The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PA OS TWO BLYTHEVfLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! TUESDAT, AUGUST 12, 19BI Jordan to Welcome 3rd King in Year; 17-Year-0!d Son of 111 Regent to Rule AMMAN, Jordan Iffy—The Middle East kingdom of Jordan prepared today to welcome its third King in Just over a year and awaited hisj arrival to settle the future of his' royal fnthcr-prcrteccssoi- uncl of (he country's government. Parliament dethroned ment;xih'- 111 King Talnl I yesterday and pio-= claimed his 17-year-old son us Kini;i Hussein I. A court envoy Jpft inv \ Switzerland, where the* schoolboy ! Hussein is vacationing with his ] mother, Queen Zcinc, nnd two' brothers. i In Lausanne, a SWIKS official said the royal family would Irrtvc for Amman on Sunday. Government sources said the ; new King and his inothrr would ! decide the future nf Tain!, \vlio re-; portedly is suffering from -scli:/o-' phrenfa (split personality i. Tlu-: 41 - year - old deposed monnrchi ft meanwhile is living here is Has- , man Pnlace. i Fo»ott'Jncr Hussein's return. Premier Tcwfik Abul Hilda is exprc'ted to submit his resignation in sic- • cordftnc:e with fu.stmn, but 5t ;!i>- : peared certain he would he asked to form ft now en bluet. T!:o pie-1 rnier has endeared hnnsclf to the: new King nnd his mother hy fi^ht-! Ing to maintain ihc buy's ri' L ;lit.s to the throne against intrigues which ! ha\'e plagued the divided royal i family. i Hussein, up to now ft student at; England 'a In tried ! la rro w school, ' will not cocercise the royal pavers niilil his 1811i iiirtliciay next spring. Until then, u regeno.y cnunrii —* the s;unu thre;o setiatocs \viio hatl at led for IiLs father for the past tijiTf nioJiths — will act for him. In Lausruim 1 , a representative <]i tlu- roval f:unily said Hussein's IIKJ- ihor wotjJti ]>ot permit hJjn So Mive interviru.i at the present time. "He is too VOUHR to t«lk in tln> ivn-. 1 -^. the Qureii fppj.s," the official said. Pai•liunif.'jit deposed thn -H-ypiir- <j. f ,'i T:::r 4 ! .'•'!*?." hearing nicdicnl re- pon.s Oint. the-re was no liopn for his recovery, lie had born Kinn fcir slightly le:s.^ than 13 inonihs — shire !lie is^fiassinaUon July '^0, liTil. of his fat1ir*r. Kins Abfliiibli— bnt ficimiHy had ruled for only f-ijjht tnoili;;. At '!if Urnr- of AbiJulliih's death, T:dril V.MS rfcoivlntj mrtlicit! iroai- n>rji', in S\\ p ;'./erlant( and his IJITI- ilif i r. P: nice Naif, M-rvrrL :is KILT-IU fcir the first two months nf '-js- re.":r2. U'lion Tnt«l tfUtrncr] lo ^•liu'opr' liist -'priiif;. tt ihcrine cnun- i il \","is n:MiietJ on M»y ir> jitvl hn^ i'>;cn'i L '(Ml the: roynl ri'.spoji-vjIjiJHiL'.s f'vcr since. Nfji'jnnlly the regency rounril for Hirst-in wiiiilcJ include at least one niciiiijc-r of thr? royal fnmily. None, however, is readily nviiitabli'v His mtele. Pi in*'e Nixif, is in exile in Lebanon for intriguing to grub the thronr for himself. Talal's cfjii.sin, Prinr-e Abflul liJnh. alre;uly is re^rnl of Jrarj, Movernitifj for 17-yenr-old Kin;; Felsal II. TAtal'R uncle. Prince Xaid, is Iraqi ambassador to Urn- don. f The same family — (he Hrishemites — rule both Jordan and Iraq. Hoth nations were carved out of the old Turkish Empire after WorlrJ War I. State Department Promises Action on Escapee from Reds 'Happy' Tax \Col lector Uses \His Own Time WASHINGTON MV-Thfi prur-nts of John Hvasla, an rx-Cil who reportedly escaped from n red prison !n C/cchoslovakia, have a |jyomi^- from the Stnto Dcprmmont thtit II will lake "riffinitc nrtinn" to try to Ket more Information about their son. