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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - December 28, 1957, Butte, Montana Butte weather mostly Cloudy few Snow flurries through sunday. Expected today 40 tonight 20. Friday Max. 31, min. La. Unsettled Price 5 cents Butte Anaconda Montana saturday morning december 28, 1957 established 1876 vol. A Xxxii no. 150 sen. Chavez forecasts Battle Over $40 billions for defense asks administration to first use All available funds two teenagers Man two killed killed in two As gunmen state Auto accidents a car Washington w a two gunmen ejected from a ninth Street night spot in an argument Over their Check shot up the place Friday killing the owner and a guitar player and seriously wounding i a Blind pianist. The killers then kidnapped a 19-year-old girl student and her army private Friend and fled South in the latter a automobile. Near Richmond. Va., they released the couple unharmed and continued their flight southward in a second commandeered automobile. The Trail then led southward through Cheraw s.c., near the North Carolina line. Police at Hamlet n.c., said a 55-year-old Richmond a. Negro woman related that two men stopped her car on . I Between South Hill and Petersburg a. She said they took her car and drove to a wooded arca near Cheraw where they put her out and bound her with pieces of her clothing. Tile Fri issued warrants naming the fugitives As Henry Clay Overton 44. And Wayne Carpenter about 22. Washington police said Overton has a Long record of assault. Housebreaking and larceny. The Fri warrants charge unlawful flight to avoid prosecution for murder. Shot and killed at the to Del restaurant were George p. Kaldes 33. Native of Scranton. Pa., who bought the a continued Page to col. 4 woman revived by electronic resuscitator Butte woman 84, terribly burned in Home Washington w a sen Cha Fez d no tuning up for the congressional Battle Over defense spending suggested Friday the Eisenhower administration use the Money it has before asking for a big increase. 1 new funds alone is not the answer to today s needs Quot he said in a statement Quot and no budget 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 Quot there will be some rough going in the i Congress. Chavez is chairman of the senate1 appropriations subcommittee which handles the annual defense Money Bill. He proposed that the administration. Instead of asking for increased funds consider redistribution of unspent billions already voted by Congress. Quot it May Well be that some reprogramming will he necessary and that it will accomplish the purpose Quot he said. Eisenhower is expected to present Congress with a 40-billion-Dol North Bellmore n. A fit Mon Henry Griffin left and Norman Rodgers hold hands of mrs. Alexandria Skoch after the 74-year-old woman was revived by new Type of electronic resuscitator shown beside her bed. Mrs. Skoch had suffered a stroke. Firemen from this Long Island Community said her breathing had stopped and they could detect no pulse. A i he electronic resuscitator shoots impulses into nerves that control the diaphragm. The stimulated nerves Force diaphragm to contract As in Ordinary breathing. Polio vaccination program in state unfinished russians offer economic Aid at Cairo Parley Moscow talking with two voices Moscow of a Moscow radio had a few kind words Friday for natos proposal for an East West foreign ministers conference. Pravda the communist parly newspaper criticized the nato conference plan Only thursday asserting that an East West meeting would be used to make Quot More accusations against the soviet but a Moscow radio broadcast beamed to North America said the nato proposal was the first hopeful sign of Good relations Between the soviet Union and the West. The broadcast even charged the United states with trying to avoid a foreign ministers conference. If that cannot be done. Moscow said the United states will Quot put up conditions that the talks could not Lead to any results Worth speaking this suggested that the russians might be willing to accept a meeting on a foreign ministers level. Previously they had demanded a full 82-nation discussion in the United nations or barring that had hinted they wanted a Summit meeting of government chiefs. A Moscow is talking with two voices on this Issue. While this statement indicated a possibility of Concession it seemed unlikely the russians would go that far. This broadcast was beamed to North America and intended to impress americans with peaceful Sov let intentions. Other soviet statements however suggested a distinct unwillingness to Budge on the Kremlin a disarmament talks stand pravda Friday pressed the soviet proposals for a Summit conference and russians disarmament plan. The newspaper said Quot the imperialists refuse to abandon their dangerous play with the fates of nations and with determination continue the line of intensifying the cold War. Developing it into a hot Montana Toast it a partly Cloudy East considerable cloudiness West portion through sunday scattered snows w e s t e r n mountains Little temperature change except colder Northeast portion lows saturday night id-30, except 5-15 Northeast portion continued Windy along East slopes Continental Divide. Montana West a mostly Cloudy through sunday some Snow to times Little temperature change highs saturday and sunday 30-40 lows saturday night 15

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