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October 27, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER' 27, 1949 BLYTHEVILUB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Space, Tools Rented to Amateurs In Fully-Equipped Woodwork Shop Soviets Ask Tito To Recall Envoy Motcow Ambassador Accused 'of Spying Against Communists Bv Ectdy Gllmare MOSCOW, Oct. 27. <AP) — Russia has charged Marshal Tito's ambassador to Moscow with anti-Soviet spying and declared that he can no longer serve as the Yugoslav envoy here. A Soviet note delivered Tuesday to the Yugoslav embassy said the Budapest treason trial of Hungary's former Foreign Minister Ijaszlo Rajk Jwd. revealed that Vu ,-goslav Ambassador Karlo Mrazovic jP'.'hd for a long time engaged In spying and subversive activities against the Soviet Union." siavla 'In August and has not re- Mrazovic left Moscow for Yugo- turneri since, though technically he remains ambassador to the Sovle Union. It had been presumed he would return to the Russian capital eventually. The Kremlin's note said ako lha Mirzovic "while being Yugosla' ambassador in the U.S.S.R., ha< come out In the Yugoslav press witl slanderous fabrications against th Soviet Union." Russia, the note concluded, con alders it "Impossible" for Mrazoyl to continue to represent the Tiu regime in the Soviet Union. . Mrazovic came to Moscow las Dec. 18 alter serving sis Yugosla minister to Hungary, the scene of the alleged Rajk treason plot on which , the Russians based their espionage cliarge against the Yugoslav diplomat. Rajk and four co-defendants were executed after being convicted of treason. Doesn't Mean Break The Soviet action does not mean a break in diplomatic relations with Yugoslavia, since the Yugoslavs were asked in effect to recall only their ambassador, not their diplomatic mission In Moscow. Presumably .Yugoslavia's acting charge d'affaires Lazo Laimovic will ... continue to serve as head of the HT, mission, a post he has filled since Mrasovic left Moscow. •is followed. Yugoslavia now If normal diplomatic procedure nominate another person as ambassador to Moscow. The Russians could either accept or reject mis nomination. • Russia his only minor diplomatic representation in Yugoslavia last ambassador to Belgrade, Anatole I Lavreiitiev, returned to Moscow in August when he was named 'deputy minister of foreign affairs. Conversation Quoted During the Rajk trial a Hungarian school teacher identified as Mrazovic'V mistress testified .that the Yugoslav .and Rajk , plotted against trie Hungarian regime »ilh Tito's interior minister, Geri.s-Alex- ander Rankovic. during a hunting trip -near the. Hungarian-Yugoslav border. "."•., : The .woman,-'Dr. Gyorgt Teriszn- yas, saUl she" overheard the three men conspiring in a keeper's hut She described such snatches of conversation as "we must act" and dis- cusslons about naming "a certain person".minister of defense In Hungary. • Mrazovic a.t the time was Yugo- 4~slav minister In Budapest. During ^Tthe Rajk trial witnesses claimed Rankovic was a prime mover in the alleged plot by Rajlc and others to .overthrow the Hungarian Communist regime. Marshal Tito denounced the trial testimony as lies aimed at increasing Soviet pressure against his regime. , The Soviet Union and her eastern .satellites used the Rajk trial testimony last month as the basis for scrapping their treates of friendship ' with Yugoslavia. l*m» have been built there which n' worthy, of the irt of cabinet aklng. Several men have made In* radio-television cabinet!. One >n built a 16-foot combination Lblnet and kitchen Blnk at a cost t .»».•. , ' • ;' . : : This man, like many of the ama- eur carpenters, worker from plans rawn by his »i!e. She had wln- iw-jhopped the cabinet-sink com- Inatlon, like It, but balked at the 250 price tag. She obtained the leasurements and made • sketch which her husband copied for (200 " !M. . ' . .'