The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 1, 1969 · Page 14
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14 •on Sunday, Jun* I, 1969 KtTU IAUY ty Mwt Wafer MR. A1ERNATW •y Jt>**» and Ridge way I DOr/T THINK THE DOG K VERY HUNGRY TONIGHT. ME 5£EA*5 TO BE \ PLAYING WITH H»SFCCOXV3AW. I 1 HI AND LOIS •y Mort Wdker and Oft Brow M /LET THE LAWN &O/ LET THE FLIES / COMB IN/ LET THE FENCE FALL DOV/W/ { RUN OFF TO THE GOLF COURSE V W| TH YOUR BUDDIES IF YOU V/ANT TO/ GO.' GO/ GO.' SO MUCH REVERSE PSYCHOLOGY CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner- WHV/IRE- Y I CAWrSAy W0W! -*, YOU HIWJ<5?/ HfPE ASHORE-. IF SHE WAT'S JN I RETURNS, PRlJITTi PON'T TH' &A& YOU \APMir VCWE SEEN ME'. GUARP 50 SWE WAS / PUT i CANT RISK sfeiwo " ' FORV A G1RI, EH? HOW . . . MB HEpeit SEMT HER TH' 'iVROW6 WAV.BUT J06, TOR rVeeKS A/TER YOUR G-MEN PKOB'1.V! (S THflT EMftezzMSP? PIS^PSWEP /=RCM voui I'M HURT. •jWU'P 5D5TECT TO J=!MD U? SOON I ALLEY CXX By V. T. Hamfa /TH' BCAJs(STALK'S \j] I MXJR BEST BET, AJ_... M V AN' GOOO LUCK! VMEAW VOUR \ WELX, ww \ VKNOW, HE K KIND* CUTE. NOW WAIT JUST A POGGONK MINUTE THE 1ORN LOSER •y Art Sonson EEK AND MEEK By Howie Sclneklef OfJ GARTH CAM A CGCCO AMD A fcOG.c.6 ewep, PtAY , LETS PCAV HOCO ABOUT 'TAPS BUGS BUNNY By Ralph Helmdofli I'M REACT/ FOR MY DRIVING LESSON, ALL SET, SYLVESTER? GREAT, PETUNIA'. LE'S &O.' DRIVING saoa W CAR... 45 PR. LITTLE HBIRl §y CaH Anders* Young 'Execs' Willing To Take Greater Risks By JOHN CUNNIFF AP Builaeu AuJyat NEW YORK (AP) — Results of a survey released recently suggest that young executive* may be willing to take more job or career risks today than just a decade or so ago. As a result, some of the nation's largest corporations may be losing some of their best men to s/naller firms. The conclusion is one that can be drawn from a study made by an executive recruiter with offices here and in London. The recruiter found a surprising number of executives with big companies preferred smaller operations. Although precise comparisons cannot be made easily, the results suggest that two major changes of attitude have developed during the past decade: more willingness to change jobs and more willingness to go with smaller companies. Kiernan & Company mailed its questionnaire late in 1968 to 492 job seekers between the ages of 30 and 45 who were then working for companies with annual sales of $100 million or more and who were earning $20,000 to $35,000. The men were asked if they preferred a job with a similar size company or a larger one, or with a relatively small to medium company with sales of $10 million to $50 million a year. Of more than 360 replies, 228 or 63 per cent said they pre- 'erred a smaller company, with only 132 or 36 per cent said they desired to work in a similar size or larger operation. Based on comments accompanying the reply, the management consultant concluded that' Raisins In Office Is A No-No By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) — Jumping to Conclusions: It is a doubtful tribute to receive a vacation post qard. The people who send them usually are either trying to kid themselves into believing they are laving a great time, or to let rau subtly know how much bet- er off they are than you. Pet peeves: Seeing a grown man at his office desk eating a box of raisins. Second sight is that marvelous gift of nature which prevents most of us from falling in ove at first sight. The best way to break up the ogjam in higher education isn't .0 make it easier to get into coi- ege—but harder to get out of kindergarten. People look most dull and vacant-faced when riding on a subway, most alive and alert when riding on a roller coaster. So why don't they build subways with thrilling dips and climbs ike roller coasters? It would be worth the added cost just to make a merrier mankind. When an unabridged dictionary in a childless home is too well dusted, you can figure that he owner is probably a hypocrite. Few adults actually use a large dictionary often enough to keep it dust free. One sure sign that a husband is henpecked is if his wife steps into the street ahead of him to signal a cab to halt. It shows