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FREE ISSUE #74 NOVEMBER 16, 2016

‫פרשת וירא‬ ‫ט”ו חשון תשע”ז‬

HOW TO

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When there’s place in the heart and in the home

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FREE ISSUE #74 NOVEMBER 16, 2016

‫פרשת וירא‬ ‫ט”ו חשון תשע”ז‬

HOW TO

HOST HAPPY

Take the guessing out of guesting Hostess package how-to for any budget

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Inbox

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Masterplan

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Balancing Act

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Shabbos

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Local News

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Sun on Stone

R. ITZKOWITZ

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Elections

THE MONSEY VIEW

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Food and Family

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Small Spaces

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FYI

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Hosting Feature

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Hostess Packages

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Survey

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Comics

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Fun Pages

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Real Estate

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Classifieds

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Pictures

When there’s place in the heart and in the home

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Publisher:

YOEL ITZKOWITZ Editor in Chief:

D. GORALNIK Content Director:

R. REESE Creative Director:

AJ WACHSMAN Project Coordinator

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Thank you for every single enjoyable, informative, useful, and professional issue. Your article on canning evoked warm nostalgia of my mother’s kitchen, both past and present. I just wanted to inform your readership that when canning fruits such as compote and vegetable soups, they can remain fresh at room temperature for many months, whilst chicken soup, chicken, falshe fish, and fish must be refrigerated. I’m not sure about fish, but soup and chicken will last six months and beyond when jarred in the fridge. T. Lavanberg

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YOUR RECIPES IN MY KITCHEN I wanted to thank you for your great publication, and for your recipe section in particular. I made a quadruple recipe of the apple honey muffins, and it still wasn’t enough. Everyone loved it! The honey cookies were delicious, too; they didn’t last the day, and I bake them on a regular basis now. The sesame chicken was scrumptious and the instructions were very clear. (I made much less sauce, though.) I loved the supper in last week’s issue with the precise instructions. It was delicious! I think I’ll incorporate it into my weekly menu. I used cherry pie filling for the baked apple instead of the cranberries, and it was a wonderful Shabbos treat. (Next time I”ll peel the apples, iy”H.) I am excited to try out the Chinese supper ideas; they look great. The beauty of your recipes is that they are easy to prepare and delicious and yet require no exotic ingredients. Please keep the supper ideas coming. My son always begs me to

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make the recipes only from The Monsey View, because they’re delicious! The topics you cover are very pertinent and creative. Thanks for the Yiddishe articles; the menfolk and boys enjoyed them immensely. Please keep them coming. Much continued success,

Please tell them to let us poor mommies know early enough that they won’t be showing up anymore so that we will be prepared for what is coming. Thank you, And tell Rita we miss her... R.B.

B.W.

RE: COMPOTE IN THE CRIB ‎Regarding the letter about the rented apartment, I don’t think it’s a normal thing to leave a house such a mess! I gave away my house quite a few times, sometimes for money and sometimes for free. Never did I find the house a zoo! Ninety-nine percent of the time I got it back as clean as I gave it, and I can always thank the guests that if they would tell me they hadn’t stayed over I would believe them! Never did I have to tell guests what they may and may not use. They don’t have to scrub the apartment when leaving, but guests should at least sweep the floor, throw out empty bottles... You can’t compare a home to a hotel; it’s a house!

YOUR VOICE // LOST (AND NOT FOUND) To Whom It May Concern, I was delighted when I heard that I will be getting a great cleaning lady in mid-September. And so Rita arrived. Rita was great. Although she constantly mumbled some words while cleaning, it didn’t bother us because she did her job very well. Friday, November 4th, we were waiting for Rita as usual. The kitchen was a mess; we had baked and cooked freely, as we knew Rita would come and save the situation, as she always did. But...we are still waiting; she did not show up. I can’t imagine what you are bribing her with, Mrs. Anonymous, since we paid her top dollar, provided her with transportation, served her warm, delicious meals and offered her a drink every so often. Baruch Hashem, Hashem sent us someone else in her place, however, what I am asking from you and all of you people who take cleaning ladies from other people: Cellular 4 Less

RE: COMPOTE IN THE CRIB I was surprised at last week’s letter writer who insinuated that the homeowner who rented out her house hadn’t done her research and asked references before handing over the key. One thing about inbox letters is that you don’t see the full picture with

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ARE YOU MISSING YOUR BOXES? An open letter to my neighbors across the street (and any others to whom this may apply): For the past several years there has been an ongoing issue with cardboard boxes being blown onto our lawns. Residents on the other side of our street fail to break down their cardboard boxes, and fail to secure them. As a result, we wake up daily to find boxes on our driveways and lawns. The labels on the boxes allow us to perform the mitzvah of hashavas aveida. As much as we appreciate the opportunity to perform this great mitzvah, we would prefer to see our neighbors flatten and secure their cardboard, which would eliminate the problem altogether. When the town begins to issue fines to residents on our side of the street because of garbage blowing from the other side, we will be forced to fight our fines and there will be a terrible chillul Hashem. Please help avoid this and help us take pride in our clean community.

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all of the details, and I am sure that the writer actually did ask for references. Regardless of what she did or did not do, a lived-in house is not something that temporary renters should feel free to trash. No matter how much they paid, it does not give them the privilege to destroy another person’s home. And basic decency is to strip the linen from the beds before leaving, especially if there is compote or other schmutz on them! While I wouldn’t expect a family of renters to scrub the entire house, it should be left relatively presentable before they leave. They know that a tired family is returning from abroad who shouldn’t have to start scrubbing. It’s just plain rude to leave the house in such a condition.

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A Yeshiva Life of Torah and Health By: Basya Kovacs, Nutrition Counselor

A little about fitness‌ So far we've been discussing food. Now, let's talk about physical activity. While physical activity is not required in order to lose weight, it is helpful. Putting weight loss aside, physical activity has so many important benefits! Some of the benefits are a stronger heart, a better mood, and increase in strength. How does exercise help with weight loss? 1. Building muscle means you have now become a fat-burning machine. You now burn calories at a faster rate and even continue to burn calories while you are sleeping. 2. Exercise burns calories, so your overall caloric intake becomes lower because you burned some of the food calories off. However, not always does exercising mean faster weight loss. That's because the body is amazingly adaptable and can get used to anything. Whereas one used to burn 500 calories in a 45-minute treadmill session, it is now down to 400 or even 350 as the body adapts and has an easier time with it. Another rea-

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son is that many people get hungry after their workouts and end up eating extra food, sabotaging their efforts.

What type of exercise can a teenage boy do? Since most of the day is spent at yeshiva, there really isn't a lot of time for exercise. Let's come up with quick and practical suggestions so that it can actually happen: 1. Basketball. If your yeshiva allows basketball, just 30 minutes burns an average of 200 calories! 2. Swimming. I know this is a summer activity, but not only does swimming burn an average of 300 calories for every 30 minutes, it also works the entire body; arms, back, core, and legs. 3. Walking or jogging. At an approximate burn of 250-300 calories for 30 minutes, this is a great workout as well. If you don't like to jog and still want high calorie-burn, try walking hills, whether on a treadmill or on the street. 4. Biking. Many boys like to bike, and if it’s common in your community, it’s a great workout as well,

with a similar calorie-burn to the abovementioned workouts. 5. There are fitness programs for boys and men sold in Jewish music stores and bookstores, which combine both cardiovascular and strength moves as well.

How much should a teen boy exercise? A reasonable amount is 3-4 days a week for 30 minutes at a time. If he wants to break it up into two 15-minute sessions or even three 10-minute sessions, that's also fine. An important consideration is safety. I'm not talking about helmets when bike riding or proper swimming technique, but rather warming up and stretching. Many adults don't even know this, so we can't expect teen boys to know this. It is very dangerous to go from 0-100 in any workout as opposed to gradually increasing the heart rate. Before starting to run, you must walk. Before starting any intense laps, start swimming slowly. Before a vigorous bike ride, start by pedaling slowly. When it comes to stretch-


THE BALANCING BOCHUR: Sruli Englander* Height: 5'8 Starting weight: 180 pounds Dieting is... not as hard as I thought! Well, that's what I kept saying until my entire family was eating donuts in honor of Rosh Chodesh and I was sitting there having a TAP muffin instead. Even though they're really good, I felt left out and it took a whole lot of self control! Also, I always thought I drank enough water because I'm always drinking, but now that I'm actually counting every cup I realize that I was not having enough. I'm happy that seltzer and herbal tea count as water because it makes it easier to reach my necessary cups. The first couple of days, a few kids in my class made some comments about my new healthy snacks, but when I didn't react they stopped. It's also hard for me in shul, at the kiddush, because there is really nothing there I can have. Overall I'm feeling strong and ready for the next week! I also like that everyone is on top of my progress; it's a good push!

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vation mode and you will not have enough energy. • Eat back calories burned, justifying it with rationale like “I burned so much, I can eat extra now”. Wishing everyone a wonderful and fit week!

The dos and don’ts of proper nutrition and hydration for working out:

DO • Drink before, during, and after a workout as needed. There is no specific amount required, see how you feel and how much you need. • Warm up and stretch, as outlined above • Eat an extra serving of protein after a workout if you’re feeling hungry or weak.

DON’T • Go for s p o r t s drinks. They are full of empty calories. • Exercise on an empty stomach. Your body will go into star-

Basya Kovacs is a nutrition counselor at Nutrition by Tanya and is the manager of the Monsey location. Nutrition by Tanya offers personalized and practical weight management and nutrition counseling for children, men, and women. Nutrition by Tanya has locations in Boro Park, Flatbush, Williamsburg, Monsey, and Lakewood. The office can be reached at 844-Tanya-Diet or info@nutritionbytanya.com. You can also visit nutritionbytanya. com for more info, inspiring success stories, and photos.

