Digest for 97-03-30


                          Table of Contents

RECENT EMAIL . . .

01-30 March 97  Sender:  "Leonid A. Levtov" (sl@jola.belpak.vitebsk.by)
                Subject: FOR URGENTLY HELP!!!!

02-30 March 97  Sender:  "Judith M. Bird" (jbird@total.net)
                Subject: Opportunity in Russia

03-30 March 97  Sender:  Paul Richardson (ris@sover.net)
                Subject: NEW STUFF!

04-30 March 97  Sender:  "Sonja Franeta" (sonja@webbnet.com)
                Subject: Women's cruise in Russia

05-30 March 97  Sender:  cwcollins1@juno.com (Charles W Collins)
                Subject: Looking for pen-pal.

06-30 March 97  Sender:  "Cynthia Bowes" (holton@holton.pp.kiev.ua)
                Subject: looking for people

07-30 March 97  Sender:  David Stickney (david@wvb.gomel.by)
                Subject: Looking for an organization.

08-30 March 97  Sender:  Rammeg@aol.com
                Subject: For henry levine

09-30 March 97  Sender:  "Thomas Robinson Jr." (trobinso@leo.vsla.edu)
                Subject: Re: Digest for 97-03-26

10-30 March 97  Sender:  Tver InterContact Group (renyxa@redline.ru)
                Subject: Yet another announcement from Tver for F&P digest

11-30 March 97  Sender:  Brent Dejong (bdejong@sunflowr.usd.edu)
                Subject: Re: Digest for 97-03-24 - Special Issue

12-30 March 97  Sender:  David Stickney (david@wvb.gomel.by)
                Subject: Getting on the bandwagon pays

13-30 March 97  Sender:  "Gennadiy N. Karopa" (gnkaropa@karopa.gomel.by)
                Subject: from:Gennadiy Karopa(Green Class,Belarus)

14-30 March 97  Sender:  Ilya Shlyakhter (ilya_shl@MIT.EDU)
                Subject: okaziya to St.Petersburg needed

15-30 March 97  Sender:  bimasena@indo.net.id
                Subject: Need info for my Homepage

16-30 March 97  Sender:  mac@MAINE.MAINE.EDU (Dennis McConnell)
                Subject: Program Coordinator - Norwich University Russian
School

17-30 March 97  Sender:  IFA (ifa19@idt.net)
                Subject: income opportunity

18-30 March 97  Sender:  IFA (ifa19@idt.net)
                Subject: Re: artists of folk art in Moscow

19-30 March 97  Sender:  Bohdan@TRYZUB.com (Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj)
                Subject: The Ukrainian Weekly Preview (plus TOC!) March


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** 01 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Leonid A. Levtov" (sl@jola.belpak.vitebsk.by)
Subject: FOR URGENTLY HELP!!!!


I only in this time can move from clinica on 1-2 h.
( I in clinica - with my mother, mother is very-very bad-
may be did...) I need very-very urgently HAFETOL and LESPINIFRIL-

this manufactured in France and not have here...others (if there are - I
not know...)  medicine I need any prompt who can I save my mother - because
local doctors simpy waite when organism of my mother stop to struggle, and
not make any really help!  Remind, that my mother amputete leg, in this
time begin refusal of kidney!

Wo find me hope?!?

May be is possible of urgently remove mother to really good clinica?

sincerely, Leonid Levtov.

p.s.  please not that I again move to clinica in Vitebsk, there not have
any modem connection (I not can operative e-mail), but there in clinica
have phone: 27597 ( code of Vitebsk +375 2122)


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P.O.box 21, 211540, Republic Belarus
Tel. home  (+Intl. 375 ) 2139 23285
e-mail ( only for smail info, please!)  SL@JOLA.BELPAK.VITEBSK.BY

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Sender:  "Judith M. Bird" (jbird@total.net)
Subject: Opportunity in Russia


I am posting the attached at the request of my daughter who has been working
as an English language teacher at Ramiss, the institute in question, since
graduating last summer with a B.A. from the University of British Columbia
in Vanvouver, B.C.

I would like to ask any of you who are in a position to do so (e.g. at
university faculties with students in Russian/Slavic Studies departments) to
disseminate this announcement in such a way that it may reach potential
candidates.  This would be much appreciated.

As a newcomer to this list, I trust this is an appropriate forum for such a
message.

