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August 13, 1971 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, August 13, 1971

E. jospev 117d
to Michael 11 11. Jacob

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The 1971 Israel Bonds fashion
festival and luncheon will be held
noon Aug. 26, at Shaarey Zedek,, it
was announced by Mrs. Nathan L.
Fink, the festival chairman. The
show will feature original couture
creations by Israel's famous de-
signers and the glamorous fash-
ions produced by Israel's top 15
ready-to-wear firms. It will be the
highlight of the Israel Bond wo-
men's division activities for the
year.
The display here will include
the latest in bathing suits and
beach wear, versatile and fashion-
able knits, street and party clothes,
"lights and livelies" from Phina
Shallon, Orientals.

MRS. MICHAEL JACOB

Susan Elizabeth Jospey, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Jos-
pey of Franklin, was married Sun-
day evening to Michael Max Jacob,
son of Mrs. David Jacob of South-
field.
Jane Lenore Jospey, the bride's
sister, was maid of honor. Other
attendants were Mrs. Harold Leach
and Mrs. H. John Jacob.
Dr. H. John Jacob, brother of
the bridegroom, was best man.
Harold Leach, Howard Finkel,
Robert Schwartz and Robert Ham-
burger served as ushers.
The bride wore a gown of ivory
organza over white silk satin
trimmed in Alencon lace.
After a honeymoon in Hawaii,
the couple will reside in Troy.

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Last year, the Fresh Air Society,
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Eligibility for admission to the camping experience for 2,069 Jew-
fashion show will be by the pur- ish boys and girls.
case of a minimum of $250 in
State of Israel Bonds in advance
of Aug. 23.
Heading the fashion festival com-
mittee, in addition to Mrs. Fink,
are Mesdames Samuel Hamburger,
Irwin Green and Joseph H. New-
man.
Honorary chairmen of the Israel
Bond women's division are Mes-
dames Philip Hellman, Joseph
Katchke, Charles Miland and Max
Stollman.
For reservations, call the Israel
Bond women's division, 557-6770.

Israel Fashion Festival to Display Many Creations

Among the top designers to be
presented in the showing here are
Lola Beer, Finy Leitersdorf, Jerry
Molitz, Gideon Oberson and Rivka
Safir, with furs by Stefan Braun.
Ready-to-wear firms displaying
their products here will include:
Linda Abraham, liana Barkai,
Aled, Beged-Or, Dorina, Elanit,
Elastix, Ero, Galia, Gottex, Jer-
coli, Maskit/Marie-Therese, Rik-
ma/Joly, Ben Yosef, Rosen, Pnin-
na Shallon and Shelly/Sabina
Schlechter Jedlin.
Mrs. David Pollack, Israel Bond
sponsor chairman, will be installed
as chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond women's division. The out-
going chairman is Mrs. Morris
L. Schaver.
Mrs. Jan Peerce of New York,
national Israel Bond women's di-
vision chairman, will be the guest
speaker.

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Mrs. Morris Adler will be the
fashion commentator.
Mrs. Louis Berry will be pre-
sented with the Woman of Valor
pin, the highest rank in the Israel
Bond women's division, presented
to women who purchase or sell
$200,000 in Israel Bonds.
Annette and Julius Chajes will
be the guest artists.
Mrs. Max Frank will give the
invocation.
A feature of the luncheon will

be the 10th annual presentation

of the "Star of Israel" diamond
creation, designed and presented
by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allan.

Dress Modestly,
Lubavitch Rebbe
Asks the Women

NEW YORK—A plea to Jewish
women to take an uncompromising
stand, and exert their influence
among other women to abide by
the laws of Tzniut (modesty), was
issued here by the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M.
Schneerson.
In a letter to a group of young
women who had been active in
this endeavor, the Rebbe wrote
that "when one sees an area of
neglect within the community, the
way to deal with the matter is
not as some misguided individuals
might think, to accept the situa-
tion or even make concessions, in
the hope of not antagonizing indi-
viduals or groups. On the contrary,
it is necessary to mend the broken
barriers, and to erect additional
fences to close the gap•"
He added: "Experience has
shown that when one takes the
path of concession, no matter how
well meaning he may be, he loses
the confidence of those people pre-
cisely whom he had desired to
please or influence. On the other
hand, by unequivocally following
the road of uncompromising truth,
one gains the true respect and con-
fidence of the people."
With reference to the laxity in
modesty of attire, especially dur-
ing the summer months, the Rebbe
wrote:
"I particularly urge you to con-
tinue your good efforts in the area
of Tzniut, which, although basically
reflected in the manner of attire,
also concerns general conduct and
even conversation.
"I trust that each and everyone
of you will consider it as a special
mission and message from the To-
rah to do so, to take advantage
of these vacation days to strengthen
all matters of goodness and holi-
ness in one's life and in one's
surroundings.
"It is well to bear in mind that
since the Creator of man ex-
pects one to fulfill a certain task,
He provides the necessary ability
and capacity to fulfill the task
in the best possible way."

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Honor Charles Levys
at Bon Voyage Party

Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Levi
of Southfield will be the guests at
a "Bon Voyage — Shalom Swim
Party," hosted by Dr. and Mrs.
Milton F. Simmons at their home,
18658 George Washington, South-
field, next Wednesday.
The Levis will be leaving for
Israel soon. The gathering will
honor them and will also launch
the 1971 Israel Bond medical di-
vision activities.
Dr. Morris Starkman is chair-
man of the medical division Israel
Bond campaign.

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