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July 10, 1991
Philip Nusbaum, formerly of here, has been deployed to Turkey after spending two months in the Persian Gulf.The 1975 graduate of Westminster High flies 58 Delta Scout aircraft for the Army as part of Operation Provide Comfort on the Turkish border.Nusbaum's wife, Patricia Desmond Nusbaum, and son, Christopher, live in Fulda, Germany.His tour of duty there will be finished next April, when the family expects to return to Carroll.Nusbaum's mother is Madeline Nusbaum, and his in-laws are Harry and Mary Desmond.
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NEWS
November 11, 2002
SOME EXPRESSIONS of Islamic faith that would barely raise an eyebrow in the United States -- wearing a veil in a public building, for instance -- are illegal in Turkey. Adamantly secular since 1923, Turkey has fiercely clung to the image of itself as the modern exception in the Muslim world. Yet modernism has a way of growing old. Long after its big neighbor to the north abandoned the cult of Lenin, Turkey still adorns every office and every piece of money and every school building with the image of Mustafa Kemal, or Ataturk, the founding father who wore wing collars, outlawed the fez, drank raki with gusto -- and scorned what he saw as the irrationality of organized religion.
FEATURES
By Carol Cutler and Carol Cutler,Copley News Service | November 20, 1991
Who says Thanksgiving has to be a gargantuan meal? Traditional, yes, but no creature should be stuffed other than the turkey. The family should walk away from the table, not waddle.With the country's concerns about money and waste, Thanksgiving 1991 seems the perfect moment to be sensible and show restraint. Who enjoys eating turkey for a week after the event?Plan this holiday meal as you would any other dinner party. Count how many people will be eating and construct your meal accordingly.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2011
Leading up to the big Diner reunion on Dec. 10, The Charles is showing a retrospective of Barry Levinson's "Baltimore films. " The screenings begin on Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve, with "Avalon "(1990).  Ask 10 people what their favorite moment from the movie is, and all 10 will say it's Lou Jacobi's Thanksgiving Day tantrum. Late again for dinner, Jacobi's Uncle Gabe is stunned to discoverer that his family, this time, didn't wait for him. Roger Ebert called "You cut the turkey without me?
FEATURES
By Sherrie Ruhl and Sherrie Ruhl,Evening Sun Staff | November 20, 1991
HOW BIG OF a turkey do you need? Plan on three-quarters of a pound per serving if the turkey is more than 12 pounds; one-pound per serving if the bird weighs 12 pounds or less.Do you have a turkey question? Call the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line. This toll-free hot line available to callers nationwide who have questions about cooking their Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys.Forty-four trained home economists and nutritionists are available with answers to any turkey preparation question, from how much to buy to properly storing leftovers.
FEATURES
November 20, 1991
The turkey is a classic symbol of the holiday -- and a centerpiece for the holiday dinner table.Basting the bird with a glaze in the final stage of roasting will accentuate its appearance -- and enhance its flavor.* Protect the turkey from overbrowning by creating a foil tent that shields the whole bird. Remove the foil tent when the basting begins, usually 20 to 60 minutes before the turkey is done.* Enhance the turkey's color and flavor by coating the turkey with the glaze every 10 to 15 minutes.
NEWS
By Renee Enna and Renee Enna,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | October 27, 2004
Pears, with their crisp texture and subtle fruitiness, team with walnuts and turkey, dried cranberries and sherry for a fall-themed pasta dish. Sherry and dried cranberries add tartness, but this is the kind of dish you can tailor to your tastes and your pantry. Any white wine or dried berry could be substituted. Tips Apples can replace the pears. No pasta in the cupboard? Rice or couscous will work, too. Menu Turkey and pasta with pears and walnuts Sauteed spinach Cheese and rustic bread Spice cookies Chardonnay Turkey Breast Pasta With Pears and Walnuts Makes 6 servings Preparation time: 20 minutes; cooking time: 20 minutes 1 pound spaghetti 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 pound turkey cutlets, thinly sliced 1 small onion, thinly sliced 3 pears, diced 1/2 cup each: coarsely chopped walnuts, dried sweetened cranberries, sherry 2 teaspoons chopped fresh sage or 1 teaspoon dried 1 cup chicken broth 1/2 teaspoon salt or to taste freshly ground pepper 1/4 cup fresh chopped parsley (optional)
NEWS
By Amberin Zaman and Amberin Zaman,Los Angeles Times | September 25, 2005
ISTANBUL, TURKEY // A conference on the mass killings of ethnic Armenians during the last days of the Ottoman Empire opened here amid heavy security yesterday in defiance of a court ban. The forum was hailed by participants and Western observers as a groundbreaking event at which Turkish academics, for the first time, could publicly challenge their country's official version of the events leading to the Armenian tragedy. Hundreds of protesters waving Turkish flags pelted the arriving panelists with eggs and rotten tomatoes, expressing the fury felt by many Turks over efforts to open their country's painful past to debate.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd | November 25, 2002
SOMEDAY WE'LL BE telling the grandkids about the great Turkey Wars of Thanksgiving '02, when the price of a bird dropped quicker than tech stock, and the supermarkets were practically giving the stuff away. Don't believe me? Check out the newspaper ads, friend. It's like the retail version of the Bloods vs. the Crips. Except every other day another store seems to jump into the rumble. Safeway announces a sale price of 39 cents a pound for frozen turkeys, which matches SuperFresh. Giant drops its price to 33, which is quickly matched by SuperFresh.
NEWS
September 5, 1991
The United States is condemned to a double-standard as protector of Iraqi Kurds against Saddam Hussein and as the tut-tutting ally of a Turkish government accused of atrocities against its Kurdish population. This is an embarrassment growing out of the gulf war that just won't go away. Though Turkey and Iraq were enemies in that conflict and Iran and Iraq fought an eight-year war shortly before, all three governments reject the idea of an independent Kurdistan in that part of the world. So does Washington, quietly.
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