United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-14


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UNITED PRESS NEWS BRIEFS NATIONAL Advocate Attention to Use of Space SpaceNEW NEW YORK May 13 The Carnegie En ¬ dowment for International Peace recom ¬ mended today that serious attention be given to proposals for EastWest agree ¬ ments to bar competition over military use of space Joseph E Johnson president of he organization said in the endowments fortysixth annual report that control of space could alter perhaps decisively earthly strategic balances Johnson said it was unlikely that Soviet Russia or the United States would deliberately unleash a war of nuclear dimensions dimensionsiisenhower iisenhower Shudders at ForeignAid Cut CutWASHINGTON WASHINGTON May 13 President Eisenhower told Republican congressional eaders today that he shudders at the thought of any further cut in his foreign aid bill The President said he thought ic could not meet the world situation if here is another cut The aid measure was the main topic of discussion at the Presi ¬ dents weekly meeting with the GOP legis attve leaders leadersThumbs leadersv v Thumbs Down on ReciprocalTrade Pact PactWASHINGTON WASHINGTON May 13 Republican legislative leaders told President Eisen ¬ hower today his reciprocaltrade program cannot be passed in its present form They gave the President this report at his week y White House conference with GOP louse and Senate leaders House Repub ican leader Joseph W Martin Jr said the President did not indicate how much cur ¬ tailment of the program he might accept acceptAEC AEC Reveals Another Nuclear Explosion ExplosionWASHINGTON WASHINGTON May 13 The Atomic Energy Commission says another nuclear explosion of the current N S spring series has been set off But the AEC wont tell the size or type of test The AEC an ¬ nouncement said the explosion was de ionated yesterday at Eniwetok Atoll It was the second test blast in two days and the third announced test in the current Hardtack series The first test in the series was set off April 28 It was not made public until May 7 after Rep Charles O Porter DOre disclosed it in a House speech speechSenate Senate Tackles Two Recovery Bills BillsWASHINGTON WASHINGTON May 13 The Senate tackled two economic recovery bills today an emergency extentsion of unemployment compensation payments and a longrange program to help cities and areas suffering chronic unemployment unemploymentFOREIGN FOREIGN FOREIGNBlames Blames Administration for Demonstrations PARIS May 13 Raul Haya de la Torre political leader and leader of the Apra party of Peru today blamed the Eisen ¬ hower administrations policy toward Latin America for the antiNixon demonstra ¬ tions in Lima last week In an interview with the United Press he said Mr Nixon said that the government of the United States can not express disapproval of dic ¬ I tators without being accused of intervening in the internal affairs on a country but the government of the United States does intervene in favor of dictators when it lends economic aid to strengthen their regimes President Eisenhower himself conferred the highest military honors on dictator Manuel Odria who usurped the civil power in Peru PeruNixon Nixon Greeted With Mixed Cheers Jeers CARACAS May 13 VicePresident Richard M Nixon arrived here today the eighth stop on his South American tour and was greeted by mixed cheers and jeers Jeering students shouted Nixon go home mingling their shouts with a booming 21gun salute in Nixons honor and the playing of the United States and Venezuelan national anthems by an army band A crowd of about 3000 was on hand to meet the vicepresident at the airport In downtown Caracas another crowd estimated at 5000 and made up mostly of students had formed and was marching on the tomb of South American liberator Simon Bolivar where Nixon was to lay a wreath wreathUnion Union May Take Over Plantations PlantationsSINGAPORE SINGAPORE May 13 Indonesias pow ¬ erful Communistled Sarbupri Farmhands Union warned today it may take over plantations whose American or Nationalist Chinese owners combat what it considers suspicious acts The unions central board mentioned strikes and boycotts as possible alternatives to outright seizure seizureFrench French LibraryALGIERS Nationalists Sack U S Library ALGIERS May 13 A mob of young French Nationalists stormed and sacked the American Cultural Library in Algiers today A spokesman at the U S Consulate here said the Voilng rioters were led by some older people one of whom was waving a French flag

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