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Samuel Heider

Survivor Sam Heider’s Bar Mitzvah at Beth Jacob was covered by ABC News.
Dayton

ABC World News covers surprise event  Sam Heider’s children told him they were hosting a Kiddush luncheon in honor of his 94th birthday after morning services at Beth Jacob Congregation on March 24. But Heider still couldn’t understand why so many people filled Beth Jacob’s main sanctuary on that Shabbat

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Resettlement after the Shoah, July 2010 For resettlement in Dayton after the Shoah By Samuel Heider Samuel Heider On Dec. 3, 1949, displaced persons Phyllis and Samuel Heider and their 2 1/2-year-old son arrived in Dayton on the assurances of the Dayton Jewish Community Council, now the Jewish Federation. From

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Dayton

By Samuel Heider, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer September 2009 My name is Samuel Heider. I was born in Poland in a small village by the name of Biljkow, 70 kilometers from Warsaw. I was the son of very religious Jewish farmers. My father, oleh hashalom, was a gerer

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