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Our Town’s Weekly Issue #65

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Monsey Market Trends

BUY A HOUSE...

Plan Ahead for Your Purchase

Understanding Real Estate as Monsey Grows

Common Mistakes Landlords Make


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‫סאטמאר‪-‬פלייש‬ ‫געשעפט‬ ‫צייכנט אפ "ערשטע יאר"‬

‫פון העכסטע קוואליטעט אין כשרות‪-‬הבשר‬

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‫ין די טעג‬ ‫ווערט‬ ‫“א‬ ‫אפגעצייכנט‬ ‫גאנצע יאר” וואס‬ ‫פונקציאנירט‬ ‫עס‬ ‫מיט גרויס הצלחה‬ ‫און סייעתא דשמיא‪,‬‬ ‫בארימטער‬ ‫דער‬ ‫פלייש‬ ‫“סאטמאר‬

‫געשעפט” שע”י ק”ק סאטמאר מאנסי‪.‬‬

‫אין די קורצע צייט אפשניט האט דער סאטמאר פלייש געשעפט אויפגעבויעט א זעלטענער רעפוטאציע‬ ‫ביים חשוב’ן ציבור המדקדקים בכשרות למהדרין מן המהדרין‪ ,‬וועלכע זוכן צו קויפן כשר‪-‬פלייש דייקא פונעם‬ ‫העכסטן כשרות קאליבאר‪.‬‬ ‫דער סאטמאר פלייש געשעפט צייכנט זיך אויס מיט אלע מעלות והידורים צום צופרידנהייט פונעם ציבור‪,‬‬ ‫אנגעהויבן “ברוחניות”‪ :‬די פלייש זעלבסט און אלע פרטים ווערן אהערגעשטעלט לויט די הוראות פון כ”ק מרן‬ ‫אדמו”ר הגה”ק מסאטמאר שליט”א; דער געשעפט שטייט אונטער די שטרענגע השגחה פונעם גרויסן עמוד‬ ‫ההוראה הגה”צ אבד”ק ור”מ סאטמאר מאנסי שליט”א; אלע פלייש קומט נאר פון ‘איין’ שחיטה “בית השחיטה‬ ‫המהודרת קרית יואל”‪ ,‬אזוי אז ס’קען זיך נישט אויסמישן מיט פלייש פון אנדערע שחיטות; דער געשעפט ליגט‬ ‫אין ציבור’ישע הענט‪ ,‬וואס פארמיידט בעז”ה פארשידענע מעגליכע מכשולות‪.‬‬ ‫בפרט די פלייש זעלבסט זענען אלע פון די ‘סאטמארער שחיטה’‪ ,‬וואס צייכנט זיך אויס מיט די העכסטע‬

‫הידורים וחומרות‪ ,‬ווי פאלגנד‪ :‬אלעס ווערט פראדוצירט בלויז דורך היימישע אידן אחים לדעה יראי ה’; די‬ ‫שוחטים וואוינען אויפ’ן פלאץ; בדיקות והעמדת החלפים בתכלית ההידור; שחיטה במתינות מיט ישוב‬ ‫הדעת; באזונדערער ‘בודק סכינין יבש’ בין השחיטות; יעדע עוף באזונדער ווערט באקוקט פון טריפות המציות‬ ‫בזמנינו‪ ,‬ווי‪ :‬צומות הגידין‪ ,‬הראיה‪ ,‬בני מעיים‪ ,‬בוקא דאטמא; באזונדערע משגיחים אראפצונעמען דם בעין‬ ‫פאר’ן זאלצן; יעדע עוף ווערט צעטיילט אין צוויי ‘ספליט‪-‬טשיקען’; מ’ניצט נאר ארגינעלע שטיין זאלץ; נאר‬ ‫אידישע זאלצערס; אזוי אויך איז מען מהדר ומחמיר ביי די ‘דקות’‪ ,‬נישט צו שחט’ן און צושטעלן פלייש פאר‬ ‫סאטמאר‪-‬בוטשער פון ‘ווייסע‪-‬קעלבער’ (עגלים לבנים)‪ ,‬וויבאלד ס’האט אסאך חששות באופן פיטומה וגידולה‪.‬‬ ‫אויך ביי די ‘כבשים’ איז מען מהדר בודק צו זיין יעדע ראש כבש פון תולעים המציות לפעמים במח‪ ,‬אלס חשש‬ ‫טריפה‪ .‬ווי אויך איז פארהאן עקסטערע הידורים ביי ‘גסות’‪ ,‬דהיינו‪ :‬שחיטה מונחת; גלאט בתכלית ההידור (וואס‬ ‫מען רופט גלאט בית יוסף); מ’ניצט נאר חלקים וואס דארפן נישט אנקומען צו ניקור חלב; און נאך פילע‬ ‫הידורים‪.‬‬ ‫אזוי אויך “בגשמיות” איז סאטמאר‪-‬פלייש‪-‬געשעפט בארימט מיט וואונדערבארע מעלות‪,‬‬ ‫צווישן זיי‪ :‬די פאליצעס ווערן טעגליך איבערגעפולט מיט א רייכע אויסוואל פון אלע‬

‫ערליי סארט פלייש; אלעס פריש‪ ,‬ריין און זויבער; טעיקאוט און עפעטייזונג אויפ’ן‬ ‫פלאץ צו קענען אהיימנעמען פארטיגע געשמאקע עסן; רעדי שבת ארדערס;‬ ‫קעיטערינג פאר שמחות און מסיבות; העפליכע קאסטומער סערוויס; שנעלסטע‬ ‫דעליווערי; פאון‪-‬ארדערס פאר יעדע סייז אפגעזעהן גרויס אדער קליין; און נאך‪.‬‬ ‫די אונטערשטע שורה‪ :‬פאר די העכסטע קוואליטעט פלייש בתכלית הכשרות‬ ‫און צופרידנשטעלנדע סערוויס‪ ,‬איז דער איינציגסטער אדרעס‪“ :‬סאטמאר‪-‬פלייש‪-‬‬ ‫געשעפט” שע”י ק”ק סאטמאר מאנסי‪.‬‬

‫דער ברייטער ציבור המדקדקים בכשרות פון איבער דער שטאט‪,‬‬ ‫וואונטשן אויף ווייטער‪ :‬חפץ ה’ בידכם יצליח! ויאכלו ענוים וישבעו!‬

‫‪845.371.7635‬‬

‫‪B u y R i t e s u p e r m a r k e t 1 0 0 R t. 5 9 M O n s e y N Y‬‬


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An exquisite selection of 14k & 18k Gold, Diamond & Pearl Jewelr y Brand name Watches

59 Route 59, 845.425.4650 Hours Sunday- Thursday11-6:30 Friday 11- 1


‫ראשי ישיבות‪ ,‬מגידי שיעור‪ ,‬אבריכי כו‪ ,úú‬בחורי חמד‪:‬‬

‫מוכנים‬ ‫אנחנו‬ ‫עם כ‪ ú‬הספרים לזמן הבא‬ ‫«ש"ס «הלכה «מוסר «חסידות «ועוד‬

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Open 9:45am-10:15pm


‫בס"ד‬

‫דער‬ ‫פראבלעם‬ ‫איז דא‪:‬‬ ‫גאר אסאך קינדער‬ ‫פלאגן זיך מיט‬

‫שוועריקייטן‬ ‫אין‬

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‫קריאה‬ ‫און די עלטערן מוטשען זיך‬ ‫צוצוטרעפן ווירקזאמע הילף‪.‬‬

‫געבולויאך‬ ‫בן‬ ‫די לעזונג איז‬ ‫אויך דא ב"ה!‬

‫מחזור ב'!‬

‫עס איז יעצט‬

‫אייער געלעגנהייט‬ ‫צו ווערן טרענירט און באגלייט אלס‬

‫פראפעסיאנאלע‬ ‫קריאה – ‪TUTOR‬‬ ‫דורך דער באקאנטע וועלטליכע מומחה אויף קריאה און לימודים‬

‫הרב דוד אונגר שליט"א‬ ‫מארה"ק ‪ -‬מייסד מכון תורת פיך‬

‫און דערמיט ברענגען הצלחה פאר הונדערטער‬ ‫תלמידים וואס ווארטן אויף אייער הילף‪.‬‬

‫נאך די געלונגענע ערשטע מחזור‬ ‫ווען ‪ 20‬אינגעלייט זענען טרענירט‬ ‫געווארן מיט דעם געוואלדיגן מהלך‪,‬‬ ‫הערשט נאך אלץ אן אויסטערלישן‬ ‫פארלאנג צווישן עלטערן‬ ‫און מוסדות התורה פאר מער‬ ‫קריאה מדריכים וועלכע קענען‬ ‫דעם ווירקזאמען מהלך‪.‬‬

‫דעם קורס וועט זיך אנהויבן‬

‫מאנטאג‬ ‫פר' כי תצא‬

‫ט' אלול תשע"ו לפ"ק‬

‫ולמספרם‬ ‫‪September 12 2016‬‬ ‫‪Text the word KRIAH - To 914.77.KRIAH‬‬ ‫‪(That’s 914.775.7424) to get information‬‬ ‫‪on the upcoming kriah course‬‬

‫חברי הנהלת 'אעלה'‬

‫שע"י תורה ומסורה‬

‫‪Torah Umesorah 620 Foster‬‬ ‫‪Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11230‬‬

‫די געלעגנהייט איז בלויז פאר א געקליבענע קבוצה‪ ,‬פארזיכערט היינט אייער פלאץ‬ ‫פאר מער פרטים און צו באקומען אן אפליקאציע ביטע רופט‪:‬‬

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Sunday 10:30 - 8:00 Monday - Thursday 10:30 - 7:00 Friday 10:30 - 3:00

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TURN OVER THE PAGE FOR MORE DETAILS.


Sunday: 1pm - 5pm Mon. Tues. Thurs.: 8pm - 10pm Wed.: 11am - 3pm


Avenue the

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Our very generous partners. Our members show their cards and they will get a nice discount at these stores.

with a little help from the STARS Program

STARS is an outstanding community program to develop the skills and ambitions of special young women in our neighborhood. Each applicant undergoes a careful evaluation process, helping us create classes of wonderful, capable students that work well together.

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DAY PROGRAMS 9:00am - 3:30pm

EVENING PROGRAMS 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Job Training

Art Workshop

Computer Lessons

Baking Lessons

Health and Fitness

Dancing Lessons

Volunteering

Game Night

Home Economics

Group Activities

To register please call: 845.503.7100

POWERED BY HAMASPIK


ARLINGTON IS OPEN

ith the We Are Open W Until Full Kosher Menu September 19.

Reservations 603.869.7777

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Summer Hours: Sun-Tue 9am -11:15pm, Wed-Thu 9am - 11:30pm.

Fri 9am - 2 Hours before Shabbos, Motzie Shabbos - 1 Hour after Shabbos - 1:00am


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STORE HOURS | SUN - WED 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM | THURSDAY 10:30 AM - 8:30 PM | FRIDAY 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM


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STORE HOURS | SUN - WED 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM | THURSDAY 10:30 AM - 8:30 PM | FRIDAY 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM


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Sun-Thurs 10:30am–6:30pm | Friday 10:30am–1:00pm


A bright student starts from ground up. Smart shoes.

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59 Rt. 59 · Monsey, NY 10952

tel. 845.425.1900

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SHOP BACK TO SCHOOL as a prime member & enjoy exclusive perks! End the hoisery hunt early, as you

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hosiery for everyone in the family!

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SUN-THURSDAY 11-7 FRIDAY 11-1


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Sale ends Sunday, September 5


The Optical most recommended by eye doctors

We carry a full line of DESIGNER FRAMES

39 Main St. Monsey, NY

845.517.5459 Fax: 845.517.5460

50% OFF ALL DESIGNER FRAMES!*

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FROM SEPTEMBER 4 - SEPTEMBER 11 *DESIGNER FRAMES ONLY. DISCOUNT DOES NOT APPLY TO PRESCRIPTION, AND CONTACT LENSES

IN HOUSE LAB SAME DAY SERVICE AVAILABLE


Enroll your daughter or son in the Dayhab program with the highest record of successful mainstreaming! FOR MORE INFO: 845-354- 3233 ext 1106 czinstein@chesed247.org

SERVICING THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DELAYED COMMUNITY WITH LOVE.


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FYI Local housing statistics

FOOD AND FAMILY The perfect treat to come home to: cookies!

SUN ON STONE The plane takes off and Malka’la heads into the unknown.

