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January 23, 1987 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-23

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LOCAL NEWS

Ellias Named For Honor

Dr. Sydney Ellias

part of the Michigan Health
Care Corp.
Dr. Ellias has been associ-
ated with both MOMC and
MHCC for more than 40 years
and has served as chairman of
the board of trustees of both
organizations.
In addition to his service
with MOMC and MHCC, he
served as chairman of the de-
partment of internal medicine
at Art Center, Zieger and De-
troit Osteopathic hospitals. He
was also chief of staff at Art
Center Hospital, a member of
the board of governors of the
American College of Osteo-
pathic Internists and president
of the Interstate Cardiac
Society.

Dr. Sydney F. Ellias and his
wife, Helen, will be honored
today with the dedication of
the Sydney and Helen Ellias
Pavillion in the Michigan Os-
teopathic Medical Center.
The pavillion is located at
5425 Woodward, Detroit, at
the original site of the Art Cen-
ter Hospital which Dr. Ellias
was instrumental in establish-
ing in the early 1940s. The
hospital merged with Zieger
Osteopathic Hospital to form
the medical center which is

Dr. Ellias was named Physi-
cian of the Year at Art Center
Hospital in 1975 and was the
only recipient of the Distin-
guished Service Award from
the American College of Oste-
opathic Internists in 1983.
In addition to his private
practice and many professional
affiliations, Dr. Ellias served
as clinical professor to externs
from Kirksville College of Os-
teopathic Medicine and was
active in resident training for
more than 35 years.

Senior Volunteer Named
To Nutrition Council

The senior adult department
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch, announces that senior
volunteer Harry Shiovitz has
been elected president of the
Oakland-Livingston Human
Service Agency's Nutrition
Program Council.
Shiovitz is a volunteer at the
JPM's kosher nutrition site,
which services meals to 400
senior adults weekly. He is
president of the Senior Adult
Council.
S. Daniel Levit, a Russian-
speaking attorney, will be
available for legal consultation
to the Russian community at 8
a.m. Mondays in room 3 of the
JPM. For an appointment, call
Judy Blustein, 967-4030.
A dance presentation, "The
Roaring '20s," choreographed
and directed by Harriet Berg,
will be presented at 2 p.m.

Sunday at the Jaffe Hall of the
JPM. There is a charge.
Phyllis Rochen, senior adult
librarian, will review Lifelines
by Joseph Viertel at 11 a.m.
Tuesday in room 4 of the JPM.
Charles Driker will read short
stories in Yiddish at 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday in the JPM library.
At 1 p.m. Tuesday, Rabbi
Elimelech Silberberg of Cong.
Bais Chabad of West Bloom-
field will speak on "Jewish
History through the Eyes of
the Torah" in the JPM assem-
bly hall.

Anna Mickel will answer
questions about Medicare at 10
a.m. Feb. 2 in the senior room
at the main Jewish Center.
The program is free and open to
the public. It is sponsored by
the senior adult department as
a public service.
Rabbi Efry Spectre of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will ad-
dress the senior adults on
"Conservative Judaism on Its
100th birthday. — What Does
the Next Century Hold?" at 1
p.m. Feb. 2 in room 239 at the
main Jewish Center. Admis-
sion is free, and the program is
open to the public.

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Archie Leslie will show the
film, Easy to Look At, at 2 p.m.
Tuesday in the JPM assembly
hall.
A games day will take place
at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 1 in the JPM's
Jaffe Hall. Prizes will be
awarded, and refreshments
served.

Room Open To Seniors

Senior adults, age 55 and up,
are invited to visit the senior
room, 239, at the main Jewish
Community Center on Mon-
days for games and conversa-
tion.
The room opens at 10 a.m.
and refreshments are served.
Admission is free.
The senior room is in need of
a mah jongg set. To donate a
set, call Judy Samson, 661-
1000 or 967-4030.
A current events discussion
will be held Monday in the
senior room at the main Jewish
Center. Senior adults age 55
and up are invited.

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