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Our Town’s Weekly Issue #63

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THE WHITE MOUNTAINS

Your complete guide to staying, praying, and playing in New Hampshire

MOUNTAIN FACTS AND FUN NEW FOOD COLUMNIST! Yehudis Lichtman shares three must-try dips l’kavod Shabbos Nachamu

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FYI Making a mountain out of... a mountain.

FOOD AND FAMILY Delectable dips always enhance a delightful Shabbos seudah.

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THE CHAIN OF HASHGACHA PRATIS

Thank you to the letter-writer who wrote in about MRSA a few weeks ago. Because of her letter, a neighbor of mine finally received a correct diagnosis for a painful abscess after months of suffering.

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She mentioned to me that she only realized what her problem could be after reading the letter. Little did I know that the chain of hashgacha pratis would pass down to me. Last week my baby developed a large, painful pimple on her abdomen. I covered it with bacitracin, but by the next day, the surrounding area was red, hard to the touch, and left her screeching in pain. The hot red skin was across a full quarter of her tummy. Remembering what my neighbor had told me, I called to ask her for advice, and she sent me to the amazing Wound Healing Gemach where I was coached on its care and told when to seek medical advice. My baby ended up in the hospital for five days because the infection spread into her blood, but because of the cream supplied by the gemach, we were able to avoid surgery b’chasdei Hashem. Even the doctors were truly amazed at how well this natural cream worked at draining the wound. My baby is on the mend B”H, and home now.

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I’d like to thank The Monsey View for such a great magazine. I was amazed that one of the laundry tips for removing stains in your last week’s issue actually worked magic! One of my children’s garments was stained with Silly Putty. I soaked it in alcohol, as you mentioned and washed it once, scraped it off with a plastic spoon and washed it a second time, and it is as good as new! Not a drop of Silly Putty to be found. Thanks so much for this fantastic idea. A Steady Reader

SOMETHING WAS ALIVE IN MY ATTIC, TOO

Reading about Greg made me smile. Greg was a regular visitor at my home, after a family of squirrels chose the cozy confines of my attic as their home. And I surely was able to relate to the writer’s experience! I also enjoyed the installment about Rabbi Steven Hill. It brought back memories of Monsey of once upon. A Reader

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I am a avid reader of your amazing magazine. It’s something Monsey needed for a long time. I read with interest last week’s letter from a proud Monsey resident about the Moving to Monsey series. I understand her need to stick up for all of us, but I beg to differ on one point. Perhaps a proud Monsey resident never had to deal with the school district for special services. I can tell you from first-hand experience that getting your child services in Monsey is not simple! It is a bureaucratic nightmare! I actually have a friend who moved back to the city just because of this very issue. It might be useful for many of

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us if The Monsey View would do a feature story on this issue. Trying to get around the red tape for my child

LOVING THE GYM

I attend a gym where I meet individuals who are formally dressed and say Tehillim while exercising slowly. However, this has never stopped me from pounding away on a nearby treadmill with invigorating music on my Sansa clip. I actually enjoy the serenity these people inspire. But I do my own thing and love the gym experience. Mrs. B.

SOMETHING’S FISHY

I really enjoy The Monsey View and look forward to it each week. This week was no different. However, reading FYI on Fish, something struck me as wrong. You wrote that the largest fish is a whale. However whales are not fish, they are mammals — warmblooded animals, whereas fish are cold-blooded. Please clarify. An avid reader Nissi Unger responds: Thank you for your letter. You certainly have your facts straight — a whale is a mammal. However, I would love to clarify that nothing was actually fishy in the infographic. I listed the largest fish as a whale shark. While whales are mammals, sharks are fish. And whale sharks are huge fish! The only reason it was named whale shark is for size — because it is the largest fish known to mankind! I believe if you ‘d like to see one, the American Museum of Natural History has a whale shark as part of their permanent exhibit. Gratefully, Nissi Unger


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The time had come to move across the country to Monsey. My husband found an apartment for us. Its construction was supposed to be completed by July 1st. We planned our move for the beginning of August, on Tu B’Av. And then‌ we arrived at our apartment to see it was not completed, and the floor was buckled in many areas. There was no way we could stay in the apartment, and our furniture was due to arrive the next day! The neighbor who lived upstairs of our new apartment was away on vacation. My husband called the one person he knew in Monsey, but he picked up the phone. Then I tried a friend who was staying with her parents in Monsey for the duration of the summer. I called her and started to cry as I told her what was going on. She told me she would make some phone calls and call me back. Within ten minutes, she had two options of places we could stay. The next day, we waited for our moving truck to arrive, but it did not come. In the end, our things came two weeks later. The landlord set to work getting the apartment properly fixed up. Over a week later, we moved into the apartment, sleeping on the floor until the rest of the apartment was finished and our furniture arrived.

If you would like to submit your own Hashgacha Pratis story, please mail to The Monsey View at POB 305, Monsey, NY 10952, fax to 845.600.8483, or email it to viewmasterplan@gmail.com. Please remember to include your name and phone number.


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WeighSmarter By Esty Weiss

Food for Thought I would like to share a story with permission from the client. Not an isolated theory, it happens pretty often, and you might be able to relate to the topic. The woman who reached out to me seemed rather desperate about her weight issue. She had been struggling with weight issues for the past 25 years, not to mention yo-yo dieting. She seemed like she had had enough. “Can you please tell me your magic trick so I can end this horrible dieting cycle?” she asked. “I don’t think there is anything out there I haven’t tried over the years, and all I can say is that I’m back to square one! Every diet had a list of promises that I fell for every time, hoping that the latest one would be the last diet of my life!” I have to admit that I completely understood my client’s frustration because I’ve been there myself, so after sympathizing with her current situation, I asked her a question of my own. “I know you’ve tried following many diets over the years, but were they all food related?” After I spoke, it seemed as though I lost my client for a minute — but then she said, “Of course! How can it be a diet if it’s not about food?” It turned out that my client had been focusing on which foods are okay to eat, and which foods aren’t. On one occasion, she cut fats out of her diet completely! Then, when she went on another diet, my client decided to minimize her carbohydrate intake, and focus on fats and protein. Needless to say, she sounded confused about all the conflicting information. So, I repeated my question in a different way. I asked, “Besides talking about which foods are allowed on the diet and

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My client proudly admits that “thought before food” is the smart way to go.

which foods aren’t, I want to know if a diet has ever taught you anything else. For example, do you know what to do when you crave a certain food? Do you know what to do when you feel stressed, and you just want to eat half a gallon of ice cream to feel better? What are your thoughts before you overeat?” At this point, my client mumbled something along the lines of, “All I heard was what not to eat, and if you crave something, either you just don’t eat it, or you make a better choice and take a cucumber instead of a Danish.” Some diet programs had some better ideas, like food preparation, calling a friend for support, going on a walk, reading a book, or getting busy with something else to distract you from overeating. I asked my client if any of these things had worked for her — and if so, for how long? If any of the abovementioned ideas were effective, it was for a very short time, until my client gave up and tried the next promising diet. That was when I gave her some “food for thought” — or better yet, some “thought before food” — and provided a rundown of how the mind has the power to control everything we do. I told my client that until she figured out how to manage her thoughts, she would continue to yoyo diet. “But isn’t the end result of what goes into your


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thought about how something looks or sounds delicious, and then you determine whether or not to eat the food in question. Either way, the thought comes first and the decision to act on that thought comes afterward. At this point, my client was a bit shocked, and a little bit annoyed as well. “I don’t think before I eat!” she said. “Who has time to think?” With that, I heard her chuckle, and she went on to say, “You know, this does make sense. And since I’ve never done this, I am willing to give it a try.” Well, it’s been two years

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Parshas

Va’eschanan By Rebbetzin Malka Teitelbaum Sossover Rebbitzin

The king’s court buzzed with activity from morning till night. Noblemen and noblewomen of the court strutted about, dressed in their finery, relishing their privilege of being in the king’s palace. Servants rushed to and fro, some carrying platters of food and drink, others cleaning the palace to a shine. Outside the palace gates, the ordinary people went about their business. Some looked to the palace from time to time, wistfully dreaming of someday meeting the king, while others acknowledged the palace as a fleeting thought as they went about their business, and yet others denied that there even was a king, for who had ever met him? In actuality, the king’s door was always open, and he strongly desired to have closeness with any and all of the people – if only they would approach him. The nobles of the court generally did not give much thought to the idea, feeling that their high status as noblemen meant that they were already close enough. The servants felt that they were too lowly, and they did not dare enter that room. And the people outside the gate — well, how could they even think of stepping foot inside the gate, let alone the palace, let alone the king’s very chamber itself? From time to time, noblemen would address the public, stress-

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ing to them the importance of loving and honoring the king. “The king’s door is always open,” they would declare. “All are welcome, and anyone can enter!” Yes, the speakers would speak and the listeners would listen, but very few people ever entered the king’s inner chamber. One day, as a nobleman spoke to a listening crowd, a simple

Hashem wants to have a close, loving relationship with each and every one of us. His door is always open, and He is waiting. What is holding us back? servant was rushing past, carrying a load of palace laundry, when he heard the speaker tell the crowd about the king’s open door policy: “The door is always open! Anyone can enter!” What is stopping me? he wondered. I am doing work for the king, but I have no relationship with him. If his door is always open, then what has held me back all these years? Me — I have held myself back! And with that, he resolved to bravely step foot into the king’s chamber.

The servant turned and ran in the direction of the king’s room. As he drew nearer and nearer to the room, people started to notice the direction he was heading, and how close he was getting. The other servants tried to hold him back, saying, “You can’t go in there! People like us don’t belong there. Maybe if we were noblemen, but we’re not!” The noblemen began to shout at him things like, “Where do you think you’re going? I’m a nobleman and I never went in there, so how can you? What a chutzpah!” Noblemen and servants alike called out, “Only very, very special people can go in there!” But nothing held the servant back. He was determined to get close to the king, and that’s exactly what he did. What they all could have done, and could still do. It says in this week’s Parsha: “V’atem had’veikim ba’Hashem Elokeichem, chaim kulchem hayom. — But you who cling to Hashem your G-d are alive, every one of you, today.” The sefer Kanfei Nesharim notes that many people do not believe that human beings can have a direct attachment to Hashem, thinking that He is too big, powerful, and holy. They think that Hashem can only be approached through an intermediary, such as a malach. Other people believe that such an attachment is possible


for a human, but only in Olam Haba. And still other people believe that it could be possible for a human to achieve attachment to Hashem, but only for rare and very special people. When you consider the greatness of Hashem and the limitedness of people, it is difficult to conceive that achieving a close relationship with Hashem is possible not just for a few people, but for an entire nation such as Klal Yisroel. And yet, that is exactly what the Torah is telling us here. The Kanfei Nesharim emphasizes that every single Jew can achieve d’veikus to Hashem. He quotes the Tanna D’vei Eliyahu that even a manservant or maidservant can do so, and that it can even be achieved with one single moment of pure sincerity, as it says: “One might acquire eternal life after many years, and another in one hour!” (Gemara Avodah Zara 17a) Hashem wants to have a close, loving relationship with each and every one of us. His door is always open, and He is waiting. What is holding us back? Ourselves. We hold ourselves back. We tell ourselves that we are not worthy, or that we are not ready. We listen to the voices of others who say, “You? Such a relationship with Hashem is not for someone like you. You are not ______ enough.” There are many ways to fill in that blank. We are not in Kollel or working in a Torah field. We are not Rabbanish or Rebbish. We are not klei kodesh. We are simple people. The Torah was given to all of Klal Yisroel, and the door to Hashem’s heart is open to one and all. We just have to bravely take that step.

Hilchos Shabbos

Q&A

One Halachah at a Time By Rebbetzin Y. Weissmandl

What is the correct way to salt foods on Shabbos? Salting certain foods can fall under the category of me’abed m’derabonon (‫ )מעבד מדרבנן‬and/or domeh l’mevashel mid’rabonon. (‫)דומה למבשל‬ The av melocha of me’abed d’oreisa (‫מעבד‬ ‫ )דאורייתא‬is performing any of the functions that is needed to render the hide of an animal useable for humanity; for example, salting, pressing, softening, stretching, shaving, or rubbing it. • For this reason, one may not polish leather shoes with oil. The Chachamim assured polishing shoes, even without oil. The poskim say that this includes even using a dry cloth or brush, or wiping one’s shoe with the socks that one is wearing. However, one may wipe dust off shoes with one’s bare hands, or hard plastic. • There is a machlokes harabonim if inserting dried contact lenses into lens solution on Shabbos is muttar, since it softens the lens. The accepted opinion is that there is no me’abed on contact lenses. • Min ha’Torah there is no me’abed on foods. However, m’derabonon there is me’abed on foods. • Chazal assured pickling food on Shabbos (‫ )כובש כבשים‬. Pickling food is an issur d’rabonon, since it changes the texture of the food. It’s a form of me’abed using food. And a form of domeh l’bishul, since it changes the texture of the food, similar to what cooking does. • Furthermore, Chazal assured mixing a large amount of salt with water, even if not for the purposes of pickling food, because it is common practice to use large amounts of salt water to pickle food. So it’s a maras ein (‫ )מראית עין‬that one is going to be (‫)כובש כבשים‬ • There is a halacha that when Pesach falls on Shabbos and one forgot to prepare salt water for the karpas (‫טיבול‬ ‫)בכרפס‬, one may prepare only a small amount of salt-water with less salt than one would normally use. This salt water should preferably be completely used up at the Seder. • One should not put a raw vegetable into a jar of pickles that has brine or vinegar. However, one may return a pickled item to its original container. The issur of pickling applies only to foods that are commonly pickled. Includ-

ed in this are most types of raw, edible vegetables such as cucumbers, eggplant, olives, green tomatoes, etc This issur does not include cooked meats, fish, eggs etc which are not commonly pickled. When one wants to salt raw vegetables for the purposes of eating them, one can use any of the following options: • One should only salt one piece of vegetable at a time and eat it right away, before it has a chance to sweat and change texture. Even if one eats so fast that there is no time for it to sweat, one should not salt a veg before eating the first one, one already salted. • One first puts the salt into the dish. One can then put the vegetables or egg with onions (eier tzvibel) on top of the salt and then pour the oil, mayonnaise, or any other dressing on top of that. • The most preferable option is to mix the oil and salt together in a separate dish and pour this onto the vegetables or eier tzvibel. These options are only muttar to be done during the meal (‫ )סעודה‬or, if very necessary, a half an hour before. • Salting cooked eggs, cooked meat, or other dried cooked foods whose texture does not change through the salting process is muttar. However, one may only do so if needed for that particular Shabbos. According to the Mishna Berura, one may only salt that one actually needs for that particular seudah (this can be done with none of the above limitations.) For example, one should not salt on Friday night in preparation for the Shabbos morning meal or on Shabbos morning in preparation for shalosh seudos. There are other halachos involved with regards to preparing egg salad (eier tzvibel) • The onion and vegetables should not be chopped into too small pieces. • One may not use any kailim whose purpose is for chopping to small pieces. This would lead to the issur of tochen (‫)טוחן‬, grinding. • One may not make the eier tzvibel into shapes, or form designs with any utensils on the surface. However, one may use a scoop for the purposes of serving the eggs amount (but not for shaping because of the issur of boneh (‫)בונה‬, building).

