United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-10


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UNITED PRESS PRESSNEWS NEWS BRIEFS BRIEFSTo To Forestall Cost of Living Increase IncreaseWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 9 Price stabilizer Ellis Arnall urged Congress today to change the Capehart provision of the Controls Act immediately to avoid a marked increase in the cost of living livingItaly Italy Gets Posts in Trieste TriesteLONDON LONDON Eng May 9 Britain the United States and Italy signed an agree ¬ ment today giving Italy a number of high posts in the civilian administration of the AngloAmerican Zone of Trieste free terri ¬ tory The Allied powei will continue to hold responsibility for zonal administration but Italy will name a political adviser to work with them themUrge Urge Mutual Security Bill Support SupportWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 9 Sen Alexander Wiley ranking Republican on the Senate foreign relations committee to ¬ day urged his party to stand up for a bi ¬ partisan foreign policy by supporting the 6900000000 mutual security bill billMillion Million Tons of US Military Aid AidCHERBOURG CHERBOURG Prance May 9 The 1000000th ton of American military aid material for the European allies arrived today in the United States Lines cargo ship American Skipper Frances share of the aid program started in 1950 has been 360000 tons tonsAsk Ask Stay of No Strike Order OrderCINCINNATI CINCINNATI Ohio May 9 Three rail ¬ road unions asked a federal appeals court today to stay execution of a nostrike order and permit them to ask the Supreme Court to declare the governments seizure of the railroads unconstitutional unconstitutionalForeign Foreign Aid Can Be Reasonably Cut CutOSLO OSLO Norway May 9 Gen Dwight D Eisenhower said today he believes reason ¬ able cuts can be made in the United States foreign military aid appropriations with ¬ out fatal results He told a press confer ¬ ence here however that he had no com ¬ ment on Sen Robert A Tafts suggestion that the foreign aid bill could be trimmed to 6000000000 without endangering the security of the United States StatesNations Nations Initial European Army Treaty PARIS Prance May 9 Six European nations initialed today the European Army treaty uni ting the continents traditional enemies in a 1250000man western bul ¬ wark against Russia Chiefs of French Bel ¬ gian Dutch Luxenbourg West German and Italian delegations gathered for the simple but historic ceremony in the ornate Salles Des Horloges clock room of the French Foreign Ministry MinistryDedicate Dedicate Memorial to Mellon MellonWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C May 9 A 300 000 fountain near the National Gallery of Art was dedicated today as a memorial to Andrew W Mellon formerly Secretary of the Treasury Chief Justice Fred M Vinson chairman of the board of trustees of the National Gallery of Art delivered the dedi I cation speech at ceremonies attended by highranking government officials officialsJudiciary Judiciary Committee Or s McGranery McGraneryWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D cl May 9 The Senate judiciary committee today approved on an 8 to 4 vote the nomination of Fed ¬ eral Judge James P McGranery to be I AttorneyGeneral

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