from Danny Phillips
is to inform you that our dear friend Malcolm Silverman
was taken to hospital on Monday after suffering a heart
attack. Im pleased to say it was a mild one and
he is now out of danger and expected to be released
from Auckland Hospital on Saturday.
had been attending the 27th International Magicians
Convention where he had performed in the Stage Competition
on Saturday and attended lectures, competitions and
the banquet on Sunday evening.
know that a heart attack will not dampen that acute
sense of humour, we all know and love.
and good wishes can be sent to: 13A Ballarat Street,
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