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CHAPTER 4

Sun on

Stone By Chany Rosengarten Recap: Malka’la finds her daughter, and remembers the keren, a house bought for her children with tzedakah collected, for their future. She wants to cash it in now, because she can’t survive penniless any longer. The developer firm tells her the house was never built and the money was lost. He gives her 100 shekels; she throws the money away. All night, the animals spoke to her. Dogs barked, barked. Two cats fought bitterly, their cries of angst and torment piercing the long night. A rooster awoke long before its time. She got up from bed, because of what use is the comfort of a mattress, when the horizontal position does not bring sleep? She opened the window. Down below, just at the edge of the wadi where earlier she had lain davening, the jackals were out, searching for prey. Their crying voices carried far over the sand and shrub hill. She used to be comforted, long ago, that outside the world is wild, but here, in her home — her husband, her children, herself — the four walls provide solid safety. Not anymore. The jackals’ cries haunted her. Blame. If she had only insisted, back then when the money was there. She should have known better, should have stood up

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for what she felt in her deepest gut. She should have taken it and used it wisely, and then she would have not been buckling today. It came to her in flashes, the things that should have been so obvious to her all this time, had she known. So that’s why her father-in-law had lost his own money, why he suddenly was not able to give her any help, despite everything. Hurt. So why didn’t he tell her, if her children’s future went down with him? Was it shame? To avoid hurting himself? To forestall hurting her, until the time of inevitability, when she needed it most? If only she had insisted, today, as she should have then, that they couldn’t, that it just couldn’t be. That she wasn’t accepting it with a bowed head. That she was a partner, an advocate for her children. That she should have been consulted, and if she wasn’t… what could she do? In-

stead, she took their 100 shekels, allowing them the delusion that they had somehow repaid what could never be given back. And regret. Why had she let the 100 shekels fly away in the wind, as if she could replace it, as if she didn’t have six mouths to feed — and come shame or famine, she would never forsake her job as a mother. Why had she let it go? And also, she felt resigned. All this had happened in the immediate past. What about the future? Tomorrow was another day. Another day to figure out how to possibly feed them, without having the water shut off. Another day in which, minute by minute, she would fight for survival. And then peace. She fell asleep. Right before she did, she remembered praying, earlier today, that her child be alive. Her prayer was answered. Her prayer was answered. She should ask more. Let her


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voice be heard, because He listens. held together by the rubber at the Instead of taking, she could ask. edges. She’d kiss them tenderly. Instead of grabbing, searching, They would live in this place, call it she could open to receive, maybe. home. There was hope. But she was sleepShe opened the door, stoically ing, and before long it was mornshook her head out so the tears dising, and the children were nearly sipated. Recha’le balked. going, and there was no food, but “Come inside.” there was still water, so she boiled Recha’le refused to move one it up with coffee and some grains of foot in front of the other. sugar she had scooped up from the “Come. It’s hot out. Come inside.” floor yesterday and sent them out. Obnoxiously thinking she could This, this way of living that was change things, Recha’le understood dying over and over with every with a wisdom far more potent breath she took; this could not conthan facts what her mother sought tinue. in this building. She threw herself It couldn’t because she couldn’t. onto the stairs, kicking and crying It couldn’t because there was nothing, no hope, no recourses, to Why had she let the 100 shekels fuel the again and again. fly away in the wind, as if she That dream, that if things got as hard as could replace it, as if she didn’t they were now, she have six mouths to feed? could fall into the hands of the keren, that was gone. Dead. A dead end. mercilessly. Her children would go to the or“We have to go inside.” phanage. But she wasn’t sure anymore She knew it had to happen. that she wanted to go inside, into They were orphans. They would be a building of hallways that would forced to. There was no other way. raise her child. She wasn’t providing for them. It How could a mother do it to her would be better for them there. She child? would visit them. But at least they’d She’d bring them here, and be fed, washed, clothed. would go home alone, leaving them She strapped Esther’ke into the to learn life here, and the house carriage. Fast, eagerly, she rolled would be empty, dead, silent, nothe thin wheels down the slope, body rustling the air that comes sometimes they hit gravel, mostly through the windows and cracks, they twisted around in the air nobody playing with the silence, or while she pointed the back wheels the dust. And then what? down, down and back up again the How could a mother do this to a steep incline. child, especially a mother that is her Here they were: Kiryat Banot. own self? The building was large, she walked “I can’t do this anymore.” between the trees and the sun, and She let the tears flow out of her made her way up the stairs. angrily now, as she hurried down A painful wash of tears popped the steps groping the handrail. into her eyes, but she brushed them She walked and she cried and she away, holding the little one, giving thought they would never cease to her left hand to Recha’le. flow but they did, after a long while, She’d pack up the two pairs of when she came home, fed the chilpants they had, the shoes split in dren, and fell into her bed, asleep. the front, the underwear that only And when responsibility jolted her

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from her nap, it was so clear to her, there in the post-nap haze where the purest thoughts are born: America. “America!” She jumped out of bed and she laughed, to herself, out loud, and the laughter filled up the room with a sound these walls hadn’t heard in a long, long time. America. How could she not have thought of it? The thought gave her strength. She hurried to prepare for the children. Esther’ke was playing silently in her crib, like she was used to doing. Like a dance, she pulled the house together, pouring clear water on the floors and sweeping the dirt together. She took Recha’le by the hand, strapped the baby into the carriage, and rolled it down the hill. The grocery had extra vegetables. She could make soup. She still had some eggs in the basement, from the organiza-

aging around the other, less bruised produce. She walked back up the hill, a spring in her step, imagining what America looked like. She would go there. She would collect, like her neighbor, Mr. Cohen, had, not so long ago. He came back with $10,000, enough to live for almost an entire year! No one in her own family had ever gone. Her father discouraged them very, very strongly. They were YerushShe should ask more. Let her voice almim. Pure, be heard, because He listens. generational Yerushalmim. Instead of taking, she could ask. They had never stepped one foot off the tion that had given her a Pesach holy soil. distribution. She usually didn’t How would she pay for the go down to the machsan to get ticket? Or borrow for the ticket, one, because she rationed them even if she hoped that in Ameriwisely, three eggs a week so it ca it would be repaid. might be able to stretch until How many women, especialSuccos, when she would rely women like her, who weren’t ceive another tzedakah package, by nature born to be grabbers, smaller, but still something to beggars, users, how many mothfeed her children. But today was ers went? different. She cracked one, waWhere would her children tered it down with water from be? How was this different than the sink. And sang. placing them in an orphanage? She would make food. Doubt was quick to set in and Her mind fed her happier take up residence within her pictures now, as she raced down plan, adjusting the shades and the hill, collected the vegetables, turning off the lights. didn’t stand and pick, but took America? What was she thinkthem all, the ones so rotten they ing? Just thinking about saying created a film of brown packthis plan to another human be-

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ing was enough to put the plan where it belonged, in the pile of dead ambitions that resides in every heart’s “could-have” file. She wouldn’t go. She would never go. It was ludicrous to go, or to think of going. But… what was the alternative? Coming home and washing off the pile of rot from her vegetables, she discovered that in the entire pile there were only two inner pieces of squash she could salvage, and the faintest sliver of pepper not yet rotted. Hungry. Again. And here the children were. She had to go to America, infuse hope. There was no way she could even entertain going. She couldn’t just continue. She couldn’t just keep going. One more day. But even today was hard. Even today was too hard. Going was as disruptive as putting her children in the orphanage. But the other alternative was staying here in the now, the unbearable, unsustainable day that would end in them going to the orphanage, leaving her orphaned of her children. What was the alternative? To be continued... Chany Rosengarten authors columns and serialized novels in leading publications. She can be reached at gchanyg@gmail.com.


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Challah’s Best Friend What started out for many as a container of chrein to add tang to the fish, has turned into a virtual explosion of exotic flavors served at the first course of the Shabbos meal. On Shabbos Chazon, we make do with the basics, but come Shabbos Nachamu, what better way to welcome such a special Shabbos than with variety of condiments l’kavod Shabbos? Dips is such a going item in my house, that I determine the amount of challahs I need for a given week not by how many people will be at the seudah, but by the amount of dips I prepare. Gut Shabbos!

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BEST EVER TOMATO DIP

4 large tomatoes ½ cup oil 3 capfuls vinegar 3 cloves garlic or 3 frozen garlic cubes 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. red pepper flakes 2-3 T. sugar, to taste 1. Chop tomatoes in food processor with knife attachment. Add oil and continue blending until smooth. Do not omit this step — this is the secret to the creamiest tomato dip ever! 2. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend until completely combined.

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AUTHENTIC MATBUCHA

¼ cup oil 1 Spanish onion, diced 4 cloves garlic, diced — or 4 frozen garlic cubes 2 red pepper, diced 2 green pepper, diced 1 28-oz can whole tomatoes, peeled 1 28-oz can crushed tomatoes 2 T. paprika 1 T. salt 1 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes 2 ½ T. sugar 1. Sauté onion and garlic until golden. 2. Add peppers and sauté until softened. 3. Add whole tomatoes, crushed tomatoes, paprika, salt, sugar and pepper flakes. Cook on medium heat for about 2 hours. 4. After 1 hour of cooking, mash to spread consistency. 5. Keeps in refrigerator for up to 10 days.

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SCALLION DIP

2 cups mayonnaise 4 cloves garlic ¼ cup water ¼ cup honey 1 bunch checked scallions 1. Blend first four ingredients with hand blender. 2. Cut scallions into small rings, and add into mixture. 3. Stays fresh in refrigerator for 2 weeks.

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Compiled by Sandy Eller

Local Leaders Rally Against Hate After Firecrackers Thrown at New City Rabbis’ Homes It was a united front against antiSemitism on August 11th as local officials and a diverse group of community members gathered at the steps of the Rockland County Courthouse to denounce an apparent hate crime in New City. “We’re here today to show that we condemn this in the strongest possible terms,” said Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann. A group of four unidentified individuals threw an explosive device in

the driveway of Rabbi Simcha Morgenstern’s house and into a bush next to Rabbi Avremel Kotlarsky’s house. Both firecrackers went off, with shrubbery at the Kotlarsky home catching fire. Firefighters from the New City Fire Department extinguished the fire and Clarkstown police are investigating the incident. “It’s obviously premeditated,” said Rabbi Kotlarsky, who runs programming at Chabad Lubavitch of Rockland County along with Rabbi Mor-

genstern. “It was not just one rabbi, it was two. It was clear that we were targeted.” At the rally, a spokesperson for the Anti Defamation League announced a $2,500 reward to anyone who can help police identify and apprehend the perpetrators. County Executive Ed Day called the incident an act of terror and said that acts of this kind have no place in Rockland County. (Rockland Daily Voice/Hamodia)

New Tappan Zee Hits Halfway Mark Despite a midday terrifying crane collapse just weeks ago that stranded hundreds of drivers, tied up traffic for miles, and left lanes closed for hours, the new Tappan Zee Bridge project is progressing nicely. With 35 of the 43 pairs of the bridge’s piers already completed, the structure of the new bridge is becoming visible, and most of the steel structure is expected to be finished by October. The New York State

Thruway estimates that the first portion of the project will be open to eight lanes of vehicular traffic at the end of 2017. The new bridge will have eight 419-foot towers held up by 14 miles of metal cable and the projected completion date for the twin spans is 2018. Once finished, the bridges will feature four lanes in each direction plus dedicated bicycle and pedestrian paths with scenic rest areas, four

Safety Alert: Don’t Leave Your Kid in the Car!

A Ramapo Police Department officer on routine patrol came to the rescue of a local mother last week after the woman accidentally locked her infant inside her car at the Spook Rock Town Pool. The officer was able to free the infant from the hot vehicle, preventing possible serious harm to the baby. Even the best and most careful of parents can inadvertently leave a baby or a sleeping child in a car, an action that can have horrifying consequences, notes the Kids and Cars

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website. Earlier this month, a pair of 15-month-old Georgia twins died after being left strapped into their car seats on a hot summer day. An estimated 38 children die every year after being trapped inside a hot car. Best tips for making sure not to leave your child behind: • Waze, the popular navigation app, just launched a child reminder feature that when activated, pops up with a reminder at the end of a trip saying “Don’t forget your child in the car.” Similar apps include Oo-

breakdown/emergency lanes, busonly lanes, and light rail or commuter rail capabilities. The existing Tappan Zee Bridge, the longest in New York State, will be demolished. It was designed in 1955 for $60 million and had an intended life span of 50 years. The new spans are projected to have a $3.98 billion price tag. (New York Times/NewNYBridge.com)

rah’s Kars4Kids Safety, available only for Android phones, Precious Cargo, and Baby Reminder. • Leave your pocketbook, shoe, or cell phone in the backseat with your baby. • Keep a large stuffed animal in your child’s car seat, placing it in the front seat when your baby is in the car. Having the stuffed animal in the front seat with you will serve as a visual reminder that your baby is with you. (Sandy Eller)


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EVERGREEN IS CELEBRATING THEIR 3RD ANNIVERSARY ‫ ב”ה‬It’s been three amazing years! Here at Evergreen we are EverChanging and evolving to meet the needs of the EverGrowing Monsey community. Our work has just begun. As part of this year’s Anniversary celebration we bring you a huge selection of DOORBUSTER SPECIALS from every department in our store. Make sure not to miss the extra-fun kid’s contest featured on page 63. As we begin our 4th year we are proud to introduce a few new additions to the Evergreen Family: CHOP & CHILL, A full service Salad and Sundae bar opened its doors just a few days ago. Serving up Fresh and unique Salads and a fantastical selection of Ice Cream Sundaes, Chop and Chill is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in the store. The team members at VITALITY VITAMINS, are not newcomers to health and nutrition. The years of experience they bring to the new and improved department @ Evergreen, has been met with a welcoming response from our customers. The department is fully stocked with well-priced vitamins and supplements, with a special section

dedicated to Gluten Free and Spelt products. Stop by and meet the onsite Vitality specialist, available to answer any questions you may have. We would like to extend a warm welcome to all the new members of the Monsey community. We invite you to please stop in and introduce yourself at the Evergreen customer service desk. Let us know that you are new to the neighborhood and sign up to receive the Evergreen/ Town Square WELCOME PACKET filled with valuable neighborhood maps, lists, contact numbers and community information. It also includes free discounts and coupons only available to our new neighbors. We are looking Forward to meeting you! Exciting news! THE EVERGREEN KEILIM MIKVAH, is open and ready for use. Built as a service to the community, we invite you to come in and use it during store hours. Thank You For Making Evergreen Your Community Store. Hope to see you soon! The Team @ Evergreen


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DAGIM

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.

HADAR

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.

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WYLER’S

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SHNEIDER’S

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Italian Ices

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Freeze Pops 144 Ct

593

$

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.

TRADITION

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Chicken or Chicken No Msg, Tray/12

693

$

.

.

GlutenFREESection FREEGIFT PACK OF MAGIC BALLOONS VALUE $9.99

With any purchase of $50 from Vitality Health

Everyday

Grand Opening SALAD DAY SUNDAE

OF EVERGREEN’S NEWEST ADDITION Buy any 2 Salads or Grillers and get an

ICE CREAM FREE SUNDAE Frapp in a Bowl

COME IN AND SEE OUR

NEW GLUTEN FREE SECTION No-Nos Bites

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Cucumber Roll

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493 lb

MARVID

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63¢ lb

Family pack

393 lb

$

SOLOMONS

553 lb

$

233 lb

$

SOLOMON’S

1893 lb

Facon Cured Beef Plate

6 Oz

1993

4 Oz.

493

$

593

$

$

543

$

Cornered Beef $

JACK’S GOURMET

Beef Pastrami Sliced

Aprox. 5 Lbs

DELI

MARVID

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SOLOMON’S

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Chulent, Potato Kugel, Kishka & Yapchik $

$3.33

Sweet Potato Roll

993 lb

$

93

Chocolate Crust Buns

413

$

Cinnamon Buns

343lb

$

Buy 2 Medium Challahs

Chummus

Get Pack of

Chocolate Fudgies Cookies Free

10oz container

293 ea

$

Tuna Salad - All Kind 12oz container

393 ea

$

Breaded Flounder

6

$

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93

93

Egg Salad - All Kind

Sunflowers

12oz container

293 ea

$

5

$

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Cream of Mushroom Salad

produce

193 ea

5 Sectional Fruit Platter

Vegetarian Liver

Extra Small

Fresh Tilapia

8oz container

6

$

Family pack

693 lb

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$

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$

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To our Valued Customers! Please remember that you must give your phone number to the cashier at checkout to receive all of our amazing specials. We are so proud to have you as part of the Evergreen MEMBERS ONLY Family.

