KHAVE LEVKOVITSH (b. 1919)
She was born in Skyernyevits (Skierniewice), near Lodz, Poland, into a working family. She graduated from a public school and went on to become a laborer. She was a member of the Lodz committee of the youth Bund, “Tsukunft” (Future). She spent the years of WWII in Russia, and thereafter, until 1948, she lived in Lodz and from 1948 in the state of Israel. She published reportage pieces and short articles in Yugnt-veker (Youth alarm) in Warsaw (1936). She contributed to Letste nayes (Latest news) in Tel Aviv, for which she ran the section “Froy un heym” (Woman and home). She was married to the writer A. V. Yasni.
Source: Meylekh Ravitsh, Mayn leksikon (My lexicon), vol. 3 (Montreal, 1958), pp. 197, 479.
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