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Cheder

 

a pelotherapeutic health resort in the Tuva ASSR. Cheder is situated in the Tuva Basin, on Lake Cheder, 45 km from Kyzyl. Summers are moderately cool, with an average July temperature of approximately 14°C, and winters are cold, the January temperature ranging from – 27° to – 32°C. Patients are treated with the mud and brine of the lake for diseases of the musculoskeletal system, gynecological disorders, and diseases of the peripheral nervous system. Cheder has a sanatorium and a pelotherapeutic treatment facility.

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Cheders, schools where young Jewish boys learned orthodox traditions and rituals, were plentiful.
As early as the turn of the century, enough Yiddish-speaking Jews and their families had settled on the West Side to recreate the warp and woof of an east European shtetl complete with three shuls, two cheders, a fish store, three butchers, a pickle factory, and much more on and off West Main Street, its main thoroughfare.
The basis of Aguda's strength was its influence in the kahals and the control it had over the largest of the private educational systems, namely the cheders.