United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-09


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UNITED PRESS NEWS NEWSBRIEFS BRIEFS BRIEFSSoviet Soviet Submarine Estimate EstimateTAIPEH TAIPEH Formosa May 8 Adm Arthur W Radford commander of the U S Pa ¬ cific Fleet said today Russia has an esti ¬ mated 80 submarines in the Pacific and that they could be a considerable threat in a general war Truman 68 Years Old Today TodayWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 8 President Truman marked his 68th birthday anniver ¬ sary today by announcing that he plans to spend the next 10 years as he damn pleases pleasesWarns Warns on German Peace Pact PactBERLIN BERLIN Germany May 8 East Ger ¬ man premier Otto Grotewohl warned today that the proposed peace contract between western Germany and Western Allies would turn Germany into a European Korea KoreaDulles Dulles Returns From Paris ParisNEW NEW YORK N Y May 8 John Foster Dulles former presidential adviser on for ¬ eign affairs returned from Paris today after two meetings with Gen Dwight D Eisenhower He said he was not yet ready to say who he thought would make the best president presidentHopes Hopes for No World War 111 WASHINGTON D C May 8 President Truman said today conditions are very grave but there will be no third world war if the United States supports itsforeign aid program and keeps its economy on an even keel keelNo No ParleysMUNSAN Prediction on Armistice Parleys MUNSAN Korea May 8 Gen Matthew B Ridgway today visited his senior truce delegate Vice Adm C Turner Joy but refused to make any prediction as to out ¬ come of the armistice negotiations negotiationsHits Hits AntiStrike Measure MeasureWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 8 The CIO charged today that a proposed emergency anti strike measure is as viciously anti labor a bill as has ever been introduced in Congress j Churchill Announces Trucking Plan PlanLONDON LONDON England May 8 Prime Min ¬ ister Winston Churchills government un ¬ der promise to turn Britain back from Socialism announced plans today to sell the nationalized trucking industry back to private owners ownersGovernment Government Removes Steel Ban BanWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 8 The gov ¬ ernment today removed its ban on ship ¬ ments of steel from warehouses warehousesReds Reds Heavily Bombed BombedSEOUL SEOUL Korea May 8 Fif th Air Force fighterbombers struck their heaviest blow of the war today at the Communist supply center of Suan within sight of the Pan munjom truce site

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