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March 19, 1982 - Image 17

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jerusalem Unit
Endorses Effort

J

Look how easy it is
to dial a loved one
in lel Aviv!

ROME, ITALY
ATHENS, GREECE
PARIS, FRANCE
BERLIN, WEST GERMANY
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
LONDON, ENGLAND

0 . 11
011
011
011
011
011

39
30
33
49
972 -
44

CITY
CODE

LOCAL
NUMBER

NOTE: If your phone is equipped with Touch-Tone's
service, pressing the # button after you've
completed dialing will speed your call along.

WZO Publishes
Israel Guide

NEW YORK — The 17th
annual edition of "A Guide
to Israel Programs" has
been issued by the World
Zionist Organization -
American Section.
The guide contains a list
of more than 200 programs
ranging from three-week
study tours to six-month
work programs in Israel.
High school and university
courses as wellas short and
long-term yeshiva study
opportunities are also out-
lined.
"A Guide to Israel Pro-
grams" is available at a
nominal cost from the pub-
lications department,
World Zionist Organization
- American Section, 515
Park Ave., New York, N.Y.
10022. -

COUNTRY
CODE

1 11 1

You can place over-
seas calls yourself
just by picking up
the phone and dial-
ing the appropriate
numbers. Look at
these examples:

TO CALL:

5555U

Where
would you
like to dial
overseas?

IN R-
NATIONAL
ACCESS
'CODE

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JERUSALEM (JNI) —
The fifth meeting of the
Jerusalem Committee has
ended four days of dis-
cussions by endorsing the
municipality's efforts to
administer fairly and cal-
ling for continuation of ar-
cheological excavations in
spite of the hostility of UN-
ESCO.
Founded in 1969 to advise
the muncipality, the 'com-
mittee is now composed of
50 urban planners and
cholars from 15 countries..
Although without recog-
nized legal status, the com-
mittee's recommendations
bear considerable weight.-
The final unanimously
adopted resolution stated:
"We are convinced that the
present administration has
proved its competence, re-
sponsibility and dedication
to the sanctity of the city.
Jerusalem must never be
divided territorially nor re-
ndered ungovernable by at-
tempted internationaliza-
tion."

Friday, March 19, 1982 11



Toys to Go
to Israeli
War Orphans

NEW YORK — The ninth
annual campaign to collect
toys for Israeli-war orphans
is under way. The campaign
is sponsored by the Massada
youth organization- of the
Zionist Organization of
America (ZOA).
Those wishing to donate
new toys to orphaned chil-
dren in Israel should con-
tact Isadc Lakritz, director
of the ZOA Youth Dept., 4 E.
34th St., New York, N.Y.
10016.

chigan Grad
med to Jewish
Hall of Fame

I

INDIANAPOLIS — Dan
Dworsky, who won six let-
ters while competing in var-
sity sports at the University
of Michigan, has been in-
ducted into the Jewish
Sports Hall of Fame.
Dworsky, the defensive
captain of Michigan's 1948
Rose Bowl champion foot-
ball team, makes his living
as an architect in Califor-
nia, according to the Jewish
Post and Opinion.



Now
overseas
calls cost
- less than
ever.

For example, during certain discount periods a three-minute direct dialed
call to the United Kingdom can cost as little as $2.40* plus tax—to Italy,
as little as $3.15* plus tax—and each additional minute costs only one-
third more. If your telephone exchange isn't presently equipped for
international dialing, you still get the same low rate as long as it's a
simple station-to-station call. Overseas dialing—it's easy, it's inexpensive,
and it's something a loved one would really appreciate!
Want to know more? Then call our International Information
Service toll free: 1-800-874-4000.

Michigan Bell

*Rates effective June 28, 1981. Subject to change.

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