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World's Fair: Food Pavillion

World's Fair: Food Pavillion

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World Fair New York 1964
World's Fair: Food Pavillion
World Fair New York 1964
World's Fair: Food Pavillion

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Box#
30
Folder# 602Word's
Fair:
FoodPavillion
1963
 
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NEW
YORK
WORLD'S FAIR
1964-1965
CORPORATION
INTERNATIONAL E);(POSITION
AT
FLUSHING.
MEADOW
PARK
FLUSHING
52,
N.Y.
TELEPHONE· AREA
CODE
212-WF
4-1964
• CABLE ADDRESS
"WORLOSFAIR"
P>EAC" THROUGH
UNDERSTAIIIOINO
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NEWS:
REFER
INQUIRIES
TO:
Pete
McDonnell
WF
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Jerome
Edelberg -
WF
4-2541
Joyce Martin
WF
4-2543
FOR
REI.EASE:
FRIDAY,
fi8X
ll,
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ROBERT
MOSES
PRESIDENT
May
16,
1963
Ground
was
broken today (Friday)
for
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~the
New
York
1964-1965
vlorld
's
Fair.
This unusuai
...
re.stau~l
feature
hamburger
steaks
prepared in accordance with the customs
and
recipesof
the
nations
exhibiting
at
the
exposition.
____
------
Participating
in
the
ceremony
we~;;~;ph
R.
Holden
and~
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Ratner,
president
and
vice president
respectively
of Century
Grill,
stuart-Cons-table,
_Fair
vicepresident
in
charge
of
operations,
Erwin
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--------------~~----------
Witt,
Fair
comptroll.er,
and
Francis
D.
Miller,
director
of
the
Fair's
Transportation
Area.Century
Grill
will
occupy a
14,351
square foot
site in
theTransportation
Area
adjacent
to
the
Ford
exhibit,
The
restaurant,
seating
600
persons,
will
also
serve
hot
dogs, Swedish meatballs
and
charcoal
specialties.
Mr.
Constable presented Messrs. Holden
and
Ratner with
silver
medallions
of
the
New
York
World's
Fair.
# # #
FROM:
Wm.
J.
Donoghue
Corporation
10
N.Y.C.
 
FROM:
FOR:
.
The
J.
v.
Connolly
Company
521
Fifth
Avenue
New
York 17,
New
York
MU
7-5490.
W-0-F
111
The
World
of
Food,
Inc.
49
West
37
Street
FOR
RELEASE
:
Monday,
New
York 18,
New
York
WORLD
OF
FOOD
PAVILION
IS
FIRST
MULTI-EXHIBIT
BUILDING
AT
FAIR
TO HAVE
CONSTRUCTION
GUARANTEE
July
15, 1963
FOOD
AND
BEVERAGE
SHOWCASE
AT
NEW
YORK WORLD
1
S
FAIR
TO
OPEN
FOR
OPERATIONS
45
DAYS
BEFORE
APRIL
22,
1964
NEW
YORK:
--
The
World
of
Food
Pavilion
at
the
1964-65
New
York World
1
s
Fair
announced today
construction
and
financial
guaran
tees
that
assure
it
will
be completed
for
operations
L!-5
days
beforeApril
22nd opening day
of
The
Ji'air.This
is
the
first
multi-exhibit
industrial
pavilion
at
The
Fair
to
post
such
guarantees.
According
to
Mr,
Jim
Jones,
president
of
World
of
Food,
Inc.,
and
Mr.
Robert E. Walton,
president
of
Kaighin
&
Hughes,
Inc.,
general
contractors
headquartered
in
Toledo,Ohio,
who
will
build
the
113,000
sq.
ft.
pavilion,the
guarantee
is
"over $3,000,000."Kaighin
&
Hughes,
Inc.,presentlYnegotiating
to
construct
several other Fair
projects,
is
noted
for
its
"ahead
of
schedule"
construction
of
the
world-famous $140,000,000
Oak
Ridge, Tenn.,Atomic Energy
Plant.
Mr.
John
c.
Fiebig, of
Kaighin
&
Hughes,
Inc.,
vdll
be
construction
coordinator
for
The World
of
Food
Pavilion.
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