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Rockefeller Cited Need for Bond Issue by Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller The major issue on the ballot In this year's election on November 2 is the Transportation Bond Issue. This could be one of the most important decisions made by our voters in a long time. The outcome will determine whether we continue the progress made in trans- portation, in New York in recent years or whether we fall backwards. Major General To Speak At Dental Meeting Guilderland, N. Y.—Maj. Gen. Robert B. Shira of Washington, D. C, assistant surgeon general of the U. S. Army and chief of the Dental Corps, will open the fall and winter season of continuing education for more than 125 dentists from eastern and northern New York. The initial lecture by Dr. Shira will be given in the Colonie Room at Colonie Shopping Center, Albany, on Wed- nesday. His subject will be \oral surgery, bleeding, emergencies and oral cancer.\ On the following day the dentists will hear Dr. Surindar Bhaskar, also of Washington on \hew concepts of clinical nature in general practice.\ Dr. Robert F. Rudisill of Latham and Dr. Paul D. Englert of Catskill, co- chairmen of the 1971-72 post-graduate program, said this will be Dr. Uhira's second appearance before the Third and Fourth District dentists within a year. He has a long record of scientific memberships and affiliations with numerous organizations in his profession. He has served as director of dental activities in the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and as chief of the Department of Dentistry and chief of the oral surgery section in Walter Reed General Hospital as well as army dental surgeon in Europe. Continuing education is volutary with dentists but Dfs. Saul Goldgrab of Kingston and Robert' J. Dunning of Amsterdam, district presidents, pointed out that trends in dentistry are changing so rapidly that post-graduate at- tendances are increasing rapidly. NEWMAN IS FEATURED SALZBURG, Austria (AP)-New York actor Barry Newman will star in \The Salzburg Connection,\ now being filmed on location here. Newman is cast in the key role of an American in- vestigator by producer Ingo Perminger. Lee H.' Katzin is directing the 20th Century-Fox release from a screenplay by Oscar Millard. Earlier this year Newman starred as the dynamic car driver in \Vanishing Point.\ ' . But there's more at stake in the referendum. It's business expansion versus business retrenchment; jobs versus unemployment;, growth versus stagnation; progress versus decay. The Bond Issue will provide $2.5 billion for transportation, of which $1.15 billion is for highways and $1.35 billion for mass transportation. And $200 million of the mass transportation money is reserved for upstate needs. This Bond Issue will be invested evenly throughout the State. Every area will benefit fairly. Let's look at the economic impact first. The bond issue represents a powerful shot in the arm for our State —at a time when jobs and the economy are a top national concern. With Federal matching and other funds, the total investment will be $5 billion. That means hundreds of thousands of additional jobs. Approval of the Bond Issue'determines whether or not we can carry on without highway and mass transit improvements in this State. With it they go forward. Without it they grind to a \halt — finished or not. All the available funds will be spent or com- mitted by the end of the year. We've got an outstanding highway system in this State. According to one State survey, highways were an im- portant factor in deciding plant location for two-thirds of the industries surveyed. But our existing highways have to be modernized, widened, upgraded and made safe as possible to meet ever-growing traffic loads. We want to finish the highway projects that are already started and to start vital new roads where they're needed. In mass transportation, the Bond Issue will enable New York State to keep moving with the first State program in the Nation to rescue mass transportation. Everybody benefits from mass transportation —- not just commuters. Good mass-transportation