United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-09


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UNITED PRESS -j NEWS BRIEFS Ike Would Seek Stalin Meeting NEW YORK, N% Y., June 7. — Gen. Dwight D.Eisenhower told his second political press conference today that as President of the United States, he would "go to any place in the world" to meet Russian Premier Josef Stalin if he thought that would promote the peace and security of the world. Pope Welcomes U.S. Catholic Pilgrims VATICAN CITY, Italy, June 7.— Pope Pius XII. smilingly welcomed 600 American Catholic pilgrims led by Francis Cardinal Spellman at a special mass audience today. President Truman Answers Senator Taft SPRINGFIELD, Mo., June 7.— President Truman, warning that the Kremlin may be planning "new Koreas," replied to Sen. Robert A. Taft and other critics of his air defense program today, and said that American planes "can bomb the enemy at will" in Korea. Raid West Berlin Farm BERLIN, Germany, June 7.— Soviet soldiers and Communist East German police raided a farm on the border of the French-occupied sector of West Berlin today and carted off cattle and horses. Japanese Envoy Arrives WASHINGTON, D. C, June 7.— Eikichi Araki, a Tokyo industrialist, arrived here today to become the first Japanese Ambassador to the United States since war broke out between the two countries 10 years ago. Rhee Bristles at U. N. Advice PUSAN, Korea, June 7. — South Korean President Syngman Rhee reacted angrily today to United Nations advice in his row with the National Assembly. He said details of a "Communist bribery plot" he blames for the crisis will be made public soon. Extend Reduced Serviceman Fares WASHINGTON, D. C, June 7. — The railroads have extended to January 31 reduced furlough fares for servicemen in uniform traveling at their own expense. Raid Red Paris Strongholds PARIS, France, June 7.— Police raided Communist strongholds in Paris and the big naval base of Brest today in a hunt for further proof of a Red plot to overthrow the government. Vet to Washington in Wheelchair LOUISA, Ky., June 7. — Malcolm Reese, Jr., a disabled veteran, of World War n., said today he will leave for Washington Monday on a 300-mile wheelchair journey to present personally a disability claim to the government. Zarubin Due in Mid-Summer MOSCOW, Russia, June 7. — Georgi N. Zarubin is expected to leave for Washington in mid-summer to assume his new post of Ambassador to the United States, diplomatic circles said today.

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