Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 20
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B-4 Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, January G, 1971 Aviation buff, produces own show ED w AK nsvn, LK '"Aviation Spotlight." hoard every Saturday at 10:40 a.m. over WSIK-FM. features Ted C.arcia. a Southern Illinois I'n i v e r s i t y mass coin- municalions major from Fairview Heights. Aviation editor and a member of the news staff at SI I' ' s primarily stuclenl- operatccl radio station. Garria not only writes the script for his five-minute program, he produces and engineers it. As producer, he gathers his own sound effects, researches material and hunts the news. "I receive a great denl nl cooperation from Scolt Air Force Rase and P.ill Sisk of Sisk Aviation." Garcia sa? s. "1 also subscribe to several aviation periodicals." Garcia uses his own voice and records simultaneously. At first he used another engineer but decided doing it himself would increase his efficiency. "Television production is my goal." he explained, "and radio experience is providing me ex c e 11 c n t background. It teaches me the proper disciplines — writing, per- form a n c e and actual production. plus an appreciation of all the complexities of communication. I don't tape my interviews and use an actuality on the program only when I believe the news warrants it. "f guess you would call me an aviation nut." he grinned. "It's my greatest interest, in life. I do some sky diving, too. I like to do things and see things and I'm on my third motorcycle, so I guess you would say I like to fly high and low although I don't really race on my motorcycle. T just use it to get me places." Garcia earned his private pilot's certificate a year ago. training at Bi-State Airport. "Right now I rent a plane but, hopefully, I'll be able to afford one of my own within the nex! five years." Horn in East St. Louis, Garcia is a graduate of East St. Louis Senior High School ami the son of Mr. and Mrs. Red Garcia of Fairview Heights. H. and R FORK QUARTERS HIND Ql'AKTKKS .. Rhonda Fleming seeks divorce SANTA MONICA, f.'alif. (AP) — Rhonda Fleming filed Tuesday in Superior Court for divorce from her fourth husband, Hall Bartletl. n movie producer. The red-haired, ^recn-eyed actress, 48, was married previously to Thomas Lane, I)r. Lewis Morrill and Lang Jeffries. The marriage to Miss Fleming in Iflfifi was Bartlctt's third. IVoii'vn tried the Rest-Now try the REST! FREEZER BEEF 49c ,., SIDES 69c EXTRA >. SPECIAL Lb. All nrflcrs cut. wrapped, and delivered ALTON AREA ONLY — FREE! H, & R. MEAT SUPPLY Front * Alby st8 Alton, III. 465-4279 * Telegraph Want Ads get results! COMPARE ITEM FOR ITEM BUT ALSO Cowboy approach COMPARE THE ODBILL! 35ARLANS Quality Discount Foods : Mrs. Robert C. Scull, wil'e of New York art collector and taxi fleet owner, proudly displays a cartridge belt which has becomes the latest fad to burst onto the fashion scene. Mrs. Scull, who wore the bell to a black-tie party recently, thinks the belt are "cute and amusing" and says she "feels like Butch Cassidy" when she wears one. The painting behind her is entitled "Flags" and was done by Jasper Johns. (AP Wirephoto) PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU TUES. JAN. 12, 1971 WE GLADLY ACCEPT US.D.A. FOOD STAMPS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Court problems EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICE! Full Quarter Loin Sliced Into Pork Chops. DISCOUNT PRICED-LB. Burger says steps PQRK STEAKS ™ "•• 55 taken to clear up muddle EVERYDAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICE! By Mccllll Ser- Telegraph vice WASHINGTON — Chief Justice Warren Burger says "some first steps in the correct direction" have been taken to clear up the "management morass" of the judicial system. In a letter to all U.S. judges, the Chief Justice points out some of the glaring problems and possible solutions to the difficulties plaguing many large court systems. He says we have "grave problems on delay in criminal trials and there is undue delay in processing appeals." He adds "no system can rationally justify delays running into years between indictment and final disposition." Th e Chief Justice admits that most people cannot understand the complicated workings judicial procedure. Still, warns "public patience of he is running out and we must respond." lie explains two methods of response in this letter. Chief Justice Burger is very interested in a bill recently passed by the house and now awaiting the signature of President Nixon. The bill establishes a Circuit Court Executive for each of Hie 11 Mrs. Grossman to lecture at S1UE on Jan, 11 EDWAIIDSVILLE — Mrs. Edwin Grossman of the City Art Museum of St. Louis will give an illustrated lecture on Mycenae, Greece, Jan. 14 at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville. Mrs. Grossman is an honorary citizen of Mycenae. Sponsored by the English faculty at the Edwardsville campus, the lecture will begin at 11:30 a.m. in Jloom 3114 of the Science Building, ft is open to the public admission free. Mrs. Grossman, the former Betty Greenfield of St. Louis, received her A.B. degree from Vassar College, where she majored in art history. In 1951 she received her master's degree in that field from Washington University. Her master's thesis was entitled "Greek Vases in the Collection of the City Art Museum of S6J Louis." Federal Circuit Courts. The court executive will handle many of the mechanical functions with which judges themselves must now contend. The idea behind the bill is to speed up judicial process and give judges more time to concentrate on substantive matters. The executive will handle such tasks as controlling the personnel system of the circuit courts of appeals, administering budgets, conducting business and administration duties, and preparing annual reports. They will also serve as liaisons to the various state courts, and attend and record judges' meetings. To make sure only the best men are selected to help alleviate the judicial log-jam, there is an elaborate elective p r o c e d u r e . The. potential executives must be selected by a blue ribbon Board of Certification which is chosen by high ranking legal officials. The staffing of court executives is a second point in Chief Justice Burger's Id tor. He calls attention to the newly formed Institute for Court Management. The in- sliluU' offers a six-month, intensive course to train court executives "to act as administrative d e p u t i e s or assistants to judges in the management of multi-judge court systems." The Institute was cn'ati'il in late !!)(>!) after the Chief .lust ice told an American Bar Association meeting in Dallas that such highly trained personnel were desperately needed. The Institute is an in- d e p e n d c n t , non-profit educational corporation that operates out of the University of Denver Law Center. Thirty- one persons were in the first graduating class. But the Chief Justice says most of these people are already committed to other jobs. Chief Justice Burger says that the circuit courts may have to wait until the second class graduates in late 1971. "But it will be far more important to wait that to appoint persons who are not adequately trained," he says. The Chief Justice hopes to attract new blood into the judicial process through this program. 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