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In the Midbar, the Yidden were treated to one of the greatest nissim of all time – perfectly prepared Heavenly food. With practically no effort, they were provided with blessed sustenance. In describing it to Moshe, Hashem says the mann rained down from Heaven as a test for Bnei Yisroel to see whether they would follow the Torah or not (Shemos 16:4). The Nesivos Sholom wonders about the words “l’maan anasenu.” The mann was a miracle; why, then, is it considered a nisayon, a test? In addition, the Yidden experienced many nissim in the Midbar and never were they commanded to keep a tangible remembrance. Only when it came to the mann did Hashem instruct Moshe to preserve a jar for all generations. Why?

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HE WAS A TALMID of the Chozeh of Lublin, and he traveled to his Rebbe from time to time. In Lublin, he would rent a room and spend his days in Torah and avodah in the Rebbe’s court. He used to stay for a few weeks at a time, returning home once his money ran out. During one visit, on a Thursday morning, the talmid discovered that his funds were low. It was time to go home. Before he left, he went to part with the Rebbe. “Why don’t you remain over Shabbos?” the Rebbe asked. “I can’t afford it.” “Be my guest,” the Rebbe said warmly. The talmid was only too happy to comply. What could be better than sitting at the Rebbe’s table? The table was set with Shabbos finery. The Rebbe made Kiddush, and everyone sat down to the Friday night seudah. The talmid received a piece of challah, and then the fish was brought in. But before he had a chance to eat, his plate somehow turned over and his fish fell to the floor. Nu, so he wouldn’t have his fish. The talmid sat quietly, waiting for the next course to be served. But when the soup came, there was no portion for him! Every last drop had been ladled out of the pot to scrape together a bowl for the person sitting near him. The talmid was growing hungry, and even more so, it felt strange to be seated at the Shabbos table without taking a morsel other than challah into his mouth! He got up for a couple of minutes, and when he returned, he saw everyone finishing up their main course. And no one had thought to leave a portion at his place. It was bizarre. He could be mevater on his food, but was this called oneg Shabbos? The most surprising thing happened the following day. The scene repeated itself! Besides for the piece

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Serving customers got even better at Culinary Depot’s brand-new headquarters complete with a Superstore, coffee station and test kitchen Dov Soiefer, a Senior Sales Executive, discusses the evolution of Culinary Depot over the past 21 years, the impact it has made on the kosher commercial food service industry, and its mission of standing behind its products and providing first-rate service to its customers. What exactly does Culinary Depot do? To put it simply, what we do is make our customers’ lives easier. When it comes to commercial food service equipment and supplies, we’ve developed the largest presence in the kosher industry. We can take a commercial kitchen project, walk you through what you need, and take care of it from A to Z, from creating the design all the way through fully equipping the space. Although we specialize in commercial kitchens for venues like restaurants, shuls, yeshivos and supermarkets, we are here for the entire community, servicing individual home and simcha needs as well. Our goal is to provide solutions for our customers. Before any recommendation, we speak to the customer to get an understanding of what they are looking to purchase and how

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they plan on using the product. Only once we get the whole picture can we provide the right equipment that’ll ensure that food preparation will be productive and efficient.

So it’s not all about making the sale?

Not at all. As an example, an owner of a deli once approached me about purchasing a slicer. My first question was, “What do you need it for?” When he told me he was going to experiment with a new product, I could have sold him the most expensive slicer we carry, but instead I told him to go home, order the cheapest slicer he could find online, and use it until his product takes off. In the end he never came back for the slicer, because his product didn’t take off, and my advice saved him a large sum of money. I could have made a sale, but instead he learned that at Culinary Depot, we have the customer’s best interests at heart.

What is Culinary Depot’s motto? The right equipment is everything. It is the reason we go out of our way to provide customers with exactly what they need. When someone comes into the store, first we talk. If he wants to buy a hot water urn, for instance, we don’t want him to just take it off the shelf and bring it to the counter. We want to know: How many people is it going to serve? Did he measure his kitchen to make sure there’s enough space for it? I make


sure he’s aware that we only sell commercial urns, which we don’t necessarily recommend for home use because they are so much taller and have hotter surfaces. And in the case where someone wants a hot water dispenser with an automatic water refill system for a shul, I won’t sell it unless he assures me he will use it with a filter, since Rockland County’s hard water will build up and void the warranty.

How has Culinary Depot helped the kosher consumer? Besides providing every product a kosher kitchen needs, we help the kosher consumer in many other ways. For instance, Culinary Depot spent a significant amount of time and money to get a hechsher on commercial freezers. We understood this was necessary for our commercial customers and found a way to provide it. To accomplish that, Culinary Depot worked with kashrus agencies and the largest commercial refrigeration company, who was willing to create a custom setting for us. Another example is the Traulsen refrigerator model we sell, which has a kosher Shabbos mode under rabbinical supervision. We did the same thing with Vulcan, a top manufacturer of commercial convection ovens, and we are now proud to sell an oven with a special setting to prevent bishul akum issues.

What’s unique about your Superstore? Besides for our coffee station where people from the community feel enough like family to just drop by for coffee, a Danish and a schmooze, the Superstore provides an unparalleled collection of premier kitchen equipment and gadgets under one roof, all displayed in an open, easily accessible layout. In addition, we built a state-of-the-art test kitchen, in which the most innovative pieces of equipment were installed. Any chef can come in and use our kitchen as a playground to try out equipment they’re considering to purchase and to test recipes. Manufacturers also send down corporate chefs to show our customers how to work their specific machines.

Is Monsey home to the only Culinary Depot store? Monsey is where it all began. It is where our headquarters is located, and it is the only place with a Superstore. However, we have a sales team that will travel to meet and work on any project in the tri-state area: Monsey, Brooklyn, Lakewood and beyond. In addition to the many projects we have completed in the tri-state area, we’ve worked on many other projects nationally and internationally. For example, we just completed the kitchen for Yeshiva Bais Yehudah in Detroit, Michigan, and Yeshiva Ner Yisroel in Baltimore, Maryland. Additionally, we have Culinary Depot offices in six different states to optimally service our customers nationwide: New York, New Jersey, Florida, Nevada, South Carolina and California.

Where are the more unusual jobs Culinary Depot has done? We set up a kitchen in Uman that feeds 12,000 people a day over Rosh Hashanah. We’ve shipped commercial kitchen equipment to military bases in Afghanistan and Iraq. We’ve set up kitchens for Chabad Houses — in The Shul in Surfside, Florida; in Tenafly, New Jersey; and in Texas.

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And a few years ago, when Camp Agudah had a fire that damaged their kitchen and dining room a few days before opening day, they called us. They set up a tent so camp could start on schedule, and they were wondering how they could operate a kitchen out of it. We got straight to work, and in just four days set up a kitchen in which a thousand meals were prepared daily.

So you prefer to concentrate on big jobs, like the Uman kitchen and commercial kitchens? Not at all. Although sometimes the big jobs make it to the news, we are here to help every customer; no sale is too small. We’re even happy to help with simchos or anyone simply wanting culinary advice. Our standard jobs cover everything from mom-and-pop shops and local delis, to a maximum security prison kitchen.

Can you tell our readers something about your history? How did you get started? Culinary Depot started with two used mixers sold out of a garage. It all began when Sholem Potash, Culinary Depot’s founder — then a chef in South Fallsburg who also worked for the Gateway retreats — realized there was a big problem in the industry: There was simply no guidance for kosher chefs when it came to choosing equipment. And the problem was amplified since there were no custom kosher products in the industry that took into account issues like bishul akum and other kashrusrelated dilemmas. And so Mr. Potash was getting calls all the time regarding the purchase, use, variances and halachic ramifications of different commercial equipment. Soon the enterprise expanded with Sholem selling kitchen supplies off the back of a pickup truck. Finally, in 1999, Culinary Depot opened its first brick-and-mortar store, and as the saying goes, the rest is history.

What are some of the more unusual products you carry? The Superstore stocks lots of unusual items. Here you’ll find a special device that looks like a peeler but actually takes the kernels off an ear of corn. Then there’s a large, deep square pan in which multiple loaves of gefilte fish can be cooked at once; round pots just don’t work for that. Not everything in our showroom is a big-ticket item. For instance, we have mini heat-resistant pot handles for under three dollars. Come check out the varied selection of frying pans with dividers, shallow crepe pans, every size cake pan you can imagine, and a quiche pan with a removable bottom. We stock a very unique selection of silicone molds, which have become all the rage for large chocolate confections. Wooden pizza paddles, taco holders and pupu platters were flying off the shelves over Chanukah. And if you don’t see it, we probably have it in our catalog or can order it for you. You can also order a wide range of tableware for parties, sheva brachos or your Shabbos table. And most of all: We’re here for you. And now that our new showroom is up and running, we are ready to provide your every culinary need better than ever before. Please feel free to call 845-414-2709 and ask our caring and knowledgeable Superstore staff any questions you may have.

