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December 02, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-02

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek affili-
ates will present a "Family
Talent Night" 7:30 p.m. Sunday
in the synagogue social . hall, it
was announced by program
chairmen Dr. and Mrs. Jose
Cabot.

Hyman Safran receives a scroll honoring him as a Louis
Marshall Award winner from Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor
of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, at the annual
dinner of the Seminary's National Patrons Society, held in New
York. The award, which includes a gold medal, was presented to
Safran, a leader in the printing industry in Detroit, for commun-
ity leadership. It is named after the rioted constitutional lawyer,
Louis Marshall, who was chairman of the Seminary's beard of
directors from 1904 until his death in 1929. In the center is
Charles Frost, president of the National Patrons Society.

Honor Cantor Goldring's Memory
with Recordings of 10 of His Songs

Judah Goldring had gained
fame as a cantor before coming
to Detroit. Here, in his '30s, he
married another distinguished
musician, Florence Weintraub,
and was a pop-
. 7q:M ular soloist.
He was can-
tor of Temple
Emanu-El, In-
dian ap o lis,
when he was
a fflicted by a
serious illness
and was called
by .death at
the age of 43,
leaving his
wife and three
children.
"His voice
lives on," his
family and
Cantor Goldring friends stated,
and a number of his songs have
been recorded under the title
"The Voice of Judah Goldring
Lives On."
The record has been made
available here. It can be pur-
chased from the Borinstein or
Spitzer Book Stores, and at Con-
gregation Beth Aarori, where he
was cantor while in Detroit.
Also, a close friend of the de-
parted, Cantor Nicholas Fenakel,
of Congregation Adas Shalom
has undertaken to distribute 20
copies of the record, and he h
expressed hope that friends
the late Cantor Goldring will
tain his record.
The songs recorded by Go
ring i n c 11.1 d e "Elu. Dvorh
("Timeless Possession"), "Mi
mor L'Dovid," ("The Earth Is
the Lord's . . ."), "The House
I Live In" and "B'Vet Hamik-
dosh" ("Songs of the Temple")
on the first side of the long-
playing record. The second side
includes: "U'Vchen Y'Hi Rotzon"
(Safira counting), "Rosh Cho-
desh" ("Blessing the New
Moon"), "Amar Amar Rabbi"—a
Yemenite melody, "V'Yirusha-
layim Yircho" ("May Jerusalem
Be Restored") and "Birchas Ko-
hanim."
His widow, who now conducts
a temple choir in Indianapolis,

accompanied her husband in the
recording of these songs.
The late Cantor Goldring was
a soloist in a leading choir at
the age of 8, and at 18 he was
cantor of the Prague Temple.

Members of 700 Conservative
congregations in the United
States and Canada will join this
weekend in observing United
Synagogue Sabbath, commem-
orating the yahrzeit of Prof.
Solomon Schechter, founder of
the United Sy nagogue of
America, and architect of the
Conservative movement.
United Synagogue Sabbath,
celebrated each year on the
Sabbath closest to Kislev 12, is
utilized by Conservative Jews to
rededicate themselves to the
values of Judaism which Solo-
mon Schechter labored to
strengthen and preserve on this
continent.

Participating will be e fam-
ilies of Dr. Henry ris, Her-
man Fishman, Ca r Reuven
Frankel, David A.
ldman, Ir-
There will be no s
it
win Green, Dr. Sa
el Krohn, unds. "Our only p
Irwin Shapiro and . Samuel
arry Blitz, Youn
Stulberg.
• resident, "is to
etro'
"A Chorus in Braille,"
ewry with tr
ional Judaism."
adapted by Mrs. Baer Keidan,
assisted by Mrs. Perry Gold
man, will be featured, with
Esta Frank directing and par-
ticipating in the performance.
Appearing with her as her
synagogue "family" will be
Mesdames Henry Auslander, H.
King Brown, Irving Burke, Ben
Davidson, Herman F i s h m a n,
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Ivan Meisner, Charles Milan
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and David Steinman.
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accompanist. Publicity art for
the show was done by Mrs.
Alvin Geffen.
Refreshments will be served.

1 Jerry BAKER'S

free of charge. Subsequent lec-
tures will be held Jan. 16, Feb.
15, and March 12.

Hanukah Party
of ZOD on Dec. 8

The annual Hanukah party of
Zionist Organization of De-
ll take place 8:30 p.m.,
Thursaa
nor.
Judge Ira
Kaufman,
ident, invites
members and
friends to attend.
Rabbi Morris
dler will
on "A Look at • merican
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Rabbi Isaac L. Swift-of Engle-
wood, N.J., will be guest speaker
in the first of a special lecture
series sponsored by the Young
Israel Council of Metropolitan
Detroit to "present the Orthodox
point of view" to the Detroit
community.
He
— the Challenge to Mod-
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United Synagogue
Sabbath Tomorrow

Englewood Rabbi Swift Gives Orthodox View

SIAM' noluati

Shaarey Zedek
Presents 'Family
Talent Night'

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Safran Gets Marshall Award

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