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Our Town’s Weekly Issue #68

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Bring out the natural beauty of your silver FYI:

SILVER FROM MINE TO MARVELOUS NEW!

Silver in the making Weekly Crossword Puzzle

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We appreciate your wonderful FEEDBACK. Rockland is preparing for a GREAT NEW YEAR!


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Oct. 6

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Oct. 2

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Oct. 4

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Wishing you a

Hanover Blackeye Peas

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$

B'Gan Breaded Cauliflower

6.49

$

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Amnon Pizza Reg

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Classic Cooking Souffle Full Line Drive

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Chef A Yam Tilapia Fillets

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$

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$

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FYI Scraps and bits of silver facts

FOOD AND FAMILY A step-by-step guide to this show-stopping meringue cake

SUN ON STONE Malka’la discovers what American life is like.

WHEN I GROW UP Chaya Liba grapples with feeling unproductive.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

40>> INBOX 44>> MASTERPLAN 56>> HEALTH & WELLNESS 66>> PARSHA 70>> WEEK IN REVIEW 78>> ELECTIONS

82>> SUN ON STONE 91>> FOOD AND FAMILY 101>> SILVER FEATURE 110>> STERLING SILVER 116>> FYI 120>> STORY

124>> WHEN I GROW UP 130>> FUN PAGES 140>> LEARN TO DRAW 150>> REAL ESTATE 156>> CLASSIFIEDS 168>> PICTURES

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Mumoin Check Cashing

Merkaz judaica and Gifts

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Toys 4 You

Sweet Expressions

Photo Express

Weingarten Shoes

Surgical Shop

S&W Ladies Wear

Ext. 110

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Supreme Health

Monsey Lingerie Shop

Mimi's linen and Bath

Dr. Faiman

Lily & Todd

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Inbox Talk of Town

PUBLISHER:

Yoel Itzkowitz EDITOR IN CHIEF:

D. Goralnik CONTENT DIRECTOR:

R. Reese ART DIRECTOR:

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

I was so happy to see your new crossword puzzle. I’m always ready for a word challenge, and yours definitely fits the criteria! I wanted to know, though, if you’d be able to print the crossword answer key in a place other than that page. It’s hard to resist the temptation of peeking when it’s right there!

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THE MONSEY VIEW

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

845-600-8484 FAX:

845-600-8483 E-MAIL:

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

IN SEARCH OF A SOLUTION

Thank you for bringing us together by openly discussing community issues. I appreciate your frank approach. Thank you also for initiating community betterment projects such as the Cleanup Campaign. Besides the practical aspect of the campaign, it also set a standard for Monsey. As in, “In Monsey, we clean up after ourselves,” and, “In Monsey, we appreciate a clean environment and put in effort to make it happen.” Thank you! I would like to request that the Monsey View take on the issue of cleaning help. It’s true that every balabusta can write a book on the subject. But perhaps you can address the issue of offering more money, thereby taking away others’ help. Or agreeing to the lady’s demands to be paid more, thereby picking up the price in the community, and raising the price yet further… There is also the issue that not every

/ THE MONS E Y V IE W

Mrs. B. Rubin P.S. Did you know that in Ecuador these women were paid only $10 for a full day of housekeeping? P.P.S. L’halachah we must treat these women with dignity, not overwork them, and offer them enough food and drink. Attention Monsey Homemakers: Do you have an idea for this growing problem in our community? Is there any solution you can think of to relieve the stress related to training and keeping cleaning help? We’d love to hear your input. Please email, fax, mail, or call in your suggestions to The Monsey View, and stay tuned as we address this issue in the coming weeks. E: comments@themonseyview.com T: 845-600-8484 F: 845-600-8483 M: 3 College Road, Suite 204, Monsey, NY 10952

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cleaning lady is worth the same price. We should have a price setting, going even lower for the lady who is newer, slower, does not speak the language, fails to show up, etc. If they can’t get more in the next home, they’ll come back to you. We need to be in this together. We need to help each other, instead of hurting each other. We need to be strong, and keep the price affordable so every Yiddishe Mama can get the help she needs. I look out for each fabulous issue,

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Inbox Talk of Town

A PLEA TO PEDESTRIANS

Exclusive Winter Hats Now In

Pedestrian traffic is increasing and drivers should proceed with more caution, as a reader recently commented. While this is extremely important, equally imperative is that pedestrians should walk with great care and not assume that the driver has seen you and will stop. When backing out of a space in a busy parking lot, the constant flow of pedestrians makes it nearly impossible to pull out. Even after checking both ways many times, it’s difficult and terrifying to see if it’s actually safe to pull out. When I told this to a sweet, young woman pushing a stroller behind my car, she innocently responded, “You have to look!” Pedestrians, we are trying to look, but we may not see you! Vehicles have blind spots, and drivers are only human. Not everyone has backup cameras. NEVER walk behind a car that is about to pull out or is in the middle of pulling out! It’s not a matter of who is “right”; it’s a matter of safety! You, pedestrians, who are exposed and vulnerable, often with young, precious children, please do your utmost to walk and cross safely and don’t leave your safety only up to the drivers! We don’t want to hurt you, chas v’shalom! Wishing you a safe and healthy kesiva vachasima tovah, and thanking all pedestrians for your help. A Concerned Driver

my call much later, and instructed me to come in immediately. By the time I got to the office, my son was already lethargic, and his entire skin appeared to have a pinkish tinge. Alarmed, we rushed into Westchester hospital with Hatzolah. They immediately hooked him up to IV antibiotics, and tested the infection to see that it had spread to his blood. It was, Baruch Hashem, amazing how he looked revived just three hours later. Two days later, when he was already getting tangled in his IV and jumping out of his skin, he was discharged to complete the treatment at home. After sitting with him in isolation for two days, I naturally came home with three MRSA pimples. Contrary to what was written in your magazine, I easily obtained ichthammol cream from Greenbaum’s Pharmacy. After applying it only a few times, the pimples disappeared. Since then, we use Dial antibacterial bar soap for regular bathing, and Baruch Hashem, nobody has gotten infected since. We are truly grateful for your beautiful weekly. P.S. Just a friendly suggestion: Since I (and everyone I know), clips and saves your recipes, (for each one is truly a winner), it would be so convenient if they could be the center pages. That way we could pull it out as soon as it arrives without tearing apart the entire magazine.

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We thank you for such informative, entertaining, and best of all, kosher reading material. It is wonderful every week! I wanted to share our MRSA experience. My three-year-old had a nasty case of chickenpox. About three days after the onset of the disease, I called my pediatrician, because I didn’t like the way the chickenpox looked. Due to a misunderstanding, he only returned

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EDITOR’S BULLETIN The Monsey View takes great care to screen all advertising material. Readers have expressed concern regarding content in an advertisement last week that they found offensive. We are sorry!


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Positive and Negative Emotions Last week, I promised to share 250 words that trigger positive emotions. Our emotions are closely related to our weight and overall health. As human beings, when we feel upset or angry, our feelings have a ripple effect on everything around us. We can choose to accept that any feeling or emotion is okay, because our feelings are simply our feelings, and it is shocking how quickly our emotions can dissolve. If you try to fight your feelings and emotions, they will stay with you anyway. As the saying goes, “What you resist, persists.” So, both negative and positive feelings have an impact on your actions. And though reaching for a cookie will make you feel better in the moment, it is preferable to watch and observe your feelings, and accept that they are there and that they will pass. You do not need to react to every feeling you have! If a certain feeling doesn’t serve you well, and if it makes you angry, then simply accept the fact that your body is feeling angry, observe those feelings in your body (maybe you picture your blood boiling, or you visualize your heart racing), realize that your feelings can’t hurt you in any way, and allow your feelings and emotions to come and go, without getting trapped in them or reacting to them by overeating. I will now list a series of negative emotions. Reading them will likely stir some of these feelings in your body, so watch and observe them as though you are watching a play, and see how much quicker they will dissolve than they would if you were fighting your feelings.

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POSITIVE EMOTIONS: Able, adaptable, acceptable, accomplished, achieved, appreciative, adequate, admirable, approved, assertive, assured, at ease, attentive, authentic, aware, awesome, balanced, beautiful, believing, blessed, bonded, blissful, brave, bright, brilliant, calm, collective, cared for, caring, centered, certain, committed, compassionate, complete, courageous, cheer-

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The peasant was desperate for six-year-old Zalman to learn something already. Zalman could frolic for hours, but a moment near a book was too long. Finally, Zalman’s father found the man for the job. The melamed R’ Yitzchak was a master slapper: He slapped when a boy misbehaved, and he slapped on the back when he learned well. The best part yet was that his young charges loved him for both. Soon, Zalman could tell an Aleph from a Beis, and his mother wept in disbelief. And then, the long-anticipated event arrived: test time. R’ Yitzchak would test Zalman before his father and display all that the child knew. “Aleph!” Zalman exclaimed triumphantly when R’ Yitzchak pointed to the first letter on the page. “Beis! Gimmel!” Soon they advanced to nekudos. “What’s under the Aleph?” “Kametz!” “And under the Hay?” Suddenly Zalman became silent. “Nu, what’s under the Hay?” The boy looked back blankly. “Zalman, you know!” The boy’s father looked on in consternation. When Zalman still remained stubbornly quiet, his face turned red with anger and he grabbed his stick. “Zalman, say the answer now, or...!”

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Tears sprang to Zalman’s eyes. “But Tatte, you told me not to say! Under the hay is the goat you stole!” “Tachas asher lo avadata es Hashem Elokecha b’simchah u’vetuv leivav — because you didn’t serve Hashem your G-d with joy and gladness of heart.” The frightening curses listed in Parshas Ki Savo all trace back

Our lives are meant to be full of passion and brimming joy — it is our right and privilege. to this. The Rebbe R’ Henoch of Alexander says that it is what “lies under” — tachas — the lack of simcha that is the true cause of all of the dreadful curses in this parsha. The prime accusation is not the lack of joy itself. Lying under that unhappiness is the real “geneivah” — stolen goods. That is where the real problem lies, and for that we are to be punished, rachmana litzlan. What might be our stolen

goat under the hay? Mr. Bernard Davis strutted into the hotel lobby. He handed his shiny luggage to the bellhop without even turning his head, requested his keys, and walked to his room. A few minutes later, an impatient pounding sounded in his room. Mr. Davis flung open the door to find the bellhop huffing and perspiring. “Oh, I’m sorry, mister!” he cried between shallow breaths. “But I’ve never carried such a heavy package! Have you filled this valise with rocks?” Mr. Davis didn’t even look down at the luggage at the boy’s feet. “I’m sorry, but you’ll have to take it right back from where it came. This is not my package. I am a diamond dealer, and diamonds are light. Please bring me my case immediately.” Might we sometimes be carrying the wrong package? Are we the huffing bellhop, carrying burdens that should not be in our hands? If avodas Hashem comes hard, if it is a burden too hard to bear, then we might have taken the wrong package. If we frown in consternation and wonder why there is yet another halacha making our lives even harder, we may have veered just a bit off the track. If we don’t feel the delight in our privilege as His children, if we don’t exult in


the restrictions that make us truly free, something in our mindset must be skewed. Avodas Hashem is light and happy. It is full of delight and pleasure. It is about closeness, never loneliness. It is all satisfaction, not disappointment. “Oz v’chedvah bimkomo” — there is joy and elation wherever Hashem is. If there is not, we may have left Hashem out of the picture.

If we don’t exult in the restrictions that make us truly free, something in our mindset must be skewed. Also in this week’s parshah, in the Ohr Hachaim’s commentary, we read, “If people would know of the sweetness of Torah, they would go mad and chase after it…” These words, a popular song today, never fail to inspire. Our lives are meant to be full of passion and brimming joy — it is our right and privilege. Torah is so sweet; we just have to know and appreciate it. The Arizal, it is said, achieved his great spiritual heights by one virtue alone: his simchah. Simchah is the beginning and end of all good things.


