THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, September 14; 1984 95 -
SAMUEL BEAN, 74, of Oak
Park, died Sept. 11. Survived by
his wife, Gertrude; two sons,
Allen of Chicago, Ill., and David;
three brothers, Irving, Dr. Oscar
and Harry of San Marcos, Calif.; a
sister, Mrs. Avery (Sylvia) Clar-
LEO FIELDS, 72, former De-
troiter of Beverly Hills, Calif.,
died Sept. 4. Survived by his wife,
Betty; two sons, Bernard of South-
field and William of Honolulu,
Hawaii; two daughters, Jackie of
Tarzana, Calif., and Susan of
Manchester, N.J.; a brother,
Nathan of Oak Park; and ten
grandchildren. Interment Los
HARRY FISHER, 80, of Far-
mington Hills, died Sept. 6. Sur-
vived by three brothers, Sam, Ar-
thur and Leo I.; three sisters, Mrs.
Rae Gilroy, Mrs. Millie Graff and
Mrs. John (Edith) Tarnowski;
nieces, nephews, great-nieces and
MICHAEL (MIKI) FLEISCH-
MANN, 62, of Kibbutz Lehavot
Haviva, Israel, died Sept. 9. Sur-
vived by his wife, Bella; three
sons, Yosef of Southfield, Yoram
and Ehran of Israel. Interment Is-
Downey, Calif., and Debra Susan;
a brother, Sam Pierce; four sis-
ters, Mrs. Frances Eisenberg of
Lincolnwood, Ill., Mrs. Samuel
(Ida) Birnbaum of Willowdale,
Ont., Canada, Mrs. John (Molly)
Steele and Shirley Pierce of
SAM KESSLER, 78, died Sept.
10. He leaves his wife, Pauline;
two sons, Dr. Leonard of Highland
Park, Ill., and Arnold of Berkley,
Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Mark
(Shelley) Gerzon of Boston, Mass.;
and eight grandchildren. Services
10 a.m. today at Ira Kaufman
BERTHA MUST, 77, died Sept.
10. She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Alvin (Lois) Bez; a sister, Mrs.
Daniel (Gertrude) Epstein of Las
Vegas, Nev.; six grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
ANNA MELLINOFF, 86, died
Sept. 6. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Solomon (Lucille) Kroll; a
sister, Mrs. Jennie Cohl; nieces
MARY MUROFF, 57, of South-
field, died Sept. 5. Survived by her
husband, William; two daughters,
Mrs. Robert (Robin) Rubalcava of
Fannie Zumberg Kay dies at 85
Fannie Zumberg Kay, former
secretary of the Yiddish Folks Fa-
rein, died Sept. 7 at age 85.
Born in Russia, Mrs. Kay lived
82 years in the U.S., 50 of them in
Detroit. She was the past noble
grand of the Rebecca group of the
Odd Fellows and financial secre-
tary of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Hebrew Benevolent Society.
She is survived by two sons,
Morton and Nathan; four daugh-
ters, Mrs. Louis (Esther) Gerofsky
of London, Ont., Canada, Mrs.
Lester (Shirley) Fried Taubman,
Mrs. Harold (Natalie) Greenwald
Golden and Mrs. Effron (Minnie)
Adelson; three brothers, Albert
Becker of Milwaukee, Wis., Mor-
ris Becker of Tucson, Ariz., and
Sam Becker of New York City;
three sisters, Mrs.-Sylvia Blanks-
tein of Glendale, Wis., Mrs. Max
(Sarah) Glazer of Wisconsin, Mrs.
Pearl Cohen of Chicago, Ill.; 12
grandchildren and 15 great-
Builder Marvin Canvasser dies
Marvin A. Canvasser, a partner
in the firm of Canvasser Brothers
Building and Investments, died
Sept. 6 at age 62.
Born in DetroitNr. Canvasser
also was an attorney, builder and
engineer. He was graduated with
honors from the University of
Michigan. He also was graduated
from the Detroit College of Law in
1972. He was a member of the
Engineering Society of Detroit,
Temple Beth El, Temple Israel
and Delta Theta Phi.
