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A SMOOTH CUT (Re: Chocolate Rings and Glittery Things, Issue 274) I’m writing to thank you for the delicious chocolate log recipes. I tried the praline and the pecan chocolate logs recently, and they came out so pretty. However, I thought to mention that I sent one log to be served at a simcha, and since there were only cake knives provided, we had a hard time cutting the logs. (I then tried cutting the log at home with a good knife, and that worked well.) My question is: Did I do something wrong, or is it meant to be on the hard side? I would very much appreciate some clarification, since I really enjoy working with chocolate. Thanks in advance, F.F. MALKI TAUBER RESPONDS: Just as with any chocolate, the log must be at room temperature for it to be cut easily. Any metal knife, either blunt or sharp, should work well for slicing the chocolate logs featured.

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In one of the final scenes on their stage of power, the Egyptians found themselves plunged into darkness. The Midrash says that during the second phase of Makkas Choshech, even a candle could not remain lit because of the intense darkness. The pasuk states that during these last three days of Choshech, a person could not see his brother nor stand up from his place, while in the homes of the Yidden, there was light. Why does the Torah describe the darkness this way? Perhaps it could have given the more detailed imagery of the candles that could not be lit, but extinguished on their own. Why are the words “Lo ra’u ish es achiv — A man did not see his brother” (Shemos 10:23) used to define this period?

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IN A VILLAGE not far from the city of Vorka lived a Yid whose only son, born after many long years of waiting, was desperately ill. It soon reached the point where the doctors gave up all hope on the child. In his great anguish, the father made his way to his Rebbe, Reb Mendel of Vorka, and begged for a bracha that his son beat the odds and recover. The Rebbe leaned his head on his hands for a few long moments. When he lifted his face, it was marked with pain. “The gates of Shamayim are locked,” the Rebbe said sadly. “There’s nothing I can do to help you.” The poor Yid burst into uncontrollable sobs and left the room. He cried inconsolably the entire way home. Not long after he arrived at his house, there was a knock at the door. To his surprise, the Rebbe, Reb Mendel of Vorka himself, was standing at his doorstep. The chassid welcomed the Rebbe inside and asked about this strange visit. “When you stood before me,” said the Rebbe, “I knocked on the Shaarei Rachamim, but they were locked. But when I saw your pain, I asked myself how I could possibly help. I couldn’t poel a yeshuah for you, but I can share your pain! I came to cry along with you.” And with that, Rebbe and chassid sat side by side sobbing and pleading with Hashem to have rachmanus and heal the poor child. Indeed, the illness took a turn for the better, and within a short time, the child recovered.

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COVID-19 could see their conditions worsen for more than a week, if not longer. With treatment available nationwide, Esses said that anyone testing positive for COVID-19 who meets the criteria should contact their local hospital or bikur cholim to find out where monoclonal antibody treatment is available nearby. “We want to get the word out to everyone in our community,” said Esses. “If you have COVID, and you meet the eligibility criteria, don’t wait until you are really sick to seek treatment. Speak up, go to the ER, get the infusion and then go home and get better.”

Spring Valley Police Chief Retires It was a fond farewell for Spring Valley Police Chief Paul J. Modica, who retired last Friday, ending a 32-year career with the department. Over the years, Modica rose through the ranks, serving as a sergeant and a lieutenant before he became chief of the department. Modica was escorted from the Spring Valley Police headquarters on January 15 in an official procession. In attendance were Rockland County District Attorney Tom Walsh and a parade of dozens of marked and unmarked vehicles with flashing lights and sirens representing the Spring Valley, Ramapo, Stony Point and Haverstraw police departments, New York State Police, Spring Hill EMD, Ramapo EMS, Hatzolah of New Square, Rockland Paramedics, and Chaverim.


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Chaverim coordinator Yossi Margaretten credited Modica for introducing community-style policing in Spring Valley, giving residents an extra sense of security during difficult times. Margaretten praised Modica for stepping up patrols in Spring Valley, particularly around shuls, after the stabbings that took place last winter, and for the respect he and his staff showed during the levayah of the Skulener Rebbe in April 2019. “When the community needed him, he was always there for us,” said Margaretten. “We are grateful to him for his service and wish him well on his retirement.” Modica’s replacement has not yet been identified but is expected to be named in the near future.

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Bassi’s husband, visits the Reinesses with his young boys. The boys meet Osher and make fun of his name. The rav advises the Erenbaums to allow Ariella to go to Acco — for both Osher’s sake and her own.

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omething was subconsciously keeping Irit back from letting Ariealla go. “Tomorrow?” she asked with obvious skepticism. “Are you sure? It’s Wednesday! Wouldn’t it be better for you to wait until after Shabbos?” “I would actually be interested to know how he spends Shabbos there,” Ariella said. Her father nodded along. “And I made up with Mrs. Abramov that I’ll be coming before Shabbos. They use products with Badatz certification only, and she seems very happy to have me.” “She sounds nice,” her mother said. “But it’s hard for me to think about you being there alone for Shabbos.” “I won’t be alone,” Ariella said tersely. “That’s right — you’re never alone. But we will miss you here.” “And I’ll miss you too,” Ariella said. “But if I need to go anyway, then why push it off? What difference does it make if it’s this Shabbos or next Shabbos?” “I hope you’ll be back by next Shabbos,” her mother said. Ariella leaned back on the couch and remained silent. “All right.” Her mother sighed. “So, b’ezras Hashem, you’ll go tomorrow, and I hope you’ll be a good shaliach. Did you make a list of things you need to pack?” “Yes, and it will probably take me hours to do all the packing,” Ariella said as she stood up. “So maybe it’s a good idea for me to go home and get started.” “Won’t you wait for Shoshi and Lakey to get home? Oh…” “What’s the matter?”

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Irit got up and straightened the tablecloth. “Nothing really. They probably don’t want me to say why… but it’s important for them to see you before you leave.” “So maybe tell them to come over to me later?” Irit looked at her daughter. She sometimes had to remind herself that Ariella was an adult, with her own life. She needed quiet and the privacy of her own four walls, especially when she was exhausted. “Sure, go, sweetie. Would you like for Tatty to take you to the station tomorrow?” “We’ll see when I get up. If it’ll be early enough, I’ll call to see if he’s available to take me. If not, I’ll take a bus to the train station.” Ariella seemed to be in a hurry to escape, as if she was afraid of the impending good wishes, goodbyes and brachos. “We’ll talk later.” Irit busied herself with the flowers on the table, trying to make the moment easier for her daughter. “It’s not like once upon a time. You have a phone, and you’ll make sure to take your charger, of course, so we can be in touch there.” “Oh, thanks for reminding me about that. I’ll write it on my list the minute I get home.” As she made a move toward the door, Lakey and Shoshi walked in. “Ariella, are you leaving?” Lakey gasped. “Wait, we have something for you!” Theatrically, the two sisters presented their gift: a silver camera displayed on a carton wrapped in black. Standing behind it was a black and purple camera case, with a few wires and cords bound by a purple satin ribbon. “A camera! Oh my, you two really overdid it! It looks very expensive,” Ariella said, partly grateful, partly shocked. “You didn’t have to spend so much on me!” “Yes, we did,” Shoshi informed her. “But I’ll admit that the gift is not only from us. I mean, it’s hardly from us. Anyway, look at the card.” “I’m reading it now.” Leaning on the wall in the small hallway, Ariella opened the card and read out loud: “May you find your Osher, your happiness…”

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We were in the inner room, in the middle of a Mishnayos shiur, when the door to the carpentry shop opened. Reb Elazar did not hear it, apparently, because he continued to explain, “Eilu devarim b’Pesach dochin es ha’Shabbos.” He didn’t even realize at first that a few of the boys were exchanging glances. Then I stood up. “Osher?” the Rav asked. “Did you want to say something?” “I want to see who went into the carpentry shop,” I said. He thought for a moment, but didn’t say anything and then continued teaching. Reb Elazar doesn’t usually comment when I get up to move around or leave in the middle of a shiur. He claims that the whole shiur is not mandatory for us; whoever wants to can come in to learn. I usually join. And sometimes I leave. I walked out of the room and into the shop. Suddenly it struck me how different the two rooms were. The room we were learning in was the oldest room in the building. It didn’t look like it was ever renovated, or even painted. By comparison, the shop looked like a wedding hall — and so did the house upstairs. I wanted to see the differences again, so I went back into the shiur room. I noticed the old-fashioned rounded doorway, the really old walls with plaster peeking through the paint. I could also see long cracks snaking up to the ceiling. Then I looked up at the ceiling itself, which was adorned with all kinds of interesting geometric designs. “Osher?” Reb Elazar looked at me. “So, did someone come in?” “Uh, I don’t know. I just wanted to see how old this room is.” I stepped out again. I skirted all the planks ready to be cut and walked to the front of the room. Yes, the door was not fully closed, and I thought I saw a shadow behind the bookcase. “Hello, be careful over there!” I said. “My friend worked very hard on that bookcase. It’s not that stable when it’s not anchored to a wall, so please, be careful not to knock it over.” “Why don’t you just anchor it to the wall?” said the shadow who emerged from behind the bookcase. I looked at



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managed to fit neatly into the door frame. That’s why it was always open. I stood there and stuck a finger into the hole where the doorknob used to be, thinking how strange it was that this door was still here. “Osher?” the Rav asked. He was standing next to me; the shiur must have come to an end. “Why don’t you replace the door, Rebbi?” “We really should replace this one; you’re right.” Reb Elazar smiled broadly, but I saw that his eyes were not on me; they were searching out the visitor. He didn’t need to search for long; as soon as the man realized that the lesson was over, he came hurrying over from the other side of the shop. I looked again at the slats of wood that we called a “door.” Couldn’t it be replaced? What about the rest of the room? I walked inside. Most of the others had followed the Rav out. Some boys walked into the kitchen; others went down to the water. Only Effy Green, drinking peach-flavored seltzer, still sat in the corner. He looked at me, though he didn’t say a word when I walked around the room, examining the walls and the corner. I focused on a crack behind the Rav’s shtender and tried to listen to the voices coming from the shop. I couldn’t quite hear the words, but it was easy to discern the man’s raised voice and the Rav’s soothing tone. “Is he screaming at him?” I asked Effy. He glanced at me with half a smile, the kind of smile that I hate, and asked, “The wall at the shtender?” “What?” I was thrown off-guard. Then I realized what he meant, and bristled. “No! That man, at Reb Elazar!” “How should I know?” Effy shrugged as he placidly screwed shut the cap on the seltzer bottle. “They’re over there and I’m here. Like you.” I ran my finger over the crack.

