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World's Fair
Corporation: Annual
Meeting of Members
and Directors
1964
NE:W YORK WOR LO'S FAIR 1964·1965 CORPORATION
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ANNUAL MEETING OF
MEMBERS AND DIRECTORS
JANUARY 22, 1964- 11 A. M.
Thomas J. Deegan, Jr. , Presiding
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
Submission of minutes of Joint Annual Meeting of Members
and Directors of January 24, 1963
Submission of minutes of Board of Directors meetings of
April 22 and September 26, 1963
Submission of minutes of Executive Committee meetings
of August 15, September 26, October 15, November 15
and December 3, 1963
Approval, as recommended by the Executive Committee, of
the filing of an amendment to the certificate of incorporatio-:1
increasing the number of directors from 250 to 300, and a
similar amendment to the By -laws
It is proposed to amend Paragraph FIF'TH of the certificate to
provide as follows:
"FIFTH: The number of its di.rectors
is to be not less than five nor more
than three hundred. "
Mr. Screvane
Mr. Preusse
Mr. Preusse
Mr. Preusse
Mr. Preusse .
It is proposed to amend ARTICLE SEVEN, Section 1 of the By-laws
to provide as follows:
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Section 1. General Provisions. The business of
the Corporation shall be managed by a Board of
Directors, consisting of not less than five nor
more than three hundred Members. xxx"
54mission of Annual Report of Directors
a/Election of Directors for ensuing year
(see lists A and B attached)
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Election of Members (see list C attached)
/a. Election of Chairman of Executive Committee
and Officers
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1. Advance Ticket Sales
Closing date for discounts
February 29, 1964
Industrial Area
Transportation Area
International Area
Operations and Concessions
including Lake Amusement Area
U. S. Pavilion and State ·Area
Fair Corporation pre-Fair construction program
Department of Parks pre-Fair construction program
World's Fair Program
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Report - World's Fair Housing Bureau
New York City Exhibit
William A. Shea Stadium
World's Fair Marina and
Flushing Bay Development
Arterial Program
Public Relations Program
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Mr. Sparqo
Mr. Gimbel
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Mr. Gimbei
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Mr. DeeqJ
Mr. Stone
, Mr. Tozzoli
Mr. Beach
Mr. Constable
Gen. Potter
Gen. Potter
Mr. Andrews
Mr. Young
Ex. Vice President
Mr. Ryan
Commissioner
Morris
Mr. Gz:oenendyke
Mr. Hodgkiss
Mr. Berns
Alan G. Kirk Director and Member
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Irving S. Olds Member
Joseph L. Auer Member
Next meeting of Board of Directors - June 23, HJ64
12. Closing statement, including Preliminary Report
on the Post Fair Park Plan
13. Film short on
Fountain Show - Pool of Industry
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Mr. Gimbel
Mr. Deegan
Mr. Moses
Mr. Morgan
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NEWS:
ROBERT MOSES
PRESIDENT
January 21, 1964
REFER INQUIRIES TO:
Peter McDonnell
Jerome Edelberg
Joyce Martin
WF 4-6531
WF 4-6541
WF 4-6543
FOR RELEASE: AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 2 2 , 19 64
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR, Jan. 22 --- Construction is on
schedule, finances are sound, and. the greatest World's Fair in
history will open on April 22 next, the members and directors of
the New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corporation were informed at
a meeting held this morning (Wednesday, January 22) at the Top of
the Fair in the Port of New York Authority's Heliport building.
Fair officers, headed by Robert Moses, president, and Thomas
J. Deegan, Jr., chairman of the executive committee who presided at
the meeting, presented the latest progress reports.
Mr. Moses also reported on the post-Fair plans for Flushing
Meadow Park. Mr. Deegan, whose firm (Thomas J. Deegan Company, Inc.)
is in charge of advance admission ticket sales, reaffirmed his
prediction that the Fair will reach its goal of 10,000,000 tickets.
George E. Spargo, chairman of the Fair's finance committee,
presented an extremely favorable picture of finances in his report.
Mr. Spargo said that although budget estimates drawn up three years
ago indicated that the Fair would require pre-opening financing in
the amount of $40,000,000, it became apparent last September that
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such an amount would not be required. Accordingly, short-term
borrowing from banks in the amount of six million dollars was
recommended by the finance committee and approved by the executive
committee. A substantial saving in interest has resulted and,
to date, only half of the authorized amount has been borrowed.
"As we approach the Opening Day of the first operating
season of the Fair," said Mr. Spargo, "great interest generated
in the project, both here and abroad, added to the interest shown
in the advance sale of tickets, confirms our original estimated
attendance figures. Construction and operating costs have followed
remarkably close to the original estimates. There will be some
slight increase in the actual cost of construction. This has been
more than compensated for by a decrease in the interest costs and
operating costs.
" ... you will see that it is our considered opinion that by
the end of the Fair, the City of New York will have been repaid the
$24,000,000 it spent on permanent park improvements in the Fair site
and that a substantial balance will be available for park improve-
ments.
"These park improvements are described in detail in a report
released by the Fair this week entitled 'Flushing Meadow and Beyond. '
This provides a master plan not only for the completion of construc-
tion of Flushing Meadow Park, so badly needed in this solidly
built-up Borough of Queens, but also of a Corridor Park extending
from Flushing Meadow Park to and through Kissena Park, Cunningham
Park, Alley Park and Douglaston Park Golf Course. With the approval
of the City of New York, the Fair Corporation could and should carry
out this proposed post-World's Fair program and leave to the City
not only the great benefits derived during the two years of operation
but a permanent park improvement as a lasting memory of a very
successful exposition."
