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I’ll sell the piano,” he said, feeling a pang of pain in his heart for Lillian at the very thought. ” “Sorry, nothing doing. ” On Fridays, Harry came home early to cut the challah bread and light the Sabbath candles. It was a hot summer night. My mother and Bubbe Rose stood at the window of their fourth-floor apartment and looked out onto the vestibule below, a red brick circular driveway where horses and carriages stopped in front of the entrance doors, and now, more than not, automobiles. They saw Harry walking up the sidewalk.
Orthodox priest heard her cries, rescued her, nursed her back to health, and raised sufficient funds to send her to America. Wearing several pairs of thick cotton stockings (as she would for the rest of her life) to cover the gashes made by the pigs’ sharp teeth, she boarded the same boat as Samuel Drucker. Frightened and alone, the two married on the boat. They were as unsuited to each other as Sarah and Harry. Later, it became a family joke riddled with truth that Sarah Krasnow and Sam Drucker would have been a good match, while Rachel Leah, who called herself Rose, the name uttered as her mother died, would have been the perfect wife for Harry.
It wasn’t difficult for Hecky and Lillian to become part of Hartford life. Here, too, they gave concerts under the WPA programs, taught violin and piano, and Hecky played with the Bushnell Theater Symphony Orchestra. He had been away from the city long enough for his failed debut to be essentially forgotten in the more immediate concerns of the Depression, and he felt he could start life anew. Their friends, many met through WPA projects and political meetings, included several doctors dedicated to the medical movement and clinics of Drs.