Digest for August 05, 1998

Digest for August 05, 1998

                          Table of Contents


01-05 August 98  Sender:  lugo@eleve.emn.fr
                 Subject: from rafael lugo

02-05 August 98  Sender:  ggaulke@nutecnet.com.br
                 Subject: from Głnther Gaulke

03-05 August 98  Sender:  netri@hotmail.com
                 Subject: from netri

04-05 August 98  Sender:  boyz@Pottsville.infi.net
                 Subject: from Sandra Balsavage


01-05 August 98  Sender:  Kimberly Bartlett (kim@sabre.org)
                 Subject: Internet training provider

02-05 August 98  Sender:  "T. S. White" (tswrace@ibm.net)
                 Subject: Russian festival in Santa Cruz, California.

03-05 August 98  Sender:  Benno Eidus (eidus@ICON.IMOK.UFL.EDU)
                 Subject: Thanks F&P! It is the very things! Eto samoje 
                 to! It works!

04-05 August 98  Sender:  DPHarvey (John_Q_Doe@email.mobil.com)
                 Subject: Russian American Contacts

05-05 August 98  Sender:  Sanoma Lee Kellogg (skellogg@aaas.org)
                 Subject: Scientist Listserv

06-05 August 98  Sender:  daria_9.yahoomail.com
                 Subject: comment about /friends/home.html

07-05 August 98  Sender:  Hima Muttana (Hima_Muttana@Brown.edu)
                 Subject: Senior Thesis Research on Central Asia

08-05 August 98  Sender:  "Mark S. Deion" (marks@deionassociates.com)
                 Subject: Reference Links

09-05 August 98  Sender:  amhvid@irex.org
                 Subject: Teacher Training Program

10-05 August 98  Sender:  DAVID COATES (azrael@epix.net)
                 Subject: obtaining visas for russians to visit us

11-05 August 98  Sender:  Jamilya (jamilya@khj.td.silk.org)
                 Subject: hello

12-05 August 98  Sender:  Alexander Fedoseev (fedor@saturn.silk.org)
                 Subject: From Alex

13-05 August 98  Sender:  P-flamingo@webtv.net
                 Subject: surname Apartov======

14-05 August 98  Sender:  Lazarus3@mindspring.com
                 Subject: email addresses of Ukrainians and Russians in US

15-05 August 98  Sender:  Nicholas Pishvanov (srpish@erols.com)
                 Subject: PISHVANOV, searching

16-05 August 98  Sender:  Larry Dershem (rusold@showme.missouri.edu)
                 Subject: Russian home page

17-05 August 98  Sender:  "Benno Eidus" (nfn05341@naples.net)
                 Subject: Ivano-Frankivska obl.UKRAINE

18-05 August 98  Sender:  Center for Civil Society International
                 Subject: US-Georgia Partnership Program

19-05 August 98  Sender:  "Hannele Oksman" (Hannele.Oksman@kyamk.fi)
                 Subject: Permission for linking

20-05 August 98  Sender:  lmgmsk@dol.ru
                 Subject: russian government

21-05 August 98  Sender:  "Serghei Oushakine" (G96Ous72@STUDENT.CEU.HU)
                 Subject: Accounting Training in Georgia (Republic)

22-05 August 98  Sender:  TCo8967638@aol.com
                 Subject: Bulgarian language

23-05 August 98  Sender:  javajive@interlog.com (Cuppa Coffee)
                 Subject: Russian fonts for artwork

24-05 August 98  Sender:  Rostyslav (poctuk@top.net)
                 Subject: shipping to Russia

APPENDIX:        LISTSERV address & basic procedures



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

Sender:  lugo@eleve.emn.fr
Subject: from rafael lugo

Hi!  This site is really great.  I'm a venezuelan boy, I 22, and I'm
studying in France.  I speak a little bit russian (and also french and
spanish)and I would like to correspond with russian people and to get more
information about Russian Culture...I hope that one day I will see the Red

