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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 6, 1984

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Robert Sosnick, Barton
M. Berman, and Daniel M.
Honigman, general chair-
men, have announced that
Pulitzer Prize-winning col-
umnist, William Safire, will
be the guest speaker at the
American Committee for
the Weizmann Institute of
Science dinner-dance hon-
oring Paul and Marlene
Borman, at 7 p.m. May 1 at
the Hyatt Regency, Dear-
born. Cocktails will be
served at 6.
The evening will inaugu-
rate the Borman Profes-
sional Chair in Applied
Mathematics at the insti-
tute. Prof. Adi Shamir, an
Israel computer scientist,
who is the first incumbent of
the chair, will be a guest at
the dinner.
Beginning his career as a
columnist in 1973 with his
twice-weekly political col-
umn in the New York
Times, Safire's series expos-
ing the Bert Lance affair
earned him a Pulitzer Prize
for distinguished commen-
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Seattle — A week-long
series of lectures, scholarly
papers and public convoca-
tions at the University of
Washington, from April
24-29, will commemorate
the 50th anniversary of or-
ganized German church re-
sistance to Hitler and Nazi
Germany.
Symposium speakers in-
clude Dr. Eberhard Bethge,
leading authority on Diet-
rich Bonhoeffer, killed by
Hitler; Dr. Dorthee Soelle of
Hamburg, Catholic Bishop
Thomas Gumbleton of De-
troit, and Dr. Paul
Lehmanri of New York.
In May of 1934, a group of
German Protestants, faced
with seizure of political
power by the National
Socialist Party and wide-
spread support of the
Party ideological claims
by church leaders and the
laity, issued a "Barmen
Declaration" creating an
anti-Nazi "Confessing
Church."
It was one of the few pub-
lic denunciations of Na-
tional Socialism proclaimed
during the 12-year period of
the German Third Reich.

Mubarak
cautious on
Soviet return

Cairo (ZINS) — Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak
said the return of the Soviet
ambassador to Cairo would
come at the "proper time" in
an interview on Yugoslav
television last month. The
late President Anwar el-
Sadat expelled the Soviet
envoy in 1981, accusing
Moscow of interfering in
Egypt's internal affairs.
The Egyptian president
also expressed a desire for
improved relations with
Syria, saying that he
"greatly appreciated" the
efforts of Syrian President
Hafez Assad.

William Safire

His political columns
have been collected in Sa-
fire's Washington. In addi-
tion, his Sunday column,
"On Language" in the New
York Times Sunday Maga-
zine, has resulted in two
linguistics texts, On Lan-
guage and What's the Good
Word?
He also is the author of
Safire's Political Dictionary,
Full Disclosure and Before
the Fall.
Safire first got his start
reporting for the New York
Herald Tribune, later serv-
ing as a correspondent for
New York radio and televi-
sion stations. He also built a
public relations firm serv-
ing dozens of corporate and
financial clients and be-
came best known for ar-
ranging the "kitchen con-
ference" in Moscow between
Nixon and Khrushchev. He
also worked as a politician
on the Eisenhower cam-
paigns and later became a
senior speechwriter in the
Nixon White House.

For information on the
dinner, call Edie Mittenthal
at the Weizmann Institute
office, 569-7275.

Pesach custom
explained

BY RABBI SAMUEL FOX

A number of Jews bake
matzot on the afternoon be-
fore Passover.
This is the time when the
Paschal lamb was sacrificed
and offered on the alter.
Since the Bible, in the Book
of Exodus, seemed to have
mentioned the lamb offer-
ing and the matzot close to
each other; some people in-
sist on baking the matzot at
just about the time the lamb
was originally offered (the
afternoon before Passover).
On the other hand, many
prepare the matzot a good
deal of time before this day
to 'avoid the possibility of
fermentation beforehand.
Obviously, those who bake
their matzot on the after-
noon before the Passover
holiday begins have to be
especially careful to avoid
the slightest amount of fer-
mentation.

Copyright 1984, JTA Inc.

Named to office

Michigan Cancer Found-
ation board of directors re-
elected Edward C. Levy, Jr.,
to serve as treasurer of the
foundation. Dr. Herbert J.
Bloom was elected vice
chairman of the board of di-
rectors.

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