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Your Excursions Guide to the Historical City of Philadelphia

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My good friend’s daughter was getting married. My nine-year-old daughter with Down syndrome was begging me to get her a gown for the chasuna. I kept saying “no” because I didn’t see a reason to incur the cost of buying a gown or the headache of getting one from a gemach and having to return it. Yet, my daughter was positive she was going to wear a gown to this chasunah. One Shabbos, we walked over to a different friend’s house. When we knocked at her door, no one answered. Her cousin lived in the same complex and saw us. She invited us to her house and we gratefully accepted something to drink. We spoke for a while, and I mentioned that my daughter wanted to wear a gown to a friend’s chasunah. She said she had a gown that I could borrow. As we were about to leave, my friend’s children noticed us and came over to us. It seems they had been home, but sleeping. Later on in the week, I picked up the gown. My daughter had been sure she would be wearing a gown and Hashem made it happen!

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Reversing Leptin Levels When it comes to reversing leptin levels in the body, after making sleep a priority and not eating within the 2-3 hours of going to sleep, the third step is to eat a number of smaller meals throughout the day rather than two or three large meals. Some people even starve themselves for half the day, but then the other half they can’t stop eating! If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, you know the instructions they give you before taking off: “If something goes wrong during the flight, always put your own oxygen mask on first, and then you can help your children.” Most people who fly with their kids have a hard time listening to this, because they just can’t imagine taking care of themselves first in the event of an emergency — how could their children come second? There is, however, a good reason for this. Say you don’t put your own oxygen mask on first, and then you lose consciousness. If that happens, neither you nor your children will be in a good position. We can only help others if we are taking good care of ourselves first. Please don’t get me wrong, though. In no way am I comparing the act of eating to an emergency. I just want to reinforce an important point. Too many people tell me that “they don’t have time to eat,” and most of these individuals end up saying that it’s because they are too busy taking care of other people. Putting yourself last may seem like a selfless act, but if you’re exhausted, nervous, and intolerant, then everyone is bound to suffer. Your kids

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We can only help others if we are taking good care of ourselves first.

and spouse will sense that you’re busy doing things for them, and they would rather you take care of yourself as well. Of course, as a mother you have certain responsibilities, but I feel it’s fair to say that if you skip meals (unless you’re a great faster, and skipping meals doesn’t affect you), most of you will get irritable at some point. So, for the sake of your family, please put your own “oxygen mask” on first when it’s time to eat. (In other words, drop whatever you’re doing and eat!) I don’t know the magic solution to sustaining ourselves and staying energized without a proper diet. Food gives us energy (at least the right foods do), and as I understand it, Hashem created food for a reason. The days we fast are designed for us to feel the pain of whatever that day symbolizes. In short, not eating is painful, and going hours without food is a form of fasting. If you’re serious about dropping weight and reversing your leptin resistance, then there is really no way around it. You need to be eating small meals every three to four hours. Eating smaller, more frequent meals is the key to reversing leptin resistance. I know that there isn’t enough time in the day to do everything we need to do and make sure we’re eating on a regular basis, but if you know that you’re doing it for your health, and to take better care of your family, I hope you will reconsider your current choices and make eating often a part of your life.


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when they have just started trying to reduce their intake, while others are better off starting with less and working their way up. When I talk about weight loss and leptin resistance, I feel comfortable saying that a person needs anywhere from 25 to 120 grams of carbs each day. Although the numbers may not make much sense to you, they are very important! If you are eating more than 120 grams of carbs per day (if you’re overweight), then chances are that you won’t lose any weight — and that means you won’t reverse your leptin resistance, either. The best way to determine the right amount for you is to meet

with an expert for an assessment. Of course, when it comes to children and teens during their growing years, many different factors must be evaluated before they significantly reduce their carb intake. Just know that reducing your carbohydrate intake is a major component of weight loss and balancing leptin levels. Stay tuned for next week’s article on the final step toward balancing leptin levels in the body.

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Rebbetzin Kleinman observed as two of her students argued during recess one day. Apparently, Tzippy was angry at Dassy because she had seen Dassy buy the last dress in a certain style. Tzippy had asked Dassy to let her buy it instead, but Dassy had refused. Tzippy felt she should have the dress because all of her sisters were wearing that style to their cousin’s chasunah and she wanted to match her sisters. Dassy felt that since she had picked it up first, she was entitled to buy it without being made to feel guilty. She was also attending a cousin’s chasunah, and while she did not have any sisters to match, this was the first dress she had liked after weeks of searching. Besides, she had found it first, and everyone knows it is firstcome-first-serve. When the argument escalated to the point where Rebbetzin Kleinman felt her intervention was required, she called for order in the classroom. The students all returned to their seats to listen to what Rebbetzin Kleinman had to say. Rebbetzin Kleinman asked the two girls who had been arguing to please stand on either side of the classroom at the front, facing each other, and requested that they close their eyes. While their

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eyes were closed, she pulled from her closet a large ball and placed it on her desk directly between them. The ball was a special ball which she had purchased after hearing a moshul about resolving conflicts such as this. The ball had two differ-

By nature, we will always see things from our own perspective and we will naturally believe our own view to be more correct, but a wise person tries to rise above this base level.

ent colors – the side facing one girl was black, while the side facing the other girl was white. Rebbetzin Kleinman asked the girls to open their eyes and describe what they see. One girl said she that she sees a white ball. Right away, the other girl blurted out that the ball was black.

The two girls began bickering again, this time about the color of the ball. Meanwhile, the class began to laugh. Confused, the girls stopped arguing and asked what was so funny. The teacher picked up the ball and turned it around so that they could see the truth. Now they, too, joined in the laughter. This week’s Parsha begins, “Vayikach Korach… – Korach took…” (Bamidbar 16:1) Rashi explains that these words mean that he took himself to one side. R’ Elimelech Biderman, shlita, quotes the Ropshitzer Rav, zy”a that when Korach took himself to one side, it means that he was only willing to view the dispute from one side: his own. Every disagreement has two sides, and Korach did not try to see the issue from Moshe Rabbenu’s perspective. He goes on to present astounding gematrias. The gematria of “tzad” (“side”) is 94. A wise person realizes there are two sides in every disagreement. By trying to see things from the other side, a wise person gains greater clarity on the truth. Two times the gematria of tzad is 94 x 2 =188. The gematria of pikayach (wise) is also 188. A person who is wise – pikayach – sees things from two sides. Taking this one step further, if two people are both wise,


striving to understand each other’s perspective, there is shalom. When you have two wise people, you have 188 x 2 = 376, which is the gematria of shalom – peace. So many times in life we stubbornly fight to defend our own viewpoint and refuse to acknowledge that maybe there is another side. If we cling too strongly to our own opinion and defend it too vigorously, we will be that much more embarrassed if we find out we had been mistaken. If we are truly seeking the emes, we will want to know if the other side has a valid point. By nature, we will always see things from our own perspective and we will naturally believe our own view to be more correct, but a wise person tries to rise above this base level. By seeking to view things from both sides, we make ourselves more wise, bring more peace to our relationships, and risk less embarrassment in the event we are proven wrong, so even if we lose, we win. Returning to the story of Rebbetzin Kleinman’s class, both girls who were arguing over the color of the ball had been correct according to what she could see – but each could only see her own side. Neither girl had stopped to consider that another person might see the same situation differently and not be wrong. As for their original argument – well, once Rebbetzin Kleinman had taught the girls the importance of seeing both sides of a disagreement, the fight was quickly resolved. Dassy agreed that Tzippy could borrow the dress for her cousin’s chasunah as long as she had it professionally cleaned in time for Dassy to wear to her own simcha a week later. The girls, now seeing each other’s side (94) became wise (188) and together had shalom (376). May we, too, try and see the viewpoint of others so we can always have shalom in our lives.

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One Halachah at a Time By Rebbetzin Y. Weissmandl

May one put slush ice pops in their liquid form into the freezer on Shabbos so that they’ll become slush?

It is muttar. The Chachomim assured doing molid on Shabbos and using something that was nolad on Shabbos. Therefore it is assur to melt solid ice into water even if one has no intention of using the water, because, turning solid ice into water appears to be molid (‫)דומה למוליד‬. The halacha also assurs putting ice in a spot where it can melt on its own. If the ice melts on its own, it’s assur to be used on Shabbos. One may, however, put ice into liquid (as it will dissolve into the liquid and the melted ice isn’t visible by itself). However, this is only muttar if the ice dissolves on its own and one doesn’t use any utensils to aid melting. Another example is putting ices or ice cream on top of the compote. This is muttar as long as one doesn’t stir the ices/ ice cream to help it melt faster. Leading poskim also assur making ice cubes from water on Shabbos. However, if one puts the ice cubes in the freezer

just before Shabbos so that they should become ice on Shabbos, it is muttar to dissolve those ice cubes into any liquid on Shabbos because its original form was liquid at the onset of Shabbos. • It is muttar to put liquid in the freezer with the intention of only making slush. • It is also muttar to dissolve slush back into liquid. This is not considered molid. However one should refrain from aiding this process by stirring by hand. • Slush created with an ice maker that doesn’t use water (but uses condensed air) is muktzah. • One may drink from a bottle of liquid that was removed from the freezer when it was partially frozen and then defrosted. • There are some who are machmir to eat solid fish sauce (zaft) only before it dissolves. [This is not a halacha.]

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It all began with a dream. A vision of awareness, of support. A new reality for our Third World Monsey — in terms of the autistic population. Especially the higher functioning ones. I Imagined our hometown as a place where parents knew whom to turn to with their child’s set of unexplained behavior; where community-wide awareness would diminish the shame that is associated with raising a child with autism. I envisioned a support team of truly sincere individuals who would hold the hands of such families all throughout their difficult journey, with provisions and services available to bring out the very best in these gifted children. I Imagined a yeshiva for our beautiful children. For those who have been struggling to keep afloat socially and behaviorally. For those who have been bullied as a result of their failure to live up to what their peers acquired naturally. I dreamed of what looked like a bridge, taking our children from their struggling life, on to the other side, by giving them the opportunity to shine in their strengths in a one-on-one environment. Just like Chaim has. The dreams were so wonderful. I began spending more and more time dreaming them. Gradually, we acquired a team. Of professionals, of experts, the very best in the field. And the more I dreamed, the more they turned it into reality, for my own son. At some point or another, I realized, I was a professional dreamer. And professional dreamer that I was, I knew that Monsey is seriously lacking. Lacking in the medium of the in-between. Of mainstream and

If Chaim deserves an individual program, providing for his unique set of needs, then don’t others deserve it, too? special needs. Of parents being forced to send their vulnerable children into the lion’s den of their typical counterparts, for lack of a better option. And finally, a lack of support systems for the struggling parents, which would make their lot oh-so-much easier to bear. Suddenly, I felt a powerful urge to wake up. To stop dreaming and start doing. Being that I already was involved with an amazing group of dedicated staff who bring years of experience to the table, our curriculum was solidly set up to give the best to our Chaim. And lastly, we had been successful in doing quite a bit of research and experimenting with various methods and therapeutic approaches to be confident in what works and what doesn’t. All which kept prompting me to keep asking myself repeatedly; if Chaim can have it, why can’t other children have it, too? If Chaim deserves an individual program, providing for his unique set of needs, then don’t others deserve it, too? And, finally, if Chaim can be getting the help which is so vital in aiding his growth towards being a functional adult, there must be a way to give others the same opportunity of acquiring vital life skills that they normally wouldn’t get — thus avoiding the sacrifice of their future potential. With that determination, we set out, taking one baby step at a time towards a new reality. With gradual yet steady progress, we are finally ready to

launch a very beautiful yeshiva program that will benefit the individual needs of our highfunctioning autistic generation. Thus, my dream came true and “Gesher L’Talmidim” was born. It is, indeed, a bridge that will get our children from a state of struggle to a place of success. The focus will be on developing each child to his fullest so that he may rejoin the mainstream setting if and when the time comes. We settled our starting date for the summertime, so that parents will have the option of a trial period before committing to a place for the upcoming school year. Our daily scheduling involves lots of outdoor activity, swimming lessons, and multisensory exercise. Since autism affects the ability to self-learn basic lessons in life, every child will be assigned to his own Rebbe and teacher, for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol, so that they may learn valuable lessons in kriah, writing, Parsha, Chumash, and Mishnayos, as well as necessary math, reading, and other important skills, all at their own pace. Being a mother myself, there is a strong belief in my heart, that parents know what’s best for their child. With that in mind, we will work tirelessly to individualize each child’s program to suit his needs, as well as his parents’ intuition, so that, together, we may bring new light to a beautiful tomorrow, b’ezras Hashem.

