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May 04, 1973 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-04

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Taft Refutes Anti-Israel Attitudes of Two Fellow Senators

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Senator Robert Taft Jr. (R.
Ohio) says he "strongly" ad-
vises that those who fadvo-

ArtAs

April 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Shindler (Sherry
Klarin), I. 5 6 5 2 Jeanette,
Southfield, a son, Eric Aaron.
* * *
April 26—To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Krieger (Linda
Golden), 14620 Borgman, Oak
Park, a son, Todd Ryan.
• * *
April 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
Brian Einhorn (Irene Fred-
erick), 5373 Cambourne, W.
Bloomfield Twp., a daughter,
Erin Liza.
* *
April 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Gross (Myra Eder),
8365 Tamarack, Utica, a
daughter, Sarah Roseanne.
* *
Apr1 18—To Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen L. Keys (Mary Ro-
sin). 17256 Roseland, South-
field, a son, Joshua Alex-
ander.

cate a change or a hands-off
policy by the United States
towards the Middle East
"ought to take a look at the
realities of the situation as
they exist."
Openly rebuking Senators
James Abourezk (D.S.D.)
and Mark Hatfield (R.Ore.)
who had urged in Senate
speeches that the U.S. back
off from its support for Is-
rael, Taft suggested that they
meet Assistant Secretary of
State Joseph Sisco "and get
briefed on some of the devol-
opments which are occuring
in the Middle East situation."
Taft said that the United
States "has been exercising
great restraint in connection
with the delivery of arms."
The U.S. also should, he ad-
ded, "certainly work with the
other major nations which
have been supplying arms,
particularly to the Arab
countries, and specifically
jets to Lybia, which are now
reported being transferred to
Egypt, to try to accomplish
a scale-down of the likelihood

of major fighting breaking
out." Anyone who feels the
U.S. is not concerned" with
arms deliveries to the Mid-
dle East "simply does not
know what the facts are,"
Taft said.
Abourezk had said that the
U.S. take the lead in reduc-
ing both tensions and arms
shipments .in the Mideast,
while Hatfield contended that
any Mideast settlement
"must include Palestine."
They made these statements
when the United Nations

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