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Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

Bibliophile Feinberg
Was Whitman Expert

Recognized as an outstan-
ding authority on Walt Whit-
man and possessor of the
poet's most famous
manuscripts, one rated for $1
million having been assigned
for the Library of Congress,
Charles E. Feinberg had ac-
quired fame as an art expert
on a world scale. Born in
London, England, Mr.
Feinberg came to the U.S. in
1923. He died March 1 at age
89.
As a collector of art,
ceremonial objects and
literary manuscripts, he ac-
quired world fame and his
possessions matched the
leading libraries and
museums.
He has been honored
numerous times by the
Hebrew University of
Jeusalem, including a
testimonial last month in
Florida, and his interests em-
braced a score of universities
where he was honored for his
services to their libraries and
museums.
He was among the chief ac-
tivists of American Friends of
Hebrew University in behalf
of many of its needs.
In the last two decades he
became a major supporter
and advocate of the local
educational system of the
Berdichev Chabad movement
and he gave special attention
to its Camp Gan Israel.
Mr. Feinberg was manager
of the Regal Shoe Co. from
1923 to 1925; salesman and
manager of the Silent
Automatic Corp., former vice
president of the Argo Oil
Corp. and former president
and vice president of Speed-
way Petroleum Corp.
He received a L.H.D. degree
from Southern Illinois
University and since 1955
was a member of the board of
the Friends of the University
of Detroit Library, having
been president and vice presi-
dent. He was appointed by
the late Gov. G. Mennen
Williams as a member and
chairman of the Michigan
Historical Commission and
was a member of the National
Jewish Committee, the Boy
Scouts of America, the Na-
tional Committee on Jewish
Americana, B'nai B'rith, the
Jewish Historical Society,
Friends of Princeton Library,
the Bibliographic Society of
the University of Virginia,
the Bibliographic Society of
America, Huntington Library
and University of Kentucky.

Mr. Feinberg was a member
of the Syracuse Library
Association, the Manuscripts

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In Michigan, Mr. Feinberg
was a member of the Franklin
Hills Country Club.
Mr. Feinberg was an
honorary chairman of the
Lubavitch Foundation of
Michigan and a member of its
"chai" donors club. He endow-
ed the library at the Chabad
House in Ann Arbor and
establised portions of
libraries at other Chabad in-
stitutions in the state.
He is survived by his wife,
Lenore; a son, Bartley of Las
Vegas, Nev.; two daughters,
Judith M. Kuehne of London,
England, and Mrs. Susan
Ness of Jerusalem; two
brothers, Frank of Detroit
and Rubin Forbes of Hun-
tington Woods; a sister, Libby
Dwor of Port Colborne, Ont.;
and 12 grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

Dr. Allan Kline

Dr. Allan Kline, a past
president of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity, died Feb.
27 at age 70.
A resident of Tamarac, Fla.,
at the time of his death, Dr.
Kline was a member of Cong.
B'nai Moshe when he resided
in Detroit. He was a dentist
by trade.
Dr. Kline is survived by his
wife, Joanne; a son, Dr. Nor-
man of Coral Springs, Fla.;
two daughters, Mrs. Charles
(Ronna) Galin, Jr., and Mrs.
Mark (rIbrri) Caminker of
Tucson, Ariz.; a sister, Mrs.
Elsie Gunsberg of Tamarac;
and three grandchildren.

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