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House Proceeding on May 22nd, 2008 :: 0:02:55 to 0:04:32
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Anthony D. Weiner

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Speech By: Anthony D. Weiner

Anthony D. Weiner

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Anthony D. Weiner: for the reason she died. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentlelady from ohio rise? ms. sh mid-: to address the house for

Jean Schmidt

0:02:55 to 0:03:08( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. ms. schmidt: i'd like to rise in support to israel and pay tribute to a man who enjoyed israel and the united states. t marvin belkin

Jean Schmidt

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Speech By: Jean Schmidt

Jean Schmidt

0:03:08 to 0:03:20( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: enlisted in the u.s. army at the age of 18 to fight in world war ii. and by the age of 19 he was a bomber captain. ultimately, he flew 51 combat missions over the south pacific until his plane

Jean Schmidt

0:03:20 to 0:03:32( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: was shot down on new year's day, 1945, when he was subsequently taken prisoner. he was a prisoner of war until august of 1945 when the hostilities with japan ended. in 1947, marvin answered

Jean Schmidt

0:03:32 to 0:03:44( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: the call again and volunteered to travel to palestine to help support the formation of the state of israel. in palestine, marvin worked to establish the ground school of the israeli air force.

Jean Schmidt

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Jean Schmidt: he remained in israel through the war of independence, playing an active role in training the new israeli air force pilots. upon returning to the united states in 1949, marvin was again

Jean Schmidt

0:03:56 to 0:04:08( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: called back into military service as an instructor during the korean war. marvin belkin's commitment to israel and the united states is symbolic of the relationship we share with the two nations.

Jean Schmidt

0:04:08 to 0:04:20( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: without it we may not be here to celebrate israel's independence. to all the citizens of israel, i wish you a great happy birthday. i look forward to the continued growth and strengthening of our

Jean Schmidt

0:04:20 to 0:04:32( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: relationship with you, our ally and our friend. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back her time. for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana rise? >> permission to address

Joe Donnelly

0:04:32 to 0:04:46( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Donnelly: the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. >> madam speaker, i rise to honor the life of bob racklin. his family service to south o bend are unparalleled.

Joe Donnelly

0:04:32 to 0:05:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joe Donnelly

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