The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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WEPNKSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 194S BLYTHKV1I.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Chile Reaffirms Antarctic Claims President Videla Will Plant Flagt Disputing ' British Dependencies Bj InDcencIo Plnlu DnH*d Press Staff Cnrrc.sponrie.it SOVEREIGNTY BAY. Antarctic, Feb. 18. (UP) — Chilean President Qabrlel Gonzalez VicleOa reaffirmed Chile's claim over regions of the Antarctic today in a speech warning Britain, against trying to "snatch . ., , these lands of ours." Without mentioning Britain by name, Gonzalez referred to "antiquated European imperialism trying with armed violence lo snatch from Chilean anti American posse.ssion these lands of ours." "America does not live today so disarmed and disunited as to permit Regression on the part of nn extra-comilionlal power," the Chilean president said. "Those who seek to abuse the au- theiiticily ot our maps and of international American rights ought lo remember and weigh scriouslj thai .such aggressions are directs: against all American nations." The president landed here yesterday with a presidential party Iron the Navy transport Presidente Pin- lo. He was scheduled to board the frigate Covadonga early today fo: a trip to the tip of Graham Lauii christened "Bernardo O'Higgiu Land" by Chile in honor of the country's first president. Gonzalez will plant his personal pennant and the Chilean flag on Graham Land and lay claim to regions of the Anarctic no\v in dis- putel between Chile and Great Britain. To Plant Hags The flags will be planted at Puerto Covadonga, site of a Chilean naval base, which will be commanded by LI. Cmdr. Ernesto Gonzalez, head of the Chilean Antarctic expedition. President Gonzalez received a 21- gtin salute from members of the Chilean garrison at Sovereignty Bay when he went ashore yestcr- I day. He was welcomed by members of the garrison, who have been isolated on the Island since last year. Sovereignty Bay is on an island of the George I group. East Northeast of Deception Island. The islands are part of what the British , call their Falkland Lslands depend- I encies. (Britain dispatched the cruiser Nigeria under forced draft from Capetown, South Africa, last Monday after it became known that both Chile and Argentina were sending expeditions to claim An'.arctic territory Britain regards as her own. (The Argentine expedition ir heading for the Falkland Island., which Argentina claims as the Malvinas Islands. The Argentina task force is expected to reach the Antarclic area over the weekend.) President Gonzalez, accompanied by his wife and two daughters, inspected a selsmological observatory and the Prat lighthouse at Sov- (reignty Bay yesterday. He also decorated members of the J , garrison with the Order of Merit lor their service in the lonely ouc- post. He u accompanied by Chilean Navy Commander Vice Admiral Emilio Daroch and Congressional leaders. Ice Gorged Ohio River Concrete Roof Collapses; 4 Killed in Fall KINOSI'OIIT, Tenn., Feb. 18 illl'i HuiMing iMMiecturs today due in lho shambles o[ nn auto sales build- Ins; id leiirn wlmt caused Its concrete rmif to tumble in. kllllne four meu yesterday. i K. K Jones, city bulliilnu insptv. lor, Mild he would examine tlieder- his aiul rnii'.stltni architects mid con. tractors loilny. TuciHy-iMRhi mm were on .thr rmif »t the time It KUVC way. Most at them "mile It to llio urinniii" iid'Ly. Om> snn'lvov suld lie iliniiulu he ••lii-nrd n Klrder snap" la-lure the concrete cnvcd In. The concrete v.'iis bfluK laid over n lni|m|ier nnd wire arch suppmlcd by g Inlet's. Twelve workmen wore Injured, tivn of them cillirnlly. and for litim.s police thought others might be Inn • lotl In the mhbt.sh. The only man who knew the complete list of workmen \viis killed, ml Dick Sleiner. ends,, iiollmv vessels were miule by j around * »an<! cor«, before (luc nd Hill llnrnc.s. larklcs. Iwlndlnn rods of hot, soilened glau. ulowlng vas discovered.' Operations of 11 Air Lines Suspended by CAB The ice-gorged Ohio River at Cincinnati is threatening millions of dollars of industrial inul pleasure WASHINGTON, 1'Vb. 18 curi The Ticsler Oil Co. pumpboat near Dam 31 is wedged into the ice pack us Inige slabs jinn the invr : OptTiillorus or II non-scheduled n !,„!