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Our Town’s Weekly Issue #66

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AN INTERVIEW WITH A CHAZAK REWARDS CARD CONSUMER

As the Chazak Card becomes more and more popular amongst frum consumers, we decided to interview a loyal card user, Mrs. Schwartz from Monsey to learn more about the card and what makes it so addictive to shoppers. L. Halevi (LH): Hi there, do you have a few minutes to discuss the Chazak Card I just saw you using at Evergreen? Mrs. Schwartz: Sure, go ahead! LH: How long have you been Benefitting from the Chazak card? MS: I have it about 3 years. I got it right when they launched the program. I first got the card because it came with a 30 day free trial. I wasn’t sure if it was for me, because I don’t like to open up new credit cards. But then I was told it is just a discount card. I simply present it to the merchant and I get an instant discount that day. I don’t have to wait for any rebates. After 30 days I saved so much money I knew it was a smart purchase. It’s a real no brainer, I don’t even feel the $10 per month, as I save about $40 per month on groceries alone in Evergreen everyday with the 5% discount, so that’s a $30 profit each month, not to mention the many other stores I save in. Interestingly, originally I thought that I wouldn’t use it that often as I also enjoy shopping at the mall, but after a while I realized how much I shop in heimshe stores as well, for things like meat, fish, robes, kids shoes, hosiery and the like, and after a while the savings just kept piling up. I saved serious money this year, around $2,000, maybe more, all for a small investment of $10 per month. LH: Wow. How does it work? MS: It’s simple. Basically, I pay a small fee of $10 per month and then I can use the card at hundreds of stores and get instant discounts of 5-15% off my total bill. I even get entered into a monthly raffle for great prizes. This September I can win a set of Magna Tiles. In January I heard they are giving away 2 tickets to Israel or $2,500 Cash. LH: What kinds of stores participate in this program? MS: All the stores where I shop anyway, such as groceries, clothing stores, fish stores, gift stores, meat stores, you name it. Wherever I go, I bring my Chazak Card with me. Whether it’s a pizza shop or a shoe store, I always save money. I never leave the house without it. Even,when I visit my mother in Boro Park, I bring it along too, and whenever we go out to lunch in China Glatt I save lots of money.

participate. I have friends in Lakewood, Boro Park, Monsey, Williamsburg, Flatbush and other areas who all have the card and are all thrilled with it and are saving tons of money. LH: How did you initially hear about the card? MS: I picked up a brochure in one of the hundreds of participating stores, and it just made sense to sign up, so I did. By now I heard they already have over 1500 people who signed up for the discounts, but I really hope more people will take advantage of the great benefits. Think about it, I spend around $400 a week in Evergreen and use my card every time. I get back the money I spent on membership in 3 or 4 shopping trips, and the rest of the year I just save and save and save. It’s about $20 savings per shopping trip, it’s awesome. I use it everywhere and am glad that I do! LH: Now with Yom Tov shopping season upon us, it sounds like a great time to sign up. MS: It’s always a good time to sign up, as no matter what you are shopping for, and no matter when you do that shopping – be it for back-to- school, for Yomim Tovim, making a simcha or anytime around the year - you will be saving big. And now, to make it even more exciting, every time I use my card I text the words "I saved at Weingarten’s Shoes" to 845-682-2675 and I get entered into a raffle to win a Miele Vacuum from MH Vacuums. I really need a vacuum and I heard the Miele is a fantastic one. I hope I win! LH: Can you tell me some of the stores you shop in that accept the card? MS: Oh boy, so many, where shall I begin? Ok, the following stores come to mind: 10% off at Shelly’s Town Square, 7% off at F&F, 5% off at The Genuine shop and 10% of at Ruthie’s, 10% off at Monsey Shoes, 10% off at Kings Stationary for school supplies, 5-10% off at Merkaz for Judaica, and then when I was making a Chasuna I saved 10% off at Auction Mart, 5% off at Signature Silver and 15% at Host it. Those are just the stores in my area; there are hundreds more in other communities as well.

LH: Wow, sounds like an amazing card. I wonder if they have stores in my area.

LH: Yes, the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation is definitely a worthwhile organization to support, and to do it in such an easy and smart way definitely sounds like a good idea! It’s a win-win situation for all. Thanks for your time and thanks for the valuable information. I’m going to go to www. chazakrewardscard.org right now to sign up.

MS: They definitely do! The Chazak card partners with stores all over New York and New Jersey. Basically wherever there is a frum community, there will be stores that

MS: Yes, you really should go to www.chazakrewardscard. org to sign up today or call 845-352-3505 ext. 120 or 845-426-0125


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Talk of Town

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MRSA CURE

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I'd like to share our experience with the famous combo cream/oil/powder from Herbal Power invented by Rabbi Weinstock. Our son got a small pimple a couple weeks ago, and we thought it was a mosquito bite. But after it kept getting bigger and more painful, we took him to our pediatrician who diagnosed it as a MRSA infection. He sent us to the ER, and after a few sleepless nights at the hospital, a friend told us about the amazing product that’s known to help heal MRSA within a couple of days. We contacted Herbal Power and were sent to the Monsey Office located on Robert Pitt Dr. B"H it's been two weeks since and I’m happy to relate our success story. Thank you for such a great publication,

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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.

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R.C. STEIF RESPONDS:

Less is better than nothing, but all of my sources quoted a minimum of 15 min — and I had many sources for this. That said, you can start with less — less minutes and less coconut oil — and build it up. It seems like a lot, but it really isn't. Coconut oil is pleasant-tasting, smooth — even kids can handle it! Do it while you're in the shower, washing your dishes, flipping through The Monsey View etc., and you won't even notice that you have it in your mouth! It's not like you have to stand in front of the bathroom mirror for 20 minutes watching yourself swish it around your mouth. All the best,

I've thoroughly enjoyed the "Where East Meets West" series. I especially found the article on Holistic Dental Health very informative. I was just wondering about the oil pulling. It says to swish the oil for 15-20 minutes. That sounds like a very long time. Would swishing for less time be

R.C. Steif

EXCURSIONS IN POUGHKEEPSIE

I’m new to Monsey and we use your excursions as a handy outing guide. We visited several places you featured, and

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Inbox Talk of Town

I’d also like to mention, that on our visit to Patterson, to the Great Falls, the address you gave for parking is not quite near the falls, and it’s worth it to walk a little to get close to the falls. Thank you for all the practical pointers you share.

they made for fantastic day trips. I’d like to share some additional info I discovered in the hope that it will enhance the experience of your readers who will be visiting these attractions. When we did the Walkway over the Hudson, we took the elevator down, and there was a children’s museum right there. It really rounded out the experience for my younger children who loved the hands-on activities! Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum: 75 North Water Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601; $8 a person; it is right near the Walkway’s elevator.

A New Monsey Resident

HAIRSTYLING IDEAS

Last year, in your back-to-school issue, you had a step-by-step guide on how to create a fishtail braid, and I still enjoy making it. If you

can publish more hairstyles, I, and I am sure many others, would love having fun trying them. Thank you. A Mother

THE MONSEY VIEW RESPONDS:

We’re back this year with the season’s sharpest looks. Check out our guide to cutting straight bangs in this week’s issue. To top it off, check out our DIY headband for that finishing touch!

Your Voice HARMED BY THE HEALER

I am absolutely shocked by stories that I am hearing spreading around our community. Stories of normal, loving families with normal, healthy children who love to run and jump and explore their world abruptly having their caring homes shattered by certain doctors who automatically scream “abuse!” when the normal bumps and bruises of youth happen. The tragic stories coming out of these offices are becoming more commonplace, with more families affected and being torn asunder. Of course, in cases of truly suspicious happenings, we want and expect our community doctors to raise the red flag and advocate for children. However, nearly all of the recent stories can be

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proven as false accusations, leaving community members terrified that they will be the next family vilified and ripped apart. I am writing this letter cautioning, warning, begging community members to heavily investigate your family’s doctor before naively walking into his/ her office. Speak with other people, ask around; find out if your doctor is one of the those whistle-blowers that blow with no air. I am also writing this to medical establishments that serve our community: know your doctors, check their records, compare them to other doctors’ records, and see which ones seem to be going overboard with accusations. Sometimes, abuse comes from the doctor, and not the parent. One of many alarmed Monseyites

TIPS IN TRANSPORT

I’m writing this letter on behalf of many girls who worked in day camps during the summer. Our daughters worked hard, long hours, most of the time outdoors in the heat and humidity. They were therefore rightfully disappointed when, on the last day of camp, they got their wages, but without the tips that parents had sent to them. Parents, if you choose to show your gratitude to a counselor by tipping her, please hand the tip over directly to the counselors, or put it into a clearly marked envelope to ascertain that it reaches her. A Mother Who Cares


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I happened to run into the director of my daughters’ camp mid-summer and thanked her for the wonderful time they were having. To my surprise, she started telling me about issues she had with each daughter. I asked her why she didn’t call me and she answered that she had not yet gotten to it. I left that brief conversation feeling deflated. Later that day, I spoke to each of my daughters. One’s issue was a tznius infringement. “But other girls also do it!” she insisted. A second daughter had been accused of chutzpah. “So why did my counselors say I was “Best of the Month?” I decided that I needed to discuss the subject further with the camp director and left a message for her. I wanted to ask her why she chose only to share negative information about my girls who have so many positive qualities. Further, if a problem was not significant and serious enough to prioritize a phone call, why share it with me at a fluke meeting? A little while later, I answered my own questions. You see, I too, work with children and their parents, and I have been guilty of the same crime. As I experienced the pain of being on the receiving end, I resolved to BE”H never do it again. The more I thought about this uncomfortable experience, the easier it was for me to see that it was directly from Hashem.

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Changing Beliefs In the last two articles, we have discussed how limiting beliefs about our weight can hold us back from achieving our goals. So today, I want to share with you some ideas on how to actually change those beliefs. To be honest, there are many different techniques to work with when it comes to how we change our beliefs. Let’s start with the two most important and frequently used methods.

1. BELIEFS VS. FACTS: It’s helpful to accept that most of our beliefs are not actually facts. They are feelings and opinions that we have gathered over a certain period of time, and eventually, we began to view them as truths. Did you know that in India, baby elephants have a rope tied loosely to one of their legs — a string that they can escape in seconds when they grow older. Well, the reason they stay put even then is because they believe they cannot escape, since they have been conditioned to perceive the situation as such. Now, is it true that they can’t escape the string? Of course not, but the elephant would tell you that it’s an absolute truth — he is tied and cannot escape. As human beings, we sometimes behave in a similar fashion, believing things about ourselves that we perceive as truths rather than opinions or feelings. The first step is to realize that all your beliefs surrounding weight loss or maintaining your weight are from your past experiences, and they feel so true, that when you say, “Losing weight is so hard,” or “Exercise is so boring,” you actually believe it.

2. ADOPT BETTER BELIEFS: If you’re stuck on a belief, then you feel helpless, hopeless, and become a victim of circumstances. When you realize that you have

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So, you can either feel guilty about the past or worry about the future — or both — but neither option is very helpful.

the power to change any of your beliefs in order to suit your needs, you will be empowered enough to make changes and even find those changes enjoyable. If you think about it, you will see that most of your thoughts are about the past or future, which creates stress in your mind, because the past is over and you really have no clue about the future. So, you can either feel guilty about the past or worry about the future — or both — but neither option is very helpful. A good practice is to let yourself experience the moment, because that’s really the only thing you have right now. With that, your belief that losing weight is too difficult can transform into your enjoying the process of becoming healthy and slim every moment. Or, if you find exercise boring, you can change that mentality into feelings of invigoration, or appreciation of how healthy it feels to sweat right now. Can you see the difference when you live in the present? Can you sense that if you let yourself go with the flow, the parts of life we once disliked can actually be interesting and enjoyable? For some people, it might be more of a challenge to feel it initially, but if you decide to focus on just that one thing at a time, it can become a beautiful experience rather than an obligation or a chore.

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pealing in the early hours of the morning). A hearty breakfast is great for both the brain and the body, and it should always include some form of protein. Choose healthy proteins like cheese, Greek yogurt, or eggs. And if time permits, throw some fruit, vegetables, or whole-grain crackers or bread. *Snacks: Most schools are encouraging students to eat healthy snacks, and if parents pack them in cute containers, wholesome foods become even more appealing. String cheese, sliced veggies with dip, fruit, whole wheat pretzels, spelt cakes, popcorn, and potato chips

are all great snack foods. Try to keep your kids away from snacks that contain MSG or artificial colorings and flavorings. If possible, leave those unhealthy snacks as Shabbos treats. I hope your kids have an easy time adjusting to the new school year! Make sure to stay tuned for next week’s article on positive affirmations and weight loss.

