Wisconsin State Journal from Madison, Wisconsin on September 29, 1969 · 4
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PAGE 4, SECTION 1 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1969 Sfors one Stripes Called 'The Hanoi Herald' r v - - , Aviation Pioneers Receive Test Pilot Awards Charles A. Lindbergh, left, the first man to fly non-stop from New York to Paris, and Neil A. Armstrong, right, the first man to set foot on th Moon, compare notes at the 13th annual awards banquet of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots in Beverly Hills, Calif., Saturday night. In the center is Mrs. Robert Hoover, wife of the president of the society. Armstrong was made a fellow of the society, the top honor that can be bestowed on a member; Lindbergh was made an honorary fellow. The Iven C. Kincheloe Trophy, for supreme accomplishments by test pilots, was awarded to Air Force Col. James A. McDivitt and Air Force Maj. Jerauld R. Gentry. McDivitt commanded Apollo 9, which did the first decoupling, maneuvering, and rejoining in space. Gentry is a project test pilot in the program to develop a space shuttle craft. Lindbergh, who rarely appears in public, accepted the award personally. At his request,.. no advance word of the ceremony was given to newsmen. Af Wirephot Madison Recreation News Additional information about any of the following programs, offered by the Madison Public Schools Department of School-Community Recreation, can be obtained by phoning 257-9561, extension 220. JUNIOR RIFLERY There ire only live spaces remtinlng for high school boys end girls, eges 14, end over, to enroll in the lunlor ridery class which starts on Monday, Oct. (, at the University Rifle Range from 4 to t p m. Call the above-listed office number to preregister. FAMILY SWIMMING . Family swims are held weekly at ell four high school pools from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The cost is 60 cents per adult and 30 cents per child with a special family rate posted at each school. Children must be accomoanied by a parent. Monday nijhts at LaFoliette, Tuesday at Memorial, Wednesdays at East, and Thursdays at Vvest. There is also family swimming at the four pools from 3:30 to 5:X p.m. on Saturdays, following the youth instruction classes. YOUTH SWIM All four pools will be open for the rec- Those n grades 5 and 6 can swim from 7i'" "J-.w..r "-to I D.m. Students in grades 7, I, and 9: 2.L A''a.le; Wednsday evenings at ran s,im from i to 9 o m. and those in '"""pi i-ovreu; ana i nursaays at grades 10, 11 and 12 can swim from 9 to To p.m. The cost is only 30 cents per swimmer. for physically handicapped adults will begin next Wednesday, Oct. I, at the Lap-ham Orthopedic Pool. The cost Is only SO cents for this 7 to 9 p.m. swimming time. ADULT CLASSES The adult recreation classes start the week of Oct. 6 in 20 various locations. Full information about snerifit timM i On the brochures mailed to all rMirint ot Madison and School District I. Several classes are ti led or neartv fi ed. Th following programs still have -mare for registrants. Contact the recreation office enner oy pnone or send in your registration and fee to P.O. Box 219, Madison 53701 now. Sports and Fitness far Men Mondays at Kennedy and Orchard Ridge; Wednesdays at Elvehjem, Lowell, and Muir; and Thursdays at Gompers, Midvale and Van Hise. 30 Plus for Men Mondays at LaFoliette High School. Recreation and Exercise for Women Tuesdays at Schenk (Not Thursdays as SWIMMING FOR HANDICAPPED Kennedy. Trampoline and Dymnastics for Men and Women Tuesdays at Memorial. Badminton for Men and Women Recreation and instructional swimming I Open also to students in grades 10, 11 and AN CPEF J LETTER TO: The Citizens and Legislature of Wisconsin While your cost of living and salaries , go up, you ask welfare recipients: 1 . To live on $39 to $52 per month per person. 2. To deprive their children of adequate food, clothing and shelter. 3. To deny their children of the dignity and security that comes from having two parents in the home. 4. To let their children fend for themselves without adequate babysitting or Day Care serv- ' ices being provided. 5. To discourage their children from having friends in the home because it is poorly furnished. . 6. You, by the budget action, demand and require that welfare recipients live without hope or pride. For the little saving of 1 i cents a week, can you really do this in good conscience? You have succeeded in cutting children and families off of the welfare rolls! But are you prepared then to assure them all of: 1 . Decent Housing in a reasonable price range. 2. Jobs that payali vmg wage. 3. Education and training for those pushed out of the school system. 