BOB ALLISON, Mr. Wonderful
Guy of local radio whose local
everyday program over WWJ,
"Ask Your Neighbor" is a high
rated household must from 9 a.m.
to noon, is also a very fine pianist
. . . and every so often he'll take
a spot job to keep his fingers
nimble on the 88 a la the pro style
be's been use to . . . Recently,
Bob was engaged at a local coun-
try club, with a bass man who
suddenly acted shocked when Bob
sat down to play ... After a great
set together, the musician told Bob
about not realising how good he
was . . . "All they told me was
that I should accompany some
ONE OF BOB'S favorite stories
is about the lady who told him
via the phone that she didn't have
an answer after telling her new
maid, "I can write my full name
in the dust on the piano" and the
maid replying with delight, "Bless
my souL It sure is nice working
for a lady with education."
THOSE "ISRAEL WILL LIVE"
bumper stickers are available
without charge at the Jewish Na-
tional Fund offices on Greenfield
in Oak Park . . . along with many
ROBIN DEMBS, daughter of Sol
and Rose Dembs, joined her teen-
age friends in Oak Park in an-
other exhibition of the good things
youngsters do that folks don't talk
enough about . . . Robin, who
celebrates her 13th birthday on
Nov. 28, and the other kids held
a carnival to raise money for
MARK GRANT, son of Jay and
Marian Grant, recently spent his
20th birthday in Amsterdam . . .
on a trip won through the Civil
Air Patrol in which he is a cadet
major . . . Mark took exams at
Selfridge Air Base and was among
the high scores winning a trip
trough International Air Cadet Ex-
MAYOR JOE FORBES of Oak
Pail, newly elected state rep-
resentative, tells of the little
6-year-old girl who told her
mother, "Mommy, while you
were away, last night, I looked
for somebody to say my prayers
to but daddy was watching
television and grandma was talk-
ing on the phone, so I just said
'em to God."
THE BIG SEARCH IS ON . . .
that is, for 876 members of the
January and June graduating
classes of 1941 at Central High
. . . An enthusiastic committee of
20 graduates are on the man and
woman hunt for the affair taking
place May 8 at the Roostertail .
Guys n' gals who graduated in
1941 should write to "Central '41,
P.O. Box 174, Lathrup Village"
. . . Tip to the lassies — if mar-
ried, also send along your maiden
DAVID ALAN RIVES, 4-year-old
son of Alice and Lester Rives,
came in from outdoor play cov-
ered from head to toe with dirt
. . . was told to wash his hands
and Alice, taking one look at the
hurried job, said, "You sure didn't
do a good job. Go wash yourself
again." ... and little David Allan,
looking at his hands, innocently
replied, "I washed my hands, but
the water was dirty."
"GEORGE M." the life story of
GEORGE M. COHAN, retold with
some of his best songs and dances
will be staged 3 p.m. Dec. 6 at the
Two Young 'Artists to Perform at Music Study Club Concert
Two 24-year-old artists will share
the program when Music Study
Club of Metropolitan Detroit pre-
sents its Annual Artist Concert
7:30 p.m. Nov. 29 in the Oak Park
High School auditorium.
Purvin, a native of New York,
began piano lessons at age 5 and
since his early teens has been a
frequent winner of scholarships
and competitions throughout the
country. He has had training under
master musicians in America, such
They are Jonathan Purvin, pian- as Rosina Lhevinne at Juilliard
ist, and Yosef Yankelev, violinist. School of Music, and for the past
•Born in Vilna, Yankelev gave his several years he has been a mem-
first public performance at age 8. ber of the master classes of Vladi-
In 1957, his family emigrated to mir Asbkenazy.
Israel, where he studied under an
He was awarded an America-
American-Israel Foundation Schol-
arship with Samuel Bernstein.
Israel Cultural Foundation Schol-
arship to study in the United
States with Ivan Galamian, at
Juilliard. He has been a full
scholarship participant at the
Marlboro Festival of Music since
boro Festival, she comes from a
family of distinguished musicians.
This is the club's only fund-rais-
ing event. Tickets can be purchased
at Grinnell's, at the box office the
night of the concert and by con-
His wife Yvonne, who will ac- tacting Mrs. Harry Singer, general
ticket admission chairman, 353-
company him at the piano, is a 9133.
magna cum laude graduate from
the University of Puerto Rico. The
There is nothing so pedantic as
only recipient of the coveted Pablo pretending not to be pedantic.
Casals Scholarship to the Marl-
Friday, November 20, 1970-37
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