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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1957, Billings, Montana 72nd 240 Asso Oatrid press ii incs Montana saturday morning december 28, 1957 United press Chavez sees struggle if defense budget hits 40-billion Mark education Aid of 150 million to be proposed expansion sought in mathematics science courses Washington Ufi the administration s Aid to education pro Gram Friday was reported to pro pose More than 150 million dollars for 1958-59 to expand and improve the teaching of science and mathematics. This would b the major Effort in a program now being put into final form for presentation to con Gress next month. Sources in position to know said the Over All program would pro pose expenditure of Between 200 million and 250 million dollars in the first year. The program would involve both the National science foundation and the dept. Of health Educa Tion and welfare which includes the office of education. The science foundation would receive considerably More than 50 million dollars in the first year it was reported to expand its pres ent efforts to promote the teach ing of science and matter at All Levels. The welfare dept. Would Start several new programs expand and improve teaching of science and math in High schools at a Cost of about 100 million dollars the first year provide Federal scholarships at a Cost of 8 to 10 million dollars the first year for talented High school students who could not otherwise go to College finance Federal fellowships in the continued on Page 5, col. 5. Weather forecasts Billings and Cloud Tebu and Southw Csc winds saturday followed by Northwest wind and rain or Snow showers Vicinity saturday night and sunday not so Cool saturday Hakh 45. Low saturday night 28, cooler sunday Alrh 44. East of Cloudy cast cloudiness nest portion through sunday scattered snows Western mountains Little temperature change except colder Northeast portion lows Satur Day night 15-30 except 5-15 Northeast por Tion continued Windy along cast slopes Continental Divide Wyoming partly Cloudy saturday scattered Snow showers Northern mountains Cloudy sunday with Snow in mountains and occasional Snow showers lower elevations Northern and Western portions. Increasing wind and warmer saturday Windy and colder sunday highs saturday 30s Southwest 40s elsewhere Airport weather data from untied states weather Bureau or 34 hours ending at . Friday maximum 40 minimum 25 precipitation none to far this month .05 total for same period of december it year ago .53 total since Jan. 1. 21.2i total for same period a year ago 10.60 Normal for dec. 1-27, .50 Normal for Jan. 1 to dec. 27, 13.02. Hourly temp i .thurs.-5 . 9789 10 11 12 12345 36 35 34 33 31 31 30 30 30 30 31 30 hourly temp. 6 a. . Fri 7 s 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 30 30 27 26 27 32 35 3b 40 38 40 35 Sunrise today . Sunset . Montana and out of state data Max. Max. Man. Belgrade Broadus Butte Cut Bank Dillon Drummond Glasgow 10 Chicago 20 Denver 40 11 Elpaso 65 17 fort Worth 61 Lolor Nanri june. 43 13jkfinsns City 52 31 great Falls Havre Kalispell Lewistown Livingston Miles City 40 mis soul a 36 w. Yel tone 17 Whitehall 32 Albuquerque 43 Boston 1fi Casper 26 cheyenne7 31 Lamar 44 24 Leadville 25 los Angeles 68 27 Minneapolis 38 19 new Orleans 6fl 19 new York 44 17 okla. City 55 27 Phoenix fi7 i Salt Lake 35 in s. Francisco 53 28 Seattle 47 40 Spokane 35 09 st. Louis 44 17 Washington 47 precipitation West Yellowstone .03, Chicago .06. Grand Junction .03, Minne Apolis .01. Seattle .15, st. Louis .17. Vital statistics births Boyi mob. Of told f. Kim blk 1126 n. 22nd st. My. James Alton 1721 kill ave. N. Mrs. Norman Archer 635 st. Johns ave mrs. Leonard a. Al Lweln 242 Broad water ave. Mrs. Donald k. Appleman 1012 with st. W. Deaths Arthur Toens 71, Cody Wyo. Frank b. Moore 74, 603 n. 25th st. Patrick Larry Kelly 51. Gillette Wyo. Marriage licenses James a. Fuchs 21, and Frances Derain 19, both of Billings. Mylor Kuusler. 26 great Falls and Margaret m. Henman 20, Billings. Cole l. Macpherson 22, Missoula and Thea Mae Williams. 21. Billings. Vernon w. Ott Legal age and of Ayle m. Setters Tecu Legal age Bot i of Billings. Vlaho o. Heinanen 28, and Dolores a. Wai Rod. 20. Both of Billings. Donald h. See 25, Salinas and Bernice Jurovich Billings. Ronald d. Curtis 32, and Mildred k. Braten 26, both of me Teetse. Wyo. Stephen Dutton Hefner 20, and Virginia Samk 18, both of Billings. Olynn m. Of Delro 27, Waltham and Monica j. Beer 20, Billings. Andrew Ruiz 34, and whoa Flem at 35. Billings. Clyde Devon Heath 24, and Roberta Mae Pitt both of Lovell Wyo divorces asked Ella Ruegamer from Emerson Lee gamer Elvira m. Wittmer from Harold Wittmer. Divorces granted Vera Anderson from Otto Anderson. Matle l Gritta irom Lloyd of Oral Len. Patricia Louisa Morrison from scuse Leroy Morrison. T fire Calls Tooni in Chris Sartor ii orc. 2414 5th ave. S., destroyed by lire at . Fri Day. Fro dept. Investigating. Garbage can Alley behind 307 8. 