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May 24, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-24

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Friday, May 24, 1968-29

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Griffin's Arms Conference Bill
Co-Sponsored by Nine Senators;
Says Israel Need Have No Fear

U.S. Senator Robert P. Griffin's
resolution seeking' an international
arms conference to negotiate a
non-proliferation treaty on conven-
tional weapons for the Middle East
was co-sponsored by nine other
Senators, including Philip A. Hart
(D) of Michigan. The other co-
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(R-Wyo); Edward V. Long (D-Mo);
Thruston B. Morton (R-Ky);
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ston L. Prouty (R-Vt).
Introducing the resolution on
Tuesday, Senator Griffin (R) called
the United Nations a "logical and
most suitable instrument" to mo-
bilize world opinion behind a new
approach to de-escalate the arms
race.
He declared: "By including
both supplier and receiver na-
tions at the conference table,
the fears of a U.S.-Soviet deal
at the expense of Israel and the
other nations would be removed."
Griffin's resolution requests the
President to "take all necessary
measures" through the United
Nations to call a conference of
nations which supply weapons to
the Middle East as well as those
nations which •'eceive them.
Purpose of the conference
would be to write a treaty to
control and limit the supply of
conventional weapons and other
military assistance to Middle
Eastern nations.
Such an arms limitation agree-
ment would be patterned after the
recently concluded nuclear non-
proliferation treaty, under which
the nuclear "have" nations agree
not to sell nuclear weapons and
the "have not" nations agree not
to buy or manufacture them.
"This concept can be applied to
non nuclear weapons as well,"
Griffin said in remarks in the
Senate when he presented the res-
olution.
"While the basic political prvb-
lems in the. Middle East still ap-
pear insoluble, it is possible that
all parties involved in the arms
race could find mutual advan-
tages in a treaty limiting the flow
of conventional weapons," he said.
"It is imperative that some
means be found to bring the Middle
East arms race under control.
"But any agreement must ensure
the security of all Middle Eastern
countries."
Griffin noted that previous reso-
lutions and government statements
have underscored the need to con-
tain the arms race but have not
spelled out "a workable, sensible
procedure to get substantive dis-
cussions under way."
"The time has come to advance
beyond good intentions and to
launch a plan of action," he said.

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