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By walking out of the State UAP meeting and later removing his papers and other personal effects to the Independents room at Parlia- ment House Mai T K Maltbv MLA Barwon added ficsh interest to tile UAP dispute jesterdav

No comment was made later cither by Maj Maltbj or by othei UAP members but it is believed Maj

Maltbys action is linked with lils attitude last week in * dissociating himself from the party s resolution rejecting offers of a separate meet- ing with the United Australia Or- ganisation He said then he believed the organisation should confer Im- mediately to settle its differences Maj Maltby continued to sit on the Opposition cross benches last night and has not renounced UAP mem bctship

Mi Hollway UAP leader >aid last night no fresh moves had been planned at jesterdaj s partv meet

ing Members discussed the possi- bility of re-forming the mensoiganl satlon on the lines of tlie AWNL

In reply to the Parliiunentaiy UCPs request for an immediate meeting with ccntial council the council has stated tint a suitable occasion would be its neu ordinary meeting in February Tlie Parlia- mentarians who wished to discuss the attitude of central council and Hie official organ the Countryman to the Parliamentary party and Go- vernment have not yet decided whether this offer suits ahern


Addressing a meeting of Brighton Beach AWNL branch last night Mr Holt MP said recent happenings In the UAP in Victoria indicated theie would have to be a drastic oveihaul of the organisation The Victorian position was liable to lead to some- thing of the same soit In the Fed- eral party They would have to pull together as a political fighting force One of the basic leasons for dis- satisfaction was that the party had been in office so long that it liad neglected its political oiganisation Hather than take precipitate action State and Federal parties should ex- change ideas and there was a good prospect that early in the new j ear they would again be a united foi ce