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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

SEPTEMBER 1983 & r£j fl-f 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal Page 13 MOVING EXPENSES WHAT'S DEDUCTIBLE? by George M. Yeiter, CPA One out of every six American families moves every year. If you're one of those families this year, keep a record of your moving costs; they may be tax deduct- ible. To be deductible, your move must be related to be- ginning work in a new location either as an employee or as a self-employed individual, and your new job must be at least 35 miles farther from your old home than your old job was. If your move qualifies, here's what you can deduct: 1. Up to $1,500 of expenses for house-hunting trips and temporary living costs at your new location. 2. Expenses of selling your old home and purchasing a new one - real estate commissions, attorney fees, title fees, escrow fees, and loan point fees. These expenses, combined with the house-hunting and temporary living ex- penses, are subject to a $3,000 limit. If you sell your house for less than you paid for it, you...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

Page 14 rij A t 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1983 FROM THE KITCHEN OF CATHERINE GEE WACKY CAKE 3 C. flour 2 C. sugar 6 tbsp. cocoa 1 tsp. salt 2 tsp. baking soda 3/4 C. oil 2 C. water 2 tbsp. vinegar 2 tsp. vanilla Sift dry ingredients together and pour into a 9x13 pan. Combine remaining ingredients and add to dry ingre- dients stirring with a fork until batter is smooth. Bake at 350° for 35 minutes. ICING FOR WACKY CAKE 1 C. brown sugar 1 tsp. butter or oleo 3 tbsp. cream or milk 1 tsp. vanilla 1/2 C. powdered sugar Heat first three ingredients until it starts to boil. Remove from heat and add remaining two ingredients. Beat and spread on cake while both are warm. NOTE: This cake has no eggs and is good for those who like sweets but are on a no cholesterol diet. Chinatown Mall Development, Inc. 1 - 4. MAuHi'tiiift Wta# isa&j&j*:- 7. ej# . &&H^WW£fb1£d}{4 . & • W&S'fcaftt 9. 10.ft * mxm&m > - * EXfcaI mmis - <. 11.tt ' ± - tprnxtte - fifl...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

SEPTEMBER 1983 At Southwest Chinese Journal Page 15 I Susan's Kitchen ORIENTAL & SOUTH AMERICAN FOOD in Fiesta Mart 6200 Bellaire (at Hillcroft) BUSINESS HOURS: 10:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. LUNCH SPECIAL i . 1 EGG ROLL (7 days a week) j * PRAWN CRACKERS * FRIED RICE or NOODLES Plus 1 main course (Different item every day) Pepper Steak, Curry Chicken Curry Beef, Meat Ball Sweet & Sour Chicken Sweet & Sour Pork >5^. on,v Mushroom Chicken &&&& • mm • mm o°o ttm • mm • (<P < n * m * B * t&n) Q OQ - zmmm. • §BS BOSTON .MAINESSSfr^giSSfi. mm V IS NOW OPEN AT I 1603 Spencer Hwy (pasadena)^$)H &6200 Bellaire (S.W. HILLCR0FT)®&1 :3 2323 WIRT RD. (N.W.)MI 110401 JENSEN DR.(at 59 N0RTH)^bl 5 3140 FULTONffr+l :§ 2300 N. SHEPHERRD(Just South of loop 610 N.)itti 7 800 S. WAYSIDE(Betweer Harrisiurg & Lawndale)rf)(^l 8 5600 MYKAWA RD. (at lop 610s)$I 9 AVE H. ROSENBERG (next to Kmart) \ f O ■> l- ^ u r\ n ^ r 'ogogtJXO I 1 Ifiifsfill 'gOogSgS"0" ,0°...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

