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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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. ARKANSAS TIMB, ··yenTM**, Arto-***. TweMtoy, March 11, 1*59 Is Mounting Accident Rate As Lost Man-Hours Begin To Cut Into Output SAM DAWSON iYqrk-OPj-Oii-trie-job ' in- 'ituries list .'year lost enough work ...haul's griUfe- United Stales to have jSutt .7$wyM[ five-room houses o: '.T,40tt l*t*t? m school buildings. '-'An/liwreatlnK number of com- nan!«s"«ri fighting the grnwlns in- iustriai accident rate-- It went up : itne per.' cent Insi yoar-- by. rc- Joubllni safety efforts and stng- ni.-varlbus types nf safely con- ·: arts'. $ · in the 'accident rate Y1 the Army-Navy .foolbnll -game, .Proctor nnd Gamble ottered . Ml;. ·ilff.3 10 cents off th« chare'* value, and a lost-time accldcntjcOKt SO cerits to every employee. The Injured employe himself ; losl $2.50 for a minor accident and $S for a lost- time one. The slogan quickly became: "Be careful- with my seven huc-ks." '· · " -. General Tiro and Rubber gave safely winners a Iwo-diiy, all ox- imnsc t r i p to a stole safety congress. B. V. Goodrich had a con- tcst In which prizes were all-cx- pense trips for .two. to the.. Kon- s"fcsrtTj;- due to the increasing | j^V Derby, Ihe World.Serlen and .lumbfcr.pf industrial worknrs nnd fc.'Ui?.,!change over to .defense j/brk,;. Which of Ion means using anjanilllar tools, according to Rob- frt-Matlox of the M u t u a l Insur- Shce 200lh Anniversary Commlt- Jefj. This sfoup represents 2,lun · -hutual fire and casualty compa- ..rties in.ihe country who arc ob- ;crvlhg the establishment of mu- ;uil.Insurance in America 200 · sjrs ago. ·- Mattox fjuoles Bureau of Labor ;;a"tlstics' estimates to show that Jirjrc than two million American Workers were disabled by work .'njlirles last year--about 10,000 of :he accidents being fatal--and 91,Mb moi-e persons suffering some yermanent disability such as a m - . filiation. p r i z e s .lot' letters on safely methods, Newport News Shipbuilding and DrydpcJt«'{Company has had safety jingle 'contests Owen-Illinois G l a s s * Company awarded cash for .safety slpgans, and one of Us plants gave a raoMo for the best safety suggestion. Children '·- sometimes get a chance to give the old man advice. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad gave savings bonds for essays on safety wrllten hy employes' children. And Wcstlnghouse Electric gave $100 .in cash, for essays on "Why My Safely," Parent Should Work Babies By The Mi 11 ions Add Up To Fortune For Inventor: By DOROTHY ROE (AxsnrUicd Tress Wofnrn's Kdltar) 'If you want to make a million,' concentrate on America's booming baby market. There arc more babies in the United States today, i h a n ' ever before in thistpry. They've been arriving at thc;raie of. 3'A to four million a year for the lust three years, w i t h "new records forecast for I9S2. Before that the baby boom of World War ·? :; 'The., committee Is working on. » j n had uppcd the I n f a n t population ' ' " f-«V .1* t.;;. ··'Ji .-·I- '· H" jf/S ·M« '« 1 -·'M '·sfabijltation program to return ;s::m»ny*of the 91,000 as possible j F';galhful employment. * . !; The g'rbwing accident rate has ' ."jut'ed mariy companies to step-up 1 · "·ifety. contests In their plants. : .7\6tmV'half .of the companies re- riegtiy,survey -by the Industrial -;-fnferftnce Board arc offering r . jash'^wardB for .safety . r'tcords. 5**' most-popular: prize in cither !, 'ihe departmental or the 'individual ' .-·ftiphyi Some companies give incr- .'rhindlsc, awards, for .soo'd sufcly .'Jccords and a few offer-cmploycp '.TM«w Srhemej c. Here'ore a f e w . schemes that ''-'iJrhe companies try, lypical of .iuiny others'In all ports of the ;!oliniri. .Most base Ihelr contests :'}«"· "frequency rate"--th|s la the · hUmber.of lost-time accidents per ;»iri-h.our! worked, r/ul - time. faint'an ln]ur):,.th«!.. kcojis . n i^orker.from showjns up" jit his \"iext regular shift..The pliant, dl- Cl'lilbii, or Indlvidiini with the low- :.jst frequency rate wins. .' " .; Kltnberly Clark runs a safety ·3ietbjr.for.lt field service crews in ·Vie^tlmber · and -paper business. 