High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 5 1972, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Toa High Point Enterprise wednesday july 5, 1972 visible in All of us except Hawaii eclipse of Sun scheduled to occur on monday by Brian Sullivan a science writer new York a a thou Sand mile an hour Shadow will sweep the Earth monday the Mark of an eclipse of the Sun. The Shadow will dip Down at the Sakhalin islands off Northern Japan then race across the coast of Siberia Northern Alaska. Canada and the maritime provinces. Able a weather permitting a to its maximum at 4 42 11.9 and see a partial eclipse. End at 5 45 11.0. Watching from the sidewalks because the eclipse will be of new York City a viewer May partial for viewers in the 48 contiguous states millions will be be Able to see 79.5 per cent of the Sun darkened. From Chicago 63 per cent will be Cov exposed to the dangers of looking end from Denver 3"pe"r Cert at the Sun with the naked a from san Francisco 14 per cent. While scientists will be aboard in new York the eclipse will i Jet planes chasing the Shadow to begin according to the Ameri lengthen the precious few Sec can museum Hayden plan ones that the eclipse is total a of the rest of the United a atrium at 3 22 45.3 p. In. Only one second of carelessness states except Hawaii will be Eastern Daylight time reach on Earth in watching the Sun could produce permanent blindness. A looking at the unshielded face of the Sun with the naked Eye or through any optical de-1 vice such As the viewfinder of a camera can seriously damage the Eye a says a warning from the Eastman Kodak co. A person must use a filter to look directly at the Sun Kodak says a a filter that will not Only i reduce the visible Energy of the Sun but will also reduce suf Keene a photographic Engineer fic gently the invisible Ultra violent at Kodak a will result in almost and infrared radiation which can certain damage to the Retina of cause instant Eye damage in the Eye. It is possible that Only eluding blindness without the one second of carelessness can person being aware of it. Result in permanent i such a filter can be made with color film should not be used two pieces of Black and White As a alter because it does not film which has been completely contain enough metallic Silver to exposed and fully developed Tol act infrared radiation maximum density. The safest method of viewing negligence says George to is indirect look at the reflection in a Pool of water stand with Large end of a Telescope or bin one s Back to the Sun and pro ocular toward the Sun and Jet the suns image through a focus the image onto a Sheet of tiny Hole in a card Board onto a White paper or cloth held a foot screen to feet away or Point the or two from the no unnecessary waiting. We fill your prescriptions promptly Calhoun drug store phone 883-4119 1231 Mon lieu ave. Slit business Mirror companies putting brakes on Lush expense accounts by David Burke a business writer new York a it used to be that Many Industrial salesmen could put it All on the company expense account including Bills from Fine restaurants and luxury hotels in some cases. But Salesman and their companies. Uke almost everyone else have been hit by the inflation of recent years. And the Salesman May now find himself paying for his own dry cleaning Bills and paying a monthly rental charge for personal use of the company car that used to be free these Are some of the measures companies have inaugurated to trim the soaring Cost of Industrial sales Calls according to a Survey by Mcgraw Hill and sales management Magazine. The Survey of 499 companies indicates that the average Cost of an Industrial Salesman s Call in 1971 hit a new High of $57.71, 90 per cent higher than to years ago. However Many firms have launched a major Effort to trim costs As reflected in the fact that costs Rose Only 2 7 per cent in 1971, compared with 14 per cent in 1970. A a Hie of the reason costs Are up is that it is just More expensive to run a car and stay at a hotel than in the past a says Jim Morris sales director for the chemicals and plastics m c g r a a Hill sales manage division of Union Carbide. Ment Survey is to Cut enter the most common method obtainment expenses putting the Brake on sales a salesmen Are flying coach costs according to the rather than first class and dinner and night club expenses Carmichael toil re rights it 1.0oks like a More e pensive suite have been Cut anywhere from to to 50 per cent a says Allen Cobb jr., Mcgraw Hills director of research. A some firms have Cut Back on the number of employees in their sales Force and Are pushing their salesmen to make More Calls than before a he adds. In some cases firms have restructured salesmen s salaries reducing the base guarantee and relying More heavily on commissions. Others have done just the reverse ending commission and Bonus Money and going to straight salary. But at least one firm a leading producer of women swear is bucking the Cost cutting trend reducing the number of products its salesmen handle and expanding its sales Force to make up for it the Survey said. The sales manager was quoted As saying a the expenses will go up. But so will the wig Wash synthetic wigs especially Handy after a Day at the Beach should be washed in cold water with a very mild detergent to keep them looking new. Crusade t �8 us i Lour mils save 30 Auto air conditioner Fibular �?�2.39.95 flood your car with the Cool. Refreshing air from this handsome under the dash unit. Three chromed lovers and a three Speed fan circulate the air. 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