimishe Moised. Call 845.500.3100 FLY HIGH BALLOONS Biggest selection of balloons for all occasions in the Weiner drive area call 8454223988 LOOKING TO PAY BACK
Want to pay back $14 for a woman who borrowed by park and ride about a year ago to travel with Monsey Trails. and contact info got deleted. 845-323-8729
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Are your kids out of the house leaving you with extra time? Do you want a job but have never really worked outside of the house before. We have the perfect job for you. Oversee and supervise mainstreamed girls in a dormitory setting, located in Monsey. Will schedule, hire and supervise staff, assist with program development and see that all programs are running efficiently. If interested in more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call btwn 11am-2pm Mon-Thurs 845-354-3233 ext. 1121
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KALLAH SNEAKERS White kallah sneakers available. Text 917-613-6579 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 CAR WANTED Local kollel looking for a car. 845-323-8222 GET INSPIRED Girls in Shidduchim get inspired with inspirational emails. Subscribe: email@example.com
GEMACHIM ECZEMA CREAM GEMACH Try before you buy! 2-3oz samples of many standard over the counter creams 845274-7858 BABY GEMACH short term loans of carseats, pack n plays, strollers, pumps and more! 845.397.7724 or visit soralasbabygemach. com.
BRIS GEMACH Le’n brucha bas tzvi pinchas hakohen . Bilkelach / kugel / fish chicken etc order one or all. 8452386691 TABLECLOTH GEMACH Beautiful fabric tablecloth all sizes. 352-8292
BENTCHER GEMACH Bentchers available for a simcha. Clean, matching, lucite bentcher cards available to use for a simcha. Call or text 347-404-2204
ACCESSORIES BASKET To place in the Chasunah Hall. Monsey halls only. No fee. 845-371-6857
EVENING BAG GEMACH Beautiful selection of evening bags for mother of the Chasson/Kallah. Text/Call 845-642-8527
FREE TZNIUS ALTERATIONS Free tznius basic alterations. On Ralph. Chevy Z. 845-4261313
BABIES LAYETTE GEMACH text 718-551-1732 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BECHER GEMACH Real bechers from our free-loan gemach. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@ gmail.com
BRIS GEMACH Segula stone to help bring down jaundice (yellow) in baby in time for bris, as late as night before. Deposit requested. 347-699-6418
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BEAUTIFUL BENCHERS (not Zemiros) 845-642-0910
NEOCATE GEMACH If you are in need or have extra Neocate formula, please call 718-853-4090 BRIS GEMACH located in Central Monsey. 617-955-3630. poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. BRIS GEMACH Located on Blauvelt Rd. 356-6215 poya, outfit, blanket and hat. 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 BRIS GEMACH Pillow, poya, outfit with hat & socks 845-425-6574 BRIS GEMACH Le’n brucha bas tzvi pinchas hakohen . Bilkelach / kugel / fish chicken. order one or all. 8452386691 PREEMIE SIZE BRIS OUTFIT Bris Outfit Gemach Preemie Size (under 6 lbs) Call or text 845.558.7065
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in our amazing after school respite program. Responsibilities include some paperwork, implementing schedule, overseeing staff. Hours: Monday-Thursday: 5:00-7:00 Great pay! Prior experience in special ed required. PLEASE SEND YOUR RESUME TO MSEKULA@CHESED247.ORG
LEV DEVORAH Layett gemach (845) 213-3646 COAT RACK Coat racks and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841 CHUPPA CARDS. call or text after 5pm. 347278-1278 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
EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests’ hearing. Baby headsets also available. 845202 -0105.
MATERNITY COAT GEMACH Beautiful down maternity coats. Sizes small, medium, large. chestnut ridge area. Limited Supply. TEXT ONLY NO CALLS more info 8455212912
FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785.
DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS, audiobooks and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660 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! OPWDD SD ADVICE with community classes and more. email slfydhm@gmail. com GOWN GEMACH mother and sister gowns size 0-12, by apt only. 845-4267496 or 845-352-3031.
CLICS GEMACH For your simcha 845-3525820 FORMULA GEMACH chani @ 347-267-3640 or Miriam 216-889-3643 GPS GEMACH Brand new, updated, with traffic. 845-352-2588 Leave msg. (Minimal fee) GOWN GEMACH. South Monsey Ladies gowns and petticoat gemach.call or text after 5pm. 347-278-1278 NEW GOWN GEMACH sisters of the Kallah/chasson. Adult Size 0-12. 845-517- 8808 GRAPHIC DESIGN GEMACH We create small graphic design projects like ads, logos, postcards etc. free of charge for non profit/ צדקה organizations or events. 774.371.0952 ELEGANT HATS For short term rental 845517-0838.
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COMPUTER HELP Advice on computers: upgrading, repairing, troubleshooting, etc. (862) 248-1931
CHARGER GEMACH Beautiful gold chargers (placemats) to make your simcha look beautiful! 845573-9772
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Seeking to hire a girl in our finance dept. Should have a knack for bookkeeping skills. Great potential!
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Seeking to hire a girl for HR Coordinator position. Requires organization and people skills. Excellent opportunity!