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The medical askan leafed through the thick portfolio with a grave expression. “Only Dr. Frederick Prell can be trusted with this complex surgery. He’s in a hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil.” He handed Mr. Yochanan Neuman a slip of paper with the hospital information. “And the cost is $200,000.” Mr. Neuman just stared. $200,000. His daughter’s life. Dini’s life was worth much more. From that day, Mr. Neuman’s life was never the same. The operation was scheduled for another two months, and he worked feverishly to obtain the astronomical sum. When he wasn’t visiting banks and gemachs, he was brainstorming. And when he wasn’t brainstorming, he was dreaming at night of the worst. With every last penny of his savings and more loans than he wished to care, Mr. Neuman got onto the airplane with Dini, to Brazil — and hopefully, renewed life. Surgery day: the pinnacle after the frenzied struggle of weeks. Mr. Neuman held out his hand. Here was the Dr. Prell he’d been waiting for, whose fingers would perform the miracle for them. His hand still clasping the doctor’s, he read the name tag. Dr. Brian Bradley? Mr. Neuman froze. His feet began to wobble. He’d paid the

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$200,000 he didn’t have for Dr. Frederick Prell. He’d confirmed it with the hospital numerous times. Dr. Bradley smiled broadly when Mr. Neuman sputtered his incredulity. “You have nothing to worry about. I’m Dr. Prell’s chief trainee. Pleased to meet you.” Mr. Neuman began to sweat. He would make a ruckus now. He would not let this happen. He had put himself into deep debt so that Dr. Prell would save Dini’s future. The askan couldn’t have been clearer: Dr. Frederick Prell, and only Dr. Frederick Prell. He’d get Dr. Prell down here, no matter what it took. Dr. Bradley was already moving them through the preparatory procedures, but Mr. Neuman was not there. He was thinking, racking his brain with a desperation he knew all too well from the previous few weeks. “Tamim tihyeh im Hashem Elokecha” — the pasuk came, unbidden, into his thoughts. Whatever happens to you, accept it with temimus, Rashi explains. Accept. Accept. Accept. Mr. Neuman steadied his breath. Hashem orchestrated this. The thought was startling as it was calming. This is the way it was meant to be. Dr. Brian Bradley was their surgeon to-

day, and it was not his business to know why or try to change it. Mr. Neuman got into the hospital scrubs. He sat near Dini and stroked her head. The surgery was a success, Dini recovered slowly, and finally they could head back home. Life resumed as usual — except for the big, deep debt that didn’t leave them day or night. Years passed, and finally Mr. Neuman bid the debt goodbye. And then Dini was sick again. The same problem, the same askan, the same answer. Dr. Frederick Prell, and only Dr. Frederick Prell. $200,000. Mr. Neuman fell onto a chair, and the room began to swim. $200,000 seemed out of the question. But so was skipping the surgery. By supernatural and humiliating means, the $200,000 were in his pocket as he sat on the airplane with Dini again. Surgery day. The same Dr. Bradley, the same surprise. “I know you, don’t I?” Dr. Bradley looked at Mr. Neuman, squinting. Mr. Neuman told him about the first surgery and his second unpleasant surprise. “I operated the first time? She’s sick again?” Dr. Bradley frowned. “I will do a repeat surgery at no cost to you. And by the way, Dr. Prell just retired.” It took a few minutes for the


information to register and then Mr. Neuman began to smile. “Now I know why you had to be our surgeon five years ago. If I had Dr. Prell then, today I’d be another $200,000 short.” Mr. Neuman couldn’t wait to be back home and return the $200,000. But most of all, he looked forward to bringing home with him a healthy daughter and a robust emunah. Parshas Shoftim exhorts us in perek ‫י"ח‬, pasuk ‫ י"ג‬to be tamim — literally translated as “naïve.” “V’lo sachkor achar ha’asidos” — do not concern yourself with the future, Rashi says. Relinquishing control is both foreboding and freeing. We may even worry over not being worried — who will take care of us, then? Hashem will, just as He has always. Worrying and fretting never help. In fact, if we worry too much, Hashem might say, “You think parnassa is up to you? Then let’s see you do it!” Do you ever envy a baby, who lies cuddled safely in his mother’s arms? We can be like that, too. We can close our eyes and lie in Hashem’s warm embrace, leaving everything up to Him. Concepts and story heard from Rav Elimelech Biderman.


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As Schools Open, Ramapo Police Remind Parents and Drivers of Safety Tips With those big yellow buses back on the roads again, carrying our precious children to and from school, the Ramapo Police Department is urging parents to spend a few minutes talking to their children about pedestrian safety including: • Looking both ways before crossing the street • Crossing only at corners, never in between • Obeying police officers, crossing guards, and traffic signals. • Watching out for turning cars • Being especially careful in bad weather • Playing far away from traffic

Drivers are reminded to exercise extra caution near schools and to always drive at or below posted speed limits. Motorists should always be prepared to stop when they see a school bus with flashing red lights on either side of the roadway, even on divided and multilane highways. Passing a school bus whose red lights are flashing is a punishable offense with fines ranging from $250 to $400, a possible prison sentence of up to 30 days, and five points on your license, with increasing penalties for further offenses, including the possible suspension of your driver's license for a minimum of six months.

Rockland Police Seeking Officers Less than three weeks remain until the applications deadline for the county’s police civil service test, the first step towards a career in local law enforcement. The Ramapo Police Department has been recruiting candidates at local signups over the past few weeks. The test, which is administered by

Rockland County and will be given in mid-November, is available in several languages besides English, including Yiddish. “This is an opportunity to begin a career in law enforcement, a proud and rewarding profession,” said County Executive Ed Day, a former commander with the NYPD.

Conflicting Predictions for Winter Weather While the Farmer’s Almanac is calling for frigid temperatures and above-average snowfalls in our area this coming winter, the Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting far milder weather. Despite their similar names, the two annual guides are completely different books. The Farmer’s Almanac was first published in 1818, 26 years after the debut of the Old Farmer’s Almanac. Both were intended to be used as reference guides by farmers, and include tide tables and planting charts in addition to weather forecasts. Both also claim to use “secret” formulas to predict the weather for the upcoming year.

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TRUMP’S VISIT TO MEXICO

Overall, the meeting was as deemed a success by both the Trump Campaign and President Nieto, with the latter saying he was optimistic about working with Trump if he wins the election, even if they didn’t agree on everything. Seeing as his strong stance on immigration had been one of the mainstays of his campaign, many had been surprised at

migration. Among the points he mentioned were some that he had been stressing on all On Wednesday, August 31st, throughout his campaign: • He would build a wall Donald Trump traveled to Mex• He would have zero tolerico to meet with their president, ance for undocumented Enrique Peña Nieto. At the workers who committed meeting, both men acted diplocrimes, and deport them matically and friendly towards • He would triple the number each other. Trump called Mexof Deportation Officers at ican-Americans “spectacular, ICE (Immigration and Cushard-working people” and said toms Enforcement) • He’d repeal the POLLS Obama Executive Order that protects B AT T L E G R O U N D S TAT E S illegal immigrants RCP POLL AVERAGES from deportation and authorizes NATIONAL IOWA VIRGINIA them to receive CLINTON 45.0 TRUMP 44.0 CLINTON 44.0 work permits TRUMP 43.3 CLINTON 39.0 TRUMP 43.0 • He’d stop issuing visas to any CLINTON +1.7 TRUMP +5.0 CLINTON +1.0 country where adequate screening NORTH CAROLINA PENNSYLVANIA cannot occur that CLINTON 46.0 CLINTON 45.0 might endanger naTRUMP 42.0 TRUMP 37.0 tional security CLINTON +4.0 CLINTON +8.0 It would seem that his campaign decided the pros of RCP ELECTORAL MAP being seen as the CLINTON/KAINE 229 TRUMP/PENCE 154 TOSS UPS 155 isolationist candidate, so to speak, outweighed the cons. It is fairly likethey were “beyond reproach,” what they saw as a “softening” in ly that the majority of Hispanics but he also said that he felt his position. His measured meetwill again cast their votes for Mexico had benefited disproporing with the Mexican president Democrats this year as they have tionately from trade agreements seemed to reinforce that image. done consistently over the past between the two countries and But later, on the very same day, few election cycles. And those that illegal immigration was Trump gave a speech in Arizona voters who have been supporta problem for both countries. reaffirming his stance on iming Trump mostly because of his

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And those wisps that flew across her field of vision, why, it was snow. Snow! Real, touchable snow. since she was a young girl, and she made do with three sweaters she wore, one over the other. But she had only brought one, because when she left her children, she had left them under a sun so charming it could melt away any vestiges of winter. The bus started rolling, and people swayed and grabbed metal rods. She could see the exhaust of the bus creating clouds of gray in the grayness of the world it would dissipate into. In line, she pulled out her visa. She hadn’t brought more than the basics, and they fit neatly into a small valise. She did it so that she could be a carrier of goods, if she found someone willing to pay for export. And also, she imagined that she could take a small amount,


perhaps $200, and buy with it new shoes, new clothes for the children. What would it be like if they all had one new shirt, a shirt not cut out from Nachman’s old clothes, a shirt without a single tear? What if she came home with a suitcase full of gifts? She could imagine the glow on her children’s faces. Is that what they looked like when they smiled? Was she starting to forget their faces? She followed the others out through the main doors. Before she had left, the moneychanger had sold her eight American coins. Quarters. He said they were used to make phone calls in America, and now she could call if she needed help. When she got ready to go, when she had made her decision and faced the prospect that the gargantuan leap might come into being, she went

the afternoon, in rain, snow, because he said you still make five dollars, ten, and where can you make that in all of Yerushalayim?” Such hard work. But $10,000! “I didn’t know that that’s what my husband did. He only told me now, because he wants you to know. He never admitted how hard it was.” “Where did he stay?”

Some ashirim like humor. Some people like when you make them cry. Some just have a set amount and no matter what you’ll say will sway them, so you need to just lay your claim and get out as soon as possible. across the hall, to her neighbor Cohen. “Please ask your husband everything about America,” she said, “because I’m going.” Her neighbor knocked on her door later that day and told her, “He made $10,000. He was there for half a year. Very hard. Every day, he did the batei medrashim. Every night, he went to addresses. Afternoons he just went door to door. Sometimes he napped in the afternoons because he was so spent, and the best money is made at night, at the addresses. You can buy the book of addresses of the rich people from Ahrale Gitnik. But sometimes he kept going in

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Malka’la asked. “There are gitte Yidden. Ask Gitnik. And I can also ask my husband. But I think he stayed at the brother of the wife of my cousin Rivka’le Feffer. So I don’t know if he wants you to use up that address.” Gitnik’s book cost 200 shekels. “Not so much as a peek, without money. I have collected these names through years of knocking down the pavement. Each name has a comment. Some ashirim like humor. Some people like when you make them cry. Some just have a set amount and nothing you’ll say will sway them, so you need to

just lay your claim and get out as soon as possible.” Two hundred shekels! For a book. But what was the alternative? She couldn’t do it. She couldn’t. Adding to the expense of the trip; she just couldn’t. But if the book was so valuable, it was certainly invaluable. “Can you do me the tzedakah of giving me this book?” He couldn’t. His eyes were beady and dispassionate. “We only are successful because of the sweat we put in, and the risk we take investing in a ticket we can never repay on our own. Do you have what it takes?” No, she did not. She had her faith that the Eibishter will help her. And she knew she couldn’t afford it. She went to Zelda. Her mother’s upstairs neighbor. Zelda had cousins in America. Zelda made the phone calls. Malka’la would stay in Monsey, with Zelda’s daughter’s cousin, Gella Kahn. She now had a paper with the name, number, and address of Gella. And her survival instincts, to get her through. 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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iry blue is very similar to one of the two colors of the year, called “Serenity”. Airy blue, however, has a bit more of a grey winter-appropriate tinge and less of the pink that gave the color of the year a purple shade. It is a color of the utmost elegance and metamorphosizes depending on the fabric of each particular garment.