32nd at., . For Law. No dim age. Declares new funds alone not answer to today s needs Washington us sen. Cha Vez tuning up for the con Gressional Battle Over defense spending suggested Friday the Eisenhower administration use the Money it has before asking for a big increase. New funds alone is not the answer to today s he said in a statement and no budget such As suggested by unnamed White House persons in the press will get an if president Eisenhower asks for a record peacetime budget of 40 billion dollars for the defense dept., the senator added there will be some rough going in the Congress. Chavez is chairman of the sen ate appropriations subcommittee which handles the annual defense Money Bill. He proposed that the administration instead of asking for in creased funds consider redistribution of unspent billions already voted by Congress. It May Well be that some re programming will be necessary and that it will accomplish the he said. Eisenhower is expected to pre sent Congress with a 40-billion-Dol Lar plus defense budget next month including an extra two Bil lion for missiles and space vehicles anti submarine defences and new bases on which to disperse the strategic air Force. The Money would be for the fiscal year starting july 1. Defense spending in this fiscal year had been estimated at around billion dollars. But last week Secretary of defense Mcelroy Dis closed he intended to ask con Gress for a billion More for use before june 30. It would be in vested mostly in the missile pro Gram. The Wall Street journal in a Washington dispatch reported Fri. Day the administration proposes trial a special 500-miilion-Dollar fund be made available to exploit any breakthrough in the missile satellite Field. The newspaper said this would be on top of the extra two billion reported to be going into the de sense budget for the fiscal 12 months beginning in july. One purpose of the fund the new York paper said would be to make it More difficult for the democrats in Congress to come up with still larger missile spend ing reap political Hay in the process. Decision is near Gettysburg a. the administration has neared a decision on the size of its big mis continued on Page 5, col. 6. Jurist denies accepting bribe Chattanooga Tenn. Up criminal court judge Raulston Schoolfield emphatically denied Friday night that he accepted a bribe to quash a conspiracy indictment against 13 teamsters in 1952. Schoolfield who refused to appear before the Senate rackets committee to answer testimony that had been passed by the teamsters Union to fix the Case replied to the charges in an hour Long address Over Chattanooga stations def and def to. The judge confirmed testimony by asst. Dist. Ally. Gen. Harold Brown that Brown had turned Over to him on behalf of a Bondsman named Sam Jones for his 1954 gubernatorial Campaign fund. Schoolfield indicated he had no knowledge As charged before the Senate committee that it came from Spence Galloway who had been convicted in his court of receiving and concealing stolen property. Galloway later was paroled. I have probably done Many things for which i am not Schoolfield said but i assure you that none of these things Ever involved the taking or giving of a bribe the judge acknowledged that a third charge made against him in the committee hearings was True he had failed to make a report of his expenditures in his Campaign for governor Schoolfield referred to the com Mittee s investigation As the most contemptible plot and conspiracy that has Ever been my misfortune to have a part in and most assuredly to be the target he also criticized a number of persons including committee Vest gators the committee chair Man sen. John Mcclellan d sen. Estes Kefauver d gov. Frank Clement of Tennessee and several Chattanooga figures whose names were de continued on Page of col. 4. Landing Craft for pier leaping car Carteret . A car that went off a pier is High and dry atop a Cabin Cruiser. Police said the car owner John Muzyka 36, drove the car off the end of the pier but that it hit the Cabin Cruiser instead of the water. According to officials Muzyka was despondent Over the recent death of his girl Friend. A witness saw Muzyka swim ashore and police traced him through the License plates. The boat was owned by Allen Kirchner. Of wire Holo. Crippled cargo plane with Crew of six men makes Safe Landing Boston a crippled Globe master my cargo plane with a Crew of six aboard landed safely at Logan Airport Friday. The triple tiered military air transport service plane devel oped engine trouble Over the Atlantic