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Other officer and heads of departments who delivered progress
reports included ~ ~ n e r a l William E. Potter, executive vice president
on the Federal and States Area, Allen Beach on the International
Area, Martin Stone on the Industrial Area, Stuart Constable, vice
president-operations, on the Lake Amusement Area, Guy Tozzoli on
the Transportation Area, J. P. Groenendyke on the World's Fair
Marina and Flushing Bay development, and William Berns, vice president,
on the Fair's public relations program.
Also presented were reports by Parks Commissioner Newbold
Morris on the New York City exhibit and William A. Shea Stadium,
Arthur S. Hodgkiss, assistant executive director of the Triborough
Bridge and Tunnel Authority, on the arterial highway system, Edgar
B. Young, executive vice president of Lincoln Center for the Per-
forming Arts, on Lincoln Center's World's Fair Program, and Royal
W. Ryan, executive vice president of the New York Convention and
Visitors Bureau, on the World's Fair Housing Bureau.
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LIST "A"
PERSONS NOMINATED BY ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
FOR REELECTION AS DIRECTORS OF
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
AT ANNUAL MEMBERS' MEETING
OF JANUARY 22, 1964
HONORARY CHAIRMEN
Herbert Hoover Harry S. Truman Dwight D. Eisenhower
DIRECTORS
Hon. Joseph P. Addabbo
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Commissioner Lloyd K. Allen
Department of Economic Development
State House
Augusta, Maine
Mrs. Dexter Otis Arnold
President
General Federation of Women's Clubs
1734 N Street, N. W.
Washington 6, D. C.
Herbert L. Barnet
President
Pepsi-Cola Company
500 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Vincent G. Barnett
Chairman of the Board
Barber Steamship Lines
17 Battery Place
New York 4, New York
Rear Admiral John J. Bergen (Ret.)
Honorary Chairman of Board
Madison Square Garden Corp.
410 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
James B. Black
Chairman
Pacific Gas & Electric Company
245 Market Street
San Francisco, California
William Black
Chairman of Board and Chief
Executive Officer
Chock Full O'Nuts
42 5 Lexington A venue
New York 17, New York
Robert E. Blum
Vice President
Abraham & Straus
422 Fulton Street
Brooklyn 1, New York
Benjamin Botwinick
President
Taxicab Bureau, Inc.
Sperry Rand Building
1290 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York
Frederic H. Brandi
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Dillon Read & Company, Inc.
46 William Street
New York 5, New York
Peter J. Brennan
President
Building & Construction Trades Council
441 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, New York
Hon. Louis Broido
Commissioner
New York City Dept. of Commerce &
Industrial Development
415 Madison A venue
New York, New York
Edgar M. Bronfman
President
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc.
375 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Dr. Detlev W. Bronk
President
The Rockefeller Institute
York Avenue and 67th Street
New York 21, New York
R. Frank Brooks
Brooks, Harvey & Co.
41 East 42nd Street
New York, New York
Charles P. Buckley, Jr.
23 S. Main Street
Freeport, New York
Hon. Ralph J. Bunche
Under Secretary
The United Nations
New York 17, New York
William H. Burkhart
Chairman of the Board
Lever Brothers Company
390 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Selig S. Burrows
President
New York Globe Laundry, Inc.
514 West 49th Street
New York 19, New York
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David R. Calhoun, Jr.
President
St. Louis Union Trust Company
St. Louis, Missouri
Hon. Mario J. Cariello
President of the Borough of Queens
120-55 Queens Boulevard
Kew Gardens 24, New York
Hon. Joseph F. Carlino
52 East Park Avenue
Long Beach, New York
Amon G. Carter, Jr.
President
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Fort Worth, Texas
Hon. Elmer A. Carter
409 Edgecombe Avenue, Apt. 11B
New York 32, New York
Hon. Edward F. Cavanagh, Jr.
Deputy Mayor
City Hall
New York 7, New York
Hon. Emanuel Celler
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Norman Chandler
President
Los Angeles Times
202 West First Street
Los Angeles 53, California
Howard L. Clark
President
American Express Company
65 Broadway
New York 6, New York
General Lucius D. Clay (Ret. }
Senior Partner
Lehman Brothers
#1 William Street
New York, New York
L. Gary Clemente
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Clark M. Clifford
1523 L Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
Fairfax M. Cone
Chairman, Executive Committee
Foote, Cone & Belding
Chicago, Illinois
John F. Connelly
Chairman of the Board and President
Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc.
9300 Ashton Road
Philadelphia 36, Pennsylvania
Edward Corsi
60 East 96th Street
New York 28, New York
Hon. Myron M. Cowen
Surrey Karasik Gould and Greene
1116 Woodward Building
Washington 5, D. C.
Gardner Cowles
Chairman and President
Cowles Magazines, Inc.
488 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
LouR. Crandall
Chairman of the Board
George A. Fuller Company
597 Madison Avenue
New York 21, New York
Colonel Henry Crown
300 West Washington Street
Chicago, Illinois
Howard S. Cullman
Cullman Brothers, Inc.
161 Front Street
New York 38, New York
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Miss Jean Dalrymple
New York City Center
130 West 56th Street
New York 19, New York
Lloyd H. Dalzell
Chairman of the Board
Dalzell Towing Company, Inc.
17 Battery Place
New York 4, New York
Donald C. Dayton
President
Dayton's
Minneapolis 2, Minnesota
Thomas J. Deegan, Jr.
Chairman
Thomas J. Deegan Company, Inc.
Time & Life Building
Rockefeller Center
New York 20, New York
Raymond C. Deering
320 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Hon. James J. Delaney
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Vincent deRoulet
President
Towne Oller Associates, Inc.
635 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
Hon. Thomas E. Dewey
Dewey Ballantine Bushby Palmer & Wood
40 Wall Street
New York 5, New York
Rene d 'Harnoncourt
Director
Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street
New York 19, New York
Lowell S. Dillingham
President
Oahu Railway & Land Company
Honolulu, Hawaii
Morton Downey
640 Park Avenue
New York 21, New York
Harold J. Drescher
29 Broadway
New York 4, New York
Joseph C. Duke
Sergeant at Arms
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.
