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ZINC-LEAD EXPLORATION – Ruddock Creek yields excellent grades

BRITISH COLUMBIA - DOUBLESTAR RESOURCES of Vancouver has received assays for holes in the Creek zone of its Ruddock...


BRITISH COLUMBIA – DOUBLESTAR RESOURCES of Vancouver has received assays for holes in the Creek zone of its Ruddock Creek property 100 km north of Revelstoke. The holes are located 50 m from the 2-m wide surface showing. They tested 11.21% Zn and 2.65% Pb over 6.23 m, 8.78% Zn and 1.93% Pb over 7.43 m, 7.25% Zn and 1.41% Pb over 6.15 m, and 9.59% Zn and 2.68% Pb over 0.73 m. The Creek zone is one of 12 massive sulphide surface showings on the property.

Doublestar also reported that the E zone, within the Creek zone, has returned assays up to 11.70% Zn and 2.27% Pb over 22.6 m. A historical hole drilled in 1964 into the E zone returned 28.64% Zn and 3.89% Pb.

The Ruddock Creek project is a joint venture with SELKIRK METALS (70%). An excellent representation of the 2005 airborne geophysical survey flown over Ruddock Creek is posted at www.Doublestar.net.


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