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Gaillard's Government Given Approval Vote; Furnas Hits Secrecy

AP News in Brief


PARIS, Nov. 19--France's Parliament, rallied by the nation's hurt pride over U.S.-British arms shipments to Tunisia, gave Premier Felix Gailard a resounding vote of confidence tonight by a 256-182 vote.

This vote gave the austerity-minded young leader special powers to lay down the economic law as he sees fit. It will mean higher taxes for Frenchmen.

The vote was taken as civil servants, perhaps a million strong, went on strike and shouted in the streets for higher wages. A desire to restore damaged French prestige abroad and fear of opening a new political crisis at home forced the deputies to go along with Gaillard's unpopular special powers bill.

Restrictions Criticized

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19--House investigators were told today the United States might be developing missiles faster if exchange of information were not kept under such heavy restrictions.

Dr. Clifford C. Furnas, former assistant secretary of defense for research and development, said he thinks better systems of trading information among development teams in the various services would be devised.

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