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May 01, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-01

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Young Artist, Realizing an Old Dream, Will Open Gallery Here Sunday
Patricia Weinsteiii,
By CHARLOTTE HYAMS
Arnold always was discussing his
However, he did come across
The young entrepreneur is a
Harvey Hauer to Wed When
Arnold Lawrence was great dream: "to open my own
with a few tidbits. A 1959 Mum-
little stunned by the warm recep-

MISS PATRICIA WEINSTEIN

A a recent cocktail party Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Weinstein, 5501.
W. Outer Dr., announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Pat-
ricia Diane, to Harvey Irwin Hauer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hauer,
18100 Appoline.
The bride-elect is a senior in
Wayne State University's College
of Education; and her fiance is a
WSU graduate, attending 1 a w
school there. He is affiliated with
Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity.
The couple plans a Dec. 20 wed-
ding.

Shavuot Cheese

Recipe Delicacies

The food product traditionally
associated with Shavuot is cheese,
and Jewish families look forward
to the cheese mixtures and deli-
cacies and other dairy products
served during the two-day holiday.
Alfred Parker, executive chef at
Yeshiva University, New York, a
foremost authority on Jewish cook-
ing, says that Shavuot offers un-
limited possibilities for the enter-
prising housewife and homemaker.
Here is Parker's recipe for
cheese cake:

RECIPE FOR CHEESE CAKE
Ingredients for Crust
One cup of corn flakes or graham
crackers
A quarter of a pound of butter
Three tablespoons of sugar
One teaspoonful of cinnamon
One cup of pineapple pie filling or
cherry pie filling
Ingredients for Cheese Mix
One teaspoonful of vanilla
One pound of cream cheese
One cup of sugar
Six eggs
One cup of sour cream
One tablespoon of flour
Grated skin of one lemon
Pinch of salt

Start to make the crust by crushing
the corn flakes or the crackers into
small pieces. Then mix with butter,
sugar and cinnamon. Spread out on
bottom springform. Add fruit filling on
top. Mix egg yolks with sugar, cream
cheese, sour cream and a pinch of salt.
Then add lemon, flour and vanilla.
Beat egg whites to a snow and fold
in the mixture. Place the mixture on
top of the food filling and bake at
350 degrees for one hour. Let it cool
by opening door of stove. Twelve por-
tions.

RECIPE FOR CHEESE PANCAKES

One pound of farmer cheese
Two eggs
Two cups of matzah meal
One-half cup of sugar
Two ounces of diluted butter
One-half teaspoonful of salt
Grated skin of one lemon
One teaspoonful of vanilla
One cup of corn flakes crumbs

Grind cheese and mix with egg yolks,
add butter. Then add sugar, grated
lemon, vanilla and matzah meal. Beat
egg whites until stiff and fold in the
mixture. Form into pancakes and roll
in corn flakes. Fry in hot vegetable
shortening. Serve with sour cream or
food sauce. Twelve servings.

Anthropologist Moss
Will 'View the Jews'

Anthropologist Leonard M o s s,
chairman of the sociology-anthro-
pology department at Wayne State
University, will appear before the
Parent - Teachers Organization of
Hillel Day S c ho o l 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Jewish Center.
Dr. Moss will discuss "An
Anthropologist Views the Jews."
Hillel PTO officers will be
elected, and refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 1, 1964
23

still in the crib, he reached out
his little hand, grabbed a pencil
and started to draw a picture on
the flyleaf of a book.
There's been a pencil — or a
paintbrush, or a sculptor's tool—
in his hand ever since.
Arnold, 23, director of the new
Madison Gallery of Arts, 297 E.
Grand River, swears that his career
began in that
crib. His parents,'
Mr. and Mrs.
William E d e 1 -
stein of 20539
Murray Hill, who
always have
backed their son
in his projects,
support this story
too. Even his
three sisters, all
non-artists b u t
Lawrence
interested observers, stick by their
brother's version.
As editorial assistant of The
Jewish News (he left this week to
devote more time to the gallery),

Group College Rummage
to Benefit Child Institute

gallery."
He has a partner in his enter-
prise, 26-year-old Andrew Kos, a
graduate student in English at
Wayne State University. The
two of them plan to offer quality
art for the young collector
"short on cash, but long on in-
terest."
Arnold, a slight, easy-going chap
who recently shaved off the be-
ginnings of a goatee ("As you can
see from the picture, it was the
wrong art director image. I've
switched to Ivy League and taken
up pipe smoking"), has been shar-
ing his art talents with the Detroit
public schools, student teaching at
Pershing High. He will be grad-
uated from Wayne State Univer-
sity's art education department in
December.
It's not easy to get any informa-
tion on Arnold's background.
Every time he's pinned down, he
wriggles out and starts talking
about the gallery. "Why not? Most
of my waking hours are spent
there," he commented, pointing to
a bleary eye.

SAVE
TIME

Members of the Northwest De-
troit Chapter, Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital,
will pick up any usable articles of
clothing, household items or small
pieces of furniture to be sold at a
rummage sale in May. Proceeds
will go to the Institute. For pick-
ups, call Mrs. Naomi Phillips, DI
1-4497, or Mrs. Margaret Pollak,
EL 6-8072.

ford graduate, he received four
gold keys for jewelry in the
citywide Scholastic Art Contest.
He attended Yeshiva afternoon
school, and three years ago was
in Israel for six months.
Arnold is a former student of
Trudi Schreiber and has taken spe-
cial art classes at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts. Before switching to
art education at WSU, he was a
fine arts major. He worked in
Hudson's display department and
for Lester Arwin at Grinnell Gal-
leries.
An art collector in his own
right, Arnold refuses to show his
work. "But maybe one day . . ."
he added.

BRANCH 2 WILL MEET
Branch 2, L.Z.O.A. will meet 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the home of Mr.
and' Mrs. Sam Yagoda, 5451 W.
Outer Dr. Aaron Bornstein will
speak on "The Revolutionary 20th
Century." Refreshments will be
served.

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tion to his gallery. Noted profes-
sional artists whose work sells for
hundreds of dollars have offered
a wide selection, all priced under
$100, for his first showing Sunday.
Is Arnold shaky about his de-
but? "No," he replied thoughtfully,
"if only I can keep from choking
on my pipe."

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