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September 11, 1995 | JOHN DART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 2,000 people helped the energetic, Hasidic Jewish movement known as Chabad open a $3.6-million spiritual and educational center Sunday, gaining a traditionalist foothold among the growing number of Jewish families in the western San Fernando Valley and Ventura County.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1995 | JOHN DART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
More than 2,000 people helped the energetic, Hasidic Jewish movement known as Chabad open a $3.6-million spiritual and educational center Sunday, gaining a traditionalist foothold among the growing number of Jewish families in the western San Fernando Valley and Ventura County.
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June 18, 1994 | DOUG SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By outward appearances, it was just another day at the Chabad of the Valley last week. Only four days after the death of the rebbe or grand rabbi--thought by many of his followers to be the Jewish Messiah who would usher in an era of peace in the world--the Valley headquarters of the international Hassidic movement seemed to be functioning as if nothing unusual had happened. No consternation, tears, nor trappings of mourning.
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June 18, 1994 | DOUG SMITH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By outward appearances, it was just another day at the Chabad of the Valley last week. Only four days after the death of the rebbe or grand rabbi--thought by many of his followers to be the Jewish Messiah who would usher in an era of peace in the world--the Valley headquarters of the international Hassidic movement seemed to be functioning as if nothing unusual had happened. No consternation, tears, nor trappings of mourning.
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