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June 29, 1984 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-29

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THEE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CATERING FOR ALL
OCCASIONS

LISTENING POST

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BEST]

AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES

DANNY RASKIN

French, Jewish, American, International Cuisine

IT WAS B'NAI B'RITH
Night at Tiger Stadium ...
and over 43,000 people saw
Howard Johnson rap a
three-run homer to send
folks home happy with a
13-inning victory over the
New York Yankees.
Couldn't ask for better
seats . . . third row to right
of home plate near batter's
circle ... thanks to a great
evening with host tax-
barrister Marcus Plotkin,
partner Bob Siegel and
Chuck Rubin.
Cantor Chaim Najman of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek sang
national anthem while wife
Sherry was nervous, hoping
Tigers would win on his
"debut" ... Alex Ornstein,
president of Metropolitan
Detroit B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil, tossed out first ball .. .
and BB never had a better
night at the ol' ball park.
CONGRATS . . . to
Samantha Heather Woll...
on her first birthday . . .
She's daughter of Drs.
Margo and Douglas Woll.
JONATHAN MARK
LINDEN, son of former De-
troiters Dr. Allen and Adina
Linden of Durham, N.H.,
graduated magna cum
laude from Brown Univer-
sity, Providence, R.I. . . .
and was student speaker at
Phi Beta Kappa initiates
luncheon . . . Jonathan's
grandparents, Sam and
Bella Linden., live here in
Birmingham. •
WINSHIP JUNIOR
High School class of 1967 is
looking for grads in effort to
have a reunion ... Call
Marti (Scholnick) Stewart,
543-2471; or Bill Stern,
851-6079 or 968-4420.
115 YEARS OF anniver-
saries . . . by one family
were recently celebrated
with about 175 guests at
Hamilton Place on South-
field Rd. .. . Mollie and
Phillip Rosenthal, 55 years
... daughter Ann and
hubby Farrell Moore, 35
years ... and son Bernard
with wife Roseann Rosent-
hal, 25 years.
AARON KRICKS-
TEIN, ranked 27th in the
world, and winner of the Ita-
lian Tennis Open, is son of
Dr. Herbert Krickstein,
pathologist at St. Johns
Hospital.
IT'S DR. LONNIE
Schwartz now after recent
graduation from Ohio Col-
lege of Podiatric Medicine
. . . His post-graduate surgi-
cal training is at Oak Cliff
Hospital in Dallas, Texas
. Lonnie is son of former
Detroiters Herb and
Maxine Schwartz, now liv-
ing in Dallas.
DR. ROBERT LUBY'S
quick action with Heimlich
maneuver recently saved
life of a fellow staff person
from choking during lunch
hour . . . at Interlochen Arts
Academy ... Bob is coor-
dinator of health, physical
education and intramural
sports.
ON THE WALL over the
counter as you enter are



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framed photographs of Max
Kosins and Helen Kosins
Silvernian
The parents of Harry and
Ben Kosins are gone . . . but
their two sons continue to
make giant strides in the
men's garment industry.
Latest was opening of
newly built, free-standing
building on Southfield Road
for Kosins Big 'n Tall .. .
which might be the only one
of its kind in the world .. .
The 12,000 square foot
building with 7,200 feet of
selling space, supplants the
former, smaller locale in
Lathrup Village ... some-
thing the big and tall have
previously found extremely
difficult to get without hav-
ing their clothes custom
made.
Same owner as their
former spot owns both.sites
and built the new building
for them, designed by
Joseph Wolf Associates of
Southfield . . . It houses
2,000 suits and sportcoats,
2,000 dress shirts, 2,500
sport shirts, etc.... with 40
employees ... plus a won-
derful tailoring operation
run by Bill Weiss of the
magical hands and mind.
Exterior of the new Ko-
sins Big 'n Tall features a
striking tower design with
large columns ... The
entire facade of the building
has • been covered with
ceramic tile in an interest-
ing and attractive manner
. Inside are brass theatri-
cal lights, large recessed
ceiling lighting, gray, black
and beige decor . . . and even
the bathrooms have de-
signer styling.
Kosins' business today
includes five stores, a large
tailoring shop and a ware-
house . . . which together
now gross over $10 million
annually.
Harry and Benny have
built a magnificent memo-
rial to parents Max and He-
len.

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INVITES HER FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS TO SEE HER AT:


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An item in last week's

graduation of Jeffrey
Colin Ash from the Uni-
versity of Michigan medi-
cal school should have said
that Dr. Ash is the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Allan A. Ash
of Huntington Woods.

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Corrections

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The photograph which
appeared on Page 10 last
week was incorrectly iden-
tified as Louis Newman.

A headline appearing in
last week's Jewish News
incorrectly identified Nat
Fishman of Cong. Beth
' Abraham Hillel Moses as
being tthe Shaarey Zedek
honoree. Fishman was
honored Thursday as the
Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses Israel Bonds hon-
oree at the dinner held at
Shaarey Zedek.

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