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State Turns Down Request by Ramapo Central Parents to Reverse New Transportation Policy Just two weeks into the new school year, private school parents who live in the Ramapo Central School District were disappointed to learn that the state has denied a request to temporarily halt a new busing policy that provides only one pickup and drop-off time per school. The district informed parents in June that they would eliminate staggered arrival and departure times to private schools, saying that the move was designed to save the district money on busing the estimated 772 private school students who live within its boundaries. The move has wrought havoc for parents, as schools have been faced with deciding if it is better to inconvenience parents of older students who have a longer school day by arranging for earlier buses, or those of younger students, whose school day can end several hours before their scheduled drop-off time. Further complicating matters are schools with multiple branches located at different addresses, whose students will now only be bused to one central location, which can be several miles away from their actual school.

Parents opposing the move have argued that the district has presented no proof of any cost savings that will be generated by the move, while the district insists that it is applying its busing standards equally to all schools, regardless of religious denomination. Public schools in the district receive only one pickup and drop-off time per day, but have fewer grades in each school and also receive additional buses for extracurricular activities. A parent group that has been battling the move has vowed to fight on and plans to appeal the decision, which it says is intended to discourage Jewish families from moving into the district. “We are confident that once we have a chance to fully respond to the District’s Appeal presentation and place before the Commissioner the full impact of the unlawful discontinuation of mandated services to our community’s students, she will grant our appeal and reject the false statements they raised in their defense.” (The Journal News)

Chasidic Candidates Win Big in September Primary There were victory parties all around in both Rockland County and Brooklyn as three Chasidic candidates emerged victorious in the September 13th primary. Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder took home a thunderous win in his quest to become the state’s first Chasidic assemblyman, winning the Democratic primary. Polls stayed open in Monsey and Spring Valley well past the 9 PM deadline to accommodate the many voters who turned out to cast their ballots, and Wieder faces off against Republican incumbent John Brabenec in the November 8th General Election. “We thank each and every voter for coming out to support our candidacy,” said Wieder in a statement. “We will engage every resident in the 98th Assembly District with our positive message and record of accomplishments.” Also in the Monsey area, an effort to unseat Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee failed. Jaffee, who has been vocal in her allegations that public school students are being shortchanged by the East Ramapo School District in an effort to provide better services to their private school counterparts, made a public statement in the State Assembly questioning

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whether private school parents in East Ramapo were even eligible to vote. While her positions and remarks cost Jaffee her support in the Jewish community, she still managed to fend off a challenge from Thomas Gulla, winning more than 60 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary. Mrs. Ruchie Freier won a resounding victory in Brooklyn’s 5th Judicial District, earning a spot as a civil court judge, the first Chasidic woman to be elected as a judge in New York State. Mrs. Freier is a lawyer with offices in both Brooklyn and Kiryas Joel. “With the support of 1000s of voters who rewarded a history of dedicated public service, we are celebrating a decisive victory tonight,” said Mrs. Freier in her official statement released on Tuesday night. “Tonight’s victory is your victory!” In Brooklyn’s 48th Assembly District, which includes parts of Boro Park and Flatbush, Duvy Schwartz ran unopposed for the position of District Leader in Brooklyn’s 48th Assembly District. After his win was confirmed, Schwartz thanked the community for uniting behind him and pledged to work diligently on behalf of area residents.


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Before noon, a pipe bomb went off in Seaside Park, NJ on the boardwalk. After authorities placed the area on lockdown, they found another two devices which had not exploded. The devices had been placed in garbage cans along the route on which a Marine Corps charity race was supposed to take place. Because of technicalities, the race started late and no one was injured in that attack. Later in the evening, at about 8:30, a bomb went off in Manhattan’s Chelsea area, injuring 29 people. A bit later, police received a phone call about a suspicious-looking device in the same area. They found a pressure cooker filled with explosives and shrapnel hooked up to a flip phone that had not yet detonated. A police robot removed the device to a safe location where it was defused and studied for evidence. Early on, authorities could not confirm if the incidents were related. Mayor De Blasio, in a press conference, called the bomb intentional, but declined to call it terrorism.

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Less than a week after the 15th anniversary of 9/11, New Yorkers once again found themselves affected by terror. This time, b’chasdei Hashem, the human damage was minimal, with 29 injuries and no fatalities. The story is still developing, and we don’t have a complete picture yet, but here is what we do know:

Late Sunday evening, five people were arrested on the Belt Parkway near the Verrazano Bridge, but were released after questioning. Soon after, five devices were found in a trash can at the New Jersey Transit station in Elizabeth, NJ. AMTRAK service in the NJ/NY area was suspended. Authorities removed the devices, one of which went off, but didn’t injure anyone.

On Monday morning, authorities released an alert to the public, asking them to be on the lookout for Ahmad Rahami, a naturalized US Citizen originally from Afghanistan, who was seen on surveillance video dropping off the bombs. The public was warned that he was considered armed and dangerous. He had been identified both from surveillance videos, which saw him placing the bombs, as well as from his fingerprints on the undetonated device in NY. Before noon on Monday, Rahami was captured alive in Linden, NJ after opening fire on officers. President Obama finally addressed the nation about the bombings. He praised first responders and offered prayers, but while he still did not call it a terror attack, Mayor de Blasio at last did. The FBI released a statement saying there is no indication that a terror cell is operating in the area. Evidence directly links Rahami to all devices in NYC and NJ. A major incident like this, of course, also drew the attention from both presidential candidates. About an hour after the NYC incident, Trump said in a speech at a rally that there had been a bombing attack in the NY/NJ area that day and tied it into his plans to shut the borders. A little while later, Hillary Clinton spoke to reporters on her plane and called it a bombing as well, but then went on to criticize Trump for jumping to conclusions too fast and without enough information. The unwillingness to acknowledge the incidents as terror by many of the current Democratic government officials, though, has frustrated many. Most US citizens assumed that if explosions take place in major cities, it is most likely a terror attack, and they want their government to acknowledge that and deal with it, rather than to downplay it. Whatever the attackers specific motive may be, trying to kill and maim as many people as possible, is essentially terror. Failing to confront that for political correctness reasons portrays the government as negligent and incompetent.

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THE PATH TO VICTORY: A VIRTUAL TIE As we had previously discussed, presidential elections are won by winning the Electoral College. The modern presidential campaigns will focus solely on winning enough states to carry them to victory. For a period of time this summer, Hillary Clinton had a decisive lead in many of the important swing states, including Virginia, Florida, and Pennsylvania. Over the last couple of weeks, those leads have been shrinking. Many have become nonexistent, and the polls, both national and statewide, have become virtually tied or started favoring Trump. It is interesting to note that all over the country, the Clinton Campaign has a much larger infrastructure set up on the ground then the Trump Campaign does. For example, in Florida, Hillary has 51 campaign headquarters, while Donald Trump has one. And yet, in the latest Reuters/Ipsos Poll, Trump leads Hillary 50%46% in Florida. What Trump has done is use modern media to get free publicity and ar-

range rallies and such, rather than paying large sums of money to keep up offices around the country. And it seems his strategy has worked so far. He has been able to get his message out directly to the people. In addition, the Clinton Foundation debacle and Hillary’s failing health, as well as Trump’s more measured

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Stone By Chany Rosengarten Recap: Malka’la spends hours in the cold airport, waiting for a ride to Monsey. There’s only one first impression. All else is commentary. Gella Kahn stood behind the glass storm door, taking in her new guest as she struggled through the snow. The woman was thin, her clothing too large. The woman was destitute; you could see it in the grovel under her cheekbones, in the small, strung-together valise she pulled behind her. I don’t think you can make it here, Gella thought, a sinking feeling of pity and disdain making itself known to her bowels without her even being aware she had allowed the feeling in. Malka’la came up the stairs. High winds drove gusts of snow into her face, into the collar of her dress. She slipped on an icy patch on the stairs and grabbed the railings, which were covered in glassy ice. That’s when she looked up at Gella, her round smile clasped between twin moby pearl earrings, a thick chain of gold weighing down her neck. Her clothes were subdued but tastefully fresh, a row of pink and gold snaps run-

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ning the length of her navy dress. Her house shoes looked newer, sturdier than Malka’la’s pair of vochen shoes. If the house had not given this obvious fact away, she would have known by the coifed, short, wavy wig on Gella’s head, the rings on both hands, the scent that rose from the carpets of the house. This woman has never tasted pain, Malka’la knew, as Gella gave her a careful peck, preserving a careful distance, and the mauve on her lips. She was led down a hallway, and to the right. “This is our guest room. Make yourself at home.” Gella smoothed the duvet once more with a loving pat, opened the closet, pulled the shades up slightly to reveal a white expanse, with a few gray tree limbs frosted over in snow. The closet held fluffy, soft towels, a shoe rack, cubicles. “Supper is ready in the kitchen. I’ll have supper for you every night; we eat at seven. Breakfast and lunch, you can keep in this fridge,” Gella said, opening the door to a mini fridge, stocked with yogurts, cheese, and orange juice, and a

few fruits. “Whenever you are ready, just come to the kitchen.” Gella closed the door behind her. The house breathed its welcome. Malka’la sat on the edge of her bed. It was so inviting, so comfortable. The duvet was fluffy and thick, the small hill of pillows as inviting as a mother’s hug. Her hands were still cold from the way, and she warmed them under her. She had to get up. Supper was ready. She would prefer to skip it, just lie down, just for a little, to rest. Who needed food? But no. She needed food. It had been so long. There was a tall lamp on the night table and the bathroom was off to a side, near the closet. The bathroom was stocked with soaps and shampoos, and Malka’la opened each bottle, to inhale a whiff. The richness of it all. For a moment, she could imagine what the kings of yore must have experienced. The washroom sink had a basket of towels, a sachet of smelly dried twigs, and a negel vasser bowl. If she could only settle in here for the night. But no.


She washed her face, and came out to the kitchen. The supper table was laid with a thick cotton tablecloth, and placemats at each seat. There was a charger, with a huge hunk of pineapple before each seat. “Which brachah is this?” she asked, and was told. She ate the tart fruit, forcing herself to enjoy it until the end. Then she drank down the sharp taste with orange juice from the table.

