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October 11, 1991 - Image 135

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-11

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gm•H OBITUARIES

SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

American Heart
Association

WHAT IS P'TACH?

JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND

18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone: (313) 557-6644

Monday thru Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Friday 9 ....M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

WE TAKE EXCEPTION
TO WHAT YOUR
MOTHER TAUGHT
YOU.

J. Arthur Sarason

.

J.A. Sarason,
GM Executive

J. Arthur Sarason, of
Detroit, died Oct. 1. He was
93.
Mr. Sarason was assistant
comptroller of the General
Motors Corp.
He graduated from
Washington University in St.
Louis with a degree in com-
mercial science. Starting in
1922 at General Motors, he
worked his way to the posi-
tion of assistant comptroller.
In this capacity, he formed
the Detroit Data Center,
which introduced the first
large-scale use of computers
by a major U.S. corporation.
He hired many future leaders
of General Motors, including
two chairmen of the board.
Mr. Sarason was a founding
member of Temple Israel and
the Franklin Country Club,
where he was club champion
in 1935.
He leaves his wife, Dora;
sons, Donald of Berkeley,
Calif., Thomas of Butte Falls,
Ore.; daughters, Judith of
Kensington, Calif., Connie
Grossman of West Bloomfield;
brother, Bert of Lansing;
sister, Sara Jackson of
Baltimore, Md.; four grand-
children.

Morton Cohn,
Founded Temple

Rabbi Morton J. Cohn, 81,
former Detroiter of San
Diego, Calif., died Oct. 3.
Rabbi Cohn was the
founder and first rabbi of
Temple Emanuel in San
Diego, the first Detroiter to
attend Hebrew Union College
in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was
a U.S. Navy chaplain in World
War II.
He leaves his wife, Sally;
son and daughter-in-law, Mor-
ton J. Jr. and Yuko; daughter,
Jane Borock; brothers and
sisters-in-law, Sidney L. and
Beverly, Henry J. and Lor-
raine; three grandchildren;
three great-grandchildren.

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YOU SHOULDN'T EAT
EVERYTHING PUT IN
FRONT OF YOU.
You should avoid foods high in
cholesterol. It's a fact, a high
blood cholesterol level sub-
stantially increases your
chances of developing heart
disease. By cutting down on
fatty, rich foods, you can do
yourself a big favor. You could
lower your blood cholesterol
level and reduce your risk of
heart disease.

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INC.

"Same Location
45 Years"
• Monuments
and Markers
• Bronze Markers
• Memorial
Duplicating
• Cemetery
Lettering & Cleaning
CEMETERY INSTALLATION
ANYWHERE IN MICHIGAN

For more information about a
planned and balanced diet,
contact your American Heart
Association. We'll give you
some free advice on how to
plan a diet good for life.

Call 542-8266

A Thoughtful Expression...
With a
Cookie or Candy Tray

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WE

354-3499

Help meet the needs of
Dysautonomic children.

When So Sorry
is not enough ...
Send a tray

Nibbles & Nuts

737-8088

P'TACH of Mich., Inc.
25311 Ronald Court
Oak Park, Michigan, 48237
(313) 399-6281

833-4440

American
Red Cross

A Public Service of This Newspaper
& The Advertising Council

We'll Help.
Will You?

... WITH GOOD TASTE

Heartfelt wishes
sent with delicious
gift baskets from .. .

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Learn how to take
better care of your
heart, call Red Cross.

f
en

3000 Town Center, Suite 1500,
Southfield, MI 48075 (313) 444-4848

Packaged
and
Delivered
7 Days a Week

DELIVER!

The Michigan branch, P'TACH of
Michigan, Inc., was founded in May of
1979 by a group of parents, lay people and
professionals in fields related to special
education. Our main objective is to provide
special education for learning disabled
children with the goal of mainstreaming
them into regular classrooms whenever
possible. Today, P'TACH has grown to
serve over twenty children in its two
programs. Unfortunately, due to a lack of
financial resources, children are currently
on a waiting list to enter P'TACH's
programs.

All donations are tax deductible

SHIVA BASKETS
& TRAYS .. .

Dysautonomia Foundation Inc.

(313) 661.4789

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FERNDALE
661 E. 8 MILE ROAD
Ph Blocks East of Woodward

DYSAUTONOMIA

A TISKET A TASKET

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Parents for Torah for All Children.
"P'TACH," is a national non-profit
organization which provides secular and
Jewish education for children with learning
disabilities who are enrolled in our schools.
Before P'TACH existed, the doors of
almost all day schools were indeed closed
to children with all levels of learning
disabilities, and the parents of these special
children were often frustrated by a
community that failed to recognize the need
for providing special educational programs
in our schools. Now, through P'TACH, the
doors of our schools are "OPEN" to all
our children.

(313) 626-9050

29594 Orchard Lk. Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI
48018

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show you care .. .

Gift Baskets and
Shiva Trays

American Gourmet

6716 Orchard Lake Road

West Bloomfield Plaza

851-4460

Desserts ..
By

Fax: 737-3369

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We are winning.

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ANIERICAN
CANCER
SOCIETY'

24370 W. Ten Mile Rd., Just W. of Telegraph

355-0088

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