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June 15, 1973 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-15

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Potential Oil Sites Noted at Symposium

TEL AVIV—Possibilities of
finding crude oil in the Dead
Sea area, especially near
Ein Gedi, were reported at
a recent symposium initiated
by the Geological Institute
and the crude oil department
of the ministry of agriculture
and development.
Since 1948, IL 200,000,000
(almost $50 million) has been
invested in the search for oil,
although from a practical
point of view, the investment
was double this a moun t.
Thirty per cent of the invest.
ment went to research.
Some of the findings and
evaluations presented at the
symposium include possibili-
ties of finding crude oil in
the Dead Sea area and in the
southern Negev. Drillings
are recommended in the
northwest Negev to deter-
mine possible oil sites.
There are some potential
oil sites in the Galilee. De-
spite negative findings in the
Jericho area, further re-
search in this region is rec-
ommended to determine sites

Guide at Soviet Fair Puts Record Straight

NEW YORK — Visiting soldiers with the Star of
the U.S. Outdoor Recreation David on their helmets.
Fair in Moscow, a Muscavite
Theodore Shabad, New
encountered American guide York Times correspondent,
Andrea Wine wearing a Star noted that "the young Jewish
of David. Enraged, he called woman, a Tufts University
the young woman a fascist. graduate interested in inter-
The Soviet press routinely national trade, kept cool.
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for new drillings. It is also
recommended to drill further
on the first site in this area.
And in the central and
northern coastal areas ex-
plorations will be carried out
despite the technical diffi-
culties that were pointed out
(2.4 mile-deep drillings are
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oil.)
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