When the true artist came
with a great name from Russia: Zilberman, Heine, Karp,
Wachtel, Borodkin, Latayner, Sara Adler, Madam Zilberman,
they drove away the Golubock brothers from the stage.
The Golubock brothers tried
to play in several productions in the Concordia Theatre.
This was a great, long beer
salon of Fornt, and behind it there was found a hall
with a small stage.
Their productions were
weakly visited, and so they had struggled with their
fate for several months until they had to consider the
struggle and began to look for other [sources of]
Given that they were
cigarette makers in Odessa, they turned back to their
old livelihood, they both had worked with cigarettes in
Jacob's cigarette factory."
Later they worked in a shirt
factory, together with Israel Barsky. Thomashefsky moved
them to reject the work and to play theatre in Chicago.
There G.'s stage career ended: he came back to New York,
became a politician, a translator in a Brooklyn court,
and at the same time a successful insurance agent.
On 30 August 1921 G. passed
away in New York and came to his eternal rest at
B. Gorin -- "History
of Yiddish Theatre," Vol. II, pp. 15, 16, 24.
Boris Thomashefsky --
"Thomashevsky's teater shriftn," pp. 9, 13, 22.
Shpilt mit erflog un
zaynen avek fun teater, "Forward," 18 August 1923.