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es, pink has entered the winter color palette in its softest and most beautiful form. Embrace the ethereal Color of the Year “Rose Quartz”. This is the “Blush” color you’ve been hearing about everywhere, and don’t expect it to be going anywhere so fast! No matter the weather, we love it and you can find it in a multitude of season-appropriate designs.

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his color is a perfect soft neutral and pairs beautifully with any of the other fall colors.

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iverside blue is another great color on the fall palette. It is a darker blue mixed with grey. It is a vibrant yet sophisticated color. Blue, in any shade, is a very popular color this season, especially in eveningwear. It is also one of the most popular c0lors for bridesmaids dresses this year. Whether you choose “Airy blue”, “Riverside blue” “Royal blue” or “Navy blue”, you can’t go wrong. Blue tones appear in nearly half of the designs this season and are definitely amongst the strongest and classiest colors on the palette.

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his classic fall color is a twist on last year’s “Marsela”. This shade is warmer, a touch dustier, and has a lovely pink undertone. This Fall color has depth that exudes warmth and welcome.

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Yeast cake, favorably known to most of us as kokosh cake, is the signature Jewish pastry. Despite the fact that its preparation is very time-consuming, it is still most popular, especially before the yom tov season. One full batch yields a lot and freezes beautifully for an extended time, but beware, these cakes usually disappear way before their freezer life expires. Most Yiddishe balabustas have some kokosh baking genes running in their DNA. It’s a pity to let such genetics lie dormant. So fit yourself with an apron and follow our simple step-by-step instructions to create these flavorful and delicious danishes and babkas for your family's delight.

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CHOCOLATE BABKE BY LEAH STERN

This trans-fat free dough is a most versatile kokosh cake dough that adapts easily for any yeast cake recipe. Honestly, I make 6 pounds at a time, but present this 3-lb. version so as not to overwhelm the novice baker. Feel free to double, and don’t forget to take challah if you do.

DOUGH 3 lbs. (10 cups) flour 4 eggs ¾ cup sugar 1 T. vanilla sugar ½ tsp. kosher salt 1 ½ cups oil 2 cups warm water 3 T. dry yeast HOMEMADE LIQUID MARBLE 1 cup Dutch cocoa 1 cup sugar ½ cup oil ½ cup warm water Mix all ingredients until it has no lumps and spreadable consistency is reached.

COCOA MIX 1 cup Dutch cocoa 2 cups sugar 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup confectioners sugar 2 T. cornstarch ½ tsp. cinnamon 2 T. vanilla sugar

Dissolve yeast in 1 cup warm water with 3 T. sugar. Allow to proof.

2. In a large bowl, combine all ingredients. Add proofed yeast and knead until a soft dough is formed. 3. Allow to rise 15 minutes. Divide into 5 balls. 1 4. Roll out each bowl into a 19-by-14 rectangle. Smear liquid marble over dough. Then sprinkle with 1 cup of cocoa mix. 2 3 5. Roll up lengthwise. 4 6. Form into horseshoe shape. 5 7. Twist one side over the other. 6 8. Take underside and twist over the top. 7 8 9. Stretch top of dough over the ends, concealing filling as much as possible. 10. Place into a 1-lb loaf pan.

In a large bowl, mix until well combined.

11. Beat one egg with a fork. Brush over prepared loaf.

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1/3 cup flour 1/3 cup brown sugar 3 T. oil Mix until a crumby texture is obtained.

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12. Sprinkle with streusel. 9 14. Allow to cool 10 to 15 minutes and remove from pan. 15. Optional: Drizzle melted baking chocolate or chocolate glaze when cooled. 16. Prepare yourself a mug of coffee and enjoy a slice!


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CINNAMON AND VANILLA BUNS BY DRAIZY WERCBERGER

These buns take just one hour, from start to finish, completely debunking the myth that baking yeast cakes is an all-day project. This recipe yields four rolls, two with a cinnamon filling, and two with a vanilla filling. Double either filling — or substitute with a chocolate filling — to make the flavor of your buns according to your preference.

DOUGH 10 cups flour 3 T. dry yeast 2 tsp. salt 2/3 cup sugar 2/3 cup oil 1 cup water 2 cups milk or milk substitute 1.

2 eggs 8 T. oil, separate (for drizzling on dough) CINNAMON FILLING

VANILLA FILLING 1/3 cup white sugar 1/3 cup confectioner's sugar 2 T. vanilla sugar

1/3 cup confectioners sugar 1/3 cup brown sugar 2 tsp. cinnamon powder

In a large mixing bowl, put flour, yeast, sugar, salt, egg, and oil.

2. In another bowl, combine milk and water and microwave for about a minute. Then, pour it into the flour mixture. 3. Using a mixer, mix the ingredients for about six minutes, until a smooth dough is formed. 4. Place into a large bowl and cover, and let rise for 15 minutes. 5. Divide dough in four. 6. Roll out each part to a large rectangle.

To save cleanup time, let the dough rise in a bag.

7. On each rectangle, smear 2 T. oil and half of one of the fillings, so that you will have two cinnamon rolls and two vanilla rolls. 8. Roll up jelly-roll style, and cut each roll into about 20 slices. 9. Distribute the danishes from each roll onto a cookie sheet. 10. Let rise on the counter while the oven preheats to 400°. 11. Bake for about 12-14 minutes.

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Rule #1:

Never buy your kids sturdy school shoes.

I was home with a newborn when my mother graciously offered to take my older daughter to buy school shoes. “Any preferences?” she asked. I made a grim mistake. “Please try to get her sturdy shoes that will last.” Never get your kids sturdy shoes. Never ever get your kids practical shoes that will last throughout the season. Sturdy shoes are clunky. Practical shoes can be ugly. Perhaps it was the emotions that come with a new baby, but my face fell when my daughter breezed through the front door, proudly displaying her new shoes. “They are returnable,” my mother quickly reassured me. My daughter insisted on trying them. I did not like them (that’s an understatement). I was trying to formulate a gentle way of conveying this to my mother who had just braved the chaotic back-toschool scene at the shoe store so I could rest. Someone mistakenly opened the back door and my cute little daughter chose that moment to dash outside and splash in a puddle. The shoes were ours to keep. So instead of saying, “I really appreciate it, but can we please switch them for a different pair?” I said, “They are really cute!” I swallowed hard and I commanded my tears to stay put. It was only shoes, for Heaven’s sake. Still, those shoes bothered me throughout the long, brutal winter. True to my original request, they were sturdy. So sturdy, in fact, that they remained in perfect condition. I kept checking for holes or tears, anything that would justify the need for a new pair, but unfortunately they

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lasted. All winter long. I was overjoyed when spring finally rolled around — and with it, the new line of spring shoes. I was determined to buy my daughter the cutest pair of shoes in the store. I finally settled on a chic pair of loafers. They were stunning! I smiled smugly as I watched her play with a neighbor who was wearing plain, clunky summer shoes. As the youngest of ten, you’d think her mother would have learned how to buy cute shoes by now! She should really learn from me. My daughter had the sharpest looking pair of shoes on the block. My daughter was running home, when the gorgeous new shoes slipped off her feet. No biggie, we put them right back on. But they slipped off again and again and again and again. I spent a large part of the spring slipping shoes onto my daughter’s feet. Oh. So that’s why people don’t buy loafers for two-year-olds. My daughter reported that Morah had told her to just leave her shoes in her briefcase. Ouch. The poor kid was walking around completely shoeless. So a few weeks later we purchased cute sneaker shoes. They were identical to the neighbor’s shoes. With ten kids, she’s a smart woman. I’ve really got to learn from her practical experience. Those shoes were great for about one week, when dear daughter returned home with a hole on the left shoe. Huh? Where did that come from? It was still mid-July so we were back in the shoe store for our third pair of summer shoes. Pair Number Three was great, until my daughter complained that they were “hard.” Oh no! She probably just had to break into them, but still. I was done with shoes. That day, she wore her old scuffed winter Shabbos shoes to day camp. I felt better when I noticed another toddler parading around town in snow boots on the muggiest, hottest summer day. I certainly didn’t judge her mother. The season is quickly passing and the winter shoes are on the shelves now. I’ve learned the hard way:

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What’s the best time to eat supper?

Although there are some educators who are of a different opinion, most experts believe that homework should be tackled as soon as the kids come home from school. The material they learned is still fresh in their minds, and it is easier to recall the suggestions and instructions that teachers have taught. Another major pro to crossing homework off the list first, is that it instills a sense of accomplishment that carries over to the rest of the night, and clears the evening for activities other than scholastics to give the brain a break.

The optimum dinner time is between 6:00 and 7:00 pm for adults, and between 5:00 and 6:00 for children who go to sleep between 7:00 and 8:00 pm. Serving them a heavy meal too close to bedtime is not the best for their digestive systems. Serve the children a light snack when they come home from school to curb their hunger, yet not to satiate them enough to be too full to eat at dinnertime.

What’s the best time to sign the kids’ papers? Paper and test signing should never be left for the morning. Make it part of the bedtime routine to go through your child’s briefcase to ascertain that all paperwork has been dealt with.

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What’s the best time to prepare the kids’ clothing? The morning rush is something that can almost be avoided with proper planning. Lay each child’s clothes out before turning in for the night. If you have a child who likes to choose his or her own clothes, have the child do so before s/he goes to sleep to avoid struggles in the morning. Preparing in advance avoids last-minute shoe searches and

unpleasant surprises, such as finding out that a shirt has not made it into the wash a few minutes before it is to be donned.

What’s the best time to go to sleep? For three- through six-yearolds, who should sleep between eleven and thirteen hours, the ideal bedtime is between 6:00 and 8:00 pm, depending on what time they tend to wake up in the morning. Seven- to twelve-year-olds should be sleeping ten to eleven hours a night, and their ideal bedtime is between 7:30 and 9:00, depending at which side of the range they are. Teenagers should be sleeping at least 9 hours a night. Since teenagers will generally sleep until Zero Hour, simply count back nine or more hours from the time that they have to be up in the morning, and set that as bedtime. Keep in mind that it takes an average of 15 minutes for a child


to fall asleep, so the bedtime should be a quarter of an hour prior to the time you’d want them to be asleep.

What’s the best time to take a shower? Generally, a hot or warm shower will relax a person and helps one fall asleep. So showers are best off done before bedtime. If one chooses to take a shower in the morning, use the following wake-up trick. Once the shower is done, the nozzle should be cranked to the cold side, and the person should remain standing under the cold water for 30 seconds. This will do the job better than coffee. (Not recommended for winter mornings.)

What’s the best time to awake in the morning? Set your alarm to about 30 minutes before your children awake. It will make all the difference in your day. By the time you coax your crew out of the cozy confines of their covers, you’ll be acquainted with the new day,

dressed, after your morning coffee, and hopefully having managed to work a few minutes of davening in, too. A half hour of sleep is a small price to pay for a great beginning to a new day. As for the children, if they are not the early risers whom it’s hard to beat, they should (try to

be) awoken when the clock still allows for a calm transition from bed to desk, with enough time to get dressed properly, eat breakfast calmly, collect themselves, and amble to their bus stop or school.

What’s the best time to schedule healthy check-ups and dentist appointments? Always try to schedule appointments before or after school hours, or on a day where school is not in session. Many medical centers and physicians now offer early or late hour appointments which work well for the conscientious student. When it’s inevitable to miss school, schedule the appointment as close as possible to the beginning or end of the school day, as leaving school and then returning breaks up the day one time too many for the student and her classmates.

What’s the best time to call the teacher when there is an issue? You may think it’s early in the year, but deal with an issue right away before it becomes a problem. Of course, allow time for a child to get used to something that s/ he is not happy with, like a seating change or a way of studying, but issues of real concern should be dealt with in the beginning stages. If there’s something about your child that her new teacher should know about, don’t wait for her to make a mistake and unintentionally hurt your daughter. Touch base early and join forces to bring out the best in your child.

What’s the best time to compliment your child? There’s never a wrong time to give your child — or anyone — a boost. Give her the confidence to succeed, to thrive, and to be her very best. Notice how hard she’s trying and show her you believe in her. Make it your business to find positive things to say.

