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April 28, 1978 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-28

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Friday, April 28, 1978 21

Kevin Gasiewski can help you
with first aid,
automotive maintenance,
map reading, and butter pecan.

A well-tuned ear to
listen when you have
a problem.

A very good set of eyes
to help you spot your car
when you can't find it.

An uncomplicated mouth
to give clear, simple
answers to sometimes
complicated questions.

A two-way radio
to keep in touch with
the other security people
you can rely on
at the Center.

A badge he's earned
by skill, training,
and experience
in working with
(and helping) people.

A well-trained
index finger
for pointing the way
to the snack bar
or the public phones.

A flexible knee
for kneeling down to
console a six-year-old
who has misplaced his Mommy.

Kevin has been trained to do his job well.
He's a professional who can help you follow
the trail of the car you thought you parked
here —but turned out to be there. He can also
lead you to a great ice cream cone or show
you where your lost glove might be. But the

secret of Kevin's success isn't that he was
trained to help. It's the fact that he wants to
help. We think Kevin and the people who
work with him are special. It's their attitude
that makes Northland more than just a nice
place to shop. It's also a special place to visit.


Greenfield at Eight Mile Road.

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