United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-16


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I " 8 * * » ■ ■ to ■ | .. D. / t t b e 4 c 2 g 0 P d * c] S g 0 on 1 0 oil G n G to t t P o UNITED PRESS 1 NEWS BRIEFS ! Atomic Engine Almost Complete j GROTON, Conn., June 14. — President Truman revealed today that an atomic en- 1 gine for a 0,000,000 submarine is "almost 1 complete" and will be ready for test opera- t tion soon. s Report Eden Shift to New Post LONDON, England, June 14.— Foreign secretary Anthony Eden may soon be shifted another cabinet post where he would be i directly in line to succeed prime minister . Winston Churchill, it was reported today. I Ike to Speak From the Heart DETROIT, Mich., June 14. — Gen Dwight r Eisenhower today threw prepared ■ speeches out the window and said he would E speak "from the heart" in his Republican a Presidential campaign. e Allied Planes Smash Airfield SEOUL, Korea, June 14.— Allied fighter- 2 bombers today smashed an airfield which I the Reds were attempting to rebuild near t the Red capital of Pyongyang. It could have r been used as a support base for a possible s enemy summer offensive. I 4-H Club Delegates to Convene a WASHINGTON, D. C, June 14.— The n countrys 2,000,000 4-H clubs are sending t 200 delegates to Washington this week for s the opening of the national 4-H club camp e on Wednesday. Put Finger on Red Leaders 1 KOJE ISLAND, Korea, June 14.— A bleeding anti-Communist war prisoner" un- £ der death sentence by a red "Kangaroo" court put the finger on 102 fanatical Com- c munist leaders today in a dramatic prison 2 showdown. Showdown Due on Tidelands Oil Bill r WASHINGTON, D. C, June 14.— The ■ Senate heads into a showdown next week the question of overriding President Trumans veto of the so-called Tidelands _ bill. I Gromyko Envoy to London MOSCOW, Russia, June 14. — Russia an- 1 16 nounced the appointment of Andrei A. d Gromyko, its No. 2 diplomat, as ambassador A London today in what may foretell an attempt to east West-East differences. I Pledge Votes to McMahon s HARTFORD, Conn, June 14.— The Dem- d ocratic state convention today pledged its ft 1 16 d A I s d ft national convention votes to the presidential candidacy of U. S. Sen. Brien McMahon. Rhee Threatens to Dissolve Assembly PUSAN, Korea, June 14. — President Syngman Rhee threatened anew today to dissolve the national assembly and to call for a general election to replace it.

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