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March 18, 1966 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-18

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Jack Sporn, Owned
TV, Hi-Fi Shop Here

/

Isidor Branch
Dead at 100

Jack I. Sporn, owner of Sporn's
TV and Hi Fi shop for 32 years,
first on Grand River and later on
Isidor Brasch, one of the few
W. Nine Mile Rd., Oak Park, died in our community to reach the
last Saturday at age 54.
age of 100, died Wednesday. He
Sporn, born in New York, became a centennarian last Nov.
lived in the Detroit area 52 years. 25 .
Mr. Brasch. father of the late
A member of Temple Israel and
its men's club, he lived at 25220 Abraham Brasch, the first adver-
E. Roycourt, Huntington Woods. tising manager for The Jewish
He also belonged to Tam O'Shan- News, was retired from the real
estate business in 1932, went to
ter Country Club.
Surviving him are his wife, Florida to live until 1962 and
Pauline; a son, Neil; two dough- returned to his Detroit home. He
ters, Mrs. Ned (Brina) Reinstein lived with a daughter at 56 W .
and Donna; three brothers, Dr. N. Bethune.
Born in Germany, Mr. Brasch
G. Sporn and Herbert and Sidney
Goldman; a sister, Mrs. Nat (Ruth) lived in Detroit 75 years, and be-
longed to Pisgah Lodge, Bnai
Cowan; and one grandchild.
Brith and Knights of Pythias. He
was a widower, his wife having
Harry Shifman, Age 49, died in 1959.
Surviving Mr. Brasch are two
Owned Linoleum Firm
Harry Shifman, owner for 20 sons, Jerome L. and Robert L.;
years of the Wayne Linoleum and two daughters, Lillian and Mrs.
Tile Co., Wayne, died Sunday at Edmond (Helen) Papineau; eight
grandchildren and four great-
age 49.
Shifman, 20414 Freeland, grandchildren.

was a commercial builder for the
last nine months. He was a mem-
ber of Knights of Pythias and the

Sylvan Meshorer

Sylvan A. Meshorer, retired
Wayne Chamber of Commerce.
He leaves his wife, Estelle; two president of Syl Meshorer Co.,
daughters, Marilyn and Susan; his traffic sign manufacturers, died
mother, Mrs. Sarah Shifman; and March 10 at age 63.
Meshorer, 10400 R o x b u r y,
two sisters, Mrs. Rose Tarnoff and
was president of the Gratiot Lions
Mrs. William Utley.
Club and a member of Temple
Beth El; Craftsman Lodge, F&AM;
East Side Lodge, Bnai Brith; Cres-
The Family of the Late
cent Shrine Club and the Detroit
Consistory of the Moslem Temple.
NAT STONEMAN
Born in Buffalo, Meshorer
lived in Detroit 39 years.
Announces the unveilng
of a monument in his
He leaves his wife, Louise; two
memory 11 a.m. Sunday,
sons, Donald and David; two sis-
March 27, at Westwood
ters, one brother and three grand-
children.
Cemetery, Dearborn. Rab-
bi Groner will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
Louis Honigman, 86
asked to attend.
Louis Honigman, 18253 Stoepel,
died Monday at age 86. Mr. Honig-
man, a retired tailor, belonged to
Adas Shalom Synagogue. His wife,
Sarah, is well known here for her
activities in many Jewish organiza-
The Family of the Late
tions and philanthropies. •
MAURICE BALE
Born in Russia, Mr. Honigman
lived in Detroit 60 years. He leaves
Announces the unveiling
two sons, Jason, an attorney, and
of a monument in his
dentist Dr. Alfred G.; two daugh-
memory 11:30 a.m. Sun-
ters, Mrs. Rose Moss and Mrs.
day, March 27, at Mach-
Philip (Anne) Poyle; seven grand-
pelah Cemetery. Rabbi
children and 10 great-grandchil-
Segal will officiate. Re-
dren.
latives and friends are

asked to attend.

