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Our Town’s Weekly Issue #70

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PUBLISHER:

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I’m not much of a baker, but I’ve got a “thing” for cinnamon buns. When I saw Draizy’s simple recipe for cinnamon buns, I put it on my Erev Yom Tov list. Well, they definitely were easy to make! And tasty, too! Thanks, Draizy!

ART DIRECTOR:

A Reader

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R. Itzkowitz

THE MONSEY VIEW

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845-600-8484 FAX:

WHAT ARE WE PORTRAYING?

I have recently noticed a disturbing trend in today’s advertisements. On more than one occasion, lately, I was pained to see heimishe store owners advertise their merchandise using goyish models (or children dressed up like goyim). Is this the image we aspire to reach? We cannot measure the impact this has on us, who are so impressionable to subtle messages and inflections. It definitely is worthwhile for business owners to extend the extra effort and investment needed to produce ads that project our true values with a heimishe look. Looking forward to a change

845-600-8483 E-MAIL:

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A LESSON FOR GENERATIONS

I applaud Libby Lichter for her article

titled My Chance (Issue #69, Page 122) for her description of the rationale that she used to hold it together and stay calm in the face of a freezer filled with her carefully prepared Yom Tov cooking which was rendered completely unusable because one of her children had mistakenly pulled the plug of the freezer when he plugged in his keyboard. It is important that both Libby and the rest of your readership understand just how far this (not so simple) act of heroism goes toward the investment in the most important future assets that Libby will ever have, namely her doiros. Libby’s story reminds me of the “onion story,” in my book Are Your Hands Full? Volume 1, (page 207), which occurred fifty years ago immediately after licht zinden on the first Seder night. My twin brothers-inlaw (then aged five) swung on the doors of a metal Pesach cabinet and knocked it over with all its contents, which included all the Pesach dishes and belongings that my in-laws owned at that time. The family still remembers how my shvigger a”h focused on one of the many onions that rolled out of the cabinet and across the floor in order to stay calm in the face of this last minute, pre-Yom Tov loss. Without realizing the connection, I also recounted the equally famous “hose

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Inbox Talk of Town

story” in Are Your Hands Full? Volume 2, (page 102), that took place when my husband (age 17) was a learning Rebbe in camp and his teenage campers hosed down his cubby, clothes, mattress and bed late one night when he was out at a meeting. He was able to stay completely calm and not react to his campers at all, until after a few days, the campers could not contain themselves any longer and begged him to react (because unfortunately, that is what most children are used to). It was only when some of my readers pointed out to me that the “hose story” was the son of the “onion story” that I realized that the ability to withhold impulsive reaction in the face of undesirable events is probably half inherited and half learned (nature and nurture) but definitely can (and should) be passed down from generation to generation. Libby, although you may not see the immediate transmission of the lesson you taught your children during this difficult time, you have handed your children a gift of a lifetime. You have demonstrated to them that the people in your life are more important than the objects in your life, and that behavior far outweighs belongings. May the Ribono shel Olam continue to provide you with beautiful Yom Tov meals (albeit in the manner that He sees fit), and may you be zoche to teach this valuable parenting lesson for many generations to come. Wishing you much continued hatzlocha. Sora Yaroslawitz


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‫עס איז בלויז‬ ‫געציילטע טעג‬ ,‫פאר סוכות‬

As told to: Basya Lev

I was having a big dilemma. My business required me to use the internet. However, the company I was getting my computer services from made an error and I had unfiltered access to the internet. My Rebbe is extremely outspoken against the internet, so I knew I had to do something. I sent many messages to the company to put a filter on my computer but they did not respond. At that time, I was in the middle of negotiations with a potential customer. The problem was that to service this customer would require the internet. I was struggling between getting rid of the internet and the justifications for why I needed it. Finally, one morning, I decided I would no longer have the internet in my house and I disconnected my access. It soon became apparent to me that by doing the ratzon Hashem, I did not lose out. Within two minutes of the internet being sealed off, a new customer contacted me, one with an even more lucrative and exciting deal! Not only that, but his business came with the haskama of my own Rebbe. I felt as if Hashem had sent me a Heavenly message that He was proud of my actions!

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With the proper preparation and Hashem’s help, you can ready your body for this very important day — allowing you to focus solely on the lofty nature of Yom Kippur. Here are some tips to help you fast both easily and meaningfully.

OWER UP GEAR UP FOR THE P The week before any fast — especially a long one like Yom Kippur — is the perfect time to get your body into optimal shape. The following tips should be started several days before the fast.

Kick the caffeine

If you are a coffee drinker, avoid the headache and lethargy associated with caffeine withdrawal on the day of Yom Kippur, when your body is at its weakest. Taper off slowly over the course of a week, and you’ll be able to handle the fast much more easily.

Fill ‘er up One of the main reasons that people feel excessive hunger is not for lack of food. It’s actually because their bodies are starved of nutrients. If you haven’t been taking vitamins and eating well-balanced meals, use this time to get yourself on track. Take a daily multi-vitamin and consider being tested for any deficiencies. And of course, up that vegetable intake!

Soak up the saturation Most people on these shores are at least somewhat dehydrated. Use this week to drink, drink, drink! And by “drink” we mean water! Aim for at least eight cups daily, and again, up that fruit and vegetable intake, since plants are composed of mostly water.

Shake it up Eat breakfast, lunch, and supper at set times each day? You’re likely to feel hunger pains kick in during those times during the fast. Unless, of course, you retrain your body to not expect food at a specific time. It might be worth it for you to vary your mealtimes throughout the preceding week to “trick” your body on the day of the fast.

ORE THE DAY BEF The day before Yom Kippur begins is the time to properly fuel up for the fast ahead. Here’s some great ways to do that:

Start off on the right foot

Have a well-balanced breakfast at the beginning of the day. It should include a healthy carbohydrate, a serving of protein, and fruits or vegetables. It’s simple math: the better you feel when beginning the fast, the better you’ll fast!

Have another nosh! Eating throughout the day before the fast is a mitzvah, but you’ll want to do it right. Cut up melons and other fruits for easy snacking, and munch on them throughout the day. Fruits are great prefast, because they slowly release the water inside, helping you to stay hydrated longer.

