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May 08, 1987 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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COOKING

BIACKELDECKERim

ALOHA from the Thopical
Blue Waters of the Pacific

Fresh Hawaiian

Fresh Hawaiian

(Dolphin) $5.25

lb.

All Natural

Fresh Hawaiian

MESQUITE WOOD
CHIPS8b.b.$2.99

BLUE MARLIN
$6.50 lb.

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Mother's Day

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all. Serve hot or cold. Serves
4-6.

VANILLA NUT COOKIES
1 cup margarine
lh cup powdered sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
2 V4 cup sifted flour
tsp. salt
1 cup chopped walnuts

Cream the margarine and
sugar until light. Add the
vanilla. Sift together the
flour and salt and gradually
add it to the creamed mix-
ture. Mix. When the dough is
smooth, add the chopped nuts

and mix thoroughly.
Make balls of about a teas-
poon of dough each. Place on
greased cookie sheets and
flatten slightly with a fork.
Bake at 400 degrees for about
10-15 minutes, just until they
begin to color slightly. Do not
let them brown.
Remove from the oven and
while still hot, roll them in
powdered sugar. When com-
pletely cool, store in a
covered container. Makes
about 3 dozen cookies.

Copyright 1987, Gloria Kaufer
Greene

JARC Names Lampert
As Assistant Director

$8999

Retiring Assistant Director,
Lynn Medow, will continue her
association with JARC as a
consultant.

`Special Day'
At Day School

Ronald Lampert

New! International Kosher
Foods from Empire...

Borekas

Indulge yourself with these delicate Grecian pastries. These
fluffy, all natural borekas come filled with creamy cheese or spinach.

Apple Strudel

Europe's. favorite dessert, filled with apples and
raisins, will bring smiles to your table. It's all natural, kosher and
delicious!

Pizza Siciliana

Zesty Pizza Siciliana topped with onions and peppers
or with mushrooms brings you the best from Italy. You'll love the delicious
blend of tangy sauce and Cholov Yisroel cheeses!

Bring some joy from the old country to your table with
these kosher taste treats. Empire bakes them to
perfection, naturally. So convenient... all you do is
heat, serve and enjoy! Ask your grocer for these
new kosher pleasures from Empire.

THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN KOSHER FOODS.
1 (800) EMPIRE-4

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Friday, May 8, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Imported
from
ISRAEL!

Ronald Lampert has joined
the Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens as assistant
director.
He will be responsible for the
supervision of the agency's pro-
gram services. These include
the Haverim Homes, the DeRoy
Apartment Program, Family
Assistance Program and Coor-
dinated Intervention Services
for Dually Diaganosed
Individuals.
Lampert was the assistant
manager of the department of
psychiatry at Harper Hospital
of Detroit. He holds a Master of
Social Work degree in ad-
ministration and interpersonal
practice from the University of
Michigan.
He has practiced as a social
worker with a variety of
populations at the department
of psychiatry of Harper
Hospital, Catholic Social Ser-
vices and the Family Service of
Detroit and Wayne County.
Lampert also was associated
for six years with the Jewish
Community Center's programs
for developmentally disabled
adults sponsored by the North-
west Child Rescue League and
worked in group homes for
disabled adults in Ann Arbor
during his undergraduate
education.

The Hillel Day School
P.T.O. will hold its first "Spe-
cial Person Day," 8:30 a.m.
Monday. Each Hillel student
may bring a parent,
grandparent, aunt, uncle,
neighbor or anyone who is
special to school.
The special people will be
treated to a light breakfast,
welcomed by the rabbi and
attend the morning minyan
and a slide presentation.
They will also have an oppor-
tunity to attend class with
their student.
The committee members
for the day are: Rochelle
Iczkovitz, Reva Thatch,
Shelia Charlip, Alita Cyrlin,
Karin Steinway, Rusty
Rossman, Gail Goodstein,
Sharon Levine and Sydelle
Grant.

Genealogy Is
Subject Of Lecture

Constance L. Ayres will
present a genealogy lecture,
sponsored by Farmington
Genealogy Society in conjunc-
tion with the Sesquicenten-
nial Lecture Series, 2 p.m.
May 16, in the Farmington
Hills Branch Auditorium. For
reservations, call the Far=
mington Community Library,
553-0300.

Scholarships

Focus: HOPE's Machinist
Training Institute has 66
scholarships available im-
mediately for qualified men
and women who are residents
of Wayne, Oakland or Macomb
Counties.
For information, call Focus:
HOPE, 867-2787.

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