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WHAT IS IT WE DESIRE MOST, in the deepest recesses of our hearts? For many people, there is the answer they feel they’re “supposed” to say (to serve Hashem with simcha, etc.), and then there are their immediate desires (happiness, wealth, honor, etc.). But if we could dig deeper into our hearts, and search ourselves with honesty, I think what we all desire, beyond all other desires, is that Hashem should love us and cherish us. What greater pleasure in life could there possibly be than to be cherished and loved by Hashem? For not only is this our natural desire, just as any child naturally wants to please his father, but it is the precursor to achieving any other desire in life, as Hashem Himself is the Source of all blessing. And what is the ultimate blessing for which we dream, if we would find “enough” favor in Hashem’s eyes? For most people, that would be to have successful children, depending on how you define successful. What do we mean by successful? Imagine giving a parent the following list of possible outcomes for his or her child: 1. A life of comfort (wealth) 2. A life of honor (as an askan, or baal chesed, etc.) 3. Greatness in Torah (Gadol hador, Rosh Yeshiva, tzaddik)

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I think it is obvious which option most of us would choose. So our deepest desire for ourselves is to be beloved by Hashem, and our greatest goal in life is to be the progenitor of righteous and holy generations. What is the key to achieving both of these desires? It says in this week’s Parsha, “Avraham is indeed to become a great and mighty nation, and through him shall be blessed all the nations of the world. For I have given him special attention because he commands his children and his household after

The Torah says that Avraham was loved and blessed because he commanded his children and household to preserve the ways of Hashem. There are several events in the Torah that stand out very strongly as pivotal moments in the history of the Jewish nation and the development of the world according to Hashem’s design. The giving of the Torah to the b’nei Yisrael in Parshas Yisro is one example, for that was the moment when we became a nation. At the beginning of the above passage, we are told about

There is so much being said today about the importance of not driving our children off the derech, but let us not be afraid to drive them on the derech. him, and they will preserve the way of Hashem, doing charity and justice, so that Hashem will bring upon Avraham all that which He has spoken of him.” (Bereishis 18:18-19) Rashi comments upon these posukim that Hashem asks, “And why do I have affection for him? Because he commands his children about Me to keep My ways.” The Torah does not say that Hashem loved and blessed Avraham because he was the one to discover Hashem, or because he chose to be thrown into a fiery pit rather than denounce Hashem.

another pivotal moment: the inception of the very people that would become that great nation, the Jewish people. Hashem reveals to Avraham that he will become the progenitor of this great and holy nation. Why will Avraham be thus blessed? Because Hashem had special affection for Avraham. And why did Hashem have special affection for Avraham? Because he commanded his children and household to preserve the ways of Hashem. If we want to achieve the best in life for ourselves and for our children, we must command our chil-


dren to honor and guard the ways of Hashem – the Torah. The Torah does not say Avraham “encouraged” his children in Torah. It says he commanded them. While we must do so with love and patience, we must not be afraid to be firm in maintaining high standards for our family. We must lead our families along the path of righteousness, and shield them from harmful influences. We should not be afraid to set limits and say no to activities that are harmful or addictive. There is so much being said today about the importance of not driving our children off the derech, but let us not be afraid to drive them on the derech. Let us not be afraid to say “no” to our children.

Saying “no” to our children begins with saying “no” to ourselves. Rabbi Frand says that he word mashpia comes from the word shapua, which means an incline. An incline, such as a roof, allows water to flow down. Our behavior flows down to our children, so in order to properly command our children to keep the Torah, we must keep the Torah ourselves. We must be examples to our children, and stay far away from hypocrisy. The higher we elevate ourselves, the greater the “slope” of our “incline,” and therefore the greater leverage we have in commanding our children in the ways of Torah. Avraham Avinu, having passed ten dif-

ficult nisyonos, was in a tremendous position to command his family. We are not Avraham Avinu. We did not bring monotheism to the world, or stand up to Nimrod. But we are Avraham’s children. We have z’chus avos on our side. Let us follow in the footsteps of our fathers and lead our children in the paths of righteousness. Clarification on an error in last week’s halacha: The tie strings of the garbage bags may only be tied together tightly, and not knotted in any way on Shabbos.

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Monsey Businesses Spared in Minor Early Morning Fire (Ramapo Police Department) Several Monsey businesses located in the same strip mall escaped serious damage when a fire broke out in the eaves above one of the stores on the morning of Friday, November 11th. Monsey Fire Chief Tony Layman said that fire began above Mazal Cleaners, located at the intersection of Routes 59 and 306, and was quickly extinguished. Firemen broke into the eaves to ensure that there were no lingering flames. Signature Silver, Maple Pharmacy, lifted to the roof by a ladder truck from Stores in the strip mall, includ- and Lishkas Hasofer were temporar- the Brewer Fire Company located on ing The Purple Pear, Accessories Plus, ily evacuated as several firemen were nearby Grove Street.

Nyack Hospital Expansion to Begin Late This Year (The Journal News) A 121-year-old local hospital is set to undergo a massive expansion that will likely take two years to complete. The Nyack Village Planning Board okayed Nyack Hospital’s expansion plans, which will include a twostory addition to begin this fall. The 16,300-square-foot project will be home to a redesigned emergency room and outpatient facility and is intended to better serve the changing needs of Hudson Valley residents. Hospital officials estimated that its

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As Black Bears Begin to Hibernate State Asks Residents to Report Dens (Rockland Daily Voice) With the number of black bear sightings in the area increasing over the past few years, the State’s Department of Environmental Conservation is asking local residents to keep on the alert for black bear dens. Hibernation season for black bears sets in with the colder weather, and of-

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Post-Election News Presidential Appointments Shocking America and the world, President-elect Trump pulled off the unexpected in last Tuesday’s elections, beating Hillary Clinton in the race to the White House. But now comes the real work. In preparation of taking office, he will have to appoint secretaries, or “heads”, to the fifteen executive departments that make up the presidential cabinet, as well as hire staff for these secretaries and himself. This includes the Secretary of State, Defense, Homeland Security, Attorney General, and more. Inauguration Day is a mere two months away, on January 20, 2017, so there is much work to be done in a short amount of time. And he has already gotten started. The first, and so far only, appointments he announced was for the position of Chief of Staff. He chose Reince Priebus, the current chairman of the Republican Party. He also announced that Steve Bannon, his campaign chairman, will be his chief strategist. There have been several names floating around for the different positions available. One of the notable candidates is Rudy Guliani, former mayor of New York and Manhattan District Attorney, who has been mentioned both for a potential position as Attorney General or Secretary of State. John Bolton, the US Ambassador to the UN under President George W. Bush, might be a candidate for Secretary of State as well. For Defense Secretary, Kelly Ayotte, the departing senator of New Hampshire who lost in a very narrow race and Lieutenant General Michael Flynt have been brought up. It is also assumed that former candidate Ben Carson will get a position, most likely that of Secretary of Health and Human Services, which would be the obvious choice with his background as a neurosurgeon. All of Trump’s picks will, of course, have to approved by the Senate, but that should pose no problem as the incoming Senate will remain majority Republican and will seek to work along with a Republican president.

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CHAPTER 15

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Stone Recap: Malka’la gets a phone call from home. Her son isn’t feeling well. Her parents need money to feed the children. She has to tell her mother that so far, she has earned nothing. ENOUGH ALREADY. HER CHILdren were hungry, alone, abandoned. She was sitting in the lap of luxury, a reality warp, enjoying another family’s generosity when it could not sustain her where she needed generosity the most, when she returned home and had to feed her own. Enough. She had come here to collect. Wizened now to the dangers of snow, she sought other means, effective methods to procure bread. The men had it easy. It was told in Yerushalayim that those who did the minyanim, going from one praying person to the next, picking up dimes and quarters — they often came out with $100 a day. In the morning, they went for the lowhanging fruit, and at night to the wealthy pillars who supported the world with their tzedakah. She couldn’t do the minyanim. But she could meet the women. In the grocery, where they shopped. She’d find them there. In a steady stream, as they came out from shopping, she’d go for the low-hanging fruits. The coins, the change. “You bought me a coat?” she asked Gella.

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“I did. Try it on. See if it fits.” It was a fine coat, of thick merino wool with buttons like Gella’s earrings. She slipped one arm into its heavy fabric. “You bought this for me?” “Yes.” “You want to give it to me?” “Yes. It’s yours.” How much had it cost? How could she take it? She slipped the buttons into their holes. She patted down the front of her coat. She stood up straighter. “You probably need a smaller size,” Gella said, considering her. “Petite maybe.” “It’s okay. I can wear it this way; it’s perfect. It’s more than perfect, I’ve never had one anything like this. I want to go out now. Collecting.” “But you can’t. How could you? Take another two days. See what happened when you did more than your strength allowed?” “I’m going to stand inside a grocery. And I’ll ask the people who pass through for money.” Gella raised an eyebrow, then sighed. “You’re not… embarrassed?” Malka’la might have gotten very hurt by that comment. She

nearly did get hurt. Because more than any embarrassment in asking people to share their leftover coins from the last dollar when they finished shopping, she was embarrassed by Gella, the only person on this continent she knew and could care about. But she didn’t let her benefactor’s perception hurt her. Just because Gella was generous and kind didn’t mean she understood. She obviously didn’t. If she was able to buy her a coat of real wool, when Malka’la’s own children didn’t have a single hole-less sock, and were hungering for carp — not sweets, not even fruits, but fish — Gella could never, not in a million snowstorms, fathom her life. And if she didn’t understand, she couldn’t have a say in what was shameful and what not. There is dignity in asking for help. There is dignity in providing for her children, even when the carpet from under her feet, her husband, her investments, everything, had been taken. “I’m not embarrassed,” Malka’la said. “Eat something before you go,” Gella said. “Wash. I’ll prepare some eggs.” “I think people shop early. I


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looked like he could give more, maybe would give more. He fumbled and something, maybe coins, maybe a key, jingled. A woman struggling behind a towering cart was coming out behind him, and he was holding her up. “Tzedakah,” Malka’la explained to the woman so that she, too, could use the time to fish out coins while she waited behind the stalled man at the entrance. The man looked back at the woman, noted to himself that Malka’la wasn’t watching him closely anymore, and left, heading quickly for a gleaming silver town car in the parking lot. Don’t let him get you down, Malka’la told the descending floor in her stomach. The woman gave her a pile of coins large enough she couldn’t hold it without one of them rolling through her fingers. She went inside to ask for a bag to hold the change. Two people leaked out the doorway to waiting cars while she was inside, trying to make herself understood to the grocer. She continued to stand. There were maybe four women from where she could see into the

and those cookies and those nuts and those candies,” and also because she was a young mother, just like her, and sometimes we need to make choices, and those choices sometimes exclude giving to a stranger in an overly fancy coat standing at the entrance of the grocery. “Tzedakah,” she said to a fiftysomething-year-old man in brown overalls, a frayed coat, and a twill cap. He took out his wallet, unfolded it, took out two bills, and gave them to her. She looked at it, and saw it was two $20 bills. She put them in the pocket of her new fancy coat, checking that the lin-

If I meet other hidden millionaires like the one who gave me $40, then good. aisles, leisurely doing their shopping. Not enough. If the grocery was busy, and if each person gave her something, then… maybe then. But today, she was starting to feel despondent. And hungry. So much food. People bought so much food. Carts wider than a person’s girth, brimming with all sorts of produce and goods. “Tzedakah,” she accosted the young lady who nearly passed her by with that Silver Cross baby carriage. The woman spread her hands apart, as if to say, “What can I do?” “You should be blessed,” Malka’la told her, because what should she tell her, that “You have enough to buy those snack bags

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ing was without holes. Her eyes filled and she looked away, but not for long… “Tzedakah.” “Tzedakah.” “Tzedakah.” She asked three at once, giving each eye contact of piercing proportion, so they each know that she will know, when they walk away, if they gave, what they gave, and if they just walked past. It wasn’t for her, this forcing, this assailing, asking in a way that wasn’t begging but demanding. “Tzedakah,” she said softly to the short elderly woman who pushed a wire framed shopping carriage in front of her. “Please. I have yesomim at home.”

