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The Israel Cancer Association of
Michigan (ICA) will honor Frank D.
Stella, a business and civic leader, and
his son, Dr. Philip J. Stella, an Ann
Arbor oncologist, at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 30, at the Westin
Frank Stella is
CEO of the F.D.
designs and distrib-
utes food service
He is also chairman Dr. Philip Stella
and CEO of Stella
York, a consulting,
joint venture and
Philip Stella is
medical director of
Cancer Center at
St. Joseph Mercy
Hospital in Ann
Arbor and principal Frank Stella
investigator for the
The dinner co-chairs are Dr. Barbara
Kappy and Mrs. Agi Rubin. Tickets for
the dinner are $175 per person and
available from the ICA, 31513
Northwestern Highway, Farmington
Hills, MI 48334-2528; (248) 865-
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lease, 12,000 miles per year. With qualified credit.
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The Detroit Chapter of American
ORT will hold its annual Rub-a-
Dub dinner auction on Saturday;
Oct. 26, at the Somerset
ORT is the world's largest non-
governmental education and
training organization, supporting
technological and vocational
training for 300,000 students in
ORT schools in 60 countries.
Tickets are $150 per person.
For tickets, call. ORT, (248) 681-