•'•' By far the most popular piece made ta IV.if' coffee table. Most glnners find it the easiest to mild, and the cost Is low. Customers come Irom all walks >f life, and the * l nost surprising hlng to Tyler is the number of iousewlvra who use his facilities t seems the girls like to build hlngs, and they're good at It, too, YOUR WORKSHOP is open for business, with an engineer working on a sailboat, a mleammn at tint liril press, a housewife building a cuStee table, and utlicr amateur cul>lncl-muMng project^ »olnj on. Spate Is available at 25 cents an hour. Hy Fred /avallero \ Xj;A Staff Corespondent SEATTLE, Wash.—(NBA)— Moil with a yen to Iry their hand at cablnet-inftking can give it a "wh'.il without investing hundreds of dollars In cosily equipment, 'thanks to an innovation by a Seattle ex- pilot. Called "Your orkshdp, Inc.. the place Is a fully-equipped spot where non-proiesslonal builders can rent ,, -a* • >^space and tools. They can bi'lld KFfi \\\ '£ anything up to a 22-foot yacht. * . J& . f They can repair anything down to i .TE~< ~ squeak in &• door. "Your Workshop" 1= the brainchild of Orovcr Tyler. A pilot for 35 years. Tyler began to notice that his reflexes weren't keping pace with (he speed of his planes so, two years ago, he retired. Hi: lifetime hobby had been cabinet making and wood-working, and he decided to put his hobby to work. For 25 cents an hour, Tyler rents space and tools to men—or women —who want to build or repair household furniture and equipment. There are additional small -fees for the use of power tools. Renters nay one cent a minute to use the drill press and the ban saw, and two cents a minute for the table The honor system Is each worker keeps his used, and own time. At the end of the week, ail * the rental fees are paid. * r • Tyler iloesn'l conduct organized classes in woodwork, but he will The world's largest sheep, the Ar[all, Ippds on his horns instead o! on His feet, when he Jumps. Iducatort Hand tor VA Counts WASHINGTON, Oct. n. (AP) The American Council on Education has asked Vtttrani AdmUilx- and colleges a free hand In laying (ration to give non-profit school* whether s t u d e n t veterans may change their course* of study; The non-profit schools, such as state universities, had that right until early last month when VA Issued Its now-dead Instruction 1-A. Under that regulation, a veteran In school at government expense was barred, from changing his course unless he eould prove that It would help him In his present or contemplated vocation. , A heart specialist, Dr. -Peter J. Stemcrohn, says in the American Magazine that after we stop breath- Ing our brain survives anywhere from a few seconds to 15 minutes; hcnrt muscles last ZO minutes; eyes, 30 minutes; ;.ea», !v 'one hour; arms anti leg muscles,'4''hours; blood molecules, 18 hours; bones 3 days; skin, 5 days. •'.' : , N U-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Call for Your Key to Kentucky'* favorite flavor KX-AIKUNE PILOT Graver Tyler (left), whb riow runs the workshop, checks a prujmscd cut that David M. Williams plans to make with the ' baml saw. offer advice and suggestions to the unskilled worker. It Is a tribute to his supervision that there have been no Injuries in the shop since it began. He will who haven't ; the - time to shop around themselves. And he likes (o think of ."Your Workshop" as (he traditional basement workshop without the problems of expensive purchase lumber and t equipment and space. ice will be f you do not filled with tliesame id bouquet. g fla OLD FASHIONED srinu-WEUit msnimr • tounviiu, ir. Distributed to) Moon Distributing C* Little Bock. Arkansas supplies for 'any of His customers Since the shop's Inception, many 'QHDto SOU" MASH KENTUCKY STUAIGHT IQUR.ON WHISKtr • 100 HOOF Truman to Speak, ' WASHINGTON. Oct. . President Truman will address the nation v by radio next Sunday nigh at approximately 10:25 o'clock (O ST> on '"Religion in American Life./' , The • President will speak three Hto five minult on a program ponsored by the Federal Counci of Churches of Christ in America WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka • sanba