Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1974 · Page 24
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May 1, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 24

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Officials Told To Check Prison Brutality GKKKNVILMO. Miss. (Al) -- Mississippi Penitentiary officials have :in days to investigate brutality charges and report back Lo U.S. District Court Judge William Kcady. Keady issued the directive Monday after civil rights lawyers a.skcrl Ihut prison officials be held in contempt of court for violating an order against corporal punishment. The judge's order against corporal punishment \v;is issued after his 1972 decision declaring the Parchrnan prison's conditions unconstitutional. Civil rights lawyers claimed that in rccwiL months inmates were beaten by guards. Kcady said he wonlti delay action on the contempt motion until prison officials report to him. He also told the officials to submit any new disciplinary rules imposed since the arrival of Supt. Jack Reed in December and security chief Robert Slrcis in February. Ready said after two days of hearings that Ihe new administration "should have an oppor tunity in Fully investigate ai those charges." The judge said he- would not act against any civilian guards accused of brutality until the officials give their report but 'the fact that some of the guards' names keep coming up is disturbing." Civil rights lawyer Herman Wilson, representing Hie in- nates, asked the judge Monday ,o hold in contempt the guards 'specifically named in affidavits" by inmates who charged ,hey were beaten. lie compared the Parch man itiiatiun to Watergate and said 'a man .seemingly of good will" had subordinates who did 'bad things" which their superior denied knowledge of. James Ward of the attorney general's office countered that Heed had dismissed some guards mentioned in past brutality charges. Ward said Reed should have a chance to investigate the others. i'iird also said that neither the inmates nor their lawyers contacted Reed or Streis about the alleged boatings. Kcady told prison officials they must put any IICAV regu la lions in writing and they must see to it t h a t inmates charged diseipliary offenses get written notice before their hearings. The new rules included two mentioned in testimony bv Streis and Sfit. Bobby Jolly, who is in charge uf the maximum security unit. One was a suspension of exercise privileges for up to five days at the unit if an inmate destroys a mattress or plumbing fixtures. Another, since revoked, called for taking mat- Iresse.s out lor airing during days after inmates were noisy at night. Ready reminded officials lhat his 1972 order slated inmates could be punished only "for conduct which violates an existing penitentiary rule or regulation," and then_ only after written notice 24 hours before a hearing before a disciplinary panel. IMttf, 1974 · 25 Trip Photos Can Be Fun ....If Just as you would have- your car inspected before taking a vacation trip to make sure it's running smoothly, check your camera. Shoot a test roll of film before leaving. If the pictures are satisfactory, can lie reasonably sure the camera is working properly. If not. bring it to a dealer and have him check it over. When you pack your camera for the trip, the first thing to do is "unpack" it and keep it handy for any photo scene that presents itself en route. It won L help to .see just the shot you want if your camera isn't easily available. A word of advice: film is perishable. Heat and humidity are harmful to film. In sum mer, don't put your camera or film in the trunk, glove com- reflect Ibis, parlmetiL. or on the rear-win-1 iow deck. The handiest place i "or your camera equipment is: on the seat be.sirtc you. CAR PICTUKKS While driving lo your cam- ming site, ymi will want to take 1 some pictures. It Is always best ; a ' s t o p the cur, but sometimes this is nut possible. If