National Graphite Cancels Chedic Graphite Drill Program

National Graphite Cancels Chedic Graphite Drill Program 
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 12/11/13 --  National Graphite
Corp. (OTCQB: NGRC) announces that, due to the delays encountered in
its application to drill within the Chedic Voltaire lode claim, the
Company has cancelled the drill program. On March 5, 2013, the
submitted an "Intent to Operate" plan with the Humbolt-Toiyabe
National Forestry Service, Elko District Office to drill five holes
within the Chedic Voltaire lode claim block. In May 2013, the
National Forestry Service determined that the Company submit a "Plan
of Operations" to include an environmental impact study. In July,
2013 the Company completed its environmental impact study on the
proposed drilling program and submitted a "Plan of Operations" for
permitting approval.  
With the project being tied up in red tape and substantial property
payments coming due, the Board of Directors has decided to abandon
the project and concentrate on its Silver holdings in Mineral County,
Nevada, near the Candelaria Silver Mine. The Company's LAG claims are
located in the Walker Lane Mineral Belt in western Nevada and is a
major northwest-southeast-trending zone which displays right lateral
fault movement that ranges from 30 to 40 miles in its central
portion, and hosts a variety of precious metal and base metal mineral
deposits (as well as geothermal activity) along its length.  
Numerous samples have been collected returning values greater than 3
oz. silver/ton (opt) with a high value of 20.35 opt silver. The
highest gold in rocks returned is 2.08 ppm (0.061 opt Au). 170
scoop-soil samples were collected across a zone approximately 7,000
feet long and 1,500 feet wide. This sampling returned three prominent
anomalous silver zones within a very large envelope of detectable
silver. The largest zone is over 3,000 feet long and had a high value
of 9.4 ppm Ag. Two strong gold zones correlated with the silver;
these soil values enveloped the very high-grade silver and anomalous
gold in rock chips as well. 
The Company intends to continue the evaluation of the silver zone on
the LAG claims. This work will include 1:2,400 scale outcrop mapping
and additional prospect rock sampling and to identify drill targets
and drill, if results warrant.  
"Safe Harbor" State
Under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The
statements in the press release that relate to the Company's
expectations with regard to the future impact on the Company's
results from new products in development are forward-looking
statements, within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995. A complete "SAFE HARBOR: Disclosure" is listed on
the Company's Website under "News" 
Kenneth B Liebscher 
Tel: 855-842-8268 
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