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April 07, 1961 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-07

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Oak Park Stamp Phyllis Innes Dill Hadassah Midwest
Club Exhibition Wed Arnold Morof Region to-Hold 35th
Annual Conference
All Day May 13
Former Detroit Chapter Pres-

The Oak Park Stamp Club
will hold its third annual ex-
hibition and bourse May 13,
in the Oak Park Community
Center, 14300 Oak Park Blvd.
Philatelists are invited to
submit material for exhibition.
A prospectus may be obtained
from the show's general chair-
man, Dr. Felix Rosenwach,
13133 Victor i a, Huntington
Woods.
Honoring Israel's 13th year
of independence, the show will
have a special cachet to com-
memorate it. They can be
ordered at ten cents each from
Stan Baar, 21971 Church, Oak
Park.
There will be senior and
junior classifications. Anyone
16 or under may enter the
junior competition.
The Dr. Edward A. Stein
Memorial award will be given
the best show in each classi-
fication plus first, second and
third place certificates. Also, a
certificate provided by the
American Topical Association
will be given the best topical
exhibit.
Other committee members in
elude Frank Stasy, hours
chairman; Jan Landsberg, s
retary; Nate Peiss, club pr
dent and cachet committ , d
Sol Baltimore, publicity
ec-
tor.

World-Famous Tenor,
Richard Tucker, in
Adas Shalom Concert

Tickets still are available to
the benefit performance of
world - famous tenor Richard
Tucker at the Adas S h al o m
-n Men's Club
event slated
for 8:15 p.m.
April 16 at the
synagogue.
Proceeds will
go to the Hill-
el Day School,
according t o
President Jo-
seph Koenig,
concert chair-
man.
Tucker, o f
Metropolitan
Opera Co.
Tucker fame, will be
presented in a program of can-
torial and operatic selections.
Tickets are available at the
synagogue office, Hillel Day
School and Marwil's Northland
store, according to J e Key-
well, co-chairm

arriages

LIEB HAC
He
n Florence
da hter of Mr. an
H
elma
w
wed t
of Mr. n
G tlieb o
ch 15.

MISS P

Mr. and
s. Joseph D.
of Ruthe rd Ave. ann
the engag ent of their d
ter, Phyll Ann, to Arnc
Morof, s
of Mr. and
David Mo
of Ilene Ave.
The brid
ect is a seri' • at
the Univer
of
igan
School of Bus i ministra-
tion. Her fiance is a student at
Wayne State University and
plans to attend the Chicago Col-
lege of Osteopathic Medicine in
the fall. A June wedding is
planned.

Dan Frohman Chorus

Mumford High, Apr. 30

ident Mrs. David J. Schachter,
vice-president of the Central
States Region of Hadassah,
announces the Region's 35th
annual conference will be held
April 23-25, at the Durant Hotel
in Flint.
The Conference will be dedi-
cated to Dora Ehrlich, on the
occasion of her 80th birthday.
She was one of the founders of
the Region and one of its pres-
All members are invited.
mation and reserva-
chairman Mrs. Ben-
UN 4-0232.
a p ter President
o m e Hauser an-
has received word
move of Israel's
edical Organization
w Medical Center has
for June 6.

Center Hebrew Corner
Women Members in
Israel Panel A

The Jewish
e 7
Corner (P .
), co-spon-
sored
.K zah Ivrith, will
hold i a
al program at 8:30
p.m. aturday, April 15, at the
Ce r, 18100 Meyers.
e progra
by the wo en
tirely in
rew
rael Indep de
g the par of
e
: ht for Isr
ence.
articipants are t
airman,
Y *nah Mathis,
orah Klein-



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