“It’s too bad that we can’t reach an agreement,” the man said. I hadn’t liked the looks of him from the first minute, but he looked even less pleasant now. closed now. We’re not taking orders.” “We are not taking orders?” someone else said from behind me. “Since when do you take orders from anyone, Osher?” It was Dovid, who had recently become Shlomo’s assistant, sort of. He walked around my chair and approached the stranger. I couldn’t help but gawk at his enormous height, and for the first time, I wondered how old he was. “Hello, there,” he said to the man. “We’re closed for the day. You can come back tomorrow from ten in the morning, and we’ll be happy to serve you.” “Who said I came for the carpentry shop?” the man asked. “Then what do you want?” Dovid asked. “I have a personal matter that I want to discuss with the rabbi,” he said. “When is he finishing the shiur?” I stood up and walked back into the other room. The door to the shiur room, which was made from a few ancient, swollen pieces of wood, never

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There was a hole at the point where the crack came to an end. I stuck my finger inside, generating a small landslide of plaster and sand. “Are you looking for a treasure?” Effy asked as he stood up. “A treasure?” I almost swallowed my tongue. “No, I don’t think there’s any treasure here.” But even before I finished the sentence, I began to think about how nice it would be to discover a treasure. Not that it would be mine if I’d find it, because it was Reb Elazar’s house, but perhaps, as a token of appreciation, he would give me a small percentage... Even before I finished that thought, another thought jumped in to tell me that if there really was a treasure here, then the Rav certainly knew about it; that was probably why he didn’t want to sell his house. And he definitely wouldn’t need me to make a big deal about it. “Anyway, even if there was, he wouldn’t want me to publicize it or anything,” I said. “Who?” Effy, who was already standing at the doorway, glared at me, but I didn’t answer him. The voices of the Rav and his visitor were very close now, and I quickly straightened up and moved away from the wall. But they didn’t come in. Instead, I went out to them. “It’s too bad that we can’t reach an agreement,” the man said. I hadn’t liked the looks of him from the first minute, but he looked even less pleasant now. “I think we’ve come to a very clear agreement,” Reb Elazar said. “I’m not interested in selling the building. What more do I have to say than that?” “But, Mister, why don’t you understand that you’re ruining the whole project? It’s the entire row on this alley, and it makes no sense that because of this worthless building, the whole development should be held up! You know, we come, we speak nicely, we’re offering a sum of money that is far beyond what this property is really worth… Why are you being so stubborn?!” “I’m sorry.” Reb Elazar kept smiling. “But for now, I haven’t changed my mind.” “It doesn’t work that way!” The

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TRUMP’S DETRACTORS: The president’s strongest detractors consist of the ten Republicans who voted to impeach him. Most prominent among them is Liz Cheney (R-WY), who serves as House Republican Conference chair and holds the third-highest position in Republican House leadership. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), a veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, has emerged as a vocal House critic of the president. Perhaps the most surprising vote came from Tom Rice (R-SC), a hitherto staunch ally of the president representing a conservative South Carolina district. First-term Rep. Peter Meijer (R-MI) said that he is aware that his vote to impeach may spell the end of his political career, “But I think it’s also important that we have elected leaders who are not thinking solely about what’s in their individual self-interest, not what is going to be politically expedient, but what we actually need for the country.”


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tained that Trump’s rhetoric and actions were incorrect but that they did not rise to the level of an impeachable offense or that even if they did, impeachment would serve to deepen the partisan divide at a time when national unity is of utmost necessity. Republican Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said, “The president bears responsibility for Wednesday’s attack on Congress by mob rioters,” but that “a vote to impeach will further fan the flames of partisan division.” In a New York Times op-ed, Representative Tom Reed (R-NY) made a similar point when he argued that Trump must face justice but that a partisan impeachment was the wrong path to take. First-term GOP Rep. Nancy Mace (RSC) said, “I believe we need to hold the president accountable.” Still, she opposed the impeachment because it was rushed and violated “due process.” According to Congressman Jason Crow (D-CO), many Republicans feared physical harm should they vote for impeachment. Crow told MSNBC that “I had a lot of conversations with my Republican colleagues, and a couple of them broke down in tears — saying that they are afraid for their lives if they vote for this impeachment.” Tim Alberta, Politico’s chief political correspondent, said that his reporting confirmed that some Republicans were scared to vote for impeachment. In a similar vein, Congressman Peter Meijer (R-MI) said that some of his colleagues feared voting to confirm Biden’s electoral victory. He told Matt Welch of Reason Magazine that “I had colleagues who, when it came time to recognize reality and vote to certify Arizona and Pennsylvania in the Electoral College, they knew in their heart of hearts that they should’ve voted to certify, but some had legitimate concerns about the safety of their families.” TRUMP’S SUPPORTERS: Trump’s strongest supporters in Congress remained steadfast in their support of the president. Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) rose to defend the president and said that his fellow congressmen are motivated to impeach the president because “you hate him for putting America first.” Jim Jordan (R-OH), an ardent Trump supporter, said, “They impeached him once. And today, they’re trying to do it again. Despite all that, he never stopped working for you.” Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and Mo Brooks (R-AL) all remain committed and outspoken members of the so-called Trump congressional caucus. Newly elected Republican freshman Majorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and Lauren Boebert (R-CO), both of whom have previously espoused support for Qanon conspiracy theories, are expected to be reliable proTrump voices in the House. THE GOP IMPACT: Impeachment has deepened the existing rift in the Repub-

lican Party. Republican leadership would like to move on from Trump, especially post the recent Republican losses of the presidency and the Senate. There is a divide among Republican leadership regarding whether it is best to have the party break from Trump by convicting him in the Senate impeachment trial or by allowing Trump to fade away by himself post the Capitol riot debacle. Despite opposition from Republican leadership, Trump is still highly popular among a substantial portion of the Republican base. He retains support from many rank and file members of Congress. Trump will likely wield significant political power for the foreseeable future. The big political question is if the current chasm in the Republican Party is too wide to bridge and if the party is inevitably set on a path toward fragmenting into competing conservative and populist movements. THE NATIONAL IMPACT: The U.S. Senate will decide whether or not to convict President Trump. A conviction would require a two-thirds majority vote of the Senate, so Democrats will need Republican support. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will allow senators to vote according to their conscience on the matter, and GOP leadership will not work to hold a party line. Democratic Senate Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) also announced that he would not whip votes for this second impeachment trial. He told CNN’s Jake Tapper that “When it comes to an issue of this gravity and constitutional importance, members really have

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INGREDIENTS 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup graham cracker crumbs (10–12 crackers) ¾ cup brown sugar, divided 1 cup (2 sticks) melted margarine, divided ¼ cup sugar ½ tsp. cinnamon 2 cups chopped apples (about 2 apples) VANILLA GLAZE 2½ cups confectioners’ sugar 1 tsp. vanilla extract 3 T. plus 1 tsp. almond milk DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat the oven to 350°. Line a 9x13” pan with parchment paper and set aside. 2. Combine flour, graham cracker crumbs, ½ cup brown sugar, ¾ cup melted margarine, sugar and cinnamon in a bowl. Stir until well combined. Reserve 1 cup of the crumb mixture. 3. Press the remaining crumb mixture onto the bottom of the prepared pan. Bake for 10 minutes, then set aside. 4. Meanwhile, toss the remaining ¼ cup brown sugar with the apples. Spoon the apples over the baked crust. Stir the ¼ cup melted margarine into the remaining 1 cup of crumb mixture until it’s well incorporated. Sprinkle this mixture over the apples. 5. Bake for 40 to 45 minutes, until the apples are soft. Cool for 20 minutes. 6. Combine the glaze ingredients, and drizzle glaze over the apple bars. Let the bars cool completely to set. Cut them into squares and serve. Store leftovers in an airtight container. Refrigerating leftovers keeps them fresh longer, but it’s not necessary.

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CRUMBLE TOPPING ½ cup flour ¼ cup oats ⅓ cup brown sugar ¼ cup sugar ¼ tsp. salt ½ tsp. cinnamon 3 T. margarine, chilled and cut into cubes APPLE FILLING 8 apples 4 T. margarine ⅓ cup brown sugar ½ tsp. cinnamon A S S E M B LY Vanilla ice cream Caramel cream DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat the oven to 400°. 2. Prepare the crumble topping. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, oats, brown sugar, sugar, salt and cinnamon. Incorporate margarine into the mixture with two forks or with your hands until the mixture is crumbly. Set aside. 3. Peel and chop 2 apples. Place in a medium-sized saucepan. 4. Cut the tops off the remaining 6 apples. Use a spoon to scoop out the insides. (You don’t need to get out every little bit, just enough to create a “bowl” for the filling.) 5. Add the scooped-out insides of the apples to the chopped apples in the pot along with margarine, brown sugar and cinnamon, and sauté over medium heat for 8 to 10 minutes or until the apples are tender. Remove this mixture from the heat. 6. Fill the scooped-out apples with apple filling from the saucepan. Top with a generous amount of crumble. 7. Place the stuffed apples on a baking sheet, and bake for 10 to 15 minutes until the crumble topping is crispy. Serve warm, topped with ice cream and caramel sauce if desired. Enjoy!