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Sara could hear the fire alarms above the din of crackling wood and melting shingles. Where were the people?! Sara wondered, terrified. The front driveway was empty, eerily so. Hadn’t they heard the alarms? Weren’t they the first to find out? How soon had she woken up to this? Where was everyone? Were they trapped? And where were the firefighters? They weren’t there yet. They always came too late. There were lives at stake. Had Elimelech been the only one to call? Where were they already? Were there people inside needing to be saved? Could the house be saved? The fire looked dangerous, hungry. Why wasn’t anyone doing something? From across the street, her kids and all the neighbors from the block were watching, fascinated and scared, talking like bleating sheep in the night. A rising panic gripped her. This scene would forever be etched into the young, pure minds of her children. She needed to protect them. “Let’s take the kids away,” she said to her husband. Elimelech herded them toward the car. “I want to see!” Tehilla shouted. “Yeah, we want to see,” Moshe and Benyamin said. “Let’s go. This is too traumatic,” Sara urged her husband. She shooed the kids to get into the car. “Wait. No. Wait. You take them.” How could she care about this when other lives were at stake? Her husband regarded her. “I have to make sure the neighbors are okay,” she said, and flew out of the car. She was shivering. The ground was dewy, wet, but the air was sliced with raging heat. She could hear fire alarms sounding again and again, as if the fire wasn’t sign enough, as if they needed to wake someone up. Where was everyone? Were they sleeping? How could it be? She moved toward the house, but the heat was unbearable. She ran back. Should she go into her house and try using telephoning again for help? Then she could see the neighbors congregating on her lawn. They were out. They

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were coming out, scared, noisy — but alive. They exclaimed and spoke and yelled and cried, but they were there. Wait. Where was Tzipoiry Eiss? “Did anyone see Tzipoiry?” she shouted above the wails of fire engines, finally drawing closer. “No, she’s not out! But I could hardly get out myself,” Goldy Friedman’s teeth were chattering with fright and shock. Goldy had never spoken to Sara before. Used her backyard, yes. Sat at the same table for Seudah Shlishis, yes, but never spo-

From seeing the way the flames, having indulged their fury, were now ever more solicitous, Sara knew — she just knew — Tzipoiry’s family was trapped. ken, as if she believed the chasm between them was unbridgeable. Now, shaking all over, her teeth chattering, her children at her side, she spoke incessantly. “I wake up, and the alarm is going. And first, I thought it was my dream. It took me a few moments to get up. And then, I see it’s for real. The house is full of smoke, I’m coughing, and I’m like, how do I get out? I scream to my husband, ‘Wake up!’ but he’s fast asleep, so I run to get my Rivky and Heshy, and I’m ready to run out,


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and the steps are burning, and I can’t leave my husband here sleeping, but I need to save my kids. I need to save my kids!” Her eyes were wide. Tears ran down her face. “And I’m scared to even go down the stairs. I wanted my husband there, but I knew it would only get worse, I didn’t have time to waste, I had to get the kids out.” Sara wanted to stay, to listen, to put an arm around the young woman and stop the volatile shaking. But she could see Goldy’s husband, disoriented and bumbling around the yard, but here, he was alive. But Tzipoiry! Where was she? Everyone was out except for her. Maybe she was at a simchah? What wishful thinking. Sara knew she would have known if Tzipoiry had a simchah. Sara would have been told, if only to be solicited for babysitting or outfit maivening or last-minute ironing or what not. From the way Goldy described her escape, how the stairs were impassable even while her husband was still sleeping, meant it took seconds for the fire to get out of control. From seeing the way the flames, having indulged their fury, were now ever more solicitous, Sara knew — she just knew — Tzipoiry’s family was trapped.

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And there was nothing she could do. She had tried going close to the building, but it was suicidal, the heat unnatural, unbearable, unsurvivable. The firefighters were here. Finally. Lethargically, the engines pulled into the street, their heavy metal heaving with every turn. The men huddled together to discuss a game plan. One of them started unrolling the hose. Sara couldn’t contain herself and burst into the circle of gathered fire volunteers. “There’s a family that’s still trapped inside!” she screamed. “The others who got out almost didn’t make it! The Eiss family lives second door left!” They looked at her, and still, there was a pause, as they regarded her, and her insistence that they move. “Please, I beg you. A family with five young children are unaccounted for. Left side, second floor. Please!” She was crying, and she couldn’t tell if it was because of the fire, which was now occupying the entire front of the house, even jumping the fire wall to the other side. “You have to stand back,” a burly blond firefighter told her. “This is a fire zone.” “A family is inside! Don’t rope off the area when there are lives to be saved. Do something!” “Keep back. Keep back!” “If you’re not going in there I have to go in. I can’t stand here when I know that five children are trapped in a fire!”

“There’s a family that’s still trapped inside!” She was pushed aside by firefighters with a promise that, “Everything is being taken care of” I should have gone in. I can never live with this. Never. Never. Where were they? Were they still in pain? Not knowing what else to do with herself, short of taking her own life in the blaze, she threw herself into the prickly bush at the curb and heaved terrible, helpless tears. Tzipoiry, her big annoying face, and the faces of her children, sweet, beautiful, often smeared with unwashed dirt and framed with unbrushed hair, lost in clouds of blackish smoke. Every inch of her said, “Do something. Do anything. Just go in and act.” Every inch of her remained rooted to the spot. With the ugly fire blazing in the background, she clutched at the bush, allowing the pricks to burrow into her skin. And she davened like she never had before. To be continued...

Chany Rosengarten’s work has appeared in Mishpacha, Ami, Jewish Press, Chabad.org, Lakewood Shopper and of course, The Monsey View. She writes for businesses and entertainment venues, gives workshops on writing and success, and her book Jerusalem Stone will soon be released.


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Slimming Suppers By: Draizy Wercberger

When you have a supper plan all laid out, with perfect calorie counters next to it‌ life is just so much simpler! This is the last installment of our diet series; I hope the momentum continues for all of you‌ Good Luck to you all!

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Lemon-Flavored Chicken Breasts Quick, easy, filling, and dietetic.

Ingredients: 4 chicken breasts 2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon lemon zest* 2 tablespoons oil Salt and pepper to taste

Directions: 1. In a small bowl, mix honey, lemon zest, oil, and salt and pepper. Pour over cutlets and let marinade for 2-3 hours 2. Grill cutlets for 3-4 minutes per side. Serve with fresh lemon rounds.

1 lemon, cut into rounds Note: This makes 4 servings. Each serving has 240 calories.

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Zucchini Lasagna This is really a guilt-free milchig supper.

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Directions:

8 ounces reduced-fat cream cheese 15 ounces low-fat cottage cheese Salt and pepper, to taste 2 medium zucchini, sliced into thin half-rings 1 garlic clove, chopped 2 teaspoons oregano 6 no-bake lasagna noodles ½ cup part-skim mozzarella cheese

1. Preheat oven to 425°. 2. In a medium bowl, combine cream cheese, cottage cheese, and salt and pepper. Set aside. In another bowl, combine zucchini, garlic, and oregano. 3. Spread 1/3 of the zucchini mixture in an 8-inch pan. Top with two lasagna noodles, then 1/3 of the cheese mixture. Repeat another two times; zucchini mixture, noodles, and then cheese mixture. Sprinkle top with ½ cup mozzarella cheese. 4. Cover with foil and bake until bubbly and noodles are soft, about 35 minutes. Uncover and bake for an additional 20 minutes.

Note: This serves 4 people. Each serving has 370 calories.

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Create Your Own Salad Bowl At the current time, this is the supper in my house at least twice a week. Once you’ll read the recipe, you’ll see why. Every night it tastes different, looks different, and it’s simple as pie! I wrote the calories for the salad base, different add-in proteins, and dressing options. This way you can decide exactly how you want your salad to taste and know how many calories you’ll be eating. Enjoy!

Salad Base:

Add Ins:

1 ½ cups lettuce

15 calories

3 falafel balls, baked

120 calories

½ cup corn kernels

62 calories

5 oz. grilled chicken cutlet

141 calories

1 cup broccoli florets

27 calories

3 oz. grilled lean steak

179 calories

1 red onion, thinly sliced

40 calories

4 oz. turkey pastrami

140 calories

1 sweet potato, cut into small cubes

86 calories

(you can either microwave the sweet potato or bake until soft)

Dressing: 1 ounce tehini

90 calories

Russian dressing

130 calories

( ¼ cup lite mayo + 2 tablespoons ketchup + 1 teaspoon lemon juice)

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Fruit is a great snack, dessert, or addition to just about any meal. While a scoop of vanilla ice cream has 260 calories, a delicious summer fruit might work as that sweet thing to end the meal with. Here’s a handy chart for you to compare the different values of different fruits. Watermelon, which is classified as a vegetable and didn’t make it onto this list, sure makes it onto the summer menu. 8 oz. diced, which comes to about 5.4 oz. contains 46 calories. It 94% water and 6% sugar.

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Carbs (grams)

Water Content (%)

Apple

95

25.1

85

Apricot

30

6.7

85

Avocado

150

2

60

Banana

107

26

75

Blackberry

1

0.2

85

Cherry

2.4

0.6

83

Clementine

24

5

66

Fig

10

2.4

24

Grape

3

0.9

82

Grapefruit

100

23

65

Kiwi

34

8

75

Lemon

20

3.4

85

Mango

40

9.5

80

Honeydew Melon (wedge)

36

9

90

Cantaloupe (wedge)

25

6

93

Nectarine

25

9

93

Olive

6.8

0.5

63

Orange

65

8.5

73

Peach

35

7

80

Pear

45

12

77

Pineapple

50

58

85

Plum

25

6

79

Prunes

9

2.2

37

Raisin

5

1.4

37

Raspberry

1.1

0.2

13

Strawberry

2.7

0.6

90

Tangerine

26

6

60

Tomato

9

4.2

93

Cherry Tomato

2

0.5

90

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Election Process

General Election By Ruchel Lebovits

The general election process, unlike the primary process, was laid out in the Constitution of the United States when it was first written. Let’s have a look at Article II Section I: “…Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but

the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted. The Person having the greatest Number of Votes shall be the President… “ When writing the Constitution, the Framers based many of the federal laws on existing state laws and structures. Most of the states had the three-branch system: executive, legislative and judicial, and so the Framers con-

This year, the states you should be looking out for are Ohio, Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Florida — as well as Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector. The Electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by Ballot for two Persons, of whom one at least shall not be an Inhabitant of the same State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the Persons voted for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the Seat of the Government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate. The President of the Senate shall, in

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structed the federal government to have that as well. In some states, the legislative branch selected a person to serve as the executive, or the governor. In other states, the people voted for an executive themselves. There was much discussion among the Framers about how our federal executive, the president, would be selected, via the legislature or popular vote. In the end, they reached a compromise. Neither Congress nor the electorate votes for the president will be the one to select the president. A special committee was created for the purpose of voting in the presi-

dent. This committee is called the Electoral College. Each candidate running for president has his or her own group of electors in each state, generally chosen by the candidate’s political party. The electors equal the number of representatives that state has in Congress. For example, Vermont has three members of Congress — two senators and one representative — so they have three electors chosen for the democratic presidential candidate and three for the republican. California, which has 55 members of Congress — two senators and 53 representatives, has 55 electors for each candidate as well. Washington D.C. gets three electors; the minimum amount any state can have. On Election Day, when voters cast their ballot for one of the presidential candidates, they are technically voting for their candidate’s electors. When the votes are tallied, the electors for the candidate who got the most votes in that state, get to cast their votes for the president. Most states appoint their electors on a winner-take-all basis, based on the statewide popular vote on Election Day; meaning the candidate with the majority votes in that state get all of the state’s electors. Maine and Nebraska are the only two current exceptions, as both states use the congressional-district method. The electors meet in December of election


year (the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December to be exact; this year it will be December 19th). Their votes are recorded on a “Certificate of Vote,” which is then sent to Congress who counts the votes on the 6th of January in the year following Election year (in our case January 6th, 2017). So what does it really take for a presidential candidate to win the election? Rather than winning the popular vote, they must win at least 270 electors (435 members in the House of Representatives + 100 senators + 3 representatives for Washington D.C. = 538 / 2 =269 + 1 for the majority). So, going forward, candidates will focus

on the states with the most electors that are up for grabs and try to win the popular vote in those states. There are some states that will almost always go to one of the two parties. For example, New York will vote democrat, while Texas will vote republican. Then there are “swing states,” states that have an approximately even number of democratic and republican voters. Each political party calculates a path to victory. They chalk the states that vote for them into their column and the states that vote against them in their opponent’s column. And then they do research and run polls and try to figure out what positions their candidates should take,

how the candidate should present themselves so that he or she will have to best chance of winning in enough swing states to get to 270. The campaigns will then spend most of their ad money in those states. Those are also the states which the candidates will spend the most time campaigning in. This year, the states you should be looking out for are Ohio, Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, Virginia, and Florida — as well as Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan. These are the states in which we will be following the polls closely over the coming months to try and get a handle on where we might be at the end of this ever-changing election cycle.

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The birthplace of our country is not only rich in history, but also full of fun family attractions with nearby Jewish communities that have minyanim. This makes Philadelphia a great destination for the entire family, whether as an overnight trip, or even as a day trip, as it’s just about two hours away. Camden, New Jersey is just a few minutes from Philly, with its Jewish community in Cherry Hill. You can choose to lodge at either location and enjoy the attractions that are all within twenty minutes of each other.

