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THUUSDAY, MARCH 13, 1947 rifish Register luch Surprise Rccorrftr.endcfion for U. S. Aid to Turkey Moro Thun Expected Ky EINVAKl) V. K011EKTS I United Press Stalf. Correspondent 1 LONDON, March 13. —A govcrn- Inenl roiucc siiid today that President Truman's decision lo include' Turkey \viih Greece in liis aid pro- .ranmgul liis jlan lo send military i |>fi-su!Hisl to that area lock Britain •LTTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIK1 MBW8 Fire Destroys Large Stores Of Chemicals NEW YORK, March 13, (U.P.) —A stubborn', rlve-nlnrm fire in 11 waterlront chemlcnl warehouse was brought under control after a three-hour battle today. Firemen . WHO luul been unable lo get close to the blnxe earlier because of dense smoke finally managed to raise ladders aj,a:ns.'- Hie building and |iour tons 01 water into it, A large part of Lower Manhattan was covered by dense doudt n building and a pungent, gcior per- assembled and ly siirpri .. J The government source said Brit|:in a; no lime asked the United oi smoke ol all colors that '•'^ine'eur^it %£??. <™««*«•*« <>—' ncrltii lo assume the British eco|:ojni: 'ourden.s in Greece. He :ilso said the British govcrn- lirnt made no suggestion thai the linked Stales send "military Iroops," "mmtaiy missions" or •>e:in. S ° ° •" cm i'C tena- A foreign office spokesman said " lcmcn • lit views expressed by Mr. Truman •11 "imposed governments" were house, .uicli in accordance with British irv.'s on a iHiir.U^r of governments. Wliitfhal] expected swift and un• avt.rable reaction from the Soviet lovcinmeni lo tlie American plan. Jvlr. Tinman's proposals were widely described liere as a direct chal- jr.uc lo Russia. There was considerable worry in I.Vliltchall about Ihe resulls. I '1'he President's proposal to send •imerican military personnel to! |"uitrey caused apprehension liere| CINCINNATI, March 13 — (UP) Because of- the tense situation ex- —Firemen still dug here loday in •stinn between Turkey and Russia the piled debris of a five-story |:an?crning the Dardanelles. Au- building lhat almost certainly is of MIDDLE EAST Continued from Page 1. were staggered by Ihe rcsponslbil- icnd-lense and (he drall. If Congress voles lo Intervene in Greece and Turkey a will be a clean break will, American isola- llouisl tradition—as of Ihe ia:0's. but isolationism look a benllng in i lie Ho os eve 11 adminis:rallons. Since (he war we have been using |)!)lilicnl as well n.s economic dol- Im-s abroad, and we have said as much. What hit congress hard in Mr. Tinman's message was that he *'as pretty frank nbom the whole thing. He lliinks w e should step In fas: lo keep Communism out of certain areas, and he- snlcl so. just like llial. He paid his respects to the United Nations but by-passed that body 011 grounds it is not cnpnMe of doing the job. " ' •.he Middle East Intervention In would put the merited (he area. Large crowds ambulances .stood by as officials! untied Stales in a new role—but recalled recent disastrous cncmf we have been practicing (he part I'.r some time now. By coincidence, it cal fires across the nation. The heavy blanket of smoke prcventcc from getting in eloscr than 20 lo 30 yards of (he warehouse, hampering their efforts to bring the. blaze under control. David Don, owner of the warehouse, said the building contains chemicals and dyes stored tliert for exiwrt by Ihe Harris Warehouse, inc. Firemen Still Searching Debris for Man's Body Ihoritativc sources said Britain gave I'nly lukewarm approval to the . to give Turkey economic |iicl at this time for Ihe same rai- \vas staled authoritatively that in, while urging the United the tomb of Fred Elsaesser, year-old porter. Since the building collapsed at 9 iun. Tuesday, rescue teams have ix men original- e I Trapped 'LAWRENCE, Mass., Marcr 12.