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THE STAGES OF APPROVAL When it comes to pharmaceutical drugs, specifically, the road to the market is long and complex, with the average drug being in development for twelve to fourteen years before eventually being released into the wider world of patients and prescribers. The primary reason for the lengthy process is concerns over safety. While there are always potential side effects of drugs, it is vitally important to understand precisely what risk each drug carries, and at what levels of drug exposure those risks become unacceptable. This can happen only through trials and testing. But long before risk versus benefit is even taken into consideration, the germ of an idea must be formulated.

Because of the significant impact this device could have on humans at a time when few other viable options are available, the FDA has now designated these asparagus-based implants a Breakthrough Device — a designation that helps fast-track the approval of medical devices. Even so, trials on humans are set to begin only in about two years. It will take even longer for the device to make it to market. Nothing happens quickly in the world of medicine.

Discovery and Development Unlike Pelling’s eureka moment, most drugs begin with the problem, not the solution. Before setting out to discover how to treat a disease, researchers first choose a disease to focus on, aiming to understand the underlying mechanism in order to pinpoint the molecule (or protein) that is causing the condition. At that point, the molecule — called “the target” — can be isolated and tested against various chemical or biological compounds to see if there is any reactivity that could prove therapeutic. Large pharmaceutical companies maintain libraries with a mind-boggling number of compounds. Novartis Pharmaceuticals, for instance, has a collection of more than 2 million compounds! Some occur naturally in nature, while others have been created in a lab. Running these tests used to be extremely time-consuming as they were historically done by hand. Nowadays, robotic engineering has drastically sped up the research with a process called high throughput screening. In this process, automated machines do most of the work, carefully combining tiny, meticulously managed samples of the target with hundreds of thousands of compounds. Any notable activity that results is reported to a computer system. In this manner, researchers can narrow down the “hits” to a handful of compounds that may have the ability to alter the course of a disease. These hits are then zoomed in on and screened more carefully. Once a promising compound is found, tests are run to discover the manner in which it would be absorbed and eliminated in the body, how it might interact with other drugs or foods, and the best method of introducing the drug into the body. Take, for example, biological drugs, which generally must be administered via injection or infusion, because the drugs contain proteins that are destroyed easily by stomach acid. Other drugs may be suitable for oral prep-

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FUDGING THE FACTS Every pharmaceutical company wants its product to do well, to reach the market and save or enhance lives. But like it or not, money is a motivating factor in the drive to succeed. Trials cost a fortune, and by the time a drug hits the shelves, its manufacturers have laid out anywhere from $650 million to $5+ billion dollars! One of the factors that drives up costs for companies is that nearly 90% of tested drugs fail somewhere along the way when they prove themselves unsafe, resulting in a dead-ended waste of funds. There’s naturally a push to see one’s uber-expensive drug succeed, creating a conflict of interest that’s impossible to avoid when a company is conducting its own trials. Sadly, recent years have proven that pharmaceutical companies sometimes feel the pinch and aren’t above fudging the facts. Take OxyContin, for instance. Purdue Pharma, its manufacturer, was desperate for OxyContin to become the leading pain-relief prescription and therefore acted in an underhanded manner to get ahead. Despite heavily marketing the opioid as being a twelve-hour drug with low addiction potential, Purdue knew from original trials that the drug wore off far before the twelve-hour mark in many patients. This created a natural uptick in addiction as patients began to self-medicate more frequently to avoid pain. Or take Tamiflu. After convincing much of the world to stockpile massive amounts of the drug to combat flu epidemics, researchers began asking tough questions, such as: Why was there no reporting of neuropsychiatric events during the trials, when adverse neuropsychiatric events were noted in some patients around the world? Cochrane, a watchdog organization comprising medical and scientific professionals as well as laymen, realized that a huge percentage of trial data had never been made public. When they requested that data, they were refused access. Ultimately, Tamiflu was branded a product

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that was marketed with too much pomp and circumstance, its benefits overplayed and its negative traits downplayed.

BUT WAIT! Recent years have seen a surge in “Big Pharma” distrust, which translates into distrust of medicine itself. People are running to “alternative” products, assuming they are safer. But the truth is that humanity is undoubtedly indebted to Big Pharma for the myriad life-saving and life-enhancing drugs that have come our way. The oversight that goes into making brand-name medications far exceeds anything that the alternative world offers. Due to lack of regulation, the alternative market has many unscrupulous individuals passing off medication-laden, useless, and sometimes even dangerous products, freely calling them “herbal” or “natural” at whim, with the goal of wooing customers. That’s not to say that there aren’t quality products there; it’s just extremely difficult to separate the safe from the unsafe.

A pill being developed for those with arthritis, for instance, should preferably not be small in size, as grasping tiny items can be difficult for this population.

Even generic pharmaceuticals lack the oversight of pharmaceutical mega-giants, with far too many manufacturers of generics being located in places such as China or India, where inspections are infrequent and the products are often tainted or produced in unsanitary conditions. That alone is a redeeming factor in Big Pharma’s favor. It’s also important to note that despite areas of murky data, even the aforementioned drugs OxyContin and Tamiflu have merit for those who truly need them. Medication is never perfect; it’s an imperfect solution for imperfect people. But it’s often the best we’ve got. With Big Pharma, it’s natural to have a love-hate relationship. As they say: You can’t live with ‘em, but can’t live without ‘em.

SO, WHAT TO DO? According to Dr. Ben Goldacre, an outspoken physician seeking to overcome the flaws in drug development, there has to be a better way. One recommendation is that negative results — not just positive ones — must

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human dose. They can, however, often give a heads-up to researchers when a compound may prove dangerous. At this point, researchers begin to get an idea of potential human dosage, and they formulate different strengths of the medication to be used in a small group of volunteers, usually between 20 to 100 healthy, non-diseased volunteers. The medication is administered in varying doses to see what sort of side effects can be expected and what the uppermost limit of tolerable dosing would be. For example, in one experiment, a test drug was well tolerated up to a certain point, after which every volunteer began to vomit as certain processes in their neurological systems were activated. That was clearly the cut-off point of tolerability. At this point, some drugs prove themselves too dangerous or to have side effects that are too uncomfortable, and these are completely scrapped, sending the developers back to the drawing board. PHASE 2:

Clinical Research Once a drug is presumed safe for the human body, efficacy studies are begun on patients affected by the target disease. Usually a few hundred participants are given the drug at the dose chosen in the previous phase. The hopes are that the drug will prove itself therapeutic.


Only through careful monitoring of the patients does this information become available. PHASE 3:

Proof of Clinical Benefit Once knowledge of the safety and efficacy of a drug has been further established, the drug is administered to larger groups of volunteers who have the targeted condition. At this point, the main question being addressed is not Does this drug work?, but Does this drug work better than any treatment that is currently available? Because why replace the best possible option with something inferior? In order to receive unbiased results, a single-blind study may be conducted. This is when the researcher knows whether the volunteer is being administered the drug in question or a placebo — a non-medicinal fake — but the volunteer isn’t told what he is receiving. A double-blind study, which is sometimes used, is when both the researcher and the volunteer are kept in the dark, neither knowing if a placebo or the drug is being administered. The results of these studies are often (especially if positive, rarely if negative) published in medical journals to raise awareness of the up-and-coming drugs and the data points they’ve generated. After several years of studies are completed, an application is submitted to the FDA. The organization goes over the data carefully and either approves or rejects the drug for use in humans. Once approved, the drug can be launched, hopefully proving to be of benefit to mankind.

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be published in medical journals, with each trial having been registered with an unbiased party before beginning. As it is, publication bias and the sometimes hidden data prevent doctors and their patients from learning about the downside of medications and making proper risk-benefit analyses. Another way to raise the bar is to require trials to be conducted as randomized controlled trials, in which volunteers are randomly divided into two groups — one that will receive the new medication and the other that will receive either an older medication or a placebo, depending on the trial’s goal. Randomization ensures that there isn’t an unbalanced division of patients, such as would occur should the healthiest volunteers be placed in one group and the most acutely ill patients in the other, thereby skewing the results. Such manipulation can lead to medications that are statistically proven but fail to live up to the hype when actually used outside the lab. While there certainly are kinks in the system that cannot be ignored, the general desire for a safe product is overwhelmingly the goal of the industry. Strong research guidelines paired with oversight agencies, watchdog groups, and thinking physicians mean that the pharmaceutical industry is a blessing in the lives of many, providing truly lifechanging products where there would otherwise be a void. Despite the flaws, it would be incredibly unwise to “throw out the baby with the bathwater.”

THE FINAL COG Our physicians face a constant challenge to not be blinded by medical marketing that doesn’t always accurately reflect the studies, and to instead go beyond surface literature and delve into the data, listen to their patients, and monitor for adverse events. The burden they carry is a heavy one, indeed, for they are the final cog in getting the medicine to market. We owe these physicians a debt of gratitude for carrying this burden, and we pray that they always be blessed with siyata d’Shmaya.

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But humans are not rats, and these tests don’t tell the full story. They can, however, often give a heads-up to researchers when a compound may prove especially dangerous. PHASE 4:

Post-Market Monitoring Even when a drug has made it to market, not everything is known about how the drug will affect the entire range of patients. Simply making the jump from a few thousand test subjects to millions of medication-using patients can reveal negative data that wasn’t picked up on during trials. If significant safety concerns are raised, a drug needs to undergo further testing. Additionally, certain populations may not have been represented in trials, and their unique circumstances may cause previously unknown complications to surface. Long-term side effects that can occur years after using a drug are also watched for — something that isn’t possible in the primary test stages. All in all, the data that is accumulated for each drug is a process of many years and many tests. There are currently over 20,000 FDA-approved prescription drugs, as well as more than 6,500 categories of approved medical devices. While we must be thankful that they exist, we pray that Hashem should help us to never need any of them! A special thank you to medical professor and board certified dermatologist Dr. Marvin Rapaport for reviewing the information in this article.