** 02 **********************************************************************

Sender:  ggaulke@nutecnet.com.br
Subject: from Głnther Gaulke

Hello Cyberspace-Friends!  I'm from Brazil.  If your name is GAULKE or
OTHER NAME e-mail me.  Friendly greetings from Brazil.  Freundliche Gruesse
aus Brasilien.  http://www.teutonia-latina.net/homepages/index.htm I look
for friendship worldwide.  Yours sincerely, Głnther Gaulke, P.O.Box 101,
BR-94400-970 VIAMAO, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil, South America

** 03 **********************************************************************

Sender:  netri@hotmail.com
Subject: from netri

Hi, my name is Netri (female).  I'm from Indonesia.  I'm a student of
english Department of Sanata Dharma Yogyakarta, Indonesia.  Now I'm working
on my thesis.  My thesis will explore leo Tolstoy's novel, entitled ANA
KARENINA. UNfrotunately, there're not many references I can find here in my
city.  THose who have any information about the novel, please write me on
my e-mail add: Netri@hotmail.com I desperately need the references about
the novel.

Thanks in advance,


** 04 **********************************************************************

Sender:  boyz@Pottsville.infi.net
Subject: from Sandra Balsavage

Hi just ran across your site by accident.I am adding my e-mail address if
any one would like to be friends .Thanks,Sandra


Please continue to send your e-mail to friends@solar.rtd.utk.edu.

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

Sender:  Kimberly Bartlett (kim@sabre.org)
Subject: Internet training provider

Please post the following on the "Friends and Partners site" where
Thank you.


Sabre Foundation, Inc., founded in 1969, is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3)
charitable organization registered as a Private Voluntary Organization
with USAID.  Sabre specializes in providing college, secondary and
elementary level educational materials to institutions and individuals
in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and selected countries in
other regions of the world.


Through Sabre's newest initiative, Informaion Technology Seminars, Sabre
helps organizations and individuals from transitional societies take
advantage of rapidly evolving Internet and related information
technologies by providing customized training seminars at its facility
in Cambridge, MA.

Sabre is experienced in customizing seminars that combine hands-on
learning, demonstrations, and supplemental materials.  Seminars are
designed to reflect the professional backgrounds and goals of the
participants.  Programs can last from one day to one month, and are for
any skill level.  An important part of Sabre's training is the off-site
visits with professional counterparts and institutions in the Boston
area.  Sabre believes that U.S.-based training allows a trainee to
experience how Internet-related technologies support and are integrated
into a democratic and market-based society.

Due to the generosity of a private donor, Sabre is able to provide
Information Technology Seminars (I.T.S.) for a minimal charge.  In fact,
the only cost to participants (or their sponsoring organizations) is the
travel to Boston and room and board while in the area.
Sabre can help arrange accommodations.  On a fee-for-service basis,
Sabre can also conduct training sessions outside the United States.

Sabre's clients have included lawyers, medical professionals, librarians
and academics.  Access to information technologies and contacts in the
U.S. have proved valuable to all participants.  For more information
about Information Technology Seminars see Sabre's Website at
http://www.sabre.org/ or send an e-mail to kim@sabre.org.

** 02 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "T. S. White" (tswrace@ibm.net)
Subject: Russian festival in Santa Cruz, California.

For anyone interested in Russian culture and social activities
that lives in the Bay Area there is a Russian Festival Sunday Aug.
9, 1998, in Santa Cruz, Ca.  The festival will feature Russian
food, entetainment, gifts, and much more.  It is presented by the
Russian American Circle cultural club of Santa Cruz.

The festival will be held at Harvey West Park in Santa Cruz at the
community building near the swimming pool.  The festival is open
from Noon until 6:00 PM on Sunday Aug. 9, 1998.  Anyone is welcome
to join in the festival.  There is authentic Russian food and
culture for everyone to enjoy.  Harvey West Park is near the
Costco Store in Santa Cruz, just off of the intersection of
Highway One and Highway Nine.  Come and enjoy yourselves.


** 03 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Benno Eidus (eidus@ICON.IMOK.UFL.EDU)
Subject: Thanks F&P! It is the very things! Eto samoje to! It works!

