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January 22, 1971 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-22

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Friday, January 22, 1971-25
Center to Host Arthur Mitchell Rita Grossman Bride THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
and Dance Theater of
of Mr. Norman Dines Sholem Aleichem Institute Art Show
Arthur Mitchell, lead dancer

with the New York City Ballet
Company, will present a new dance
troupe to Detroit audiences next
month.
On Feb. 14 at the Jewish Center,
Mitchell's all-Black company will
present a lecture-demonstration of
its skill in ballet, modern and jazz
dancing at 3 p.m. in Shiffman Hall.
Tickets are now available at the
Center.
Mitchell started his company —
which "would combine the disci-
pline of the ballet with the rhyth-
mic quality of sense of freedom that
marks Negro dancing"—by open-
ing a school in the heart of Harlem

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at the Morningside Avenue Church.
Many have responded to his call
for help in training the young peo-
ple who come to him; Karel Shook,
former ballet master of Nether.
lands Ballet; Mary Hinkson, lead
dancer of the Martha Graham
Company; and the Ford Founda-
tion.

take place Feb. 5.7 at the old Insti-
tute building, 19350 Greenfield,
now occupied by a nursery school.
Chairmen Mrs. Gertrude Forman
and Mrs. Harry Roth said Bob
Talbert, Free Press columnist, will
attend the traditional "Celebrity
Night" at the show Saturday. He
will chat wih visitors, sign auto-
graphs and select recipients of
three prizes—paintings donated by
their artists. The three are: Cor-
nelia Covent, whose works hang in
the Grand Rapids Museum and the
Wayne State Gallery.

In addition to the performance, a
three-day workshop for experi-
enced dancers only will be held
7 p.m. Feb. 14-16 also in Shiffman
Hall. Tickets are available at the
Center, 341-4200, or 399-3806.

MRS. NORMAN DINES

Rita Grossman and Norman
Michigan's public roads and
streets would go around the equa- Dines were united in marriage by
Rabbi Mordecai Halpern and Can-
tor more than four times.
to Reuben Erlbaum in an evening
ceremony recently at Cong. Beth
YOUR CANDID COLOR
Shalom.

WILL BE

FINER

WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY

WIN

Look for the bright red package
at your favorite store.

Maid of honor was the biide's
sister, Shirley; and sisters, Evelyn
and Rosy, were bridesmaids. The
bridegroom's brother Harry was
best man, and ushers were Mar-
tin Strauss of New York and Ger-
ald 'Hauptman of Philadelphia.
Riva Dines was flower girl.
Following a honeymoon in Can-
ada, the couple is living in Detroit.

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Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Grossman of Rose-
mary Ave., Oak Park, and Mrs.
Esther Dines of Meyers Rd. and
the late Mr. Sidney Dines.
The bride chose an Empire-
style antique satin gown, with
Alencon lace on the bodice and

train. She wore a matching veil
and carried a cascade of or-
chids and roses.

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The eighth annual art show of part in the show before and some
the Sholem Aleichem Institute will of the 78 artists who are new to

Under the auspices of the De-
troit Metropolitan Dance Project,
Mitchell and the Dance Theater
of Harlem will share the fruits of
years of dedicated effort with
dance audiences.

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Rabbi Schonfeld
to Address Dinner
to Help Hospital

Rabbi Fabian Schofield. rabbi
of Young Israel of Kew Gardens
Hill and vice president of the Rab-
binical Council of America, will be
guest speaker at the annual dinner
of the Detroit Friends of Shaare
Zedek Hosoital in Jerusalem, 6:30
p.m. Jan. 31 at the Jewish Center.
Proceeds will go -toward -the pri-
vate, volunteer hosnital which
seeks support for
a new medical
"enter being
built at a cost
of 60,000,000
pounds (517,400,-
000).
Dr. Hugo Man-
delbaum, treas.
urer of Detroit
Friends, will be
honoree at the
dinne r. Can'or Rabbi Schofield
Hyman Adler of Cong. Bnai David
Mrg. Forman
Mrs. Roth
will be guest speaker.
The speaker, ordained at Yes-
On opening night, visitors wilt
hiva University, is bon wary
have an opportunity to meet many
president of the university's rab-
of the 136 artists who have taken

binic alumni group. He is past
president of the Rabbinic-al As-
sociation of Queens and past
chairman of the Council of
Young Israel Rabbis.
He is vice president of the com-