Inositol Powder $

34

360 Sof

7993

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I’m probably not the only one who finds it amusing to observe a mother shopping with her almost Bar-Mitzvah-aged son. “Ma, do we really have to go to another store?” Where is all that energy he has when climbing trees and scaling walls? Why is he trudging like an old man and pouting like a toddler? The differences between men and women have been the butt of many jokes. But all joking aside, men truly view the world differently than women. No, they do not enjoy going from store to store on Sunday, and no, they do not feel a tingle of excitement when they hear that they get to visit the coat and the shoe store on the same day. Ahh… but they are not deprived of “retail therapy” at all. The thrill and excitement catches up with them as soon as they enter their shopping domain, a store designed with the menfolk in mind… The Shirt Place! MV: How has The Shirt Place revolutionized men’s shopping experience? The word “shirt” can be quite misleading. In The Shirt Place, you’ll find everything under one roof. From head-to-toe, literally. From yarmulkes to shoe and everything in between, it’s all neatly and strategically displayed to ensure a smooth and pleasant experience. MV: You can bet on that one! I still remember trudging from the dry goods store to the shoe store, from the yarmulke store to the hosiery store in order to successfully complete the boys’ lists. Tell us about some of the special services you have. First of all, each item we sell can be tried on in the store. There’s an open package of every brand in every size. Every shirt, yarmulke and yeshiva chalat can be tried on to see which one will work for you. Our goal is to save our customers as much unnecessary agmas nefesh as possible. Our second unique service is our unprecedented thirty-day return policy. We all know how disappointing it is to come home and realize that an item doesn’t fit right or doesn’t feel right. This is especially true when it comes to Bar Mitzvah bachurim and chasanim — our specialty — who want to test which items will work for them. Since many shop in advance, we give thirty days to bring back any unopened packages for a full cash refund. No questions asked. MV: Incredible! That’s a true department store shopping experience in the heart of Monsey! How else to you cater to Bar

Mitzvah boy and chasanim? Each Bar Mitzvah boy and chasan that enters the store gets treated like a king, and of course their family gets treated like the royal family. Simchos are a special time, but also a very busy and stressful time. We are honored to help these “kings” look and feel their best, within their budget, with the least stress possible. Our unparalleled customer service team ensures that each bachur or chasan leaves the store with full bags, but more importantly, full hearts. The specially designed lists for chassanim and Bar Mitzvah bachurim enable the parents to organize their minds and enjoy the experience. The parents almost feel like drinking another l’chaim when leaving the store. They can’t believe that one shopping trip took care of it all! It even takes care of shoe shopping! Imagine how convenient it is to have such a variety of shoes for every taste, style, and budget. Since we become like family, we want to gift the Bar Mitzvah boy, too! Each Bar Mitzvah boy leaves with a gorgeous genuine leather, initialed wallet. MV: That’s a very special gift! What’s your bestselling item? True to our name, our shirts are winners! As exclusive sellers of the top-brand shirts, we cater to the entire gamut of Monsey shoppers. With great prices, due to our large turnaround, we enable you to have top-quality and comfort within your budget. Our pants rank pretty close to our shirts! We have gorgeous weekday and Shabbos pants of prime quality and comfort. Try it once, be a fan forever.

But I think that their true bestseller is… their service! It truly is the start of a new era. Do you think we’ll be hearing any time soon, “Ma! Can we please spend our Sunday shopping?” Hey, you never know! With The Shirt Place around, it seems more probable than ever!


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STCH: A PERSONALIZED SHOPPING EXPERIENCE

Get your creative juices running as you gear up to shop at Stch — the recently opened boutique gift shop located in Town Square. In this store, each product is uniquely personalized for you, the customer. “We’ve given lots of thought to the concept of gift giving, and we wanted to make it extra special” says Mrs. Cohen, owner. Upon entering Stch, you will be greeted by their friendly staff, who are there to assist you in placing your order. “We like to make sure that no two gifts are the same!” says Breindy, one of Stch’s personalization specialists. By choosing your favorite thread color, font style and of course your own monogram, you will make your gift truly your own! In order to ensure a large selection of products, different methods of personalizations are used. Embroidery is the most common method, and is surprisingly complex to fulfill. If you visit the store and have some extra time, go to the back and take a peek at the workroom behind the open windows. “We left large windows open from the showroom to the workroom purposely — everyone wants to see the machines in action! The most common question asked is, “Can you actually walk away from the embroidery machine while it’s sewing?” An important point to be aware of with these gifts is that they take time to get made. People are shocked to hear that embroidering a name on a duffel bag takes an average of 20-30 minutes! Ordering a personalized gift takes time but is well worth the wait, so make sure you

come at least a few days in advance so your order will be ready on time! (During busy seasons, like before school and yom tov coming a few weeks in advance is highly recommended!) Besides gifts, Stch sells and personalizes many everyday products such as yarmulkes, backpacks, camp bags, and more. “Cute yarmulkes for cute boys” has become the standard, and Stch is proud to be one of the leading yarmulke providers in the U.S. In fact, Stch sells thousands of yarmulkes via their website (yarmulkesandbows.com) to customers all over the U.S.! With exclusive new designs released each season, the Yarmulke selection is practically endless! Stch strives to provide an experience that is painless and quick despite the extremely detailed nature of the orders being placed. All store orders are taken by Stch staff members on mobile devices throughout the store. Most products are available online as well, at yarmulkesandbows.com, and many customers choose to place their orders online and pick them up in store! “I want one of everything!” says R.E., a Stch customer, and in fact this is a sentiment repeated often by customers. And when they hear from their recipient how appreciated their gift was, they invariably come back the next time they need a gift. They’ve come to the realization that monogramming even a simple product turns it into something special! The next time you find yourself on Route 59, walk in and check out this enchanting store. It’s time to experience the difference that personalization makes.


Dear Monsey Community and Neighbors, I’m so excited, I feel like the proverbial kid in the candy store. You see, I was hired to be the new manager of Oh! Nuts, that corner store in the Town Square Shopping Mall (the cheerfully striped store). Oh! Nuts is, in many ways, a candy store. But it is so much more than that, and that is the reason for my excitement.

The cheerfully striped corner store in the Town square shopping mall

With 20 years of experience in the food industry, my job is about the responsibility to the community and the Smiles :) I can create and spread. When I took on the job at Oh! Nuts, I first did a tour of the company headquarters and saw their state of the art confectionery kitchens, high quality nut roasters, and all kind of gadgets and equipment that ensures your Oh! Nuts product comes perfectly done and perfectly fresh.

I am introduced to the Oh! Nuts Kosher Program, which insures tracking Delicious line of belgian chocolate covered pretzels and cookies being produced in our state-of-the-art kitchen of every ingredient before it makes it onto the purchasing list of the high quality products we source. This sophisticated digital tool makes us able to monitor the quality and kashrus of every single item we sell. Oh! Nuts also understands the unique needs for Heimishe Hechsherim, So we developed the

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Rabbi Eckstein Premium Kosher Line. With all this there was no doubt in my mind, that I could be a proud member of the Oh! Nuts family and invite you to join the thousands of Monsey Oh! Nuts neighbors. Yup, candy store it is. And nut shop. And baking ingredient shop. And party supply shop. The list goes on – the range of items we carry is staggering. You don’t want to plan a Simcha without stopping by to browse around here. Especially if you are color-coordinating your party. We specialize in having a huge array of color specific candy and supplies. Yomim Tovim, they’re on our mind, too. In fact, you know the honey for Rosh Hashana you’ll soon need? You know where it will be. Right here, shelves upon shelves, in different novelty bottles filled with honey from the Holy Land. We’re starting to stock it already.

The biggest kosher selection of candy by color

Don’t worry about getting your selections home. We now offer Hassle-Free Delivery – covering Monsey, New Square and Monroe. We ship nationwide, and even to Israel! Honey imported from Israel, and bottled in our

Stop by and say Shalom Alaichem. I’ll be warehouse. there in the striped corner store of the Town Square Shopping Mall, waiting amongst the goodies for you!

Until we meet in person, warmly,

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The PolkaDot ONE-STOP SHOP

Come on over to the new beautiful little village of Town Square, and amidst the faint summer breeze with the melody of birds chirping, you will find Polka Dot, a fashion forward boutique with an extensive array of children’s Shabbos and yom tov clothing. Come in and browse yom tov and weekday wear at fabulous prices. Carrying sizes 6 months to 16 years in a variety of styles, it’s the ideal place for that hard-to-fit child! Owner Dini Franklin is always available for direction, assistance, and great fashion advice. It’s easy to see how customers flock to her for her caring, individualized attention. With plenty of experienced hired help, you are bound to find exactly what you are looking for in a short time. Just let the expert staff assist as you sift through the racks of the stunning selection that suits every taste and budget. The decor is also fresh and modern with great lighting, and sleek shelving neatly arranged on the

chic piping-styled racks sure to find you relaxed as you shop. Aside from the magnificent boys’ suits, girls’ outfits, tops, pants, shirts, skirts, and jacket collections, PolkaDot also has beautiful stylish winter coats. With all the different options, you’re guaranteed to find amazing deals! Additionally PolkaDot has folded baby wear, leggings and pajamas throughout the store in neat cubicles. PolkaDot is one of the few stores that sell top-ofthe-line, current, brand-name children’s wear, as well as coordinating brother-sister designer clothing all at the lowest price range. For the busy shopper’s convenience, PolkaDot also carries adorable accessories, including headbands, suspenders, bow ties, neckties, and jewelry. With plenty of room for strollers, bring the whole family and come fill your bags. You name it; they got it! So for the upcoming Yom Tov season, Shabbos, or everyday, just come on over to PolkaDot; the onestop shop right here in the comfort of Town Square !

Polka Dot is also open for private shopping by appointment. Call 845-807-4501.


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Entering the spacious storefront of Bais Hasforim is like visiting an oasis of calm amidst a teeming, rushing hub of shoppers. Amble along our roomy aisles as you check out our newest arrivals and in-season merchandise aesthetically displayed at eye level for your convenience. Our fully-stocked, organized shelves ensure that you find everything on your list in no time. And, on the off-chance that you have a hard time locating an item, one of our accommodating staff members will be more than glad to help you find and choose the product most suited to your needs. Leave your fears of misbehaved children at home. Our children’s section is fully equipped to handle your bored youngsters so that they will allow you to shop in peace. Your little ones may sit on one of the pint-sized chairs and listen to an engaging children’s tape, or try out samples of many enticing toys and books. The dedicated staff in our expansive seforim department has worked tirelessly to obtain school-supply lists of all the local schools and chedarim so that


your back-toschool shopping trip will be a cinch. They stand ready to assist you in locating all of the sefarim that your children need for the start of the school year. Our staff members can help you find the type and size of each sefer that your school prefers, and if there is no preference specified, they will point out the differences of each brand so that you can conclude which item will best help your child succeed this coming school year. We have stocked up on a tremendous selection of siddurim and tehillims to please everyone; from the fresh kriahreaders to the picky teens, and we can stamp your child’s name onto the cover to ensure that it does not get lost. As the hectic time of erev yom tov is fast approaching, we want to prevent your shopping spree from turning into an ordeal. Our selection of machzorim and sefarim for the yamim tovim are displayed

so that you should be able to browse through them as you find the ones that appeal to you most. We’ve searched all over to provide you with a variety of honey dishes, ranging from traditional to unique, to grace your yom tov table. However, if you are planning to spend yom tov with family or friends, meander through our aisles of judaica gifts in order to find that special something that your hostess will treasure for years to come. Worried that you’ll have a long wait until you reach the cashier? Fear not. We have four registers so that even when things get hectic during the school and yom tov shopping season, you can be in and out in no time. As always, our staff is looking forward to giving you an amazing shopping experience at Bais Hasforim.


MONSEY ON THE ROAD: The Early LEASELAND Years

and How a Young Man’s Brainstorm, Courage, Ingenuity and Hard Work Made Our Lives Safer, Smarter, and Much More Affordable by Jeremiah Richter

The year was 1991. George H.W. Bush was president. The war was in Kuwait.

The Dow Jones was 3,168. The average American’s rent was $495/month. You could buy either a dozen eggs, or a gallon of gas for $1.10 but not in the same place. Scientists had invented, but barely introduced the “Car Phone”, and Detroit was fiddling with an idea called an “Air Bag.”

In those days, if you felt like having – or needed – a new car you did what everybody

else did; you checked out the new car ads for a few months, walked into a big, white showroom with huge, glass windows, kicked a few tires, made your choice, and then let a salesman and a couple of managers drain the red out of your cheeks and the green out of your savings account!

If, by the time you got home, your post-traumatic stress syndrome had

calmed a bit, you probably tried to figure out how you had agreed to fork over six or seven thousand dollars more than you had planned on spending. The answer by the way had to do with those glittery showrooms (they cost car dealerships $3,000,000 a pop) and those car ads Detroit and the dealerships ran (to the tune of a couple of billion


dollars a year) and the fact that since someone had to pay for all that overhead the car boys figured why not you.

The solution would turn out to be that young man – Joel Goldberg’s brainstorm:

LEASELAND.

You see, when Joel thought about those dealership assaults on our wallets, he realized there had to be a solution. And he hit on it; one as old as the hills, with a wrinkle. A volume discount for the individual consumer who only wanted one new car. But how could that be? Simple, LEASELAND, his pioneering car leasing company, would make bulk purchases from a dealership – say 100 cars a year – at very low overhead, and then pass the savings on to LEASELAND’s customers.

LEASELAND also brought us a high degree of safety. How? In the last 25 years, since LEASELAND’s fledgling days, innovative and improved automotive safety features have come out every few years. Anti-lock brakes, improved air bags, back-up sensors, absorbent bumpers, child safety seats, back-up cameras, computerized traffic warning alerts, adaptive cruise control, active park assists, 360 degree cameras, better headlights and taillights: your car can now monitor your tires’ pressure and your drowsiness level at the same time. And because LEASELAND enabled us to lease a new car every two or three years, instead of purchasing one every five or 10 years, our families have been a lot safer on the road for the past quarter century.

Twenty-five years later, Joel still speaks of those early years with a lot of pride and passion. And by the way, should you happen to be or have been a LEASELAND customer, you know he deserves to pat himself on the back for giving you a level of service you’d be very hard pressed to enjoy anywhere else.

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Travel time: 5 hours Whether you’re planning a getaway for bein hazmanim or for the week between day camp and school, the White Mountains in New Hampshire brings the wonderful mix of relaxation, adventure, fun, and serenity. There’s nothing like mountain air for recharging and spending quality family time together. The long travel is well worth the destination at the end! We present you with a selection of hand-picked attractions that give you a taste of everything, but if you wish to explore more of the White Mountain offerings, there is an endless amount of places to visit, hike, and bike in the area. There is minyan in Bethlehem and in Lincoln, so we based the attractions around there. All travel times are calculated according to the minyan locations in Lincoln and Bethlehem.

LAKE E E K U A S E IP N IN W

Travel time: 1 hour 14 minutes from Lincoln 1 ½ hour from Bethlehem 5 hours from Monsey

Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in New Hampshire, with seventy-two square miles of clear blue water set against a backdrop of majestic mountains. There are beautiful homes lining the banks and islands, and large boats cruising by. This is a boaters’ paradise, with several boat rentals in the area, as well as a lovely retreat for anyone who want to enjoy the numerous quiet coves or the wide open areas with breathtaking views. This is a worthwhile detour to take on the way to or from New Hampshire, as it is south of the White Mountains.

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E G R O G R E V I R T S LO S E V A C R E D L U O B D N A 1712 Lost River Road, Route 112W North Woodstock, New Hampshire 03262 603-745-8031

Travel time: 13 minutes from Lincoln 31 minutes from Bethlehem

This adventure, which combines the beauty and mysteries of nature with the excitement of discovery, is a must-visit attraction! A ž-mile boardwalk is your path through the gorge. Your journey can be as easy or as ambitious as you choose: You may remain on the boardwalk, or accept the challenge of exploring the boulder caves. There are all kinds of mysterious and adventurous caves to go through, and some even to squeeze through, like the all popular Lemon Squeezer cave.

Ages 12+: $19.00 Ages 4-12: $15.00 Ages 3, 2 & 1: FREE

Summer Hours: 9:00am-6:00pm, until 5:00pm in September

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E M U L F GORGE

Travel time: 2 minutes from Lincoln 18 minutes from Bethlehem

852 Daniel Webster Highway Lincoln, NH 03251 603-745-8391

Adults $16 Age 6-11 $13 Under 5 free

June 18-September 4: 8:30am-5:00pm

Flume Gorge offers two miles of trails for a self-guided spectacular walk through a natural chasm, over covered bridges, and past waterfalls. There is so much beauty — gurgling water, beautiful trees, and mountainous views — to behold in this scenic wonderland. It takes about two hours to hike the entire trail, but it’s not too difficult even for younger children, especially as they get their action in the caves which they can crawl through and explore. For additional fun and to turn this into a learning experience, print out the scavenger hunt from their website, which encourages children to spot things like flowers, birds, moss, spider webs, unicorns, fern, and mushrooms on the way. Or make your own scavenger hunt.

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H S A T I ATT T R O S E R N I A MOUNT

Travel time: 50 minutes from Lincoln 40 minutes from Bethlehem

775 Route 302 Bartlett, NH 03812 800-223-7669

Tickets can be purchased on a per-ride basis (between $5 and $15 a ride), or a band can be purchased for a half or full day, which includes unlimited access to the on-mountain attractions. 48”+: Full day (10-6) $49, half day (3-6) $35 Under 48”: Full day (10-6) $25, half day (3-6) $25 Ziptour, horseback riding, and mountain bike rental and access tickets are sold separately. Guided pony ride is $20. Hours: June 18-September 5 All On-Mountain Attractions Open Daily 10:00am–6:00 pm Horseback and Pony Rides 9:00 am–4:00 pm (last ride out at 4)

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This mountain adventure park features a mix of thrilling and peaceful activities to please the entire family and every temperament. Mountain coasters and alpine slides (one of the longest in the U.S.!) are from the most popular attractions. There’s nothing quite like coasting down with the clear mountain breeze rushing by you. But the fun doesn’t end there. They offer climbing walls, trampolines, and an exciting airbag jump, as well as a scenic chairlift ride — for those who want to enjoy the mountain beauty in peace. And when you get too hot, zoom down the water slide. There are zipline tours, and mountain bike rentals to round out the experience. There’s horseback riding for adults, and handled pony rides for children under 8.


