VANCOUVER, Sept. 20 /CNW/ - Pacific Cascade Minerals Inc. (the "Company")
advises that the Company has completed the Phase 1 Diamond Drill program on
its "Crack Moly" Molybdenum prospect north east of Harrison Lake in
southwestern British Columbia. Phase 1 comprised 8 drill holes totaling 2,200
meters testing along a 700 meter strike length. Core logging has been
completed and split core from the first 6 holes has been shipped to Eco Tech
Laboratory Ltd. (Kamloops) for analysis. Drilling to date has focused on both
near surface and deeper I.P. geophysical resistivity and chargeability
anomalies as well as breccia pipes peripheral to the main target. The company
has now initiated its Phase 2 drill program by relocating the drill for the
set up of drill hole 9.
The Company's Phase 1 and 2 drill programs were planned for a total of
2,000 meters and 4,000 meters respectively.
Management is encouraged by drilling to date and as such has ordered an
expansion of the existing Induced Polarization ("3D IP") grid due to the
prospect's anomalies being open to both the south and west. Efforts are under
way to coordinate the start of the expanded IP program in order to close off
Mr. Wesley Raven P.Geo., is the qualified person for this project and has
reviewed and verified the contents of this news release.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
Pacific Cascade Minerals Inc.
The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this news
release. We seek Safe Harbor.
For further information:
For further information: Harold Forzley, President, CEO, Craig Robson
and/or Robert Krause directors at: Telephone: (604) 685-5851, Facsimile: (604)