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January 19, 1996 - Image 172

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-19

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"My family learned
about the

AMERICA page 118

Heatherwood

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and now I'm living it!"

605 users taking the time to re-

furniture

spond.
There's more: a Jewish job
bank, an on-line Jewish bookstore
and, eventually, on-line courses
offered by rabbis and Jewish ed-
ucators.
The variety of services and in-
formation is expected to attract
Jews and non-Jews alike, ac-
cording to publisher Marc S.
Klein, who, outside of his virtual
life, is editor and publisher of the
Northern California Jewish Bul-
letin in San Francisco.
`The Jewish COMMunity On-
line is a resource center for every-
one who wants to learn more
about Judaism," he said, "and in-
teract with others on Jewish com-
munal issues." ED

into a work

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• Cable TV accessible
• 24-Hour emergency system
• Library, game and card rooms

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RENT

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Agency Concludes
Rescue Mission

New York (JTA) — The effort to
rescue Jews from the breakaway
Russian republic of Chechnya is
in its "last stage," said Chaim
Chesler, head of the Jewish
Agency for Israel's office in the for-
mer Soviet Union.
About 40 Chechen Jews re-
main in the Jewish Agency's
refugee camp in P'atigorsk in the
region, Mr. Chesler said in a tele-
phone interview from Moscow.
Another 100 Chechen Jews are
with family members in other for-
mer Soviet republics, he said.
In 1995, some 200 Chechen
Jews went to Israel under the
auspices of the Jewish Agency,
many of them settling in Ashdod
and Ashkelon, Mr. Chesler said.
Among the recent Chechen im-
migrants was the oldest immi-
grant in Israel's history — a
110-year-old Chechen woman.
As the violence in the region
continues, Chesler said, he ex-
pects the approximately 20 Jew-
ish families remaining in
Chechnya to leave soon as well.
Chechnya has some of the
harshest living conditions of the
former Soviet Union, with no run-
ning water, gas or electricity; Mr.
Chesler said.

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