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Snack and Toiletry Distribution for National Guard a Major Kiddush Hashem in D.C. With National Guard troops out en masse to provide security during the Biden inauguration, two well-known members of New York’s Jewish community took advantage of an opportunity to express their gratitude, traveling to Washington, D.C., to distribute supplies to those tasked with keeping the peace. Hearing that as many as 25,000 members of the National Guard would be heading for Washington, D.C., Alexander Rapaport, founder and CEO of Masbia Soup Kitchens, could only think of how his mother would pack every possible item that anyone could need whenever anyone went on a trip. With such a short deployment time for the National Guard, Rapaport reasoned that troops might show up in Washington, D.C., and realize that they were missing important items including food and toiletries. Having worked with Colorado Security to manage the round-the-clock appointments at Masbia, Rapaport reached out to the company’s Washington, D.C., office to discuss using their facility as a staging area and was told that the security firm would happily sponsor all of the goodies being distributed in addition to providing personnel and a pickup truck. Accompanied by Masbia’s chef Ruben Diaz, Rapaport made the rounds of security checkpoints on the night before the inauguration, handing out thousands of dollars’ worth of baby wipes, hand sanitizer, PPE, Kind bars, Red Bull, Oreos, M&M’s and other food items. “As we drove up, we told them, ‘Hey, we brought you some love from New York!’” said Rapaport. “Every checkpoint was different; some didn’t need PPE while others didn’t need toiletries. Some wanted only candy, while others wanted only drinks. By the middle of the night, everything we had brought was taken.” Wednesday, Inauguration Day, saw Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder driving down to D.C. to do his part, with Colorado Security once again sponsoring a truckful of snacks, drinks and toiletries for the troops. Wieder told National Guard troops that as the grandson of four Holocaust survivors who were liberated by American troops, he felt compelled to make the eight-hour round trip

to our nation’s capital, telling them, “I will never miss an opportunity to say thank you to you guys, for the army, for what you guys are doing, for what you stand for and for liberating my grandfather and my grandmother.” In the course of their rounds, Rapaport said that they met many Jewish members of the National Guard, one of whom said that they’d had a minyan on Shabbos, with troops from Pennsylvania gifting them with the official National Guard shoulder patch that graced their own uniforms as a thank you. Wieder noted that many of the troops were particularly grateful when they heard that the group had come all the way from New York to do their part for the National Guard.

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“With both of us being visibly Jewish, we were able to make a huge kiddush Hashem, and people were so thankful,” said Rapaport. “It is so important for us to show support for our troops and, especially now, to support the stability of our nation and our democracy.”

Federal Government COVID-19 Aid Package Spares Yeshivos Major Funding Cuts Under New State Budget It was good news for New York yeshivos when Governor Andrew Cuomo released his 2021-2022 executive budget, a plan that provides nearly $250 million to nonpublic schools for various programs thanks to funding from the federal government. The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSA) was signed into law by former President Donald Trump in late December, making $248 million available to nonpublic schools, saving them from significant cuts because of COVID-19’s devastating financial impact. A statement released by Agudath Israel of America explained that the CRRSA ensures that yeshivos and public schools are both facing the same 2% reduction in monies allocated and also guarantees that yeshivos will not lose any funding for failing to provide the mandated number of days of instruction last year because of extended COVID-19 closures. Cuomo’s proposed budget still needs to be passed in both the Senate and the Assembly. “We were particularly pleased that our schools — who work so hard in educating their students — were held harmless for school closure and that other allocations were kept close to previous years,” said Rabbi Yeruchim Silver, the Agudah’s director of New York government relations. “We will continue to work with our friends in the legislature and the executive office to hold the line on any further reductions, and should additional federal funds or other revenue sources become available, to pass on accordingly.”

Day Bashes Cuomo for Vaccine Allocations, Urges Residents to Take Shots in Nearby Counties Addressing Rockland County residents in a recorded address last Thursday, County Executive Ed Day minced no words, slamming Governor Andrew Cuomo for creating a vaccine distribution system that seriously shortchanges area residents. Day blasted Cuomo for leaving Rocklanders “out in the cold,” categorizing the pitiful vaccine supply allocated to the county as “maddening.” With a population of 325,000, Rockland received just 2,000 vaccines in its first distribution, and while Day said he understood the need for the federal government to step up its pace, it was Cuomo who decided how many were allocated to each county.

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“I am fed up with Rockland County being the redheaded stepchild of the state,” said Day. “It has to stop.” A flood of complaints had Albany sending another 2,000 vaccines to Rockland last week, with all available appointments snapped up in a matter of moments. Noting that Rockland ranks second in the state in COVID-19 fatalities, Day questioned why the hardest-hit county in New York, the Bronx, had received a supply that allowed Bronx Lebanon Hospital to vaccinate eligible individuals continuously from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. for an entire month, while Rockland, Orange, Dutchess and Putnam have received just the barest minimum in the state. “This is about public health, not about politics,” observed Day. Given the ongoing shortages, the county executive counseled Rocklanders to sign up for appointments on the state’s website as they become available nearby in the Bronx and Westchester. “If you go on the system and you get through the eligibility and you get through a location that has it and you see a … location works for you, … take it immediately,” advised Day. “Don’t even think about it, because it is going to disappear in a heartbeat.” While the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Rockland has been slowly declining, Day warned that the vaccine shortage is likely to linger, saying that the governor expected it to take a full seven months to vaccinate all New Yorkers.

Trader Joe’s and Aldi Among Stores Paying Employees to Vaccinate While vaccine supply has been scarce, several large chain stores have been incentivizing vaccinations, offering to pay employees to get their double dose of the COVID-19 shot. Today news reported that both Aldi and Trader Joe’s will give employees the equivalent of two hours pay for each dose of the COVID-19 vaccine they take, and will allow flexibility in their working hours to schedule their appointments. Dollar General is taking a similar approach, offering four hours’ pay to employees who receive both doses of the vaccine, with online shopping site Instacart paying $25 to employees who take both doses. Together, the four companies have more than 375,000 employees in tens of thousands of locations. “We are especially excited for our front-line employees to have the opportunity to receive the vaccine and hope it gives them peace of mind as they continue to serve their communities as essential workers,” said an Aldi spokesperson. While employers can legally require their workers to take the vaccine, workers also have the right to ask for medical or religious exemptions, reported NPR. Addressing the issue, Dollar General said that it was encouraging its employees to vaccinate but wasn’t requiring them to comply with that request. According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, who now serves as President Biden’s chief medical adviser on COVID-19, between 70% to 90% of the population needs to be vaccinated in order to provide herd immunity against the coronavirus.


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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN RECAP: Despite

her mother’s uneasiness, Ariella prepares to leave for Acco. Her family gives her a camera as a present. Another developer tries to convince Reb Elazar to sell his house. The man is aggressive and argumentative and leaves a very unpleasant feeling among all of the boys who overheard the conversation.

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arah put down her bag, yawning after a long day’s work. All she wanted now was a piece of chocolate and a listening ear. She found the chocolate easily; the listening ear, though, wasn’t as readily available. To be sure, the ear was there, but the monotonous and unfocused responses coming from her husband proved that he wasn’t really there. “Elazar,” she said after a few minutes of talking, “you look tired. Maybe just bentch and go to sleep?” “I didn’t wash,” he said distractedly. “I just ate a bit of salad left from Shabbos.” “That’s not enough. How exactly is that going to fill you up?” “It’s fine, I’m not hungry.” Sarah looked at the table. “I can cut up some fresh vegetables for you,” she offered. “No, no, thanks.” “A cup of coffee?” “No. As it is, I don’t think I’ll be able to fall asleep.” She leaned onto her folded arms. “What happened?” “I’m afraid they’ve figured it out.” He raised his eyes. “The pressure to buy this place from us has intensified recently, and it makes no sense. We’ve been here for more than two years already. What happened suddenly?” “Nu, what?” “They must have figured it out.” He poked