Page 16 西南時報 Soulhw€8t Chinese Journal SEPTEMBER 1983 商業常識(三 -?ff'ii^計師 y 佐,£ 般檔案保存期眼 對於許多公司行號或家庭ffnv",保存芮有的紀録檔案 是挺頒痛的,下面的列戎將一此-.記録與存檔時限做一侗簡 略指導供大家參考— m記録丨 開出支票 銀行存款-¥. 銀行收支表 退税表 支出報表 娱樂支出费 財務報表 合約 會議記録 合資股份記銶 聘用記録 折筲:ni録 房地產記録 流水幅,會計記綠 存貨記録 1般來説對於州政府的退税須保存•:."年 况下爲六年,+過如果在報税方而出了麻煩 錢時限丨 三年 三年 -«、三 六年 永久 三年 三年 永遠 永遠 公:存在期限 永遠 被俯期限加三年 公司存在期限 永遠 公司存在期限加三年 三年 .在某些情 ,則保r/-叫 限就另當别論了,這是説州政府的税柊/"J在正常怙况F 會査閲過去三年的記錄,而沱W此-:州内期限又有不R, 所以最好選擇铰長的保存期限爲妥當。 如何決定保留你自己的一些記録,你M好考澳水久 性的保留那些公司機構與政府無法再發給你的文件• 失業華人工程師<:::Y;A:TyX, fx:Yyx:v何去何從? 儘管全美旳失業牟釘下降之趨勢,但德州旳失戈人口 仍在上升中;以休士頓地區ffD...li,失ri的準人工裎師或從 事枓抆工作人員就超過r三、四•白。ia些人多半是從車於 石油、石化或有關行業旳。以U前旳t,!i-況石來,M些行M 在短期內很難有轉機 乙烯廠来説,现有工廠之產M I 維持十年不冉建新廠之耑耍。換d之,_:iii些失業旳人材, 欲在短期內蟑得工作是相當旳困難。爲了id些H技人材旳 何去何從!十數位從审::1£1方面工作的单人#舉行過四、五 次旳座談矜,並且提出了一個具體旳方法來解決問题。以 下是這個座談#旳總結: 現今在美单人r程帥或科技人U都足受到良好旳埤戈 訓練,知識水準很卨’加上中國人都俱有刻苦耐勞之本性 ,1般工作上旳衣現都是非常好旳••史有許多人在科技上 有突出旳成就,然而:ia.成就與农現,僅蜓於個人性旳!若 是從集體方面來f,少存单人刚體或企龙在社會上佔有特 殊旳地位!至於何種原因造成单人科抆人員旳大-rll失.19. 下面分一 I方面来討論: ㈠中國傅統文化,皙俗與歐美之差異——在傳統文化 習俗下...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

|香港車房 HONG KONG | 録AUTO REPAIR and BODY SHOPg ■Hf多年經驗泠理各牌汽車 乏| § 價錢公道。保浼滿意 KWOK KUEN WU 胡网机 Tel.: 223-5231 蓉 2120 McKinneyly! •IIUH丨丨丨丨丨丨丨丨_uim丨丨丨丨MH__hiim丨丨H_wm丨冊m丨洲hi Phone: 225-4266 CULLEN & POLK TEXACO SERVICE Cnmplete Auto Repairs Road Sm rte • Tires & Lubrication Slat春 Inspection % 商務機器公 ABC OFFICE MACHINES (:(). 徐振成 K)HNSON TSUI 4104 Polk Houston. Texat 77023 胞忠\n n各作 服诚公'ft Hi l"J 額j"!,名悠 i馆,取椒^ !r°5 IBM-SCM SPECIALIST S<?rvirt' 2H yi'uvs i *| hrancK lv|H'wrilrr i al( iiKilor duplM iilor 石雪平 Jackson Shih HisHuiimM I * 77401 171.1) CHIEF CANDY 649-5586 糖果、玩具批 Page 18 ..乂:十 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal 办聞 新 中.11紡熾品進出口公司紗布 小組在杳榷洽談生意成芡額達 1虑美元 (中E:新聞肚香港八月十七日電)中司紡 熾品進出口公司粆布小砠,今天圓满結束在香 港的贸易洽談•據遢猱;這次成交金額超過一 億芙元,爲這個小砠去年在香港成交金額的I 倍多。 粆布小組此次在香港洽淡活躍,主耍原因 是香港紗布業對經膂國產粆布增強了信心;同 時國內货源供應充足•近I兩年來,_產紗布 增加了適銷品掩7提高了打量,加強了在市場 上的競爭能力• 紗布小砠於本月I日抵達香港,在香港期 間'1深人考察了市場,與香港紗缶同-I界就進 I步確,大合作@何提高中國紗布產品質量等交 換了意見。中謖紡織品進出口公司負責人說~ 在香港其他紗布供噍者來原減少昀情况下,國 產紗布a的增加對香港製衣業和針熾業的發展 無疑是有幫助的,對香港經氕的繁榮和安定無 疑也是有...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

