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PRIME TIME: Hershel Graubart, 90, still keeps up with the jewelry trade

Hershel Graubart and his daughter, Sheryll Hoffman, spend some time together at Hoffman's store, JM Jewelers, in Rotterdam. (Kelly de la Rocha/Gazette reporter)
Hershel Graubart and his daughter, Sheryll Hoffman, spend some time together at Hoffman's store, JM Jewelers, in Rotterdam. (Kelly de la Rocha/Gazette reporter)
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“I got this in Vegas. I didn’t tell her that,” said Hershel Graubart, holding up a blue T-shirt and motioning toward the front of the jewelry store, where his daughter was busy with a customer. The 90-year-old’s grin was full of mischief as he held the shirt up to his chest, the white letters on its front announcing, “I see no good reason to act my age.” Even without the shirt, it’s easy to tell ...


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