„ •, : nu'rli-rs craft. (NEA Telephoto.) Klansmen Hold Quiet Meeting Shunning 'Battle With Coach i^y Julian Granger i over his methods ol dl.sriplininp Ihe United .Press Staff Correspondent basketball squad, came to town Rossvilte, Ga,, Feb. 18, (UP) —A i ready for trouble. hu^y ex-Matine who reportedly | He slnt i oncd scvcn ^ o .sc friomts aroused the antipathy of the K-i i witll )Vi0 ^ uns a pi(, cc al slratcBi? Klnx Ktan set the sta R e last niyht • SVQ{R in th p gym amonR tnc cheerier a pitched battle with the houci- itl& juf , h 5chool kjds . Am] ho kept cd order but rumors that the Klan > a p!S[ol handily at Ills own side as would put on a big demonstration he S[U wllh h ' [s lcam durini; lht , against him failed to materialize, The innocent-enough setting f° r the baUlegroutid was the municipal gymnasium where Coach Wai- have been the object of tlie demonstrating, had his Lake-view Hissn Basketball team entered in a prep tournament. Bowlanrt, whose trouble with tho he sat game. A group of reporters, photographers a ml radio men who had been of uvo friends, armed with shot- gun.s, while he was away. Ilowlaiul luicl taken tills pivnui- tion i-L'guhirl.v -since I wo recent visits he said the kltui had iniute 10 hi.s home w)iile his .wife was ulonc Thr first visit, lie said, was no comjiiiniod by the burning ol a nn.is on his [ronl Lawn. His wile storni- erl rjiii of tl\e house in a fury an-l defiantly kicked over (he klan symbol 'A i ipplc ol excitement ta:i tJuous;!] Lho ten.se crowd liisL mj-lt'. :i.s the cars pulled up at Douland'.i hou.se. Somebody lind .spotted shati- nwy fi^uiTs prcrinj; troni tin- windows ot a house aero.s.s the street. Huwlaiin's boclygviards gathered were .susjwmleil loduy by Civil Aeronnulli-s Honrd because they failed lo flic (niartcrly HJUMII llon.'i repurts us required by llu-l "li-lli-rs nf ri'Bistrnlion." Tlie cnrrU'r.s included Cousin I ,\ Co.. Hliili-ah. Fin., mid luicr-Amn- ican Aimnys, Miami Spilnns, l-'la. REPAIR NOW AND SAVE! SLIVI- llmu . . . Savr Money . . . S;tvo Worry . . . S.n» further r xpfiiM- mi iriuli-% uml |r;il:u-viMt'J)ls by c.itchhn limlv ilaiiiiiKrs u'Mh 1 th.Vir rr1;i lively slit; III a nil having thrill iTl>.iltt'<1 tty Leo Mo I or Sail's r\|>rrl \vurkiiirn, I.utr rate*, tut iMisy U'l'ins If you ilcslir. hnmnli.ilr service—na WE REMOVE DENTS .QUICKLY... All Work is Fully Guaranteed! LEE MOTOR SALES 307 Eusr Main Street CMC THUCKS Phone 519 I'^lris; Knllvi'ii IhliiR.si CULVKH. [rid. <UP)—Thriv sol.s o[ idciilical twins on the football squad ol Culver Military Ariulcmy kept not duly Coach Kuss Oliver Kue.ssinn but the loam's opponrnts a.s welL The twins were Jim iitul Jmrlf Ilcard.sley, end and fullback; gin border town by rumors of the anticipated trouble watched Hoss- ville High trounce Bowlaml's tcAiii 41 -to 2ti_ in the Seventh Distric; Tournament. Nothing else liappcn- aroinul the coach and Kot their weapons huiiuy. but thr watchers turucd out to be only n neighbor, John Stone, and his family. k ,„ the game was in prog row* . but tlicrc \va.i no parade — with or without shoots and hoods. Earlier in AUantn. Gtaiiri Dragon S:unuc , Grecn said Lhe pital to FayeUeville. Suit was filed by Dr. C. P. Slsco of Springdale. 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