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April 12, 1974 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-12

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LEARNED at Sunday school 18—Friday, April 12, 1974
THE DETROIT JEVVISH NEWS
10-year-old Donald Moser told
parents Albert and Ceil,
"Well, our teacher told us
DININ G and
about when God sent Moses
behind the enemy lines to
rescue the Israelites from the
FINE ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE
Egyptians. When they came
to the Red Sea, Moses called
Special Businessmen's Luncheons from 11 a.m.
for the engineers to build a
COMPLETE
DINNERS NIGHTLY
pontoon bridge. After they
OPEN MON. THRU SAT., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
LENNIE
had all crossed, they looked
SUNDAYS, 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.
"The Voice"
back and saw the Egyptiaris
tanks coming. Quick as a
1 008 N. WOODWARD RANDALL
at the
flash, Moses radioed head-
AT 111/2 MILE RD.
Piano Bar
quarters on his walkie-talkie
543-2626
Royal Oak
to send bombers to blow up
the bridge and save the Is-
raelites . . . "Donald," ex-
claimed the startled Ceil, "is
that really the way your
teacher told you that story?"
. . . "Well not exactly. But
if I told it her way, you'd
never believe it!"

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AUNT DORA SCHWARTZ.
one of our favorite gals, cele-
brates her 80th birthday,
April 20 . . . and just like
our mom, she's also one of
those that fits the expression,
"They don't make 'em like
that anymore."
FIVE-YEAR-OLD Gordon
Miller, son of Beverly and
Miles Miller, after being re-
primanded for interrupting,
explained, "But I gotta in-
terrupt to get started."
AFTER A LONG AND DIF-
FICULT struggle, the 20-
year dream of Harry Her-
kowitz to become •a medical
doctor comes true May 18,
when he graduates from
Wayne State University's
medical school . . Harry's
mother, Susan, still has the
toy medical kit she had given
him when he was 6 years
old . . . minus, of course, the
candy pills Harry use to
make her swallow . . . No
more toy kits for Harry . . .
It's the real thing now!
IRVING AND GLORIA
FLANDERS each enjoy the
good fortune of having both
their parents alive and well
. . . Irv's parents, Ben and
Ethel Flanders, living in Las
Vegas, and Gloria's parents,
Detroiters Jack and Rose
Gittleman, will each, this
year, celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversaries . . .
only three months apart.
EX - DETROITER LESLIE
BALL, 28, has officially been
named a vice president in
charge of men's and boys'
wear for Macy's.
EIGHTEEN YEARS AGO,
Debbie Weisserman (Harold)
was president of the Kadi-
mah Chapter, Bnai Brith
Girls . . . Today, daughter
Maureen, also a member of
the group, has taken over in
a different way . . recently
winning the regional Bnai
Brith Women's League story-
telling contest . . . She'll go
to Northville, Minn. in June
to compete against regional
winners from eight Mid-
western states and four
Canadian provinces . . .
Maureen's topic at the Jew-
ish Center in Detroit finals
was taken from Leon Uris'
"Exodus."
MANY NOSTALGIC mem-
ories will be revived when
the Mumford High class of
1954 celebrates its 20th re-
union May 10 at the Troy
Hilton . . . Attempts are still
being made to locate many
of those old grads who had
moved away from the city
. . , Class reunions are al-
ways look-forward-to events
. . . Whether you got an A
or an E, contact Joyce Blum
(George) . . . You grads
knew her as Joyce Zuieback,
354-0553:
ASKED WHAT HE'D

FRES H FI S H . . . L U NCH or

— BEAU T1FU L —

STREAKERS ARE GET-
TING into •all kinds of acts
these days . . . even 50th
birthday parties . . A sur-
prise half - century celebra-
tion for Mort Gold was re-
cently given by his wife Eve-
lyn and daughter Linda . . .
35 guests had a surprise too
when the female streaker en-
tered the apartment, planted
a kiss on Mort's check, hand-
ed him a card and left ... An
artist's model, she was "giv-
en" to their brother as a gag
gift by Mel and Rosalie Ei-
senberg and Sheldon and
Judy Gold . . . Sure, she
wore something .. a pair of
boots.
CITY OF HOPE WILL be
proceeds recipient from the
Spring Festival by Henry
Ford Community College,
May 10, 11 and 12 . • . This
is the school's cool biggie
. . . carnival, beauty pag-
eant, night club, etc. .. and
a lot of folks are expected to
poin in the fun-filled festiv-
ities.

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