MY MOVE TO MONSEY Good neighbors are worth everything.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

34>> INBOX 38>> MASTERPLAN 44>> HEALTH & WELLNESS 52>> HALACHOS 56>> WEEK IN REVIEW 62>> ELECTIONS

66>> SUN ON STONE 75>> FOOD AND FAMILY 83>> REAL ESTATE 92>> FEATURE 98>> FYI 100>> MY MOVE TO MONSEY

FRIDAY

THURSDAY

3 Toltchav Way, Unit 201 Monroe NY 10950 info@milesforlife.org

MILES FOR LIFE is in desperate need of ‘your’ mileage

SHABBOS

SUNDAY

September 2

September 3

September 4

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Tel: 845-492-3131 Fax: 845-875-4248

108>> EXCURSIONS 114>> WELLSPRING 124>> FUN PAGES 130>> HOUSING MARKET 136>> CLASSIFIEDS 148>> PICTURES

September 5

MONDAY

September 6

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

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To help Cholei Yisroel achieve the best medical care. To sponsor a trip to a domestic medical facility out of state via your accumulate air-miles please call: 845-492-3131 We will gladly assist you with information on mileage accounts and/or credit card rewards.

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Quality Printing

M &S Shoe Repair

27 ORCHARD ST. MONSEY NY 10952

info@theshoppershaven.com

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Merkaz judaica and Gifts

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Rockland Pharmacy

Toys 4 You

Sweet Expressions

Photo Express

Weingarten Shoes

Surgical Shop

S&W Ladies Wear

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Master Works

Supreme Health

Monsey Lingerie Shop

Mimi's linen and Bath

Dr. Faiman

Lily & Todd

The Sock Shoppe

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Elegant Window Fashion

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Monsey Wine and Liquor

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Royal Impressions

Ideal Jewelry

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Inbox

PUBLISHER:

Yoel Itzkowitz

Talk of Town

EDITOR IN CHIEF:

D. Goralnik CONTENT DIRECTOR:

R. Reese ART DIRECTOR:

AJ Wachsman PROJECT COORDINATOR

effort you put into your publication; we really feel it!

I HAD MRSA TOO

I am responding in regard to the inbox letters about MRSA. I just wanted to let you know that I personally had a story with MRSA, and Dr. Apter, the one who you featured in your magazine a while ago, completely healed it. She knows a lot about this condition.

R. Itzkowitz

THE MONSEY VIEW

P.O. BOX 305 Monsey N.Y. 10952 TELEPHONE

Healed

HOW I KEEP MY BOYS BUSY

In our house, bein hazmanim is all about the music. Anybody who walks in has to cover their ears because the very walls are vibrating. We love to turn up the music and the boys dance and get out all of their energy. It’s such a healthy, cost-free way to have fun!

845-600-8484

A Mother of Many Boys

FAX:

845-600-8483 E-MAIL:

ads@themonseyview.com MISSION STATEMENT The Monsey View is a weekly publication designed for every segment and age group of our diverse community. Under rabbinical guidance, we bring Monsey’s top talent together to provide high quality, informative current reading material, keeping you up to date on sales, events, news and issues of concern and import happening right now in the Monsey community. DISCLAIMER: We do not endorse any ad found in this publication. We are not responsible for typographical or grammatical errors.

YOU KEPT OUR BOCHURIM BUSY

Many thanks for your Excursions about teen-friendly destinations for boys. Our bochurim were kept quite happily busy as they went from Treeventures to tubing to go-carting. They really had a blast in a kosher environment. Thank you for the

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I needed a Shabbos outfit and went to the local heimishe shops. It was Friday and the parking lot was filled with cars. As I headed towards the clothing store, there was a man collecting tzedakah. I gave him a dollar and continued on my way. Although it took a while, I finally found a top I liked. I paid for it and shopped at a few other stores. Once I was finished, I headed home. As I was unloading all my packages from my car, I realized the Shabbos top I had just bought was not there. I drove back to the mall and retraced my steps but I didn’t find my top. Exhausted, I went home and accepted that it was bashert for me not to have that top. I stepped into my house and went to listen to my messages. One message was from a lady who said she found my bag in a shopping cart outside. Although I usually put my receipt in my pocketbook, this time, by hashgacha pratis, it was in the bag with my name and phone number on it! Maybe it was the tzedakah I gave the man? Who knows, but a big thank you to the lady who did the right thing!

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WeighSmarter and the daily choices you make will determine whether you have a healthy, fit body. If you carry around the belief that a heavy genetic code means that you will be overweight for the rest of your life, realize that the problem is in your perspective — or in your belief that you’re stuck, and that there’s no point in taking the right actions to achieving your weight and health goals. I agree that it can be more of a challenge for people who have those genes, but falling back on the belief that they have no control is what is really keeping them from reaching their goals. I happen to know that many of the people who have a certain “gene” running in their families, and the ones who decided not to fall victim to their heritage, took the appropriate action and now live happy, successful lives, while some of their siblings — those who believe they are stuck forever — choose to remain stuck.

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Limiting Beliefs: Part II I would like to share two stories that I heard a while ago. There was once a woman who attended a weight-loss seminar and complained to the keynote speaker that despite “trying everything,” she couldn’t lose weight. “You’ve tried everything?” asked the speaker. “Everything,” the woman replied. “What were the last hundred things you tried?” asked the speaker. “Well,” the woman admitted, “I haven’t actually tried a hundred things.” “Then what were the last 25 things you did?” asked the speaker. “I haven’t exactly tried 25 things really, either,” the woman responded. “So how many things have you actually tried?” the speaker asked. “Maybe five or six,” said the woman sheepishly. Here’s the second story: Another woman complained bitterly to her doctor that obesity runs in her family, so the doctor replied, “No, the problem is that no one ‘runs’ in your family.” He went on to explain that while some people actually try 100 things in their effort to lose weight (though it depends on how they define “trying”), and while there is definitely a fat gene that runs in certain families, overweight people are typically influenced by their environment and are more a product of their family’s eating habits than their genetic coding. When you have heavy parents and are brought up eating the same portions and ingredients as they do, chances are that you will be heavy as well. The good news is that genes don’t have to control us; rather, our habits and actions are what affect our genetic expression. The food you eat, along with your attitude and overall lifestyle, affect which genes will be expressed and which ones will be suppressed. It’s all in your power,

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What is the best way to cut up a vegetable or fruit salad on Shabbos? The issur of tochen is when one takes an item that grows in the earth (‫ )גידולי קרקע‬and breaks it up into multiple pieces. Although in the mishkan, tochen was when the kernels were ground into fine flour, Chazal teach us that breaking up anything grown in the earth into multiple pieces is tochen, whether done through grinding, chopping, cutting or crushing. According to halacha, the issur of tochen applies even if the food was edible before the grinding and the food did not become more edible through the grinding process. Tochen applies also to nonfood objects such as wood, lead, rock, stone, etc. Tochen does not apply to foods that do not grow from the ground such as eggs, meat, fish etc. Therefore when making egg salad (eiyer tzievbel) the issur of tochen applies only to the onions. It is therefore assur to cut fruits and vegetables into small pieces. The poskim did not specify exactly what is considered “small” pieces, so two conditions have to be met in order for it not to be considered small pieces. 1. One should cut it into much larger pieces then one would do so during the week. 2. The size of the cut fruits or vegetables would be considered large pieces by most people. One should be machmir not to cut small tomatoes, peppers,

scallions, etc. into very thin slices or circles (even if they are not being diced). The Rama rules that one may cut vegetables into small pieces using a knife in the middle of the seudah or within a half an hour before the seudah. However, according to the Mishnah Berurah, one should be machmir and not cut into very small pieces, even in the middle of the seudah. Spreading avocado on bread, crackers etc., or mashing bananas is assur, because the food becomes small pieces, and then solidifies into one piece. It is muttar to mash foods such as bananas, avocado, or other fruits or vegetables in order to feed babies or elderly people. However, this should be done only right before eating. But according to the Chazon Ish, mashing of bananas and avocados is a stricter form of tochen and is always assur, without the above leniencies. Therefore where there is a need to feed the elderly or infants one should do so with a complete shinuy, using the handle of a fork on the back of a plate. There is no issur of tochen on foods that are fully cooked, such as potatoes or jam that has pieces of fruit in it. Therefore; • One may cut potatoes into small pieces in order to make a potato salad. • One may mash potatoes with oil or mayonnaise. • One may smear jam although it has pieces of

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fruit in it. (The above applies only to tochen. As far as losh (kneading) is concerned, it will be discussed in the next article IYH) The above apply only if the food is fully cooked and softened to a state where the surface becomes a little mushy, and the cooked food almost falls apart when pressed with the hand. Food that was originally ground and then stuck together as one unit, is not considered tochen. Foods like bread and cookies etc. may be broken up completely. It is also muttar to mix them with any liquid. However they should not be crushed as fine as matzah meal. If salt or sugar became clumped together it is muttar to break it up into fine pieces, the way they were before they got clumped together, but not to break it up into finer pieces like confection sugar. All the above leniencies do not apply with regards to grinding, chopping, cutting or dicing food with a utensil that is specifically for these purposes (keli meyuchad l’tchina). It is assur to use such utensils on Shabbos. The definition of a kelei meyuchad l’tchina is any utensil that is able with one act to cut the food into small pieces that are considered nidchan. Food choppers or dicers are considered a keli meyuchad l’tchina because one chop cuts the vegetables to small pieces. The food chopper is therefore muktza and is a keli shemelachto l’issur. An egg or cheese slicer is not considered a keli meyuchad l’tchina because the food would have to be put into the slicer a few times in order for the food to be considered small pieces. It is muttar to crush pills with a pill crusher. Thick dried mud may not be removed from one’s garments or shoes if the mud will crumble, as this is considered tochen. Although the mud was originally separate pieces, since it got stuck together by the rain and not through the act of a human being it is considered like a grown kernel.


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Long-time Monsey resident Reb Shlomo Hill, an ambassador of Yiddishkeit in the entertainment world, passed away last week at the age of 94. Born Solomon Krakowsky in 1922 and the grandson of a Rachmastrivka chasid, Reb Shlomo began his career working in the film and theater business, in addition to spending four years in the navy. Highly regarded as an up-and-coming talent, Reb Shlomo seemed to be headed for fame and fortune in the entertainment world, when a line about religion in a play ignited a spark in Reb Shlomo’s neshama. “I slowly became aware that there was something more profound going on in the world,” Reb Shlomo would later tell others, adding, “I was provoked to explore my religion.” That exploration involved into a full-fledged commitment to a life of Torah and mitzvos. Despite the difficulties, Reb Shlomo refused to compromise on his Yiddishkeit, passing up important roles that would have conflicted with Shabbos or yomim tovim and making tefilla b’tzibur a priority. One member of the entertainment industry who worked closely with Reb Shlomo praised him not only for his remarkable intelligence, but also as having “more moral authority than anyone else” in his field. Reb Shlomo built a close relationship with the Skverer Rebbe, Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef Twersky. Asked once to share what drew him to the Rebbe, Reb Shlomo said that seeing talented dancers in Skver, who danced with their neshama, not their bodies, had affected him profoundly. Over time, the Rebbe advised Reb Shlomo how to grow spiritually in his career and he successfully managed to continue in his chosen craft while remaining unflinchingly committed to a Torah lifestyle. Reb Shlomo delved into the real estate business while also immersing himself in his study of Torah. A beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Reb Shlomo was highly respected as a speaker and as a true role model who inspired many with his emunah and his avodas Hashem.

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Significant rainfalls over the last few weeks means good news for Ramapo residents as Rockland County takes its water conservation policies down a notch. Water restrictions have been lowered from Stage II to Stage I, allowing residents to hand wash cars and to wash paved surfaces, including sidewalks, driveways, and patios. Properties with odd number addresses can now water lawns, gardens and plantings on odd days of the month, with even numbered properties to be watered on even days of the month. While watering with a hose can take place at any time on designated days, watering via automatic or in-ground irrigation systems should take place only between midnight and 6am or 4pm to 10pm. Restaurants can still serve water by request only, and the use of non-recycled fountains, artificial waterfalls, and reflecting pools is still prohibited. (Rockland Times)

Community Emergency Squads Pitch in After Two Boys Get Lost at Bear Mountain State Park

Members of Hatzolah, Chaverim, and Misaskim were among the many volunteers who flocked to Bear Mountain on Thursday night and Friday morning after word went out that two 16-year-old boys from Brooklyn went missing on Thursday afternoon. The two 16-year-olds were part of a large contingent from Camp Karlin Stolin that went hiking at Bear Mountain on Thursday and were among a group of six who got lost. While four boys managed to find their way to Seven Lakes Drive, the remaining two spent the night in the park as members of the New York State Parks Police searched for them throughout the night. Volunteers were allowed back into the search area on Friday morning and their situation began looking up when they met a hiker with a cell phone. After using the phone to call for help, rescuers managed to track the phone and located the two boys near the Perkins Tower area. The teens were slightly dehydrated but were otherwise in good health.

