87 Republican Candidates, 168 Democrats Oppose U.S. Arms to Arabs
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87 Republican Candidates, 168 Democrats Oppose U.S. Arms to Arabs

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More than 255 Congressional candidates have now issued statements opposing American military aid to the Arab countries until they reach a peace settlement with Israel, it was revealed here today by the American Zionist Committee for Public Affairs. The Committee made known that those who have taken a pro-Israel stand represent a bi-partisan group with 87 Republicans and 168 Democrats are represented.

The total includes candidates representing 35 states and 18 candidates for the Senate. The additional names listed today include:

D. R. Matthews, D., and Bob Sikes, D., Florida; Barratt O’Hara, D., William E. McVey, R., Thomas J.C. O’Brien, D., Thomas S. Gordon, D., Charles A. Boyle, D., Paul H. Douglas, D., Sidney E. Yates, D., and Richard Plum, D., Illinois; Keith Neville, D., Carl T. Curtis, B., James F. Green, D., and James A. Hart, D., Nebraska; Thomas J. Dodd, D., Henry Pierce, D., Edward R. Fay, D,, David Brady, D., Joseph P. Lyford, D,, Wallace Barnes, R., Horace Seeley-Brown, Jr., R., Albert P. Morano, R., James T. Patterson, R., and Antoni N. Sadlak, R., Connecticut.

Others are George H. Fallon, D., Edward J. Ryan, D., and Arthur W. Sherwood, R., Maryland; Don Hyworth, D., Stanley A. Grendel, R., Robert S. McAllister, D., and Elford A. Cederberg, R., Michigan; George C. Steinemann, D., Ohio; Fred C. Barr, D., Francis P. Mccusker, R., and William T. Longe, D., Pennsylvania; Eugene J. Keogh, D., John J. Rooney, D., John E. Bloomer, D., Seymour Halpern, R., and Anthony E. Akers, D., New York.

Still more are Edward Willow, R., and Hubert H. Humphrey, D., Minnesota; John C. Webb, D., Virginia; Pat B. Withrow, Jr., R., West Virginia; Chester E. Merrow, R., New Hampshire; Lillian Martin, R., Herbert B. Warburton, R., J. Allen Frear, Jr., R., and Harris R. McDowell, Jr., D., Delaware; Frank C. Osmers, Jr., R., Charles R. Sullivan, D., Harrison A. Williams, Jr., D., T. James Tumulty, D., Gordon Canfield, R., Charles S. Joelson, D., and J. Frank Crawford, D., New Jersey; Laurence Curtis, R., Massachusetts; Jasper N. Butler, R., Oklahoma; Gardner R. Withrow, R., Wisconsin; Cecil M. Harden, R., Indiana; John O’Connor, D., Iowa.

Others include Philip A. O’Rourke, D., Max Kortum, D., Stanley K. Crook, D., Edgar W. Heistand, R., John F. Baldwin, Jr., R., Charles S. Cubser, R., Paul V. Birmingham, D., Bruce Shangle, D., John E. Moss, Jr., D., and John F, Shelly, D., California; Tom Lawson McCall, R., and Edith Green, D., Oregon; Thomas M. Pelly, R., Washington; Stewart L. Udall, D., and Henry Zipf, R., Arizona; James E. Murray, D., and Wesley A. D’ewart, R., Montana.

Others listed include Newell A. George, D., Kansas; Clayton E. Burdick, D., New Jersey; Forrest L. Blankenship, D., Ohio; Ed Edmondson, D., Oklahoma; Joel T. Broyhill, R., Virginia; Irwin D. Davidson, New York; Luther H. Martin, and Walter J. O’Connell, D., New Jersey; Richard Bolling, D., Missouri; Albert H. Bosch, E., and Henry J. Latham, R., New York.

Others include Robert C. Olson, D., Harry Sieben, D., Eugene McCarthy, D., Anders Thompson, D., Douglas P. Hunt, D., John A. Blatnik, D., and Mrs. Cora Knutson, D., Minnesota; Paul Sutton, D., and Gordon A. Elferdink, D., Michigan; Harry F. Henson, D., and Jack Westland, R., Washington; James H. Phillips, R., California; Stuyvesant Wainwright, R., New York; Joseph T. Meek, R., William L. Dawson, D., John C. Kluczynski, D., and James B. Bowler, D., Illinois.

George M. Rhodes, D., Pennsylvania; Philip J. Philbin, D., Massachusetts; George D. Gettinger, D., Indiana; William H. Ayres, R., Thomas Ludlov Ashley, D., and Irving G. Reynolds, R., Ohio; Richard Neuberger, D., Oregon.

Additional names include Thomas R. Kuchel, R., Hubert B. Scudder, R., Robert L. Condon, D., B. F. Sisk, D., Gordon L. McDonough, R., Donald J. Jackson, R., Cecil R. King, D., William M. Costley, D., and Robert C. Wilson, R., all of California, and Guy Cordon, R., Oregon.

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