The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1953 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1953 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Two Minerals, Vital To Defense, Found In Central Arkansas AP Special Washington Service WASHINGTON <AP) — Niobium and titanium — two elements of value in industrial and defense manufacturing — have been discovered In Central Arkansas. Making public a preliminary report by the Geological Survey, Secretary of the Interior Douglas McKay said the elements were found in rocks and minerals of Magnet Cove and Potash Sulphur Springs. Niobium, also known as columbium, is a strategic metal needed la manufacture of high-tempera- ture alloys for jet engines. It is a rare element, steel-gray in color, hard, fusible with difficulty and resistant to acids. Titanium, long used in compound form as a paint pigment and as an alloying agem for steels, has won a place for itself as a metal Because of high resistance to corrosion, light weight and greal strength, it is of military importance. The report said a detailed geo- chemical study of the Magnet Cove rocks has been undertaken in order to understand better the source of geochemical environment of niobium and associated elments. Magnet Cove is a shallow topographic basin about three miles In diameter in Hot Spring County The Potash Sulphur Springs ares is about six miles west of Magnet Cove. ADAM'S APPLE - Guliana Gardini has two Adam's apples ~-one in the customary place and the other on the beach suit she displays at Monte Circeo, Italy. Cslled •'Temptii- tion" the outfit feature; un ap-, pic and 3 snake as decoration. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOB THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Housing Authority of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, PtI. vs. D. W. Cranford and Crystal Cranford, husband and wile, Estella W. Calvin; John Walker Jr. and his wife Mrs. John Walker, Jr.; Annie Laster and any> unknown heirs of Beatrice Walker, Deceased NOTICE TO: ESTELLA W. CALVIN; JOHN WALKEE JR. AND HIS WIPE MRS. JOHN WALKER, JR.; ANNIE LASTER AND ANY UNKNOWN HEIRS OF BEATRICE WALKER, DECEASED 6711 RHODES AVENUE, CHICAGO. ILLINOIS You are hereby notified that Housing Authority of the CUy of Blytheville, Arkansas has filed their petition against you for condemnation of land upon which to build additional low rent housing units and for other purposes, said land j Pakistan May Get U.S. Wheat Free Administration Said Favoring Outright Gift of 700,000 Tons WASHINGTON UP) — The Eisenhower administration was reported yesterday to favor fin outright grant of about 700,000 tons of wheat to Pakistan. It was announced 11 days ago that a loan of one million tons was contemplated. Informants said, however, the thought now is that 7CO.OOO tons should be turned over as a grant with 300,000 tons possibly to be made available later either as a grant or loan. A million tons of wheat is the equivalent of 37,300,000 bushels. Diplomatci authorities said yes- : terday .President Eisenhower in a few days will probably recommend approval of a resolution authorizing this response to pleas for American assistance from the Pakistan government. The grain would come from stocks, bought in price support operations. Pacing a severe food crisis this fall, with a prospective grain deficit estimated as high as 1 >/£• million tons, Pakistan asked American heir a month ago. The Pakistan aid plan reportedly calls for an outright grant of some 700.000 tons of wheat to meet emergency food needs over the next year. I The rest would be supplied as a reserve, and Congress would decide next year whether the reserve supply should be an outright grant or a loan. being .described as follows: Lot Twelve (12), Miller and Greenlee Subdivision to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. You are notified that said petition will be heard by the said court at the courthouse in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas on the 8t-h day of June, 1953, being the first day of its regular June 1953 term at which time you may be present if you so desire. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Housing Authority of the City of Brythe- vilJe, Arkansas has caused these presents to be signed by its Chairman this the 11 day of May, 19a3. HOUSING AUTHORITY OP TH? CITY OP BLYTHEVILLE By Fred S. Saliba, Chairman 5)14-21-28-6:4 Meet Dreifns .. . Wear Diamonds .W MM \MI\ M'. tt IN fmiPKI*. BmH*V!llE AfiD DYERSB'JP.C Korea Is Totally Dependent On U.S. for Unity, Envoy Says WASHINGTON W)—The Korean ambnssndor to the United States said yesterday that his country Is ment will "cooperate with the Unlt- S. for ultimate unity and peace. Dr. You Chung Yang gave this explanation yesterday of the underlying significance of a declaration by President Syngman Ehee at Seoul yesterday that his government will "cooperat with the United States at any cost." Rhee and his associates have bitterly criticized U. S.-supported truce proposals which would leave Korea divided. Chinese Red forces in the northern part and Korean prisoners of war in some kind of detention for months alter an armistice. Officials of the Rhee government have threatened to pull their divisions out ot the u. N. Command and fight it alone. Tuesday, however, the 78-year- old Rhee said that "out of gratitude to the United Stote.s, common sense and \vistlom requires that we cooperate with the United States at any cost." Authorities here believe this means that Rhee has dropped the idea of trying to go it alone Ambassador Chiing's words in an interview bore out this interpretation. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Man Travels Without Money RIO DE JANEIRO (/I") — A "ma- Blc phrase" is helping & young j North American make a tour of the i world. Joseph Borned, 25, of Montana arrived her recently on the South American stage of his Journey. Since leaving Montana, he says he has spent 76 cents, although he is prepared to spend up to 50 dollars for the whole trip. So far, lie has visited Honduras, Cuba, Trlniti.'id, Venezuela, British Guiana, via car. airplane ar,d ship. Af-1 tor visiting Argentina, he hopes to ' go on to Africa. The magic phrase? "I have no money." Borne] claims that after he says that, people are willing to help him find free passage or lodging. James L Brooks Announces the Opening of His Offices For the Practices of PUBLIC ACCOUNTING Offices — A. G. Hall & Company 1325 Hearn St., Blytheville, Ark. Phone 8161 NOTJc EXTRA fOR EASY T£MS Get set (or the heat andgetFREflNSIAWION! ROOM AIR CONDI! 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