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at the mushrooms on his plate. “That’s the answer.” “Who came by today?” “Another one. Says he’s an agent. They want to build some type of new apartment complex facing the sea. All the homeowners on our side of the street have already given them the okay, he says.” “And he was angry when you refused?” “Yes, very.” Elazar looked out of the window. “And last time it was a hotel, and before that… I don’t even remember. And that’s besides for the regular visits from the Arab on Fridays, and about two phone calls a week.” Sarah nodded. She also got some calls. “And something seems suspicious to you.” “Maybe it’s all true.” He sounded unsure. “Maybe this area has suddenly become attractive to developers. After all, there’s a port and a beach…” “For some reason,” Sarah said, “this area doesn’t strike me as ideal for luxury developments. But maybe check at the municipality. If someone’s dreaming of building a hotel, or some other high-rise building, there should be approvals and permits somewhere, right?” “You might be on to something.” Elazar sighed. He suddenly looked old and tired. “Most of the boys are going home this Shabbos. I wonder what’ll happen tomorrow if the Arab comes to nudge me again and we won’t be here.” “What do you think will happen?” “With him? I have no idea. But I’ll be able to breathe a little more easily.” “So… do you want to go away for Shabbos?” She was so tired herself that it took time for her to grasp what he was saying. “I’m not sure. What’ll be with Osher? He’s not going anywhere.” “We’ll take him along. Who else is staying?” “Shlomo.” “So we’ll take him along, too.” “But where will we go?” Reb Elazar asked. “To Bassi,” Sarah replied. “She’s invited me a hundred times already. In honor of the hundred and first time, we’ll accept her invitation.” * * * * * Ariella found herself swept along with the stream of people emerging from the train into the sooty station. Queasy and tired, she was rather dazed from her marathon of a day — but she was already very close to her destination, and that alone made her feel much better. After all, she was finally in Acco. Now she needed to get to the Abramov home where she was renting a room, and she had to start thinking about how to find Osher without him finding her. Where was the note with the bus information she needed? Ariella found the note in her wallet. She made sure her beige pocketbook was strapped over her shoulder, along with her small matching duffel bag, and she walked out of the station. The bus stop on David Remez Street was empty, aside from an elderly Arab man sitting on the bench, deeply asleep. She stood a distance from him and peered down the street. The sidewalk was empty too, she noticed. When did people

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There were piles of vegetable peels on the counter, and the aroma of soup filled the house. “Daughters in school here? Oh, no, my oldest is two,” she said with a laugh. “I’m only twenty-five.” “I’m about the same age, almost twenty-five,” Ariella said. “Nice to meet you.” “It’s nice to meet you too! Can I offer you a drink?” Ariella didn’t really want one, but she felt it would be impolite to refuse.

grasped the handle of Ariella’s duffel bag. “Come, I’ll show you to your room.” She led her to the stairwell, and there, right near the front door of the apartment, was another door, this one without a nameplate. “It was originally part of our apartment,” Miriam said as she opened the door. “We separated it when I was working as a graphic artist, and my husband’s rav said it would be better for us not to have a computer in the house.” She walked in, and Ariella followed.

“Last time it was a hotel, and before that… I don’t even remember. And that’s besides for the regular visits from the Arab on Fridays, and about two phone calls a week.” Somehow, her hostess’s eyes were radiating a call for friendship. “Yes, thanks,” she said with a smile. “But I don’t want to disturb your preparations for Shabbos. I know Thursday night is not exactly the ideal time to host.” “It’s perfectly fine! Which train did you take?” “I don’t know. I planned to leave the house at seven this morning, and somehow, it became four in the afternoon…” She laughed and reached for the bottle of cold water her hostess had taken out for her. “I missed one train by a few minutes, and it took more than half an hour for the next train to come. It was that kind of day.” “But once you were on the train, was the rest of the trip smooth?” Mrs. Abramov brought out a packaged cake and took a knife to slice it, but Ariella motioned for her to stop. “No, thanks, Mrs. Abramov. I’m really not hungry.” “I’m not ‘Mrs.’! My name is Miriam.” Her hand paused. She slid the knife into the package of the cake and handed them both to Ariella. She then

There was a low bed near the wall, a small table, a chair, and a covered computer near the window. “Don’t you need the space now?” Ariella asked. “Nah, it didn’t go so well with the graphics, so I don’t really need a workroom anymore,” Miriam said. She turned her back on Ariella to pull open the curtain. “This room is empty most days.” Ariella had the feeling that she shouldn’t probe any deeper into Miriam’s work; it sounded like a sensitive topic. She quickly changed the subject. “Do you know a family by the name of Reiness?” “Reiness? No, I don’t,” Miriam said. “I can try to find out about them, though. Are they listed in the phone book?” “They’re listed in Haifa, but they moved here recently. Their phone number is the same, though.” “So call them up and ask for an exact address.” Miriam put an electric kettle on the table along with a package of hot cups. “No, I can’t do that. Like my mother


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of cake, her mother called. “Hi, Mommy,” Ariella said. “I’m sorry I didn’t call you after I got off the train.” “It’s all right. I imagine it took some time to get there and then settle yourself in. Are you at the Abramovs’ yet?” “Yes, I’m here in my room.” “Nu? You don’t sound very excited. Is the bed uncomfortable or something?” “No, not at all. Baruch Hashem, I’m very happy with the arrangements,” Ariella said slowly. “Mrs. Abramov is very sweet, the area seems fine and not at all scary, and the building is new and clean. Oh, and the room here is actually quite comfortable and pretty.” “Do you have a good view from the window? The girls said they want gorgeous pictures!” “That’s a bit less… you know, it’s the first floor and all that. But it’s fine. I have to go out anyway. Tell the girls that I’m sure the camera will come to very good use, and I’ll have beautiful things to show you from this trip.” “Amen…” Irit Erenbaum murmured. Ariella realized that she was reading deeper into her words. Were her parents expecting her to return home with Osher? When she hung up with her mother, she heated water in the kettle, drank a weak coffee, and let the heat spread throughout her muscles. As of now, her plans regarding Osher were rather murky. She wanted to find him, and find out what kind of place he was in, and based on that, she’d decide how to go forward. If this “yeshivah” seemed to be a good place — or at least not a harmful one — then she wouldn’t intervene. But if, chalilah, it turned out to be a bad place, she’d have to speak to Mommy and Tatty and decide what to do. The warmth that helped her relax just a moment earlier dissipated at once, and she felt the challenge thrumming through her veins, filling her with a strong urge to move, to do, to go out. But then her logical side kicked in: It didn’t make sense to go exploring now, in the dark. She’d get up early tomorrow morning, and she’d have the whole Friday to get to know Acco. The city in which there was a mysterious something or someone that had pulled Osher to it. To be continued…




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He called on his political opponents to “Hear me out as we move forward. Take a measure of me and my heart. And if you still disagree, so be it. That’s democracy. That’s America. The right to dissent peaceably, within the guardrails of our Republic, is perhaps our nation’s greatest strength. Yet hear me clearly: Disagreement must not lead to disunion.” Biden also led a moment of silent prayer for “those who lost their lives, for those they left behind, and for our country.” THE IMPACT: Biden’s call for unity will inevitably hit up against the hard wall of political reality. Biden has detailed an ambitious agenda for his first 100 days, which will undoubtedly face opposition from fiscal conservatives. Some of Biden’s executive actions, such as the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline, have already received political pushback. However, there is reason for optimism as both



Biden and Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell have a history of working together. Biden will need Republican support in the Senate. His experience working with members of the Republican Party may make him uniquely qualified to achieve some bipartisan consensus on the issues facing America.

Agudas Yisroel Calls for Senate Confirmation of Alejandro Mayorkas as Secretary of Homeland Security THE PULSE: In a letter addressed to senators Rob Portman

(R-OH) and Gary Peters (D-MI) — the co-chairmen of the Senate’s Committee of Homeland Security and Government Affairs — Agudah’s vice president of governmental affairs, Abba Cohen, called on the Senate to expedite confirmation of Alejandro Mayorkas as secretary of Homeland Security. “We believe that Mr. Mayorkas is an excellent choice for the challenges that lie ahead,” wrote Rabbi Cohen, as well as that “We in the Jewish community, who live in the shadow of both foreign and homegrown dangers and have experienced an uptick in anti-Semitic incidents including murder and mayhem, have found Mr. Mayorkas to be a vital friend, partner and asset in helping to confront hate and in enhancing the security of our community institutions under DHS’s Nonprofit Security Grant Program.”

that a new agreement should address Iran’s “destabilizing activities” in the region, such as its support for terror groups and its development of ballistic missiles. Blinken praised the Abraham Accords that were negotiated by the Trump administration, but he expressed concern about the commitments that the Trump administration made to secure those deals, such as the sale of F-35s to the United Arab Emirates. Blinken stated that a Biden administration remains committed to a two-state solution but expressed doubt that an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal could be reached anytime soon. Blinken said that he strongly opposes the BDS movement but that America’s First Amendment rights must also be respected. He also said that America’s commitment to Israel is sacrosanct. THE IMPACT: Biden’s intent to rejoin the Iran nuclear

agreement is a potential point of contention between Israel and the Biden administration. U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan recently reached out to his Israeli counterpart Meir Ben-Shabbat to kick off dialogue on the Iran issue. Prime Minister Netanyahu is set to dispatch Mossad Chief Yossi Cohen to Washington to discuss Israel’s position on Iran with Biden’s team. The talks with the Biden team are having an impact on Israeli elections as well. Gideon Sa’ar, the chief political rival to PM Netanyahu, accused the PM of putting bipartisan support for Israel at risk. Sa’ar told Associated Press that “I think I am in a better position than the prime minister to have an effective and true dialogue with President-elect Biden and his administration.”

