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June 01, 1990 - Image 139

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-01

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

Founded 1914

Administration Office: 557-6750

JOSEPH TANENBAUM SCHOOL FOR BOYS SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

32605 Bellvine Trail
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48010

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

75 YEARS OF PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION

Raton, Fla.; daughter and
son-in-law, Bernice and Jack
Tomarin of Farmington Hills;
11 grandchildren; 12 great-
grandchildren.

SYLVIA SCHWARTZ, 87, of
Delray Beach,Fla., died May
24. She is survived by her
daughter, Shirley Sheldon of
Boynton Beach, Fla.; four
grandchildren; five great-
grandchildren.

BESSIE SIMONS, 100, of
Southfield, died May 24. She
is survived by daughter and
sons-in-law, Melba and
Seymour Krause of Grand
Blanc, Mich., Sol Chase of
Farmington Hills; brothers,
Harry Greenberg of Los
Angeles, Maurice Greenberg
of Van Nuys, Calif.; six grand-
children; two great-grand-
children.

ALAN
STEWART
SWARTZ, 41, of Oak Park,
died May 21. He leaves his
sister and brother-in-law,
Cheryl and Merwyn Herman
of Coral Springs, Fla.; two
nieces.

MEYER-BER ZEFF, 86, of
Southfield, died May 24. He
leaves his wife, Shejna;
daughters and son-in-law,
Danielle and Dr. David
Susser of Birmingham,
Liliane Hershkowitz of
Houston, Texas; son, George
of Southfield; eight
grandchildren.

Dr. Sidney Ellias, 81,
Osteopath

Dr. Sidney S. Ellias, a
distinguished member among
Detroit's Osteopathic physi-
cians, died Sunday at his
home in Southfield. He was
81.
Dr. Ellias held many posts
and accumulated countless
awards and honors during his
long career in medicine,
which began after he receiv-
ed a doctorate from the Col-
lege of Osteopathic Medicine
and Surgery in Des Moines,
Iowa, in 1934. Among his
posts, Dr. Ellias was chief of
staff at Art Centre Hospital
in Detroit, now Michigan
Osteopathic Medical Center,
of which he was a founding
member. He was chairman of
internal medicine depart-
ments Art Centre, Detroit
Zieger Osteopathic Hospital
and Detroit Osteopathic
Hospital.
Those who knew Dr. Ellias
say he was kind, humble and
philanthropic. He rarely
boasted of his own ac-

complishments. Rather, he
talked about the achieve-
ments of his wife, Helen, his
children and his grand-
children. On July 4, he and
Helen would have celebrated
their 50th wedding
anniversary.
"He was the most compas-
sionate man I ever knew,"
said one of his closest friends,
Dr. Milton Joseph, who first
met Dr. Ellias in 1929.
In addition to his many
medical organizations, Dr.
Ellias was chairman of the
now defunct Osteopathic
Division of the Allied Jewish
Campaign from 1939 to 1960.
He was a member of Temple
Israel, B'nai B'rith, the R,oun.-
table for Catholics, Jews and
Protestants, the United Foun-
dation and the Zionist
Organization of Detroit. He
was also a 32nd degree Mason
and the Moslem Shrine. He
won two community service
awards from the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Dr. Ellias, too, was a teacher
of doctors. During his career,
he was a professor at the
Chicago College of
Osteopathic Medicine and the
Kirskville (Mo.) College of
Osteopathic Medicine.
In addition to Helen, he
leaves a daughter, Nancy Gor-
man of Southfield; sons and
daughters-in-law, Franklin
and Betty of Farmington
Hills, Dr. Andrew and Judi of
Colorado Springs, Colo.;
sister, Ruth Aftel of South-
field; brothers and sisters-in-
law, Harold and Betty of
Southfield, Dr. Elmer and
Peggy of Miami Beach; six
grandchildren.

Photo courtesy of David Zuroff

During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will observe the yahrtzeits of the following departed friends, with
the traditional memorial prayers, recitation of kaddish and studying of mishnayos.

Minnie Cohen
Lawrence R. Gechter
Sam Rosenbaum
Harry Shriman
Rachel Steinbock
Rebecca Temchin
Daniel Greenblatt
Jacob Mandell
Dorothy Meckler
Bence Mermelstein
Libby Rosenberg
Fanny Stolarsky
Ann Weisberger
Lillian Feuerman
Sidney Fischer
Joseph Gittelman
Joseph Jaffa
Abe Meisner

SIVAN JUNE
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Nettie Newman
David Anbender
Della Gottlieb
Jennie Rosen
Irene Rosenthal
Leon Sitrin
Bernard G. Skully
Belle Clayman
Jack Elkin
Chiel Reischer
Fanny Rubinstein
Samuel Satovsky
Jerome Shaft
Kate Winston
Isaac Yabeck
Mary Bednarsh
Mollie Daniels Faber

Dr. Dennis Ormond, 56, an
implantologist, specialist in
implant dentistry, of Bir-
mingham, died May 26.
He had offices in Bloomfield
Hills and was a member of
the American and Michigan
Dental Associations, Oakland
County Dental Society, was a
member of the American
Academy of Implant Den-
tistry, a fellow of the Interna-
tional College of Oral Implan-
tologists and a fellow of the
American Academy of Pros-
thodentics.
Dr. Ormond was instrumen-
tal in developing outdoor
camping and tripping pro-
grams for Camp Tamarack.
He was also an avid scuba
diver.
He leaves his wife Nancy;
daughters, Jamie and Brooke;
mother, Sarah of Birming-
ham; sisters, Neica Corr of
Birmingham and Joyce
Rieger of West Bloomfield.

Max Foss
Joseph Lakritz
Ella Monast
Max Pechensky
Abraham Schuster
Bessie Zold
Michaele Eisenman
Marvin H. Faber
Jacob Franovitz
Joseph Gerszonowicz
Julies Hechtman
Basha F. Kazerinski
Rachel Marwil
Rebecca Medow
Rose Schuraytz
Shalom Scott
Kalman Shapiro
Oscar I. Steel

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REMEMBER THE 637 CHILDREN OF YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH WHEN PLANNING YOUR ESTATE

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