Rafael Durand
Administrator
Economic Development Administration
Box 2672
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Ferdinand Eberstadt
F. Eberstadt & Company
65 Broadway
New York 6, New York
Charles E. Eble
President
Consolidated Edison Company of
New York, Inc.
4 Irving Place
New York 3, New York
Frederic W. Ecker
Chairman of the Board
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
1 Madison Avenue
New York 10, New York
Sidney A. Edwards
41 Coe A venue
Portland, Connecticut
Dr. Elmer W. Engstrom
President
Radio Corporation of America
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, New York
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G. S. Eyssell, President
Rockefeller Center, Inc.
50 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, New York
James A. Farley
Chairman of the Board
The Coca-Cola Export Corp.
515 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
Mrs. Joseph R. Farrington
3180 Pacific Heights Road
Honolulu, Hawaii
Horace C. Flanigan
Chairman of the Board
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co.
44 Wall Street
New York 4, New York
F. M. Flynn
President and Publisher
The Daily News
220 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Miss Arlene Francis
Ritz Tower
465 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
General John M. Franklin
Chairman of the Board
United States Lines
1 Broadway
New York 4, New York
Patrick J. Frawley, Jr.
Chairman
Eversharp, Inc.
5933 W. Slauson Avenue
Culver City, California
Richard W. Freeman
President
The Louisiana Coca-Cola Bottling
Company, Ltd.
1050 S. Jefferson Davis Parkway
New Orleans, Louisiana
William D. Fugazy
President
Fugazy Travel Bureau, Inc.
488 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
Robert D. L. Gardiner
230 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
Ira H. Genet
24-16 Bridge Plaza
Long Island City 1, New York
Paolino Ger li
Chairman of the Board
Gerli & Company, Inc.
2 Park Avenue
New York 16, New York
Bernard F. Gimbel
Chairman of the Board
Gimbel Brothers, Inc.
33rd Street and Broadway
New York 1, New York
Fred M. Glass
President
National Car Rental System, Inc.
630 Third A venue
New York 17, New York
Thomas F. Gleed
Chairman, Finance Committee
Simpson Timber Company
2000 Washington Building
Fourth & Union Streets
Seattle 1, Washington
Leonard H. Goldenson
President
American Broadcasting - Paramount
Theatres, Inc.
7 West 66th Street
New York 23, New York
Thomas M. Goodfellow
President
Long Island Rail Road Company
Jamaica Station
Jamaica 35, Long Island, New York
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Alan J. Gould
3 Putnam Hill - Apt. 3H
Greenwich, Connecticut
Harry E. Gould
Chairman of the Board
Universal American Corporation
200 Park A venue
New York, New York
Harold E. Gray
Executive Vice President
Pan American World Airways
John F. Kennedy International Airport
Jamaica 30, New York
Peter Grimm
Chairman of the Board
William A. White & Son
51 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Mrs. Denny Griswold
Editor and Publisher
Public Relations News
127 East 80th Street
New York, New York
Ralph C. Gross
Executive Vice President
Commerce & Industry Association
of New York
99 Church Street
New York 7, New York
Hen. Seymour Halpern
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
John W. Hanes
460 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Hon. W. Averell Harriman
Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
Department of State
Washington 25, D. C.
Wallace K. Harrison
Harrison & Abramovitz
630 Fifth A venue
New York 20, New York
Houston Harte
Harte Hanks & Company
P. 0. Box 5111
San Angelo, Texas
Huntington Hartford
420 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, New York
Mrs. Enid A. Haupt
Editor and Publisher
Seventeen Magazine
320 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
William R. Hearst, Jr.
Chairman of the Board
Hearst Corporation
959 Eighth Avenue
New York 19, New York
Dr. James M. Hester
President
New York University
40 Washington Square South
New York 3, New York
Mrs. Anna Rosenberg Hoffman
Anna M. Rosenberg Associates
444 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
Hon. Lester Holtzman
64-49 Elwell Crescent
Rego Park 74, New York
Stanley C. Hope
Executive Director
New York State Fair Commission
1270 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York
Roy W. Howard
Chairman, Executive Committee
Scripps-Howard Newspapers
230 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
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Palmer Hoyt
Editor and Publisher
The Denver Post
Denver, Colorado
William P. Hunt
Chairman of the Board
Security-Columbian Banknote Co.
345 Hudson Street
New York 14, New York
George Hyam
President
George Hyam Associates
230 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
Hon. Jacob K. Javits
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.
Richard L. Jones, Jr.
President
Tulsa Tribune
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Devereux C. Josephs
Director
New York Life Insurance Company
51 Madison Avenue
New York 10, New York
Hon. Kenneth B. Keating
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.
Hon. Edna F. Kelly (Mrs.)
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
James M. Kemper, Jr.
President
Commerce Trust Company
Kansas City 41, Missouri
Hon. Eugene J. Keogh
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Joseph H. King
Eastman Dillon, Union Securities & Co.
#1 Chase Manhattan Plaza
New York 5, New York
Dr. Grayson Kirk
President
Columbia University
New York 27, New York
Johns. Knight
President and Publisher
The Miami Herald
Miami 30, Florida
Walter E. Kolb
President
Bank of Commerce
56 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
I. Robert Kriendler
Jack & Charlie's
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21 West 52nd Street
New York 19, New York
Miss Eleanor Lambert
32 East 57th Street
New York 22, New York
Mrs. Albert D. Lasker
President
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation
405 Lexington A venue
New York 17, New York
Robert Lehman
Senior Partner
Lehman Brothers
1 William Street
New York 4, New York
Douglas Leigh
President
Douglas Leigh, Inc.
