Fisher Plantation, oil well

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Fisher Plantation, oil well - WJ o mean be Drillers Reach Depth Of On* Mile...
WJ o mean be Drillers Reach Depth Of On* Mile Oil Producer On E. H. Plantation Is Believed Near Brarelpn's Army May h flushed To Rhine WASHINGTON (/P)--Speculation With toany marking the end the fourth week of drilling, in- dfcqtipim are that the oJUw*Jl.b*-i mg sunk on E. II. Fifiher'i'plkn- lalloti near Greenville may Lino on u broad front. . A logical solution to the problem, problem, in the opinion of military ob- Siogfricd "wildcat" firm has leased Uiouaimd »cres' 'of land on tlr Flaher plantation for the oil tempt. Under customary ngrcc- bitter servers, would he lo throw the tnenl, Mr Fisher will receive American-British-PoUsh n i r flght-lcighlh royalties if oil is ers over the river to seize cross- · · · ings for forces. in fan 1 ry and ;i rmored an ill waters all Late Bulletins 1,OMKN (iV) -- A Finnish broadcast recorded H Ihe British BroadcaMlne Corpora- lion Mid today that "Ril^lan tanks have probed to Ihe outskirts outskirts of Berlin." LON DO N A'J--The World Trade Union Congress accepted accepted an "American compromise plan today for settlement of a stormy dispute nver a proposal proposal to Invite delegates from former Axls-domlnatfd countries countries to the labor meeting. iidded. According to the oilman, current current ( :irc lo run n Schluin- bergcr slir.ft til 0,000 feel to Idea type ol deposits th shaft Ims penetrated thus far. ScJiluinberger records by means of electricity all formations such us n a t u r a l gas, rock and substances, It was said. "We've been lonking over thii jiireii for n number o( yc»vs ns good oil prospect, Mr. K f l scrted. lie said his f i r m first gan examining properties In thji sector In 1-JO. When fisked why he happened [pick (tie Kishcr [first .-.hiift IILTC, he'l that he for NEW YORK (/I'f--The British British radio said this morn ID* that Russian i roops have fou*Hi their way into the outskirts of Frankfurt-on- Otler, key hastlun ^uardlriK the direct road to Berlin, the federal communications commission commission reported. 'just picked (Jill the arcu, liked f a i u l went {o work." j Mr. K i l l a m said oil may atriu-k "nt a n y w h e r e jfcct In 15,000 feel ;init you never 'know w h a t k i n d of irnay h i t lu slow your tinning. 1 ' againstJFIRK-FJGIITING A I D ] fighting fires, om , A* to t h e cost of r u n i s h r j f l , IIL- said a well ;twcai *ro,OQO tinti SlOO.Of). f Idcc-Uircfi thnt no c-iliiruilc |made as to how much mnr.oy bM-n expended on Ihe well on lr ' F U h o r in-operty. !ftrc;i oppo.silc .e gallon The Much wilh anrl nurrowfi be-jthrough a no7-/-lc Uiat breaks ft iinto fog. wnter has an extinguishing valuc!ur*]ly as it goes dfjv/n he .naid. of thirty gallons, when forced! present ·iiamclor of the Fisher!^'' r i-i«!jt :ind lf)re'. i -nj:irtcrjt c it the bMt'Tn, he addled

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 08 Feb 1945, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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