Oh, how she yearned to have her children here, to give them each one lefaleh, and another, scooping it into their mouths, until they were round and full. Gella watched her, and brought soup to the table. The soup was a chulent, thick with barley, a stew of barley, celery, peppers swimming around… and was that beef? Yes, it was. In the soup. Oh, how she yearned to have her children here, to give them each one lefaleh, and another, scooping it into their mouths, until they were round and full, their bellies satisfied enough to fall easily into a light and hearty sleep. But they were not here, and she was, and she warmed herself, spoon by spoon, and it was delicious, that marrying of flavors, of abundant natural ingredients lending themselves to each other. “Zeyer gishmak,” Malka’la told her


host. “Thank you.” “Oh, you’re ready for the main course?” Her hostess scraped back her chair and went to the oven, from which she procured several Pyrex pans. She placed meatloaf, rice, and a mix of vegetables onto the plate, adding a cupcake foil filled with fruit pie. “Oh!” Malka’la said. “You didn’t have to—” “Didn’t have to what?” “Cook such a seudah for me. You really went out of your way.” Her hunger more than quelled from the soup, she now looked up from the plate and around the table. Mr. Kahn was reading a book of advertisements while her driver, who she now saw was their son, spoke about the news, but only the little ones listened. “This is just supper,” Gella said. “As I said, you’re welcome

a ravaged face, an unknown anomaly, here to take, to receive. A family congregated under their kitchen chandelier of five domed bulbs, and she was not them, and they were being kind to her, and so she was here, but she was intruding. She could either recede into silence, pretending she didn’t exist, or come out of her shell, emerging as part of this scene by contrib-

These people were like noblemen, from the richest of the rich, partaking of this earth fully. to join us every night.” “I’ve never had a meal like this,” Malka’la said appreciatively. Mrs. Kahn looked at her with pity, noting to herself how true it was, how ragged Malka’la appeared. She afforded the poor woman a compassionate smile. Malka’la shifted on her chair, self-conscious and filled with shame. She was an intruder. As much an intruder here as she was an integral part of her own home, her own family, the mainstay, and anchor of her children’s lives, the daughter to her mother, the friend, neighbor, sister, person. There she was human. A person with experiences and wisdoms and perceptions. Here, she was a face,

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uting, by finding out what they liked to hear and saying it. She didn’t know which, so she attacked the meat. When she finished swallowing it all down, she felt full, but she still ate vegetables and rice. She was getting a feeling of deep satiation, discomfort even. She shifted her focus around the table, watching Gella bantering lightly about this and that, prompting her boys to share how their day was. She tasted the pie. It was a mix of fruits and soft, sugary streusel. The heavenly fusion of a variety of goodness. She couldn’t eat anymore, so full was she. Eat while you can, she forced herself. Mrs. Kahn stood up from the

table. She cut up brown cake with frosting. These people were like noblemen, from the richest of the rich, partaking of this earth fully. But she couldn’t anymore. The food was pressing on her. She remembered the richest, fullest meal she had ever had, way back when she first got married, at the Goldrebs’. Even then, the meal had not been this. “Here,” Gella passed her a plate with cake. “I can’t. I’m full,” Malka’la said. If only she could wrap it up and take it home to her children. “And I should go. I hear that most people are available to meshulachim mainly at night. That’s when everyone is home, the business people, everyone. I’ll go collect now.” “Now?” Gella Kahn said. “Don’t you want to rest from your trip?” Malka’la remembered the feel of the duvet, and the soft bed under her weary, exhausted bones. “I have to do it. I’ve left my children behind. Every day counts.” Mr. Kahn picked his head up from his reading. “You’re not going outside in this weather.” 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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THE LAYERED MERINGUE BY MALKI TAUBER

INGREDIENT LIST: Some items divided 8 eggs 2 cup sugar 1 pinch salt 6 ½ scoops vanilla sugar 3 cups chopped filberts, roasted 2/3 cup cornstarch 8 bars parve rosemary chocolate (or any parve truffle) 7 cups whip topping 2 sticks margarine 2 instant vanilla pudding ¾ tsp. cream of tartar (optional)

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MINI MERINGUES

LAYERS: 1. Preheat oven to 275°. 2. Cut out 4 pieces of parchment paper to 9.5-inch squares, and place onto cookie sheets. 3. Make a snow with:

Seasoned Chef: For crispier layer, bake on 250° for 1 ½ hours.

onto the meringue

CHOCOLATE CREAM:

Sprinkle ½ cup chopped, roasted filberts onto the whip

1. Blend: 2½ cups whip topping

8 egg whites

8 yolks

1 ¾ cup sugar

2½ scoops vanilla sugar

1 pinch salt

2. In a double boiler, melt:

4 scoops vanilla sugar

8 rosemary chocolate bars

¾ tsp. cream of tartar (optional - makes the meringue crispier)

2 stick margarine

4. In a bag, shake together: 1 ½ cups chopped filberts, roasted 2/3 cup cornstarch

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WHIP CREAM

¼ cup sugar 5. Slowly add the contents of the bag to the snow.

1. Whip up:

6. Divide among the four cut parchment papers, and smooth down until the edges. You can use a clean piping bag to get a smooth edge.

2. Add:

7. Bake immediately for one hour. 8. Allow to cool, and peel off the parchment paper from the bottom of each meringue layer.

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4½ cups whip topping 2 instant vanilla pudding

Pipe ¼ of the whip cream onto the chocolate cream

2. Repeat another three times, finishing with the whip layer. (The final whip layer will be the top decoration.) 3. Decorate top, with whip flowers, whip geometric shapes, ribbons, or decoration of your choice.

MAKE THEM MINI For mini meringues, use the same recipe, with only half the amount of chocolate cream. 1. Prepare 1¾ -inch by 1¾ -inch squares of parchment paper and pipe on the batter. 2. Layer: Baked meringue Chocolate cream

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Whip cream

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Nuts

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Life in the Mines

Refining the Silver Ore

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More Precious than Gold and Silver

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Deep within the bowels of Cerro Rico — the Rich Mountain located in Potosi, Bolivia — thousands of miners snake their way ever further into the jagged tunnels of rock. They’ve come in the pursuit of silver, for which this mountain is known. Many of them are mere teens who hope to make a living with the pittance they’ll claim after a day of strenuous labor. For them, the choice to mine is easy: Mining means money, and money means life — as long as the mine doesn’t claim their lives before the day is done. Cheeks packed with coca leaves to stave off hunger and fatigue, the men battle heat, dust, and noxious gases, as well as the very possible risk of cave-ins that have become rather frequent in the over-mined mountain. For over 470 years, Cerro Rico has shared the treasures of its bosom with man, honoring them with mounds of gleaming silver. But now, the mountain is like an ant colony, with hundreds of kilometers of crisscrossing tunnels that could collapse at any moment. For this reason, the miners have dubbed Cerro Rico, “The

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mountain that eats men.” It is but one of the many man-eating mines around the world.

Life in the Mines Though foreign countries like Bolivia, Mexico, and Peru boast silver-rich mines, the United States also has its own worthy reserves. From Texas to Alaska, and from California to Pennsylvania, silver mines dot the breadth and width of the American landscape. A far cry from the inhumane conditions at Cerro Rico, American silver mines place safety as an industry priority. Yet, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, mining, without fail, settles into the yearly top ten count of most dangerous professions. Even in American mines where the most advanced safety precautions are taken, danger is everywhere.


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people voluntarily choose to take the risks inside American mines on a A typical day of silver hunting begins with each miner “diggering up” in protective overalls, steel-toed boots, a hard hat with an electrical headlamp, eye protection, gloves, and even hearing protection. The machinery that miners work with are no children’s toys, emitting high decibels of noise for continuous hours. It’s not uncommon for miners to lose their hearing at a young age. But it’s the lungs that are most often affected, damaged by the fine mineral dust particles that enter miners’ lungs and build up, creating an occupational disease called Pneumoconiosis. The machine fumes and exposure to radon also do nothing to mitigate the concerns over miners’ respiratory health. Despite the long-term bodily damage that may occur from working as a miner, over 350,000

yearly basis. At the Lucky Friday mine in Mullan, Idaho, miners climb aboard a 6x6 cage for the descent into the blackened heart of Lucky Friday. At the rate of 1,500 feet per minute, they travel more than a mile under the earth to begin their daily dig. Currently, the mine resides roughly 6,000 feet underground, with plans to dig even further. At this depth, oxygen is scarce, and air is pumped in from thousands of feet above. The miner’s worst nightmare is losing that precious commodity, and each miner is outfitted with an emergency device that is able to convert dangerous carbon monoxide into an hour’s worth of breathable oxygen, should the need arise. There’s also a stench box kept in the mine, that releases a malodorous smell to alert the miners when a fire breaks out underground. Fire eats oxygen, and thus is even more threatening than the physical flames. When a miner smells the warning from the stench box, he knows it’s time to run for

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higher ground. Round-the-clock air conditioners blast cooling air into the working space, though the temperature is never felt as cold. Down here, the thermostat naturally reads 120°, but the air conditioning brings it down to a manageable 85°. Huge diesel trucks drive within the mines — having been transported and assembled piece by piece — and workers drill designated areas with gigantic tools. Every now and again, explosions rumble the earth as miners break into new territory. Here, they’ll clink and chink away at the shards of broken rock, sure to find another day’s worth of silver. These hewn rocks, called ore, are full of fine minerals and metals like gold, zinc, copper, and silver, which will be extracted and refined back up on the upper levels of earth.

Nowadays, chemical leaching is the more common method of silver extraction, though there are other methods that involve the use of electricity. By combining specific chemicals, metallurgists are able to easily extract silver from where it is embedded within the ore. No matter which method a company chooses to refine their silver through, each process involves careful calculations, time, multiple steps, and a certain element of danger.

Crafting Silver Products Refining the Silver Ore Silver has historically been extracted from ore through pyrometallurgy (extracting metal through heat) in processes called smelting and roasting. For each of these processes, ore is ground into tiny particles and exposed to heat and reducing agents which decompose the undesired elements of the ore. Though different, both processes involve extremely high temperatures, and extremely bad smells. Due to the strong pollutants released through these processes, very few metallurgists in the United States use these methods today.

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Before a silversmith can begin crafting his products, he’ll have to purchase the appropriate amount of refined silver. Silver with a purity of near 99.9% is commonly sold in rectangular ingots (bars) or as minted coins, though buyers of super-pure silver are typically only investors. One of the softest of precious metals, silver at near-pure levels is not conducive for producing functional objects. For high-quality jewelry and judaica, the alloy known as sterling silver is most commonly used by silversmiths. With silver making up 92.5% of the metal mixture, sterling is a combination of beauty and functionality. To create the exquisite candlesticks and kiddush


Delicate Designs Not all silver is made through molds, however. The delicate, lace-like designs of filigree art have been popular throughout the ages, especially among those from Yemen. Skilled craftsmen manipulate thin silver wires, shaping them into uniform patterns by hand, and soldering the tiny wires together through fire. These pieces can then be attached to jewelry, or added as designs to molded-form pieces. Filigree artists spend many years perfecting their skill, because, as they say, “It takes an hour to learn, and a lifetime to master.”

More Precious Than Gold and Silver cups prized in the Jewish world, silversmiths will purchase sheets of 925 silver (sterling) or melt down previous silver creations. With the melting point of silver being 1,753°, smithing is a potentially hazardous and complicated profession with little margin of error. Most silver pieces are crafted from solid parts, created from molten silver that is poured into shaping molds. This technique involves heating the silver in a specialized heat-resistant container called a “foundry crucible” until the melting point. The very hot crucible is then held with tongs, and the liquid silver carefully guided in a steady, fluid fashion into the molds. There, the silver will slightly cool and harden, though one final step must be taken to create a beautiful, sturdy product. While still retaining some heat, the newly created item is submerged in water, in a rapid-cooling method called “quenching.” Quenching the silver results in a stronger product than would naturally occur were the silver to cool at slower pace.

Mankind has long run after precious metals, willing to risk life and limb to procure the treasure of silver and its kin. Consider the miners at Cerro Rico, crawling through fragile tunnels with dynamite in hand, or the workers at Lucky Friday, drilling 6,000 feet away from the light of day. What will stop a man from gathering in his beloved metal? What can discourage the human from obtaining one of the most desirable objects on Earth? Perhaps, this Rosh Hashana, when we set the Yom Tov table with magnificent silverware, we will be reminded of the lengths that man will go to gather, extract, and create beauty from hardened rock. And then, we will remember that, “Tov li Toras picha, m’alfei zahav v’chesef.” As this new year comes upon us, let us ask: How far are we willing to go to gather, extract, and create true beauty in our lives from man’s most precious resource, the Torah?

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HANDLE WITH CARE By Idy Swimer

Yom Tov is approaching, and if our silver collection is going to make an appearance and grace our tables, it will to need to be cleaned and polished. As with every good thing, a measure of maintenance is required. Silver, when properly protected, will yield generations of enjoyment. Tarnish is caused by silver coming into contact with sulfur compounds, mainly hydrogen sulfide in the air. Its formation is accelerated in a humid environment. Oily slats from fingers can also cause corrosion patterns that may have to be professionally removed. Tarnish is easily removed when first noticed (usually as a yellowish tint), and will become increasingly difficult to deal with as it turns to light brown and eventually black.

material. Rub polish into all your silverware. This can be done with a cotton ball, pad, or special cloth. 2. Bring a large pot of water to a boil. Then, immerse each piece into the boiling water. Use a strainer for smaller items and kitchen tongs for larger items. Wipe the silver items down a bit, and immerse for a second round. Buffing afterwards is super easy. 3. Change the water after every few pieces.