while in route from the azores to Dover Del air Force base. One engine conked out and a second failed to function properly. Inquest slated in Auto death Delano remmi6k, 16, of 1025 Hansen Lane was released by Bil Ings police to his Mother Friday on the basis of her written state ment that she would bring him be Ore a Coroner s jury which will probe circumstances involved in he death of Patrick Larry Kelly 51, thursday night. Billings police said Kelly was struck and killed instantly by an eastbound automobile driven by Remmick 200 feet Wesl of the 17th Street intersection and 1st Avenue South about 11 . Thurs Day. Mel Boice Yellowstone county Coroner said Friday an inquest Las been scheduled for thursday at 1 . David Reiter 26, of 119 Jeffer son st. Described by police As the owner of the automobile which killed Kelly and injured another Man appeared in police court Fri Day with his attorney and pleaded innocent to a charge of furnishing Beer to a minor. Otis Packwood police judge set next Friday at 4 . As time for trial. Reiter listed As a passenger in the automobile was released on Bond. Police said that a charge of allowing an unauthorized person to drive an automobile also would be filed against him. Kelly sheepherder and farm labourer from Gillette Wyo., was walking East to his Cabin at the Al Campo Motel near the fair grounds when he was killed. The death marked the first traffic fatality in Billings in Mon than a year. The victim was accompanied by two men identified by police As Ezra Bragg and Leo Brown both about 50. Brown was taken to a Billings Hospital for treatment of a Frac tured leg and Bragg escaped in jury. Both were identified by police As c. E. Maness police chief re ported that Remmick left two Pas sengers Reiter and a teen age girl at the scene of the Accident and drove to a nearby service Sta Tion where he called police. Maness said that when police arrived Brown with the assist Ance of Bragg had left the scene of the Accident. Both were found Short distance away. Maness stated that alcoholic blood tests from the victim and his two companions were being made. He said Brown and Bragg were accompanying Kelly to his Cabin to spend the night. Maness said the three were walking abreast at the time of the Accident. The chief said the East bound Trio were on the South Side of the Avenue. The last fatal automobile Accident in Billings occurred dec. 13, 1956. Billings had ranked Sec and in he nation for traffic safety until Kelly s death. Police said Kelly had a Sis Ter identified Only As mrs. Jones of st. Joseph to. The body it Smith s funeral Home. All asian and african nations Are offered soviet economic Aid 14 found alive 7 missing after Coal mine explosion Cairo Egypt or the soviet Union offered All asian and Afri can nations economic Aid Friday n a new offensive calculated to drive out Western Enterprise. The Kremlin coupled the offer with a hint that african and asian countries should nationalize West Ern operated businesses and exploit their profits As Egypt has done with the Suez canal. The soviet offer was unfolded n the non governmental african asian people s conference thai opened thursday with communist Ype slogans and attacks on what t called Western imperialism. Posing As big brother to Allun de developed countries a soviet spokesman promised Money with out strings attached in the forms of Loans or outright Aid plus technicians and economists to help the african and asian nations. But he qualified the offer thus we Are ready to help you As a brother helps a brother. Tell us what you need and we will help you and Send according to our economic possibilities Money needed in the form of Loans or in one breath the spokesman said we do not ask you to join any blocs or change governments or change internal or foreign pol but he followed that statement with the suggestion that one of the Best methods for underdeveloped countries to build their economies was to nationalize their industries and use the profits for Industrial expansion. He cited Egypt s nationalization of the Suez canal co. In july 1956 and Indonesia s current takeover of dutch enterprises As a Sample of what he meant. Such a course had worked the soviet Union and other communist countries he said. This was a most rapid and effective policy and the least pain Ful to the he said. The suggested nationalization could strike at Western Oil projects and vast Oil potentialities in the african continent and South Ern Asia. France s explorations to develop Sahara desert Oil Fields Are a prime example. The Kremlin s spokesman was Anushavan Arzumanyan Agafonow Rich director of the soviet inst Ute of world Economy and International relations at the soviet Academy 9 sciences. He is a member of the soviet asian solid drily committee. His speech brought cheers