The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 12, 1961 · Page 8
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 12, 1961
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ftutfntnn Thursday, January 12, I960 Open-Ear Campaign Launched By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Filra producer Joe Pasternak has launched an open-ear campaign to save mankind. "K people would just listen,'' he said, "think how much better the world would be! It could be a wonderful world. ' ! "But nobody listens any more. | "In our vocabulary there is a < period at the end o£ a sentence.; But who listens until anybody! finishes a sentence? Nobody. We | don't hear each other any more." • Pasternak, who is quite serious !, about his open-car crusade, came; here in 1921 as an immigrant youth from Hungary. He hud a high school education, but knew no English. His uncle, a factory worker, r«et him at Ellis Island and said: "You should have come 20 years aso. Torre was opportunity then. Now it is gone." "He was a fine man." said Joe. "But he was wrong. Opportunity is always here—if you know what you want to do. and love to do it." Starting: as a busboy in a studio commissary, Pasternak tried to be an actor and failed. He then worked his way up fro a fourth assistant director to become one of the world's top producers. "I got good advice—and I listened to it," he said. In 25 years his 75 films have grossed a quarter of a billion dollars. Joe is a geniaX sandy-haired, blue-eyed little man whose own struggle has left him with a deep | sympathy for the underdog. He embarked on his favorite theme—the price of not listening —at lunch when a waiter brought him boiled fish instead of the' broiled fish he had ordered. ! "He didn't listen." remarked j Joe sorrowfully. "Nobody takes the time simply to listen. "You go to a cocktail party and nobody waits to hear the punch- line of a story. They are trying to think up one to top it even be- j fore it is told. j "Think how much better the' business world would be if em-| ployes would really listen to bosses, and if bosses would really listen to their employes. "Think how much better family life would be if children would only listen to their parents, and parents would listen to their own children. "We don't listen to our doctors, our dentists, our lawyers, our teachers, our religious leaders.' Worst of all, we don't even listen any longer to our own conscience. "I don't mean we should be yes- men or puppets, but we should open our ears arid at least listen until the other person finishes his sentence. • "Thank God. my wile listened to me when I proposed. '1 love you. and I want to marry you,' I told her. If she hadn't let me finish the sentence, if she had interrupted me—well. I wouldn't have three children now." Joe looked at the boiled fish on his plate, took a bite, and sighed. "Period!" he laid. "Thanks for listening." ^^^^ Business Writing Should Be Simple AUSTIN (AP)-A Fort Worth, Star-Telegram business writ-: er says financial news should not j be written just for people who know the stock market and un-j derstand its lingo. Harold Monroe advised business reporters to always write in readable English. He spoke at a] seminar on business reporting! sponsored by the Texas Daily 1 Newspaper Association. The sem- j inar is being held at the Univer- j sity of Texas School of Journal-] ism. Frank Cortese of the Houston! Chronicle said he found writing! business news more exiiting than i reporting crime and criminal' court trials. "The only thing new about a murder is bow it was done," he said. Kennedy To Get Cable From Japan TOKYO (AP) — Seventeen Japanese whose ship almost killed John F. Kennedy in 1343 gather here this weekend to draft a cable congratulating hup on his inauguration Jan. 20 as U.S. president They are the survivors of the Amagiri, the Japanese destroyer that rammed and sank Kennedy's torpedo boat in the Solomons. Kennedy received a severe back injury but swam to safety. The Amagiri's former skipper, Kohei Hanami. 51 and now a farmer, said Kennedy's election brought K much attention to the incident that the destroyer's survivors have formed a club. Postmtster Nominees Include 10 hi Texas WASHINGTON (AP)—Ten Tex*ns were included among the bigi haich of 1,160 postmaster nominations sent by President Eisenhow- «• to the Seiate. Their confirmation remained un- j tvrlain since the Democratic-con-j troilcd Senate could wait to permit j Jolwi K. Kennedy to submit hisj m\n norniwrthws after he becomes j president .Tan. 20. j Ti»e Texans are George D. Kuzsimmon* Jr of Alio?, Oorpe; K Soralrhtry of l-amlo, Uoyd A. j Adams of Mmtnt PJpHsarrt. Harold j H Roberts rtt Andrews. Carrol! I,. , Rynt of OnMrww. Homer B. Ad- \ II-TW of CrtiK^ Station. Chart** | M MartitMWB Jr. of Jaapw, Gratin* M Pumptifl of McKinop.v. Hugh Clifford Ryan of Pas*<i«w. •Mi Cart S, ifeUMty «f Port U- Its Here! Max Alt mans January Clearance and BIG.... SHOP OUR ENTIRE STORE FOR SAVINGS THAT ARE TOPS IN VALUES . . . NOT DAMAGED OR WORN MERCHANDISE ALL GUARANTEED TO BE ALTMAN'S REGLAR FINE QUALITY CLOTH- ING ... COME IN TODAY AND SAVE DURING THIS JANUARY CLEARANCE AND FRIDAY THE I3TH. SALF.. No refunds. No exchanges. All sales final—on* half down on Lay-aways. Slight charge for alterations. CLEARANCE OF FINE MEN'S Ladies' Money Savers... Ladles' Long COATS Cashmeres all wools in Tan, Blue, Red, Beig-e . . . Sizes 6 to 16— Tailored styles with mink trim collars included-. Come in today. 