One further point: from my experience over the last year, I would recommend
that anyone interested contact Ramiss by email.  "Snail mail" to and from
Penza seems to be quite erratic, letters often take up to 2 months to be
delivered.

Thank you.

Judith Bird
Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
(514)482-2097
email: jbird@total.net

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Welcome to Russia!

"Umom Rossiyu ne ponyat'
Arshinom obschim ne izmerit'
U ney osobennaya stat'
V Rossiyu mozhno tol'ko verit'."
                              -F. Tyutchev

What better way to understand the Russian language and culture than to
immerse oneself completely in it?  Ramiss, a non-profit organization in
Penza (the real heart of Russia!) can give you this opportunity.  Our
language centre is looking for English language teachers.  During the
academic year, we offer individual and small group lessons for all levels
and ages.  In the summer we organize English language day camps for
school children.  Schedules are flexible, and allow enough time for
"experiencing" Russian life.

During the summer, teachers are welcome to come for short periods of time
(from 1 month).  During the academic year we would prefer commitments of
minimum 6 months.

You can contact us directly for more information at the following address:

Russia
440004 Penza
Ul. Experimentalnaya 6-27
Oksana Nikitina

e-mail:  office@ramiss.penza.com.ru

We hope to hear from you soon!

Oksana Nikitina
Ramiss Language Centre

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Sender:  Paul Richardson (ris@sover.net)
Subject: NEW STUFF!


There are just a few days left to sign up for the April Joke extravaganza on
RusLife Online mailing list!

Go to the url below and follow the signs to Russian Life, then punch the
OnLine logo...

MORE NEWS: Win a free trip to Moscow, courtesy of the Moscow City Government.
Again, follow the url below to Russian Life homepage and find out how
answering 10 questions can get you an all expense paid trip to Moscow!

FINALLY: We've updated Russian Life's Top Ten Russian pages... There are some
beauts and some top dogs have been unseated!
--
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Paul Richardson                            ris@sover.net
RIS Publications  *Books, maps and periodicals on Russia
Vermont & Moscow      fax 802-223-6105 * ph 802-223-4955
    http://www.friends-partners.org/rispubs/rispubs.html

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Sender:  "Sonja Franeta" (sonja@webbnet.com)
Subject: Women's cruise in Russia


Dear Friends,

	I will be lecturing on women of Russia on a beautiful river cruise in
July. I have travelled extensively, studied about, and worked in Russia.
Please join us. For more information write to  DreamQuest@compuserve.com

DreamQuest Travel is offering an EXCLUSIVE "Women in Russia" 13-day river
cruise and land tour July 1 - 13, 1997. Special talks focused on the Women
of Russia will be given by San Francisco Bay area lecturer, Ms. Sonja
Franeta. Participants will cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg while
visiting Uglich, Kostroma, Yaroslav, Goritsky, Kizhi on Lake Onega & Svir
Story.

The cost of $2498 per person, double occupancy, includes roundtrip air to
Russia from San Francisco or LAX, cruise aboard the m.s. Karamzin, all port
taxes, all meals, entertainment and activities on board, Russian guest
lecturer, English speaking on-board guides and cruise staff, all shore
excursions, ground transfers, concerts, Moscow and St. Petersburg tours.
Price from NY is $2248. Other US departure cities are available. For
individuals traveling alone, single occupancy cabins are available at a
higher price or we can assist in finding you a roommate.


Thank you,
Sonja Franeta

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Sender:  cwcollins1@juno.com (Charles W Collins)
Subject: Looking for pen-pal.


    American school teacher, 50-year-old male from Tennessee, would like
to correspond with a resident of one of  the former Soviet Union
countries.   My friend in Moscow, Georgy Sidelnikov, has evidently lost
his means of communicating on the internet.  I miss our former
correspondence.  I wish to begin a correspondence with a citizen who
speaks a little English.

Wayne Collins
cwcollins1@juno.com

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Sender:  "Cynthia Bowes" (holton@holton.pp.kiev.ua)
Subject: looking for people.


Am looking for people to correspond with worldwide.  My name is Inna Khadyka,
and I am a Belarusian citizen living in Minsk Belarus.  I am 30 years old,
studying at Belarusian State University, towards a degree in Art History.  I
love music, art, history and languages.  I am currently Country Director for
a private Swiss foundation, who supports the activites of clowns, trained
in theater,  who entertain sick and dying children in hospitals around
Belarus. It is very a very emotionally trying job, but also very rewarding.
Our country is undergoing some signifigant changes, and this is a difficult
place to live sometimes.  It is always a cheerful event to speak to others,
and I would love to correspond to anyone by e-mail (or regular mail).
Please "mark for" attention to:
Inna Khadyka  at          master@CSCmin.minsk.by

** 07 **********************************************************************

Sender:  David Stickney (david@wvb.gomel.by)
Subject: Looking for an organization.