and Hearty applause from the 400 Dele Gates from 38 countries or depend ent areas. None of the delegates s supposed to be representing governments although government officials Are Here As party leaders rom some countries. Many of the delegates Are left is exiles outcasts or fugitives rom their own countries. Japan s 45-member delegation the largest s frowned on by its government at Home. The communist delegations rom the soviet Union and East european countries Are Here pm Nally As observers but certainly with the approval of their govern ments. Soviet president Klementi Vor Shilov cabled Solidarity Greet nos to the conference during the Day. Two men killed in Wyoming crash Cheyenne Wyo. We two Warren air Force base officers met fiery death Friday when their single engine training plane crashed on an ice covered Lake and disintegrated Over a half mile area of rolling Prairie. The two had left Cheyenne municipal Airport about . On a routine local flight fifteen minutes after Takeoff for no apparent reason their t2f Trainer crashed to Earth about eight Miles South of Here near the Colorado Wyoming line Anc a half mile from . Highway 87. As the plane crashed it spewed flaming Gas and Oil Over the dry Prairie setting off a Range fire in the area. Vegetation is Light and fire Crews from Warren of extinguished the fire within few minutes. Names of the victims were is withheld pending notification of next of Kin. Memory loser flunks lie test san Francisco Harry Jallon who claimed to have lost Lis memory for More than three months before Awakening in new Orleans Friday flunked a lie Detector test Aboul his acl Vilies during the Blank period. Gallon disappeared from san Francisco aug. 15 and was unheard from until Early december when he wrote his wife from new Orleans. The Day after he Digap Jeared his blood stained sports coat was found in a downtown Ash can Here. George w. Harman director of he firm which administered the in Detector test reported to san hate police it s my opinion that gallon probably has a conscious memory of his leaving san Francisco his Mode of travel and his activities during All of his stay in new gallon claimed he remembered nothing from the Lime he was walking on a san Francisco Streel As a successful insurance Salesman until he came to in new or leans where he was working As a construction worker. Gallon took Friday s lie Detector test voluntary to remove any doubt of my Story from every body s however san Mateo police detective sgt. Walter Otten who brought gallon Here for the test said to certain of the questions five in number gallon was not telling the truth Otten said that Harman offered to arrange for a widely known and highly qualified psychiatrist to give gallon a truth serum test but gallon declined the Otten added he stated he die not want to take it and there had already been enough in fact to much publicity concerning him investigation of gallon s Story began when new Orleans police took an affidavit from a Louia Blakeley who said he knew Gal Ion in new Orleans and that Gal Ion knew who he was All the time Otten said that despite the discrepancies and gallon s failure o the lie Detector test he knew o no charges that could be trough Dallas schools integration is deferred Federal appeals court overrules District tribunal Dallas Tex. Ufi the new Orleans Federal appeals court handed Dallas a breathing spell Friday by ruling that it need not integrate its Public schools Jan. 27. This Over ruled a Dallas District court order setting that Date. Dallas until Friday s ruling was the next big City scheduled under Federal court orders to mix White and negro students in classes. On the Street Corners in restaurants in neighbourhood gatherings and in Back Fence chats the big question had been will Dallas be another Little Dallas is an old South City and Many of its residents follow old South ways in negro White relationships. A wave of North Erners swept into the City after world War ii but the ratio re Mains strongly Southern in the pity of population. At the same time its citizens have shown signs of tolerance. No one could safely predict whether violence would have erupted had the schools been in grated at midterm As ordered. Conversations indicated Many eared it would. The decision in september or ering mid term integration came rom Federal judge William h. 88, who said he ruled reluctantly. Twice before that he is used decisions saying Dallas need of integrate and was overruled Ach time. The appeals court decision said Dallas school authorities should be accorded a reasonable further Opportunity to meet their primary responsibility of against the plea of the school 3oard that it needs More time he National Assn. For the advancement of coloured people has replied that the Board has had to years in which to begin in Gration since the original suit was filed feb. 5 ,1955. 