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May 12, 1989 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-12

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were all those boxes in the
garage! Before I knew it, I had
gone totally blank and skip-
ped a whole page of music.
Rochelle Barr, my accom-
panist, didn't know where to
find me. I just said, 'Oh my
God, I've made a mistake!'
And I started to laugh.
"Then the audience started
to laugh, too — and then they
started to applaud. I ended up
getting a standing ovation. It
was hysterical?'
Forced to take a hiatus from
those concerts and other
types of performances this
spring because of ill health,
Ruby is looking forward to
getting back to the stage as
soon as possible. In the mean-
time, she's keeping in shape
swimming two-three miles a
day at the Jewish Communi-
ty Center pool, running four-
six miles daily, playing rac-
quetball and tennis and put-
tering around in the garden
at her Birmingham home. A
wedding for daughter, Denise,
is also in the offing, along
with visits with grand-
children, Stephen, 7, and
Suzanne, 3, who live in San
Francisco.
None of her three children
sings professionally, although
daughter, Denise, now living
in Aviv, studied ballet and
went on to perform a number
of times on television and on
the stage, and eventually
became a dance therapist.
Ruby's son, Robert, who lives
in San Francisco, is a realtor.
Youngest daughter, Joyce, is a
clinical psychologist in the
Detroit area.
"Music has done so much
for me," says Ruby. "I just
want to go on'singing as long
as I can." ❑

River Fest
Is Planned

Residents of Canada and
the United States will gather
along the banks of the Detroit
River May 19-21 for Detroit
River Celebration '89, a bi-
national effort to increase
consciousness about the
Detroit River as a natural
resource.
Events scheduled for
Detroit River Celebration '89
include a series of Detroit
River-themed displays at the
Hart Plaza Cultural/Ethnic
Gallery, as well as tours of
Great Lakes vessels docked at
Hart Plaza — all with a
backdrop of music on the
mainstage provided by the
Central Business District
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