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September 21, 1984 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 21, 1984

17

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Pictured at the Cong. Beth Shalom dinner on behalf of State of Isrc
Bonds are, front row, from left: honorees Rabbi Max and Mae Weine; a
standing, from left: Rabbi David Nelson, Beth Shalom President Mich
Aronow, Barbara Aronow, guest speaker Jacques Torczyner, dinnei
co-chairman Susan Tapper and Jerome Soble.

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Kach Party leader Rabbi Meir
Kahane "the only successful ex-
port from the U.S. to Israel." He
said that Israel was shocked by
the election of Kahane, and added
that it could bode ill for the Jewish
state. He said the recent election
also proved dangerous "because it
pitted Ashkenazim against
Sephardim."
He concluded on a serious tone,
however, calling for a strong gov-
ernment in Israel, not a govern-
ment that will give in under pres-
sure.
"Nobody in Israel will go back
to the borders of 1967, no one in
Israel will support an indepen-
dent Palestinian state between
Jordan and Israel and nobody will
give up Jerusalem as the united,
undivided capital of the state of
Israel. Israel will not give up their
security to please everyone else in
the world."

Torczyner presented the State
of Israel's Jerusalem City of Peace
Award to the dinner honorees,
Rabbi Max and Mae Weine. Trib-
ute also was paid to the couple by
Beth Shalom's - spiritual leader
Rabbi David Nelson, who called
Rabbi Weine "a rabbi's rabbi."
Congratulations were also ex-
pressed to the Weines on the occa-
sion of their 50th wedding an-
niversary and to Rabbi Nelson for
his appointment to the national
rabbinic cabinet of State of Israel
Bonds.

The dais was completed by Can-
tor Samuel Greenbaum, who led
in the singing of the anthems;
Barbara Aronow and Beth
Shalom President Michael
Aronow, who greeted the guests;
Susan Tapper, dinner co-
chairman; and Jerome Soble, who
spoke on behalf of Israel Bonds.

NEWS

t



Paris Jew embarks on campaign
to save Yiddish from extinction

Paris (JTA) — A Tunisian-born
Jew, whose native language was
Arabic and for whom Yiddish was
as familiar as Eskimoan to an Or-
thodox Jew, has become mad
about the language.

Benny Cohen, a Paris engineer-
ing consultant, has published a
French-Yiddish dictionary and is
now trying to market an audio-
oral teaching method which con-
sists of two 300 page books and 25
recorded tapes, which teach not
only the language but also Yid-
dish songs, literature and even
jokes, in short, "everything you
want or you should know about
the language of your forefathers,"
Cohen said in an interview last
week.
Cohen, 35, is determined that
something must be done to save
the language from extinction be-
fore it is too late and said that "if
th Ashkenazim will not do it, I

shall, even if I must do it single-
handed." Cohen was - struck with
this idea, his family says "this ob-
session," after he saw the TV film
"Holocaust."
"Seeing the Nazis burn Yiddish
books made me realize how im-
portant it was to save the lan-
guage," he said. "As I started to
look around, it seemed to me that
the Nazis had partially won:
fewer and fewer people spoke
Yiddish or even seemed to care
about what will happen to it. The
sons of first-generation immig-
rants from Poland or Lithuania,
whose parents used to speak Yid-
dish at home, had become so as-
similated that they had not only
forgotten the language but
moreover did not care."
Since his method has come out,
Cohen has become a sort of pil-
grim, taking it and trying to sell it
wherever "people should speak
Yiddish."

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