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July 30, 1971 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-30

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Fisher Pavilion Dedicated at Sinai

Registration Under Way
for Center Pre-School

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 30, 1971-29

Revolutions. In my youth, Spinoza
Registration is now open at the
hobgoblin; now he is a
Jewish Center pre-school for chil- was a —Ralph Waldo Emerson.
dren of age 3-5. Half-days and saint.
partial week sessions are avail-
able, and transportation is offered
on request.
The program, led by a certified
teacher, includes gym, crafts, cre-
ative rhythmics, holiday celebra-
tions and some Hebrew instruc-
tion.
Guests of honor were Mr. and
For information, call the Center,
Mrs. Max M. Fisher and their 14- DI 1-4200.
year-old daughter Marjorie.
MAX SCHRUT
The most powerful men are not
Fisher, a long-time trustee of public men. The public man is re-
For Good Photographs
the hospital and a leading figure sponsible, and a responsible man
and Prompt Service
in the world's Jewish community, is a slave. —Benjamin Disraeli.
Call Me at
gave an initial $500,000 toward
the construction of the new patient
MUSIC BY
care facility, ranked as one of the
finest in the country.
Weddings Bar Mitzvas
Visitors toured the ultra-mod-
We Come to Your Home
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
With Samples
ern 17-room operating suite on
UN 4-6845
968-2563
the ground floor as well as the pre-
TY 5-8805
operative holding area and recov-
ery room, and saw typical patient
rooms containing the latest mon-
itoring equipment and wall-to-wall
carpeting.

Sinai Hospital officially opened
its new 156-bed Max M. and Mar-
jorie S. Fisher Pavilion last week,
and an estimated 600 visitors, in-
cluding employes, medical staff
and volunteers, got a first-hand
look at the $10,200,000 facility on
opening day.

BLAIR STUDIO

SAM BARNETT

Morris Garvett, president of Sinai Hospital, chats with Max M.
Fisher at the dedication.

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The first patients were moved
into the third floor of the new
addition on July 18. The second
floor, containing 68 adult surgical
beds and a '12 bed surgical inten-
sive care unit, is scheduled to
open in early September.

First floor admitting and busi-
ness offices will open in late Au-
gust. When all facilities are in
use, the Fisher Pavilion will in-
crease the total bed capacity at
Sinai Hospital to 619.

Dr. Julien Priver (left) demonstrates a patient's intercom to Mr.
and Mrs. Max M. Fisher and their daughter Marjorie while Admin-
istrator Sydney C. Peimer looks on.

Following their tour of the new
addition, visitors were treated to
refreshments by the Sinai Worn-
en's Guild in the Shiffman Wing
lobby.

Merzon in Race
for OP Council

Attorney M. Manuel Merzon is
seeking to fill the vacancy on the
Oak Park City Council at the spe-
cial election to be held Tuesday.
For many years a leader in the
Orthodox J e wish community,
Merzon gears his campaign to
moral issues, as well as to the

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that the administration has a
duty "to set a high tone for the
people."
A graduate of the Windsor Col-
legiate Institute, the University of
Michigan and the Detroit College
of Law, Merzon has been in active
law practice for many years in
greater Detroit.
An active Zionist, Merzon has
headed the Zionist-Revisionists of
this area, and is now its hon-
orary president, as well as hon-
orary president of Shaarit Haplay-
tah Survivors of 1945, in recogni-
tion of his devoted help to new-
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