530 Fifth Avenue
New York 36, New York
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Hon. Arthur Levitt
State Comptroller
Albany 1, New York
David M. Levitt
President
DCA Food Industries, Inc.
45 West 36th Street
New York 18, New York
Mr. Kuo Ching Li, Jr.
Chairman
Wah Chang Corporation
100 Church Street
New York 7, New York
Mrs. Dorothy Liebes
Dorothy Liebes Textiles, Inc.
767 Lexington Avenue
New York 21, New York
Mrs. Oswald Bates Lord
770 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
George H. Love
Chairman of the Board
Consolidation Coal Company
Koppers Building
Pittsburgh 19, Pennsylvania
Henry R. Luce
Editor in Chief
Time, Incorporated
Time & Life Building
Rockefeller Center
New York 20, New York
Nils A. Lundberg
Brooks-Harvey & Company
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Stanley Marcus
Neiman- Marcus
Dallas 1, Texas
Rev. Dr. Julius Mark
Temple Emanu-El
1 East 65th Street
New York 21, New York
Joseph A. Martino
President
National Lead Company
111 Broadway
New York 5, New York
Charles B. McCabe
Publisher
New York Daily Mirror
235 East 45th Street
New York 17, New York
Very Rev. Laurence J. McGinley, S. J.
Faculty House
Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola
53 East 83rd Street
New York 28, New York
Hon. George V. McLaughlin
c/o Manning, Hollinger & Shea
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Lewis A. McMurran, Jr.
Chairman
Jamestown Foundation
Commonwealth of Virginia
Newport News, Virginia
Michael J. Merkin
575 Park Avenue
New York, New York
Mrs. William Blair Meyer
720 Park A venue
New York 21, New York
Thomas Jefferson Miley
99 Church Street
New York 7, New York
Paul Miller
President
The Gannett Newspapers
Rochester 14, New York
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Hon. MacNeil Mitchell
36 West 44th Street
New York 36, New York
Joseph Monserrat
Director of the Commonwealth of
Puerto Rico
Dept. of Labor, Migration Division
322 West 45th Street
New York 36, New York
GeorgeS. Moore
President
First National City Bank
399 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Roy W. Moore, Jr.
President
Canada Dry Corporation
100 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
William H. Moore
Chairman of the Board
Bankers Trust Company
16 Wall Street
New York 5, New York
Eugene Mori
Box 311
Camden, New Jersey
William H. Morton
President
William H. Morton & Co. , Inc.
20 Exchange Place
New York 5, New York
Hon. Robert Moses
1 Gracie Square
New York 28, New York
Arthur H. Motley
President
Parade Publications, Inc.
733 Third Avenue
New York, New York
George Murphy
President
George Murphy & Associates
9229 Sunset Boulevard - Suite 101
Los Angeles 69, California
Julian S. Myrick
850 Park Avenue
New York 21, New York
Norman N. Newhouse
Editor
Long Island Press
92-20 168th Street
Jamaica 33, New York
Dr. Carroll V. Newsom
Vice Chairman of Board
Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
William I. Nichols
Editor & Publisher
This Week Magazine
485 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, New York
C. Elmer Nolte, Jr.
Chairman, Governor's Advisory
Committee
5436 Harford Road
Baltimore 14, Maryland
Floyd B. Odlum
Cochran-Odlum Ranch
Indio, California
WilliamS. Paley
Chairman of the Board
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc.
485 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
H. Bruce Palmer
President
National Industrial Conference Board, Inc.
845 Third Avenue
New York 22, New York
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J. Anthony Panuch
715 Park Avenue
New York 21, New York
Iva S. V. Patcevitch
President and Chairman of Board
Conde Nast Publications Inc.
420 Lexington A. venue
New York 17, New York
Hon. Richard C. Patterson, Jr.
Commissioner
New York City Department of Public Events
625 Madison Avenue
New York 21, New York
Alfred E. Perlman
President
New York Central System
230 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
Clifton W. Phalen
President
New York Telephone Company
140 West Street
New York 7, New York
Hon. Samuel R. Pierce, Jr.
Battle Fowler Stokes & Kheel
280 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
Hon. Charles Poletti
Vice President
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corp.
Flushing 52, New York
Fortune R. Pope
136 West 52nd Street
New York 19, New York
Jacob S. Potofsky
President
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
15 Union Square
New York 3, New York
General William E. Potter
Executive Vice President
New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corp.
Flushing 52, New York
Charles F. Preusse, Esq.
Whitman Ransom & Coulson
522 Fifth Avenue - 14th Floor
New York 36, New York
Eugene C. Pulliam
Publisher
The Indianapolis Star and
The Indianapolis News
Indianapolis, Indiana
Roland L. Redmond
2 Wall Street
New York 5, New York
William S. Renchard
President
Chemical Bank New York Trust Co.
165 Broadway
New York 6, New York
RichardS. Reynolds, Jr.
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Reynolds Metals Company
Reynolds Metals Building
Richmond, Virginia
Frederick W. Richmond
President
F. W. Richmond & Company, Inc.
743 Fifth Avenue
New York 22, New York
Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker
Chairman of the Board
Eastern Airlines, Inc.
10 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, New York
Harold Riegelman
420 Lexington A venue
New York 17, New York
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Mrs. Ralph K. Robertson
4 East 66th Street
New York, New York
William E. Robinson
Quaker Lane
Greenwich, Connecticut
David Rockefeller
President
The Chase Manhattan Bank
#1 Chase Manhattan Plaza
New York 5, New York
John D. Rockefeller III
Chairman of the Board
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, New York
Hon. John J. Rooney
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
John A. Roosevelt
Bache & Company
36 Wall Street
New York 5, New York
James J. Rorimer
Director
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street
New York 28, New York
Alex Rose, President
United Hatters, Cap & Millinery
Workers International Union
245 Fifth A venue
New York 16, New York
Hon. Samuel I. Rosenman
Rosenman Colin Kaye Petschek & Freund
575 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
Hon. Benjamin S. Rosenthal
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Stanley M. Rumbough, Jr.