What’s the best time for students to file papers and organize their binders? The trick is not to let the papers accumulate. Since many teachers will not allow students to punch or file their papers, students should designate a time each day to file papers and straighten up. It can be the first five minutes of recess or lunch break, between periods, or right after the recess bell before the teacher enters the classroom (if there isn’t a different assignment then). Sometimes, if it works with the school’s policy, it can be done right after dismissal. But be on top of it, because once the papers start piling up, it grows from a routine to a daunting task.

What’s the best time for students to prepare for a test? Instead of cramming the info when test season makes a showing, students should be proactive. Preparing for each teacher’s lesson by reading over the notes from the previous lesson and making up any work missed will ensure that the students have the info down pat as they go along. By being on top of homework and assignments and reinforcing the studies on a steady basis, students will be at ease with the info, so that when the testing happens, all that has to be done is put pen to paper to spill the information mastered.

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A SHARP START TO SCHOOL The back-to-school shopping frenzy is reaching a crescendo and finally coming to a close. One of the decisions faced by students everywhere is how to cut and style their locks for that sharp school look. Over the seasons, we’ve cut them short in layers, tied them up to the side, pinned them up just halfway, braided them, and adorned them with feathers and fur. With straight bangs being the rage now, The Monsey View would like to save you the line-waiting at your favorite salon. We interviewed M. Spiegel, haircutting teacher in several Monsey schools, for your DIY bang cutting and maintenance guide. In addition, she also gives private hair courses, and teaches you how to blowdry your own hair. She sells a full array of hair supplies and specializes in providing you with the right products for your hair type.

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Clip and save for when it’s time for a trim!

HANDY TOOLS AND TIPS Spray bottle

Cutting comb with inches

Apron

Chair (a small child can be placed on a stool atop a chair)

Haircutting scissors

Butterfly clips for sectioning

(a plastic tablecloth can work instead)

(No, your kitchen or paper scissors will not do the job!)

STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR STRAIGHT BANGS Comb the front part of the hair down the front of the face, forming a triangle at the crown of your head; the amount of hair you take should be according to how thick you want your bangs to be.

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With sharp scissors, cut straight across, while holding the hair down taut to ensure the cut will be straight. (Make sure your daughter's eyes are closed.)

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with M. Spiegel HOW OFTEN SHOULD BANGS BE TRIMMED? Approximately once every six weeks. WHAT KIND OF HAIR IS BEST FOR BANGS?

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Bangs suit everyone with straight hair. They are not recommended for frizzy, cinky, curly, or wavy hair.

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Want a less blunt look? If you want angled bangs, that will blend more smoothly into the side of the hair, part your hair in the center and then, pinch each side between the pointer and the middle finger and bring them both about a half inch below the bridge of the nose. Holding all hairs in a bundle stretched taut, cut through the hairs.

WHAT’S THE PERFECT LENGTH FOR BANGS? Right above or on the eyebrow.

In Closing The way you part your hair is the way your hair will be accustomed to grow. So often, after having your hair parted to one side, or not parted at all, the bangs will not immediately fall the right way. Tip: Use pin curl clips to train the roots to start growing the hair downwards.


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DIY HEADBANDS By: S.M. Wolodarsky

Add some flair and style to your accessory collection with this new take on the classic bow. Even if you’ve already finished with the back-to-school prep, a headband is always exciting. Here we bring you step-by-step instructions for this up-to-date headband to give your uniform that finishing touch.

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WHAT YOU WILL NEED: Fabric of your choice, cut to 25 1/2” and 3 1/2” and 3” by 3” 25” utility wire #20 (can be found in any hardware store) Small rubber band or ponytail holder Hot glue and glue gun

Needle and thread

1 Take the longest piece of fabric and fold in half lengthwise, with right sides together. Pin all around raw edges, and stitch 3/8” seams all around (on all three open sides). In the center of the longest side, leave an opening of approximately 2”.

2 Turn fabric right-side-out by pulling the fabric through the opening in the center. Iron lightly.

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Insert wire into sash through the center opening of the fabric.

Fold the sash in three, like an “N.”

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3 Bend back a ½” on both ends of the wire, forming loops on both ends.

6 Tie center tightly with the rubber band/ponytail holder. Slightly pull the top layer back, so half of it is on bottom, and the other half is on top.


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Fold 3” by 3” fabric in half, with wrong sides together. Pin. Stitch ¼” seam. Roll over so seam is in center. Iron.

Wrap center of bow with tab. Slip stitch ends of tab together.

9 Shape bow by forming the wire.

10 Put hot glue on the center of the bottom of the bow and press firmly onto the headband.

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“We prepare children to learn how to learn, not how to take a test.” --- FINNISH TEACHER

PISA

The Program for International Student Assessment A worldwide study of 15-year-old students’ scholastic performance in mathematics, science, and reading once every three years.

TOP RANKING COUNTRIES 1 CHINA

2 SINGAPORE

3 JAPAN

4 KOREA

5 FINLAND

6 CANADA

7 POLAND

8 LIECHTENSTEIN

The U.S. ranked below average in mathematics at 27th, and about average in reading and science, coming in the 17th and 20th, respectively Massachusetts participated in the tests as a separate entity, (as did Connecticut and Florida), and ranked 9th in mathematics.

With Finland coming in towards the top in PISA scores, you’d think their students are drilled under a heavy, gruesome curriculum, like in the top-ranking Oriental schools. But the opposite holds true.

“No tests, no grades, no homework.” --- THE PHILOSOPHY OF DEMOCRATIC SCHOOLS SUDBURY SCHOOLS and “free schools” are both forms of “democratic education,” which take the ideas of democracy for children to great extremes. Students have complete control over what and how they learn, as well as how they are evaluated, if at all. At the weekly School Meeting, students vote on everything, from school rules and how to spend the budget to whether staff members should be rehired. They vote which trips to take and plan how to fundraise for them. Every student and staff member has a vote and all votes count equally. Their philosophy is that students are capable of assuming responsibility and of making sound decisions; in the event that they make poor decisions, learning comes in the form of dealing with the consequences. They feel learning should not be a burden imposed upon children, but rather a task which they have a say in and are motivated to do. Students are not divided according to ages, and many older students take on the role of mentoring the younger ones.

FLOATING SCHOOL Bangladesh is prone to NOT YOUR severe flooding, leaving millions stranded and TYPICAL making it impossible to attend school during seasons. To combat the challenges, they SCHOOL these built solar powered schools that float. Whenever there’s a flood, the schools pick their students up from docks and riversides, then dock somewhere so that class can begin. After the lessons are through, the boat schools return the students to their homes and another group of students is picked up. needs a math notebook anyhow? Innovative WINDOW Who math teachers have found a way to engage their WRITING students in their math lessons. They give each pair

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of students a window and board markers where they solve their math problems together. It helps students be active learners and makes them learn better while in motion.


The average school day is just 5 HOURS LONG.

Finnish Kids have VERY LITTLE homework.

ONLY 1 standardized test is taken throughout a child’s academic career.

The Finnish care little about grades, and a child’s success is NOT BASED on test marks.

Learning often takes place out of the classroom, by connecting with the REAL WORLD.

Kids in Finland have 75 MINUTES of recess per day!

The Korean education system is a direct foil to the Finnish mentality.

The typical school day is 9 AM TO 5 PM, with additional classes at night.

Tests are the main focus, and students are under EXTREME PRESSURE to bring home good grades.

There are NO RECESS BREAKS, save for 10 minutes to shuffle between classes.

What Korea shares with Finland is a PASSION FOR LEARNING and a belief that if every child is educated, the entire society benefits. They also share an unparalleled cultural respect for teachers.

Harkness Method isn't based on a specific curriculum or a particular ideology, but rather on one ‘ROUND The important piece of furniture. In place of the traditional classroom setup of a teacher at the board lecturing THE TABLE to students seated in rows of desks, a large oval table is the centerpiece of any classroom that employs the Harkness method of teaching. Students sit with their classmates and teacher around the table and discuss any and all subjects, often in great detail. Individual opinions are formed, raised, rejected, and revised at the Harkness table, where the teacher's main responsibilities are to ensure that no one student dominates the discussion and to keep the students on point. This is best for 15 students or less. is education based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning, and collaborative play. MONTESSORI Montessori Children make creative choices in their learning, in a classroom prepared by the teacher with the right METHOD activities to guide the learning process. Multi-age groupings are a hallmark of this method: younger children learn from older children, who reinforce their learning by teaching concepts they have already mastered. is the book in which the teacher can read about what teaching is? The children themselves are this WALDORF Where book. We should not learn to teach out of any book other than the one lying open before us and consisting EDUCATION of the children themselves. — Rudolf Steiner, Founder of Waldorf Education The Waldorf approach instills a love for learning in children, encouraging problem solving with the use of art, music, and creative play to foster a child’s imagination and the joy of learning. They focus on high EQ, and their approach is designed to help a child connect with the world and to grow through it. They work with a child’s natural tendencies to encourage their curiosity and let them figure out answers their own way.

AHEAD AND INNOVATION GO SNOOZE THE IN EDUCATION ALARM. Many

AFTERNOON, GIRLS. YOU MAY REMAIN STANDING “GOOD STANDING.” You better trade in your brand-new loafers DESKS for something more sensible, if you are to attend a

schools across the U.S., realizing how crucial sufficient sleeping hours are for the health, safety, academic performance, and quality of life of children, have modified their starting times. Slowly, the morning bell in schools across the country started ringing at 8 instead of 7, and then 8:30. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended that middle and high schools should aim for starting no earlier than 8:30 am, to enable students to achieve the 8.5–9.5 hours of sleep recommended by the National Sleep Foundation.

school that provides adjustable standing desks in each classroom. In some schools, even the principal uses a standing desk himself. Educators believing that children need to move around, instead of always being told to sit still, sit up, and pay attention, are looking toward this new learning equipment, and the results are astounding. They find that children distract other students less, especially since many standing desks have “fidget bars” installed, where children can move their feet back and forth without disturbing others, and there’s no need to click pens or ask permission to leave the room, because students are getting the freedom to move. This idea is gaining popularity in schools across the country. T H E M O N SE Y VIE W /

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INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Draw one of the art ideas from this column. *Submissions should be drawn on a standard 8.5” by 11” paper. 2. Color it, using pastel, crayon, paint, marker - or even colored pencil.

3. Clearly label your submission with your name, age, and school/cheder. *Please write your name and age on the art page, not on a separate paper.

4. Mail your masterpiece to The Monsey View, 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952

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Chaya Liba Aarons

CHAPTER ONE

When I grow up I want to be a teacher. Each year, when my teacher would ask what I’d be when I grew up, I’d scrawl this carefully into my notebooks. This confident ambition was as defining of my existence as my name and address. What could life be like, anyway, if I wasn’t a teacher? It would be… it just wouldn’t be. I would be a teacher. I was the girl whose notebook you copied from when you were absent. I was the one whose notes went around the class and came back with ketchup stains. I was the one who loved to study. (Yes, that’s right.) I was the one who would surely land a teaching job along with graduation. I was the one you’d point to and say, “If anyone will be a teacher, it will be her.” This plan and vision followed me throughout my school years, up until graduation. I didn’t land a teaching job, but I enrolled in a methodology course with bonus hashkafah classes. And together, they nixed my dream of eigh-

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teen years. Methodology was — surprise, surprise — just not my thing. I sat through classes completely uninterested in the stages of reading development. I didn’t care for tips on teaching phonetics. I couldn’t fit my brain into these hard and fast rules. I needed freedom. What a strange idea — I

rating all five senses in the lesson. I had to write up exactly what I was planning to say, including questions I would ask. I had to prepare flashcards and visual aids. I spent five days preparing for one forty-five minute lesson. They said it was amazing, they said I was charismatic, everyone cheered.

This confident ambition was as defining of my existence as my name and address. know. But the longing for freedom intensified with every class and erupted when my turn to deliver a model lesson arrived. Just when I should have been proving my superior teaching potential, I disappointed everyone. Instead of throwing myself into lesson preparation with the gusto of someone who may finally realize his dreams, I sat down to prepare in bewildered panic and disinterest. I had to create a lesson plan and explain how I was incorpo-

But… I didn’t care. It was draining, it was demanding, and I didn’t want to do it again. I came home from school and flung all of my model lesson supplies and paraphernalia onto my desk and fell into bed. I propped my feet up and breathed in the luxury of a vacation. Ha. Mrs. Davis, my methodology instructor, had lots of plans for me. There was always something to read up on and prepare and learn and…aargh.