Greetings friends,.

I am looking for a group called the Institute of Stable Communities,??? (
ISC USA)  The worked with a project in Ukraine in Donbasse with the
creation of an ecological center "EkoDonbass".

If anyone has any information on how to contact  ISC of the EkoDonbass
ecological center, please contact me. Your help will be of great assistance
to a local NGO.

Hint, If you print a brochure telling what great job some group is doing,
put in the contact information. :)

** 08 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Rammeg@aol.com
Subject: For henry levine


hi,
My name is Ramzan Magomedov. I found your note on the Digest.
I am originally from Russia. Came to this country 5 years ago.I have business
experience and just recently became a part of a partnership. We want to do
business in Russia. Since we have the contacts and experience in both
countries, it looks like a good idea. I am interested to "hear" what kind of
ideas you have for that market. We do not have any particular area of
concentration so anything could be a fair game. Let me know if you are
interested in exploring some posibilities.
thank you.
Ramzan

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Sender:  "Thomas Robinson Jr." (trobinso@leo.vsla.edu)
Subject: Re: Digest for 97-03-26




greetings everyone, I join others in commending you for
maintaining such a useful and interesting net.  I will soon be
traveling to Moscow to assist in bringing the giant Russian
IL-76 "Waterbomber" aircraft to the United States to fight
wildland fires.  It will soon be in use in several other
countries as well.  I would be interested in chatting with
anyone familiar with Russian firefighting or the IL-76
aircraft.  Thanks, Tom Robinson, Administrator, Global
Emergency Response, Air Routing International, Houston, Texas

** 10 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Tver InterContact Group (renyxa@redline.ru)
Subject: Yet another announcement from Tver for F&P digest


Dear Editors:

Please, announce the information below in one the next
F&P issues. Thank you in advance.

Dmitry Solovyov
Information Specialist
Tver InterContact Group

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SEMINARS ON RUSSIAN TRANSLATION
AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Tver, Russian Federation
International Institute of Russian Language and Culture
Tver State University
))) April 28 - May 26, 1997
))) August 30 - September 27, 1997

The International Institute of Russian Language and Culture in
conjunction with Tver State University announce the first in a series
of annual seminars on translation and communication studies.

The seminars will be held in Tver, one of the leading Russian centers
for Philological and Communication Sciences.

The seminar is designed for students of Russian Language, Translation
Arts and East European Studies as well as professional translators and
instructors.

The seminar is a month-long training module which includes practical
and special courses on modern Russian communication, linguistics and
translation studies, open discussions of both practical and
theoretical issues of translation and interpreting methodology as well
as a brief internship within the Translation and Communication
Support Unit of the Tver InterContact Group.


PARTICIPATION PREREQUISITES
Seminar participants should have an adequate (minimum Intermediate)
command of the Russian language. Translation labs and internship
assignments will also require a high level of proficiency in English,
German or French.


PROGRAM CONTENTS

((( Practical Russian Language Courses )))
[Dr. Elena Tolkacheva, Dr. Nina Fedotova, Dr. Valentina Nefedyeva]
One of the major program components is the General Communication
Course, aimed at expanding the students' vocabulary and developing
advanced conversation skills. Classes will be conducted in small (4-6
students) groups, for Intermediate to Advanced levels,
4-6 hours a week.

Students will have from 4 to 6 hours of General Practical Russian
Language Course of the Intermediate or Advanced Level

((( Special Russian Language Courses )))
[Dr. Yuri Varzonin, Dr. Mikhail Makarov, Dr. Marina Oborina]
Mass Media Language, Russian for Business Communication,
Russian Language Styles, Rhetoric and Composition,
4-6 hours a week

((( Translation Courses )))
[Dr. Georgiy Bogin, Dr. Natalya Anisimova, Dr. Stanislav Krestinsky]
Text Analysis and Interpretation, Rhetorical Criticism of Translation,
Translation and Interpreting Labs
6-8 hours a week

((( Area Studies Courses )))
[Dr. Anatoliy Gurin, Dr. Svetlana Gorshkova, Dr. Tatyana Boitsova]
Russian Literary Traditions of the 19th and 20th Centuries,
History of Post-Communist Russia, Modern Trends in Russian Arts
and Culture
4-6 hours per week

 ((( Internship )))
Program participants are invited to take part in a supervised
internship at the Translation and Communication Support Unit of Tver
InterContact Group as editors or translators, from two evenings each
week. Training in Russian touch-typing is also available.