>If anyone has a method to send an email and convert this emails to a
>wire telegram in Russia, could you give me advice?
>Benno Eidus

Saw your message in friends&partners.  You might want to try:

Hope this helps.

       "Definitive Analysis & Strategic Implementation"
E-MAIL:  marks@deionassociates.com
URL:     http://www.deionassociates.com
TEL:     + 401-732-0457    FAX:  + 401-732-8767

** 04 **********************************************************************

Sender:  DPHarvey (John_Q_Doe@email.mobil.com)
Subject: Russian American Contacts

I am seeking contacts with Russian/Americans or other former CIS
residents who live in the southwest Louisiana and southeast Texas
regions of the USA. My wife is Russian and we seek to make friends and

Michael J. Mitchell

** 05 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Sanoma Lee Kellogg (skellogg@aaas.org)
Subject: Scientist Listserv

Dear F&P:

I wanted to update you on the American Association for the Advancement
of Science's "Scientist to Scientist" newsletter.  We are no longer
publishing the hardcopy version (lack of funding) but we now have a
listserv called "Scientist".  This format allows us to send out timely
information about grants, cooperative projects, funding opportunities,
and resources for scientists and engineers in East Central Europe and
Central Asia.

To subscribe, send a message to Majordomo@aaas.org  Leave the subject
blank, and in the body of the message, type:  subscribe scientist <your
e-mail address > (without "<>").

All messages are then posted to our "Scientist" website located at:

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly at:

Thank you.

Karen Grill
Program Associate
Europe and Central Asia Program

** 06 **********************************************************************

Sender:  daria-9.mail.yahoo.com
Subject: comment about /friends/home.html

          Name: Daria
 Email-address: daria-9.mail.yahoo.com

 I love this page!  It's great except write more information in russian.
And change the background, I mean the color.  You can't even read anything
on blue.  Make the letter black.  Thank you.  P.S. I am from Russia

(subsequent message)
I love it!  I lovw it!  I love it!  One person already wrote to me.  I love
this webpage.  I love meeting people on the web.Whoever you are who came up
with this idea, it's great!Make something more interesting, like do the
same thing with France.  Thank you, and keep doing this wonderful work:-)

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

Sender:  Hima Muttana (Hima_Muttana@Brown.edu)
Subject: Senior Thesis Research on Central Asia

Hello!  I am currently a senior at Brown University working on my honors
thesis.  I am a Russian Studies concentrator researching nongovernmental
organizations in Central Asia particularly focusing on HIV/AIDS work that
has been going on.  If anyone has any suggestions, comments, information,
contacts, or anything else please let me know, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Hima Muttana

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

Sender:  "Mark S. Deion" (marks@deionassociates.com)
Subject: Reference Links

Dear Friends and Partners;

We have recently completed the development of our links page which can
be accessed at: http://www.deionassociates.com/hplist/

There are 2000+ links listed in various categories.  For those
interested in links pertaining to the Former Soviet Union, I suggest
selecting the full table of contents, then select the specific
country/category of choice.  There are numerous other categories
available, many related to business development.

This links page will be frequently updated, and recent updates will be
posted to the "What's New" section to make it easier for frequent
visitors to determine what has been added.

The main corporate web site at: http://www.deionassociates.com will be
undergoing major reconstruction, so we apologize in advance for any
confusion on that site during this process.

We hope this links page provides access to the many resources available
on the internet.

As always, Best regards to the people responsible for F&P.  This is a
GREAT program.