3irl, boy die n car crash Harlowton we. Two teen agers were killed and three others injured Friday Naglit when the car n which they were Riding plunged nto a borrow pit on Montana Highway 6 about two Miles East if Harlowton. When and county Coroner d. E. Erkins identified the dead As Cay Jamison 14, and Gary Stoner 14, both of Ryegate. Perkins said Stoner apparently was the Driver of the car. Most seriously injured was Beth Ecklund 12, Barber. Hospitalized but less seriously injured were Jenny Willems 12, and Caroline Taber 12, both of Ryegate. Perkins said the car apparently leaded East about ., plunged off the Road near a y intersection and into the borrow pit. He said it apparently hit a keep Hole at the Bottom of the Orrow pit and bounced up again. The vehicle was reported badly damaged. One the survivors manager o climb from the wreckage Anc Flag Down help the Coroner said. Perkins said he plans no in quest. Miss Jamison was the daughter of or. And mrs. D. Jamison of Ryegate. Stoner was the grandson of Ray Bruner Ryegate. His parents were believed to be in Call Ornia. The deaths brought Montana s 1957 Teffic toll to 206, compared with 265 a year ago. Against him 30 facing threat of meningitis Frankville Iowa about 30 children and parents who attended a Christmas party in a Rural school hear Here were advised Friday to seek medical attention after one of the Young sters was stricken with Menin gitis. Mrs. Ruth Buddenberg teacher at the one room school said All of the persons who attended the party have been she said she called several families and others Learned of the warn ing by word of Mouth or on radio or television programs.1 the parents and their children were urged to visit their doctors As soon As possible for preventive treatment which usually consists of a dose of . It was hoped that the Preven tic Campaign would nip the highly communicable disease in the unknown "carriei1." marshal who blasted Stalin and Zhukov presented Lenin award London marshal Ivan Konev Friday was presented the order of Lenin on his 60th birthday Moscow radio reported. The Broad cast said Konev received rus Sia s highest award for his services to the soviet army and to the nation As a whole. Konev is commander of the Warsaw pact Alliance some times known As the red he was most frequently in the news last month when he denounced former Premier Stalin and sex defense minister Georgi Zhukov As Mili tary plunderers. To Are hunted n dual killing Washington two Runken gunmen killed a bar Wner and a musician and serious wounded a Blind pianist in a looting spree Here Friday. They Len kidnapped a Young couple in Leir Auto and fled South. A police alarm was broadcast Iron ghost Southeastern states for in armed and dangerous kill is. The Fri joined the Hunt and barged them with unlawful flight rom the District of Columbia to void prosecution Lor first degree murder. One gunman was identified As Feiry Overton 44, Washington Jarber with a Long police record he other was identified tentatively s Carpenter 22, described s a real Hep cat who likes to Lay the shot to death As the result i n argument Over a bar Bill Here George p. Kaldes 33, owner of he to Del restaurant on 95th Street an area of numerous bars and taverns. Witnesses said he apparently had known the older Tiller for years. Kenneth Harlan Fisher 38, a hillbilly guitarist and Singer who worked in the restaurant. He was rated at the bar with another musician Thomas Sherwood and in Blind pianist Bernard j. Main a 23. Sherwood who found Refuge be and the bar with a waitress sue Harrington 21, said the Blind Man Iso took off but he did t know inhere to run and he wound up running toward the front where be gun the killers one wearing a red tarnation in his Lapel made their getaway from Washington after forcing their Way into a car in which pfc. Larry Monteith 21, of Outh Fargo n.d., and miss Doris Vla tingly 19, were parked. They released miss haltingly unharmed at a Richmond va., bus terminal. They then drove to Al Ierta va., near the North Caro Ina state line where they locked a Monteith in the trunk of his car ripped a big car occupied by Jne Man and continued their Light. Monteith escaped by Knock no a Hole through a sidewall. Police said the two men entered he restaurant about 10 . They consumed two fifths of whisky Hen put up an argument when presented with a 520 Bill. Kaldes forced them to leave and shortly afterwards began closing Lis bar. The men returned before he door was locked and with til started spraying bullets around the tavern from a Pisto my what appeared to be a sawed off Shotgun. Howard Porter Heads chamber Howard c. Porter president of Billings business College Friday was elected 1958 president of the Billings