you must shoot from a moving car, shoot through the front window. Jf you shoot out of tlie side window, the foreground of y o u r picture will in? hlurry. Hold your camera as steady as possible without bracing it against the car, because vibration will blur ynnr pictures. Campers, more than other vacationers, have a love of the outdoors iuifl a f col ing for nature. Ynnr pictures s h o u l d The most a t t r a c t i v e nature pictures often are those taken close-up -bloom, the the shells Mowers in unusual rocks your child finds. e\ p cn (he load he brings back to camp', all are perfect subjects for close-up shots. l/ilh extreme dose-lips, it's important to measure distance accurately. An easy way lo do piece of string. lo.sMin distance; W b a 1 e v c r c your camera permits, measure this distance with a siring Find lie a knot at lhat point. Tape one end of t h e string to (he- lens mount of your camera and you're ready for perfect close- up shots. touches the flower; then drop the string and shoot, When taking pictures in a forest on a sunny day, you will find excessive lighting contrasts, from the dark shadows spawned by the t r e e s lo Ihe bright sunlight when the .man shines through. To a Void this striped c-ffcct. scenes in the dorp woods .ire best when taken on fin overcast day or in ha/,y .sunlight. An exposure meter wilt IK? a big help. M O U N T A I N S Bright sunlight, is bust for distant mountain vistas, hnl don't overlook dramatic: storm-cloud effects. Generally, mountain scones are improved by cros* color ful flmvers. The** will frame your picture. it o f f , and crciile the desired depth. Y o u r family silhouetted against a setting sun is always a good shot lo include in your picture-story. If ymi can 'ook at Ihi' sunset without squinting your eyes, it can be photographed in color. In other \\ords- with automatic cameras, wnil unti] tiic sun is below the hori/on or behind a cloud, and then shoot. Graduates N'avy Coiistructionman Recruit Michael P. Counts, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Counts To take a picture of a flower [lighting, plus a foreground of Pinnacle Slar lloute 2. for example, simply hold the 'object - a child looking at LhoKlkins. graduated from recruit siring in front of t h e camera and move in until the knot s c e n e , overh ringing lree|lraiiring nL the .V;n~;il Training brunches, a rushing stream, or 'Outer at Sun Diego. C;ii : f. MISS MARY S1PES . . .wins scholarship EPC Awards Scholarship Miss Mary Sipes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sipes of Route 1, Wcsl Fork, has been designated by the Scholarship Committee of the A. C. Arbofi- ast Scholarship to receive its $400 scholarship award for the 1974-75 schon] year. Miss Sipes graduated from West Fork High School Ihis year anrt will attend Ihe University of Arkansas this fall. ( She plans lo become an ele- = montary school teacher. The scholarship is awarded annually, on a competitive- basis, to an employe or son or daughter of an employe of EPC of Arkansas. State Medical Assistants To Meet Friday Tlic American Association of jYlerlical Assistants Arkansas Stale Society will linUI its 2lHh a n n u a l convention Friday through SunrEay in I lot. Springs, Gov. Dnle dumpers has proclaimed (lie week of Jlay 5-11 as Medical Assistants Week. Tlio critical ion sessions for this mod ing will include history of medicine, total liip replace ment, pricing of the heart, cos- mesis. changes in TJlitc Cross. Medicare. Morliemlc, radiology, nloliiryngology, death ami dying and medicine and religion. Saturday evening will feature a banquet and danirr \vitli II. S, represent a live John Paul Ha m merseh rn id L H,S t he speaker. Cliel I.anr.'k of "Lmn and Ahner'' fa me wil 1 emcee. A11 medical assistants are invited lo attend. Audubon Society To Convene Friday; JONKSRORO -- Northeast \ Arkansas' Aurlnbori Society and : A r k a n s a s .Stale University, (ASLJ will host