The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1947 · Page 6
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April 21, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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! PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILUC (ARK.) COURIEU NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 21. 1SI-17 Denmark Mourns Death of King <• Frederik the 9th ?• Succeeds Father Who ' feeigned 35 Years , BY KAI SARUP \ '(U"Hfd Press Staff Correspondent! '} r COPENHAGEN, April 21-KiiiR Governors Exchange Greetings During Jaycee Convention [ : Frcdorik IX, led his 4.003,000 j jfds today :;i mourning for liis I fallier, King Christian X wlio died J last nipht after a popular reign of j nearly 35 years, spanning two worl.l ? wars. 'Tile new king and his quetm, ^ formerly princess Ingrid of Swe| deii, Brovc lo Cliristianborg Clmpei ; atone early today and received lioly communion. • Prime Minister Kmid Kristensen was ; to make the formal proclamation of Frectei'ik's succession from the balcony of Christiansborg Palace at 4 p.m. An 81-Bim salute will hf Hird and all churches will ring their bells. Th e cabinet offered its formal resiKimticm but was asked to -remain in office. 'Although..the death of the 76- y'car-old Christian had been expected for several davs, the Danes were deeply'moved. There ws nni-. versa I agreement with Kiislen- scu's words, "w c have lost a beloved king and a KQpd, true Dane." The body of the six foot, six inch kins will lie in state in Aln- lientorR Palace, where he died, for two davs. II then will be borne to the Ch'ristianbors Church to lie state another citjht davs. Burial •mill be at the Cathedral of «os- "KUde. where Danish kinas have b2«n.buried for the past 1,000 years •"Denmark .-will be in a slate of 1 mf>nrnint! for six months. .Succession of Frederik IX carries on a custom that Danish kings al- trniHtely are named Christian ant Frederik. Only once since 1448 ha there been a break In this tradi lion. That was King Hans In 1491 The passing of Christian as 1 ended a unique regal brother team Christian's younger brother Is Kin Haakon of Tforv.'ay .who as prln: Carl of Denmaik was elected ' the revived Norwegian throne i 19CS, seven years before Chrlstla sucraeded to the Danish throne. Message of condolence from man p?rU of the world reached th royal family and the Danish gov eminent. Christian had won the < Anderson of • Hclciii urcsltlcnt esteem of the allied world lor his °" n ^»« c '«>» 01 Helena, picsmeni staunch defiance of the Germans which he was their prisoner in his town -Castle during the occupation. •Among Ihe condolences ,\vcrc I la:,t year. Active In many civic organlwi- i 'lions aiui their cominunity projects. Mr. stanficld is also a member of ihe Chamber of Commerce and the Mississippi County Farm Bureau. He recently received recognition by national Jayeec headquarters as tone of the seven men who had completed assignments given them last year in junior Chamber work. .Much lice OK II it ion for ItlythcvJIIc The Ulythcville Junior Chamber also Lopped Ihc project award list winning three first place and t'.vtj tficoiul place certificates for club and civic activities in various fields last year. First place awards, were won in the fields of civic wr-lt'are and public relations, and Blythc- ville tied with Fort Smith for first, place in Christmas activities. Hly- tlicvillc also won second place in youth program work for club pul>- llrntions. The awards follow: AsHctiHure-- Morrilton. first place and Tcxar- kana, second; Aviation, Harrison Americanism, El Dorado; Civic Welfare. Blytheville. Smith; The Arkansas Jaycccs' cmivcrilion found Ijlyllicvllk 1 ciitci't;uiuii(, r two 'j,it\ crnors and in the larger group Governor l.ancy .