445 Park A venue
New York, New York
Robert W. Sarnoff
Chairman of the Board
National Broadcasting Company
RCA Building, Radio City
New York 20, New York
Hon. Paul R. S crevane
President, City Council
City Hall
New York 7, New York
Hon. JosephT. Sharkey
The City Council
City Hall
New York 7, New York
Dale E. Sharp
Vice Chairman
Morgan Guaranty Trust Company
140 Broadway
New York 5, New York
William A. Shea
Manning, Hollinger & Shea
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Jarvis J. Slade
New York Securities Company
52 Wall Street
New York 5, New York
C. R. Smith
President
American Airlines, Inc.
100 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
Hulett C. Smith
Director
Department of Commerce
State of West Virginia
State Capitol
Charleston 5, West Virginia
-11-
John I. Snyder, Jr.
Chairman of the Board and President
U. S. Industries, Inc.
250 Park Avenue
New York 17, New York
Dr. Ralph W. Seckman
830 Park Avenue
New York, New York
Joseph P. Spang, Jr.
The Gillette Company
Gillette Park
Boston 6, Massachusetts
George E. Spargo
79 Madison Avenue - Room 1600
New York, New York 10016
Jack I. Straus
Chairman of the Board
R. H. Macy & Company
151 West 34th Street
New York, New York
Ralph I. Straus
331 Madison Avenue
New York 17, New York
Major General Lief J. Sverdrup
President
Sverdrup & Parcel Engineering Co.
915 Olive Street
St. Louis 1, Missouri
Benjamin H. Swig
Chairman of the Board
Fairmont Hotel
San Francis co, California
George C. Textor
President
The Marine Midland Trust Co.
120 Broadway
New York 15, New York
David Tishman
Vice Chairman of Board
Tishman Realty & Construction Co. , Inc.
666 Fifth Avenue
New York 19, New York
Austin J. Tobin
Executive Director
The Port of New York Authority
111 Eighth Avenue
New York 11, New York
William J. Tracy
President
Tracy Towing Line, Inc.
1 Broadway
New York 4, New York
Hon. Anthony J. Travia
270 Broadway
New York 7, New York
Mrs. Marietta Tree {Mrs. Ronald)
123 East 79th Street
New York 21, New York
Juan T. Trippe
President
Pan American World Airways
Pan Am Building
New York, New York 10017
H. C. Turner, Jr.
President
Turner Construction Company
150 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Harry VanArsdale, Jr.
President
New York City Central Labor
Council AFL-CIO
130 East 25th Street
New York 10, New York
Thomas J. Watson, Jr.
Chairman
International Business Machines Corp.
590 Madison A venue
New York 22, New York
Sidney J. Weinberg
Goldman, Sachs & Company
20 Broad Street
New York 5, New York
-12-
Davjd A. Werblin
President
MCATV
598 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
Alexander M. White
Senior Partner
White, Weld & Company
20 Broad Street
New York 5, New York
Robert M. White II
The Ledger
Mexico, Missouri
Hon. John Hay Whitney
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief
New York Herald Tribune
230 West 41st Street
New York 36, New York
Mrs. Wendell Willkie
20 East 76th Street
New York 21, New York
Hon. Joseph Zaretzki
160 Cabrini Boulevard
New York 33, New York
William Zeckendorf
President
Webb & Knapp, Inc.
383 Madison Avenue
New York 17, New York
Ezra K. Zilkha
President
Zilkha & Sons, Inc.
120 Broadway
New York 5, New York
LIST "B"
PERSONS NOWNATED BY ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
FOR ELECTION AS DIRECTORS OF
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
AT ANNUAL MEMBERS' MEETING
ON JANUARY 22, 1964
Samuel A. Berger, Esq.
Rein Mound & Cotton
56 Pine Street
New York, New York 10005
Eugene R. Black
Chase Manhattan Bank
One Chase Manhattan Plaza
New York 5, New York
Hon. James Bruce
230 Park Avenue - Suite 920
New York 17, New York
The Honorable
Felisa Rincon deGautier
City Manager of San Juan
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Jack Dempsey
Jack Dempsey Enterprises
211 East 53rd Street
New York 22, New York
Hon. Lewis W. Douglas
Southern Arizona Bank & Trust Building
Tucson, Arizona
John Elliott, Sr.
201 East 62nd Street
New York, New York
Jesse Freidin, Esq.
Poletti Freidin Prashker & Harnett
598 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
Edwin S. Friendly
Vice President
Westchester County Publishers, Inc.
595 Madison Avenue
New York 22, New York
Louis J. Galen, Chairman
Trans-World Financial Co.
9601 Wilshire Boulevard - Suite 340
Beverly Hills, California
Mrs. Katharine Meyer Graham
2920 R Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
John G. Hagan, President
Hagan Industries, Inc.
53-09 97th Place
Corona 68, New York
Dr. Gabriel Hauge, President
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co.
350 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Eldon E. Hazlet, President
Kaskaskia Valley Association
P. 0. Box 47
Carlyle, Illinois
Miss Dorothy I. Height
National President
National Council of Negro Women
464 West 152nd Street
New York, New York
John E. Heyke, Jr., President
Brooklyn Union Gas Company
195 Montague Street
Brooklyn 1, New York
James S. Hunt
President and Chairman
Coral Ridge Properties
716 North Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Jakob Isbrandtsen, President
Isbrandtsen Company, Inc.