((( Panels and Roundtable Discussions )))
Weekly meetings with leading scholars from Moscow and Tver higher
education institutions, professional translators and interpreters,
Tver State University Modern Languages School graduate students.
Some discussion topics are:
*** "Neperevodimoye" in Translation (Russian vs. Western realities
in translation);
*** Translation of Literary Texts: Are Cultural Values Preserved?;
*** Translation and the Dialogue of Cultures

((( Consultations )))
2-4 hours a week according to individual interest on specific
language learning issues as well as special translation and
communication issues

DAILY SCHEDULE
10:00 - 11:30 - General/Special Russian Language Courses
11:30 - 12:15 - Tea/Coffee Break
12:15 - 13:45 - Translation Courses
13:45 - 15:00 - Lunch Break
15:00 - 16:30 - Area Studies Courses
16:30 - 17:30 - Individual Consultations/Cultural Enrichment Program
17:30 - 21:00 - Cultural Enrichment Program/Internship

CERTIFICATES
At the completion of the program, the International Institute of
Russian Language and Culture's Academic Council will award each
participant an official certificate showing the courses completed,
indicating the total number of hours of study in each topic. The
certificate is confirmed by the Tver Regional Board of Education and
co-accredited by Tver State University.

CULTURAL ORIENTATION PROGRAM
The seminar will be organized in the ancient city of Tver, capital of
the Tver region, on the main route between Moscow and St. Petersburg.
It is a safe and friendly city with a population of 500,000, founded
in the 12th century along the banks of the Volga River. With a wide
range of museums, theaters, concert halls and student centers
there are numerous opportunities for education, cultural enrichment
and recreational activities.

The seminar's cultural orientation program includes 1-2 excursions per
week.

((( LOCAL ))) Museum of Russian Arts and Crafts, Tver State Picture
Gallery, Boat trip on the Volga River

((( OUT OF TOWN )))
MOSCOW: Red Square and the Kremlin, the historic Arbat Street and the
Tretyakov Gallery
ST. PETERSBURG: Nevsky Prospekt, St. Isaac's Cathedral, Peter and
Paul's Fortress, Petrodvorets
TORZHOK: a 1,000-year-old town, 60 km from Tver, with well-preserved
provincial architecture, nobility manor houses, cultural, historical and
religious sites, Outdoor Museum of Russian Wooden Architecture and
the Pushkin Museum

FREE TIME OPPORTUNITIES
Students may choose from a variety of activities, such as going to
clubs, cafes, movies, sporting events, exploring the city or spending
time with Russian colleagues.

REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
To register for the seminar, contact us via telephone, fax, or
electronic mail. To make our exchange of information and necessary
documents more expedient, please indicate your exact address. Upon
receipt of each student's application form, the program's administration
will issue an official invitation which will allow the student
to obtain a visa from his country's Russian Consulate.

Students are responsible for their own travel arrangements to and from
Russia. Upon receipt of the application and according to the
immigration legislation in effect at the time of arrival, the
Institute will advise each student as to any health insurance and or
requirements for entry into the Russian Federation.

The Institute will meet and arrange transportation from the Moscow
international transport terminals to Tver. Upon the program's
completion, the Institute will escort the student to the international
air or railway station in Moscow for the return trip.


ACCOMMODATION
All participants are offered two types of accommodation:

* Living in a carefully selected Russian family (a separate room for
one with all modern conveniences). This option includes half-board:
breakfast and supper. Students are usually invited to participate in
all family activities.
* Private apartment (no meals).


