The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 8, 1952
Page 3
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MONDAY, BEG. 8, 1951 BLTTHEVILLE (AEK.) COURIER NEWS. FAG8 '.THUMB 'Book of Complaints' Is a Must in Every H ungarian B usiness By ENDE MARTON 1 ble to tell at length how the sauce • BUDAPEST, Hungary I.B — This should be prepared, correspondent had to wait for the The mere exlsence of the book clerk in a Budapest shoe shop re-1 certainly Influences the attitude of cently. and killed the time by idly | the employes. An Impatient asslst- turning the pages ol a. modest looking copy hook suspended on a string, along with a pencil, at the side of the counter. I was approached immediately by the manager of the state-owned store, who Inquired anxiously it J had anything to complain about.' The "book of complaints," In its year of existence, certainly has turned out to be a very clever institution. ' About a year a°o the Hungarian. — -, government ordered that every what happens to his,complaint. A government office, state-owned un-1 distinguished gentleman svho wanl- dertaking or store which has "di- ed lo use tpe telephone at the post reel contact with the public" must, office recently found the directory keep a "book of complaints" easily was torn to shreds. When he asked accessible to everyone. The only 1 why the book was not replaced the exceptions are the armed organ!- clerk answered impatiently. "May- zatlons. be it was you who tore The decree explained that "cri- pieces." :. ticism on behalf of the working | The gentleman cpmplatned, but masses lias an important role in discovering faults and their elimination." Must Be Investigated The decree also prescribed that an employe has to investigate every complaint written In the book and notify the complainant of the action taken, - Now, whether it is a capitalist country or a Communist 'country, there Is always something to complain about. Nothing is easier-than to make a few angry remarks in' the ever-present book that is found in every industrial plant, large or Email, the tax office, the post office,, the state-run grocery, etc. ATLANTA WH-A M-year-old carpenter who dueled police for an hour last week with a shotsun died of his wounds yesterday. - • Homer Marvin Spruell, charged will) suspicion of murder, had been under police guard In Grady Hospital since the gun battle last Tuesday. He was shot four limes In the chest and twice in the head. Patrolman W. M. Richards, 56, was killed and two other officers wounded during a spectacular gun fight which drew thousands of curious to the scene near the Georgia THE LITTLE PEOPLE'S CHRISTMAS Good News Travels Fast BY WALT SCOTT A CMRlST/v\AS PARTY! WELL.l NEVER! YOU MfAR -mAT; SPOTS' 'O-TrLL TELL EVGRYsbPY. Mf?S. BEAV£TR WON'T BE TO COME- - SME'S DOWN W nH A COLD! "n\e'" ' ~ " IS SO DAMP arit Is - likely to calm down Sm- mediately at the customer's mere Tech campus. V suggestion that he would. like to | The gun battle began when see the "book of complaints." Criticisms concerning lack of goods of their qualit yare less effective. Guch things depend not on the store but the authority in charge of production. But at least there is the possibility "that the industrial bosses will try to make good the deficiencies. The critic does not always know . - - -.-- Police went to Spruell's apartment to investigate a minor traffic mishap. Read Courier News Classified YES IMDGED-' ON CHRISTMAS EVE!> THEW VOO'lL TELL SPECTACLES ,TM£ YEAH,CHUM/BV THAT BIG BEECH TRe£. EVERYONE'S-SOWSf. • SPREAD THE WOi?D AROUND,! receivcd the non-committal report from the post office: "With reference to your complaint I wish to inform you that the necessary steps were taken. " Low's 'Long Arm' JGoes Everywhere DOVER, Eng. (/P>— The .long arm of British law reached out here Friday and found 26B contraband watches under the corset of a lady fronvPafEs. ce L ,,tt t,L,i«;-. uu „.».....,, ~.~. i British customs nabbed Rosalie The complaints noted in .various slider, 48, as : she landed here en- Etores banks, restaurants and' route to London from Paris. A 1 ; - " '- omart .inspector unwound the atch'es; worth more than $14,000, rom a body belt under her corset. other public places. in the main, concerned two things: discourtesy of employes, and the" lack or bad quality Of goods. There is, of course, a great variety in the way the complainants expressed themselves. For instance, one embitered customer, who had ben looking in vain !n every-Budapest shoe store for a ' pair of ski boots and then been treated impolitely by a tired clerk, •wrote only two rude words.'A gourmet, on the other hand, not only expertly criticized , the quality of a beefsteak In a-first class restaurant, but took the trou- Youngster Turns Robber to Get Christmas Funds- school said, t to bu TOJUNGA. Calif. (JP}^ boy turned robber, police get "money with . which Christmas presents. The youth. Clayton Van Nobl 16. 'was booked on suspicion ( holding up a Tuju'nga departmen store and getting *507. Office Thomas J. Tighe said he fired the youth when he failed to obe a command to halt., 0 . A Dover magistrate sentenced the ady from Paris to one year in jail r a fine of 5,000 pounds ($14,000). CMIdrn Ukc The Orong* Flavor el Tablets nrc adult dose. No need to break them, Buy It today 50 tablets 3Sc Send for this valuable book's FREE! 26 REASONS WHY the GEORGE S. 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MAN'S or LADY'S 2-D1AMOND BIRTHSTONE 95 Lovely SOc Compact -Week Outstanding Value Pay Only SOc a Week KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store • Diamond Locket SOc a.Week Sterling Candle Sticks 50c a Week $795 sterling s< ,05 * r' il_ e<« ~i.« I/ • Plus Fed. T»x only if Indicate* Sunbeam .'74 v'» Charge It! DREIFUS Credit Is . Wear Di 31G WEST MAIX ..- Automatic 4 _. o . Reminston l>erc. Ml va ConUire »0c Week lot NVeek JTORU IN MEMPHIS, HYTHEVILIE AND DTERSIUR6

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