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July 15, 1966 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-15

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Friday, July 15, 1966-5
German Who Saved Jews From Nazis THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
at Risk to Own Life, Gets Israel Medal Order Threatens A rgentine Jewry

We Will Close
For Vacation
Monday, July 78
And Re-Open
Monday, July 25

NEW YORK (JTA) — A modest plied food to the Jewish hospital
(Continued from Page 1)
"The 150th anniversary unifies
and unique ceremony took place in that city during a severe food It was the first instance of a sen-
in
its fervor all citizens of the
at the Consulate General of Israel shortage. He also ordered his sub- ior official of the new regime
Republic without distinction of
here today when Eberhard Heim- ordinates to behave humanely to visiting a Jewish institution.
rich, a former major in the Ger- inmates at the labor camp at Hy-
Patricio Errecalte Pueriedon, origin, race or creed. The prin-

man occupation army in Poland,
now a New York resident, was
awarded the Medal for the Right-
eous, given to Gentiles who saved'
Jews during World War II. The
award was presented by Michael
Amon, the consul general.
Based on evidence gathered over
several years and presented to the
committee of the Martyrs and
Heroes Remembrance Authority in
i fsrael, the Yad Vashem — the
---`conclusion was reached that Heim-
rich worked extensively to save
Jews during the occupation of
Poland.

In 1941-44, he was director
of the economic department of
the Nazi occupation army in
Drohobicz in Galicia, Poland.

While directing agricultural work

In the area, he set up a labor
camp to save Jews. He also
helped the Drohobicz ghetto in-
habitants.

Survivors of the Nazi holocaust
have testified that Heimrich sup-

Truman Urges
Mid-East Amit7

(Continued from Page. 1)
Truman's message stressed two
themes: the urgent need in a nu-
clear-armed world of measures to
control the arms race and an equal
need for peace between Israel and
the Arab countries. In urging more
peaceful relations between the
Arab states and Israel, the former
President cited the history of re-
lations between the United States
and Mexico "in which we had many
bitter quarrels in the past."
He warned that a third World
War "could be unprecedented ca-
lamity, threatening the very exis-
tence of the human race on the
surface of the earth." He said that
the existence throughout the world
of an ever-growing arsenal of mis-
siles with nuclear warheads cap-
able of mass destruction made it
evident that there was no other
means to ensure the world's sur-
vival than by halting the nuclear
arms race. In view of this "terrific
situation," he declared, there was
no logical reason why any govern-
ment should refuse to reach under-
standing with its neighbors.
Meanwhile, a group of Hebrew
University students proposed
establishment of an Arab-Jewish
academic center on Mount Scopus
to deal with problems of the
Middle East.
They suggested that lectures be

given by Arab and Israeli experts

in Arabic and Hebrew on issues
affecting the two sides. The stu-

-

rawka, which was under his sup-
ervision.
He gave help to individuals in
many cases, transported Jewish
children to hiding places in his of-
ficial car and even hid them in his
house.
He also saved the lives of Jew-
ish girls by offering them jobs
with his friends in Germany, where
they passed - as "Aryan" house-
maids with forged certificates.

Even during the days of the
big German military victories
and while the holocaust was at
its peak, Heimrich displayed
liking and respect toward Jews,
encouraging them by word and
deed. He eventually married a
Jewish girl whose life he had
saved.

Survivors related he always act-
ed for reasons of humanity and
not for reward. In several cases,
he paid for food, clothing and
transport for survivors he managed
to smuggle to safe hiding places.
It was established that he carried
out these activities at great per-
sonal danger. Had they been known
to the Gestapo, his fate would have
been set.
The committee citing the Right-
eous, headed by Supreme Court
Justice Moshe Landau — who pre-
sided at the Eichman trial — has
decided to award to Heimrich, in
the light of th.e above, a medal
struck by Nathan Karp, an Israel
artist.
The medal's design illustrates
the Talmudic teaching: 'He who
saves a single soul, it is as though
he had saved the entire world."-

World ORT Union Acts
on Budget Problems

GENEVA (JTA)—An extraordin-
ary appeal to member groups of
the World ORT Union for aid to
help meet a budgetary crisis
threatening the extensive ORT vo-
cational training network of
schools in Israel has received a
favorable response, a two - day
meeting of the executive commit-
tee of the organization was told
here.
Members of the executive corn-
mittee, from 30 countries, studied
ORT's role and perspectives in 21
countries of operation in the light
of the major Jewish demographic
shifts of recent years.
The sessions were led by
Daniel Mayer, chairman of the
World ORT Union, and Dr. William
Haber, dean of the University of
Michigan, who is president of the
ORT central board.

Delegates took part in gradua-
tion ceremonies at the Central

Aents said they intended to bring
ORT Institute for instructors and
their proposal to the attention of
technicians, including the first
'world student organizations and to
group of teachers for technical
Noyes.
schools in Guinea and Mali.
Mount Scopus is an Israeli en-
The schools are operated by ORT
clave in Jerusalem under control under a technical assistance
of the Jordanian government. Is-
agreement with the United States
rael regularly sends a convoy to government.
the abandoned Hadassah Hospital
The meeting declared Oct. 16,
and Hebrew University on Mount
the
10th anniversary of the death
Scopus, under the Israel-Jordan
of Dr. Aron Syngalowski, a founder
armistice agreement.
and longtime leader of the World
ORT Union, as Syngalowski Day.
The anniversary will be observed
in ORT schools and organizations
throughout the world.

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$300,000,000 in Bonds
Redeemed by Israel

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Israel has al-
ready redeemed $300,000,000 worth
of matured Israel bonds, Israeli Fi-
nance Minister Pinhas Sapir de-
clared Tuesday. He spoke at a
meeting of regional directors of
the Israel Bond organization and
the development fund of the
United States. •
Citing current figures on bond
sales, the finance minister ex-
pressed the hope that this year's
bond sales would top the $100,000,-
000 mark.

ciples which guided the Father-
land's birth always protected the
essential dignity of the human con-
dition, protecting it from individual
mistreatment which, at the same
time, would have undermined the
nation's unity."

secretary of the anti-Semitic na-
tionalist Tacuara movement, which
was banned under the prior Illia
government, was received Monday
by the new regime's interior min-
ister, Enrique Martinez Paz.
After the meeting, the extremist
leader declared that "the national
revolution has begun founded on
the debris of the liberal system"
and declared that this organiza-
tion was firmly supporting the
new government's decision to ban
all political parties. The Tacuara
group, he said, supports without
reserve the patriotic movement
presided over by Gen. Ongania."
In a special statement issued
Saturday, on the occasion of the
150th anniversary of Argentine in-

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