FOR MORE INFORMATION
please contact

International Institute of Russian Language and Culture
c/o Tver InterContact Group
PO Box 0565
Central Post Office
170000 Tver, Russia

Phone: +7.0822.425419 (425439); Fax:+7.0822.426210
E-mail: renyxa@redline.ru or inforuss@postman.ru

Visit our website at http://www.postman.ru/volga

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Sender:  Brent Dejong (bdejong@sunflowr.usd.edu)
Subject: Re: Digest for 97-03-24 - Special Issue


I wish to announce to the friends and partners readership that I'm opening
my webpage for public access.  I've lived and worked in Russia for over
a year and have written on subjects which include crime in Russia, the
situation facing Russia's elderly and the regulation and reorganization of
Russian banking.  My page also contains some humourous information dealing
with Radio 7, the former English language broadcast station in Moscow and
other items far too diverse to mention.
To some extent my posting of this Russian information is self-serving
since I am graduating from law school in 2 more months and I'm actively
seeking employment.  You will find my resume included within the Russian
materials section.  Whether or not my website aids my job search,  I'm
certain that my writings will provide your readership with a fresh
perspective that varies from the popular perspective as reported in the
media.
I welcome you to come see the results of my efforts.
http://www.usd.edu/~bdejong

Thanks for your time,

Brent De Jong
bdejong@sunflowr.usd.edu

** 12 **********************************************************************

Sender:  David Stickney (david@wvb.gomel.by)
Subject: Getting on the bandwagon pays


Zhirinovski's Liberal Democratic Party recently sent 2 busloads of people
from Gomel to demonstrate in Minsk. Each of the particpants are paid 70,000
Belarussian Rubles daily for their involvement in the sanctioned march
against the unsanctioned demonstrators in the center of the capital.

That works out to about $90 a month, one of the better paying professions
in Belarus.

** 13 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Gennadiy N. Karopa" (gnkaropa@karopa.gomel.by)
Subject: from:Gennadiy Karopa(Green Class,Belarus)


Hi evereboby!  My name is Gennadiy Karopa.  I'm living in
Gomel(Belarus).I'm a President of the Byelorussian National Association
Green Class and a docient of Gomel State University.  I want to find my new
friends and to establish contacts with educational specialists and
environmentalists from USA. Now I am working at my book for teachers "The
Theory and Methods of Environmental education".I need information about
environmental education in USA and UK. Thank you.  Dr.G.Karopa.(Green
Class,Sovetskaya, 106/65,Gomel, 246 028,Belarus.Tel.:(0232)56-99-17)

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Sender:  Ilya Shlyakhter (ilya_shl@MIT.EDU)
Subject: okaziya to St.Petersburg needed


Dear Ilya Shachter:

I asked a friend, Heather Goolsby (e-mail: GROUMALL@aol.com) to write for
me a few weeks back, but now you can send me an e-mail directly.  I am a
writer, who had been to Russia 3 times.  I have a letter I'd like to send
as soon as I can with a reliable messenger, if you know of anyone going
to St. Petersburg any time soon.  I'd need a few days' lead time to get
them the letter.

My address:  Judy Hogan, 12 Winterberry Way,Chapel Hill, N.C. 27516
Phone: 919-932-5574.

My e-mail is at work, where I am 10:30-3:30 M-F normally, my boss is M.
Joseph Hakan, and the company is Rental Housing Preservation.  I'm the
main one on the computer, and I check e-mail 2-3 times a day.  Thanks for
any help you can give me.  Work # is 919-933-1333.

Sincerely,


Judy Hogan

------- End of Forwarded Message

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Sender:  bimasena@indo.net.id
Subject: Need info for my Homepage


Dear friends !

I am now building a homepage which is located at :

                www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/9009

It presents the what and who about various defence systems and the profiles
of armed forces of nations in this small blue planet Earth.

Because I am lack of information about it, please help me to inform about
it. You may send to me any pictures, real story about heroism, or anything
which makes any of us respect our heroes and heroines and hopes there will
never again a war. Let them exist for the mankind existence...

Peace and regards from Indonesia,

Dayan.

** 16 **********************************************************************

Sender:  mac@MAINE.MAINE.EDU (Dennis McConnell, Maine Business School)
Subject: Program Coordinator - Norwich University Russian School


The  following position announcement appeared early today on  the
CIVILSOC  list,  and may be of interest to some members  of  this
list.  Please direct questions to the numbers/addresses  provided
in the announcement.
-----------------------------------------------------------------
     Program Coordinator - Norwich University Russian School
-----------------------------------------------------------------
The  Norwich University Russian School, a total-immersion  summer
language program, announces an opening for the Program  Coordina-
tor  position,  full time for the period April  21-September  30,
1997 with the possibility of continuing through the full academic
year.

The  Program  Coordinator  is responsible for  all  basic  office
functions,  working  with  the Dean to  determine  financial  aid
awards,  recruiting plans, procedures for incoming  international
students and faculty, paying bills, managing operating budget and
other duties as necessary.