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If you’re like me, you probably don’t think much about poison control. I mean, how often do kids devour laundry detergent or other toxic stuff? Very often, actually. The U.S. Poison Control Centers field one poison exposure report every fifteen seconds! And here’s a second detail you may not have been aware of: Toxic exposures are not limited to children. Of course, kids are curious. They explore the world through touch and taste. That’s why it isn’t unusual to find little ones with a swallowed coin — the culprit in 80% of swallowed objects! — or other ingested toxins they could get their little hands on. But while children under age six account for a disproportionate number of cases, toxicity plagues adults, too. The adult version of poisoning can generally be attributed to an overdose or confusion of meds. Food poisoning is also prevalent in this age group. So what happens when someone suspects a toxic incident? Luckily, there’s help out there, and it comes in the form of a vast and highly reliable information resource named the U.S. Poison Control Center. Poison Control, as it is referred to in short, is the go-to address, be it by phone, text or via their online diagnostic tool. As it’s the absolute authority on this subject, even paramedics and ER staff reach out to Poison Control for guidance. Take the case of one little girl who pasted her eyelids shut using Krazy glue. Those treating her in the emergency room had no clue how to get rid of the superglue without damaging the child’s eyes. The mother listened as the nurse called Poison Control and got step-bystep guidance on how to remove it.


WHAT TO DO Help! You suspect a toxic exposure (which is, by the way, the term toxicologists use rather than “poisoning,” because most of the time, when someone swallows or comes in contact with a substance that might be toxic, the effects are not nearly as bad as imagined). What is your first step? Obviously, if the person loses consciousness or has trouble breathing, drop everything and call Hatzolah! But if the patient is in stable condition or exhibits no symptoms at all, reach out to Poison Control. They’ll want to know pertinent details about the substance, the amount exposed to, time since exposure and the age and weight of the person involved. They usually ask for an email address so their dedicated staff can follow up with you. (Every case is documented and used for further research.) According to Poison Control, the first-aid tips listed below can really make a difference. Ideally, they should be performed within seconds or moments of exposure — even before reaching for the phone to dial Poison Control. For SWALLOWED POISON, drink a small amount of water or milk right away. POISON IN THE EYE should be rinsed immediately. Every second counts when a delay can cause vision loss! Irrigate the eye for 15 to 20 minutes under running room temperature water. The water should hit the nose and run gently into the eyes, rather than being poured directly into the eyes. Blinking is encouraged. Sometimes it’s easier to hop into the shower. A child can be wrapped in a towel and held under the tap. Rinse POISON ON SKIN immediately. Remove any contaminated clothes first. Sticky materials can be removed with mild soap, then let water run on the area for at least fifteen minutes. Move to fresh air as soon as POISON IS INHALED. Stay away from toxic fumes and gases.

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IS IT SERIOUS? Chani* was doing her homework. Meanwhile, without paying attention, she chewed on the end of her pencil. Soon she tasted something funny and realized she had swallowed some lead. She ran to her mother, who frantically called Poison Control. The lead inside our pencils is not real lead, she was told. It is non-toxic graphite, and there’s no need to worry. Indeed, most toxic exposures aren’t nearly as dangerous as people think. In 2017, 84% of poison exposures reported to the U.S. Poison Control Centers were actually nontoxic, minimally toxic or had only minor effects. But since there’s no way to know when an exposure is really serious, it’s smart to be on the safe side. Reach out to Poison Control; they have the information and knowledge to guide you. They know when a medical checkup is in order and when the situation can be safely monitored at home. Suri* was dismayed to find that her toddler had spilled the contents of her favorite reed diffuser. Little Yossi was holding a stick to his mouth, and the narrow-necked bottle sat near him, empty. The thought that there might be a poison issue didn’t cross her mind; Yossi seemed totally okay. But later that afternoon, Suri noticed that Yossi was unusually drowsy and that his skin was irritated, especially around his mouth. Poison Control advised that she have Yossi checked out at the ER for possible aspiration. He was discharged after six hours of observation… only to be back 24 hours later, at which time he was treated for lung inflammation.

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batteries, smaller than a dime? You may have noticed them in watches, toys, remote control devices or hearing aids. They are small enough to swallow, yet large enough to get stuck along the digestive tract. The danger is that the battery can form a full circuit and burn the insides of the digestive tract, causing tissue damage or worse. ENT specialist Chris Gindle says that “the problem with these injuries is that they’re not always apparent immediately. The battery gets in there and can start causing injury in about 15 minutes. It can cause severe injury in under two hours.” Poison Control warns parents to take prompt action even if no symptoms are apparent. The ER usually takes X-rays to determine whether the battery has already passed the esophagus. An interesting tip the Poison Con-

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trol Center offers: Swallow some honey! It slows the damage. (It’s important to note, though, that honey may cause infant botulism in kids under one year of age and should only be given to older children.) Batteries that get stuck inside the ear or nose should also be removed immediately. Another rising concern involves spray bottles. Let’s face it — if you were a toddler who found that bottle, you’d probably also give a squirt. It’s an irresistible activity for little ones! Studies show that while household cleaner injuries have gone down, spray-bottle injuries are up. Make sure to keep your spray bottles on the “off” position, and ideally, use them only when little eyes and hands are not around…

COVID CURE? Panic causes people to do drastic things. As was the case with one healthy, symptom-free couple in their sixties during the first wave of COVID… This couple from Phoenix, Arizona, heard that scientists were exploring chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine as a possible cure for COVID-19. Unfortunately, they took matters into their own hands and ingested a different form of this drug, chloroquine phosphate, which is an additive used to clean fish tanks. Very soon they were rushed to the hospital, where the husband died of chloroquine poisoning. The wife survived. This tragic story is a reminder to the rest of us to take medical advice only from a physician or other medical authority. * * * * *

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is to educate the public in order to limit the number of toxic accidents in the first place. Now that you’ve read through this article, consider yourself somewhat educated. Hopefully, just knowing the steps to take will be the best “insurance” against actually needing to put to practice any of the tips mentioned above… b’siyata d’Shmaya!

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Hi, again. I’m Hendy Friedman, and I’m ready to continue my story. Last week, I shared with you readers that I’d started working at Ohr V’Daas and was becoming increasingly aware that something wasn’t right with my health. At that stage in my life, even with my growing awareness, I hadn’t yet reached the point of actively looking for help. It was more of a cognitive period, during which I started compiling lists of symptoms in my head and comparing them to what I saw in other people. The comparisons were startling, and I began to wonder if anyone else in the world shared my experiences. I kept searching, and sometimes found people who had some of my symptoms, but never all of them. I got married in June of 1993, and as my health fluctuated, so did my symptoms. At one point I was weak and running a low-grade fever, and my worried doctor sent me for many blood tests. They revealed that I was seriously deficient in many basic vitamins and minerals, but none of my doctors made the connection to gluten intolerance. I assumed it was due to my limited diet and made the effort to eat more nutritious foods. I moved to Boro Park shortly after my first son was born, and for a while, attributed any symptoms I was experiencing to the stress of moving. Over the next few years, as my family grew, I started reading everything I could find about gastro issues, skin rashes and joint pain. I read books about candidiasis and cut out all foods that contain yeast. I so nobly ate my matzah every Shabbos, switched from bread to pasta, and avoided fermented foods like pickles and yogurt. I was already eating sourdough bread long before it was fashionable, and decades before it was even remotely palatable. Impressive, right? I was automatically eating less gluten than before, so I did see some mild improvement,

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but never more than that. I tried cutting out MSG and food coloring, which admittedly helped with my asthma, but didn’t touch my other symptoms. For years, every one of

I was already eating sourdough bread long before it was fashionable, and decades before it was even remotely palatable. my doctors told me that I clearly had some sort of autoimmune disorder, but they could never figure out what it was. My list of separate diagnoses kept growing. With all those letters after my name, I should have been awarded honorary degrees from every reputable institution of higher learning! I had asthma, allergies, chronic anemia, IBS, gastritis, GERD (acid reflux), too many skin diagnoses to list here, blood clotting abnormalities, gestational diabetes and hypertension, chronic fatigue, and idiopathic joint pain. Try listing those ten times, quickly. Can’t do it? Yeah, me neither. There is one period that stands out vividly in my mind. I was on bed rest for six months at that time, and as I then had a private practice as a special educator, I was unable to work during those months. Following that period, my daughter was born. She was quite small, and I was instructed not to expose her to other people during her first year, as she was at a much higher risk of becoming seriously ill. That pretty much precluded my running a private practice out of my home, nor could I take her to a babysitter with other kids, which resulted in a financial crisis for me. Well, anybody who has ever attempted to live more healthfully can tell you that proteins and produce are very expensive. Starches are relatively cheap. A pack of spaghetti goes a long way, espe-

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cially if you overcook it. I remember counting out enough change to buy everyone a ramen soup cup for dinner. They were cheap and satisfying, and after using up whatever we had received in the Tomchei Shabbos packages I depended on then, those Tradition soups became my lifeline. At least my family wasn’t hungry. I, however, felt worse than I had ever felt before. Every one of my symptoms got worse, and I developed new ones that greatly concerned my doctors. My blood test results were off the charts. My sedimentation rate, which measures inflammation and is considered high when above twenty, was consistently around one hundred. I was weaker and more tired than ever. My white blood cell count was extremely high as well, but despite being poked, prodded, pricked and examined from head to toe, my doctors were unable to come to a diagnosis that would explain my symptoms. I went through so many scans and tests — and even had a bone marrow biopsy with bone marrow cultures done — and spent so much time in medical offices, I started to feel like I was living in an alternate universe, one that was full of pain and discomfort, but offered no answers, no lifeline. I often wondered if, perhaps, I was exaggerating my symptoms, if they only existed inside my head, but then I would have to deal with feeling so ill, and I knew that it was real. Pretending that it wasn’t was simply wishful thinking, because if I were indeed a hypochondriac, I’d have one problem to solve, not several. Then I began to think that this was the life I had been given, that there were no answers, and I resigned myself to it. My relationship with Hashem has always been strong, and if that was what He wanted, I would accept it with love, or at least without complaint. (Okay, without too much complaint.)

