Up News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-09


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| UP News Briefs Find Arthritis Cause ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., June 8.— For the first time in medical history, a scientist presented proof today that arthritis is caused by "sick" adrenal glands. The report, a significant development in the battle to conquer arthritis and other crippling and degenerative diseases, came from Dr. Kon-rad Dobringer, of the Sloan-Kettering Institute of the Memorial Hospital Center for Cancer and Allied Diseases, New York. Marshall Satisfied TOKYO, Japan, June 8. — Defense Secretary George C. Marshall returned here from a mystery visit to Korea tonight, convinced the Korean war was no more a stalemate than had been the Berlin blockade, where the Western Allies won a major cold war victory over Russia. Stands Firm on Rollbacks WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8.— Price Director Michael V. DiSalle, with a quali-assist from presiednt Truman, stood firm fied assist from president Truman, stood firm today against any "cattlemens compromise" on his two pending beef price rollbacks. Unperturbed by talk of an imminent meat faniine that could explode a political bomb, DiSalle told newsmen he hasnt changed his mind about knocking beef prices down 4 to 5 cents a pound August 1 and another 4 or 5 cents October 1. Tito Seeks U.S. Aid BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, June 8. — Mar- Sllai xitu £ guvciuuicui; accnuig u. u. military aid to prevent "another Korea" in Yugoslavia, Foreign Minister Edvard Kardelj said today. _____ X Hits Strategic Bombing WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8.— A top naval aviator fired a blistering attack today against the Air Forces reliance on strategic bombing as its No. 1 weapon. Rear Admiral R. A. Ofstie, commander of Aircraft Division Five in the Korean war, said this nation needs many more tactical warplanes, fighter bombers and lighter bombers, but only a few long range bombers such as the B-36. Reds Pulling Out TOKYO, Japan, June 8. — Battered Chinese Reds were reported starting to pull out of the central Korean "iron triangle" today, but their screening forces still fought back fiercely in some sectors. Senator Taft Blasts Acheson WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8.— Senator Robert A. Taft R. Ohio, said today Secretary of State Dean Acheson has launched a giant "cover-up"- campaign designed to mask previous State Department efforts to hand China to the Communists. Taft, Senate Republican policy chief, told a reporter that Achesons testimony has been "loaded with inconsistencies and half truths." He still felt Acheson should resign. Search for Diplomats Spreads LONDON, England, June 8. — A search for two high-ranking British diplomats, Donald MacLean and Guy Burgess, spread • to six more European countries today, but investigators believed the missing pair probably were still in France. • Degree for General Smith AMHERST, Mass., June 8. — General Walter Bedell Smith, director of the U. S. Central Intelligence Agency and former • ambassador to Russia, will receive an honorary doctorate of laws Sunday at Amherst Colleges 130th commencement. . Iran Refuses Visas TEHRAN, Iran, June 8. — Iran refused today to issue three-month visa permits to foreign correspondents covering the Anglo-Iranian oil nationalization dispute. •

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