MAINTENANCE Gently wash and dry your silver immediately after each use. While washing, do not allow silver to come in contact with a metal sink, as that can cause scratching. (Use a plastic dishpan or line the sink with a towel.)

SILVERWARE CARE When it comes to silver, the most effective approach would still be commercial silver polish. When used properly, commercial grade silver polish provides long-term protection and sheen. Use caution and keep the room where you are working well ventilated when working with commercial silver polish. This process ensures that your silver gets the proper cleaning, shining, and buffing that is needed. 1. Line your workstation with a towel or other

Silver pieces that might contain oil or wax such, as candlesticks and menorahs, should be done separately. This ensures that any remaining oil or wax does not dirty the other silverware. 4. Once your pieces are dried, spray Windex

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lightly onto each piece. Buff once more. The sparkle is rewarding. This method guarantees a long shine. And for Pre-Pesach cleaning, this also means that your silver is kashered.

ful with minimal effort. But once it is time to pack away, we want to clean it properly. What is the fix? 5. Soak silverware/flatware in a sink full of boiling water and ½ cup of dishwashing soap such as Dawn or Palmolive. Let sit for 15 minutes. 6. Drain the water, but don’t rinse the silverware. Instead, use the sponge of the silver polish and wash the silver wares until they sparkle. 7. Rinse well with very warm water, and dry with a lint-free cloth. When storing your flatware, rotate the pieces so they will wear uniformly.

COMMON SILVER CARE MISTAKES NOT TO MAKE: WRAPPING IT IN PLASTIC: No, no, no. Never wrap it in saran wrap or a plastic bag. Always have something between the two. Something about the plastic can permanently discolor the silver. Silver is best stored in treated flannel bags which draw away the sulfur from the silver it’s protecting. Alternatively, you can wrap your silver in acid-free tissue or paper then placed in a Ziploc bag. Keep the silver in a dry, well-ventilated, safe area and use silica gel to help absorb dampness. Cutlery should be wrapped individually and placed side by side, rather than piled up. PUTTING THE PIECE IN THE OVEN: Stubborn dirt or grime will not loosen up in the oven. Instead, the silver may soften, and you may be left with a disfigured piece. LOOKING FOR A QUICK FIX: “Don’t rush.” Most people try household remedies for polishing silver, but products that work quickly only do so since they’re too abrasive. While cleaning and polishing in separate processes may take longer, you won’t damage the silver.

HOW TO GIVE YOUR SILVER A DEEP CLEANING: Appropriate for post party, Shabbos, or Yom Tov cleanup We like to use our silver pieces and flatware when preparing for an occasion, Shabbos, or Yom Tov. The sparkle and shine makes the table beauti-

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CLEANING SILVER IN THE DISHWASHER: The heat and harsh detergents of the dishwasher will eventually whiten the silver, causing it to require professional refinishing. In addition, dishwashers can cause blades to explode out of hollowhandled knives. SALT AND SILVER ARE NOT A MATCH: Salt is extremely corrosive to silver; always empty vessels and wash them when not used on a regular basis.


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Silver is one of the most major precious metals, second in acclaim only to gold. Throughout history, there were times when silver held more value than gold. • Although the cost and value has varied enormously over the years, silver has always had a great investment value. • Mexico is the world’s leading silver producer, though silver mines can be found in many countries throughout the world. • The term sterling silver is given to the combination of metal that is at least 92.5% (.925) silver by weight. The other 7.5% is comprised of other metals, usually copper, to strengthen it. That is why the marking on a silver piece will be 925. • About 30% of silver consumption in the U.S. goes toward photography production, which requires silver nitrate. • Silver has the highest electrical conductivity of any of the metals. On a scale of 0 to 100, silver ranks 100 in terms of electrical conductivity, and copper, which most wires are made of, ranks 97. • Silver is the best thermal conductor of any metal. The lines you see in the rear window of a car consist of silver, used to defrost ice in the winter.

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SILVER’S MEDICINAL PROPERTIES • Silver possesses antibacterial properties and has been used for medicinal purposes, prior to the advent of antibiotics. • During the Middle Ages, the antibacterial properties of silver were also used to disinfect water supplies and protect food supplies during long-term storage. • Around this same time period, the European people also developed the technique of using silver for the treatment of burn and wound victims, using the silver as a dressing for their injuries. • While the saying that people who were “Born with a silver spoon in their mouth,” tends to refer to those who were lucky enough to be born into wealthy families, it is believed the saying stemmed more from a health rather than a wealth perspective, because children fed with silver spoons and other silver utensils tended to be healthier. • In fact, silver is considered by some to contain such healing properties that they create a liquid derived from the metal called “collodial silver” and drink it to fight infection. Too much, however, can turn the skin blue!

The only word in the English language that rhymes with silver is the word “chilver,” an Old English noun meaning an ewe lamb.


GO FOR THE… SILVER! • All United States dimes, quarters, half-dollars, and dollar coins minted prior to 1965 contained 90% silver. So keep your eyes peeled when you get change at the market, because every now and then you can still find a real silver coin. • Kennedy’s half-dollars, minted in the U.S. between 1965 and 1969, contained 40% silver. • The word for “silver” and “money” are the same in at least 14 languages.

WHAT SETS SILVER APART? DUCTILITY Silver’s formability make it highly prized among artisans looking to create ornate artwork. In fact, silver can be stretched into a wire thinner than a human hair. •

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Silver can achieve the most brilliant polish of any metal. •

RESILIENCE

Silver is extremely corrosionresistant and can last a long time. •

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Silver is the most reflective element, which makes it useful in mirrors, telescopes, and microscopes. Polished silver reflects 95% of the visible light spectrum.

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By: Ruchy Reese

Clip, clop, clip, clop… If you happened to be walking down Maple Avenue ahead of my young entourage on your way to shul Rosh Hashanah morning a couple years ago, you might have wondered why it sounded as if a miniature horse was following you. And if you happened to look behind you to investigate said sound, you would then have wondered why the pack-leader’s face (mine) was bathed in crimson. I’m sure your curiosity didn’t last long, however, as you let your gaze sweep over the decently dressed children, one little girl’s beaming face, and then down to her shoes. At that moment your question of, “What’s clopping along behind me?” probably then swiftly transformed into the rather embarrassing (for me)

I mean, which normal person puts their kid in heels?! Obviously, ME. question of, “Why in the world did that normal-looking mother buy high heels for her five-yearold?” To add to my mortification, there was no way to run after you and explain the story behind the child’s rather comical choice of footwear, because you know, how normal would that look? Accosting random people and explaining how I find my-

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self in odd situations seems even odder than the situations to begin with. So, with the heldin-check burning desire to justify my actions, I headed to shul where everyone would see my clip-clopping preschooler and gawk at my crimson face. Somehow, I survived the experience. But now that I’m hiding behind the safety of the keyboard, (and you’re effectively held captive by the printed word), I can finally tell you the true story of Why the Five-Year-Old Had Heels.

THE SHORT VERSION I sent my husband shopping. (Doesn’t that explain everything?)

THE LONG VERSION I’m a procrastinator. Big time. Whatever I don’t do right away just falls on the wayside. That goes for shopping too. For days, I’d been saying that I needed to get my daughter new Shabbos/Yom Tov shoes, but somehow just never found the time to head out to the store. Finally, only hours to the z’man, it dawned on me that scrunching her toes into the shoes she’d outgrown weeks prior would be incredibly cruel, and if I didn’t act fast she’d have to wear vochen shoes or Crocs to shul for shofar blozen. With mounting anxiety, I called my husband and told him that’d I’d “forgotten” (read: procrastinated) about the shoes. He’d have to head out and buy

her something to wear, and he’d have to do it alone since I couldn’t possibly take a break in the middle of Yom Tov prep. “Black,” I said, trying to keep it as simple as possible. “Just plain black. Nothing fancy. Quick in and out; the easiest shopping trip ever!” Boy was I thankful he was heading out for me. After all, I couldn’t bring the kid to shul in Crocs! How embarrassing would that be? A short while later my phone rang. “Is a little heel okay?” My husband queried. Picturing a wide, fat, (short!) elevation on the bottom of a Mary-Jane-ish type of plain black shoes, I asked him if my daughter liked it. “She loves it!” was his reply. “So get it,” I said, never imaging that Payless made stilettos for people that were only recently potty-trained. I mean, which normal person puts their kid in heels?! Obviously, ME. The slam of the minivan door alerted me to the arrival of a beaming five-year-old who quickly ran indoors, schlepped a shoe-box from the confines of its plastic bag, and proceeded to regale me with her “mama shich.” At first, I was stunned into silence. And then I erupted into peals of laughter combined with hysterical shrieking, “This is what you bought? I said plain black! Nothing, no frills! No heels! They have to go back, right now! Do whatever you have to do, but these have got to go!” My husband stared at me like I were wild woman. “You said heels were fine.” He was right. I had. But.


I should have known that even a simple shopping trip could end up in comedy; after all, this is the same man who was sent to buy a stretchy for my daughter and returned home with a blue and red zip-up with a giant fire-truck emblazoned on the front. You’d think I’d learned already that our tastes are, umm, slightly different. Guess not. Gulping air to calm myself (and stop the simultaneous tears of laughter), I watched my little girl teetering around the room, her face a thousand-watt beacon of light, and knew that just as I couldn’t force my husband to actually return to the store, I

also couldn’t give up something that meant so much to my little one. I’d have to give up something that meant so much to me: freedom from embarrassment. And so, dear Maple Avenue’rs, if you happened to have noticed a five-year-old in heels on the way to shul, know that those heels, though comical, were a symbol of shalom in our family. From a husband who ran to do a wife’s bidding, to a wife that swallowed her pride in order not to overwork her husband, and parents that allowed their child to revel in the feeling of her “mama shich,” — those shoes were worth the humiliating cost of stares and

turned heads on Rosh Hashanah, even if it came along with a crimson face. And you know what? My five-year-old quickly learned that growing up too quickly may not be all it’s cracked up to be. “My feet hurt,” she complained all the way home, realizing for the first time that the grass is not always greener on the other side… As for the heels, you can come visit them in the dress-up box, somewhere near the bumble bee and fishermen getups from previous Purims. Maybe we’ll use them again one year, but definitely not for Rosh Hashanah!