1039 嘉頓香酥月餅上市 中狄佳節必備珍品 (7)'6) (5) (4) (3) 12)(1) CHINESE RESTAURANT _ rdSOs NO.3 視高辜 切雅簏 TEL-.713-465-6830 GESSNER AT KATY FWY I1TIHJ1 TIL1LIH1 1IX1L1IT 1• 東亞食品公司 2301 CALHOUN ST. HOUSTON, TEXAS 77003 n (71 3)225-1 076 本公丨總經钔 統一企業公…各式食品 太八运丨讲奶 維他奶食品公司 , 金找枚肉腸、杳腸 j tr 金星食品公司 •用具 桊泰磁落大同磁苽 & 各式罐賴 中西雜贫 ClXl KHAT KH6NG Gt BANG : sun d^u nflnH D0U nAHH mgCH HHA • Thl 我們的價錢最廉*品質最好•歡迎各大餐館及超級市坳迸_ ,— SEPTEMBER I 分83 /• a a 0 J ft •i In r; Jl -C I a o s 寺 nMH 南 西 Page 19 壽的喜这 晚飯小策 豐儉由人 (本報訊)位於中國城渣打街 @已久的老牌糕餅店嘉頓, 爲迎合中秋佳節的來臨,特精 製了十四種不M口味的香稣月 餅供顧客選懌,不僅適合佳節 送搏、亦可邀上三五友好家中 或郊外赏月時d嘗,n味定不 同凡赞。現特將此十四補口味 列出,凡預購者町電話二二九 —九二〇六聯络,地址丨 1203 chsres Houston, Tx 7783 四黄蓮蒋月(8)蛋黄金腿月 三黄蓮蓉月(9)玫瑰豆沙月 雙黄蓮蓉月 0 五香豆蓉月 蛋黄;«蓉月al)蛋黄豆沙月 純正蓮蓉月aa蛋黄豆蓉月 金華火腿月 ⑵純正冬茸月 雙黄金腿月a4)蛋黄冬茸月 蕺耶斯達超級市場 續增二座連鎖商店 新增海鲜部 魚蝦供不應求 r 邡耶斯1±市場矣M理 <木報訊)H前已擁有九.¥連 鎖店的£耶斯達超級市場由於 價格低廉,品W精美,在不敫 使用之K,又祯械的興逮二座 更寬廣的連鎖店服格顧客,! 座位於 rs Free Way 的東邊與 Federal Road 交界傅南,一 ■^在 South pest our wo., ^ 十號公路邊,預定秋乍町以完 成#業• 據_際食品部吴纯?l!cele 提道:菲耶斯達市場内的亞洲 食品H前巳有千餘補之多,::: ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 September 1983

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

' Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 8 NO. 10 P.O.BOX 18603 AMERASIAN NETWORK DEBUTS #7 ill ^ HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 OCTOBER 1983 by Allan Gor Houston's first English-language Asian American community radio program is now on the air. On Saturday, September 10, the Amerasian Network began broadcasting on radion station KPFT-FM, located at 90.1 on the FM radio dial. Co-producers and co-moderators Glenda Joe and Betty Waki have enlisted the cooperation of local Asian Ameri- can community leaders to provide Houston radio listeners a broader, more balanced insight into the cultures and histories of Houston's numerous Asian American groups. KPFT, a community-oriented, noncommercial radio sta- tion, will broadcast the hour-long program Saturdays at 2:00 P.M. Joe and Waki have also planned extensive coverage of numerous issues of local and nationwide Asian American concern, including the Singleton Ratio issue, the Vincent Chin case and local anti-Vietna...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

Page 2 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1983 rww//2 COMING EVENTS 45-# v£ ^0 fl! DINER TO HONOR MAYOR KATHY WHITMIRE The Council of Asian American Organization will honor Kathy Whitmire, Mayor of Houston, with a dinner on October 18th at 8:00 P.M. at Stouffer's Hotel in greenway Plaza. Reservations at $25 per person are obtainable from Roberta Yang, 526-4600 — Robert Yang 729-0996. LAS VEGAS NIGHT Las Vegas Night, sponsored by the Chinese Profess- ional Club is set for Saturday, October 29th at the Strake Jesuit College Preparatory from 7:00 P.M. till 12:00 PM. Prizes will be auctioned from 11:00 P.M. till 12 midnight. All proceeds will be donated to the Chinese Professional Scholarship Fund. CPC members and the Public are cordially invited. NATIONAL DAY CELEBRATION OF THE PRC Barbecue will be the order of the day when members of Houston's Chinese Community celebrate the National Day of the P.R. of China on October 9th, 6;oo P.M. at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 2606 Louisiana ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