Consume the right stuff You’ll want to eat and drink things that hydrate

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you and don’t stimulate thirst. Salt, chocolate, tea, soda, coffee, and alcohol are all pre-fast no-nos. Focus on the complex carbohydrates at the Seudah Hamafsekes. They’ll keep you satiated, and actually saturated, too! Complex carbs bond with water and keep it in your system as it slowly digests. Healthy fats like avocado and olive oil should be included in your meal, as they prolong digestion, helping you to feel satisfied longer. Add a little protein to make you full, and of course…

Camel up Now’s the time to drink, drink, drink! Keep filling up those cups and fill up your reservoirs to help you through the fast. Drink only water, or make your own electrolyte drink to keep up you super-saturated. Just throw the following ingredients into the blender until the honey is well-incorporated and then drink up! -1/4 cup of freshly squeezed lime juice -1/4 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice -2 cups fresh water -1/8 teaspoon of sea salt -2 tablespoons honey

FAST DURING THE Even while the fast is in full swing, there are steps you can take to keep you going.

Mind over matter

This one may seem obvious, but when your energy begins to fade, it might be hard to think of anything else. Try to keep your focus on the spirituality of the day if possible, and if not, stock up

on inspiring reading material that is fit for Yom Kippur to distract yourself. Caring for children is also a great way to keep your mind busy. Don’t just care for them by rote; live in the moment and use the time to really focus on them and their needs. They’ll feel great, and you’ll feel better as well!

Take a whiff Many people prepare besamim before a fast to revive their spirits when weak and to help them reach 100 brachos. Cloves stuck into a lemon is a great pick-me-up to be used throughout the fast.

Take a nap Schedule a nap into your day. Not only will it break up the day, but you’ll also wake up feeling less hungry due to chemical changes in the body.

Break the fast correctly Don’t run for the cake, tempting as it may be. Go for the water, juice, and electrolyte drink if you still have any left. After hydrating, ease into the fruits, and then slowly into the heavier foods, like carbs and proteins. Your body will thank you!

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Suppose that the Rosenfeld family did not attend the chasunah of their cousin, and suppose that the cousin was angry at them for the apparent snub. There are two types of forgiveness that the Rosenfelds can attain: forgiveness as individuals, and forgiveness as a family. One way they can be forgiven is if Mr. Rosenfeld delivers a generous gift to the cousin along with a heartfelt apology on behalf of the family. It is safe to assume that the cousin will not harbor resentment against any individual member of the family after that. Another way to make amends is for each member of the Rosenfeld family to apologize and be forgiven, one by one. If all of them would do this, the family as a whole would be forgiven. If only one of the Rosenfelds would apologize, the cousin might forgive that individual, but not the family. There are two types of kapparah that can be attained on Yom Kippur: kapparas yachid (the atonement of an individual), and kapparas tzibbur (the atonement of Klal Yisroel as a whole). Klal Yisroel is “k’ish echad b’lev echad” — like one person with one heart (Rashi on Shemos 19:2). Klal Yisroel is an entity unto itself. Klal Yisroel received the Torah as one entity, and Klal Yisroel requires kapparah as one entity, separate from the kapparah of each individual. When the Bais Hamikdash was standing, the avodah of the Kohen Gadol achieved kapparas tzibbur. The Rambam says

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that when the Kohen Gadol sent the sair hamishtaleach over the cliff, he was bringing a korban tzibbur. The avodah of the sair hamishtaleach brought atonement for Klal Yisroel as a whole as well as for every individual Jew for all his sins except those that incur kares — even if the sin was intentional, and even if that Jew failed to do teshuvah. (Rambam, Teshuvah 1:2) The limitation for this powerful, sweeping kapparah was that the sin not be one that cuts the individual off from Klal Yisroel — kares. As long as the Jew maintained his connection to Klal Yisroel, his individual sins were forgiven through the collective kapparah. If the individual chose to do a sin that incurred the penalty of kares, then he cut himself off from Klal Yisroel and was no longer included in the kapparas tzibbur. In order to attain kapparah for himself, he would need to do teshuvah on his own. We do not have a Bais Hamikdash today. We do not have a Kohen Gadol. We do not have a sair hamishtaleach. In order to achieve kapparah as individuals, we must do teshuvah as individuals. Each and every person must take full and complete responsibility for his or her own actions and do teshuvah accordingly. Yes, it is far more difficult to achieve kapparas yachid without the Bais Hamikdash — but it is still possible. But what about Klal Yisroel? How can we attain kapparas tzibbur without a Bais Hamikdash, without a Kohen Gadol,

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EREV YOM KIPPUR • It is a mitzvah to eat on Erev Yom Kippur. • It is an accepted minhag to eat two Yom-Tov’diga seudos on Erev Yom Kippur. • Fish should be eaten at the first seudah. • At the Seudas Hamafsekes, it is preferable not to eat thirstinducing foods. • If one ate the Seudah Hamafsekes, and still wishes to eat or drink more after the seudah, one should have this in mind before benching. • One should stop eating before shkiah. • One should daven Mincha of Erev Yom Kippur with Viduy before the Seudos Hamafsekes. • One should tzind licht as on Shabbos and say the bracha of “Lehadlik ner shel Yom Hakippurim.” Women who make a Shehechiyanu when benching licht should not repeat it at Maariv in shul. • Tables should be covered as on Shabbos with white tablecloths.

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In addition to all forms of work that are forbidden on Shabbos, there are additional prohibitions, listed below.

EATING AND DRINKING • It is forbidden to eat or drink even the smallest amount. • Chazal rule that children who are not bar or bas mitzvah, should not fast for a full day. • Healthy children from the age of nine should preferably fast at night and a couple of hours at the beginning of the day. Below this age, children should eat as usual. • Since children are exempt from fasting, there is no restriction to the quantity of food that they may eat. They may eat Yom Tov meals. The following circumstances may obligate a person to eat on Yom Kippur In any of these situations a competent Rav and a doctor must be consulted: • If a person is ill and the doctor is of the opinion that fasting poses even the slightest

danger to life, then the person should both eat and drink. A person with an existing condition (of a nature that is known that one should not fast in such a condition) may not fast. In such situations, it is necessary to consult a doctor. A person who has an existing condition where dehydration could pose a danger to life, should not fast. (This applies to many elderly people with existing medical conditions.) Healthy women in extenuating circumstances are mechuyav to fast (unless advised otherwise by their Rav). If a doctor is of the opinion that fasting may be detrimental, chas vesholom, and the doctor gives a valid reason why it is dangerous for “this particular” woman to fast, she may eat or drink less than the shiur. A doctor and a Rav must be consulted under such circumstances. Women in special situations who have other medical conditions, for example, diabetes, thyroid problems, severe headaches, or any other