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A I H P L E D A L I PH ZOO Rated among the top three zoos in the US, the Philadelphia Zoo is America’s oldest zoo, and features more than 1,300 incredible creatures from all over the world. Spread over 42 acres, there’s so much more to do in this zoo than animal watching. Much to the delight of visitors, a network of tunnels is installed where animals roam; you get to see monkeys, tigers, and even lions doing antics over your heads. Another great way to see the animals is from high up, in the Zooballoon, a hot air balloon that rises 400 feet above the zoo. From there, you can see the giraffes, the zebras, the polar bears, and even the Philadelphia skyline. This balloon flies when wind and weather conditions permit. You can also ride a pedal-powered swan boat on the lake, or hitch a ride upon a camel’s back for your tour of “Africa.” If you prefer something more Western, saddle up and hit the dusty trail atop a pony or draft horse! There’s a Rainforest carousel, too, to round out this amazing all-day attraction.

3400 W, Girard Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19104 215-243-1100

Adults, $23; Children 2-11 $19; Under 2, free; Pre-paid parking: $16 per vehicle Zooballoon: $12 per person, or $40 per family of four; Under 2, free Additional fees apply to camel and horseback rides, carousel, lorikeet feeding, train, and boats. Annual Family Membership starts at $135. The best deal for a family is usually the Deluxe Family Membership at $265, which includes free admission to the zoo and one free ride per visit on all attractions (except for the Zooballoon) for 2 adults and 6 children, plus 2 guests for one year.

Travel time: 2 hours and 8 minutes

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Adult, $29; Child $19; under 3, $5

Ride this bus through the most historic square mile in America and through Philly’s famous museum district, and then, in the same bus, splash down and cruise the Delaware. This 80-minute interactive sightseeing experience mixes history and fun. Yep, Ride the Ducks is an amphibian – this thing really does go from land right into the river, with the latest in marine safety.

P I H S E L T T A B Y E S R E J W E N 100 Clinton St. Camden, NJ 08103 856-966-1652 Adult, $21.95; child, $17.00; under 4, free

Travel time: 2 hours

At 887 feet of armor-plated steel, the 45,000-ton Battleship New Jersey which served in World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam, and the Gulf War, dominates not only the New Jersey waterfront, but also American naval history. Winding through tight, narrow companionways, visitors see the communication center, and officers’ and enlisted men’s mess halls and sleeping quarters, which range from small private rooms for senior officers to even smaller cots stacked atop each other for enlisted men. The dimly lit Combat Engagement Center displays radar and sonar tracking stations, while videos show the launch of Tomahawk missiles. A highlight of the tour is the turret where 2,700-pound shells were loaded and fired. Best of all, some of the tour guides served active duty on the “Big J” and are more than happy to share their personal experiences.

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N I L K N A R F THE INSTITUTE 222 N 20th St Philadelphia, PA 19103 215-448-1200

The Franklin Institute is an interactive museum where visitors learn about scientific concepts in hands-on science experiments and exhibits, ranging from anatomy and body health to electricity and airplanes. It has a fulldome planetarium with assorted 3D shows, and a few premium experiences that are available for an upcharge. The most iconic exhibit of The Franklin Institute, The Giant Heart, is where children get to actually explore the chambers of a two-story-high heart and push through clear and clogged arteries. After that, they can step into a surgical suite and learn about open-heart surgery. The Electricity exhibit is not only interactive, where visitors can generate enough electricity to turn on a light bulb and isolate themselves from static charges, but includes historical artifacts such as tools used by the founder of electricity himself, Benjamin Franklin. There are some adult exhibits, such as Your Brain. It is a fascinating exhibit where visitors get to explore and experiment with how their brain works and processes information. There, they can run lie detector tests, scale a neural climb, and participate in interactive displays. In Sir Isaac’s Loft, physics comes to life. Children can test Newton’s Laws of Motion with prisms, pulleys, and pendulums, and also discover how energy is transferred between moving objects. Pulleys are even used to lift their body weight with ease. Parking is pricey, so consider taking public transit.

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L A N O I T A N E C N E D N E INDEP K R A P L A C I R HISTO Start your exploration of the square mile in the U.S. with the most history at Independence Visitor Center. Pick up free timed tickets for the Independence Hall, where the Founding Fathers hammered out the beginnings of the United States. While there, be sure to visit the nearby iconic Liberty Bell in Liberty Bell Tower, one of the park’s most most famous attractions that draws more than 2.2 million people per year. See the famously fractured bronze bell and snag a nice view of Independence Hall through the glass windows that look out over the park. Move on to the National Constitution Center, dedicated to the four most powerful pages in American history, for special exhibits as well as an action-packed look at the history and ongoing impact of the Constitution. Besides for the abovementioned site, which every tourist visits, there are some secrets hidden within the 55 acres that make up Independence National Historical Park.

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Among those secrets are a series of little known gardens. Just above Walnut Street between 3rd and 4th streets sit two classic recreations of 18th Century Gardens. The gardens were created by the National Park Service and their style is meant to demonstrate what a garden in Philadelphia would have looked like in the 18th century. Further south along Locust street, between 4th and 5th streets, there are two more gardens. The northernmost garden is known as the Rose Garden and was originally donated in 1971 to honor those who signed The Declaration of Independence. Just south of the Rose Garden is the Magnolia Garden, a garden donated back in 1959 by in honor of the founders of our nation. Walking an extra few blocks to these gardens can provide an opportunity to escape the crowds in Independence Park and enjoy a meal in comfort. The Magnolia and Rose Gardens provide the most open space and seating to enjoy a picnic lunch or supper.


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The opportunities for fun within the park are endless! Wheel Fun Rentals at FDR Park puts explorers in motion with a plethora of vessels for traversing land and water, including surreys, tandem bicycles, cruisers, choppers, pedal boats, kayaks, and more! Once you’ve selected your ride, cruise along trails throughout the park, or pedal along the Delaware River on a two-wheeled bike. Those opting for water-bound adventures can hop aboard kayaks or pedal boats and explore this beautiful park lake. Wheel Fun Rentals also offers Segway tours of Philadelphia. They run from $70-$100 per person. Call them for details. FDR Park also features a playground, acres of greenery and beautiful views, walking and biking trails, and a golf course.

Adventure Aquarium features unusual animals which the children find fascinating, including stingrays, hippos, starfish, and fish from all over the world. There’s a dark shark tunnel, which makes visitors feel as if they are in the ocean, and an all new Shark Bridge, a v-shaped roped suspension bridge (the longest of its kind in the world) on which visitors can walk just inches above the sharks. There is Penguin Island, as well as a beach for little blue penguins, and loads of exhibits where visitors can come nose to nose with beautiful and interesting creatures. There’s also a touch pool, where a variety of slimy ocean occupants can be touched.

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THE LIBERTY BELL • Next to the Statue of Liberty, the White House, and Mount Rushmore, the Liberty Bell is probably one of the most well-known icons in America. Weighing in at 2,080 pounds, this big bell was originally commissioned in 1751 to announce important events taking placing in the Philada, Pennsylvania State House — which is now known to the world as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. • The Liberty Bell developed its first crack on the day it was first tested for sound, the crack likely the result of casting flaws. Attempts at adding additional copper and recasting the bell produced no better results. The bell continued to crack with time, and finally, at the annual ringing that took place on George Washington’s birthday, the Liberty Bell split beyond repair. • Though many associate the Liberty Bell with the Declaration of Independence, the bell was actually undergoing repairs at the time that Congress declared independence in 1776, and is highly improbable that it rang in honor of the monumental event. It is believed that a fictional story written in 1847 accredited the Liberty Bell with ringing out in declaration of independence, due to a particularly moving scene that captured the minds of readers. • The iconic bell was actually given the name of “Liberty” due to the abolitionists that adopted it as a symbol of their movement. It first appeared on the cover an 1837 edition of the magazine Liberty, published by the New York Anti-Slavery Society, and thus earned its name. Until that point, it was solely referred to as “The State Bell.”

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BELLS WORTH BOASTING ABOUT THE SPIRITUAL ASPECT OF BELLS • On the hem of the Kohen Gadol’s me’il, metal bells were placed in an alternating pattern together with metal pomegranates. Every small movement the Kohel Gadol made caused a tinkling sound to be heard, reminding one that every tiny action has repercussions. (Rabbi Mordechai Gifter tz”l.) • It is the also the custom of some Jewish communities to design the crown or finials (rimonim) that are placed on a Sefer Torah with small bells to alert congregants that the Torah is being removed for laining. • Beyond these circumstances however, bells are of limited use in Jewish life due to their roots in avodah zara, for what they were originally created.

• The Tsar Bell of the Moscow Kremlin is the world’s largest bell, weighing in at a whopping 445,166 pounds! It was never rung, having developed a crack during a fire that broke out while it was being cast. The tremendous heat of the fire as it burned the bell’s wooden support structure and the subsequent cold water splashed upon it to douse the flames caused the bell to split in eleven places, rendering it useless. • Bell pulls were used by the affluent to summon servants during the 1850s, and perhaps even earlier. Connected to a tuggable cord, bells with various tones would be installed in each room of a house, signaling to servants their master’s specific location and desire of service. • Hard of hearing, Alexander Graham Bell’s mother was the catalyst for Bell’s fascination with hearing, speech, and vibrations. Through his work with the deaf population, Bell was able to teach many people to speak despite hearing disabilities. In fact, Bell was the founder of The American Association to Promote the Teaching of Speech to the Deaf, and spent his life working with the deaf community, including Helen Keller. While researching ways to help this population, Alexander Graham Bell happened to invent the telephone. • Handbells are small bells designed to be rung by hand. Though handbells were used since the late 1600s as a way to catch people’s attention, the art of ringing handbells is now considered a form of music, with many various techniques used to produce melodious sounds. More importantly, handbells take their place in music therapy, enabling even some of the most severely disabled members of society to have the satisfaction of creating music. Now that’s boastworthy!

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Adjusting to Health Chiropractic Part 1

What Is Chiropractic? The most popular form of treatment in alternative health, chiropractic is a hands-on, drugfree approach to health care. Primarily known for treating back pain, the goals of chiropractic care is to treat subluxation (dysfunction in a joint, or misaligned bone) prevent injury in the musculoskeletal system, as well as to provide relief for many other diseases. The main treatment technique, Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMT) is where the hands are used to manipulate, massage, mobilize, adjust, stimulate, apply traction to, or otherwise influence the spine, joints, and related tissues to correct a subluxation. This restores mobility to joints restricted by tissue injury (caused by a traumatic event such as falling), or repetitive stress, (such as sitting without proper back support). However, many chiropractors also offer counseling in areas such as therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises and healthy living, and chiropractic is sometimes used in conjunction with conventional medical treatment.

Early Beginnings Chiropractic was founded in 1895 by Daniel David Palmer in Iowa. His first chiropractic pa-

tient was a janitor in his office building who claimed that he had severely reduced hearing for 17 years, which started soon following a “pop” in his spine. Hypothesizing that manual adjustment of the spine could cure all disease, Palmer adjusted the janitor’s spine. Several days later, the patient claimed his hearing was almost completely restored! Although he initially kept chiropractic a family secret, in 1898 Palmer began teaching it to a few students at his new Palmer School of Chiropractic. His son Bartlett Joshua (BJ) Palmer, took over the Palmer School in 1906, and rapidly expanded its enrollment. In the beginning, those in the field of chiropractic disdained the use of instruments. However, in 1910, B.J. changed course and endorsed X-rays as necessary for diagnosis (though this caused a large amount of the more conservative faculty and students of Palmer School

Common Cure for: IBS Neck Pain Headaches Back Pain Joint Pain Osteoarthritis

to leave). By the 1930s, chiropractic was the largest alternative healing profession in the U.S. However, its western medical rival — the American Medical Association (AMA) — sought to delegitimize it. They lobbied to get chiropractors arrested — simply for helping patients with their hands. D.D. Palmer and approximately 12,000 other chiropractors were jailed. In response, B.J. Palmer cofounded the Universal Chiropractors’ Association (UCA) to provide legal services to arrested chiropractors. Although the UCA won their first case in 1907, prosecutions instigated by state medical boards became increasingly common and in many cases were successful. In response, chiropractors conducted political campaigns to secure separate licensing statutes, eventually succeeding in all fifty states. By the mid 1990s there was a growing scholarly interest in chiropractic, which helped efforts to improve service quality and establish clinical guidelines that recommended manual therapies for acute lowback pain. In recent decades, chiropractic gained legitimacy and greater acceptance by medical physicians and health plans, and enjoys a strong demand for services.

