PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIKR, NEWS Described As Suffered Dream Truman Criticized For Taking Greek 'issue Frorri 'Agency WASHINGTON, March 20—(UP) - The united Nations was described as a "shuttered dream" ns Con- Krcss heard bipartisan criticism yesterday of the administration's failure to refer the Greek crisis to t'.u: infant. v,-prld peace organization. • Several senators oj both parties vo?cccl concern over UN's future in debating 'president Truman's plan t-'y check Communism hi the Near East with S400.00o.000 in U. S. akl lo Greece and Turkey. The opinion ranged from a call by Sen. Claude Pepper, D., Fin,, for r-.iv . emergency session of the UN General Assembly! to a dirge by Ben. Miibrd E. Tyding?,. JJ., Mil., , \vli6 termed the organization "impotent . . . an empty. shell." SUM others, however, agreed with President Truman that the UN was r.ot prepared to handle the Near Eastern crisis. Among' these "were Senate president Arthur II. Van- ttenljcfg, H., Mich.',' and Sen. Tom Coimally, D-,'TCX. ' ' The mounting debate over the ' President's stop-Communism pro-gram threatened to delay the nec- l cfsary congressional' ncllon until Batter ,the administration's March >3L (leadline. ; Acting Secretary of ,'ilale Dean Achcson warned that It •Jmight be disastrous If there were ;ariy appreciable rtelay beyond -March 31, when Britain ends her ^economic assistance to Greece. ' Hearing Starts Today 5 The House foreign affairs com- Jinittee. begins • full-dress pulillc -,hehrings on the Greco-Turkish uld >;Hogram today, with Achesnn as "first witness, senate hearings also inre expected to start within a lew i<;ays and may run concurrently .•with those in the House in the in- 'terest of speed. , Chairman Charles A. Eaton of .fhe House Foreign Affairs Coinmlt- 'trc introduced-a bill'providing for ;t:Ve $-!00,OOb,COO: In Greco-Tti'l:ish i-n'.d. It also would penult tile Pres•'dent,to send iljnltcd numbers of ^Ameiican military personnel to the .two countries lo serve in an ad- i-visory capacity only. .' Tlie House committee met yes- \tevday io put its formal okay on a .8350.000.000 relief bill intended to i aid not only Greece but, also Austria, Hungary, • Poland; Ifalv -and ' possibly China."".'.' ,":."_i" "'1 • In the.Senate, Pepper, favored an emergency session of the UN Gen- ,'eral Assembly to underwrite Greek Navigator Blown From Astrodome Artlsljp sketch shows Hie location „! t)it> astrodome, !Vo m ..vlncli Navigator •'shoots" position of ii,<; plane, and illustrates how tieo^e" n Hart, of Sag Harboi- Nc-w York, presumably wlls litnally yanked out by the slipstream when the asirculome ,,r the Kur.iiv-bcniml c-i.i,.st.-in- lion on-which he was the ,,avi,; : ,lor «,,„,, r , rf :;,-,„,„,,„ 01 - t; . uu| ,,,. Newfoundland, at la.OOO feel. NEA Tt-)i•| ) )i,)l.'. i and Turkish security, provide relief for Greece and take over administration of I he' Tui'kish-con- 'trolled Dardenelles and Brllntn's Suez Cnnal. Sen. Edwin C- Johnson. D,, Colo., said the decision to by-pass the UN put President Truman and y.indenbcrg in a position of teaming up "to destroy the dream we call the United Nations." Fear for Future ar UN The proprosed program, Johnson said, "will kill UN deader than a mnckernl." 1 and reduce Iru; m-e.u- nization to a "shattered dream." Connally. who lielpe<i write the UN charter, did not agree, lie .said the UN "has no funds to loan mid no military force;; to do police duty," nnct said nothing in the President's program was "hostile" to the world organization. Vandcnherg agreed that the relief program was outside the UN's field. He pointed out that UN already has dispatched ah Invest ii;at- "iB commission to report on Lireck complaints that her Communist dominated nelKhliurs wore vlolii:ln['. iflei Sfeeptess fig! . ,,,,l it 'ilirtic , r ,,|. El TH WHEW sves Otfan ^ Hundreds of field tests prove the nev Firestone Champion Ground Grip Tractor Tire cleans up to 100% more effectively, pulls up to 62% more, lasts up to longer and gives a smoother riile than any other tractor tire. No broken center tire can duplicate this performancel 10-28 11-28 9-32 Bond-a-Month Plan Offered Treasury THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1947 WASHINGTON. March 20—(UP) — Secretary of Treasury John W. Siiytlor yesterday lamiclu-cl a hond- ii-niotitli plan tor .selling U. S. sav- hii? ixmils. lie (old a meftlns of .stale bond silo dlrctlors and bankers tlmt the WoKiain wiis for ihr. iiurpose pi'i- her liardrrs. Ken. II. Alexander Smtlh, R.. M. .'.. it niiimljor of ihe lurricn I'ela- tlun.s commit toe. said H would hnvc been n "wiser and more cffccdi'e ixilicy" to liuvi' .slateil Ihe Greco- T«rkl;:h jirnllcnnirnt lo the UN. whellier or no'. It was Miulijpecl to meet I lie crisis. "No aetion of ihls kliul. 1 ' he snltl. '.vhoulrl tin tnkei! nHJiciu an ini- nu'ilintc [•nininnnieaiion lo the UlllU-il Niitbin.i; oiv;.'illlx;itio n seUhif; 1'irth Die fuels, and .slnlliig exnci- ly wJial v, f (.- nre thiinc, rind \vliy. J ' 'I'ydings said Hie President's ino- rjnun elenrly indii-atcd the "Impo- li'uce" of the UN. without, wortd- xiile diMttniaineiit, Tyilings .said, l , !c ' H, N w °"' 1 ' reinnhi "hut a liollow Ben. A. Willis Robertson D Va .'iKi'Wl with him. 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