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September 06, 1985 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

/60/0 IMMO'

bruce m. weiss

DEBORAH'S
INVITATIONS

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

LUMP AMIE

13 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

nated the search, phoning
warehouses, greenhouses' and
growers in Canada and the
Detroit area
Gil remained steadfast and
optimistic throughout the
ordeal. He repeatedly told
Eisenberg, "I will do what-
ever I can with whatever I
have." Using the flowers as
they came in, he tried to be
as productive as possible.
By mid-afternoon, when
the missing crates were
found, most of the flowers
had already been replaced.
The unfortunate incident
had its positive side. Eisen-
berg says it brought many of
the designers closer together.
"People from all over the
world were helping us, were
supporting us. They , offered

us flowers and greens."
By Wednesday, all was
forgotten in the heat and
creativity of the competition.

The unfortunate
incident had its
positive side. People
from all over the
world offered their
materials and
support.

"There were florists from all
over the world," Eisenberg
recalls. "Over 3,000 came to
watch the contest events.
There were flowers

everywhere. It was a joy to
behold such beauty."
While Gil did not win the
Interflora World Cup, he
came away with interna-
tional attention and respect.
Eisenberg explains, "We
drew a lot of attention.
Every designer came to see
us. The "That's My Country"
event, in which Yossi created
a floral design with an Is-
raeli spirit, was very unique.
Everyone commented on it. I
could not even translate all
the comments and questions
fast enough."
For Yossi Gil, Israeli floral
designer, it was an auspici-
ous moment, a first interna-
tional competition full of
surprise, beauty, joy and
acclaim. ❑

Friday, September 6, 1985 81

Debbi* Goldfles Wsluerman
NOW LOCATED IN
TOWER-14 BLDG. (Delta Dental)
J.L. Hudson Dr. at Northwestern
Southfield -
SUITE 140

Please can

5694792

,B oifitnie' E s

29229 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield, Mi.

48034

Southeast corner Northwestern
Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

353-1424

delicious
holiday

TORTES &
CAKES

order early

357-4540

MARCY'S. BOUTIQUE

AT DIMITRI'S - DOWNSTAIRS
When You Dine
Treat Yourself to Something Fine!
Mon. thru
Don't Miss It
11 a.m. to 9 p.m.



BUSINESS

25080 Southfield Road
Southfield, MI 48075

569-6466

BRUCE M. PODOLSKY of
West Bloomfield has joined the
sales staff of. Valley Lincoln
Mercury, specializing in new car
sales, leasing and used car sales.

SPITZER'S HEBREW BOOK
AND GIFT CENTER has
available Ada P. Kahn's, Diab-

etes Control and the Kosher Diet
(Wordscope, Inc.). The book has
recipes for diabetics and persons
watching their weight.

STEVEN F. SCHLAFER has
joined the account executive
staff of Dean Witt& Reynolds,
Inc.'s Troy office.

Southeastern Michigan. Dahlia
Society dahlia show Saturday
and Sunday during mall hours.
Admission is free.

EMPIRE KOSHER FOODS
has just announced a new pro-
gram where non-profit groups
and organizations can use Em-
pire products for fund raising.
Organizations, such as those
associated with synagogues,
schools, community centers, can
raise funds by selling the Em-
pire Gift Packs. For information,

Saturday
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday
12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

write Empire Kosher Foods,
P.O. Box 165, Mifflintown, PA
17059.

MICHIGAN CHAPTER OF
THE NATIONAL MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS SOCIETY re-
ceived a check for $8,096.86
from Denis P. Dickstein,
president, Ralph Manuel
Realtors; Robert M. Katzman,
president, Abbey Homes; and
the Interior Design Society as a
result of their three-week De-
signerhome tour fund raiser.

.

Be in Style
for this Fall Season.

Complaisant/the Stadium

HUNTERS SQUARE

851-6566 ORCHARD. LAKE & 14 MILE

LOCAL NEWS

MAURICE A. BETMAN, a
representative of Northwestern
National Life Insurance Co., has
qualified for membership in the
1985 Million Dollar Round Ta-
ble. It is his 22nd year of qual-
ification.

ALAN S. TILCHEN has been
named "Man of the Year" for
life insurance sales by Northern
Life Insurance Co.

One
sure
Wag
To
net
s i

Did you know that
your area newspa-
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people than any
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medium? Because of
that fact, it's the best
" vehicle to get your
message across...
Resun • and get results! Call
us right now!

JEAN CLAIRE SALON, 369
E. Maple, Birmingham, has new
owners, Frank and Cathy Filips.
The salon offers Sunday ap-
pointments and complimentary
valet parking. For an appoint-
ment; call the salon, 540-3444.

KRAFT KITCHENS are offer-
ing a free 16-page booklet of
Jewish holiday recipes. For a
copy, write Jewish Holiday Re-
cipes, P.O. Box 805, South Hol-
land, Ill., 60473.

WEIGHT WATCHERS . will
begin a weekly class at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Communiti Center
at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in room
15. For information, call Weight
Watchers, 557-5454.

TEL-12 MALL will host the

Edie Mittenthal, Allied Jewish Campaign worker training
chairman, gets some advice from Bud Levin, United Jewish Appeal
national vice chairman and Campaign policy committee board
member. Levin was keynote speaker at the Kadima '86 Campaign
'leadership seminar.

The tvish News
354-6060

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