Ulhan Cook

By

Louis Levine, chairman of Far-
Ruth
band City Committee, invites the
community to a cultural evening
Sirkis
honoring Aaron Kutnick, author of
"In Search For Happiness," 8:30
(Copyright .V
p.m. Jan. 30 at the Workmen's Cir-
1970.
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cle Center.
--.
There will be a book review.

greetings and comments by repre-
ONION SCUP
sentatives of the Labor Zionist
To many' people a meal without
movement and community leaders. soup is not considered a meal at
Kutnick is active in Poale Zion all. A good soup fills you up pleas-
and Farband. He has lectured, antly, and enables you to comfor-
and written for Hebrew, Yiddish tably enjoy the rest of the meal.
and English periodicals.
Soups are cool and light in winter
In spring, he and his wife will and hot and somewhat heavy inj
winter. Our soup here is a winter
leave to settle in Israel.
Refreshments will be served. No soup. It is made of onions which !'
are sauted in butter, and also with
admission charge.
vegetable stock, wine and cheese.
Serve it with crisp white bread and
enjoy!

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Sophie Fordon of Oak Park,
whose works hang at the Mikvey-
Israel Agricultural School in Is-
rael and the Jewish Center, (as
well as In the private collections
of Moshe Dayan and Sammy
Davis Sr.); and Fay Freedman,
winner of the Best Print sub-
mitted to the. Wilmington Mu-
seum of Fine Art in 1964 and
whose works are part of several
galleries.

the Sholem Aleichem Institute art
show.
On Feb. 5, the show will take
place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
ti p.m. to 10 p.m.; on Feb. 6, /from
noon to 10 p.m.; and on Feb. 7,
from 1 to 5 p.m.

mission of synagogue relations of
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New York and chair-
man of the Rabbinical Council of
America Israel commission. He
holds the Federation's Israel Cum-
mings Award in reco.nition of h's
contributions to the Jewish aspect
of social work.
For dinner res.-vations, call
Alex Roberg, 544-8412.

Joan Borinstein's Troth
Announced at Party

For six to eight servings:
One and one-half pounds yellow onion
Three this. salad oil
Three this. butter
One tsp. salt
One tsp. sugar
Three tills. flour
Eight cups of vegetable stock
One-half cup white wine
One-half cap grated Swiss cheese
For vegetable stock:
Two onions
Two carrots
One-half celery root
Ten sprigs of parsley
One bay leaf
One clove of garlic
Two tsp. salt
One-half tsp. pepp:r
Ten cups of water

1. Start with the vegetable stock. Clean
and pare the vegetables and put them
In a pot with the water and season-
ings. Bring to a boll, and boll for
about thirty minutes. This also will
be the time when the onions are
ready.

2.Peel the onions and slice them into
very torn slices.
-
3.In a large skillet, melt the butter
with the oil. Saute the onions and
cook them over low heat for twenty
to thirty minutes, until the onions
- are nicely browned. Stir occasionally.
Sprinkle with salt, sugar and flour,
mix and continue cooking for another
two minutes.
4. Separate the vegetables from the
stock by either removing them with
a slotted spoon or a colander. Com-
bine the clear stock with the onions
In the pot and cook for about thirty
minutes. Taste and correct seasoning,
if needed. At this point the soup Is
ready. If you plan to serve it later,
you can cool it and pre-heat it before
serving.
5. Just before serving add the wine, and
bring to a strong boll for five min
utes. Serve' the soup hot with white
around whit, bread and cheese for

MISS JOAN BORINSTEIN

At a New Year's Eve party, Mr
and Mrs. Manuel Barinstein, for.
mer Detroiters of Los' Angeles,
announced the engagement of their
daughter Joan Nancy to. Dr. Ber-
tram Albert Maltz, son of Mrs.

Freda Robins and the late !Tanis
Maltz of Johannesburg.
The bride-elect attended the Uni-

versity of Michigan, where she
was affiliated with Sigma Delta

Tau sorority. She is a senior at the
University of California at Los
Angeles. Her fiance, a graduate
of Kingswood College in South
Africa, holds MB and ChB degrees
from the University of . Liverpool.
He has completed a fellowship in
rheumatology at Waciswzrth Hos-
pital and UCLA.
- A July wedding is being planned.

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