He leaves his wife, Martha;
children, Alan, James, Mrs.
Michael (Judy) Redmond, Mrs.
Scott (Charlene) Brooks, Mark
Zausmer, Mrs. Bruce (Jan) Kar-
bal and Nancy Zausmer, his
mother, Mrs. Charles (Ada) Can-
vasser; three brothers, Donald,
Robert and Byron; and four
Joseph Miller, had roofing firm
Joseph Miller, founder and
owner of Miller Roofing Co. of De-
troit, died Sept. 6 at age 73.
Born in Russia, Mr. Miller
founded his company in 1942. He
has retired, but his company con-
tinues to operate.
Prior to founding his roofing
company, he was in the grocery
business and owned Miller's Deli-
He was a member of Temple Is-
rael, Oakland Century Lodge of
B'nai B'rith and was a boating
He leaves his wife, Goldie; a
son, Melvin; two daughters, Mrs.
Roy (Jacqueline) Woolf and Mrs.
Jerrold (DeDe) Weinberg; a
brother, Harry; a sister, Mrs. Abe
(Rebecca) Green; eight
grandchildren and one great-
Accountant Leon Greenblatt dies
Leon Greenblatt, an accountant
for the state of Michigan, died
Sept 7 at age 78.
Born in New York, Mr.
Greenblatt was the president of
the Michigan State Employees
Retirement Association of South-
eastern Michigan at the time of
He leaves his wife, Mabelle;
three sisters, Mrs. Abraham
(Esther) Kuhn of Chicago, Ill.,
Mrs. Stanford (Lillian) Kovarsky
of Morton Grove, Ill., and Mrs.
Jack (Ann) Mann.
JULIANA REIN, 94, of South-
field, died Sept. 11. Survived by
two sons, Zev Ran and Yacov Ran,
both of Israel; two daughters, Mrs.
Pearl Ferencz and Mrs. Sandor
(Elizabeth) Weiss; 14
grandchildren and 29 great-
LOUIS ABRAHAM RIGER, 87,
of Southfield, died Sept. 7. Sur-
vived by his wife, Sophie; two
sons, Sidney and Colman; a
daughter, Mrs. Norman (Roslyn)
Baron of West Coviha, Calif.;
eight grandchildren and four
FAY ROSENBERG, 70, of Fair
Lawn, N.J., died Aug. 30. Sur-
vived by two sons, Joshua of Fair
Lawn and Lewis of Hackensack,
N.J.; a daughter, Mrs. Robert
(Elayne) Galin of Birmingham;
two brothers, Sam Uris of Lake
Worth, Fla., and Martin Uris of
Spring Valley, N.Y.; a sister,
Miriam Kaufman of Bayside,
N.Y.; two grandsons and two
granddaughters. Interment New
CELIA SCHECHTER, 88, of
Southfield, died Sept. 6. Survived
by a daughter, Mrs. Martha Gor-
don; four grandchildren and four
JEAN SLABECK, 64, former
Detroiter of North Miami Beach,
Sidney A. Deitch
19800 WOODWARD AVE.
Betw. 7 and 8 Mile Roads
14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.
Over 60 Years In Same Location!
399-2711 Eve. 626-0330
mAN Ira Kaufman
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rial Prayers, recita-
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Studying of Mis-
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ANNETTE WEINSTEIN, 75,
died Sept. 7. She leaves her hus-
band, Paul; a son, Allen; a
brother, Dr. Albert Shulman; and
MARY SAMUELS, 71, died
Sept. 8. She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Irving (Barbara) Nusbaum
and Mrs. Harold (Geraldine) Kalt;
and five grandchildren.
Fla., died Sept. 11. Survived by
her husband, David; a son, Ber-
nard of San Francisco, Calif.; and
a daughter, Fran of Miami Lakes,
Alan H. Dorfman
Funeral Director & Mgr.
DORA ESTHER GREEN
IRVING S. KAUFMAN
REV. LESTER KING"
YAAKOV HIRSH B'R ISROEL
ESTHER R. CARMEN
PETER S. GOLDSTEIN
15751 W. Lincoln Dr.