The Condition of Jacob Dinezon’s Health

Haynt (Today)

Thursday, August 28, 1919
Warsaw, Poland, p. 5
Translated from the Yiddish by
Mindy Liberman
What’s Happening in Warsaw?

The Condition of Jacob Dinezon’s Health

There has been no change in the condition of Jacob Dinezon’s health in the past twenty-four hours. The situation continues to remain very serious. Doctors N. Levin, S. Mintz, Lippuner, and Millaykovsky visit the patient several times a day. Yesterday, Mr. An-ski, the well-known author and friend of the patient, came from Otvosk to visit him.

Many writers, friends, and acquaintances visit the patient. On the orders of the doctors, however, the patient requires complete rest and fewer visits from strangers.

Haynt (Today)

Friday, August 29, 1919
Warsaw, Poland, p. 10
Translated from the Yiddish by
Mindy Liberman
What’s Happening in Warsaw?

The Condition of Jacob Dinezon’s Health

In the last twenty-four hours, the condition of the patient has worsened. He lay almost without a pulse all day yesterday, and was sustained through injections.

Writers and friends were on duty at the patient’s bedside.

Until late at night people did not stop inquiring at our editorial office about the condition of the esteemed author.

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