United Press News Briefs, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-12


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j I UNITED PRESS NEWS BRIEFS NATIONAL Textile Union Agrees to Oust Hyman Hymanj j WASHINGTON May 10 The 44000 member United Textile Workers Union has J hasJ agreed to out vicepresident Burton Hyman of New York City in accordance with an AFLCIO order President George Baldanzi Baldanzij j said the union would investigate and report to the AFLCIO executive council on the charges that Hyman used dues money for his personal benefit The UTW Executive Board agreed to the cleanup directive probationary status and a monitor to over ¬ see its affairs It faced the threat of sus ¬ pension from the federation unless it com ¬ plied pliedInvestigate Investigate Heads of Butcher Unions UnionsWASHINGTON WASHINGTON May 10 The Senate Rackets Committee will open an investiga ¬ tion next week into the activities of two brothers and the New York butcher unions they lead The committee ended its inquiry into the labor and financial affairs of the Food Fair Stores of Philadelphia yesterday and will return to work next Wednesday to start the New York inquiry Committee chairman John L McClellan DArk ordered the transcripts of the Food Fair hearings sent to the Justice Department to check for possible violations of the Taft Hartley or other laws lawsThousand Thousand Scientists Meet on Research ResearchBURLINGTON BURLINGTON Vt May 10 About 1000 scientists from both sides of the Iron Curtain gathered today for the first Inter ¬ national Congress on Radiation Research The University of Vermont whose campus will host the gathering announced the meeting is the first of its kind on an inter ¬ national scale The radiation scientists scientistsi i previously met in smaller groups either in this country or in Europe EuropeSeek Seek EmployesALBANY Recognition for C S Employes ALBANY N Y May 10 Gov Averill Harriman last night called for greater recognition of the work done by civil serv ¬ ice employes The governor told the 75th annual Dinner of the State Civil Service Department that if the government is to continue to attract and hold able men and women needed then opportunities for ad ¬ vancement and greater public recognition must be enlarged enlargedFOREIGN FOREIGN FOREIGNArmy Army EuropeHEIDELBERG to Honor Employes in Europe HEIDELBERG May 10 The U S Army in Europe will honor its thousands of European employes May 17 when American forces throughout thd world celebrate Armed Forces Day Special events for em ¬ ployes at more than 100 installations will feature the programs which will include I weapons displays parades band concerts athletic events picnics and dances dancesFlood Flood SuppliesWARSAW Victims Get Relief Supplies WARSAW May 10 Authorities began the distribution today of a shipment of American Red Cross relief supplies for Polish victims for recent floods The sup ¬ plies were brought from Frankfurt yester ¬ day in a U S Air Force C119 flying box ¬ car The supplies included cortisone Salk vaccine gamma globulin comfort kits and school kits kitsj Saenger Predicts Rays for Defense DefenseBONN BONN Germany May 10 German space scientist Dr Eugen Saenger predicts that energy rays will some day be de ¬ veloped to disintegrate attacking aircraft and missiles and form a perfect defense Saenger wartime V2 missile expert who now heads his own missile research labora ¬ tory in Stuttgart said in a speech yester ¬ day that it would take only a fraction of a second to send the rays into the sky skyRebels Rebels Appeal for Volunteers From Asia AsiaSINGAPORE SINGAPORE May 10 The Indonesian Rebels appealed today for freedomloving volunteers from Asia to join them in their fight against Soviet Colonialism Insur gent Lt Col Ventje Sumual broadcasting from his stronghold at Menado on Celebes Island also urged Loyalist airmen who be ¬ lieve in freedom to desert to the rebels No End in Sight for London Bus Strike LONDON May 10 The London bus strike went into its sixth day today with no end in sight but the threat of a rail walk out which would tie up traffic throughout Britain appeared to have eased slightly Londoners appeared to have adjusted to the absence of buses The Chamber of Com merce said the strike has caused a certain certainJ amount of inconvenience but nothing more On the rail front Labor Minister Iain MacLeod failed to bring the na nationalized tionalized transport commission and the railway unions any nearer agreement at a meeting yesterday He will have another chance when the talks resume Tuesday

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