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November 30, 1979 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-30

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26 Friday, November 30, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Birth of a Signature

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NEW YORK —
Entertainer Sammy Kaye,
now 69 but still touring
with his Swing and Sway
Band, recently told how he
acquired his signature song,
"Daddy."
"I first heard it in 1941,"

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The song's writer, jazz
pianist Bobby Troup,
then a college student,
was also there. "I asked
him if I could buy the
song," said Kaye,' "but I
suggested thelt he change
the name to Daddy,' from
the refrain — 'Daddy, I
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He was so excited I got
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"Notes from the Other
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managed to flee, some 17
years following their initial
efforts during World War II.
The visit awakened Mrs.
Pilon's memories of the
Romania that she knew as a
child and she weaves these
remembrances in and out of
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picture of life in an occupied
country.
Of particular interest is
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Mrs. Pilon, of the anti-
Zionist policies prevalent in
Romania while she was
growing up. She describes a
Passover celebration and
the way her parents
camouflaged what it was
that the family was actually
celebrating:
"Although it wasn't
Sunday, my father didn't
go to work. I liked the day
because we could spend
it together and we would
have a special dinner,
with food • we could not
always afford. My father
would bring home some
delicious biscuit called
`pasca,' packed in a box
with strange letters on it.
He would buy it in an un-
usual place, a dark little
room in a building quite
far from where we lived."
"My sister was curious
about the funny letters on
the matzo box, so my father
told her it was Chinese.
Zionism, like Facism, was
considered illegal; it would
have been dangerous to let
her know there was 'Zionist'
writing in our house, since
she was too small to re-
member what not to say."
"Since it was not always
on the same date, I couldn't
consider it a regular holiday
. . . Yet, undoubtedly, a
holiday it was."
The introduction in-
cludes some criticism of
the present-day govern-
ment in Romania and the
author states that her
"dairy was written not
only from a need not to
forget but also as a kind
of warning: for those who
have never left their
homeland, for those who
have never shed inno-
cence, for those who can-
not immagine the loss of
freedom, this book is a
reminder that there is
another side of night."
Mrs. Pilon has a PhD de-
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University of Chicago and is

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