Every methodology class squeezed my brain harder and harder into its rigid rubric of rules and ideas. It confined me in its prison, and I wanted out. While that was happening, Mrs. Berman taught us about running a Yiddishe home. Her enthusiasm, tenderness, and warmth touched and inspired me. And her story pulled me up, up, and away from methodology, into places I really wanted to be. When Mrs. Berman graduated high school, everyone had grand expectations of her future as the rising mechaneches of the

as the date drew closer, I grew tense and panicky. This is certainly not how I’d felt all those years looking forward to teaching. Teaching had always been anticipated, not dreaded. I threw together stencils and a lesson plan. This time I didn’t work hard. I didn’t have the patience to explain the raison d’etre of every sentence or slave over flashcards that would be the nicest ones ever seen in a classroom since Sarah Schenirer. This wasn’t a logical, thoughtout decision I made. I didn’t intend to play hooky — but I just

It was draining, it was demanding, and I didn’t want to do it again. next generation. But very soon, she got engaged and married, and then she realized that she couldn’t do it all. Teaching would demand too much of her time and her physical and emotional energy, and she felt she needed it for her family. She had a baby within a year, and in that year she also accepted a secretarial job. Secretary? The world gasped. Mrs. Berman would not be a teacher? It took many, many years, after she married off some of her children, before Mrs. Berman became the hashkafah teacher everyone had already assumed she’d never be. Mrs. Berman’s story kept me up at night. I, myself, grew up as a latchkey kid, and the thing I most wanted was to have a warm, inviting home where Mommy was always present — in all ways. I wanted to throw myself completely into creating a haven of a home — being a good wife to my future husband, a devoted mother of children. Model lesson two reared its head sooner than I thought, and

couldn’t do otherwise. I felt limp, drained of all of the vigor that had egged me on all those years. I celebrated my engagement toward the end of the year, and from then my interest in methodology totally fizzled out. I finished my methodology course with a thud, not a bang. Over. It was over, and so was my planned teaching career. Mrs. Davis didn’t hide her disappointment in me. “You flew off somewhere,” she told me. At least I could blame it on my upcoming wedding, but it was really only a part of the reason. I had learned some things about myself during that conflicted year. I discovered that I was not made for subscribing to rigid rules. I also found it excruciating to divide my emotional reserves. My upcoming marriage consumed me, and I didn’t have any energy left for a class full of students. I lost a dream, but suddenly — strangely — I felt free. I didn’t mourn the death of my dream; it felt like the start of something else, something beautiful.

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Bracha Yehudis Rivki Simi

Calculator

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School starts next week. All the local stores have back-to-school sales running and the parents of school girls are purchasing supplies for their kids. The stationery store on this particular evening is very busy, as the parents stock up on pencils, notebooks, and other supplies for the new school season. Five kids, who are shopping with their parents, get to pick out their own supplies. Each ends up getting a different colored binder and ruler, and each gets a different package of writing implements. The children also manage to convince their parents that they really needed one additional item, not currently on their parents’ shopping list. Determine the first name of each child, the color of each binder and ruler (no child gets the same colors), the type of writing implements each gets (one is a package of ball point pens), and the additional item each talks their parents into buying for them (one is an eraser).

Bracha Yehudis Rivki Simi Toby Alarm Clock Backpack Eraser Colored Pencil Calculator Ballpoint Pens

1. The kids who get pencils don't get anything red. The one who gets the orange binder doesn’t get the backpack.

Felt Tip Pens

2. The five kids are the girl who gets the alarm clock, the one who gets the orange ruler, the one who gets the felt tip pens, Yehudis, and the one who gets the green binder.

Markers

3. The one who gets the yellow binder also gets a red ruler, but it isn’t Bracha. The one who gets the calculator also gets a green ruler.

Mechanical Pencils Wood Pencils

Green

Simi

Blue

Rivki

Orange

Yehudis

Red

Bracha NAME

Yellow Orange Green Blue

BINDER COLOR

Mechanical Pencils Ballpoint Pens Wood Pencils Felt Tip Pens

RULER COLOR

TYPE OF WRITING IMPLEMENTS

Alarm Clock Eraser Colored Pencils Calculator Backpack ADDITIONAL ITEM

Yellow Ruler

Markers

Red Ruler

6. The kids who get the mechanical, wood, and colored pencils, in no particular order, were Rivki, the one who gets the yellow ruler, and the girl who gets the orange binder Red

Orange Ruler

5. Toby gets the markers. The girl who gets the backpack also gets a blue ruler.

Yellow

Green Ruler

doesn’t get anything green.

Toby

Blue Ruler

4. Simi gets mechanical pencils but she doesn’t get an orange ruler. Rivki gets the colored pencils for art class, but she


Monsey Is My Home! By Itta Shayowitz It’s Leil Shabbos, and I light the Shabbos candles as the sun just begins to set over the hilltops. I glance out the window and watch Tziporah and Menachem happily playing across the road in the neighbor’s yard. There are some geese resting on my front lawn, but I don’t even think twice about them anymore. Instead, I come outside to sit on the front porch and breathe in the delicious, crisp, clean air. Ahh, peace and serenity. My mind is clear, my heart is full. I look around at the trees and the grass and the children playing in their Shabbos finery and suddenly I realize… This is home. I wouldn’t trade it for anyplace else in the world! Last week I bumped into a seminary friend at a wedding. She asked me where I lived. “Monsey,” I replied. “How is it? Do you like it?” “Love it! Well, okay, it took a little time for me to adjust, but I’m really loving it now. And you know what else? I have a garage!” “You do? I’m so jealous!” “Not only that, but I also have a beautiful big yard where the kids run around and play. And in the fall, they make a

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tower of leaves and jump into it. They have so much fun. Here, let me show you my pictures…” “Sounds so nice! Tell me more!” “Well, at first I had a hard time finding a gym. You know how much I love yoga, right? But I found this amazing gym that has tons of classes, so I’m meeting lots of new people. And okay, it took me a while to find my favorite supermarket, ‘cause there are really so many to choose from. But I settled on this one store, and they pretty much know my kids and I so well that I have a standing order by now. Oh, and well I guess there’s also a little bit of a traffic situation, but t h e n o n c e you get where you’re going,

there’s always a huge parking lot that’s free, which is a mechayeh. In fact, ever since I stopped feeding the meters like I used to do in Brooklyn, I’ve got so many extra quarters, I don’t even know what to do with them!“ I stopped to take a deep breath, and then just kept on going. I was on a roll. “Oh, and the parks are amazing. You know how in Brooklyn, a park is basically a playground with a slide and a couple of swings? Or, maybe it’s a school yard that gets open to the public on weekends? Well, in Monsey we are surrounded by these really beautiful parks with lots and lots of green grass and plenty of room for the kids to play. And sometimes they even offer free entertainment for the kids! “Oh, and my neighbors — they’re just the nicest people. There


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That’s when I realized that the Shayowitz kids aren’t city children anymore, they’re Monsey kids.

was this one time that I got into an accident and everybody was just soooo super helpful. I was so touched! “And did I tell you about the time there was a flying squirrel living in my attic? Now, that was a real adventure…” “Whoa, slow down. Sounds like so much has happened since you moved. Why’d you move there in the first place?” “Well, at first we moved because we thought it would be the best place to raise our kids. You know, big yard, lots of space, good schools, etc. After all, my husband grew up there. But the funny thing is that as time went on I started to realize more and more that this community is so special. Monsey is really unique, there’s no place else like it.” “Oh come on. Seriously?” “The chesed is incredible. When we walk to the park on a hot Shabbos afternoon, we actually pass houses where people leave out coolers filled with ice water. They even put out a sign inviting us to make a bracha and take a drink! You know what I mean? It’s like I was expecting to enjoy the physical beauty of living here, but I didn’t realize it would be spiritually uplifting as well.” “I don’t know Itta. I’m getting the feeling that Monsey changed you somehow…” “I think so, too. I used to be a proud Brooklynite. And I still do love visiting there, for sure. But suddenly everything there seems so tiny. The houses are small, the parking is nuts, and the traffic lights take forever. It’s just different, you know? Just a couple of weeks ago, we went to visit my grandfather in Boro Park and we passed a mailbox on the street corner. Menachem said, ‘What’s that blue thing on the corner?’ He didn’t know what a mailbox is! That’s when I realized that the Shayowitz kids aren’t city children anymore, they’re Monsey kids. “And you know what else? We finally stopped calling our home in Monsey ‘the new house’. Now we just call it ‘home.’” THE END

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Should I Put Down the Most I Possibly Can?

by Ann Zeilingold A common question asked on a regular basis is the following: What is the “normal” amount that people put down on the mortgage? This question has no “normal” answer, since every mortgage is unique. Because there is mortgage insurance required on loans when the down payment is less than 20%, many people try to put down at least 20%. But if one does not have 20%, there are other options. There are mortgage loans available for first-time homebuyers with as little as 3% down. There is the FHA loan, which requires a 3.5% down payment and there are 5%, 10%, and 15% options too. Is it better to put a heftier down payment down, or is it better to put less down but to pay more monthly? Should one borrow more money if they can to put more down? Again, a question that I cannot answer, because the answers are so specific to the individual. What questions need to be asked and answered so that a first-time homebuyer can make a clear decision? Firstly, funds being used for the purchase of a home cannot be borrowed funds. Mortgage companies, though, only review the last one or two months’ bank statements, so we may never know where the money actually came from. But, if someone is looking to “borrow” from family in order to buy a home, doing so is a violation of mortgage guidelines. The reason being that the mortgage companies are concerned, rightfully so, that if the buyer borrowed funds privately, they may struggle greatly if the person who lent the money wants it back in a short time-frame. This actually happened to me. When I was buying my first home, somebody gave me money with no specific date when I should repay, just vaguely said,

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He was behind on his mortgage and swimming in credit card debt because he could not manage the payments. This is exactly the scenario that banks are afraid of.

“In the future.” But after I was in the house six months, they asked me to pay them back. It was relatively a very small sum, but what if it had been a very large amount? I remember a client calling me years ago. They were in trouble and wanted to know if I could help them. They had bought a home, and put 50% down. In those days, we never questioned the down payment, especially such a large percentage down. What the bank didn’t know, and apparently the buyer didn’t think out thoroughly, was that the money for the down payment was all borrowed from friends and relatives. The person who called me related to me that soon after he closed on the house, the people who had given him the money wanted it paid back on a monthly basis, so he took cash advances from credit cards in order to make the payments, and now he was behind on his mortgage and swimming in credit card debt because he could not manage the payments. This is exactly the scenario that banks are afraid of. I always ask buy-


ers where the down payment is coming from and if they have the means to pay back the funds. If they say, “No, it’s from family; when I sell the house we would possibly need to pay back,” or something to that effect, or if they say, “Maybe when I become really rich I would have to.” If they are able to put a larger down payment down using gift funds, then certainly try to put more money down. But if the money will need to be repaid, then I believe sometimes it’s better to put less down and pay a higher mortgage payment. It is simply sometimes better to owe a lending institution than a close friend or family member. Another question that needs to be asked is, “When are you moving in?” This question may determine if the new home will be deemed an investment property or an owner-occupied property. There are major differences between owner-occupied loans and investment mortgages. I ask if the new home needs work. If a client is buying a home on a tight budget and there is literally nothing left, how will they move? How will they be able to afford ba-

sic move-in maintenance like painting, scraping floors, or even pay for their movers? The most important exercise with a first-time buyer is a budget. Regardless if they can get approved for the mortgage, can they afford the house? The mortgage algorithms in determining whether a family can afford a mortgage loan or not does not take in account the Tristate area’s high utilities, sales tax, kosher groceries, Yom Tov, yeshiva tuition, travel to work, two cars, high insurance, etc… Even if a family qualifies for the loan, paying the mortgage can be really hard. To sum this up, nothing is “normal,” and there are no rules of thumb regarding “regular” people and how they purchase a home. Some people have a lot of family support, some people have great jobs, some people have cash reserves, some people have other income not being used to determine mortgage eligibility, and some people have none of the above. Every buyer and situation is so unique!

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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.

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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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11 bedroom luxury colonial in the heart of Concord! Sunroom with removable roof for sukkah, heated flooring, separate guest house, 3 kitchens, and much much more! A special house in a great area!

