THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16—Friday, August 9, 1968
srael's 'Peace Pilot'
Fly Aid to Biafra -
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Abie Nathan,
Israel's self-styled peace pilot who
has now involved himself with the
oroblem of aid to starving Biaf-
rans, returned here Monday from
a brief visit to the breakaway re-
gion of Nigeria. He said he went
there as "second pilot" on one of
the night airlift planes from Lis-
Nathan said he would soon re-
turn to Biafra but said he would
do so in a plane of his own which
he intended to fly during daylight
hours to the besieged region. He
said the plane, which he declared
he bought in Venice, had been
painted white. He said he would
go to Venice and fly from there to
Biafra, accompanied by a number
of Catholic priests.
Meanwhile, Grand Rabbi Jacob
Kaplan of France appealed to
French Jewry Wednesday to aid
the Biafrans because "We Jews
have been the victims of genocide
and understand human suffering."
directing the glorious
Sept. 22—Oct. 2
Rabbi Seymour Freedman
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Prolonged Debate Over Abe Fortas Is Predicted in Senate in September
A U.S. Senate rule which calls
for return of Presidential nomina-
tions to the President if the action
on the nomination is interrupted
by a recess was suspended in the
Fortas-Thornberry instances by
unanimous action last Friday.
But Republican minority leaders
took occasion to emphasize that
this action did not indicate an ex-
pression regarding confirmation.
Action on the nomination of Abe
Fortas as Chief Justice therefore
will be resumed by the Senate
after the national political conven-
Mr. Justice Fortas, in an ad-
dress at a dinner of American
College of Trial Lawyers, in
Philadelphia, Saturday night,
said that the democratic institu-
tions of this country were being
threatened by "some of the pro-
fessed friends of law and order"
as well as by the forces of law-
lessness. His remarks, were be-
lieved to be a response" to South-
ern Senators who quizzed - him
endlessly at Senate judiciary
committee hearings recently.
Fortas emphasized the need for
an independent judiciary and said
that the American law system's
independence could not survive if
Justices were "called to account
in any other place !'or their vote or
Undoubtedly concerned about
the charge that anti-Semitism play-
ed a role in the onposition to the
nomination of Fortas to the chief
justiceship. U. S. Senator Robert
Griffin of Michip-pn referred to the
statement he made in response
to a question after his address
before the National Press Club
in Washington. in which he reiter-
ated that he would have supported
the nomination of Arthur Goldberg
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because such a nomination would
have meant continuation in office
of a man who was only temporarily
retired. This argument was refut-
ed earlier as being illogical be-
cause in Fortas' instance it also
would have meant retention in the
highest court of a man already
serving there who is merely being
elevated to a higher post.
At a news conference Wednes-
day at the American Bar Asso-
ciation Convention in Phila-
delphia,. Arthur J. Goldberg sup-
ported the nomination of Abe
Fortas as chief justice of the
United States, referring to
Fortas as a "distinguished law-
Goldberg, former Supreme Court nomination is foreseen in the Sen-
associate justice and United Na- ate sometime in September.
tions ambassador, labeled as "ir-
relevant" the fact that Fortas is
Jewish, saying he does not believe
anti-Semitism enters the picture.
Goldberg also rejected the idea
that Fortas should be blamed for
his close friendship and contact
with President Johnson.
"Nothing that has been disclosed
has indicated in any way that he
lacks the qualification and tem-
perament to be a great chief jus-
tice, and as a citizen of the United
States I would hope and trust that
the appointment will be confirmed
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by the Senate," Goldberg added.
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A prolfmged debate over Fortas'
Australian Zionist's Memoirs
But in the main there was a
A noted Australian Zionist, Max
Freilich, who was honored at the response, and the leadership of
last World Zionist Congress on his men like Freilich helped overcome
75th birthday, h a s compiled obstacles.
reminiscences in a volume, "Zion
in Our Time," published by Bloch. .Because of his pioneering labors,
While this is primarily a set of Freilich's memoirs, notably illu-
memoirs about Zionist activities in strated, serve an important pur-
Australia and New Zealand, this pose in Zionist historical litera-
work has merit as an elaboration ture.
on Zionist endeavors generally.
Many Americans featured in the
interpretation of the ideal and the
assistance of noted Christians also
Only women's reducing
resort in the midwest
is credited by the eminent Zionist.
As everywhere else, there were
Jewish anti-Zionists who hindered
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Isaac Isaacs, the Australian chief
justice, and others.
Friends of Histadrut Hear
How to Reach Youth
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to The Jewish News)
TEL AVIV — The Friends of
Histadrut, a worldwide movement
of supporters of Israel's national
labor federation, were told here
Tuesday how they could contri=
bute of one of Histadrut's basic
aims — the creation of stronger
bonds between Israel and Jewish
Aharon Becker, secretary gener-
al of Histadrut, told the organizing
committee of the Friends of Hista-
drut movement that there are four
things that could he done in co-
operation with Histadrut. One, he
said, was to bring members of
their movement to seminars in
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