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October 12, 1979 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-12

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16 Friday, October 12, 1979





23777 Greenfield, Suite 277
Southfield, Mich. 48075
1-313-559-9600 Mr. Elias

Midrasha Has Extension Class

The Midrasha on Wheels,
an extension course service
of the Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies, offers a
course outside of the Mid-
rasha for groups of seven or
more persons. Cost of the
program includes mate-
Teaching the extension

courses on a variety of
Jewish topics are: Rabbi Eli
Finkelman, Rabbi Sidney
Green, Morris Nobel, Rabbi
Hayim Schloss, Renee Wohl
and Rabbi Abraham
For information, call the
Midrasha, 352-7117.

Columnist Bob Talbert Due
for Home for Aged Auxiliary

Detroit Free Press col-
umnist Bob Talbert will ad-
dress the opening meeting
of the Jewish Home for
Aged Auxiliary noon Oct.
29 at the Sheraton South-
field Hotel. Luncheon will
be served.

What does it take to
open a great men's
Clothing Store...


Reservation deadline for
paid-up and new members
is' Oct. 22. For reservations,
call Vivian Best, 353-8473;
Gladys Barr, 626-6455; or
Sharon Fleischman, 642-
President Mrs. Fleis-
chman invites new mem-

Bond Event

Knollwood Country Club
will hold its second dinner-
dance on behalf of Israel
Bonds on Wednesday, with
cocktails at 7 p.m. and
dinner at 8 p.m.


LOCATION: Find a perfect location like Southfield at

11 1 /2 Mile Road. Build it in a beautiful shopping Plaza
with plenty of free parking.

ATMOSPHERE: The ambience of a fine men's clothing

store should be one of total elegance. It should have
a warm and comfortable feeling about it. Beautiful
fixtures, spacious dressiQg rooms, and soft music.

MERCHANDISE: Select the finest manufacturers of

men's clothes. Keep current with the latest styles as
well as traditional. Everything must be first quality
merchandise. Make sure you carry as many sizes,
colors, and styles as space permits. Display the mer-
chandise attractively, the way it looks in the window
is how it should look on the customer.

TAILORING: The heartbeat of any men's clothing store

is it's tailoring. Make sure you have
the finest fitters available_ They
should be experienced in working
with fine fabrics. A good tailor will
give that "Perfect Fit" in a minimal
amount of time.

SALES STAFF: Experience is the first

criterion. So find people who have
worked for years in the clothing
business. Make sure most of those
years have been spent in fine men's
shops. Your staff should concentrate
on friendly, personal service —
without being "pushy." Your sales
staff is just as important as your

COURAGE: AM it takes is hard work,


imagination, years of experience, a
lot of personal attention, and the
nerve to invest two million dollars.

The "New" Kosins Clothes • Lathrup Village • Southfield at 11 1/2 Mile

Phone 559-3900 • Open Monday - Friday 10-9pm, Saturday 9-6pm, Sunday 12-5pm

FREE PARKING • All Major Credit Cards Accepted

Emil Cohen, humorist,
raconteur and vocalist, will
entertain on behalf of the
Israel Bond drive. Cohen
has appeared in major night
clubs, hotels and theatres
throughout the country,
and has performed on tele-
vision and radio. He is a
regular at Grossinger's
Hotel in New York.
The dinner-dance com-
mittee is headed by Michael
Grey, Metro Detroit Israel
Bonds' Country Clubs Di-
vision chairman. Dr. Stuart
Hamburger is president of
Knollwood. For dinner
reservations, call Israel
Bonds, 557-2900.

Society to Meet

The Detroit Philosophical
Society will hold its 79th
anniversary banquet Oct.
25 at Kingsley Inn.
Cocktails will be served at 6
with dinner at 7 p.m.
Dr. Robert S. Drews,
psychiatrist, will speak on
"A Philosophical Critique of
Some International VIPs."
Albert Chicorel will
be master of ceremonies.
Music, dancing and
entertainment will high-
light the evening.

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