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November 04, 1983 - Image 15

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-04

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THE DETROIT BOSH IEWS

ok how easy it i
dial a loved one
in Israel!

100 Egyptian
Tourists Must
Say No to Israel

Bomb Defused

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
IDF safely defused a bomb
they found Monday at the
side of a road used by IDF
patrols north of Tyre. The
army spokesman said it was
dealt with before it
exploded.
IDF
Meanwhile,
engineers have completed a
minute examination of all
buildings in Lebanon used
by Israeli soldiers. The
examination was begun
after the destruction of a
building in Tyre exactly a
year ago, as a result of a gas
leak, in which Israeli
soldiers and border police
were killed.
The IDF uses many build-
ings in Lebanon formerly
occupied by the PLO, while
other buildings have been
rented from their Lebanese
owners.

Where
would you
like to dial
in Israel?

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 ISRAEL:

NATIONAL
ACCESS
CODE

COUNTRY
CODE

JERUSALEM

011

972

2

HAIFA

011

972

4

RAMAT GAN

011

972

3

TEL AVIV

011

972

3

CITY
' CODE

LOCAL
NUMBER

5 5 5 5

JERUSALEM — Egyp-
tian authorities have can-
celled the plans of 100
Egyptian tourists who were
to arrive in Israel this fall,
the Israeli newspaper
Haaretz reported.
The tourist group, the
first Egyptians to travel to
Israel in nearly a year, -
changed their itinerary for
political reasons, according
to an Egyptian tourist
agent.
In a response to the Egyp-
tian move, Israel has an-
nounced that it will close its
tourism office in Egypt and
recall its director from
Cairo.

Friday, November 4, 1983 15

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

r,

Czech Officials
Nix Jewish
Cemeteries

LONDON — Czechos-
lovakian officials have
added two Jewish
cemeteries to the list of
those scheduled for demoli-
tion during 1983, according
to the International Council
of Jews from Czechos-
lovakia. -
Liquidation of the Leip-
nik Cemetery in Moldavia
and the Banovce nad Beb-
ravou Cemetery will bring
the total number of Jewish
cemeteries destroyed dur-
ing 1983 to 22.

Ancient Mahzor
to be Re-Issued

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
limited facsimile edition of
the 13th Century Worms
Mahzor (High Holidays
Prayer Book) will be pub-
lished through the coopera-
tion of the London-based
Cyelar Publishing Co. and
the Jewish National and
University Library.
The new edition will be
produced in Austria by the
Akademische Druk U. Ver-
lagsnstalt (ADEVA).

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Overseas
calling
is getting
better by
the minute.

Rosenne Cited

WASHINGTON — Meir
Rosenne, the Israeli ambas-
sador to the United States,
was honored at a reception
last month hosted by Re-
publican National Commit-
tee Chairman Frank J.
Fahrenkopf, Jr.

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.

Michigan Bell

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