Realtor Samuel Beznos

The Family of the Late

HELEN
SCHLESINGER

Announces the unveiling

of a monument in her
memory 1:30 p.m. Sun-
day, March 27, at Oak-
view Cemetery, Section P.
Rabbi Lehrman and Can-
tor Klein w ill officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

The Family of the Late

HENRY
DONOFSKY

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in h i s
memory 1 p.m. Sunday,
March 20, at Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Cemetery
(Woodward and 8 1/2 Mile
Rd.). Rabbi L. Goldman
will officiate. Relatives
and friends are asked to
attend.

Samuel Beznos, president of
Beznos Realty Co., 14945 Liver-
nois, died March 10 while on vaca-
tion in Miami Beach.
Beznos, 59, of 22933 New-
port, Southfield, was a resident
of Detroit for the past 50 years.
He leaves his wife, Esther; three
sons, Norman, Harold and Jerry;
and three brothers, Frank, Abram
and Waldermere.

OBITUARIES

LOUIS BARSKY, 17544 Rose-
GUSSIE KANFER, 11501 Peto- ROSE WEINSTEIN, 20525
lawn, died March 13. Survived by I skey, died March 16. She leaves a I Faust, died March 16. Survived
two daughters, Mrs. Gertrude i son, Albert; three daughters, Mrs. by her husband, Isadore; three
Weitzman and Theodora; and two Herman (Ruth) Kass, Mrs. F. sons, Sam of Miami, Louis and
i (Mollie) Wilson and Mrs. Simon Morris; two daughters, Mrs. Jo-
grandchildren.
(Gwen) Kronick; one sister, seven seph (Sadie) Berns of Beverly
* *
grandchildren and four great- Hills, Calif., and Mrs. Philip
SADIE FARBER. BERLIN, former orandchildren.
(Bessie) Stone; one brother, seven
Detroiter of Los Angeles, Calif., °
*
grandchildren and two great-
died March 10. She leaves a i
grandchildren.
son, Arthur Farber; a daughter, I
ILKA KUHN, 11501 Petoskey,
• * *
Mrs. Money (Ruth) Krichman; died March 11. Survived by two
MEYER WEISBERG, 11501 Pe-
two sisters, Mrs. Robert Sobole and sons, Eugene and Paul; two sisters
toskey, died March 11. Survived
Mrs. Max Biber, both of Detroit; and three grandchildren.
by a son, William of Key West;
and six grandchildren. Interment
* *
a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Betty)
New York.
* * *
ROSE KOTOK, 13725 Dexter, Salasnek; three grandchildren and
LOUIS BRODSKY, 19369 'Admit- died March 11. She leaves three four great-grandchildren.
* * *
rose, died March 9. He leaves a brothers, Morris Davis, Boris and
son, Nathan; three daughters, William; and one sister.
SARAH WENNER, former De-
* * *
Sarah, Betty and Mrs. Sally Hen-
troiter of Los Angeles, died March
din; nine grandchildren and one
MARION LEIB, 20300 Trinity, 16. Survived by her husband,
great-grandchild.
died March 14. She leaves her hus- Jacob; two sons, Sam and Dr.
* * *
band, Abe; a son Elliott; two Harry of Southfield; two brothers,
five grandchildren and two great-
BESSIE BULKIN, 18227 Ilene, brothers and one sister.
grandchildlren.
died March 13. Survived by her
* * *
* * *
husband, Dan; and a brother,
I S A D O R E MILLER, 17355
LENA ZUPNITSKE, 24290 Sco-
Monty Stein of Los Angeles.
Pershing, Livonia, died March 10. tia, Oak Park, died March 15. She
* * *
Survived by a son, Gerald; two leaves a son, Bernard Zupmore;
MORRIS DOBRUSIN, 21730
daughters, Mrs. Edward (Dorothy) a daughter, Mrs. Louis (Estelle)
Gardner, Oak Park, died March 9.
Goldberg of Essexville, and Mrs. I Hyman; three brothers, two sis-
Survived by his wife, Rose; two
Marvin (Helen) Shusterman of ters and four grandchildren.
sons, Gerald D. and Dr. Joseph S.;
Whitefish Bay, Wis.; one sister and
four sisters and five grandchil-
nine grandchildren.
dren.
* * *
* * *
SOPHIE E D E L S 0 N, 15232
SABINA NORMAN, 885- Coving-
Northgate, Oak Park, died March ton, died March 16. She leaves two
10. She leaves a son, Dr. William sons ,Herald and Jerome, a daugh-
B.; two sisters and two grandchil- ter, Mrs. Michael (Dorothy)
During the coming
Dreyer; three sisters, six grand-
week Yeshiva Beth
dren.
Yehudo will observe
* * *
children and two great-grandchil-
the Yahrzeit of the
"MAX ESKIN, of Ann Arbor, dren.
* * *
Following departed
died March 12. He leaves his wife,
friends. with the
CLARA OBERFIELD, 11501 Pe-
Sarah; two sons, Harry and Daniel;
traditional Memorial
one brother, two sisters and five' toskey, died March 12. Survived
Prayers, recitation of
grandchildren.
by a son, Edward; a daughter, Mrs.
Kaddish and study-
ing of Mishnayes.
Joseph (Bernice) Stone; and four
• * *
HARRY FRIEDMAN, 13273 S. great-grandchildren.
Hebrew Civil
* * *
Norfolk, died March 11. Survived