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1 Mount Washington Auto Road/Route 16 Pinkham Notch, Gorham 03581 603-466-3988

Travel time: 1 hour from Lincoln 50 minutes from Bethlehem

Drive-Yourself Rates Car and driver $29 Adult passenger $9 Ages 5-12 $7 Under 5 free Mount Washington Observatory Ages 7+ $5 Under 6 free 2-hour Guided Tour Adult $36 Senior $31 Ages 5-12 $16 Under 5 free

Due to its remarkable location, weather, and history, a drive on the highest peak in the Northeast is a spectacular experience. At 6,288 feet, you’ll be treated to panoramic views on the summit, spanning distant mountains and valleys. The constantly changing weather at the peak adds to the mystique, often allowing visitors to experience high winds and dramatic cloud formations. The temperature on the summit can be very low, and it’s windy, so bring along warm gear. The road is 7.6 miles long. If you are not comfortable with navigating heights or narrow mountain roads without guardrails, there are guided tours available for the whole family to enjoy the breathtaking views from the comfort of the passenger area of a van. There are different guided tours available. The most basic is a 2-hour tour, featuring 30 minutes to and from the summit with a tour guide and 60 minutes on the summit, which includes complimentary access to Mount Washington Observatory.

N O T G N I H S A W T N U MO D A O R L I A R G CO 3168 Base Station Road Marshfield Station, NH 603-278-5404 For the summer, there’s a train leaving every half hour from 9:00 until 3:30 pm, and Sundays until 4:30

Ages 13-64 $69-75 Ages 4-12 $39

Travel time: 37 minutes from Lincoln 29 minutes from Bethlehem

You can also choose to ride to the top of Mount Washington on the world’s first mountain-climbing railway. But this is not for the faint of heart! Aboard an authentic coalfired steam train (if you take the first train in the morning), or on a biodiesel locomotive, you’ll climb the Northeast’s highest peak on what feels like rickety tracks, and you’ll hear the background music of the creaking of a steam train. But for those who brave it, it’s an adventurous and breathtaking experience!

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850 NH Route 16 Glen, NH 03838 603-383-4186

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Travel time: 57 minutes from Lincoln 47 minutes from Bethlehem

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Ages 3+ $32.99 Ages 1&2 free Save three dollars if you reserve 7 days in advance

Until August 28 9:30am-6pm August 29-September 5 9:30am-5:00pm

Here’s one for the kids! Children love the rides and nursery rhyme impersonations in this well-maintained 35-acre amusement park with interactive activities and loads of fun! There are accommodations for mothers of young children and places to sit in the shade throughout the park. Most of the rides are geared for children 8 and under, but there are also two more serious rides for older children. The dressed up characters milling around the park add to the excitement of this all-day adventure!

E O N A C SACO Y N A P M O C L A RENT 558 White Mtn Highway Conway, NH 03818 603-447-4275

Travel time: 54 minutes from Lincoln 1 hour from Bethlehem

Enjoy a relaxing day canoeing, kayaking, or floating down the serene Saco River on a tube. The river is perfect for first-time kayakers. The average depth is 3 feet.

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N I A T N U O M LOON RESORT

Travel time: 25 minutes from Bethlehem 10 minutes from Lincoln

60 Loon Mountain Rd Lincoln, NH 03251 603-745-8111 Adventure pass: includes zipline, a 2-hour bike rental, and unlimited access to the skyride, glacial caves and summit adventures, maze, trampoline, climbing wall, spider web and Bouncin’ Backyard: Ages 6-12 $34 Ages 13+ $44 Tickets for Zipline and Aerial Adventure can be purchased separately. There’s a pay-per-ride option. Each ride is between $6 and $17. Bikes can be rented separately, starting at $20 for a junior and $23 for an adult. Until August 28 10:00am-6:00pm After August 29 10:00am-5:00pm

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On Loon Mountain, you’ll find New Hampshire’s longest scenic gondola skyride which will take you to the 2,733-foot summit of Loon Peak, where you can enjoy the refreshing summer breezes and stunning views of the White Mountains. On the summit, climb the observation tower for an even better view, stroll along a short nature trail, or explore the glacial caves on the summit. Loon Mountain Resort also features bicycle rentals, a bungee trampoline, a climbing wall, mazes, spider web inflatable rides, an aerial adventure park, and a zipline.


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S ' K R A CL T S O P G N I D A TR isit Must-v s! id k for Ages 4-64 $22 Seniors $20 Ages 1-3 free

110 Daniel Webster Highway Lincoln, NH 03251 603-745-8913

Summer hours: 9:30am-5:00/5:30 pm

N I A T N U O M N O CANN Y A W M A R T L AERIA

Travel time: 23 minutes from Bethlehem 3 minutes from Lincoln

Clark’s is another thrilling children’s destination. After all, kids don’t get to see a bear show every day! In addition to the bear performance, there’s a train ride, climbing tower, and segways. Cool down in the blaster boat pond or with a high-speed raft ride down a dark slide. There are also tours, such as the guided tour where weird things happen, like balls rolling upwards. There’s a lot more to explore and to see, and children love this interactive attraction.

260 Tramway Dr Franconia, NH 03580 603-823-8800

Travel time: 9 minutes from Lincoln 15 minutes from Bethlehem

This 80-passenger tramway whisks you above the timberline to the 4,200foot summit for outstanding views of the White Mountains and into Maine, Vermont, and even Canada. Take time to enjoy walking paths and the breathtaking views from the 360-degree observation deck on the summit. You can also rent a bike or a boat on the base of Cannon Mountain.

Ages 13+ round-trip ride: $17 Children ages 6-12 round-trip ride: $14 Children ages 5 & under: Free with adult

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Summer hours: 8:30am-5:30pm


Carriages Great for Travel

Cameleon 3 Elements Special Edition available in September

Furniture

Sale on kid's beds & guest room beds

40 Jeerson Avenue, New Square, NY 10977

845.354.2020

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Sun - Thu: 10:30-6:30, Wed Eve 8:30-10, Fri 10:30 - 1


T R O S E R N O T G N I H S A W T R E T OMNI MOUN N E C E R U T N E DV A S D O O W N O T T E AND BR

OMNI MOUNT WASHINGTON RESORT 310 Mt. Washington Hotel Road Bretton Woods, NH 03575 603-278-1000

Omni Mount Washington is a historical luxury Renaissance Era architecture resort with a variety of thrilling attractions on site. Even if one will be lodging elsewhere, it’s worth a visit to tour this gorgeous hotel and the grounds. Presidents and celebrities have lodged with them. In lieu of summer activities, the resort boasts a gorgeous golf course, hiking, and a stable on premises that offers horseback riding. At Bretton Woods Adventure right nearby, you’ll fill all your adventure needs with their chairlifts, ziplines, rock wall climbing, mountain biking, go karts, river tubing, and ranger mountain tours.

BRETTON WOODS ADVENTURE CENTER 99 Ski Area Road Bretton Woods, NH 03575 603-278-3335

Travel time: 29 minutes from Lincoln 20 minutes from Bethlehem

Summer Hours: Bretton Woods Adventure Center: 9:00am-5:00 pm River Tubing 10:00, last boat out at 3:00 Stable: Reservations are required with Omni Resort

Summer day pass for Bretton Woods Adventure: $59 over 4’ tall, $29 under 4’ tall Adventure playground: $10 all day Racing ziplines: $15 one ride, $25 for 2, $30 for 3 Tubing: $20/2 hours Go karts: $25 for 15 minutes; passengers ride free Climbing wall: $15 for 10 minutes Scenic lifts: free (1 ride per person per day) Ranger mountain tours: 18+ $38, 13–17: $33, 12 and under: $15 Pony ride: $18 per child Discounts available for resort guests.

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MINYANIM LINCOLN CHABAD OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Inside Days Inn Lincoln 556 US-3 Lincoln, NH, 03251

After Tisha B’Av Schedule:

BETHLEHEM CONGREGATION MACHZIKEI HADAAS 31 Lewis Hill Rd., Bethlehem, NH 03574 USA 603-869-3336

Shacharis (weekdays): 7:00 AM, 8:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:00 AM

Right next to Arlington Hotel

Mincha (followed by Ma’ariv on weekdays): At candle lighting time for the next Shabbos

Minyan 3 times a day

Mincha / Kabbalas Shabbos: 7:00pm, so people can walk home before it gets dark. There may also be a minyan at candle lighting based on attendance. Shabbos Shachris: 9:00am. After Tisha B’Av there are usually additional minyanim at 8:00am and 10:00am, based on attendance. Shabbos Mincha: At candle lighting time. Motzei Shabbat: First Ma’ariv is at candle lighting + 65 minutes. Second Ma’ariv is at Candle lighting + 90 minutes • To cover the rental cost, each family using the minyan is required to pay $25. • Bring your own siddur/seforim if possible. If you are not staying within walking distance of the minyan, you can request a Sefer Torah to host a “house minyan” for Shabbos. Please call Rabbi Levi Krinsky (603-647-0204) to make arrangements at least two weeks in advance.

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Mikvah on premises


LODGING LINCOLN

DAYS INN LINCOLN

WOODWARDS RESORT

INDIAN HEAD RESORT

Minyan on premises. Separate indoor pool hours for men and women in August. (You can arrange to purchase a pool key even if you’re not a guest.)

1-minute walk to minyan

11-minute walk to minyan

557 US-3, Lincoln, NH 03251, 603-745-8118

527 US-3, Lincoln, NH 03251 woodwardsresort.com, 603-745-8141

OMNI MOUNT WASHINGTON RESORT

LOON RESERVATION SERVICE

310 Mount Washington Hotel Rd. Bretton Woods, NH 03575, 800-843-6664

looncondoconnection.com, 800-745-5666

Luxurious hotel with Renaissance Era architecture featuring elegant rooms and suites decorated in refined New England style, set upon a huge property with many amenities and attractions on site. This hotel is out of the area where the Yidden lodge in the summer, and at least a 20-minute drive to minyan.

Loon Reservation is a vacation rental broker that will arrange condominium, townhouses, resorts, or private home rentals for your stay in the White Mountains. They are connected with twelve resort locations all within three miles of Loon Mountain.

BETHLEHEM

KOSHER FOOD The Arlington Hotel 30 Arlington Street Bethlehem, NH 03574 603-869-7777

ARLINGTON HOTEL

HEARTHSIDE VILLAGE COTTAGE MOTEL

Right near minyan. Brand-new luxurious hotel with kosher cuisine. See their ad in The Monsey View.

20 minutes from minyan. Quaint cottages with fridges and options of kitchenettes and fireplaces. (The bathrooms have showers only.) The landscaped grounds have barbecue grills and picnic tables. The game room has a ping-pong table, and there’s an outdoor children’s play area. Parking space is available for each cottage. Outdoor pool has separate hours for men and women.

30 Arlington Street, Bethlehem, NH 03574 603-869-7777

664 US-3, Lincoln, NH 03251 800-343-8000

1267 Main Street, Bethlehem, NH 03574 603-444-1000

Credits: Some of the information is from lincolnnhminyan.com

Price Chopper has a full array of kosher items for the summer months, including Chalav Yisroel cheeses and cream cheese, babaganoush, matbucha, hummus, frozen pizza, rugelach, assorted snacks etc. 10 Paper Mill Dr, Lincoln, NH 03251 603-745-3969 T H E M O N SE Y VIE W /

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National

ELECTION NEWS

By Ruchel Lebovits

POLLS

B AT T L E G R O U N D S TAT E S RCP POLL AVERAGES NATIONAL

FLORIDA

IOWA

CLINTON 46.5

CLINTON 44.5

TRUMP 41.0

TRUMP 40.8

TRUMP 41.0

CLINTON 40.0

CLINTON +5.7

CLINTON +3.5

TRUMP +1.0

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NORTH CAROLINA

VIRGINIA

CLINTON 45.0

TRUMP 48.0

CLINTON 46.0

TRUMP 36.0

CLINTON 39.0

TRUMP 33.0

CLINTON +9.0

TRUMP +9.0

CLINTON +13.0

RCP ELECTORAL MAP CLINTON/KAINE 256

TRUMP/PENCE 154

TRUMP AND THE MEDIA

TOSS UPS

Over the last few weeks, Trump has continuously been in the news, but for the most part, the reports were not about the messages his campaign is trying to get out there — that Hillary Clinton is not trustworthy and is part of the failing Obama administration, and that he will be a hardliner against terrorists etc. Instead, as we discussed last week, he was feuding with a military family, with his own party, and in the latest of gaffes, he was accused of advocating violence against Hillary Clinton. In a speech in Wilmington, North Carolina, he said that Hillary Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment, which is the right to bear arms. He went on to say, “If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do folks — although, the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don’t know.” The media, of course, reacted with outrage. His response to it all? Attack the media. It is a well-known that by and large, the mainstream media is, in fact, supportive of the Democratic Party. But how much of the coverage has been legitimately unfair and how much of it has been deserved? Trump has been an easy target, constantly providing fodder for a media that is looking for ratings. He has on more than one occasion said that “all media is good media,” and in the primary season, this seemed to have worked for him. He

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has probably gotten more free coverage than any candidate in history. But as the elections get closer, and the voters are looking at their choices more seriously, it seems like Trump can no longer afford just any coverage. His poll numbers have continuously dropped, particularly in swing states which he will have to carry to ensure a win. His campaign has attempted to shift the message, by having him give a foreign policy speech, mainly focused on his plans to fight ISIS. But it is doubtful that a speech here and there will turn the campaign around. What they will have to do is keep the focus on their message and not allow their candidate to sabotage his own campaign.

HILLARY CLINTON’S TAX RETURNS Over the weekend, Hillary Clinton and her running mate Tim Kaine released their 2015 tax returns. This was done mostly to highlight the fact that Donald Trump has refused to release his tax returns, the first candidate since Richard Nixon to do so. But some of information on the tax return might prove to be a problem for her. For starters, the Clinton’s income in 2015 was roughly 10.6 million, putting them in the top 0.1% of earners in the United States. For a candidate who purports to represent the little guy, and one that has tried painting her opponent as rich and out of touch, the numbers do not add up. In addition, most of this income came from speeches that both Bill and Hillary have given, in some cases to organizations that critics have claimed will be a conflict of interest in a Clinton Administration. During the primary season, Bernie Sanders had continuously focused on these speeches to paint Clinton as a Wall Street insider. And much of the charity they gave was to their family foundation, which means that the charities that benefited from these donations will not be disclosed. But her argument remains; she has been transparent with the American people, while Trump has continued to be evasive.


