THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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TV ACTING CLASSES
CHILDREN • TEENS • ADULTS
r' Gemini Performs
At Main Center
"Gemini" will perform original
folk music in concert at the main
Jewish Community Center on
Saturday at 8 p.m.
The folk duo consists of two
brothers, Sandor and Laszlo
Slomovits. In the winter of 1981-
1982, they each received indi-
vidual creative artist grants from
the Michigan Council for the Arts.
Under these grants, Sandor set to
music poems by contemporary
American poets e.e. cummings
and William Stafford, while
Laszlo wrote song-portraits high-
lighting the qualities of greatness
in the lives of ordinary people.
The brothers also wrote and re-
corded music for educational TV
programs at Wayne State Univer-
sity and for films produced by
High Scope Foundation, a nation-
ally recognized educational
In 1982, Gemini released Good
Mischief, their first children's al-
bum. In 1983, Gemini recorded
the album Rhythmically Moving
for High Scope, this is the first in a
series of albums for teaching
movement and dance to children.
For information, call the center,
661-1000, ext. 250.
TV & Radio Commercials, Film, Soaps, Stage
Weekday and Saturday Classes
Every class includes lecture, memorization, performance and video
playback. Taught by someone with ten years of professional acting and
teaching expertise, who knows that experience in front of a camera is the best
way to build confidence and sharpen skills.
Friday, February 15, 1985 7
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Beth Shalom Men
Host Open Forum
Cong. Beth Shalom Men's Club
will sponsor an open forum on the
question of church-state separa-
tion at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Miriam Schey, community af-
fairs associate of. the Jewish
Community Council, will speak
on "The Continued Jewish Battle
for the Separation of Church and
Coffee and cake will be served.
Admission is free, and the com-
munity is invited.
• hiterriatio;ral Recipes.
XiCalla Style. Reci
orn, Red Peppers, Kidney Beans, Peas -
and Onions with a Seasoned Sauce. .
For Health Plan
A comprehensive program
aimed at improving employee
health and productivity, while re-
ducing health care costs for em-
ployers, has been launched jointly
by Oakwood Hospital, Dearborn,
and Sinai Hospital of Detroit.
The four-year, $600,000
"Health in Business" program is
supported in part by a $300,000
grant from the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation of Princeton,
N.J. Both hospitals are contribut-
ing $150,000 each.
This recipe for a
Mexican favorite is zesty
and easy. It makes for a
meal you'll enjoy and
compliments you'll love.
1 package (10 oz.) Birds Eye
Mexicana Style Vegetables
with a Seasoned Sauce
18 nacho chips
WSU Hillel Slates
Talk By Druze MK
The B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at Wayne State University
will present Druze Knesset
member Zeidan Atashi noon
March 4 in the Hilberry "A" con-
ference room of the Student Cen-
ter on campus.
For information, call the WSU
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1 cup refried beans
6 oz. Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
Chopped drained canned jalepeno
pepper to taste
Prepare vegetables as directed on package. Meanwhile, spread refried beans
onto nacho chips. Arrange chips on oven-proof plate; top with vegetables.
Sprinkle with cheese, then peppers. Broil until heated through and cheese
melts. Makes 3 servings. Calories per serving — 350.
(For more recipes look on the back of Birds Eye International Recipe Vegetables
or write to: International Recipes, General Foods Corp.,
P.O. Box 3677, Kankakee, IL 60902
1984 General Foods Corporation.