The woman took out a cloth change purse. She opened the interlocking closure and rummaged within. She withdrew a quarter. “Here,” she said, gentleness and respect reflecting off the head of the coin. When Gella came out, her cart, too, was laden with so much food it could feed all Jerusalem for two weeks. “How is it going?” she asked. “If I have other hidden millionaires like the one who gave me $40, then good. But if not, and I’m only going to get a few coins… it’s better than nothing, I suppose.” “No. You have to protect your health. Perhaps going for the small coins is worthless. You may need to go to people who can give you more. And come back on Wednesday to the grocery. And Thursday. Erev Shabbos. When people shop. Today is not good. Don’t waste your precious strength.” So she sat into Gella’s car and they rolled up the hill through the banks of snow on either side. The sun played bright this afternoon. “I’ll give you a few names. You’ll make appointments. It’s not as tough as it seems. You’ll go home with the money.” Gella was offering too much chizuk for Malka’la not to become discouraged. But for now she would believe it. She had no other choice. Chany Rosengarten authors columns and serialized novels in leading publications. She can be reached at gchanyg@ gmail.com.


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There’s nothing like travel to work up an appetite. And there’s nothing like a hostess armed and ready with a steaming plate of creamy white potato kugel to stave off her guests’ hunger pangs. Here then, are perfect no-fail recipes to help you happily greet your guests.

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INDIVIDUAL CINNAMON LOKSHEN KUGEL Baking these kugelach as individual pieces enhances the look, makes serving a lot easier, and it is the perfect portion size. This recipe yields 15 kugels. INGREDIENTS: 1 10-oz. bag medium-sized egg noodles 3 eggs ¼ cup brown sugar 1/3 cup sugar ¼ cup oil 1 T. vanilla sugar ½ tsp. cinnamon

TOPPING: 8 T. brown sugar 8 T. corn flake crumbs (I used corn flakes, crushed in a food storage bag by hand) ½ tsp. cinnamon 6 T. oil

DIRECTIONS: 1. Cook noodles in boiling water for 10 minutes until soft. Rinse and drain. 2. Mix eggs, sugar, oil, vanilla, and cinnamon. Pour over noodles, and mix to combine. 3. Spray muffin pans with canola oil, and pour mixture in. 4. Combine topping ingredients and put about 1 tablespoon in each muffin cup. 5. Bake on 350°, covered, for 20 minutes. Then, uncover and bake for 10 minutes.

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PERFECT POTATO KUGEL The key to successful potato kugel is keeping the potatoes in the fridge a bit before starting. Once peeled, keep them in a bowl of ice cold water. Once the potatoes are grated, you must race to put the kugel in the oven before it starts to turn gray. Master this and you can call yourself a true balabusta! INGREDIENTS: 8 potatoes 7 eggs 3/4 cup oil 1 T. salt 1/8 tsp. white pepper

DIRECTIONS: 1. Peel potatoes into a bowl of cold water. 2. Preheat oven to 450°. 3. In food processor, with the S blade, blend eggs, oil, salt, pepper, and 4 potatoes. 4. Pour into a lined 9x13” pan. 5. Use the kugel blade to grate the rest of the potatoes. Quickly mix it in with the rest of the ingredients in the lined pan. 6. Bake on 450° for one hour. Then lower to 350° and bake for another hour.

Seasoned chef: To overnight potato kugel, put the pan with the baked kugel into a deep 9x13”, which is filled with water, and cover tightly. Bake on 250° for several hours.

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FARFEL IN THE OVEN This method will give your farfel that perfect texture.

INGREDIENTS: 1 pack brown Weinstock farfel 1/4 c. oil 1 T. sugar 1 1/2 tsp. garlic powder or 2 frozen cubes crushed garlic 1/8 tsp. black pepper 1 1/2 tsp. salt 2 3/4 cup boiling water

DIRECTIONS: 1. Mix all ingredients except the water in a deep 5x7” pan. Add in the farfel, and mix until farfel is well coated. 2. Bake, uncovered, on 400° for 10 minutes to allow farfel to brown. 3. Add the boiling water, cover tightly, lower to 350°, and bake for 45 minutes. 4. Fluff with a fork when done.

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MONSEY IS EXTRAORDINARY WHEN IT comes to hachnosas orchim. Families across our town graciously open their homes to out-of-town guests who need to be local for simchos or for various other reasons. It is in this week’s parsha that this special mitzvah is highlighted. While we know that the Torah is very economical with its words, in Parshas Vayeira, the Torah chooses to detail at length the hospitality that Avraham and Sarah offered to the three melachim that passed by their tent, as a model to us what true hachnosas orchim is. Hachnosas orchim is such a great mitzvah that the Talmud in Shabbos 127a, Rav Yehudah says in Rav’s name: “Gedolah hachnosas orchim yoser m’kabbolas pnei Shechinah: Hospitality is greater than the revelation of the Shechinah.” Can you imagine the zechus a family has when they choose to open their home for guests? Before one travels, it is customary to send along shaliach mitzvah gelt as a segulah, as it says that shlichei mitzvah come to no harm. When a home is used for hachnosas orchim, the entire house becomes a shaliach mitzvah. What greater insurance can one buy? IN THE SPIRIT OF THIS week’s parsha, we will explore hosting in Monsey and the three parties involved, the owners of the guestrooms, the baalei simchos who are reserving the rooms, and the guests who enjoy the accommodations. We interviewed women who had taken on different roles to share their tips with our readership.

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Keep a calendar to write down the name and phone number of each potential guest, for confirmation or last minute changes. Even if your room is no longer available, write down the phone number of others who have requested the space, so you can contact them if there’s a cancellation. Call before you set up the room to confirm that the guests will indeed be coming.

Let the baal simcha know whether you have a private entrance, a separate suite, or if guests can expect to hear the children playing in the nearby playroom.

Being that guests often leave over inexpensive items, it is helpful to place a sign stating that after one week you consider all items left behind hefker. (Clarify with your Rav as to the exact nuances you have to write and what is allowed.)

CHAYA When I stayed over at someone’s house for the Shabbos sheva brachos of my niece and nephew, I was looking forward to catching up on some sleep Shabbos morning, during my once-in-a-lifetime vacation without the kids. But, much to my disappointment, the sound of children playing at 7:00 am in the room right next to where I was sleeping woke me, and there went my sleep. In the afternoon, the same scenario repeated itself. I arrived home from my much-anticipated vacation tired and exhausted, wishing I would have known that it was not a private guest suite.

Find out about food arrangements; whether the baal simcha will be serving refreshments or if you should be serving your guests. Don’t feel guilty to say that your room is unavailable, even when it is unoccupied. Give it out gladly half of the time rather than halfheartedly all of the time. The worst thing you can do is feel abused, become resentful, and then stop altogether. It is very thoughtful to keep a hospitality basket with items that people are prone to forget: candles, tums, toiletries, rain bonnet, nail scissors, towels etc. Double check that all the basics are there, so that the guests shouldn’t be put in an uncomfortable spot to ask.

LIBA I arrived to a beautiful, luxurious guest suite. The furniture, linens, and wallpapers were magnificent and I looked forward to spending my Shabbos there. However, there were no tissues anywhere in the apartment. It was very uncomfortable for me to have to knock in to my gracious hostess to ask for tissues, but did I have a choice?

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Call in advance. Emergencies do happen, and everyone understands that, but try to be as organized as possible.

Communicate with the hostesses and guests as to what type of accommodations are needed, and to confirm whether they will be coming or not.

Even though you reserved the room or apartment for a Shabbos, you don’t own the place. If you had spoken to a hostess about letting a specific person use it, please speak to her before passing it on to someone else, or offering the apartment to someone who’s making a simcha down the road.

Let your guests now about refreshments, where they are meant to eat and what you are providing them with.

It is nice to prepare a hospitality package for out-of-town guests with some chocolate, cake, candles, an itinerary, etc. Be upfront with the hostess as to what you are providing.

Communication is very important. If you canceled, don’t assume the room is still available for your other guests or for a guest who changed their mind.

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RUCHY I got a call on Friday morning that the guests I was expecting would be going elsewhere, being that the baal simcha had obtained a private home whose owners were away for the month, and would be putting up a few of her guests there. So I called the next family on my waiting list, who was happy to hear that the room was available for them. They arrived later that afternoon and settled in comfortably. As I was getting ready for licht tzinden, there was a knock on our door. In walked a breathless couple — the original guests — wanting to claim the room they had reserved! It seemed that the electricity bill had not been paid while the owners of the private home were away, and upon entering, they were greeted with dark, stuffy, putrid-smelling accommodations, and decided to go back to the original plans. The only problem is that they forgot to communicate. It was very uncomfortable to have to let this family know that their room was no longer available as Shabbos was being ushered in.


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GUE TS S Call a few days prior to confirm that you’re coming, as things do happen. Take care to leave the lodgings in the same condition that you received it in. Don’t assume that your hostess will babysit for you. Discuss everything beforehand, and don’t take advantage of their kindness. Let your host know approximately when to expect you, and don’t arrive within minutes to the zman, leaving them wondering whether you will be coming or not. Don’t take advantage and ask to stay for another few days without prior discussion. Be careful about where you tzind licht.

LEAH I was serving the soup on Friday night when I smelled fire. We went downstairs to investigate, and realized it was coming from our guests’ quarters. We felt we had to go in, although we would have loved to respect their privacy. Upon entering, we saw that the guests had lit the candles directly on the tablecloth and had ruined the tablecloth and the table underneath. Baruch Hashem, nothing serious happened, but a little consideration and concern about safety would’ve prevented the scare and the damage.

Be careful about leaving unsafe items around.

SURI Be careful not to leave over any medication, especially when going away for Shabbos, since people tend to take just a pill or two with no markings of what they are. Go through the room thoroughly to make sure you did not leave anything behind. A small gift, chocolate, flowers, a game for the children, or a nice note is always appreciated, but don’t overdo it. People loan their lodgings for chesed, and will feel uncomfortable with costly gifts for using their premises for one Shabbos. Before you leave turn off the air conditioners, lights, and refrigerators, when it’s obvious that it was on only for you.

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My toddler, who had been playing in the playroom which is right near my guest suite, came upstairs with some green gook around his mouth. I was trying to figure out what it could be. Upon entering the guest room, I saw a bottle of something that looked to be medication spilled on the floor. I panicked and called Poison Control and only relaxed when they told me that it was antacid medication and I shouldn’t worry. I shuddered to think what could have happened had it been something less innocent.


