The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1950 Bradley Leaves for Dutch Defense Talks WASHINGTON,, March 23. W)— « today to «P ever re- tot, KM riotul 'Muu* pUn* wlui top mlll- K^SiSMves of the 'l2 At- J«ntlc treaty allies. An « »m. (EST) takeofl was ordered for the f«tir-(n|lii? transport taking the chairman of the jQltjt chiefs of staff la the meeting )n The Hague. Johmw t» Ff>l!ow In advance pf Jill departure Brad- Jey and Secretary of peftnse Johneon. who will follow l)l« Tuesday, conferred .with Secretary -of Slate Acheson. Francis H- Russell, slat* department director of public nJ- falrs, sald.ln Newark, N,,J., y day that AehlSOr »'|H Visit dor. probably in msy to (jlscuss pant defense problems. Bradley will preside at a meeting Df 'the military commitlen of. the North Atlaptic Treaty nations on Jrtarch 28 The announced purpose 4t» thl'-contatnpe Is 19 'consider the •eeompHBhrnents of Jivp regional 'plnhnlns groups. These groups are planning for the^dcfensc of Northern Europe, Western Europe, Soutli- em Europe, North America, and the Nqjth Atlanllq Qfe<tt1, Howard Left Earlier Howard, olwfrmnn if lh« U,B. Munitions Bonrd, for The Hngue left th'ls month to preside over a meet- log- of the military production anrt board >f the NorM> i jolwen will preside over » merit- ififf of the treaty defense committee in The Hague April 1. r The Hgfiie conferences (oka pinca at a tlm« Whei *l.OOp,0(X),000 of U.S. »rms a.14 is beginning to flow to European members of the North 4U«Ptic allnince, B-Zys H»VP Flown ~ Four- B-20 \ bombers have just completed a flight to the tlrilted Kingdom. th» first of 70 such planes Prospecting? Don't Forget Pah Or Patience-Burro Is Stubborn DEN'IKS ROMANCK HIFT— Pretty Gcorglamie (GIGi) Durston, night club etiterlalnor. smiles nt Pittsburgh, after denying vcnnrls her with plliolt iloosevolt on the rocks. To prove her, point, QiQi, displays a fitsr sapphire en, EOgetnent, r'ng on her third finger left hand. It was given to her by Roosevelt, she said. (AP Wlrqihoto) Bj' 1 'fit *r^--rf"*t-r* .WASHlNQTQfV March 21. Wl— Goiny prospecting' for-gold? Don't 'orget your frying pan—and try to develop a pallsnt. attitude toward . reportedly c»rmarked .the British. . Jor gifts to A French currier. I* on Its way to Blzerte, Tunisia, with a load of U S planes, and ten destroyer escorts have been ordered to east, const naval shipyards for overhaul prior ",ie" transfer overseas.^ The Defense ; Department announced earlier tills Boosts Oil Output TOKYO (AP)^ipari set a post, war record for oil production In January with is-tjioo barrols. output wns 131,555 barrels for December anil 81,525 for Jfiminry, . J Japan's own wells neve have beer able to supply much oyer Ifl per cent of the cquntrj' r s requtrepnenls, week that two of tlicso will go to the. Netherlands, In addition, ground force equipment for European tiwmlwrfi of the pact Is being prepared at the New York port of embarkation for early shipment. Li s,ome of the advlM In a now BiiMe to prospecting for sold Issued by Ihc U.S. Bureau of Mines '.odny »l|d available free of charge from ita Pittsburgh office. E, P. Gardner, the bureau'? ehlel mining engineer, say* it's tru« ih«t Kdtrl Is where vo» find, It—bill It r.till helps to know something al»ut geolocy. . . Foiinit liy ArrWent He n Iso points •'out tliaf. while most, metal mines in this country have teen dtaoverod b.v <iiiallf|«i prospcot'irs, otliers havn been 'found nccidentiiliy l>y '"«n roumi'DB up burros, hnnlini] game, bulWlng vorid.s—or even by burrowing mil R|S mid ants. . . . "Prpbnbly one prospector out of fifivcrnl thoiisnnrt flvor findi any- ililliB wort!) ilovoloplng," Gardner snys rtiscfoiiraBluBly. Moreover only one out of every three Imndi'cd or four hundred properties developed becomes profitable mine, "To prospect for lode 'gold, the miner should know first of nil how to take care of himself In the hill or on the desert, "Most proMiectors work a,lome *u<l nre- nccuslomed to solitude-, Many work In mine.') In the winter and yrospept In me summer, \Vfre Orub^Rtqkfd "In llio old days, many prospectors were Brub-Mnked hy merchants indWichials or copipanle.s, usuwlly 01 a fifty-fifty ba'sln. The practice now is followed less than fornierlj but r, professional prospector o Bond repute usually can got a back er." . '. • . Gardner Er»id most prospector Appear to prefer a sm»l! cheap fry ing pan for panning rock samples. He described the equipment « rospecior nhould carry «niJ «M nrrns jjeiifrslly are the best form f transportation In rough country. "The principal objection to bur- 01 Is that they must ba rounded ip eseh (Uy to keep them from waiirlerlni pff," he tald, "A proi- pector will »p'nri ahoiit » fourth if his working time chaslnt iU« utrros," • Man Held for FBI After Keeping Girl BAN JOBE, CalU,, Mnrch M, (fl™ A 13 year old Klrl's acmiimtion thnt a (jonvlnlfd ruplH forced her to live with lilm in trailer camps jj months paused hi* detention for the FBI today. , Frnnk La flalln, 53, an \mem- )loyn<! mechanic, (aco'l K pnsulbl* lilrtiinplne charge in Now Jers»y, Ho WR» summoned today beforo a United fllntes cnmmlssfoner for •\ henilna OtfQ p.m. EST) on » Mann Act charge. Plump, brnwn-hMred Florence 'Sally" Iforner related; La 8»lle saw her steal a notebook n Cnmdfn, N.J. Ho pretended to b« nil FBI man and induced her to 'cave home under threat of exposing her. : • U. 8 Attorney Frank jr. Hennessy snid Ne'.v Jersey aiilliorltlcs would liave first call on La Salle if kld- j) charges were filed. 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