(This article originally appeared on page 2 of the February 1, 1947 publication of the Los Angeles Times and is reprinted word-for-word below.)
LAZY MAN MAKES TOUGH JOB SIMPLE
Chicago Tribune Press Service
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31. – A tip on how to solve difficult production problems was given the Senate Labor Committee today by Clarence E. Bleicher, president of the Chrysler Corp.’s De Soto division.
“When I have a tough job in the plant and can’t find an easy way to do it,” Bleicher said, “I have a lazy man put on it. He’ll find an easy way to do it in 10 days. Then we adopt that method.”