'j!|eb "owns 1 ', a former derby wlx- .ner'to run on,a, six-lime charl. For J6«')tors*'to run a mile, the crew .-nuit |o · 10 days without a lonl- · ?hn* accident. After such an nccl- ' )ent the'nrew' horse must ntart · i'jhe mile ov*r, Cash prizes are ;.'lv*ii lor wln,,«Kow tir plir(.' : ' S h e r w i n - W i l l i a m s Company ':' \»kea'-"each department c6rr)pet« -.·'tainst Its own past . record, In. lead of against each other. The ?.-rlie foes fo rlho best improvc- ·'.' .Tient, . '/· Humbln Oil and Heimlng Com- lany gives, each · plant a safety ~""oal. and hands out trophies to'! ; eiCh tmploye" when the plant J ichlevet. the goal, . Goals arc ; : (tipped up 10 per cent each time '-'·'.hey're achieved... . . '.^I'Tew Safety . . . . . . :.·;.(Chittiinooga't Electric -Board · ~ried a contest to halt Its Incrcns- .-j ng accident rate. Employes were V riven a "stock Issue," shares be- ·| : J)j| redeemable for $7 a f t e r - s i x ; Months If there were no accident*, j;8iit each minor accident nicked o astronomical numbers. If you can Invent a new nnd better kind of diaper, nursing hot- He, baby carriage.or toy, you're in the chips. The small customers are ready and waiting to put your product over the top. Marlon Donovan may not have had all this in mind when she invented a new kind of leak-proof illnpcr cover a few years ago. She wns more concerned with making her own baby daughter, Sharon, socially iicceplitblc. A career girl fran Indiana, Marlon had workc.-l on New York fashion magazines before . her marriage to .Tim Donovan during Ihe war. After the second baby arrived and Jim came back from overse'as, they moved to Connecticut and Marlon, settled down to bccoma.H housewife and mother. 1 f. nut .yo.U can't keep a career girl down.';; Marion ...couldn't find the kind fj'fTldiapcr she: wanted '^or. Sharon;- so slie decided W make one herself, Sh'e began by cutting up most of the shower curtains In the-house, For come time husband Jim had to take tiib baths. ·Vnnlly Marion perfected the ;rn of a diaper cover which was leak-proof at both legs and waistband, applied snap fasteners, and put It in action. When she saw how well It worked on Sharon, she cxpcrl- fn«hted with other materials, In- eluding rubber, plastic, rayon am nylon, Then she decided 'to pu her simple new invention on tin market. Jim, a sailing enthusiast, sup piled the' name. Said he: , "Call it boater, because, like a good'boat, .It's leak-proof." "Marion, an.(Irish beauty with blue. eyes, and shining black hair went at the job thoroughly.' Shi measured babies weekly at Belle, vue Hospital to achieve correc sizing. She tried out sample diapers on all the babies In Connecticut whose mothers she 1 knew. Then she contracted to have Ihe 'product maufacturcd. She made the diaper covers In pastels anc polka dots. The first year sales passed a million. Recently she sold her patent t a Shclbyvlllo, Ind., firm, for L million dollars, according to Harry Hanson, president of the Kennedy Company, which bought it. Now the Donovans have a third baby, and goodness · knows what Marion will invent next. At any rate ulic has discovered that there's a gold mine in bablei. Visiting Professor To Lecture On Indian Art pr Nlhar-Ranjan-Hay, visiting prpfessor of Indian art and culture at- Washington University in St. l.buls, will give * public lecture In the lecture room at the University Arts Center tomorrow at 7:45 p.m. · Dr. Ray, who received his Ph.D. degree In letters at the University of Lcydcn, Is Baglsvarl professor of Indian art and culture at the University of Calcutta. His lecture on contemporary painting in India will be . Illustrated with color slides. Used by thousands In rcducins diets--Junge't Roman Meal bread. 