Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 30, 1972 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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Section C Page* 1.12 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Illinoisans lead prison reform plan CHICAGO - Two Illinois corrections officials will lead a national effort for prison reform. They are Peter B. Bensinger, director of the state's Department of Corrections, and Joseph S. Coughlin, assistant director. Bensdnger has been elected preisdent of the Association of State Correctional Administrators, while Coughlin next year will become president of the American Correctional Association. Praise for their selection came immediately from Gov. Bichard B. Ogilvie, who declared: "This is an unprecedented opportunity to put into practice the lessons learned in reforming prisons everywhere. "With our No. 1 and No. 2 men heading the two national bodies of administrators and professional staffs, Illinois clearly has attained first rank among the states." Bensinger, who will hold a news conference in Washington Wednesday (11 a.m., National Press Club) to reveal the association's plans, declared: "My immediate objective will be to seek maximum cooperation between all the officials of state, federal, Canadian and major-city prison systems who are members of the association. "There is virtually unanimous agreement that the political and philosophical isolation of separate prison systems must be ended by the adoption of uniform policies and procedures. "The aim, of course, is not uniformity for its own sake, but rather more modern policies concerning disciplinary procedures, mail regulations, access to news media, health services, racial Issues, classification and ' "assignment of inmates, and other significant matters — on a national basis. "Many systems have much that can contribute to the national prison reform effort which has received the enthusiastic support of Chief Justice Wan-en Burger, Gov. Ogilvie, and other professionals and laymen in all parts of the country. "Nobody likes to operate a 'school for crime.' As a group, we are determined to make the prisons of the United States and Canada places where more and more offenders can be released with the skills and attitudes which will make them productive members of society. "A major effort must also be made to convince the public — and employers in particular — that unless we are prepared to make a place for released prisoners, they have no way to go except to return to criminal activities." Nuiin wins overGambrell in Georgia By The Associated Press A youthful Georgia state legislator has won an upset over the appointed successor to the late Sen. Richard B. Russell in a runoff election for the Democratic senatorial nomination. In neighboring South Caro- 1 i n a ' s Primary Tuesday, Democrats chose a scholarly state senator to run against incumbent Republican Sen. Strom Thurmond and forced veteran Rep. John L. McMillan into a runoff. Georgia state Rep. Sam Nunn, 33, rode a tide of rural and urban votes to claim the nomination from Sen. David Gambrell. He will face GOP Rep. Fletcher Thompson in the Nov. 7 general election. Nunn, a small town lawyer and farmer, hailed his win as a victory for political amateurs. An admitted underdog after the Aug. 8 primary, he maintained rural strength and eroded Gambrell's urban support to score the upset. In South Carolina, state Sen. Eugene N. "Nick" Ziegler, 51. a Florence attorney, defeated John Boll Culberlson of Greenville for the Democratic senatorial nomination. Jap foreign minister says . , . U.S. is 'heaven-sent friend' Air ace interviewed Capt. Steve Ritchie, right, of Reidsville, N.C., talks with newsmen in Saigon Tuesday. He downed his fifth MIG to make him the Air Force's first Vietnam ace. Left is his co-pilot Charles De Bellevne of Lafayette, La. Ritchie made the fifth kill Monday. (AP Wire- photo) State circuit court clerks will meet at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE - St. Louis Cardinal shortstop Dal Maxvill and baseball announcer Mike Shannon will bs the speakers Friday at a noon luncheon at the first statewide meeting of circuit court clerks at Edwardsville, Willard V. Port ell, president of the Illinois Association of Coail Clerks said today. Committees will meet Thursday and the main convention will begin Friday at 10 a.m. at Holiday Inn, Edwardsville where Chief Circuit Judge Michael Kinney and County Board Chairman Nelson Hagnaucr wiu welcome guests and participants. Portell, the state president, is circuit clerk of Madison County. William Madden of the administrative office of th? Illinois Supreme Court will be the principal speaker at '.he 11 a.m. session Friday. I n f i e 1 d e r Maxvill and Shannon will speak a 1 norm. State Sen. Sam Vadalubene. Dem-Edwardsvil'e will address the state meeting at 1:30 p.m. A luncheon is Air travel price hike recommended WASHINGTON (AP) - A newly published study on air traffic congestion has recommended that airports charge higher airplane landing fees and that airlines charge higher ticket prices for flights during the busier hours of the day. Ross D. Eckert, assistant professor of economics at the II n i v e r s i t y of Southern California, made the recommendations in a 63-page study on airport congestion and at a news confertnce Tuesday. The study was published by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. Eckert said airport landing fees now in existence vary with the weight of the aircraft but not with the time of the flight. These fees, he said, tend to make the costs of runway use lowest for aircraft most likely to contribute to congestion—the smaller, slower propeller-driven private and business aircraft. weo Chiffon Margarine Blue Bonnet Margarine Frozen BirdsEye Awake Aunt Jemima Pet Kb Frozen Cobblers Banquet Frozen Cream Pies 14 oz. Pkg. MORTON FROZEN MINI DONUTS 'pk" HONEY BUNS l-ft BLUEBERRY 9Woz MUFFINS Pk *- m rm+^r^mmm 49 Each Nlsbury H V^ HY Button* fisarits Ljpton CALORIE Lemon Tea Mu FritDS Com Chips ^Ur Decaf instant Coffee Kobey's Shoestring Potatoes Hunt's Manwich Sandwich Sauce Read's German Potato Salad Bead's Ibree Bean Salad Carnation Coffeemate Face Guard D | d T Razor Blades Kleenex Designer Towels 9W oz. otx Pk 9 . Z20 ^$1.04 53C 99C IOC 39C 360 38c 11 oz. Pk 9 . 4 02. Jar IV; OZ. Can 15V.- OZ. Cm 15 'A oz. Can IS'/.* oz. Can 4 Pkg. ' Economy Roll 38C Wkh-Rnnp Italian SALAD 38,».<M If ION UUIIC llUllal loRESSINGvJ BtlnJ)l. Prices Good Thru Sat., sept. 2, 1972. *Specla.1 Label Offer. scheduled for 6 p.m. and the participants will attend a Cardinal game at 7 p.m., Pirlell said. By JOHN RODERICK TOKYO (AP) - Masayoshi Ohira, the man chiefly responsible for Japan's foreign policy, calls the United States "a heaven-sen! friend," but says Japan can no longer one-sidedly depend on it politically, militarily and economically. The 62-year-old foreign minister will be at Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka's side in the two-day summit talks with President Nixon in Hawaii. Tanaka regards himself as primarily an expert on domestic problems, and lie leans heavily on Ohira. Ohira holds the Foreign Ministry portfolio for »;he second time in 10 years \nd is further buttressed in thj U.S.-Japan talks by a term as minister of international trade and industry. He is the main architect of Tanaka's lightning moves to recognize China and will ac> company him to Peking for talks with Premier Chou En- lai, expected late in September. Shortly before his appointment Ohira, spelled out his views on diplomacy in an article in the Asian quarterly review Pacific Community. He puts relations with the United States first, but says there is "an excessive ten- dency for emotionalism and curiosity to color our attitude." "We must get. rid of our feeling of always depending upon the United States and expecting if to pamper us." he says. "We must seek in deepen our understanding of the United States from a position as close as possible to that of an equal partner." He sees Japan taking on more of the burden of its own defense, but without acquiring unlimited defense power, re- turning to militarism or acquiring nuclear weapons. "Until now," he continues, "we have maintained our security under the nuclear urn- bre'Ja of the United Stales and tinder the protection of t h c U.S.-Japan security treaty. 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