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July 22, 1966 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-22

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Ex-Nazis Get Life
Huge Merchant
Ships Are Named for Killing Jews
BONN (JTA)—Two former Nazi
•by ZIM Lines
officers were sentenced to life im-

Gymnastics Champs

Steve Cohen of Penn State who
won the NCAA all-around title
was runner-up in the same event
at the National AAU gymnastic
championships. Mark Cohn of
prisonment and five other former Temple placed second to Steve
SS functionaries to lesser prison
terms by a court in Stuttgart for
their roles in the slaughter of
Polish Jews during the Hitler era.
Receiving life sentences were
Hermann Muller, a 57-year-old
former SS major,. and Paul Rable,
60, a former captain. Muller was
found guilty of eight cases of di-
rect murder and complicity in
murder 11 more times. Rable was
found • guilty of eight crimes of
murder involving the death of 17
Jews.
Muller, a businessman before his
arrest, was accused by the prose-
cution of having sent thousands ,of
Jews to their death in gas cham
bers.
Three other defendants were
acquitted; one because the court
found he had abetted the murder
on orders and the others for
lack of evidence. The 10 de-
fendants had been acused of
murdering at least 30,000 Jews

The name ORON, a combination
of the Hebrew words for light and
might, has been selected for a
60,000-deadweight-ton bulk carrier
now building at the Maizuru Ship-
yard in Japan for the Zim Lines.
_ When completed later this year
she will be the biggest ship under
the Israel flag.
The name was chosen at a meet-
ing of the Zim Lines board of
directors in H a i f a. They also
selected the names TAMAR and
RIMON for two 7,000-deadweight-
ton combination general cargo and
citrus carriers under construction
for the • Zim Lines at Split, Yugo-
slavia.
TAMAR is Hebrew for the date
and RIMON is pomegranate, both
fruits common to Israel and fre-
quently mentioned in the Bible.
They perpetuate in the Zim fleet
the names of two smaller ships
built in Holland in 1951 which were
the first ocean-going vessels built
for Israel.
in Tarnopol in 1941-43. The trial
The flagship of Israel's mer- lasted nine months, and 128 wit-
chant marine will continue to be nesses, many from Eastern
the luxury cruise liner SHALOM, Europe, were heard.
which means peace, measures
The prosecution had asked life
25,300 gross tons and carries no imprisonment for two other de-
cargo.
fendants, both former SS sergeants,
Walter Lambor, 60, and Willi Her-
mann, 56. Both were given 10-year
sentences, Hermann for complicity
in the murder. of 2,770 persons.
Others sentenced to prison terms
were Gunter Winkler, 49, for 5
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Friday, July 22, 1966-71

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cohen in the all-around at the
NCAA, while Dan Millman of the
U. of California had three second
place finishers in the floor exer-
cise, the trampoline and long

horse. At the U.S.. Federation
Gymnastic championships Millman
won the free exercise, while Mike
Jacobson placed fifth in the all-

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MONTREAL (JTA) — Police
brutality was charged here by a
member of the Canadian Parlia-
ment against a Montreal policeman
accused of injuring a yeshiva stu-
dent as the climax of a series of
anti-Semitic attacks against stu-
dents and faculty members, includ-
ing rabbis, of the Hassidic Torah
Moshoi YeshiVa in this city.
Harry Blank, a member of Par-
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accosted some yeshiva students

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Was taken to a hospital, where 35
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into the charges against the
policeman, whose name is being
shielded for the time being by
police authorities. ..

A delegation of Jewish leaders
conferred with leading police auth-
orities here and said that, if no
firm action is taken by the police,
the Jews in the area would have
to form their own self-defense
corps. They said rabbis have often
been subjected to indignities in the
area, and students of the Yeshiva
have been attacked and threatened.
The delegation was led by two
members of the City Council, Fer-
nand Alie and Hyman Brock, and
by Paul Goldstein, executive vice
president of the Association of Sur-
vivors of Nazi Oppression.

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