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February 04, 1994 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-04

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The Fleischman Residence/Blumberg Plaza

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mands would not be met. They
shot Mr. Moore and Mr. Noel
one day after taking them
hostage.
The story of the kidnapping
is told in Assassination in
lihartoum. (Indiana Universi-
ty Press) by former U.S. Foreign
Service Officer David Kern. He
tells of Mr. Moore's and Mr.
Noel's longstanding affection for
the Arab people, why Jordan re-
fused to release the men de-
manded by Black September
(but then let them go six
months after the murders), and
how Mr. Noel's successor, Am-
bassador William Brewer, had
to struggle to bring the killers
to trial.

here's ordinary bread:
that boring, white stuff
that's mass-produced and
is almost as exciting as an
evening of "Green Acres" re-
runs.
And then there's that other
bread — that hot-from-the-
oven, melt-in-your-mouth, I'm-
going-to-eat-this-whole-loaf-and
-I-don't-care-if-I-do-gain-100-
pounds-doing-it bread.
They both start out with flour
and water, right? So what hap-
pens after that? George Green-
stein is a man who knows.
Mr. Greenstein is author of
Secrets of a Jewish Baker
(The Crossing Press, Freedom,
Calif.), in which he examines
the "dozens of little tricks that
make the difference between or-
dinary loaves of bread and spec-
tacular ones."
Using tips passed down in his
family through three genera-
tions of bakers, Mr. Greenstein,

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• Synagogue offering high holiday and daily services
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For a complimentary lunch tour and geriatric
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(313) 661-2999

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Resident Fannie Whiteman remembered
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Plaza and she couldn't be happier

• Offering Club Blumberg in the Plaza
(a unique day program for adults with special needs)

"assisting our elderly is what we do best"

You are cordially invited to the

First Annual

Lansing Jewish Community
Young Adults Dance (18+)

Saturday, February 12th 9:30 p.m.

• Music by Living Energy
• Door Prizes
• Refreshments
Casual Dress
No Jeans Please
• Cash Bar

you are cordially invited

to a special performance by

?de Atoded 7)eutce Elwood&

at

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
1924 Coolidge Road, East Lansing

Tickets: $5.00 in advance, $7.00 at the door
Available by calling
Sigma Delta Tau at (517) 351-1993
or Hillel at (517) 332-1916

Sponsored by:

Alpha Epsilon Pi, Cooley Law School Jewish Law Fellowship,
Greater Lansing Jewish Welfare Federation,
MSU Hillel Jewish Student Center,
Sigma Delta Tau, and Zeta Beta Tau

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CUSTOM WIG SPECIALISTS
ATTENTION

George Greenstein

who for years ran a Jewish bak-
ery on Long Island, talks about
the importance of shaping, glaz-
ing and seasoning.
Secrets of a Jewish Baker fea-
tures recipes — all of which are
kosher — for such delicacies as
cinnamon-raisin bread, cottage
cheese and chives bread, bagels
and bialys.
Yum. Pass the butter. EJ

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preceded by a catered dinner

SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1994
7:00 p.m.

Temple Israel
5725 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield

sponsored by the Keffy Orbach Concert Fund

for reservations, call 661-5700

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Personal Service by Barbara

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