symptoms of dehydration etc., may not fast. A woman is forbidden to fast for the first 72 hours after birth. If a woman feels that she does not need to eat, she should eat less than the shiur (specified below). If, during the fast, she feels that she needs to eat normally, she may do so. Between three and seven full days following birth, the halacha is slightly stricter. In any situation where eating is permitted, she may eat only small quantities, less than the shiur, unless there are complications. If she has a need to eat, she may do so even if her doctor says the opposite. After seven full days, she is mechuyav to fast like everyone else, unless complications arise. A woman whose newborn relies on her sustenance is mechuyav to fast. Baruch Hashem, in today’s days, baby formula, which can be used as a substitute for a short period, is available. It is advisable to accustom the baby to formula a few days beforehand to avoid complications arising on Yom Kippur. In extremely unusual circumstances when a sensitive baby cannot tolerate anything else, it may be possible to allow the mother to drink small quantities. Such serious matters should be determined only after consulting with a Rav.

In all the above conditions, if a person needs to eat, one should start with the following shiur of food and drink: • The maximum quantity of food that may be eaten at one session is 30ml (one fluid ounce). This measurement is a volume and not a weight,

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• •

and is the same for all types of food. A person who knows (or suspects) that he will need to eat, is advised to prepare in advance accurately measured quantities of food. The liquid quantity is a cheekfull. For an average person, this is approximately 35ml (just over one fluid ounce) and for a smaller person this could be 30ml. The food and drink should be plain, since in this situation, the amount of pleasure must be minimized. One who must eat should eat only as often as is necessary. Furthermore, one must wait nine minutes after one has finished eating, before eating again. If a doctor advises that this interval is too long, or the person eating feels it is too long, the interval may be may be reduced to five minutes. In some situations it may even be permitted to reduce the interval to two minutes. One is not mechuyav to eat and drink separately. Therefore, it is muttar to eat food of the allowed shiur, and also to drink liquid of the allowed shiur at the same time. If a doctor advises full eating and drinking, one must comply. Refusal to eat and drink in all the above situations is issur d’Oreisa.

MEDICATIONS • A person who needs meds may swallow bitter medicines in tablet or capsule form, but not if they are pleasant tasting or tasteless. • If one cannot swallow the capsule or tablet without any liquid, and it is vital to take the medication, one should take it together with a bitter tasting liquid.

• One who takes daily medications for existing conditions (blood pressure, thyroid, etc.) should not, chas v’shalom, omit taking it on Yom Kippur.

WASHING • It is forbidden to wash oneself or any part of one’s body. • It is permitted to wash one’s hand until the knuckles under the following circumstances: • After using the bathroom • After touching a body part that is generally covered • After scratching one’s scalp • After touching one’s shoes • Negel vasser should be only until the knuckles.

ADDITIONAL PROHIBITIONS • One may not use perfume, makeup, or any other forms of creams. • Wearing leather or leathercovered shoes is assur. • It is a minhag not to wear gold jewelry.

TESHUVA • It’s a chiyuv to do teshuva and to say Viduy. The main part of Viduy is to say .‫אבל אנחנו ואבותינו‬ ‫חטאנו‬ • There is a mitzvah to ask mechila. • Sins against people require mechila from the offended party in addition to forgiveness from Hashem. •

MOTZEI YOM KIPPUR • After Yom Kippur, one makes Havdala on a fire that was on all Yom Kippur. • It is a minhag to eat a YomTov’diga seudah after Yom Kippur.


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the train came barreling through the station at 8:45 AM. Structural damage to the historic station has been hampering investigations and work began one day after the crash to shore up the collapsed roof which fell onto the train. Asbestos in the building is another concern that slowed early recovery efforts. “We’re unable to access any of the three cars because the canopy [of the building] is lying on top,” said Bella Dinnh-Zarr, vice chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board. Both the Federal Railroad Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating. (The Journal News)

IRS Warns of Fake Email Scam After having received numerous reports of fraudulent emails containing bogus tax bills, the Internal Revenue Service is warning the public to be on the alert. The emails contain a notice label CP2000 for the 2015 tax year and instruct recipients to mail a check to the Austin Processing Center with a post office box address. Genuine CP2000 notices from the IRS would arrive only via regular postal mail and never through email.

Other tips that the email is a scam include references to the Affordable Care Act which request information about 2014 coverage and letter number 105C listed on the payment voucher. Anyone receiving emails of this nature should forward them to phishing@irs.gov and then delete them without opening any attachments or clicking on any links. (Rockland Daily Voice)

Rockland-Born Fire Chief Dies in Bronx Building Explosion More than 10,000 firefighters flew to the Hudson Valley to honor FDNY Deputy Fire Chief Michael Fahy who died in a house explosion in the Bronx on September 27th. Fahy, who grew up in North Rockland, was directing operations at the site of a suspected gas leak when the building exploded. The 44-year-

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Stone By Chany Rosengarten Recap: Despite her hosts’ protests and her own fatigue, Malka’la goes out collecting in the snow. But her rehearsed speech isn’t even listened to, as people just throw her a bill and close the door. Two houses were well lit, but soundless. A closed door on a lifeless house guards it differently than a house in which people reside. Malka’la could feel it, after walking up the stairs, knocking, waiting, listening soundlessly for movement, giving up, retreating. She shrugged. She now had $7. Walking down the stairs, her insides shivering, her skin on fire, the brunt of desperation hit her. Seven dollars? When she needed, had dreamed of, had hoped for, at least $10,000? She was so, so tired. A half hour had long come and gone. Trudging in the snow, from one wide lawn to the other, was taking so much time. She felt weak, as if the screaming winds could whip her up and fling her from one end of the world to another. If only it could. Deliver her home, back home, where she should have warned herself not to come here, but she hadn’t, because she couldn’t, because it was too important for her to survive. She should go back to her lodg-