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THE WELCOME MAT The doormat got this cheery name when friendly greetings were displayed across them, welcoming visitors to homes. Doormats are placed immediately outside or inside the entrance to keep out undesirable elements:

DIRT Our shoes pick up mud, snow, and dirt as we walk. In fact, most grime in the house comes from outside.

GERMS Even in the cleanest of towns, the germs on the streets are plentiful, and we don’t want them tracked onto our floors.

CHEMICALS Toxic chemicals used on lawns and gardens outside stick to our shoes, which we want to wipe away before coming inside.

TIP: Regularly disinfect your doormat with a spray like Lysol to keep this germ trap from spreading indoors.

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Both in New York City and in the U.K. there have been cases of landlords being sued after tenants tripped over doormats. As per NY Code (which is sometimes hard to decipher) it seems that doormats in public buildings are considered to pose safety concerns, as well as a fire hazard.

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That’s a royal welcome mat to you! A red carpet is traditionally used to mark the route taken by heads of state on ceremonial and formal occasions, and has in recent decades been extended to use by VIPs and other dignitaries at formal events. The expression is also use figuratively, pertaining to anyone who gets a deferential welcome or treatment. It’s the kind of hello Trump will get come January 20.

ARE YOU A DOORMAT? Don’t let yourself be stepped on! A person who doesn’t stand up for himself and gets treated badly is referred to as a doormat.

SAY HELLO TO MATS AROUND THE HOUSE:

PLACE MAT

ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET!

ANTI-FATIGUE MATS Anti-fatigue mats are designed for people who work in a standing position for prolonged periods of time. Its ergonomic pattern and cushioning underlay stimulates blood flow and subconsciously sets the person in motion. This results in less fatigue and minimizes back pain, foot pain, weariness, and stress. Who benefits from this technology? • Surgeons • Assembly line workers • Homemakers who spend a lot of time standing in the kitchen • Trade show attendees • Workers who use standing desks


CLEAN ROOM MATS The purpose of a clean room mat is to keep sterile areas in hospitals and labs that require ultimate protection from dirt, bacteria, and any contamination brought from outside. Clean room mats are tacky, sticky, non-slip mats that possess multiple layers of clean film that effectively capture dirt and dust from foot traffic and wheels. Peel-off mats are made up of multiple sheets of polyethylene film coated with acrylic adhesive that traps particles. Each layer peels off to reveal a new clean surface.

SHOES ON THE MAT You can find them at the entrance of any particular homemaker’s domain, but in Asian countries, it is traditional to leave your shoes at the entrance and change to slippers inside, or to walk barefoot in the house. Traditionally, Asian homes were raised about two feet off the ground, and it was customary to remove shoes in the entry, on ground level, and to step up in socks. Even in newly constructed homes in Asia, the entrance is usually lower than the rest of the home, keeping out dirt and weather mess. In Asia, since tables were low and people sat on the floor to eat, sleep, and to do all their activities, keeping the floors clean were all that more important. It is also Asian belief that feet shouldn’t be confined to shoes all day, but that pressure points on the feet should be stimulated by walking around shoeless. Today, western furniture has taken over the average Asian home, but these traditions remain.

DID YOU KNOW? The placement of spare keys under mats is one of the most common causes of burglary. Time to implement some creativity in finding a hiding spot for your key!

Just remember when visiting Asian (and many American) homes to wear clean socks with no holes, because you may be asked to remove your shoes!

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The children’s ages are 2, 2, and 9. How did the officer figure it out? The product of the ages is 36. Using this one can make the following combinations of ages: 1,36, 1 1,18, 2 1,12, 3

1, 9, 4 1, 6, 6 2, 9, 2 2, 6, 3 3, 3, 4 After the man had said that the product of the ages is equal to 36, the officer didn’t have enough information. Then he was told that the sum is equal to number of shops in front of the office. The sums

of the combinations are listed below. 1,36, 1 sum = 38 1,18, 2 sum = 22 1,12, 3 sum = 16 1, 9, 4 sum = 14 1, 6, 6 sum = 13 2, 9, 2 sum = 13 2, 6, 3 sum = 11 3, 3, 4 sum = 10 So since he replied by saying that this still wasn’t enough

information, the sum of the ages should be 13, because otherwise he would have known the ages immediately. So now he was left with: 1, 6, 6 sum = 13 2, 9, 2 sum = 13 The last statement is that that the oldest child loves chocolate. So if there is an oldest child, the officer concluded that they must be 2, 2, and 9.

A man would like to buy a new health insurance. An officer taking care of these matters asks the man how many children he has. The man answers, “I have three of them.” “What are the ages of your children?” the officer asks. The man answers, “The product of the ages is equal to 36.” The officer replies, “This is not enough information, Sir!” “Sorry that I was a little bit unclear, but the sum of the ages is

equal to the number of shops in front of your office,” says the man. The officer says, “This still isn’t enough information, Sir!” The man replies: “My oldest child loves chocolate.” The officer finally says, “Thanks for your cooperation; I now know the ages.” Are you as smart as the officer? Can you figure out the ages of the children?

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By Ann Zeilingold

Real Estate When There’s Place in the Heart and in the Home ONE OF THE NICEST ASPECTS TO PURCHASING A home in Monsey is the size of the homes. Lots of prospective homeowners coming from other areas are amazed at the yards, the room sizes and room counts, and of course the roaming deer! Just yesterday I met a nice young family moving from Boro Park to Pomona. They are moving to a home with five bedrooms and three bathrooms. She is coming from a small apartment with three children. Her current apartment has only two closets and her kitchen has barely any cabinets and counter space. This is not uncommon. When a family makes a move to Monsey, it’s not only about the house price and the house size. It’s also about the quality of life. Nowadays it seems like a home or even a condo is never big enough. The condos are designed to suit a growing family with space for furniture, playrooms, large kitchens with sukkah porches, and enough bedrooms to even have one set aside for Shabbos guests. The homes are on park-like settings on quiet country roads, and many homes have either basements or lower levels that are finished off into sitting areas and bedrooms. I have personally made many Shabbos simchos, and it is never difficult to find homes suitable to host numerous Shabbos guests, whether in a finished basement or in a specially designed guest suite. Some neighborhoods actually have hachnosas orchim apartments to make it easier to invite guests. While this concept is extremely warm and welcoming, what are the legalities of having these guest suites? Are bedrooms allowed in basements? Can a new homeowner do whatever they want to their home, even renovate a part of their home for a hachnosas orchim apartment? The answers to these questions are not simple. I want to preface that I am not an attorney or the building inspector. I also want to be clear in that before any renovations are done to a home, research must be done by the homeowner, and or contractor, as to what the process and the legal procedures are.

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Anyone can designate a bedroom in their home as a hachnosas orchim room, but the room must be legal for sleeping.

If one lives in a village, the rules and procedures are dictated by the village. If one lives in an unincorporated part of the town, then the town determines the process and rules. Very basically, anyone can designate a bedroom in their home as a hachnosas orchim room, but the room must be legal for sleeping. If a homeowner wants to fix up a basement with bedrooms, they must first get a permit from the correct municipality. If the basement is below ground, basement egress windows most likely will be required. There must be a way for the inhabitants of a bedroom to escape the room in case of fire. The contractor and architect are key players in this process. A hachnosas or-


chim apartment is a different story. Will this apartment have a kitchen? Will there be a stove? Will this be a rental apartment? Again, the local municipality dictates the code. Usually, an actual kitchen would not be allowed. A kitchen-like area without a stove may be okay. Because the codes differ from village to village, people have to do their own research. In some areas holiday kitchens are allowed, as well as summer kitchens and motherdaughter apartments. In other ar-

eas this is not allowed. Some areas allow boarders, people who live in your home and pay rent, but do not have any kitchen facilities, while some areas don’t. Moving to Monsey, or even from an apartment to a home in Monsey, will completely change the quality of one's life. Part of what makes our community so great is the generosity of our neighbors, especially in the opening up of homes to host guests.

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TRAMPOLINE 12 ft. trampoline for sale, brand new in the box. Comes with enclosure. $300, negotiable Call 300-2890

WHOLESALE FISH By the case only! Free delivery salmon-tilapia-tuna etc. Hashgocha volove ravn salmon fillet-call for price call: 347-275-5408

BULOVA MENS watch for sale. worn once. 845.352.0247. SILVER WIPES ease the polishing of silver enjoy sparkling silver call 845 371 7847 JJ COLE BUNDLEME Grey velour, infant bundleme for sale, $20. Very lightly used. 845-426-2434 DRUM SET Used 8 piece for sale plus stool. Beautiful condition. $300. 845-641-4494. CANON PIXMA photo printer & Canon photo paper. (Both new in closed boxes) Orig price over $400, selling $120. Call/text 845.548.2685 BUGABOO CAMELEON good condition use only for 6 months more info please call 3473741637 GIRLS VENETTINI black Shabbos shoes size 29. New in box, worn once. Any reasonable offer. Call 347342-7089 MAGNIFICENT PAINTING of Hagon Rav Eliashiv Zt”l indulged in learning [beautifuly framed] $130 845 538 0303

NEW CITY newer 3 Bedroom small colonial on quiet street only $429k! Call Shayndel Moore 845-608-0538 IMMEDIATE PURCHASE looking to buy townhouse in the Bates area please call 1-718-288-6646 JOIN the lovely “new up the hill” area of New Hempstead only $420k! 3 bedroom split level, private yard and LOW TAXES! 845-608-0538

FOR RENT

baths, pool, ground floor, oceanfront, backyard, weekly/monthly. 845-2743175 23 CALVERT DR. 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: 845-641-4208 HOUSE FOR RENT in Chestnut Ridge, 4 br, 2 bathroom, laundry room, eat in kitchen, near park. 845.596.8278.

