United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-17


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! t i f - t 3 1 • B , ; a s t i - 1 | I " - l s • • i t I ; 5 | . ; i i UNITED PRESS - . NEWS l BRIEFS » Orders Red POWs to Korean Mainland KOJE ISLAND, Korea, June 16.— Brig. ■• Gen. Haydon L. Boatner, commander of f Koje Islands prisoner of war camps, has s ordered all Chinese Communist prisoners of f war moved to the Korean mainland, it was announced today. Harriman Reports to Truman WASHINGTON, D. C, June 16.— W. Avtrell Harriman reported to President t Truman today on his quest for the Demo- _ era tic presidential nomination and said Mr. Truman praised his campaign as "tops." Ridgway in Rome ROME, Italy., June 16.— Gen. Matthew v B. Ridgway arrived in Rome today under r an unprecedented guard of 50,000 troops s and police who had orders to crush merci-5 " lessly any Communist demonstrations. Sees Free and Open Contest WASHINGTON, D. C, June 16.— Vice- - President Alben W. Barkley believes the Democratic national convention will be a i "free and open contest." Warn Red Truce Negotiators PANMUNJOM, Korea, June 16.— The ■ United Nations warned Communist truce 2 negotiators today that are prolonging a i "bloody and profitless" war by refusing to 3 accept the Allied armistice terms. Malik Summons Security Session UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., June 16.— - Russias Jacob A. Malik today summoned a session of the United Nations Security t Council for Wednesday to discuss Communist germ warfare charges. Russian Jets Down Swedish Flying Boat STOCKHOLM, Sweden, June 16.— Two Russian-type jet fighter planes shot down an unarmed Swedish air force flying boat j over the open Baltic Sea today Its seven t crewmen — two suffering from bullet i wounds — were rescued by a German freighter. Proposes Further Seaway Study WASHINGTON, D. C, June 16.— Sen. Everett Dirksen R-Hl. proposed today that the senate order another years study of the St. Lawrence seaway instead of ap- proving it now. Ammo Blast Kills One HAEUNDE, Korea, June 16.— The Eighth I Armys biggest ammunition dump went up » in a series of tremendous blasts killing one I American soldier, injuring 28 and leaving two missing. House Nears Final Adjournment WASHINGTON, D. C, June 16.— Speaker Sam Raburn said today the House is driving toward final adjournment before the s political conventions next month.

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