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October 26, 1973 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-26

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26—Friday, October 26, 1973

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local lad told his mother,
(Continued from page 23)
ERRATA . . . in Scott's "Well, our teacher told us

Korner of last week . . . the
correct spelling is Mrs. Sybil
Kappel.
ASKED WHAT HE'D
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about when God sent Moses
behind the enemy lines to
rescue the Israelites from
the Egyptians. When they
came to the Red Sea, Moses
called for the engineers to
build a pontoon bridge. After
they had crossed, they looked
back and saw the Egyptian
tanks coming. Quick as a
flash, Moses radioed head-
quarters on his walkie-talkie
to send bombers to blow up
the bridge and save the
Israelites." . . Exclaimed
the startled mother. "Is that
really the way your teacher
told that story?" . .. "Well,
not exactly. But if I told it
her way, you'd never believe
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