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Frequently Asked Questions: What certification is required for a DC (Doctor of Chiropractic)? Education typically includes an undergraduate degree plus three or four years of chiropractic college at institutions accredited by the U.S. Department of Education. How do chiropractors diagnose illness? They don’t; they only analyze what is happening in the person’s body and how to apply adjustments. A chiropractor first takes medical history, performs a physical examination, and may use lab tests or diagnostic imaging to determine if treatment is appropriate for the patient. Chiropractors may also refer a patient to an appropriate specialist, or comanage with another health care provider. Sometimes chiropractors will claim that there is subluxation in the spinal structure, yet it won’t show up on an X-ray. Why is that? Often, the subluxation is a functional entity; not structural misalignment. Therefore, the abnormality is no more visible on static X-ray than a limp or headache or any other functional problem. Are there any risks involved in chiropractic care? If so, what are they? Spinal manipulation and chiropractic care are generally considered safe, effective treatments, and there is a lot of evidence suggesting that. As with every therapeutic and medical interventions, though, adverse reactions are possible. One concern which has received some recent coverage is stroke caused by cervical manipulation (though cases have been very rare). Does chiropractic pose a danger for any specific group of people? People who have osteoporosis, spinal cord compression, or inflammatory arthritis, or who take blood-thinning medications should not undergo spinal adjustments. In addition, patients with certain types of cancer (such as bone cancer in the spine or neck) may not be ideal for regular chiropractic care. There are, however, very gentle techniques appropriate for almost any situation. Alternative health generally isn’t covered by insurance plans. However, chiropractors are subjected to rigorous medical studies and licensing laws. Does medical insurances cover their services? In the U.S., most states require insurers to cover chiropractic care, and most HMOs cover these services, including Medicare, and some Medicaid plans.

The Science The theory in chiropractic is that proper alignment of the body’s musculoskeletal structure, particularly the spine, enables the body to heal itself without surgery or medication. This is based on the scientific premise that the body is a self-healing and selfregulating organism. How to heal is controlled by the brain and transmitted via the spinal cord and nerves throughout the body. Our skull protects the delicate structures of the brain and the spine protects the intricate communication pathways of the spinal cord and exiting nerve roots. If these nervous system pathways become impaired, malfunction of the tissue and organ function throughout the body can result, leading to disease. The art of chiropractic focuses on this relationship between the spine and the nervous system and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health. By treating dysfunction (or subluxation, in chiropractic lingo) in the musculoskeletal system, health is restored to the body’s “communication system,” allowing for it to send accurate, healing messages which will help restore the body to optimal health. Next week, meet a popular Monsey chiropractor. Read about his initiation to chiropractic, his incredible success, and how he debunks some myths. Have a question about alternative health? Want to recommend a topic? Drop us a line at rivkacsteif@gmail.com

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There is nothing better than a batch of mug cakes. They are easy to prepare, are ready in a flash and since they are single-serving sized, they leave behind no evidence that you cheated on your diet. Because not every microwave has the same wattage, cooking times may vary, and be aware that you need to cook these until just set or they will be overdone. Finally, for best taste and texture, mug cakes should be eaten immediately.

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Peanut Butter Stuffed Brownie in a Mug This is really indulgent but not too sweet, which I appreciate. If you need your brownies sweeter, feel free to play around with the sugar. These are also low in fat which means there is less guilt and more pleasure. ¼ cup cocoa ¼ cup flour ¼ cup sugar 1 tsp. vanilla sugar pinch salt pinch baking powder 2 tsp. oil 6 Tbsp. water 1 ½ tsp. peanut butter 1 ½ tsp. powdered sugar Mix peanut butter and powdered sugar into a ball and set aside. Combine all other ingredients until smooth and pour into a greased mug, dropping peanut butter ball vertically into the center of the mug. Microwave for 30 seconds, then at 10 second intervals until the top is just set — it took about 80 seconds on my microwave. Eat warm, making sure to get some peanut butter in every delicious bite!

Massive Chocolate Chip Cookie This has been my go-to recipe for sleepovers for a long time and the smell alone puts me in a good mood. 2 egg yolks 2 Tbsp. sugar 2 Tbsp. brown sugar 2 Tbsp. oil 7 Tbsp. flour ¼ tsp. baking powder pinch salt ¼ tsp. vanilla lots of chocolate chips Beat egg and add sugars, oil and vanilla and mix well. Add flour, baking powder and salt and mix again until combined. Add chocolate chips as desired and pour into a greased, oversized mug. Microwave for 30 seconds, then repeatedly at 10 second intervals until just done — 60 seconds was perfect for me. Eat right away!

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By Chaya Liba Aarons

VACATION The trees sway, waving to me. Welcome to vacation. Welcome to the place of your dreams, to the time of your dreams. I sit back on the huge, open balcony, enveloped in a circle of rich foliage. I am alone, delightedly alone. No one intrudes. I can sing, I can cry, I can think aloud. No one sees me. No one is whining or pulling at my skirt. No one

needs me, asks of me, demands of me. No one is taking me away from the moment. I inhale a gulp of fresh, unpolluted air, and look around with content. Three days all to myself. How will I fill them? I will sleep. The thought is obvious, but still exhilarating. I will sleep as long as I’d like. No one will tear me away from my bed at three am for a bottle, and no mischievous toddler will be raiding the cabinets at six am. I won’t be blinking in exhaustion

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in the afternoon and collapse on the couch when bedtime — oh, now kiddies’ bedtime is far away — is over. I will be rejuvenated and relaxed all day, and take a rest whenever I want. I will enjoy the quiet. I will sit in the stillness and listen to my thoughts so I can almost hear them. I will enjoy the rare moments of unbroken solitude. I will breathe deeply and appreciate my breath, my life, my existence. I will look deep inside myself and discover who I really am. I will be at one with my true self. I will just be. I will do things I love. I’ll sit down, or lie down, to the book I’ve wanted to read for years and will lose myself in the magic of a good read. I will reconnect to that hobby of my teenage years and allow myself to just enjoy. And it will be time to take out the writing projects that haven’t got past their second line. I will let my pen take me to far and exciting places — in the vistas of my very own heart. And I won’t forget the book of midrashim I’d always wanted to study. I will pore over the timeless lessons and allow myself the intellectual stimulation I so crave. Over meals I will also satisfy that need with intellectual, mature discussions on controversy and matters of true significance with my peers. I will talk and debate truth and honesty and values, the things that truly inspire me. I will enjoy nature. The breathtaking nature around me calls to me. It slices my heart with


waves of pain, the pain of longing. How I love nature, how much I miss it. I will have the joy of seeing a pure and beautiful world, designed by a perfect hand. I will gaze at nature’s innocence and give it a place in my heart. I will walk among trees and shrubbery and flowers, and stop to wonder at their virgin beauty. I will stand in open grass fields and see nothing but earth and sky. I will see a world that follows the Heavenly call, the world that fulfills His command without question. I will lie on the beach, listening to the reassuring wash of the waves as it lunges toward me and then demurely recedes. I will sink into the carpet of warm sand and let it slide

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I will sleep as long as I’d like. No one will tear me away from my bed at three am for a bottle, and no mischievous toddler will be raiding the cabinets at six am. through my fingers. I will squint at the bright sky and finally close my eyes, awash in the sun’s goodness. I will be at one with nature and the world. But abruptly, cruelly, my vacation will be over. I will be robbed of sleep, quiet, enjoyment, and nature. My desperate wants will have to be stashed away for another time, perhaps another year. Or will they? Perhaps these needs are everyday needs, things that keep me alive in my own beautiful and bountiful life. Perhaps they should be mine to keep, forever. Perhaps I had to take a break from life to discover what I need all the time. Perhaps I needed the freedom to fill my needs to know that I must always be free. I need to sleep enough at all times, and I must find a way to do so. I need quiet time to think and allow myself to just be, and I will make the time for it. I need to do things I love, just for myself, so I will be bursting with life and the desire to shower others with life. I will reclaim my right to read and learn and fuel my inner passions. And I need nature, to reconnect to the purity of this world, and I will find it close to home. Then every day of my life will be the day of my dreams.

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Community News By Sandy Eller

Racing to a Colorful Finish For Chesed 24/7 The sky was bright blue, the grass was vivid green, and the sun a cheerful yellow, but those colors paled by comparison as 500 women and girls cheerfully found themselves blasted with rainbows of paint as they showed their support for Chesed 24/7 at its second annual Color Run. The 5K race, held at Eugene Levy Memorial Park in Pomona on June 26th, was the kind of event that organizations dream of: a successful fundraiser that was thoroughly enjoyed by all. “This is a lot of fun for a very good cause with people of all ages coming and having a good time,” added volunteer Rachel Katz. “It’s really nice to see how this brings together all different types of people.” Walkers and runners traversed the course at the pace of their choice, some sprinting to the finish line hoping to set personal records, while oth-

ers took their time, chatting amiably with friends old and new, while enjoying the inspirational messages written on the path in sidewalk chalk and the encouraging (and often hilarious) signs posted along the path. Dozens of the almost 100 volunteers on hand were interspersed all over the course, some armed with paint guns, who drenched participants in bursts of pink, yellow, orange, blue, and green, while others handed out freeze pops. While all finishers received commemorative medals, everyone walked away with something far greater — a sense of satisfaction, knowing that they helped Chesed 24/7 continue its vital work within the community that involves serving up meals to hospitalized patients, stocking hospitality rooms, running equipment gemachs, and arranging special programs for seniors and the developmentally disabled.

LISTEN UP JUICE-LOVERS. Prigat is proud to announce it will now be carrying supervision from a much-esteemed authority in the kashrus industry, HaRav Landau of BneiBrak, Israel. Prigat, a leader in the kosherbeverage industry and one of Israel’s most timeless brands has taken its’ kashrus up a notch, now catering to the most stringent levels of kosher observance. You understood right, this mean Prigat beverages are coming to a store near you. With dozens of products and flavors ranging from squeezed and concentrated juices to nectars; your thirst will forever be quenched. Prigat understands the importance of freshness and taste and their beverages do not disappoint. Perfect for Shabbos meals, Sunday outings and all kinds of

celebrations, Prigat juices are a fantastic addition to your weekly

grocery list. Prigat carries a juice for everyone, ensuring none of your family or friends will go thirsty. Prigat juices are available in all your local grocery stores, don’t miss out on bringing this great taste into your home.


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FUSING INNOVATION & TASTE So, what new product is B’gan coming out with next? B’gan, the company that has revolutionized the kosher market, is always on the cutting edge and is always launching new, delicious products to enhance the lives of balabustes and their families across the kosher world. Every time you visit the freezer section of your favorite kosher grocery or supermarket, you look for their latest product and indeed more often than not, the new product is there for you! B’gan products do not disappoint, and are guaranteed to have the signature B’gan Kashrus and Quality, which is unparalleled in the marketplace.

These kugels can be prepared in the oven in their original packaging or, if you’re pressed for time, they can be prepared in the microwave and ready to serve in just six to eight minutes! B’gan Broccoli and Cauliflower kugels are gluten-free and an excellent choice for a scrumptious and healthy side-dish at your meal, or as a perfectly-balanced summer snack any time. B’gan continues to surprise and satisfy kosher consumers everywhere with new product after new product - and they are just getting started! Look out for many new, innovative products coming your way soon. Next time you take a shopping trip to the

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Real Estate

What You Need, to Get a Mortgage Loan

by Ann Zeilingold Here are ten documents/pieces of information that you absolutely need to be able get a mortgage loan: 1. Driver’s license — verifies identity and is Patriot-act compliant 2. Secondary ID (social security card or passport) — needed to support #1 3. Most recent 1-month pay stubs for anyone paid w-2 and salary wages 4. W-2 forms for the last two years — to document employment and earnings history 5. Signed personal and business federal tax returns for last two years — to look for unreimbursed expenses, any taxes due, whether there is any corporate or self-employed income, dividend and retirement income listed. 6. Personal bank statements for last two months, all pages — documenting sufficient funds to close. 7. Fully executed contract of sale 8. Cleared down payment check and corresponding bank statement 9. Name and contact info for your realtor and attorney 10. Name and contact for your insurance agent, if this is a refinance loan Once you decide to start the mortgage process, if there is anything that you cannot provide, discuss it with your loan officer. We know of alternative avenues if something cannot be obtained. Just last week we had a situation where the underwriter was requiring a bank statement with a certain amount of money in it. The problem was our client had a bank statement with just $1,500 in it; the money they were to use was a gift which was deposited in their attorney’s account. We provided a

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The best way to alleviate the stress is to provide as much documentation as you can up front and work closely with your loan officer and the team.

simple explanation, and the condition was waived. Sometimes tax returns aren’t yet filed, or were not required to be filed. Sometimes there are job changes or gaps of employment, full-time to part-time work. Your loan officer will come up with the solutions. Be prepared to compile the list mentioned above. We can’t always shortcut the basics, but we can build and figure solutions once we see the basics. We had a client who was anxious to get a mortgage loan, but the paperwork was daunting. Our processors called his accountant to get the tax returns. We used a system called “The Work Number,” that his employer was affiliated with, to get the pay stubs. We called his attorney for the contract of sale. We accessed his bank statements in our office when he was there to get his cleared down payment check and bank statements. All he had to give me was his ID! And we used only a driver’s license! The biggest frustration is when we require more documentation after review of what is received. When going through the mort-


gage process, be prepared for that. Sometimes it can take some time for the underwriter to get back with a “yes” or a “no” on documents. The best way to alleviate the stress is to provide as much documentation as you can up front and work closely with your loan officer and the team. That

close relationship will be the difference between the process being less stressful than not.

