Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 3, 1972 · Page 43
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44 GUEELEY (Colo.) TlllHU.NH Wed., Mny 3, 1072 '.Warm spring days mean more cars on our highways, reminds HID Slate Pnlrol. Let's give oilier drivers Iho sumo break we liope to get from tlieni. Whatever this fabric, whatever Ih8 fashion, Faraft offers only the finest for 1ha man who knows and expects the best. Fara Press · While · Grey .'· Brown WOUNDED AT AN LOG -- South Vietnamese airborne soldier wounded in recent adion at An Lou, South Vietnam, is helped from helicopter at Lai Klie, 20 miles north of Saigon Thursday. Helicopters have been [lying in fresh troops to the beseiged city of An Lou and bringing out (lead and wounded. (AP Wircphoto via Radio from Saigon) Gravel War Study Debate Kept Under Senate Wraps By JOHN CHADWICK Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- The': Senate has kept a shroud of secrecy over its debate on a move by Sen. Mike Gravel to make public a classified Viet-i jnam war study. For four hours and six minutes, senators met behind locked doors late Tuesday and then adjourned without voting (o lift the injunction of secrecy on the session. ."I can't tell you anything," Acting Democratic Leader Hob-, Record is a study, classified se- eil C. Byrd snid lo newsmen | crel, that assessed the Vietnam afterward, jwar situalion for Presidenl Nix- He filed a Senate rule that; 0 " shortly after he took office makes any member who clis-]' 11 1BK) . closes whal goes on in a closed; T it 1 e d National Security session subject (o expulsion andjsiudy Memorandum 1, and run- any employe to dismissal. Ining'to over 500 pages, it con- Other senators were equally close-mouthed, but it was reported that the issue may be debated at another closed session, possibly Thursday. 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I Gravel, an Alaska Democrat, iwho has declined lo say how he I obtained a copy, said that in his judgment the study contains no military secrets and (he .public is entitled to (he infor- imation. Last week, Acling Republican I leader Robert P. Griffin of i Michigan blocked Gravel's at- I tempt lo obtain unanimous con- ·senl lo place (he material in (he record. Griffin said il would be highly irresponsible for an individual senator lo take il on himself to declassify governmenl documents. Last year Gravel startled his colleagues wilh a tearful reading of the (hen-classified Pentagon papers at a midnight meel- ' ing of a public-works subcom- inillee after he had been I blocked in an effort to read Ithem in Die Senale chamber. Favorite Son Leads in D.C. 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