Up News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-02


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| UP News Briefs General Bradley Due in Paris Today ! WASHINGTON, D. C, June 1.— General Omar N. Bradley was expected to arrive in Paris tomorrow to discuss the Western European defense program with top American I and European military leaders. Allies 30 Miles North TOKYO, Japan, June 1. — An armor-tipped American spearhead held the vital "escape city" of Yanggu briefly yesterday, while other Allied units thrust 30 miles into Communist Korea, it was reported today. Urges Policy of Strength Soviet leaders will start World War m. "when they believe they can win," Air Force Gen. George C. Kenny said today. The commanding general of the Air University called for a "national policy of strength" and a public prepared to make sacrifices. Postpone Big Four Talk PARIS, France, June 1.— TJ. S., French, British and Soviet deputy foreign ministers put off today, until Monday, further attempts to arrange an agenda for a Big Four foreign ministers meeting. They hoped that an answer might arrive from Moscow by then, to" the Western proposal for a meeting of foreign ministers in Washington, D. C, July 23. Attacks Food Quacks WASHINGTON, D. C, June 1.— Charles-W. Crawford, new food and drug commissioner, said today the. nation is being plagued wtih a small army of food quacks peddling nutritional nostrums." He promised a "vigorous campaign of spreading the truth" as well as enforcing laws on purity and branding of articles sold the public. Reds Demonstrate in Iran TEHRAN, Iran, June 1. — Several thousand Communist marchers paraded through the streets of Tehran today as a demonstration against the West in an international Communist childrens day parade. The Communist Front Association, for the Protection of Children and the Tuderf Youth Organization paraded beside truck-loads of children shouting Red slogans. Some of the marchers carried printed cards saying "Our hearts burn for the Korean children" and "Do not allow atomic weapons to destroy your darlings." • 108,006 Casualties in Week WASHINGTON, D. C, June 1.— The Army said today the Chinese and North Korean Communists suffered an estimated 1 108,006 casualties during the week ending Wednesday, May 30. Lie Bids for Peace OTTAWA, Ont., June. 1.— United Nations Secretary-General Trygve lie called today on the Communists to accept a Korean cease fire now and negotiate later. But if the North Koreans and the Chinese Communists wont accept, he said, the UN must continue the war and UN members must contribute additional forces to Gen. Matthew B. Ridgeways army. Communist Newsman Jailed WASHINGTON, D. C, June 1.— Philip Bart, general manager of the New York Communist Daily Worker, was sentenced today to three months and fined 00 for contempt of Congress. He was convicted May 3 of contempt for refusing to answer questions of the House Unamerican Activities Committee, at a hearing June 21, 1950. French Throw Back Reds HANOI, French Indo-China, June 1. — French and Viet Nam forces have thrown back a three-day assault by 40,000 Communist-led. Viet-Minh troops along the southern edge of the Red .River, a French communique said today.

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