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Famed international hydraulic engineer Colonel Hugh Lincoln Cooper of Manhattan, builder of hydro-electric plants in five countries with a total value of $150,000,000, signed a contract, last week, in Manhattan with representatives of the Soviet Government to build a 470,000 kilowatt plant on the Dnieper River, requiring a huge dam and incidental equipment costing $70,000,000. Said he: "Six years will be required for the work. Apparatus of the size and power we shall use can only be bought in the United States."


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