(liollliiiR Ills hat) is greeting Governor Ja'ines E. Folsom of Alabama. Others in this t;r<mi> ik'll to ntjhl) Include: Hri;;... Gen. James S. Saliba, atljulant general in Alabama, and a former IMyllicville resilient; Olho Stanfirld, winner of Ihc C. 11. rainier DisliiiKinshi'd Servile \uard; Mayor E, 1C. Jarkstin, Governors I'olsiim and l.ane.v; anil at l.ancy's riglil, John ISen Shepherd, Glailcwater, Texas, viri: prrsidcnl of the National Jaycers. In the insert Saiifnrd Shr-llon, uf Uic Klylhi-ville .layiccs, receiving icrtlliiates of three first pliice,, and two second place awards for club and civic projects carried out by the local Kroup during (he past year. Sidney McMalh. il»l Hprinsrs. piosccuting attorney for the state's 18lli Juiliciil District, is shown addressing ll:e inaugural luncheon held Sunday when the new state officers were installed. Hclow JSracllcy Kimhrough, (right) of O'"*rk', the new president uf -the Arkansas Junior Chamber of Comment,' is slmwii ivith Sam Anderson, Helena/ president uf Kaslcrn Arkansas: Young; Men's Husiness Clubs:, LI guest at the lum-hcon. —Courier News I'holus. CONVENTION Continued from l'at;c 1. of adventure because "in the Job to b<! rionc toilay we cannot fa-.l, for fnilnre is fatal." James Roy .served as toa.stmaslcr and Introduced among the uiiests of the Eastern Arkansas Young Men's Business Club. Texan Is Speaker Speaking at the convention din- from President Trumin and King George VI, now touring South Africa. Christian died yesterday after a two-week illness. He suffered a ifcart attack on Easter and ensuing .complications gradually sapped his strength. He had been awakened tby pneumonia last Januavv. During the closing years of his -life 'he had .been confined to wheelchair because - of a fall i~ siana Junior chamber of Coui- nerce. l'rci:t;editiK Mi 1 , shepherd's address. Raymond E. Roberts, editor Future MngiMlnc, the national Jaycce publication, told the group that he "had never been receive;! <;il\\ IIOIIUT AllkiMs Of l.tttlC llni'k, Col. T. II. II:iil<m «f Kl DuraiUi, and Sen. J. \V. I'ulbriKlit of Ka.vettl-i-illi-. In his public relations work to >ui)!icixc? Arkansas. Mr. Slanfield last year constructed a plywood ,1, I'ublic Helations. Blytlicvlllc, Tcx- iirkann and Harrison tied for second place 1 , Clul> PutilicatUins, Fot 1 Smith, Blytheville; Christmas Activities, nlytheville and Fort Smitl tic lor iirst, Harrison second: Fire Prevention. El Dorado; Salety Texarkana; Sports and Recreation !•"(. Smith, pine Bluff; Youth Uro- prani. i>ine Bluff. Blytheville; 1'rol it-makin;; projects. Harrison. Ft Smith; outstanding Jaycee pub lir"V, Ft. .Smith. Two special awards were given They went to Ihe Sheridan clul for work In veterans affairs an 1 to the Ozark group for Us resource and development projects. The trophies and certificate were presented by L. E. Tinnc! o El Dorado, chairman of the stat awards committee, at the conven tion dinner Saturday night in th Hotel Noble. | Members of the Awards Commit , tec included Bob Wheeler of Hal rison. co-chairman; John McDowc rn Blytheville. llarrel Dunn of Pin Bluff, Clarence Higglns of Fol Smith, Waller Lancy of Cainclc better anywhere in Ihe Uniicd | i-csomces map of the slate E14 DYEING Have your SHOES DYED ,J 'to match your purse . . .' ••Have your PURSE DYED J S/to match your shoes. AVe J •\ can match any color lentil- J H er, Sucdc, Satin, Fabric, ', nor Salnrday night, following the presentation of awards, Nationn Vice President John Den Shepherd slressed acceptance by young men of the responsibilities as "citizens of the world" to make It a better place in which to live. "We must be men and women of action to accomplish this," he. said., "and must keep our economies strong ni stales and nation. Mr. Shepherd briefly traced ttv organization of the Junior Chamber of Commerce in St. Louis in 1913 and the later Inception of the United States Junior Chainbe; as n co-ordinating agency for clubs throughout the country. He loUl of the \\ovk and functions of the Junior Chamber In elds of civic betterment. ['living rlbutc to Jaycces killed in World War IT. he also credited those who carried on club activities witli the ieplctcd memberships of the years. i Nubuck. i HALFORD'S SHOE SHOP 10G So. 2nd Because talking; war will help jring war. Mr. shepherd said. "\ve should talk peace and understanding." E. M. "Buddy" Terry acted is toastmaster at this dinner and Mr. Shepherd was introduced by George Haird, president of the Louhi. 