CHESTNUT RIDGE Private house on Wilshire Drive for rent 4 bedrooms, playroom 2 full baths. 845499-9926

GWEN LANE Beautiful 3 room apartment located on Gwen Lane available now. Call (845) 352-7118

HOUSE FOR RENT Beautiful house for rent in Chestnut Ridge,Spring Hill area. Possible for short term too. Please call 845 371 5352 or 845 417 6969

WALK IN APT. Beautiful apt w/ large kitchen and island. Pesach kitchen, large living/ dining room, 3 bdrms, 2 and half baths, laundry room... Near viznitz. section 8 ok. 659-6219

LUXURY VILLAS with pool/Jacuzzi starting @ $89 per night. Mechitzah available. 888-466-3676 MIAMI BEACH Carriage Club North Beautiful 2 Bedrooms, 2

3 BDRM APT 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, freshly renovated - Viola Union area. 845-499-9926

5 BDRM APT Including sunny kitchen, D.R., Living Room, 3 Bathrooms, laundry room and porch. Bluefield Drive. Section 8 ok. 352-4686 4 ROOM APARTMENT on Sunrise Dr. for rent, above ground level, available January. Call 845-659-5515 4 ROOM APT 2 bdrms, granite kitchen and central cooling. Ronald Drive. Call 352-4686. No section 8 accepted. SHORT TERM RENTAL New 3 bdrm apt available immediately for about a year. Prime location. A must to see! call/text 917.652.2635 4 ROOM APT. for Rent, Chosson Kallah Only on Dana Road, Asking $1400 Plus. Call (845) 2820750 after 6PM 5 ROOM APT. Big Kitchen and D.R. Large porch. Decatur Ave next to Hatzlacha grocery. No section 8. Please call: 3524686 FURN/UNFURN 3 room walk-in w/all appliances. Sep entr & driveway.Great 4 chossonkallah. Long/short term 845-826-4188

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Classifieds FURNISHED / UNFURNISHED 1 bedroom w/extra work area + full kitchen w/appliances s. Riguad area perfect for single 914 806 3989 APARTMENT WANTED Looking for an apartment in the Brewer/Hammond neighborhood. 845-263-2676 JERUSALEM RENTALS Beautiful short term apartments in Yerushalayim. Reserve now for Chanukah or New Year trip! Shisha Realty 718-408-8070 vacation@ shisharealty.com ADAR COURT 2 Bedroom walk-in apartment for rent. Available immediately. Please call 845659-4531. 1 BEDROOM APT newly renovated, new kitchen on Sunrise Dr ready to move in 845-425-3099 WESTSIDE AVENUE Brand new 5 bedroom duplex for rent. Includes DR/LR, Kit/ Dinette, Study, Playroom, 5 Bdrms, 3.5 baths. Available immediately. Asking $2800/ mos. No Section 8. Please call 845-659-4531. WEEKEND RENTAL very cozy new vacation rental on bates dr 2 bedrooms linen and more included. Please call 845-274-8825 5 ROOM apartment for rent on Adar ct. 347-461-4814

3 BEDROOM 2 floor house for rent on Sneden Ct.- off Union. Beautiful condition. Call 718963-0318 FURNISHED SUITE 1 bedroom suite on Blauvelt corner Cameo Ridge available day/week/weekend near shul and grocery call 845-5383993 BLUEFIELD AREA couple looking to rent out their beautiful, brand new, spacious apt - fully furnished - for several months. Call: 517-7293 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 NEW HEMPSTEAD 3 or 5 bedrm home; spacious living/dining rooms; brand new modern kitchen/ appliances; skylight; hardwood flooring; deck overlooking pool 10952pm@ gmail.com 845 37R-ENT7 3 BEDROOM APT with porch on Jill Ln near Ralph Blvd 2 flight up available sect.8 ok. 1750+utilities 845-538-3993 WAREHOUSE SPACE AVAIL Approx 1200 sq ft . in village of Spring Valley, Shared Loading Dock + Drive in, 12 Ft ceiling, No Office Space,845-538-0134

// for rent // dresses // help wanted OFFICE FOR RENT Brand new office for Rent Private Entrance. 845-5387861 OFFICE SPACE for rent Bates area; Ground level; approx. 450 sq ft. Newly renovated; Private entrance; Please call 845.426.1830 ROOMS AVAILABLE Large rooms for office suite or inventory storage, 2 bathrooms, Large windows, Front Walk-in Private entrance. N Cole area 845.206.9484 OFFICE SPACE office space with windows in heimishe building on rt 59. 845 425 6663 9142625195 COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDING For Rent Well maintained including large parking lot (aprox. 2,500 sq. feet) available for rent.By Route 45 & Eckerson 659-3957 OFFICE SPACE West St, SV. Two room office in heimishe office building. Private entrance. $875 monthly including utilities. Call: 845 641-4208 STORAGE SPACE available for rent in unfinished basement. 1200+ square feet. Please call 914391-8982. BEAUTIFUL SHUL private area available for rent during the weekdays. Good for sofrim, small kollel, tutoring etc, Call 845-4253485

DRESSES/GOWNS SISTER OF THE BRIDE Dreamy gown size 2-4 for sale. Pictures available. Please call/text 3474715411. MOTHER OF BRIDE Elegant dresses size L-XL call 426-0022 646-739-6066 GOWNS 4 beautiful off white dresses for rent size 2-6-14-16 please call 845-274-7188. CHILDREN’S GOWNS 3 beautiful coordinated girls gowns for sale. Please call 845-425-0635. SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful gown size 6-8 [pink/gray], worn twice, for sale unbelievable price! 845 352 2710 BLACK AND IVORY elegant 2 pc dress.size 4 please call/text 845-558-1773 LADIES GOWN for sale: size 18/20 designer fabric gown, room to let out or down, for rent / sale. Pls call 8456416184. 2 DRESSES Size 4 magnificent fit. For sale/rent. Worn once. call/ text 558 1773 or 548 0004 CUSTOM MADE C.R. Kohl gown, tulle & cut velvet size 2-4. for more info call: 347-683-0557 SISTER OF BRIDE Beautiful size 4 gown. White lace top, lavender bottom w

LOOKING TO HIRE SALES GIRL/WOMAN An established store in the Shoppers Haven is looking for a full time and part time sales girl/woman. Please send your resume to ckowwow@icloud.com or call 845-659-0274 116 / THE MONSEY VIEW / November 16, 2016 www.themonseyview.com / 845.600.8484


gorgeous Rhine stone belt. For sale $250. Call 845-4999356

ADULT/TEEN GOWN lace with teal lining , sz 4- 6 please call 845- 659-9155

MATERNITY DRESS Gorgeous ivory and silver gown for rent Call/text 845213-9050

BLACK & GOLD sizes 6,12,14, & 14 - gown and ball skirts with tops & belts. call 405-6820.

MAGNIFICENT GOWN Ivory with coral pink & gold brocade center. Approx Size 6-8 slenderizing fit, Text for pic/Call 845.548.2685

DESIGNER PIECE Exquisite black lace size zero dress for rent & custom bridal gown for rent w/headpiece 845 213 7472

BEAUTIFUL GOWNS for rent. Size 6, 8-10, and 12 ladies. Black top-Floral Bottom 845-608-1266

SISTER OF THE BRIDE sz 2 silver grey party dress. lace top, Silk bottom. 845 222 4034

BLACK WAISTED wedding dress, slenderizing. size 4 to rent. very reasonable. 845-352-2077

BLACK LACE top and white scuba bottom. Avail in many sizes to rent/ sell. Call 746-1404”

OSCAR DE LA RENTA wedding dress for married sister of the bride. Size 6-8. Silver and navy blue. Also have a size 5 little girls gown for sale. White and light blue. Please call 845 356 0587

BALL GOWN wedding skirt for rent! Gorgeous, up to date style; Light gray & dark gray floral print. Size 6-8, $80. Call/text 845.548.2685

BLACK AND WHITE dress for sale ($950) or rent ($650) size 4-6. please call 845-587-7218

2 PIECE GOWN Beautiful blue floral available to buy or rent. Please call or text 845-659-5656

SISTERS OF THE BRIDE light color gowns size 00,0 and childrens gowns size 12, and 18 months Call 845-6424968

EVENING GOWNS We offer high-end modest designer gowns and dresses. Visit Powder boutique 178 Route 59. (845) 356-3731.

SISTER OF THE BRIDE Custom dress for rent. Size 2-4. Please call 845-352-1752.

BEAUTIFUL GOWN For Teens Size 8-10 Call:5584774

WREATHS Girls chasuna wreaths for rent. Blue and Mauve. 3623149

SHEVA BROCHES dresses for Kallah for Rent / Sale (one black and one Black /purple) Size-6 please Call / Text 845-445-5162

CLASSY BLUE Married sister of bride dress. size 2 . Beautiful slenderizing fit. Great price. 845-323-2227. SISTER OF BRIDE Magnificent custom made dress size 0-2 to rent (teal coloring) pls call 426-5039 DESIGNER GOWN custom made sister of the bride for sale/rent. size 0-2 call/text 845.263.9300 CHILDREN’S GOWNS 4 beautiful gowns for rent. Approximate sizes 5, 6, 6 and 8. Please call 347-731-4694.

MATERNITY wedding dress for rent or sale. size 16-18. 362-3149 BLUE VELVET and floral wedding dress for sale. Size 6. Perfect for sister of the bride. Call 845-5381262

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KALLAH GOWN Stunning Kleinfeld Gown For Sale. Size 4-8, a masterpiece. CALL: 929-271-5605

MAGNIFICENT GOWN Brand new Ivory with coral pink & gold brocade center. Approx Size 6-8. Stunning style & slenderizing fit, for rent 845.548.2685 GOWN RENTAL 2-pc all yr round gown Size 4 call/text:201-757-7391 DESIGNER GOWN black and white gown for size 8 worn once 347 351 4708 GOWNS WITH GLAMOUR Wedding gowns sz 2 - teen rachy silber 845-445-5458

HELP WANTED REAL ESTATE BOOKKEEPING Established Monsey company seeking an experienced Full-Time Real Estate Bookkeeper. Must have complete background and experience in the field.

