The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
Page 13
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APRTL 8, 199B Commons Eyes British School for Lazy Men LONDON «•) - A Government •ehool for Laiy Men—it teaches BriUIn's habitual unemployed how to work ind like It—set the House of Commons wondering today. •. Gerald Nsbarro, * manufacturer and Conservative member of the HOIJM, asked the government to explain what it's all about, H« called for a report to I the House next Monday The school IB situated In the plea«ant hills of Worcestershire. Its heart man Is i Scotsman, Hamilton Douglas, who told newsmen the nine - month - old project Is designed (a nrod Ian' men off relief, Douglas explained the men all volunteered—after their local re- lief boarda sugictttd they'd bel- ter learn to work or face pro«- cutlon. "We have 20 at the moment- ill Individualists who for various reasons have been out of work so long they've lost the desire to start again," Douglas said, "it's our Job to give them back that desire." He said the school has been getting good re-lulls through constant, but subtle, prodding. But it doesn't plunge the lazy deep Into work all at once. They learn in easy stages — first domestic chores around the school, then gardening and finally a job in a nearby factory. The first pay check Is the diploma. BROTHERS IN SERVICE—Cpl William F. (Dub) Davis Heft) son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Davis of Blytheville. will report Sunday to Camp Stockton, Calif., from where he will leave for over- seas duty. He has been spending a 30-day Je.ire here. His brother, Cpl. Virgil Davis (right), also Is serving with the Air Force and is stationed at ghreveport. La., with the 301st Supply Squadron. (ARK.) COTTRmR WETTS TUNISIA'S NEW PREMIER- balah Eddme Baccouche,- 67 jervej at premier ot Tunisia for the second time. Pro-French Baccouche first served as premier after the liberation of Tunii in 1943. He now succeeds Mohammed Cbenik, who \va« arrested by the French authorities for being in sympathy with extreme nationalist forces in Tunisia. Kansas Police HoM M"" in For Hot Springs KAVFAS CITY. Kns. •""•—JJ c t-c t'ves last nigin nrrwted Frederick Francis Dcavm. 32. r,v „ fn-iii-p warrant charging robbery at Hot Springs, Ark, His arrest 'ollowed that of Hrrry Lee Bailes, 42. who was picked up last night. Baiies, who refused to valve cxtrp.dillon. will get a hear- In? April 15. Hot Springs authorities said the warrants were Issued on complaint of H. C. Sullivant anrt Jaclt Walker, both of Danville, Ark., that twc .men robbed them of 58.000 and two diamond rin°< In a Hot Springs hotel a week ago. News of Men In the Service John L. Griffin, airman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Griffin of Rt. 2, Osceola. Is stationed at San Diego. Calif., with Naval Composite Squadron 11. Richard H. Lee! Jr., airman apprentice. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. '.^Richard H. Lee. Sr.. of Rt. 3. Bly- ; theville Is presently stationed at the " U.S. Naval Supply Depot on Guam. , , Bobby R. Clark,seaman, USN, son' of Mr. and i\frs. Ladrenia Glover of Blytheville, Is stationed aboard the deitroyer USS McKean In the Pacific Fleet. . ,Cpl. Joseph Stevens. Jr.. son of Joseph Stevens, Sr., of Blytheville, Is taking part In Exercise Long Horn, maneuvers being held at Port Hood, Texas. A veteran of ^orld War II, he re-entered the Army In August. 1951. Hia wife, Mrs. : Vk>la Stevens resides In Osceola. -Thomas C. Upton, airman apprentice, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Upton of Blytheville. Is -wrvins with Fighter Squadron 783 at the Naval Auxiliary Air station, Rep. Bonner Says Arms Budget Cut Will Strengthen Military WASHINGTON Iffi — The chair- | man of a House "watchdog" subcommittee says a 10 per cent cut in the 53-billioti-dollar military budget actually will improve the nalion's combat strength bv tightening up waste and duplication. Rep. Bonner ID-NO said in testimony released yesterday that five billion dollars could be cut from the new military budget "without even drawing blood." -Bonner, testifying before a House Appropriations. Committee, said his own group on .1 world tour of Inspection found numerous "doc- daddies and. dimlicatlon" which Mlramar, Calif. were wasting money and some- limes hurting efficiency. He urged that the use of enlisted men as domestic servants for high- ranking officer should be stopped. Onp cxamole of tvaste. he said, was the building of S22.000 Armv houses on Okinawa. A commercial coniDnny. on the other hand, erected "adequate" homes alongside the Army houses for about 58,600 each. Ancient Game Chess was nnmilar in Mesopotamia about 4000 B.C. The ' Arabs brought the game with ther- to Spain and. from there. It spread throughout Europe. Five Mississippi Countians are undergonig recruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Die»o Calif. They are Billy J. Fears, son" of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Fears of Rt. 3, Leachvillc, Henry L. McVay, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry L.'McVay, Sr., of Dyess, and Gerald D, Reagan, son of Mr. anrt Mrs. W. C. RcagHil, Jerome p. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie E. Miller, and Utah Carl Brown .all of Blythevllle. Pvt. Harold Hunnlcutt. son of Mr. and Mrs- A. D. Hunnlcutt, Is serving in Korea. Turn to Page 7 DELTA IMPLEMENTS r ' . <?- PRE-EASTER SALE MISSES' AND WOMEN'S Pure Worsted Wool Suits at Big Savings $ 25 '32 lmagin«_right before Easter you can jove on suits from V/ordj big tpring selection. Season's n«w style*, fabrics and colon. They're our worsted wools-krxjwn for service, long wear and fine fit. Every on. fully lined, beautifully tailored with hand-finished defoifj. B« her* early, these are Easter suit-values yen. can't afford to miss. Hurry to Wards, Take advantage of mis wonderful opportuniry-yo<x chonce to save on spring smortness before me season even begins. L J PAGE THlrUBBN NEW STYLES-NEW QUALITY! NEW LOW PRICES! 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