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‫זיי מיינען אז איך בין מאדנע ווייל‬ ‫איך בין אזוי אנדערש אנגעטוען‪.‬‬ ‫איך מוז זיך אנטוען ווי‬ ‫עס פאסט פאר מיין‬ ‫נייע פאסטן‪.‬‬ ‫איך האב נישט קיין ברירה‪.‬‬ ‫ס'איז לצורך פרנסה!‬ ‫יענקל!‬

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Question: What’s worse than a headache? Answer: Trying to open the bottle of painkillers. Because there’s nothing a sick person loves more than trying to push that bottle cap hard enough while twisting it. Or aligning arrows beyond perfectly so the cap would deign to open. Grr! Couldn’t they make these things a bit easier to handle? Well, only 39 years ago, it was easy as pie to twist that cap and pop that pill. But with equal ease, pharmacy patrons could cure their ailments by pilfering just one or two pills, right off the shelf. No need to purchase that full bottle anymore! Until the pill heyday came to a tragic halt in 1982.

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CHICAGO TYLENOL MURDERS In the suburbs of Chicago, seven people died shortly after taking Tylenol. Investigation revealed that the capsules had been laced with potassium cyanide, and that the drugs had been tampered with in stores. The culprit, however, was never found. In quick action that was widely praised, Johnson & Johnson recalled $100 million worth of drugs and updated their packaging with a foil seal over the mouth of their drug bottles, a plastic ring over the neck, and a glued box. Just six months after the crisis, Tylenol became the first product in the industry to use the new, tamper-resistant packaging. An additional safety feature decided by Congress and the FDA: The lid of a medicinal jar should not be removable only by turning it into a special position.

IN HISTORY Prescription bottles have been around since the nineteenth century, when the germ theory became the prevalent theory as the cause for diseases, and society leaped forward on the path of modern medicine. The importance of our health is evident in how these bottles have been produced in thousands of varieties since then, gone from glass to plastic, and come with quite a few monikers too. Call them medicinal, chemical, druggist or prescription bottles and you’ll get the same definition: bottles for keeping medicines prescribed by a physician.

WHY ORANGE? Since some medicines are negatively affected by light, prescription bottles are colored to prevent a photochemical reaction from wreaking havoc on their contents. Orange and brown are most helpful in the damage control department, and incidentally, more cost-effective too. Orange’s vibrancy is also great when looking to find those meds in a mess! Other colors can also protect medication, and some companies personalize the bottles they manufacture by producing them in a different color. Target would be one example; they chose red.


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WHY THE EXTRA SPACE?

COTTON, ANYONE?

Ever opened a medicine bottle and felt like you were opening a bag of chips? Yup, same 50-50 ratio of product to air in the package. Why all the extra space?

Cotton started keeping pills company in the early 1900s. Worried about incorrect dosage if consumers were to pop broken pill fragments, the pharmaceutical company Bayer was the first to add the fluffy white stuff to its medicine bottles in order to prevent the pills from jiggling around inside and breaking.

The FDA requires ingredients, uses, directions, purposes, storage instructions and warnings to all be listed on the label of over-the-counter medications, and all this must fit onto the bottle and be large enough to read, too. Also, companies like to streamline the packaging of drugs as much as possible, so having fewer bottle sizes helps. The tools to make pill bottle molds are also very expensive, so that throws cost-effectiveness into the mix as well.

WHAT’S IN A LABEL? All over-the-counter medications must have a Drug Facts label on their outer package that tells you all about the med and when and how often to use it. The information is always presented in the same format: ACTIVE INGREDIENT/S: That’s a list of the therapeutic substance/s in an OTC medicine that makes the medicine work. PURPOSE: The action or category of this medicine (such as antacid, antihistamine and so on). USES: The desirable effects the active ingredients are likely to have and what symptoms or illnesses you can expect the medicine to treat. WARNING: Possible side effects. DIRECTIONS: How and when to take the medication. OTHER INFORMATION: Additional safety and storage instructions. INACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Any additions to the active ingredients

BOTTLE FUN! Did you know how amazingly nifty prescription bottles can be? Peel off the label, wash the bottle well, and have a grand time storing all that’s little. There is no end to the potential here; these bottles can hold bandages, beads, bobby pins, earrings, breath mints, buttons, cash, coins, glitter, rubber bands, safety pins, seeds, toothpicks and much more. Some even use a prescription bottle as a hideaway for a key! They glue a rock to the cover of a bottle, slip a key into said bottle, close it tightly, and push it into the earth. A stroke of genius, but one that is known to many thieves by now.

With the introduction of pill coatings in the 1980s, cotton balls were no longer needed. Indeed, Bayer stopped using cotton in 1999. But you know how it goes with an old, comfy routine. Customers had no clue the cotton was useless and had come to expect it. Some rely on cotton stuffing as an indicator that their bottle hasn’t been tampered with, and some believe it somehow keeps the pills fresher. And so, many companies have kept the cotton. The National Institutes of Health says the cotton can actually draw moisture into the bottle, and too much of that could cause the pills to stick together, altering their potency. So the next time you manage to manhandle a cotton ball out of your med container, feel no shame in dumping it!

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‫פרשת בא‬

Ten, twenty...

Thirtythree...

Great! I’ve collected a fair sum for our yom tov needs! I’ll do the shopping now.

Fortyone…

What’s more important?

Nice dishes?

Fish?

I don’t know where to start.

Vegetables? Chicken?

Wow, what a beautiful suit! It would give me such simchas yom tov…

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A masterpiece of a suit! Perfect trim, quality fabric, and the price is really fair!

This will honor yom tov, right? I’ll buy this suit.

Here are the coins I saved for yom tov expenses. Pack up the suit for me.


Look what I got for yom tov!

What will you eat on yom tov? Pieces of cloth from your fancy suit? Is this what you saved up for?

Wow, this is something special. And what about meat? Wine?

Umm… I don’t have any money left. This suit is expensive, quality fabric, you know…

Oy, what will I do now? Go back to the tailor and tell him you found a defect in the suit and want your money back!

Foolish man!

I want my money back! The suit you sold me has a defect! Look at these deep stitches…

Why are you returning his money? You could exchange this suit for another one!

The man didn’t come back because of the defect.

He wanted his money back. If I’d have exchanged the suit for another one, he’d have found another defect…

Then why did he come back?

WHAT DOES THIS TELL US? If your children ask you, the pasuk tells us, “What is this service for you?” then realize that there are two kinds of people who ask for the reasons for mitzvos: The first kind are true yirei Shamayim who want to understand the reason for mitzvos so they can do the mitzvos on a higher level, while the second kind ask in order to find fault with the mitzvos. We don’t answer or explain anything to them, because after every explanation, they would then find a new “fault.” (The Dubno Maggid)

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Quick, quick, quick…


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

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.

T V P O R

2. Once you have a winner, fill out the form below in its entirety

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1. Gather round the table to play a family game of Boggle, using this Boggle board.

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A I I S G K N E L U W

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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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ADVANCED

BOGGLE WINNERS

WINNER 1 Family name: Eisenbach, 845-xxx-2614 Name of winner: Trani Eisenbach Amount of points: 21 Names of competing players: Etty Adler Some words only the winner found: glue, nose, tail The longest word found on the board: endoscopy A new word learned from the board: endoscopy

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

WINNER 2 Family name: Markowitz, 845-xxx-2268

INTERMEDIATE

Name of winner: Idy Amount of points: 74 Names of competing players: Racheli

3

Some words only the winner found: adult, decor, dilated, diluted, scent The longest word found on the board: endoscopy A new word learned from the board: cult Last week’s nine-letter word: endoscopy

To claim your prize, tear out this sheet (on which your name appears) and bring it in to Nussy’s Cuisine.

2 7 4

6 9 5 3 3 9 1 3 1 4

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

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Thank you to the hundreds of readers who sent in beautifully colored pages! Keep coloring!

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Feel free to photocopy this coloring page for the entire family.

By: Faigy Jacobowitz Send your colored page to The Monsey View to enter a drawing for a chance to have your artwork featured in our pages and win $5 at Toys4U! Five lucky winners will be announced each week! To enter the raffle, email your colored page to comments@themonseyview.com, or mail it to 365 Route 59, Suite 239, Airmont, NY 10952. Submissions will be included in the drawing only if all information is filled in. Name:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone:______________________________________________ Age:____________________

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Full walkout basement, Magnificent 2 story foyer, Walking distance to monsey, Low East Ramapo taxes, 5 Beds 3 Baths, total of 10 rooms Bedrooms 5

Baths 3

Sq. feet 3,600

Joel Klein, Cell: 845.596.7399 Email: jkleinhomes@gmail.com Leiby Moster, Cell: 845.406.1470 Email: leomost@yahoo.com

Price

849k


Classifieds FOR SALE ONLINE GARAGE SALE To view free giveaway items and some items for sale please visit garaj.app. Submit your free giveaways at submit.garaj.app FORMULA ‫צו פארקויפן ניאויקעיט‬ $25 ‫ קען‬1 ‫ פאר‬$30 ‫פארמאלע‬ :‫ קעןס און מער רופט‬10 ‫פאר‬ 845.426.3237 YOYA /BABY PRIDE STROLLERS Now on sale, available in beautiful colors, ASTM standards, company backed warranty. Free delivery. Please call 845-263-2737 or 845-587-7941 OFFICE PRINTERS Second Hand Computers, Monitors, Scanners, Desks (regular and L shape), printers. Please call 845.570.1030 DRESSER FOR SALE Beautiful 3 door Italian dresser with mirror for sale. High sheen mahogany. Brand new condition. Best offer, pictures available, txt only 8457460486 MASTER BEDROOM SET (48” headboards dresser armor and night chest) for very good price. call or text 845-248-6426

