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September 22, 2005 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-22

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Chloe Aliyah Logan (Tamar) of
Bloomfield Township will be called to
the Torah as a bat
mitzvah Saturday,
Sept. 24, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
She is the daughter
of Deborah and
Stuart Logan and
the older sister of
Daphne. Proud
grandmothers are
Lydia Szobel and
Marilyn Logan.
Chloe also is the
granddaughter of the late David
Szobel and the late Jerome Logan,
whose hearts she filled with joy during
her first two years.
An honor student at Bloomfield
Hills Middle School, Chloe has volun-
teered since elementary school. She
especially enjoys helping young chil-
dren in school and day-camp settings.

Sydney Rachel
Wolf, daughter of
Stacy and Eric
Wolf, will read
from the Torah
Friday, Sept. 23, at
Temple Israel. She
is the sister of Carly
and Jordyn. Her
grandparents are
Vita and Jerome

Lisnek. She is also the grandchild of
the late Sophie and Sidney Wolf.
Attending Berkshire Middle School
in Beverly Hills, Sydney raised funds
for the Detroit Institute for Children,
volunteered at JARC and was a volun-
teer at Temple Israel's library as part of
her mitzvah experience.

More B'nai Mitzvah

• Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield — David Andrew Nayer,
son of Deborah Brouwer and Seymour
Nayer. (Saturday, Sept. 24)
• Temple Beth El — Tamar Laura
Adler, daughter of Carmen Insfran-
Adler and Barry Adler; Sarah Kolin
Harper, daughter of Ted Harper and
Myra Kolin Harper. (Saturday, Sept.
• Temple Kol Ami — Jordan
Earnest, daughter of Rick and Ronna
Earnest. (Saturday, Sept. 24)
• Temple Shir Shalom — Jacob
Schumer, son of Beverly and Stanley
Schumer. (Friday, Sept. 23)
• Congregation Shir Tikvah —
Grace Laverdiere (Adult bat mitzvah
Friday, Sept. 23)




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While children who play instruments should be encouraged to
play at every available opportunity, it should be noted that as far
as the teeth are concerned, practice might make less than perfect.
The reason is that woodwind instruments and brass instruments
have the potential to push teeth out of their proper positions to
either cause, or worsen orthodontic problems. Consider the fact
that braces move teeth with 100 grams of pressure, while
playing a musical instrument exerts 500 grams of pressure.
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Trumpets, trombones and French horns have a tendency to
Licensed Specialist
push the front teeth back, while clarinets and saxophones can
force front teeth out. To see if playing an instrument poses a
problem, have the orthodontist evaluate your child's instrument's effect upon his or her
teeth. If a problem does exist, the orthodontist can possibly compensate with orthodontic
procedures and opposing forces.



my Elizabeth Wagner and
Jeremy Biloon were recently
married at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in Southfield. Rabbis
Jonathan Berkun, Lauren Berkun,
Irwin Groner, Joseph Krakoff and
Cantor Chaim Najman participated in
the ceremony along with Rabbi Joel
Roth of the Jewish Theological
Amy is the daughter of Dottie and
Donald Wagner of West Bloomfield.
Jeremy is the son of Marcia and Ronald
Biloon of Teaneck, N.J.
Sheri Wagner was the maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Anne Levenson, Traci
Provizer, Miriam Feffer, Lauren Elkus,
Rachel Weiss Berger, Leah Weiss and
Ruth Schwarz.
Robert Lebowitz was best man.
Groomsmen were Rob Hartstone, Rafi
Rone, Jeff Mittler, David Levin, Seth
Mayeri and Joseph Schwarz. Alana, Ari
and Zachary Spellman also participated
in the ceremony.
Amy and Jeremy were thrilled that

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It is unwise to leave orthodontic problems of children or adults
untreated as they may become worse over time. Severe
orthodontic problems can lead to loss of teeth, a worsening
alignment, discomfort and anxieties over one's appearance.
Teeth are meant to last a lifetime.


Amy's grandparents Jean and Teddy
Weiss played a part in their simchah.
Amy is the director of program initia-
tives at the United Jewish
Communities Mandel Center for
Leadership Excellence. Jeremy is group
marketing director at Time Warner
Following a honeymoon in Italy, the
couple reside in New York City.

October is
Orthodontic Health
Children should get
a check-up with
an orthodontic
specialist by age 7

Orthodontic problems can affect one's emotional and
psychological status, as well as physical health.
When people look better, they generally feel better
about themselves. This enhances self-esteem and self-
confidence, which play an important role in social
life and career opportunities. To help you evaluate
your own situation or that of your child, visit an
orthodontist specialist for a consultation.

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