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7 Bedroom Victorian style home in very desirable neighborhood. Legal two family ! You don’t want to miss this!! 7 Bedroom 6 1/2 Bath LUXURY HOME with over 4500 square ft of elegance. Best Heimeshe Neighborhood in Monsey. Nothing has been forgotten in this fabulous home! Professionally designed and meticulously maintained. Coffered ceilings in amazing dining room, spacious living room, new kitchen, Pessach kitchen, new baths, guest suite, library, wine cellar, indoor Sukkah, security cameras, attached garage and so much more. Just unpack and settle in to Monsey living at its best. Call Sara Klein 845-642-9438 for a private showing.

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For Sale HOUSE FOR SALE Well maintained 4 bed 3 bath bilevel situated on .80/acre of parklike property on a quiet cul-de-sac Red Oak Ln S.V. only $429k Call 845-605-0538

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4 BEDROOMS 3 Baths, Bi-level w/ inground heated pool, walk to 4 Shuls in quiet neighborhood. Priced for quick sale, move in condition (845) 364-9588

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Gorgeous D&W set W/ 2 Night Tables. Perfect for Chosson/ Kallah. Was $7500 New. Asking $2,300. 617-692-0716.

two door stainless steel fridge in perfect condition please call 845.570.3002

BUNK BED Atlantic Natural Wood 39" Bunk Bed $350. Can include mattresses for an additional $300. call or text 845-642-0809

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

MBR SET Cherry Mahogany, mint condition, includes, 2 headboards, dresser w/ mirror, armoire and night chest, selling due to moving, 347-668-8210

LEATHER COUCH 3 seater couch for sale. 1 year old, brand new condition! Call: 845364-6422

SEFORIM SHANK

2012 with only 46k miles. Asking price: $11,500 or best offer. For more info please text 845-2632316.

Custom 4 Door, Mint condition 347-668-8210

DODGE CARAVAN

TWIN HEADBOARDS

2007 133k miles with remote starter excellent condition $2200 please call 914-996-7091

2 for $90, buffet table $399, wooden hutch $230, granite hutch $199, stools $95 for 2, twin bedroom set $450! Call 917-2804559

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6 Door china closet, table & 6 chairs Please call 845-238-6528

COFFEE TABLE Beautiful vintage round glass coffee table with seashell base Italian $298 call 845-664-2109

FURNITURE Two door Dining room buffet 2' x 6' in great condition very reasonable price 347-228-2252

MASTER BR Gorgeous Italian Sterns set for sale. $3,200. Includes headboards, night table, armoire, dresser and mirror. 3474860344.

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

KITCHEN CHAIRS

FOR SALE Brand new kenmore dishwasher stainless steel at give-away price! call 215-620-0920

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

OVEN Dairy 30" oven in beautiful condition for $280 Please call 845-352-3208

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

BRAND NEW Mamas & Papas Sola Stroller Still in box! Including rain cover 845422-3270

ANKA HIGH CHAIR for sale. Folding. Wood. asking $35 347-581-1053

BUGABOO BEE Aluminum frame, black fabric. Handle bar clips need to be replaced. $300 Call/Text for details or pictures. 459-2103

BRAND NEW Beautiful Bella Sheitel (worn twice) for Sale. Dark Color. For more information please call: 845-323-2224

Great value! 4 beautiful, highquality, wrought iron kitchen chairs. Excellent condition. (Ideal for chasson-kallah) $200. 845352-5320

Brand new black & beige Michael Kors wristlet @ $45. Original value $98. Call/text 422-2679

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VIOLIN

Gorgeous Leather 3 pc L/R set, 6 D/R chairs, Buffet/Dresser Call 845-596-4590

Anton schroetter beautiful violin, just tuned. Asking $175 obo. Call or text 845 538 5437.

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USED STROLLER

ARTSCROLL GEMARAS

KOELSTRA CARRIAGE

for sale includes seat and basinet $225 OBO.8457461189

English. Daf Yomi size. Brand new. Looking to sell individual volumes or the whole Shas. Please call 845-596-7213

for sale great condition 3640257

MEZUZES beautiful Ksav Chabad 20 cm Mezuzos for sale at a great price. Please call 845-304-8586

TREADMILL for sale 845 364 0065

BUGABOO CAMALEON Looking to sell 2 carriages: in brand new condition and denim Maclaren in good condition. Call or text 347-581-1657

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TRUMPET

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

for sale a barely used trumpet (b.u.s.a.) for $80 (reg. $120) pls call (845) 262-0554

SHIRTS jos a bank 14.5 33 and 14.5 32 both slim fit $25 each call/text 7322785231

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

SONY STEREO Looking to sell a in excellent condition regular 180 selling for 120 please call 845 274 1035

MEDELA PUMP Medela Advance Personal Double Pump. All new. Complete with case in unopened box at great discount OBO. Call: 845-587-2148

SHOES High Heel Navy & White shoes. Size 7, $150 (original price $248) Call 786-734-5720

CAMERA LIGHT camera light that was hardly used selling for $95. Please call 845461-5626

NORDITRACK ELLIPTICAL

SHAITEL HEADS case of 12 new standard size. Please call 347-804-6737

STROLLER Reversible single Britax B Ready for sale. Great condition. $150. Local pick up. (Retails $500, made 2013). (845) 356-0046

TICHEL/SHIRTZEL Brand new silk tichel and shirtzel to sell for a good price. Call (347) 461-7860

For Rent SUCCOS RENTAL Looking to rent a house or large apt. With sukkah in Ellish Pkwy area. 845-426-1837 or 845-4259737

PRIVATE HOUSE! 4+ bd, big hi range, Stonehouse area, quite dead end, nice back yard, availableOct 1, call 845-5387272.

APARTMENT available for rent next to Viznitz shul for Yom Tov. 2 bdrms/4 beds. Please call 845-325-4850

SUKKOS RENTAL

FRANK OLIVE

4 bdrm private house off Paiken call 18458264066

Brand new hat for sale $45 please call 570-7033

VIZNITZ SHUL

HERMES SILK SCARVES

Beautiful large 4 room apartment on Ashel Lane to rent out for Rosh Hashana and Simchas Torah. Please call 347-715-0565

selling original and copies Also biggest selection elegant chasuna scarves call 1-845-290-5790. low prices

BABY STROLLER First wheel, Black, brand new like, with bassinet attachment, includes net and plastic protectors, hardly used, call for price, 347-668-8210

SANDISK SANSA

Top quality for sale $350. Original price $800. Call 347-572-5281

Clip + 8 GB MP3 Player (Black) has recorder sale $85 please call 845-422-1059

MASSAGE TABLE

BUGABOO CAMELEON

like-new condition for $250 or best offer. Please call 845-4250338 or 845-356-8186.

2013 model special edition navy with red trimming. $500 obo. 425-1937

YOM TOV RENTAL Magnificent 3 Bedroom House available near Rav Schlesinger's Shul. Available from October 9- October 26. with tremendous Sukkah 20X10. call 845-263-6078

SUCCOS RENTAL Brand new 5 BR Apt. on North Cole for rent for the entire Succos $1975. call (347)-731-2811

WIENER DRIVE 3 bedroom apt ONLY $1750/mo Call 845-608-0538

4 ROOM apartment for rent. Please call 845-709-2304.

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THE 4 ROOM Nice apartment available as of October please call 845-445-5629

2 BEDROOM Brand new walk in apt on Dunhill lane. Please call 718-795-6965

JOBS

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

WEEKEND RENTAL

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very cozy new vacation rental on bates dr 2 bedrooms linen and more included. Please call 845709-4459

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HOUSE/APT. NEEDED

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 FOR RENT

ROSH HASHANA

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

Nice and clean two bedroom apt. in Viznitz area. 845-445-5427.

TWO BEDROOM

Due to a simcha we need a 3 bedroom apt or house from 9/18-9/28 Pref. in Widman/ Bluefield area. Very well paid! call 323-5544

5 bedroom apartment for rent entire month of tishrei 347-5811053

LOOKING

POOL RENTALS

BLAUVELT

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

Gorgeous, private, extra large pool for hourly rentals in chestnut ridge. Call 845-425-3485

YOM-TOV RENTAL

AIRMONT

Brand new, cozy 4 room apartment for rent in the Blauvelt area. Central a/c. Avail. Immed. $1300/month. Please call 845-659-0156.

Beautiful spacious 2 bedroom apartment available to rent for the entire month of Tishrei. Please call 845-659-7745

2 bdrm, 1.5 bath, new appliances Just built 845-659-1630

4 ROOM

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

Apartment available for rent on Adar ct. For Yom kipper and Succos call 426-3428

WEEKEND RENTAL

NEW HEMPSTEAD

very cozy new vacation rental on bates dr 2 bedrooms linen and more included. Please call 845709-4459

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

HOUSE FOR RENT in New Hempstead; 3 bedrm; 2 full baths; living rm; dining rm; state of art kitchen; deck overlooking pool; short or long term10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

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1 BEDROOM

VACATION RENTAL ‫באקוועמע צוויי צומערדיגע דירה צו‬ ,‫פארדינגען אין גיבבערס אויפן טאג‬ reasonable price. .‫ אדער שבת‬,‫וואך‬ 845-794-1227

3 BEDROOM New construction. Dr Frank area call 347-263-4878

shabbos rental on beautiful grassy/ kid friendly property. Towels and linen provided. 845213-0978

DANA RD. Sunny 2 room apt, private entrance, freshly painted, full bath, washer dryer. $800+ Plz call 845-826-0700

TISHREI APT 3 room apt avail for rent for the entire tishrei conveniently located 3 min away from viznitz! plz call(845)608-6830

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

FURNISHED SUITE 1 bedroom suite on Blauvelt corner Cameo Ridge available day/week/weekend close to shul and grocery call 845-5383993


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4 ROOMS Plus baby suite, storage room. Separate entrance in private home, West Maple. 845-4458691. No sec8.

3 BEDROOM New apt on Jill Ln cor Ralph Blvd 2 flight up no porch available sect.8 ok. 1750+utilities 845-5383993

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

Great Opportunity! Hamaspik’s After School Program Boy’s division is currently looking for staff to join our team, hours are Sunday’s 11:00-3:30, during the week 3:30-5:45.

If interested please fax resume to 845-425-3044

GARAGE 4 RENT

MAGNIFICENT

LIGHT GREEN

available for rent for storage space please call 917 279 8205

size 2-4 ivory/ Royal blue dress For Kallas Tnoim or sis of the bride. 8453522999

beaded, chiffon gown for sale, size 12. Call (845)664-0250

2 ROOM OFFICE brand new nice quiet area private entrance prime area (not basement) call 3474527893 l. M.

LOOKING TO RENT office space in the Monsey Blvd./ west central area please call:845 459 3815

4 ROOM apartment for rent from Oct. near Olympia and collage Rd Please call. 917-474-3026

GARAGE SPACE 500 sq ft (separate from house) available for rent . Great for storage... Please call 845-2740800.

Wedding Gowns and Dresses MACHETAINESTE DRESS Machetaineste dress worn once size 16/18 please call 845.709.2831

DRESS FOR RENT Elegant black velvet dress for sale or rent size 14 call 845-499-5229

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

KALLAH GOWN Satin white with dropped waist and beaded embroidered detail. Size 4-6 Tall. Excellent condition - worn once. Call/text 845-5589859

BEAUTIFUL sister of bride gown mauve & off white size 8-10 please call:845200-1689

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

FOR SALE/RENT Beautiful young white/ blue gown for sale or rent pls call 845642-0910

KALLAH GOWN

KLEINFELD GOWN Magnificent Kleinfeld kallah gown, size 4. To rent or buy. 352-6626

EXQUISITE sister of the bride dress for sale or rent. Worn once. Top- black fine lace. Purchased this season. Size 8-10. 9176274520

MATERNITY Beautiful shabbos and chasunah maternity or lg sz tops at closeout for just $20. 3711765

KLEINFELD GOWN beautiful size 0-2 for sale. 1917 474 5673

SISTER OF BRIDE Magnificent custom made dress size 0-2 to rent (teal coloring) pls call 426-5039

Full lace Kallah gown size 8. Sister's gown size 6. Soft peach and ivory combo. Not floor length. 845-352-6626

custom made apx. Size 2-4. Black velvet and silver. 425-1937

DRESS

EXQUISITE

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

sister of the bride wedding dress size 10.12 text me for a pic. call845.782.7086.or 845 5005296

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THE BEAUTIFUL mother of bride gown size 10.12 made by mirallas 845.662.1020

GOWNS New Beautiful Gowns for rent. Size 6, 8-10 ladies. Black topFloral Bottom 845-608-1266

GOWN

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

JOBS

adorable peach size 2 gown call 845-362-2422

5 PIECE off-white tuxedo size 2 call 845362-2422

MISC.