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Magnificent fully furnished, 5bdrm, 12 bed, private KOSHER luxury home in Monsey on 1 acre property. Pool, jacuzzi, fireplace, trampoline, basketball, kosher grill. 10 minutes from Shul. Rate $800/nt. Catering option available. Text/Whatsapp for availability 845-3270266

PESACH RENTAL Seeking clean updated comfortable pesach rental minimum 5 bedroom tues or wed before chag will be well maintained open to any area near shul pls email honlev@ aol.com

HELP WANTED LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEER local drivers for chessed. Please call 845-352-1016 HELP WANTED Monsey office looking to hire a secretary to fill our customer service position. Please email resume to: HIRING825@gmail.com

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED/ AVAILABLE To volunteer to feed the sick or elderly, OR if you are in need of this service, Please call 845-352-1016 TEACHER NEEDED Girls school seeking math teacher for seventh and eighth grade. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 1:00 - 2:35. If interested please call 9178917208 for more information. (Transportation not provided) ACCOUNTANT Boutique Accounting Practice looking for an experienced accountant to join our team. Email resume to: jobs. boutiquefirm@gmail.com or Fax resume to (646) 792-3313

HELP WANTED Heimishe office is looking for a responsible female Bookkeeper to join our team. Office experience preferred. Please email hr@ adlersinsurance.com SEEKING TEACHER Monsey boy’s school seeks capable second grade teacher for the current school year.. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 1:45-4:10. Please email monseychederjob@ gmail.com. F/T SECRETARY Property management company is looking for a f/t secretary. Data entry, customer service and collection skills required. Please email resume to rcmanageoffice@gmail.com HELP WANTED

Monsey multi girl office has a few positions available Office experience a plus, Email resume jobs@ezdriveny. com POSITION AVAILABLE Growing Real Estate Office is looking to hire a full time secretary/office manager. Previous experience a plus. Driving required. Possibly part time secretary position also available. Please email resume to info@ prestigeequities.com


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SECRETARY WANTED Newark NJ. Heimishe business Looking to hire F/T female secretary, customer service, computer, phone skills, about 35 min. from Staten Island, 10 min. from Passaic, 30 min. from Monsey, hr@kaftorjudaica. com what’s app 845-5386666

F/T SECRETARY Monsey construction company looking for full time secretary. Must have customer service skills, basic familiarity with Excel and Quickbooks, and be proficient with Word and email usage. Please email Rehighviewoffice@gmail. com

TITLE 1 TEACHER Looking for a title one teacher from 3:15 to 4:15. Please email principal@imreibina.org

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SEEKING RECEPTION/ OPERATIONS Seeking full time Operations Manager. Must be super organized people’s person, hard-working, computer savvy, detail oriented, and outgoing. Please send resume to saram@everestequity.com SECRETARIAL POSITION Tech-based office looking for f/t mature assistant for data management and client assistance. Must be a quick learner, possess strong multitasking and interpersonal skills, and be proficient in English and Yiddish. Techsavvy a plus. Please email tm8455384712@gmail.com, Fax 845-209-3145, or call 845-393-1824 and leave a message

we currently have various office positons, part-time and full-time. Great environment, excellent benefits, paid Yom Tov. Send resume to jobs@ hamaspikrockland.org HELP WANTED Monsey office is looking to hire a female employee for Amazon listing and marketing- Experience is a must. Please email resume to: jobopportunity.ecommerce@ gmail.com JOB OPPORTUNITY High end showroom in Monroe is looking for an office administrator, coordinating office activities and operations. Excellent organizational skills and knowledge of Quick Books a must. Send resume to 9lakeresume@gmail.com

OFFICE JOB Local management office looking to fill multiple female full-time positions,9-5. Pleasant office environment. Graduates welcome and training provided. English, phone skills, is a must. Bookkeeping and QuickBooks experience is a plus. Please email resume to HRmonseymanagement@ gmail.com FULL TIME JOB Office in Lyndhurst NJ, Approx 40 min from Monsey, looking for Bright, responsible, motivated individual, to Join our Office Team. Beginners Welcome. Multi-tasking, Communication & organizational skills required. Nice growth potential & Great pay! Please call (347)678-2670 or email resume to: lyndhurstjob07071@gmail. com MTG. PROCESSOR A busy Mortgage Brokerage firm is seeking to hire loans processors, great pay for the right candidate. Office experience is a must, greater pay with loan processing experience. Immediate hire! Email Resume to monseyjobsoppertunity@ gmail.com

MEDICAL BILLER Local company looking for a medical biller. Part time option available. On the job training. Big opportunity for growth. Heimishe environment. Email resumes to careers@polarishcs.com. JOB OPENING! Insurance office is looking for a Secretary w/great Communication & Office skills. Plz email resume: insoffice1@gmail.com or call 262-0189 & Leave mssg. NOW HIRING! Full-time, entry-level positions available at Ark Mortgage. No experience necessary - we train. Excellent pay, benefits, paid vacation/holidays and career growth. Send resume to hr@ arkmortgage.com JOB OPENING! Exciting opportunity to work in a preschool classroom with master teachers! Immediate openings for two assistant teachers. Part-time and full-time positions available. Warm, friendly environment. Competitive pay. Excellent opportunity for growth. Please contact Mrs. Weisman for more information at (845) 362-8362 ext. 117, or rweisman@ohrreuven.com

Hamaspik of Rockland is looking to hire a woman/girl to work with a sweet, high functioning 7 year old girl every afternoon. Hours are 3-5 PM. Please call: 845-503-0410. 200 / THE MONSEY VIEW / January 20, 2021 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Lighting company looking to fill an administrative assistant position. Prior office experience required, included working with Microsoft Word and Excell. Good communication and organizational skills needed. Monsey based. Full time only. Email resume to gila@ consumerslighting.com

OFFICE POSITION Growing LTC pharmacy billing team is looking for motivated, detail oriented individuals to join our team. Welcoming and Heimishe environment. New graduates welcome. We offer great benefits and great pay! Transportation provided. Please send your resume to Resumes@medwizrx.com SECRETARY WANTED

Local Real Estate Office Position. Top Computer Knowledge. Organized, Responsible, Able to Multitask,Great phone and email communication skills, Excellent writing skills. Real Estate experience preferred. Email your resume to realtyjobs10@ gmail.com SALESLADY/GIRL WANTED Lily and Todd/ Pastel is looking to hire a full time sales lady/girl. Please call 845-425-6500 Ext 500 and leave a clear message.

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LOAN PROCESSOR Monsey mtg company has available positions for F/T, P/T & temporary experienced only female loan processor. Well paid. Email resume: officepositioninmonsey@ gmail.com

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HELP WANTED Local Monsey company looking for a medical billing manager. 3-5 years experience. Knowledge of home care a plus. Flexible hours. Pay commensurate with experience. Send resume to careers@ polarishcs.com

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HELP 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 JOB OPPORTUNITY Full time female office position available. Great phone skills required. Fax resume to 738-3652 or email info@lchaimcatering.com GREAT LOCAL OPPORTUNITY! Seeking F/T female secretary (female co-workers). Great Pay. Should have 1+ years experience in Bookkeeping, Microsoft & Google Suites. Motivated & works well independently. Email: hq.gminc@gmail.com HELP WANTED Looking for a friendly girl/ lady to do CH with a young lady on Sundays. If interested please call 845-325-7700 ext. 230.

Gutter Guard Installation Cleaning and Repirs PART TIME SECRETARY Looking for a married woman to fill a P/T secretarial position. Flexible hours. Needs to be fluent in Yiddish and English. Willing to pay for the right candidate. Email resume to: monseyhire@ gmail.com RECEPTIONIST WANTED Meaningful office opportunity with room for growth. Seeking a full time 9-5 Receptionist in our Rockland branch who enjoys interacting with people and has a passion for helping others. For more information or to submit a resume, please email hr@encoresupport.org or call 718-304-9977 ext 153 PRIVATE TEACHER

Looking for a Female teacher to teach three adorable 4 year old boys every morning from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Driver’s license and car required. Great Pay! Please call 845-503-0451.


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• Experienced sheetrock/ acoustical ceiling estimator, Monsey • Male/Female medical biller, no experience necessary, $18/hr, Monsey • Female bookkeeper, no experience necessary, $18/hr, Monsey • F/T Handyman for a custom closet company, Monsey • F/T Handyman for a kitchen installer company, Monsey • Ice cream store manager, requires hours on Motzei Shabbos and Sunday, Monsey

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Post construction cleaning HR SPECIALIST CARE MANAGERS F/T HR Specialist needed in a fast-paced local office to assist with employee related matters, recruitment assistance, onboarding and support. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and be an excellent communicator, both oral and written. We offer Competitive Pay and a Generous Benefits Package, which includes medical + FSA, vision and dental along with paid time off (such as holiday, vacation, sick and your birthday as a paid day off). To apply, please email your resume to hr@ hamaspikchoice.org

Rayim is looking to hire care managers with a bachelors degree in our Monsey office. Please email resume to reinhorn@rayim.org or call 845-782-7700 ext 210

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RESPITE COORDINATOR Rayim is looking to hire a creative and ambitious respite coordinator for the Sunday teenage program. Please email resume to reinhorn@rayim.org or call 845-352-7700 ext. 210 ADMINISTRATOR Growing Mesivta in Monsey looking for an Administrator. Must have computer skills. Please email resume to ohryosefrockland@gmail.com

GREENTAG BOUTIQUE IS HIRING! For the morning hours. Come work in a great environment while doing what you love. Mature woman with a flair for fashion. Please call (845) 274-6826. HELP WANTED Established Payroll company is looking to hire for an entrylevel full-time bookkeeping/ secretarial position. Please send your resume to info@ megapayusa.com or fax 845504-2713. HUMAN RESOURCE A nursing home group is seeking a strong Corporate Human Resources professional to join their team. Must have 5 years plus of relevant experience. healthcarecareers4@gmail. com

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY looking for a site manager to oversee daily operation. Detailed, organized, customer service and basic computer knowledge a must. Please email resume to managesitemonsey@gmail. com GET HIRED! Resumes written and perfected. Many clients successfully placed in their desired jobs. 845-659-6999 call or text. Lv. Msg, Or email: ombreresume@gmail.com.