WE REMRABER

71-1:rx 711 :N

Adar March

by his wife, Ida; three sons,
Charles H., Louis and Gerald; one
brother, 10 grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
* * *
GUS ALBERT GELMAN, 24608
Harden Circle, Southfield, died
March 13. Survived by his wife,
Ada; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Gelman; two daughters, Myrna
and Anita; and one sister.
* * *
LEONARD A. GOLDBERG,
18605 Sunset, Livonia, died March
14. He leaves his wife, Yvette; a
son, Keith; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Gold; one brother and
one sister.
* * *
JAN HOBAN, 19939 Sorrento,
died March 12. She leaves a son,
Russell; and two daughters, Mrs.
Edward (Tana) Gallob and Mrs.
Myron (Freeda) Ellis; and eight
grandchildren.

ANNA SHAFFER, 11501 Petos-
key, died March 13. Survived by
a son, Ben; four daughters, Mrs.
Ben (Sadie) Sklar, Mrs. Sam
(Anna) Kogan, ilIrs. Solly (Bessie)
Yaffe and Mrs. Yetta Saks; 11
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
* * *

SYLVIA SILVERSTEIN. 2745
Carter, died March 13. She leaves
her husband. Oscar; two sons, Nor-
man and Paul; one brother and six
grandchildren.

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In Memoriam Joseph Levy, 67

In memory of our beloved hus
Joseph Levy, owner of Levy
band and father Benny Isaacs, who Economy Furniture Co. in Royal
passed away March 17, 1962. Sadly Oak for 35 years, died Tuesday at
missed and always remembered by age 67.
his wife, children and grandchild.
Levy, 19935 Roslyn, was
born in New York and lived in
Detroit 50 years. He was a mem-
ber of Temple Israel, • Crescent
The Family of the Late
Shrine Club and the Shriners' High
12 Club, Detroit Lodge of Bnai
MAX E.
Brith, Perfection Lodge, F& AM,
CHARN ESS
and Royal Oak Kiwanis Club.
Acknowledges with grate-
He leaves his wife, Helen; a
ful appreciation the many
son, Ronald; a daughter, Paula;
kind expressions of sym-
his mother, Mrs. Rose Levy; a
pathy extended by rela-
brother, Dr. Marvin B.; and two
tives and friends during
sisters, Marian and Mrs. Senna
the family's re cent be-
Abelove.

reavement.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 18, 1966.-47

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