38—Friday, Nov. 30, 1973
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
BETH MOSES MEN'S
CLUB' will hold its Talis and
Tefilin services 8:45 a.m.
Sunday at the synagogue,
with breakfast immediately
following. Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper will discuss Jewish
customs, past and present.
Detroit Common Councilman
and former Detroit Tiger
William Rogell will speak
Dec. 9. Everyone is welcome
at a small charge to cover
TAU EPSILON RHO, De-
troit Graduate Chapter, will
Nov. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Spilman (Geri Tap-
per), 28938 Glenarden, Farm-
ington Hills, a son, Darren
* * •
Nov. 17—To Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Dzodin (Isabel Trun-
sky), 29733 Red Leaf, South-
field, a son, Brian Edward.
* i, *
Nov. 16—To Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence D. Hoffman (Edie
Morris), 16000 Harden Cir.,
Southfield, a son, Brent Lee.
Nov. 16—To Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Cohn (Sonny Schuss-
ler), 35120 Old Timber,
Farmington, a daughter,
Nov. 15—To Dr. and Mrs.
Paul A. Garber (Nancy Urn-
lah), 1715 Gardenia, oRyal
Oak. a daughter, Danielle
Nov. 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Jackier (Rochelle
Komer), 6985 Woodbank,
Bloomfield Township, a son,
* * *
Nov. 9—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Abrams (Helen Bo-
raks), 29215 Franklin Hills
Dr., Southfield, a son Brian
* * *
Nov. 7—To Dr. and Mrs.
Buddy Sharf (Terri Field),
4303 Elmwood, Royal Oak, a
daughter, Samantha Mere-
To Mr. and Mrs. Joel H.
Schavrien (Marsha Rich-
man), 18160 Rainbow Dr.
Lathrup Village, a daughter
3 58-1426 or 357-5544
La redos Score
High in Concert
Serving Hospitals and Home,
RAW S. ZACHARiASH
In Home or Hospital
NEW YORK — Jennie
Tourel, internationally known
mezzo soprano, opera star
and member of the Juilliard
for his parodies of popular School faculty, died Nov. 23
songs in the early 1960s, died at age 63.
Nov. 21 at age 48. 1 Born in Montreal, Miss
Mr. Sherman, who was Tourel (nee Davidson), was
also one of the creators of the daughter of Russian Jew-
the "I've Got a Secret" tele- ish emigrants. Her banker
vision show, was noted for father, fled with his family
applying his comical lyrics from Russia at the outset of
to well-known tunes. Among the Revolution and settled in
his most famous are "Hello Paris, where most of Miss
Tourel's education took place.
When she was 16, she U. S. citizen in 1946 and did
started singing lessons with most of her performing here,
a Russian soprano named although she spent time in
Anna El-tour, from whose Europe, Africa and r 4 '
name she fashioned her own America. She had a
stage name. Following years concern for Israel and spent
of refining her vocal tech- much time teaching and per-
niques, she was asked to forming there.
Miss Tourel was an art
audition for the Opera-
Comique in Paris in 1933 by collector, and her spacious
one of its members. The apartment was furnished
audition led to a contract, with such objects as a 2,000-
and almost immediately she year-old Israeli oil lamp.
became a star of the com-
pany. She remained in
France until just before the
Nazi occupation, and arrived
in the U. S. in 1941.
She was able to master
art -songs and operas in
She appeared in such
operas as "Il Barbiere di
Siviglia," by Rossini; "The
Rake's Progress," by Stra-
vinsky; "Mignon" and "Car-
20811 W. 8 Mile
Muddah, Hello Faddah" in
Miss Tourel became
which he presented a child's
between Southfield S. Telegraph
eye-view of summer camp
and for which he won a
Grammy Award in 1963, and
Orchestra and Entertainment
Our Promise To You:
Some of his lyrics were
light reflections on his Jew-
ish background. For ex-
ample, "Frere Jacques" be-
c a m e "Sarah Jackman,"
"The Battle Hymn of the Re-
YESHIVATH BETH YEHUDAH TRAVELS
public" was transformed to a
story of a garment cutter
who "trampled through the
ISRAEL, U.S.A. and EVERYWHERE
warehouse where the drapes
We help you plan your trip,
of Roth are stored," and
you help us maintain our
changed the title of the tune
Nursery and Kdgn. 'Dents.
"Water Boy" into "Seltzer
hold its annual convention
Detroiter ROBERT NAF-
kick-off get-together 8 p.m. TALY was among the eight
Sunday at the home of Fred new members who were elect-
and Claudia Gold, 33464 Her- ed and 11 who were re-elect-
itage Hills, Far m in gton ed to the national commission
Township. For reservations, of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
call Mrs. Gold, 626-1813. The gue of Bnai Brith at the clos-
convention will take place ing session of its 60th annual
Dec. 21-Jan. 1 in Toronto.
meeting at the Waldorf As-
toria. Naftaly, vice president
SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S of Cong. Beth Moses, is one of
CLUB's Wednesday luncheon the youngest persons ever
series will present Rabbi Ir- elected to the ADL commis-
win Groner in "Cases From sion. He has served on the
a Rabbi's File — Part II" national planning committee
noon Dec. 12 at the syna- of the ADL and has been af-
gogue. The series of four filiated with the Michigan
lecture-discussions on the Regional Advisory Board.