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Stone By Chany Rosengarten Recap: Malka’las parents reluctantly give her their bracha to go to America, because the only alternative is sending the children to the orphanage. Malka’la turned her head to the window, because the woman in slacks sitting right next to her didn’t have to see an ugly face, emotions ravaging its landscape. Also, because the terror that gripped her as the metal holder of seats and passengers lifted off the ground was offset by watching it happen, how far from the ground, how small the land became, until it was just a sand-colored carpet knocking at the Mediterranean waters. This was the first time she had left the earthly grounds of the Holy Land, the land that could have held her her entire life until it accepted her back into the arms of her grave. But the Land had not provided for her. Or was it she who wasn’t able to provide for herself, was it she who needed to be spit out? The question didn’t matter so much, because she was a mother of children and she needed to feed them. Any mother is willing to do anything for her children, and this is what she had done, only she knew nothing of

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the greatness of her acts, only the devastation. They had lost a father. Now, for a time, they had lost their mother too. But they hadn’t really. They had their mother’s courageous love. Only she could barely acknowledge that. Recha’le and Esther’ka, unlike at the orphanage, went straight into the arms of their grandmother, and it was Aharon and Perale who refused to let go of the fabric of her skirt. They remembered too well the morning after Nachman left them forever, how they woke up waiting for their father to water down their chocolate milk, but he never came, and Malka’la, exhausted, told them to take whatever they wanted, which for those two, was an invitation for drink up all the milk and eat the bread and spill… until Nachman’s siblings arrived at the house to sit on low stools, and when they saw the spilled milk, they yelled, and told the children, “Your father isn’t here

anymore, but that doesn’t mean you can do whatever you want!” and Malka’la, too spent to protect her children, started her decline into widowhood at that exact moment. The decline that led to mothering with a heart empty of joy and operating out of instinct, barking orders like a dog, cleaning them like a cat, all by rote. “Where are you going?” The woman in slacks turned to her, when the bird was safely midair, and carts with food were being rolled out. “I’m going to America.” “That much is obvious,” the woman said, as she unpinned her tray. “I’m going to New York.” “Do you mind if I ask why? You don’t look the type to be a traveler.” Tears welled up in Malka’la again. It wasn’t clear that this woman was asking out of compassion, but her words acknowledged what Malka’la knew. She wasn’t the type. She had torn herself away from her home, from her children, from her family,


from her city, from the Land, the Holy Land. Torn away. Only an airplane, going against the force of gravity, almost chutzpadik with the very laws of nature, could yank her away from what was hers, her type, her identity. The yank had started not today, but when Nachman, one night when they were going to sit together and talk, just didn’t arrive home. He was taken, brutally taken, and that happening continued to unravel until now, until this moment here in an air-

Only an airplane, going against the force of gravity, almost chutzpadik with the very laws of nature, could yank her away from what was hers, her type, her identity. plane filled with people of whom she knew no one, and whom she didn’t want to know. Lech lecha, go from your land. How did Avraham Avinu, who was called to do it, take those steps? “I’m going because my children are orphans. I am unable to provide for them. But I hear the good Yidden in America give generously. So I’m going to collect.” “Collect? As in, you are going to schnor?” Her voice was low, softer than the hum of the engine extending from the wings on either side of the plane. “Yes.” “You? You don’t look… the type. I mean, I can see you need mon-


ey—,” she gestured at the flowing skirt that covered Malka’la in a layer of fabric that had been pretty when she got married, but not today — “but you have to be harsh for that job.” Malka’la nodded. “Life has hardened me.” “No, you don’t understand. People in America might have money. Or it might look, to the outsider, that they have. But it’s not extra. They’re not looking to give it away.” “I hear that they give tzedakah.” “They give. They’ll give you a dollar or two. If you’re lucky, you’ll have one or two people giving $20, $50 maybe. But you can’t get rich because they are rich. You bought a ticket, right? How are you planning to make that 1,000 dollars?” “It was $1,500.” “How will you pay this back?”

“Why are you telling me all this?” Malka’la asked. The fear was coming back. The intense anxiety she felt at giving her children their last few kisses in the hours before she left; who knew if they would see her again, or if they would survive the harshness of losing another parent, if only for a short stretch of time? Who knew if her ticket would pay off? How could she leave them? It was They will never understand. so far away unfamiliar. You will tell them your children and And the dread are hungry, they will imagine — was she dothe right your children have chicken and ing thing? Was potatoes, but not ice cream. there nothing — nothing else — she could “People are rachmanim. They have tried, before taking this will…” bold and risky step? “They won’t. They won’t. The air around her seat I’m telling you they won’t,” thinned out while she grasped the woman said. “I’ve lived in for breath through the darkAmerica many years. I grew up ness that invaded her line of viin Tel Aviv and moved to New sion. She was so afraid, gripped York. They have more than you by the fear like it was a demon do, but they need it. They have that could pick her up, throw a different lifestyle. And you her from one end of the world know what? They will never to another, and then set her back understand. You will tell them down, spent. your children are hungry, they Even worse than the fear was will imagine your children have the dread that came with feeling chicken and potatoes, but not it, the resistance, don’t go there, ice cream. You’ll tell them your don’t go down that road of terror, children have no clothes, they stay here… while she was gripped will think that you are missing in its reckless hands. bows.” When Nachman had… left,

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two nights after he passed, she felt it for the first time. A fear so great, the security of the world as she knew it pulled out from under her, that she could hardly breathe, and she was wracked, thrown, slashed in its temper. And then it passed, perhaps seeking more souls to ravage, perhaps for a break. She could never forget that feeling, which was so great, the only thing bigger than that was the Bashefer Himself. And now, on the plane, knowing, knowing with certainty that this trip was doomed to fail, was designed to destroy whatever was left of her, she gasped for breath. “Hashem,” she called out. The Bashefer was with her, wherever she was, no matter what choices she made, even if they were wrong. Even if she was far away, she was never far from Him. The spell, the hold that panic gripped her with, it released her, spit her out into calm. “Hashem, show me. Can you show me Your love? Even here?” The woman crossed her legs in her slacks. She took out a book and opened it at the bookmark. “I’m just preparing you, because you seem… optimistic.” 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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when I was growing up in Queens, anytime you heard about anyone living in Monsey, the question was always the same: Do they live up the hill or down the hill? Years later when I moved to Monsey, I found out that the hill was actually West Maple Avenue and that Monsey had expanded way beyond its humble roots to encompass a far wider area. Today, the area that outsiders call “Monsey” encompasses an ever-widening circle of neighborhoods, including Spring Valley, Pomona, Wesley Hills, Suffern, Chestnut Ridge, Hillcrest, New City, Hillcrest, and more. Moses Einhorn, a licensed real estate salesperson for Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty, said that price is a main reason for the explosive growth in the surrounding areas. “People can’t afford to live in ‘Old Monsey’ anymore,” Einhorn told The Monsey View. “People are looking at New City, Chestnut Ridge, and near Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern.

try level home. Some of those houses, like those in the northern and northwestern corners of Chestnut Ridge, might be walkable to main Monsey, while those on the southernmost fringes of Chestnut Ridge, on the northwestern edges of Pomona, and in Hillburn could be five or more miles away from the center of town. What geographic boundar-

Today, the area that outsiders call “Monsey” encompasses an ever-widening circle of neighborhoods, including Spring Valley, Pomona, Wesley Hills, Suffern, Chestnut Ridge, Hillcrest, New City, Hillcrest, and more. They will look in any direction as long as it is something normal with grass.” The most sought after homes in the area are those in the $350,000 to $500,000 price range, giving buyers an en-

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ies could there be to the growth of the greater Monsey community? “There is no limit,” said Einhorn. “It is all up to the demand. As long as people have a few friends or family members liv-

ing nearby, you can expand and expand and expand. Nothing will stop.” The only possible exception, at least for now, could be those who prefer to stay in the East Ramapo School District to avoid the potential conflict, as the Ramapo Central School District attempts to limit the number of busses used for students who live within its boundaries while attending East Ramapo schools. While there are some who prefer to live in more tightly clustered areas, Einhorn has found that most of his clients prefer a home that takes advantage of Rockland County’s more spacious vistas. “Anyplace that is affordable, where you can’t build multifamily houses, is what people want,” said Einhorn. Most buyers actually put the horse before the cart when it comes to buying a house, looking at properties before ascertaining just how much they can afford to spend.


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While there are some who prefer to live in more tightly clustered areas, Einhorn has found that most of his clients prefer a home that takes advantage of Rockland County’s more spacious vistas. discusses down payments on houses at different price points with potential buyers and further advises them on the financial realities of homeownership. “I ask them how much they want to spend over the next 30 years, including taxes,” said Einhorn. “People have to stay in their price range.” Do you really need an agent to buy or sell a house? No, acknowledges Einhorn. But having a professional involved in the process is a smart financial decision, despite the associated costs for both buyers and sellers. In addition to having extensive experience in the process of buying and selling — something that most people do just a handful of times in their

lifetimes — brokers have extensive databases of both available inventory and motivated buyers. Brokers can also be veritable fountains of valuable advice, and Einhorn himself has used a broker when buying and selling his own properties in order to take advantages of the many services they provide. “There are always new laws coming out, and it is important to have someone who is familiar with the latest legal issues guiding you in the right direction,” said Einhorn. “Real estate brokers are well acquainted with the paperwork and other requirements and can protect you from other problems that can arise during the process.” The benefits of sticking with


one broker, instead of working with multiple agents, cannot be overstated, said Einhorn. When you work with a single broker when either buying or selling a house, you build a relationship and have someone who is giving you their full attention. In addition, because all brokers are working with the same pool of houses, there is nothing to be gained by contacting various agencies. It is important to find a broker you’ll be comfortable with. Different brokers have different styles and it is important to find someone whose approach works well for you. “There are two kinds of people,” explained Einhorn. “Some are fast and want to be in and out of a house in 15 minutes, while others are like slow-moving vehicles and prefer to spend an hour checking things out. It is the same way with brokers, so it is important to find a broker who matches your needs. Investors might prefer a fast broker, while those in the market for a house might want someone who will spend a little more time with them.” Equally important is making sure that potential homeowners allocate enough time to see a house. “Don’t look at houses on a 30-minute lunch break,” advised Einhorn. “You are going to spend a few hundred thousand on a house. Milk you can buy on your lunch break. A house is something you need to understand, and you can’t see three houses in half an hour.” Those who move to Monsey with an eye towards further developing their property should look for an area that hasn’t changed its zoning qualifica-

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There are no areas that have cheap taxes, but in certain areas they can be very, very high. tions in the last ten or fifteen years, advised Einhorn. Those neighborhoods would typically be more receptive to additional development than those villages or towns that have tightened up their zoning codes in recent years. Another important factor to consider when buying a house in Monsey, or anywhere else, is property taxes. “There are no areas that have

cheap taxes, but in certain areas they can be very, very high, with some as high as $20,000 to $25,000 a year in taxes,” remarked Einhorn. “If you see a house that is going for $500,000 in an area where others are going for $700,000, check out the taxes, which can be double from one house to another in similar locations.” A selling price that is significantly lower could also signal


Check out why the price is so much lower,” counseled Einhorn. “Often there is a reason why. trouble, including structural problems, water issues, mold or termites. “Check out why the price is so much lower,” counseled Einhorn. “Often there is a reason why.” Hiring a home inspector to check out a property before you buy it is a must, advised Einhorn. “If you are buying a house for

$500,000, paying an inspector $500, a tenth of a percent of the price, gives you a great return on your investment. Things aren’t always the way they seem, and a certified inspector can let you know everything you need to know about your house and its systems.” Another important idea is to stay in touch with both your mortgage broker and your real

estate agent once every week or two to be aware of any important updates. “They are making money on your transaction, so you are entitled to be in touch,” said Einhorn. “Interest rates can fluctuate or something can happen with the seller. By staying in touch with your brokers, you can often gain a lot.” Finding a broker you can trust is no less important when it comes to selling your home. “Whatever your situation you are likely to get better results if you sell through a broker,” noted Einhorn. “He can protect you from a variety of issues, can show your house so that you don’t have to take off from work to show the house to potential buyers, and can save you endless hassles by taking care of paperwork.” While there are those who elect to try to sell their homes on their own, statistics show that nine home sales out of ten go through a broker. Einhorn noted that a significant portion of the homes that he has sold were originally listed as “for sale by the owner,” before they decided they were better off going the professional route. “You get better results and value when you use a broker,” said Einhorn. “You get a smoother deal, even at the same price, and generally bring in 10 to 15 percent more on a sale that an owner would get selling on their own.” The most important part of choosing the right broker is exactly the same, whether you are buying or selling a house. “Find a broker that matches your needs,” reiterated Einhorn. “Once you do that, everything should go smoothly.”