Ann Zeilingold, NMLS # 41850 is the Vice President and Branch Manager of FM Home Loans in Pomona, NY. FM Home Loans is a direct lender, licensed in NY, NJ, FL and CT. She has been originating residential mortgages for 27 years. She has recently published a book, which is a must-read for any prospective homebuyer, The Homebuyer’s Companion. Ann grew up in Monsey, and she currently lives in Wesley Hills with her husband and children.

Find Ann’s real estate column weekly in The Monsey View.

Ann Zeilingold Vice President

FM Home Loans 1609 Route 202 Pomona, NY 10970

Office: 845-354-9700 Mobile: 914-260-9000 ann@annzeilingold.com


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CONTACT

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10:30 A:M

100 ROUTE 59#41

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INYONEI D’YOMA

12:15 P:M

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8:30 P:M

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30 PARKER BLVD.

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11:00 A:M

15 LOCUST HOLLOW DR.

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11:35 A:M

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INYONEI D’YOMA

9:30 A:M

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10:30A:M

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11:10 A:M

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FORSHAY AREA

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5:OO P:M

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5:OO P:M

NEW HEMPSTEAD AREA (Rotating)

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6:30P:MALTERNATE WEEK

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RUTH FRIED

PARSHA

7:30 P:M

NORTHERN METROPOLITAN

GUEST SPEAKERS

PARSHA/PIRKEI AVOS 1 3/4 hr. before ‫ שקיעה‬BREWER AREA

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Tuesday REB.S.WEISSMANDEL

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Thursday starting end of sivan

Shabbos

5:OO P:M 5:45 P:M

(after shavuous)

1 1/4 HR.BEF. ‫שקיעה‬

(Rotating)

(Rotating)

(Rotating)

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

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For Sale CRESTVIEW AREA 7 bedroom/5 bathroom colonial w/ 9 ft ceiling on park like private property. Pls call Prime Point: 917-843-3022

JOBS

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NEW CITY Beautiful AFFORDABLE UPDATED ranch only $359k Call Shayndel Moore at 845-608-0538

IMMACULATE updated 50 ft hi ranch in Echo Ridge area. Pls call Prime Point: 917-843-3022

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4 bedroom rental 2700 sq/ft only $2500/mo Avail Aug 1st. Call Shayndel Moore at 845-608-0538

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MASTER BEDROOM

KING BED

furniture set, D&W, Excellent condition for Sale , due to move 845-263-4241

2 almost brand new 54” king beds with gorgeous frame to sell orig. $4,000 now only $2,000!! OBO won’t last!! call 845-274-3161

FOR SALE Two kitchen swivel stools brand new $150, two twin mahogany headboards for sale $150. 845533-9361

MAHOGANY BUFFET for sale, $450. Call 845-533-9361

BRAND NEW reclining couches available $1200 OBO. Please call 845-352-6374

FURNITURE D&W master bedroom $1650.00, Six door China closet, table,6 chairs $3450.00 8456379548

MOVING SALE Dining room table & 8 chairs, excellent condition. Best offer 845-499-6211

BUFFET TABLE Mahogany buffet table for sale $450 call 845-533-9361

Mahogany twin bed with room for High-riser under it, matching desk drawers shelves and chair for sale $600 call 845-533-9361

FURNITURE Twin mahogany headboards $100, two iron swivel chairs $150, wooden oak and glass hutch $275. Granite top wooden hutch $250. Call 845-533-9361

TOYOTA AVALON

SEFORIM SHANK

2003 / 118,000 miles please call 845-461-3084

Gorgeous and in a perfect condition! 4 glass doors. Call 845918-1753

2013, Low mileage- 14,500. Excellent condition. No accidents. 1 owner. 9146457049

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APPLIANCES 5 burner GE oven, 24” milchig oven, Peisechdiga oven “GE”. lg. refrigerator/freezer, call 845-3560708

A/C Excellent Frigidaire air conditioner 3 months old 28000 BTU for sale. Call 845-263-6339

USED GE washer/dryer Please call 8454183434 or email 4182373@ gmail.com

VACCUM Miele vacuum cleaner; fleishig microwave, dishes and crockpot. great condition 8454213735

STERLING SILVER BEDROOM SET

ranch in Spring Valley ONLY $339k OFF OLD NYACK TPK!! Call Shayndel Moore at 845-6080538

NISSAN ROGUE

KITCHEN TABLE for sale. White formica top. 36” x 72”. Very good condition. Reasonably priced. Please call 845-304-5019

CHINA CLOSET 6 door, in beautiful condition. Call 845-425-4161

tray for sale please call 845-4613084

CUSTOM JEWELRY Beautiful assortment of custom jewelry! Gold filled and sterling silver. best prices. Located at North Cole Ave. Call anytime-425-4729

FSNY SHOES Blue with shimmer size 10 worn twice. Paid $120. And size 12 giotella black flair skirt brand new. Call and offer price or text 347-533-0094

JEWLERY Exquisite Sterling CZ Gold Filled & Fashion Jewelry. Largest Selection! ON SALE NOW Upto 50% Off 845 352 2051


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JEWELRY

VENETTINI GIRLS

Beautiful expensive kallah jewelry for sale hardly used . Bracelet , Earrings ,Watch , please call & leave message. 845-7466012

black Shabbos Shoes size 29 worn once. Selling for any reasonable offer. 347-342-7089

FOR SALE

Large inventory of baseball cases available for purchase. Seeking best offer from dealers. 862 505 9546

City Mini double carriage $150 845 352 2710

FOR SALE Exquisite brand new fossil watch with diamonds around the face for only $110 please call:371-0288

BASEBALL CASES

BAG HOLDERS Simple and easy to put together. Only $7 each.845-538-6316

TIGHTS

COMPRESSION HOSIERY

10 brand new pairs of Light taupe tights with seam for sale $2.50 a piece call or text: 845-4455162

Delivered 2 U. Medi, Sigvaris, Venotrain, etc. we also sell Tights/Socks/Boy Shoes. 845290-0650

TAPESTRY magnificent tapestry for dining room/ living room. 8452386691

COACH SNEAKERS Black Coach laced walking shoes for sale. size 6.5. Worn once. $69. 845-426-7491.

PARAKEET With cage. Asking $25 for Parakeet + cage. Male baby. 8628998474

SWING picnic table, high chair Great price 8454213735 leave msg

BAND silver grey frank olive band for sale, worn only once. call or text 845-659-4286

STAGE LAMP 4 led for $200 please call 845-4613084

CUSTOM SHEDS Professionally built sheds, with your design! Call 443-468-2518

For Rent CONDO 5 bedroom + play room + dining/ living room, 2.5 baths, 2 porches brand new condition condo in the Augusta area $3200 per month section 8 ok call or txt 9174183174

SPLIT LEVEL 3 bedroom private home in airmont available as of September for serious inquiries call 845-356-4085 845-558-9257

N. MIAMI Beautiful 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, Ground Floor, Backyard, available weekly or monthly. Call: 845-274-3175

CALVERT DR. Townhouse ready to move in, 5 bedrooms, playroom, custom kitchen with granite countertops, separate Pesach kitchen, lrg d.r./ l.r. Call: 845-641-4208

HOUSE RENTAL Beautiful 4 bedroom house for rent on large private property - Wilsher Dr. Please call 845-596-7425

SHABBOS RENTAL

GIRLS CROCKS

5 bdrm townhouse bates area great price 845-659-1564

Brand New, Style: Adrina Flats (shoe style), Color: Teal, Shoe size:3, Call/text 845-641-9443

SUMMER RENTAL

BOOKS beautiful set of 360 inspiring bedtime ‫ סיפורי צדיקים‬. (divided into 12 monthly booklets) $75.00 Free delivery T.845-783-1162 C.718-2198230

Aug 5-Aug 29 beautiful townhouse 5 bdrm bates area 845-659-1564 good price

LOOKING TO RENT house with 4+ bedrooms from Aug 23 to Aug 29, in the West Central & Monsey Blvd area. Please call or text 732.963.7744

CARRIAGE

STROLLER

SUMMER RENTAL

Baby Jogger city classic double carriage, plastic and buggy board, Graco Car seat, Baby Trend Car seat. Call/Text 347-661-8983

Brand New FIRST WHEELS Double-Stroller W/Bassinet & All Accessories - still in box $450 Call 845.608.0136 leave message

4 bedroom house for rent in prime Airmont neighborhood. text 3476739335

PHOTO PRINTER

STROLLER

canon pixma pro 100 Photo printer new in box for sale. Please call 845-578-5750.

Brand New Mamas & Papas Sola Stroller Still in box! Including rain cover 845-422-3270

Apartment Wesley Hills upcoming school year. Not there for Shabbos or Yom Tov. No need for kitchen/ laundry. Emailprintingaddresses@ gmail.com.

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE FOR RENT

CHESTNUT RIDGE

FOR RENT

5 large rooms with plenty of closet space and 2 bathrooms. Near Viznitz. 845-426-1251

1, 2, or 3, bedrm apt brand new kitchen and appliances ; avail immd; 10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

2 Room suite suitable for salon, spa, therapy room, or small boutique. Call: 845-425-3094

APARTMENT

SUMMER APARTMENT

3 bedroom for rent on Wiener Drive. 845-694-6707

w/ POOL 2 large bdrms living/ dining New Hempstead 10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

JOBS

NEW LISTING Beautiful 4 room apt for rent in chestnut ridge area. Single girl preferred 845 263 7591

FIVE ROOM

SERVICES

spacious above-ground apt. Monsey Blvd area. No section 8. Call 845.304.4266

3 ROOM brand new apt for rent on Oak Glen rd choson kalla preferred call 426-0451

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2 bedroom apartment on North Cole. 845-499-9926

SHORT-TERM furnished rental in Airmont. 8+ beds with pool. $400 per night. Discount for multiple nights. 845-570-1030

BIRCH STREET off Park ave. Spacious, newly renovated 5 room apt, private entrance. Call/Text 845-5870286.

OFFICE On Maple Leaf 3 separate room 3 bathrooms small kitchenette lots of closets 425.3182

NEW HEMPSTEAD Stunning New apt 2 Huge bdrms + living/dining/study area +big dinette + ktchn State/Art appliances 10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

FOR RENT West St. Spring Valley 2 room office space for rent, in a heimishe office bldg. private entrance. Call or Text: 845-5386841

TANNERSVILLE

FURNISHED

Beautiful renovated private house available July and August weekly/weekends 6 bedrooms 3 full bath w/d call 845-499-0406

2-room furnished apartment on Rita Ave. Great for chason kalla. 356-3595, 548-8981

FURNISHED

FURNISHED APARTMENT

5 BEDROOM

New luxury 3 bdrm. 2 full bths. Pesach kitchen. Large living/ play area. walk in/bsmnt. Close to Bobov. 9174741814

3 bathrooms plus playroom on Calvert. 845-499-9926

Scotland hill area, one bdrm, walk out basement, incl pots dishes towels linen etc. temporary or long term. Reduced price if taken by July 15. Pls call (732) 806-1505

4 ROOM

APARTMENT AVAILABLE

FURNISHED

Beautiful Spacious four room apartment on Dorset Rd. available Aug. Please call 3524309.

Furnished/unfurnished 1 bedroom walk-in w/all appliances. Separate entrance & driveway. Long/short term.

2-room furnished apartment with porch with washer/dryer and spacious closets; suitable for choson-kallah. 845-426-1251

5 ROOM 3 bedroom 1 bathroom on Suzanne Drive near Wiznitz please call 845-425-3594

FURNISHED New luxury 4 bdrm 3 full bths. 2 kitchens. Walk in/bsmnt. Short/ long term 917 474 1814

SUMMER RENTAL 1-bedroom furnished apartment on Rita Ave. 356-3595, 548-8981

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POMONA NEW 3 bedrm +living/dining rm + state of art kitchen 10952pm@ gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

APARTMENT Brand new 2 bedroom apartment for rent. Spacious rooms with full closets. Ceramic floors. Soundproofed. Located on North Cole. Avail. immediately. Please call: 845-200-4459

2 BEDROOM 2 bedroom apartment available for short term rent for any amount of time you want. Apartment complex with shul. Call 4436337316

Wedding Gowns and Dresses EXQUISITE Goldy Breuer mother of the bride gown dark champagne. Size 12-14 please call 845.558.4173

GORGEOUS Exquisite ball gown skirt for sale. Raspberry with black net , size 6. Call:8453621476

WEDDING DRESSES 2 beautiful dresses for sister of the bride , light color , like new, size 4-6 for sale . Call 845-5870963


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DRESS

TEEN GOWNS

GORGEOUS GOWN

Size 6-8 slenderizing fit please call: 521-2138

navy and champagne size 0-2, one adult navy two-piece gown. Please call 356-0348.

