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August 28, 1987 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-28

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A Kibbutz Remembers
Rita Hayworth Fondly

CARL ALPERT

Special to The Jewish News

H

aifa — Some find life
in Israel challenging,
some find it difficult.
Some look upon it as strange
and puzzling, while others
regard it as rewarding and
fulfilling. But all of them
agree on one thing: life here
is intensely interesting. Dur-
ing recent weeks we have
noted the following:
What Israel Has That
They Don't: In an effort to
encourage Japanese tourists
to come to Israel, a trial group
of 75 recently toured the
country. What interested
them? The conclusion was
that Israel's major attraction
would be its deserts, since
there are none in Japan.
Contributions to Civiliza-
tion: Ashkenazi contribu-
tions to the quality of life in
Israel include democracy,
liberalism, respect for the in-
dividual, ethical reaction to
injustice and scientific

B'nai B'rak was
declared the city
most free of
violent crime.

development, writes Aryeh
Ber to the editor of Kol Haifa.
But at the same time, he
adds, we should not overlook
gefilte fish as a culinary con-
tribution, and should see to it
that it becomes more popular
among the sabras.
A Break With Military
Tradition: Army kitchens,
once an all-male enclave, are
now being invaded by women
as Israel's defense forces are
training hundreds of women
to break the male monopoly
as chefs and cooks.
Selling Ice Cubes to the
Eskimos:
Israeli in-
dustrialists are unafraid to
penetrate new markets in
their attempts to boost the
country's • exports. The
Holyland Cosmetics Co. has
just sent a trial shipment of
1,500 bottles of its Masada
perfume to France, where the
company smells high profits.
Blintzes to Bulgaria: The
export urge, again. Avraham
Mashiach, a Tel Aviv
restaurant owner of
Bulgarian origin, has made
arrangements to open a chain
of restaurants in the country
of his birth. Chief item on the

menu will be blintzes, made
according to an exclusive
Israeli recipe.
Who Slept With Rita
Hayworth? The death of the
Hollywood star not long ago
led some oldtimers to recall
what happened at Kibbutz
Hamadia over 40 years ago.
Films used to be shown in the
dining room, projected on a
sheet. When the Hayworth
film, Gilda, was received,
there was competition among
the bachelor members as to
whose sheet would be used for
the showing.

Right Name, Wrong Face:
When the daily paper,
Chadashot, published a
report about a suspected
murderer, Meir Ifergan, it
printed by mistake the pic-
ture of Sgt. Meir Ifergan of
the Nahariya police. He
demanded 10,000 shekels as
damages, but when the paper
offered a set of valuable
educational books for his
three children, he accepted.

There Must Be a Reason:
The city of B'nai B'rak, often
described as the most
religiously observant of all
Israel's major cities, has for
the third year running also
been proclaimed by objective
survey as the city most free
from crimes of violence.
Those Israeli Cops:
Chayim Chaadi, 42, wounded
by the police when he attemp-
ted a bank robbery, was lock-
ed up in the police hospital.
During his incarceration his
mother died, and as soon as
his condition permitted, he
asked for permission to go to
her grave. The police took
him there on a stretcher and
even provided a minyan as
background for his kaddish.
Ironic Look at Israel
Salary Scale: Yechiel Safra
asked, in Yediot Achronot:
what do the Chanukah
miracle and the monthly
Israeli salary have in com-
mon? Reply: Each is just
enough to last eight days.
Stop Immigration, Save
Money. The Jewish Agency
estimates that the total
number of immigrants to
Israel during 1987 will come
to 15,000. For this the Agen-
cy's immigration department
has a budget of $100,000,000,
which means about $6,666 for
each immigrant, including
the many who come on their
own power. The figure does
not include an additional
$78,000,000 for the settle-
ment department.

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