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By: B. Gordon On the surface, it may seem like a great idea: carve out a portion of your home, rent it out, and receive a steady influx of cash to cover your mortgage or bills. But it’s never so simple. “Renting out a house should be perceived as a business,” says Samantha Brooks, founder and CEO of a mortgage company. Like every business, sometimes you stand to gain, and sometimes you lose. Aside for the obvious benefits of renting out your home — such as increased cash flow and potential tax benefits — it’s also important to be aware of the potential pitfalls, down-sides, and losses. What are common landlord mistakes to be avoided? How do we determine whether renting out our place will be a successful endeavor or a failed investment? Learn from the common landlord mistakes listed below, which can determine whether you will emerge a winner or a loser.

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NOT PROPERLY CALCULATING INVESTMENT COSTS

Like any investment, renting out your apartment comes along with a price tag. Obviously, maintenance and repairs, both for standard and aesthetic reasons, is necessary if you want to keep a steady influx of responsible renters. And even the most conscientious of renters will not leave your home or apartment in the same condition you would. Anticipate that a significant amount of profits will be used for fixing leaky roofs, pipes, and broken heating or airconditioning units. Most responsible landlords will consider switching from homeowner’s insurance to landlord’s insurance, which is approximately 25% higher than regular homeowners insurance. Keep in mind that after all is said and done, a chunk of your end-of-year profits will be going directly to Uncle Sam. This is not to mention even less anticipated, but relatively common, occurrences, such as irresponsible tenants, hefty fines for not keeping up with the zoning or rental laws of the municipality, and insurance claims. Sit down with a calculator — or better yet — an accountant, and write up the costs of renting out your apartment in order to determine whether the gains will be worth your while.

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NOT BEING ADEQUATELY PREPARED Be prepared. Not everything will go perfectly smoothly all of the time. It is advisable to switch your homeowners insurance policy to a landlord insurance policy, which although more costly, offers an extra pillow of coverage, including any legal fees and lawsuits which might crop up during your tenure as a landlord, and any damage incurred as a result of a renter’s negligence. If you live far away from the rental home or don’t want the headache that comes along with renting out, you might want to hire a property manager. Many offer services which include taking care of your paperwork and taxes, checking up on the tenants, and handling regular maintenance and emergency repairs. Before renting out your home, inspect it thoroughly to avoid a possible future lawsuit. Check that the boiler is in good working condition, the driveway isn’t cracked, and the furniture, roofs, and floors are sound.

NOT FINDING RESPONSIBLE RENTERS OR ACTING LIKE A RESPONSIBLE LANDLORD Do your homework and make sure that the strangers you are letting into your home are not unsavory ones. Do a background check on their history, ask them to provide social security numbers, and check their credit scores. Don’t be shy; it is perfectly acceptable and advisable to ask prospective tenants what their monthly income is and why they are moving, as well as contact numbers of their employers/employees for references. Be sure to ask for a security deposit to cover the costs of potential negligence on their part. Considering renting out to a close family or friend? Think again. “Know the tenants, but not too well,” says Mark Burrage, director of home advice for USAA National Bank. It might become very difficult to enforce rules and payment deadlines for a relative or close friend or acquaintance.

NOT WRITING OR KEEPING SCRUPULOUS RECORDS

Do yourself a favor: Don’t ever rely on a handshake or word of affirmation to settle agreements. Write up a contract that is clear and all inclusive. This should include all your rules and expectations, including deadlines for payment. Penalties for not paying on time should be stated clearly and explicitly. If you want to make sure that the contract is halachically sound (in case you might ever need to present it to a beis din), it has to be free of erased words and cross-outs. Throughout the rental period, file away all important documents and forms of proof, including tax returns, receipts, records of eviction notices, and photographs.


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he recent volatility in real estate finance has led many job seekers to assume it’s not the best place to look for a career. The truth is, now is one of the best times to get started in mortgage industry. For one thing, the housing crisis chased many mortgage professionals out of the business, and people are needed to replace them as the market rebounds. In addition, recent government efforts are encouraging homeowners to apply for healthy, realistic mortgages, and people are needed to help secure them.

SKILLS FOR SUCCESS In the past, loan processors and loan closers/funders have required a degree in finance or economics. But that’s not necessarily the case anymore. Many organizations, like Ark Mortgage, train new employees for entry level positions, then continue their training while with the company. In time, they can rise to the level of underwriter and other positions without a degree of any sort. The traits of a successful candidate are the same as in many service industries. Good organizational skills, personal drive, and some computer skills are all requisites. But the most important is good people skills. Clients in the process of buying a home often need reassurance throughout the process. A good mortgage professional can make them feel more comfortable.

BROKER VS. LENDER What’s the difference and why does it matter? A broker is a middleman that negotiates a mortgage between a home buyer and a lender such as a bank. A lender, on the other hand, actually provides the funding for the loan. For most borrowers, either will work just fine. But for someone starting a career in the industry, the lender may be a better choice. That’s because only the lender can offer a number of career paths including underwriter.

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NOT KNOWING THE LAW

You don’t want to get caught in the clutches of the IRS or become knee-deep with fines and lawsuits. Speak to your attorney or real estate accountant to become acquainted with the tax and local property laws. Just to touch base, here are a few examples of some laws you will need to be aware of: • The Fair Housing Act stipulates that every tenant has the right to normal living, maintenance, and repairs. Everything under this category is the landlord’s legal responsibility. • New York law dictates that a renter who doesn’t pay his rent be given at least a three-day eviction warning. • In New York, it is your legal obligation to inform a prospective renter whether there is any noticed mold or lead paint in the home or building. • Profits derived from renting out your apartment is considered income which must be recorded on your tax return (you will probably need a 1040 form). Learn from your lawyer or accountant which repairs can be deducted from the income and what is the maximum deduction amount you are privileged to. • Federal Law forbids landlords to decline renting their home or apartment to anyone because of his or her race, gender, orientation, religion, or country of origin. To avoid getting into trouble with the law, be smart about where and in which papers you choose to advertise your home. • Steering, or trying to steer someone in the direction of renting out your property is illegal. “Saying something like: ‘There are a lot of kids in this area who are the same age as yours,’ violates the law,” says attorney Kristi Bunge. Refusing a prospective renter by telling him that the home is no longer available when it is, in fact, available, is against the law and can bring about an unpleasant lawsuit. Like any business, much of the success in renting out your place lies in conscientious planning, responsible action, and continuous reassessment. Renting out your home can be profitable if you learn the art of mitigating the risks of the trade.


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My Wonderful and Amazing Neighbors By Itta Shayowitz Moving into a new community is always a little stressful. You wonder who your new neighbors will be and what the community is like. In my opinion, the best way to judge the character of anyone, including your neighbors, is to see how they respond in times of crisis. Just a few months after we moved in, we had a family simcha down in Florida. The events of that fateful day proved to me that even when I’m not home, my wonderful neighbors will come through for me long distance! I’ll never forget that beautiful Friday morning. The sky was a brilliant blue and the roads to the airport were clear of traffic. It may have been January, but it was so beautiful out, it almost felt like summer. It doesn’t get better than that! My husband and I were relaxing in the car, listening to a CD that we had just purchased. We had dropped off all three kiddies at my brother’s house (he was gracious enough to have them) the night before, and we were on our way to the airport early in the morning, soon to join the rest of the family at the Shabbos bar mitzvah. As we sped along the highway, I did a mental checklist in my head. “Let’s see… Did I remember to pack a snood? Check. My

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Shabbos sheitel? Check. Shabbos outfit? Check. Driver’s license? …. Driver’s license?! Oh no!!” My heart starting beating like crazy. “Umm, Dovid…?” “Hmm?” “Ummm, so I think I forgot my driver’s license at home.” My husband doesn’t panic easily. “C’mon,” he said. “Check your pocketbook. I’m sure it’s in there.” So here’s a little secret. I have this habit of leaving my pocketbook at home whenever I go out with my husband. That way I know I get to keep the pretty cash in my bag. (Hee, hee.) “Uh. You’re right. It’s in there. But I left my pocketbook at home.” It was a surreal conversation to be having as we were speeding closer and closer to the airport, and far ther a n d farther f r o m m y I D

that was sitting at home. Oh, and I believe I mentioned that it was Erev Shabbos! In January! With very little choice, we had to come up with a Plan B, and quickly. We had totally different thoughts on how to proceed. My plan? I would be a good wife, drop my husband (and his ID) off at the airport, and send him off without me. Then, I would drive back to Monsey and spend Shabbos with my brother’s family and my kids. Not my favorite option, as it meant I would miss the simcha, but in such situations, it is what it is. My husband had a totally different plan in mind. When all else fails, he proclaimed, you consult with other people. So we pulled over and started making calls. Luckily, we found somebody that told us without a doubt, that it is possible to travel


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without the proper documentation, as long as you can present two pieces of ID with your name on it. Ahh, easy enough, I thought. I’ll just show them my credit cards… Yikes! My credit cards! They’re all in the pocketbook together with my license! (By the way, in case you are all wondering: I have since then never, ever left my house without my pocketbook. Lesson learned.) It was then that I thought about calling our neighbors, the Kleins. Maybe, just maybe, they could help. I wasn’t really sure how, but I was getting desperate. I called Shoshana Klein from the car. “Hi, how are you? Are you home now, by any chance?” “Hi Itta. I’m actually on my way to work. Why? What’s up?” So I told Shoshana the whole story, how I was on the way to the airport, but my ID was back home. Finally, I said, “Look, forget about it. I don’t want to bother you if you’ve left your house. I’ll call someone else.” But Shoshana was having none of it. “Oh Itta, how awful! Don’t even think of calling anyone else. I’m turning around right now. Just tell me your combination and I’ll take care of it.” Wow. I was overwhelmed with gratitude. “Thanks so much Shoshana. You’re amazing! Uh, just one more thing…” “Yes?” “Don’t look at the mess, okay?” Within minutes, Shoshana had located my pocketbook as well as my license. It was sitting on the kitchen counter where I had left it just the day before. But now what to do? How was it going to get to

the airport? We continued making calls, my husband on his phone, and me on mine. We asked everybody if they knew of anybody going to La Guardia airport that morning, and asked them to make more calls on our behalf. I knew we would need a miracle. A few minutes later (although it seemed like two hours) our miracle happened! A neighbor called in: “Hi, it’s Nechama Rosenberg. My husband is leaving to the airport in half an hour and I heard you were looking for someone. Does somebody need a ride?” I couldn’t believe this was happening! I told Nechama our story. Meanwhile, Shoshana drove over to the Rosenbergs and dropped off the license. (I never did get to find out if her boss actually believed her story of why she was late to work that day.) And an hour and a half later, Gershon Rosenberg pulled in at the Delta Terminal with our precious cargo. We ran to catch our flight, having arrived just in time to hear the ground crew announce: “Last Call for David and Itta Shayowitz, Flight 293 to Miami, departing from Gate 6.” And we made it! Tearful, joyful, and more than a little stressed out — but we made it. The simcha was absolutely beautiful. But not as beautiful as the heartwarming feeling I get everytime I think about this story and my wonderful and amazing neighbors. I know I am truly blessed to have found a one-of-a-kind community where people really care for each other and go out of their way to help others. Only in Monsey.


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Travel time: 41 minutes from Monsey Aviation enthusiasts, this event is for you! Watch an impressive lineup of aircraft perform stunts and acrobatics in the air, as some of the nation’s top military and civilian air show performers will soar over Stewart International Airport.

Sunday, September 4 will be the second day of the Air Show — the first day being September 3, on Shabbos.

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The Air Force “Thunderbirds” will present precision aerial maneuvers to exhibit the capabilities of modern, high performance aircraft. Their demonstration is a mix of formation flying and solo routines, which will demonstrate the training and precision of Air Force pilots.

The U.S. Navy F-18 Hornet Demo will feature the full capabilities of this twinengine supersonic fighter jet, which can be launched and landed onboard an aircraft carrier. Having a top speed that is almost twice the speed that sound travels, or approximately 1,200 miles per hour, this show will be fascinating.

The West Point Parachute Team will showcase their unique skills with freefall demonstrations by West Point cadets.

As commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the B-25 Mitchell Bomber will be featured at the show. For a mere $425-donation to the Delaware Aviation Museum, you can experience firsthand what it was like for flight crews aboard this bomber. (443-4588926, for more information or to book your ride.)

The L-39 Cold War Era jet will also be part of this year’s performer lineup.

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The world-famous Geico Skytypers will perform precision maneuvers, as well as “type� giant messages in the sky. Skytyping produces a letter every four seconds in a dot-matrix pattern. The messages are as tall as the Empire State Building and are visible for 15 miles in any direction! Among the other demos are a U.S. Coast Guard Search and Rescue demonstration, and fascinating aerobatics performance that leaves spectators mesmerized, as airplanes flip over, leave colored trails, and stay hanging in the air, or landing on an RV. There will also be an exhibit area of over 50 acres, with military and a civilian aircraft on display, including bombers, helicopters, and tanks. Come early enough to see the stuff on the ground before the flying starts.