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CHAPTER THREE

I wasn’t disappointed when work relations grew rough between my boss and me. He wanted more dedication to the job and overtime on random days, and I wanted to be on time for my husband’s homecoming every day. There were also yichud complications with the office setup, but my boss neglected to take care of it, so I left the front door open, which infuriated him. I didn’t care if he fired me; in fact, I’d have been delighted. I was hoping to be a mother soon, so I’d be leaving anyway for a while. I didn’t get fired, but I did train in another secretary before I left, and there was an unspoken understanding that my time at the office was over. I never looked back. On my first day off, before my baby was born, I got up in the morning and stretched lazily. Today I can do anything I like! The freedom was exhilarating. After davening and a long breakfast, I sat at the dining room table with the Chovos Halevavos and read a few chapters with the transla-

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tion. Wow! The possibilities that life offers! I was free of all strings, except to my own family. There was no boss to inform and no comeback time to commit to. I took my time recuperating after my baby was born, my time divided between lounging in bed and caring for my baby, making any

glance at my squealing infant and the cluttered kitchen, and wordlessly rebut: I have more than enough to do! But seriously, what about occupation? Hashgacha stepped in, and I got an offer from the local high school to type their English stencils and tests, and then from another high school to mark their

And then, these first freelance opportunities slowly prodded me to realize my very secret dream: writing. old-time grandma proud. I can’t say bonding with my baby was all bliss — this was my first, and there was so much to adjust to — but I relished the long, unfettered days. The only hump in this fairyland was my mother-in-law (who is, incidentally, a wonderful woman!). What will you do? was the unasked question. Do? I’d think in semi-annoyance, semi-amusement. I’d

English tests. Only my husband and I knew that this was a partpart-part-time job, but I had a ready answer for anyone, ahem, Mom-in-Law. I called myself a home-based English teachers’ assistant, and it sounded fair enough. And then, these first freelance opportunities slowly prodded me to realize my very secret dream: writing. Did I mention my mother-inlaw? Well, make that father-in-


law. My father-in-law was none too pleased with his responsibility-shirking daughter-in-law. First, some backstory: My mother-in-law is a teacher. She is a hardworking, no-nonsense woman who got up for work at 6 a.m. every morning and prepared lessons and marked papers at nights, for over thirty years. In a way, I saw myself in her. This was my dream image of self from my “when I grow up” days. I’m eternally grateful that my mother-in-law met me as a non-teacher, and that she was never aware that in the non-too-distant past, I planned to do exactly what she did. So luckily, I never had to defend my position. But my father-in-law wasn’t so quick to forgive, even if he, too, didn’t know that I myself had planned on teaching. At nearly every Shabbos table, the teaching discussion came up. “Teaching is the ideal job for a mother. You’re on vacation together with the children; it’s so convenient.” I’d swallow hard and smile. Yes, that was very true. But how could I explain that being independent was vacation every day? Should I suffer for ten months to earn two months of vacation, or do what I like and feel like I’m on vacation the whole year? And then the ultimate argument: “And what about retirement?” Yes, I know old age was closer than it seemed and that one always had to prepare for the future, but I was so new on the work scene and still testing the waters that I thought it was fair to wait a little. Did I have to force myself into a steady job I hate in the name of responsibility? Somehow, that didn’t sound very responsible to me. Thankfully, my father-in-law is not a difficult person, and the jibes became more of a family joke than criticism. But the need for self-defense was still there, and it was painful. It’s hard when you can’t pursue your dreams without looking over your shoulder. I started carving out some kind of career, but the going was tough. I’d sit down and force myself to write, and of course, my mind just clogged up. I got rejection letters from publications by the dozen, each another kick in the gut. So aside from self-defender, now I had to be my own cheerleader, too. I plugged away, shaping, honing, refining, and sending out feelers all over for freelance work. I made some pennies doing typing, another bit through editing children’s stories, and the most through... saving. No, I didn’t strike it rich. But dreams are not about richness of the pocket, but of the soul.

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The number in each square is equal to the sum of the numbers in the circle on either side. Fill in the missing numbers.

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Retract:

COMPOUND WORDS

The second part of each compound word (or word) is the first half of the next. Fill in the words.

WITHDRAW, DRAWBACK, BACK YARD, YARD STICK, STICK PIN, PINAFORE, AFOREMENTIONED

COMPOUND WORDS


ACROSS 1. Moving 6. Kind of exam 10. Nibble 14. Awaken 15. Exposed 16. Piece of glass 17. Napery 19. Chooses 20. Bathing suit company 21. Inquire 23. Hobby shop buy 24. Castle defense 27. Social sciences 29. Expulsion 33. Auth. unknown 34. Hipbone-related 35. Waterproof cover 37. Think 40. Wish granter

41. It’s a free country 42. Paris’s river

DOWN 1. These may be fine

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2. Ivory, e.g.

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50. Assembles

7. Campaigned

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10. Mail place: Abbr.

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13. Directions 18. Crazy as a ___

67. Fencing sword 68. Lifeboat lowerer 69. Cream puff

22. Relatives 25. Misbehave 26. Herbs

70. Losing proposition? 71. Go over the limit?

28. Elect 29. Capital of Latvia

Answer key on Boggle page.

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Letter Words

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bitten bitter litter

retail retain retina

Letter Words

biotite glitter

probate titanic

Letter Words

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brody cattier dialer double

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gradiate lita nitrial proact

slier triliad

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Where Every Entry Is a Winner

‫ישראל דוד רוזנברג‬

Hey kids! Here’s your chance to show off what you made! Did you have fun in the snow or the fall leaves? Did you construct something special with Magna Tiles or other building toys? Or did you do one of our “Mommy, I’m Bored” activities or crafts? We’d love to show everyone how creative Monsey kids are! Please email or mail your picture to The Monsey View.


The Monsey View

ART EXHIBIT Showcasing Our Town’s Talent

Honorary mention

Freidy Rosenfeld

Chany H., Age 11

Sury Rubin, Age 9

Avrum Yitzchuk Lebovits, Age 9

Sura Yitty Felberbaum

Malky D, Age 12

Yossi G. Age 11

Rivky Rosenberg, Age 11

Chany H., Age 11

Dini Grunfeld, Age 11


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‫יצחק נפתלי‬ ‫צבי הכהן‬ ‫קאהן‬ ‫צו זיין חתונה בשעה טובה ומצלחת‪.‬‬

‫וי עס ואונטשן דיינע חברים‪:‬‬ ‫נפתלי אונגער‬

‫אברהם בלום‪ ,‬יהושע‬ ‫זאפיר‪ ,‬יעקב מאיר‬ ‫שטיין‪ ,‬יואל פריעד‪,‬‬ ‫מרדכי הירש‪ ,‬אברהם‬ ‫אפרים‬ ‫פריעדמאן‪,‬‬ ‫ווירצבירגער‪ ,‬שמעון‬ ‫דייטש‪ ,‬משה יוסף‬ ‫האפמאן‪ ,‬מרדכי נפ־‬ ‫תלי קליין‪ ,‬שלמה‬ ‫איצקאוויטש‪ ,‬נפתלי‬ ‫קליינמאן‪ ,‬שמואל לע־‬ ‫באוויטש‪ ,‬שלמה זאב‬ ‫גרין‪ ,‬שאול נח כ״ץ‬

‫שמעון עוזר גרינפעלד‪ ,‬הערשי דאסקאל‪ ,‬געצי ניישטאדט‪,‬‬ ‫יוסף גלאנצער‪ ,‬משה אברהם קליין‪ ,‬משה לאנגזאם‪ ,‬סענ־‬ ‫דער ווידער‪ ,‬שלמה לאקס‪ ,‬ישראל מרדכי דרוממער‪ ,‬מנחם‬ ‫מלמד‪ ,‬אליעזר פרייזלער‪ ,‬יוסי גאמבא‪ ,‬ברוך האגער‪ ,‬שמואלי‬ ‫מאנדעלבוים‪ ,‬ברוך טייטעלבוים‪ ,‬נפתלי לעזער‪ ,‬נטע כ״ץ‪,‬‬ ‫שימי פישביין‪ ,‬יהושע האפמאן‪ ,‬ארי׳ מרדכי ראבינאוויטש‪,‬‬ ‫אהרן דוד יאקאבאוויטש‪ ,‬מרדכי שמעון חיימאוויטש‪ ,‬חיים‬ ‫הערש ווייס‪ ,‬תולי הורוויץ‪ ,‬שלומי בלום‪ ,‬אברהם זופניק‪,‬‬ ‫חיים נחום נייהויז‪ ,‬אשר טייטעלבוים‪ ,‬זאבי פאללאק‪ ,‬דוד׳ל‬ ‫קנאבלעך‪ ,‬דוד שווארץ‪ ,‬שלום מרדכי גליק‪ ,‬אלי׳ פאלגער‪,‬‬ ‫יואל וועבער‪ ,‬מנחם איצקאוויטש‪ ,‬זושי טווערסקי‪ ,‬לייבי‬ ‫בראדי‪ ,‬שימי גאלד‪ ,‬יואלי טייטעלבוים‪ ,‬יודל פארקאש‪ ,‬יח־‬ ‫זקאל לעזער‪ ,‬משה דוד מיללער‪ ,‬משה פריינד‪ ,‬שמעון מייעס‬

‫יוסף אליעזר לויפער‪,‬‬ ‫יעקב יוסף גאלדבע־‬ ‫רגער‪ ,‬אברהם משה‬ ‫שניצער‪ ,‬דוד הערש‬ ‫וויינגארטן‪ ,‬אהרן ברוך‬ ‫בערגער‪ ,‬שמעון פאזן‪,‬‬ ‫מרדכי זאב בייער‪ ,‬הלל‬ ‫ליכטענשטיין‪ ,‬שמואל‬ ‫גאלדשטיין‪ ,‬דוד יצחק‬ ‫יואל‬ ‫יארסלאוויטש‪,‬‬ ‫הערש כהן‪ ,‬מאיר האפ־‬ ‫מאן‪ ,‬אהרלה גרבר‪ ,‬הע־‬ ‫רשל רובינשטיין‬

‫יום טוב אליעזר נייהויז‪,‬‬ ‫יואל אייזדארפער‪ ,‬יודל‬ ‫שלמה‬ ‫פערלשטיין‪,‬‬ ‫שטיינמעטץ‪ ,‬מאיר פייג‪,‬‬ ‫יעקב דוד ראזענבערג‪,‬‬ ‫יואל לעפקאוויטש‪ ,‬מע־‬ ‫נדי קארליבאך‪ ,‬יענקי‬ ‫אייזדארפער‪ ,‬יואלי גא־‬ ‫לדשטיין‪ ,‬שלומי הע־‬ ‫ללער‪ ,‬ארי׳ ווייס‪ ,‬מאיר‬ ‫הערש בערגער‪ ,‬חיים‬ ‫גרינבוים‪ ,‬מרדכי נאקא‪,‬‬ ‫יאקיר ביגעלאייזן‬


Real Estate

When You Need a CoSigner for Your Loan by Ann Zeilingold One of the key components of mortgage qualification is having enough income to support the mortgage payment. This is, I feel, is one of the biggest challenges we are facing in our community and probably the single reason, more than any other factor, why a young family remains renting instead of buying a home. Credit can be improved, assets can be saved, gifts inherited.. But a lack of income or work history cannot be easily remedied. If someone is looking to buy a home and does not qualify because their income is too low, a non-occupying co-borrower or a co-signer is a great solution, but it does come with serious responsibilities for the co-borrower and serious concerns for the home purchaser. The most common question asked is, “What are the consequences of co-signing for someone else’s mortgage?” The first thing to address is the term “co-signer” vs. “co-borrower.” When you sign for someone else, you are accepting equal responsibility to repay the loan. It is not like the traditional co-signer relationship, where if the loan were to default, then you have to step up to the plate and pay it back; here, you are equally responsible. That means that the loan is on your credit report, and if it is late, then you will be reported as late. In the mortgage world, the major difference between a co-signer vs a non-occupying co-borrower is that the co-signer is not on the deed and title, thereby has no ownership in the home and the non-occupying co-borrower would be on the title and the deed and share ownership of the home. Many families are able to buy a home only because they have a co-signer. There is no simple recipe that I can provide to you with

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Credit can be improved, assets can be saved, gifts inherited.. But a lack of income or work history cannot be easily remedied.

guidelines on who will be a good co-signer. If you are going to need a co-signer, look for one before you begin to look for a home, and have your mortgage professional pre-approve him to see if he will be able to help you in this endeavor. Usually, when purchasing a home with a co-signer, it is all good for the occupying borrower. This is a way for them to purchase a home without making enough income to support the loan. Many families today are actually getting help from parents and therefore can afford the home, but parental support is not income, even if it is received regularly and consistently. Many questions arise from the co-signer. What exactly is his responsibility? Does the co-signer have to come to the closing? Does the co-signer have to be an American citizen? For how long is he responsible? The answers are that the co-signer is equally responsible for the mortgage as the primary borrower — they both sign the note, the “I owe you.” The co-signer normally needs to come to the closing, un-


less there is a power of attorney in place, and the co-signer needs to file a US tax return and must have a social security number. So, it seems it’s a great solution for the borrower, but sometimes, things can go wrong. Recently, I closed a loan for a client, where the co-signer changed his mind after a commitment was issued and the closing was scheduled. The primary client had sold his home in another state and had accepted jobs locally. They had a $50,000 down payment on the line, and they were in a very bad position. Eventually, the cosigner agreed to proceed, but it couldn’t have been a comfortable situation. In conclusion, I am sure that many readers will be purchasing homes, possibly with co-

signers. When purchasing a home with a co-signer, it is a good idea to make sure the co-signer is clear on his responsibilities. He needs to be aware of the house price and monthly payments. This all needs to be worked out before one finds a home. This information should be conveyed by your mortgage professional, and the co-signer should be comfortable with what he is doing so that the dream of purchasing a home doesn’t spiral into a nightmare.