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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LOOKING

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

for male/female to set up gymnastic equipment sunday morning 10:30 -11:00. and sunday after 6:00-6:30. Excellent pay and benefits. Call (845) 362-5003.

Brand new, for rent! Ivory with coral pink & gold brocade center. Approx Size 8. Stunning style & slenderizing fit, 845.548.2685

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.

WEDDING SKIRT

PURCHASING ASSISTANT

Beautiful ball gown for rent! Gorgeous, up to date style; Light gray & dark gray floral print. Size 6-8, $80. Call/text 845.548.2685

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.

MAGNIFICENT GOWN

BEAUTIFUL GOWN Stunning gown for rent or for sale. Size 4. Please call (845)4225507.

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

OFFICE Seeking a responsible detail oriented motivated girl for fulltime on line business job, basic computer skills needed Please email Isaac.rubygroup@gmail. com

CREDENTIALING/HR Local Office looking to hire F/T individual for HR /credentialing. Experience a plus. Basic computer skills needed. Fax resume to 973771-5064

WAREHOUSE JOB Distribution company near Monsey is seeking a Warehouse manager + other responsibilities. please fax resume to: 845-9181799

E-COMMERCE JOB Health and Beauty Company near Monsey seeking an individual with experience in online sales with Amazon and EBay etc. please fax resume: 845918-1799

GRAPHIC ARTIST Looking for a full time professional graphic artist Please call 845-641-9260

JOB AVAILABLE Seeking girl to operate a scanning position, 3-4 hours per day, will train. One-girl office. Job requires basic computer skills. $12/hour. Please email resume to service@ boundbookscanning.com

MEDICAL STORE looking for a mature woman for marketing. Must have car. Flexible hours. For details, please call 845-425-2617 ext. 102

HELP WANTED Fast growing E-Commerce business in seeking bright female for office position. Must be detail oriented and have ability to multi-task. Should be efficient, responsible and well-organized. Experience in Microsoft Office a must. This is a full time position with great potential. Please email resume tojobs@ jacobowitzfashion.com.

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LOST & FOUND

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SALES GIRL

SECRETARY ‫א היימישע מוסד זוכט א טאלאנטפולע‬ ‫ אין‬proficient ‫סעקרעטערי וואס איז‬ graphics. Fax resume ‫ און‬typing 501-9028

DIRECTOR FOOD SERVICES Busy, short term and long term skilled nursing facility in Rockland County is looking for a F/T Director of Food Services. Must be energetic, diligent, innovative and a team player. Kosher experience highly preferred. Nursing home experience a must. Please send resume to rsabol@ friedwaldcenter.com

SECRETARIAL POSITION Full time available. Basic knowledge in Excel & Quickbooks. Minimal knowledge in photoshop. Centrally located in Monsey Please call (347) 7098528

GRAPHIC ARTIST Seeking experienced and creative graphic artist, full time. Send resume & portfolio to graphicdesignjob125@gmail.com.

DAYCARE TEACHER Legal home 2 yr old daycare, 9-3, New Hempstead, good pay. Please call 845-323-2644

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

TEACHING POSITION Chassidishe girls school looking for a qualified 6th grade English teacher. Pls call and lv msg. 8452437991

Recreation Therapist

HIRING

Looking to hire a sales girl for an online business. Computer knowledge a must. Please email resume to employeesknt@ gmail.com

FT, Monsey location. Work directly with Residents on units without supervision. Exp. with activities in healthcare settings or recreation therapy req’d. Exp with geriatric population pref’d. Must have strong computer skills. Positive attitude and energy is a must!!

Contact: Brenda 845-352-9000 Email: BWarsaw@northernmet.com

HELP WANTED

SEEKING

Residential program seeks men to work with people with developmental disabilities. Call 845-425-0887 ext.276

young yiddish speaking girl to take my kids off the bus and help out with light housekeeping. Monday - Thursday 2:30-4:30. 445-5508

LOOKING TO HIRE Looking to hire a Heimishe girl to help with a medically involved adorabe 3 year old from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. daily. Please call 845-5001979

JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking to hire 4x week an assistant for a babysitting group from 10:30-3:30please call from 7 to 9 p.m at 845-356-2894

JOB OPPORTUNITY Looking for someone to do ComHab with a little boy 845425-0887 Ext. 211

HELP WANTED Residential program seeks women to work with people with developmental disabilities. Call 845-425-0887 ext.276

ASSISTANT WANTED Daycare looking for devoted teacher for toddler group. Great pay. Please call 845-426-4683

BABYSITTER Looking for a babysitter in my home from 1:30 to 2:30 pm Grandview area. 347 526 6765

BABYSITTER Looking for a capable girl to come to my home everyday from 3:45-5:15 to take a 7 year old off the bus and keep him company. Great pay. Pls call:8452437991

BABYSITTER NEEDED @ our home Mon & Wed eve 3-6 Call 845-352-6438

BABYSITTER WANTED Frum babysitter needed for Sunday 2-6 pm and one or two other days 3-7pmfor 3 kids ages 2-5 in Pomona area. Paid transportation if needed. 347581-9946.

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

BABYSITTER

PLAYGROUP ASSISTANT

Seeking Sunday babysitter in school setting. 9:30-2:30 nice pay. Fax info to: 694-6180.

Looking for an assistant that has experience and likes to work with kids P.T. Call 425 8310

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THE Services WEB DEVELOPMENT I'm an experienced front end web designer and developer looking for an experienced web developer for website development and to launch a new special service. Must have good 'front-end' and 'back-end' experience. Should also be familiar with popular platforms like WP etc. Please contact devop10950@gmail.com with your info, and recent experience, and if possible provide some links of your recent work.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

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

BIRTHING EXPERIENCE Treat yourself to a memorable Birthing Experience in a pleasant, calm, comforting atmosphere with Itty Bar Horin CD (Dona) 845 425 4144

Professional Face Painting.Camps. Parties.Individuals.Step by Step Tutorials.845 825 2985.

Doula Services Chana Bracha Abramson CD (DONA) 845-2135525

QUALITY RECORDING

SUCCA ASSEMBLY

Professional music avail. Great prices! Call now to ensure slots for september recording 845-2741290

and custom made succas too! Book early for better rates! 845 459 3436

TEACHERS, MELAMDIM

ENVELOPES

Get free illustrations from Art Treasures by Malky. Really. No strings attached. creativecornerslist@gmail.com

Professional envelope addressing. Printed directly on envelope or labels. Fast and efficient service. Reasonable rates. Please Call (845)356-0046

HEIMISHE BUSINESSES let me assist with marketing literature, spreadsheets, contracts, other. Experienced consultant, reasonable rates, Yiddish. Yaakov Rothstein, 845558-8780 cell, jrr770@gmail.com.

ELECTRICIAN Experienced prompt & reliable same day service. 845 371 4959

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

ONE MAN BAND

GRAPHIC DESIGN Graphic design at introductory prices! Call today: 347-272-9775

MOTHER HEN METHOD

MISC.

ELECTROLYSIS 642-1890

MASSAGE

LOST & FOUND

MIRACLE BLOSSOMS

Make your simcha unforgettable! Yisroel M. Turner 845-274-7002

A New Approach to Childbirth. You can have it easily and completely naturally B'ezras Hashem Call Now (845)587-1649

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FAIGY'S FACES

Back to school stress? Get a much needed Massage! NY/NJ Licensed Call/text Sarah: (845)596-1373

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

LIFE COACH Refuah Graduate, available for helping you work through life issues. specializing in area of Chinuch. call 845-304-8586

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

QUICKBOOKS SPECIALIST

PHOTOGRAPHY

Need help with your QuickBooks? Call Shucht Bookkeeping Services 845-243-7961 or email bookkeeping@shucht.com. Reasonable rates - hourly, weekly or monthly.

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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LICE Clean your nits and lice call 5212788

THROAT CULTURES Call 641-1627 or 845-356-3851

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

LIFEGUARD Available: 347.486.4450

LICE? Dont panic! Cleaned to perfection. Call 356-3892

LAUNDRY CLEANED Busy ? Want your laundry cleaned? That's what we do! 845666-4114

THRUSH CREAM Famous daktarin cream for thrush from London now available. Option of delivery 8453524650

HAIR & WIGS be a part of our many happy customers: haircuts $10, wash & sets $20-25, styling $20, call 354-2539,

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


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LADY DRIVER

PICTURE EDITING

SUPPORT HOSIERY

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

Are you or anyone you know interested in working part time. If yes please call Dassy @ 845-5179920

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

HAIR

PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY!

Professional Haircutting & Styling. Wash & Sets. Maple Leaf 845.371.7672

Book now for a $50 portrait session outdoors with props and scenery. Free digital album! Call Dassy @ 845-517-9920

Beautiful brand new headbands all colors and styles everything must go $10 each call 845-6642109

RIDE TO LAKEWOOD Going to Lakewood this Shabbos bez"H. For ride or to send a package call: 845-274-5211.

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

GET ORGANIZED Getting Married? Moving to a new home? Make unpacking a hassle free experience. We unpack, organize and arrange it all. Precisely.. Efficiently.. Neatly.. Get organized Now: 845-4457960

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

PORTRAIT SPECIAL Take one picture for your Rosh Hashanah card for only $25! Call Dassy @ 845-517-9920

DAILY RIDE Carpool available from Monsey to Flatbush. Leaving Monsey 8:15 AM. Leaving Flatbush 1:00 PM. Please Call 347- 768 - 1880

FEEL THE PAIN FREE DIFFERENCE

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

DEBT COLLECTORS? sending letters or calling you? You may be entitled to compensation. Contact Attorney Kieffer atkiefferlawoffice@aol. com or (845) 300-1843.

LONG DISTANCE trips brand new minivan anywhere anytime very reliable always on time call yanky 845558-2697

SUKKA STARS for a large variety of sukka stars call 425:5889

HEADBANDS

PROJECTOR for rent. $40 a day. call now 8455178865

FASCINATE HATS up to date hats; down to earth prices!! MAGNIFICENT winter stock arriving daily. call Draizy Wercberger anytime 425-9234

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

TIRES for sale 4 20in tires $50 a tire please call 845-461-3084

CLEARANCE SALE

SUPREME SOUND

50% off on all qtee carriage liners and buntings. shop now and save!! 845-521-6025 qteeproducts@gmail.com

Quality Sound equipment for all events for more info please call (845)578-5657

SUNRISE BALLOONS

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

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

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

845.323.8886 Book your appointment


FOR SALE FOR RENT JOBS

THE WATER SLIDE

TURBAN BARGAIN

WIGS

Lots of fun!! Ages 3-10 Rent for $45 for 3 hours. Rent with family-friends. Call: 347-5725281.

at reduced prices. Many colors to choose from! Please call 845-3254850

sales,wash & sets haircutting,make up for all occasions Courses for hair and wigs,and private lessons Call Itty at 845 425 4144

ORDER NOW You can now order your chocolate covered peanut chew guitar for yom tov 845-352-9022

FUN INFLATABLES

SLEEK SILK

Double water slide and large moonwalk for rent. Call 8453716578

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

MUSIC SPEAKERS

SERVICES

Top quality music speakers for rent. $50 per night, to reserve call (845)-422-5516

5 Pure Silver Dollar Coins for Pidyen Haben. 125$. 845-2229348

GEMACHIM

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

ACCESSORIES With Flair- Sale! Hairbands! Necklaces! Bowties! Hats! & more. Union/bluefield area. Call or text 8455707615.

MISC.

1ST AID relaxes and treats in one shpritz! soothes minor cuts-burns-bitesscrapes-diaper rash, excellent for shabbos: apply mist-no rub 845-213-0602

HAFROSHAS CHALLAH

LOST & FOUND

LONDON TICKETS

HAIRSTYLING Have your hair professionally styled\cut for a great price! $8-Haircut. $15-Styling. Call for appt. 845-587-8328 Located on Adar Ct.

