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September 09, 1988 - Image 239

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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19800 WOODWARD AVE.

Woods and Mrs. Laurence
(Deborah) Campagne of
Detroit; three sisters, Mrs.
Sylvia Kaplan, Mrs. Charles
(Nellie) Wall and Gloria
Rosenbaum, all of Toronto,
Ont.; and 14 grandchildren.
Interment Detroit.

JENNIE RUBACH, 88,
died Sept. 1. She leaves a son,
Stanford; three daughters,
Mrs. Marvin (Charlotte)
DeRoven, Mrs. Edward
(Elaine) Klein of Chappaqua,
N.Y., and Mrs. Irene
Anbender; a sister, Betty
Brodkin of Los Angeles,
Calif.; eight grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.

FRANCES SACHS, 78, died
Sept. 2. She leaves her hus-
band, Irving; two sons, Mar-
vin of Indianapolis, Ind., and
Thomas; two brothers, Albert
Kaufman of Boca Raton, Fla.,
and Samuel Kaufman of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; a sister, Mrs.
Sidney (Marion) Marx of
North Hollywood, Calif.; and
four grandchildren.

JACK H. SEGAL, 72, former
Detroit and Southfield resi-
dent of Denver, Colo., died
Sept. 5. Survived by his wife,
Madeline; a son, David Mar-
shall of Denver; seven sisters,
two brothers and nieces and
nephews. Interment Denver.

GLORIA STERN, 60, died
Sept. 4. She leaves a brother,
Dr. Seymour of Flint; a sister,
Mrs. Gerald (Shiela)
Benjamin.

Evelyn August

Evelyn B. August, a foun-
ding member of the Sinai
Hospital Guild, died Aug. 31
at age 85.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mrs.
August lived 64 years in
Detroit. She was a life
member of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek, Franklin
Hills Country Club, National
Council of Jewish Women,
Hadassah, United Jewish Ap-
peal, Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens, Women's
American ORT and Brandeis
University National Women's
Committee.
She leaves a son, Martin B.
of Los Angeles; a daughter,
Mrs. Coleman (Shirley) Mop-
per; and four grandchildren.

Couple Dies

Joseph, 84, and Bessie
"Bee" Dunn, 77, died last
week within hours of each
other.
Mr. Dunn was born in
Detroit. He was co-founder
and co-owner of Majestic
News at the corner of Wood-

ward and Michigan for more
than 50 years. He retired in
1973. He also was a real
estate developer who built
and owned the Dryden Court
Apts. on Rochester in Detroit.
He was a member of Masonic
Lodge of the Masons.
Mrs. Dunn was born in
Toronto, Ont. She was a
member of Zedakah Club and
B'nai B'rith Women.
The Dunns leave two sons,
Stephen and Andrew. Mr.
Dunn also leaves a brother,
Jack of Sherman Oaks, Calif.;
and a sister, Mrs. Arthur
(Nettye) Buchalter.

Bernard Fieger

Bernard Julian Fieger, an
attorney and senior partner
in the law firm of Fieger and
Fieger, died Sept. 3 at age 66.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y, Mr.
Fieger was graduated from
Harvard Law School in 1948.
He came to Detroit in 1950.
Shortly after his arrival in
Detroit, he founded Oberer,
Lee and Fieger, the second in-
terracial law firm in the city.
Mr. Fieger was secretary-
treasurer of the National
Lawyers Guild, and in the
civil rights movement he
represented black defendants
in Mississippi. From 1964 to
1981, Mr. Fieger was general
counsel of the Michigan
Federation of Teachers. A
specialist in labor law, he
served as arbitrator in hun-
dreds of labor disputes.
He leaves his wife, June;
two sons, Geoffrey and
Douglas; a daughter, Beth;
and a brother, Gary.

Lin Yaldati,
Yiddish Singer

Amsterdam (JTA) — Lin
Yaldati, an Amsterdam-born
singer of Yiddish songs, died
in East Berlin at age 76.
She and her husband, the
German conductor Eberhard
Rebling, were couriers for the
Dutch Resistance, and also
gave illegal concerts of Yid-
dish and anti-Nazi music. Ms.
Yaldati was in Bergen-Belsen
wih Anne and Margot Frank
and claimed to have helped
bury the girls.
Ms. Yaldati and her family
performed her Yiddish reper-
toire in East Germany and
Wetern Europe. The entire
family gave a concert tourof
the American northeast in
November 1986 as guests of
the Ann Frank Center of New
York. The couple recorded
several Yiddish record
albums and compiled a Yid-
dish songbook, Es Brent,
Brider, Es Brent (It's Burning,
Brother, It's Burning).

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WE REMEMBER

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During the coming week Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will observe the Yahrzeits of the
following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

MINNIE DINKIN
EVA GLASER
ABRAHAM LIBOWSKY
JACOB MIGDAL
IDA NOSANCHUK
JESSIE NOVITZ
HARRY SHULMAN
MEYER HARRY SUROWITZ
SAUL TARNOPOL
RABBI M. ZAGER

TILLIE BERLIN
YERUCHIM BERLIN
BROCHO BURKOW
FAYGA BURKOW
NOCHUM BURKOW
MORRIS EIZEN
TILLIE FELDMAN
ISAAC KAMMERMAN
SAMUEL PEARLSTEIN
SARAH RUBINSTEIN
SOLOMON SIDDER
ABRAHAM Z. TUGMAN
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MARY GREENBAUM
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AARON NOSANCHUK
GILBERT PARKER
ROSE SPEYER
MOLLIE TATELBAUM
DANIEL TEMCHIN
JOSEPH SAMUEL BERLIN
ISADORE COHEN
IRVING EISENMAN
MARTIN GOLDSMITH
BENJAMIN GOLDSTEIN
JOSEPH GUTERMAN
ISADORE LEVINE
ABE SITORSKY
ANNE WEISSWASSER
ISAAK HESS
FANNY SILBER
LEAH STERN
RIVA ABRAMOVITZ
BELLA BOESKY
ABRAHAM CHAIKIN
AARON /CANTOR
HAROLD M. LEVITSKY
SAMUEL MANDELSOHN
SARAH ORECHKIN
MAX POTOK
JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN
SAMUEL J. WIENER
NORMAN BAILEY
SHANA GOLDSMITH
ABRAHAM GROSSMAN
JACOB HALPERN
HARRY KAROL
MORITZ MARX
FRANK MOSS

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