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

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

Ann Zeilingold Vice President

FM Home Loans 1609 Route 202 Pomona, NY 10970

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

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HOME OWNER  CHESTNUT RIDGE 12 Perth Ave. Chestnut Ridge N.Y. 10977 One of a kind large 4 bedroom ranch, newly renovated with many upgrades, sitting on a beautifully landscaped property! Price reduced. Binyomin Kaufman #105  NEW CONSTRUCTION Beautiful brand new townhouse in a prime location!!! 1450 sq. ft. per floor. A must to see!! Yoel Goralnik #104  CHESTNUT RIDGE CT area, very close ABird’s With a charmingC property! NTInRthe NDER O to UMonsey. asking $649k. Binyomin Kaufman #105  AIRMONT Spacious well-maintained house, with a large & beautiful backyard! .70 of an acre. Hurry to make this your great new home! Asking $419k. Shlomo Braun #106  NEW LISTING/SPRING VALLEY Well maintained capecod, 6.5 bedrooms, 3 full baths! Motivated seller! This won’t last! Brocha Fischman 347.598.8084

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FOR SALE FOR RENT

THE

For Sale VAN 15 passenger van year 2007 52k miles for sale 845 570 3857

DODGE CARAVAN

JOBS SERVICES GEMACHIM MISC.

Glass table top chrome dinette set with 6 chairs (1 has slight tear in plastic.) Value at purchase $1000 & asking for $300. Serious buyers only, 352-0540

Second-Hand, only $10 per lb. (approx. 50 pieces). Specialty pound of figures, animals, cars... $30. Call/Text 845-659-5383.

CHINA CLOSET

SEFORIM SHANK

for sale due to moving (845) 4028393

MBR SET

D.R. BUFFET

2004 149k miles. Needs new engine. 2.5k or best offer. 347528-7376

Antique look for sale. Includes 2 44” beds w/headboards, dresser w/mirror, armoire, and night table. 362-3276

2’ x 6’ in great condition very reasonable price 347-228-2252

NISSAN VERSA

FOR SALE

2009 Hatchback 97.8k miles Great Price call 845-499-6707

Beautiful Italian 4 door china closet, exquisite table and 8 chairs for sale due to moving. Excellent condition. Please call 845.352.7743

OLDSMOBILE MINIVAN

BUICK CENTURY ‘04 145k miles. Great running condition. New tires. $1300 or best offer. call 845-499-7381

MINIVAN 2006 Chrysler Town and Country Touring Minivan for sale. A/c. 8 seats. Automatic. Runs well. 95,000 miles. Please call 845-4990404

MASSAGE TABLE Looking to sell in like-new condition for $250 or best offer. Please call 845-356-8186 or 845664-5578.

DINING ROOM TABLE Good quality used wooden dining room table for sale. With 2 leaves. Asking $125 or best offer. Pictures available. Call or text 845-6427031.

RECLINER Mauve fabric recliner in beautiful condition for sale. Electrically powered to recline and lift. Originally $500. Asking $200 or best offer. Call: 845.517.8186

STERNS SET

brand new condition. Brass headboards. Couch. Dining room table 6 chairs. Beautiful big framed wall mirror. 8455701030

CHAIRS Two brand new wood & leather dining room/living room chairs for sale. Price negotiable. 646535-8102

PLEXIGLAS SHOWCASE Beautiful portable jewelry showcase sliding doors over the counter display 20 x 33 x 11 inches 845-664-2109 cost $225

Matching, Beautiful style. Dark color. Great price. (H) 845.356.2584 (C) 718.930.1620

MBR SET.

MASTER BR SET

Includes 2 39” beds w headboards/night table/ 82” dresser w glass & mirror. Armoire. $1800 please call 845362-1524.

$1500- OBO Mint condition Mohagany Italian Wood, Dresser, armoire,night table and 2 headboards, Call :347-668-8210

FURNITURE

New Simmons Luxury Firm 48” mattress/box spring from Sanders furniture for sale. Please call 845-517-4748

NEW CRIB

FOR SALE

Brand new white crib in box for sale $225, please call 845-8754041.

includes: 12’ 6 door wall unit. Table extends up to 9’ w table pad. 6 chairs. $1500. 845-608-5642

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54” BEDS

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

Mahogany twin headboards, buffet table mahogany/ gold, wooden glass hutch, granite hutch, iron stools, mahogany twin bedroom set: everything for $1500. 917-280-4559

MATTRESS

LOST & FOUND

LEGO DUPLO

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

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

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DINETTE SET

CRIB / DRESSER

FRIDGE AND OVEN in excellent condition selling due to moving. Please call or text 2482597170

WHIRLPOOL front loader washer dryer set for sale. 362-3276

FREEZER Almost new 21 cubic manual defrost freezer for sale. 362-3276


THECL A SSIFIEDS

GE WASH MACHINE

SLEEK SILK

STROLLER

Very good condition for very good price call 845-587-8535

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

Mamas & Papas Sola Stroller Brand New Still in box! Including rain cover 845-425-5889

TOP LOADER GE washer in excellent condition. model #GTWP1800DOWW please call 845-213-5565

DINING ROOM SET Solid wood pedestal table (2 leaves), 6 chairs and large matching breakfront Please call 845-642-1417

JEWELRY Beautiful expensive kallah jewelry for sale hardly used . Bracelet , Earrings ,Watch ,.845746-6012

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

BABY COAT Brand new off white size 12 months for sale. Please call 845354-6757

GIRLS CLOTHING brand new 1. 12 months luggage color 2 pc. outfit 2. 18 months u.s. polo bubble dress $10 each. can email picture. 845.352.0247

18K EARRINGS Beautiful children earrings at great prices call 347-232-6827

CHANDELIERS pendants for sale due to moving. Perfect condition. Please call 718810-9654

KALLAH SET Brand new leather siddur / hagada/tzena urena/tehilim (8 volume set) in original box $125 obo plz call 845 826 0700

GARAGE SALE Kupperman Lane SEPT. 18th19th-20th Furniture, mirrors, lamps, sports equipment, jewelry, glassware, Judaica, luggage & more 845 425-2909

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

VENETTINI SHOES Gently used black velvet girls sz 34 for sale $45 brand new cond. 845-356-1265

FOR SALE

SHOES

brand new sz. 7 coach sneaker for $60. Please call: 425-2284

Slippers birkenstock World Famous For Comfort, Posture & Arch Support. The Natural Place 352-7331

TURBAND SALE

CHALLAH TRAY

Getting married? Beautiful selection of brand new turbands at great price. Please call 845-3254850

Brand new mahogany and silver challah tray large size to sell $75 845-578-4019

SIPUREI TZADIKIM

SUKKAH BOARDS

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

2ft×8ft panels made to order 3/4 inch plywood 2×3 frame $30 delivery available. sukkahbytheboard@gmail.com 8455219019

FARBERWARE POTS Brand new 15 pcs set Farberware pots for sale $125 845-578-4019

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

WIG Freeda wavy wig for sale. Shoulder length, light brown. Originally $2000 asking for $1000 obo. Please call or text 914 263 7616

BUGABOO BEE

LEGO SUKKAH 6’x6’ including schach, new condition/used once. $1,100

CEILING FAN Harbor Breeze brand new white 52 inch ceiling fan $60 call 845664-2109

CHANDELIERS A few 3 bulb bronze, brand new for $40 each 718-437-0797.

SHUL BAG Replace regular shopping bag that carries your siddur, water bottle, glasses, tissues, heels to Shul with this velvet one 845-538-7389

POP UP SUKKAH

Beautiful, slightly used bugaboo bee with pink canopy (2011 model). Call text 773-849-9749

for sale. Schach included. Used once. $100. 352-1309

SUKKA STARS

VELOUR STRETCHIES

for a large variety of sukka stars call 425:5889

at greatly discounted price. please call 426 1291

VENETTINI SHOES

MARKS & SPENCER

Brand new boys classic black Shabbos loafers sz 39. $20- 845356-8873

velour jacket and one piece adorable outfit 9 months. please call 426 1291

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FOR SALE

Recreation Therapist

HIRING

FOR RENT JOBS SERVICES

THE 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

KALLAH SHOES

SUKKAH WALL

All sizes, Very comfortable. Proceeds go to tzedakah. Call\ Text 845-200-0211

NEW!! Wrap your Sukkah, amazing scenes of Yerushliem . Order now for Sukkos delivery Call or text Ari 917-842-0348

SHABBOS LAMP White Shabbos lamp. Excellent condition. Very elegant looking. Please call:(786) 734 - 5780

GEMACHIM

MARY KAY

MISC. LOST & FOUND 158

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

Closeout Wigs, from an online store to our Monsey basement. To find your metzia Call/text 617.413.7833

COINS

PRIVATE HOUSE

FORMULA

11GAL. Integrates functionality w/ simple, elegant appearance. Removable dual action hand lift top. Slim profile practical for kitchen. (786) 734 - 5780

silk tichel and shirtzel to sell for a good price. Call (347) 461-7860.

Beautiful 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, Ground Floor, Backyard, Available for Sukkos & winter. Call: 845-274-3175

GWEN LANE

DISCONTINUED WIGS

BRAND NEW

MIAMI BEACH

BLOOMINGROVE

WHITE WASTEBASKET

and Seforim for Kallahs. Call: 426-1560

23 CALVERT DR. Custom built townhouse, 4 luxury bedrooms, Playroom, Beautiful custom kitchen with granite countertops, oversized dining room & living room with custom flooring 845-641-4208

House for sale in Yiddishe section. Please call 845-275-3969

Prosobee soy cans for sale @ 12 each 9292513777

3 or 5 bedrm home; living/dining rooms; brand new kitchen/ appliances; skylight; hardwood flooring; deck overlooking pool and yard10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

4+ bd, big hi range, Stonehouse area, quite dead end, nice back yard, available Oct 1, Section 8 welcome, call 845-538-7273

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

BOOKS

NW HEMPSTEAD

For Rent

LOOKING TO RENT two bedroom apartment in Calvert Dr area please call 347984-1531

FURNISHED APARTMENT 2 room with porch near Viznitz with washer/dryer and spacious closets; suitable for chosonkallah. 845-426-1251

SUKKOS RENTAL

RENTAL

House in Bates area with sukkah and awning available for rent from October 14 to October 30. Please call 845-659-7148.

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

HOUSE

TWIN AVE.

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

4 br, 2 bathroom, laundry room, eat in kitchen, Chestnut Ridge near park. 845.596.8278.

Renovated, 2 3 BR apts., large kitchen, dinette & dining room, 2 full bath`s, plus finished basement. Call: 845-641-4208

SHABBOS SHOE

FURN/UNFURN

FOR RENT

Waldlaufer open back, size 4.5. Brand new condition. Asking 50 dollars originally 150. Call 352-0896

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

Beautiful walk-in 3 room apartment available after Sukkos on Regina Road. Call 845-4250130.

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FOUR BEDROOM Apartment for rent. Best location! Near Shul. Available in November. Please call: 659-6219

OLD NYACK Brand new 4 bedroom apt. For rent. Next to Evergreen. Asking $2500 plus utilities. Section 8 only. Please call 356-0407.

TISHREI RENTAL Beautiful, newly renovated 2 bedroom, Yom Kippur through entire Sukkos in Bates. Ground level, wonderful neighborhood. (267) 226-2820

Don’t Miss This

Exciting Opportunity Hamaspik’s STARS program is looking to hire 12th grade or post seminary girls to join our girls once or twice a week as they enjoy exciting activities and outings, from 6-9 in the evening. Our STARS program will provide you with a positive work environment where you can impact lives in a fun and gratifying setting! Great pay! (Driver’s license required.)

