The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1968 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Blythevnis (Ark,) Courier News - Tuesday, June .1, 19118 - Pag« Dam Nearly Done TWO MILLION ARABLE ACRES WILL BE ADDED TO IRRIGATION STRIP 3WMILE LAKE WILL BE TRIPLE THE SIZE OF HOOVER DAM'S LAKE MEAD I^^MiH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HMF^y:^;^ ^^^^^^^fffgjgS^^fU^illll^^^amymiywSKS^^^y^f^'''^" 1 '''*^"^ w M™™ ••' -' ™—— •'"• liVBOREfcsUressed much as their ancestors did thousands of years ago, take a break from Work on the Aswan High Dam, a project incorporating the latest in jet-age technology.. Work is nearing completion on the Aswan High Dam, which will provide a.vast boost to Egypt's power and irrigation resources. Costing about $160 million, the project is 90 per cent finished. EGYPTIANS and Russians working on a turbine at the , power station. Installation of dam's 12 giant turbines sHonld be completed by 1970. ENGINEERS get bird's-eye view of the Nile as they work on power lines! Power stations are being set up all over Egyptto handle the 10 billion kilowatts of electricity that _wBLeome from fte P^^SiS^ijiJ^SSfBSSSJSXiiiKiKSSvKiiWlKW*-.'-'" '" ~~ NUBIAN BOATMAN looks at Temple ot Abu Simbl. ; Temple with its 76-foot-high Bgures was elevated to pre- ; vent its being covered by 200-foot deep water backed up from the Aswan High Dam, U.S. contributed more than . $12 million to the project j MURR Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA ••••••••••••••*••••••• TUES. AND WED. AUDREY HEPBURN ALAN ARKIN RICHARD CRENNA WAIT UNTIL ZIMBALIST.JRJ Relax... Go To a Movie MoreComfortWeBring FALSE TEETH To overcome discomfort when dentures slip, slide orlposen, Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your: plates, FASTEETH holds dentures firmer., You eat better, feel more comfortable. PASTEETH la alkaline —won't sour. Helps check plate odor. Dentures that fit are essential to health. See your dentist regularly. Get FASTEETH at all drug counters. ELIAS Drive-In Theatre 1 Mile So. Hwy. 61 OSCEOLA •.',.;. •I,••••••••••••••••»•• LAST TlMi TODAY "COOL HAND LUKE" "THE AMAZON TRADER" WED. And THURS. SBBCUni WEDNESDAY m ^ m ^...^tte Aiwim High D»isrwffl ftore » MBoBenWc meteri »f w«ter, fUlif twa.nUlloB ntd^B WT««...to IN Mt**» •«* 1 " to M "*? N tt?.- .._ YES...IT'S A GREAT DAY., . . . but what do I do now? Whether you are a high school or college graduate, you should begin now saving for your future. No matter how little or howmuch you save, save regularly, and watch your savings grow- -You earn 4%fo per annum, and if you start your savings account by the 10th,.you earn from the 1st. Open a savings account with Blytheville Federal, and graduate to a secure future, with savings insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. SAVE BY THE 10th, EARN FROM THE 1st vslle IVINGS LOAN ASDOCIATION

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