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ing. But she had to continue. Just one more house. No one answered. At the next house, she heard voices. And still, no one came to the door. Even as she knocked loudly, letting her frozen fingers fall and crash on the cold door, they did not stop what they were doing. The next house earned her a dollar. She now had eight. I can’t do this anymore. She had to go back to the Kahns’. If only to warm up those feet that now felt like two ice pillars, which took all of her coordination just to pick up and move in front of her body, in the high drifts of snow. Snow. They said it was magic, they said it was like manna, real stuff falling from the sky. A white carpet, a sprinkling of sparkles, of shapes, of a material in which you can play, revel, build, and which then melts away. “Whoever has not seen snow, has not seen transformation in their life,” they said. They neglected to talk about how evil, how bitterly cold, how stub-

born and thick and dangerous it was. Near the Kahn home, she fell and stumbled, snow clinging her, melting on her sweater and inside the weave. They had warned her about being buried. She fumbled her way up the side stairs, even as the enemy, the snow, kept clinging to her. Pulling her down, stalling her with its temperature. She had a hard time turning the knob on the door, fumbling with her frozen fingers. She tried turning it with her palm, but it wouldn’t go. “Open. Just open already,” she cried and the tears that spilled involuntarily froze on her cheeks. You were so brave. You were so good. You were so strong… but how could she tell herself these words when she made $8, not even enough to buy a bag of laundry soap. You did the right thing. But she hadn’t. The Kahns had warned her. That it was dangerous. That she might fall. That it was too cold. It might have been


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the wrong thing. I did right by my children. But she wasn’t sure of that, either. Because she was feeling so weakened, and what was a mother who sacrificed herself, if no mothering was left inside her? Eight dollars is 30 shekels. It’s not so bad. But it was bad. Because, how many hours would she have to work for this? I don’t want to defend myself anymore, she thought. Least of all to myself. I did the best I could. The door was still closed, and she was standing in the cold, almost too frozen to even feel the passage of time. Open up already. She finally took all of her strength to force her cold fingers on the freezing doorknob, to bend them despite their stiffness, to turn that knob if her hands had to stay stuck to it. It was locked. She didn’t remember locking it. She stumbled back down and around to the main entrance. She

in the towel, the sink gushing water on her, her eyes looking out far, far ahead, to where the water, and the icy burn, and her children, and the Goldrebs, and her apartment, and her younger self with Nachman were all becoming one. “All I wanted was to provide for them.” Gella said nothing. She looked on with compassionate eyes. On

A mother. Each child deserved one. knocked. “You went out in a sweater?!” Gella admonished her as soon as she came to the door. “Where is your coat? Your boots? Your scarf, something for your head? This is dangerous. I cannot have you endangered here. You could have killed yourself.” Gella was exasperated with fright. “I’m very cold. I have to go warm myself,” Malka’la tried to pass by her, to get to comfort. “You are frozen. Sit here, next to the steam. You have to dip your hands in cold water. You nearly lost a limb out there.” Gella had her stand at the sink, her feet on a fluffy towel, the cold water running incessantly over her frozen fingers. It burned, the more they thawed, and the water shot arrows of fire up her arms. She stood there at the sink, burying her feet deeper

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one side of her heart was an impatience, a clear realization that when she said yes to her cousin, she had gotten herself involved deeply and impossibly with a “case” she couldn’t handle, because it might pull her in more and more. Malka’la might require more than lodging and food — assistance, introductions, clothing, everything. And yet the connection she felt to this strong and frail woman. Here was a mother. A mother who willed herself into a snowstorm — in a sweater! — for her children. A mother who fought, who put her own dignity and her own comfort on the line. Gella remembered when she was first introduced to a mother’s love, and it wasn’t even to her own children. Her mother, a Holocaust survivor, suffered often from attacks of all sorts, gall

bladder, rage — it became necessary for someone to care for the young ones, and Gella, a girl of eight, would take their hands, walk them to school, take down her own savings can, and go buy them kipperlach, to eat for recess snack. A mother. Each child deserved one. “Malka’la, we’ll figure this out together. You will not go home empty-handed. But rushing into headlong confrontations with the problem doesn’t bring results. As you can see.” “Yes, $8.” Malka’la brought herself back to the present, to the burn in her arms and fingers, and saw how her skin was red and peeling, shedding itself in an effort to flee the scene, even as she moistened it with a continuous flow of water. “I’m not in a privileged position. I don’t have the luxury to wait.” “None of us do, when it comes to our children,” Gella said. As pitiful as this woman was, she was also, first and foremost, a woman. A mother. A person with disappointments and hopes. “But we have to think of something. A woman collecting door to door? I think we’ll need to come up with something else.” 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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4- or 5-pound second-cut brisket 4 tablespoons oil, divided 2 large onions, sliced into rings 2 pounds fresh mushrooms, sliced 1 ¾ cup boiling water 2 teaspoons consommé mix 2 teaspoons coffee ¼ cup ketchup 2 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon flour ½ teaspoon thyme

COFFEE AND MUSHROOM GLAZED BRISKET

1. Preheat oven to 350°. Heat two tablespoons oil over medium heat. Add sliced onions and sauté for about 6 minutes. Add sliced mushrooms and sauté an additional 10 minutes. When done, remove onions and mushrooms from pot. 2. In the same pot, add 2 tablespoons oil. When oil is heated, sear brisket until browned, about seven minutes on each side. 3. In a 9x13” pan, place half of the onion-mushroom mixture. Place brisket on top of onions and mushrooms. Pour the rest of the onion-mushroom mixture over brisket. Pair with: an elegant French wine, preferably from the Bordeaux region. Les Roches de Yon Figeac

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4. In a small bowl, combine boiling water with consommé and coffee. When dissolved, add ketchup, soy sauce, flour, and thyme. Mix well and pour over brisket. 5. Bake for 2 ½ hours, covered, turning once in the middle. Wait until brisket is completely cool before slicing.

SEASONED CHEF: This brisket can be made way in advance and frozen. Before freezing, however, pour the sauce into a container and freeze the brisket separately in parchment paper that is then wrapped in silver foil. This way you can slice the roast easily when defrosted and then reheat together with the sauce.

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FLANKEN WITH CHINESE-INSPIRED SAUCE Pair with: a juicy and fruity wine from Israel. Tulip Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

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This flanken is extremely easy to prepare, and yet, has a delicious, gourmet taste.