11-lB-tf g? CKE J- Ro:lt * breaks loose from a plane piloted by. Capt. Robert J. Morrison', Pa., as he.comes in lor a landing on escort carrier.USS Bairoko somewhere off the Korean coast No report is available to indicate if the rocket did any damage. Connally, Tail Trade Blows In Words Ohioan Critical Of Texas Senator^ Who Replies In Kind Washington-MVEnlivening the Dolltical war of words, Senator Taft of Ohio and Senator Connally of Texas .traded .sharp verbal vol- eys. yesterday from a shooting distance of about. 1,200 miles. Taft, s candidate for the Republican jresidenlial nomination, fired first rrom Houston, in Connally's home state. In a campaign speech, the Ohioan criticized the admlnistra- lon's h a n d l i n g of foreign policy mrl said Connally had declared a month before the Korean war tarled that "we wouldn't do any- hing about it if the Communists ,ovcd 'into South Korea." Connall}', a Democrat running or reelection to the Senate, an- wered from the Senate floor. HP ccuscd Taft of being a "cha- ncleon senator" willing to "sub- rdinatc his integrity and his ruthfulness in order to grasp ew -slimy, filthy votes." Connally's blast touched off cngthy and stormy debate, Demi rats came to his defense and Re ublicans lit into him. Hindsville Mrs. WMI Holland is recoverln rom an acute attack of orthriti Her sister,-Mrs. "Sis" Knoles Summers, is here to help ca U A R K | TOmTE "THi PiOPlt AOAINST O'HAKA" ·.^T", v STARTS WEDNESDAY . 'HOWS '" TMifo - 7:00-9:00 Alt*: Comedy It Cartoon Starts Wednesday A DAZZLING MUSICAL with TI GREAT SONGS! TWO TICKETS BROADWAY! MARTIN [ HAVEN: BRACKEN,, Thtofr* ECHNiCOLORS NOW SHOWING 7:20 1:10 PALACE 1:20 3:20 5:20 Th» Pirn!* King who lore Ihe oceam apart, fighting for the woman who wai the prlul "CAPTAIN BLOOD" ERROL FLYNN OLIVIA DE HAVILLANO Lover, Adventurer and Fighter that found no obstacle too tough! ·SHORT 9CARTOON COWBOY -The HOLIDAY '·Ailiil-Cai" JAMES STEWART ·ADAMS .(OF THE RIVER *iMMUN.|irtKimii-snpnrmcM. .LATE NEWS OZARK · STABTi |,JO . 3i20 .WEDMEiDAY »H5.7.2.||2»| OjU^ ' TH| WILD JLUt YONDIK" for her. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Whit field and son, Micky of Fayette yillc, were Sunday dinner guest in the home of Mrs. Whitfield' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosi Starnes. - . Mr. and Mrs. Jess Harp and daughter, Hester, of Stott City Mo., were visitors in the home of Mrs. Cora Va'ughan and Mr and Mrs. Curtis Vaughan Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day o Springdale and Mrs. Stella E Mason were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Nolen Chappell Sunday Mr. Day has been called as pastoi of the Hindsville Baptist Church ar.d will move to Hindsville as soon as housing arrangements can at made. He is a former student of Oklahoma Baptist University and will be ordained into the full gospel ministry at an early dale. Mildred Stannell, Shirley McMurray, Willie Ann Sutton, Glynda Sharp, Mary Chappell, Alyne "hillips attended ithe · state - con- ention o'. the Future Homemakers of America in Little Rock Friday and Saturday and attended hurch Sunday. They returned home Sunday afternoon. A high- ight of the trip was a tour of the ity. The girls made the trip with other horn, economics students of the Huntsville State Vocational School in a school bus They were accompanied by Mrs. Norman Heathman, home economics instructor. Pvt. Fred L. Sutton, son i/f Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sutton, has been transferred from Fort Sill, Okla., to Camp Roberts, Calif. - Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Reed were the^.- daughters. Iris of Fort Smith and Rachel of Fayettevillc, their son. Fred, of Russellville, and Harold Gately of Plainview. ' WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Ytan SMITH RADIO SHOP How would You lib* a magniffktnt - Your stone looks forger--mort brilliantl PLAN TO BUILD 8«* Our MaitrlfL Get Our Pricn. Trr Our Barflc*. DYKE LUMBER CO. ICt 8t CharlM For Reservations JndT/ckefs MR -- STEAMSHIP - RAIL HOTELS -- TRAVEL AND LUGGAGE INSURANCE AMERICAN TRAVELERS CHEQUES No Serrict Charge Independent * CMdwtM Tniri KRUGER TRAVEL BUREAU 7M Ma!. 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