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homegrown extremism and focus on the threat of white supremacy. According to a recent report by the Department of Homeland Security, white supremacist extremists “will remain the deadliest domestic terror threat to the United States.” Mayorkas, who is Jewish, served as deputy secretary of Homeland Security in the Obama administration and worked to combat online anti-Semitic extremism. Agudah’s Rabbi Cohen has also been appointed to serve on the Department of Homeland Security’s Faith-Based Security Advisory Council.

inaugural address as the 46th president of the United States. Here are a few of the more memorable quotes from inaugural addresses throughout American history. JOHN F. KENNEDY — JANUARY 20, 1961: “And so, my fellow Americans: Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.” Kennedy would go on to sign legislation creating a permanent Peace Corps and other programs of citizen service. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT — MARCH 4, 1933: “So, first

Blinken Confirmation Hearing THE PULSE: The Senate held a confirmation hearing for Anthony Blinken, President Biden’s pick for secretary of state. Blinken responded to senators’ questions and laid out a blueprint for Biden’s foreign policy strategy. Blinken vowed to improve relations with America’s traditional allies and addressed Biden’s Middle East policies. Blinken promised to engage with American allies, such as Israel and the Gulf States, before rejoining the Iran nuclear deal. He said that “if Iran comes back into compliance, we would too,” but insisted that “we would use that as a platform with our allies and partners, who would once again be on the same side with us, to seek a longer and stronger agreement.” Blinken said

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INGREDIENTS 1 can (29 oz.) pears

These cups are beautiful for Tu B’Shvat, as well as a great way to repurpose leftover Tu B’Shvat fruits for Shabbos dessert.

1 can (29 oz.) peaches

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Nuts for topping (I used glazed pecans and slivered almonds)

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DIRECTIONS 1. Finely chop all fruits, keeping them separate. 2. To assemble, measure the circumference of the trifle bowl using measuring tape, and mark six equal sections using permanent marker. (Later, use a damp paper towel dipped in baking soda to remove the marker from the glass.) 3. Working with one type of fruit at a time, pile it into one section of the trifle bowl. (It’s easier to fill the bottom with each kind of fruit, and then work your way to the top.) You can use heavy duty silver foil bent in half and formed into a triangle to help keep the fruits in place, but it’s okay if some fruits in the center get mixed up. 4. Create a well in the center of the trifle bowl, and place a 10-ounce glass inside. 5. Once the trifle is assembled, use a knife to push any fruit that slipped into the wrong section back into place. 6. To prepare the dressing, blend the apricots with the syrup from the can. Pour this into the glass in the center. 7. Arrange the nuts around the perimeter of the trifle bowl. Note: For best taste, pour dressing over fruit immediately before serving.

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½ cup cold water 1 cup sliced almonds, slightly crushed DIRECTIONS To prepare the granola: 1. Preheat the oven to 225°. 2. Mix all ingredients except for the almonds. Place on a lined cookie sheet. Bake for half an hour. 3. Mix well, bringing granola from the edges to the center of the pan. 4. Bake for an additional 45 minutes, mixing every 15 minutes. 5. Add the almonds and bake for another 20 minutes. To assemble: Layer cubes of fruit in individual cups. Top with granola and a splash of triple sec liqueur. Note: Depending on the amount of granola consumed, there may be a shailah regarding the bracha. Ask your dayan.

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The sun beating down on the Tzefas beis hachaim was relentless, and the intolerable thirst on this Tzom Gedalia day an adversary all of its own. But accompanied by a friend and my twelve-year-old grandson Meir, my son Yossi was in Tzefas on a mission: to find the kever of Zeide Avraham Yosef.

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Now completely astounded, I looked at Mr. Fogel. “Are you sure about this?” “Positive. I can show you the logs of the chevra kaddisha from the mid- to late-1800s.” Up until this point, all we knew

about our chances of actually finding the kever. “I doubt it’s accessible,” he said. “Entrances are blocked up, and the maaros are dark and filled with rubble.” He drummed his fingers on the

Finding the kever

with absolute certainty about our Zeide Avraham Yosef filled exactly one sentence in a sefer written by my paternal great-grandfather, my father’s father’s father. The sefer mentioned a zeide Avraham Yosef who lived in Eretz Yisroel, and separately mentioned another zeide by the name of Yehuda — but we had no idea that Yehuda was the father of Avraham Yosef, nor that Avraham Yosef was the father of my great-great-grandfather. Before this revelation, we simply knew that these two zeides were somewhere along the line stretching from the Taz, zt”l, all the way to myself, ben acher ben. “This is unbelievable,” I said at last. “How can we find the kever?” His response disappointed me. Because despite his wealth of knowledge, Mr. Fogel didn’t seem very optimistic

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table. “I’m pretty sure the exact spot would be really, really hard to find.” But I wasn’t easily deterred. “What if I hire a crew to look for it?” Mr. Fogel shrugged. “Then maybe they’ll manage to find it. Maybe.” “Say I do that,” I said. “Where would we look?” Mr. Fogel launched into a detailed explanation, that Avraham Yosef was lying in the maareh of the Be’er Mayim Chaim, and that according to his cal-

culations, our zeide was probably off to the left side. “Some of these caves are really dark,” he added, “so make sure to take along flashlights or something.” Thus, armed with all this information and filled with anticipation, a quest was born. Zeide Avraham Yosef was my great-great-greatgrandfather, and difficulties notwithstanding, we were going to find his kever. Our flight home was scheduled for soon after the sheva brachos, which gave me no chance to look around in the beis hachaim during this visit to Eretz Yisroel. But even after my return home, I stayed in touch with Mr. Fogel and kept adding to the steadily growing pile of documents and records related to our search. One fascinating piece of historical evidence came from a census of sorts prepared for philanthropist Moses Montefiore at his request, which listed the members of the Kosover kehillah in Tzefas and included our zeide Avraham Yosef. Mr. Fogel added that Avraham Yosef was a respected Yid in the community, hence the reason he was buried in a more respectable spot near the Be’er Mayim Chaim, and not in a regular plot within the chelka of the Kosover chassidim. A half year passed. Soon it was Rosh Hashanah, and my two sons as well as a couple of my grandsons traveled to Bnei Brak to spend yom tov with their Rebbe. Immediately before yom tov, my grandson Shalom attempted to search for the kever, but he couldn’t locate it — and we’d soon learn why. Rosh Hashanah passed, and on Tzom Gedalia, my son Yossi, his son Meir, and a close friend left for the beis

The maareh was stifling, the air musky, and webs hung from every corner. But Meir searched out the small matzeivos hiding within and carefully wiped away the years of dust and grime hiding the inscriptions.


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hachaim. The sun was scorching, expectations were high. And they were fasting. Soon they entered the maareh of the Be’er Mayim Chaim that presumably housed Avraham Yosef’s kever. Surprisingly, the interior of the cave, which was shaped like a horseshoe, was lined with subcaves along each of the three walls. As instructed, they began their search at the left side of the cave. Meir — who at twelve years of age was chosen for his small size — crawled into the first sub-cave and looked around, aided by a powerful headlamp strapped around his head. The maareh was stifling, the air musky, and webs hung from every corner. But Meir searched out the small matzeivos within and carefully wiped away the years of dust and grime hiding the inscriptions. “We’re looking for the names Avraham Yosef and Yehuda,” Yossi said. “And the date Ches Sivan. Avraham Yosef ben Yehuda, Ches Sivan.” Examining one matzeivah after the next, Meir soon admitted defeat in the small sub-cave and moved on to the next. And the next. And the next. D i s app oi nt m e nt filled the space, but Meir pressed onward. Hands and pants now nothing short of filthy, he made his way around the larger maareh. Soon he was at the right side, inspecting the matzeivos in each sub-cave along that opposite wall. But there was no sign of an Avraham Yosef, no remembrance of our zeide in any of the smaller caves. Finally, there was only one sub-cave left. But Meir, covered in sweat and thoroughly exhausted, was done. He was hot, frustrated and thirsty. “There’s no way he’s in there,” he said, motioning to the pile of rocks marking the opening. “We’re all the way at the right side now, and you can barely get in there!” And he was right. Blocked with other kevarim, the mouth of the sub-cave was tiny — there was no way an adult could comfortably fit inside — and how could the estimation of the kever’s location be so far off? But Yossi and his friend urged Meir to try once more. “There’s only this last cave left,” Yossi said. “Let’s just do one more!” Meir sighed and turned back to the wall of the maareh. Hunkering down, he squeezed through the tiny opening to the cave. Working slowly along the right side of the maareh, he once again moved from matzeivah to matzeivah and wiped each one down, reading the inscriptions aloud as he went.

All at once, the fivegenerational gap slid closed.