— (UP)—Two fugitives from an 'Army I Test sending -American troops there. There were Indications that Brit- liin would support the Truman liroposal if it is approved by Con- l:rcss. since she is terminating her licoiio'iilc commitments lo Greece, stockade at s=ott Field III in- Government sources informally eluding Bsrt Slusser 28 ' of NasJi- I eared the "sweeping nature" of ville. Tenn., were arraigned in Dis- Ihe American proposal. They be- trict Court on larceny charges ves- lieved u wou.d lessen materially, terday after balng captured by'po- |-\>rcign Secretary Ernest Kevin's f lice who cornered them in a dead' rl 0CS negotiating a revised j end street after a 10-mile chase _ is almost, a year, exactly, since the then I'rime Minister Winston Cliurchlll gave Big Four diplomacy and the United States Congress >he jltlers by denouncing the "Iron curtnln'- In furope and proposing a fraternal British - American association lo stem "the expansive and paralyz- in;; tendencies" of the Soviet Union., That was in Fulton, Mo.. March 5. 1046. with Mr. Truman Lmiling on the platform. War warnings echoed on capitol hill as Mr. Truman concluded Ills address yesterday and hurried for a Florida-bound airplane. He will vacation for about a week. Some administration supporters conceded that to oppose communism in Greece and Turkey with American money nnd technical advisers involved a "calculated risk." There was immediate bitter minority protests in Congress and equally enthusiastic minority approval. A majority of congressmen appar- i ently was too startled by the scope I of the program lo reach a deci-| sion immcdialely. Bui Democrats were rallying to Hie aumlnlstrallou. Tlu-rr was rowci fin liepiibllcm support spearheaded b v Chairman Arlluir H. V:\ndeiibfrit of Iho Senate I'm-dgn iirlnlloiis Coinmltlw. House Sni'iiki'r Jnsepb \\'. Martin, •'r., and House Majority Leader C'liiulcs H. 'llnllerk, however, refused lo cnmmll themselves. Sen. Uobi'rt A. Tuft, 1!., O., who Is, in effect, co-leader with Vim- tlcnberg of their puny In tin' Ken- ate, also refused ID take u stund on Middle East Intervention against the smviui of Communism, lioth parties are split and Hie President must depend on n coalition lo votn him tby money and authority he seeks. Typical comment: Vaiulcnberg: "Tlie President's messiisju faces the fuels and so must Congre.ss. We are at odds with Communism on many fronts. Now, "•f ever, we nnisl sny what we mean and mean what we say. We cannot f:iil lo back up the President, at such mi hour. We must either take or surrender leadership." Tuft: "I do not want war with Rvssia. Whether our intervention In Greece tends to make .such « w,ir more probable or less probable depends on many clrciimstiinces rcanrdltid which I am not yet fully !'.dvlse<t and. therefore, I do not I care t o make re.vp:il tmio." Martin: "Tin 1 request must be. <rv:iiHiu'il will] great care and ilililirr.ilhin There is no bill wli.il it ..alls for heavier burdens mum llio men,.,,,, 'people "'•us .IIKM, (|i u American people reiu'hi,,,, |n,j,ort." Htillcrk: •-fhu American people are cmiilal to know all lhat Is L-V may be involved in the slep they have bi'.'n asked lo take. The pni- posni s i, u .,i l lllos( ,,. inu , st , tl )|,,. n j. sat, mil only ) JV Conere.w but by every uxpayer," Hep. <:!,,!(. iinrriiun, li,, Mlch.r Jt Is nu invitation lo wai, 1 ' ' 'flu- ]>rn|)Bsul pu-cipiluted shav|> (k'biite nu the Senate floor lust nlKht ttiih sen. Wayhind Hrooks. «•. III. nikliiB Democrats why they refused I,, say rlally ihnl " 11 means war. lie snUI this counlry, with Its wariii,,,, icnd-lonse aid had tilo- il.led 1111,1 stii'iiijtlit'iK-d utissla anil now found nseir In a position where it mlBhl have to fight the liiis- 6 lulls. If the Hoimblloaiis had prevnIH'd In prewar foreign policy decisions "nitjt Ii't lilt' Germans eat u]i liiis- sia,' Hiooks suld, the I'resldcnfs cinei-Ki'iicy proiinini to check coin- munl.sm tt , m i,| ]10 t | mve b ( . ru ,, L . C - csMiry. Sen. chnide