Driving in Monsey By Itta Shayowitz Those of us who thought we would be escaping the traffic conditions of Thirteenth Avenue by moving to Monsey may have to reconsider. Okay, seriously, it’s not that bad. But traffic has certainly become a topic of conversation for Monsey folk in the recent past. There’s no denying that sitting in traffic has become an integral part of Monsey living. Unless you have figured out a way to avoid the 59, the 306, and Main Street, it will also become a part of your life. Oh, and the corner of 59 and Saddle River? That one even made it into the Monsey Monopoly game. On the other hand, I’ve discovered that sitting in traffic is not altogether a bad thing. In fact, you can get a lot done while waiting for the car in front of you to move up another inch. For example, you can write an article about the traffic! In addition, waiting for the light to turn green is a great opportunity to catch up with friends. I don’t mean on the phone, chas v’shalom (unless you’re using a hands-free device, in which case you’re good). I mean the long-lost friend who you spot in the car just across the lane from you. Or the neigh-

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bor you never really had anything to do with before. But now that you’re both stuck in traffic together, you share a common bond (and a common enemy). So this would be a really good time to roll down the window and start a conversation. You can really get to know each other. And hopefully, the people in the vehicles surrounding you will pretend that they don’t hear you. One amazing thing I noticed about Monsey driving, by the way, is that there’s a lot less honking than in the big city. That’s really nice and very much appreciated by this former city girl. But I’d also like to know, -- is there a proper protocol for alerting drivers when you see a deer on the road? Personally, I like

to flash my blinkers at the person driving towards me in the opposite lane to warn them. But I’m pretty sure I made that one up. Now when my husband drives, I have designated myself as the official deer-watcher-outer (not an actual word, everybody) in the family. Usually, I’ll spot one right away and I’ll start shouting, “A deer! A deer!” About a mile or so later, (he drives pretty fast) he’ll say, “Where? I don’t see it!” This happens every time! So one day, I was picking up Menachem from Yeshiva and on the way home, we got into a little fender bender. Needless to say, I was pretty shaken up. But when I turned to the back seat, Menachem was actually rather enjoying himself. “Yay! The car went bumpity bump!” And the baby woke from her nap and looked around with a curi-


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ous expression, probably trying to figure out who dared to disturb her slumber. As I waited in the hot sun for the police to arrive at the scene, I was amazed at how many cars stopped to offer their assistance. To some of these people I was a perfect stranger. Others were family friends and neighbors. It was a huge relief when one woman turned out to be a mother of Menachem’s classmate, and she offered to take him and the baby home with her while I waited. At that moment, even though I was stressed out, I came to realize just how lucky I am to have joined a community so rich in chesed. Another neighbor offered to go to my house and wait for the bus to drop off my daughter, after which she brought her in to play. And then, a woman who

What I didn’t tell him is that she wasn’t even a friend. I had met her only a handful of times occasionally at PTA and at school pick-up. She was just a Jewish mother who understood. lived on the street of the accident came out with tall glasses of ice cold water for me and the other driver involved in the accident. How amazingly thoughtful! I waited over an hour for a policeman to arrive, but when he finally came and inspected my vehicle, he asked me, “Was anyone else in the car with you at the time of the accident?” “Well yes,” I answered. “My son and my baby. But a kind friend stopped on her way home and picked them up.” He looked at me in surprise. “Really?”

I was a bit worried. “Why? Is that a problem, officer?” “Not at all. It’s just unusual. Looks like you have a very nice friend.” What I didn’t tell him is that she wasn’t even a friend. I had met her only a handful of times occasionally at PTA and at school pick-up. She was just a Jewish mother who understood. As the police walked away, his words sank in. He was right, of course. I have stumbled upon a truly unusual community. Unusually warm and caring, that is.

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‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינען‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫אפסטעיט‬ ‫ערשטע‬ ‫די‬ ‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינען‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינען‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫אפסטעיט‬ ‫ערשטע‬ ‫די‬ ‫עקב‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫קרית‪-‬יואל‪,‬‬ ‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינען‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫עקב‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫קרית‪-‬יואל‪,‬‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫אפסטעיט‬ ‫ערשטע‬ ‫די‬ ‫עקב‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫קרית‪-‬יואל‪,‬‬ ‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינען‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫עקב‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫קרית‪-‬יואל‪,‬‬ ‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫מאנסי‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינען‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫רופט‪:‬‬ ‫אדווערטייזן‬ ‫צו‬ ‫צו‪:‬‬ ‫אימעיל‬ ‫אן‬ ‫שיקט‬ ‫אימעיל‪,‬‬ ‫דורך‬ ‫עקב‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫קרית‪-‬יואל‪,‬‬ ‫צו אדווערטייזן רופט‪:‬‬ ‫באקומען דורך אימעיל‪ ,‬שיקט אן אימעיל צו‪:‬‬ ‫צו באקומען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫‪718‬‬ ‫‪490‬‬ ‫‪9948‬‬ ‫‪FollowUpstateDirosListing@gmail.com‬‬ ‫רופט‪:‬‬ ‫אדווערטייזן‬ ‫צו‬ ‫צו‪:‬‬ ‫אימעיל‬ ‫אן‬ ‫שיקט‬ ‫אימעיל‪,‬‬ ‫דורך‬ ‫באקומען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫עקב‬ ‫פרשת‬ ‫דינסטאג‬ ‫קרית‪-‬יואל‪,‬‬ ‫‪718‬‬ ‫‪490‬‬ ‫‪9948‬‬ ‫‪FollowUpstateDirosListing@gmail.com‬‬ ‫‪718‬‬ ‫‪490‬‬ ‫‪9948‬‬ ‫‪FollowUpstateDirosListing@gmail.com‬‬ ‫רופט‪:‬‬ ‫צו‪:‬‬ ‫אדווערטייזן רופט‪:‬‬ ‫צו אדווערטייזן‬ ‫צו‬ ‫אימעיל צו‪:‬‬ ‫אן אימעיל‬ ‫שיקט אן‬ ‫אימעיל‪ ,‬שיקט‬ ‫דורך אימעיל‪,‬‬ ‫באקומען דורך‬ ‫צו באקומען‬ ‫צו‬

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‫‪SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICES‬‬ ‫בארא‬ ‫אין ‪S P‬‬ ‫און‪E C‬‬ ‫אין ‪A L I N‬‬ ‫חדשים‪T R‬‬ ‫לעצטערע‪O D‬‬ ‫אין‪O‬דידידי ‪U C T‬‬ ‫ערשיינט ‪R‬‬ ‫ליסטינג‪Y P R‬‬ ‫דירות‪I C E‬‬ ‫‪S‬‬ ‫בארא‬ ‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג‬ ‫אין‬ ‫חדשים‬ ‫לעצטערע‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינט‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫בארא‬ ‫אין‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג‪I‬און‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג‬ ‫אין‬ ‫חדשים‬ ‫לעצטערע‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינט‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫בארא‬ ‫אין‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג‪I‬און‬ ‫אין‬ ‫חדשים‬ ‫לעצטערע‬ ‫‪O‬די‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינט‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫אלע‬ ‫און‬ ‫וועירהאויזעס‪,‬‬ ‫אפיסעס‪,‬‬ ‫דירות‪,‬‬ ‫פרישע‬ ‫מיט‬ ‫אפדעיטעד‬ ‫וועכנטליך‬ ‫פארק‪,‬‬ ‫‪S‬‬ ‫‪P‬‬ ‫‪E‬‬ ‫‪C‬‬ ‫‪A‬‬ ‫‪L‬‬ ‫‪I‬‬ ‫‪N‬‬ ‫‪T‬‬ ‫‪R‬‬ ‫‪O‬‬ ‫‪D‬‬ ‫‪U‬‬ ‫‪C‬‬ ‫‪T‬‬ ‫‪R‬‬ ‫‪Y‬‬ ‫‪P‬‬ ‫‪R‬‬ ‫‪I‬‬ ‫‪C‬‬ ‫‪E‬‬ ‫‪S‬‬ ‫אלע‬ ‫און‬ ‫וועירהאויזעס‪,‬‬ ‫אפיסעס‪,‬‬ ‫דירות‪,‬‬ ‫פרישע‬ ‫מיט‬ ‫אפדעיטעד‬ ‫וועכנטליך‬ ‫פארק‪,‬‬ ‫אלע‬ ‫און‬ ‫וועירהאויזעס‪,‬‬ ‫אפיסעס‪,‬‬ ‫דירות‪,‬‬ ‫פרישע‬ ‫מיט‬ ‫אפדעיטעד‬ ‫וועכנטליך‬ ‫פארק‪,‬‬ ‫דירות ליסטינג ערשיינט אין די לעצטערע חדשים אין וויליאמסבורג און אין בארא‬

‫בארא‬ ‫וועירהאויזעס‪,‬אין‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג און‬ ‫חדשים אין‬ ‫לעצטערע‬ ‫ערשיינט אין‬ ‫פארק‪ ,‬ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫און אלע‬ ‫אפיסעס‪,‬‬ ‫דירות‪,‬‬ ‫עסטעיטדימיט פרישע‬ ‫אפדעיטעד‬ ‫וועכנטליך‬ ‫קויפן‪.‬‬ ‫צו‬ ‫און‬ ‫דינגען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫אנגעלעגנהייטן‪,‬‬ ‫ריעל‬ ‫קויפן‪.‬‬ ‫צו‬ ‫און‬ ‫דינגען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫אנגעלעגנהייטן‪,‬‬ ‫עסטעיט‬ ‫ריעל‬ ‫אפיסעס‪ ,‬צו קויפן‪.‬‬ ‫דינגען און‬ ‫אנגעלעגנהייטן‪ ,‬צו‬ ‫ריעל‬ ‫אוןבארא‬ ‫וועירהאויזעס‪,‬אין‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג און‬ ‫חדשים אין‬ ‫לעצטערע‬ ‫עסטעיטדי‬ ‫ערשיינט אין‬ ‫פארק‪ ,‬ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫אלע‬ ‫דירות‪,‬‬ ‫פרישע‬ ‫מיט‬ ‫אפדעיטעד‬ ‫וועכנטליך‬ ‫קויפן‪.‬‬ ‫צו‬ ‫און‬ ‫דינגען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫אנגעלעגנהייטן‪,‬‬ ‫עסטעיט‬ ‫ריעל‬ ‫אין‬ ‫געגנטער‬ ‫די‬ ‫דינען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫ערמעגליכט‬ ‫ווערן‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫טעג‬ ‫קומענדיגע‬ ‫די‬ ‫אין‬ ‫אין‬ ‫געגנטער‬ ‫די‬ ‫דינען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫ערמעגליכט‬ ‫ווערן‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫טעג‬ ‫קומענדיגע‬ ‫די‬ ‫אין‬ ‫אין‬ ‫געגנטער‬ ‫די‬ ‫דינען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫ערמעגליכט‬ ‫ווערן‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫טעג‬ ‫קומענדיגע‬ ‫די‬ ‫אין‬ ‫אלע‬ ‫און‬ ‫וועירהאויזעס‪,‬‬ ‫אפיסעס‪,‬‬ ‫דירות‪,‬‬ ‫עסטעיטדימיט פרישע‬ ‫אפדעיטעד‬ ‫וועכנטליך‬ ‫פארק‪,‬‬ ‫בארא‬ ‫אין‬ ‫און‬ ‫וויליאמסבורג‬ ‫אין‬ ‫חדשים‬ ‫לעצטערע‬ ‫אין‬ ‫ערשיינט‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫קויפן‪.‬‬ ‫צו‬ ‫און‬ ‫דינגען‬ ‫צו‬ ‫אנגעלעגנהייטן‪,‬‬ ‫ריעל‬ ‫ערמעגליכט צו דינען די געגנטער אין‬ ‫ווערן‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫וועט‬ ‫טעג‬ ‫קומענדיגע‬ ‫די‬ ‫אין‬ ‫אפסטעיט‪.‬‬ ‫און‬ ‫יואל‬ ‫קרית‬ ‫מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫אפסטעיט‪.‬‬ ‫און‬ ‫יואל‬ ‫קרית‬ ‫מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫אפסטעיט‪.‬‬ ‫און‬ ‫יואל‬ ‫קרית‬ ‫מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫ערמעגליכטצו‬ ‫דירות‪,‬דינגען און‬ ‫אנגעלעגנהייטן‪ ,‬צו‬ ‫עסטעיט‬ ‫ריעל‬ ‫געגנטעראלע‬ ‫וועירהאויזעס‪ ,‬און‬ ‫אפיסעס‪,‬‬ ‫פרישע‬ ‫מיט‬ ‫אפדעיטעד‬ ‫וועכנטליך‬ ‫אין‬ ‫קויפן‪ .‬די‬ ‫צו דינען‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫דירות‬ ‫טעג וועט‬ ‫פארק‪,‬קומענדיגע‬ ‫אין די‬ ‫ווערן אפסטעיט‪.‬‬ ‫יואל און‬ ‫קרית‬ ‫מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫קויפן‪ .‬די געגנטער אין‬ ‫צו דינען‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫טעג וועט‬ ‫ערמעגליכטצו‬ ‫און‬ ‫ווערןצו דינגען‬ ‫אנגעלעגנהייטן‪,‬‬ ‫עסטעיט‬ ‫אין די קומענדיגעריעל‬ ‫אפסטעיט‪.‬‬ ‫און‬ ‫יואל‬ ‫דירותקרית‬ ‫מאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫‪Contact‬‬ ‫‪Us:‬‬ ‫‪diroslisting@gmail.com‬‬ ‫‪Us: diroslisting@gmail.com‬‬ ‫אפסטעיט‪.‬‬ ‫יואל און‬ ‫דירותקרית‬ ‫אין די קומענדיגע טעג וועטמאנסי‪,‬‬ ‫‪Contact‬די געגנטער אין‬ ‫ערמעגליכט צו דינען‬ ‫ווערן‬ ‫ליסטינג‬ ‫‪Contact Us: diroslisting@gmail.com‬‬ ‫מאנסי‪ ,‬קרית יואל און‬ ‫‪Contact‬‬ ‫‪Us:‬‬ ‫אפסטעיט‪Contact.‬‬ ‫‪Us: diroslisting@gmail.com‬‬ ‫‪diroslisting@gmail.com‬‬

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By: Nissi Unger

MASSIVE MOUNTAIN FACTS They exist on every continent and even under the sea!

Summit means the peak.

1/10 of the world lives on Mountains and 20% of the earth is covered with mountains.

The study of mountains: orology

Mountain vs. hill — who decides? Most geologists classify a mountain as a landform that rises at least 1,000 feet (300 meters) or more above its surrounding area.

Mount Washington: 6,288 feet high

It is the 18th highest point in the U.S.

It’s the most prominent mountain east of the Mississippi.

It is the highest mountain of the White Mountain Range.

200 people have died trying to climb Everest.

Because of tectonic plate movement, Everest grows about 4mm a year

A PEEK INTO THE SWITZERLAND OF AMERICA New Hampshire, famous for its White Mountain Range. Has been nicknamed “The White Mountain State” or the “Switzerland of America.”

Home of the Worst Weather is an apt nickname for Mount Washington. It has the worst and most studied weather in the world.

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Most of the world’s rivers start in mountains.

The most climbed mountain in the world is Mount Fuji (Japan) at 12,400 feet. About 200,000 people climb it each year.

Mount Everest is the world’s highest mountain at 29,035 feet. (Don’t let anyone tell you it’s Mauna Kea in Hawaii, because although it is taller, it is underwater and not considered to be the tallest. It is 33,474 feet from top to bottom).

The summit of Everest is only slightly lower than the height a jet airliner flies at.

A mountain range is a series or chain of mountains that are close together.

The average annual temperature on Mount Washington’s summit is 26.5°F. Temperatures are extreme, ranging from -47°F to 72°F.

35.3 miles per hour — average wind speed, but hurricaneforce winds over 75 mph occur 110 days each year!

Snowfall, which can occur every month of the year, averages 21.2 feet (645 centimeters). It has even snowed in August.


MOUNTAINOUS MEANING

TYPES OF MOUNTAINS

• I have a mountain to climb: I am facing a very difficult task • Make a mountain out of a molehill: to make a big deal out of a minor issue • Move mountains: achieve seemingly impossible feats

Fold mountains: formed when Earth’s plates run into each other, forcing the earth’s crust to crumple and fold, like the Himalayas and Andes.

A Nepalese couple got married on Mount Everest in 2004.

Fault-block: form where cracks in Earth’s crust force some rocks up and others down like the Sierra Nevada in California.

Second highest mountain above sea level, after Everest, is K2, at 28,251ft.

K2 is in the Karakoram Range, hence the initial “K.” To climbers it is the “savage mountain”: one in four who attempt to get to the summit die, and it is unconquered in winter.

MOUNTAINS OFTEN HELP DEFINE NATURAL BORDERS OF COUNTRIES. THE RUGGED LANDSCAPES OFTEN PROVIDE REFUGE — AND PROTECTION — FOR FLEEING AND INVADING ARMIES.

The oldest U.S. maintained foot trail and most popular in the White Mountains is 8.2 miles. It runs along the Presidential Range from Crawford Notch to Mount Washington’s summit.

The mountain was named for General George Washington before he became President. 0 people have been struck by lightning on the mountain.

Volcanic: formed when volcanoes erupt and molten rock piles up on itself.

Dome Mountains: formed when magma pushes the crust up but hardens before erupting onto the surface. Wind and rain pummel the domes, sculpting peaks and valley, like the Adirondack Mountains of New York.

Plateau mountains: formed as Earth’s crust collides and push up the land without folding or faulting. They are also shaped by weathering and erosion.

It’s only 6,800 ft. Relatively, it’s just a “hill.” However, because of its extreme weather it has claimed over 137 lives between 1849-2010.

New Hampshire quarter and license plate commemorate The Old Man of the Mountain, a formation of ledges in the White Mountains. In profile, the ledges looked exactly like a man. First record of the Old Man was in 1805. He collapsed in May of 2003.

