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January 01, 1982 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, January 1, 1982

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club or private party.

By NORMA BARACH
(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

Cook mixed vegetables 3 to
4 minutes after the water
comes to a boil. Cook the
brussels sprouts and caulif-
lower until they are just barely
tender and are still a bit crisp.
Drain water from vegetables
and mix with fresh celery. Toss
with the dressing. Arrange
Romaine lettuce on a platter
and place vegetable salad in
middle. Garnish with tomato
and hard-boiled egg wedges.

Serves 8-10

1 20-oz. pkg. frozen mixed
vegetables
1 9-oz. pkg. frozen brussels
sprouts
1 9-oz. pkg. frozen cauliflower
1 cup chopped fresh celery
1/2 bottle Italian dressing
Romaine lettuce
1 large tomato, cut into
wedges
2 hard-boiled eggs, cut into
wedges

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BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES junior
congregation will not hold
services Jan. 2, but will re-
sume Jan. 9.
All youth are invited to
the open youth lounge 6:15
p.m. Tuesdays. Games and a
hot dog dinner are availa-
ble.
Applications are still av-
ailable for the Tamarack
weekends Jan. 22-24
(grades three-six) and Feb.
5-7 (grades seven-12). For
details, call the youth office,
851-6880.

Lanes West, meeting at
12:15 • p.m. at the
synagogue. Participants
should bring a bagged dairy
lunch to be eaten at the
synagogue. Beverages will
be served.
Cost of the afternoon in-
cludes two games and shoe
rental. Drivers are needed,
and pickup will - be at Beth
Shalom. For details, call
Miss Press.

BETH - SHALOM
Yeladim will have a games
afternoon 12:15 p.m. Jan. 10
in the synagogue board
room. Participants are re-
quested to bring a bagged
dairy lunch. Beverages will
be served.

Children should bring
their favorite board games.
There will be prizes. For de-
tails, call Heidi Press, ad-
viser, 424-8833, weekdays

The Yachad group will go
bowling Jan. 17 at Ark

Anita Hoffman Is Married

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Anita Hoffman and Scott
Morton were married in a
recent ceremony at the
Michigan Inn. Rabbi Harold
Loss of Temple Israel of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter

Selis, Steven Wolinsky
and Andrew Goldinger.
Following a honeymoon
in New York, the couple are
residing in Royal Oak.

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The Israel Supreme Court
rejected an appeal against
the coalition agreement be-
tween Likud and Agudat Is-
rael which exempts religi-
bus persons from military
service.
The court held that the
appelant, attorney Yehuda
Ressler, failed to prove that
not drafting religious per-
sons prolonged his own
military service.
Under the coalition ag-
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all Israelis are subjected to
was waived for yeshiva stu-
dents and teachers, Or-
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secular persons who became
Orthodox Jews.
According to justices Yit-
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