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Wellspring ofWISDOM By: Kaila Weingarten, MS Ed

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Make Moving Easier on Your Kids Moving is hard on everybody, but especially young children. To toddlers, moving is like having their entire world taken apart, which literally is what’s happening. Although toddlers don’t have to face the financial and logistical stresses associated with moving, it can still be a difficult transition. Two-year-olds often struggle with mundane changes in their routine. If parents are sensitive to their children’s needs and fears, however, many stresses of moving can be mitigated. Tell your toddler only what she needs to know. Until you’ve finalized your moving plans, there’s no need to let your child in on them. Moving is a pretty big concept for toddlers; that little brain can comprehend only so much. Plus, if you change your mind, or a potential deal falls through, she may be even more confused or upset for no reason. HOUSE-HUNTING: Try to schedule appointments at a time when your child is fed and rested; mid-mornings or mid-afternoons are often a good time to try. Bring along a toy that doesn’t make noise or have small parts, and is lightweight enough for your child to carry. This way you and the realtor can talk easily. If it’s a nice day, you don’t

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even have to bring your child indoors. Wait out in the yard with your child, while your spouse makes the rounds inside, then switch off. (It’ll take longer to see the house, but you’re less likely to miss something.) PACKING: When it comes time to start packing, ask your toddler to help you pack up her room. This will reassure her that all her toys and treasures are coming with her, and she’ll also be more comfortable knowing where her things are. You may have to repack later, but when you bring your kids into the process, it gives them a sense of ownership and control. Label her boxes clearly, and put them with the items that you plan to unpack first. If you are going to arrive at your new house before your furnishings and other belongings arrive, you may want to pack a small suitcase or box with your toddler’s most important paraphernalia and take that with you in your car. LEAVING FRIENDS BEHIND: If you’re leaving people who’ve been really special in the lives of your child (moving farther from Bubby and Zaidy?), create something special that’s linked to


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those people. Get them to give your child as a keepsake. Create a small photo album, or do something else creative to help your child feel connected. Once you move, call frequently and revisit pictures of old friends. Use photos strategically. Take pictures of every room in the old house. Is there a particular nook that your tot enjoys hiding in? Document all of it for posterity, and collect the photos in an album that she can flip through whenever she wants. When you put an album together, put a picture of the new home last. EMOTIONS: To a young child, the world is a big place filled with concepts that are hard to understand. They rely on objects they recognize to make sense of everything else. After a move, they may become clingy and fearful. You might want to let them carry around their “lovey” more as they adjust. Give your child extra attention. This is challenging when you’ve just moved and there are so many things to do, but remind yourself to slow down and give your child lots of attention. Put it on your todo list if that helps. If you work, take some time off or get up a little earlier in the morning so you can give the extra attention. TOURING: If possible, take your kids on an advance tour of your new house and point out sites

that will matter: the playground, school, and grocery. Doing so will help take some of the mystery and apprehension out of the move so your kids will worry less. If your children will be attending a new daycare or school, go and visit before the first day. Meet their teachers and let them see the classroom. On your last day at the old house, accompany your toddler on a tour of every room so she can say goodbye. While this exercise may seem silly and time-consuming to you, it means a lot to a toddler, and enables a smoother transition. MOVING DAY: When my sister recently moved, she let her children see the moving truck in the morning. Even if you don’t have the children with you the entire day of the move, the image of the truck helps them concretize the idea of moving. Children’s basic needs are pretty simple; they want shelter and sustenance. Once you’re at the new house, set up their room first. Make sure they have access to the possessions they love and use all the time, such as favorite books. That way, they have a safe haven to go to when they feel overwhelmed. Unpack the kitchen next, so your children know they can get something to eat whenever they want. Provide as much continuity as you can by maintaining the same bedtime rituals.

If possible, keep the old crib and sheets for the little ones. REGRESSION: Temporary regression is a natural way for young kids to deal with a stressful situation. Intense feelings about a move can also lead to sleep disruption, appetite change, clinginess, and tantrums. Some children become afraid to sleep by themselves, or become fearful. Usually, children will return to their normal selves after they’ve had an opportunity to adjust to their surroundings. If those feelings persist for more than a few months or interfere with everyday activities, check with your pediatrician. Call Wellspring for any concerns of you may have. As an established agency for over fifteen years, our experience, professionalism, and personal approach will give your child the boost needed when necessary. If you are moving from another city or state to Monsey, and your child already received early intervention or preschool services, call Wellspring to see if you can transfer with minimal disruption. We hope you enjoyed this series. For questions or comments email: kaila@wellspringei.com

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In a beautiful world where everything’s pure Where neshamos are resting, so warm and secure It was time to send out a new team of souls Each with unique, individual roles Each with a mission, one-of-a-kind That only Hashem in His wisdom assigned But the holy neshamos preferred to remain In the World of Perfection, the World of no pain For who could bear to leave the place Of sweetness and joy in the Shechina’s embrace? But it had to be done, it was part of the plan That Hashem in His goodness created for man So every neshamah would try to appeal Begging to get the “better deal” A mission, a tafkid, that wouldn’t take long A chance to quickly choose right from wrong To move ahead in the right direction And very soon achieve perfection Allowing the yearning neshamah to go Straight back Home where its light could glow Home where evil has no place And sheker dares not show its face And one is free to praise and sing And glorify the Only King And Shaindy, it was you He chose Your sweet soul, from all of those Who asked if they could be the one Whose task would be the soonest done. Surely you are happy there But still we’ll miss you, Shaindy dear And even if you’re not beside us You will always be inside us.

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Efraim (9) and Yechiel (8) Lunger build a bridge

Duddy Moshel, 3 and a half New square

Mordche Bayer and Chesky Grunbaum made a big chasuna hall and invited everyone to come and cool off indoors!

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Plan Ahead for Your Purchase by Ann Zeilingold What should one expect when he meets his mortgage professional for the first time? Is there a fee? What should one bring? What information should he make sure to walk away with, and even before all that, when is the right time to initiate contact with a mortgage professional? A person should reach out to a mortgage professional in the very beginning, even before he is quite “ready.” This initial meeting, which can take place in person, on the phone, and even (not optimally) via email, should be a fact-finding meeting. Potential borrowers need to know if their credit is where it needs to be, how much money they will need to be able to purchase a home, and if they earn enough to be able to be approved for a mortgage loan. They also need to know what to do if they are lacking in any of the above areas. Possibly, they need to strengthen their credit, and pay off some balances. Maybe they need a co-signer and need to figure out who is eligible to be one. Will any of their family members help them with a gift, and if their money is coming from a source not acceptable for the mortgage, what should they do? After this meeting, clients should be clear with where they stand; what the maximum purchase price they should be shopping for is, what they need to do, what the time frame is, and what the monthly mortgage payments will be. They also need to have a good estimate of how much money is needed to close. The paperwork required in order for the mortgage professional to answer all these questions is the following: The last two years’ personal and business federal tax returns, last one month of pay stubs, and last two months’ bank statements. If there is going to be a co-signer, the same

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information is required along with the co-signer’s current housing cost (rent or mortgage). The meeting is normally ½ hour to 1 hour, depending on the complexity of the situation. Since it is all hypothetical at this point, the numbers are estimated, as are the taxes and insurance figures. Once the client starts shopping for a home, then the figures will be fine-tuned. Jay L. was looking into moving to Pomona. He was coming from Brooklyn. When we reviewed his documents, we realized that his credit score was low, mostly because he had allowed his credit to go dormant, meaning he had not used any credit cards for years. He also had very little of his own money in the bank, and he had been on his current job for less than two months, with no prior work history. After a lengthy discussion, Jay knew exactly what to do. We figured he would need three months to get on track. Over the next three months, Jay used his credit cards, minimally. He called his parents and grandparents who gifted


him money in order to purchase a home. He got letters from the kollels that he had been learning in for the past few years, who wrote him letters stating his affiliation and length of time he’d been there. Only then did he look for a home. He just went into contract and plans to close in the next 45 days. Yoel F. actually found a home. The sellers liked him, and wanted to sell to him. The problem was that his co-signer and his assets were not in place. He was under a lot of pressure because another offer had come in. Yoel could not put everything together in time and he lost the house. While disappointed, he understood that he had simply not been ready yet. Had he prepared prior to finding a house, this would not have happened, and he and his wife would not have needlessly suffer disappointment. Sharon L. wants to move from Brooklyn, but her credit

score is low. She contacted a real estate agent who actually found her a home to see. When a pre-approval was not forthcoming, the seller did not allow the home to be shown. Sharon wants to buy, but she will need a year to clean up her credit and to file their next tax return, since her husband is self-employed just short of two years. Sharon is waiting until next year. She knows what she needs to do and she has a clear plan. Since most initial consultations are free of charge, there is no reason not to plan your mortgage and the purchase of your home. Careful and advance planning can save you money, anguish, time, and anxiety.

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MBR SET Gorgeous wood D&W New condition master bedroom set to sell orig. $6,000 now only $2,200!! OBO! call 845-642-8997

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FURNITURE

Brand New! Genuine Tiffany Daisy Key Pendant with diamond on chain. Great price for the discerning buyer. 347-419 4521

Beautiful white dresser with mirror and night chest for sale brand new condition. Call 845425-1853

LEATHER FURNITURE Tan leather sofa, loveseat, and recliner. Also interesting shaped marble/walnut table.All in good condition. (845) 352-1956 $900 for all pieces

STERNS SET

Hydraulic Facial Bed for sale. Brand new still in box. Please call 347.423.1301

Gorgeous Italian set for sale. Perfect condition $3,200. Inc. headboards, night table, armoire, dresser and mirror. 3474860344.

MASSAGE TABLE

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for sale. Gorgeous and in a perfect condition! 4 glass doors. Call 845-918-1753

BEDSPREADS Brand new magnificent custom bedspreads by Ben barber and accessories 3474862881

DR SET White wood dining room set for sale 1500.00 table 6 chairs and 2 door breakfront 845.425.1728.

HIGH-RISER two high-riser beds with good mattresses. hardly used @$250 each (frame and 2 mattresses) call 845-352-1956

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ANTIQUE FURNITURE mahogany lockable bar w/ glassware $200 combination curio/bookcase and desk with drawers $250 small cabinet w/ open shelf $30 call (845) 352-1956

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MATTRESS SALE Full size mattress with box spring and 4 full size sheet sets $145 Please call 845-664-2109

LG FRIDGE two door fridge stainless steel in perfect condition please call 845.570.3002

REFRIGERATOR LG white side by side with freezer on bottom. bargain price 400 or offer. 347-581-1053

WASHER DRYER Stackable washer dryer for sale. Asking $400. 845-425-3061

FRIGIDAIRE Brand new, for sale. 30” white fridge. Regular $650 now for $395. Please call 845-425-6577

TIFFANY NECKLACE

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

TRENDY JEWELS Carrying a beautiful collection of fashion and sterling jewelry. 12 N Cole Ave. Call or text 347-4601512

TREADMILL SALE New Balance treadmill for sale Please call 845-664-2109 $125

BIKE Jamis Ventura Lightweight road bike 58cm frame, ex con asking $450 call 845-425-8290

POTATO HEAD TOYS 5 Mr. Mrs. and Baby Potato Heads and 50+ Body Parts and Accessories For Only $35! Value:$75.00 Call/Text: 845-6595383

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

KIDS BICYCLE Fuji dynamite 24” neon green bike Good condition $145 Please call 845-664-2109

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Advance Personal Double Pump. All new. Complete in unopened box. $200. Call: 845-587-2148

2 matching black hotpoint ovens, in perfect condition , for sale $300 each- or both for $550, text/ call-845-323-7365

new in box. Call 845-356-1932

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5 light bronze chandelier & two 3 light bronze chandeliers, brand new in an open box for below wholesale price 718-437-0797.

and good start soy formula cans for sale @ 12 each 9292513777

KOELSTRA CARRIAGE Single, in excellent condition for sale ‎please call langsam 3640257

Selling burgundy leather sofa and loveseat in good condition. $1,000 for both. Each is $500. Please call 845 352 2784

GARBAGE CANS

GIFT CARD

big outdoor, on wheels only 2 for $100 call 201 500 8149

Best Buy gift card in the amount of $430.00 (it does not expire) to sell for the best offer received. Please call at 718-437-0797

BUSINESS FOR SALE Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase an existing retail business in the Monsey area. Existing retail store thrives on creativity and innovation in the food arena. Owner moved out of Monsey and looking to sell for any reasonable offer. Please email jbat6281@gmail.com Luzi Friedman 845-541-3339

SILVER WIPES

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LUXURY CRYSTAL Exquisite Baccarat tiered cake server on pedestal. Magnificent gift or treat yourself. Great deal for the luxury buyer! 347-4194521

VACUUM Looking to sell upright vacuum & snap n go plz call 845-517-7128

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

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DAKTARIN CREAM

Powered to recline and lift. Super comfy chair in great condition. $200 or best offer. Call/Text 848299-2271

Now selling baktaringel & cream for thrush.Delivery avail. 845.352.4650

ELECTRIC SCOOTER E300 For Sale In brand new condition. (845) 426-3946

DOLLHOUSE Grand Mansion Dollhouse + 15 Family Figures + 50 Furniture Pieces/Accessories Only $200. Value $400. Call/Text: 659-5383

4 Sale, 10 pairs Palm 100 Comfort Tights Taupe XS/S. Great Price. 425-2067

FUNDRAISING SOFTWARE Simple-Fundraising program for Fundraisers and Shuls. $500. Free trial. Customizations available. Call 914-980-4943.