that she is more accustomed than he to asserting authority and exercising initiative within the family. The prevalence of illness can partly be explained by the fact they are making medicines too pleasing to the palate, so that some people eat them as if they were candy. The quickest cures corne from taking bad-tasting medicines. A liar is any person over 40 who claims he never snores. But women are so vain on this point that they would plead guilty to grand larceny before they'd admit to snoring. One of the nicest things about living in a big city is that you can pull down your window blinds without stirring gossip among your neighbors. The guy who believes strongly in ancestor worship usually has kids who can't see that it makes much sense. Few things give a man more of a feeling of immortality than inheriting money or planting a tree. Back On Duty CPL. THOMAS E. Lowe Jr. of Baytown has returned to duty with the 33th Artillery Unit in Vietnam,after being hospitalized from wounds received in combat on May 18. Cpl. Lowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lowe of 409 E. Aron, had been back in Vietnam only eight days when he was wounded. He had been home on a 30-day leave after a year there and had returned for a six month extension of duty. one of the chief reasons for .seeking work with the smaller .firm was the possibility of ob- 'tauung equity participation in addition to salary. In recent years tremendous 'publicity has been given to young entrepreneurs and executives with middle size companies who expanded operations dramatically—with .equally spectacular financial returns to themselves. / -' Another possible explanation, said the recruiter, is that individuals during the past decade or more seem to have become more assertive in all areas of endeavor, and that in business this tendency is shown by a desire to 'participate in decisions and ownership. Many of those questioned, the recruiter observed, exhibit a daring that hardly is characteristic of slightly older men—men who had felt acutely the deprivations of the Great Depressions, of the 1930s. The recruiting firm found these to be among the most common reasons for preferring the smaller company: —Greater opportunity for assuming more responsibility and direct participation in the growth of the company in a shorter time: —Chance to be a member of the top executive group and be in on policy decisions that influence the entire company. • One executive explained he wanted more opportunity to "swing, enjoy and build." And another said that associates in smaller firms are more stimulating and profit-oriented. Explained one: "A small company is like a stream that can run freely without a lot of dams and artificial obstacles." 9t*Pass The Word! The Free Girl Want Ads Are Here! Get in On it Gang!! Fill Out the Coupon Today Ads Will Appear June 1st thru 15th. (No Garage Sales' Please Follow The Simple Rules Listed Below NO PHONE CALLS ACCEPTED Boys anrt B irls in the Baytown area 18 or under may f^a^*,! 11 A " S ln The B »>-l° wn Su" June 1-June IS, 1«9. Please, no help from the parent'-.^FBEE OF CHARGE; only one mi per person. Ads will he acceplod with paent*' or (runrdians' ap- roval, offering to sell swap or give away things boys •ml girls use—sports equipment, bicycles net*, books wearing; apparel, mnsical Instrument^ electric trains or other nrticies or offering to perform services of various kinds— mowing lawns baby sitting; running errand*, etc Boys' and Girls Free Want Ad Order Blank Each ad may contain up to 15 word* ineludjnr or girls* nwne and a«e and price of article, (not to exceed *M.OO) which must appear In «<^ Ads will appear In The Baytown San J uae under a special heading In the CU»iifl«l Ads must be In the Classified office by 5 p m the day before publication. f ' ' BRING OR MAIL TO: Boy»' *nd Girls' Wint Ad«. Th« flayfown Sun P. O. 8of 90 1301 rvUmori.l Dr. Blytown, T«.«i Following is my Want Ad which I understand you will publish free of charge six consecutive days in The Baytown Sun between June I - June 15. NAME . 7boo« No... P.O. Box 90 Boytown. T«xos IWI MEMORIAL DA.

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