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April 02, 1982 - Image 17

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ADL Investigates
Hate Mailing
to Senate, Britain

INTER
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Where
woul0 you
like to dial
overseas?

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:

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

NATIONAL
ACCESS
CODE

011
011
011
011
011
011

COUNTRY
CODE

39
30
33

49:

,

972
•44

CITY
CODE

LOCAL
NUMBER

HIM

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in lel Aviv.



5 55 55 5

WASHINGTON Mem-
bers of the U.S. Senate have
been receiving anti-Semitic
propaganda from the World
Muslim Congress, accord-
ing to the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith.
Acting on a complaint
from one Senator, the ADL
found that the congress,
one of the nongovernmental
organizations represented
the United Nations Eco-
__Jrnic and Social Council,
had sent two volumes of
viruntly anti-Semitoc
material to each member of
the Senate.
The ADL also discovered
that 1,000 sets of "The Six
Million Reconsidered" and
."Anti-Zion" had been sent
to members of the British
Parliament. The muslim
group denies having sent
the material to either the
Senate or Parliament.



Friday, April 2, 1982

NOTE: If your phone is equipped with TouCh-Toneft

service, pressing the # button 'after you've
completed dialing will speed your call along.

NEW YORK --- Seminary
professors and visiting fa-
culty from throughout Is-
rael and the United States
will comprise the teaching
_ corps for abbut .a dozen
courses in Judaica offered
by the Graduate Summer
School of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.
Listings include Jewish
ceremonial art, the Jewish
urban experience under
Rome, and an introduction
to Jewish liturgy as well as
additional offerings in
Jewish history, philosophy,
Bible, education, Jewish
literature, Talmud and rab-
binics.
For information, write to
the Graduate Summer
School, the Jewish Theolog-
ical Seminary of America,
3080 Broadway, New York,
N.Y. 10027.

Reading Declines

JERUSALEM (ZINS) --
Israelis are not the "People
of the Book" according to a
poll by the Van Leer Insti-
tute.
Only 8.1 percent of Is-
raelis reads books and
newspapers for more than
two hours per day, while 50
percent- of the population
spend that much time with
television or radio.
Israelis spend an_ everage
of 143 minutes per day with
TV or radio. Those of West-
( p. origin average 114
,minutes per day reading,
while those from Asia and
Africa read for only 73 min-
utes per day.

Debt Comparison

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Economist Dr. Steven Plaut
recently wrote a Haaretz ar-
ticle suggesting that Israel
must take strong measures
to reduce her foreign debt.
He compared Israel and
Poland, suggesting they
have similar problems and
that Israel's debt will be-
come increasingly severe
because interest rates are
no longer low.

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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