THE DETROIT JEWI SH NEWS—Friday, Fe bruary 19, 1960-24
It Could Happen Only in Israel
with a yarmulke, eating. When
the American saw the man with
the yarmulke, he felt reassured.
Isaac Carmel, one of the fem "All right,• waiter, I believe,
living who shook hands with this is a kosher place. So get me
Theodore Herzl, is back in something to eat. Bring me a
America doing a little stint of steak and a glass of milk!"
lecturing for Israel bonds, and
also compiling a book on Amer- The Darkness of Night
In Maariv, I read the follow-
ica's contributions to the mak-
ing of Israel. But he told one ing story:
story about Americans in Israel, Walking along the street, an
which I am sure, he will not in- Israeli soldier failed to salute
elude in his book. an officer.
"Coine here, Private," said
An American Jew visiting Is-
rael went into a restaurant and the officer, "what do you mean
in failing to salute me?"
called the waiter.
"I am an American," he said, . "Well," explained the private,
"and I must confess that in "we were told that saluting was
America, I am not particular not required at night."
"Is it night now?" exclaimed
about kosher food but in Israel,
a Jewish country, I want to eat the officer; "why, it's broad
kosher. I want to know, frankly, daylight!"
"Yes, I know," said the Pri-
if this is a kosher place."
The waiter assured him it vate, "but when I saw you it
was, pointing to a man sitting got dark in my eyes."
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Jewish Ts2legraphie Agency, Inc.)
A HEROIC CHAPTER
IN JEWISH HISTORY
The fabulous story of the time when the Romans
conquered Judea and captured the fighting
son of the great house of Hur.
How Ben-Hur freed himself
from the Romans, returned
to Judea and was reunited
with his long-lost mother
and sister; his victory in the
chariot race; his tender
love for the beautiful
slave-girl Esther (deplete
in this picture by the
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Bahrein Bars Israel
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Shirley Merson is president.
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The
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DAVE WEISBERG and Dick
Persian Gulf area which is a
Lankin chartered a private
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future, it will bar all postal con-
Tournament in Houston, March
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19 and 20 . . . They'll both pilot
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the British Foreign Office told
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