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1970 Federal Budget Transfers
(in billions of dollars)
State Taxes Money Net
collected spent
New York 22.91 21.35 -1.56
New Jersey 8.33 6.96 -1.37
Connecticut 4.12 3.10 -1.02
Maine 0.74 0.67 -0.07
California 22.29 22.42 +0.13
New Mexico 0.70 1.49 +0.79
Georgia 3.30 4.28 +0.98
Mississippi 1.15 2.32 +1.17
Texas 9.33 11.13 +1.80


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Overall title
Item-a 34.22 9.1
Item-b 12.65 .02
Items: c,d,e 23 5.8
Total 69.87 14.92


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Language Authors Runs on



Fortran Many Almost anything
PL/1 IBM 360/370
C BTL 11/45,H6000,370
BLISS Carnegie-Mellon PDP-10,11
IDS Honeywell H6000
Pascal Stanford 370


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AT&T Common Stock
Year Price Dividend
1971 41-54 $2.60
2 41-54 2.70
3 46-55 2.87
4 40-53 3.24
5 45-52 3.40
6 51-59 .95*

* (first quarter only)

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Major New York Bridges
Bridge Designer Length
Brooklyn J. A. Roebling 1595
Manhattan G. Lindenthal 1470
Williamsburg L. L. Buck 1600
Queensborough Palmer & 1182

Hornbostel


1380
Triborough O. H. Ammann ---


383
Bronx Whitestone O. H. Ammann 2300
Throgs Neck O. H. Ammann 1800
George Washington O. H. Ammann 3500


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january february march
april may ---
june july Months
august september ---
october november december


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Composition of Foods
Food Percent by Weight
--- --- ---
Protein Fat Carbo-
hydrate
Apples .4 .5 13.0
Halibut 18.4 5.2 ...
Lima beans 7.5 .8 22.0
Milk 3.3 4.0 5.0
Mushrooms 3.5 .4 6.0
Rye bread 9.0 .6 52.7


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New York Area Rocks
Era Formation Age (years)
Precambrian Reading Prong >1 billion
Paleozoic Manhattan Prong 400 million
Mesozoic Newark Basin, incl. Stockton, Lockatong, and Brunswick formations; also Watchungs and Palisades. 200 million
Cenozoic Coastal Plain On Long Island 30,000 years; Cretaceous sediments redeposited by recent glaciation.


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Readability of Text
Line Width and Leading for 10-Point Type
Line Set 1-Point 2-Point 4-Point
Width Solid Leading Leading Leading
9 Pica -9.3 -6.0 -5.3 -7.1
14 Pica -4.5 -0.6 -0.3 -1.7
19 Pica -5.0 -5.1 0.0 -2.0
31 Pica -3.7 -3.8 -2.4 -3.6
43 Pica -9.1 -9.0 -5.9 -8.8


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Some London Transport Statistics
(Year 1964)
Railway route miles 244
Tube 66
Sub-surface 22
Surface 156
Passenger traffic - railway
Journeys 674 million
Average length 4.55 miles
Passenger miles 3,066 million
Passenger traffic - road
Journeys 2,252 million
Average length 2.26 miles
Passenger miles 5,094 million
Vehicles 12,521
Railway motor cars 2,905
Railway trailer cars 1,269
Total railway 4,174
Omnibuses 8,347
Staff 73,739
Administrative, etc. 5,582
Civil engineering 5,134
Electrical eng. 1,714
Mech. eng. - railway 4,310
Mech. eng. - road 9,152
Railway operations 8,930
Road operations 35,946
Other 2,971


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New Jersey Representatives
(Democrats)
Name Office address Phone
James J. Florio 23 S. White Horse Pike, Somerdale 08083 609-627-8222
William J. Hughes 2920 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City 08401 609-345-4844
James J. Howard 801 Bangs Ave., Asbury Park 07712 201-774-1600
Frank Thompson, Jr. 10 Rutgers Pl., Trenton 08618 609-599-1619
Andrew Maguire 115 W. Passaic St., Rochelle Park 07662 201-843-0240
Robert A. Roe U.S.P.O., 194 Ward St., Paterson 07510 201-523-5152
Henry Helstoski 666 Paterson Ave., East Rutherford 07073 201-939-9090
Peter W. Rodino, Jr. Suite 1435A, 970 Broad St., Newark 07102 201-645-3213
Joseph G. Minish 308 Main St., Orange 07050 201-645-6363
Helen S. Meyner 32 Bridge St., Lambertville 08530 609-397-1830
Dominick V. Daniels 895 Bergen Ave., Jersey City 07306 201-659-7700
Edward J. Patten Natl. Bank Bldg., Perth Amboy 08861 201-826-4610
(Republicans)
Millicent Fenwick 41 N. Bridge St., Somerville 08876 201-722-8200
Edwin B. Forsythe 301 Mill St., Moorestown 08057 609-235-6622
Matthew J. Rinaldo 1961 Morris Ave., Union 07083 201-687-4235


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Bell Labs Locations
Name Address Area Code Phone
Holmdel Holmdel, N. J. 07733 201 949-3000
Murray Hill Murray Hill, N. J. 07974 201 582-6377
Whippany Whippany, N. J. 07981 201 386-3000
Indian Hill Naperville, Illinois 60540 312 690-2000


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Some Interesting Places
Name Description Practical Information
American Museum of Natural History The collections fill 11.5 acres (Michelin) or 25 acres (MTA) of exhibition halls on four floors. There is a full-sized replica of a blue whale and the world's largest star sapphire (stolen in 1964). Hours 10-5, ex. Sun 11-5, Wed. to 9
Location Central Park West & 79th St.
Admission Donation: $1.00 asked
Subway AA to 81st St.
Telephone 212-873-4225
Bronx Zoo About a mile long and .6 mile wide, this is the largest zoo in America. A lion eats 18 pounds of meat a day while a sea lion eats 15 pounds of fish. Hours 10-4:30 winter, to 5:00 summer
Location 185th St. & Southern Blvd, the Bronx.
Admission $1.00, but Tu,We,Th free
Subway 2, 5 to East Tremont Ave.
Telephone 212-933-1759
Brooklyn Museum Five floors of galleries contain American and ancient art. There are American period rooms and architectural ornaments saved from wreckers, such as a classical figure from Pennsylvania Station. Hours Wed-Sat, 10-5, Sun 12-5
Location Eastern Parkway & Washington Ave., Brooklyn.
Admission Free
Subway 2,3 to Eastern Parkway.
Telephone 718-638-5000
New-York Historical Society All the original paintings for Audubon's Birds of America are here, as are exhibits of American decorative arts, New York history, Hudson River school paintings, carriages, and glass paperweights. Hours Tues-Fri & Sun, 1-5; Sat 10-5
Location Central Park West & 77th St.
Admission Free
Subway AA to 81st St.
Telephone 212-873-3400


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