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

USED TOYS

cheap tickets to London. Economy starting from $575. Business $1800. Call 845-445-7458

in great condition, centrally located in monsey. Call 845-5589286 blocks,Legos,indoor toys for yomtov.

MATTRESS SALE

BOOKKEEPING

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

Are your books organized? Get a CLEAR picture of your business. Get rid of the STRES. Call 3474618076.

BELGIUM EARRINGS

PHOTOBOOKS

Beautiful, for sale for ages 1-10 very well priced. Call for appointment 347-232-6827

Flash Photography Professional and affordable photography. $40 for 1/2 hr. session. Includes cd. Call 845-263-4419.

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SHUL BAG Replace regular shopping bag that carries your siddur, glasses, tissues, high heels to shul with this special one. 845-538-7389

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

HAIR & WIGS Special back to school prices, located on Francis Place. Call now 845.213.0378

HAIR & WIGS

TALENTED EDUCATOR with masters can design or enhance schools' curricula and guide teachers. 862 505 9546

PREMIER TUTORING MS Ed teacher, over 31 yrs exp. Reading/Math Certified Common Core specialist. avail to eval/ tutor ALL subjects. 558-1682 Mrs. Friedman

FEMALE TUTOR

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

Beat the Erev YomTov rush! get your wash'n set / haircut at reasonable price. Hairstyling for all occasions. Francis area. 845.222.7406

STOCK TRADER

HAIRCUTS

MATH TUTORING

is willing to invest your money. References available. Please call or email for details. 845 500 5310. Abrahamgluck0@gmail.com

Widman area. Great cuts and proffesional styling for all occasions-@ super prices! Call: (845) 517-5443

All Levels, call/text: 845-4458003 or email: Monsey.Math@ gmail.com Evening & Sunday hours available.

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


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TUTOR

BABYSITTER

GROUP EXERCISE

with many years experience is ready to help advance boys in Keriah Chumash , Gemara etc. Please call 845-304-8586

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

Personal Training Experience With Group Pricing. TheKinetixCenter.com/new Text "I am ready" 845.546.3848

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

PLAYGROUP Is your toddler still not settled with a good playgroup An experienced loving teacher still has 2 slots avail. Call 425 8310

KIDDIE GROUP

BABYSITTING experienced babysitter now in chestnut ridge accepting steadys or drop-ins call: Fisch 845-5878525

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

BABYSITTER

Last chance! 2/3 y/o starting soon. Loving,caring,himish,worm, techer, 845-499-6647.

Carlton/College area. Drop-ins welcome! Call 845-641-0785

KIDDIE GROUP

BABYSITTING

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

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

BABYSITTING Highly Recomended Babysitter On Calvert A warm and loving babysitter is available for summer and upcoming school year. Call 8457381799

SIMCHA IN KJ? I'm available for your night hours babysitting. Call or text Shaindy Berkowitz 8452488024.

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

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

BABYSITTER Warm & loving, available calvert/306 area. Call 371-1479.

NIGHT BABYSITTER near viznitz/school terrace. Please call 352-6117.

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

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

MUSIC LESSONS High school girl is willing to teach your daughter keyboard. Reasonable prices. Call: 659-5084

BIRTH CONNECTIONS Every yiddishe mamma deserves to birth with serenity. Complete childbirth course by phone. FREE wkly Q&A. call 263-0313 Mrs. Gruber

MARY KAY Clearance sale 642-1890

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

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

CHILDBIRTH CLASSES

STYLED N STYLE

Prepare with confidence proven relaxation & breathing exercise techniques. Over 1000 satisfied moms. Sheva Feder 845-352-1579

To have your hair professionally done at a great price, call now (845) 578-1939.

SWIMMING LESSONS

CLAIRE ACCUHAIR

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Wash/Set/Restyle Human hair for just $20! restyle $10. pick up/ delivery available. Refer friend $5 discount, 929 238 5487

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

MARY KAY 15% sale, free delivery. Place your order today. Call\Text 845-2000211

T H E M O N SE Y VIE W /

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE SHEITELS

SHAIMOS?

KALLAH SHOES

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

putting seforim into shaimos? Are they just sitting around, I could take them and put them to good use. 4436337316

All sizes, white kalllah shoes. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\ Text 845-200-0211

WASH AND SETS Suzanne area call 845-274-1035

WASH & SET

JOBS

Special Free pick-up and delivery Bashie Brody 538.7603/426.7603

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

MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

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

HEALTH CHECK No Energy? Not feeling right? Know what your health is today by completing survey. Email link or call Lea 347-838-0643

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

POOL Beautiful clean pool in airmont available for rent by the hour. Call 347-831-8108

HEADACHE CHAT Common sense approach which may not have come to the attention of chronic severe headache sufferers. 845-4450435

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SHEIMOS

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

SON-RISE HOTLINE Call 718-298-4568 then 2 & 1 to hear a clear explanation of the Son-rise Program from R' Yona Baumhaft.

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TREADMILL looking to buy used treadmill call /text 3474861196

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

SHIURIM Rebitzen Spetner's teenage parenting classes by Estie Hershfeld via teleconference 8 classes for $ 200 call (845) 3561018

TELECONFERENCES During Elul - shiurim on shalom bayis, previous recordings available liluy nishmas Miriam Bas Isaac. Call 845-422-7956 for more information.

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

CAR SEATS Car seat gemach Car seat’s to lend for short term call 845-352-9015

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

MATERNITY COATS Brand new beautiful 100% down maternity coats. Sizes small-medlarge. Call/text 845-521-2912

CHALLAHS Heimishe, delicious, lekuved shabbas. Lshem mitzva. For anyone in need. Pls call till Thursday. 18454459586. Pls lv msg and wait for a call back to confirm,

Lost & Found LOST Keyring. If found, please call (845)426-2434 diamond pin at 1 School Terrace on July/14/16 at Rottenberg's chasunah. If found please call 845-641-7219 thank you. diamond pin @ 1 school terrace if found please call 354-1346 yellow gold & diamond bracelet mid July. 845-323 0384

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FREE GIVEAWAYS Lesham mitzvah to give away a gerber baby cereal and 12 beach nut baby jars.8454260269 Looking for a free giveaway or for a reasonable price of a sukkah/schach in a fair condition. please call: 347-675-4794 Looking for free giveaway of stationary exercise bike in good condition. Please call 845 517 7559. Looking for a free giveaway: of a sukkah/schach in a fair condition. please call: 347-675-4794 1 seater brown leather couch (non reclining ) to give away. Please text 718-781-3410 ‫בבא‬,‫קדושין‬,‫שבועות‬-‫עוז והדר גמרות‬ ‫ מתיבתא‬soft cover,‫בבא מציעא‬,‫קמא‬ call 845- ).‫בבא מציעא (א‬,)‫שבת (א‬ 461-8470 ‫פרק אור לארבעה‬-‫שערי תוספות‬ Call 845- .‫טור ושלחן ערוך או״ח ג‬,‫עשר‬ 461-8470


Celebrating our 1-year anniversary with a special 18-month CD rate of 1.36% APY* Please consider this my personal invitation to join me in a 3-week long celebration of our 1-year anniversary at 72 W. Eckerson Road, Spring Valley. If you’d like to come in to talk, I’ll be there for most of the week of September 12th along with Jose M. Collazo, our President. Join us for refreshments and great rates! We’re looking forward to seeing you, and thank you again for helping to make this a wonderful anniversary! —

Kenneth A. Martinek Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer

*1.36% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) available for an 18-month CD only. APY is effective as of September 1, 2016, through September 30, 2016. This is a limited-time offer and is subject to change at any time without notice. Minimum opening balance is $5,000. All terms will automatically renew at the current NECB 12-month CD term and prevailing rate. IRA CDs are also eligible. A penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Other rates available. Fees could reduce earnings on account. New Money only. New Money is defined as funds not currently held on deposit at NorthEast Community Bank. To receive this offer, accounts must be opened at the Spring Valley Branch location (72 West Eckerson Rd., Spring Valley, NY 10977).

72 West Eckerson Road • Spring Valley, NY 10977 • Tel: (845) 356-5300 Toll-free: (866) 287-7500 • necb.com


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‫א באזוך אין‬ ‫מחנה סקווירא‬ ‫אין מאנסי‬

‫מעמד קביעת מזוזה אין תלמוד תורה אמרי בינה‬


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‫זי"ע בחצר הקודש סאטמאר‬


‫הילולת הרה"ק מסאטמאר ז‬


‫די מנהל שליט'‬

‫יהודה פריזאנט שליט''א‬ ‫שאול‬ ‫חדב''ן רבינו זי''ע הרה''ג ר'פאר די חשובע קינדער‬ ‫ביים אויפטרעטן‬

‫'א טרעט אויף‬

‫שן אנגעגרייט פאר‬ ‫די רייכע טי‬

‫די חשובע קינדער‬

‫ְשבָ ָחם‬ ‫יֵ ָא ֵמר‬

‫טייל פון די עלטערן ביים מעמד‬

‫יום א׳ פרשת מטו״מ תשע״ו‬

‫די דשערנאל וואס‬ ‫איז ארויסגעקומען‬ ‫לכ' דעם מעמד ווי‬ ‫די חשובע עלטערן‬ ‫און זיידעס האבן‬ ‫באגריסט די טייערע‬ ‫קינדער שיחי'‬

‫מעמד חלוקת התעודות‬ ‫טויזענטע בלעטער גמרא פרקים‬ ‫משניות זיך פארהערט בע''פ דורך‬ ‫תלמידים פון ת''ת צאנז קלויזענבורג‬ ‫כיתות ד‪-‬ט שע''י מפעל תלמודו בידו‬

‫טייל פון די עלטערן ביים מעמד‬

‫די הינדרעטער ספרים וואס‬ ‫זענען פארטיילט געווארן פאר די‬ ‫קינדער וועלכע האבן זיך פארהערט‬

‫דיין דקהילתינו ביים פארטיילן די תעודות‬

‫חלוקת הפרסים‬

‫די פארשטעלונג‬


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Yazory • 845.426.3200

Vinyl Floors ‫מיט אונזערע הערליכע‬

Hours Sun: 11:00 - 4:00 Mon-Thu: 9:00 - 5:00 Friday: 9:00 - 12:00

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‫יומא דהילולא קמייתא של הרה"ק מטאהש זי"ע‬

‫אצל בנו ומ"מ האדמו"ר מטאהש‬


‫לע‬

‫״ל‬

‫בז‬

‫זא‬

‫עז ר‬

‫בן ציון ב״ר אלי‬

‫ר׳‬

‫״נ‬

‫ירחי כלה‬ LABOR DAY Rabbi Yisroel Simcha Schorr Rosh Yeshiva, Ohr Somayach

SEPT. 5 2016

At

Rabbi Y. Bentzion Bamberger Mashgiach, Yeshiva Ohr Reuven


‫חיים איצקאוויטש פרעזענטירט‪:‬‬

‫אן‬

‫שפיל‬

‫חול המועד סוכות תשע"ז לפ"ק‬

‫‪Kings Auditorium‬‬

‫פאלגט נאך מיט שפאנונג‬


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‫הילולת הרה"ק מטאהש זי"ע‬

‫ביי חתנו גאב"ד טאהש מאנסי שליט"א‬

‫אינאיינעם מיט'ן דינער השנתי לטובת כולל עטרת משולם פייש טאהש מאנסי‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫הילולת הרה"ק‬ ‫מסקולען זי"ע‬ ‫אצל בנו‬ ‫האדמו"ר מסקולען‬

‫סיום אין ישיבה קטנה אין שיכון סקווירא‬


‫א הארציגן‬

‫מזל‬ ‫טוב‬ ‫פאר ידידינו‬

‫מו"ה‬

‫יואל‬ ‫איצקאוויטש‬ ‫הי"ו וב"ב‬

‫צום געבורט פון זיין טאכטער שתחי'‬ ‫זאלסט זען פון איר און אלע דיינע קינדער אסאך נחת!‬ ‫וואונטשט די סטעף פון‬


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Brooklyn, NY 11204

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Brooklyn, NY 11211

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86 Rt. 59 8 Hayes Ct. 86 Rt. 59 8 Hayes Ct. Monsey, NY 10952 Monroe, NY 10950

Monsey, NY 10952

Monroe, NY 1095


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Open House

Sunday September 11 7:30 PM Courtyard by Marriott Montvale 100 Chestnut Ridge Road Montvale, NJ 07645

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