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May 06, 1988 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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MAKE MOM HAPPY

BRING HER COLORFUL
FLOWERS THAT LAST & LAST!

a new concept in high fashion
for the full figured woman

Women Elect
Lora Roth

See our exclusive Spring Fashions •
Arriving Daily
Harvard Row Mall • 11 Mile Road at Lahser • 354-4560

IF YOU LIKE SURPRISES
don't call us.

amencan

We'll give you a quote for programming, in-
stallation and training on micro computers
and we'll stick to it.
NO SHTICK - 968-8000

ANA

MICROSYSTEMS

SYSTEMS DESIGN PROGRAMMING TRAINING

Lora Roth

Lora A. Roth will be in-
stalled as president of the
Auxiliary of Alpha Omega on
May 14 at Temple Beth El.
Mrs. Roth's parents, Dr.
Leslie and Mildred Moss,
have both been active
members ,of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity. Mrs. Moss
is a past president of this
Detroit Auxiliary. Mrs. Roth
met her husband, Steven, at
an Alpha Omega convention.
She has been an active
member since 1980. She has
held many positions and
worked on several commit-
tees. Mrs. Roth also is a
member of Women's
American ORT, Hadassah,
Bar-Ilan and Adat Shalom
Sisterhood.
In 1985, she wrote and
published a book, on the
history of the Franklin Cider
Mill, Milling Through The
Years. She has been teaching
piano for the past seven years.

Infants Service
Has Luncheon

Infants Service Group will
hold its annual Mother and
Daughter Luncheon on Tues-
day at noon at Sutton Place
club house.
Guests are welcome. A
nominal charge includes
lunch, games and prizes.
For reservations call Roz
Evanoff, 354-6119; or Mary
Lober, 353-0261.

Women Conduct
Rummage Sale

Sisterhood of Temple Beth
El will hold its annual spring
rummage sale on Thursday
from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and May
13 from 9 a.m. to noon at the
temple.
Household items, quality
designer clothing and more
will be sold.
Admission is free. A snack
bar will be available.

ArlYne

Congratulations
Dr. Alicia Tisdale

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hot

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and camera

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358-2333

HOURS:
Mon.-Thurs. 9-7
Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-5

SAVE
BIG BUCKS

$3.00 OFF 36 exposures
$2.00 OFF 24 exposures
$1.00 OFF 12 exposure or disc

on developing and printing of
110, 126, 135, C-41 color prints

PASSPORT
PICTURES -

1 Set For $

6..95

2 Sets For $12.95

POSTERS 10% OFF

"Must Be Done At The
Same Time"

From Your Old
Photos or Negatives

2 photos per passport
(with coupon)

FULL PHOTO SERVICES INCLUDING: BLACK & WHITE, ENLARGEMENTS & PORTRAITS

29179 Northwestern Hwy. at 12 Mile Rd. In Franklin Shopping Plaza

12

We are so proud of you

for earning your Ph.D.

from the University of

Michigan. We know the

sacrifices you have

made.

With all our love,
Paul; Larry, Ronna and Ida

MOTHER'S DAY
SALE!!!

Selected Dresses

50.75% OFF

Selected Sportswear
30.50% OFF

May 8 & May 9, 10:30-5

33014 Northwestern Hwy. at 14 Mile Rd.

Next to Jan Drake's Cafe, West Bloomfield

all sales
final.
Please
no
charges

DISTINC T I V E

LADIES

EVENING WEAR

(00CTAI LS

EXQUISITE FASHIONS

•CROSSW IN D S

Devoraks

DESIGNER DRESSING AT DISCOUNT PRIC ES

Prior
layaways
and sales
excluded

MALL•

ORCHARD LAKE ROAD at LONE PINE

WEST

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313•851•7633

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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