The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 11, 1946
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1946 oeDildy Resigns Caching Post Former Blytheville Mentor, Now in Hope, Will Enter Business Joe Dittly. former Chick athtelic nth and head of the Hope High :hool football team the past scan. has resigned to enter biniiu«s, ^id Nolan Tollett. assistant cn;icli. ^nen advanced lo that posi- Iding a commendable record in rkiinsas fuulbiill. nilcly ooached the cal team W hen the Chicks won 'o slittc titles and tied for n third. T the only lime.s- the team lias if- 'Ivcd state honors, During bis nve-year stay horc. is teams last about half a -lm-n tines. 1'Voiii hero, he went lo University Mississi])pi as line coach ami af- r Ihere one season, he<j:ii!d filter Ihe Army in which ho •I'ved as an athletic officer. Fol- 'Wing his discharge, he wen', to lig Nine Football Champs rain for Rose Bowl Game CHAMPAIGN, III.. Dec. II. — UI'i—The University of Illinois xrtlxdl team begins practice today 'r the New Year's Day Rose Howl .tine. Coach Kay Eliot scheduled woi'k- for ihe nig Nine champions iiie University armory daily ex- i Sundays until Dec. 20, when 'ley entrain for Pasadena. Eliot asked conference officials permit 44 players tcfc make the ri|) instead of 30 under present imitations. He said the larger raveling squad would permit erimmage sessions on the West •oast. (ARK.); COURIER NEWS Persistent Tyke I WANNA SIT WITH School Bus Hits Tree When Tire Blows Out; 25 Passengers Injured PTJNT. Mich. Dec. 11. ilf.P.i — A loaded school bus blew a tire, and smashed into a tree this morning, injuring 25 of the young pr.s- sensers. but none was" killed, the sheriff's of lice reported todiy. <;A\AI>I.\N WATEUS Canada .stretches along npiu'iix- imutely fuur-IHihs of I ho flshinj' grounds of Ihe North Atlantic. Her interior lakes contain more than one-half of the fresh water on carln Walter Johnson, Diamond,Star, Called by Death WASHINGTON, Dec. It. (UP) — Walter Johnson, who rode to baseball Immortality on his fabulous last ball, passed on toiti'.y to the biuuest tongue of them all. Death, caused by a bruin luiiior, claimed the' ''big Train" at Uie line of 59 und plunged four decades of bas*balldoni into mourning— from t.He major league executives who knew and loved him to the trade-school sandlotlers lo whom hi 1 was only a leycntl. The magnificent hearl that never conceded defeat In a pitcher's battle, finally yielded las! night at 11:40. Death came 10 the one-tlrne pitching ace of the Washington Sjnalors in the silliness ol n whlte- '.vnllftl hospital room only u few miles from Gillfltli Stadium, tile ball ijurk where ihousands—from Presidents to peanut vendors once roared liibute lo his hurllni; ycn- ius. His. three sous and two daughters were at his bedside. Johnson had been critically ill since last April when he suffered a stroke. It developed, however, chat he wus stirtVrlng from u brftlu tumor which paralyy.ud his left side. Cincinnati Reds Not for Sale At $1,000, 000 CINCINNATI. O., Dec. II. — (Ul'l-i'owell Crosley, Jr., owner of Ihe Cincinnati lii'ds baseball I emu, said do expected today's nmll to bring un oifer i o buy the icJm uy u 12-mmi symllaue, but that lie already had mused Ihelr unofficial leeler.s. Uomml Bhellul. altorney for ihi> syndlnile. said (he official oiler had In'eu .nailed, but did not reveal the olfereit sum. Crosley said the Hcds are noi for sale. Shnllai S |,i,| i| 1(1 sy iul|cule vx- liccted oco. to iiH'oi'i.jrate for $1.0(10,- Judge to Hear Local Option Appeal Friday OSCKOI.A. Ark., Dec. n. <u.P.) —A hesirin,, , m ., |,,,|tij, lu seekiiig a local option cluclimi | n jon.'s- boro and Caraway will bu held in Mississippi cm-nil court here Pn- day before Jmlijo Znl