Magnificent sister-of-bride gown to sell. Absolutely stunning! Worn Once Size 0-2 Blush/ Mauve $650 Please Call: 845-4996254

ASSORTED SIZES children and adults wedding gowns in sapphire blue and blush/pink. Also ivory maternity dress 845-352-7170

GOWN Pre-teen gown for sale or rent. Ivory color. Beautiful. Please call 845-304-5019.

DRESS For sale or rent beautiful maternity lace dress please call 845 356 0749

SISTER OF THE BRIDE elegant, high-end gown now available. Soft light Pink, custom made by Raquels. Size 6/8. Call (845) 371 - 1997 (845)587 2195

MATERNITY TOP

CUSTOM MADE sister of bride dress for rent. Size 2-4. Please call 845- 352-1752.

CHILDREN’S GOWNS 4 beautiful gowns for rent. Approximate sizes 5, 6, 6 and 8. Please call 845-578-5750.

GOWN FOR SALE

For sale or rent beautiful ivory dress sister of bride size 10 please call 845 356 0749

Sister of the Bride - Elegant gown Size 36 (845) 362-9183

GOWN FOR SALE

Cream mechutanesta dress size 6 for great price. please call 3629259

Beautiful sister of the bride light color gowns size 00,0 and childrens gowns size 12, 6 and 18 months. Call 845-642-4968

DRESSES

TO RENT

For sheva bruches One black and one Black /purple Size-6. please Call / Text 846-445-5162

Magnificent mother/sister of the bride two piece gown! Size 12/14, light color, extremely slenderizing Call 845-641-9443

SISTER OF BRIDE gown for sale or rent size 4-6. Blue floral. Please call or text 845659-5656

LAVENDER GOWN with contrasting plum belt and matching edges on the sleeves for sale. Size 12. Call or text: 516668-2059

BRAND NEW beautiful elegant dress, size twenty. Please text 845-570-7183

DRESS Beautiful light color sister of the bride 2 pc. Size 0-2. Please call 845-425-4161

For the mother of the bride 347585-4441

Elegant black brand new maternity top size L/XL for sale/ rent. Please call 845-445-8553

IVORY DRESS

FOR SALE

WEDDING DRESSES

GOWN FOR SALE Sz 8 call 774 8719

WEDDING GOWN Gorgeous sister of bride gown in mauve pink color to sell or rent. size 4 please call 845-746-7274

KALLAH GOWN Looking to rent/sell very reasonable custom made Kallah gown worn once, size 6-8, alterable. Picture available. Call 845-538-6316

HEADPIECES for custom bridal Headpieces pleas call: 845-637-6470

FOR RENT Beautiful Black Machtanesta Maternity dress size Med.-Lg. worn once 845.608.0136

Jobs OFFICE Full Time Secretary position available. Great communication and multitasking skills a must. Must have basic knowledge in computers. Microsoft Excel and QB knowledge a plus. Email resume to 10977job@gmail.com.

OPENING Heimish Monsey company selling online is looking for a graduate to fill a secretarial position. Lots of potential for growth for the right person. Send your resume to: hiring1045@gmail.com

ORDER ENTRY Large Monsey company seeking qualified individual for Order Entry position with potential for growth. Candidate must be quick, organized, detail oriented and very proficient in Excel. Full Time. Please email resume:agrossman@gemstarinc. com.

MEDICAL BILLING office is opening in the heart of Monsey and is seeking to hire young, energetic and dedicated staff. F/t. Email resumes: monseyresumes@gmail.com/ 243-7764

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THE ECOMMERCE EXPERT

TITLE INSURANCE

OFFICE JOB

Established Monsey Company seeking an ecommerce and Amazon selling expert. Extensive knowledge of marketing and selling product on Amazon is required. This is NOT an entry level position, you must have worked for a high volume marketplace seller (in any category). We offer tremendous opportunity for the right individual. Individual must have proven ability to think strategically and execute methodically, strong attention to detail including precise and effective communications and complete proficiency in Excel (advanced formulas, charting, conditional formatting and pivot tables). Please email resume to jobopening1212@ gmail.com.

Excellent communication skills, detailed oriented and able to work in a fast paced environment. Willing to train the right individual. Fax resume to 845-6788582 or info@landtracktitle.com

Seeking employee for customer service and office work. Great pay and growth potential. Email your resume to: shushygb@gmail.com

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

BOOKKEEPING Established Monsey company seeking an experienced Full-Time Real Estate Bookkeeper. Must have complete background and experience in the field. Knowledge of Excel is required: advanced formulas, charting, conditional formatting and pivot tables. Please email resume to jobopening1212@gmail.com.

SECRETARIAL POSITION Yeshiva Darchei Noam seeks a P/T Secretary ,M - Th, 12:00 – 5:30, Friday 8:30-1:30 Professional Phone & Computer skills required. E-mail: mail@ darcheinoam.org.

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ONLINE BUSINESS

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Seeking a responsible, detail oriented person for office work including research, listings and describing Items (845)800-3573

OFFICE is looking for girls with experience in medical billing field. Great benefits for the right candidates. Call 845-422-7068 or Email medbilling845@gmail.com

EVEREST EQUITY CO is looking for a full time mortgage processor. Must be detail oriented, professional, and able to handle a heavy workload. Qualified applicants fax or email your resume to 845-357-6175 orsaram@everestequity.com.

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ACCOUNTING OFFICE seeking a female office assistant for a f/t position. Must be computer savvy, fluent in Word, Excel and Quickbooks. Send resume to accountingjobmonsey@yahoo.com

LOOKING for girl for secretarial position. Hours: Mon-Thurs. 10-6, Fri. 10-1. Must be computer savvy & detail oriented. Email resume to bctlist@ gmail.com/ fax to 845-363-0900.

‫ערפארענע לערערין‬ ’‫א היימישע מוסד זוכט אן ערפארענע כתה ח‬ Send resume .‫לערערין עטליכע טעג א וואך‬ to 845-501-9028

F/T POSITION female employee. Duties include handling phone calls, computer work, and customer service. email resume openofficeposition9@ gmail.com.

SEEKING Customer Development Representative. Excellent Oral and Written communication skills a must. Hours are 9-5. Please email your resume to: YoelFriedman51@gmail.com

POSITION-F/T Office looking for high school graduate. Detail oriented. Multi task. Excellent communication skills. Email resume: position. efmci@gmail.com.

HELP WANTED Seeking f/t employee. Candidate should be computer savvy plus excellent communication skills. Quick books knowledge a plus. Email resume to shushygb@ gmail.com

HANDY MAN Seeking handy Yungerleit who would like to work and gain experience under him. Good salary, room for growth 845 642 0572

HANDYMAN POSITION Looking to hire a full time handyman. Must know basic plumbing and electric. Great pay. Excellent opportunity for the right person. Email resume to 4994431@gmail.com. Or call 845274-4460

MEDICAL SUPPLY store looking for a mature woman for marketing. Must have car. Flexible hours. Please call and leave a message: 845-425-2617 ext. 102


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OPPORTUNITY

ASSISTANT

CHEDER CHABAD

Now hiring playgroup morah for the coming September in heimish playgroup in monsey. For serious inquiries please Call 845-4221310

Playgroup/ Nursery in Spring Valley looking for assistant for September. Professional Early Childhood learning experience. English speaking. Morah Yehudis 845-364-6439

looking for dedicated teachers and assistants in the Pre-school and elementary divisions. E-mail resumes to adminoffice @ chedermonsey.org

SPECIAL EDUCATION PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Morah Chavoly’s Playgroup is looking for an 18 yr+ assistant for a 2 year old playgroupstarting in Sep. Please call Rivka Chavoly 352-3512

ASSISTANT TEACHER Motivated to gain classroom experience? Join our professional staff! Assistants needed M-TH afternoon hours for Pre1A, 1st,2nd grades. Fax resume to 845 356-8551 attn: Miss Bayer or email tbayer@ yeshivaspringvalley.org.

TEACHING POSITION A Chasidishe Cheder in Monsey with a serious English department is looking for teachers for the 2016-17 school year. Very Well paid and always on time. For more information or to apply, Please call 845 587 2123 and leave a message

Seeking P/T History or English teacher between the hours of 2-5:15 MS in special education and experience required. 845368-2200 ext. 300 or email ashiraprogram@gmail.com.

SEEKING Seeking mother’s helper for 2 weeks starting immediately. Hours: 4:00-6:00 PM. Albert Drive area. Please call: 352-2710

LOOKING for a girl to do comhab with a teenager every Sunday afternoon. If interested please call 845-503-0219

LOOKING for a girl to work every Sunday throughout the year with a high functioning teenager. 503-0219.

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE LOOKING

BABYSITTER

EARN YOUR DEGREE

for a shadow for second half in La Ruach daycamp for a high functioning girl.503-0219.

Adar ct./W. Central now accepting full time babysitting, Starting September.small group. Pls call 845-352-2531

Women/Girls post high school. heimish/hashkafa environment, financial aid variety of degree plans, highly endorsed. For a full brochure call : 914-336 0015 or email tdeinstitute@gmail.com

LOOKING for girls with drivers license to work in the afternoons after 3:45 Monday-Thursday. 503-0219.

JOBS

LOOKING for a girl to take a young woman to the gym in the mornings from 7:45-9:15. 503-0219.

LOOKING

SERVICES

for a girl to take an individual swimming at Lifeplex two evenings a week and Sunday afternoon. 503-0219.

LIFEGUARD Licensed lifeguard looking for a job for boys groups. Great deals. Call or text 845-825-6810.

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MISC.

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Seeking 1st and 2nd Grade assistants. Afternoon hours. Email resume to mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org or call 845.356.1400 x223

BABYSITTER available for drop ins, evenings, Sunday, and overnight. Located in Adar Ct/ West Central area. call or text 845-659-4286

LOOKING for a babysitter to come to my home starting sept. Driving a must! From 3/4-5 o’clock. Easy work great pay! 371 2489

BABYSITTING Experienced reliable over 10 yrs experience. Drop off friendly. Hours days as needed. 8628998474

WARM BABYSITTER main street available one more slot for steady. Very small group. Accepting dropins anytime and overnight-8452386691

BABYSITTER Available for the summer months. Located in Victoria Gardens small group call 845-5170354

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT

SMALL GROUP

Three year old english speaking playgroup seeking assistant teacher for upcoming school year. If you enjoy working with children please call to apply for position. 845 425 6135

Now forming for September. On sunrise Dr. Extended hours avail. Trans. Avail. Please call teacher Rivky Zieg 845-425-4697

Babysitting/ House Help HELP WANTED Looking for girl to be mother’s helper in heimishe house. Flexible hours. Well paid. Please call 845.500.1773 and lv. Msg.

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT Playgroup on Bates looking for a responsible warm assistant for the upcoming year, no transportation provided. Yiddish speaking required. Call 845.200.4326

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Services MAKE A DIFFERENCE Do you believe that you can earn a significant income? Do you believe that the world needs a little more health and wealth in it these days? Do you want to help make a difference? I believe in inspiring people to do the things that inspire them so together we can create health and wealth in the world. But I can’t do this alone! Are you looking at improving your current financial situation? Do you enjoy helping people? If so, I might want to meet you! Mrs. F. Katz 845-5703565

PROFESSIONAL POET available for all your poetry and writing needs, we do songs as well. Poemery 845-426-0364 info@poemery.com

TUTOR Help your daughter succeed. Experienced high school/ elementary teacher available to tutor your daughter in all subjects. Mrs. Bretter 425-2292

PHOTOGRAPHY Boost your Amazon/ebay/jet etc. sales by having your products professionally photographed, call (201) 378-3032 or email: photography4amazon@gmail. com

LIFEGUARD Male lifeguard(s) available Friday afternoons Call: 786-409-1506

HEIMISHE DRIVER A heimeshe yungerman with a brand new mini van is available for all your long distance trips. Great pricing! Call 917.586.7115

FEMALE LIFEGUARD available every day afternoon hours and on weekends. Call Esty 352-2952 or 499-9871

THERAPIST Certified Massage therapist available for house calls. Prenatal, Swedish & Deep Tissue. Chavi Brisk CMT 845 694 9204

MILCHIG MATERNA Milchig materna stages 1, 2 &3 now available for just $30 a can! Limited Quantities. Call 352-5705

BOOKKEEPER Quickbooks Quicken and Excel. price rates: Hourly Weekly and Biweekly. Call Shulim Y. Wachsman 347 786 2939


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SCARVES

I MAKE IT

INNER PEACE

Curly layered scarves available for $25, you can choose size or color, can also be worn all year round. call 1929 238 5487 for more information

You Bake it! Rivky’s Custom Challah Dough Made to your needs 845-369-3755

There’s a way out! Free yourself from anxiety, depression etc. w/ “Will Training” Call/txt. now (845)288-2639

CUSTOM PAINTING artist is available to do custom paintings according to your preference. Also Scenery on wall. Price from $20-$100.using oil/ acrylic. Call 929 238 5487

SHAITEL Experienced Shaitel Macher available to wash/set and style human hair wig for just $20. Bring a friend $5 discount What a deal! (Ref. available) 929 238 5487

CHALLAH Custom challah dough - freshly made to your specifications, great for groups. Call 845-538-9332

LIFE COACH Organize & clarify your goals, uncover your capabilities, overcome emotional obstacles, be effective with children & others 845-579-5445

HANDYMAN Installations, Repairs, Odd Jobs Dovid Denberg 845-200-1326

ALLERGY SUPPORT LIFEGUARDS Experienced male lifeguard crew available. Please call (845)5059546

LIFEGUARD available to come to your pool. call 845-422-5516

Had enough of itchy skin, bloody sheets, Call Shoshana Denberg for relief at 845-213-8420

BOOKKEEPING QuickBooks Specialist - Need someone to help post, reconcile, run reports & more? I can help. Call 201-376-4378 or email bookkeeping@shucht.com

COMPUTER TECHNICIAN

REFLEXOLOGY

Certified technician available for all your computer needs. Networking - virus removal computer repairs. 845.377.5608

Relaxes, releases stress, helps with pain management and prenatal discomfort. House calls at no extra charge. Tamar Spiro 845-352-6496/ 845-538-6782

CARVINGS

MASSAGE

Magnificent fruit platters and watermelon carvings for all your simchos and events. Courses available. Call Bretter 425-2292

Frum female massage therapist available for morning and evening appointments. 848-2024980. Women only.

