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Rabbi Goldberg measures the length of the Torah's columns for the
registration and certification process.

New York, and no two grids
anywhere in the world are
alike.
"Something like this is very
important for everyone con-
cerned," says Rabbi Stanley
Rosenbaum of B'nai Moshe.
"After all," he says, "you never
really know until it's too late.
With the Registry, maybe we
can prevent it from getting to
be too late."
In stressing the importance
of Torah registration, Rabbi
Rosenbaum said, "Not having
your Torahs registered is kind
of like locking the barn door
after the cow has already run
away."
"Locking the barn door" in
this case really means mark-
ing, certifying and registering
Torahs with the organization
in New York. The undertak-
ing, time consuming but worth
it if it does the job says Rabbi
Goldberg, involves a five-step
process.
The Universal Torah Regis-
try provides synagogues and
institutions with a special kit
— Torah validation forms,
numbered decals, computer

grids, needles and a special
sealant. All of the materials
are kosher, and the procedure
has been approved by leading
rabbinic authorities.
"This project has all the
earmarks of Operation Iden-
tification, and it has the same
potential for success," says
Rabbi James I. Gordon, of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods!
"It is tremendously impor-
tant."
After receiving the kit, the
synagogue labels each Torah
with a numbered decal corre-
sponding to the number on its
Torah Validation Form. Each
grid must be used on its own
particular Torah so that all of
the identifying numbers and
markings match.
Once numbered, each Torah
is measured. The height of the
parchment, the height and
width of the columns are re-
corded and sent back to the
Registry.
After measuring the scrolls,
the parchment is marked in
ten designated places — the
same ten places on all Torahs.
Yet even if a thief knows about

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