Up News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-05


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| UP News Briefs | Acheson Defends Policies WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4. — Secretary of State Dean Acheson today defended the administrations foreign policies in China from the 1945 Yalta Conference to the present. Send Troops to Cyprus LONDON, England, June 4.— Three thousand troops of the 16th Independent Parachute Brigade left for Cyprus today, ready for possible emergency duty in the Iranian oil fields. / Peace Up to Reds WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4. — The United Nations allies would be willing to end the Korean War "somewhere along the 38th parallel" if the Communists would guarantee to negotiate all Korean problems. Allies Gain in Korea TOKYO, Japan, June 4.— United Nations forces hacked out gains of up to two and one-half miles against bitterly resisting Chinese Reds on the approaches to the enemy central Korean "iron triangle" today: Farther east, however, the Communists began a fighting withdrawal north of. Inje and Yanggu. C-82 "Falls Apart" NEW BOSTON, Tex., June 4. — An air force C-82 "Flying Boxcar" seemed to "fall apart" when it crashed from a stormy sky, killing all 10 men aboard, witnesses said today. The plane crashed and burned in a pasture near this east Texas town yesterday. Prospects Brighter in Iran TEHERAN, Iran, June 4.— Prospects seemed brighter today for an amicable settlement of the explosive Anglo-Iranian oil dispute despite the U. S. ambassadors delivery, of the wrong message to Premier Mohammed Mossadegh. Study Russian Jet WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4.— The Air Force has studied with concern a hitherto secret analysis of a Russian jet engine like those powering MIG-15 fighters in combat over North Korea. From this evidence, it was learned todayj the new American engines will be only a shade better than the ones Russia has in large quantities now. Hasten Peace Talks LONDON, England, June 4.— The government is trying to speed up talks with the United States about new overtures to-end the Korean War and discussions of an armistice offer to the Chinese Reds may come soon, an official British informant said today. Explains UN Proposals SYRACUSE, N. Y., June 4.— Ambassador Warren R. Austin, chief American delegate to the United Nations, said today that the UN, if necessary, will follow up its arms embargo against Communist China with "further barricades to Chinese Communist aggression.* Jail Two Nuns HONG KONG, China, June 4. — The Chinese Communists, in a new drive against foreign churches, have sentenced two Catholic nuns to prison terms and are demanding the deportation of the Vatican diplomatic envoy, advices from the mainland said today. Belgian Leader Dies I BRUSSELS, Belgium, June 4. — Louis De Brouckere, 81, veteran Socialist leader who represented Belgium at the World War I. disarmament conference, iied today.

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