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century and a half, but the words engraved upon it were legible now: Here lies R’ Avraham Yosef ben R’ Yehuda Halevi m’Ungaren

Darkening the matzeivah’s inscription

The kever of the Be’er Mayim Chaim

Yossi’s friend spoke up in encouragement. “Meir, dein zeide reeft dir! Your grandfather is calling you!” At that very moment, something to the left caught Meir’s attention, and he discovered another matzeivah almost hidden in the rubble. The inscription was covered with layers upon layers of dust, and the words were barely legible. Meir crept closer and shone his light directly on the stone marker. “Alef,” he called out as he began wiping the grime from the inscription. “Veis.” A pause. “Reish.”

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Yossi tensed. “Go on.” Meir continued wiping and reading, wiping and reading. “I see a R’ Avraham! Now ben... Reb… One minute… ” He paused. “Yud… Vav… Samech…” “Go on!” Yossi said. “Here…” Meir paused. “Ches… Sivan. Tatty! Tatty, it’s him!” There was some scraping and scrambling as Yossi, propelled by sheer emotion, managed to squeeze himself into the tiny space. He quickly spotted the small matzeivah. It was lying flat, as it had probably been lying for almost a

Suddenly, the dust and the webs and the heat and the thirst no longer mattered. Yossi and Meir quickly snapped a couple of pictures of the maareh and the matzeivah, and as soon as they emerged from the larger maareh, Yossi called me. I picked up immediately. “Hello?” “Tatty, we found it!” My heart jumped, but I was so emotional, so moved, that I couldn’t talk. “Tatty?” “Yes,” I managed. “We found it!” Yossi repeated. I could hear the excitement in his voice. “We almost gave up, but then Meir squeezed into this little cave, and there it was!” I’d known they were heading to the beis hachaim that day, and my eyes fell on the candle flickering on the counter nearby, l’ilui nishmas R’ Avraham Yosef Halevi ben R’ Yehuda. With much siyata d’Shmaya, they’d found what they were searching for. All at once, the five-generational gap slid closed. We’d found the zeide. Exuberant at the news, I quickly contacted someone in Tzefas who was involved in the beis hachaim’s upkeep. After telling him our story, I hired him to hang a plaque near the maareh, in that trademark blue known to everyone who’s ever visited, engraved with the zeide’s name. Additionally, he was to darken the words on the matzeivah and set it upright so it would be easily visible to anyone peering into the small space. From that point on, any family member visiting Eretz Yisroel had another reason to visit, another destination where they could murmur a few kapitlech of Tehillim. And perhaps even more significant than finding the actual kever of an ancestor, our family has found proof of our roots and a piece of our history, all hiding in the rocky hills of Tzefas.


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DURIAN A little less offensive to the olfactory senses is the durian. This large and spiky fruit that calls Thailand and Malaysia home boasts a custard-like consistency. The taste is a unique combination of sweet and savory, with hints of onion and garlic in a super-sweet base. While Western palates might not favor this combination, the fruit is beloved by many in its places of origin. Hotels there, however, are usually not fans of the fruit, as its smell — which has been compared to rotting onions or sewage — can linger for days. For this reason, a ban on this fruit is in place in some hotels and on public transportation.

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R AMBUTAN Southeast Asia brings us another fascinating fruit, the rather odd but very delicious rambutan. “Rambut” means “hair” in Malay and is the perfect description for this fruit that looks as if it needs a brush. The inside of the fruit is floral-smelling and similar to grapes in texture. Its taste is very sweet and pleasant.

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COCOA For all the chocolate lovers out there, this one’s for you. The cocoa tree (cacao in Spanish) sprouts its fruit directly from its trunk — no vines or branches needed. Inside each cocoa pod is a membranous, edible fruit that can be used in drinks and deserts, but it is the seed that is most prized. Once processed, that precious seed is mixed with other ingredients to make chocolate. So, kids: Next time someone tells you to eat a fruit, just grab a bar of chocolate!

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Let’s get started! 1. Remove the glass and backing of the large frame. 2. Arrange the branches to form a tree. You may want to take a picture of the tree you just created so you can use it as a reference when you glue the tree together. 3. Turn over the frame, and begin gluing the branches in place using hot glue. The first branch will be the “trunk,” and it should extend from one end of the frame to the other. 4. Play around with the arrangement of the next few branches until you get a pretty tree with space to hang your mini frames. Glue one end of each branch to the “trunk” and the other end to the frame. 5. Turn over the large frame so it’s right side up again. 6. Using the paint marker, write your family name or “Our Family” on the wooden plaque. Glue it to the bottom of the frame with hot glue. 7. Glue photos of your family members in place in the mini frames. 8. Arrange the mini frames to fill the family tree. 9. Glue the photos that are at the bottom to the inside or the back of the frame. 10. Attach a thread to the rest of the mini frames. 11. Tie each mini frame to the appropriate branch. At this point you can add some mini branches to accommodate all of the photos. 12. Add some flowers to your beautiful family tree.

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toast and white rice. What if you had so little energy that you kept reaching for more toast and rice to get you through the day, or even the next hour? What if that low-energy state was your default setting, and you reached for starchy snacks every couple of hours, never realizing that those snacks, while giving you short bursts of something vaguely resembling energy, were actually your undoing? Are you starting to get the picture? This was the story of my life for years. As I kept attempting to compensate for my lack of energy with the very snacks that were making me sick in the first place, I kept adding on pounds, but I could never get my IBS to cooperate with any diet I tried. Then there was every nutritionist’s and medical professional’s favorite go-to advice: exercise. It’s an excellent theory, with so much scientific evidence underscoring its value. Nevertheless, memories of my attempts are almost comical. Almost. I would plan to go walking with a friend, and actually begin walking with her, only to be doubled over with stomach cramps a few blocks in. Walking down Eleventh Avenue at seven in the morning had its perks, but access to bathrooms was not one of them. During regular business hours, I knew every place in Boro Park that allowed customers to use their bathrooms, knew where I could just walk in, and where I had to buy something first, but early morning walks were out. I tried joining aerobics or exercise classes, but even the low-impact classes were beyond my physical capabilities. I would stand there, watching senior citizens keeping up with exercises I could do only in my dreams, and once again, I wondered what was wrong with me. I even made some feeble efforts to take care of myself emotionally. I have a thirst for knowledge and love listening to shiurim. I attended some lectures at Shalhevet, but found myself unable to focus when my stomach demanded its

due. If it wasn’t my stomach, it was the severe joint pain I experienced. Sitting in one place for a long time was excruciating, and the pain made it nearly impossible for me to hear what was being said. As for friends, I rarely, if ever, spent time with them. My energy was a finite resource, and it was more than consumed by taking care of my family and home, and by working to support my family. I never wanted to be that person, the one who constantly kvetches about aches and pains, so I never told my friends what I was going through. Oh, the pitfalls of pride! Who knows if, by sharing with others, somebody could have shed some light on my suffering, or at the very least, been there for me when I so desperately needed support? I’m not proud to admit this, but as the years passed with no answers and no relief in sight, I pretty much gave up trying. I began to completely negate my own needs. I put all the energy I had, plus plenty that I didn’t, into my family first, and then into my students. I stopped making any effort to take care of myself, as it seemed pointless. Please don’t try this; I can promise you that it isn’t worth it. I know that I am a wonderful mother and a fantastic special educator, but I believe that I could have been so much more than that for so many people if I had made time for, and invested effort into, self-care. My biggest regret and deepest shame, however, is that while I always maintained my close relationship with the Ribbono Shel Olam, and continued davening for my family and my students, I stopped davening for myself. I had completely given up on ever getting any sort of relief, and stopped expecting any. I thought then that I had achieved an admirable level of acceptance, but looking back, I know that what I was really feeling was hopelessness and despair.

> > > Coming next week: The aha! moment that changed everything.

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It’s the dead of winter. If there’s anything coating the trees, it’s snow or crystals… yet we’re celebrating the “birthday” of those trees! Tu B’Shvat marks the new fruit-bearing cycle for trees in Eretz Yisroel. This cycle begins four months into the local rainy season, the length of time it takes for the water to saturate the soil and nurture the trees so they will be able to yield fruit come spring.

IS IT A FRUIT?

GRAFTING Pick your complete dessert off a single tree! The Fruit Salad Tree can grow a number of different fruits of the same family at once. You can find oranges on one branch, grapefruits on another, and lemons or limes on a third. Other common combinations would be multi-apple trees, or stone trees growing peaches, plums, nectarines and apricots.

Have you ever seen a banana tree? It is tall and sturdy, yet we make a Borei Pri Ha’adamah on its soft yellow fruits. In halachah, fruits that grow on a perennial plant — one that lives for two years or more — are Borei Pri Ha’eitz, while those that grow on an annual plant get the bracha of vegetables. At the end of the season, the banana stalk dies and a new shoot grows in its place, making the banana a classic example of a fruit-vegetable!