LEITER’S SUKKAH for Sale. 8 x 9 asking $800 for 1st floor only. Please call 845-2748876.

SUKKAH STARS Unique sukkah stars ready made and available for great price limited amount. Call 845-4261249

VASES Beautiful glass hanging vases in assorted sizes and shares very limited amount filled or empty 845426124 9

BURBERRY BRIT perfume 3.3 oz for very good price 8456597664

FASCINATE HATS up to date hats; down to earth prices! last licks of SUMMER SALE! call Draizy Wercberger anytime 425-9234

HEADS UP Capes teens, adults, children. Wool capes, optional matching berets. Turbans, snoods. Sale items, too! Phyllis Terrace. Call 845-608-1547

SALON CHAIR Pibbs salon chair and sheitel rack for sale. Both in new condition. 263-7370.

BUGABOO CAMELEON 2013 model navy with red trimming. $500 obo. 425-1937

FISHER PRICE geotrax train set.Huge collection $75 425-1937

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POP UP SUKKA Barely used. 44 x 44 inches. Costed $140. Selling for $100. 371-8221

BABY-GRAND PIANO Beautiful Kawai baby grand piano Hardly used... polished walnut wood includes bench 845-3521956

JOBS

SILK SCARVES for sale. $50 and up! 845-5383648

Great Opportunity! Hamaspik of Rockland is looking for a female to work with a special needs, high functioning young lady, part-time. Computer knowledge a must.

Please call: 845.570.3020 or 845.425.5011

CHALLAH YOM TOV RENTAL

VACATION RENTAL

LOOKING TO BUY

for large family Rosh Hashana through Succos 7 bedroom, large kitchen. Carlton estates area $ 7,900 Email MonseyRental@ gmail.com

Beautiful, newly renovated 2 Bedroom for rent this week and Shabbosim. Ground Level. (267) 226-2820

Looking to buy past winter velor teel built up from lulu size 18m 24m or 2 call or text 3477313670

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4 bedroom 3 Baths, in-ground pool,gorgeous grounds, walk to 4 Shuls Motivated seller $560,000.00. (845) 364-9588

For Rent SUMMER RENTAL

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

LOOKING for a room or small apartment for a low rent in monsey please call Devorah at 347-874-1700 or 917-933-9589

LOOKING to rent two bedroom apartment in Calvert Dr area please call 347984-1531

CALVERT DR.

FURNISHED- E.Y.

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

1 bedroom apartment for rent on R’ Imrei Binah. Available from now until after Succos. Please call (917)789-3889 or (845)499-8306.

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

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SEMI-FURNISHED 1 bedroom, plus spacious kitchenette, inc. appliances, central air, Prime location in private house. Call 596 - 3169

TISHREI RENTAL

Beautiful private 3 bedroom house, available to rent for Labor Day weekend. Please call 426 1291.

SPRING VALLEY

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

4 ROOM Available in the Yale area. Available immediately! Pls call 845 222-3130

BRAND NEW 2 bedroom walk in apt on Dunhill lane. Please call 718-795-6965

very big apartment for entire tishrei.adar court.347-581-1053

DANA RD walk in,1 bedroom, full bath, dining room and kitchen, $1200 call 845-800-3573

3 BEDROOM apartment in nice area (near shull grocery) avail from sept. 8 till sept. 18 for good price, please call 845-290-6149

PRICE DROP 2 Huge bdrms + living/dining/ study area +big dinette +Brand New Kitchn incl Stainless Steel Appliances 10952pm@gmail.com or 845 37R-ENT7


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Miami Beach, Carriage Club North Beautiful 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, pool,Ground Floor, Backyard, Availablefor Succos & winter.Call: 845-274-3175

Furn/unfurn 3 room walk-in w/all appliances. Sep entr & driveway. Long/short term. Great 4 chosson-kallah. 845-826-4188

SHABBOS RENTAL 2 bedrooms, kitchen and eating area. Linen and towels provided. Beautiful grassy fenced in property. Call to reserve: 2130978

SHABBOS GETAWAY Katz Family Getaway in Kingston, NY is the place. call 845-334-9044 or email leah@ iloveganisrael.com

YERUSHULAYIM 1 bedroom apartment for rent in Kiryat Sanz/Belz, Yerushalayim for month of Tishrei. Call 011(972) 53-317-2541 or 011(972) 53-3174254.

YERUSHALYIM New 2 bedroom apartment in belz area available from rosh hashana until after succos with Succah 011972548473685 or 011972548473698

FURNISHED 2 Bedroom suite available with small kitchenette, small table and chairs,full bathroom, nearly new 845-642-9138

HERRICK AVE. 3½ Bedrooms, Nice kitchen, Dining Room, Porch, laundry room 1½ bathrooms. Central A/C Avail. Sept 1st Call 845-425-8873

TISHREI RENTAL 1/2 bedroom apt avail for the whole tishrei, Maple lf area. 3 min from viznitz shul. please call(845)608-6830

SUCCOS RENTAL Brand new 5 BR Apt. on North Cole for rent from Oct 13 till Oct 26. $2000. call (347)-731-2811

APARTMENT AVAILABLE Beautiful 4 room apt available for rent located on Wiener Dr. Please call 709 2304

‫אפיס פאר רענט‬ ‫ רומיגע דירה געאייניגט פאר אפיס פאר רענט‬3 659-4330 ‫אין צענטראלע געגנט ביטע רופט‬

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

TWO ROOM office to rent in a nice and quiet area private entrance. Call 8454260269

PRIVATE OFFICE plus detached warehouse for storage or workshop in Airmont near rt. 59 Call 347.709.7097

WEST ST. 2 room office space for rent, in a heimishe office bldg. private entrance. Call or Text: 845-5386841

GARAGE SPACE 500 sq ft (separate from house) available for rent . Great for storage Please call 845-274-0800.

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

Wedding Gowns and Dresses GOWN Beautiful off white and gold gown available for rent. Size 2-4. Call/text 201-364-1522.

MAGNIFICENT Wedding Gown for Rent/Sale Color: Sapphire Blue -Size 8 (older girl or young lady (Cocktail length) Call: 845-352-7170

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

ELEGANT GOWN high-end; “Sister of the Bride” gown now available. Soft light Pink, custom made by Raquels in Flatbush. Size 6/8. Call (845) 371 1997 (845) 587 2195

PARTY DRESS Sister of the bride sz 2 silver grey. lace top, Silk bottom. 845 222 4034

BEAUTIFUL GOWN sister of bride, mauve & off white size 8-10 please call:845- 2001689

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

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

GOWN Married sister of the bride champagne size 4 for rent 845422-1588

RITA AVE

CUSTOM MADE

Office for rent. Walk in. pls call 538-6071

Magnificent dress size 0-2 to rent (teal coloring) pls call 426-5039

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FOR SALE FOR RENT JOBS SERVICES GEMACHIM

THE BEAUTIFUL DRESS

IMMEDIATE OPENING

FT POSITION

Black, for mother of bride. LARGE SIZE. call/text: 845-5383648

Office in Monsey seeking F/T female employee. Duties include handling phone calls, computer work, and customer service. Graduates welcome. email resume openofficeposition9@gmail.com.

for sister of bride. size 8-10. call/ text: 845-538-3648

F/T secretarial position. Shomer Shabbos company. Excellent knowledge Excel necessary, organized, multitasking, computer saavy. Good pay. Email resume to jobopening.tb@gmail.com, fax 877-625-3691

OFF WHITE

REAL ESTATE BOOKKEEPING

children gowns for rent. sizes:6-8-10-12-14. call/text:845538-3648

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

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.

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.

GOWN

PURCHASING ASSISTANT

An exquisite kleinfeld gown size 0-2 for sale. Call 917 474 5673

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.

NAVY DRESS

GOWN

GOWN Beautiful size 18/20 designer fabric gown, room to let out or down, for rent/sale. Pls call 8456416184.

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

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Adler’s Insurance is looking to hire a girl with excellent communication skills, passionate about customer service, able to juggle multiple priorities, work along with a team. Fax your resume to 845-356-5690 or email hr@adlersinsurance.com

EVEREST EQUITY The Everest Equity Company is looking for a detail-oriented competent applicant to structure loans. Must have strong communication skills and be a creative thinker. Qualified applicants only, please send resume tosaram@everestequity. com or fax to 845-357-6175.

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SECRETARY ‫געזוכט א געלונגען מיידל פאר‬ ,‫ ערליך חסידיש פלאץ‬,‫מאנהעטען אפיס‬ .‫גאר גוט באצאלט מיט גוטע פאטאנציאל‬ Text or voicemail 718-208-9285

BOOKKEEPER Looking for a part time experienced bookkeeper. email resume to idy30@optonline.net Call 845 323 9308

ON-LINE BUSINESS seeking a responsible detail oriented girl for full-time entry level job, including research listings describing items. Call (845)800-3573

SECRETARIAL POSITION in Heimishe s.v. office. should be efficient, detail oriented and able to multi task. Basic computer skills a must. Knowledge of graphics or InDesign a plus. Good Environment. great pay. Email tosmspringvalleyjob@gmail.com.

FULL-TIME POSITION

JOB OPENING Responsible girl needed for receptionist for local frum office. Computer knowledge necessary. email resume to bctlist@gmail. com or fax to 845-363-0900.

RECEPTIONIST Dr. Carl Guterman seeks a part time medical receptionist for his busy Hackensack practice. Please forward resume pedseyesjobs@ gmail.com; 201342-5544.

SECRETARY WANTED Office in Monsey seeking P/T eventually F/T female secretary, must have basic computer skills, Quickbooks and Amazon experience a plus. Lots of potential. please email jobs0670@gmail.com

REAL ESTATE OFFICE Looking to hire a self motivated and outgoing woman/girl. Must possess strong communication skills and have a car. Commission based, flexible hours. Great potential. Pls email resume to meyer@metrexgroups.com

F/T EMPLOYEE Looking to hire f/t female employee with some Amazon experience. Nice Pay. Please email skar10952@gmail.com

HANDYMAN Handyman / contractor seeking to hire talented Bochurim or college students to assist on site. 862 505 9546


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APPAREL STORE

SALES GIRL

SHADOW

Looking for a f/t saleslady. Energetic, organized, good personality excellent opportunity call: 845-579-5612.

looking for a worker, sales girl, and online business . computer knowledge a must please email to employeesknt@gmail.com

Seeking Female Shadow 12:30-5 For 11 year old in mainstream yeshiva Call/text 848-299-1286

TRAVELING STORE is looking to hire a bucher/ yungerman. drivers licence a must. hours vary some early mornings and late nights. good pay 845 425 4698 or 845 517-8385

DRIVER looking for a steady driver for the next few months. 845-6597555

WIG SALON

ASST TEACHERS Last 2 Positions! 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.

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT

Looking for a Jewish History Teacher for grades 6-8. Please emailhr@chedermonsey.org

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

TEACHER Cheder seeking English teacher. Good pay. 845-418-3232

TIRE MEDIC

Seeking a math - algebra/ geometry teacher. Please fax resume to 845-517-3438 or 845371-8299

SEASONAL EMPLOYEE Chic Lingerie is looking for a p/t-f/t employee for the yom tov season. Well paid. Please email susan@chiclingerieny.com

JEWISH ORGANIZATION looking for home callers to sell a timely product. Position available immediately. High commission paid. Call 845-426-0125

FEEL THE PAIN FREE DIFFERENCE

Warm Heimishe babysitters available in the Maple/Main street area. Accepting children ages 6 weeks to 20 months old. Small group. Lots of individual attention. We’ll treat your cuties like our own! Call Zissy Koenig (347) 651-7382

HISTORY TEACHER

looking for secretary to help with wig blow drying, computer work and customer service. Must be friendly, professional and have excellent blow drying skills. 845445-7310.