LMSW-RN P/T POSITON Seeking an LMSW or RN for about 10 hours a week, flexible hours. Yiddish speaking required. Send resume to jobs@ hamaspikrockland.org IT TECHNICIAN Comfort Health is seeking to hire an IT Technician. Great potential. Insurance, PTO, Paid Holiday. A+ Certification or similar Required. Send resume to jobs@ comforthealthrc.org

HELP WANTED Rayim is looking to hire care managers with a bachelors degree in our Monsey office. Please email resume to reinhorn@rayim.org or call 845-782-7700 ext 210.

HELP WANTED Cleaning company is looking to hire great candidates for the Pesach Season From March 1 till Pesach. Drivers license Required. 646-5044273 Leave a message Or Email Greatconditions@ gmail.com

HELP WANTED Wesley Eye Care is looking for a front desk receptionist and a sales associate. This is a part time position including afternoon and evening hours as well as Sundays. Please E-mail Weslyeyecare@gmail. com for more information.

WAREHOUSE MANAGER Lighting showroom seeking a full-time warehouse manager. Good Pay. Must be able to lift heavy items. Must be proficient in excel. Must hold valid driver’s license. Contact; Mark@ consumerslighting.com


HELP WANTED Looking for a yiddish or hebrew speaking man for overnight companion-aide for elderly man. Please call 845-521-4244 ASSISTANT WANTED Seeking A warm, caring, capable multi-tasker to join our team as a Pre-1A girls full day assistant. If you are interested, please contact: Clight@chedermonsey.org for more information.

BABYSITTING BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Warm & Loving babysitter in the Bates area. 10:00-2:30. 6months+. Please call 718935-0367

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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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CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION CLASSES To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA)Certified Birth Doula REFLEXOLOGY Chase those winter illnesses away. Treating cough, sinusitis, ear infections and more. Also natural induction. Treating women and children successfully for many years. L Kruger 845.262.8520 KEYBOARD LESSONS Give your daughter the gift of music at a very reasonable price! Call Yitty @ 845-4267561 after 4:30 pm 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 GUITAR LESSONS by Moshe Klaver, for beginners of all ages. Very motivating and patient teacher. References available. (845) 746-0925. Shomer Shabbos

Empower With Knowledge! Virtual and In Person. Group & Private available. Bruchy Mayer 917-776-8542 LCCE/Certified postpartum doula SEWING COURSE One on One, by Esty Krauss. Group forming now for high school girls. call or text 845662-5931. PROFESSIONAL PIANO LESSONS and music theory by Miriam Ungar. Please call 845.502.1971 KEYBOARD PLAYER for all simchas $200 347-733-2023 PETTICOATS FOR RENT!

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 845746-7248

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Email Info@ SwiftStaffingGroup.com Property Administrator $20-$30 an hour, Lakewood Administrator $35K, Toms River Special Ed Enrollment Intake $30K, Boro Park Special Ed Service Coordinator $35K, Boro Park Service Coordinator $25+ an hour, Williamsburg Mortgage Office Manager $52K, Brooklyn Sales Position (Trucking) Salary + Commission, Monsey

Email Peri@ swiftstaffinggroup.com Tax Professional/ Public accounting $150K, Manhattan (Remotely) Controller/CFO with HR knowledge $85K, Brooklyn

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Men’s Respite Program Senior Staff needed to work with high functioning young men to run organized program and create curriculum. MUST DRIVE Mon-Thurs: 3:30-6:30PM, Sunday: 9AM-4PM | Great Salary, Sign-on Bonus

Call: 845-596-2487 or email: dhalberstam@chesed247.org

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BED REST? Will do the laundry. 213-7437

WHITE KALLAH SNEAKERS Text 917-613-6579

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TABLECLOTH GEMACH Beautiful fabric all sizes. 352-8292

BENTCHER GEMACH Clean, matching, lucite bentcher cards.Call/text 347404-2204

DECORATIVE DISHES Beautiful selection of gold trimmed bowls & trays available to set up your simcha 845-425-1721

EVENING BAG GEMACH for mother of the Chasson/ Kallah. Text/Call 845-6428527

PREEMIE GEMACH text or call 845-520-0475

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

FREE TZNIUS ALTERATIONS basic alterations. Chevy Z. 845-426-1313

BABY GEMACH short term loans of carseats, pack n plays, strollers, pumps and more! 845.397.7724

BECHER GEMACH Real bechers. 845-377-5671. KosYeshuos@gmail.com BIKE RACK GEMACH Fits all cars. Holds up to 3 bikes. 845-659-1863. BLUE LIGHT Make the bris on time. Located in Monsey. pls call before. 845.425.1919

NEOCATE GEMACH need or have extra? 718-8534090 BRIS GEMACH poya, pillow case, outfit, blanket. 617-955-3630. BRIS GEMACH poya, outfit, blanket and hat. 356-6215 FULLY INSURED

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BRIS PILLOW GEMACH and benchers with tfilos for bris and pidyon haben: 845213-0602 BRIS GEMACH bris outfit w hat, poya and pillowcase. 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 Bilkelach / kugel / fish chicken. order one or all. 8452386691 SEGULA STONE to bring down yellow in baby as late as night before bris. 347-699-6418 PREEMIE BRIS OUTFIT Bris Outfit for under 6 lbs Call/text 845.558.7065 COAT RACK and hangers for your simcha. 845-356-9841 CHUPPA CARDS. call/text after 5pm. 347-2781278 CHUPPAH TEFILLOS and tehillim booklets. 845213-0602. CARSEATS & BASSINET and pack n plays. 425-1202 CLICS GEMACH For your simcha 845-3525820

CHARGER GEMACH gold, for your simcha 845573-9772 MATERNITY COAT GEMACH down, Sizes small, medium, large. TEXT ONLY 8455212912 CHUPAH CARDS Lucite cards. 845.222.0456 OHEL RIFKA CHALLAH GMACH An opportunity for kallahs to be mafrish on their wedding day. FREE. Request dough at 929.257.1333 or kallahchallah@gmail.com )‫לע”נ רבקה יוכבד ע”ה (דייטש‬ ‫בת בנציון הלוי נ”י‬ DVD/VIDEO GEMACH DVDS, audiobooks and portable players for sick and homebound adults and children.425-2660

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WOMEN’S SUPPORTIVE APARTMENT Looking for female staff who MUST DRIVE. Work to assist 3 high functioning women Weekdays &/or Sundays 3pm – 7pm MINIMUM 2X / WEEK

ONE-ON-ONE Looking for female staff to work one-on-one with special needs individual. Weekdays &/or Sundays 4pm – 8pm MINIMUM 2X / WEEK CALL: 845-354-3233 EXT. 1112 OR EMAIL: RARONOWITZ@CHESED247.ORG

DOONA CAR SEAT GEMACH to loan for a short period of time 845-445-7474 DRESS GEMACH last chance! All white dresses now for sale at $11!! Many brand new! Gr8 for simchas and purim! Matching hairpieces avail 3711765 EAR-PLUG GEMACH for ba’alei simcha to protect your guests. 845- 202 -0105. FLORAL BISOMIM for your Simcha - 845-6292785. FREE MOVING BOXES Standard egg carton boxes. Call/text bet. 8-10:30pm. (845) 641-5536

COMPUTER HELP Advice on computers: upgrading, repairing, troubleshooting, etc. ‪(862) 248-1931‬

FREE BOXES for moving. 845-425-6826 or 845-608-7830. Donations of flattened boxes are welcome!

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

FORMULA GEMACH 347-267-3640 or 216-8893643

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For YOU to be a part of a dedicated group of Direct Care Providers to teach and influence young women to develop valuable life skills, achieve independence and reach their personal goals. 9-5 Monday-Thursday. 9-1 Fridays. Driving a Plus. Competitive Salary

ESTY DANZIGER • 845-535-1280

OPWDD SD ADVICE with community classes and more. email slfydhm@gmail. com

A Chesed 24/7 Division

EMAIL: PSTEEN@CHESED247.ORG OR CALL 845-354-3233 EXT. 1112

‫לעילוי נשמת‬ Will have the whole ‫ששה‬ ‫ סדרי משנה‬learned ‫לעילוי‬ ‫ נשמת‬your loved ones. Call / Text (917) 720-6392 LABOR BAG GEMACH Balls, massagers, etc. For an easier labor Call, text 347604-3274 LOAN GEMACH Monsey-S.V. only: 347-3851408 call bet. 6:30-8 PM LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION? Now available DVDs by Harav Amnon Yitzchok on various topics. For more info call Mazal 538-6802 MECHITZA’S 30’ - 5 six’ tables, 10 chairs stands and bus-boxes $100 deposit. $18 Donation call 845-445-8015 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 SIMCHA MATERNITY GEMACH 845-425-1725 PACK N PLAY New. tova222@gmail.com or text 845-216-4885 PHONE GEMACH We’ll lend you a phone free of charge for short term emergencies. 845-263-6027 PIDYON HABEN coins,silver tray, lace box, outfit 845-426-1681 845-6427256 PIDYON HABEN GEMACH Call/Text 845-579-2351 PACK N PLAY GEMACH over the weekend or short term use 18452386691


JOB OPPORTUNITY Master Faster is Looking for competent paras to join our growing team! Work with a BCBA and gain valuable experience!

