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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, July 9, 1976

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JEWELRY

Inc.)
The term "hasid" relates
to a biblical root inferring
"zeal" and at times
"kindness" and "love."
In the literature of the

(Copyright 1976, JTA,

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talmudic period the term re-
ferred to a Jew who main-
tained a higher standard
than the minimum require-
ment in observing the com-
mandments of the faith.
The Mishna refers to the
Hasidim of the early times
who spent an hour before
prayer in meditation and
who exercised an unusual
amount of self-control.
In Germany during medi-
eval times Hasidim was the
term attributed to those
who assumed additional
degrees of religious duties.
What is commonly referred
to as Hasidim today is the
group who follows a move-
ment which began in south-
east Poland in the 18th Cen-
tury.
What was involved among
those people was not so
much additional observ-
ances as much as a more
fervent spirit of religious de-
votion in every phase of
life's activities including
even the most common
sphere of living. A certain
joy of the heart came to be
the earmark of the hasid.

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He that tilleth his ground
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but he that followeth after
vain things is void of under-
standing.
—Proverbs

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MEN

Flint Area News

Podolskys Celebrate Anniversary
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Attention
Bowlers

MARC GREENBERGER—W. Blfd.

The Flint Jewish Commu-
nity Council Day Camp
Committee has planned a
series of family activities
for the summer.
The first event, a family
picnic, will be held 6 p.m. to-
day at Ballenger Park. Fam-
ilies are requested to bring
their own dinner and musi-
cal instruments. Chairman
for the event is Gayle Silver-
man.
Committee chairman
Marylin Megdell announced
that a Parent/Child Outing
will be held July23 at Cross-

RICKY MARKOWITZ—Sfld.

GARY DICKSTEIN—Pontiac

Beth Jakob, Pontiac, June 18

BOBBY BRONER—W. Blfd.

Shaarey Zedek, June 19

STUART ZACK—Oak Park

B'Nai Moshe, June 19
Shaarey Zedek, June 20

STEVE ROSENTHAL—W.Blfd.

Birmingham Temple, June 26

ERIC BANKS—W. Blfd.

MERRICK FIRESTONE—W. Blfd.

Shaarey Zedek, June 26

Home, June 26

STEVE KATIMAN—Sfld.

DENNIS PATCHAKOS—Livonia .

STEVE TEPLITSKY—Oak Park

PARIS

The children of the Kin-
derscenen Fine Arts Camp
are entertaining the resi-
dents of the Meyer L. Pren-
tis Manor, Jewish Home for
the Aged, 1 p.m. today. Rel-
atives of the 'residents are
invited.

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Honored

False Report

Thou shalt not utter a
false report, put not thy
hand with the wicked to be
an unrighteous witness.
—Exodus

All B'nai Brith
Men Bowlers
are welcome
Bowling starts

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Gerald Kirshner

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address or phone
number below
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Beth Shalom, June 26

has opened it's
Fall registration

Mon. Sept. 13, 9:30 p.m.
at Plum Hollow Lanes

Hy Klein, Flint Lodge
656, was elected vice presi-
dent of Bnai Brith District 6
at the 108th annual conven-
tion in Omaha.
Klein, a public high school
administrator in Flint, be-
came the first Beriai Brith
member of the Flint Lodge
ever elected to a leadership
position at the district level.

Livonia Jewish Cong., June 26

GARY SCHWARTZ—Oak Park . . Beth Abraham Hillel, June 26

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Klein Elected
to BB Post

Gilbert Y. Rubenstein
has been elected president
of the United Way for Gene-
see and Lapeer Counties.
* * *
BERTHA BAS, 1902
Wolcott, Flint, is one of a se-
lected group of American
Senior Girl Scouts who ar-
rived in Israel Tuesday for
five weeks of summer scout-
ing and touring. Ms. Bas is a
member of Troop 565.

B'Nai Moshe, June 12

MICHALL SAXE—Sfld.

Bowling League

roads Village and a noon
picnic has been planned for
Aug. 13 at Flushing Park.
For information and res-
ervations, call the Council,
767-5922.

Goings ...

Shaarey Zedek, June 5
Beth Moses, June 12

Keidan-Zeiger

Flint Family Picnic Set Tonight

Comings ...

Beth Achim, May 22

"There are many empty
and desolate areas in Israel
— the Negey is one of them.
It will he the task of our
scientists and workers as
well as the people of Israel
to wrest back the soil from
its agelong neglect, to
breathe new life into it, to
reinvigorate the land and
restore its ancient fertility.
The potentialities for indus-
trial development must be
surveyed and harnessed by
the state as one of the su-
preme tasks; and it will be a
function of the Institute to
help in formulating the
scientific method for such
development . . . We have a
mighty weapon which we
must utilize with ingenuit7
and skill, with every mean
available to us. Science is
that weapon, our vessel of
strength and our source of
defense."
—Chaim Weizmann

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Podolsky have made a contri-
bution to the Israel Education Fund in honor of their
60th wedding anniversary. Shown are, from left, Ambas-
sador Dov Sinai, director general of the fund; Mrs. Po-
dolsky; Michael Pelavin, president of the Flint Jewish
Community Council; and Mr. Podolsky.
* * *
Righteousness exalteth a
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Po-
from Traverse City in 1919. nation.
dolsky celebrated their 60th
They founded Martin Dry
—Proverbs
anniversary at a family din-
Goods Co. in 1936 and are
ner recently. Mrs. Podolsky,
stiliinvolved in the firm.
the former Ethyl Klein,
married Hyman June 25,
They have three children,
1916 in St. Louis, Mich. She Mrs. Harriet Wall and Mar-
was born in Hungary, and tin, both of Flint, and Ruth
he was born in Russia.
Podolsky of Detroit; and one
The couple moved to Flint grandson.

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