29" 58" 79" Reg. to 49.98 Reg. to 89.98 Reg. to 119.98 Save Now on Remaining Stock of Ladies' FALL and WINTER SKIRTS Entire stock included in this MR sale . . . Choose from many styles and fabrics including cotton and wools . . . don't mis* these buys today. . MEN'S WHITE Manhattan DRESS SHIRTS Xot all sizes in all st;»Ics but a very nice selection. See them now. 3 Reg. 5.98 to 18.98 88. S TO Reg. $4.50 To $5.00 FOR EA. Now Save Even More on Remaining Stock Ladies' Fall and Winter SWEATERS These top quality sweaters come in a bevy of colors and styles to enhance that fall wardrobe- Select today from Baytown's smartest selection of sweaters in most any kind of fabric you choose— Good selection of sizes. 5.98 to 7.98 4 Reg. 0.98 t 13.98 90 R *3- $ ^ w 10.98 to * 8'° T4.98 to 17.98 90 Look at This LADIES' LEATHER Jackets And Coats 20 Off Reg. 17.98 to 59.98 Save On Quality Merchandise LADIES' SUM JIMS And SETS Now is the time to buy your leisure outfit and save on quality . . . Choose from cottons, velvets, wools and novelty weaves... Good selection of sizes, colors and styles. „.. OFF Reg. 5.98 to 19.98 1 Group LADIES' 1 Rack Ladies' COCKTAIL DRESSES Priced To Sell—Values To 39.98—Your Choice OFF Plus Tax Values 2.98 to 12.95 dress up now for less during Altman's Sale!! Ladies Suits Choose from all wool gabardines, flannels, worsted, two. and three pieces, in the fall's newest styles and colors ... Save on this quality merchandise daring this big sale , I Group Val. To 69.98 25 Jr's. I Group To. 59.98 38 I Group To 29.91 1 GROUP MEN'S FELT HATS National Adv. Brands Reg. $10 To $15 PRICE Exquisite Form Floating Reg. 2.50 BRAS 2 for $ 3 8 ; White or Black Peter Pan •• Honey Combed BRAS $099 Reg. 395 « GIRDLES Silk Skin 5M To 1035 Val. OFF Remaining Stock Fdi and Winter DRESSES Entire stock included in this sale . .. Come in today and sava on these new dresses for winter . . . MIC quality and low prices at Altman's January Clearance Sal* Verities 10.95 to 49.95 -I / PRICE 72 OR LESS ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED!!! Fall Blouses Vow i* the time to add to that bloww wardrobe and save MU money during Altaian's January Clearance Stale. We hav* a Wjt wlcetfon of this seaiwn'n iww fa« Mows**. A)mo*t any color and atyle to fit the most chic taste... Come in today and dsave. ... j;| Not Ladies' Easy Core Fiannette OUTING PAJAMAS Sites 38 and 40 $499 SLACKS All "wool, dacrons and wools, flannel worsteds, you name the fabric and you will find it in our large selection of Slacks bought with your comfort and looks in mind .. . look your best at all times with two or three pairs of these new styles and shades in men's Top Quality Slack*. Reg 12.95 to 14.95 Reg. 15.95 to 17.95 Reg. 18.95 to 19.95 10 90 12 90 14 90 MEN NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET THAT FALL AND WINTER SUIT AT BIG SAYINGS Men's Suits Choose from this season's newest colors and style in all the new wanted and proven fabrics, wool and dacron or all wools. Fabrics to suit any man's taste and need, and when you shop Altaian's January Clearance you can be sure of getting the finest quality at the lowest pri.ce» because when the suit says Altman's you know you have purchased Quality Men's Wear . . . and when Altman says sale you know that it is a sale. REGULAR 49.95 $ 39 oo $ Entire Stock Not Included REGULAR 69.50 54°° For the YOUNG at HEART Who Wants the Best... MEN'S Corduroy Suits All New Fall Shades to Choose frotn 50 Only to Last C ft I* O A Reg. 29.95 to 32.50 25 Cuff Alterations Only BIG BARGAIN on BIG QUALITY MEN'S SPORT COATS These fine name brand Sport Coats are dcMlR'H'il to enhance, your wardrobe for an occasion and to mix and match with your slack wardrobe to let you look your best in style and fit. Come in now and sava Uurinc this l)ig sale. Reg. 35.00 to 39.50 Entire Stock Not Included $ 28 EVERY ONE A BIG BARGAIN . . . MEN'S LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Altman's is Baytown's headquarters for the very best in men's sport shirts ami these shirts are from our resrular stock of top quality shirts that krop looking good even after ninny washings. Come in today and save. Reg to $5.00 '3" Reg, to $5.95 5/199 4 Reg. 6.95 to 7.95 *5" Look Students — WOOL REVERSABLE School Jackets Site 12 To 20 Bluft and white . . . Red anil White . . . Gold and white . . . and Green and white. Come in today and savo even more. 517 ' *' * 9 90 We've Hexed High Prices! Men's BULKY SWEATERS Coat Styles • Slip Ons Reg 7.95 $£ OO and 9.95 Q.7V Reg 10.95 and 11.95 Reg. 14.95 and 15.95 ^rm * •» *8.90 ni.90 Save Now on Entire Stock . . . Car Coats and Jackets All sizrs, styles and colors to clioosn from . . . oomo in (inlay anil pick out th» one you want, for «(> have it and ill hip; savings too. Reg to 14.95 $ 10.90 Reg. to 17.95 Reg. to 21.95 Reg. to 24.95 $ 12.90 $ 15.90 $ 18.90 Reg. to 29.95 $ 22.90 toman Dress Shoes Re* 12.95 t« lt.9S BAYTOWN

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