Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 11
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 11

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, March 5, 1968
Page 11
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Heavier figures are assured of the control they need ... front panel, sta-up top waistband. From a very famous maker! Sizes 27 to 36. Reg. $9. Leisure-Loving Shifts Now ,, 5.99 You'll recognize the famous label on this cotton shift style... choose the print in tangerine and green or pink and black. P-S-M-L sizes. Reg. $9. Famous Maker Terry Dusters., ,, ,,,, ,, 6.99 Great for after shower or bath ... or by the pool! Assorted styles in fun-lovin g prints and solids. Cotton terry in sizes small, medium. large. Closer Ties Seen With Clifford By Joint Chiefs On Decisions' WASHINGTON (AP) - Senior military officers are predict ing new Secretary of Defense Clark M. Clifford will consul! them earlier in the decision- making process than did Robert S. McNamara. Throughout his seven years as defense chief, McNamara contended he consulted the Joint Chiefs of Staff often and that they were brought in on the formation of policy more than ever before. But military leaders complained that their views were solicited by the civilians, in effect, only after the course of action had pretty much been decided. One member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said privately, "McNamara relied mostly en, his systems analysts and other civilians on his staff for advice," and that JCS members were asked to comment after the "scenario" was set. The implication of these and similar remarks was that senior military officers anticipate the influence of the civilian "whiz kids" will be downgraded under Clifford, and that he will lean more on the chiefs for c«*sel. Both Clifford, who warworn, in last Friday, and President Johnson have indicated they expect the 'jop civilian control of the armed services to remain as firm as it became under McNamara. Johnson pointedly stated that "control of the military will reside firmly and forever in hands of men that are directly responsible to the people." This was interpreted as a warning to the generals and admirals not to challenge Clifford's supremacy. During his Senate confirmation hearing Jan. 25, Clifford was asked whether he had any doubt about the "authority of the secretary of defense to control the decisions" of his department or the subordinate parts of it. "No, sir," said Clifford firmly. "These last seven years have been an interesting illustration of the ability of the secretary to utilize the powers that presently exist in order to make the principal decisions," he added. Clifford played a pivotal role in drafting the legislation under which the armed services were brought together under a unified Defense Department more than two decades ago. It is unlikely that the generals and admirals would undertake any overt challenge. But there has been speculation the armed services might try to test the new secretary's mettle and his determination to retain a tight rein on the military. Senior officers also predict Clifford will undertake a kind of missionary work with Congress before the administration proposes new programs. McNamara's technique, they said, was to present the facts and figures at a formal hearing, with no attempt at informal personal lobbying on Capitol Hill. "Congressmen like a little personal attention from the secretary of defense," said a member of the JCS. "McNamara couldn't bring himself to do this." Some top military men said they think Clifford, a long-time attorney and Washington political pro, will use what one general called "lawyer's logic" in dealing with Congress rather than laying down McNamara- type statistics and cost-effectiveness data. Town Fire Horn Honks Reduced CUMBERLAND, Maine (AP) -- Cumberland residents at the annual town meeting corn- plained about the noise of their fire horn. Fire Chief Philip A. Ghase said testing of the horn has been reduced to once a day, and that when the horn is needed, its signal is sounded only twice, instead of four times as in the past. He added that the horn is no longer used to announce such things as neighborhood suppers. Books Beat Out TV CORVALUS, Ore. (AP) -Men students at an Oregon State University residence hall have decided to give, up their TV room in favor of a reference library and reading room. The students voted to allocate $50 from ih« social fund to help buy the books.

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