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June 17, 1983 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-17

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11.1111-1111111111--__.

Friday, June 17, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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

NATIONAL
ACCESS
CODE

COUNTRY
CODE

CITY
CODE

JERUSALEM

011

972

2

HAIFA

011

972

4

RAMAT GAN

011

972

3

TEL AVIV

011

972

3

TO CALL ISRAEL:

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

Step Up Search
for Argentinian,
ADL Requests

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. —
The Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith is
pressing Argentine
authorities to step up the
search for a Buenos Aires
man who has been missing
since April 19, according to
Rabbi Morton M. Rosent-
hal, director of ADL's Latin
American Affairs Depart-
ment. •
Rabbi Rosenthal said that
the disappearance of Carlos
Alberto Bamballi is "par-
ticularly shocking because.
the Argentine government
insists that the practice of
abducting people has come
to a halt."
Since the military took
power in 1976, thousands of
persons "disappeared" in
Argentina during a period
of political turmoil. Some
later surfaced as prisoners
but most have not been
found and are presumed
dead.
Rabbi Rosenthal made
his remarks at the annual
meeting
of
ADL's
Westchester-Rockland
Regional Board at the Mar-
riott Hotel here.

LOCAL
NUMBER

~ ~ ~~

Where
would you
like to dial
in Israel?

13

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

Women's League
Issues Calendar

NEW YORK — Photo-
graphs of Jewish jewelry
masterpieces from through-
out the world enhance the
new, pocket-sized 5744
(1983-1984) calendar-diary
published by the Women's
League for Conservative
Judaism.
The general theme of the
calendar-diary, "Get Wis-
dom, Gain Understanding,"
(Proverbs 4:5) is interpreted
for each month with a quote
and with a photograph of an
appropriate piece of Judaic
jewelry.
The volume is available
for a nominal charge from
the Women's League for
Conservative Judaism, 48
E. 74th St., New York, N.Y.
10021.

/gag

11

6"

ORT to Sponsor
Shofar Contest.

1- ",r - •

;**--

Overseas
calling
is getting
better by
the minute.

NEW YORK — The
British chapter of ORT
(Organization of Rehabili-
tation Through Training)
will co-sponsor an Interna-
tional Ram's Horn Cham-
pionship in England later
this year.
The event, which is aimed
at reviving interest in the
art of shofar-blowing, will
help raise money for the
ORT John F. Kennedy Ap-
prenticeship Center in
Jerusalem.
For information on enter-
ing the contest, contact the
British ORT, 3 Whitehall
Ct., London SW1A 2EL.
England, Deadline for
entries is June 30.

For example, between 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., the initial minute of a
direct-dialed call to Tel Aviv costs only $2.21*—additional minutes
are 80 cents* each. These same low rates apply to all other Israeli cities.
If your telephone exchange isn't presently equipped for international
dialing, you still get the same low rate on station-to-station calls placed
through an operator. Overseas dialing— it's easy...it's inexpensive...
it's fast! And the sound of your voice is so much more personal than
a letter or telegram.
Want to know more? Then dial our International Information Service
toll free: 1 800 874-4000.

Landmark Opens

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —
Amsterdam's historic
Sephardic synagogue, a
landmark over 250 years
old, has been reopened for
services on the Sabbath and
Jewish holidays.

Michigan Bell

*Plus tax. Rates effective May 17, 1982. Subject to change.

"Registered Service Mark of AT&T Company.



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