LASER IS NOW A POSITIVE, PAINFREE EXPERIENCE.

RESUMES Have your strong points highlighted on a professional resume. Excellent for those with limited work experience. Affordable pricing. 845-596-0131

BOOKKEEPER Do you ever feel like running your business on the back of a napkin? With years of experience we’ll help. call: (845) 548-7587

GETTING MARRIED? Make unpacking a hassle free experience. We unpack, organize and arrange it all. Get organized Now: 845-445-7960

ATT. GRADUATES Get That Job! No work experience? You can still have a great resume. Contact The Resume Writer today 845-377-5503Copywritetk@ gmail.com

ALLERGIES? special diet? Don’t be deprived! Order your special diet baked goods now! Encore 845.538.0145

POWERWASHING! Powerwashing 845 642 0572

SPEAKERS Brand new speakers for rent! Grananteed cheapest prices! All Acessories for a speaker Can Also be rented by us! Please call for the cheapest prices! 845-425-0115

GET REAL.

THERE’S A BETTER WAY TO DO LASER.

CHANIE GENUD Certified laser hair removal specialist

845.323.8886 Book your appointment


FOR SALE FOR RENT JOBS

THE ONE MAN BAND

COURSE

BINDING TAPE

One man band will play at your small simcha or your camp as your specialty activity. Unbeatable price. Call 425-0214

Would you like to get a well paid job? For crushed computer course and training. Please call 845-5964590

Cheapest in monsey! (Shurtape) We also carry 1-1/2” Call today 845-422-5516. If no answer, Lv msg.

LAKEWOOD

SHEIMOS

FASCINATE

Going to Lakewood this Shabbos bez”H. For ride or to send a package call: 845-274-5211. Please leave message.

we do pick ups all year round shuls school homes so please call 845-461-3084

up to date hats, down to earth prices! call Draizy Wercberger anytime for an appt. 425-9234

WHITENING

TABLECLOTH

BE B’SIMCHA

Get your teeth whitened professionally with lasting results. Male and Female Techs available. Call for specials 845826-4928

Nappe & Cloe tablecloth rental. New SS16 arrivals. Zissy Goldman347.782.9121

NIAGARA TOUR

Balloons for all occasions. Delivery available with minimum. Airmont area. 845356-0815

will make your hostess bags! Just pay the cost plus hachnosas kallah donation. Chani: 917.750.4035

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MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

ENGLISH/YIDDISH

132

Let your daughter enjoy the summer whilst she is being helped in any subject for the upcoming year. 3714284

MECHANECH/TUTOR Rabbi Yisroel Royde longtime mechanech is available now in the summer to tutor your son any age/ subject. 845.642.5173

LADY DRIVER Ayelet 845 480 2115

LADY DRIVERS available on the day of your simcha. Reserve 2 weeks ahead of Simcha date. Ch.Ruchie Gross 845.356.3696

BP- MONSEY Heimishe Yungerman Leaving monsey Monday –friday at 5:30 AM Return at 5:30 pm Friday Approx 12:00 pm 917-756-0296

Experience NIAGARA FALLS with a heimishe group of girls. Sunday July 17 (leaving Motzei Shabbos back early Monday morning) Call E.R. Eisenberger 845-356-1822

LADY DRIVER Heimish. Take someone punctual, responsible & can ALWAYS depend on. Steady slots available. Day/ night. Call/text 917-750-4105.

NEW POOL Clean, private, heated pool in Chestnut Ridge.Some slots still available for group rental. Night swimming also available. Call or text: (845) 596-3937

LIFEGUARD Experienced female lifeguard available during the months of July & August. Call 845-274- 3771

MASSAGE Struggling with endless nights of insomnia? With reflexology you will feel relaxed and restore sleep bez”h. Free trial. Certified. 347-379-0793

LOOKING FOR BOARDERS

THROAT CULTURES

Warm frum family has place for one or more buchrim. Call for more info 845 548-0518

Call 641-1627 or 845-356-3851

BOOK SCANNING

A mini van goes from Monsey to the South Fallsburg everyday around 7:45 am and come back to Monsey at around 5:00 pm. Ready to take people and packages. pls call(845)694-2784!

PDF and word. Republishing, research, e-readers, preservation. Service@boundbookscanning. com. 845-598-0467 ext 202

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RIDE

BALLOON SPOT

SUNRISE BALLOONS Helium balloons for all occasions. Engagement, Baby, Get Well, Birthday, Graduation... Sunrise area. Delivery available. 425-6066

TICHLECH Come warm up with our summer selection. Exclusive Tichlech in all different colors and styles. Hurry to get the latest and cheapest tichlech. For hours Call 347-6936519

PLAYGROUPS DAYCAMPS Pipe cleaners 4pks $1.00 Scissors $.75 Glitter $.50 Call 825-9830

SHAKLEE Looking for powerful nutritional supplements? to place your Shaklee order. Free delivery. Call: 845 213-8016

WHOLESALE FISH By the case only! Free delivery salmon-tilapia-tuna etc. Hashgocha volove rav call: 347275-5408

SELECTION Wool capes, optional matching berets.Turbans, snoods... 20% off now!! Phyllis Terrace CALL 845-608-1547


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BARGAINS

TEACHER/TUTOR

BABYSITTER

Prices lower than stores guaranteed! Clothing, shoes etc. Corasbestbargains.webs.com 8628998474

available to help your child succeed! Math, science, history. Elementary- high school/regents. References available. Call Faigie 274-7380

A warm and loving babysitter is available for the summer and the upcoming year, slots are very limited ext hours available Calvert area please call 845 - 598 -0656

CLOTHING

TUTOR

buttons - elastic - pants cuffs. Specializing in childrens clothing. Call 352-9133

Available for Limudei Kodesh or English studies. Warm and caring.Flexible hours. Call Mrs Szydlow 845-5216886

courses for girls eighth grade & up. Call Ruchy Bick now! 845.538.0145

SHAITELBANDS

CHAVRUSA

PIANO/KEYBOARD

by Bandese 845-596-7494

Love your learning! Many years exp. learning geshmak w/Balei Batim, Bochurim & Boys Call (319)3GE-MARA

lessons for girls, call 929-245-1361

MARGOLIA JEWELRY We are available all the time. Call 845-445-7453.Beautiful Sterling Silver and Costume Jewelry for every taste and budget.

SUPREME SOUND For best prices on speakers subwoofers mixers microphones cables stands and more please call (845)578-5657

M&S SOUND Sound equipment rentals for all occasions, speakers, microphones, mixers and more please call 845263-0460

ADDRESSING ENVELOPES Amazing prices, call for quote. Jobs can be done immediately. Call 845-445-7422 or e-mail printingaddresses@gmail.com

POEMS And SONGS Creatively Composed 347-563-5692

BINDING we accept to bind your Sefurim & Books at a great price. Best Choice Bookbinding (845) 445-9183

TUTOR Tutor Available for your elementary school child for Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. Please Call: 845-352-1016

SHADOW Have a child with special needs? Interested in sending to mainstream daycamp? Experienced girl looking to shadow your child. References available. Please call/text 908 783 4784

SUMMER’S HERE Utilize this time to help your daughter polish up her skills. Experienced teacher available to tutor all subjects. 578.5668.

PREMIERE TUTORING MS Ed, Certified Teacher/ Reading/Math specialist-grades 1-12. 30 years experience-boys/ girls avail to help your son/ daughter! 558-1682. Mrs. Friedman.

PLAYGROUPS Slot available! 2 year old playgroup in Glenhill for upcoming school year. call 845426-2094

BABYSITTING Babysitter available on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday dropins, 10 dollars an hour. Please call 845-352-1016.

BABYSITTING Experienced devoted babysitter available to watch your baby/ toddler with love and care in a small group setting. Off Union. Elm area. Please call 845-6085776 or 845-573-9033.

CAKE DECORATING

GUITAR LESSONS Experienced frum female instructor will teach you how to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 347-4555320

SWIMMING LESSONS Learn to swim this summer! Tzniusdike environment. State of the art pool. Mrs. Zoltan 845356-1113

HAIR COURSES Learn to style your own hair/ shaitels or for others. One-on-one or group lessons. 845 608 9895

VIOLIN LESSONS for age 11 and up yidish speeking please call after 6:15 # 845.538.3486

PIANO LESSONS Learn how to play the piano by notes and by ear! For beginners and advanced. Please call Mrs. Gruner 845-459-7240

DRUM LESSONS by Shmuel Klaver. Monsey’s most experienced Shomer Shabbos drum instructor. Lessons ($40 & up) given in your home or my studio, to boys or girls ages 10-adult, beginners to professional. Call (845) 459-9935

TENNIS LESSONS Have a blast & get in shape! Male instructor w/exp. & many happy references $70/hr. Call/text319343-6272

T H E M O N SE Y VI E W /

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE GRAPHIC COURSE

HAIR DESIGN

KEDUSHAS HABAYIS

Now forming a small group for talented men to learn the 3 basic Graphic Design Adobe programs. Call 845.372.6952

Wash n sets, cuts, blows Hair courses available-learn to style your own/others hair/ shaitels!845 608 9895

Shiur Mrs. Sarah Kahan will be speaking about kedushas bayis on 7/12 & 7/13. Previous recording available. For more info 845-4227956.

SON-RISE

MASSAGE THERAPIST

Want to help your autistic child? Learn the Son-rise program. Call 845-425-5161

available for house calls. Prenatal, Swedish & Deep Tissue. Chavi Brisk CMT 845 694 9204

JOBS

HAIRCUTTING and Styling Course! Groups or 1:1. Also learn to style your own hair. Mimi Braun 4267981 or text 8251423

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

LESSONS Boys swimming lessons by experience lifeguard yiddish speaking call/text 845-659-2050

GUITAR LESSONS Develop your/your son/ daughter’s musical talent this summer! Teacher of 30 yrs exp. avail to give guitar lessons! 5581682. Mrs. Friedman

CHILDBIRTH CLASSES

MISC. LOST & FOUND 134

If you missed the live teleconference you can listen to the recording now. call (845)2630313

Misc.

‫קול יועץ‬

If you are putting seforim into shaimos or they are just sitting around, I could take them and put it to good use and you won’t have to pay. Call 4436337316 for details

For any occasion ONLY $40 PER FACE! Discount offered for referrals! 845-642-2370

SHEITELS and hair - cuts and styling. Park Ave/South Monsey area. Great rates. 845-538-6316

/ THE MONS E Y V IE W

Great for playgroup, carnival, or family funday. For young children. $30/day Call 356-3142 Proceeds to Tzedaka.

ROOF-CARRIERS Fits almost all cars even those without racks on roof. Minutes to put on. 845-659-1863

REFUAH

clearance sale. call 642-1890

MAKEUP

SMALL MOONWALK

Group of woman looking to rent a pool once a week for 2 hrs between 10 & 2 pls call 608-6766

SHAIMOS?

be a part of our many happy customers: haircuts $10, wash&sets $20-25, styling $20, call 354-2539, Phyllis/ashel area

Gemachim

SEEKING POOL

MARY KAY

HAIR & WIGS

TELECONFERENCE 4-part-series teleconference on Mitzvas Habayis in Yiddish. $200 Please text; 845-637-6049

ext. 3800 641-715- .‫שטאט‬ ָ ‫דער רוחניותדיגער‬ ‫ רופט שוין‬54345#

are you looking for a refua beyond what the doctors can do for you? join us to the holy miraculous qvall 845-213-0602

HAIRSTYLES

Mitzvas Habayis Yiddish teleconference series starting August 8’th. $375 Register by August 4’th for $50 off. Please call/text 845-637-6049.

RELIEF!

To join the next class please call 845-426-0931. Tzippy Tauber CD (DONA) Certified Birth Doula

for all occasions. west central area, Call Hindy: 845-263-7718

DOIDUIM

PORTRAITS Looking for children to photograph for a school project who resemble each other. The following ages are needed- A baby, 2 year old, 5 year old, 10 year old and young adult. The one chosen will receive free photos of their children photographed, as well as a $25 certificate to their store of choice. Please text to 845-8253360 for additional details.

