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January 29, 1971 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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POiircerA - naieis Chief' Cinnmends
Hadassah for Services to Wounded

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January. 29, 1971-9

First Jewish Governor of Pennsylvania, Sworn In
HARRISBURG Pa. — Milton J tion. The benediction was given by

.

,

Shapp, 58-year-old industrialist,
recently was sworn in as the first
Jewish governor in Pennsylvania
history by State Supreme Court
Justice John C. Bell at the Capitol
Building here.
A crowd of 10,000 watched as
Shapp was given the oath of of-
fice, using a Jewish Publication
Society Bible.
It was the first time a Hebrew
Bible was used for the ceremony,
and the first time a rabbi deliv-
ered the invocation. He was Rabbi
Theodore H. Gordon, the gover-
nor's religious leader.
(In Annapolis, Md., Marvin
Mandel took the oath of office
Jan. 20 to begin the four-year
term he won in a landslide elec-

Robert B. Goinnlinski, of Fraser, former Amvets national
commander, with an Israeli girl soldier, during his visit to the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem.
• • •
JERUSALEM — Robert B. assah, which appears to be an ex-
Gomulinski, of 1711 Tremlett, cellent facility, providing for the
Fraser, was one of a group of medical and spiritual needs of the
six former national command- sick, and for those young men, un-
ers of veterans' organizations who fortunately wounded in combat."
visited the Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center here, Jan.
7.
The group consisted of Briga-
dier-General William Doyle
(American Legion); Judge Alfred
English (Disabled Americans Vet-
erans); Gomulinski (Amvets);
Col. Herbert Houston (Veterans of
World War _II); Timothy Murphy
(Veterans of Foreign Wars), and
Alfred Schwind (Catholic War Vet-
erans).
The veteran commanders spent
several hours at the Medical Cen-
ter, talking to wounded Israeli
soldiers in the wards and in the
special soldiers' lounge. They dis-
cussed the development of medi-
cal attention for the wounded with
members of the Hadassah staff,
and noted that numbers of lives
had been saved and-chances of re-
abilitation v a It 1 y improved
through the application of tech-
niques learned by the Americans
in the Vietnam war.
In Israel. the wounded are given
emergency treatment on the bat-
tlefield and then evacuated by heli-
copter to Hadassah, which has all
the sophisticated -facilities of a
modern medical complex. As a re-
sult, surgeons can operate within
40 minutes of a man being
wounded.
The veterans remarked on the
ieved among the wounded
high rate of rehabilitation
achieved among the wounded Is-
raelis who had been brought to
Hadassah during the Six-Day War
and in subsequent terrorist attacks
on the borders.
At the end of the tour, _Gomul-
inski commented:
"I was very impressed by Had:

Rabbi Israel M. Goldman of
Chizuk Avenue Congregation, the
governor's own rabbi.
(Mandel, the state's first Jewish
governor, broke a tradition of top
hats and cutaway tail coats by
wearing a business suit.)

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