Ephraim Kaganovsky, noted Jewish novelist, died in Paris last Friday from a heart attack, according to information received today in New York. He was 65 years old. Born in Warsaw, he started his literary career at an early age and was the author of a number of novels. During World War II he lived as a refugee in the Soviet Union. Later he settled in Paris.
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