Aug. 30, 2010 (Filing Services Canada) -- Yale Resources Ltd. (YLL - TSX Venture, YAB - FWB, YRLLF - OTCBB_Pink_Sheets), is pleased to announce that a recently completed geophysics program at the wholly owned Guadalupe Property, on behalf of our partner Gold American Mining Inc., has identified multiple potentially significant geophysical anomalies.
A total of 22 line kilometres of geophysics were performed at Guadalupe. The geophysical survey was designed to test down to depths of 500 metres. The key results from the geophysics program are:
- Magnetic susceptibility survey was successful in identifying the trace the near surface extensions of the known veins. The presence of additional parallel anomalies suggest the potential for additional veins that do not outcrop
- Induced Polarization anomalies indicate the potential for down dip extensions to the main veins within the property.
- A potentially significant chargeability anomaly (Induced Polarization) occurs in the southern portion of the property in between the Santa Rosa and San Antonio Mines at depth starting at 400 m, which is below the known depth of these historically important mines.
"These are compelling targets that support our interpretation that the Guadalupe has the potential to host potentially significant mineralization at depth. These new geophysical anomalies can now only be properly tested with a drilling program", stated Ian Foreman, P.Geo., president of Yale.
About the Guadalupe Property:
The 282.84 hectare Guadalupe Property is located approximately 4 kilometres north of the city of Fresnillo, Zacatecas State, Mexico. The property is approximately 8 kilometres north of the Fresnillo (Proano) Mine, the world's richest underground silver mine operated by Fresnillo plc. The property is also approximately 11 kilometres northeast of the Juanicipio Joint Venture between MAG Silver Corp. and Fresnillo plc.
The Property contains greater than 20 known workings as well as two historically important mines - Santa Rosa and San Antonio.
Ian Foreman, P.Geo, is the Qualified Person, according to National Instrument 43-101, for the Guadalupe Project and is responsible for the technical data mentioned in this news release. The presence of geophysical anomalies does not guarantee that there is a deposit.
On behalf of the Board,
Ian Foreman, P.Geo.
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