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October 03, 2003 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-03

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C om mu n i ty

At this year's High Holy Days,
your synagogue seat will
look something like this.

Mazel Toy!



ail and Les Baron of
Bloomfield Hills are delighted
to announce the engagement of
their daughter Lori Michelle to
Matthew Karl, son of Eileen and
Arthur Brand of Farmington Hills.
Lori graduated from the University
of Michigan with her bachelor of sci-
ence degree in biopsychology and cog-
nitive sciences. She received her regis-
tered nurse degree from Wayne State
Matthew graduated from Michigan
State University with a bachelor of
arts degree in advertising. He is a sen-
ior mortgage banker with Rock
Financial Corp.


A December wedding is planned at
the Hotel Baronette in Novi.


During this year's High Holy Days,
you'll find an Israel Tourism Pledge Card
on synagogue seats across America.


icole Goldstone and Jamie
Ryke are happy to announce
their engagement. Nicole is
the daughter of Shelley Bordelove and
Daniel Goldstone; Jamie is the son of
Elaine and Eddie Ryke.
Nicole, a graduate of the University
of Michigan, is completing her med-
ical education at Wayne State
University School of Medicine. Jamie
is a senior partner in the law offices of
Thav and Ryke.
The couple look forward to sharing
their simchah with family and friends
at Temple Israel in July.

In 2003, 1.2 million tourists are
expected to vacation in Israel.
As your thoughts turn to a fresh new year,
make a commitment to come to Israel in 2004.

Be one of the hundreds of thousands
of Americans demonstrating
their love and support for Israel
by declaring: "I Care. And I'm Going."



If your seat is missing a card, pledge
on line at www.goisrael.com/pledge2israel or call
1-888-77-Israel for tourism information and pledge details.


ill Kahn and Adam Gantz were
recently married at the Hyatt
Regency Hotel. Rabbi Joshua
Bennett of Temple Israel officiated.
The bride was escorted to the chup-
pah by her parents, Carl Kahn and Alan
and Idee Fox of West Bloomfield. The
groom was accompanied by his mother,
Ms. Suzanne Gantz of Manhattan. He
is also the son of the late Michael Gantz
and brother of the late Mason Gantz.
The bridal party of 24 included flow-
ers girls and ring bearer Linda Kaplan,
Taylor Feldman and Jaycob Feldman.
Also standing up for the groom was the
bride's brother Lawrence Kahn.
Grandparents Dorothy Zeldes and
Nathan and Doris Coleman also partici-


I Care. And I'm Going.

Israel Ministry of Tourism

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pated in the ceremony.
Following a Caribbean honeymoon,
the couple reside in West Bloomfield.

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