Local tire repair company looking to hire an employee full or part time. Great pay. Contact Tzaly, 1-845-538-6219

BABYSITTER

HS TEACHER

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

EXPERIENCED English teacher can help turn your varied thoughts, into a great term paper. Text 845-422-1891.

ASSISTANT Cheder seeking preschool assistant. Call & leave msg 914200-3746.

BABYSITTER needed a few days for week of September 4 for 2 children ages 3 and 5. Call 845-641-0290.

MOTHER’S HELPER wanted in Decatur area, few hours a week to help, including laundry and food prep. please call 8454262823

HELP WANTED Looking for woman to babysit in my home. Monday thru Wednesday. Afternoon hours. Please call: 845-548-3019

BABY-SIT IN MY HOUSE Mon.-Thurs. 12:30-3:30. Bates Area. Please call 845.729.9682. Leave name and telephone number

QUEEN OF THE TEEN SCENE CHANIE GENUD Certified laser hair removal specialist

845.323.8886 Book your appointment


FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE BABYSITTER WANTED Part-time babysitter wanted in my home. Twice a week from 2:45 to 4:30. Jill Area. 425-3721 or 570-7854

BABYSITTER Looking for babysitter in my home Monday - Thursday from 3:00pm 5:00pm. please call 845-641-4661

JOBS

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

BABYSITTER

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

Looking for a babysitter in my house Monday and Thursday 2:45-5:30. 914-299-1044

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT in Bates Horton area, is looking for a responsible girl for assistant Position. please call 845.379.4711

BABYSITTER WANTED Frum babysitter needed for Sunday 2-6 pm and one or two other days 3-7pm for 3 kids ages 2-5 in Pomona area. Paid transportation if needed. 347-581-9846.

BABYSITTER WANTED Looking for located on Maple ave between Ellish and Monsey blvd please call 845 371 0997

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For two children my home on Rock Hill Rd. from 2:00-5:30 PM Monday-Thursday. Good pay. Please call 845-274-2112 or email ayzentman@gmail.com

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

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

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Teacher Miriam Greenfeld's Daycare ONLY SIX TO EIGHT EN CHILDR PER GROUP F/T AND P/T DAYC AR E ACCEPTED

We are proud to announce that Teacher Leah Weiss has joined. 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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Inquire about our new SUNDAY program

OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE!

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MASSAGE

QUALITY BINDING

Relieve the stress Get a massage! NY/NJ Licensed Call/Text Sarah: (845)596-1373

Books and Seforim. Please call Moshe Kravetz at 845-352-8423

GRAPHOLOGY ANALYSIS Here’s your chance to get an indepth handwriting analysis. Get a deeper glimpse at your talents and attributes. Great price: 499.9334

BUSINESS OWNER? Losing too much on down time? Secretaries frustrated with frozen screens? don’t let it happen in the first place! call 845-499-4569

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

MONOGRAMS Creative & Distinctive. 845-3626129

QUICKBOOKS CLEANUP

REFLEXOLOGY

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

Relaxes, relieves stress, helps with insomnia, pain management and prenatal discomfort. House calls available. Tamar Spiro (845)352-6496

STAR STUDIO

HEAD SHOTS CelebratingYouToo.com specializes in head shots perfect for personal and professional branding. (845) 558-8247

MIRACLE BLOSSOMS

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

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

Doula Services Chana Bracha Abramson CD (DONA) 845-213-5525

LADY DRIVER

PERSONAL CHEF

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

Coming to your home We will fill up your freezer With heimishe food and suppers Yom tov or any occasion. Hungarian twist. Ref. available. Mrs. Hershkowitz 352-6856

ALTERATIONS Shopping for yom tov? Avoid the rush. Bluefield area 352 7201


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

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

LUSTER PEARLS For the most beautiful and fairly priced pearls please call M. Appel -845-596-9790.

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

REFLEXOLOGY Great for insomnia, digestive disorders, and immune issues. For women and children only. H. Baum 347-379-0793

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

PROOFREADER Proofreader/copy editor/ content researcher available for business and publishing needs, experienced in English and Lashon haKodesh. (845) 538-5329

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

HEIMISH LADY DRIVER

COINS

Long distance trips brand new minivan anywhere anytime very reliable always on time call 845558-2697

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

LADY DRIVER

SUKKA STARS

Local & long distance for women and children plus messenger service @ your disposal. Call Rachel @ 6463227224

for a large variety of sukka stars call 425:5889

LICE?

Be ready for the school year! Posters made to order.845-362-6129.

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

QUICKBOOKS SPECIALIST Need help with QuickBooks? Call Shucht Bookkeeping Services. 845-243-7961 or email bookkeeping@shucht.com. Reasonable rates

SNAP OUT DAILY RIDE Seeking for a daily ride from Monroe to Monsey at 5:00 pm. Great pay! Call 845-425-4999

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

HANDYMAN Skilled and experienced available for all your property management needs. 845 459 3436

Snap out of the old pattern, become the amazing person you really are! Call Genendy @ 845263-5271

LAUNDRY SERVICE

CLASSROOM POSTERS

JEWELRY GARDEN Exclusively Ours Exquisite Sterling C.Z. Gold Filled & Fashion Jewelry! UPTO 50%OFF 845 352 2051

WATER SLIDE Lots of fun!! Ages 3-10 limited special!! Rent for $35 for 3 hours. Call: 347-572-5281.

‫היימישע געבעקטס‬ ‫ אינגאנצן‬.‫קיכן אדג‬, ‫היימישע ראגעלעך‬ 445-8648 ‫ רופט‬nut and sesame free

Washing & folding 845-666-4114

SUNRISE BALLOONS

POEMS & SONGS

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

Creatively Composed 347-5635692

MENDING/ALTERATIONS ‫היימישע ווייבל גרייט צו טוהן אלע אייערע‬ 845-608-2303

SPEAKERS to rent for all your Simchas & more, We also have a mp3 system. call 845.288.0111

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE PRESCHOOL POSTERS

PHOTOBOOKS

TUTOR

Tishrei & Cheshvin, “new” ready to hang. for sale call: 845-6087500

Call: 845-538-3648

Professional kriah tutor available. Please call 8458263223

GRAPHIC ADDS lowest price! greatest service! call/ text:845-538-3648

PHOTOGRAPHY

JOBS SERVICES GEMACHIM MISC.

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

I Make It - You Bake It,Custom made to your taste, diet and schedule. Call 369-3755

MATERNA SELLOUT

PHOTOBOOKS

stock up now! selling Milchig Materna all stages for $30 each. please call 845-354-7325

Keep your memories alive! For all your photobooks needs . Call to view our work @ 845-608-9543

Experienced female tutor available for all subjects. Available during/after school hours. Reasonable rates. Reference available. Please call 8456089895.

CONCORD SPECIALIST

MUSIC SPEAKERS

SUNDAY PLAYGROUP

has homes to take you to besides all houses in Monsey and surrounding areas. Chani Wealcatch 845-641-3410

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

Experienced playgroup teacher opening a SUNDAY PROGRAM - ages 3 1/2-5 girl’s only. great for working mothers!! please call 845-499-5229

BUY TIGHTS

for a beautiful Simcha rent our speakers. Lowest prices! 845-2630132

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

LOST & FOUND

TUTOR

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

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BUSINESS CARDS with a statement. 845-422-1728

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

SHUL BAG Replace regular shopping bag that carries your siddur, glasses, tissues,high heels etc to Shul with this special one. Text 845-5387389

FUN INFLATABLES

SPEAKERS

VISION THERAPIST Frum, therapist available to work with your child. Ages 0-5. If eligible, no cost to the family. Wellspring 845-426-7700.

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

TUTOR/TEACHER

Double water slide and large moonwalk for rent. Call 8453716578

available during or after school. Master’s in special education. Reasonable rates. Call/text 8458263222

PULL-UPS

READING TUTOR

and diapers Get your pull-ups/ diapers covered by insurance for ages 3+. Call/text 845-709-3192.

Trained in Slingerland method. 845-362-6129.

SLEEK SILK The finest selection of silk scarves clearance sale entire collection 20-50% off! please call L.Stern 845-2636969

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TUTOR

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

BABYSITTING Warm & experienced babysitter starting a small group in New Hempstead area. Call 323-5418600

PLAYGROUP Do you have your playgroup age kid home Sept 5 and 6 ?we are extending our in between playgroup please call 2743577

KIDDIE GROUP Warm experienced teacher opening kiddie group for sept ages 18-24 months ridge area spacious outdoors please call Toby 347-907-1643

TEETH WHITENING

KIDDIE GROUP

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

on Decatur 2/3 y/o starting sep.loving,caring, experience, transportation & reference available,limited place, 845-4996647.


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SPEECH PLAYGROUP

BABYSITTER

GUITAR LESSONS

Speech, Sensory, and Social Skills playgroup for 3 year olds by licensed Speech Therapist. Call 845 422 3765

available, warm and caring on SUZANNE Drive. Please call at 503 7211.

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

BABYSITTING experience babysitter is available to do babysitting in my house in newdays grocery area for steady or drop-ins 917-474-6800

BABYSITTER Warm and loving babysitter available in the Oak Glen Road please call 356-3757

BABYSITTING Where each child is loved, pampered and devotedly cared for. Small group. Right on Adar Ct. Call 845-570-0933.

BABY SITTER Experienced babysitter available to babysit, on Phyllis Terr. , newborn – 12 months, from 9:30 -3:00 approx. please call 845-3526949

BABYSITTER Experienced babysitter moved to Herrick. Available for steady, drop-ins, evenings, overnight, and weekly. Call 323-842-8487.

BABYSITTER On Calvert A warm and loving babysitter is available for summer and upcoming school year. Call 8457381799

BABYSITTER available on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016.

BABYSITING Exciting news! experienced babysitter now in chestnut ridge accepting steadys or drop-ins call: Fisch 845-587-8525

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

KJ BABYSITTING Having a simcha in kj? I’m available for your night hours babysitting. Call or text Shaindy Berkowitz 8452488024.

WARM BABYSITTER available college/carlton area! Call 845-641-0785

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

BABYSITTER Warm and caring babysitter off Refuah Health Center. References available please call 354-0361

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

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

PIANO LESSON Free! Boys till age 12, girls any age. Call Riki 845 521 4580. Over 10 years experience.

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

COMPUTER LESSONS Crash computer course and training call 845-596-4590

SWIMMING LESSONS Learn to swim with confidence! It is never too late. WSI/LG Certified. 845-356-1113

ART CLASS beginning this Sep .Acrylic painting lessons, girls ages 8-10 & 11-13. small class size Please call Devorah kaplan: 646 629 5712

BIRTH CONNECTIONS Every Yiddishe Mamma deserves to birth with serenity. Childbirth classes by phone at your convenience. Weekly live Q&A. Call Surie Gruber 263-0313

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

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

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

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

VIOLIN LESSONS Violin lessons for woman & girls. Call Simy 845-352-0965

PIANO LESSONS experienced piano teacher now has a few slots available 845.664.5618

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THE WIG TRAINING

SHAKLEE

MINYAN

UR Wig & hair training course by udele rothman 845-422-7951

Looking for powerful nutritional supplements? To place your Shaklee order ccall: 845 213-8016 free delivery

New Shabbos Minyan forming in New City near New Hempstead and N. Little Tor Rd. email orthodoxminyannewcity@gmail. com for information

CLAIRE ACCUHAIR Wash/Set/Restyle Human hair for just $20! restyle $10. cut/ blow/style for girls $15. pick up/ delivery available. Refer friend $5 discount, 929 238 5487

You gave me a bus ticket and I would like to pay you for it. Please call me at (845) 274-1694.

SHAITELS

HEALTH CHECK

BY UNIFORMS

Shaitel wash and sets by professional shaitel macher and get free pick up or delivery for $30! call 426-1905

Low in energy? Not feeling right? Find out what your health is today by completing a new 3-minute survey. Call 347-8380643

Please bring used Bais Yaakov Monsey uniforms to grey drop off box at 27 Park Avenue. Front door. Thank you!

SHAPE UP!

A frum young couple, looking to adopt a baby or young child. Call or text 347-461-1914.

SERVICES GEMACHIM

by Esther For any occasion only $40 per face! Discount offered for referrals! 845-642-2370

ESTIES HAIRSTYLING Moved to Herrick. Will give time, experience, and beauty to your hair. Also give haircuts. Call Estie Schwartz (Rosenthal) 323-8428487.

MAKE UP Airbrush and Traditional in your home or hall call or text miriam 203-470-3206

HAIR DESIGN

MISC.

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

ARBONNE For all your Arbonne make up and skincare call: 213-0978 Free shipping always!

