The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1947 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 19.17 Argentine Status Surveyed by U.S. Polling Starts to Find I* Pcron's Government Fulfilled Commitments ii H V i IM) ' VAI -'» •'• GONZAI-ES United I'rcss Staff Corrrspimdenl WASHINGTON. June a iui>) — The United Stales bcrmi Dollint; 19 Jjther Aincriran rc|iublic-s ycstcfdiiv cwyjclcrmitic whether they" arc roa- hey arc accept AreciitiiiH ns a full, <l "icmljci- of tl !c Inter-Ainer- Clianccs were good (hat llic nir,- wer wculd i,c yes. The U. S. itself indicated tliut |t was at last, ready to bury (lie hatchet, and negotiate a hemispheric defense treaty including Argentina. Oipluinalic sources said American mr.bassadors in all Latin-AmericaM countries, except Argentina wouicl IK iu-ked to find out if those countries believe President Juan D. Peron's government ;ms adequately fulfilled >ts commitments to expel Nnai influences. The eo-uhcnd signal for Die diplomatic survey was given yesterday by President Truman after a White House conference with Sccrctarv ()I Stale George c. Marshall, and Argentine Ambassador Oscar Ivunls- sevich. Mr. Truman did not civc his" complete approval to Ivnnixsevicli's stalcment tliat "no obstacle" remained to calling the long-delayed rtio dc Janeiro conference, where .1 permanent IiUcr-Aiiicricnn defense pact will be drafted. But lie dirt serve notice that the door, closed since April 1. ma, was now open to that possibility. In Buenos Aires, a high Argentine official said Mr. Truman's willingness to include Argentina in a hemispheric defense treaty was ^kr "best news in a long time." "''We have had our bitter mo- jat't.s in relations with the United tf!Rcs," he said, "but this should open the way to their normalization." President Truman Willing The White House, in a statement on the Truman-Ivanissevich talks. said the 'President had "indicated his willingness to renew the consultations with the governments of the other American' republics initiated by the United States memorandum of April 1, IMG, on this JBLYTUUVIU.E (AKK.) COUU1KR NEWS Confederate General Visits Capital subject." . On Hint date .the United Slides informed the other L-itin-Atneiica'.i republics that, "deeds and not merely promises" from Argentina regarding the purge of axi.s influences were npce.ssp.lv before the 5 net of Chnpullopee could 're implemented by a ibne-runge defense treaty. Diplomatic ' sources cmphu.si/.ed that Mr. Truman's statement .meant' no immediate change in U. 3.- .Georgo s. Mcssersmith. On the olhcr Jinnd, Siirulllc Bradcu. former assistant, .-.eeretary of State lor American republic affairs, had favored a tougher policy toward Argentina, nulen did not attend the White House conference. 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