2 packs flanken Salt and pepper ½ cup soy sauce 3 frozen garlic cubes ¼ cup ketchup ¼ cup honey

1. Preheat oven to 350°. Place the flanken into a 9x13” pan lined with parchment paper. Season flanken with salt and pepper. Bake, covered, for 2 hours. 2. Combine soy sauce, garlic cubes, ketchup, and honey. Pour over flanken and bake, uncovered, for 30 minutes.

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I love making this with a pickled dark turkey roll. I do know some people who dislike dark turkey, so if you fall under that category, you can use pickled light turkey instead; just decrease the cooking time by about 15 minutes. The best part about this recipe is that it is delicious at room temperature and also from the fridge. You don’t necessarily have to warm it up.

1 pickled dark turkey roll 2/3 cup brown sugar 4 frozen garlic cubes ½ cup soy sauce 2 teaspoons dry mustard powder ¾ cup water

Pair with: a light a fruity wine. Hagafen Pinot Noir from Napa Valley, California

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1. In a large pot, combine all ingredients except for the turkey roll. When the sugar and garlic are completely dissolved and the ingredients are just starting to boil, place the turkey roll into the pot and partially cover. Cook for exactly 1 ½ hours, turning the roll every half hour. The sauce should be slightly boiling the entire time. Wait until the roll is completely cold, and then remove the net and slice into thick slices. Serve with sauce over turkey.


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This method uses straps in place of beams, and a pulley system to enable easy and neat rolling of the shlock. The are two options to choose from when doing certain steps; the easier way, and the more sturdy way. SUPPLIES

10-foot long 2x3” (or 2x4”)

Gun stapler and staples

10x12’ tarp

10-foot long pipe with a 3 or 4-inch diameter

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2 8-foot 2x4”s

2 pulleys and hooks for the pulleys

2 30-foot ropes (should fit through pulley and eye bolts)

4 12-foot long straps

Optional Supplies: (For those who want to make a sturdier shlock) 2 10-foot 1x2”s or 3 8-foot 10-foot metal floor trim

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ASSEMBLING THE TARP

1.

ATTACHING THE SHLOCK TO THE SUKKAH

Gather the 10-foot-long 2x3”, the tarp, and the pipe.

2. Spread the tarp on the floor, and on the ten-foot side, staple the 2x3” at one end of the tarp.

10’

2X3”

TARP

• To make this sturdier, you can make a “sandwich” by placing the 2x3 on the ground (3-inch side on the ground), meeting the 10-foot edge of the tarp to cover the 2x3, and end together with it, and then placing a 10-foot 1x2 on the top (2-inch side on the tarp), and using screws, drilling through this “sandwich” of wood, tarp, wood.

6. On these upright 2x4s, 2 ½ feet above the roof (and one foot from the top of the 2x4s), attach the 2x3 that is attached to the tarp (assembled in #2) with screws and nuts. (Make sure to do this to the inside of the Sukkah.) The 2-inch side should be attached to the 2x4s. 7. At the top of the upright 2x4s, at the very end, insert a hook and hang a pulley on the hook. You can then use a plier to close the hook, so that the pulley should stay there permanently.

TARP 1X2”

2X3”

12’

5. Take two 8-foot 2x4s and attach it to the wall of the sukkah vertically, about 3 ½ feet from the ground. These 2x4s should be attached where the second panel starts on either side of this specific wall (which means 2 feet in from the edge). These 2x4s will extend 3 ½ feet above the roof of the sukkah.

3. Now move to across the tarp to the other 10-foot edge of the tarp.

• To make it even sturdier, you can lay the pipe on the floor, and put a 1x2 through it (as the plastic of the pipe melts from the hot screw), lay the edge of the tarp on top of it and the metal floor trim on top of the tarp and screw through these four things.

8. Now, move to the wall across the one with the vertical 2x4s, and place a 10-foot 2x3 vertically that it should extend a half inch above the sukkah so that the tarp shouldn’t tear from the rough edges of the panels.

TARP WASHER SCREW

PIPE

4. Lay the pipe on the floor and place the second 10-foot edge over it. Using a washer on top of the holes in the tarp, screw the tarp to the pole.

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SHORT ON TIME? Put up this canopy shlock in under an hour. Easy, simple, and requires no handyman skills. This shlock also works for the Leiter’s Sukkahs. Supplies: • Canopy (10’x10’ for an 8’x8’ sukkah) • 4 8-foot 2x4s • 3 2x4”s that are just a bit longer than the width of your sukkah • Shrink wrap • 4 wheels • 4 8-foot ropes • 2 hooks

SUPPORTIVE STRAPS

9. On the same wall as #8, on the outside, screw eye bolts in the vertical center, at the edge of each panel every two feet. (You can add a fifth one in the center for added support.) Then, screw eye bolts aligned with the below at the bottom of the the 2x3 that was attached to the Sukkah in #6.

1. According to the height of your canopy, cut the four 8-foot 2x4s so that when it is placed under the legs of the canopy, the canopy will be the same height as the sukkah. (In the shlock pictured, the 2x4 was cut to 2 feet.) 2. Attach a wheel to each of the 2x4s. 3. Using the remainder of each of these 2x4s, (in the image, that would be 6 feet) position the 2-foot 2x4 under the pole of the canopy, and line up the 6-foot 2x4 at the bottom, running ¾ up to the top of the pole. 4. Wrap shrink wrap around the two 2x4s and the pole tightly. 5. Repeat for each pole. 6. Using the three 2x4s, attach them to three sides of the canopy, midway, to create a frame for the canopy. (This will keep the the shlock sturdy, and also give you something to hold onto while you wheel the shlock.) 7. Attach hooks to the center of the exterior of the front and back walls of the sukkah. 8. Tie an 8-foot rope on the top of each poll. These ropes can be twirled around the hooks to keep the canopy in place over or near the sukkah.

10. Hook a strap onto each eye bolt on the 2x3 and pull it over the roof of the Sukkah, over the opposite wall and down until the eye bolts on it, where it should be tightened and then fastened to the second set of eye bolts. Tighten it well, but not too strongly, as you don’t want to break the Sukkah. Make sure that the beams that hold the schach are running in the same direction as the straps, because otherwise the tightened straps can cause the sukkah to collapse.

