Benny is on holiday in Israel and goes to a concert at the Minkovsky Auditorium. When he gets to his seat, he looks around and is very impressed with the architecture and the acoustics.
After the concert is over, Benny asks one of the officials, “I was wondering whether this magnificent auditorium is named after Dovid Minkovsky, the famous biblical scholar?”
“No,” replies the official, “It’s named after Harry Minkovsky, the writer.”
“I’ve never heard of him,” says Benny, “what did he write?”
“A cheque,” replies the official.