1 ; hoi;sc while ridir.f; the streets of Copenhagen (luring the nraur.v- tion. The daily ride had been quiet defiance of tiie Germans. s Ihim in Arksuwas." lie bi'icfly on UTU :u-livitics of Future AIn(;n/ltic k atui said cHvrraf'c on Ihr convention was being yiven by il. A dance S;Uunlav ultjhl in the Main KxhiblL builcMin; at, Walker Park faii'uvoniuls climaxed the -social activities [or the more than 4no <lflocales who registered here; for tlie convention, WynU IIc:uls Noinlnnlnijf CuirinHlfo The 1 nominating committee \vliicli .srketed ciuulklntK.s for UK? plrctlon of officers vestcrduy wiis l\e:uicd by UIU Wyatt* of Ihc- MlyllieviJIe .Jny- eeos. Other members were w. 15. Co ley Jr. of Furemun, Olen Uoimkl- 50]] 'of nnQucen. Wade Bliu-k nf | Pine Bluff, W. Eupor.soii tif bcr- ryvUlc. Ernest, IIack\vortl\ of Tcx- avkana. Jui'k TloH o[ Walnnt Knlv:f. Karl K. Johnson ol Clark.:vil!:'. Punl I'olndcxler of Mom It on. Stu:»rL Clark of Crossrlt, R'd Bno\v of !•;! Corado. Frank Wallon of Stutl^urt. n'obcri II. Williams ol lUisaenville.' I.nsk Robinson of f'ort smith, BrufiU'y Kimbnnigli of Ozark, Wul- tct 1 Luuey of cnmden, J. 10. Uuuliip of Hfiri'iHOh,' Oharlus Graves ut Texnrknna nnd Henry 11 rower of hcridim. II was announced yrstrnluv lh:it iov. James E, Folsotn of AluhLiinii. vho addressee! the JaycL'o-. Fi idiiy, aid he would send his plane - in Jiii.c Li) pick up th.' ArkuM- deIfH;;ition and fly il In U:e n.i- tonal convent ion ul Long iSe.xch. square jeet in area and showing all agricultural and industrial activities of Arkansas. He took this map to the lEl-lti national convention in Milwaukee. To Itttvisc Resources i\lap He plans to make additions to this map, displayed during the state convention iti the Mote! Noble lo focus attention on Arkansas, lobby, and t;ike it to the national In addition to being a national and Marion Hartnz of Stuttgart convention this jnnc in Lous . director last year, he was also con- | -^_— Beach, Calif. vcnlion chainnnn for the three-clay ^^~ In jjcrving as a state public rein- ' .stale meeting which ended ycstcr- tions man, Mr. Stan Meld traveled day. Mr. Stanficid also won the 7500 miles during the past year and Young Man of the Year award for spent 45 days in Jaycee activities service rendered to the community Panama Hats Cleaned & deblocked The Johns Shop no:i w. Main Dyer's Greater Shows** f?;it tiring CAPTAIN DENHAM'S MIDGET CITY A do mi Carnival flu •r.inxinmt. Free Admission to Cirotnuls S11 DIIsurer! by lilyllicvJIIe Jnyreos 5 road way & Chickasawba One V/cck Starting Monday, April 21 utincc cvf-r.v a fit 1 moon !t:13U p.m. cchil ni;ilinen Saturday afternoon fur school children at t p.m. HEADACHE Ci pa Jin i from follo i Maps of A1S Counties in the State: !*! A complete sel of separate maps of each ol the : J !•! st-'vuiily-fivc I'ountics in ilic stato, on a scale of ono !j! !*; inch lo lliu mile, sliowing highways, townships and y. 5; scclion liiu's, liiKi.ses, cnurc'iies, sclmols etc. Eacll :»: J Ciitnity. $1 per map pltiK 20c for cost of mailing. >; !>' \\'rilc fur cuin])lctc list, i\ p ith prices of Stiltc and U. S Maps •*• I Little Rock Blue Print Co. \ >; 221 W. Second St., Little Rock. Ark. > ^V.XXy.'O'.'O'.'V.'OLO".;*'. *">';»;>; IVY New Theater Manila's Finest Hhows KVr.RV MCIIT Alultnce H»turd,iy & Sunda Boi Opens Week Uajs 7:(MI iat.-8un. I p.m. Oont. 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