RUKHAME-ELKE YAFIN-KATS (ANNIE N. JAFFIN-KATZ) (d. December 1, 1966)
She came to the United States when quite young. She was a rabbi’s wife and was active in “Hapoel hamizrachi” (Mizrachi labor). From time to time, she wrote articles for party publications and poems in Der amerikaner (The American) in New York. In book form: Gezamelte shriftn, lider un opshatsungen (Collected writings, poems and reviews) (New York, 1968), 92 pp. in Yiddish, 108 pp. in English. She died in New York and was buried in Jerusalem.
Source: B. Ts. Goldberg, in Tog-morgn-zhurnal (New York) (October 13, 1969).
 Translator’s note. According to WorldCat, the book carried the more poetic English title: Leaves from a Musing Heart: Poems and Occasional Pieces. (JAF)
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