I), llarrlr.on. The heiiriiiu resulted fi'o.n 1,11 r.ppcui taken from a decision 01 the Cralnhead county Court um Nov. 19. At Una (line Ihe conn PAGE Former.Revenue Officer Faces- Term in Prison . „ / BATESVIU.E, Ark, Dec. 11 — * JP>—John W. Fudge or M»U iliinu prepRi«d today to tMcin serving n two-year fed^-al .watoncc Imposed litre yesterday ii(t«r hie" WHS found utility of receiving ihd ' concealing „ stolen automobile and moving It across a state line. P'Wljo. a formei-'inspector for .ths Slate Revenue Dcpartmeiii, was'' sentenced uy i^ederal Judge Hurry Lfiiilcy. IX'iinlc A. lliiys, also of Me\- boume, was found guilty of thu ' sniiic charge, but was given a tliree-yeiir suspended sentence. . Capitol flans Hoiiaays M'lThE fiOCK, Ark., Dec. 11 — <UI>>—Of/icon In the state Capitol will be cln-icd In otaervaiice of Christmas from noon, Dec, 24 until Hie morning of nee. 27, Secre- tnry of Slnlc C. O. Hall has announced. Christmas decorations nn t'ne Mfllchmisc will be'lighted Snturday eveninu. , FAMOUS DIVISIONS PICKED MEN Out in the Far East—in Korea and Japan the great Army divisions which fought down the hard road to victory in the Orient are now pnrt of a brilliant peacetime team. Their spectacular success adds new luster to battle flags already bright "with war-won honors. Many of these units are now taking in new men. They accept only the best—rugged, keen young soldiers capable of fitting the roles established by men who preceded them. * If you can measure up to the standards required, it is possible for you to join such outstanding units. A three-year enlistment for duty in the Far East enables you to choose the division with which you'll serve after completing your initial training in the U. S. » While serving your country in these fascinating places, you will be provided excellent living facilities. Far Eastern forces are comfortably garrisoned with fine recreational services conveniently near. Overseas duty also boosts new Army base pay by 20%—a Private makes $90 a month, clear of food, clothing, medical and dental expenses. Your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Officer can furnish all details. • LEitcn to: Guy Lomberdo, "Sovffd Off," "Warriors of Ftace," "Vefct <il tht Ami," "rroutlf We Hail," and Major fastball Ireorfcaitl on your radio. NEED Volunteer for One of These Famed Fighting Units in Ihe Far East 1ST CAVALRY DlVISlON-Thc "Cavalry Iioopcis,' TIOW mccllaniicd in Japan. ?r"v' "; S - ; init " reach «""'» "d rokyo. Faugh, one ol the «-»r's wilder bal.lcs lakine Moinou auslrip on Los NfRros. Received Distinguished Unit Ci- talions !or action on Los Nee,05, Kivaia- tein and Leyte. ' 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION-Tlic "Red Star Di»iston"_now in Korea. Saw terrific action in New Guinea and Sansnpor and moved on to |>lay a vital role in clearing ti:e Japs from J.uron, Philippine Islands^ 7THi INFANTRY DIVISION-Ti,e "Huurclasi Division, ' now in Kotca. First to iccan- Attu. SJ>V tiller Cishtiog on Kwajalein. Lcytc and Okinawa. 11TH AIRBORNE DlVIS10N_"T!ic Anrtls' row in Japan. Awardti! ttn Dislinp.iiUhe'j Unit Citations [or spfctactilai iiglitini; hi six months on Lpyte an/ ) J. uzor j. MTH INfANTRV DIVISION_Th c "Victory Illusion. no» in Japan. Veitr.ins ol heavy fightmB in New Guinea. Leyte. Hinjoro. Manndnque Islands. Awarded Distiit- guisried Unit Citations for action in capturing Corrcgidor Fortress. J5TH INFANTjiY DIVISION-The "Tronic tiEiitninr Division." now in Japan. Saw Se- vln? e i"v*]ij ^ uajalcjnal . New Geor K ia. Unit Citations lor actio'n on l,u;on. A GOOD JOB FOB you U. S. Army .CHOOSE THIS FINE PROFESSION NOW! HERE'S WHAT YOU GAIN IN OVERSEAS SERVICE In AJilHIon fo Foot), Lodging. 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