Many halachic shailos arise from such grafted trees. - Are we permitted to create them? - May we eat their fruits? - Can we make a Shehecheyanu on their fruits? - In Eretz Yisroel, should terumos and maasros be taken from each fruit? The majority of trees today are grafted. Some are grafted within the same species, which is permitted. But crossbred trees of different species are problematic. They fall under the issur of kilayim. A halachically forbidden tree may not be watered or nurtured. Most opinions rule that it should be uprooted (preferably by a non-Jew).

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Terumos and maasros are tithes that must be taken from fruit grown in Eretz Yisroel, even in the present day. Without the Beis Hamikdash or proper taharah, these would-be gifts to the Kohen and Levi (or, to be eaten in Yerushalayim) are mostly wrapped in plastic and discarded properly. The kedusha of maaser sheini is transferred to a coin that is not used.


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CAN WE CHOP IT DOWN? Perhaps you want to extend your house, clear the woods for a larger play area, or chase those squirrels off your property. You want those trees gone! But if they yield fruit, you may need to cancel your plans. The pasuk warns us that when at war, we may not destroy the enemy’s [fruit] trees (Devarim 20:19). The Torah is protecting us from causing bal tashchis. Uprooting fruit trees is considered uncalled-for destruction. Still want the trees out? Take your specific shailah to your rav, as the practical application of this prohibition is very individual. On a deeper level, the takeaway is that we should be careful not to waste our time, talents or other resources — or anyone else’s, either.

THE THREE-YEAR WAIT It’s an exercise in self-control, highlighting a difference between Adam and Chava and Klal Yisroel, according to the Midrash. After planting a fruit tree, we must wait three years before enjoying the fruits of our labor. While in Eretz Yisroel, the mitzvah of ORLAH is d’Oraisa; in chutz la’aretz, it is halacha l’Moshe miSinai. That is why the location of the orchard triggers certain differences in the way the fruit are handled. Fruits grown in the fourth year have the kedusha of NETA REVA’I. During the time of the Beis Hamikdash, these fruits were brought to Yerushalayim to be eaten by their owners. Today, people transfer the kedusha to a coin, similar to the ritual used for maaser sheini, and then the fruits may be enjoyed. Calculations regarding maaser of produce and neta reva’i are based on Tu B’Shvat, the new year for trees.

BLESSING THE SAPLINGS Do you remember the truck loaded with fruit trees slowly parading down the streets this past Nissan? With everyone stuck in their homes, some activists wanted to make sure we all had the opportunity to say Birkas Ha’ilanos! When the first buds of fruit begin to flower on the trees, we stop, appreciate and thank Hashem with this once-a-year bracha. All winter long, the trees stand dry and barren. Then spring arrives, and suddenly, the tired trunks come alive with fresh flora. The Ben Ish Chai comments that this renewal of nature reminds and encourages us to use the tools Hashem gave us to renew ourselves.

“Fruits are a wonderful opportunity to gain emunah and ahavas Hashem.” Rav Avigdor Miller, zt”l, often pointed out the nifla’os haBorei inherent in fruits and the trees they grow on. When fruits begin to grow, they are all green at first, to blend in with the leaves on the tree. Once they are ready to be eaten, this camouflage disappears as they develop the attractive colors that embellish their appealing “packaging.” The fruits hold on tight to the branches until they ripen. Only then do they become loose enough to tumble down with just a slight shake of the tree, so humans can come pick them up. (The esrog is a notable exception, holding on to the tree until it’s picked.) Inside the fruit lies the seed — containing the chromosomes for another whole tree! This tiny parcel contains all it needs to produce the leaves, sap, bark and flowers of an identical sapling. “Nobody can dispute this proof that there’s a Creator,” Rabbi Miller concludes.

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I am a messenger of your father, the gvir of our village. He requested that I bring you this letter.

Hello, and who are you?

A letter! From Father! It’s been so long since I’ve seen his handwriting!

, on nd rS ea o u a h e D y T My are ily? our y m w r H o ur f a g of ot h e n yo d di r b r o a c h d r e e g p w un a p r w a r d yo o on k fo u an o is s . I l o n g y o n … i in g s e e i y a m to B in

In just a few weeks we will be celebrating the wedding of my youngest brother. There is no time to waste: Paltiel, you’ll speak with the tailor. Meshulam, you’ll order a large and comfortable carriage for our trip.

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Don’t spare any expense. In my honor, buy fine clothing for everyone, and I will reimburse you. May we always meet for happy occasions. Tatty

Mordechai, you’ll buy elegant shoes for the boys.

And Yosef, you’ll take down the suitcases from the attic, yes?

Servants!


Run and call my brother Binyamin. Tell him that it’s urgent!

Paltiel!

What a pity I didn’t know earlier… I didn’t have a chance to get ready!

What’s the emergency, brother? Why did you call me here? They look so alike, but they’re so different…

We’re leaving today — right now — to our youngest brother’s wedding! In their father’s village:

Who’s this poor man?

This is the gvir’s second son! Binyamin! Oy, just look at him!

So you want to ask me to reimburse you for your expenses, right? But recall what I wrote in the letter: “In my honor, buy fine clothing for everyone...”

But you bought the clothes for your own honor, and not for mine. If you’d have done it for me, you would have also clothed your poor brother and spared me all this shame!

WHAT DOES THIS TELL US? “And it was on the sixth day, and they prepared that which they’d bring.” Said Rav Chisda: “Always shall a man arise early for Shabbos expenses.” Chazal teach us that Hakadosh Baruch Hu repays us for all of our Shabbos expenses. But if a person enjoys the finest foods while his poor brother suffers in poverty and cannot afford to buy food for Shabbos, this means that the man’s expenses were not for Hashem’s honor, but for his own pleasure! In such a case, Hashem doesn’t promise to repay the expenses. One who gives tzedakah, on the other hand, and makes sure his poor brothers enjoy a pleasurable Shabbos, will be repaid for his Shabbos expenses. (The Dubno Maggid)

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One is so wealthy and one so poor…


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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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

9 6 2 5 3

Family name: Glatzer, 845-xxx-8759

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3 8 6

7

4 5 9 2 3

Name of winner: Bruchie

7

Amount of points: 60 Names of competing players: Mommy H., Toby H. Some words only the winner found: flesh, poison, side

2

6

5 9 4 1

1

The longest word found on the board: medication

7

A new word learned from the board: flume

WINNER 2

9

INTERMEDIATE

Family name: Feldman, 845-xxx-9210 Name of winner: Mommy Amount of points: 36 Names of competing players: Ephraim, Yoel Aharon, Sarah Some words only the winner found: bison, chose, flume, flung

8 7

The longest word found on the board: poised

2 3 4

7 1

5 1

7

A new word learned from the board: hoised

9 3 6 7 8

Last week’s nine-letter word: medication

4 9

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

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TABLECLOTHS for your Simchos. (845) 371 2105

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GIRLS CHASUNAH GOWN Very Elegant, Winter White trimmed with Black Velvet, girls size 14/16 for sale. Please Call 845-709-7161.

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

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

FOUND pink baby hat on rt 59. 2740550 small baby gold stud earring lafamilia 7/29. 4261612 Black & hot pink velour & ribbed Baby blanket in Lafamilia 845-352-5474 Eternity ring a very long time ago. 845-352-4850 or 718607-5777 silver ring at Tenoyim of Grunsweig-Fleischer 845608-1266

FREE GIVEAWAYS many egg boxes for moving in great condition 8452386691

LATE ADS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT/ REAL ESTATE OFFICE looking for a full time secretary. Must be an excellent communicator, organized, able to multitask and responsible. Real estate experience preferred. Email your resume to propertymanagement633@ gmail.com

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‫ק ר ַא פ ט ‪:‬‬

‫מאטישן‬ ‫דרא ַ‬ ‫געשּפאנט ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫נאך‬ ‫פאלגן ָ‬ ‫טויזנטער אידן ַאלוועלטליך ָ‬ ‫רכאּפנדע שטריימלעך פאר “אייער פרייזן”‬ ‫אויגפא ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫״מיללער סעיל״;‬ ‫נדאן; ירושלים; בני ברק‬ ‫לא ָ‬ ‫לעיקוואד; ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫מאנסי‪-‬סקווירא;‬ ‫ּפארק; קרית יואל; ָ‬ ‫רא ַ‬ ‫בא ָ‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג; ָ‬ ‫ַ‬

