About Constace Halperin (Jacobowitz)
Leah Kreinik Jacobowitz, As I Remember, 1962, page 55. 150 Harrison Avenue House.
"The front door was never locked; it had a double turn latch which was hard to oen, and would deceive a stranger, but the children kept forgetting their keys, so we just left the door on the latch. A humorous incident occurred when Connie, Max and Theresa's daughter, came to stay overnight from the country, where her folks were vacationing. She had a date with her fiance Al Halperin to go on some outing or other early Sunday morning, and her mother wouldn't let her stay at Al's house, but consented to let her stop at ours. We were all asleep, and the way Connie tells it is hilarious. She couldn't decide whether to sleep on one side of the big bed occupied by Ruth and Miriam, or the other side, so eased herself into the middle; the girls were completely unaware, evem when she arose in the morning, got herself ready and went town into the kitchen for a bit of breakfast. In the morning we found a note on the table, "Thanks for bed and breakfast."