ROPES AND PULLEYS

11. At the two middle eye bolts on the 2x3, which are aligned with the pulleys, attach a rope on each and knot them well. Bring the ropes down under the tarp, and then around the bottom (pipe) of the shlock and then up again over the tarp until the pulleys. Put them PULLEY through EYE BOLT the pulleys and let them hang down until the floor. The author can be reached at 845-243-0560

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LONG LIVE YOUR ROLL-UP ROOF • When rolled down, keep the ropes tied down as instructed and make sure the ropes are drumtight. • Keep the awning rolled up throughout the winter, but whenever the weather is warm (above 60 and sunshine) roll it down, leaving it for as little as five minutes, to make sure that any nesting animals will roll off to prevent damage to the fabric.

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Leaving the awning rolled down in the winter, without a winterized frame, may damage your awning. Accumulated snow, aside from being very dangerous, will also damage the frame.

• Periodic cleaning of awning fabric is necessary.

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An excellent destination for kids, Maritime Aquarium is large enough to offer variety, yet small enough for you to cover the entire place. Younger and older children alike love the exhibitions, and there are just so many fish to look at, big and small. The favorite spots are the jellyfish and sting ray touch tanks. Another highlight is the daily seal show. An inflatable whale gives children a visual idea of how big the creature really is, and they can play Yonah and actually go into the whale. Maritime Aquarium also runs study cruises on the Long Island Sound where you can study marine life, sight lighthouses, or spot seals and birds, depending on which tour you sign up for.


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The oldest continually operating aquarium in the US, the New York Aquarium is also the most popular one in our part of the US. The aquarium boasts over 350 species of aquatic wildlife, including walruses, sea otters, sea lions, sharks, black-footed penguins, and numerous colorful fish. The most fascinating spot in the aquarium is at the Sea Cliffs where the sea lions (and sea lion shows), walruses, and penguins are. Much of the aquarium was ruined during Hurricane Sandy and some of the exhibits and part of the building are under construction, so there’s less to do now until they upgrade.

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Good things come in small packages, they say. Jenkinson’s is small, but visitors enjoy their variety of animals, cleanliness, and welcoming staff, and every space is filled up with something exciting to see. They have penguins, sharks, seals, an octopus, and a touch tank where children can pat some of the sea life. The experience takes about an hour.

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E R U T ADVEN AQUARIUM Adventure Aquarium features unusual animals which the children find fascinating, including stingrays, hippos, starfish, and fish from all over the world. There’s a dark shark tunnel, which makes visitors feel as if they are in the ocean, and an all new Shark Bridge, a v-shaped roped suspension bridge (the longest of its kind in the world) on which visitors can walk just inches above the sharks. There is Penguin Island, as well as a beach for little blue penguins, and loads of exhibits where visitors can come nose to nose with beautiful and interesting creatures. There’s also a touch pool, where a variety of slimy ocean occupants can be touched.

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Be taken on a magical journey with Long Island Aquarium’s fascinating exhibits of the Coral Reef, eels, flounder fish, the Amazon rainforest, alligators, and large array of sea life. And then visit their outdoor exhibits, which include a penguin pavilion, coliseum with sea lions, a bay with rays and sharks that can be touched, Japanese fish, and otters. They also have butterfly and bird exhibits to round out the hours of fun.

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DO ACCOUNTANTS HAVE PERSONALITY? PCS speaks to the alumnae of the PCS/ FDU M.S. in Accounting Program to learn more about the field.

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losses. I enjoy what I do. I get to see how investments play a large role in our global economy and how the investments play out over time. Q: Tell us about the current job market. How did PCS help you find your first job? Tzvi Zicherman: The current market is very strong both nationally and locally in Lakewood. A recent US News report projects 11% job growth in accounting over the next 10 years. In Lakewood we are also seeing an increased demand for qualified accountants, controllers and CFO’s as the local businesses continue to grow. Jonathan Gesserman: Right now, the job market in accounting is very employee friendly because there is a real need for good accountants. PCS helped me academically by providing me with a strong foundation in accounting. They also enabled me to tap into a very strong network of accountants. Q: For whom would you recommend the field of accounting? Do accountants have personality?

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For Sale STERNS SET

GWEN LANE

2 pairs beige suede step-in size 23 girl\boy $15 362-2422

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

BAIS TRANY

Gorgeous Italian for sale. Perfect condition $3,000. Includes headboards, night table, armoire, dresser and mirror. 3474860344.

Brand new uniform jumper size 7 for $35. Orig. Price $42. Call 845426-2823

SOFA

TWO DRILL COMBOKIT

to sell for 500 dollars plz call 845 352 2784

Milwaukee 1/4” Brushless Hex Impact Driver, 1/2” (13 mm) Brushless Hammer Drill/Driver, w/ many accessories. (786) 734 - 5780

44” BEDS includes 2 44” mattress / box springs / frames / headboards, brand new condition. asking $500 call 845-262-0072

FURNISHED Beautiful 3 room furnished apartment for rent on Jill Lane. Please call 845-826-4928.

4 ROOM

new in box. Call 845-356-1932

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

SHOWCASE

SUCCAH

with mirror and light almost new (70x20 inches height 38 inches) to sell call 845-352-5638

5 ROOM

SERVICES

CANON PRINTER

3 BDRM. APT. Small 3 bedroom apt in Oak Glen $1950 including utilities call or txt 9174183174

8 4x8 panels, framed/ 12 to 16 2x8 panels, framed/ additional lumber/ $150 or best offer. 914318-4884

apartment for rent on Adar ct. 347-461-4814

BEDSPREADS

For rent in the Blauvelt area next to Viznitz. Available in November. Please call 659-6219

GEMACHIM

JOBS

LOAFER

6’x6’ including schach, new condition/used once. $1,100, 845425-0047

SILVER 2 candle sticks and wall Menorah for sale. 845-263-2436

Brand new magnificent custom bedspreads by Ben barber and accessories 3474862881

LEGO SUKKAH

black Shabbos shoes size 29. New in box, worn once. Any reasonable offer. Call 347-3427089

MISC.

wash machine call 845-422-5733

LOST & FOUND

Brand new beautiful boys 10 izod slim navy suit blazer for $15. Goes to most navy pants to make it into beautiful suit 9292513777

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BLAZER

TUXEDO 5 pc off-white toddler tuxedo size 2, call 362-2422

For Rent

USED SUKKAH

23 CALVERT DR.

14 used 2X8 Leiter’s Sukkah (Modular) panels for sale, Including 1 (sliding) door and 1 window panel. please call/Txt 347-383-9043.