BA  and office experience required; proficiency in Russian  is  a
plus.

Applicants should immediately direct cover letter and resume  to:

                         Human Resources
                       Norwich University
                      Northfield, VT 05663
                       Fax: (802)485-2042

If you have questions, please feel free to call (802-485-2165) or
send e-mail (Russian@Norwich.edu).
-----------------------------------------------------------------

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Sender:  IFA (ifa19@idt.net)
Subject: income opportunity


Private American firm operated by American-Russian couple seeks very
resourceful agents in Russia and the former USSR. We offer a highly
attractive introduction service designed specifically to serve mature,
successful women and men interested in meeting sincere American
counterparts.
If you are resourceful and aggressive, you can realize a high income
with a minimum investment of time.
We operate our service with a very high ethical standard and require the
same from our agents.
For more detailed information contact Alla Stanton in Atlanta, Ga., USA
at:

ifa19@mail.idt.net
phone - (770) 819-4019
fax - (770) 941-9665

** 18 **********************************************************************

Sender:  IFA (ifa19@idt.net)
Subject: Re: artists of folk art in Moscow


We are interested in meeting directly with artists of Russian folk art.
We frequently travel to Moscow and are interested in meeting with those
artists producing matrioshkas, lacquer boxes, glass bead and leather
(and other) jewelry, hohloma and other productions.
Would appreciate any contact information.
Reply to Royce or Stanton at: ifa19@mail.idt.net

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Sender:  Bohdan@TRYZUB.com (Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj)
Subject: Ukraine FAQ Plus: The Ukrainian Weekly Preview (plus TOC!) March


Greetings,

   The latest *preview* of the Ukrainian Weekly is now available
on the Ukraine FAQ Plus site!  This is an exclusive regular
feature each week containing timely and the most up to date
information on Ukraine and the Ukrainian Diaspora available
on Internet.

* * * * * * *
A new feature - the Table of Contents (TOC) for the issue is now available!
* * * * * * *

   The Ukrainian Weekly is the largest weekly newspaper (in English)
extant in the Western world covering Ukrainian issues both in Ukraine
and in the Ukrainian Diaspora.   The preview is available on Internet at
the address of the Ukraine FAQ Plus Project.  You can obtain
subscription information in order to read the complete articles
when you visit the web-site.  The Ukrainian Weekly is funded by
the Ukrainian National Association and your subscriptions.  Their website
may be perused at http://www.tryzub.com/UNA/.

   We also have a new little section in the "About Ukraine" page
where people may request that their pages dealing (accurately)
with Ukraine may be enplaced!  Drop us an email at faq@tryzub.com

   Please note that one may now browse the FAQ project using
an advanced three dimensional navigational tool.  Point your
browser to http://www.tryzub.com/ for information on how
to download the plug-in for your browser and the actual "mcf"
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TryzubSite is one of the quickest growing and most visited sites for matters
Ukrainian on Internet. Located at http://www.tryzub.com/, it is currently
host to several organizations. For information and to report problems
such as these, e-mail should always be sent to the attention of the sitežs
webmaster to the address: WebMaster@TRYZUB.com. Contacting the webmaster
is the best way to guarantee that any problems are resolved in the most
efficient
manner.
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*   *   *   *


The address of the Ukraine FAQ Plus Project is now:

http://www.std.com/sabre/UKRAINE.html

Either click the button labelled "Current Events" by the
Tryzub (Trident) graphic or scroll down and click the
"Current Events" section summary to access this latest
news.

As always, please feel free to email us at faq@tryzub.com
with comments.   We always are looking for contributions
as well.


                                Regards,

             	 Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj



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        bohdan@panix.com                       Personal email
        bohdan@tryzub.com                     Business email
        faq@tryzub.com                          Ukraine FAQ+ email
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To visit the FRIENDS WWW server, use the following URLs if you have
a World Wide Web browser:  http://www.friends-partners.org/friends/
                           http://alice.ibpm.serpukhov.su/friends/

If you don't have a WWW browser, just telnet to solar.rtd.utk.edu
and enter 'friends' (in lower case and without the quotes) at the
login prompt.

or those who need it, the IP address of our computers are 198.78.213.165
                                                          193.124.128.211

Please address any comments, questions, or suggestions to your
moderators:

  Natasha Bulashova, natasha@alice.ibpm.serpukhov.su
  Greg Cole, gcole@solar.rtd.utk.edu