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27411 SOUTHFIELD (3 IRKS. N. OF 11 MILE) 559-1091
(In Orleans Mall)
15600 W. 10 MILE AT GREENFIELD
AMID AN overwhelming Zieve getting to know each
view of the Detroit River other again now that the
and a later scenic panorama Jerry Lewis Telethon is
with Downtown Detroit and over . . . She was its coor-
Windsor lights shimmering dinating producer . .
on the waters, Moni Jacobs Harold Hais suave in the
and Joel Must were mar- tux Morrie Fenkell said "he
rented for two nights" . . .
glass-enclosed Morrie being brought
Standard Club at Detroit apples — he loves them
Plaza provided one of the since a kid hiding them in
year's most elegant affairs his knickers . • . . Shirley_
. . . so very well done from Jacobs, mother of the bride,
ceremony through recep- and Mary Must, mother of
the groom, looking so beau-
It was a most interesting tiful in their wonderful
and new type of -ceremony moment . . . Shila Morgan-
. . . Beneath a hupa of roth in pant-suit swinging
large branches and leaves, away on the disco beat . . .
hanging by a white ribbon Marian and Johnny Kaplan
from the top of Standard looking better than ever
Club's ,dome, Moni and Joe . . . her dress a knockout.
took their vows and gave
Plenty of cakes on the
expressions of lOve to each sweet table, but Moni had to
other plus prayers read make one for her own wed-
aloud by both from the Bi- ding, and Mary Must made
The bridesmaids all wore
Jack Gell pointing to the
light beige and Moni's dress head waiter and saying
was white with beige "He's got good taste." . . .
Both their dinner jackets
Nieces and nephews were of the same design . . .
banded together to offer Wife Marianne's hobby is
congratulations over the making jewelry . . . They
microphone in a_ toast, have a special room in their
"When you have kids, Wabeek home where she
remember, we're avail- pursues her hobby while he
able for baby sitting." - does his thing — reading —
About 25 invitees enjoyed in another room . . . Jack
the ceremony . . ate the doesn't wear a watch be-
splendid fare . . . and cause he doesn't want to live
danced or listened to the by the clock . . . but still-
two-band music of -Blue gets up at 5:30 each morn-
Notes and Bill Meyer.
ing . . . just because he
Folks thought a knows it's that time . . .
parachutist was coming to You wouldn't believe it by
the wedding from his plane - looking at them, but
. . . but no invitation so he Marianne and Jack had
landed in the fiver instead been married 34 years a
. . . Father —6T the groom, week before the affair . . .
Mike Must, is a past another celebration for this
president of Cong. Bnai very fine couple.
David, and gave the
Moth and Joel Must are
Hamotzi . . . Bob Jacobs, lucky young folks . . . They
Moni's brother, taking over have Wonderful parents in
as a one-man reception Shirley and Billy Jacobs
committee . . . Four mem- and Mary and Mike Must
bers of the 30's Zenith Club
. . They have wonderful
at Jewish Community Cen- relatives and friends . . .
ter with her dad, Billy And now each other, with a
Jacobs, were there . . . _wonderful future ahead.
Morrie Fenkell, Harold
Haas, Joe Fedder, and GROUP, City of Hope,
Harry Milgrom . . . The dinner-dance Oct. 29 will be
Zenith's championship bas- number 66 . . . Comic Fred
ketball team of 1935 had Roman and Hal Gordon's
Morrie, Harold, Billy, music will ring in the fes- _
Harry, Nate Fink and Mor- tivities at Fairlane Manor
rie Wasserman . . . Al on Hubbard Dr. in Dear-
Skelly bemoaning fact that born.
e can't order his favorite
EVER-NOTICE . . . At
ish anywhere -- fried her- a party, there are two kinds
ring and onions like his of people . . . those who
mother used to make . . . want to go home early and
Mickey Fishman chewing those who want to be the
last ones in the place . . .
Styles and fashions like Trouble is they're always
you've never seen or married to each other.
wouldn't believe . . .
Example : Adrianne As-
kin's space-look dress Arab University
. . . -with chains linked to
SAO PAULO (ZINS) —
a slave collar and wide The Lebanese and Syrian
arm bands . . . all made consuls in this Brazilian
out of real pewter!
city have proposed an Arab
Jack Winston, wine con- university here for Arab
noiseur, checking the bottle students now living in
for our table ... and acciden-- North and South America.
tally dipping his tux elbow
Gossip can estrange the
slightly in an avocado sauce
. . . Mary Lou and Mort closest friends.
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