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Looking for a JOB? HOSPITAL SUPPLIES inc. TPN equipment, feeding pumps, NG tubes, & feeding supplies. donate/receive. 845746-8293. OT WATER URNS H 845-425-9211 HOSPITAL GOWN for maternity or hospitalization Tzniusdige & Comfortable. 845-425-8687 HEATER GEMACH 845 362 8666 FREE HOTLINE Increase the kedusha and strengthen your connection to Hashem. Women’s inspirational, interactive and informative hotline: Yiddish 6469271200 English 9179249900 HAIRCUTS & STYLING GEMACH For Professional styling & haircuts pls call. Very affordable rates 845-352-8101 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 טייערע כלה נוצט אויס דעם יום החופה מיט אן אלבום וואס ענטהאלט , שיעורים, הדרכה,השקפה וואכן פאר4 רעזעווירט.תפילות 845-352-2560 די חתונה KALLAH ACCESSORY GEMACH Everything you need for the kallah (except for the gown) Crown, veil, shoes, decktich, fur cape 845-426-0767 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
SIMCHA HAT $25. many styles/ colors. We also accept donations of elegant hats. 347 351 1604 LABOR BAG GEMACH Balls, massagers, etc. For an easier labor 845-425-8256/ Call, text 347-604-3274 LOAN GEMACH For Monsey-S.V. only: 845356-7964 845-425-8227 347385-1408 Please call between :6:30-8:00 P.M. 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 GEMACH מוהלים We are ready to sharpen your knives. 718-384-6214 MAKEUP GEMACH Beautiful makeup application for kallahs and her mother for a discounted price package. Call, text or WhatsApp Atara Grossman: 646-771-6534. SIMCHA MATERNITY GEMACH Please call 845-425-1725 PACK N PLAY We have New Pack n Plays email@example.com or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH free of charge for as long as necessary. 845-263-6027 PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256
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CURRENT JOB OPENINGS MONSEY/MONROE/NEW JERSEY • Office administration positions, Monsey and NJ • Experienced QuickBooks positions, Monsey and NJ • Accounting positions, Monsey and NJ • Office Manager, minimum 5 years experience, NJ • Male/Female, retail store salesperson, Monsey • Sales Assistant/Customer Service, 15 minutes from Monsey • Outside sales, Monsey and NJ • Cashier position, 6pm-11pm daily, Monsey • Warehouse Manager position, $70k, NJ • Warehouse positions w/ benefits and transportation, 45 minutes from Monsey • Warehouse positions, picking/sorting packages, Monsey and NJ • Mashgiach position in Matzo bakery, Monsey • Experienced Salesperson for Janitorial Supplies w/ base salary, NJ • Experienced Sourcing and Purchasing Manager, Monroe NY • Experienced Property/Construction Manager positions, Monsey and NJ • In-house Graphic designer, Monsey and Monroe • Licensed Social Worker, Monsey and Monroe • Occupational/Physical/Speech therapists, Monsey and Monroe • HR Compensation/Benefits Administrator, Monsey • Female Care Coordinator, NJ
• Case Manager, [BA or First Talmudical degree required] Monsey and Monroe • Yiddish speaking Family Support Liaison, Monsey • Yiddish speaking Fundraiser for local organization, great potential, Monsey • Accredited Medical Assistant, Monsey • Low voltage technician, Monsey • IT Technician, Level 2, Jersey City • Male/Female Website Director for a kitchen supplier company, Monroe NY • Financial Aid Administrator preferably w/ Excel/Access experience, Monsey • Copywriter and Content Creator w/ SEO experience, Monsey • Software Project Manager, Monsey/East Orange [possible remotely] • Female Payroll Administrator, Monsey • Bus Mechanic, Monsey • Financial company looking to hire Female Recruiter/Trainer to identify potential talent and train accordingly, Monsey • Experienced sheetrock/ acoustical ceiling estimator, Monsey • Male/Female medical biller, no experience necessary, Monsey • Female bookkeeper, no experience necessary, Monsey • F/T Handyman for a custom closet company, Monsey • Male/Female F/T experienced administrative assistant, Monsey • Ice cream store manager, requires hours on Motzei Shabbos and Sunday, Monsey
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SECRETARY AT SHARE 24/7 Looking for a full time secretary and receptionist for our corporate office. Must have experience with computers as well as graphics. Must be fluent in both English and Yiddish. CALL: 845-354-3233 ext.1120
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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 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.
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SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830 Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 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 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers, mikes, mixers, cables. 917-382-8809 TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105
SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH Accepting donations. New or gently used. 862-505-9546 SHABBOS SIMCHA GEMACH Becher, Challah deklich, Zemiros, Benchers… 845425-0498 TOY GEMACH Keep all the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513
RAIN UMBRELLA GEMACH Individual rain umbrellas for chuppas, outdoor events etc. No restocking fee. Call (no text) 216-470-9841 TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014 GIRLS CHASUNAH GOWN Very Elegant, Winter White trimmed with Black Velvet, girls size 14/16 for sale. Please Call 845-709-7161.
WHITE KALLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in brand new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851. WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036 WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 KOSHER WAZE Kosher Waze available for short term. Please call 845.587.1708. If no answer, please leave a message.
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 GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4. White base with mauve & blue embroidered flowers. pls call 845-596-9933 MATERNITY EVENING WEAR RENTAL Beautiful dresses for Chasuna, Bar Mitzvah, and
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חנוכה אצל אדמור"י ורבני עירינו שליט"א
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די קלאסן זענען געאייגנט פאר קינדער פון ½ 12יאר
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חנוכה אצל האדמו"ר מסקולען בקרית יואל
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Contents FYI: GEESE
FREE ISSUE 279 DECEMBER 23, 2020
פרשת ויגש ח’ טבת תשפ”א
CUPS IN THE COLD A winter encounter brings hearts together
DOWN WITH THE COLD! The fabulous and fluffy fiber that keeps us warm
WARM THEIR INSIDES Is there anything more comforting than supper in a slow cooker?
CRAFTING UP CUDDLES The DIY guide to beanbag bliss
WHAT DO YOU CALL THAT COVERING? How quilts, comforters, duvets and blankets vary in design
YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:
D. GORALNIK Content Editor:
E.M. NEIMAN Food Editor:
M.P. WERCBERGER Creative Director:
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