SHLOYME SHIDLOVSKI (b. March 11, 1914)
He was a journalist, born in Warsaw, who came from a Hassidic family. After WWII he was in refugee camps in Austria and Italy. He was active in Haḥaluts (The pioneer) and the Gordonia youth movement. From 1949 he was living in Israel. From 1932, he was contributing to Warsaw’s Unzer ekspres (Our express), Hayntike nayes (Today’s news), Varshever radyo (Warsaw radio), and the humor weekly Der blofer (The bluffer). He also wrote for the survivors’ press and later for the daily newspaper Letste nayes (Latest news) in Tel Aviv.