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Classifieds Responsibilities include draw-up of leases, lease negotiations and financial aspects. Please email resume to jobopening1212@gmail. com. PURCHASING ASSISTANT Established company seeking qualified individual to join our Purchasing Team. This position has potential for growth. Candidate must be organized, detail oriented, fast-paced and proficient in Excel. Full Time. Please email resume:jobopening1212@ gmail.com. AMAZON / EBAY EXPERT Established company seeking an Amazon and Ebay selling expert. Extensive knowledge of Amazon is required. This is NOT an entry level position; you must have worked for a high volume marketplace seller. We offer tremendous opportunity for the right individual. Individual must pay strong attention to detail and complete proficiency in Excel. Please email resume hr10977@gmail.com ORDER ENTRY POSITION Large Monsey company seeking qualified individual for Order Entry position with potential for growth. Candidate must be quick, organized, detail oriented and very proficient in Excel. Full Time. Please email resume:jobopening1212@ gmail.com F/T MECHANIC JOB 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) 534-1015 x 25. PRODUCTION / WAREHOUSE POSITION Company located 25 minutes from Monsey is looking for a

qualified individual who is detail-oriented and able to complete tasks efficiently to join our managing team in production/warehouse dept. Please call (845) 534-1015 x 25. 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) 534-1015 x 25. F/T OFFICE POSITION Full time secretarial position available. Office is centrally located in Monsey. Please call 718-812-2180 ACCOUNTING FIRM Accounting Firm looking to hire an entry level position. Will consider P/T transitioning into F/T. Please email resume to CPARockland@gmail.com INSIDE SALES Luxury goods distributor based in rockland county, ny seeks experienced account executive to join our in-house sales team. Drive sales by developing existing and establishing new accounts. Email resume and cover letter to hr@gevril.com BOOKKEEPER Rockland county, ny luxury goods company seeks responsible detail-oriented bookkeeper with strong quickbooks and ms-excel skills. A/r experience desirable. Email resume and cover letter to hr@gevril.com ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Fast-paced rockland county, ny luxury goods company seeks organized responsible self-starter with strong communication and computer skills like ms-excel to assist with or manage wide

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// help wanted variety of projects. Email resume and cover letter to hr@gevril.com EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Fast-paced rockland county, ny luxury goods company seeks organized responsible self-starter with strong communication and computer skills like ms-excel to assist with and/or manage wide variety of projects. Email resume and cover letter to hr@gevril.com LOOKING TO HIRE Looking to expand our team: Search and Title Experience preferred. Competitive Salary, Excellent Work Environment. Room for Growth. Email resumes to hlesin@hudsonsearch.com AMAZON 3P Fast-paced rockland county, ny luxury goods company seeks organized responsible self-starter with amazon 3rd party selling experience to join the team. Candidate must be familiar with all aspects of generating sales on the amazon platform (minimum 3 years experience). Email resume and cover letter to hr@gevril. com HEIMISH MONSEY COMPANY selling online is looking to fill a secretarial position. Lots of potential for growth for the right person. Send your resume to: hiring1045@ gmail.com FLORAL DESIGNER Seeking creative girl as an assistant in a home based Silk Floral Shoppe. S-T 2-6pm. fax resume: 845-425-4720 EVEREST EQUITY CO is looking to hire a Mortgage Loan Processor. Qualified applicants please send your resume to saram@ everestequity.com or fax to 845-230-8682.

MEDICAL SUPPLY STORE seeking woman for customer service, full time, growth opportunities. Basic computer knowledge necessary. Email resume: jobopportunities120@gmail. com Fax: 877-257-8881. S/V OFFICE seeking to hire full time employee for secretarial work. Quick learner, ability to multi task a must. Proper English and good communication skills necessary. Please email resume to jphill28@gmail. com CPA OFFICE SUPPORT STAFF Local CPA firm seeking to hire. 20 hours a week. Candidate must be detail oriented. No experience required. Email your resume to jobsearch10901@gmail. com OFFICE POSITION responsible, multitasking/ well organized Yiddish speaking high school grad as f/t secretary (single girl office) with great phone skills, knowledge in computers a must, Email/Fax resume emgassc@gmail.com / 845-746-4117. P/T BOOKKEEPER wanted for the afternoon hours, must be experienced and detail oriented. Please Fax resume to 845-352-8514 BOOKKEEPING FIRM located in prime location looking for secretary. Experience preferred. Please email monseybookkeeping@ gmail.com. WORKER NEEDED flexible hours for gown rental. Help prepare gowns cleaning, steaming etc. Calvert/Weiner area. Please call 425-0094


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‫עטליכע דזשאבס אין פארשידענע צייטן‬ ‫בייטאג‪ ,‬נאכמיטאג‪ ,‬ביינאכט‬ ‫מוז נישט האבן עקספיריענס‬ ‫פאר פרטים ביטע רופט‬

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Classifieds SEEKING DRIVER to make trips to and from / school/home,to our therapy center please call 425-2299 ext.101 LOOKING TO HIRE Ft/Pt Looking to hire computer literate female with good English skills for small Monsey office. Send resume to syl1316@optonline.net LOOKING TO HIRE Euphoria jewelry seeking p/t salesgirl/secretary..must have computer knowledge, quickbooks, excell, email.. must text. 917-549-7449 REAL ESTATE BOOKKEEPING Real Estate office seeking a Full Time experienced bookkeeper knowledgeable with accounting programs and excel email resume to admin@jacoboberlander.com SEWING HELP Looking for a talented women that sews well to help us get work done, very flexible hours.To apply call/ text 8454998972 LIFE COACH Nutrition, family matters, self help Please call: 8452745928 for appointment PROFESSIONAL SEAMSTRESS Looking for a professional seamstress with experience in evening dresses and gowns. P/T or F/T. Call (646) 925-0125 SECRETARY SUB Looking for sub for school secritary position from mid December for 6 weeks. 9:303:00. please call 845-517-7547. BOOKKEEPING FIRM looking for qualified female secretary. Please email monseybookkeeping@gmail. com

RN OR LPN Growing Homecare agency looking to hire RNs and LPNs with NYS license and CPR certification. Trach and ventilator experience a plus. email resume to to cdezorett@marquishc.com or fax 845-205-4179. CUBASE 5 looking for a female to walk me thru the software. Will pay well. Pls call 274 1290 WANTED VOLUNTEERS to help organize clothing @ Kupath Ezra Metzios on 126 Maple Ave. between 8:30-4. 845-641-0682. ASSISTANT SUBS 2nd grad, Please email resume to mweinstock@ yeshivaspringvalley.org or call 845.356.1400 x223 SEEKING SUBSTITUTE Looking for an afternoon high school substitute for 11/30, 12/1, and 12/5. Please call 845-274-7380. LOOKING FOR TEACHER an experienced reading teacher to teach 1st grade on Title I. Please email resume to eerdirector@gmail.com. LOOKING TO HIRE a lively high school girl to make arts and crafts with 3 brothers, ages 4-7. Call 410299-7136 AIDE/ASSISTANTS needed for special needs classroom. .Full time position jobresumes613@gmail.com Fax: 845-352-3375 EXPERIENCED SUBS for local heimishe girls school – Pre-School, Elementary & Junior High, Yiddish & English. Good pay, good working conditions. Call:(845)641-2474.

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// babysitting // services ATTN TEACHERS Need help typing and designing your worksheets, tests, files, newsletters and SMART BOARD lessons? Reasonable rates. Call: 845274-5173 FEMALE TUTOR with masters available to tutor both Limudei kodesh and chol. 862 505 9546 LOOKING TO HIRE Looking for someone to take out adorable special-needs girl every shabbos morning/ afternoon. Jill Lane Area 845608-1266” REFUAH BEFORE MAKKA Snap out of the old pattern, Become the amazing person you really are! Call Genendy @ 845-263-5271 EXPERIENCED TUTOR is ready to advance your child with Keriah Chumash , Gemara etc. Please call Yoel at 845-304-8586 MATHEMATICS TUTORING All Levels, SAT/ACT/Regents/ GED Prep, Homework help etc. Male and Female instructors. call: 845-4458003, email: Monsey.Math@ gmail.com TUTOR AVAILABLE for your elementary school child in Limudei Kodesh and Limudei Chol. $20 an hour. Please Call: 845-352-1016 TEACHER/TUTOR NYS/NJ Certified and licensed-Remedial and Developmental Reading, Writing, and MathProfessional, highly experienced teacher-superior results. Call (914)584-8613 PREMIER TUTORING Certified teacher, boys/girls, over 30 yrs exp. Reading/ Math Certified Common Core specialist. grades 1-12

ALL subjects SUNDAYS/ eve/ afternoon hours 558-1682 TEACHER/ TUTOR Experienced teacher with Masters in Literacy has limited slots available to tutor kriah and/or reading. Please call (347) 546-7300

BABYSITTING MOTHER’S HELPER Responsible high school girl, hours ~5-7. References available. Call: 352-3528. SEEKING SUBSTITUTE Playgroup in Bates Horton area seeking 8 weeks substitute 845.379.4711 BABYSITTER NEEDED Looking for frum experienced babysitter in my home, chestnut ridge. May come with own baby. 646 596 2951. LOOKING for a babysitter twice a week 12-5 Edwin ln area. 845-2743102 LOOKING for a babysitter in our home in the Concord Area for Mon.-Thurs. approximately 3.45 Please call 8453529333 BABYSITTER on Rita ave has one full time slot available. For more info call 845-213-0004. SEEKING BABYSITTER in my home 3x a week from 2:45 until 5:15 PLEASE CALL 845-352-2111 BABYSITTER WANTED Looking for a warm and loving babysitter in my home. Mon/Tues/Thurs 12:30 - 5. Bates Area. Please call 4262847


LOOKING for a full time babysitter in my home. Please call 845 821-5460 DROP-INS Responsible and caring babysitter available for dropins in the Blauvelt area for part-time or full-time Call 845-405-9938 BABYSITTING Small group. Flat rate available. Right on Adar Ct. 845-570-0933. BABYSITTER AVAILABLE on Francis Place. Also taking Sunday drop-ins. Please call 845-352-1016. NIGHT BABYSITTER Near viznitz /crest ct. Please call 352-6117 EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER available at Francis Morris area. Daytime or overnight. Call 347-628-2479 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE in my home 10am-4PM for one baby. Saddle River/Grove area. Call 845-352-3180. BABYSITTER Warm and experienced available to babysit daytime and night hours in your home. References available. Please call 845-499-9272 WORKING TILL 5? I’ll take your 2-6 yr old child in my warm, happy home after school for individual attention and supper. (845)499-6328 BABYSITTER-AIRMONT Experienced heimisha babysitter located in airmont. small group only lots of TLC please call 845-369-1101 BABYSITTING Warm and loving babysitter is now available in the saddle

river/Orchard area 845-6627158 BABYSITTER AVAILABLE In your house or my house 8452636811 WARM BABYSITTER available from 6am till 11pm more info please call 3473741637 M&M PLAYGROUP Playgroup in Bates/Horton area. From 9:30-3:00 extended hours available. Please call 352-0903 WARM EXPERIENCED teacher still has a few slots left ages 18-24 months hot lunch served call 845-4264608

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 APP DEVELOPER will make mobile website in2 a app i will post to app store, google play 4 $77 email 1jasonroland@gmail.com EAR PIERCING Exp. in getting it in that perfect spot! We do house calls! Call for apt: 845-5387986

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 SCHOOL POEMS & Songs Professional written poems and songs for your school projects lots of references call 845-422- 2794 KASHERING For all your kashering needs call Dovid Denberg 845-2001326 CHOCOLATE CREATIONS Personalized Chocolate Bars for all occasions. 845-7461253

KIDDE GROUP 2 slots avail warm loving teacher small group spacious room and grounds call suri katz 356 0071 PLAYGROUP Is your toddler still not settled with a good playgroup? An experienced loving teacher still has 2 slots avail. possibly transp. Available Call 845 425 8310 KIDDIE GROUP Small Kiddie Group forming now on Westside Ave. 18-24 months. Call R. Halpert 425-3491 KIDDY GROUP on Decatur Warm ,loving, atmosphere 2 more slots available call now 845-4996647

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?

HIRING HamaspikCare is looking to hire for multiple positions in our fast growing home care department. Candidate must be very organized and have great computer and communication skills. Great pay and comprehensive benefit package.