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hviisla nmi ami I her son, St^ve, 22, en me h'-rc from HillsJdo, N. J, vr-itprrlny to ask State Dcpnrlmrnt.'ald. Teh Czech government reports! Insl Monday that Jnhn Hvasta escaped from a Coimmmihl pri^nn near Brntidnav Jan. 2. At the lime he V.TLS scirvlnti -,\ io-ye^r .sentence on conviction of <'har:es—cirno'in- rcr! hy this povernmrnL ns bnselr^s i~ Hint lie wns an American spy. 1 No word has been heard from him since. Yesterday, however, a (-'//'cli refugee named Jaroslnv : IJureo said in Munich, Germany. that H vast a escaped v,'ith him and four other prisoners, anrt lie was I conficfrnt he was stilt alive find IF hiding in C/rchos]ovakia. i Rpp. Rod i no fD-NJ), who arcorn- prdiind th<» Hvavfns to the State De~ pin'.rnent, said later officials prom- iscrj "definite action" but did not say v/hat tills might be. AUGUST FURNITURE SALE! Famous Hungerford solid mahogany bedroom furniture. All th« pieces are from our regular stock of this fine furniture and you can buy a complete suite or one piece. The name nf Rio de la Plata, in South America, means Hiver of Silver. BOSTON r,7V~-Honry I OHR Likes roliectinif taxes so nmnh he even does It on hi, 1 : ov, n time. The nnercetio Massuchnsetls t:i>: i romn)l«--sionor is- sitjiposed lo be on I ^ month's vacation ri^ht now, but [ he's s^pnttirit; it in his clmtrrrd cub: ijy-hole (jftiro nt the state House, i He's entitled to four v.rrk.s off n ; vcnr, but he hasn't taken a day of it Flnce lt« wns npjiointrn in 10"0. i And (here's no extra pay involved 1 either. Lonj;'s phllosoi)sy is "If you havr a week's va act ion It takes n wer'; to (jet over it,; if you have a month it takes n month lo iccnver." Don't cet I-oni? wrons,-, though; he'.s all for vacations—for the others. His advire to vacationers is: "Kat hearty, drink hearty, and go to the rr\rr^." All arc heartily taxed by the state, ' BAKE SALE Homo Mode Cakes, Pies, Cookies and Candies cf Sears Order Office Wednesday, Aug. 13ih Sponsored by the American Legion Auxilicry Obviously, this ultra-smarl nev/ Kroehlcr Original would be a beautiful addition Ip your living room. Its trim flowing lines—its fresh friendly fashion- give il an air of casual correctness. New Low Easy Terms The Krocdler Original, as shown, features la vtsh r new r deep-s<u!pli/rea'rnc>hair frieze t imoqinah'vo new Bui boil of oil, it bears Ihe Kroehler label, thai oulward sign of inward quality. colors. Same style also available in half It's your assurance that the Kroehler creed—a constant search for beller materials, better designing, belter workmanship to give you more value per dollar—has been fulfilled once again. See this exciting new value now. sofas of special value prices! 3-Pieces AS Shown ... Double Dresser, Chest and Low Post Bed: Reg. Price 349.95 - Sale Price 274.50 Night Stand Reg. $35 - Sale Price 29.50 Regular $89.00 Sale price Reg. 724.00 Sale Price with hanging mirror Reg. 723.00 Sole Price . Reg. 27.50 Sale Price , Furniture Smart Furniture — Moderately Priced PINEAPPLE POST BED CHEST ON CHEST VANITY VANITY BENCH HIGH POST COLONIAL BED DRESSER FOUR DRAWER NIGHT STAND Vanity and Dresser may be had with attached mirror for $7.50 above prices. '109 00 MGT Reg. 103.00 Sale Price Reg. 719.75 Sale Price . ..M ?nnoo .MM" Ml 50 more than 4jbove Prices Good For August Only! Many Ofher Values Too Numerous to Mention In Our Storewide August Furniture Sale! Shop This Store Before You Buy! Charles S. Lemons Furniture

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