OCTOBER 1983 Southwest Chinese Journal Page 3 DORA MAR WONG CAN COLOR YOU FOR ALL SEASONS 1! by Sandra Wong Der Bing Do you have clothing, accessories or makeup you sel- dom wear for some unexplained reason? Could it be that something about them just isn't right? Dora Mar Wong, a stand out in any crowd, exemplifies color and fashion co-ordination in her personal appear- ance. An independent certified color consultant, Dora can help answer these questions by creating a wardrobe and look that is flattering and functional for any in- dividual . Color analysis is a concept that originated from the Bauhaus School in Germany, where artists there studied the color harmony of the four seasons (Winter, Summer, Spring and Fall). This concept later passed on to schools of design and fashion. Dora explains "color consulting is a procedure that is based upon a person's genetic color harmony. I analyze a person's skin tone, hair color and eye color and type them into nature's scheme of Summer, Sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

V Page 4 & r£) Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1983 COMMUNITY NEWS Bill and Sandi Der Bing were joined by family and friends on August 27, in celebrating the first birth- day of their son, Clifton Michael. Born on September 7, 1982, Clifton is the brother of Christopher Der- Bing and a grandson of Houstonians William and Eleanor DerBing, and of George and Beatrice Wong of Oakland, California. Tak H. Seto and wife Linda hosted a dinner party at the Lucky Inn Restaurant on Sept. 25,1983 celebrating the Grand Opening of their T & L Supermarket at 225 W. Canino Rd., Houston, Tx. 77037. The Chinese Baptist Church softball teams continue to ^xcel. The Royal Ambassadors boy's team won their league championship and the Men's team finished second in their league. Both teams participated in the Union Baptist Association Summer Softball Leagues. Commissioner for the UBA was Mike Chan. As previously announced, the C.A.C.A. is donating books to the Houston Public Library which tell of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

Page 5 r£) Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1983 MY VIEWS ON NUCLEAR ARMS REDUCTION INTRODUCTION: by ANNA LEE My name is Anna Lee and I'm a junior at Incarnate Word Academy. I wrote this essay for a United Nations essay contest when I was a sophomore. I didn't consider printing this essay at all until a recent tragedy prompt- ed me to think seriously about the consequences of a nu- clear war. The tragedy was the senseless attack on a Korean Air- lines jet by the Soviet Union. When I heard about the incident, I was really scared about what would happen if war occured between the United States and the Soviet Union. Would anyone survive at all? And if someone did survive, would the world be worth living in? At school many girls were concerned about what had happened. They weren't informed about the U.S. nuclear policy or what kind of weapons the U.S. had at all. I want to publish this essay to make people aware of the imminent danger of such lethal weapons. These weapons can only kill...

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Page 6 & & A# Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1983 AMY WANG SIT WINS TOP AWARD <$m-r I by June Dove Leong Applause...spotlights...fanfare...Recognition! Amy Wang Sit received all this and more as she was named to the Queen's Court of Recruiting at the Mary Kay Cos- metics 20th anniversary Ruby Seminar held at the Dallas Convention Center on August 31st. Amy, wife of Grace Chapel's Dr. Hong Sit, was greeted on stage by company founder and chairman Mary Kay Ash, who awarded her with a beautiful gold and diamond bum- blebee pin with emerald eyes. An independent sales director with Mary Kay Cosmetics, Amy was named to the Court of Recruiting for her recrui- ting and leadership achievements during the previous year. The highlight of Seminar is Awards Night - in itself, a $1 million evening's recognition of those who made it to the top. Singer Johnny Mathis provided the enter- tainment; Mary Kay personally crowned the Queens and their courts and showered them with fur coats, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

OCTOBER 1983 ^ if -tfl. Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 CHANNEL 11's by Allan Gor JIMMY WONG He has met both President Reagan and Vice President Bush. Also during the course of his work, he has shaken hands with Governor Mark White, and had firsthand experi- ence with the wrath of Hurricane Alicia. Yet Channel 11 News cameraman, JIMMY WONG, handles with equal aplomb both the glamor of covering these stories and the grit cf providing televised coverage of local fires and routine City Council meetings. There was nothing routine about being in Galveston when Hurricane Alicia inflicted its most catastrophic damage in August. While most of us, in the relative safety of our homes, watched and listened on our Tvs and radios for the approach of the fearsome storm, Wong was among that legion of intrepid souls whose task it was to provide the public with critical information about Alicia's direction and force. For his part, Wong certainly deserved a journ- alistic purple heart; in the course...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