Call 845-746-7254 for more information.

NEW HEMPSTEAD

YOMTOV RENTAL

3 ROOM

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

4 room apartment avail for rosh hashana, yom kipur & sukos.8455000872

Please call 845-578-4023 if no answer leave a message.

NEW HEMPSTEAD 3 or 5 bedrm home; spacious living/dining rm; brand new kitchen/appliances; skylight; deck overlooking pool and backyard 10952pm@gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7

SUKKOS RENTAL beautiful private house in Heimishe Quiet neighborhood in chestnut ridge. Close to main st and shuls. Pls call 8454250956

4 BDRM bi-level for Rent in prime neighborhood near shul. Ready to move in October Serious inquiries only. 845-662-5411.

YOM TOV RENTAL Magnificent 3 Bedroom House available near Rav Schlesinger’s Shul. Available from October 9- October 26. The house has a tremendous Sukkah 20X10. Please call 845-263-6078

YOM TOV RENTAL House for rent Bluefield area from October 9-30 Yom Kippur, Succos .large Sukkah included. please leave a message @ (845) 746-7291

APT FOR RENT Beautiful new 1 bedroom walk-in apartment for rent. Old Nyack/ Saddle area. Call/text 347-3856794

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

SUKKAS RENTAL Huge new 3 bedroom apt with large sukah (with awning) ellish pkwy available Oct. 13-26. Asking $2500.Please call 845.709.1019

FOR RENT A beautiful 2 room spacious office for rent in a private street in viola 306 area, call 845 371 2047.

3 BEDROOM Apt, on Wiener Drive Porch,C/A, Large Backyard Sec 8 Aprvd 845.425.8000 Ready to Move in

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

3 BEDROOM On Jill Ln cor Ralph Blvd 2 flight up no porch available sect.8 ok. 1750+utilities 845-538-3993

NEW HEMPSTEAD avail imm; stunning new apt ceramic tiles; 2 Huge bdrms + living/dining/study; big dinette+ktchn State/Art brand new appliances 845 377 3687

WEST ST AREA ‫ בעדרום דירה‬2 ‫א פריש איבערגעמאכט‬ ‫ נישט בעיסמענט‬,‫ נייע קאך‬,‫צו פארדינגן‬ 845-445-7436

SUNRISE DRIVE Beautiful, almost-new, 4 room apartment on Sunrise Dr. for rent, above ground level, spacious rooms. Call 845-659-5515

2 BEDROOM apt for rent available now Saddle River Rd reasonable rent kind landlord please call 8453526211

SUKKOS RENTAL 2 Bedroom, newly renovated, ground level apartment in Bates available fromSeptember 28th (before Yom Kippur) through October 15th. (267) 226-2820

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THE FOR RENT

FOR RENT

CHASSUNA DRESS

spacious airy furnished apartment available for rent Located on first st Herrick st. call 845-500-3100

A beautiful office with 2 rooms For rent in the college rd area please call 917-474-3026

Magnificent off white maternity, size medium, to sell/rent please call 8452130299

COMMERCIAL

MATERNITY DRESSES

Office space for rent, 2,000 s.f. near KJ 2758340@gmail.com

Beautiful, burgundy, for sale/ rent. Size xs. Can easily be altered to fit regular sizing. please call: 845 263 5573

5 ROOM apartment for rent on Adar Ct. 347-461-4814

JOBS

FOR RENT 2 bedroom walk in apt with central air on Dunhill lane. Please call718-795-6965

4 ROOM

LOST & FOUND

MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

Apartment for Rent, Chosson Kallah Only on Dana Road, Asking $1400 Plus. Call (845) 2820750 after 6PM

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

Wedding Gowns and Dresses VERY FANCY mother/sister of bride gown a very nice shade of lilac please call 845-362-2422

TODDLER TUXEDO Off white size 2. rent or sell call 845-362-2422

PINK GOWN size 2 toddler. rent or sell. please call 845-362-2422

SISTER OF BRIDE light color gowns size 00,0 and children’s gowns size 12, and 18 months Call 845-642-4968

FOR SALE/RENT 2 Beautiful white/light blue gowns children’s size 6 and 8. Please call 352-8744

KALLAH GOWN Stunning gown with dropped waist and beaded embroidered detail. Size 4-6 Tall. Excellent condition - worn once. Call/text for pictures 845-558-9589

ASHEL RENTAL

TRUE STUNNERS!

Two bedroom apartment on Ashel Lane available to rent out for Succos. Please call 347-7150565

Kallah gown size 8. Sister’s gown size 6, soft peach and ivory combo. Not floor length. Call 352-6626

exquisite, size 0-2 for sale. sale. Call 917-474-5673

DRESS RENTAL

MAGNIFICENT

Gorgeous married sister of the bride dress for rent size 6-8. Reasonably priced. Call/text 347742-6716

little sister/niece gown. Light grey/silver. Size 8 kids. Call/text for picture 845-558-9589

3 BEDROOM Small 3 bedroom apt in Oak Glen $1950 including utilities call or txt 9174183174

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

FOR RENT

GOWNS

KLIENFELD GOWN

DRESS

Gowns With Glamour. Wedding gowns sz 2 – teen. Rachy Silber 845-445-5458

Magnifecent size 4 black / off white sister of the bride / tenoyim dress for rent. Please call: 718-810-9654

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

SISTER OF BRIDE

MAGNIFICENT

party dress for rent or sale. 8455000872

grey/silver sister of the bride gown for rent or sale. Size 2-4. Please call or text 646-295-3106.

2 ROOM

SISTER OF BRIDE

office space for rent in a private area please call and leave message 845-445-5961.

stunning gown size 6-8 for sale for really good price. 845 352 2710

For the mother of the bride: -347585-4441

STORAGE SPACE

MACHTENISTA DRESS

SISTER OF THE BRIDE

500 sqf garage space (separate from house) available for rent . Please call845-274-0800.

Beautiful beige beaded top dress size 8 for sale $900 negotiable. Call 426-7656

Dress navy, size 12/14 for rent @ great price. Also a size 18 greyish/ blue. call 845.300.0636

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SISTER OF BRIDE

DRESS

WEB DEVELOPER

sz 2 silver grey party dress. lace top, Silk bottom. 845 222 4034

sister of bride. Magnificant custom made dress size 0-2 to rent (teal coloring) pls call 4265039

An experienced Web Developer and Designer, is available to do small jobs on Sundays and evenings. For more info call: 646938-1108.

GOWN magnificent navy sister of the bride gown for sale woman’s size 12-14 . 503-5997.

CLASSY DRESS Navy Classy elegant navy straight dress size 8 for sale $150 845-290-7863

STUNNING slenderizing married sis of bride 2 PC gown black top grey skirt size 14. Great price. 347-645-6857

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

TOPS Beautiful shabbos and chasunah maternity or lg sz tops at closeout for just $29. West central area. 3711765

GOWNS ivory kids gowns size 4 and 6. Black and gray sister of the bride gown size 4/6. 845-354-1267

GOWN Childrens size 8 wedding gown for sale/rent. Ivory and pink tulle. Reasonable. Call/text (845) 274-6826

GOWN Kids sister of bride gown size 4 ,5,6,7,10. Teens size 0-2. Married sister of bride 4-6. Call 845-3711963

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

HELP WANTED

beaded dress size 0-2. Please call or text 845-545-8454.

GOWN

PRIMAVERA

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

Hiring waiters, delivery person, cashier. Full time and part time positions available. Call-(845)570-3697

FEEL THE PAIN FREE DIFFERENCE

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.

OFFICE IN SV

Company in central monsey looking for a capable full time employee. Experience in the online marketplaces a plus. Please email resume to jobopening025@ gmail.com or call (845) 445-7846 and leave a clear message.

SISTER OF BRIDE

PURCHASING ASSISTANT

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

GRAPHIC DESIGNER Graphics and marketing firm, Brooklyn-based , opening a branch in the Monsey area. Seeking creative graphic designer MUST have good eye for detail as primary work is completing technical details on food packaging design. Email resume and portfolio to info@theshelfny. com

SECRETARY WANTED For girls high school office, must be computer literate with good telephone skills and able to multi task. Graphics a plus. Full time. Fax resume to: 845-426-6411

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

845.323.8886 Book your appointment


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THE Great Opportunity! Looking for someone to accompany and help a mother and her little boy who has some behavioral issues, when she goes to doctor appointments. The mother will schedule appointments toegether with you so that it will work out for both. Must be available mornings or early afternoons and be willing to sometimes travel to the city for doctors’ visits.

Please call: 845.503.0242

EVEREST EQUITY

SECRETARY

The Everest Equity Company is looking to hire an assistant/ processor. Qualified applicants please send your resume to saram@everestequity.com or fax to 845-230-8682.

A office in Monroe, NY is seeking a F/T secretary. Phone skills, computer literacy and office experience preferred. Fax Resume 1845-783-1173 or Email Amedny@gmail.com.

FT OFFICE WORK Looking for motivated, organized individual w/good communication skills. Duties include: answering phones, A/R & A/P, data entry, payroll preparation. must have good computer skills & be proficient in Quickbooks. Full time only! email: jobs@optair.net

HELP WANTED Graphics and marketing firm, Brooklyn-based, opening a branch in the Monsey area. Seeking admin F/T position, qualifications and responsibilities include (but are not limited to) knowledge of Microsoft Office Skills, QuickBooks, Organization skills, Time Management , Leadership qualities and Customer Service Skills personable and friendly. Email resume and portfolio to info@ theshelfny.com

HELP WANTED Heimish office looking for full time. Must be detailed oriented and able to work in a fast paced office. Great environment . Please email titleinsny@gmail.com

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MEDICAL PRACTICE is seeking a full time medical biller. email nymedjob@gmail. com

EZ DRIVE is looking for a mature, and responsible lady to be a full time driving instructor, must have license for 10 years and a high school diploma. Call 845.371.4444 #26.

MONSEY BAIS YAAKOV elementary school is seeking a part-time or full-time afternoon science / ELA Teacher for Junior High School. Please email your resume to girlschoolmonsey@ gmail.com

MEDICAL STORE seeking mature woman for customer service, full time. Basic computer knowledge necessary. Email resume to bctlist@gmail. com or fax to 845-363-0900.

SALES HELP Children’s store looking for energetic, friendly & responsible sales lady, afternoon Shift. Call 845.323.6933

LOOKING for someone to do some light work on your own computer online lightwork10950@gmail. com

RIDE looking for ride from Hillburn to Monsey about 5:30pm once a week ready to pay please call 845-350-2686

SUKKAH CNTR. Looking for a Salesman, Delivery driver and handyman. Please call 845 662 2166

HAMASPIK 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 845-4253044

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

TEACHER Seeking licensed NYS certified teacher to work in a local UPK program for a school. Please send resume to hr@coconline.org.

TEACHER WANTED Heimishe girls school is looking for a 4th grade English teacher. Please call and leave a detailed msg. 8452882944

GIRLS SCHOOL is looking for an experienced 8th Grade Math Teacher- 3x a week. Please fax resume to: 531-4818

NURSERY ASSISTANT Looking for a graduate to assist in a private nursery. Full time or afternoons. Call 352-7418 lv msg.

SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home from 2.30 to 4.30 monday through thursday.862 505 9546


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SUB. NEEDED Playgroup Looking for a capable sub. Please call 845.364.6943

LOOKING FOR Looking for a female boarder rent free in exchange for babysitting and housekeeping. If interested please call (845) 426-1071.

AFTERNOON BABYSITTER Looking for babysitter in my home one or two hours. Grandview area. Call or text 347 526 6765

BABYSITTER NEEDED

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

We are proud to announce that Teacher Leah Weiss has joined. WARM LOVING ENVIRO NMENT

Free Transportation! No Vacation Days!