‫געשּפאנט‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫געהאלטן‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫האט‬ ‫דילעמא ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פאר מיט די אייער?״‪ָ ...‬אט די‬ ‫״וואס גייט ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫רלאפענעם שבת‬ ‫פא ָ‬ ‫צענדליגער טויזנטער אידן אין ַאלע היימישע געגנטער דעם ַ‬ ‫קודש‪.‬‬ ‫שטאט ַאריין‪.‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫האבן שּפעקולירט ַאז ַא נייע אייער‪-‬געשעפט קומט אין‬ ‫מאנכע ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ּפגעוואנדן מיט ַא לכאורה‪-‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫באלד ָא‬ ‫האבן עס ַ‬ ‫טראכטער ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ָאבער די טיפערע‬ ‫וואס‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג‪ ,‬צו ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫גערעכטע טענה‪ַ ,‬אז אויב קומט ַא נייער געשעפט אויף‬ ‫מאנסי?‬ ‫קאטן אין ָ‬ ‫ּפלא ַ‬ ‫הענגען ַ‬ ‫נאר כמעט זיכער… —‬ ‫ַאנדערע ַאלץ‪-‬ווייסער זענען זיכער געווען — ָאדער אפשר ָ‬ ‫האנדעלט זיך פון ַא וועלטס‪-‬איבערקערעניש אין דעם כשרות פון אייער‪.‬‬ ‫דא ַ‬ ‫ַאז ָ‬ ‫זארגט‪ ,‬צי מ׳קען‬ ‫בא ָ‬ ‫גאר ַאביסעלע ַ‬ ‫זא ַ‬ ‫לעבאסטעס זענען שוין געווען ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫בא‬ ‫היימישע ַ‬ ‫ווייטער ניצן געהעריג די אייער פון געשעפט ָאנצושמירן די שבת׳דיגע חלות מיט‬ ‫ּפצוקאכן זייערע פיינע מאכלים…‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫גלאנציגן שיכט און ָא‬ ‫ַא ַ‬ ‫געהאט דערויף ַא שטיקל ּפירכא‪:‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫האבן‬ ‫ָאבער די ריכטיגע ָאּפלערנער פון ַא נקודה ָ‬ ‫מאל ״אייער״‪ ,‬ואייער אייער למה לי?‬ ‫נאר איין ָ‬ ‫דאך אויף דעם גענוג געווען ָ‬ ‫וואלט ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫האבן זיי גע׳טענה׳ט‪ ,‬מיט רעכט‪.‬‬ ‫פאר אייער״‪ָ ,‬‬ ‫זאגט דער ״אייער ַ‬ ‫וואס ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫נגעהאלטן די נייגער און אינטערעסע‪ ,‬ווען יעדער וויל שוין זען‪ ,‬הערן‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫האט ָא‬ ‫ַאזוי ָ‬ ‫ּפאסירט‪...‬‬ ‫גאר אייערע אייער ַ‬ ‫האט מיט אונזערע אייער‪ ,‬צי ָ‬ ‫דא ָ‬ ‫וואס ָ‬ ‫פארשטיין ָ‬ ‫און ַ‬ ‫דאס אייעלע‬ ‫געווארן‪ ,‬ווען ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫וואך איז די מיסטעריע ענדליך ַאנטשידן‬ ‫די היינטיגע ָ‬ ‫ּפראכטפולער‪,‬‬ ‫אויפגעקראכט און דערפון הייבט זיך ַארויס ַא ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫האט‬ ‫גאסן ָ‬ ‫איבער די ַ‬ ‫מאיעסטעטישער ״שטריימל״‪.‬‬ ‫קעניגליכער‪ַ ,‬‬ ‫נאר ״מיללער״ קען ערצייגן!‬ ‫וואס ָ‬ ‫זאנס ָ‬ ‫— ַא ָ‬ ‫פאר ״אייער‬ ‫איינפאך‪ :‬״אייער שטריימל״ ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫און דער ״מעסעדזש״‪ ,‬איז ּפשוט‪ ,‬זייער‬ ‫ּפרייזן״!‬ ‫ָיא‪ַ ,‬אזוי ווי איר הערט און זעט עס‪ַ ,‬אזוי איז עס!‬ ‫ּפראכט‪ ,‬שבת און יום טוב‪,‬‬ ‫וואס איר וועט ָאנטון מיט כבוד און ַ‬ ‫״אייער שטריימל״‪ָ ,‬‬

‫ּפיאסטערס‪ ,‬ביליג‬ ‫פאר ַ‬ ‫איינהאנדלען ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫ביי חתונות און מאורעות‪ ,‬קענט איר יעצט‬ ‫ווי אייער‪.‬‬ ‫גאר די‬ ‫זא ַ‬ ‫נאר ָ‬ ‫גארנישט קיין ׳אייער׳ — ָ‬ ‫דאס שוין ָ‬ ‫ָאבער‪ ,‬אין תוך גערעדט‪ ,‬איז ָ‬ ‫פאר!‬ ‫שטריימל‪-‬מארקעט שטעלט מיט זיך ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫וואס די‬ ‫שענסטע‪ ,‬בעסטע ָ‬ ‫באלע שטריימל‪-‬‬ ‫גלא ַ‬ ‫דאמינירט די ָ‬ ‫וואס ָ‬ ‫״מיללער״‪ ,‬די ּפרעסטיזשפולסטע ברענד ָ‬ ‫סאמע‬ ‫בארימט מיט איר ַ‬ ‫פאר די לעצטע קרוב צו ‪ָ 30‬יאר‪ ,‬איז ַ‬ ‫אינדוסטריע ַ‬ ‫בריליאנט‪ ,‬עקסקלוסיוו ערצייגט‪,‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פונדאמענט‪ַ :‬אז יעדער שטריימל איז ַאן אוצר‪ַ ,‬א‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫קאּפ פון ַא חסיד׳ישן איד‪.‬‬ ‫ערפארונג‪ַ ,‬אלס קרוין אויפ׳ן ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫כמאנישקייט און‬ ‫פא ַ‬ ‫מיט ַ‬ ‫פאבריצירט די שענסטע שטריימלעך אין דער חסיד׳ישער‬ ‫דאס ַאז ״מיללער״ ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫וועלט איז קיין נייעס;‬ ‫האבן ַא‬ ‫באגערט און לעכצט צו ָ‬ ‫ַאז יעדער חתן‪ ,‬יעדער מחותן‪ ,‬יעדער בעל הבית ַ‬ ‫מאל קיין חידוש;‬ ‫ווידערא ָ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫״מיללער״ עטרה לראשו‪ ,‬איז‬ ‫באדינען און סערווירן יעדן איינעם ווי ַאן‬ ‫ַאז ״מיללער״ שטייט גרייט אימער צו ַ‬ ‫איינציגער קליענט‪ ,‬איז אויך נישט קיין פרישע ערפינדונג;‬ ‫מאיעסטעטישע ״מיללער‬ ‫זאל ַארויסשטעלן אירע ַ‬ ‫— ָאבער ַאז ״מיללער״ ָ‬ ‫בארימטע‬ ‫דראסטיש‪-‬רעדוצירטע ּפרייזן‪ ,‬מיט איר ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫פאר ַאזוינע‬ ‫שטריימלעך״ ַ‬ ‫איינמאל ַא דערהער; ַא‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫פאר ּפרייזן ביליג ווי אייער‪ ,‬איז שוין‬ ‫סערוויס‪ָ ,‬אבער ַ‬ ‫מאטישע נייעס!‬ ‫דרא ַ‬ ‫חידוש‪ַ ,‬א ַ‬ ‫פארציכטן אויף די‬ ‫דאך נישט ַ‬ ‫פאקט ַאז אידן ווילן ָ‬ ‫״מיללער״ רעכענט זיך מיט׳ן ַ‬ ‫הנאה פון ָאנטון אויפ׳ן קומענדיגן יום טוב ּפסח‪ ,‬צי אויף יעדן שבת ויום טוב‪ַ ,‬א‬ ‫מלכות׳דיגן‪ ,‬יום טוב׳דיגן‪ ,‬און שמחה׳דיגן אויסזען‪ .‬כולו אומר כבוד‪.‬‬ ‫און ָאט‪ ,‬וויל ״מיללער שטריימלעך״ געבן ״יעדן״ די געלעגנהייט צו גרייכן דעם‬ ‫מאסיוון ״אייער פאר אייער״‬ ‫האבן ַא ״מיללער שטריימל״‪ ,‬מיט דעם ַ‬ ‫חלום פון ָ‬ ‫געווארן‪.‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫סעיל וואס איז נארוואס ּפראקלאמירט‬ ‫עס וועט זיך אייך נישט גלייבן‪ ,‬ס׳וועט אייך מעגליך דוכטן — קוקנדיג אויף די‬