takes the pressure off highways. It means less traffic congestion, and less air pollution. But defeat of the Bond Issue means we won't be able to- carry out the only program in 40 years to modernize mass transportation in this State. In 1967 the voters approved over- whelmingly the first bond issue for transportation. It permitted us to build or rebuild 2,000 miles of highways, to save failing bus lines, and to replace 57 percent of overage buses upstate. With the Bond issue we began the rehabilitation of commuter railways in the metropolitan area; and we began the first major improvements of the New York City subways in four decades. • All this progress was achieved in the face of serious ob- stacles—such as new, time-consuming Federal regulations; and the same rocketing national inflation which has driven up the prices of all goods, materials and services. The 1967 Bond Issue was solidly invested. The ac- complishments are there for all to see — in every corner of the State. Now we have to maintain the forward motion. We L need tne\ 1971' Trans- A Grocery Shopping List For You! STAMJS btina Ckocehta UVH PwnfK UWmt So4l Catnip . ' CacM C*ffa»-t*falar Cofft*-iiu)M* ' Cc«lt«J OH Comrt«r4 fnparata* Mill: ' Hmrlr* Stint* \flrjif-All rnpew Flwrr-C*** Mustafa' Fappar i SaUtf Brassing \MnwiMl n ShartanTaa: . _ Spicas Juatr—lr»wn ~ Wi^-CofMHtHf! 5a€aHr*a§ •'«•; .. Taa \KiMjir t PRODUCE A»Iis ~!*R«R*I* Ca«t«l«up« \Cr.pifrylt Ltmini . 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Spaghetti Saucti School Supplias MEATS lacon Paat ~ Chicktn Fill Frankfwrian «ratifTanaaf Ham lam*. llvar UmehrMat Pork Sausagt Turkay ' Vaal DAIRY PRODUCTS luttar Chats* Chats* Spnad Cream Eggs Margarina Jet Cream Milk DRUQ ITIM5 Dliiriftcttrih' . Lotfaas •MaatfacBa'-IUwiaaTaa Kaibr alaoec -Jhamptt. .Shaving Onm' Soap', Toftat Dental Aids Sanitary Napkin - Toilet Tiisu* Dooelwwtt HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES laby Supplloi lliach lluing lobby Pint Cleaniin9 .Tinwl Detergents . Foil Papar Fraaxar SvppUas Light lulbl Papar Towers Mastic Bags Papar lags Laundry 1 Soap Mops Palls Napkins Picnic Supptlos Ciaamar Starch Shoo Polish Toothpicks Water Softaoer War Wax Papar Window Claanar OTHERS - Iu A Service of Ogdensburg Journal portation Bond Issue to pump a powerful investment into New York's economy. We need it to get New York's fair share of Federal aid. We need it to keep our highway and mass trans- portation progress from grinding to a halt . -• New York has grown and prospered because we offered people a better way to transport themselves and their commerce. We're not going to he by-passed now on the road to progress. The way to make sure we stay up front is to get the Transportation Bond Issue approved on November 2. THE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20,1971 PAGE 9 Junior Miss Entrants Announced Fourteen young women from schools in Franklin and St. Lawrence Counties will compete for the Seaway Valley Junior Miss Title on Nov. 6, at 8 p.m. in Massena Central High School. The event is sponsored by the Massena Jaycees. The 14 entrants are: Canton Central School, Carol Auster; Chateaugay Central School, Linda LaBare; Heuvelton Central School, Diane Chambers; Holy Family High School, Massena, Barbara Romeo; i Lisbon Central School, Helen LaJoie; Madf icUWaddington Central School, Wendy Lee Pierce; Massena Central School, Nancy Pike; Morristown Central School, Mary Lou Rogers: Norwood-Norfolk Central. School, Lee Mittelstaedt; Ogdensburg Free Academy, Diane Smith; Potsdam Central School, Susan Phillips; St. Joseph's Academy, Malone, Erin McCarthy; St. Lawrence Central School, Christine Cardinal; St. Regis Falls Central School, Kathy Chesbrough; Salmon River Central School,, Mary Kazulak. A Junior Miss rehearsal will be held Saturday, Oct. 30, at Massena Central School. Local prizes will, be $750 In scholarships from the William G. Cornell Scholarship Fund. A TEA DRINKER DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) — Robert Rose claims some sort of- a record for tea- drinking—61 cups in an hour. 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