Two hotels were built atop Mount Washington in the mid-1800s. The Summit House and the Tip Top House. Today the 60acre Mount Washington State Park covers the summit. There is a visitor center, cafeteria, museum, and the Mount Washington Observatory for weather observations.

T H E M O N SE Y VIE W /

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EVERYTHING NEEDS MAZEL The 15th of Av — a true Yom Tov in Nikolsburg! So sang the headlines describing the chasunah which took place in 5776/2010 in the Shul of Nikolsburg on 6 Milton Place in Monsey. I read on. “Throngs of people flocked to the Grand Nikolsburg Shul… where the kabbalas panim took place.” I read the joyous description of the thousands who joined their Rebbe as he married off his son, and I was carried back to years gone by… In the early 1950s, my parents set their eyes on Monsey, a new upand-coming Torah community in what was then an obscure hamlet in Rockland County. We were one of the very few frum families who lived at that time in Fanley Woods/ Ellish Parkway, the area bordering Spring Valley and Monsey. Our home at 6 Milton Place, which cost all of $15,000 (quite a sum in those days), had everything a growing family could ask for. I remember my father, R’ Shmuel Schecter, z”l, hosting Mr. and Mrs. Ellish in our sukkah the first yom tov after we settled in, and proudly showing off its pulley roof, which was a novelty in those days. Living on Milton Place was like living in the country. Our lot was so big that we never even stepped foot on most of the property. Our clothesline was a few yards from the house, and that was as far as our rotary lawn mower went. We looked out at the enormous backyard, but never even contemplated cultivating it. Obviously it was destined for a higher purpose.

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In that young, developing area, Jewish babysitters were in high demand and as a pre-teenager, I spent many lucrative years babysitting. While taking pride in having babysat some of today’s gedolim, I also hope I made a good impression on our non-frum neighbors, thereby creating a kiddush Hashem of sorts. Our home saw many distinguished visitors. I remember as a young girl preparing a meal for the Ponevizher Rav, R’ Yosef Kahaneman, z”l. “Laya,” my father called me over, “we have an important guest and Mommy isn’t home. It’s up to you to prepare something for him to eat.” “But Abba,” I pleaded, “I don’t know how to cook! All I know how to make is a fried egg.” “Fine,” my father replied. “So fry an egg.” And sixty years later, I proudly tell my grandsons who are today learning in Ponevezh, “I made a fried egg for the great Rosh Yeshiva and merited to receive his bracha that I would marry a talmid chacham.” Rabbi Dessler, z”l, the Michtav M’Eliyahu, visited our home during

his trips to Monsey to see his family. “How can a chashuve Rosh Yeshiva speak such perfect English?” I wondered. It took me a long time to realize that English was no problem for the Desslers, who had lived in England for many years. And how can I forget the sheva brachos in our home for Ben Zion Shenker, a life-long friend of our family, dating back to the time of my parents’ wedding in 1937? That night, a young and virtually unknown Ben Zion made his public debut, leading his choir and turning an all American wedding into a yeshivishe chasunah. Our move to Monsey was in line with my father’s lifelong practice to always live near a yeshiva. When he returned to America after learning in Mir and Kelm, he became one of the founding members of the first kollel in America, Beth Medrash Govoha, which opened its doors in White Plains, New York. When R’ Aharon Kotler, z”l, came to the United States during the war, the avreichim in White Plains asked him to head their kollel. He agreed, stipulating that he would take the


kollel to Lakewood. And the rest is history... My father’s Litvishe background turned him into a staunch misnaged. But my generation saw the Jewish world changing and much to his surprise, I brought new faces to the family, which today includes Gerrer, Tolna, and Amshinover chasidim, side by side with Yerushalmis and Ponevizhers. Some years ago, I returned to the States for a visit and while in Monsey, revisited the old neighborhood. Things certainly did change, but our house of the 50s was clearly recognizable. There was now a prominent sign above the front window that said “Bais Medrash Birchas Yosef of Nikolsburg.” The big tree was still growing on the front lawn

(although the grass had all but disappeared) and except for the enclosed front porch, the facade of the house remained exactly as I remembered it. When I came home to Eretz Yisroel, I showed my father the picture I had taken of our old house and told him about its new occupants. Despite his Litvishe leaning, he, like I, was very happy to see the house that was originally ours had become a makom of kedushah. Like the famous story of the misnagid who was “blessed” by his adversary, “May your grandchildren be chasidim,” this bracha it seems, not only goes on offspring but on homes as well! So along with the thousands of Nikolsburg chasidim, from my

home far away in E r e t z Yisroel, I too felt in a small way, part of their special simcha. Following a colorful career in public relations/fundraising, Laya translated several books, most recently a biography for teens on Rebbetzin Batsheva Kanievsky, “The Rebbetzin Loved Me!” followed by “Rav Elyashiv.” She would love to hear from her Monsey friends at layz@netvision.net.il


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A Whiff of Health Aromatherapy Part 2 The Science While research on the interaction between essential oils and a person’s biological structure is still ongoing, researchers say that the way essential oils interact with a person’s circulatory system, hormones, and/or enzymes can engender powerful healing. Researchers claim that since smell plays a major role in communicating with the emotional parts of our brain (which influences our physical, mental, and emotional health), what we smell can affect how calm and relaxed we are. This, in turn, affects physical symptoms and releases physical distress. We can assume that this explanation is based on the belief that the state of mind affects physical symptoms. Molecules inhaled through the nose or mouth are carried to the lungs and interact with the respiratory system, and can affect the body that way. When applied topically, the active chemicals in essential oils are absorbed just like the ingredients in any other topically applied cream; they activate receptors and destroy microbes, fungi, etc.

Internal applications stimulate a compromised immune system (which is really at the core of many physical ailments). While there’s still a lot of ambiguity in the “how,” proponents of aromatherapy say that the results are what speak.

A Potent Drug Because of their potency, most oils need to be diluted before being applied directly to the skin. Even after dilution, some oils can cause skin or allergic reactions. While allergic reactions to essential oils are somewhat rare, there are welldocumented reports of these reactions. There is also a connection between the oxidation of essential oil components and their ability to trigger allergic reactions. In other words, people may have a reaction to rancorous oils whereas well-preserved, or fresh quality oil (of the same type) won’t elicit that reaction. To rule out the possibility of an allergic reaction, the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy advises a skin patch test prior to the use of a new essential oil.

Safety First • Individuals with medical condition or with a history of allergies should only use essential oils with a physician’s permission and under the guidance of a trained professional. • Essential oils are very powerful, highly concentrated, and should only be used in very small amounts. Consult with a qualified aromatherapist for exact instructions on dosages and frequency of applications. • Before using an essential oil, familiarize yourself with its properties, methods of application, possible toxicity etc. This information should be made available to you via a package insert. • Use essential oils only for the reason identified on the package label or insert, or as advised by a qualified aromatherapist.

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The Frum Aromatherapist A conversation with Mimi, the founder and CEO of Releaf Oil What can you tell me about initiation into the world of aromatherapy? Mimi: I volunteer for the MR Burn Gemach (founded by legendary Mrs. Miriam Rosenfeld to help burns heal naturally and effectively) and people often came to ask me about different health issues. I got to know a child who had terrible breathing difficulties; she was forever short of breath and turning blue in the face. Her parents kept on having to call Hatzolah, and she was very often in and out of the hospital. Perhaps she was asthmatic… Mrs. Rosenfeld advised us to use an oil compress on her chest, and we saw amazing improvement! They were able to wish the ambulance rides and hospital visits goodbye. That’s when I saw the amazing power oils have. Where did you go from there? How did you become educated in aromatherapy? By reading, reading, reading, and then testing my knowledge. When people would ask me for help for a specific issue, I’d suggest that we try something I’d read about, and then get their feedback on it. By now, I’ve done a lot of work with most common issues, so I have a successful track record to look back at. I never stopped learning, though. I’m constantly reading, testing, and broadening my knowledge. Recently, I read about an oil that stabilizes the effects of hormonal imbalances, and I immediately thought of using it for nausea due to hormonal changes. Baruch Hashem, I’ve been able to help many relieve terrible bouts of nausea through it. I find it important to mention that essential oils aren’t a new-fangled fad. They’ve been around forever. There are actual mentions of oils being used as medicine in the Gemara! What type of health issues do you deal with in your capacity as an aromatherapist? Firstly, essential oils can replace many over-thecounter drugs, especially pain-relief drugs. Typical issues I deal with are: migraines, ear infec-

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tions, strep, enlarged tonsils, flu, and pneumonia. A good rule of thumb explaining what we use essential oils for are: 1. Immediate relief. I treated a bar mitzvah boy who came down with bronchitis two days before his bar mitzvah. The doctor had prescribed medication that takes five days to kick in. Five days was too long for him to wait! We started the medication, but I did aromatherapy too, so that we could have some relief before the medication kicked in. He was able to be oleh on Shabbos, and completely participate in the simcha. 2. When drugs aren’t available (like flu, for example). Have you had any interactions with the medical field in your capacity as an aromatherapist? I doesn’t happen often, but a mother once asked me for an oil compress for her baby who was hospitalized with pneumonia. The doctor treating her told me that she’d never seen such immediate results in improved oxygen level, and told us to continue the essential oil. Why did you decide to start Releaf Oil, your own brand of essential oils, and how did you do it? When I started out in aromatherapy, I learned that branded essential oils can be very expensive, but aren’t necessarily always better! Of course you’ll find rip-offs, but there are good ones for good prices too. I wanted to bring something effective and affordable to the frum market, so I looked into many different manufacturers and I had a lot of them tested at specialty labs to determine quality. By now, though, I can smell a bottle to detect the quality. Thank you for sharing your time and knowledge. It’s been a pleasure speaking with you. Releaf Oil products can be purchased at your local health food store.

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Real Estate

Did My Agent Spill the Beans?

by Ann Zeilingold Rebecca was looking to purchase a co-op. Her agent suggested a mortgage professional. Rebecca told him that she had just consolidated some debt and took a new personal loan that had a monthly cost of $428. After paying the co-op board fee and the appraisal, she was denied her mortgage due to excessive debt, because of the new loan that she had taken out. Her mortgage “professional” said that he had been hoping to close before it hit her credit report, and since it did, she can’t get the mortgage loan. This happened on a Thursday evening. Rebecca called me on Friday, and I confirmed that unless she put more money down or gets a co-signor, she will not qualify for the mortgage loan. We discussed less expensive co-ops and other options. On Sunday morning, Rebecca called me. She had discussed her situation with her parents and they were going to help her by paying off her loan. Her question was whether she qualified now or not. She did qualify. Rebecca then shared a dilemma with me. She really wanted to proceed with the co-op sale, but her realtor had told the seller’s agent that she could not get the loan, which made the seller put the home back on the market. So did her realtor speak out of turn? Was “TMI” shared? Upon my inquiry, different realtors shared different schools of thought. Some felt that they don’t get involved and they say nothing. Others said that they don’t think that it is right to the homeowner to keep a house off the market if the buyers cannot get a loan. One realtor said, “No realtor wants to ruin his reputation with an unqualified buyer.”

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Giving wrong information can trigger a client losing a trust in the other party, and possibly having a deal terminated.

Another realtor said that it depends on who represents whom. If the realtor is representing the seller, he feels he need to share the information. If he represents the buyer, he doesn’t feel the same obligation, and the attorneys should deal with the situation. Raphael Berlin of the Berlin Law Firm opined, “Once there is a contract of sale, the buyer should be discussing this with his attorney and the attorney should handle the situation. The home should not be put back on the market for sale until the down payment is returned and the contract is terminated.” He added, “When there’s a contract of sale in place, all parties involved have to be careful when dealing with real estate transactions. Giving wrong information can trigger a client losing a trust in the other party, possibly having a deal terminated, or more severe consequences, where one party can lose their down payment because proper protocols were not adhered to. When purchasing a home, your attorney is there to protect you. This is what you pay him for.”


From the mortgage perspective, if a denial for a mortgage is warranted, our office policy is to send it to the buyer’s attorney and not share this information with any other party except the client. We don’t speak to sellers’ attorneys except if the buyer’s attorney asked us to, usually to clarify a specific point — and even then, I usually prefer to email the buyer’s attorney and for him to forward the email after he has reviewed it. If things get rocky, we are super careful to not discuss anything with the realtors or sellers. What is your opinion? Did the realtor speak out of turn?

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.

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gp3250 300$ call 845 659 0222

MOVING SALE

Brand new frigidaire for sale. 36” white fridge. Regular $750 now for $495. Please call 845-425-6577

Complete dining room set. 4k Please call 8454183434

D&W

LOST & FOUND

CARRIAGE

WASHER DRYER

DODGE CARAVAN

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ITALIAN FURNITURE

Bedroom Set W/ 2 Night Tables. Perfect For Chosson/Kallah. Was $7500 New. Asking $2,600. 617692-0716.

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

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FRIGIDAIRE

COSTUME JEWELRY Trendy Jewels. Located on N Cole Avenue. Enter a raffle no purchase necessary. Call anytime 347-379-0793

JEWELRY Beautiful expensive kallah jewelry for sale hardly used . Bracelet , Earrings ,Watch , please call .845-746-6012

GIFTCARD I am willing to sell a Best Buy gift card in the amount of $430.00 (it does not expire) for the best offer received. Please call at 718-4370797

HEADS UP capes - teens, adults, children. Wool capes, optional matching berets.Turbans, snoods. SALE ITEMS, TOO! Phyllis Terrace CALL 845-608-1547

TWIN STROLLER Mountain buggy twin stroller for sale. Bought 9 years ago in fair usable condition. For 75 dollars or best offer 425-4729

STUNNING SCARVES Frilly Knitted scarves available for $25,can choose size/color, can be worn yearly. Stylish and Very dressy! 929 238 5487

STROLLER Brand new Graco snap -n-go stroller frame. $75. Call 914-3918982.


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MINI STROLLER

REMOTE CAR

PRIVATE

Black city mini stroller in excellent condition. $125. Call 914-391-8982.

Professional remote control car goes up to 75mph excellent condition with charger $275 [costed new $520] l:845-596-3791

split level 3 bedroom home in prime airmont neighborhood available as of September for serious inquiries call 845-3564085 845-558-9257

BUGABOO BEE

PHOTO PRINTER

Beautiful slightly used bugaboo bee with pink canopy (2011 model). Call/text 773-849-9749 for more information

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

PRESCHOOL POSTERS

SHOE SALE

Preschool posters. Tishrei & Cheshvin, “new” ready to hang. for sale call: 845-608-7500

Girl’s shoes sizes 19 to 38 Sunday August 21, 11:00am-3:00pm 2 Burris Court 347-278-1278.

50 GALLON

SWIMMING PASS

hot water heater, used for only 2 years. Has 1-2 years left on the warranty. 914-391-8982.

for the Chayil pool for 10 swims. 75$ value for $65. 290-9409.

