UP News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-02


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I i ] 5 J . s ; f 8 r z T ] 3 s Z W s t * b l l 1 a % I i t t ■ - " ■ ; " 1 • » I . 1 l l s - UP News Briefs I I U.S. Jets Rout MIGs TOKYO, Japan, May 1. — Twenty-five American Sabre jets defeated a larger force of Soviet-built jet fighters over Northwest I Korea today in the first air battle in five days. The dogfight ended with four enemy MIG-15 jets damaged, one probably destroyed and the rest in flight across the Yalu River frontier to Manchuria. Gov. Fuller Warren Rapped WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1.— The Sen-J ate crime committee charged today that Gov. Fuller Warren of Florida "allowed the power of his office" to be used by the Ca-pone syndicate to muscle into Miami Beach gambling. Iran Seizes British Oil TEHRAN, Iran, May 1. — The government began seizing Britains immense oil holdings in Iran today amid national rejoicing. , m u 61 More Casualties WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1.— The De- fense Department today identified 61 more casualties in the Korean War. The 291st casualty list included four dead, 39 wounded, eight injured and 10 missing. ■ ■ Wins Vote of Confidence PARIS, France, May 1. — Premier Henry Queuille today won a vote of confidence in the National Assembly by 359 votes to 251 on the electoral reform bill, which he hopes will pass in time for French general elections in June. Urges Stronger Price Controls WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1.— Organ-e ized labor, claiming victory in its mobilza- - tion fight, set out today on a new battle to j r convince Congress that stronger price J t controls are needed. I ■ Arrest 205 Reds in Berlin e , BERLIN, Germany, May 1. — Police ar- * . rested 205 Communists trying to stir up r May Day demonstrations today in West t t Berlin streets. t Committee Blasts ODwyer WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1.— The Sen- . B ate crime committee declared today that t the actions of former Mayor William x ■ ODwyer "contributed to the growth of or- . * ganized crime, racketeering and gangster -e, . ism in New York City. ; Reds Recoil in Korea 0 [ TOKYO, Japan, May 1.— The Commu- - 3 3 nists recoiled before beleaguered Seoul un- „ der allied massed artilley fire and record i - air strikes today and apparently shifted I their troops for a new lunge at the United I Nations Han River line to the east.

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