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Volume 17, Number 2 March/April 1966

In This Issue

March/April 1966
At the Turn of the Tap
Written by John Ballantine
Photographed by Burnett H. Moody

When the weather man predicts a cold winter for Europe, skilled technicians in Saudi Arabia prepared for it.

The Poets of 'Ukaz
Written by Saif Ad-Din Ashoor

The realists came, and the dreamers too to prove that ... 'The beauty of men lies in the eloquence of his tongue.'

Proud Centennial
Written by Daniel Da Cruz
Photographed by Tor Eigeland

From Vermont a hundred years ago came Daniel Bliss to found on the shores of Lebanon, a great university.

They Built for Eternity: In Ancient Egypt
Written by William A. Ward
Illustrated by Brian Smith

With only wedges and chisels, with only time and patience, they built the world’s most famous monuments.

Valley of the Moon
Written by Jan Van Os
Photographed by T. F. Walters

In southern Jordan shrouded in an ancient silence the Wadi Ram immense, mysterious, unforgettable.