26 Broadway
New York, New York
Henry L. Lambert, Chairman
Lambert Brothers Jewelers, Inc.
Lexington Avenue & 60th Street
New York, New York
Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman
820 Park Avenue
New York, New York
Roger Lewis, President
General Dynamics Corporation
1 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, New York
Ron. Paul Livoti
County Clerk
Queens County Clerk's Office
88-11 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica 35, New York
Lnis J. Marion
Executive Vice President
Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc.
980 Madison A venue
New York, New York
Milton A. Marks, President
American Society of Travel Agents, Inc.
400 Third National Building
Dayton 2, Ohio
-2-
Herbert A. May
1126 Three Gateway Center
Pittsburgh 22, Pennsylvania
Ron. John J. McCloy
Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy
One Chase Manhattan Plaza
New York 5, New York
Joseph I. McDonell
Vice President & General Manager
Chalfonte-Haddon Hall
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Very Rev. Vincent T. O'Keefe, S. J.
President
Fordham University
Bronx 58, New York
Mrs. Ernesta G. Procope
Albin H. Bowman Company
1424 Fulton Street
Brooklyn 16, New York
Jackie Robinson, Vice President
Chock Full O'Nuts
425 Lexington A venue
New York 17, New York
Ron. Charles H. Silver
Executive Assistant to Mayor
Municipal Building - Room 1656
New York 7, New York
Nathan Straus III
Chairman of Board
Straus-Duparquet, Inc.
33 East 17th Street
New York 3, New York
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
President and Publisher
The New York Times
229 West 43rd Street
New York 36, New York
S. Joseph Tankoos, Jr.
President
Yarmon Hotels, Inc.
Park Avenue at 59th Street
New York, New York
Landon K. Thorne, Sr.
14 Wall Street- Room 2420
New York, New York 10005
Charles C. Tillinghast, Jr.
President
Trans World Airlines
380 Madison Avenue
New York 17, New York
Gene Tunney, Chairman
The McCandless Corporation
52 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, New York
Hon. James L. Watson
New York State Senate
Albany 1, New York
Everett T. Winter
Executive Vice President
Mississippi Valley Association
1978 Railway Exchange
St. Louis 1, Missouri
Herbert Zelenko, Esq.
Zelenko & Elkind
405 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, New York
LIST "C"
PERSONS NOI'viTNATED BY ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
FOR ELECTION AS MEMBERS OF
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
AT THE JOINT ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS AND DIRECTORS
JANUARY 22, 1964
Samuel A. Berger, Esq.
Rein Mound & Cotton
56 Pine Street
New York, New York 10005
Eugene R. Black
Chase Manhattan Bank
One Chase Manhattan Plaza
New York 5, New York
Hon. James Bruce
230 Park Avenue - Suite 920
New York 17, New York
The Honorable
Felisa Rincon deGautier
City Manager of San Juan
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Jack Dempsey
Jack Dempsey Enterprises
211 East 53rd Street
New York 22, New York
Hon. Lewis W. Douglas
Southern Arizona Bank & Trust Building
Tucson, Arizona
John Elliott, Sr.
201 East 62nd Street
New York, New York
Jesse Freidin, Esq.
Poletti Freidin Prashker & Harnett
598 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
Edwin S. Friendly
Vice President
Westchester County Publishers, Inc.
595 Madison A venue
New York 22, New York
Louis J. Galen, Chairman
Trans-World Financial Co.
9601 Wilshire Boulevard - Suite 340
Beverly Hills, California
Mrs. Katharine Meyer Graham
2920 R Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
John G. Hagan, President
Hagan Industries, Inc.
53-09 97th Place
Corona 68, New York
Dr. Gabriel Hauge, President
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co.
350 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Eldon E. Hazlet, President
Kaskaskia Valley Association
P. 0. Box 47
Carlyle, Illinois
Miss Dorothy I. Height
National President
National Council of Negro Women
464 West 152nd Street
New York, New York
John E. Heyke, Jr., President
Brooklyn Union Gas Company
195 Montague Street
Brooklyn 1, New York
James S. Hunt
President and Chairman
Coral Ridge Properties
716 North Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Jakob Isbrandtsen, President
Isbrandtsen Company, Inc.
26 Broadway
New York, New York
Henry L. Lambert, Chairman
Lambert Brothers Jewelers, Inc.
Lexington A venue & 60th Street
New York, New York
Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman
820 Park Avenue
New York, New York
Roger Lewis, President
General Dynamics Corporation
1 Rockefeller Plaza
New York 20, New York
Hon. Paul Livoti
County Clerk
Queens County Clerk's Office
88-11 Sutphin Boulevard
Jamaica 35, New York
Milton A. Marks, President
American Society of Travel Agents, Inc.
400 Third National Building
Dayton 2, Ohio
Herbert A. May
1126 Three Gateway Center
Pittsburgh 22, Pennsylvania
-2-
Hon. John J. McCloy
Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy
One Chase Manhattan Plaza
New York 5, New York
Joseph I. McDonell
Vice President & General Manager
Chalfonte-Haddon Hall
Atlantic City, New Jersey
Very Rev. Vincent T. O'Keefe, S. J.
President
Fordham University
Bronx 58, New York
Mrs. Ernesta G. Pro cope
Albin H. Bowman C')mpany
1424 Fulton Street
Brooklyn 16, New York
Jackie Robinson, Vice President
Chock Full O'Nuts
425 Lexington A venue
New York 17, New York
Hon. Charles H. Silver
Executive Assistant to Mayor
Municipal Building- Room 1656
New York 7, New York
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger
President and Publisher
The New York Times
229 West 43rd Street
New York 36, New York
S. Joseph Tankoos, Jr.
President
Yarmon Hotels, Inc.
Park Avenue at 59th Street
New York, New York
Landon K. Thorne, Sr.