4. Day Care services for all children at reasonable prit.es. On behalf of the low income families of Wisconsin, we urge you to think of their welfare. fam Ceeftty KeW Start Cerent neviurf (wnirf (eoMmnrtv Attien (enmittien leer i Cltwch Women United Welfare lijkl Oraeniialiens Antef kee AiteiietiM ( University Wsmen lC frteanh at Seeti Medoon NeinhteilMee1 Center AutknritrA anil jinirl jitr h prirntr rnnlrihuHnm. Head Start Mrs. $heren Dtxrem, 110 Webb Avenue, President 12 when accompanied by a parent Thursdays at LaFoliette Middle School and Tuesdays at Memorial High. adminton Ciub far Men and Women Mondays at Memorial. Volleyball for Men and Women Tuesdays at LaFoliette and Thursdays at Franklin. Beginning Iridge Instruction Tuesdays at Lake View, Wednesdays at the Madison Community Center and Thursdays at Kennedy. By EDWIN Q. WHITE LONG BINH, Vietnam UD - T-ie United States Army an nounced Sunday that Col. James Campbell, an Army spokesman who criticized the military newspaper Pacific Stars and Stripes as a "Hanoi Herald," has been reassigned. The Army indicated that a speech which Campbell wrote for a Pacific information offi cers' conference was the reason for his transfer. The Army said the opinions in the speech "do not reflect the opinion of this headquarters." CAMPBELL, WHO had been chief U.S. Army information officer in Vietnam since Feb. 14, was scheduled to take over as editor of Pacific Stars and Stripes in January. There was no immediate disclosure of his new assignment, other than it would be within U.S. Army headquarters, Vietnam (USARV), here in Long Binh, 15 miles northeast of Saigon. Lt. Col. Ross Johnson, deputy chief of information at Army headquarters, declined to say whether plans for Campbell to take charge of Pacific Stars and Stripes might be changed. In a statement Sunday, the Army said: "Col. Campbell has been reassigned within USARV headquarters. The opinions attributed to Col. Campbell-in the Associated Press article reference to the publication of treasonous arti- I cles and the general lack of sup- Jr "foV. D,nt Port of USARV by Pacific Stars ritic of Service Paper Shifted Interrtiediit Br Jot Mondays LaFoliette and Tuesdays, t Cherokee. Planetarium Series Tuesdays at Me-; morial Oct. 7 to Nov. 4 only); also open to students in grades 10, 11 and 12 when accompanied by a parent. American Ballroom Dancing Tues days at Cherokee; Wednesdays at teh Madison Community Center. j-4 r - It's a suit, yes. But consider it an investment. Fwo pants, two-ply, ail wool. 77? A blue chip suit at a longer wearing-. And the growth stock price! f ii s impeccauiy bi-.weu and impeccably tailored of super-line 2-ply wool worsted ' fabrics that are : lustrous, richer looking", stronger, second pair of pants is an extra dividend in value. The best new colors, in plaids, muted stripes and solids. ; , Make your investment in a proven performer. Richmans. ..A and Stripes do not reflect the opinion of this headquarters or the command." JOHNSON, WHO said he would serve as Campbell's replacement until the chief information job is filled by a 'full colonel, the rank prescribed for it, said the speech criticizing the newspaper originated with Campbell and had not been sanctioned by a higher level of , command. Campbell greeted newsmen c h e e r i 1 y at his house-trailer quarters at Long Binh but said he could not comment on his reassignment. Johnson delivered the speech written by Campbell to a closed session of the U.S; Pacific Com mand information officers conference in Taipei on Sept. 3. Campbell did not attend - the conference. Last Thursday, however, Campbell told the Associated Press: "I stand by all I said in the speech. It remains the view of USARV." IN THE SPEECH, Campbell had said: "I think this conference will be interested in learning that the Pacific Stars and Stripes has earned for itself the title of 'The Hanoi Herald.' Perhaps this may seem a bit harsh, but we of U.S. Army Vietnam feel that there is more than just a bit of justification for it." Campbell, in the speech, described as "treason" one battle report by a Stars and Stripes re porter. He pinned a similar label on an Associated Press story about an Army unit that refused for a time to move into action. Criticizing the Pacific Stars and Stripes account of one bat tle action and the use of num bers of casualties in U.S. infantry company, Campbell said: ' "Whether these figures are true is completely beside the point. It is my contention that such irresponsible reporting is absolutely devastating to the morale ... of all soldiers. It is also my contention that such reporting in the Stars and Stripes, of all publications is of tremendous aid and comfort to the enemy." "NOBODY IN USARV is trying to muzzle the press. But USARV does insist that the Stars and Stripes accept the responsibilities of reporting. "Nobody expects Stars and Stripes to be a smile sheet and report only tapioca news. But the Army does expect and is not getting a fair shake from the Stars and Stripes." Earlier Sunday in Tokyor where Pacific Stars and Stripes is published, Lt. Col. Jesse N. Townshend, editor-in-chief, said he considered the criticism unjustified. ' "I consider it as a complaint of an individual, and he's got a right to his opinion," Townshend said. "He undoubtedly was emotional about it. "Stripes reporters follow instructions laid down by higher headquarters which state that they are to report in a fair, impartial, objective, accurate, and balanced manner." .. COIN SHORTAGE NEW DELHI, India ) - The 20 paisa coin worth 3 cents is practically out of circulation. 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