District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Connie Presnell, Ptf. vs. No. 11031 James Henry Presnell, Dft. The defendant James Henry Presnell Is hereby warned to appea within thirty days In the cour named In the caption hereof am answer the complaint of the plain tiff Connie Presnell. Dated this 18 day of October 1MB. Harvey Morris, Cler] By Betty Ball, D. C Gene Bradley, attorney for plain tiff. 10|20-27-ll;3-l .FALSE TEETH » That Loosen Ntcd Not Emborras Many wtarers o! talM teeth h*.v suflerea real emtrarrassment be cause their plate dropped, sltppe or wabbled at Just the wrong time Do not live In feai ol this happen Ing to you Just sprinkle * litU FASTEETH the alkaHne (non-acid powder, on your pistes Holds fal teeth more firmly, so they feel moi comfortable. Doe* not lour Check« FASTEETH at any drug store. PRESCRIPTIONS , • Fresh Stock ,Ga*nmtecd Beat Price Kirby Drug Stores ^, 1 T" i ["OW'S the time when Autumn caljs you out for a ramble in your Buick. Slide under the wheel and answer that call! Take a Fireball cruise through the countryside, with your heart growing lighter and the years slipping olTyour shoulders at each mile! Just one reminder, though. Make sure your Buick is in top shape to keep step with you. First bring it in to us—and let us clean sum- mer's dust out of your air filter, flush out tired summer crankcase oil with its grit and goo, check your carburetor adjustment to see that you're getting the most powerful, most economical mixture with October's cooler, heavier almospltere. : We can do this quickly, economically, with a sure touch. Our thorough Buick training and long Buick experience in doing each job the factoryrdesigrmled way have earned us a reputation—we're the "Fountain of Youth" for Buicks. To make it easy, we've printed a Fall Check List below. Just tear this out, drive in this week and hand it to us—and when you head out for theopcn road there'll be a happy smile on your fucul Bulckcate Fall Checkup — tights, brakes, lira wear, front-end alignment, oi! filler vnil, battery, car healer. Adjuil — Carburetor, disliibulof. CI«on —Air cleaner. Fluih — Crankcase, cooling system, Eilimale —Anlifreez* r«quir«m»n1s. Alto — tubricar* (bumper*to-bumper lubrication and Inspection.) LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK Co. WALNUT & BROADWAY TELEPHONE 555 Pictures You Will Like We specialize in commercial and home port rails ..pictures which ynu will enjoy throughout the years. Call for appointments. I'hone fiOH DEVflOPfD PKINTfD fNLAKGED FAUGHT'S STUDIO 112 South 1st. (Night Phone 6321) KEROSENE and FUEL OIL, G.O.PoetzOilCo. Phone 2089 DEFOLIATE -.by ; AIRPLANE Perfect coverage. Defoliant available at competitive prices. SCRAPE AGRICULTURAL SERVICE 2 Miles South of Islylneviile Phone 4383 In England It's the Chemist Shop In France It's tht Apothecary Shop In BlythevilU tt'« BARNEY'S DRUGSTORE For Expert Prescription Service THE GR.\\ES COMPANY nj MI oi\s eal KMatc - \Iorhjnfj<lo<ir>- In^ur.tm » StlulV BI.IHIMIli Phone 3075 FOR ALL THAT IS GOOD IN INSURANCE Call 3361 Automobile (at) forms) Burglary Businu* mlerniptluiu Dyer* & Cleaners Extended CoTeraft Fire General Llablllti Marino (all formn) Personal Properly Floattrt PUIe Glass Residence LiablUtj Tornadn Truck Cargo Windstorm Workmen's Compensation W. M. BURNS INSURANCE AGENCY SHEET METAL WORK- OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, allaifa mills, nil mills. Custom Shearing up lo 1/4 inrh thirkness Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 Soulh Broadway •.' Phcinr 2S51 BAGS BAGS BAGS BAGS \Ve offer new bags, never used, at abuut the price of used bags, heavy 10 ounce burlap, no patches no bad senms and no rotten bags. Also No 1 used bass as low as HOc each. The bagr. are stored at Ua.v, & Billings warehouse across the street from the Frisco depot. See the samples there and buy bags that will last you thru the season. PAUL D. FOSTER 2723-2700 DISTRIBUTOR Blylheville, Ark. -•••u

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