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July 01, 1977 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-01

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30 Friday, July 1, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Wolok to Direct Radomer

Nate Wolok was elected
president of the Radomer
Aid Society for the 1977-1978
program year.
Other officers are Rita
Ager,_ Helen - Greenberg,
vice presidents; Mae Weint-
raub and Lillian Katz, secre-

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taries; Louis Lumberg,
treasurer; Joe Weintraub
and Max Wein, trustees;
Katie Rubin, honorary
trustee; and Esther Wolok
and Ray Weinman, sun-
shine committee.
The officers will be in-
stalled at an installation din-
ner July 26 at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
The society will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in the Zionist
Cultural Center. Refresh-
ments and a social hour
will follow.

Among Jews, keyn eyn-
oreh ("no evil eye") is a
magical phrase uttered to:
(a) ward off the evil eye;
(b) protect, a child or loved
one; (c) show that one's
praises are
not con-
taminated by envy. Jews
have a long tradition of
scorn for the vainglorious.
Leo Rosten

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The new Hebrew Union
College dean has been chair-
man of committees on ling-
uistics of the American
Council of Learned So-
cieties and has been a mem-
ber of the executive com-
mittee of the American Ori-
ental Society as well as
president of its Middle West=
ern branch.
Dr. Paper twice has

spent sabbatical years
teaching in Israel. In 1968-
69 , he was at the Hebrew
University and Ben-Zvi In-
stitute under a National Sci-
ence Foundation grant and
in 1975-76 he was a visiting
professor at the Hebrew
University as a National Sci-

.

The Temple Beth El Nur-
sery School has opened reg-
istration for its fall pro-
gram.
The nursery school offers
two-. three- and five-day-a-
week programs of half-day
classes. In addition to a cur-
riculum focusing on Jewish
holidays and history, crea-
tive- arts and readiness
skills, the school this year
will offer a supervised
lunch program for students
who bring their lunches.
For information • on the
Beth El Nursery program,
call Edna Rubin at the
temple. 851-1100.

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He who has a wide mouth
has a narrow heart.

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Dr. HERBERT PAPER

ence Foundation senior post-
doctoral fellow.
Earlier . in his career, he
was a member of a French
archeological mission in
Iran as a Fulbright fellow
and a member of the Orien-
tal studies faculty at Cam-
bridge University under an
American Council of
Learned Societies fellow-
ship.

Dr. Paper is a Phi Beta

Kappa graduate of the Uni-

versity of Colorado (1943).
He earned a Master of Arts
degree in linguistics at the
University of Chicago in
1948 and the Doctor of Phi-
losophy degree, with
honors, in Oriental lan-
guages from the same in-
stitution in 1951.

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Dr. Paper has written
and published extensively
on linguistics, Persia and
Judeo-Persian texts, among
other subjects.

Southfield Housing
Compromise OKd

State and Southfield offi-
cials have agreed on a com-
promise plan to build 183
high-rise apartments for re-
tirees and 93 single-family
homes for low and moder-
ate income groups.
Under the original plan,
which has stirred a recall
campaign against members
of the Southfield City Coun-
cil, all of the units would
have been built as part of
the high-rise complex.
The compromise calls for
the subsidized housing to be
scattered throughout the
city. City officials expect
the projects to take 18
months to two years to com-
plete.

When a fool does some-
thing wrong, he blames
others; the seeker of wis-
dom who does wrong
blames himself; but the
wise man blames neither
himself nor others, for he is
pious.
—Ibn Gabirol

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cently established a gradu-
ate school of Judaic studies
as an outgrowth of its grad-
uate studies program, has
appointed Dr. Herbert H.
Paper the school's first
dean.
Dr. Paper, professor of
linguistics and. Near East-
ern studies at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, will as-
sume his new duties this
month.
Dr. Paper has been teach-
ing at the University of
Michigan since 1953. From
1963 to 1968 he was chair-
man of the department of
linguistics and in the sum-
mers of 1965 and 1967 he
was director of the Linguis-
tic Institute conducted by
the university and the Ling-
uistic Society of America.

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