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Classifieds HOMEMADE IN JERUSALEM Shabbos food- Order ready heimish delicious food on your next trip to Yerushalayim, great prices 1-929-237-1129 israel time. HOMEMADE CHALLAH 5 lbs of perfect Custom challah dough - freshly made to your likes and schedule. Call 845-538-9332 challahdough@gmail.com CHALLAH DOUGH Custom made to your taste, diet and schedule. Hafroshas Challah Opportunity. Homemade challah made easy. Call 369-3755 LADY DRIVER available for local and long distance trips, day and evening hours available. You can book in advance (845) 288-3451 LADY DRIVER available reasonable on time please call 709-7338

RIDE AVAILABLE to Lakewood on Monday afternoon Nov.14. Round trip. Contact: 200-1826. RIDE DAILY to and from queens and bronx area. Please call 845641-4332 HEIMISHE YUNGERMAN is ready to take trips to JFK and Laguardia airport. Please call 845-641-4332 ORGANIZE NOW Cheapest Rate- ProfessionalSatisfaction Guaranteed Call now MLM PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZING 845-659-2527 LITE IT UP Light tower rentals we set it up before ur event and pick it up after. 646-8-lite up PACIFIER INNOVATION 2 in 1 pacifier clip, Have your baby teeth on it. Call to get your today. 845-746-0896 or 917-482-1404

DRIVER For women and children.. reliable. Honest. On time! Many satisfied customers. Call Rachel @6463227224.

SPEAKER RENTALS Top quality music speakers for rent, to reserve please call 845-422-5516

HEIMISHE DRIVER available to drive you local by the hour. great prices. great service .please call. 845-2634780

SUPREME SOUND Sound equipment rental for all events speakers, mixers, microphones, subs, stands and more please call (845)578-5657

LADY DRIVER Heimish. Punctual, friendly, caring, responsible, dependable. Limited steady slots available. Day/night. Call/text 917-750-4105. HEIMESHE DRIVER A heimishe yungerman with a brand new mini van is available for all your long distance trips. Great pricing! Call 917.586.7115

PEARL RESTRINGING Expert & reliable service. Free pick up & delivery. 845352-5013

PARTY FAVORS Party favors and pekelach for any occasion. We do hostess baskets and gifts too! Call/Text 845-263-7463 stylefavorsandgifts@gmail. com CHANUKAH ENTERTAINMENT! Prepare a fantastic program! Send in each party participant’s note for six analytical points by a professional graphologist for just $6.00! 845.499.9334 GRAPHOLOGY ANALYSIS No one can change you from being the person that you are. get to know yourself better! Experienced analyst. 2745266 CLOSET ORGANIZATION? I can make your closets look like the ones in the magazines. Ester Hadasa. 845-521-8925 ONE MAN BAND For all your occasions! Yisroel M. Turner 845-274-7002 ‫ארבעט געזוכט‬ ‫ יאר עקספיריענס‬7 ‫א אינגערמאן מיט‬ ‫ איז‬,‫אין טייפסעטינג און גרעפיקס‬ ,‫אוועילעבל פאר א דזשאב אין מאנסי‬ 347-554-1242 :‫ביטע רופט‬ TEETH WHITENING Get your teeth whitened professionally with lasting results. Male and Female Techs available. Call for specials 845-826-4928 MATERNA delivered for 31 dollars. 8456419589

CHANUKAH PARTIES Professional Face Painting At Your Event. Faigy’s Faces. 845 - 825 - 2985

MATERNA we have dairy materna stage 1 & 2 call 845 371 2459

GIFT WRAPPING elegantly wrapped by the professional. Choson/Kallah our specialty. Please call or text 845-545-8454.

MATERNA stages 1&2 (Dairy & Pareve) now selling for great price. Please call: 845-354-5752 or 641-7281

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// services STUNNING JEWELRY at unbelievable prices. Non higher than $25.00. 354-6920 ORIGINAL LETTERS From gedolim =reb akiva eiger - chofetz chaim =reb moshe feinstein @ more for sale 845 729-0817 CHOCOLATE COVERED peanut chew guitar. Enhance the table at your next simcha $45 to order call 845-3529022 PRINTING ADDRESSES Amazing prices, call for quote. Jobs can be done immediately. Call 845-445-7422 or e-mail printingaddresses@gmail. com HEADS UP teens, adults, children. Wool capes, optional matching berets.Turbans, snoods. Phyllis Terrace CALL 845608-1547 HAIR ACCESORIES beautiful selection or bring your own materiel. Buy more, save more! We also do alterations. Adar Ct. area 845-596-2466 BUY TIGHTS Great Prices. Free Delivery. Call Shaindel 845-290-0650 SUPPORT HOSIERY Delivered 2 U. Medi, Sigvaris, Venotrain, etc... 845-2900650 SEFORIM?SHAIMOS? If you have usable seforim that are sitting around or putting them into shaimos I could take them 4436337316 HOME-BAKED Kosher-pareve! for your next simcha! Walnut Raisin Cookies Chocolate Chip Cookies 100/$50 845-521-4218


SELF-CONFIDENCE? Need an ego boost? I can help. 845-521-4218. GARTLECH We fix hand knitted Gartlech & make Professional Fringes. Please call: 917-414-3281 HANDYMAN Remodeling, installations, painting, odd jobs Dovid Denberg 845-200-1326 HANDYMAN Is available for all your handy need! Call:(845)694-2784 BALLOONS for all occasions. Delivery available with minimum. Airmont area. 845-356-0815 HELIUM BALLOONS for all occasions! Engagement, Baby, Get Well, Birthday, etc.... Sunrise area. Delivery available. 425 6066 DEBT COLLECTORS sending letters or calling you? Contact Attorney Kieffer at kiefferlawoffice@aol.com or (845) 300-1843. BOOK BINDING Don’t wait till your book is tearing, we’ll make it strong right away! Please call 845372-5077 BOOKBINDING we accept to bind your ‫ספרים‬ & Books for a great price Best Choice Bookbinding (845) 445-9183 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. QUICKBOOKS helping small companies with their bookkeeping. Outsource your bookkeeping,

and see the difference! (845) 548-7587 e-mail: bookkeeping7587@gmail. com QUICKBOOKS CLEANUP Is your QuickBooks a mess? A team of accountants will bring it up to date. (848) 525-7748 CARPET CLEANING 5586043 call today for free estimate, chairs, rugs, sofa etc .100% guarantee BASIC ALTERATIONS bring ten items to be hemmed get basic hem free. Bluefield area 352 7201 ALTERATIONS To get your alterations done call 845-356-1915. located on Phyllis Terrace. BE B’SIMCHA will make your hostess bags! Just pay the cost plus hachnosas kallah donation. Chani: 917.750.4035 INSTAGRAM A professional web designer is now willing to make your Instagram or feed look great and consistent! Great price. Please call/text: 347-6835903 PHOTOGRAPHY wedding, bar mitzvah, bris, or vort. Visit www. britelitephotography.com or call 845-459-3443 PHOTOGRAPHY Boost your catalog & online sales by having your products professionally photographed, call (201) 378-3032 or email: photography4amazon@ gmail.com. PHOTOBOOKS Do your professional pictures on a cd and haven’t done anything with them? Call 845-659-2157 .

Center's Business Office ‫ זוכט ‘פול טיים’ ארבעטער אין‬,‫וואס געפינט זיך אין די בראנקס‬ ‫ גוט‬.‫ געשמאקע און היימישע אטמאספערע‬.‫די ‘פעיראל’ דעפארטמענט‬ ‫ אז איר האלט אז איר פאסט אריין אין אן ספעציי‬.‫ בענעפיט’ס‬+ ‫באצאלט‬ ‫ ביטע‬,‫עלער טיעם פון פראפעשענעל’ס‬ ‫שיקט אריין אייער רעזומעי צו‬ jobs@centershealthcare.org

PHOTOBOOKS Keep your memories alive! For all your photobooks needs . To view our work call 845-608-9543 PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY Book an indoor portrait photography session with scenic backdrops and elegant props for only $50. For more information: Call Dassy @ 845-517-9920 FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY Professional and affordable photography. $50 for 1/2 hr session. Includes CD. Call 845.263.4419 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 EXCEL COURSE Professional private course in excel for men 845-422- 2794 SEWING COURSES Sewing workshop Now offering basic and advanced courses! please call 845-5216025 GUITAR LESSONS Experienced frum female guitar instructor will teach

you how to play in ten lessons. Years of enjoyment guaranteed! 347-455-5320 CRAFT GROUP enjoy the rewards of this skilled paper craft using around the house materials call 8453563713 MASTER MUSIC Due to popular demand! Offering piano lessons for women and teens. Heimishe music only! Malkie Rubin 845-425-1981 GUITAR LESSONS Learn from the MASTERS and SAVE! Inquire about our private, semi-private and group options. 845-425-8616 MUSIC LESSONS Everyone can learn to play their favorite instrument from our gifted master, music instructors at ASHREINU’s Music School. Save thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours by learning from the masters. Experience learning it right the first time. Inquire about our private, semi-private and group options.845-608-5108 RECLAIM YOUR LIFE Unlock true love and relationships when nothing else worked. FREE intropresentation: 3640034.