Off-Site Day Hab Division is looking to hire DSPs for young individuals with disabilities. Great Pay • Flexible hours Call: 845-354-3233 ext 1255 or email: zgreenwald@chesed247.org

Our Shidduch office is open, If you would like to join as a Shadchan please call into the office for details. — LUSHEVES SHIDDUCH OFFICE — email: 1845-205-3544

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ROOF CARRIERS For all cars even without bars on roof. 845-659-1863. REFLECTOR GEMACH Hosting guest? Get them a reflector. 845-356-0815 REFLECTOR GEMACH for guests or having a simcha 347-977-6816 SHIFRA PUAH DOULA call to register in advance. 845-587-1649 SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: 845-608-7830 Ashkenaz: 845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718 SIDDUR/CHUMASH 558.4774 SOUND SYSTEM GEMACH Speakers, mikes, mixers, cables. 917-382-8809

Available opportunities:

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A Chesed 24/7 Division

Afternoons in a clinic based setting Full time and part time Morning and afternoon Afternoon Social Skills group twice a week Male and Female positions Submit resume to

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TOY GEMACH Keep the children busy by your simchas with tons of lego and clicks. 845-578-6513 TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105 TOY GEMACH exciting toys for free to help your children enjoy your simcha. Call/text 917-5383453. THE WEDDING KIT everythinng for Kallah/ Chosson’s family for wedding night. 845-371-2947 RAIN UMBRELLA GEMACH for chuppas, outdoor events etc. No restocking fee. Call 216-470-9841 TICHEL GEMACH Donations welcome. 845548-0014

SCHOOL SUPPLIES GEMACH 862-505-9546

TABLECLOTH GEMACH for your simchas 352-8292

SUITCASE GEMACH 845-371-9121

WHITE KALLAH SHOES. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\Text 845-200-0211

SHABBOS SIMCHA GEMACH Becher, Challah deklich, Zemiros, Benchers. 845-4250498

WEDDING KIT for Machetunim to take along. 845-425-2036

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SECRETARY Looking for a full time secretary and receptionist for our corporate office. Good computer skills as well as basic graphics required. Fluent in both English and Yiddish. Nice compensation & benefits. CONTACT: KFIREMAN@CHESED247.ORG 845-354-3233 EXT.1120

DO SOMETHING AMAZING EVERYDAY. JOIN OUR GROWING TEAM CURRENTLY SEEKING Staffing Specialists • Creative Marketer Care Coordinators • Biller • Billing Manager COMPETITIVE PAY | HEIMISHE ENVIRONMENT | BENEFIT PACKAGE PAID SICK LEAVE | TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED

Call 845.205.9513, or email resume to sfliegman@marquishc.com

230 N. Main Street • Spring Valley, NY 10977

WEDDING HAIR PIECES for children 3473001679 WE ACCEPT clothing, shoes and household items in new condition. To donate or receive call 347-731-3851. KOSHER WAZE for short term. call 845.587.1708

DRESSES/GOWNS MAGNIFICENT GOWN Exquisite gown for rent size 2-4. White base with mauve & blue embroidered flowers. pls call 845-596-9933 MECHTENISTE DRESS FOR SALE magnificent silver grey dress for mature mechteniste. size 14/16. pls call 845-352-3791. BRIDAL GOWN For sale Size 4 designer bridal gown asking $1500 negotiable. 845-642-7836

GIRLS CHASUNAH GOWN Very Elegant, Winter White trimmed with Black Velvet, girls size 14/16 for sale. Please Call 845-709-7161. GOLD GOWN Adorable gold gown by Dassy available to buy or rent. Toddler size 4. Call 422-5596 for more info

Black camera sx740 on the Monsey Trails. 917-671-6386 Mens Longines watch, rectangular face. 845-3568935 cellphone possibly at monsey hub area during last snowstorm. 3711765

GOWN FOR RENT

Silver/Grey colored gown size 2-4 8455380391 BLACK N GOLD GOWN Size 16-18 Black & gold gown $150. 608-1027 CUSTOM HALBERSTAM Black/white mid-length dress size 8-10 for rent. For more info call 845.425.0924

LOST Lost something? Found something? The Daily Return: Call/text: 845-538-0193, Email:

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FOUND small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612 Eternity ring a very long time ago. 845-352-4850 or 718607-5777 Pearl earring at 16 Pine Road erev Yom Kippur 845-9181504 one black velvet glove size L with clip on neil rd. Sunday parshas Bo. Call 845 641 8485 and lm Money found in Kupath Ezrah Nearly New Shop donated item. Please call 845641-0682.

Grey fuzzy blanket on Main st. 352-4267

FREE GIVEAWAYS many egg boxes for moving in great condition 8452386691 To view free giveaway items and some items for sale please visit garaj.app. Submit your free giveaways at submit.garaj.app Sz 36L wool men’s coat, also 43 men’s laces Mirage shoes in good condition call 347432-6669 Girls sz 36 black patent Shabbos shoe 347-432-6669

LATE ADS DRESS NEEDED

Looking to rent or buy elegant dark color Mechteniste dress size 12/14. 845-608-9934


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‫ברכת‬ ‫מזל טוב‬ ‫בלב מלא שמחה הננו בזה לברך‬ ‫ברכת מזל טוב לידידינו היקר‪ ,‬אהוב‬ ‫על כל יודעיו ומכיריו‪ ,‬הרבני החסיד‬ ‫מוה"ר‬

‫בערל‬ ‫פאללאק‬ ‫הי"ו‬

‫לר‚ל ני˘ו‡י ב˙ו ‪‰‬כל‪˙˘ ‰‬חי' ב˘עטו"מ‬ ‫עב”ג החתן המצוין‬

‫מרדכי נאה‬

‫ני”ו‬ ‫כמר‬ ‫בן מוה”ר אליעזר שמואל הי”ו‬ ‫ויה”ר שהזיווג יעלה יפה‪ ,‬ויהא קשר‬ ‫של קיימא ובנין עדי עד‪ ,‬ויזכו לבנות‬ ‫בית נאמן בישראל לתפארת ישראל‪,‬‬ ‫עדי נזכה לביאת גואל צדק בב”א‬

‫יואל איצקאוויטש‬ ‫בשם די גאנצע סטעף פון‬ ‫’די מאנסי און בארא פארק וויו’‬


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‫שמחת החתונה בבית ווישאווא ‪ -‬סערצין‬

‫אסיפת חינוך פאר הורי תלמודי תלמוד תורה צאנז קלויזענבורג אין בארא פארק‬

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‫ואך ן ונג‬ ‫ו יב ליס‬ ‫‪ 1‬בל ל ש‬ ‫גע רנא‬ ‫שו‬ ‫םז‬ ‫צו‬

‫מרכז הכוללים‬ ‫דשיכון סקווירא‬ ‫בנשיאות כ"ק מרן אדמו"ר שליט"א‬

‫כתר תורה‬

‫הרה”ג רבי אברהם ישעי’ וואזנער שליט”א‬ ‫מו”ץ ומרביץ תורה בקהילתנו‬ ‫ומראשי הכולל‬

‫דשיכון‬ ‫סקווירא‬

‫מרכז‬ ‫הכוללים‬

‫'‬ ‫כ‬

‫י ערל יכ ע ד י נ‬

‫ער'‬

‫"ה‬ ‫א ל‬ ‫שבט תשפ"‬

‫פ״‬

‫נזר מחזיק התורה‬

‫ק‬

‫מוה”ר יעקב יוסף אדלער הי”ו‬ ‫חבר הנהלת מרכז הכוללים‬

‫נזר עסקנות‬

‫מוה”ר משה האפשטיין הי”ו‬

‫עסקן נמרץ ומנכ”ל ת”ת סקווירא מאנסי‬

‫הדינער מוקדש לזכר נשמת‬

‫ידידנו היקר‬ ‫הרה”ח ר׳ חיים ב”ר ברוך אברהם ע”ה‬

‫לאפפלער‬

‫מחשובי תושבי שיכון סקווירא‬

‫ברגשי הודאה לה' ובשמחה עצומה‬ ‫שהחיינו והגיענו לזמן הזה מתכבדים אנו‬

‫להזמין את מעלת כבודכם לבא ולהשתתף‬ ‫בהמון חוגג במעמד הנשגב‬

‫דינער חנוכת הבית‬ ‫לרגל גמר הבנין החדש‬ ‫כלילת יופי בתכלית הפאר וההדר‬ ‫אכסניא של תורה ומגדל‪-‬אור ללמעלה מאלף לומדי הכוללים‬

‫נר זכרון‬

‫לז״נ האי אדם היקר‬

‫הרה”ח ר’ מרדכי שמואל ע”ה קארן‬ ‫בן חביב להרה”ח‬

‫ר’ שלמה זלקא ז”ל‪ ,‬מנהל הכוללים‬

‫מוקירים זכרו‬ ‫ידידנו היקר‬

‫הרה”ח ר׳ שאול יחזקאל ב״ר‬ ‫מאיר חיים ע”ה ראזענבלום‬

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‫מנאמני ותומכי מרכז הכוללים‬

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‫ניחום אבלים אצל האדמו"ר מסאמבור על פטירת אביו זצ"ל‬

‫נורסערי קינדער פון ת"ת וויען באזוכן אין סאנדערס בעקעריי‬

‫האדמו"ר מזלאטשוב בתפילה אצל‬ ‫ציון הרה"ק מריבניצא זי"ע‬

‫מסיבת סיום במסגרת סדר ושננתם בת"ת נחלת עזריאל יהודה וויען‬

‫קינדער פון ת"ת לגדל וועלכע לערנען המוציא באזוכן אין זושא'ס בעקעריי‬

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‫ואנוהו‪ .‬התנאה לפניו במצות‬


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FREE ISSUE 283 JANUARY 20, 2021

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TO ALTER THE COURSE OF ILLNESS What goes into medicine-making?

FYI: MEDICINE BOTTLES

THE POWER OF A PILL

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Week in Review

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The Black Sheep

116 //

Political Pulse

125 // Food 140 //

Making It to Market

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Poison Control

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All It Takes

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My Celiac Saga

182 // FYI 184 //

Parsha Parables

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Fun Pages

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