Mark S.
Mapk C.
       "Definitive Analysis & Strategic Implementation"
E-MAIL:  marks@deionassociates.com
URL:     http://www.deionassociates.com
TEL:     + 401-732-0457    FAX:  + 401-732-8767

** 09 **********************************************************************

Sender:  amhvid@irex.org
Subject: Teacher Training Program


WASHINGTON, DC - The International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX),
a Washington-based international non-profit organization that manages
exchange and professional training programs in Central and Eastern
Europe and Eurasia, has been awarded a grant from the United States
Information Agency to administer a two-year, $300,000 teacher training
program in Armenia. The 1998 Elementary-Level Teacher Education in
Armenia Program will focus on updating the curriculum and fine-tuning
training for in-service and pre-service elementary-level teachers in
Armenia.  In Armenia today the need for educational assistance far
outweighs the country's resources. Approximately 24,000 students are
currently enrolled in elementary to middle school programs. In five to
10 years they will become the generation that defines the direction
and values of democratic Armenia.  What they are taught now will
influence future choices concerning statehood, economic development,
and social discourse. To help meet this challenge, IREX will assemble
eighteen representatives of Armenia's elementary schools and
pedagogical institutes, together with Armenian Ministry of Education
officials and US experts on elementary education, to assess the needs
for pre-service and in-service teacher training at the elementary
level. A nationwide recruitment campaign will identify and select six
Armenian educators for three months of intensive training at a US
university in instructional methods, curriculum design, classroom
management, and student assessment. This group will receive technical
assistance in library research techniques, computer usage and the
Internet, and will visit US elementary schools. As the Armenia team,
these six educators will concentrate during the US portion of the
program on the development of a state-of-the-art teaching manual
covering the five basic areas of elementary education: mathematics,
language (Armenian, Russian, and English), natural science, arts, and
physical education. Following the US Workshop, they will return to
Armenia and pilot test the manual in in-service and pre-service
training programs at eighteen selected pilot-test schools. The 
resulting manual and training program will serve as the basis for a
new elementary-level teaching curriculum throughout Armenia.

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

Sender:  DAVID COATES (azrael@epix.net)
Subject: obtaining visas for russians to visit us


  DAVE   EMAIL: azrael@epix.net

** 11 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Jamilya (jamilya@khj.td.silk.org)
Subject: hello

Hello friends!
My name is Jamilya. I want to make the acguaintance of somebody.
I 'd like to have pen-friends.
Some words about myself. I'm 21, I study in the University. Soon I'll be
in my 5th year at the University. I'm fond of books and music.
My English is not very good, but I am studying this language now, and I
want to write letter in English, in order to improve my knowledge. It
will be a good practice for me. Also I want to know about other countries
and people. It's interesting for me.
If somebody want to write me, my e-mail address is
                         jamilya@khj.td.silk.org .

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

Sender:  Alexander Fedoseev (fedor@saturn.silk.org)
Subject: From Alex

Hi,everybody !
My name is Alex. I am 22 years old university student.I live in
Uzbekistan and  I would like to have penpals in Russia and the USA .
I have many interests and hobbies :learning different  languages and cultures,
reading fiction books,sport ,ets.
I am working now as English and Russian language teacher and can help
those who studies these languages.
 I am currently trying to enter University in the USA or the UK.
 Please, write me to my e-mail address:  fedor@saturn.silk.org

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

Sender:  P-flamingo@webtv.net
Subject: surname Apartov======

looking for any information on this surname====trying to find
ancestors===THANK-YOU SO MUCH====EDIE

** 14 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Lazarus3@mindspring.com
Subject: email addresses of Ukrainians and Russians in US

          Name: Kevin
 Email-address: Lazarus3@mindspring.com

 Is there a list of e-mail address for Ukraianians and/or Russians living
 in the U.S.?  I would like to get it.  Thanks

** 15 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Nicholas Pishvanov (srpish@erols.com)
Subject: PISHVANOV, searching

Searching for members of Pishvanov family, related to Michael or
Alexander Pishvanov, Novocherkask area and River Sal
Nicholas Pishvanov
Springfield VA, USA

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

Sender:  Larry Dershem (rusold@showme.missouri.edu)
Subject: Russian home page

     I have been using your services for years. In fact, I believe the
book mark I have for your home age is the oldest on my computer.
    Recently a Russian friend, and colleague, of mine began his own home
page. His home page provides an interesting look into the personal life
of a Russian social scientist. Take a look and see if it would be an
interestin link in the personal life page.