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Classifieds YOGA GROUP forming for Sunday mornings in the Jill Lane area. Please call 845-2130004. VIOLIN GROUP learn violin enjoy an instrument affordable prices 845-538-3486 (for beginner) PROFESSIONAL PIANIST and keyboard player looking to start heimishe wedding Band seeking Guitarist and Drummer please call yisroel 718 -790-8659 or 973-9283476 TREAT YOUR DAUGHTER Sign her up before October 1st & get 10% off on first 4 lessons. C. R. Reitzenstein 362-8577 PIANO AND KEYBOARD lessons beginners to Advanced children and adults please call Yisroel Fishbain at 7187908659 9739283476 GUITAR LESSONS Guitar teacher over 30 yrs, all ages/levels. Avail to teach you/your child to play guitar. Girl/boys/women.SUNDAYS/ eve/afternoon hours 558-1682 DRIVING LESSONS Experienced, patient driving instructor now offering driving lessons in Monsey. Schedule your lesson now. Call (917) 576-3573

ELECTROLYSIS 15 min free for new clients Baila Malka 642-1890 PROFESSIONAL HAIRSTYLIST to cut and style your hair. Monsey blvd. Your house or mine. Wash and sets $20Call 371-1963 HAIR STYLIST To have your hair professionally styled at a great price, call now (845) 578-1939. BASHIE’S SALON wigs,hairstyling Haircuts,makeup,makeup sales 538.7603/436.4632 HAIR&WIGS haircuts $10, wash&sets $2025, styling $20, call 354-2539, Phyllis/ashel area PERMS FOR PAYOS Get it done by Miriam - Professional - Precise Proficient. Convenient Location. $25.00. Please Call: 718-812-1116 MAKEUP ARTIST Flawless airbrush makeup application in the comfort of your home. call or text miriam 203-470-3206

// services // odds and ends // gemachi MASSAGE THERAPIST Frum female available for morning and evening appointments. 732-862-7117. Women only. MOTHER HEN METHOD A New Approach to Childbirth. You Can have it easily and completely naturally B’ezras Hashem Call Now (845)587-1649 MIRACLE BLOSSOMS doula services Chana Bracha Abramson CD (DONA) 845213-5525 DOULA SERVICE Turn to MOTHERCARE! For all your labor support needs. To hear our introductory special call Sara Esti (845) 352-7716. CHILDBIRTH EDUCATION! Birth classes in a heimishe environment, by an experienced instructor. Call;Mrs. surie gruber to register. 362-1439 FLU SEASON Keep your kids healthy using safe & natural alternative medicine. homeopathic practitioner, kinesiologist please call 354-1346

CMK COSMETICS And fragrances Perfumes, Body Lotions and Gift Sets! Beautiful kallah gift sets! Free delivery 845-352-2573

IMMUNE BOOSTER Strengthen your immune system and prevent Winter’s Cold and Flu with Fermented Juices. Proven Wonders! 845608-2303

YOGA CLASS Enjoy an amazing class of yoga in your home. Private or group. Call 371-1963

MARY KAY 15% sale, free delivery. Place your order today. Call\Text 845-200-0211

ARBONNE all-natural diaper rash cream with amazing results! C/T 845-213-0978

HAIR/ SHAITELS wash set:30$ haircuts:15$ hairstyling for simcha:20$ call RACHELI@ 845-842-6751

MARY KAY satin lips -only $15 10% off everything else call 642-1890

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

ELECTROLYSIS Join hundreds of satisfied clients! Competitive rates. Half off first visit (w/ ment. of ad) Nechama 356-1536

MASSAGE THERAPIST available for house calls. Pre-natal, Swedish & Deep Tissue. Chavi Brisk CMT 845 694 9204

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SUPERLAN Chapped hands, lips, eczema, cracked skin? Works better than anything you’ve tried. 100% natural, no chemicals or additives. 352-7331 BIRKENSTOCK Shoes & slippers. World famous for comfort, posture & arch support. 352-7331 NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT Free for the first 30 people in the next 30 days Shoshana Denberg 845-213-8420

ODDS AND ENDS LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY! Purchase an existing retail business in the Monsey area. Existing retail store thrives on creativity and innovation in the food arena. Owner has moved out of Monsey and is looking to sell for any reasonable offer. Please email jbat6281@gmail.com for more information. POMONA/PASSAIC COMMUTE Looking for daily commute approx 8am/5pm. Willing to pay. Please call or text 347228-6624 KNIT FOR A MITZVAH Join us as we crochet/knit hats for kids with cancer. Participate in this mitzvah. All ages welcome. 845-5178576 LOOKING TO ADOPT A frum young couple, looking to adopt a baby or young child. Call or text 347-4611914. TEHILLIM Harness the power of tehillim today! A Yid will say tehillim on your behalf. Call/ text 8452006378.


im // lost and found // free giveaways LADY VIOLINIST Are you arranging a Kumzitz for ladies/girls? Invite a violinist to make it really special!!! Please call 362-8577

LOST coach wristlet w/ SD cards in it @ the Rockland Kosher shortcut. Please call 845-4920005

NAVI SHIUR Everyone is welcome - men and women! Given by R’ Yitzchok Schwartz. Time: motz”sh 8:15PM - 8:55PM - R’ Moskowitz’ shul (Borov), 2 Parker Blvd, corner of Route 306 refreshments served!

LOST Ladies gold Skagen watch Erev Shabbos - Lech-Lecha in the vicinity of Refuah on Twin. 845 352 3910

GEMACHIM ROOF-CARRIERS Fits almost all cars even without racks on roof. Call early to reserve. 845-2745284. Monroe: 845-662-7102. SIDDUR GEMACH Sfard: Friedman 845-6087830. Ashkenaz: Shulman845 352 1756 or 845-826-6718

LOST A Silver cup (becher) By Bais Tefilla Mikva Please call 845.579.5653 CAMERA LOST Lost camera in a La Familia taxi. If you saw it or found it please call 425-2997. LOST diamond pin on succos. Please call: 425-2284 LOST a diamond bracelet on July 7th. Please call 347-633-6598

MOVING BOXES GEMACH Cardboard Boxes for Moving. 845-425-6826 or 845-6087830

LOST a crochet gartel on sukkos 845-352-0756

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

FOUND a burberry jacket belt right before sukkos, next to the lights at town square. 4250370

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

LOST AND FOUND LOST last Wednesday November 2, a large black suitcase, with socks in it, in the parking lot in front of Atrium Plaza. please call 718 344 6290

FOUND Woman’s bracelet on viola road across from the mikveh. 845-536-2467 FOUND singles in the bluefield shortcut on yontif. Call 3715954 FOUND SD CARD sd card found in Viola Park with family photos on it. Please call 845-425-2997. FOUND Bluetooth. Found Plantronics Bluetooth by Chase bank on 59 and College. Please call 917-510-4603

FOUND A bracelet on erev sukkos in Evergreen parking lot. 845 558 4893

Classified ads are free for our readers, as long as the following criteria are met.

FOUND Found a shaitel. Please call 845-425-2102.

Classified ads must be emailed or texted to classifieds@themonseyview. com - in the body of the email, not as an attachment.

FOUND size 2 blue carter’s sweater at shuttle stop by maple leaf 3640257 FOUND Found a beautiful diamond bracelet shabbos parshas lech lecha on Maple Ave. in front of vilchovitz. Please call 845222-1206

FREE GIVEAWAYS DRESSER Beautiful custom made, large white dresser to give away. Lots of deep drawers. In great condition. Please call Chaya 848-525-0171 GE STOVETOP Profile stovetop in off-white color almost new 352-9373 SUKKA PANELS 7 pcs. Heavy. White. 4x8’s 21 Merrick Dr., Corner N. Regaud Left side of the house.

Include two words for the heading and a maximum of twenty words for the body. The entire body of the ad should be written in one paragraph. Do not “enter” between sentences. Use standard text only – no all caps. Check for proper spelling and grammar before submitting. Do not fax any free classifieds. There’s a maximum of two classifieds per person per week. A classified ad that doesn’t meet the above conditions will be automatically rejected. The Monsey View reserves the right to omit any free classifieds. ***** We do not give confirmations for free classified ads. ***** Classified ad deadline is Monday at 12:00 pm. No exceptions. ***** For inquiries about PAID classifieds, feel free to contact The Monsey View.

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‫בנשיאות הרה”ג ר’ מאיר שלעזינגער‬

‫הרה”ג ר’ שמואל פעלדער פון לעיקוואוד‬ ‫ביים געבן א שיעור אין ביהמ”ד עליון‬

‫סיום מסכת קידושין אין‬ ‫ביהמ”ד דזיקוב מעליץ‬

‫האדמורי”ם מסקווירא וסטאניסלאוו‬ ‫בניחום אבלים אצל משפחת אב”ד‬ ‫באסטאן היילענד פארק זצ”ל‬

‫האדמו”ר מוויזניץ‬ ‫באזוכט אין ניו יארק‬ ‫פאר’ן חנוכת הבית פאר’ן‬ ‫נייעם וויזניץ ביהמ”ד‬ ‫אין ווילימסבורג‬

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‫קביעות מזוזה בישיבה גדולה קרן אורה מאנסי‬


‫הכנסת ספר תורה לביהמ”ד דאמבראווא במאנסי‬ ‫נדבת משפחת וועבער‬


‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫אידן אין שיכון סקווירא געבן אפ זייערע שטימעס‬

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‫אידן אין חרדי’שע געגנטער געבן אפ זייערע שטימעס‬ ‫ביי די היציגע פרעזידענטליכע וואל‪-‬פארמעסט‬

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‫באשעפער היט‬ ‫מיר פון די פייער‪...‬‬

‫אברהם די ביסט‬ ‫געראטעווט!‬ ‫די אייבשטער‬ ‫האט דיר‬ ‫געהיטן!‬

‫מאך אויף‬ ‫די באקס!!!‬

‫דא האסטו‬ ‫צוריק שרה‬

‫קום צו‬ ‫פרעה!!!‬

‫למנצך‪ ...‬יענך ה'‬ ‫בעת צרה‪...‬‬

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‫אברהם‪ ,‬דו ווילסט‬ ‫וואטשן מיין‬ ‫געטשקע סטאר?‬

‫אקעי טאטי!‬

‫לאמיר אראפ לייגן‬ ‫די עסן אינפארנט‬ ‫פון די גרויסע‬ ‫געטשקע‬

‫כא כא כא‪.....‬‬ ‫פארוואס דארפסטו די‬ ‫נארישע געטשקע?‬

‫וואס האסטו געטוהן???‬

‫די גרויסע‬ ‫געטשקע האט‬ ‫עס געטוהן!‬

‫ווארפטס‬ ‫וואס האסטו‬ ‫אין‬ ‫אים אריין‬ ‫געטוהן???‬ ‫די פייער!!!‬

‫איך וועל דיר‬ ‫טראגן צום‬ ‫קעניג נימרוד‬

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‫‪PHOTO CREDIT: JDN‬‬

‫מעמד סיום מסכת עירובין והתחלת מסכת פסחים בחבורת‬ ‫אהבתי תורתיך ע”י קהילת סאטמאר במאנסי‬


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‫שמחת הבר מצוה לנכד האדמו”ר מפאריסוב ונכד הגה”צ‬ ‫ר’ יושע לייפער נשיא עוז והדר‬

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‫האדמו”ר מפאריסוב מוצש”ק במאנסי‬


‫שמחת התנאים בבית משכנות הרועים – סאמבור –‬ ‫דאמבראווא מאנסי‬

‫תלמידים פון חדר ד’מאנסי באקומען גמרות פון‬ ‫הרה”ג ר’ ישראל פאלק אין ביהמ”ד עליון‬

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‫אדמו”ר מסאטמאר באזוכט‬ ‫דעם ניים שטח‬

‫קביעת מזוזה בבית הנגיד‬ ‫ר’ משה יצחק גאלדענבערג‬

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‫רייכער באנקעט “ב”ך חתמין” לטובת תומכי מוסדות סאטמאר‬ ‫מאנסי צום אפקויף פונעם נייעם ריזן קאמפלעקס‬

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advises on location to capture the best angles

4.

selects the best shots and delivers prints to albums

wedding. bar mitzvah. engagement. newborn. corporate. located in: 845.642.3323 esther@picadillyphoto.com 59 Route 59 - Monsey NY 10952

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