The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 11, 1967 · Page 8
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September 11, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

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THE NEWS. Frederick, Maryland M*Ml*y. September 11. 1*7 Classified Information Under Fire WASHINGTON (AP) - Some ·enators are irritated because they're unable to use in debate ·lassified information they acquire in dealing wkh military and foreign policy They complain that secrecv requirements imposed by the Defense and State departments often hinder them in making an affective public case for \ iew points n ccntrove 1 Mai issue The protests have appeared with increasing frequency in floor discussions, committee hearings and official reports No senator has suggested elimination of the authority of the Defense and State departments to classify material in the interest of national security The authority extends o iran- c i i p t oi testimony of ^ongres- -lonal c immittens at which rep- resentatives of those departments appear. But some members sav the authority to keep information secret has been abused ··The members of the executive branch of the government have gone far out of line in classifying material to which the American people are entitled," Commented Sen Joseph S. C lark, D-Pa during a debate on defense appropriations. Chairman John C. Stennis, D-Miss., of the Senate preparedness subcommKte, has said Congress should 'insist upon our rights and not be satisfied when the administration sends matters back and dec'ares they are classified " He suggested any agency seeking to keep secret the mate- ilal it has submitted to Congress be required to appear before the appropriate committee to justify its position. In debate over whether U.S. military aid to underdeveloped nations should be curtailed, for example, each side insis'ed it could prove its case to the publi" if it were not for the secrecy requirement imposed by the executive branch. True debate is impossible under such a handicap," said Sen Albert Gore, D-Tenn Urging approval of the cutback, he questioned whether national security required secrecy for the amount of U.S. military aid that went to other nations. Chairman J. W Fulbright, lJ-Ark., of the Foreign Relations Conumtee said if all the facts about military aid were known ' it would be difficult for the ad , ministration to obtain the money." Rocky Ridge C orrespondest Mrs. John o. Kaas Mrs. Elizabeth Hilty and granddaughter of Gettysburg, Pa., spent Saturday with her brother, Mr. Horace A. Smith. Harvey M. Pittinger s p e n t one day of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wantz. , Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Pittinger ST. attended the picnic , and supper held by Oak Hill! Church at Mount Tabor Park,, Rocky Ridge, on Saturday eve-j ning. Miss Judy Ann Pittinger of Rockville spent Saturday with johnny and family and Johnny her father. Guy E. Pittinger and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. 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