14 Wall Street - Room 2420
New York, New York 10005
Charles C. Tillinghast, Jr.
President
Trans World Airlines
380 Madison Avenue
New York 17, New York
Gene Tunney, Chairman
The McCandless Corporation
52 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, New York
Hon. James L. Watson
New York State Senate
Albany 1, New York
Everett T. Winter
Executive Vice President
Mississippi Valley Association
1978 Railway Exchange
St. Louis 1, Missouri
Herbert Zelenko, Esq.
Zelenko & Elkind
405 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, New York


OIR.BCTORS' ttEPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 46
OF THE MEMBERSHIP CORPORATIONS LA-w-
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FROM AUOUBT 18, 1959 !0 DIC!HBER 31, 1963
lteceipte:
Contributions
Bank loans
Proceeds of Notes
Ground rental,concession and parking income
Utilities income
Admissions - Advance ticket sales
Interest received
Miscellaneous income
Aug. 18, 1959
to
Dec. 31, 1962
$ 90,100.00
3,000,000.00 $
24,034,000.00
8, 754,147.40
101,954.14
130,728.39
312230.40
Calendar
Year
1963
3,000,000.00
3, 753,000.00
5,675,192.31
2,549' 528.48
4,494,803.54
80,191.88
106.018.92
STATEHEN'l' "A"
$
Total
Operation
To Date
90,100.00
6,000,000.00
27,787,000.00
14,429' 339.11
2, 549,528.48
4,596,757.68
210,920.27
137.249.32
Total receipts
Dlsbursementa:
$36,142,160.33 $19,658,735.13 §55,800,895.46
Capital expenditures:
Construction
Purniture,fixtures and office equipment
Automobiles
Other equipment
Equipment for service contracts
Total capital expenditures
General and administrative expenses:
Salaries
Personnel taxes and costs
Annuity contracts
Legal services
Audit services
Consultants' fees
Public relations services
Contract services
Advertising services
Engineering
Special representatives
Light, heat power
Reception,travel and subsistence expenses
Insurance expense
Stationery, office supplies, postage,etc.
Booklets and pamphlets
Traffic signs and barricades
Telephone and telegraph
Repair and maintenance expenses
Displays, models, etc.
Interest - bank loans
Interest expense - 61. Notes
Financing expenses
Other expenditures
Total general and administrative
$ 9,992,963.41 $13,198,426.64 $23,191.390.05
307,620.13 149,087.54 456,707.67
98,338.24 52,848.28 151,186.52
3,288.00 17,172.37 20,460.37
75,728.17 66
1
923.95 142
2
652.12
10.477,937.95 13,484,458.78 23,962,396.73
3,133,380.11 1,985,263.83 5,118,643.94
140,859.20 121,577.42 262,436.62
132,747.08 58,998.52 191,745.60
791,751.50 1,121,948.42
40,112.00 30,341.00 70,453.00
354,606.43 131,256.85 485,863.28
947,710.24 847,178.02 1,794,888.26
1,866,742.59 2,555, 708.58 4,422, 451.17
194,729.69 308,535.42 503,265.11
469,557.55 334,908.91 804,466.46
280,817.98 70,405.41 351,223.39
53,591.90 53,335.06 106,926.96
1,052,066.65 403,289.26 1,455,355.91
376,564.83 321,092.69 697,657.52
291,438.52 327,636.88 619,075.40
469,717.48 393,032.56 862,750.04
72,870.00 30,755.28 103,625.28
189,568.73 116,486.04 306,054.77
148,661.83· 63,611.56 212,273.39
235,072.58 127,435.51 362,508.09
155,848.59 155,848.59
956,500.00 1,419,400.00 2,375,900.00
138,590.72 10,432.08 149,022.80
97.097.66 62,799.63 159
1
897.29
expenses 12,590,603.86 10,103,677.43 22,694,281.29
Payment of bank loans 3,ooo,ooo.oo 3,000,000.00
Accounts receivable - suspense - 53 481.46 53 481.46
Total disbursements 526,068,541.81 $23,641:617.67 $49,710:159.48
Caeh, investments and deposit balance $10,073,618.52 ($3,982,882.54)$ 6,090,735.98
THIS STATEM!NT PREPARED PRIOR TO AUDIT
All of the capital assets are located on the World's Pair grounds in Queens
County with the exception of furniture, fixtures and office equipment with World's
Fair Agents at the following locations in New York City:
Industrial Department
Houeing Bureau
Preas Relations
Port of New Yotk Authattty
$ 9,041.85
14,387.04
2,379.98
45,199.81
DIRECTORS
1
REPORT PURSUANT TO SECTION 46
Of !HB MEMBERSHIP CORPORATIONS LAW
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
STATEMENT OF CASH, lNVES'lMENT AND DEPOSIT BALANCE
AT DECEMBER 31, 1963
Cash on deposit with various banks in New York
and Queens Counties:
Lees: Unremitted current payroli taxes withheld
Lessees' Security Deposits
Employees' Savings Account for the purchase
of U. S. Savings Bonds
Balance of Advance to N.Y.W.F. for
construction of the Information Display
System
Fair Corporation cash in banks
Petty cash and Imprest Funds:
N.Y.W.F. Headquarters Office
N.Y.C. Ticket Sales Promotion Office
Port of New York Authority, New Y o ~ k City
New York Convention and Visitors Bureau,
New York City
William J. Donoghue Corporation, New York City
Total Petty Cash and Imprest Funds
Deposits for the Fair's computed share of
construction and supervision costs of the
improvement to Flushing Meadow Park and
Flushing Bay:
The Comptroller of the City of New York
The Comptroller of the State of New York
Government of the United States
Total deposits for construction
and supervision
Deposits for employment contracts with the Chase
Manhattan Bank, New York City
Security deposits with airlines
Lease security with N.Y.C. Transit Authority
Advance for expenses
Cash, investment and deposit balance
$ 33,012.15
46,293.00
627.50
137,673.54
1,200.0Q
50.00
70,000.00
30,000.00
15
2
000.00
1,632,224.41
81,286.00
93
2
000.00
THIS STATEMENT PREPARED PRIOR TO AUDIT
STATEMENT "B"
$ 3,411' 982.34
217.606.19
3,194,376.15
116,250.00
1,806,510.41
963,724.42
1, 275 .oo
4,500.00
4,100.00
$ 6,090,735.98
STA1E OF NEW YORK )
) : ss:
COUNTY OF QUEENS )
ROBERT MOSES and ERWIN WITT, being severally
duly sworn, each deposes and says: that ROBERT MOSES is
the President of the NEW YORK WORLDTS FAIR 1964-1965
CORPORATION, and that ERWIN WITT is the Comptroller
thereof; that they have each read the foregoing di-
rectors' report and are acquainted with the facts
contained therein; and that the same are true to the
knowledge of the deponents.