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

CANON ELPH 170 Camera, brand new, in box for $100.orig. $140. Pls call bet. 8-10 pm @ 845-426-4660

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

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MIAMI BEACH Carriage Club North Beautiful 2 Bedrooms, 2 baths, pool, Ground Floor, Backyard, Available for Succos & winter. Call: 845-2743175

2 BEDROOM

RENTAL Big, Two bedroom apartment on Ashel Lane to rent for succos. Please call845-325-4850

AIRMONT 3 Bdrms apt for rent, newly renovated with a beautiful decor, gorgeous kitchen with quartz counter tops, 2 new bath, large deck. On thomsen Dr. leave message 845-352-7118

2 BEDROOM apartment , Recently built, for rent. Spacious rooms. Full closets. 1.5 flights up. Located on North Cole. Available November. Please call: 845-200-4459

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

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


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2 BEDROOM

SISTER OF BRIDE

F/T MECHANIC JOB

Apartment available for Rosh Hashona and Simchas Torah (with sukkah) on Neil Rd. Please call 845-499-9568

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

Company located 25 minutes from Monsey is looking to hire an experienced Mechanic to troubleshoot and maintain Electrical Controls and mechanical systems on machinery. Please call (845) 5341015 x 25.

SUCCOS RENTAL A four bedroom flat available in Bates for rent over Succos. For more information please call/text 8628232862

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

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

GOWN 2-pc all yr round gown Size 4 call/ text:201-757-7391

WEDDING DRESSES

LOOKING TO HIRE

For the mother of the bride 347585-4441

Company located 25 minutes from Monsey is looking for a qualified individual who is detailoriented and able to complete tasks efficiently to join our managing team in production/ warehouse dept. Please call (845) 534-1015 x 25.

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

Jobs

WEST ST.

SECRETARY WANTED

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

For girls high school office. Must be computer literate with good telephone skills and be able to Multi task. Graphics a plus. Full time. Fax resume to: 845.426.6411

RITA AVE. Office for rent. Pls call 845-5386071.

Wedding Gowns and Dresses MACHATENESTE GOWN One of a kind “Fine & Co” brand new size 6 off white magnificent lace gown. Serious inquiries only, for the connoisseur. call 8455964917

SISTER OF THE BRIDE Navy blue dress size 12/14 for rent @ great price. Also a size 18 greyish/blue. call 845.300.0636

‫ארבעט געלעגנהייט‬ ‫המספיק אין מאנסי זוכט א פרוי פאר‬ ‫א פול טיים פאזיציע אין די יומען‬ Fax Resume to: .‫ריסארס דיווישאן‬ 845-503-1876 or email: joboffer@ hamaspikrockland.org

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.

GOWN

PURCHASING ASSISTANT

a magnificent custom made C.R. Kohl gown, tulle & cut velvet size 2-4. for more info call: 347-6830557

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.

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

F/T OFFICE POSITION Company located 25 minutes from Monsey is looking to hire a highly qualified male for office work. Must be detail-oriented and able to complete tasks efficiently. Please call (845) 5341015 x 25.

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

GRAPHICS ARTIST Candidate must be experienced in creating high-quality cameraready art, GIF ads, and possess the ability to maintain our website. Dedication to the job and ability to meet deadlines a must. P/T position. Send resume to: resume.advanced.career@gmail. com

HELP WANTED Established Payroll company in Monsey seeking to fill entry level full time position. 9am-5pm a must. Please send resume to info@megapayusa.com or fax to 845-504-2713.

GRAPHIC/MULTIMEDIA Specializing in logo, corporate identity and marketing. Email artinconceptmedia@gmail.com

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THE IN-HOUSE BOOKKEEPER

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

LOOKING FOR BABYSITTER

Full-time position. Responsibilities will include data entry, preparation of daily and cyclic financial reports, vendor payment/negotiation, Accounts Payable, and overseeing ad placement. Basic knowledge of computers and Quickbooks a must; additional training will be provided. Send resume to: resume.advanced.career@gmail. com

Looking for someone to run the local operations. Individual applying must have the following skills: A thorough understanding of financials and financial reporting. The ability to run a portfolio of multiple client’s needs and have very good people skills. The ability to run a large staff (approx 10 people near term). Excellent pay for right individual. Performance based compensation‎with unlimited upside potential. Email Resume To: monseyfinancialgroup@gmail. com

women/ girl in my home (Bates) to babysit Mon- Thurs 3:15-4:15. Great Pay. 845-504-0999

JOB OPPORTUNITY

LOST & FOUND

MISC.

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

Do you enjoy working with numbers? Have advanced experience in Excel? This job may be for you- lots of potential for the right candidate. Email: hr10977@gmail.com

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F/T ADMIN ASSISTANT Our company is seeking an Administrative Assistant to handle duties for upper management. We are looking for an individual who is efficient and comfortable being a member of a team. The ability to multitask while maintaining schedules is essential in this role. The ideal candidate for this job is resourceful, a good problem solver and organized. Basic computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office are key to success in this position. Interested candidates should email their resume to iqmpayment@gmail.com

SECRETARY Looking for a Part Time Secretary, must have computer knowledge in quickbooks, Excell, emailing etc. Grt pay for the right person. Hrs : Sundays 11:30-6 Mon,Tues,Wed 2-6 Thursdays 11:30-6 . please call 917-685-8925 call between hrs 9 to 5.