Healthy Breakfast, snack and lunch! Magnificent outdoor park!

Located on Francis Place

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

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Inquire about our new SUNDAY program

OVER 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE!

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For two children my home on Rock Hill Rd. from 2:00-5:30 PM Monday-Thursday. Good pay. Please call 845-274-2112 or email monsey137@gmail.com.

MASSAGE THERAPY

ONE MAN BAND

woman only. Professional deep tissue\pregnancy any pain flexible hours call: 347.654.4455

PLAYGROUP

GETAWAY

Professional 13-year-old available to play for all occasions. 50% off first 3 bookings made before October 1st. Samples available. 362-2268

in Bates Horton area, is looking for a responsible girl willing to work for assistant Position .please call 845.379.4711

Looking to go away for Shabbos? Katz Family Getaway in Kingston, NY is the place. call 845-334-9044 for more info or emailleah@iloveganisrael.com

LOOKING for babysitter in my house from after sukkos. 2:30-5:00. Great pay and easy work. Call 262.0014

RAINDROP MASSAGE Young living oils. Special massage. Your house or mine. Call 845-371-1963..

BABYSITTER WANTED

MUSICIAN AVAILABLE

Looking for a warm, loving, caring, babysitter Mon-Thurs 12:30-5:30. 845 352 2710 Lv message

professional drummer available for succos please call:845-5963791

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

HEMS Basic alterations. Call 596-3140

REFLEXOLOGY Hand, back, and shoulder massage also available. Optimal results. Book your session: 347379-0793 Women/children only

GRAPHIC DESIGN Create product packaging design or label logo, business card and company letterhead remove background, Photoshop and more 3476544455

EXPERIENCED LIFEGUARD Call 347.486.4450

POEMS & SONGS

VOICE LESSONS Heimishe Voice lessons 845-3773389

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

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

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

BALLOON SPOT for all occasions. Airmont area. (845)356-0815

DOULA

Creatively Composed 347-5635692

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

BOOK SCANNING

PHOTOGRAPHY

Have your books and docs scanned to PDF and word, and then returned to you. Service@ boundbookscanning.com, 845598-0467 ext 202

You only get one chance to make a first impression! Stunning Shidduch resume portraiture. CelebratingYouToo@gmail.com, (845) 558-8247

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ALTERATIONS

BALLOONS

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

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

Helium balloons for all occasions! Engagement, Baby, Get Well, Birthday, etc. Sunrise area. Call anytime. Delivery available.425.6066

EDITOR Proofreader/Copyeditor/ content researcher available for business and publishing needs, experienced in English and Lashon haKodesh (including seforim). (845) 538-5329

IMAGES

SERVICES

We can take your professional Jewelry and Watches images for a very very cheap price - Please call 646-535-8102

MOTHER HEN METHOD A New Approach to Childbirth. You Can have it easily and completely naturally B’ezrasHashem Call Now (845)587-1649

GEMACHIM

STUNNING PEARL and semi precious gem necklaces @ unbeatable prices! pictures on Instagram= pearlshine1 or text 845 689 7478 for pictures

JEWELRY GARDEN Exquisite Sterling C.Z. Gold Filled & Fashion Jewelry! Exclusively Ours! Largest Selection in Monsey 845 352 2051

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Positive results guaranteed! Located on West Maple. To book appt call 845-352-0705.

TYPING / LAYOUT for all your typing, layout or basic graphic needs. Teachersgive your worksheets a new, professional look! Reasonable rates. (248) 955-8559

TEACHER Experienced high school and elementary teacher available to mark tests. Any subject/ grade, long term or one-time. Reasonable. cell: (248) 955-8559

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

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

ALOE VERA based tooth paste gr8 mint flavor, amazing teeth whitening, prevents gum disease. All natural. Call 425 4869

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

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

FAIGY’S FACES Professional Face Painting. Parties. Individuals. Quick Demonstrations For Your Event. 845 825 2985.

SPEAKER RENTALS Top quality music speakers for rent, to reserve please call 845422-5516

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

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

HONEY Pure raw local honey for sale call 845-202-2575 or visit www. RocklandHoney.com for more details.

WHOLESALE selling tzitizis, kashketlich, shluf kaplech, and shayla upsheren cds and books for wholesale price! stock up now and save!! 845.352.0247.

HONEY Elegant bottles of honey the perfect Rosh Hashana gift Candy Wrapper 845-445-8288

EXERCISE Personal Training Experience With Group Pricing www. TheKinetixCenter.com By Leiby Strauss

WRAPPED WITH STYLE Call us to wrap up your gifts this season. Yom Tov, Chassan/Kallah or for any reason 845-263-7463 stylefavorsandgifts@gmail.com

PEANUT CHEWS You can now order chocolate covered peanut chew guitar $45 845-352-9022

ONE MAN BAND Make your simcha Lebedig & unforgetable! Yisroel M. Turner 845-274-7002

QUICKBOOKS successfully helping small companies with their bookkeeping. Outsource your bookkeeping, and see the difference. Please call:(845) 548-7587 or e-mail :bookkeeping7587@gmail.com


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BESTBUY gift card in the amount of $430.00 (it does not expire) for the best offer received 718-4370797.

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

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

PROJECTOR for rent. $40 a day. Call Now 845517-8865

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

ITCH RELEAF suffering from eczema, psoriasis, poison ive etc? A 100% natural bar of soap with a unique triple acting formula stops the itch pls call 8456133487

HOMEMADE CHALLAH 5 lbs of perfect Custom challah dough - freshly made to your likes and schedule. Call 845-5389332 challahdough@gmail.com

Join the fabulous team of staff who are making a difference in the lives of special needs girls every day.

Hamaspik’s After School Program A rewarding and fun-filled experience for high school and post-high school girls. Good pay If interested, please fax resume to 845.425.7983 or call 845.425.3421 and leave a detailed message

CHALLAH DOUGH

PRINTING

PHOTOGRAPHY

Custom made to your taste, diet and schedule. Easily bake homemade challah for yom tov Call 369-3755

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

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

ELECTRICIAN

BREATHING

FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY

Prompt & reliable same day service. 845 371 4959

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

Professional and affordable photography. $40 for 1/2 hr. session. Includes cd. Call 845-2634419.

ENVELOPE ADDRESSING

HOMEWORK HELP

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

Math Tutoring, Test Prep, All Levels, call: 845-445-8003, email: Monsey.Math@gmail. comEvening & Sunday hours available.

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

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

PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY Great rates. Call or e-mail for quote. frimyb157@gmail.com. 845-356-0102.

BABYSITTER AVAILABLE Carlton/College area. 845-6410785

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THE PLAYGROUP

BABYSITTER

ENGLISH LESSONS

Huge spacious play area Experienced teachers Warm lunches served Transportation provided. A place where your child will thrive iyh. To register call Teacher Yitty: 356-5132

available in the evenings. next to ohr hachayim viznitz. 845-5383648

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

JOBS

KIDDIE GROUP One more slot available in Kiddie Group on Kaufman ct. Max. group 5 children. Call: 845-3522189

OVERNIGHT BABYSITTER

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

Teacher Chany Fried is now accepting over night babysitting. For warm & loving care and a wonderful experience call: 845 826 0700

MISC.

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

BABYSITTING

available for the upcoming year accepting drop ins as well limited slots available Calvert area please call 845 598 - 0656.

for your next simcha right next to Ateres Charna. 845-304-7987

SUNDAY BABYSITTING

Place is limited. amazing loving caring teacher. 854-499-6647

Experience babysitter on Herrick Ave. now accepting baby sitting’s on Sunday’s. Drop-ins or steady welcome. 845-352-3763

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

Available to babysit from 11:304:00.Bais Rochel School area. Please call 845-263-5217

BABYSITTER

LOST & FOUND

BABYSITTING Warm and loving babysitter is now available in the saddle river/ Orchard area. 845-662-7158

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

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

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

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KIDDIE GROUP

KIDDIE GROUP Small Kiddie group on Westside Ave. Starting after Sukkos, 18-24 months. Call R. Halpert 425-3491

DRUM LESSONS

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

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

MUSIC LESSONS master the magic of music. Enjoy it forever. All ages welcome. My house or yours. Limited slots avail. Call now! 274 1290

NS ELECTROLYSIS Join hundreds of satisfied clients! Half off 1st visit w/ ment. of ad. Call Nechama -356-1536.

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

STYLE IT Exceptional work for hair and wigs for all occasions. Many happy references available. By Bruchy 845-826-1144

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

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

GUITAR LESSONS

Suzzane area call 845-274-1035

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

HAIR DESIGN

COMPUTER TRAINING Never learned basic computer skills? I could help, in the privacy of my home. Microsoft Word, Qbooks, Outlook, Etc. Confidential. 845-425-4729

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WASH AND SETS

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

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


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WASH N SET Nobody knows how to wash/set with secret method that makes YOUR sheital SUPERIOR. Many ecstatic clients, Feel SPECIAL. 9292385487

HAIRCUT Have your hair professionally styled\cut for a great price! $10-Haircut. $20-Styling. Call for appt. 845-587-8328 Located on Adar Ct.

BASHIE BRODY Wigs wash n sets /cuts/styled 538.7603/436.4632

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

HAIR We r Professional Haircutting & Styling. Wash & Sets. Maple Leaf 845.371.7672

HAIRSTYLIST Sharp cuts. Beautiful and updated hairstyles for your wedding or special occasion. Haircuta $12blowing 12- hairstyles $18- your house or mine. Monsey blvd. Call 845-371-1963 leave message

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

GPS GEMACH

BABY JARS

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

Baby jars needed. Please call 356-1127.

SIDDUR GEMACH

SUKKAH

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

Looking for a free giveaway: of a sukkah/schach in a fair condition. please call: 347-675-4794

GEMACH

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

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

Selichos every night 12 : 45 am from motzei Shabbos ki savo through erev Yom Kippur at Mikdash Dovid corner Cameo Ridge and Hilltop

Relief! don’t suffer! Afree recording for women to alleviate nausea symptoms. Call; 263-0313 to learn how.

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

Would like a refrigerator in good condition, for a shul. Pls. Call 356-1127

Makeup artist in Chestnut Ridge. Contact D. Lander 845.642.6833

HEALTH

ROOF-CARRIERS

REFRIGERATOR

SELICHOS

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

Kos Yeshuos - Becher Gemach. Simchah, Shabbaton? Don’t spend on disposable bechers. Use real bechers from our free-loan gemach. Better for your pocket, and halachically. 845-377KOS1(5671) KosYeshuos@gmail. com

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MAKE UP

MAKEUP ARTIST

BECHER GEMACH

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SHIURIM Live your life with true serenity & menuchas hanefesh friday Sep. 23 at 10:00 a.m. Free call 804 665 0005 pin# 152699 M. Feldman

Gemachim

SHAKLEE

GEMACH

Looking for powerful nutritional supplements? Call to place your Shaklee order “free delivery” 845 213-8016

I have a 20 at crockpot large, soup pot, fish pot and large Perculator for Gemach 8453238570 Ruchy@ nfpsolution.com

Cardboard Boxes for Moving. 845-425-6826

Lost & Found LOST Diamond bracelet Shabbos ‫פרשת‬ ‫ קרח‬on Suzana ,Phyllis, Vishnitz shul or vilcholvitz hall please call 845-290-1233 Lost or exchanged black patent shoes in Vilchovitz hall last August. 845-548-6021 Lost Keyring. If found, please call (845)426-2434

FOUND money on refuah shuttle coming from new square to monsey a while ago. 425-3069 silver watch in Rockland Kosher parking lot over a month ago. a gold watch in oakwood park. 845-425-5683 Haircutting Scissors in Ateres Chaya Sura please call 596 0160 Jewelery in Ateres Chaya Sura please call 596 0160 pink scooter on Zeissner off of Francis Place at beginning of the summer. please call 845-352-1016

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