SHEITELS

LOST & FOUND

BUS TICKET

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

MAKEUP ARTIST

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CLEAR ACNE

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

SUP-HAIR-IOR Professional Cutting and Styling. Reasonable rates. Call today to find out how you can get a free haircut! Call 845-213-5496

/ THE MONS E Y V IE W

Get fit with a Certified Personal Trainer specializing in prenatal, postpartum or regular fitness. Lose inches, Feel great! Call Mazal @347-401-3033

Misc.

MISCELLANEOUS

MISC. You were driving on Viola Rd corner Concord Dr. on Monday afternoon and hit my car! Please contact me 347-598-3709

PUPA HALL

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

Pupa simcha hall availability. Parshas Ki Seitzi Sept. 16-17 is available in the Pupa Hall on Widman Court. Please call 2223130

heimishe experienced graphic artist is now available for a part time job. 845-538-3648

REB. SPETNER’S CLASS Looking for a ride from Monsey to Passaic on Wed. eve. Aug. 24 to join Reb. Spetner’s class845.538.3147

TEHILLIM Harness the power of tehillim today! A Yid will say tehillim on your behalf. Call/ text8452006378.

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

TALLIS SWITCHED Shabbos P. Veschanan Vasikin Minyan Northern Metropolitan Call: 917-620-0041

CHALLAH L’shem mitzva Fresh hiemishe challah 4 anyone in need. Call till Thursday. Lv msg. Wait for confirmation.Strictly confidential 4459586

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

‫שיעורים לחתנים‬ Forming a group on ‫הדרכה‬ ‫ והשקפה בהנהגת הבית‬for married man. Also available for one on one basis 845-401-4521

TRANSFORM Transform your life This Friday Sep. 2 at 10:30 am. Listen via live teleconf. Call 804 6650005 pin#152699 women & girls M.Feldman


THECL A SSIFIEDS

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

GEMACH Roof-carriers Gemach. Fits almost all cars even those without racks on roof. Easy to put on. 845-274-5284

LOOKING TO HIRE

Found 8GB sd card Tuesday, Aug. 23 outside by New Square / Satmar cheder. 845-371-6218

Sunshine Children’s Home and Rehab Center, located in Ossining NY is seeking a responsible, reliable and dedicated Therapeutic Recreation Specialist to lead and facilitate our Shabbos Program twice a month. Applicant must have experience working with the special needs population, have leadership skills, and be comfortable working the program within a multi-cultural setting. Sunday and Per Diem opportunities are available for our Infants and Cuddles club/ Quality of Life Program . For more information please call Dini Sternhill at 914-333-7039 or email your resume to dsternhill@ sunshinechildrenshome.org

FOUND grey/silver Atlanta Mocassin shoe size 24 in Vivid Studios a few months ago. 845-478-4843

FOUND a pink scooter on Zeissner off of Francis Place at beginning of the summer. please call 845-352-1016

GPS GEMACH

FOUND

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

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

MATERNITY COATS Brand new beautiful 100% down maternity coats. Sizes small-medlarge. Call/text 845-521-2912 for more info. Located in chestnut ridge. L’iluy nshmas chedva rina a’h bas r’ avraham dovid n’y.

COMPUTER GEMACH Computer question? Most services free of charge.

FOUND

Lost & Found LOST lost diamond ring possibly near viola street or evergreen plaza. If found pls call 7325344287 or 8485259413.

LOST a purse in shoppers haven or on the loop 2 shoppers bus. Please call 274.0103

LOST Lost a gold watch, thin band with rectangle white face and diamonds around. If found please call 917-474-1974.

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

FOUND diamond bracelet in Victoria Gardens parking lot after Succos. Please call 845-362-0649

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

FREE GIVEAWAYS Looking for free giveaway or to buy fisher price doll house accessories for reasonable price 352 7201 Pink and white Formica wall unit hanging and one shelf on top of rod. 2 pieces call845 3044252 Looking for a free giveaway: of a sukkah/schach in a fair condition. please call: 347-6754794 A graco green color baby swing with a few baby jars 274-3577 Looking for free giveaway of dining room chairs in good condition. Please call845-3047927 Looking for free giveaway or cheap carriage: CityMini/ Uppababy/Bugaboo/bee/ or similar style carriage in good condition 845-356-1390 Looking for free giveaway or to buy fisher price doll house accessories for reasonable price 352 7201 ‫מי שיש לו סכך קיינס או בעמבאס לסוכה‬ 8455377369 ‫ נא להתקשר למספר‬,‫קטנה‬ ‫תזכו למצוות‬

Classified ads are free for our readers, as long as the following criteria are met. 1. Classified ads must be emailed or texted to classifieds@themonseyview. com - in the body of the email, not as an attachment. 2. Include two words for the heading and a maximum of twenty words for the body. 3. The entire body of the ad should be written in one paragraph. Do not “enter” between sentences. 4. Use standard text only – no all caps. 5. Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting. 6. Do not fax any free classifieds. A CLASSIFIED AD THAT DOESN’T MEET THE ABOVE CONDITIONS WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY REJECTED. The Monsey View reserves the right to omit any free classifieds. * * * * * We do not give confirmations for free classified ads. * * * * * Classified ad deadline is Monday at 12:00 pm. No exceptions. * * * * * For inquiries about PAID classifieds, feel free to contact The Monsey View.

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‫מעמד כבוד התורה וסיום הזמ‪‎‬ן‬ ‫בישיבה אהלי שם נייטרא מאנסי‬


‫א באזוך אין באבוב‬ ‫מאנסי דעי קעמפ‬

‫מסיבה לטובת ‘רינועל’ אין שיכון סקווירא‬

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‫לוי’ פון שיינדל מאשינסקי ע”ה‬

‫בת הרב יוסף מנחם הי”ו‪ ,‬מנהל ישיבת בית דוד‪ ,‬וועלכע איז טראגיש אומגעקומען אין א עקסידענט אויף רוט ‪59‬‬

‫סיום אויף סדר‬ ‫זרעים אין ישיבה‬ ‫קנין תורה דסאטמאר‬

‫בחורי ישיבת סקווירא מבארא פארק בביקור אצל הרב מאיר‬ ‫יחיאל קנאבלאך יו”ר מרכז ספרים עתיקים וכתבי יד‬


Ramapo Professional

Tires

Tire Service

914.712.TIRE ‫גדלי' וויינבערגער‬


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‫גלות מצרים שפיל אין כיתה ג’ מונקאטש מאנסי‬

‫צוויי בחורים פון די סטאלין’ע‬ ‫קעמפ זענען ב”ה אפגעפונען‬ ‫געווארן אין א גוטע צושטאנד‬ ‫נאך א זוך אקציע דורך חברים‬ ‫אין די בעיר‪-‬מאונטען פארק‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫אב”ד סאטמאר מאנסי ביים באזוכן אין סאטמאר פלייש‬ ‫געשעפט וואס איז אונטער זיין שטרענגע השגחה‬

‫מיט’ן געטרייען מענעדשער ר’ שמשי גפן‬

‫ביים וועכנטליכער באזוך אין בית השחיטה אין קרית יואל‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫מלוה מלכה‬ ‫במאנסי לקראת‬ ‫הילולת הרה”ק‬ ‫מטאהש זי”ע‬

‫האדמו”ר מסאטמאר באזוכט דעם נייעם קאמפלעקס וואס הנהלת‬ ‫מוסדות סאטמאר מאנסי האבן געשלאסן מקח די פארגאנגענע וואך‬


IN STORES NOW!

DART MEDIA

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AVA IL A BLE IN 4 COLOR S

DOW NLOA D TODAY:


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‫ת’’ת סקווירא‬ ‫דעי קעמפ‬ ‫באזוכט די‬ ‫סקווירא הצלה‬ ‫גאראדש‬


‫בס”ד‬

‫הצלחה אין‬

‫צייט!‬ ‫יעדער איינער וויל‪:‬‬

‫קיינער וויל נישט‪:‬‬

‫ זיין רואיג‬ ‫ פארמיידן 'סטרעס'‬ ‫ איבערקומען שטערונגען‬ ‫ דערגרייכן די צילן‬

‫ זיין אנגעצויגן‬ ‫ האבן 'סטרעס'‬ ‫ האבן שטערונגען‬ ‫ נישט אויפטון‬

‫סוחרים‪ ,‬מחנכים‪ ,‬אברכים‬ ‫און יעדער אנדערער‪:‬‬

‫הערט ‪ 1‬שיעור‬ ‫אויפ'ן טעמע‪:‬‬

‫הצלחת‬ ‫הזמן‬ ‫)‪(Time Managment‬‬

‫כ'ן בארימטן און אנע‬ ‫ר‬ ‫ק‬ ‫דור‬ ‫ענ‬ ‫טן‬ ‫הרב‬

‫יקותיא'‬ ‫יודא שפוטץ‬ ‫שליט"א‬

‫וועט איר אי"ה טאג טעגליך אנגיין‪:‬‬ ‫רואיג‪ ,‬סטרעס'לאז‪,‬‬ ‫איבערקומענדיג‪-‬שטערונגען‪,‬‬ ‫דערגרייכענדיג אייערע צילן‪.‬‬ ‫‪z‬‬

‫שיעור וועט פארקומען‬

‫זונטאג פ' כי תבוא‬ ‫ט"ו אלול ‪ -‬למס' ‪Sep. 18‬‬

‫‪z‬‬ ‫דויערט ‪ -‬און איז‬ ‫שיעור גע‬ ‫פאנענד ‪ 3 -‬שעה‬ ‫ש‬ ‫איצט ספעציעל‬ ‫פרייז איז‬

‫‪$99‬‬

‫פארזיכערט אייך א זיץ אויף דעם רייזע‪-‬שיעור‪,‬‬ ‫וואס טוט אייך פירן צו א ניי גליקליך צופרידענעם לעבן‪.‬‬

‫שרייבט אייך איין ביי מוה"ר פינחס בירנהאק הי"ו‬

‫‪845.499.5417‬‬

‫‪Hamatik \ Metzion‬‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫סיום מסכת עירובין והתחלת מסכת פסחים במסגרת חבורת יסודי‬ ‫התורה בקהילת סאטמאר געפראוועט געווארן אין ‪ RCC‬אין מאנסי‬


CARROT DESIGN


‫ב״ה‬

‫ער״ח אלול!‬

‫צוליב די גרויסע נאכפראגע‪,‬‬ ‫וועט מיטן אויבערשטענ'ס הילף זיין‬

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‫צום ציון פון כ"ק אדמו"ר‬ ‫מליובאוויטש זי"ע ועכ"י‬ ‫ליל שישי פרשת ראה • ערב ר"ח אלול‬ ‫פאר מער אינפארמאציע‬ ‫ביטע רופט‪845-825-3215:‬‬ ‫אדער שיקט אן אימייל צו‪:‬‬ ‫‪OhrHaMayan@gmail.com‬‬

‫• מ'וועט אי"ה ארויספארען ‪ 9:00‬ביינאכט‬ ‫• די באס וועט זיך אפשטעלן ביי די ‪MONSEY TRAILS‬‬ ‫‪BUS STOPS: MAPLE AVE- MONSEY BLVD- PARK & RIDE‬‬ ‫די באס וועט אי״ה האבן א מחיצה‬

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‫מזל טוב!‬

‫אסאך הצלחה!‬ ‫פון טיפן הארצן טוען מיר וואונטשן פיל הצלחה און סייעתא‬ ‫דשמיא לכבוד אונזער טייערע זוהן‪/‬ברודער‪/‬שוואגער‪,‬‬

‫מו"ה הערשי‬ ‫לייבלער הי"ו‬ ‫לכבוד די עפענונג פון דיין נייע פירמע‬

‫‪hershy’s‬‬

‫‪fencing‬‬

‫מיר פרייען זיך אלע מיט דיין פארשריט‪ ,‬און מיר זענען‬ ‫מתפלל צו דיין וויטערדיגע הצלחה בס"ד‪.‬‬ ‫דער אייבערשטער זאל העלפן אז דיין מזל זאל דיר שטענדיג‬ ‫שיינען‪ ,‬און ברענגען פיל הצלחה אויף טריט און שריט‪ ,‬זאלסט זוכה‬ ‫זיין שטענדיג אינאיינעם מיט דיין חשובע ב"ב תחי' צו אסאך תענוג‬ ‫ונחת מיט הרחבת הדעת‪ ,‬און געבענטשט ווערן מיט כל מיני ברכות‪,‬‬ ‫געזונט‪ ,‬פרנסה און נחת וכל מילי דמיטיב‪.‬‬ ‫ווי עס וואונטשן דיינע עלטערן‪:‬‬

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‫ומשפ'‬

‫‪CUSTOMER SATISFACTION‬‬ ‫‪IS OUR GOAL‬‬ ‫‪FREE ESTIMATES‬‬

‫)‪845.29.FENCE (33623‬‬ ‫‪fence@hershysfencing.com‬‬


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