GPS GEMACH Call 845-352-2588 leave message. (Minimal fee)

SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-608-7830 Ashkenaz: Shulman- 845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718

Lost & Found LOST Lost diamond earring Blauvelt, Main Street, Saddle River (crossing over Rt. 59). Call 845-352-1947.

LOST last week silver canon S10, 845425-3782

LONDON TICKETS

FREE GIVEAWAYS

cheap tickets to london $875 academy $1800 business class anytime during year call 845837-0910

2 cans Enfamil & 2 cans Similacinfant formula Please call-263-6788 Toddler Swing for putdoors and newborn bath tub. 8452386691


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN


‫כ"ק אדמו"ר מניקלשבורג שליט"א‬ ‫אויף גאנץ הלכות תפילין‬ ‫והמסתעף‪ ,‬און זיי האבן זיך אויסגעצייכנט מיט זייערע‬ ‫אונהאלטסרייכע ידיעות‪ ,‬ווי דער רבי שליט"א האט זיך זעלבסט‬ ‫אויסגעדריקט זיין זעלטענע צופרידנהייט‬

‫דער באשעפער זאל העלפן‪ ,‬זייערע עלטערן זאלן שטענדיג זעהן פון זיי נחת דקדושה‪,‬‬ ‫און זיי זאלן גיין מעלה מעלה‪ ,‬במעלות התורה והיראה‪.‬‬ ‫כעתירת וברכת‬

‫נייע‬ ‫ן‬ ‫קט ס‬ ‫לאגאפ' פנחס‬ ‫דינס‬ ‫זיך איי‬

‫מנהלפאנעט‬ ‫משה זאב‬

‫נצושרייבן רופט‬

‫‪845-238-8782‬‬

‫אייער זוהן וועט בעזהשי"ת זיך פארהערן גאנץ הלכות תפילין פאר זיין בר מצוה‬

‫‪ArtisticGraphics‬‬

‫יעקב משה איינהארן‬ ‫משה גוטמאן‬ ‫יעקב קאפיל האס‬ ‫אברהם דוד העללער‬ ‫הערשי זילבערבערג‬ ‫דוד לייפער‬ ‫יוסף אלי לעבאוויטש‬ ‫צבי מאיר מאסקאוויטש‬ ‫שלום פאללמאן‬ ‫מרדכי פיש‬ ‫בנימין יהודה פרוזאנסקי‬ ‫אליעזר פריעד‬ ‫דוד פרידמאן‬ ‫יצחק חיים קופפערשטיין‬

‫יעקב מנחם מענדל קרישעווסקי אברהם יצחק צבי פארגעס‬ ‫ירוחם זאב רפאפורט‬ ‫שמואל הלוי פעפערקארן‬ ‫שווארץ‬ ‫יואל איתמר טובי'‬ ‫אברהם משה פרלמן‬ ‫שווארטץ‬ ‫עזריאל צבי‬ ‫צבי יוסף פריעדמאן‬ ‫שטיינבערג‬ ‫מרדכי הלוי‬ ‫וואלווי פריינד‬ ‫שטיינבערג‬ ‫שלמה הלוי‬ ‫מרדכי שמואל צבי קרויס‬ ‫שטיינער‬ ‫יואל‬ ‫אברהם יודא‬ ‫אליהו אריה ראזענבוים‬ ‫בערקאוויטש‬ ‫ברוך‬ ‫חיים צבי רייכמאן‬ ‫שמחה בונם ברקוביץ‬ ‫דוד הלוי שטיינבערג‬ ‫נפתלי הרץ גוטליב‬ ‫מנחם מנדל שלעזינגער‬ ‫דוד גלויבער‬ ‫עקיבא שפיצער‬ ‫אברהם שמואל הלוי דייטש‬ ‫משה יהודה אזרילעוויטש‬ ‫מאיר מייזליש‬ ‫מרדכי ראזענבערגער‬ ‫משה יעקב סעבאג‬


PHOTO CREDIT: JDN


‫מילין אין בפינו די מלהביע‪ ,‬בזמירות לחיי"ם נריע‪ ,‬שמו במחול יהללו‬ ‫זה היום נשמחה ונגילה‪ ,‬בשמן ששון ומעטה תהלה‪ ,‬בשירים נערוג‬ ‫לו תהלה נאוה‪ ,‬בברכת אחוה‪ ,‬ובעבות ותאהבה‪ ,‬להנחיל כסא כבוד‬ ‫איחולינו להאירה‪ ,‬בקול שירה‪ ,‬להאי גברא יקירא‪ ,‬שפר קדמך להחויא‬ ‫טבון וקשוט למעבד‪ ,‬בצרכי ציבור בפאר וכבוד‪ ,‬בשבח יקר כראוי‬ ‫ברוך הוא ומעשיו להתפאר‪ ,‬לכל דבר שבקדושה לבוער‪ ,‬בעוז וגבורתא‬ ‫אוהב חסד וגדולים מעשיו‪ ,‬עוז והדר פעליו‪ ,‬פניו מסבירות אהבה‬ ‫בשמחה רבה אברך באהבה אל מול מעלת כבוד אחי היקר באנשים‬

‫מוה"ר חיים איצקאוויטש‬

‫הי"ו‬

‫הוא הגבר אשר בכל זמן ועידן עומד הכן לכל דבר שבקדושה‬ ‫ובפרט לשמח לבבות נשברות וחולי ישראל במדה גדושה‬ ‫ועושה חסד לאלפים בלי ליאות לכל ישראל בכלל ובפרט‬

‫לרגל שהשמחה במעונו‪ ,‬גילה ודיצה בארמונו‬ ‫בהכנסת בנו היקר כמר בנימין זאב הי"ו‬ ‫לעול התורה והמצוות‪ ,‬למזל טוב ובשעה טובה ומוצלחת‬

‫תערב נא עתירתינו בעדו‪ ,‬שאך שמחה וששון ישכון תמידבאהלו‪ ,‬ועוד רבות בשנים‪ ,‬יזכה להמשיך‬ ‫הלאה במעשיו הטובים הכבירים והישרים‪ ,‬לאורך ימים ושנים טובים‪ ,‬מתוך נחת דקדושה מבנים‬ ‫ובני בנים‪ ,‬דורות ישרים ונאמנים‪ ,‬כשתילי זתים סביב לשלחנים‪ ,‬בבריות גופא ונהורא נפישא מעתה‬ ‫ועד עולם‪ ,‬וכל הזכותים האלו יעמוד לו ולזרעו‪ ,‬שימלא ה' לטובה כל משאלות לבו‪ ,‬עדי נזכה במהרה‬ ‫לתשועת עולמים‪ ,‬בקרב הימים‪ ,‬ונאמר אמן‪.‬‬

‫אחיך‪,‬‬

‫יואל איצקאוויטש‬


‫בילדער‪ :‬אבי ס‪.‬‬


‫אומגלויבליך מ‬ ‫ז‬ ‫ל‬ ‫ט‬ ‫אן‬ ‫וב!‬

‫חג ה' לנו טוען מיר אויסדרוקן געפילן פון שיר ושבח‬ ‫יעצט בזמן שמחה ארויסצוברענגען די געפילן פאר'ן ידיד נפש כל חי‬ ‫יעדע רגע גיבט ער זיך אוועק פאר אידישע קינדער אזוי געטריי‬ ‫מיט הארציגע ברכות וואונטשן מיר א ברכה פאר'ן טייערן ר' חיים‬ ‫מיר ווילן וואונטשן א ברכה פאר'ן אלעמען באקאנטן משמח אלקים ואנשים‪,‬‬ ‫אהוב למעלה ונחמד למטה‬

‫מוה"ר חיים איצקאוויטש‬

‫הי"ו‬

‫פראדוצירער פונעם הערליכן "אומגלויבליך" שפיל‬ ‫לרגל די שמחת הבר מצוה פון זיין חשוב'ן זון‬

‫כמר בנימין זאב הי"ו‬ ‫מיר וואונטשן א ברכה פאר ר' חיים‪ ,‬אז דו זאלסט א גאנץ לעבן ווייטער קענען‬ ‫אנגיין מיט דיינע הייליגע פעולות פון משמח זיין אידישע קינדער‪ ,‬ובפרט די‬ ‫לבבות נשברות אויף וועמענס פנים דו ברענגסט ארויף א שמייכל צו יעדע‬ ‫געלעגנהייט‪ ,‬אין דעם זכות זאל דיר השי"ת שענקען אסאך אידיש נחת‬ ‫מיט הרחבת הדעת דקדושה!‬

‫סטעף‬

‫די‬ ‫ג"א מצטרפים‪:‬‬

‫בעריש קארן ‪ -‬אפרים קארן‬


‫בעזהשי"ת‬

‫מנח"ם משיב נפשינו‬ ‫מ עומק לבבינו נביע ברכת מזלא טבא קדם ידידינו בלב נפש וגו פ‬ ‫נ וח לשמים ונוח לבריות שמו הטוב נודע לשם ולתהלה תוך אמונ י‬ ‫ח בלים נפלה לו בנעימים לעשות גדולות ולזכות הרבים בבשר קוד ש‬ ‫מ ילין אין בפינו די מלהביע מעשיו הכבירים לעמוד בש ער‬ ‫ה"ה הרבני הנכבד והמפואר‪ ,‬מוכתר בכל מדה נכונה ותואר‬

‫מנחם‬ ‫פישער‬

‫הרה"ח ר'‬

‫הי"ו‬

‫לרגל שמחתו הגדולה והרוממה השורה במעונו‬

‫בנו‬ ‫נישואי‬ ‫בשמחת‬ ‫משה אברהם‬

‫ני"ו‬ ‫הבה"ח היקר המופלג בתורה ויראת שמים כמר‬ ‫עב"ג מוה"ר נפתלי הירצקא בראך הי"ו מחשובי אנ"ש בקרית יואל‬

‫בעת שמחתו הגדולה נהללנו ברננים‪ ,‬בזמירות שבחות ושירים‪,‬‬ ‫להודות ולשבח במקצת אמרים‪ ,‬אשר הגדיל עשות באמיץ כוח ורוב‬ ‫אונים‪ ,‬למען הפלייש געשעפט דקהלתינו הק' להרבות פעלים‪,‬‬ ‫להגדיל קרן הכשרות ולהרים‪ ,‬שבחו וזכותו יעמוד בתדירים‬ ‫מ ה נכבד היום בעת משוש לבו בנישואי בנו בדיצה וחדוה ברב טבון וקשו ט‬ ‫ז ה היום עשה ה' נגילה ונשמחה בו ונהללה את שם אלקי בסוד עם קרוב ו‬ ‫ל א ימוש ממך ברכה המשולשת בתורה בכל ברכאן דלעילא ותתא בשפע ר ב‬ ‫המברכים לעומתו‪ ,‬משבחים פעולתו‪ ,‬שמחים בשמחתו‬

‫ק"ק סאטמאר מאנסי‬


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‫חיים‬ ‫די אפאר נייעם‬ ‫הילף לעבן‬ ‫זייט אויך פון די פילע גליקליכע‬ ‫וואס האבן בס"ד אנגעהויבן‬ ‫'א נייעם לעבן' דורך די‬ ‫זעלטן‪-‬ווירקזאמער הילף פון‬ ‫הרה"ח ר' חיים מרדכי בוקצין שליט"א‬ ‫דער מומחה גדול אין תכונת הנפש‪.‬‬ ‫מיט זיין גרויס מומחיות ‪ -‬פון לאנגע יארן לערנען‬ ‫תורת הנפש ‪ -‬טוט הרב בוקצין אויפלייכטן אידישע‬ ‫קינדער‪ ,‬אין די פארשידנסטע פראבלעמען און‬ ‫שוועריגקייטן‪ .‬פארפעלקער‪ ,‬יונגע און עלטערע‬ ‫קינדער‪ ,‬הייבן ב"ה אן א ניי צופרידענעם‬ ‫לעבענס‪-‬וועג אדאנק די דאזיגע הילף‪.‬‬

‫'חיים מחדש'‬ ‫העלפט און היילט‪:‬‬ ‫שלום בית‬ ‫חינוך‬ ‫קשר מיט עלטערן‬ ‫וועלן‪-‬לערנען‬ ‫קאמוניקאציע‬

‫הרב בוקצין וועט אויפנעמען‬ ‫אין מאנסי במשך חודש תמוז‪.‬‬ ‫ביז דאנערשטאג קרח א' תמוז‬ ‫רופט דעם לאנדענעם נומער‪:‬‬

‫‪44.755.030.2732‬‬ ‫פון פרייטאג קרח ב' תמוז‪ ,‬רופט‪:‬‬

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Up to

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Sun July 10th to Thur July 14th 10:30AM-5:00PM Gowns and dresses for the mother, grandmother, sister and the bride herself!

178 Route 59 Suite4 10952 Monsey, NY

(845) 356-3731

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