OUTSIDE SALES A fast-growing Building Supply company is offering a full-time outside salesmen position with a base salary plus commission. We are seeking an individual who is highly motivated to succeed. Your position would involve bringing in new business and developing relationships. Must speak clearly yiddish and english, be experienced, enthusiastic, ambitious, and articulate.*Strong sales skills and prior experience is required. Please send Resumes To mendy@godirectbuilding.com

CDL TRUCK DRIVER Direct building products is looking to hire a CDL class B driver to deliver building supply. This position is a great opportunity for the right guy ....great potential and room to grow in the company.. will trane if necessary.. lots of overtime. Please send email To mendy@ godirectbuilding.com or call 845425-0211 ext 103

SEEKING preschool teacher email 9143746@gmail.com

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

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

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

REFLEXOLOGY Releases stress & tension, relaxes, helps with pain management and insomnia. House calls at no extra charge. Tamar Spiro (845) 352-6496

WRAP WITH STYLE

in my home 3x a week from 2:45 until 5:15 PLEASE CALL 845-3522111

Expressive Creations Professional same day Yiddish and English poems at cheapest rates. Call and hear about our Yom Tov special. 845-263-0611

TUTORING

LOOKING

WRAPPING

for Success: Math, Physics, SAT/ ACT/Regents Prep, All Levels, call: 845-445-8003, email: Monsey.Math@gmail.com

for a babysitter in my home, (Maple Ave) for after Succos. Monday - Thursday from 3-5 PM. Please call (845)-883-8638

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

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REPHUAH Before the Makka, Snap out of the old pattern, Become the amazing person you really are! Call Genendy @ 845-263-5271

REFLEXOLOGY Regain your strength and serenity. Book your reflexology/ massage session today. Certified. Experienced. References gladly given. 347-460-1512

MARKS & SPENCER baby undershirts (short sleeves) Pls call 845 356 1491

PROSUKKAH BUILDERS Have your sukkah assembled By the sukkah pros many yrs. experience call Aron @ 7322671458 yakkov @7326664736

ALTERATIONS Why continue to overpay? For your entire family’s needs 30+ years experience. Convenient hours and location. Please call 425-1305.

CUSTOM HAIR BANDS

TIRES FOR SALE

ELECTRICIAN

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

Prompt & reliable same day service. 845 371 4959

SUKKAH UP!

HEADS UP

Sukkah Down! Reasonable rates. Call Simcha at 845 521 4218.

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

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

and bows! Chose from our beautiful selection or bring your own materiel. Buy more, save more! We also do alterations. Adar Ct. area 845-596-2466

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

ALTRATIONS

PHOTOGRAPHY

Just in time for Yom Tov! for all your mending need please call 845-596-2466

We can capture the precious, fleeting moments at your wedding, bar mitzvah, bris, or vort. Visit www. britelitephotography.com or call 845-459-3443

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

SHAKLEE

SHEIMOS

CHOL HAMOED TRIP Mosaic Art for families for a creative fun experience. Call for reservation @ 201 8001820.

CONSTRUCTION

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

any construction basement or anything call 845 645-8118

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SECOND HAND TOYS

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

but, hey they’re great price and great shape call the upcycle toy shop 8455589286.

ESROG CENTER of Wesley Hills Kosher Esrogim pre checked $36.00 - $75.00 call, text or email. Nosson Neuberger @ 410 501 0306 or @ Rabbineuberger@gmail.com

SHATNEZ TESTING of Wesley Hills.Local and at your convenience 6 Tammy road. For an appointment call Nosson Neuberger @ 4105010306

HANDYMAN Specializing in the small jobs no one else wants to do. 35 + years experience. Call Moish 845-4254606

CHOCOLATE covered peanut chew guitar. You can now order 845-352-9022

JEWLERY Get ready for Yom Tov. Magnificent line of Sterling and fashion Jewelry. N Cole ave. Open every day 347-379-0793

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THE MATERNITY TOPS

THROAT CULTURES

SHEIMOS

New Beautiful shabbos and chasunah maternity or lg sz tops at closeout for just $29. few left!3711765

Call 641-1627 or 845-356-3851

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

RELIEF! YES!

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

there’s relief for first trimester sickness, call 263-0313 to learn how.

JOBS

SUKKOS SALE Just in time for Yom Tov! Beautiful wool cape/shawl with real fur trim. Only $55! Great gift idea! Available in black,grey, white. 8453561218

GEMACHIM

SERVICES

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

GLUTEN FREE Oat Matzos Thinner, better tasting, large. (845) 204-8889

MISC.

A warm and loving experienced teacher has two more slots available.Edwin area. 425-8310

BABYSITTING Warm & loving babysitter available calvert/306 area. Drop ins welcome. Call 371 1479

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

COCOA POWDER

SEEKING For two children in my home from 2:00-5:30 PM MondayThursday. Additional hours available. Good pay. Please call 845-274-2112 or email monsey137@gmail.com.

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

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

GUITAR LESSONS

LOST & FOUND

PLAYGROUP

Now available Organic Alkalized Dutched Cocoa Powder (845)6425813 Also selling scrumptious Belgian Kokosh Cake!

TUTORING SERVICES

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SHOES / SLIPPERS

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

BALLET/TAP LESSONS Ages 6, 7, and 8. Location is near Ohr Samaech. Limited spots available. Please call 845-6645064 / 845-517-8576.

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

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

VOLUNTEER AVAILABLE to assist with errands before and after Simcha. Call 8455964917

LOOKING for volunteers assisting with errands before and after SImcha. Call8455964917

CHALLAH Heimishe delicious ‫ חלה‬freshly baked. ‫לשם מצוה‬. Call till Thursday and wait for callback to confirm 4459586

SEGULA HORN & G’Bentch’te Esrog Jelly for easy labor and delivery. *returnable deposit * Tzedaka Please call for information: 845-356-5035

TRIP Woman looking for one way or round trip ride from Philadelphia to Monsey any Shabbos. Will help pay for gasoline. Call 215-7451557 before 7 pm.

SUKKAH HELP Looking for bochur to build our sukkah. well paid. 4459586

FREE HOTLINE Shalom Bayis Shiurim for married women only. FREE Live Teleconferences liluy nishmas Miriam Bas Isaac. For info call 845-422-7956/emailcjamps@ gmail.com.

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

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

GEMACH Cardboard Boxes for Moving. 845-425-6826


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KALLAH GEMACH Books and Seforim for Kallah’s and married woman. Call: 4261560

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

MATERNITY GEMACH Shabbos and weekday clothing, variety of styles & sizes. Please call for an appointment 845-4459687

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

Lost & Found LOST about a month ago someone took my lilac gown. please be so kind and call me @362-2422

FOUND Found pink baby blanket on sidewalk in front of Monsey shoes. Please call 845-263-2846

FOUND Someone left a black and white, with green Trek 20 bike in front of 2 Laurie Lane, cor. W. Maple Ave.

FOUND shtreimal at bus stop Bedford Cor. Hewes Motzeh Rosh Hashanah, please call 845-352-0775

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