Pepper, IJ.. Fin., told Drooks I U . had "no <|oubt Hint Ihe senator U ready ( o B« to war with Hussln." "He didn't seem so anxious lo U" a decision at the lo war ; <h! ulnst I inter," 1'cpper said. There worn rank a nil file Dem- (irralir [lissonlcrs. but Ihe ilenio- ttrntlc liMdtT.shlp, Including Sen. Tom cuiinully, n., Tex., former eliiiliman uf the Porrljtn Itolii- llons Com ml (tee, grin-rally wlimijii'd 1( ii ( i fi,,. inlfrvenlloii. Tlie summons lo Bppnd money and possibly u, risk men In opposl- lion lo Communism outside Ihe'Sn- Mc't Union had a powerful appeal Ui some Republicans and nc-ino- crnl.s ullke. sen. styles Urldges, n., N. II.. put [I (his wuy—inul lie l>r.il)nbly rcpresetils (he position wl-.lfh a i;renl ninny of Ills col- Icngiif.s will lake: "The iilllmale llireal of Com- iminLst dcimlnntioi, (> f u> ( . world should make It understandable lo nil IhlukhiK dlliceiis lhat If we ''vcr are going lo try nnd s [ ( >p the Kprrnil of Communism, now I'l Ihe lime lo do II," Tliero ivuij miu'h |al|< i>f chain reai'llons rroin ,,111 Intcrvrnlloii In llm AlliliIlK K»s«. Coi'-rossmell askcil w hiil llial would lead lo In China. Grrnmiiy and Smith Amei l.'cji. Nobody biioir.s' (lie answer i '.') lllat one, not r\n\ Mr. Tru- llui (he l>re.sldenl did lell Con- BIVSS frnnkly ihul m lliiam eorn- iminlst mlmirlties were exploiting Kutope's miseries for political ualn. He snlcl we long had protested cocrcliin. Intimidation and violation <if Intel nallonul aiireeuuinls In I'o- 'and. liomanla and llulgnrla. And , lie wild he wnnted .soinclliliii; inoro Rffrellvc Mum prolesi miles lo pre- veni Greece and Turkey yolng the snme way. n c warned |hut, (_;om- :minlsm in circcce would spread clsewhmj and lhal If-we..fall lo aid Greece and Turkey "the cltect will be far reaching lo Ihe W(!s i us well a-i'to the ensl," H Is up lo Congress now. C/'hiilr- inrin Charles A. Kalon, of uieliljuse Affairs Commltlce, said lie rxiicclcd lo be ready to Inlro- duce the Oreco-TiirklsJi n i(l bill In Iwo or three days. Enlon Is fnvor- nlilf! lo Die iidmlnlslratlon plan but dues not greatly Influence parly strategy. The MOO.OoO.Oim muy be cither n Hwn or gift, it will life divided $MO.OOO,000 lo circcce and $150,000,000 lo Turkey. H will be In addition lo $50,000,000 already car- ni[U'ke<i l n the 104U butluet for Orrck nwlstance—fo«d mid such. 'I'he new money now sought not only will hulp feed the Greeks but will provide other economic assistance and, presumiibly. support ;v small llrllt.sh occupallonary lorre which Ihe lirltlsh empire nays it '.in longer can afford lo maintain. American mllllnry action In Oi'fi'ce Is uneharled. At Ihe outside no more (han mllllnry supervisor nnd Instructors arc contemplated. Chest Colds To Relieve Misery t ||C|(C IA on Tested VJgSfg The B: itish press in general ap- lirovcd Mi". Truman's speech. |Borwc/i for Lilienthal WAEHIXGTON, March 13. (UP) I-David E. Lilienthal. whose ap- l:oiiitmenl as chairman of Ihc l-lloniic Enerev Commission is a- Jvaitin.; Senate confirmation got •mother endorsement today from |3e:nard M. Barucli. who helped liraft the U. S. plan for interna- •'ional conlol of atomic energy. PILES Hurt Like Sin! But New I Grin ' "or' 1 * Rectal Ointment or Rectal Sup- suorJca today. Follow I.«*,el directions. r snip at nil (irusr slore.i e^'eryvrhera Saturday, March 15, 12 Noon to 6 p.m. OnlyJ 6 HOURS ONLY It YOUR skin has broken out with ugly surface pimples — T.ishe.i — caused by locnl Irritations, or if you minor from an externally caused itching, burning skin sorenes.s j-o to your druggist nnd got a small bottle of Moono's Kmcrald Oil and nso ns,directed. Soon you'll lirrt It start rlslit hi lo aid nature clour up the trouble—in'oinotin^' faster hpal- ins. Use for ton clays mid It then you are dlRs.-illKnccl, Motiry Back Stainless—-sreaseicBd:—all Jrugalals WOOD DRUG CO. ,. CITY DRUG CO. 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