United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1957-06-25


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UNITED PRESS : » NEWS BRIEFS NATIONAL: U. S. Now Can Produce Clean H-Bomb WASHINGTON, D. C, June 24.— The creators of the H-bomb told President Eisenhower today that the United States now is able to produce a "clean" bomb about 95 per cent free of radioactive fallout. Inflation Due to Business, Labor WASHINGTON, D. C, June 24.— Former President Trumans chief economic adviser said today "we should stop passing the buck" to the federal government as the chief cause of inflation. It is much nearer to the truth," .he said, "to say "that the real source of inflation lies with business and labor." The economist, Dr. Edwin G. Nourse, said the Eisenhower administration "has done a good deal toward curbing the inflation whose seeds were sown in the war and early post-war period." Unleash Fifth, Heaviest Atomic Blast ATOP ANGELS PEAK, Nev., June 24.— The Atomic Enegry Commission unleashed the fifth and heftiest atomic explosion of its 1957 experiments today — a blast so powerful it ripped off a door and cracked the concrete wall of the control blockhouse 14 -miles away. Its mighty flash momentarily blinded unguarded witnesses 45 miles distant. Its sound wave bounced off a stratosphere layer and was heard in Reno, Nev., 300 miles away. Postpone Union Meeting at Least Week WASHINGTON, D. C, June 24.— Teamsters vice-president James R. Hoffa said today the schedfuled meeting of the unions executive board next Monday at Los Angeles has been postponed for at least a week. The meeting, expected to be a showdown on ousting, Dave Beck as president, apparently was postponed because of Hoffas trial here on bribery conspiracy charges. N. E. Railroads Charge Denial Right WASHINGTON, D. C, June 24.— Northeastern, railroads charged today that they are being denied the "right to compete" by discriminatory rates on freight moving through New York, New England, and Canadian ports. Arthur E. Baylis, vice-president of the New York Central, made the statement on behalf of nine Northeastern railroads in testimony filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission today. Uphold Ban on Mailing Obscene Material WASHINGTON, D. C, June 24. — The Supreme Court today upheld the constitutionality of the federal law that bars sending obscene material through the mail. FOREIGN: Soviet Destroyers, Tanker Enter Red Sea SUEZ, Egypt, June 24. — Two Soviet destroyers and a Red fleet tanker sailed out of the Suez Canal today and entered the Red Sea. There was no indication that they would linger in the Red Sea, close to the potential Aqaba Gulf trouble spot. Russian Military Bulid-Up Sizable LONDON, England, June 24. — Diplomatic sources said today a Russian military buildup in Syria has now reached "sizeable proportions" and* that several hundred Soviet military experts have arrived there along with hundreds of civilian technicians. Nineteen Red Migs Over Truce Zone SEOUL, Korea, June 24. — Nineteen Communist MIG jet fighters invaded the air over the central area of the demilitarized Korean truce zone today. MacMillan-Ike Talks to Form Basis LONDON, England, June 24. — British Prime Minister Harold MacMillans Bermuda talks with President Eisenhower will from the basis of the commonwealth prime ministers conference which opens here Wednesday. Report Offensive to Overthrow Peiping MOSCOW, Russia, June 24.— The Communist-Party newspaper Pravda informed the Soviet people today that Right Wing elements in Communist China were trying to organize an "offensive" to overthrow the Peiping Communist regime. Expect Adenauer Back at Work Today • BONN, Germany, June 24. — Chancellor Konard Adenauer, who has been suffering from a mild attack of grip, is expected to return to work tomorrow.

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