Larry. Dershem

** 17 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Benno Eidus" (nfn05341@naples.net)
Subject: Ivano-Frankivska obl.UKRAINE

My USA friends are looking for relatives or contacts from

silo Bilshovici
Galichskogo rajona
Ivano-Frankivskoj obl.

Lastnames Belij, Bielij, Belyj, or Hariv, Hariw.

Please write me directly nfn05341@naples.net

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

Sender:  Center for Civil Society International (ccsi@u.washington.edu)
Subject: US-Georgia Partnership Program

      Attention Environmental Education and Health Leaders:
    ISAR and Horizonti Announce US-Georgia Partnership Program

ISAR: Initiative for Social Action and Renewal in Eurasia and Horizonti:
Foundation for the Third Sector in Georgia announce an international
partnership program aimed at encouraging cooperation and long-term
relations between nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) working in the US
and the Republic of Georgia. The program is open to everyone from
grassroots activists to national-level organizers working in the fields of
environmental health and environmental education.

Applicants in both countries must be active members of a not-for-profit,
nongovernmental organization with (501)(c)(3) status in the US and the
status of a not-for-profit organization registered under the Civil Code in
Georgia, and will preferably be leaders within the NGO community.

The objective of the program is for organizations working on similar
issues with like-minded approaches to become acquainted, identify common
goals and collaboratively turn a shared vision into a concrete project.
Initial ties between partners will be established over e-mail. This first
stage will be followed by a visit to the US by the Georgian partner,
during which he/she will serve as an intern at the US partner's
organization for a ten-day period. During both of these stages, partners
will be jointly developing a project on which the two individuals (with
involvement from their organizations) will work collaboratively. The
project is to be implemented in Georgia, and should be both responsive to
local needs and suitable to the strengths of the partners.

Full funding is available for the internship, including international and
domestic travel, accommodations, and a small stipend for US host
organizations.  Limited funding is available on a competitive basis for
the support of developed projects. If the partners decide that the project
should include a visit to Georgia by the US partner, funding for
international travel by the US partner is not available; accommodations
and travel within Georgia are provided.

Georgia is a nation located in the Caucasus region, with roots stretching
back to ancient times. Its language, landscape, and culture are unique,
and Georgia is becoming increasingly renowned for its treasures from fine
wines to cave monasteries which have helped Georgians maintain a distinct
identity throughout centuries of invasion and rule from the outside. Over
the past decade, while facing many hurdles in moving toward a more
democratic society, Georgia has nonetheless witnessed the emergence of an
active public-interest sector. Groups working on both the community and
the national level are addressing the issues that face Georgian society,
from homeless children to energy crises to wildlife habitat loss. Exchange
of expertise on an international level has proven extremely effective over
the past few years, as US and Georgian NGOs have come together in a range
of settings to work cooperatively on problems that are shared by
communities in both countries. ISAR and Horizonti see continued potential
for strong connections between social leaders from the US and Georgia, and
believe that this program will allow valuable new partnerships to be

ISAR is a US NGO working to promote citizen participation and the
development of the nongovernmental sector in the countries of the former
Soviet Union. With offices in the US and Eurasia, ISAR has over fifteen
years of experience in bringing together community activists from these
regions of the world, through conferences, fellowships, exchanges and
cooperative grants programs; these efforts have focused primarily on
supporting the environmental movement in these regions.

Horizonti, formerly ISAR-Georgia, is the first indigenous foundation in
Georgia.  Building on the accomplishments of ISAR-Georgia, which was
founded in 1994, Horizonti works to encourage the growth of the NGO sector
throughout Georgia. Horizonti offers support through information,
technology transfer, and training. Its experienced staff work with
activists and NGOs on a wide range of issues, from community outreach to
media relations to organizational management.

We welcome you to apply. Applications due August 31.  Please contact us
for more information and an application or consult our websites at
<www.isar.org> and < www.horizonti.org>.