BARGAIN

BASEBALL CARDS

large suitcases $15, small suitcases $12. All money goes to tzedaka. Please call 845-425-0975

Seeking best offer on huge inventory 862 505 9546 or 845 642 0572

FASCINATE HATS

BOOKLETS

Up-to-date hats at down-to-earth prices Summer Sale going on now. Call Draizy Wercberger anytime 845-425-9234

beautiful set of 360 inspiring bedtime ‫סיפורי צדיקים‬. (divided into 12 monthly booklets) $75.00 Free delivery T.845-783-1162 C.718-219-8230

FACIAL BED Selling a brand new- still in boxhydraulic facial bed/ spa table. Please emailchaya1st@gmail.com

For Rent

BUGABOO

SEEKING RENTAL

replacement parts used parts half price 347-581-1053

Looking to rent two bedroom apartment in Calvert Dr area please call 347-984-1531

MINK CAPE Beautiful brand new mink cape for sale. $150. 845-608-1499

BUGABOO CAMELEON 2013 model navy with red trimming. $500 obo. And lascal buggy board with adapters. 4251937

TIGHTS 6 pairs white butterfly tights size B for sale $2.25 a pair.845-6121022

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

CONDO 5 bedroom + play room + dining/living room, 2.5 baths, 2 proch’s, nice size kitchen, brand new condition condo on oak glen rd section 8 ok call or txt 9174183174

HOMES 5 bedroom, playroom 2 porches $2,800 per month. and small 3 bedroom $1,800 per month on oak glen rd. + Utility’s Call or txt 917-418-3174

5 BEDROOM in chestnut ridge, kosher kitchen big front and backyard ready to move in condition. low price $2400.00 monthly. please call 347-528-9382

AIRMONT GETAWAY 4 Bedroom fully furnished rental with pool available. Linen and towels included. Daily/weekly rentals. 845-570-1030

GWEN LANE Beautiful 3 room apartment located on Gwen Lane. Will be available September 1. Call (845) 352-7118

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

4 ROOM Brand new apartment for rent. Spacious rooms. Full closets. Located on North Cole. Available immediately. Please call: 845-2004459

SUMMER RENTAL Apartment available for rent from Aug 22 till Sept 4. Please call 845.274.5085

HERRICK AVE 3 ½ Bedrooms, Nice kitchen, Dining Room, Porch 1.5 bathrooms and laundry room. Avail. Sept 1stCall 845-425-8873

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE FOR RENT

CALVERT DRIVE

1 BEDROOM

2 Large airy rooms is a finished basement available in bates area each about 400 sq feet Please call 845.746.7251

Luxurious brand new custom built townhouse ready to move in, 4 luxury bedrooms, Playroom, Beautiful custom kitchen with granite countertops, oversized dining room & living room with custom flooring. Call: 845-6414208

Apt Dr Frank All appliances in apt Available Nov 1 845-304-4917

5 ROOM

3 ROOM

5 room apt. available on Rita Ave. with porch 1.5 bath section 8 ok. call 845-5383993

apt for rent in Blueberry Hill area. Very reasonable rent. Available immediately. pls call 323-5544

APARTMENT 4 room apartment available, on Francis Pl. Section 8 ok. Call 845304-5767

JOBS

FURNISHED 1 bedroom apt herrick & first st 8455003100

TANNERSVILLE

LOST & FOUND

MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

Beautiful house for rent. Reduced rate through Tisha B’av! 6 bdrm 3 full bathrooms Please call 845499-0406

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APARTMENT available for rent from Aug 22 till Sept 4 Please call 845.274.5085

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

AIRMONT

1 BEDROOM on Blauvelt corner Cameo Ridge available from Sept. day/week/ weekend close to shul and grocery call 845-5383993

SHORT TERM 3 room furnished apt available Sept. 1. Blauvelt rd. Weekly or monthly. Please call 845 659 5376

VIZNITZ AREA Clean and walk in apt. available for Rosh Hashana. Four beds. Preferably no young kids 8454455427

LARGE

BLUEBERRY HILL AREA Dana rd, walk in,1 bedroom, full bath, dining room and kitchen, $1200 call 845-800-3573

4 BEDROOM 3 baths, gorgeous property, inground pool, walk to 4 Shuls ...move in condition $570,000 (845) 364-9588

FOUR ROOM apartment with private porch. Choson/Kallah preferred. 845274-3083.

4 ROOM Beautiful 4 room apt availabe in the yale area. Available immediately call 845 222-3130

4 ROOMS

Two bedrooms, kitchen, and dinette area available for the weekends. Beautiful shady private yard. Call to reserve 845213-0978

3 Bedroom Apartment for Rent in Airmont Call or Text 347-5700163

YERUSHALAYIM

WALK IN

TISHREY RENTAL

2 bdrm apt for rent from now until Sept 1in Ramat Eshkol. Great price! baylaedelson@gmail. com or 845-332-5917

Apartment for rent on Paiken drive. Call 8458213257

2 bdrm apt. avail from sept 19 – Oct 27 Call 845-352-4267

SPRING VALLEY

OFFICE SPACE

3 ROOM

3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath EIK, LR, DR, deck, small yard, full unfinished basement. Jasinski Rd. Avail 9/15. 917-628-9620

for rent: 575 SF Basement, 9 FT ceiling, Facilities, Central A/C $950 including utilities. 347-9889039.

for rent in the Remsen/West maple area. Available September. Please call 845-578-4023

2 BEDROOM apt. Avail in Francis area for chodesh tishrei call 845-426-2631

MIAMI BEACH Carriage Club North Beautiful 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, Ground Floor, Backyard, Available weekly, Monthly & for Succos. Call: 845-274-3175

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Plus baby suite, storage room. Separate entrance in private home, west maple. 845-445-8691. No sec8.

BASEMENT

2 ROOM OFFICE

1000 S.f. unfinished 8 1/2 ft. ceiling basment with private entrance for storage etc. for rent 978-571-9768

A brand new 2 room office nice quite area private entrance prime area (not basement ) call 8454260269 l. M.

FURNISHED

GARAGE SPACE

New gorgeous luxury 4 bdrm. 3 full bths. 2 kitchens. Hotel style. Minimum 6 months. Blauvelt rd 9174741814

500 sq ft(separate from house) available for rent . Great for storage... Please call 845-4223687.


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PARKING AREA

DRESS

CUSTOM GOWN

for 30+ cars w/ mechanic on site, on Rt. 45 in the Hillcrest area great for a fleet of cars, commercial vehicles, etc. for info please call 8454592683 hilcrestproperties@gmail.com

Gorgeous Custom Black Wedding Dress, Size 10/12.Great price Please call: 845-426-1293.

Lavender with applique flowers, size 6. Coordinating little girls gown size 4T. 914-391-8982.

OFFICE A new 2 room office for rent in the college rd area call (917)4743026

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

STORAGE SPACE 800 sq. feet of storage for rent. Walk in level Please call 845 352-0290

STORAGE SPACE available for rent in unfinished basement. 1200+ square feet. Please call 914-391-8982.

Wedding Gowns and Dresses FOR SALE Cream mechutanesta dress size 6 for great price. please call 3629259

FOR RENT size 12-14 gorgeous mauve top with matching silver skirt .for inquires pls call-- stern-263-6788

BOYS RENTAL Boys blue elegant outfits for weddings sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, very reasonable 845-425-9737

STUNNING GOWN for rent or for sale. Size 4. Please call (845)422-5507.

GIRLS RENTAL Light grey organza jumpers w/ shells sizes 2 4 6 and 12, very reasonable 845-425-9737

CHILDREN’S GOWNS nine adorable identical lilac gowns/party dresses for sale or rent. 3-12 Super reasonable. Text/ call 8455178108

NEW DRESS Brand new size 20, gorgeous elegant dress for sale. Please call/ text 845-570-7183

DRESSES

CHILDREN’S GOWNS

‫עלעגאנטע חתונה קליידער פאר שוועסטער‬ ‫ רופט‬.‫פארקויפן‬/‫כלה צו פארדינגען‬/‫פון חתן‬ .845-608-6723

4 beautiful gowns for rent. Approximate sizes 5, 6, 6 and 8. Please call 347-731-4694.

WEDDING GOWN

DRESS

Beautiful elegant gown/dress in navy blue coloring, for sister of the bride, size 4-6. Please call (845)425-0470.

Sister of the bride” sz 2 silver grey party dress. lace top, Silk bottom. 845 222 4034

DRESS

DRESS

Magnificent lt. Blue dress sz 6 to rent asking 700 paid for it 1700. can text you pic. Call 608-6766

Gorgeous Blue Wedding dresssize 8. Slenderizing fit. Great Price. Please call: 845-423-9450

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

FOR RENT/SALE 2 Beautiful sister of bride dresses Ladies’ size 2-4 and Ladies’size12-14 Call 845 3567287

DRESS Beautiful Beaded Navy Chasunah Maternity Dress.Medium Size. Slenderizing Fit. Please call: 845426-1293.

GOWN Dreamy sister of the bride gown size 2-4 for sale. Pictures available. Please call/text 3474715411.

GOWN Blush/Ivory gown size12/14 very slenderizing worn once. Call 845517-5743 or347-952-6435.

MAGNIFICENT Wedding Gown for Rent/Sale Color: Sapphire Blue -Size 8 (Cocktail length) Call: 845-3527170

GOWN Beautiful silver/grey sister of the bride jumper gown for sale. With a perfect matching shell. Size 12. Please call or text 845-200-4365 Get a pic by text or email

GOWN GEMACH Mother/sister of the bride gowns in assorted colors, styles and sizes. Please call or text (845) 6411991 for further information.

DRESSES 2 Beautiful Sheva Broches dresses for Kallah for Rent /Sale (one black and one Black /purple) Size6. please Call / Text 845-445-5162

DRESS Elegant black bolero style dress Sz 10-12 for rent pls call 347-2431822 or 845-357-3523

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THE MATERNITY DRESS

HEIMISH MONSEY CO

FULL-TIME POSITION

Elegant black maternity dress Sz M for rent pls call 347-432-6669

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

Office in Spring Valley seeking F/T female employee, to handle and communicate with clients. Must have great communication and phone skills. Email resume openposition10977@gmail.com.

F/T MALE SECRETARY

TITLE I/III MONROE

No experience necessary, will train. Good English speaking and writing skills a must. Please email resume to 8021144@gmail.com

Afternoon position available. Great pay for qualified applicant. Experienced required.Send resume to titlemonroe2016@ gmail.com.Applicants of interest will receive response.

KLIENFELD GOWN exquisite, size 0-2 for sale. A must to see! Please call: 917-474-5673.

LOST & FOUND

MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

JOBS

Jobs

164

SECRETARY

WAREHOUSE ASSISTANT

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.

Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey, seeks a F/T individual to reorganize designated areas of our warehouse; identify and repackage returned merchandise; perform weekly inventory; receive and stock merchandise from vendors and oversee helpers.Successful candidate must be detail oriented, organized, excellent time management and communication skills and the ability to multi-task in a fastpaced environment. Resumes to: Careers@ChurchillLiving. com Please refer to Job No. 15-30 Great Benefits! EEO/AA Employer

BOOKKEEPING Established Monsey company seeking an experienced FullTime Real Estate Bookkeeper. Must have complete background and experience in the field. Responsibilities include draw-up of leases, lease negotiations and financial aspects. Please email resume to jobopening1212@ gmail.com.

PURCHASING ASSISTANT Established company seeking qualified individual to join our Purchasing Team. This position has potential for growth. Candidate must be organized, detail oriented, fast-paced and proficient in Excel. Full Time. Please email resume: jobopening1212@gmail.com.

POSITION AVAILABLE After August. Suffern company seeking f/t TEMPORARY office assistant. Resumes should be sent to officeposition201@gmail.com or faxed 877-257-8071

OFFICE ASSISTANT Frum company located 20 minutes from Monsey and Passaic seeking capable office assistant. Candidate should possess great research skills. Excellent written and verbal communication a must. Great pay and benefits, including paid Yom Tov Resumes to Careers@ ChurchillLiving.com (Refer to Job No. 15-38) EEO/AA Employer

ENTRY LEVEL Insurance office seeking F/T Female Employee. Must be computer proficient, Detailed oriented, multi tasked & good communications skills. Entry level. Email resume: jobsresume10977@gmail.com

JOB AVAILABLE

ONLINE BUSINESS

Seeking girl to operate a scanning position, 6-8 hours per day, will train. Job requires basic computer skills. $12/hour. Please email resume to service@ boundbookscanning.com

On-line Business, seeking a responsible detail oriented girl for full-time entry level job, including research listings, describing items. Call (845)8003573

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P/T SECRETARY P/T (Mon-Thurs afternoons) secretary wanted: Local office: well-organized - detail-conscious, Computer skills – QuickBooks, excel. Email resume: navac@ thejnet.com

SECRETARY WANTED Local office is looking for a female for secretary position. Must know quickbooks a must.and excellent communication skills, driving a plus Email jobssv10977@gmail. com

WIG SALON looking for secretary to help with wig blow drying, computer work and customer service. Must be friendly, professional and have excellent blow drying skills. Please call 845-445-7310.

BAKERY in Suffern looking for a frum woman with car to bake 3x a week 12:30-2:45. $12 an hr. please fax info to 845-230-6250 or emailtrany@risebakers.com

CHESED 24/7 Thinking of a Career in Psychology, Social Work or Human Services? This is an opportunity to get real life experience and training. Come work for Chesed 24/7 with developmentally disabled young women in our well- structured and exciting programs. Challenge these young women to be the best they can be. Call Human Resources, at 845-354-3233 ext. 1120 or send your resume to kfireman@chesed247.org.


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TRAVELING STORE

COMHAB POSITION

TEACHER

is looking to hire a bucher/ yungerman. drivers licence a must. hours vary some early mornings and late nights. good pay for the right person. Please call 845 425 4698 or 845 517-8385

Seeking young girl (age 16+) to work with adorable little boy with special needs. Please call 845-425-0887 Ext. 211

MS Ed Licensed/Certified teacher, over 31 yrs exp. Reading/Math Certified Common Core specialist. (girls/boys gr 1-12) avail to eval/ tutor ALL subjects. 558-1682 Mrs. Friedman

DRIVER Looking for a driver with minivan to transport teachers daily. Pls call 356-0061 *111 or 425-8757

10YR EXPERIENCE Women with 10 yr Experience in Sales, Collection, & Customer service, available part time call 845-538-3993

CUSTOMER SERVICE American yungerman in Israel with 6 years of experience in customer service is available to work American or Israeli hours. Fluent in English, Yiddish, and Hebrew. References available. 917-999-0291

SALES HELP For women’s clothing boutique. Afternoon hrs daily 2:00- 6:30 PM. Must be willing to train. Please call 499-9337.

YSV BOYS SEEKING 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.

TEACHER WANTED Chasidishe Cheder in Monsey is looking for an experienced English teacher for the upcoming year. Extremely well paid and on time. For more information or to apply, please call 845 587 2123

SECRETARY heimishe experienced secretary is available for subbing. Day\week\ month. 845-538-3648

GREAT OPPORTUNITY Looking for an outgoing, friendly girl to work with a young girl in the community. Please call 845425-0887 Ext. 211

SCHOOL WORKSHOP Chassidishe girls school looking for an individual to give workshops for a group of teachers and offer techniques in social skills and bullying. Please call: 8452437991

TUTOR For Limudei Kodesh or English studies. Flexible hours. Can come to you. Happy References. Call Mrs Szydlow 845-521-6886

ASSISTANT Looking for an assistant for the upcoming school year in the Bates area. 845-659-8863

GREAT OPPORTUNITY

BABSITTER

Now hiring playgroup assistant for the coming September in heimish playgroup in monsey. For serious inquiries please Call 845-422-1310

Looking for someone short term to babysit in my house 9:30 - 2:00 from Aug. 29 - Sep. 8. Ellish Area.

TEACHING POSITION

Now hiring playgroup assistant for the coming September in heimish playgroup in monsey. For serious inquiries please Call 845-422-1310

Heimishe girls school looking for capable English Elementary teachers. Great working environment. Transportation from Monsey. Please call: 8452437991

JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for man to assist young man with special needs. Nice pay. Please call845-425-0887 Ext. 211

LOOKING For a teachers assistant for the second grade in Cheder Chabad of Monsey. Please Call 845-2224016

HEIMISHE WOMEN looking to be a companion for an old lady. Please call: 845-459-6309

ASSISTANT

ASSISTANT Playgroup in bates/Horton area looking for assistant for September. Please call 352-0903

TEACHER/ASSISTANT looking for a part time teacher/ Assistant for a playgroup in chestnut ridge. Please call 3545219

SEEKING Babysitter in my house for 2 babies. Bates area. Light housework. M-T 9-3:30 and maybe friday. 659.5428

ASSISTANTS

SHARE A BABYSITTER

An english speaking preschool in Monsey is looking to hire an assistant for the upcoming school year. Please call 347-762-1426.

Looking to share a babysitter in the Bluefield area for the morning hours. Pickup & Dropoff provided! Call: 845-670-0256

TUTOR

BABYSITTER

Tutor available during or after school hours. Will come to you. Master’s in special ed. Please call or text 8458263222.

Looking for a young girl to babysit 2 children in my house from 2:45 until 4:45. good pay. 845-262-0014

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FOR SALE FOR RENT JOBS SERVICES

THE 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

GEMACHIM MISC. LOST & FOUND

LICE?

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

Don’t panic! Professionally cleaned. Call 356-3892

LIFEGUARD

Extremely talented 13 year old available to play for any occasion. Call Moshe at 362-2268.

available to come to your pool for more information please call 1845 327 0879

Treat yourself to a memorable birthing experience in a pleasant, calm and comforting atmosphere with Itty Barhorin CD(DONA) pls call 845-425-4144 / 845-2160054.

ALTERATIONS

RESUMES

Coming to your home. We will fill up your freezer with heimishe food- supper, yom tov, or any occassion… Hungarian twist. References available. Mrs. Hershkowitz 352-6856

AUTISM BREAKTHROUGH Experienced, chasiddishe yungerman professionally trained in the Son-rise program, that helps children connect with the world around them. 845-2743244.