~
- ~ ~ ~
Sworn to before me this
/P d day of January, 1964.
JOHN J. BRENNAN
.lotlly Public, State of Hew Y ~
No. 03-0405850
~ Qualified In Bronx County
· Certificate filed In Queens Coooty
Calnnllsslon Expires March 30. 1965
PERSONS ADMITTED TO MEMBERSHIP
IN THE
NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR 1964-1965 CORPORATION
DURING THE YEAR IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING
THE DATE OF THIS REPORT
Hon. Joseph P. A.ddabbo
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Commissioner Lloyd K. Allen
Department of Economic Development
State House
Augusta, Maine
Mrs. Dexter Otis Arnold
President
General Federation of Women's Clubs
1734 N Street, N. W.
Washington 6, D. C.
Hon. Louis Broido
Commissioner
New York City Dept. of Commerce &
Industrial Development
415 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
R. Frank Brooks
Brooks, Harvey & Co.
41 East 42nd Street
New York, New York
Charles P. Buckley, Jr.
23 S. Main Street
Freeport, New York
Hon. Edward F. Cavanagh, Jr.
Deputy Mayor
City Hall
New York 7, New York
Clark M. Clifford
1523 L Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
Miss .Jean Dalrymple
New York City Center
130 West 56th Street
New York 19, New York
Vincent deRoulet
President
Towne Oller Associates, Inc.
635 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
Joseph C. Duke
Sergeant at Arms
United States Senate
Washington, D. C.
Rafael Durand
Administrator
Economic Development Administration
Box 2672
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Sidney A. Edwards
41 Coe Avenue
Portland, Connecticut
Dr. Elmer W. Engstrom
President
Radio Corporation of America
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, New York
Miss Arlene Francis
Ritz Tower
465 Park Avenue
New York 22, New York
Patrick J. Frawley, Jr.
Chairman
Eversharp, Inc.
5933 W. Slauson Avenue
Culver City, California
Leonard H. Goldenson
President
American Broadcasting - Paramount
Theatres, Inc.
7 West 66th Street
New York 23, New York
Alan J. Gould
3 Putnam Hill - Apt. 3H
Greenwich, Connecticut
Mrs. Denny Griswold
Editor & Publisher
Public Relations News
127 East 80th Street
New York, New York
Dr. James M. Hester
President
New York University
40 Washington Square South
New York 3, New York
William P. Hunt
Chairman of the Board
Security-Columbian Banknote Co.
345 Hudson Street
New York 14, New York
Archie 0. Joslin
M. Low,.:nstein & Sons, Inc.
1430 Broadway
New York, New York
Jacob Landau
President
Consolidated Laundries
122 East 42 Street
New York 1?, New York
-2-
Mrs. Dorothy Liebes
Dorothy Liebes Textiles, Inc.
767 Lexington Avenue
New York 21, New York
Hon. George V. McLaughlin
cjo Manning, Hollinger & Shea
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, New York
Lewis A. McMurran, Jr.
Chairman
Jamestown Foundation
Commonwealth of Virginia
Newport News, Virginia
Mrs. William Blair Meyer
720 Park Avenue
New York 21, New York
George Murphy
President
George Murphy & Associates
9229 Sunset Boulevard - Suite 101
Los Angeles 69, California
Julian S. Myrick
850 Park A venue
New York 21, New York
William I. Nichols
Editor & Publisher
This Week Magazine
485 Lexington Avenue
New York 17, New York
C. Elmer Nolte, Jr.
Chairman, Governor's Advisory
Committee
5436 Harford Road
Baltimore 14, Maryland
Mrs. Ralph K. Robertson
4 East 66th Street
New York, New York
Hon. Benjamin S. Rosenthal
House of Representatives
Washington, D. C.
Robert W. Sarnoff
Chairman of the Board
National Broadcasting Company
RCA Building, Radio City
New York 20, New York
Hon. Paul R. Screvane
President, City Council
City Hall
New York 7, New York
Jarvis J. Slade
New York Securities Company
52 Wall Street
New York 5, New York
Hulett C. Smith
Director
Department of Commerce
State of West Virginia
State Capitol
Charleston 5, West Virginia
Marshall G. Staub
President
Merritt-Chapman Scott Corporation
261 Madison Avenue
New York 16, New York
Ralph I. Straus
331 Madison A venue
New York 17, New York
Benjamin H. Swig
Chairman of the Board
Fairmont Hotel
San Francisco, California
David Tishman
Vice Chairman of Board
Tishman Realty & Construction Co. , Inc.
666 Fifth Avenue
New York 19, New York
-3-
David A. Werblin
President
MCATV
598 Madison Avenue
New York, New York
Ezra K. Zilkha
President
Zilkha & Sons, Inc.
120 Broadway
New York 5, New York