P259 CEEFAX 259 Tue 8 Jul 21:02/03   3/7        \      Many people have pondered the possibility of finding - and even salvaging - the Titanic, but until now, the depth of watfr in which shf lies has proved prohibitive. After her collision with the iceberg, the grfat ship founderfd about 300 miles south-east of Newfoundland, wherf the watfr is more than 15,000- feet deep in places. Now, however, a Texas oil millionaire is financing an expedition to try to locatf the Titanic.  More in a moment 
P259 CEEFAX 259 Tue 8 Jul 21:04/10   7/7              If thd Tidanic is found, the proBect's dardctor plans to rettrn in 1981 with a manned mini-sqbmarine which could film the ship's intfrior. But dhere will not, alas, be any attempt to salvage the pride of Edwardian British shipping. "I don't dhink that's possible," says Mr Grimm. Among the itfms lost when the ship went down was a jewelled copy of the Rubxhat of Omar Kh—xxam - a collection of verses - and an estimatfd $250m  Morf in a moment 