Ihe twentieth' annual spring mooting nf Ihe Arkansas Andnhon Society (his weekend in (lie Carl R, Reng Center. i The mooting, featuring field j trips, exhibits, .seminars, guest i speakers, luncheons and a !an! riuef, will open Friday and c o n - [ chide Sunday. | Field (rips will he offered to Manila Wildlife Refuge. Crowley's Ridge Stale Park. Rurri-. ctte Heronry, the St. frauds' River at Lake City. Clay pool's Reservoir. Craighcad Forest, Nellleton Sewage Ponds anrt the Jonesfxiro Airport. The trips will begin at 7 a.m. Saturday. Sunday seminars will involve 1 such topics a.s the Wood Duck.; field ornithology, study of the] Great Horned O w l , parasites o f i the Common Gracklc and \ r co·! tropical Birds, I Guest speakers w i l l he Roland! C. Clement, vice president of| the National Atrdithmi Society and Dr- John Boarllo-s, chairman of the Division of Biological Sciences at Arkansas Stale University. Clement will speak on Friday night and Beadles on Saturday night. Dr. Karl Hanehrink, ASU biology professor and vice president of the Arkansas Audnhon Society, is coordinator lor the meeting. IEE SALE STARTS TOMORROW TOWEL OPEN 9:30-8:30 SAVE 20% OF V A L U E S FIELDCHEST and SPRINGS MILLS TOWELS A rainbow of fashion colors either in solids, florals and tone on tone prints. All with a soft velvet touch. LUSTRE Bath towel, Reg. $5.00 .. $4.40 Hand Towel, Reg. $3.50 .. $2.80 Wash Cloth Reg. $1.30 $1.00 DECORATE GALORE \ perfect time lo accent ·our home with these leautif ul decora lor pil- ows from "Well Made" ind "Nettle Creek''. All ;hapes and styles, classic 'el vets cords, and bro- :ades. Reg. $2.98 to $18.98 Sale $2.35 to $15.15 B E D S P R E A D S 15% OFF All Regular Slock bedspreads on sale. Choose from solids and prints, also beauliful prints and velvet border. Fitted and throw styles from ''Bales", "Fieldcrest", "Kenneth Home Fashions" and others. Reg. Values $10.98 to $69.98 Sale $9.30 to $59.45 ON THE ENTIRE STOCK Linen Dept. STREET FLOOR A PERFECT WEIGHT DETECTO the beautiful new world of "Bathtique". All ilyles and colors. Reg. $5.98 to $17.98 Sale $4.75 to $14.35 ROYAL VELVET BATH ACCESSORIEE TO accent your balh in these beautiful accessories, a rainbow of color lo choose from. Strt. lid -- Reg. $3.49 -- 32.95 King lid -- Reg. $3.98 -- 33.35 I'ank set--Reg. $9.98--88.45 Contour rufi--Reg. $9.98 --S8.J5 20x34 oblong--Reg. $S.9B -- 57.60 24x3fi Oblong--Reg. S9.9S -- SR.45 27x46 ohlong--Reg. $1-1.08--$12.70 A R E S T F U L NIGHT SAVE 15% Fiberfill The Ultimate in sleeping comfort Std. Queen King Reg. 5.98 Reg. 6.98 Reg. 9.98 Sale $5.00 Sale $5.90 Sale'$8.50 "Court" Crushed Duck and Downed Std Reg. $12.98 Sale $11.00 Queen Reg $15.98 Sale $13.50 King Reg. 17.98 Sale $15.25 "Acme" -- Mattress Pads Reg. 7.98 to 16.98 Sale 6.35 to 13.50 BEDDING DEPT. STREET FLOOR TABLECLOTHS Entire stock on sale Choose from linen-look, ·ayon and polyester in solids, prints, plain or fringed. All ipermanent press and soil release. Your :hoice from our famous manufacturers. Round's Reg. $5.93 -- $24.98 Ovals--Reg. $3.98 -- $25.93 Oblongs ------Reg. $4.98 -- $26.98 Sale $3.35 £99.90 R A I N B O W OF SHOWERS From K-C shower curtoins in a rainbow of solid colors and prints, vinyls and luxurious taffetas and flocked voiles. S A V E 15% ON ENTIRE STOCK Reg. $4.98 to $12.98 Sale $4.20 $11.00 HOME FURNISHINGS DEPT. STREET FLOOR ROMANY TERRAZZO - BERMUDA DETECTO -- the beautiful new world of "Bath- tique". The luxuriously deep-quilted ensemble with charm of the old world, the elegance of the new. Full size hamper, cushioned lid. Reg. SI 8.98 lo $22.98 Sale $15.00 to $18.35 Oval Basaket Reg. $7.98 Sale $6.35 Auto zero pelal scale. Never needs ad- juslment.Reg. $12.93 to $16.98. Sale $10.35 to $13.50 Space Sever Vfriyl covered cabinet with sliding doors. One or Iwo shelves, bros* plated polos extend lo B'6". R-rg. $28.98 to $31.98. Sale $23.10 to $25.50

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