YOGA

DOULA

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

Need help with your QuickBooks?Call Shucht Bookkeeping Services 845-2437961 or email bookkeeping@ shucht.com

ONE MAN BAND

YOGA instructor 5166682865

PERSONAL CHEF

QUICKBOOKS

166

MASSAGE

POOL Beautiful clean pool for rent by the hour. Please call 347-2781278

CATSKILLS RIDE Leaving Woodridge abt 8-9 am. Leaving monsey 630 pm Friday 230. $20 a way or a package . 845 734 3103

POOL beautiful clean pool for rent by the hour call (845) 445-9201

Basic alterations bluefield area 352 7201

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY Back, neck, and hand massage also available. Women and children only. Very reasonably priced. Healing and rejuvenating.347-460-1512

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

KUMZITZER Make your shabbos nachmi unforgetable! Book now to insure availlability. Ari porges 3476754794

PHOTOGRAPHY BriteLite Photography is back in Monsey, check out our fantastic “welcome back” pricing at www. britelitephotography.com, or call 845-459-3443

MASSAGE

LAUNDRY SERVICE

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

Cleaners & laundry service. 845666-4114

QUICKBOOKS Is your QuickBooks a mess? A team of accountants will bring it up to date. (848) 525-7748

Local and long distance plus daily trips to croton dam gorge (waterfalls) up to 8 ppl $25 per person. Call Rachel @6463227224.

looking to drive steady/ business man /family/or long distance/ please call or text:845-596-3791

LIFEGUARDS

RELIEF

LONG DISTANCE

Experienced male lifeguards available. Call or text (845)5059546

Yes! there’s relief for first trimester. Call to listen to the free recording. 263-0313

brand new minivan anywhere anytime very reliable always on time call yanky 845-558-2697

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FEMALE DRIVER

GIFT WRAPPING Have your gifts elegantly wrapped by the professional. Please call or text 845-545-8454.

DRIVER AVAILABLE


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HEIMESHE DRIVER

APPLIANCES REPAIR

PAINT ARTIST

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

hatzlacha appliance repair cell 845-243=0636

Talented Lady Artist available for custom oil painting according to preference. scenery on wall. Price $20-$100. Samples avail.929 238 5487

LADY DRIVER

Ready to throw your Chenile tichel out because the elastic is stretched out? Wait! I can fix it. Call 8455178915

Heimish. Take someone punctual, responsible & dependable. Steady slots also available. Day/night. Call/text 917-750-4105.

LADY DRIVER available reasonable on time. please call 709-7338

BUY TIGHTS Great Prices. Free Delivery. Call Shaindel 845-290-0650

SUPPORT HOSIERY Delivered 2 U. Medi, Sigvaris, Venotrain, etc... 845-290-0650

REPAIR TICHEL

A’HEAD COLLECTION

Professional work Great prices Call 845-352-4267

Beautiful selection of Turbans Bandanas chenilles.Decatur area 845 587 8410

BASIC ALTERATIONS

SCARFS

Call 596-3140

CATSKILLS RIDE daily car ride leaving Monsey to catskills exit 107 @ 9am. Return 6pm. Call 929.274.4747

ONE MAN BAND

Remodeling, installations, painting, odd jobs Dovid Denberg 845-200-1326

Yisroel M. Turner for all your simches! 845-274-7002

want to express you words but don’t know how. We do the work, you get the credit. call rivky (1845) 248-6340

CLEAN-GO

NATURAL PRODUCT

We wash & fold 845-666-4114

supports weight management, reduces absorption of sugar , carbs. fat & much more benefits. live better and feel better 2yourgoodhealthforever@gmail. com

skilled and honest. Also offering powerwashing! 862 505 9546

LASER IS NOW A POSITIVE, PAINFREE EXPERIENCE.

beautiful everyday and Shabbos scarves for the best prices also selling brand name scarves for less call 845-290-5790

COINS for sale all types u.s., foreign,old,new, silver, non silver, paper money too call 347-8224018

BALLOONS

CHALLA order now our homemade delicious challah, kugel, and famous babka! special discount for new customers! Call: 845-5383648

HANDYMAN

Beautiful necklaces reasonably priced. Call 709-7341

ALTERATIONS

HANDYMAN

POEMS

JEWELS

Helium balloons for all occasions! Engagement, Birthday, Baby, Get Well, etc.... Sunrise area. Call anytime. Delivery available. 425-6066

PEARL RESTRINGING Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery.845-352-5013

SILVER WIPES ease the polishing of silver enjoy sparkling silver call 845 371 7847

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 STAR STUDIO Quality music, recording and piano lessons. Great prices! Julyaugust Special: spend $200 get a free gift.Call now: 845-414-9179 845-274-1290

CHALLOS Heimishe delicious Challas lekuved shabbas. For kimpeturins or anyone in need. Pls call till Thursday. 8454459586 Pls lv msg and wait for a call back to confirm.

CHALLAH DOUGH

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

I Make It - You Bake It, Rivky’s Famous Challah Dough, Custom made to your taste, diet and schedule. Call 369-3755

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

CHASUNAH BASKETS Elegant toiletry essentials baskets available to enhance your guests’ comfort at your Simcha. Please Call Better Baskets at 845-4239450

INFLATABLES Double water slide and large moonwalk for rent. Call 8453716578

MISC.

SHUL BAG Replace regular bag that Carry you siddur, glasses, high heels etc to Shul with this special one. Text 845-538-7389

SHEIMOS

LOST & FOUND

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

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CUSTOM order your custom made shtender/sheds any /size /color/ call or text:845-596-3791

MUSIC SPEAKERS Top quality music speakers for rent. $50 per night, to reserve call (845)587-8533

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Teacher Miriam Greenfeld's Daycare We are proud to announce that Teacher Leah Weiss has joined.

ONLY SIX TO EIGHT EN CHILDR PER GROUP F/T AND P/T DAYC AR E ACCEPTED

WARM LOVING ENVIRO NMENT

Free Transportation! No Vacation Days!

Healthy Breakfast, snack and lunch! Magnificent outdoor park!

Located on Francis Place

Ages: 2-3 years and 3-4 1/2 years full kindergarten curriculum Hours: 8:30 - 4:00 Extended daily hours to accommodate working mothers.

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ARTS N SHAP CRAFTS

Inquire about our new SUNDAY program

OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE!

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TEACHER GULY’S

DAY CAMP

Teacher Guly’s Little Pre-School. Do you want to feel confident that your child is getting tender love and care, with stimulation and ‫ ?געשמאק‬We are here to give you and your child all this + more! Reg. Now open for sept. 16/17 to our girls: nursery/pre-nursery, play group, toddler group. For our girls nursery/pre-nursery call teacher frady spira 845-587-4111 a few slots available

Aug 29-Sep 2 Girls ages 3-9 Park Ave Area Please call Hindy 347322-1552 after 5:00pm

M&M PLAYGROUP Playgroup in Bates/Horton area. From 9:30-3:00 extended hours available. Please call 352-0903

KIDDIE GROUP 2-3 y/o starting September on decatur, loving,experience, teacher transportation available,(845)499-6647 reference available.

PLAYGROUP Teacher Devoiry with years of experience is forming a small group in Oak Glen area. For registration please call 845-6627158

NURSERY GROUP Morah Brucha’s Gan. 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 years. Briarcliff area. Terrific room, play yard, toys & program. The best for your child. 845.352.1861

AFTER-HOURS PLAYGROUP Playgroup forming now in the Bates area. Ages 2-3 yrs. Hours from 11:30 to 4:15. Please call 845-699-7953.

KIDDIE GROUP Warm experienced teacher opening kiddie group for sept ages 18-24 months spacious outdoors please call Toby 347907-1643

KIDDIE GROUP Small Kiddie Group on Westside Ave. now accepting registration for September. Ages 18+ months Rivky Halpert 425-3491

BABYSITTER A warm and loving babysitter is available for the upcoming year extended hours available Calvert area. Please call 845-598-0656

BABYSITTING Starting September - Warm and caring babysitter in the Bates area. Individual attention group of only 3/4 children. Call/text: 499-3868

NEWBORN CARE Experienced loving lady is eager to take care of your new born during the day ref. Avail. 929 238 5487


THECL A SSIFIEDS

BABYSITTER Experienced loving babysitter now accepting for upcoming school year on Sunrise Dr. Drop in’s welcome. Great ref. avail.E Huss 845-426-0855

Morah Brucha’s Gan A special place for the 3 year old! A place where your child can thrive!

Parsha, Yomim Tovim, Midos Tovos, Alef Bais, Seasons, Numbers

BABYSITTER Warm and loving babysitter available for full time or part time. located in the Adar ct area. call now to reserve your slot for September. 845-659-4286

Well-equipped, beautiful classroom Large and safe play yard Nutritious lunches & snacks

BABYSITTER Warm and experienced babysitter available to babysit daytime and night hours in your home. References available. Please call 845-499-9272

MORAH Will be accepting ONLY 5 kids. will be exciting year ahead! spacious place convenient for chestnut ridge/ airmont mommies.7092210

AUG. 28 - SEP.7 Exciting program... preschool and 1st grade. Register today to reserve your slot call Etty Einhorn 845-608-7500

SWIMMING LESSONS Experience Heimish Lifeguard will teach your son swimming at your pool swim Call/text 845659-2050

PIANO LESSONS Experienced piano teacher now has a few slots available. Please call:845.664.5618

CHILDBIRTH CLASSES New class forming now. Birth in confidence (845) 608-9663

COMPUTER COURSE And training. Call 845-596-4590

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

Well developed program to help your child gain skills, build confidence and grow socially

Hours: Monday-Thursday 9-3 • Friday 9-12

Morah Brucha SuSSMan

845.352.1861

ENGLISH LESSONS

HAIR & FACE

‫א היימישע יונגערמאן איז אוועליבעל צו‬ ‫אויסלערנען ענגליש פון אנהייב ביז צו קענען‬ ‫ אונטערסירטע‬.‫געהעריג ליינען און שרייבען‬ 845-499-7381 ‫ביטע רופט‬

For Kallah & Family! call now to reserve your date.. 538.7603/426.4632

GUITAR LESSONS Guitar teacher over 30 yrs, all ages/levels. Avail to teach you/ your child to play guitar. Girl/ boys/women. Enjoy for yrs to come! 558-1682 Mrs. Friedman

HAIR & MAKEUP COURSES Require about our special on oneon-one courses on makeup ... hair styling ... Hair cutting. Call Bashie @ 426.4632 /538.7603

RELEASING THE PAST 5-day intensive with expert from ca. Last chance for special discount!!! Call: 364-0034

HAIRCUTTING and Styling Course! Groups or 1:1. Also learn to style your own hair. Mimi Braun 4267981 or text 8257893

ARBONNE make up and skin care products. Always free shipping! Call 213-0978

SHAKLEE New! Personalized Health Assessment and product upgrades! Call for details. 845352-0248.

CLAIRE METHOD for stunning wigs clean, wash, sets that make you look sensational!!!Call today: 929 238 5487

CLEAR ACNE Ever thought a natural drink can help clear your face? Try Fermented Juice - proven wonders! Call 845-608-2303

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

NEW CLASSES

HAIR DESIGN

forming for the Aim Habonim Semaicha series: play therapy, life skills, or social skill tips. 845 459 3436

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

HAIR COURSES

WELLNESS EVALUATION

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

Get healthy now Call for your free wellness evaluation 845 499 8770

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE Misc. MISC We scratched a light blue minivan license plate ending 1204 on Viola Road Motzei Purim (Thursday) night. Trying to locate the owner. 917 975 9096.

JOBS

MISC Getting rid of any new or like new stuff? Happy to pick it up. Contact Yosef Aaron @516 946 2630.

15 PASSENGER VAN

MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

Att. White 15 passenger van: you were driving a white 15 passenger van on viola corner concord on Monday afternoon and hit my car! Please contact me 347-598-3709

LOST & FOUND

FOUND

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

a silver watch in Rockland Kosher parking lot. call 347-944-4102

FOUND

Lost & Found

a black bugaboo bee on weiner dr. Before pesach. 8454253829.

LOST

FOUND

yellow gold & diamond bracelet mid July. 845-323 0384

a gold watch in oakwood park. 845-425-5683

LOST

FOUND

a diamond bracelet on July 7th. Please call 347-633-6598

a diamond pin shabbos between pesach and shavuos. 352-2304

CAMERA

FREE GIVEAWAYS

Lost canon camera in white case with neck strap please cll 3525916

20” boys bike. Needs new tubes in tires. Call 845-521-5014. Looking for free giveaway or to buy fisher price doll house accessories for reasonable price 352 7201 Looking for free giveaway or to buy off cheaply second hand play mags. 862 505 9546 1 Egg box of seforim - 845-3522573

ALLERGY SUPPORT

LOST KEYRING

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

If found, please call (845)4262434

GUIDE

LOST

Free for chassanim, kallos and mechutanim – Tuvia’s, The Genuine Shop, Augenbraun’s Bridal, The Canopy, Monsey Chasunah Depot.

Ladies black wool Jones NY short coat with small squares. Possibly in ZIRS taxi a few months ago. 845-425-9737

RABBI KROHN CD’S

FOUND

SECRETARY

Dozens of great topics! Call/ text 443-915-5507 or email rabbikrohnmonsey@gmail.com.

baby girl sun hat in Town Square parking lot on Thursday 8/4/16. Please call 845-362-7764

Full time secretarial position available in Heimishe spring valley office. Applicant should be efficient, detail oriented and able to multi task. Basic computer skills a must. Knowledge of graphics or InDesign a plus. Good Environment and great pay. Email your resume to smspringvalleyjob@gmail.com.

TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE

FOUND

This Friday Aug. 19 at 10:30 am. Listen via live teleconference. Call 804 665 0005 pin# 152699

a stroller in Evergreen parking lot on Friday August 5, 2016 Call 845-558-0601

Late Classifieds

Gemachim GOWN GEMACH Mother/sister of the bride gowns in assorted colors, styles and sizes. Please call or text (845) 6411991 for further information.

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SIDDUR GEMACH

ROOF-CARRIERS Fits almost all cars even those without racks on roof. Easy to put on. 845-274-5284

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

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Great Opportunity! Hamaspik of Rockland is looking for a female to work with a special needs young lady part-time. - Excellent pay! (not through an agency) - Must drive - Flexible hours in some afternoons or early evenings

Please call: 845.641.3940 or 845.503.0242


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫תשעה באב בחצרות הקודש‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫האדמו”ר מסקולען בביקור בבית הרבני הנגיד ר’ יעקב טויבער‬ ‫הי”ו במאנסי ביחד עם מסיבה לטובת מוסדות חסד לאברהם‬


‫תשעה באב‬ ‫ביי רבני‬ ‫ואדמו”רי‬ ‫מאנסי‬

‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫האדמו”ר מבית חיים יהושע בעריכת השולחן לרגל הילולת זקינו הרה”ק בעל הקדושת ציון‬ ‫מבאבוב זי”ע הי”ד במחנה ישיבת אורחות חיים בסאוט פאלסבורג‬

‫האדמו”ר‬ ‫מניקלשבורג בעריכת‬ ‫השולחן לרגל הילולת‬ ‫האר”י הקדוש זי”ע‬

‫עסקנים פון רינועל ביי האדמו”ר מסקווירא‬


‫חיים איצקאוויטש פרעזענטירט‪:‬‬

‫אן‬

‫חול המועד סוכות תשע"ז לפ"ק‬ ‫פאלגט נאך מיט שפאנונג‬

‫שפיל‬


‫הנהלת ישיבה קנין‬ ‫תורה דסאטמאר‬ ‫ביים איינלאדענען‬ ‫הרבני הנגיד בוני‬ ‫ומקים עלומו של תורה‬ ‫הרה”ח ר’ משה ארי’‬ ‫פריינד הי”ו סגן ראש‬ ‫הקהל דקהל יטב לב‬ ‫ד’סאטמאר לאנדאן‬ ‫הבירה אלס אורח‬ ‫הכבוד צום דינער וואס‬ ‫וועט פארקומען ברוב‬ ‫פאר והדר קומענדיגן‬ ‫ז”ך חשון הבעל”ט‬

‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫האדמו”ר מטעמעשוואר בביקור אצל האדמו”ר סקווירא‬

‫האדמו”ר‬ ‫שינמסקווירא בביק‬ ‫אכור אצל האדמו”ר‬ ‫מדו סקיא‬ ‫בבית ה סניא במאנסי‬

‫מסיבת הכרת הטוב‬ ‫להוואלאונטירן‬ ‫מ‪-‬טעג בניו יורק‬

‫מסיבה לטובת מוסדות ספינקא ‪ -‬במאנסי‬


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