Her parents were the Yiddish
actors Khana Levin-Sandler and Chaim Sandler.
S. when very young began to
act in Yiddish theatre. She was a beautiful, effectual,
young girl, tall and slim. At a time she had acted with her
parents in Warsaw, when they guest-starred in Riga and a
long time also in Yiddish theatre in London, England,
also in Africa.
In 1942 she married in the
ghetto a young actor and singer I. Salva, who like with
the first "action" fell among the destruction and
evacuation to Treblinka in the death camp. According to
Jonas Turkow, he had later considered, had Salva
conferred(?) grace at the Treblinka tlinim, and
she had left him there alive too briefly for the
insurgency. He sang for the Jewish assassins in their
S. later had, in the Warsaw
ghetto, acted with her father in his "New Azazel"
Theatre, and afterwards, worked in the "shop" in what
the theatre was transformed into. She, together with her
father and mother, were kept in a bunker, but after that
as the Germans had let in the gas, she, as the others,
were forced to creep out from there, and she was then
tragically killed by the German coal.
Jonas Turkow -- "Extinguished
Stars," Buenos Aires, 1953, Vol. 1, pp. 284-88.