Up News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-22


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| UP News Briefs Radar Stopped Reds KOREA, May 21. — Communist plans to renew assaults on the United States 2d Division Sunday night were shattered by a radar-guided night air raid, intelligence reports said today. More than 40 highflying B-29 and B-26 light bombers blasted "the Communist assembly areas with bombs and broke up the attacks before they could be launched. Hit at Price Controls WASHINGTON, D. C, May 21.— The big meat packers told Congress today that price ceilings on meat will make meat rationing inevitable. The American Meat Institute, represented by Paul C. Smith, a vice-president of Swift and Co., said if through price control you hold prices below the level that they would reach without controls, you must have rationing if you mean to divide the total supply equally. Stratemeyer Resting Quietly TOKYO, Japan, May 21.— Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer, commander of the Far East Air Forces, was resting quietly today following a heart attack-yesterday while playing golf, an air force announcement said. Says Mac Was A Danger WASHINGTON, D. C, May 21.— Gen. Omar N. Bradley said today the Joint Chiefs of Staff recommended the dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur because they felt his actions were jeopardizing the traditional civilian control of military authority. Italy Wants Treaty Annulled GENEVA, Italy, May 21.— Italy wants the western powers to annul the Italian Peace Treaty. Italian foreign minister Count Carlo Sforza said the treaty is full of patent injustices and absurdities. He particularly objected to its restriction on Italys armed forces «t a time when corn-inform countries are rearming, several of them in violation of their own peace treaties. Cattle Supply Reduced Farmers sent sharply reduced supply of cattle to the nations major markets yesterday in the first- day of business under the price rollback for beef-on-the-hoof.-Cattle receipts at the 12 major markets totaled only 41,100 head, compared with 77,500 a week ago Monday and 68,700 a year ago. Awards Planes to Peiping /• HONG KONG, China, May 21.— The Supreme Court rejected today Gen. Claire Chennaults-claim to 40 planes andaward-ed them to the Chinese Communist government. Albert Wiggin Dies GREENWICH, Conn., May 21.— Albert Henry Wiggin, 83, who retired as chairman of the governing board of the Chase National Bank, New York, in 1933, died at his summer home early today after a long illness. Iran Stands Firm TEHERAN, Iran, May 21.— Iran stood firm today against submitting nationalization of its oil wells to arbitration despite British protests. Red Cross 70 Years Old WASHINGTON, D.. C.,-May 21. — The American Red Cross quietly observed its seventieth anniversary today, omitting the usual celebrations because of the world situation.

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