In the US:

Michelle Kinman

1601 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 301
Washington, DC  20009
Tel: (202) 387-3034

E-mail: < michelle@isar.org>

In Georgia:

Rusudan Shikhashvili
Gogebashvili 33
Tbilisi, Georgia  380008
Tel: 995 (32) 98-75-04
E-mail: < grants@horizonti.org>

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** 19 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Hannele Oksman" (Hannele.Oksman@kyamk.fi)
Subject: Permission for linking

Dear Sirs,

I am a project coordinator in a project called "Baltic Information Center".
This project is a cooperation between three Finnish libraries : Kymenlaakso
Polytechnic Library, the city library of Kouvola and the library of
translation department in the University of Helsinki.  The aim of this
project is to gather information concerning Baltic countries.  At the end
of this project the information will be placed in the internet.  The
information will be mainly in the form of internet links.

We have made a decision to ask for a permission for those pages that will
be linked to our database.  Therefore we are asking your permission for
linking your homepages.  The permission can be sent in a written form or by
e-mail.  We would be very grateful if we would get your permission.


Hannele Oksman
Project coordinator
Kouvolan kaupunginkirjasto
PL 33
45101  KOUVOLA
Tel.  358 5 829 6354
Fax   358 5 375 6970

** 20 **********************************************************************

Sender:  lmgmsk@dol.ru
Subject: russian government

          Name: Andrej Gross
 Email-address: lmgmsk@dol.ru

 Hello, I was seeking for a list of the actual russian government.
 unfortunately I didnt find such a list even on the official russian gouv
 server.  Could you help me.  Thanks Yours Andrej from Moscow

** 21 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Serghei Oushakine" (G96Ous72@STUDENT.CEU.HU)
Subject: Accounting Training in Georgia (Republic)

                                        x-post from ee-jobs list

      Accounting Training Opportunity in the Republic of Georgia

USAID funded Georgia Enterprise Accounting Reform Project is seeking an
Accounting Professor (University level) to conduct a 6-week long Training
the Trainers Course, starting on September 1, 1998 in Tbilisi (capital of
the Republic of Georgia).

In the light of the project, this is going to be a course for 30 instructors
(professors) of several Georgian Universities to undergo a training session
in western type accounting, so they can start teaching the subject at their
respective Universities. The course has to be based mainly on
Needles/Anderson/Caldwell textbook - "Principles of Accounting". Classes are
designed to take place during second part of the day for 4-5 hours a day,
every business-day. The course can be presented in English with consecutive
interpretation into Georgian language. Materials will be provided to
participants both in English and Georgian

U.S.-Georgia round trip air- fare, lodging in Tbilisi,
office/administrative/logistics related support in Tbilisi are provided.
Compensation is commensurate with experience. U.S. citizenship is not
required for the assignment.

If you interested in this assignment or have any questions, please contact
Mr. Vlad Shekoyan, Senior Advisor, in Tbilisi at (995 32) 986982; fax (995
32) 932257; e-mail: shekoyan@access.sanet.ge.

** 22 **********************************************************************

Sender:  TCo8967638@aol.com
Subject: Bulgarian language

          Name: Terri
 Email-address: TCo8967638@aol.com

 i am looking for information on the bulgarian language.  i understand that
 it is cyrillic.  my sister is adopting a child from bulgaria and we are
 looking for a language assistance for an easier transition to english yet
 helping him maintain his own language.  please e-mail me with suggestions

** 23 **********************************************************************

Sender:  javajive@interlog.com (Cuppa Coffee)
Subject: Russian fonts for artwork

I am looking for some Russian fonts for some artwork, but I am wondering
where I can get them for free. Can you point me in the right direction?

Adam Kennedy, Artist

** 24 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Rostyslav (poctuk@top.net)
Subject: shipping to Russia

Dear Sir or Madam,

Should you or your clients need an envelope, parcel, package, or a
container load of private or commercial cargo to be delivered from
the United States or Canada door-to-door anywhere in Western
CIS countries (former Soviet Union), K.I.T. Corporation is here to
help you out.

More information can be found on our web site:

I will be glad to answer any question you might have regarding
this information.

Translation into Ukrainian is also available


Please forward this message to your friends who might be interested in
this kind of service.

Best regards.

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