chamber of Commerce succeeding i. J. Staid a Carter Oil co. Executive. Other officers elected at a directors meeting in the chamber dining room were b. E. Longo Lisl vice president and r. W Gemmer second vice president they will succeed Porter and m. A Fitzgerald respectively. A photograph of the 195f Hamber officers is carried on Page 3 of this edition staid will hand Porter Thi Gavel and chamber Respo Sibil Ilies Jan. 6 Al a dinner meeting in the chamber for All 1957 am 1958 Board members and 195r and 1958 chairmen and vice chair men the chamber s 25 committees. Certificates of service will presented to outgoing directors Clark e. Simon staid a. C. Mad son and e. C. Nicolson. Board members discussed in creasing the chamber s Mcm Bei ship and appointing committe chairmen and vice chairmen. Workings on Border of West Virginia Virginia blasted Amonate a. We a Rescue order reported Early saturday 14 the 21 miners trapped in a Oal mine under the Virginia Wesl Irginia Border had been found live. The men were found in the Joy lading Section of the mine a ording to William Fullarton Spe Al assistant to the president of of Aholas fuel co., operators of in mine. A rumbling explosion apparent produced by Gas had trapped tie men some 500 feel under round late Friday. Fullarton said to work Crews two Motorman to foremen and one fire Boss Ere in the group. The Blasl occurred Aboul Ivi tiles from the mine entry Shaft n the Virginia Side of the Border he Shaft is Aboul 500 feet deep. Until the Rescue worker s report 1 con act with the men had been it off. West Virginia state police Earli r reported 20 to 25 persons were hied in the explosion. About 250 men were working in in mine at the time of the explosion about ., include supervisory personnel. The a ploys about 800 persons. James Crawford a Joy loader Lerator working about four Miles of the blast site said the sex Losion occurred in the Section far Lesl away from the mine Shaft. E said he heard a noise like a ate fall and then All electricity the mine Well off. There was some dust where he As working Crawford said bul was Able to gel from the mine safely. State and Federal mine officials ate the mine As gaseous. The shift working in the mine at in time of the explosion Well on i 4 . Aside from the Federal stale and nine learns Rescue Crews from Erwind and Mccomas in West Irginia were attempting to reach in wrapped miners. Ii was Only Aboul three Miles Way at Bishop va., where 37 men died feb 4 when an under round explosion occurred in nother mine. Both the Bishop mine and the mine where Fri a s explosion occurred the donate owned by Pocahontas fuel co. The arrangements at both mines re similar. The Shaft entrances re on the Virginia Side of the order while the tipples and most e the mines themselves Are in Vest Virginia. The Shaft Entrance of the Amo ate mine is 580 feet deep. The men believed trapped were work Jig at Aboul 583 feel. Mrs. E. P. Mcglothlin wife of in Tazewell county va., sheriff Aid All Law enforcement officers and been summoned to the Amo ate area Aboul 9 . Mrs. Robert Gray wife of a mine Foreman said her husband and worked the Day shift and had Een called Back to the mine Al . She said she did nol know continued on Page 5, col. 4. Remier gives ultimatum Jerusalem Premier David Ben Gurion Friday gave he left Wing Ahdout Avo a party to Days to decide whether it Tood for him or against him. He was expected to resign if the enlists ignored his ultimatum. Ahdout Avo a had until Sun Day s Cabinet meeting to decide whether it would support the Premier. The specific Issue was Beh Gurion s demand for Constitution Al changes enabling him to fire he Ahdout Avo a Cabinet minis ers who leaked details of a secret plan to ask West Germany or arms. The leftists already have rejected a request that they re sign and under the existing Constitution the Premier cannot fire hem. His Only recourse is to re sign and then form a new Cabinet excluding the leftists. Observers Here believed Ben Gurion would take this step Only As a last resort. They believed the Premier would do everything he could to persuade the if tills to remain in Lis coalition Cabinet and to share responsibility for is decisions. The reforms Ben Gurion asked would make in a crime for any Cabinet member to leak government secrets and would empower the Premier to fire Cabinet members with the consent of two thirds of parliament. They also would require Mem Bers of the present coalition to remain in the government until the elections scheduled in the summer of 1959. To support Cabinet decisions unless the leaders of. Their parties authorized them to do otherwise. To compel their party organs to refrain from attacks on Mem Bers of the government belong ing to other parties

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