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June 19, 1987 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-19

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LOCAL NEWS

RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED SINCE 1930

insurance estimates accepted

expert color match, foreign & American

TOWING & RENTAL CARS AVAILABLE

La
Salle Body Shop_ 48018
Inc.
28829 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington

MAX FLEISCHER

BETWEEN 12 & 13 Mile Rd.

-FENBY- STEIN

553-7111

Talent Agency

553-9966

WE'RE PLAYING YOUR SONG!

JERRY FENBY
TIM HEWITT & FEEUNGS
PERFECT BLEND
RENDEZVOUS
INNOVATION
LOVING CUP
ROMANCE
MIRAGE
NANCY & COMPANY
THE RITZ
WILMOT
RARE BLEND

FENBY-CARR
SHELBY LEE
ERIC FREUDIGMAN
CARL RYDING
GEORGE BENSON JAZZ
AUSTIN-MORO BIG BAND
BOB DURANT13IG BAND
SOIREE-FLUTE/GUITAR
CLASSIC TOUCH
ASSOCIATES IN SOUND
JAY VALLE
SPECIAL AFFECTS

ERIC HARRIS, D.J.
GOLD TONES, D.J.
RED GARTER BAND
SUN MESSENGERS
TRINIDAD STEEL BAND
MARIACHI BAND
GAMUT 50'S BAND
1920'S SOCIETY ORCHESTRA
NEW REFORMATION DIXIELAND
CARICATURISTS
CLOWNS/MIMES
MAGICIANS/COMICS

A Masterpiece In Time.
The Piaget PoIoTM Watch.

Ethan Gilan, front row, left, is presented with the Sarah
Laker Israel Youth Scholarship by Mrs. Laker. Pictured
with them are, from left: Dr. Gerald Laker and Rabbi
Milton Arm.

Ethan Gilan Named
For Laker Scholarship



The Piaget Polo is the ultimate timepiece — its sculptural elegance achieved
by hand-carving the case and bracelet from a solid block of 18 Karat gold. The ex-
clusive Piaget quartz movement assures accuracy to within 30 seconds a year.
For him, the look of the perfect square, or softly rounded, ridged case. For her,
a circle of diamonds. Hand-crafted in La Cote-aux-Fees, Switzerland.

JEWELERS

44

Friday, June 19, 1987

INC.

32940 Middlebelt Rd. at 14 Mile
In the Broadway Plaza
855-1730
Mon., Wed. & Fri. 10-6
Sat. till 5:30, Thurs. 10-7:30

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ethan Ari Gilan of Bloom-
field Hills is the 1987 winner of
the Harry and Sarah Laker
Israel Youth Scholarship.
Rachel lbssler, a student at the
University of Michigan, was
given a special grant.
Gilan, 20, received a check for
$2,500 and will study political
science at the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem.
His educational background
includes 10_ years at the
Solomon Schechter Day School
in Crawford, N.J., which he at-
tended before moving to the
Detroit area in 1982; two years
at the United Hebrew Schools
in Southfield; and three years
at the Groves High School. He
is presently a student at the
University of Michigan in Ann
Arbor.
Gilan has been affiliated with
the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion Camp Ramah in Canada;
United Synagogue Youth; and
the University Activities
Center.
Ms. Tessler, who received her
early Hebrew education at the
Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit, will also
study at the Hebrew Universi-
ty in Jerusalem during the
1987-1988 academic year.
The Harry and Sarah Laker

Israel Youth Scholarship, co-
sponsored by Cong. Beth
Achim, finances a student each
year for a full year of study at
a leading university in Israel.

Kahane Contests
Lost Privileges

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Supreme Court has agreed to
consider an appeal by Kach
Party leader Rabbi Meir
Kahane against his loss of
Knesset privileges for refusing
to take the required oath of
allegiance to the state.
Justice Menahem Elon decid-
ed June 8 to refer the matter to
a three justice panel. No date
was set for the hearing. At the
same time, the high court re-
jected Kahane's application for
an interim injunction against
the stripping of privileges the
same day by Knesset Speaker
Shlomo Hillel.
Hillel ruled that Kahane and
his staff may enter the Knesset
building, but they will be bar-
red from the plenary chamber
and forbidden to participate in
debates and committee sessions
or to vote. Kahane will continue
to receive his MK's salary.

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