TIE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 1 6, 1970-7
Our sale will save you money
no matter what we call it.
Our sale won't be a super-savings-
spectacular. And we don't even have
any stupendous bargains of a lifetime.
Just good substantial savings on use-
ful fashionable clothes.
Like French Shriner shoes that
did cost as much as $45, now for just
$29.90. Or the most popular brand of
Banlons in short and long sleeves,
with fashion collars or crew necks,
regular values to $16 now for $7.33.
Or Ronald Bascombe, 100% wool, two
pants suits. Available in solids, stripes
and plaids. Values as high as $130 for
We admit that so far, there's noth-
ing that's going to make you hock the
family jewels. But there are some
honest savings on some pretty sensible
things. And there's more. -
Like all weather dacron and cotton
zip lined coats that were priced be-
tween $47.50 and $52.50 on sale for
just $39.90. And there's all wool slacks
in plaids, stripes and solids. Available
in flairs or straight, $24.95 values cut
down to $17.90 or two for $35. Then
too, there's all wool suburban coats
with fur collars and pile lining. Avail-
able in single and double breasted
styles, specially priced at just $39.90.
The sale starts today. So why not
come in and take advantage of it. And
don't worry about our sale not having
a name. If you do come, and you can't
find anything you like, you'll un-
doubtedly give it a name of your own
Stores for men and young men.
Open evenings 'til 9 in the Tel-Twelve Mall (Telegraph and 12 Mile in Southfield), Tech Plaza Center (12 Mile and Van Dyke in Warren); and Tel-Huron Center
(Telegraph and Huron - in Pontiac). Our downtown Pontiac store Is open Friday evenings 'til 9. Osmun's Charge, Bank Americard and Master Chargecard.