Up News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-07


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| UP News Briefs | Calls for-Sober Thinking ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 6.— Defense Secretary George C. Marshall warned today against "Monday morning quarterbacking" in foreign policy and called for sober thinking based on "a solid foundation of facts." Russians on Iran Border TEHRAN, Iran, June 6. — Residents of the border regions said today Soviet troops had moved in force to Irans northern frontier on both sides of the Caspian Sea and were engaging in "unlimited" activity. Study Records at Spa BALLSTON SPA, N. Y. June 6.— The special blue ribbon grand jury investigating crime and corruption in Saratoga County, studied official payroll and hotel records today. The jury started its 00,000 investigation of a possible link between politicians and gamblers by looking over voluminous records. Red Opposition Fades TOKYO, Japan, June 6. — United Nations forces plunged through fading Chinese opposition today to the head of a valley leading to the Communist "iron triangle" in Central Korea. Proposes Plan for Korea WASHINGTON, D. C, June 6.— Senator Ralph E. Flanders R.-Vt. proposed today that the United States include a plan for reconstructing Korea in any truce proposal to the Chinese Communists. Rome Invites Impy ROME, Italy, June 6.— Mayor Salvatore Rebecchini has invited Mayor Vincent Im-pellitteri, of New York City, to visit Rome, it was announced today. The invitation was given Impellitteri by Geh. Luigi Gallo, director general of the Italian Air Company Lai, during a recent visit to New York. Airs Nationalists Views NEW YORK, N. Y., June 6.— Dr. Tingfu F. Tsiang, permanent Chinese delegate to the United Nations, told the overseas press club here yesterday that the Nationalist Chinese on Formosa would "accept no compromise" and "spare no sacrifice," no matter what other governments may do or hot do" to liberate the Chinese mainland from the Communists. Big. Four Meeting Off PARIS, France, June 6.— A scheduled afternoon meeting of the Big Four deputies who are trying to write a program for a foreign ministers conference was suddenly cancelled today. It was believed that an expected United States-British-French note to Russia on the proposal to hold the conference in Washington July 23, had failed to arrive. Doubts Achesons Honesty WASHINGTON, D. C, June 6.— Secretary of State Dean Acheson continued his defense of Far Eastern policy today with one Republican senator voicing doubt as to his honesty. Senator Owen Brewster, one of Achesons severest critics, charged a "very amazing discrepancy" between the secretarys testimony and that of Defense Secretary George C. Maxshall. Chinese Irk Britain LONDQN, England, June 6. — A foreign office spokesman indicated today that the Labor Government is getting tired of Chinese Communist tactics on Far Eastern questions and may make a radical change in its own policy.

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