LEYB PRIBULSKI (1884-May 12, 1933)
He was born in Pinsk, Byelorussia. He completed his studies to be a doctor at the Universities of Kiev and Berlin. He studied music at the Berlin Conservatory. In 1910 he settled in Lodz and practiced medicine there. He was active in Jewish cultural life, and as a conductor and art critic. Over the years 1914-1918, he served in the Russian army on the front, and later until his death he again lived in Lodz. He was a contributor to Lodzher tsageblat (Lodz daily newspaper), in which aside from a series of reportage pieces from the war, he also published “medical chats” and regularly reviewed music. He also wrote for Hatsfira (The siren) in Warsaw. He died in Lodz.
Sources: Biblyografishe yorbikher fun yivo (Bibliographic yearbooks from YIVO) (Warsaw, 1928), see index; obituary notices in the Yiddish press in Lodz and Warsaw; Khayim Leyb Fuks, in Fun noentn over (New York) 3 (1957), see index.
Khayim Leyb Fuks