second Wednesday of the
month through February, is
entitled "Kaleidoscope II —
Judaism in a Changing
World." The series for men
will continue Jan. 9 when
A native Detroiter who has
Federal Judge Lawrence Gu-
bow will speak on "Reflec- gained national acclaim as
tions on Watergate." The an accomplished pianist
concluding lecture-discussion gained added recognition
will be held Feb. 13. For here with her brilliant per-
reservations, contact Dr. formance, Sunday, as one of
Gerald Laker, chairman, at the soloists at the annual
Shaarey Zedek, 27375 Bell, Balfour Concert in Ford
* * *
Ruth Meckler Laredo was
BETH ACHIM MEN'S featured as soloist with the
CLUB will hold its annual Detroit Symphoney Orches-
Winter Ball dinner-dance 9 tra, Leon Fleischer conduct-
p.m. Dec. 31 at the syna- ing, in Ravel's Concerto in
gogue. The admission charge G Minor.
includes hors d'oeuvres, din- Sharing the program with
ner, favors and a continental the orchestra was her hus-
breakfast. Black tie is op- band, Jaime Laredo, who
tional. Larry Freedman and was violin soloist in Men-
his Orchestra will provide delssohn's Concerto in E
music for dancing. The price, Minor. Jaime also has an
which appeared incorrectly in interesting career. A native
an ad in last week's Jewish of Bolivia, he was subsidized
News, is $20 per person. by his country to study in
the United States. At 18, he
was the youngest violinist to
win the International Queen
Elizabeth Competition in
Israel Fund Raising
NEW YORK—Herman L. Brussels. He returned to Bo-
Sainer, for many years a livia and his country, appre-
member of the executive ciative of his accomplish-
staffs of both the Federation ments, issued an airmail
of Jewish Philanthropies of stamp with his picture and
the three notes that spell his
New York and the National
Jewish Welfare Board, has name, La-Re-Do. He also was
Mr. Sherman's "My Son,
been appointed a staff con- appointed to a diplomatic the Folksineer," "Mv Snit.
sultant for the national corn-
the Celebrity" and "Mv Son.
Cantor J. H. Sonenklar led the Nut" parody albums
mittee on control and author
ization of campaigns of the in
brought him virtually over-
Jewish Agency for Israel, it anthems to open the Sunday night success (although short-
was announced by Mrs. Char- concert program. Greetings lived).
lotte Jacobson and Jack D. were extended to the large
The son of Percy Conelon,
audience by Dr. Theodore
Mandell, chairman of the a racing car driver, and Rose
With the outbreak of the concert committee and Dr. Sherman, Mr. Sherman wrote
Yom Kippur war, a number S. Z. Leib, president of the in his autobiography that his
of special meetings of the Zionist Organization, sponsor Parents were divorced when
committee on control were of the Balfour Concerts.
he was 6 years old; remain-
held at which new agree-
—P.S. ing in the custody of his
ments were reached with the
mother, he adopted her sur-
American friends of various
Israeli universities, which Coalition on Law
Mr. Sherman attended the
led to a moratorium on their
University of Illinois from
fund raising campaigns until
which he was later expelled.
Fund-Raising Party and enlisted in the army,
Other authorized cam-
The Michigan Committee from which he was dis-
paigns for Israel have volun- on Law and Housing is giv- charged for allergies.
tarily suspended their public ing a fund raising party at
In 1969. he wrote the book
fund raising until Jan. 1.
the Clifford Street Under- and lyrics for "The Fig
ground 7 p.m. Sunday. Pro- Leaves are Falling," a short-
ceeds will go toward build_ lived Broadway production,
ing a people's coalition and and later "The Rape of the
making government respon- Ape." However, neither work
GARELICK'S GALLERY sive to the housing needs of restored the popularity that
will hold its 23rd annual holi- Michigan's citizens, said Joe he enjoyed a decade earlier.
day exhibition and sale Guggenheim, executive di-
through Dec. 24. Featuried rector of the MCLH.
Hahonim Assn. Head
artists include Evergood,
There will be hors
NEW YORK—Ben Cohen
Renoir, Chagall, Epstein, d'oeuvres, wine, games and
of Brooklyn, has been elec-
Miro, Calder, Picasso, Grop- ice cream creations. The
ted president of the AHA
per and Florsheim, Indian MCLH will take over the en- (American Habonim Associa-
miniatures also will be fea- tire restaurant for the party.
tion) division of the Labor
tured. Hours are 9:30 a.m.-
The coalition engages in Zionist Alliance.
5:30 p.m. daily and Sundays research of housing issues
Other officers elected were
and problems; drafts state Barry Freidenreich, Ridge-
legislation, as well as posi- wood, N. J., vice president
Meadow Br o o k Theater tion papers and proposals for and chairman of the execu-
will stage the zany British governmental agencies; pre- tive committee; and Allan
comedy, "HOW THE OTHER sents views to government Warshawsky, Oceanside, L. I.,
HALF LOVES" by Alan officials; and provides in- treasurer.
Ayckbourn, from Dec. 6 formation to interested indi-
throught Dec. 30.
viduals and organizations •
Classifieds Get Quick Results
Allan Sherman, Mezzo Soprano
NEW YORK—Allan Sher-
Make News man,
the entertainer noted
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