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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-08-06

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July 8

Doron and Sarah
Spielman of Maaleh
Adumim, Israel, are
proud to announce
the birth of their son,
Nachshon Yehudah.
He is welcomed
home by Neshama,
5, Yaakov, 4, and
Ariela, 2. Very happy grandparents are
Murray and Geri Spilman of Orchard
Lake and Monty and Esther Fisher of
London, England.

May 5
Dana (Lyons) and
David Weeks of
Livonia announce
with joy in their
hearts the birth of
their son, Jackson
Dale (Herschel
Xitzchak). Sharing
their pride and hap-
piness are grandparents Donna and
Alan Goldsmith of Northville, Carole
and Ron Lyons of Galloway, N.J., and
Phyllis and Kendall Weeks of West
Bloomfield. Proud great-grandmother
is Barbara Goldsmith of Novi. Jackson


The next step in taking care of braces is avoldng the foods that can break them
Of pull them off. Gum is not recommended. Do not chew on ice and avoid hard
Of sticky candies. Other foods to avoid are again anything that S sticky, gooey or
overly crunchy. Hard foods that you have to bite with the front teeth can knock off
a bracket. To be safe, cut up appl es , carrots and other food like these into small

is named in memory of his great-
grandfathers Harry Goldsmith and
Harry Shiovitz. He is also the great-
grandson of the late Shirley Shiovitz.

Jan. 24

Sarah (Topper) and
Eric Gutman are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
daughter, Riley
Addison (Rava
Adina). Ecstatic
grandparents are
Howard and Karen
Gutman of Farmington Hills, Sandy
and Cheri Topper of West Bloomfield,
Bonnie and Les Bricker of Northville
and Margo and Jeff Lowe of Los Osos,
Calif. Delighted great-grandparents are
Goldie Topper of Farmington, Cantor
David Gutman of Southfield and Sally
Chestnut of West Bloomfield. Riley's
middle name is in loving memory of
her great-grandfather Alvin Topper.

Dr. Nelson Hersh
Dr. Marsha Beatitc

Licensed Specialists
for Children
& Adults

West Bloomfield
r, Commerce Township

Taking proper care of the heattti of your teeth and protecting your braces S expected
during orthodontic treatment. You will be glad you followed your orthodonitt's
directions exactly when you get your braces off on time)

Drs. Hersh and Beattie invite you to join our patient family. our office is located on
the border of West Bloomfield/Commerce Township

r r r \



• Temple Shir Shalom — Thomas
Porlick, son of Deborah and Thomas
Porlick (Saturday).



arry and Michele Slutsky of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to announce
the engagement of their son
Corey Slutsky to Alexis Weisbrod, daugh-
ter of Steve Weisbrod and Beth Arnow of
Atlanta, Ga.
Corey received his B.A. in sports man-
agement from the University of Michigan
in Ann Arbor and his M.A. in broadcast
journalism from the University of Southern
California in Los Angeles. He works for the
American Forces Network, planning all-
sports television programming, broadcast
exclusively to the U.S. troops serving over-
Alexis received her B.F.A. in dance from the University of Minnesota Twin
Cities campus. She is pursuing her Ph.D. in critical dance studies from the
University of California Riverside and is an associate faculty member at Mt. San
Jacinto College in Menifee, Calif.
A summer 2010 wedding is planned in Atlanta.

tf the orthodontist has installed any orthodontic equipment that you have to wear or
adjust, do it exoctty as he.. ste says. If you don't tt could delay getting your braces
off for months. tt you are miming rubber bands to manipu'cte your bite, change
them as prescribed. You should take off your rubber bands before each meal and
put in new ones after you are done eating and also before you go to bed.

2300 Haggerty Road: Sutte 1160 (248) 926-4100.

B'nai Mitzvah


If a bracket does fall off, the orthodontist will attach another bracket. However,
every time the orthodontist has to replace a bracket, ft extends the orthodontic
treatment longer and can also prevent obtaining an ideal result. If you SYMIlow a
brocket that has fallen off it S not a serious problem. Brackets are usually mode of
a medical grade stainless steel, ■ ,vhich just passes through your digestive system.




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