OCTOBER 1983 ^7 r$] 4ll Southwest Chinese Journal Page 8 AN EYE OPENING EXPERIENCE A REPORT ON CAREER CHOICES FOR CHINESE AMERICAN TEENAGE WOMEN by Weining Chang, Ph. D. I arrived at the airport in Los Angeles late. It was already dark. I was worried about whether Gay Wong, one of the organizers of the Conference in Los Angeles, had been waiting too long for my arrival. To my surprise, when I walked out of the corridor leading from the plane, I saw Lilly Lee Chan waiting for me at the gate. She said that as a member of the hospitality committee for the Conference she had wanted to greet me personally. With her was Marcia Tu, delegate from Denver, who had served as an aid to Sara Weddington, a Texas woman who was on the Carter White House staff. As we walked out of the airport, I found Lilly Lee Chan's car parked in front of the airport, a place reserved for dignitaries. A policeman waved the traffic to a stop so that Lilly could pull out. It was this kind of experience that led me t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

OCTOBER 1983 & \fj ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 9 AHEDONIC - PEOPLE WHO CANNOT BE HAPPY ?2J Most of my friends are successful people. They are the middle professionals who are competent in their jobs, who are contributing members of the society, who are finan- cially well off. 1 see them often in social functions and work places. However, instead of a "glow of suc- cess," what I uusually see in their faces is tension and frustration. I have heard many of them complain about things that are pressuring them, things that they dis- approve of, or things that made them unhappy. As the first generation of immigrants, we are notorious for our drive for success and upward mobility. Somewhere during this drive for success we lost our ability to be happy. Ahedonia is the term used to refer to this inability to feel happiness. Like any other human emotions, unhap- piness or happiness are subjective feelings which are aroused by certain events in the environment. When we are in a bad mo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

Page 10 v^7 r£] *|L Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1983 THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE by Hugh Chin This essay is my social commentary on the way Chinese communicate with each other. I sense a great lack of communication among my own peer group — which is a loose combination of high school and college students, as well as career people. I call this "a lack of self- disclosure". Although I see this as a prevalent problem in American society, I am particularly concerned about its effects on my own people. For those of you who know me, you realize that I've been going through a lot of changes. I've been spending a lot of time away from my family, my church and school (U of H). In doing so, I've separated myself from "the three primary agents of socialization" — the family, the church, and the school. It has been very difficult for me to form an alternate "social support system" for myself — from which I can find a source of emotion- al support. I don't encourage any of the young readers to i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

OCTOBER 1983 ^-1 i£j H-t Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 11 KUNG FU" EXPLAINED The fighting technique called kungfu, made famous throughout the world by the Hong Kong produced Bruce Li films, actually refers to the wushu (martial arts) and qigong (deep breathing) exercises of China. With a popular mass character, this ancient cultural heritage has today developed into a distinctively Chinese sport. Men and women, young and old, practice it to keep fit and cultivate a serene and calm temperament. Most cities, provinces and autonomous regions have amateur wushu classes or centers. Some have wushu associations. Regional and national wushu demonstrations and competi- tion are held frequently. Wushu has four divisions - barehand boxing, the wield-' ing of weapons (cudgels and others), combat, and collec- tive performances. Many styles have arisen. Quan (box- ing), for instance, is of two kinds: beiquan, popular in the north, with much leg movement and quick dexterous movements; and nan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 October 1983

Page 12 & r^J Southwest Chinese Journal OCTOBER 1983 FROM THE KITCHEN OF . . . ED and MARY HONG SHRIMP DIP 2 8 oz. blocks of cream cheese (Philadelphia brand) 5 tbs. Hellmann's mayonnaise 3 stalks celery, chopped fine 1/2 med. onion (white) chopped fine 3 whole jalapeno peppers, chopped fine 3/4 lb. boiled deveined shrimp, cut into chunks 2 tsp. lemon juice. Mix cream cheese and mayonnaise together until soft, Add more mayonnaise if not soft enough. Add celery, onion and peppers. Add shrimp and lemon juice. Serve with nacho chips. Will serve from 10 to 20 people de- pending on what else is being served. WATERCRESS SOUP 2 cups watercress, tightly packed 1/2 pound lean beef 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon oil 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 cups chicken broth 3 cups water 1/4 teaspoon sesame seed oil Wash the watercress thoroughly and discard the hard stems, Slice the lean beef fine and mix well in a bowl with the soy sauce, oil and salt. Allow it to stand for about 30 minutes. Bring the ch...

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