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January 24, 1969 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-24

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6—Friday, January 24, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nathan Watches Ship Sail Off to Biafra With Aid

NEW YORK (JTA) — Abie Na-
than, Israel's peace pilot, was on
the docks in Brooklyn Jan. 14 when
the chartered Norweigan freighter
Forra, sailed with 900 tons of food
and medical supplies for Biafra
that he bad helped collect.
Nathan, a Tel Aviv restaurateur
who became an international figure
by virtue of his two private "peace
flights" to Egypt, has been in the
forefront of efforts to aid the starv-

ing, disease-ridden civilian popula-
tion of Biafra, the secessionist
eastern province of Nigeria. He
said a week-long food drive in New
York yieled 550 tons which were
loaded aboard the Forra despite
the current longshoremen's strike.
The ship, chartered after a fund
drive in the Netherlands headed by
Nathan, carried an additional 347
tons of foodstuffs and medicine
contributed by Israel, Britain and
Holland.

Pravda Takes Last Crack at President Johnson's Middle East Policy

LONDON (JTA) —In - a parting
blast at the departing administra-
tion of President Johnson, the
Communist Party newspaper Prav-
da said that it had failed to play
a constructive role in the Middle
East which, it said, was "fraught
with serious and growing dangers
in connection with the provocative
actions of Israel's rulers."
Pravda added that "history can

only say one thing—that the o -
g oing American administration
had not done what it could have
done to influence the ruling Israeli
classes and make them respect the
Nov. 22, 1967 resolution of the UN

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