‫ריינגעבלאנזשעט אין ַאן אייער געשעפט‪ָ ...‬אבער‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫האט ַא‬ ‫׳ּפרייז טעגס׳ — ַאז איר ָ‬ ‫אריינשּפאנענדיג צו איינעם פון די ״מיללער סעיל״ לאקאלן‪ ,‬וועלן די אויגן‬ ‫קלאר און באשיינּפערליך‪ָ :‬יא‪ ,‬אויגפארכאּפנדע מלכות׳דיגע‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫אייך איבערצייגן‬ ‫מאטיש ביליג ווי ‪ $699‬ביז !‪$999‬‬ ‫דרא ַ‬ ‫פאר ַאזוי ַ‬ ‫שטריימלעך ַ‬ ‫טאלער‪ ,‬קענט איר זיך‬ ‫פאר ווינציגער ווי טויזנט ָ‬ ‫ַאזוי ווי איר זעט‪ַ ,‬אזוי איז עס! ַ‬ ‫דאס מערסטע‪,‬‬ ‫הארץ ָ‬ ‫וואס ציט אייער ַ‬ ‫ּפראכטפולסטע שטריימל ָ‬ ‫אויסקלויבן די ַ‬ ‫קאסטומער‪-‬סערוויס‬ ‫פאר אייך‪ַ ,‬א ָ‬ ‫נחמד למראה‪ ,‬א געבוי און פיט ווי ערצייגט ַ‬ ‫שאכטעלע‪ ,‬און ָאט‬ ‫קאסטום‪-‬מעיד ַ‬ ‫רּפאקן אין ַא ָ‬ ‫פא ַ‬ ‫דאס ציכטיג ַ‬ ‫קליענט וועט ָ‬ ‫שטאלץ און‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫שּפאנט איר ווי ַא ריכטיגער מיללער‪-‬קליענט‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫אויפ׳ן וועג ַאהיים‪,‬‬ ‫צופרידן‪.‬‬ ‫ווארטן‬ ‫ריינכאּפן‪ָ ,‬אבער מיט׳ן ַ‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫נאך ַא‬ ‫לאנג ס׳איז ״לויז״ קענט איר עס ָ‬ ‫יעצט‪ ,‬ווי ַ‬ ‫קראפט‬ ‫רּפאסן! עס וועט זיין אין ַ‬ ‫פא ַ‬ ‫טראּפעלע לענגער קענט איר דעם סעיל ַ‬ ‫ַא ָ‬ ‫זונטאג משּפטים!‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫בלויז איין וואך; פון זונטאג יתרו ביז‬ ‫ווי געווענליך ַאזוי אויך ביים סעיל‪ ,‬וועט ״מיללער שטריימלעך״ אלץ שטיין‬ ‫קלאר און דייטליך‪ :‬העכסטע‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ּפראדוקט‪ .‬די ּפרינציּפן זענען‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫אונטער איר׳ס ַא‬ ‫דאס טוישט זיך נישט ביים סעיל‪.‬‬ ‫קוואליטעט; בעסטע סערוויס‪ָ .‬‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫קאציעס‪ ,‬אין ַאלע שטעט‪ ,‬אין ַאלע לענדער וואו היימישע אידן‬ ‫לא ַ‬ ‫אין ַאלע ָ‬ ‫קאנצעטרירט‪ ,‬שטייען די טרענירטע מיללער‪-‬מומחים און שטריימל‪-‬‬ ‫זענען ָ‬ ‫באגער;‬ ‫באלד ״אייער״ ַ‬ ‫פארשטייען ַ‬ ‫נאלן גרייט אייך צו סערווירן‪ .‬זיי ַ‬ ‫פעסיא ַ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫ּפרא‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫געשמאק‪ ,‬און‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫דערטאּפן ״אייער״‬ ‫ַ‬ ‫וואס איר גלייכט‪,‬‬ ‫וואס איר זוכט‪ ,‬שּפירן ָ‬ ‫זיי זעען ָ‬ ‫וואס שטימט מיט ״אייער״ בודזשעט‬ ‫פאר ַא ּפרייז ָ‬ ‫דאס‪ַ ,‬‬ ‫קוראט ָ‬ ‫שטעלן אייך צו ַא ַ‬ ‫און בערזל!‬ ‫פארוויקליכט ווערן! לויפט געשווינד‬ ‫האלט ָאט ביים ַ‬ ‫לזא‪ ,‬״אייער״ חלום ַ‬ ‫ַא ָ‬ ‫שּפאגל‪-‬‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫כאּפט ״אייער״‬ ‫קאציע! ַ‬ ‫לא ַ‬ ‫נאענטסטע ״מיללער סעיל״ ָ‬ ‫צו די ָ‬ ‫פאר ּפרייזן ביליג ווי אייער‪,‬‬ ‫מאיעסטעטישער מיללער‪-‬שטריימל‪ַ ,‬‬ ‫נייער ַ‬ ‫דא!‬ ‫ס׳נאך ָ‬ ‫ָ‬ ‫לאנג‬ ‫ווי ַ‬

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FREE ISSUE 284 JANUARY 27, 2021

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A LOT OF FRUIT AND A BIT OF CRUNCH Salads that will take center stage at the seudah

FYI: THE HALACHOS OF FRUIT TREES Of perennial plants and grafted grapefruits

BUILD UP THE BRANCHES This DIY family tree is the perfect activity for Tu B’Shvat

DIGGING TO MY ROOTS

EXQUISITELY EXOTIC

My grandfather was calling to me. Would I find him?

A taste of unusual fruits from around the world

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From Our Kitchen to Yours

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Week in Review

107 //

The Black Sheep

116 //

Political Pulse

123 // Food 132 //

Tracing Our Roots in Tzefas

145 //

Fabulous Fruit

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Family Tree DIY

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My Celiac Saga

178 // FYI 180 //

Parsha Parables

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Fun Pages

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‫סי‬

‫סא‬

‫אר‬ ‫טמ מאנ‬

‫הזמנת כבוד‬

‫כינוס‬

‫ע שר‬

‫כלל‬

‫יה‬

‫מ‬

‫שה‬

‫בכבוד והוקרה הננו‬ ‫בזה להזמין את‬ ‫כל הקהל‬ ‫הקודש‬ ‫אנ״ש‬

‫ש נת‬

‫י וח ג י ג ת‬

‫יו ב‬ ‫לח‬

‫וכל באי שער בית‬ ‫מדרשינו שיחיו‬ ‫לבא ולהשתתף‬ ‫אצל מעמד‬ ‫הנהדר‬

‫לחזק עמוד התורה‪,‬‬ ‫עבודה‪ ,‬גמ"ח‪ ,‬והוראה‬ ‫שע"י בית מדרשינו‬

‫דעם‬ ‫מוצש״ק‬

‫עם חגיגת סיום שלש בבות‬ ‫במסגרת חבורת ״תורתך שעשועי״‬

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‫סעודת מלוה מלכה רחבה לכל‬ ‫המשתתפים‪ ,‬עם שעות של‬ ‫תענוג וקורת רוח‬

‫המחכים לקבל‬ ‫פניכם ברוח נדיבה‬

‫פטיג‬ ‫ערהא ע אר‬ ‫קע‬

‫שליט״אווייס‬ ‫יחזקאל‬ ‫מגי"ש בבית מדרשינו ור"מ בישיבת מונקאטש‬

‫וואס ליגט אונטער די‬ ‫אלוועלטליכן אויסדרוק‬ ‫"לאור המצב"?‬

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‫יעקב יחזקי'‬ ‫מארקאוויטש‬ ‫הי״ו‬ ‫מנכבדי אנשי שלומינו‬

‫יוב"ל היא שנת‬ ‫החמשה עשר‬

‫אפגעזינגען דו‬ ‫רכ‬

‫ר' מרדכי‬ ‫וואלף‬ ‫לאנדא‬ ‫הי״ו‬

‫חסידישן מי‬ ‫ן‬ ‫טב‬

‫הרה״ג ר׳‬

‫נואם‬ ‫הכבוד‬ ‫ד עליון‬ ‫בחס‬ ‫אם‬

‫ון חמודות‪ ,‬צנא מ‬ ‫לא ס‬ ‫לש‬ ‫פרא‬ ‫יות‪,‬‬ ‫‪ ,‬נו‬

‫פה‬ ‫מפי‬ ‫קמ‬ ‫רגל‬

‫טרא‬ ‫ס‬

‫אלי‬ ‫מוזיק שע מ‬ ‫אמ‬

‫בקרב קהלתינו הק'‬

‫נגן‬

‫שושנים‬ ‫ותיו‬ ‫פת‬

‫התייסדות‬ ‫בית הוראה‬

‫משמש הנאמן ביהמ"ד ברך משה‬ ‫דקהלתינו הק' וויליאמסבורג‬

‫טן דורך‬ ‫ענ‬ ‫די מיי‬ ‫סט‬

‫שון‬ ‫ע‬

‫מעמד מרומם‬

‫הא‬

‫איש‬ ‫האש‬ ‫כול‬ ‫ות‪,‬‬

‫זושא‬ ‫שניטצלער‬ ‫הי״ו‬

‫הד‬ ‫רך‬

‫מוה״ר‬

‫יושב‬ ‫ראש‬

‫י‬

‫רציגע לידער‬ ‫אר‬

‫מעשה למען‬ ‫שה ו‬ ‫עו‬

‫הכלל‬ ‫והפ‬ ‫רט‪,‬‬

‫ש‬

‫הנהלת‬ ‫הקהלה‬

‫משם יצא‬ ‫הוראה‬

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