Science Fair Finalists Cited in OP
of Family Laws
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 2, 1971 27
Selections from the work of gal- New artists to the gallery are Babe
lery artists will be exhibited from Shapiro, Michele Doner, George
Monday through July 30 at the Segal, Albert Staedler and Ted
GERTRUDE: KASLE, GALLERY. Ramsey.
Rabbi William Schostak of Brook-
lyn, a former Detroiter, is the
author of "A Guide to the Under-
standing and Observance of the
Jewish F a m ily
Laws," a bro-
chure that has
been printed by
lishers of Jerusa-
lem and New
Second-prize winners in the Metropolitan Detroit Science Fair, York.
Pauline Klein and David Ungar, get official congratulations from the
In this pamph-
let, dedicated to
city of Oak Park, conveyed by its mayor pro-tern, Merton Colburn.
the memory of
Both students of the Beth Yehudah Schools, Pauline and David pre-
pared their projects for the schools' preliminary fair, coordinated by Louis H. Schos- Rabbi Schostak
Ezra Roberg, head of the science department. Shown with the win- tak, Nathaniel M. Schostak and
ners and Colburn are (from left) Meyer Weingarden, Beth Jacob
Tamar Schostak, late Detroiters,
(Girls' School) board member; Rabbi Sholom Goldstein, Beth Jacob the author reviews thoroughly the
principal; and Louis Jonas, board member. David's project was the
family purity laws (Taharat Ha-
"Balance of Nature," in which he demonstrated how animals provide
Mishpaha). He has prepared an
carbon dioxide to plants. Pauline's was "Myocordial Contraction,"
outline of laws relating to the
concerning the heart's reaction to strain and labor. She commented
menses, immersion, pregnancies, I
that she would have liked one of her teachers to be a subject— "a contraception and related matters.
certain teacher in a high-strung moment," she added.
Rabbi Schostak goes deeply into
the philosophy of love as defined in
Jewish traditions and as interpret-
ed by the devout in orthodoxy.
On the use of contraceptives,
Rabbi Schostak urges that halakhic
authorities always be consulted.
He makes the point that "opera-
Detroit relatives of Tracey Wallis Milner of Tucson recently honor-
ed her at two bridal showers here. The bride-elect was feted by her tions made for the purpose of steril-
cousins, Mrs. Michael Mitz, Mrs. Hyman Blinder and Mrs. Eugene ization (i. e. vasectomies in the
Wilk Saturday, and by her aunt, Mrs. Harold Getz, Wednesday. Miss male and tubal ligations or hyster-
Milner is engaged to Lawrence Joel Mandell, son of Mr. Morey Man- ectomies in the female) are gener-
ally forbidden, except in rare
dell of Custis Ave., Southfield, and the late Mrs. Mandell.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bornstein of Cranbrook Dr. will be feted by situations."
He even devotes a chapter to
their children and grandchildren at a dinner in honor of the couple's
55th wedding anniversary at Macchus' Red Fox Inn. Married in New regulations for visits to doctors
York on July 2, 1916, the Bornsteins have been Detroit residents for on matters related to sex needs
over 50 years. Mr. Bornstein, a retired pharmacist, is active in Bnai and sex organs.
Brith and is a member of Perfection Lodge of the Masons.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall I. Brenner of Concourse Ave., Southfield, Track Employes Plant
recently attended the graduation of their son Lawrence from the Trees as Memorial Tribute
Boston College Law School, Chestnut Hill, Mass.
The officers and staff of Windsor
Raceway have chosen to memo-
rialize the mother of two employees
by the planting of trees in Israel.
The Jewish National Fund office
here received the $15 check from
Stricter enforcement of nar- vice commander; Howard Water. William Rowe, president of Wind-
cotics laws and more stringent sur- stone, judge advocate; Harry sor Raceway, for the planting of
veillance of the "military-indus- Friedman, quartermaster; and trees in memory of Sylvia Kirsch,
mother of Paul and Dan Kirsch
trial complex" were urged at the Morris Kikoler, adjutant.
Detroit. Mrs. Kirsch died May
convention of the Jewish War Vet-
erans Department of Michigan last bert Liner; vice presidents, Mrs. 27.
weekend at the Sheraton-Cadillac Sidney Lantz and Mrs. Benjamin
Rubin; treasurer, Mrs. Sam Wag-
A good portion of the convention ner; patriotic instructress, Mrs.
deliberations was spent in discus- Harold Greenspan; chaplain, Mrs.
sion of drug abuse, which is "de- !Morton Oppenheim; historian, Mrs.
stroying our young human re- Ira Scho; conductress, Mrs. Mor-
sources and affecting the Ameri- ris Fieldman; and guard, Mrs.
can future in every respect."
as always• fine
Appointed chief of- staff was
The convention delegates also Mrs. Harry L. Friedman.
urged constant watchfulness over
Merrillwcod Bldg. Mall
Six college scholarships were
military spending so that exces- awarded by the department and its
sive war profits and waste can be auxiliary: Memorial services were
251 Merrill, cor. Woodward
avoided, and so the threat to the held for the 400 Jewish war dead
democratic system will be "toned of Michigan, as well as all Ameri-
down." They asked, instead, that can war dead in all wars.
funds be used for "desperately
needed social advancements."
Sidney Lantz was re-elected
commander. Other officers are
Charles Glass, senior vice com-
mander; Phil Goodman, junior
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