SHMUEL ZABLUDOVSKI (ca. 1898-July 1, 1971)
He was born in Bialystok, the son of Khayim-Tsvi Zabludovski. In 1933 he immigrated to Mexico City where he graduated from dental school. He was a teacher in the Y. L. Perets School. He began writing poetry and skits for newspapers in Bialystok and Vilna, later publishing many articles in Di shtime (The voice) in Mexico City. In book form: Tsen kinder-forshtelungen (Ten children’s perfomances), with Velye Zabludovski (Mexico City: Perets-shul, 1972), 140 pp. He prepared for publication: Khurbn sukhovalye (The destruction of Suchowola) by Symcha Lazar (Mexico City, 1947). He died in Mexico City.
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), cols. 253-54.